A Q. and A. with the best-selling novelist, who talks about what scares him and why he wants to be known for more than horror stories.
Now, before you grab your pitchforks and torches, understand that this version of Stephen King’s Misery is actually a New York broadway performance. Starring Bruce Willis as novelist Paul Sheldon and Laurie Metcalf as Annie Wilkes, the broadway production, which opens November 15th, is directed by Will Frears. King’s story follows a novelist who is […]
LONDON — A British publishing house is promoting the release of Stephen King's new book, The Bazaar of Bad Dreams, in the most Stephen King way possible — by asking people to send in descriptions of their strangest nightmares so they...Show More Summary
Clowns. There's something unsettling about that cakey makeup, those blood-red noses, those gigantic shoes (what do they hide in there anyway?) And, if you're familiar with Pennywise from Stephen King's It, Zeebo from Are You Afraid of...Show More Summary
To a surprising extent, King tries to play it straight in his new collection.
With women of a certain age and temperament, tea was more effective than wine when it came to loosening the tongue.- STEPHEN KING, Wizard and Glass (Canada, USA, Europe).
Stephen King has got nothing on Mother Goose.
If every Nov. 1, you're hit with sadness because Halloween lasts but one day, The Stanley Hotel is about to make all your nightmares — er, dreams come true. The infamous hotel that inspired Stephen King to write "The Shining" is planning...Show More Summary
In Page To Screen, we compare a movie to the book that spawned it. The analysis goes into deep detail about specific plot points—in other words, you’ve been warned. Stephen King’s The Shining (1977), Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining (1980)...Show More Summary
Coming November 3rd is “The Bazaar of Bad Dreams“, a new collection of short stories from legendary horror author Stephen King. While the majority of the works featured in the book have been published before, a few entries are in fact brand new works that have never before been released. To celebrate the upcoming release, […]
Every day, Watch This offers staff recommendations inspired by a new movie coming out that week. This week: Get in the holiday spirit with these horror anthology films, which offer several scary stories for the price of one. Cat’s Eye...Show More Summary
A short story vending machine. Carrie Brownstein talked to Noisey and SPIN about her memoir Hunger Makes Me a Modern Girl. The Los Angeles Review of Books interviewed Stephen King. Vulture shared a vocabulary list of the "$10 words" in...
Stephen Colbert may have a ways to go before he catches up to Jimmy Fallon in Late Night show popularity, but he's already the nerd king of their time slot. So, of course he'd have Supergirl's Melissa Benoist on to talk about the show following its premiere, and when the topic turns to the show's feminism, she's got exactly the right words.
The stars have begun to align on Broadway and the big winners are new plays in the box office ring: In one corner, Bruce Willis, making his Main Stem debut in William Goodman’s adaptation of Stephen King’s thriller Misery. In the other...Show More Summary
Like the author Stephen King, US Treasury Jacob Lew is trying to scare the hell out of people. The post Here’s Why Jack Lew Is A Shameless Fearmonger appeared first on The Wall Street Examiner. Follow the money! See and understand the...Show More Summary
The Stanley Hotel, famous for inspiring Stephen King to write The Shining, might become the world’s first horror-themed museum. Through a $24 million development, the hotel, located in Estes Park, Colorado, would transform into the Stanley Film Center, which would also feature a film archive and film production studio. Show More Summary
If I were to ask you what genre Stephen King writes in, what would be your answer? Odds are, your answer would be ‘horror,’ and to a large extent, you would be right on the money. Stephen King, however, might disagree. In an interview released today with the Los Angeles Review of Books, King spoke... Show More Summary
Stephen King was famously inspired by the Stanley Hotel of Estes Park, Colorado, and now, the hotel is looking to add on to their heritage as a horror destination: by adding on a museum dedicated to horror. Read more...
The Shining is a book written by famed horror author Stephen King, and in that novel, The Overlook Hotel is as haunted an establishment as they come, making itself home to whatever disgruntled souls might have been trapped on its grounds. Show More Summary
photo: Chance the Rapper (more by Tim Griffin) You can browse our full NYC show calendar for all of tonight's shows, but here are some highlights... Chance the Rapper, Hiatus Kaiyote, D.R.A.M., Towkio Metro Boomin @ Terminal 5 Chance the...