Event Horizon

Event Horizon A D Seven years ago an experimental space vessel disappeared under mysterious circumstances Now the ship has been found orbiting Neptune When a salvage team is sent to investigate they encounter

  • Title: Event Horizon
  • Author: Steven E. McDonald
  • ISBN: 9780812540062
  • Page: 109
  • Format: Paperback
  • 2046 A.D Seven years ago an experimental space vessel disappeared under mysterious circumstances Now the ship has been found orbiting Neptune When a salvage team is sent to investigate, they encounter the ultimate horror that lurks behind the Event Horizon Paramount s major motion picture will be released in August and stars Sam Neill, Laurence Fishburne, Kathleen Qui2046 A.D Seven years ago an experimental space vessel disappeared under mysterious circumstances Now the ship has been found orbiting Neptune When a salvage team is sent to investigate, they encounter the ultimate horror that lurks behind the Event Horizon Paramount s major motion picture will be released in August and stars Sam Neill, Laurence Fishburne, Kathleen Quinlan, Richard T Jones and Joely Richardson.

    Event Horizon Directed by Paul W.S Anderson With Laurence Fishburne, Sam Neill, Kathleen Quinlan, Joely Richardson A rescue crew investigates a spaceship that disappeared into a black hole and has now returnedwith someone or something new on board. Event Horizon film Event Horizon is a science fiction horror film directed by Paul W S Anderson and written by Philip Eisner It stars Laurence Fishburne, Sam Neill, Kathleen Quinlan and Joely Richardson. Event horizon In astrophysics, an event horizon is a boundary beyond which events cannot affect an observer on the opposite side of it An event horizon is most commonly associated with black holes, where gravitational forces are so strong that light cannot escape. Watch Event Horizon Prime Video Event Horizon , . h min X Ray R In , a team of astronauts embark on a mission to retrieve a missing spaceship However, their simple retreival job leads to something far terrifying than any of them would suspect. event horizon Definition Explanation Britannica Event horizon, boundary marking the limits of a black hole At the event horizon, the escape velocity is equal to the speed of light Since general relativity states that nothing can travel faster than the speed of light, nothing inside the event horizon can ever cross the boundary and escape beyond it, including light. Event Horizon Rotten Tomatoes The Event Horizon mysteriously disappears in the midst of a mission with no trace of either the ship or its crew, but it reappears in Neptune s orbit after a seven year absence and it s sending out What Exactly Is a Black Hole Event Horizon and What The event horizon is the threshold around the black hole where the escape velocity surpasses the speed of light According to Einstein s theory of special relativity, nothing can travel faster Event Horizon Blu ray Laurence Fishburne The year is and Dr William Weir Sam Neil is a scientist engineer on board a space station in low Earth orbit He has just gotten word of a distress beacon being sent from the spacecraft Event Horizon in orbit around Neptune. Event Horizon YouTube John Michael Godier s Event Horizon is a Science and space focused narrative driven show featuring special guests Event Horizon covers science, astronomy, s Event Horizon Hell Scenes YouTube Jun , This feature is not available right now Please try again later.

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    • Steven E. McDonald

      Born on the edge of Sherwood Forest, ducking arrows ever since.

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    • 2018 is slowly creeping up on me, so I'm trying my best to get my reviews up to date.I have a love/hate relationship with Event Horizon (both the movie and the book). There is too much evil in it, too much.Did you know that for those horrific scenes in the movie, porn actors and real-life amputees where used? And that the test screenings made people physically sick, so they decided to cut the gory scenes? How sick is that?That is why, no matter how much I appreciated the movie and the book, I ca [...]

    • I love the movie and when I saw there was a novelization that disturbed and grossed people out, well I just had to read it. Now that I'm done I'm kind of confused. I was expecting something over the top graphic and horrifying, but the more I read the book the more I thought the people who read and reviewed the book must of never seen the movie. Maybe I'm immune to what most people find horrifying. The book followed the movie pretty much word for word and just added stuff here and there that feel [...]

    • I just wrote a review of "The Taking" by Dean Koontz and referenced this book in my review. I have no idea why I read this book perhaps because I'd already read most of what was on the shelf, but seriously, it's like the author went all out, spent days and days, thinking about situations that are just plain awful, gross, and honestly, exploiting the worst of human nature. It's that terrible bit in everyone that makes people slow down while passing a car accident, not wanting and wanting to see s [...]

    • i have see the film event horizon and i have to say that i loved the film when i discovered that they had a novel i had to pick it upbut the problem i  had was finding it was not on nook or even amazon so i explored the net and got it usedi have to say the film ad novel was completely the samei would say 90% of the book  was like the movie with 10% was different and that is really rear in a  book turning in a movie and it is rear for me to like bothi will if you love sci-fi horror then you wi [...]

    • This was fun. It was basically a play by play of the movie which would be fine if I'd been able to read before seeing the flick. But after seeing a movie you hope that the book will be a bit more detailed and (in my case) a bit more nasty. For what it is though, it is well written with minimal editing errors. It definitely would've given me the creepin' willies had I not already been floored by the film.

    • Esta es la clase de historia donde el cine funciona mucho mejor para contarla que al leer el libro te preguntas porqué alguien lo escribiría tan similar, sin explotar los fuertes de una página. Lo que en unos segundos en pantalla bastan para ser terrorífico, aquí pierde su impacto. Lo que en una película de ciencia ficción puedes pasar como explicación plausible aquí es incómodo y solo te deja dudas e incredulidad.No es terrible, pero no lo recomiendo.

    • First of all, I watched this movie A LOT as a kid, I have not watched it in recent years as I'm sure it didn't age well. Second of all, all these low reviews based on it's 'graphic' nature are absolutely silly. This book doesn't deserve more than 3 stars, but not because it's too graphic (seriously laughable). I'm suspecting those who rated this for such reasons have not seen the movie, nor any remotely graphic movie.But beyong my disappointment for how pg13 this book was, it had many other flaw [...]

    • The Event Horizon is a ship that was built with a core capable of creating a black hole so travel at greater than the speed of light could be attained. On its maiden voyage it disappeared. It was assumed to be destroyed and the crew lost. Seven years later it suddenly reappears near Neptune sending out a distress beacon. A crew is dispatched to take the ship's creator Dr. Weir to the Event Horizon to discover where it's been for the last seven years and what happened to the crew.When they arrive [...]

    • A little while ago, my brother said Event Horizon was his favourite sci-fi horror film. While I love sci-fi, I could do without the horror aspect and so, squeamish scaredy-cat that I am, I decided to read this novelisation of the movie rather than watch the movie itself. Clever, no? The writing is pretty ordinary and actually a bit clunky to read, despite the words essentially translating what's on screen. I talk often of writing being cinematic in quality: writing so good that it evokes action [...]

    • I'll start off by saying that I love the Event Horizon movie. Sci-fi horror is an underrated subgenre and the Stephen King like story and H.R. Giger setting make for a great visual medium that I love. I thought the novelization feel flat despite McDonald's almost poetic ways to describe the chaos at times. Overall it just felt like the people in charge just wanted to do the bare minimum requirements in order to churn out the novelization. It was a basic transcript that gave very lacking insight [...]

    • A novelization of a notoriously scary 90s space horror film is pretty much the last thing I would read; but I spend enough time buried in so-called "real" literature and sometimes I need to decompress a bit. McDonald can write thoughtful, solid moments that evoke the sort of lovecraftian doom of a topic like this, but the whole thing barely stands on its feet: the characterizations are almost non-existantly thin, the tone is monotonous and by the end he seems to be literally recycling paragraphs [...]

    • I feel in love with this movie when I saw it when I was younger, but hasn't seen it since. So when the opportunity to read the novelization presented itself, I took the chance. I couldn't even remember a majority if the movie, and how many people get to experience something for the first time twice. If you haven't seen the movie in a while and remember enjoying it, read this book. It's very good. It's one of the few books I have on my bookshelf, it will always have a place, and I absolutely plan [...]

    • Got the job done in a pinch. I read it when I was much younger and away without a book, but I remember enjoying it. Gorey sci-fi fluff that manages to be (at times) a little spooky, though the movie was a bit more successful.

    • event horizon, the novelization of the movie, was actually an emergency book i borrowed from a non-reader for the ride from boston to nyc. i would have been better off staring at the seat in front of me the whole way.

    • I got this book thinking that the movie had been based on it. To my dismay, I discovered that the book was based on be movie?So, it was exactly like watching the movie. If that's what you want from a book, try this.

    • Follows the movie exactly. Which I guess was the point. But it felt like the author put in a lot of his own bias about character thoughts and actions. Especially with regard to Weir.

    • A surprisingly well-written tie in to one of my all-time favorite space-horror films. An excellent stand-alone novel of a trip to hell in space.

    • Grotesqueenty of gore, build up of mystery at the beginning is gripping.uld not enjoy much as read it after watching the movie.uld have been a lot better.

    • Absolutely terrorific and completely envoling. It took me a while to find a copy after watching the movie, and it was absolutely worth it.

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