13 days into October already and I somehow have yet to watch a Stanley Kubrick film or a Stephen King adaptation. Tonight’s review can at least knock both off those off the list, with The Shining, as the poster says a masterpiece of modern horror. I was probably WAY too young the first time I was exposed to this movie, and The Simpsons helped with that, but man does this still hold up as a benchma...[Read More]
Kino Lorber Studio Classics next big release will the Stephen King film Misery from Directory Rob Reiner and starring Oscar winner Kathy Bates. and Oscar nominee James Caan. It will be released on October 12th with a limited edition O-Card Slipcase. Check out the details below: 4KUHD DISC 1: HDR Dolby Vision Audio Commentary by Director Rob Reiner Audio Commentary by Screenwriter William Goldman 5...[Read More]
Scream Factory will release of Stephen King’s The Dead Zone in a Special Collector’s Edition Blu-ray, and if you order direct from them an exclusive poster. Scream Factory has set the release date for July 27th, 2021. What makes this release a little odd is this: NEW 2021 4K Scan Of The Original Camera Negative 4K scan, yet it’s coming to Blu-ray?!? Odd no? Anyway, here’s w...[Read More]
Paramount Players follow up to the reboot of Pet Sematary has found its director for the sequel to the 2019 horror film. This will be Lindsey Beer’s first time directing and it will premiere on Paramount+. Beer is best known for her writing, but jumped at the chance to direct. Source: Deadline
Fans of Stephen King’s IT and the TV series will be happy to see where director Andrés Muschietti is taking the author’s story IT. Bill Skarsgård plays the creepy clown Pennywise. EW showcased the sinister image earlier today. Have a look below: You’ll have to wait until September 8, 2017 to see Pennywise in action.
Next to LOTR, Stephen King’s, ‘The Dark Tower,’ is one of my favorite all time epics! A mix of LOTR, King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table, and Sergio Leone’s – A Man With No Name Trilogy of movies this is THE unfilmable series. We are not talking about adapting a mere three books here. This series is comprised of seven books! How could a movie trilogy ...[Read More]