Enjoying Stranger Things near-constant homages to Stephen King's classic dog-eared eighties thrillers? Then go and nab a copy of the scream merchant's long-awaited collection of short stories, The Bazaar of Bad Dreams.
It features twenty deep-cuts that you probably haven't read before, including "Orbits", which won a 2016 Edgar Award for best short story.
You can feel it, can't you? That screenplay of yours, punching at the walls of your brain box, aching for freedom and the chance to make guaranteed box office billions.
The London Screenwriters' Festival is here to help that long-held dream become a reality. For three days, over 1,000 screenwriters, filmmakers, producers, practitioners, actors and executives congregate to share ideas and hear pitches.
It's nearly 400 quid, which is a bit steep, we'll admit – but then, you're bound to at least break even when your 'Robot Chimps in Space' screenplay gets picked up.