History Film / TheThingFromAnotherWorld

14th Dec '16 9:47:32 AM Prinzenick
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* SlidingScaleOfAdaptationModification: This movie falls into Type 3 (PragmaticAdaptation).
1st Dec '16 3:31:09 AM Morgenthaler
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* FollowTheLeader: ''The Thing from Another World'' influenced Creator/JohnCarpenter in a ''big way'', as well as Creator/RidleyScott.
1st Dec '16 3:29:48 AM Morgenthaler
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'''''The Thing from Another World''''' is the first movie based on Creator/JohnWCampbell's novella ''Literature/WhoGoesThere''[[note]]the second being ''Film/TheThing1982'', unless you count 1972's ''Film/HorrorExpress''[[/note]], directed in 1951 by Christan Nyby (and produced by Creator/HowardHawks).

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'''''The ''The Thing from Another World''''' World'' is the first movie based on Creator/JohnWCampbell's novella ''Literature/WhoGoesThere''[[note]]the second being ''Film/TheThing1982'', unless you count 1972's ''Film/HorrorExpress''[[/note]], directed in 1951 by Christan Nyby (and produced by Creator/HowardHawks).
25th Oct '16 6:40:01 PM BobTanaka
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** Everyone when they realize the alien has disabled the heating system.
25th Oct '16 12:32:17 PM Raptorslash
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* AdaptationalVillainy: Carrington's short story counterpart, Blair, does quickly realize that the Thing is a monster and can't be reasoned with. Although he takes it too far in the opposite direction by threatening everyone on the base, it's also implied that a combination of paranoia and guilt has driven him more than a little out of his mind by this point, while Carrington receives no such explanation for his behavior (his secretary suggests he's acting out of exhaustion, but this is clearly a weak defense).

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* AdaptationalVillainy: Carrington's short story counterpart, Blair, does quickly realize that the Thing is a monster and can't be reasoned with. Although he takes it too far in the opposite direction by threatening everyone on the base, it's also implied that a combination of paranoia and guilt has driven him more than a little out of his mind by this point, while Carrington receives no such explanation for his behavior (his secretary (Nikki suggests he's acting out of exhaustion, but this is clearly a weak defense).
25th Oct '16 12:31:51 PM Raptorslash
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* AdaptationalVillainy: Carrington's short story counterpart, Blair, does quickly realize that the Thing is a monster and can't be reasoned with (although he takes it too far in the opposite direction by threatening everyone on the base, it's also implied that a combination of paranoia and guilt has driven him more than a little out of his mind by this point, while Carrington receives no sympathetic explanation for his behavior).

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* AdaptationalVillainy: Carrington's short story counterpart, Blair, does quickly realize that the Thing is a monster and can't be reasoned with (although with. Although he takes it too far in the opposite direction by threatening everyone on the base, it's also implied that a combination of paranoia and guilt has driven him more than a little out of his mind by this point, while Carrington receives no sympathetic such explanation for his behavior).behavior (his secretary suggests he's acting out of exhaustion, but this is clearly a weak defense).
25th Oct '16 12:26:53 PM Raptorslash
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* AdaptationalVillainy: Carrington's short story counterpart, Blair, does quickly realize that the Thing is a monster and can't be reasoned with (although he takes it too far in the opposite direction by threatening everyone on the base).

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* AdaptationalVillainy: Carrington's short story counterpart, Blair, does quickly realize that the Thing is a monster and can't be reasoned with (although he takes it too far in the opposite direction by threatening everyone on the base).base, it's also implied that a combination of paranoia and guilt has driven him more than a little out of his mind by this point, while Carrington receives no sympathetic explanation for his behavior).
25th Oct '16 11:31:07 AM Raptorslash
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* AdpatationalVillainy: Carrington's short story counterpart, Blair, does quickly realize that the Thing is a monster and can't be reasoned with (although he takes it too far in the opposite direction by threatening everyone on the base).

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* AdpatationalVillainy: AdaptationalVillainy: Carrington's short story counterpart, Blair, does quickly realize that the Thing is a monster and can't be reasoned with (although he takes it too far in the opposite direction by threatening everyone on the base).
25th Oct '16 11:30:51 AM Raptorslash
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* AdpatationalVillainy: Carrington's short story counterpart, Blair, does quickly realize that the Thing is a monster and can't be reasoned with (although he takes it too far in the opposite direction by threatening everyone on the base).
10th Oct '16 6:28:58 PM FictionIsntReal
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'''''The Thing from Another World''''' is the first movie based on Creator/JohnWCampbell's novella ''Literature/WhoGoesThere''[[note]]the second being ''Film/TheThing1982''[[/note]], directed in 1951 by Christan Nyby (and produced by Creator/HowardHawks).

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'''''The Thing from Another World''''' is the first movie based on Creator/JohnWCampbell's novella ''Literature/WhoGoesThere''[[note]]the second being ''Film/TheThing1982''[[/note]], ''Film/TheThing1982'', unless you count 1972's ''Film/HorrorExpress''[[/note]], directed in 1951 by Christan Nyby (and produced by Creator/HowardHawks).
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