We’d like to wish Stephen King a very happy birthday today by highlighting some of his most memorable movie moments. The now 68-year-old author has inspired many great and some not-so-great adaptations and original works, and we look forward to many more.
King’s first published novel, Carrie, was also the first of his works to become a movie, which was directed by Brian De Palma. We can probably thank King… Continue reading Celebrate Stephen King's Birthday with These Great Movie Moments
The Mist is the kind of movie that hasn’t gotten a totally fair shake over the years. A few dodgy bits of CGI and an ending that was both shocking and different from Stephen King’s original story have held it back, but for my money Frank Darabont’s movie about ordinary people caught up in an extremely unordinary scenario is still an entertaining, smart… Continue reading Reel TV: Stephen King's 'The Mist' Gets a Series From the Makers of 'Scream'
Spoiler alert: Stephen Merchant wrapped up his one-season wonder Hello Ladies with a movie Nov. 22 on HBO. His character, Stuart, finally learned to appreciate his real friends (as opposed to men who could get him closer to models) and ended up with his roommate, Jessica (Christine Woods). Merchant answered a few of our burning questions about the movie’s most memorable scenes:
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Author Stephen King has had a long and illustrious career spinning tales of terror that keep readers awake long into the night. The man is arguably the biggest name in the world of publishing, and many of his books have been translated to big… Continue reading The Last Horror Blog: The 10 Best Stephen King Movies
Focus: The first photos from upcoming romance Focus tease at the chemistry between Will Smith and Margot Robbie (The Wolf of Wall Street). Smith stars as a veteran con artist who shares his expertise with Robbie before they separate; when they reunite, Robbie may be more than a match for Smith. The movie hits theaters on February 27. [USA Today]