Crossing my fingers

A new trailer is out for the movie adaptation of Dean Koontz's Odd Thomas. This film appears to have bypassed most theaters (there was legal controversy), but it might be available soon? Or come out on DVD? Anyway, if you're unfamiliar with the character, we reviewed Koontz's graphic novel Odd Is On Our Side a few years ago, and introduced him thusly:
[Odd Thomas is] a twenty-year-old fry cook living in the fictional Californian town of Pico Mundo. Odd—a character first introduced in Dean Koontz's 2003 novel Odd Thomas—has a loving girlfriend, a gift for making pancakes, and the ability to see dead people. Unfortunately, seeing ghosts isn't quite as useful as hearing them, so when a ghost wants Odd's help (and they often do), they have to communicate via the supernatural equivalent of a game of charades.
The story is cute, and so are the stars (Star Trek's Anton Yelchin and Addison Timlin, who I see will be starring in the upcoming Fallen movie), so I'm really hoping this report is accurate, and I'll finally get a chance to see it.
Posted by: Julianka


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