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After The Nun, Here Are 5 More Horror Characters Who Deserve Spin-Off Movies

The Nun, a prequel delving into the antagonist first introduced in The Conjuring 2, is scaring audiences in cinemas now—just the latest project spawned by the spooky franchise (lest we forget, a third Annabelle movie is now in the works). Now that horror spinoffs are all the rage, we have a few suggestions beyond the Conjuring films for Hollywood to consider. Read More >>

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Patrick Wilson Stars in the Latest Stephen King Adaptation For Netflix

Stephen King adaptations are everywhere these days, from cinemas to network TV to streaming services. Netflix in particular is dabbling in original movies. Two are already on the service – Gerald’s Game and 1922 – and a third is now on the way. Read More >>

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Creepshow Is Being Resurrected on TV Thanks to The Walking Dead’s Greg Nicotero

The nostalgia revival train keeps on chugging. This time it’s George A. Romero and Stephen King’s ‘80s anthology Creepshow. It’s being turned into a television show this time and it has the perfect creator attached. Read More >>

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The Remake of Stephen King’s Firestarter Just Landed a New Director

It feels like almost every single day, a new Stephen King property moves forward in Hollywood. Yesterday, it was The Boogeyman. A few weeks ago, it was the sequel to The ShiningDoctor Sleep. Now, the remake of Firestarter has taken a jump forward by landing acclaimed director Fatih Akin. Read More >>

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A Reminder of the Many, Many Stephen King Adaptations That Are Currently in the Works

This week, Media Rights Capital revealed it commissioned a 10-episode adaptation of crime thriller The Outsider by an author who has seemingly become the most desirable man in Hollywood lately: Stephen King. A lot of King’s work is currently in the process of being remade for television and film — so here’s a reminder of just what’s in store. Read More >>

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In the Wake of It’s Success, Yet Another Stephen King Story is Becoming a Movie

Stephen King’s words have been made into dozens of movies—and, after It’s blockbuster success, most people assumed that even more would get the big-screen treatment. They just couldn’t have guessed it would happen so quickly. Read More >>

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Stephen King Says Focus on That Creepy It Sex Scene is ‘Fascinating’

Stephen King’s It is an upsetting novel. Sometimes for the wrong reasons. Most notably, there’s the icky and inexplicable sex scene between the boys of the Loser’s Club and their one female cohort, Bev. It’s a gross, gross scene, and a lot of people hate it, which means it gets brought up every time It gets discussed. Read More >>

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Reminder: ‘The Shining’ Will Always Be The Best Stephen King Movie Adaptation, Ever

IT is out this week, and early reviews say it is pretty darn great. Misery was brilliant, and propelled Kathy Bates to horror icon status. Pet Semetary was chilling, especially for its time, and reinforced just what a terror children can be. Read More >>

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Tim Curry’s Pennywise Spotted in Latest It Trailer

The new full-length trailer for the latest adaptation of Stephen King’s It is damn scary, with Bill Skarsgard’s Pennywise looking, sounding, and overall being downright terrifying. However, Skarsgard isn’t the first clown to take on the role, and he has some oversized shoes to fill. Lucky for us, Tim Curry’s iconic clown has a place in the reboot. Read More >>

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Why Stephen King Wants Adults To Remember How They Thought As Kids

Stephen King’s dark imagination as an adult always makes people wonder what the hell happened to him as a kid. But King didn’t have that unusual of a childhood. He’s more interested in everyone else’s curiosity about how he grew up and their assumption that something horrific must have happened for him to write about such dark things. Read More >>

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Stephen King Wrote a Horrifying Children’s Book From the Dark Tower Universe

If you thought Thomas the Tank Engine hailed from the worst parts of the Uncanny Valley, here comes Charlie the Choo-Choo to make you reevaluate that. Read More >>

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“A Rather Unusual Way to Write Books”: The First Literary Work Produced With a Word Processor

An Associate Professor of English at the University of Maryland has identified the first literary work to be written with a word processor, instead of a typewriter. The book is Bomber, by Len Deighton, a World War II thriller published to critical acclaim in 1970. What follows is a magnificent tale which sees several fellow authors' names being put forward for this accolade, before Deighton himself was fingered. Read More >>