Yes , it was adapted for the New Outer Limits. It differers from the story.Baylor, is the Sand Kings story the same one that was on the newer Outer Limits show? I loved the episode, although I did find the ending quite frightening. I suppose that was the point. I may need to look out for that.
It's one of his best stories.I Have No Mouth has been on my tbr pile forever. This year, I’ll read it.
Good choice. If you haven't read Morrow's "His Unconquerable Enemy" you might want to seek it out. I found it a very uncomfortable read. Mostly in a good way."The Monster Maker" by W.C. Morrow. I read it in Horror class in high school and fell in love with it. Very Shelley-esque.
Another good choice. I read this for the first time just a month or so ago and enjoyed it quite a bit."Shipshape Home" by Richard Matheson could be considered a sci-fi horror as well. It's quite bleak and unnerving.
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