Shaun Hutson

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Shaun Hutson (born 1958) is a writer of novels including horror novels and dark urban thrillers. A native of Letchworth Garden City in Hertfordshire, England,[1] Hutson now lives and writes in Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire.

He is the author of Slugs, the basis for the film of the same title.[2]

He wrote a screenplay for The Figgis Brothers (Jason Figgis & Jonathan Figgis) for their company October Eleven Pictures' upcoming feature film 'Box'. Shooting was set to commence late Spring 2009.[3] The film apparently remains unproduced.

Bibliography[edit]

  • Slugs (1982)[4]
  • The Skull (1982)
  • Spawn (1983)
  • Erebus (1984)
  • The Terminator (novelization - 1984)
  • Shadows (1985)
  • Breeding Ground (1985)
  • Relics (1986)
  • Death Day (1987)
  • Victims (1987)
  • Assassin (1988)
  • Nemesis (1989)
  • Renegades (1991)
  • Captives (1991)
  • Heathen (1993)
  • Deadhead (1993)
  • White Ghost (1994)
  • Lucy's Child (1995)
  • Stolen Angels (1996)
  • Knife Edge (1997)
  • Purity (1998)
  • Warhol's Prophecy (1999)
  • Exit Wounds (2000)
  • Compulsion (2001)
  • Hybrid (2002)
  • Hell to Pay (2003)
  • Necessary Evil (2004)
  • Twisted Souls (2005)
  • The Bumper Book of Lies (2005)
  • Dying Words (2006)
  • Unmarked Graves (2007)
  • Body Count (2008)
  • Last Rites (2009)
  • Epitaph (2010)
  • Twins of Evil (novelization - 2011)
  • X the Unknown (novelization - 2012)
  • The Revenge of Frankenstein (novelization - 2013)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.shaunhutson.com/shit2000.htm Official Website - Questions
  2. ^ "Get Writing horror". BBC. 21 October 2004. Retrieved 3 December 2010. 
  3. ^ Retrieved from IFTN on 23-08-2008 http://www.iftn.ie/?act1=record&aid=73&rid=4280762&tpl=archnews&only=1
  4. ^ "Shaun Hutson". Retrieved 2010-12-01. 

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