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Recently Added Movie Novelizations

These are the latest movie novels we’ve added to our database. Check ’em out!

Spawn (1997)
Rocky III (1982)
The Toxic Avenger (1984)
Pump Up the Volume (1991)
The Predator (2018)
American Graffiti/More American Graffiti (1979)

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Yes, this ENTIRE website is devoted to finding, collecting, and showcasing movie novelizations and movie tie-ins. You’ll find hundreds of different movie novels in our database, as well as an FAQ that answers everything you could ever want to know about these unique books.

Why movie novels?

We’re big collectors of movie novels, as well as avid movie fans. Movie novelizations have become something of a rarity these days, no longer as popular as they once were in the 70s, 80s and 90s, when nearly every major motion picture released a written novelization as a special “tie-in” product to promote the film. We’re here to celebrate the decades of movie novelizations past, and get excited about any new (though few and far between!) novelizations released in the upcoming years.

Latest Blog Posts

Check out our blog for a ton of great content about movie novelizations.

No Novelization? No Problem!

For every film that has an associated novelization, there are probably fifty to a hundred that don't. Since the heyday of the film-to-book adaptations has long since passed, it makes us wonder sometimes how the genre manages to continue, especially when it seems like...

I Read Movies – Episode I: The Phantom Menace

Not only is Paxton Holley an avid fan of movie novelizations, but he's also a life-long fan of the Star Wars Saga. So we've been very happy that he has been dedicating a lot of his coverage of novelizations to the Star Wars franchise and some of the famous (and...

The Indispensable Index

The hobby of reading and collecting movie novelizations is a niche one to be sure, so one would figure that with little competition from other collectors and readers that it would be fairly easy to find these books. The thing is, there's a huge problem that most...

The State of Novelizations in 1981

We recently stumbled upon a very interesting article in the New York Times that ran back in the summer of 1981 which talks about the then current state of the movie novelization market. It's rare to find articles centered on the subject in general, but even rarer to...