The prolific author, who just turned 69, is responsible for making your movies and TV shows eerie and your books bizarre.
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You can now download Stephen King's Lisey's Story for only 1.99$ here.Here's the blurb:The “haunting…tender, intimate book that makes an epic interior journey” (The New York Times), Lisey’s Story is a literary masterpiece—an extraordinarily...Show More Summary
The trailer for King Cobra starts off unsettlingly enough. A young Sean Paul Lockhart (Garrett Clayton) is being seduced on grainy video, encouraged to remove his clothes for the man behind the camera, Stephen (played with an arachnid oiliness by Christian Slater). Show More Summary
In 19th-century Ireland, a nurse is hired to watch a girl on a suspicious religious fast in Emma Donoghue’s “The Wonder.”
Can you write? If so, then you can make big money online. Now, I'm not talking about writing like Shakespeare, Stephen King or James Patterson. I'm not even talking about writing with such perfect grammar that your high school English...Show More Summary
“I’m 100 percent behind it — which doesn’t mean it necessarily will work, just that it’s a good way to try and to get into these stories.” – Stephen King. In February of […]
Prior to this decision, Little, Brown and Company had scheduled the novel to be released on November 1.
A photo from the set of Andy Muschietti’s book-to-film adaptation of Stephen King’s It has snuck its way online and can be seen below. The grainy photo of a video village TV monitor shows Bill Skarsgard’s Pennywise recoiling as though in pain or surprise. Then again, it could a split moment before he explodes into […]
While working on getting an adaptation of Stephen King's novel GERALD'S GAME set up at Netflix, Mike Flanagan - whose movie HUSH was praised by King when it was released on Netflix earlier this year - may also be about to delve...Show More Summary
World famous horror fiction author, Stephen King, spent time talking about his fear of Donald Trump as a president. King was interviewed by Ron Charles of the Washington Post on
(Image Link) Stephen King has written about a bajillion stories, and there have been nearly as many movie and TV adaptations made of his works, about one or more a year since the 80s. With so many of his works being adapted each year there are bound to be some stinkers, but King's opinion on those movie adaptations may surprise you. Show More Summary
Dental care is often necessary, especially for young children. However, the way Dr. Howard Schneider allegedly used it made him the thing of nightmares. Child abuse on this level comes shy of the things you see in Stephen King’s horror stories, as the writer uses children in them a lot. Show More Summary
Everyone thought it was some kind of mass kid-hysteria inspired by marketing for the new version of Stephen King's IT, but guess what! There was an evil clown after all! Kentucky police have arrested a man dressed as a clown lurkingShow More Summary
It’s a good time to be a Stephen King reader. In the same year, we’ll be getting adaptations of two popular pieces of work from him. As we reported earlier this week, The Dark Tower is set to get both a film adaptation in 2017, and a TV adaptation in 2018. Show More Summary
After some hard thinking, bestselling author James Patterson has come to the conclusion that publishing a thriller about the attempted killing of one of your authorial contemporaries maybe isn’t the best idea in the world. It presumably seems like a fantastic idea on first, second, and third thought. Show More Summary
If you're not up on the literary works of Stephen King, this one might require a bit of explanation: an adaptation of King's novella HEARTS IN ATLANTIS has been announced, but it's not a remake of the 2001 King-based movie...Show More Summary
Stephen King's IT Part One will be released on September 8, 2017 The post Stephen King’s IT Remake Wraps Production, New Image appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Good news: James Patterson has called off his (fictional) hit on Stephen King. Patterson canceled the publication of his novel The Murder of Stephen King after deciding that he did not want to cause King and his family "any discomfort" given that fans have reportedly "disrupted the King household in the past." ... More »