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Pontypool changes everything

Tony Burgess

Pontypool changes everything

a novel

by Tony Burgess

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Published by ECW Press in Toronto .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Tony Burgess.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPR9199.3.B7875 P66 1998
The Physical Object
Pagination276 p. ;
Number of Pages276
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL452910M
ISBN 101550223569
LC Control Number98167943
OCLC/WorldCa38595959

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The concept - a virus that exists in meaning, infecting reality and Reviews: Pontypool is a Canadian horror film directed by Bruce McDonald and written by Tony Burgess, based on his novel Pontypool Changes Everything.

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Tony Burgess, Pontypool Changes Everything (ECW Press, ) And the award for most-adapted screenplay goes to Bruce McDonald's Pontypool, one of the best films of I say "most-adapted" because Burgess' screenplay for the film and the book Burgess wrote ten years before the film was released are two entirely different animals/5(35).

Pontypool Changes Everything is, by turns, a zombie novel, a literary painting, an exploration of semiotics and a series of vignettes. It has room in it for chapter-long indulgences explaining the nature of the AMPS virus and for fully-mobile, self-aware zombie newborns/5(35). His most notable works include the novel Pontypool Changes Everything and the screenplay for the film adaptation of that same novel, "Pontypool" ().

Burgess’ unique style of writing has been called literary horror fiction and described as ”blended ultra-violent horror and absurdist humour, inflicting nightmarish narratives on the /5.

With Pontypool Changes Everything Tony Burgess has proven himself to be the unchallenged master of literary zombie mayhem. The book is a mind blowling experience akin to tripping on acid while both H.P.

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It's the compelling, terrifying story of a devastating virus. You catch it through conversation, and once it has you, it leads you on a strange journey — into another world where the undead chase you down the streets of the smallest towns and largest cities.

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