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Whatever Happened To The Kids From It?

One of the most celebrated cinematic interpretations of Stephen King is the two-film adaptation of his seminal horror novel “It.” Directed by Andy Muschietti, with the movies released in 2017 and 2019, “It” follows the twisted coming-of-age of a group of childhood friends in Derry, Maine. While the seven kids are harassed by neighborhood bully […]

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Stephen King’s Favorite Movies: 25 Films the Author Wants You to See

Stephen King is a tastemaker of terror. Ever since breaking out with “Carrie” — the sordid tale of a telekinetic teenager adapted into Brian De Palma’s 1976 classic starring Sissy Spacek — the horror author has had a hand in shaping our nightmares.With dozens of novels, novellas, and short stories to his name, the 75-year-old […]

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‘The Boogeyman’ Poster Puts a Retro Spin on the Rob Savage Horror Movie

Save a spot in your film collection (or at the back of your closet) for The Boogeyman’s arrival on October 10. Now available for digital viewing, Rob Savage’s recent adaptation of Stephen King’s beloved novel will be making its way onto a physical release and into your home in just one week. To celebrate the […]

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Pet Sematary: Bloodlines review – pointless horror prequel

Stephen King’s small-town horror gets a competently made yet thoroughly unnecessary new chapter, an easily skippable Halloween time-wasterThe stratification of streaming content, divided up by individual studio, forced the manic plundering of back catalogues, turning any old property into a new way to lure in subscribers. It was a mostly cursed tactic, leaving us with […]

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There’s Only One Thing Stephen King Hates as Much as Kubrick’s ‘The Shining’

We all know that Stephen King hates the 1980 movie adaptation of The Shining, but there’s one thing that he hates more than what Stanley Kubrick did to his novel and that’s the documentary Room 237. The 2012 doc, which speculates on The Shining‘s hidden meanings, is one of the most fascinating examples of the […]

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‘Lord of the Flies’ Remake Producer Calls Luca Guadagnino’s Film Scary & Fresh

Lindsey Anderson Beer is no stranger to a good bit of IP. Known best for her work as a writer behind projects including Netflix’s Sierra Burgess Is a Loser, the scribe will soon make her directorial debut with Paramount+’s Pet Sematary: Bloodlines. The film will serve as a prequel telling of the story and movie, […]

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