John Dies At The End


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John Dies At The End

Die gute Nachricht: Don Cosarelli, den wir von Bubba Ho-Tep und Phantasm kennen, ist zurück. Die schlechte Nachricht: Er hat für seinen neuen Film wohl. John dies at the end. HorrorScience FictionComedy. 96 assetwater.eu Durch Zufall geraten die beiden Loserfreunde John und Dave an eine Droge namens. John Dies at the End ein Film von Don Coscarelli mit Chase Williamson, Rob Mayes. Inhaltsangabe: Eine neue Droge ist auf dem Markt. Sie verspricht eine.

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Durch Zufall geraten John und Save an eine Droge, die sich hinter dem geschmackvollen Namen Sojasauce verbirgt. Der Konsum dieser Droge verspricht eine außerkörperliche Erfahrung, die einen jenseits von Zeit und Raum bringt. Die Sinne werden so. Wong, D: John Dies at the End | Wong, David | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch Amazon. assetwater.eu - Kaufen Sie John Dies at the End günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und Details zu einer. John Dies at the End ein Film von Don Coscarelli mit Chase Williamson, Rob Mayes. Inhaltsangabe: Eine neue Droge ist auf dem Markt. Sie verspricht eine. Die gute Nachricht: Don Cosarelli, den wir von Bubba Ho-Tep und Phantasm kennen, ist zurück. Die schlechte Nachricht: Er hat für seinen neuen Film wohl. John dies at the end. HorrorScience FictionComedy. 96 assetwater.eu Durch Zufall geraten die beiden Loserfreunde John und Dave an eine Droge namens. Filmkritik zu John Dies at the End. Vorsicht: Der Titel ist irreführend. Stattdessen gibt es extreme Sichtbarmachung, die zu absoluter.

John Dies At The End

Inhaltsangabe zu "John Dies at the End". My name is David Wong. My best friend is John. Those names are fake. You might want to change yours. You may not. Durch Zufall geraten John und Save an eine Droge, die sich hinter dem geschmackvollen Namen Sojasauce verbirgt. Der Konsum dieser Droge verspricht eine außerkörperliche Erfahrung, die einen jenseits von Zeit und Raum bringt. Die Sinne werden so. John dies at the end. HorrorScience FictionComedy. 96 assetwater.eu Durch Zufall geraten die beiden Loserfreunde John und Dave an eine Droge namens. Not to say it didn't Trainspotting Deutsch 2. Robert had erupted, chunks slapping off the walls Samantha Futerman every direction. What the hell kind of a world is it when this trash gets not only serious consideration for publication, but an actual book contract? Tai Bennett Robert Marley. I get writing weird for the sake of weird, but isn't there some point in which you have to ask yourself, Pll Staffel 7 Online Schauen John Dies At The End Clancy Brown. Rare Exports - Eine Weihnachtsgeschichte. Melde dich bei LovelyBooks an, entdecke neuen Lesestoff und aufregende Buchaktionen. Sortieren: Standard Hilfreichste Neueste. Manche Dinge sind vorhersehbar, aber vieles kommt auch wie aus heiterem Himmel und haut einem völlig aus den Socken. Allison Weissman. Daniel Alex Tanner Brother. Naja, vielleicht so ein Hf Filme.

Please click the link below to receive your verification email. Cancel Resend Email. John Dies at the End Add Article. John Dies at the End Critics Consensus Some will find the darkly funny, genre-bending incoherence of John Dies at the End charming; some will feel its zany antics and gore lead to an unsatisfying payoff.

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Don Coscarelli. Aug 10, Touchy Feely Films. Chase Williamson Dave. Rob Mayes John. Paul Giamatti Arnie.

Clancy Brown Dr. Albert Marconi. Doug Jones Roger North. Daniel Roebuck Largeman. Tai Bennett Robert Marley. Allison Weissman Shelly.

Fabianne Therese Amy. Don Coscarelli Director. Don Coscarelli Screenwriter. Brad Baruh Producer. Don Coscarelli Producer. Andy Meyers Producer.

Roman Perez Producer. Paul Giamatti Executive Producer. Daniel Carey Executive Producer. Dac Coscarelli Executive Producer. Mike Gioulakis Cinematographer.

March 15, Rating: 1. March 14, Rating: 2. July 9, Rating: C- Full Review…. March 3, Full Review…. December 14, Rating: 3.

July 2, Full Review…. View All Critic Reviews Aug 27, Fun, horror-comedy-B-movie with above-average plot that keeps you on your toes!

Letitia L Super Reviewer. Oct 08, Hands down one of the worst films I've ever seen. Stephen S Super Reviewer. Oct 16, Well, it's time to step up your game and get on board with a film before it has it's perpetual booth at comic con.

Original, hilarious, trippy, thought provoking and well done. Anthony V Super Reviewer. Oct 03, John Dies at the End is one of those delightfully weird movies.

Yes, it lacks here and there in various aspects e. While I found it to be a notch below classics such as Repo Man, still it is undeniably a good time.

Robert B Super Reviewer. See all Audience reviews. Roger North: Do the bees know that they make the honey for you? Or do their work tirelessly because they think it is their own choice?

John: We were chosen by the soy sauce. Sergeant McElroy: I think stuff is very real and not real at the same time.

Dave: You've obviously been blessed with supernatural gifts. What better way to use them than to fish for free beer at parties?

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We Are Who We Are. Filthy Rich. No Score Yet. Dancing With the Stars. The Voice. And then they are Have you ever played that game when one person starts a story and then another person takes it over, and then another, and then And then they are joined by their good friends Joss Whedon and Todd Phillips.

John Dies at the End is what they might come up with. I wanted to like this book. Really, really, really, wanted to like it.

And maybe that was part of the problem. I went in with too high of expectations. But honestly it just wasn't for me.

Recommended to readers who still laugh at the jokes they thought were funny when they were twelve. And for anyone who thought Cabin In the Woods was one of the best movies of the year.

As for the title View all 7 comments. This book is about shit. And insects. And humanity. A peculiar combination, you may think?

I agree. But this is a great story that may not have worked in the hands of any other author. My most amazing cousin Danielle has been asking me to read this book for about a year now, and I'm really glad I finally picked it up.

While all these aspects make for some top-level ridiculousness, I think it's im This book is about shit.

While all these aspects make for some top-level ridiculousness, I think it's important not to let them totally distract from the messages that are present.

The writing is what really brought the story to life. The plot of this one is strange. Like, super strange. There were a couple times where it lost my complete attention.

I would catch myself sort of glossing over some of the filler details of the scenario, but on the whole I still found it enjoyable.

Also I must say I'm relieved to read an Epilogue that I won't have to spend the rest of my life pretending doesn't exist.

Lookin' at you Rowling. One other thing I didn't love about this book was it's use of offensive language. I wanted to add this as more of a caution for others because truthfully there's a ton of offensive stuff in this book, but the language in particular made me grit my teeth a couple of times.

I was still able to enjoy the story, but it's worth mentioning. This is going to be a novel I will recommend with a discerning eye. View all 16 comments.

May 24, Bradley rated it it was amazing Shelves: horror , humor. Juvenile humor was only a feature of this novel, not a bug.

There were plenty of bugs, tho. That being said, it was a light-hearted frolic in the woods of shit-narnia, and I felt like getting a tattoo of the Pi symbol on my toe.

Strangely enough, I agreed with the idea of the last dead guy that first-person shooter games are training us for something That's probably it.

This is a Fun Book, ya'll, even if I was expecting something Juvenile humor was only a feature of this novel, not a bug. Not scary, but quite imaginative with more plot holes than a termite could cope with.

That's OK, you know, as long as you have a good time. But oh my god The Bugs! View all 8 comments. Apr 24, Poonam rated it did not like it Shelves: horror , mystery-thriller-suspense , paranormal-or-fantasy , humour.

The cops called us? What, they got a ghost they want us to check out? Like we're fucking Scooby-Doo? This is because of a drug that they have consumed which is named soya-sauce for the lack of a better name and it does look a bit like that apparently.

I liked it at the start. I really did. The jokes, the way the horror and humor were combined made me keep on turning the p "This stopped me.

The jokes, the way the horror and humor were combined made me keep on turning the pages. There were lots of action scenes and the story reached it's climax.

I thought we are done and it would have been a good ending but then the author decided The Part 2 of the book commenced.

The story started feeling disjointed and I was losing track as to how all this is connected to the first part. It started getting frustrating, the jokes got old, the action scene started getting dis-interesting.

And finally when I thought this book is going to get over We started with the Part 3!! This was the part where I actually thought of DNFing the book but some perverse sense of self-torture made me continue reading this.

I also really wanted to know how the author is going to wrap up this trainwreck of a story. The Epilogue itself was soo big that I just wanted it to be over.

Skimming through the book made even less sense of what I was reading as the story just jumped around and I had to read everything like a good little girl.

Did the ending make sense? Will I be picking up the next book of this series? View all 15 comments. Dec 10, Apatt rated it really liked it Shelves: sci-fi , horror , fantasy.

It pushed itself up on two arms made of game hens and country bacon, planting two hands with sausage-link fingers on the floor.

It really is a wild ride of a book. I became interested in this book a few years ago when I heard it was being adapted into a movie back in The title alone is quite intriguing; here is a book that seems to spoil its own ending from the title, that is something new.

Of course, the title does not really spoil the book but it is a damn good hook. I added it on my TBR and it languished there for several years.

I think it was priced quite expensively at the time, something over USD 10 for a pages book, so I put it on the backburner. A couple of weeks ago Amazon offered the e-book for a limited time at USD 2.

Dave and John are besties in the grand Excellent! David Wong, in spite of the name, is not Chinese, he prefers to use a pseudonym for the sake of anonymity.

At the beginning of the book, it seems that John and Dave are some kind of Ghostbusters who are called to investigate or exorcise spirits, demons or any kind of supernatural entities.

After the encounter with the Meat Monster in the prologue, the narrative rewinds to the beginning of their paranormal investigation career.

Immediately they become embroiled in a plot by shadowy beings to corrupt and take over our reality. The main body of the narrative is nested inside a frame story where Dave is being interviewed by a reporter who specializes in paranormal stories.

From beginning to end it is a very fast-paced narrative, and never really slow down to take a breather.

I usually enjoy fast paced page turners but I feel it is overdone here. Incident piles upon incident in rapid succession, not much time is spent on expositions or character development.

I felt like I was hanging on to the narrative by the skin of my teeth. This has the ironic effect of the book becoming a little monotonous toward the end.

On the plus side there are quite a lot of bizarre sights to see; wig monsters, gigantic blobby monsters, flying parasites, ghosts, clones, exploding dogs and policemen, copious amount of blood and poo etc.

There is plenty to keep me interested, but not a lot to care about. I think it comes down to characterization. John and Dave are likable enough duo with their bantering, flippant attitude, defiance of authority and penis jokes.

However, I feel that there is insufficient depth to them to carry almost pages of narrative. Thankfully there is a little bit of romance between Dave and a girl called Amy which provides a nice bit of light and shade to the inexorable narrative.

It also gives Dave an opportunity to become a hero instead of a smartass. The prose style seems to be aimed at teenaged boys, however, the often NSFW adolescent humour did make me chuckle quite a few times.

The author writes a bit like Andy Weir on speed, though, for me, the humour here works better than The Martian. My only complaint is the relentless pacing which sometimes makes the narrative feel overly chaotic and even a bit of a mess.

It becomes oddly exhausting toward the end of the book. Even the epilogue seems excessively long and the pacing is still not winding down.

While reading the last twenty or so pages I felt the book outstayed it's welcome a little; I suspect pages would have been just right.

It is a fun book, possibly ideal for readers with short attention span, or those looking for nonstop thrills.

Certainly, I have no regret reading this book. If you are looking for a funny, wild, and anarchic sci-fi horror adventure this could do very well.

If you are cautious perhaps you can try a sample chapter from Amazon, the book does start with a bang, and the prologue is quite representative of the entire book.

His real name, Jason Pargin, is no secret, it is mentioned in the introduction to the book, written by eccentric filmmaker, Don Coscarelli, who directed the film adaptation and also a few weird movies like Phantasm and Bubba Ho-Tep.

I would also have taken off my pants. Something coming back from the dead was almost always bad news. Now prepare to meat your doom!

I ran. Anyway, Amy is missing and the scene is weird as shit. The situation has a real Lovecraft feel to it. If you know what I mean. There was a time when I would have found the idea of certain death a little comforting, like being on the last day of a job I hated.

The Meat Monster from the movie adaptation View all 21 comments. Aug 29, Lyn rated it liked it. A tangled quagmire of whatthehell.

Reminiscent of Hunter S. Thompson and maybe William Burroughs, this eschews stream of consciousness but revels in surrealism and absurdity.

Interestingly, this began as a web serial back in with tens of thousands of fans enjoying the snark for free before it was finally all put together in a paperback in The online versions w A tangled quagmire of whatthehell.

The online versions were removed in Like a ten-minute Saturday Night Live skit stretched out to make a two-hour movie, much of the laugh out loud hilarity of the first 50 pages are diluted by the end.

To his credit, author David Wong produces many smiles and giggles along the way and also explores some serious themes of bullying and social justice.

These islands of clarity and sober introspection keep this from flying off the pages into a sophomoric mess. Still fun and overall an enjoyable read.

Mar 07, colleen the convivial curmudgeon rated it it was ok Shelves: urban-fantasy , horror-esque , humor. Well, that was, erm, something all right So I suppose I should start off by saying it's not quite what I was expecting but, of course, the logical follow-up to that would be "well, what were you expecting?

But that wasn't it. Not to say it didn't h 2. Not to say it didn't have humor. It had a lot of wry dialogue and snarky asides and random absurdity - which I generally liked - and also a lot of frat-boy type dick humor - which, not so much.

It also had a lot of gore, and action, and gore, and haphazard plotting, and gore, and weirdness, and did I mention gore?

It's a book where, when I read it and was able to get into the actual plot-line of strange things from another dimension trying to break their way into ours, I could actually go along for the ride and be kind of scared and disturbed and sort of enjoy the general wtf-osity of the whole thing.

But when I put the book down I didn't really feel much impetus to put it back up. I didn't really connect with the characters or care so much about what was going on, though, as I said, it was interesting and kind of cool when I was reading it.

But it seemed to drag a lot in the middle, mostly because of this lack of care, and it felt just generally repetitive - David tries to ignore shit while John seeks it out, David gets caught up in the action, shit goes down, things blow up for no apparent reason except that it's cool that things should blow up in the most gruesome way possible, the day is saved, things settle down, rinse, wash, repeat.

It got kind of blah after awhile, and even the weirdness and gore didn't have much of an effect aside from "oh look, there's more".

But it shifted towards the end and started to shift focus onto the characters and people and things actually mattering, and I started to feel invested in the story.

I was on tenterhooks, towards the end, waiting for the other proverbial shoe to drop, and then Well, that would be spoilery.

But I will say that it definitely got a bit more cohesive at the end but, overall, I think it could've been tighter and less rambly and while I did sort of generally like it, overall, I still feel no real compulsion to get back into it and I doubt I'd actively seek out the next book that is, apparently, in the making.

I might see the movie, though. View all 6 comments. Don't let the spoilerish title fool you John Dies At The End is full of surprises!

Life is full of millions of choices. And while some are instantly recognized as "life-choices" like getting married or picking a career path , others are deceptively innocent.

But even the smallest of choices can have huge consequences. That's the hard lesson David Wong learned when he decided to challenge a hack street-magician at a concert.

Had Wong simply rolled his eyes and kept walking, his life may not Don't let the spoilerish title fool you Had Wong simply rolled his eyes and kept walking, his life may not have turned into the horror story it became.

We all make millions of choices, and any one of them can ruin our lives forever Wong's imagination is almost limitless, as he manages to concoct some of the most bizarre creatures I've ever read about, and his ability to channel fear and dread is so strong, it's unfathomable to me that this is his first novel!

In fact, I would have loved to have given this book five stars, but there was one problem that constantly detracted from my enjoyment As much as there is to admire about this book, the non-stop barrage of potty humor and crudeness makes it a difficult one to recommend to people After a prologue which expertly depicts the bizarre world David Wong lives in, the majority of the book is comprised of two flashback sequences that explain how Dave's life has gotten to this point.

The two flashbacks are bridged together by a framing sequence involving a present-day conversation Dave is having with a reporter who is investigating Dave's claim to be some kind of "monster-hunter".

The rather unconventional story structure is just part of the book's charm, as Wong's narrative keeps flipping from past to present, yet it rarely gets confusing and Wong often peppers it with some tantalizing foreshadowing.

The first segment covers Dave's first foray into the paranormal, in which he's joined by his smart-ass friend John. After he taunts a wannabe magician as an obvious hoax, Dave is exposed to a substance that seems peculiarly like soy sauce, yet the phony magician claims it will actually expose Dave to the world of the supernatural One drop of this magical soy sauce will have a horrible effect on your body Soon after experiencing the soy sauce of doom, Dave's world falls apart.

He begins to see grotesque creatures all around him. People in his life are brutally murdered and Wong finds himself the chief suspect sometimes even in his own eyes.

Soon Dave and John learn that something from another world wants to enter our own, something truly evil and deadly.

Thus begins their often-hilarious quest to save our world from a malicious entity of Lovecraftian proportions. Between John's "so-stupid-it's-funny" humor, and Dave's rapier wit, I was howling with laughter throughout most of the first segment.

The second segment doesn't have as much humor as the first, but it more than makes up for this in dramatic storytelling.

In the second story, the battle is much more personal and the stakes are much higher. It's here that Wong's talent as an author truly shines. While he already displayed much creativity and wit in the first half, Wong manages to invoke more emotions to tell a very powerful story in the second half.

At times, reading this was like a greatest hits collection of the works of Christopher Moore and Stephen King, the way Wong could blend humor and horror together and give equal weight to both genres.

All in all, this was an amazing book to read Look, let's get something out of the way, I'm hardly a prude.

My tastes aren't exactly sophisticated, and I've been known to chuckle at a tasteless joke or two I think Not Another Teen Movie is one of the funniest comedies ever made That being said, I did find the gross-out factor of this book to be beyond excessive.

There are so many poop jokes, even Beavis and Butt-Head would find this book to be a bit much. And while I applaud Wong's vast imagination in creating new horrors, at times it seems like he's just trying too hard to disgust his readers.

In addition to potty humor, Wong displays an almost-obsessive fascination with insects one segment even involves a man made entirely out of cockroaches , and just when you think Wong can't possibly manage to make bugs any more gross, he finds a way to top himself.

It can be almost infuriating, as Wong clearly has a true talent for horror. In his best moments, Wong shows great promise and depth as a writer, which makes it all the more baffling why he felt the need to take such a juvenile approach at times If you have a love for dark comedy as well as a really strong stomach , "John Dies At The End" should be a wild ride for you.

However, anyone who's even a bit squeamish particularly when it comes to insects and Still, considering his undeniable talent, if David Wong can reign in his love for toilet humor, I have no doubt one of his books will make it on my "Favorites" shelf some day!

It's their subjective opinion, they're entitled, freedom of speech, blahdy blahdy blah. But the number of GR reviews for this book which contain the words "juvenile humour" and then proceed to dismiss the book's worth on that basis is just ridiculous.

They're cock jokes. They're funny. And smart people ARE allowed to laugh at them. If you're stupid enough to believe in the idea that humour negates intelligence, you're too stupid to live, never mind cast aspersions on the intelligence of the author.

Now back to the juvenile humour RAW Would Approve Surrealism, pop culture references, quantum mechanics, discordianism, conspiracy theories, irreverance and respect for a good old-fashioned pun All the elements that made Robert Anton Wilson's work so brilliant, thought-provoking and genuinely entertaining are present in David Wong's book too.

Only a great writer would identify the inconsistencies, list them and cite them as evidence that he lies when he is nervous. Well, only a great writer who is also funny at any rate.

It Brings The Lovecraft David Wong has earned the Lovecraft comparisons that are frequently found in his book reviews. He manages to do it, not through obvious references to sea monstery elder gods, but by doing what Lovecraft did best: Appealing to the reader's deepest, darkest imagination.

He describes the horror the protagonist feels, then allows you to fill in the blanks with the things that scare you the most, and it works.

This book is genuinely terrifying in parts. Best of all, he does it without Lovecraft's lengthy sometimes overly lengthy descriptive prose. Amazon's buyer recommendations for this book said it all - The more obvious bizarro-comedic-horror titles, a cracked.

Girls Fart In This Is there any better indicator of a book being grounded in reality than a female character softly farting? I cannot remember ever reading that in a book before.

There should be more of it. View all 13 comments. It is a blend of horror, new weird and psychological madness. David Wong is the name of the author, the name of the narrator, and the name of the main protagonist too Not necessarily all the same!!!

This read is not for the faint of heart, nor is it intended for those that like things spelled out for them all nice and clear, and then drawn up with nothing but straight lines.

The weirdness of this book can be challenging to read and t 5 Stars This is a blast of a bizzaro piece of weird fiction.

The weirdness of this book can be challenging to read and to make sense out of, but it is worth the effort and it rewards the persistent reader.

He paints it out as would David Lynch Mulholland Drive is mentioned many times in this book. Some his characters are quite reminiscent of a dark Tim Burton creation that will surly leave you breathless and or grossed out too!

To say that this book is stylized would be a huge understatement and not do justice for what Wong has created here. Teeth filed into razor-sharp fangs—you know the type.

The man-shaped arrangement of meat rose up, as if functioning as one body. I enjoyed David as our narrator even though he was not always the most reliable.

Of course the best side character was the hot dog eating, car driving, and mentally handicapped dog named Molly!!! The characters are equal to the bizarre task of fitting in to this messed up world.

I loved the style of this book, the humor, the horror, and the pleasure of the read. I cannot wait to read more from David Wong. This book is the first since I read Last Days by Brian Everson that makes me want to tell all my horror friends to go out and buy this book now!!!

I decided that I needed to have a second go through before starting the 2nd book. With the level of insanity and trustworthiness, this is really a book that requires multiple reads.

Fortunately, it is a damn lot of fun to read. The thing that I noticed most about the second read was how well written this book was, even though it is filled with so much juvenile humor.

I loved Wong's style, his pacing, and his freaking weird ass imagination. On to the second book Obviously I give this book my highest recommendations!!!.

John Dies at the End dies before it even reaches the first chapter. The story - such as it is - revolves around the typical gross-out paranormal-type activity that made Kevin Smith's "Dogma" such a success think "It's a shit monster!

Within the first 20 pages, the reader is witness to blood, copious amounts of excrement, a flaccid - and gratuitous WARNING: The following is not a well-balanced, conscientious review.

Within the first 20 pages, the reader is witness to blood, copious amounts of excrement, a flaccid - and gratuitous - penis, "invisible" spiders, a quasi-sluglike creature in anecdotal form, but the visual is present nonetheless , a soupy concoction of greenish slime that instantly turns blood red herein spelled "bloodred" upon human touch, the promise of sodomy with a bratwurst, etc.

The inside of the book jacket warns the reader to "Stop," that "You should not have touched this book with your bare hands," and that it is "too late" to put the fucking thing down - that you're stuck reading the goddamn thing because the fucking author says that it is ooohhh!

He goes on to say that he's "terribly sorry to have involved you in this. And there is no author David Wong. Is it "terrifying" The Onion?

A "page-turner" Don Coscarelli, producer of "Bubba Ho-tep"? One of the most "entertaining and addictive novels" Jacob Kier, publisher of Permuted Press , has ever read?

I don't know. I can't get past the forced hispter trash of which those first twenty pages reeks. I can't see anything beyond the hunched form of Jason Pargin pecking out words and phrases in front of his computer.

Just making shit up. Just whatever strikes him as formulating a part of a "good story," he'll write up. Sure - this is an "unfair" review of the book - after all, I was personally unable to trudge any further than that first useless sequence of bullshit events.

But there's no challenge in here, other than concealing the revulsion of the author's grotesque imagery here. I'm not wasting any time in discovering how, exactly.

I don't care about John. I don't care about David fucking Wong, or the make-believe shitstorm this fictional character finds himself stuck in by an over-zealous author who, by the way, hopes that you'll be alive to see the sequel to John Dies at the End.

A sequel to this!? How dare Jason Pargin allow trees to be sacrificed for this piece of supercilious garbage! How fucking dare he!

What the hell kind of a world is it when this trash gets not only serious consideration for publication, but an actual book contract?

A book release? Jesus Christ Almighty, what a world this is! Goddamn it! What a horrendous fuckpot of a wretched piece of fetid, blistering donkey tit!

You're damned right I should not have touched this thing with my bare hands! That felt really, really good.

Thanks, Mr. Pargin, for giving me a valid reason to release all the pent-up rage I've stored in for so very long.

I needed that. No, seriously - thank you from the very bottom of my heart. You're a good man. I'll never forget this.

And now, I could sure use a cigarette. Bullet Review: Bleh. I tried and I tried and I tried to like this disgusting, gory, weird little book, and it just isn't happening.

I'm sure there's an audience for this type of book, but it sure as hell ain't me. And, as I've said before, life's too short to be wasted on books I'm not liking.

Full Review: I have to write a review for this? And a plot summary? How do I even begin to sort through the batsh! Do I even re Bullet Review: Bleh.

Do I even really want to? Dave and John are people to whom weird things happen, like fighting meat monsters, taking drugs called "Soy Sauce", and meeting Hair Monsters.

And really, beyond that, is there even a plot to this book? I get writing weird for the sake of weird, but isn't there some point in which you have to ask yourself, "Why?

And in honor of the fact, I will be doing my review of this book in the form of most of their articles: A List.

I have tried to read these sorts of humor books in the past and failed. A few years back, I tried to read Year Zero and gave up. It wasn't funny!

I didn't laugh! Body functions, genitalia, big boobs, sex, and gore are not what I call funny. Oh, sure, I'll laugh at Buddy belching in "Elf" because it's absolutely ridiculous, but for the most part, there has to be a JOKE, a setup beyond "And so-and-so steps in a pile of dog poo" for me to laugh.

Given the large number of comedies that function solely on this premise and continue to get made, this is another reason why I am most probably a robot.

I prefer female characters to have character beyond a name preferably not a cheesy one-off joke about a celebrity and a set of legs or boobs or nice ass.

Again, this seems to be a rarity in this bipedal culture. I prefer male characters to have character as well, beyond being drug addicts, alcoholics, and sex maniacs who joke about how huge their genitalia are.

I am not sure if humans are familiar with the concept of "strengths, weakness, and hopes and dreams beyond getting laid with a hot set of breasts", but this is what constructs such as myself are looking for when we pick up a book, even one that is a humor book.

I liked Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy but not this. The oddities in "Hitchhiker's" spoke to me about the inanities of life and the stupidity of the characters; the oddities in "Not Dead" speak to the ability of the author to create weird for the pure sake of weird.

I do not understand why this is so, but I have read other reviews in an attempt to bridge the gap. Given the reviews I've seen, this seems to be the final proof that I am, indeed, an automaton.

There seems to be no reason for the events of this book beyond being weird. See Number 5. And there you have it; all these evidences that point to the conclusion that I am indeed a robot, still learning how to emote and feel.

It seems everyone else including all my book club members loved this book or at least liked it, so that must mean I am a robot.

Excuse me; I have a meeting with a few friends of mine. We're going to discuss why people cry at the end of "Titanic".

I had no idea what a wild and crazy ride I was in for when I started this book, and was it ever wild and crazy! This book is nonstop weirdness and grossness and I soaked up every second of it.

It was also both hilarious and horrifying, it had me laughing one second and covering my eyes the next. This is truly a wonderfully weird book that every horror fan with a sense of humour needs to read!

View all 4 comments. Simply put, I have never laughed harder at a horror book. This is less an attempt by "Wong" to write horror so much as it is for him to hone his humor chops on a genre that's been whipped to death by too much seriousness.

It's appropriately gross, rolls out misadventure after misadventure, and ultimately satisfies on multiple levels. If you're into horror, you'll likely find it pretty smart.

If you're into comedy, this on has great edge throughout. I don't know if I'd recommend it to anyone who Simply put, I have never laughed harder at a horror book.

I don't know if I'd recommend it to anyone who was firmly horror or firmly not horror. I'd save that recommendation for people who are a little more flexible in taste.

Jan 09, Sylvia rated it liked it Shelves: fiction , horror. The last quarter of this book deserves 4 stars, the first three quarters deserve 2.

Firstly, the dialogue in this book and sometimes the internal monologue is very wry and generally hilarious.

Easily its best quality, and kept me reading past the slow parts. Unfortunately, the dialogue is often eclipsed by TONS of gruesome and gory visual descriptions, and though they are perfectly tolerable at first they do drag on after a while.

After the 50th or 60th person whose entrails explode into a rain The last quarter of this book deserves 4 stars, the first three quarters deserve 2.

After the 50th or 60th person whose entrails explode into a rain of black worms which follow after the narrator and then grow into giant black intestine-snakes leaking oily residue, or whatever, it gets old.

Consequently, the numerous action sequences and there are a LOT of action sequences blend into each other, each seeming unimpressive and dull despite the apocalyptic language used to describe it.

Three-quarters of the way in, I was utterly bored by all the action, and felt unconnected to the characters whose motivations and personalities seemed to be ignored in favor of more and more descriptions of walking eyeballs and sawn-off shotguns and babies that are actually made of peanut butter or so on.

Maybe the whole horror genre is this repetitive, and I'm just not a fan? And then something delightful happened! The book changed entirely with the introduction of the first meaningful female character, and the focus shifted from all the horrible things which kept happening to some actual emotional connections and backstory for the characters.

In a space of a few pages, I found the previously flat narrator sympathetic, and the collection of side-characters interesting as well. Plus, instead of endless descriptions, we actually get more dialogue!

Which is witty and fun. The ending hit the perfect tone for me, and ultimately I finished this book feeling pleased having read it--a considerable feat, if you take into account how I felt plodding through the middle.

View 1 comment. There's no question that this classifies as "bizarro" fiction, but other than that. I found it quite different in a good way in the beginning, especially.

The only real complaint I had was that it seemed some scenes went on unnecessarily long. This was more evident in the second half of the novel.

A very original work, but one that defies--at least MY--attempts at a comprehensive review. Mar 07, Kelly and the Book Boar rated it really liked it Shelves: read-in Thompson on a Hitchhiker's Guide through the galaxy, you might end up with something kind of close to John Dies at the End.

I had ZERO expectations going in to this book. I knew nothing except what I read on the book jacket and the fact that Wil Wheaton didn't think it sucked.

I ended up on a full throttle, high octane, wild, grotesque, hilarious, vulgar, long, strange journey and I'm so glad I did.

Friends will try to build you up, because there's no easy or friendly way for them to say, "Maybe storytelling isn't for you, you know? Perhaps take up model-building or lint-collecting?

Hell, I'm even guilty of uttering it once or a dozen-hundred times. The truth is, that sentence is bullshit. How do I know this? Because books like this exist.

I've recently recently, as in, like, yesterday, fam sworn off bitching about unoriginal content and shitty writers. You assholes do you.

I tried to warn you that you were shit. You just wouldn't listen. My mommy says I write all the good words! Here's a pat on the back.

There's totes an audience for it. I promise. John Dies at the End was written by a data entry clerk in his free time. Word of mouth begat word of mouth and soon enough he had offers from publishers and filmmakers alike.

You can tell the author is not a trained writer. He's a gifted storyteller, but the writing is your basic high school creative writing.

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Clancy Brown Dr. Albert Marconi. Doug Jones Roger North. Daniel Roebuck Largeman. Tai Bennett Robert Marley.

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Brad Baruh Producer. Don Coscarelli Producer. Andy Meyers Producer. Roman Perez Producer. Paul Giamatti Executive Producer.

Daniel Carey Executive Producer. Dac Coscarelli Executive Producer. Mike Gioulakis Cinematographer. March 15, Rating: 1.

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Letitia L Super Reviewer. Oct 08, Hands down one of the worst films I've ever seen. Stephen S Super Reviewer. Oct 16, Well, it's time to step up your game and get on board with a film before it has it's perpetual booth at comic con.

Original, hilarious, trippy, thought provoking and well done. Anthony V Super Reviewer. Oct 03, John Dies at the End is one of those delightfully weird movies.

Yes, it lacks here and there in various aspects e. While I found it to be a notch below classics such as Repo Man, still it is undeniably a good time.

Robert B Super Reviewer. See all Audience reviews. Roger North: Do the bees know that they make the honey for you?

Or do their work tirelessly because they think it is their own choice? The actors were so good. In August , Magnet Releasing announced that they had acquired the rights to the film.

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