By Peter Kaufman I’m not a big fan of horror stories. I’ve never read Dracula, Frankenstein or even a Stephen King novel, and I don’t regularly watch movies full of chainsaws, ghostly figures, or creepy twins. But recently, I read.....
Topic: Authors My thesis here is a modest one: that prolificacy is sometimes inevitable, and has its place. The accepted definition — “producing much fruit, or foliage, or many offspring” — has an optimistic ring, at least to my ear. Not everyone feels that way. Show More Summary
Bruce Willis recently departed Woody Allen's new film, currently in production, purportedly because of his commitment to his role in the Broadway adaptation of Stephen King's Misery. (This remains a pretty unconvincing explanation.) Regardless, Variety reports that Allen has found a replacement for Willis in the form of Steve Carrel, who... More »
Your “to read” pile is about to get much more massive. This fall’s science fiction and fantasy books include new titles by legends like Margaret Atwood, Salman Rushdie, Stephen King, Jim Butcher and Tanya Huff. You’re not ready for this! Which is why we’re getting you ready, with our guide to fall books. Read more...
That's what Stephen King almost walked over and said to 2 old ladies who were sitting near him in a restaurant about 27 years ago, not long after he gave up drinking for good. The ladies were allowing their "half-finished glasses ofShow More Summary
Stephen King has created tons of villains and monsters over the past few decades. We decided to take a look back at some of the scariest ones! For the sake of clarity, I have specified if I am referring to the written or filmed incarnation of the mentioned monsters. Bloody Disgusting!USA email@example.com
"There are many unspoken postulates in literary criticism," writes the legendary author, "one being that the more one writes, the less remarkable one’s work is apt to be." And yet… Read the rest
How much you write isn’t a reflection of how well you write.
No one in his or her right mind would argue that quantity guarantees quality, but to suggest that quantity never produces quality strikes me as snobbish, inane and demonstrably untrue.
We think there might be more to this story! On Monday, it was reported that Bruce Willis exited Woody Allen's new film due to a scheduling conflict, as he's set to star in a Broadway adaptation of Stephen King's Misery! But suspicions were raised after the 60-year-old was seen on set yesterday, and was clearly filming a [...]
Bruce Willis has exited Woody Allen’s newest film, though the reasons why remain ambiguous. Deadline reported that Willis left due to a scheduling conflict, as he’s set to star in a Broadway adaptation of Stephen King’s Misery (he’s playing the writer, not the psychotic nurse), but we’re not sure we... More »
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Every day, Watch This offers staff recommendations inspired by a new movie coming out that week. This week: With the fall movie season upon us, we wave goodbye to the warmer months with some of our favorite films about the end of summer. Show More Summary
After months of feuding on social media with WWE Superstar Stardust aka Cody Rhodes, ARROW star Stephen Amell made his WWE debut last night at SummerSlam, joining up with Neville to take on his newest foe and his partner, King Barrett. Although Amell took a beating for most of the match, he demonstrated some impressive […]
Amy Schumer will be there too.
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Guests include Amy Schumer, Elon Musk and Stephen King
Following his tag-team victory over Stardust and King Barrett, is the "Arrow" star planning to return for another round with the colorful supervillian?
The dedication page on Slasher Girls & Monster Boys, an enjoyable new collection of horror shorts, reads, “For everyone who read Stephen King when they were way too young.” It’s a funny inscription (proffered by anthology editor April Genevieve Tucholke), but it also slyly invites the potential young reader to read between the lines of the meaning. Show More Summary
The "Arrow" star showed his wrestling prowess as he teamed with Neville to battle Stardust and King Barrett at SummerSlam in Brooklyn.