Stephen King
The (under)world's most celebrated horror author is an outspoken movie critic, particularly when it comes to the many adaptations of his novels.
From "Mystic River" to "Dementia 13," horror's foremost living literary icon is also an outspoken cinephile. These are the movies he likes, including adaptations of King classics "Stand by Me" and "The Shawshank Redemption."
Anyone who thought this Stephen King-created franchise couldn't get any worse should adjust their expectations.
Rob Savage's horror film will now open in theaters on June 2 rather than on Hulu.
"The Haunting of Hill House" and "Midnight Mass" creator envisions a five-season series followed by two movies.
"I’ll always regret this didn’t happen," said Flanagan, whose "Doctor Sleep" grossed just over $31 million domestic against a $45-million budget.
The "Stranger Things" spinoff and an adaptation of Stephen King and Peter Straub's "The Talisman" are among the production lineup.
The legendary horror writer had little patience for Michael Bay's take on the Hasbro toys.
Efron's best efforts as a suburban dad with a superpower can't salvage this bland, lethargic, mess of a film, now in theaters and streaming on Peacock.
Jack Nicholson famously wielded the weapon in the Stanley Kubrick 1980 film based on Stephen King's novel.
Adrien Brody and Emily Hampshire star in Epix's "Chapelwaite," which is based on a short story by Stephen King.
As the coming-of-age classic turns 35, the star reflects on how his pain as a child actor in Hollywood influenced his role.
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