The group of misfits go up against shape shifting rock monsters that can transform your dead body into a new shape shifting rock monster.
Deep in the sewers of Las Vegas.
Then on to defending themselves against the egomaniac that is the leader of the vampires, namely Alexander the Great.
As the rock monsters swarm the proceedings in a bid for supremacy, Genghis Kahns granddaughter (great granddaughter?) shows up to fight beside her beloved Bill because she's insistent that he can't die until her marries her.
We still don't know where Dave took off to.
These are really throwing off my tentatively scheduled reads, so, as Bill would say, fuck it! LOL
Well I saw the film and the book and film are close cousins but honestly the film engaged me more. It's an interesting read with interesting characters, but doesn't add anything to the film experience.
I never thought that a film about propaganda films during world war II would be such a good experience but it was, the cast did a good job of interacting well and bringing the story to life, I cared about the characters and wanted them to succeed and it was the same with the book.