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The Fckin Black Sheep: Stephen King's Graveyard Shift (Video)

Directed by Ralph S. Singleton from a screenplay by John Esposito, the 1990 adaptation of Stephen King's short story GRAVEYARD SHIFT has a bad reputation, and I'll be honest - there were many years when I would have said that its reputation was justified. Although I gave the movie several viewings through the '90s, because it came on cable from time to time and I'm.
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