I agree with the people who are saying that trying to make a film from a specific game is difficult because everyone comes away from a game with a different experience of it, thus anyone who goes to see a film made from a game expecting to see exactly what they experienced will walk away disappointed, and from what I've read over the years that is exactly the attitude that most people seem to take when going to see a film based off a game. So I'd like to see a film set in the universe of a game, rather than trying to replicate the events of the game as played. For this treatment I chooses the Zork universe, of course what the film would actually be about eludes me at the moment, but the universe gives plenty of scope to make a good film in; and of course plenty of scope for a bad one too. Leaving the topic for a minute Sky One here in the UK are going to be showing Hogfather in two, two hour parts over Christmas, so I'd imagine it will turn up elsewhere in the world at some point... or you know on the torrent sites. Wikipedia Page, IMDB Page, and a website with some production photos. In a strange scheduling twist Sky appear to have chosen to show the making of program before the actual mini-series. Radio Times program details.