Classic SF Stories that Spawned Classic SF Movies!
Here are the original magazine stories, "The Cosmic Frame" and "Deadly City," both by famed science fiction writer-editor Paul W. Fairman, that became Invasion of the Saucer-Men and Target Earth when they were filmed in the 1950s. If you love classic exploitation SF films, then you have to read this pair of stories that inspired two of the most memorable movies of their era. It's like a drive-in movie double feature in an eBook.
Plus, just like a drive in movie, there's a selected short subject for a bonus: the Fairman short that became famous on Rod Serling's The Twilight Zone as "People Are the Same All Over."
In "The Cosmic Frame," a teenage boy and his girlfriend, hit something very strange while driving home from a date one night. They call their parents for help. In a switch, their parents believe them. And that's where the trouble starts.
In "Deadly City," a group of average people find themselves alone in a deserted city stalked by an unseen deadly force. As the tension mounts, each person's character is revealed.
And in the bonus story, "Brothers Beyond the Void," which was dramatized on The Twilight Zone as "People Are the Same All Over," an astronaut discovers that the aliens he encounters aren't so different from Earth people, after all.
This eBook edition also includes an introduction and filmography for all three stories.