In hardcover:Stephen King's Revival is up one position, ending the week at number 3.Haruki Murakami's The Strange Library is down one spot, finishing the week at number 9.Anne Rice's Prince Lestat is up three positions, ending the week...Show More Summary
Turner Classic Movies (TCM) announced it will celebrate Halloween this year with the King - Stephen King. In the documentary A Night at the Movies: The Horrors of Stephen King, author and filmmaker Laurent Bouzereau will chat with the horror master about the classic scary films that influenced him the most. Premiering Monday, Oct. Show More Summary
We mentioned the Oct. 3 TCM documentary called A Night at the Movies: The Horrors of Stephen King, where author and filmmaker Laurent Bouzereau will chat with the horror master about the classic scary films that influenced him the most. Show More Summary
After paying a visit to George Mason University in D.C. last weekend, where he read an excerpt of the in-progress book, Stephen King officially announced he's working on Dr. Sleep, the sequel to The Shining. According to his site, the...Show More Summary
Don't know if it's only a Boxing Day sale, but you can now get your hands on Stephen King's Doctor Sleep for only 3.75$ here.Here's the blurb:Stephen King returns to the character and territory of one of his most popular novels ever,...Show More Summary
Location: The Nuart Theatre, 11272 Santa Monica Boulevard, West Los Angeles, CA 90025 Link out: Click here Date: January 23, 2015 at midnight Description: Stanley Kubrick’s horror masterpiece, adapted from the Stephen King novel, screens at midnight as part of the Nuart’s Cine Insomnia series.
This quiz goes out to all of the ladies that frequent Bloody-Disgusting! Well, it’s not just for the ladies but that’s where this quiz’s intentions are definitely set. We all know that acclaimed horror author Stephen King writes incredibly scary and skin-tingling stories of the macabre and gruesome variety. Oftentimes, the protagonist of these stories […]
In hardcover:Stephen King's Revival maintains its position at number 4.Haruki Murakami's The Strange Library debuts at number 8.Anne Rice's Prince Lestat is down four positions, ending the week at number 14.Patrick Rothfuss' The Slow Regard of Silent Things maintains its position at number 20.In paperback:Laurell K. Show More Summary
It's not every day that an author gets involved directly with the affairs of a film that doesn't involve their own work whatsoever. Every now and then you'll see someone like Stephen King buy out showings of a film like 28 Days Later so he can make sure the house is packed with moviegoers who wouldn't normally seek such a film out. Show More Summary
photo by Francois de Halleux Every year or so, I re-read Stephen King’s The Stand and Bag of Bones. King may not be master wordsmith or inspiration by your reckoning, but he is by mine. I love those books. I don’t read these novels for enjoyment anymore, however; I read them to study King’s storytelling. Show More Summary
For a certain generation of Stephen King fans, who read his stories at a tender age, there’s few things scarier than Pennywise the Clown. If you need to identify one of these fans, all you need to do is sneak up behind them and whisper...Show More Summary
In hardcover:Stephen King's Revival is down two spots, finishing the week at number 4.Anne Rice's Prince Lestat is up three positions, ending the week at number 7.In paperback:Andy Weir's The Martian is up two spots, finishing the week at number 5 (trade paperback)George R. Show More Summary
When bibliophiles think of horror, typically names like Stephen King, Anne Rice, and R.L. Stine come to mind. How about Peggy Parish? Dorkly.com editor-in-chief Andrew Bridgman and comics creator Andy Kluthe collaborated on a parodyShow More Summary
Ok, this guy really likes Tolkien, I guess.
The Orlando Magic weathered a six-game West Coast road trip to start the month, where they finished a surprising 3-3. They took down the Phoenix Suns, Utah Jazz and a DeMarcus Cousins-less Sacramento Kings team and were one Stephen Curry...Show More Summary
Five tales that blur reality to some degree, featuring Stephen King and Ramsey Campbell, amongst others. Review by Christopher Shultz Bookshots: Pumping new life into the corpse of the book revie Title: Dark Screams: Volume One Who Wrote It? Stephen King, Kelley Armstrong, Bill Pronzini, Simon Clark and Ramsey Campbell. Show More Summary
I'm a fan of "Under the Dome", the successful CBS series from the all-star combination of Executive Producers Steven Spielberg and Stephen King, and today we have a cool peek at how some of the shows special effects were...Show More Summary
After years in development, a big-screen version of Stephen King’s It is set to start production in the spring. Producer Dan Lin said in an interview that It will be his next project. True Detective director Cary Fukunaga will direct the film. Show More Summary
As the middleclass lives out the tale spun by Stephen King’s Thinner, we might find ourselves picking up a dystopian novel to relive our despondent youths. In other words, if you feel angry about the current political milieu, then you just might be a dystopian author.
It's exciting news for Stephen King fans, and terrifying news for everyone with a fear of clowns: The master of horror's 1986 novel "It" is finally headed to the big screen, reports Vulture. Filming on the long-discussed project will begin next summer. The book will be adapted into two films,...