Often times, the movie that plays in your head while you're reading a good book can be better than any film you've seen before. With that in mind, I have paired some of February 2016's movie releases (theatrical or VOD), and books that are better than or just as good as the films. Let your imagination run wild!
Using experimental techinques, a detective investigates a sexual child abuse case and discovers a terrifying Satanic cult.
The lone survivor of the Creedish Death Cult, Tendor Branson records his memoir into the black box of the flight he's about the crash into the Australian outback.
Jane Austen's tale of class conscious love but with zombies.
Jane Austen's tale of class conscious love but with zombies ... the book version.
A remake of Eli Roth's Cabin Fever where some friends become infected with a plague while vacationing in the woods.
A group of friends are stranded in their family cabin with something lurking in the woods that surround them.
A handful of students explore a pressumably haunted local plantation where they are definitely not wanted.
Seymour Wallis might be crazy or he might be dwelling inside a house that is a living and breathing and possibly evil being.
A puritanical family is terrorized by the witch of the wood.
Written to accompany the film, its got more unnverving and even more creppy witchery than the film.
An inconsolable mother uses an ancient ritual to bring back a missing son with demonic results.
Trapped in the Mexican jungle, they stumble upon an ancient ruin site that might not be as deserted as they imagine.