The Kill in a Stephen King Movie That Is So Stupid, It’s Brilliant

Stephen King is without a doubt one of the greatest creators in horror history.

His novels are some of the most successful in the horror genre and have gone on to spawn film adaptations that stand the test of time.

Contributions such as Carrie, The Shining, Cujo, and It are among some of his most memorable, and are pure nightmare fuel.

But he also has some lesser-known works, some that slipped under the radar, and some that time has purposefully forgotten.

1992’s Sleepwalkers is among these lesser-known King works, though whether it’s underrated or purposely ignored depends on who you ask.

Sleepwalkers was the first King film not to be based on one of his novels — he wrote it solely as a screenplay.

The result is a hilariously cheesy flick, that’s more fun than serious scares.

But one of its highlights is that it holds one of the…

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