Horror author Stephen King made his opinion of Maine Gov. Paul LePage very clear on Saturday. “Our governor, Paul LePage, is a bigot, a homophobe, and a racist. I think that about covers it,” King tweeted. LePage made news this week for claiming that most drug dealers are black or...
Novelist Stephen King called Maine Gov. Paul LePage (R) a “bigot, homophobe and a racist” on Saturday, after a week in which the governor made several inflammatory remarks. Our governor, Paul LePage, is a bigot, a homophobe, and a racist. Show More Summary
In hardcover:Blake Crouch’s Dark Matter is up one spot, finishing the week at number 14.Stephen King’s End of Watch is down two positions, ending the week at number 18.In paperback:Stephen King's Doctor Sleep is up one spot, finishing the week at number 9.
If you’re a horror fan, you know that Stephen King’s It is being adapted for the big screen — and you likely still have some lingering trauma from watching the 1990 TV adaptation. Those memories aren’t unfounded: The It miniseries is still disturbing as hell. What’s surprising is that it’s not just because of that clown. More »
We're still a good year out from the remake of Stephen King's horror classic It, but we're already having trouble containing our excitement. In recent weeks, we've been treated to a sneak peek of the new Pennywise, but that's not all!...Show More Summary
If you’re a horror fan, you know that Stephen King’s It is being adapted for the big screen—and you likely still have some lingering trauma from watching the 1990 TV adaptation. Those memories aren’t unfounded: the It miniseries is still disturbing as hell. What’s surprising is that it’s not just because of that goddamn clown. Read more...
In one of my more epic Bad Decisions Book Club moments I decided to read The Disappearance at Devil’s Rock by Paul Tremblay (the author that scared Stephen King) immediately before my husband left town for a week. Cue me lying in bed...Show More Summary
Legendary horror author STEPHEN KING's short story "Batman & Robin Have An Altercation" has a new lease on life.
This is the first full reveal of Pennywise the Dancing Clown's look from the upcoming Stephen King's It movie. Pennywise will be portrayed by 26-year old Bill Skarsgård, a departure from the 44-year old Tim Curry who played him in the 1990 television miniseries. Show More Summary
Growing up, if you saw the TV movie “It” based on the Stephen King book, there was just something about Pennywise the clown that scarred most of us pretty deeply. Maybe it was the John Wayne Gacy thing. Maybe it was the simple fact that clowns are scary as hell and Tim Curry nailed it. Show More Summary
Creepshow is one of the greatest horror anthologies of all time and depending on who you ask, maybe the greatest. Following a film like that up is risky business, but in 1987 Stephen King, George A. Romero and Tom Savini all returned to do just that and did so with great success with Creepshow 2! […]
Color me surprised or just plain out of touch and ignorant. I had no idea that in 2012, Stephen King -- perhaps one of the greatest modern American genre authors -- wrote a story that features Batman in a unique way. Yes, that's right. Show More Summary
Want to see concept art from Genndy Tartakovsky‘s abandoned Superman short? What is Stan Lee‘s favorite Marvel cinematic universe cameo? Did you know co-director Joe Russo originally had a cameo in Captain America: Civil War? Want to...Show More Summary
Master storyteller Stephen King is known for creating riveting tales with in-depth characters; King’s short story Batman and Robin Have an Altercation is a perfect example of this. The tale is a part of a collection of short stories called The Bazaar of Bad Dreams: Stories by Stephen King, and was released in 2015. Show More Summary
"Avatar" actor Stephen Lang reads "Batman and Robin Have an Altercation," a short story by novelist and horror icon Stephen King.
The filming of Stephen King’s novel-to-movie adaptation of It may be one of the most exciting and thrilling upcoming features for horror fans but it seems like Toronto residents aren’t exactly feeling the same way. In fact, they’re outright upset and have even voiced their frustrations by complaining to the city. Local resident Nick Shcherban […]
Batman has had many great writers pen stories about him for decades, however, most of these authors have been comic book writers. It is rare when a novelist writes anything about a superhero, […]
The newly-established Selected Shorts podcast is where all the Selected Shorts stories with curse words, sexual situations, and descriptions of violence can find a home away from the FCC regulations that. In Episode 2, Stephen King delivers an "intense story about family, love, and dying" called “Batman and Robin Have an Altercation."
NPR‘s Too Hot For Radio podcast is worth checking out, it’s full of interesting things that couldn’t make the radio because of adult language, situations, and violence. One such item was actor Stephen Lang (Avatar, Terra Nova) reading Batman and Robin Have an Altercation, a short story found in Stephen King‘s The Bazaar of Bad Dreams. […]