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Misery (1990)

by  |  August 9th, 2017  |  Horror

Misery (1990)

In the modern day, one of the big problems for celebrities is, ‘stalkers’ and so they end up spending several thounsands of dollars every year on protecting themselves! But when your #1 fan is also a psychopath… Well that is Paul Sheldon’s (Caan) nightmare!


Anthony LaPaglia Is Working On, ‘A Good Marriage’

by  |  August 27th, 2013  |  News

Anthony LaPaglia Is Working On, 'A Good Marriage'

Anthony LaPaglia Is Working On, ‘A Good Marriage’


New, ‘Carrie’ Comic-Con Banner Revealed!

by  |  July 16th, 2013  |  News

New, 'Carrie' Comic-Con Banner Revealed!

New, ‘Carrie’ Comic-Con Banner Revealed!


Now Available On iTunes: ‘Carrie: The Musical’

by  |  September 25th, 2012  |  News

Now Available On iTunes: 'Carrie: The Musical'

Carrie: The Musical takes King’s story of a troubled teenager and sets it to a pop/rock score that is intense, stirring, profound and, ultimately, heartbreaking. One can virtually see the show in the mind’s eye while listening to the song-cycle.


Stephen King will perform at the El Rey Theater in Los Angeles on June 22nd

by  |  June 18th, 2012  |  News

Stephen King will perform at the El Rey Theater in Los Angeles on June 22nd

Rock legend Stephen King will be “The Shining” star when he takes the stage in a band that consists of fellow authors, including Matt Groening and Dave Barry. Either you get “IT” or you don’t.


Christine (1983)

by  |  April 16th, 2012  |  Horror

Christine (1983)

The big screen adaption of the Stephen King novel of the same name, tells the story of a nerd who after getting a sleek and stylized car ends up getting more then what he bargained for when everyone around him discovers there is more then meets the eye when it comes to this Plymouth Fury by the name of, ‘Christine’ and people start dying around this nerd!


A New Carrie For A New Generation…

by  |  January 4th, 2012  |  News

A New Carrie For A New Generation...

According to Comingsoon:  Stephen King must be really quite happy these days, what with his books continuing to be made or remade on to the big screen! We already reported to you about the upcoming remake to the wildly successful TV Mini-series, The Stand… Now it looks like the next of King’s creations to be […]


Top 10 Horror Movies With Killer Machines…

by  |  November 25th, 2011  |  Blog

Top 10 Horror Movies With Killer Machines...

A couple of months ago I did a recommendation for the movie, Videodrome (1983), with James Woods (Cat’s Eye). Now this movie told the story of how a killer (supposedly live) TV series was killing people… Now Videodrome turned out to be a truly fantastic film, and it got me to thinking of the other […]


Secret Window (2004)

by  |  November 20th, 2011  |  Thriller

Secret Window (2004)

Morton Rainey is a once successful writer, with a beautiful wife… A life that was going very much on track… That is until one day when he discovered that the love of his life was cheating on him, and wanted a divorce… Now Morton’s life is spinning out of control. He has bad writer’s block, he essentially lives like a hermit in the cabin that he lives in, in rural Maine. His life is spinning out of control, until one day when a man stops by the cabin, trying to take his Rainey’s writing career away from him as well! Now Morton, who decides to protect his career, will head down a path that will change his life and the lives of everyone around him forever!


The Dark Tower On The Big & Small Screen?

by  |  October 26th, 2011  |  News

The Dark Tower On The Big & Small Screen?

It is my pleasure to announce that according to Fangoria, it looks like Stephen King’s epic tale of the last Gunslinger and his attempt to find his ‘White Whale’ in the Dark Tower looks like it might be a go in both the TV and Movie form! Here is what Brian Grazer (who is producing […]


Showtime Likes Being Under The Dome.

by  |  August 30th, 2011  |  News

Showtime Likes Being Under The Dome.

That’s right folks, according to Comingsoon: Stephen King (Carrie) and Steven Speilberg (Terra Nova) are working together to adapt the novel that was originally written by Mr. King for the small screen called, Under The Dome…. The series which has recently found a home on Showtime will tell the story of a small vacation town […]


Stephen King’s New Book Tour!

by  |  August 1st, 2011  |  News

Stephen King's New Book Tour!

That’s right folks according to Booksigningcentral: Stephen King, one of the most prolific American horror authors around today, having written dozens upon dozens of novels such as, Gerald’s Game, Thinner, The Mangler, Children Of The Corn, among literally dozens upon dozens of other books (of course with his more well known books being, Carrie, The […]


Michael Green To Write Small Screen Adaption Of Stephen King’s ‘Under The Dome’

by  |  May 23rd, 2011  |  News

Michael Green To Write Small Screen Adaption Of Stephen King's 'Under The Dome'

According to ShockTillYouDrop: Writer Michael Green, the writer of such sure fire successes as the upcoming movie Green Lantern with Ryan Reynolds (Buried) and Blake Lively (Gossip Girl), and another up and comer (The River) with Bruce Greenwood (Young Justice) and Leslie Hope (Off The Map) has recently been tapped to pen the script for […]


Stephen King Speaks Up About New ‘Carrie’ Remake.

by  |  May 20th, 2011  |  News

Stephen King Speaks Up About New 'Carrie' Remake.

According to EW: Over the years, there has been word of many remakes of old Stephen King movies, such movies as The Stand, which we reported on earlier this year, as well as the classic movie It, along with others… The latest in the rumor mill though is Carrie (1976). Stephen King’s mid 1970s novel, […]


The Hollywood Draw: People Who Gravitate To The Industry

by  |  April 21st, 2011  |  Blog

The Hollywood Draw: People Who Gravitate To The Industry

California has drawn people from all over the place for centuries, rather it be the music/movie industry of today in Hollywood, or the pioneering spirit of the Miner 49’s of the 18th century or even people driven to the Spanish Mission that comprised LA before that! In this case I thought that I would mention […]


Tiny Heros and Heroines: The Forgotten Children of Horror.

by  |  March 3rd, 2011  |  Blog

Tiny Heros and Heroines: The Forgotten Children of Horror.

We all remember a little Corey Feldman (Stand by Me) and Corey Haim (The Goonies) in The Lost Boys (1987) or Linda Blair as the possessed little Regan McNeil in The Exorcist (1973).  But there are a ton of other Children who have had a prolific and oft times forgotten impact in the Horror Move […]


Dark Tower Producer have mentally decided on their star.

by  |  March 2nd, 2011  |  News

Dark Tower Producer have mentally decided on their star.

According to Starpulse.com: Javier Bardem, one of the stars of the Academy Award winning movie No Country For Old Men has been chosen to play the role of Roland Deschain in the upcoming movie based on the Stephen King movie, The Dark Tower. Brian Grazer who is the producer on this piece told MTV News […]


New Pet Sematary project is very much alive.

by  |  February 8th, 2011  |  News

New Pet Sematary project is very much alive.

That’s right folks, according Horror-Movie.ca: It has been proposed for years that the book that Stephen King originally wrote and was later turned in to a movie with Dale Midkiff, Fred Gwynne and Denise Crosby, ‘Pet Sematary’ be remade in to an updated version of the story.  With that said, it has recently been opened […]


Stephen King’s thought’s about the upcoming ‘The Stand’ Movie.

by  |  February 4th, 2011  |  News

Stephen King's thought's about the upcoming 'The Stand' Movie.

According to The Hollywood Reporter who broke the story on monday: Warner Bros and CBS Films are teaming up to create a big screen adaption of Stephen Kings novel ‘The Stand.’ What does the Master of literary horror, Stephen King have to say about it? “I didn’t know anything about the remake until I read […]


Novels and Their Big Screen Adaptations

by  |  January 19th, 2011  |  Blog

Novels and Their Big Screen Adaptations

I was sitting here writing a recommendation for the movie Carrie, relishing the experience of remembering just how much I not only enjoyed watching Carrie, but also reading Stephen King’s novel. Carrie is a great example of the power and impact that novels still have on people and how their big screen adaptions can retain […]


Carrie (1976)

by  |  January 14th, 2011  |  Horror

Carrie (1976)

Carrie White is the girl that everyone loves to hate. She is the creepy girl who lives in the creepy house with her wacko mom. Carrie wishes she could be forgotten until the night she will never be forgotten for

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