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The Best Stephen King Movies to Stream on Netflix and Amazon

Most people would agree that renowned author Stephen King knows how to tell a story. So when his gripping tales began being turned into movies several decades ago, fans rushed to theaters to see if the films could live up to the books. Since 1976, there have been countless adaptations of King’s short stories and novels. And if you’re a fan of the master of horror, you probably enjoy watching the films produced from his source material.
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