Stephen King Horror-thon

Stephen King Horror-Thon: Rose Red (2002)

2002's Rose Red television miniseries revolves around a haunted mansion that has a mind of its own-- rearranging its architecture, adding new rooms as...

Stephen King Horror-Thon: Storm of the Century (1999)

In 1999, Stephen King skipped the novel and went straight to writing the screenplay-- with the Craig R. Baxley-directed miniseries, Storm of the Century....

Stephen King Horror-Thon: Apt Pupil (1998)

Horror movie fans are no stranger to Nazi imagery. Dead Snow, Outpost, Green Room, and Overlord (which comes out later this year) are all...

Stephen King Horror-Thon: The Shining (1997)

Because of its reputation as the inferior adaptation of Stephen King's 1977 psychological horror novel of the same name, I never had an interest in...

Stephen King Horror-Thon: Dolores Claiborne (1995)

Dolores Claiborne is not your typical Stephen King film. The 1992 novel, unlike most of King's literature, contains no chapters, double-spacing between paragraphs, or other...

Stephen King Horror-Thon: The Stand (1994)

Of all the Stephen King horror adaptations on this list, The Stand is perhaps the most ripe for a remake. Released in 1994, this...

Stephen King Horror-Thon: The Dark Half (1993)

In 1993, horror fans got another George A Romero - Stephen King collaboration in the form of The Dark Half, which was adapted from King's...

Stephen King Horror-Thon: Misery (1990)

Like Stephen King's best work, Misery works on several levels. It excels as a dark comedy, a psychological thriller, a sadistic horror movie, and...

Stephen King Horror-Thon: It (1990)

Director Tommy Lee Wallace (Halloween III: Season of the Witch and Fright Night Part 2) had a challenging road ahead when signed on to...

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