That time the director of TEXAS CHAIN SAW helmed a Stephen King TV Movie and it turned out to be genuinely terrifying. Read more...
Author Stephen King has a message for people who voted for President Donald Trump and still support him. I say this gently and kindly: If you voted for Trump and still think he's doing a good job, you haven't been paying attention. —...Show More Summary
This really has been the year for Stephen King adaptations. First, we have THE DARK TOWER hitting us in August, then IT in September, then Spike TV's THE MIST, GERALD'S GAME, and, of course, the TV series based on his novel MR. Show More Summary
Production got underway earlier this year on AT&T Audience Network’s drama series “Mr. Mercedes,“ based on the same-named Stephen King novel published in 2014. We don’t yet have a premiere date but we understand it’s headed our way sometime in the fall. While we may not know when we’ll see it, it seems that King himself has […]
We’re eagerly anticipating the arrival of a trailer for director Nikolaj Arcel’s Stephen King adaptation The Dark Tower, which is headed to theaters this coming August. Yes, that’s less than four months away, and we somehow still haven’t seen anything more than some stills and a poster. The wait continues. But maybe this little tidbit […]
Sabo was lashing out against Jenner's interview with Tucker Carlson on Fox News.
The 2016 Black List, the annual list of popular unproduced screenplays voted for by Hollywood development executives, was crawling with biopics (two (2!) of which were about Stephen King) but one stood apart: Blond Ambition, by Elyse Hollander. Show More Summary
The right-wing street artist Sabo superimposed the face of trans reality star Caitlyn Jenner over the body of the demonic clown in the Stephen King novel.
Directors John Campopiano and Justin White initially intended to photograph the sets, shown in Stephen King's Pet Sematary. Finding enough material, they spent five years developing their documentary, titled Unearthed and Untold: The Path to Pet Sematary. Show More Summary
Hulu seems to be locking down some great content from the Stephen King clan. In addition to 11.22.63, which hit the streaming service last year, they also have the upcoming show Castle Rock, which serves as kind of a shared universe of some of King’s novels and novellas. Show More Summary
It's a great time to be a Stephen King fan. The reboot of It hits theaters on Sept. 8. A new TV series for Hulu titled Castle Rock, based on King's stories, is in development from J.J. Abrams. And a semi-adaptation/sequel to what many...Show More Summary
Anticipation for Andrés Muschietti’s adaptation of Stephen King’s iconic novel It is higher than ever, and in case you couldn’t tell we just love posting about it here on Bloody Disgusting (see here, here and here….or just see all of our coverage here). I’m currently in the middle of re-reading the Bible-sized novel (at the 42% mark, woo hoo!) in preparation […]
The latest King adaptation is probably going to break all kinds of records. Set for release on September 8th, Andy Muschietti’s adaptation of Stephen King’s IT is unquestionably one of 2017’s most talked about and hotly anticipated films. In fact, it can already brag about breaking a pretty impressive record. As we told you last […]
Romero almost made more movies than he did make over the years. You may remember that Cary Fukunaga (“True Detective”) was originally attached to direct this year’s feature adaptation of Stephen King’s IT – of course, that didn’t work out, which led to Andy Muschietti (Mama) being brought in to take over. Similarly, the man who […]
Part of the reason Stranger Things hit Netflix like an atom bomb last year is because it was an aggressive assault of 1980s nostalgia. Homages to John Carpenter and Steven Spielberg lay just around every spooky corner. Perhaps the most...Show More Summary
Stephen King’s busier than ever these days. He’s got numerous books on the horizon, film adaptations of It, The Dark Tower, and Gerald’s Game in the works, and whatever J.J. Abrams’ Castle Rock ends up being. Though there’s never been...Show More Summary
Butcher Billy is a Brazilian artist who caught a lot of buzz online for his illustration series called "Stephen King's Stranger Love Songs." The series turns classic love songs into clever horror paperback covers, some of which are pictured above. Joy Division's "Love Will Tear Us Apart," the Police's "Every Breath You Take," Bonnie Tyler's…
After assuring Late Show host Stephen Colbert he’s the very first person to tell him his MSNBC show’s name, “All In” sounds vaguely sexual – leading to a discussion Colbert forecast would not get past the CBS Decency Policy – Chris Hayes...Show More Summary
Artist Butcher Billy brilliantly reimagined 1970s and 1980s songs about the dark side of love as if they were Stephen King paperback covers from the era. The series is titled Stranger Love Things.
Most of Stephen King’s stories have been adapted at least once over the years, but the same cannot be said for Gerald’s Game. The suspense novel, released in 1982, was long considered to be completely “unfilmable,” but that all changes when Netflix unleashes its Mike Flanagan-directed adaptation later this year. The film, according to its […]