If only there was a good hockey mask emoji.
David Cronenberg talks hand tattoos, Stephen King, writing fantastic sex scenes, and being an author who loves the internet.
Grisham calls King his “former friend…who’s now just a mere acquaintance.”
Get busy living or get busy saying, “WTF?”
There’s nothing scary about being an avid reader. See how much time you’ve devoted to the impressive catalog of Stephen King books.
The prolific and frequently adapted writer has written an episode of CBS’ Under the Dome, but the series still diverges greatly from his original novel. As far as King is concerned, that’s part of the thrill of adaptation.
Ironically, this post does contain a Game Of Thrones spoiler.
Like so many genres that aren’t drama, horror is frequently overlooked at the Oscars. Here are some movies that should have been up for major awards, but were predictably ignored.
“I am your number-one fan.” <333
Some of the year’s lousiest movies and TV shows were the ones we were looking forward to the most.
Master of horror and writer extraordinaire Stephen King joined Twitter Friday. Here’s who he started following.
Carrie is joining a distinguished list of completely forgettable remakes.
But that hasn’t stopped people from trying. With As I Lay Dying in theaters and Griffin & Sabine in development, let’s take a look at 20 seemingly unfilmable books.
In the remake of the now-classic 1974 Stephen King film, Chloë Moretz plays a telekinetic teen who exacts revenge on her high school tormentors.
If you can relate to this list, you’re probably a resident of Chester’s Mill. Sorry about that dome.
Or at least bloody close to bloodless, see what I did there? Some spoiler alerts ahead!
With an author as prolific as Stephen King, it’s no surprise his universe is expansive — but did you know most of his works are connected to one another? Here are some of the craziest connections, from the surface-level to the ones you might have missed.
Now that CBS’ Under the Dome has rekindled an interest in the prolific author, let’s take a look at how some of his other novels and short stories might fare on the small screen.
Executive producers Brian K. Vaughan and Neal Baer spill discuss working with Stephen King and Steven Spielberg, what they consider to be the show’s big mysteries, and the surprise at the end of the pilot. Spoilers within!
There’s a lot on already — hello, crazy season of Real Housewives of New Jersey! But there is still plenty of great television to come. Here are 24 new and returning shows, arranged chronologically by premiere date.
There are some things we’ll never get over. WARNING: Spoilers for a whole mess of movies, TV shows, comics, and books — this is old news for most geeks, but proceed at your own discretion.
And one super villain. When Comic Book Resources put out the challenge to add comic characters to classic King stories, the results were spot on.
Today, Stephen King releases his 62nd book, “The Wind Through the Keyhole”, the eighth entry in his Dark Tower epic. But not all King works are created equal.
I wish I could tell you that tree fought the good fight, and the wind let it be. I wish I could tell you that. A violent wind storm in Mansfield, Ohio ripped asunder the tree where Andy hid the money for Red in ‘The Shawshank Redemption’ (with Ohio standing in for New England thanks to Hollywood voodoo). What’s next? Is the mouse from ‘Green Mile’ going to get crushed by a meteor?
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For your May 21st Rapture Film Festival. These are the best apocalyptic and post-apocalyptic films that have nothing to do with Michael Bay or Roland Emmerich. Since you’re going to be left behind in the tribulation and will have nothing better to do besides suffer famine and plague, add your own favorites in the comments below!
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Sent by an aspiring 14-year-old writer in 1961 to the editor of Spacemen Magazine. Hint: “My favorite feature is the Obituary department.”
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