In his sequel to The Shining, Stephen King explores the prices paid to break the cycles of the past, and scares the hell out of you too.
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The 31 Days of Horror, Days 20-22: A Stephen King Mini-Marathon (The Mist, The Shining, & Silver Bullet)
Nearing the home stretch of this list, I’m aware that we’ve doubled up before: the weekend of October 6th we looked at George Romero’s first two Living Dead movies, and I got vocal about small but wonderful stretches of the other…
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After listening to The Dark Tower-inspired Vexations by Chapel Hill, North Carolina’s I Was Totally Destroying It , I really wished I had read the Stephen King novels so I could enjoy this album even more than I already do. Don’t worry, …
“The Horrors of Stephen King” falls way short of TCM’s past specials and fails to provide much insight into the mind of King.
Ever wonder what Danny Torrance from The Shining has been up to all these years? You’ll get your answer soon.
As Stand By Me turns 25, Revival House takes a look back at a coming-of-age classic.
Last year I began to reevaluate my life (that happens when you turn 40) and the pursuit of the dream I had as a boy. What was it about those movies that captured my heart? Was it the movies themselves? Was it the people I was with? Was it some thematic element that I associated with? More importantly, could I ever go back to that place again?
Robert Cass fills in for Jeff Giles this week and takes readers on a Box Office Flashback to October 29, 1996. (Rated R for vulgar language used in response to Robert’s numerous “Macarena” jokes.)
There are only five days until Halloween and the Popdose staff is counting down the 20 most frightening films of all time — and as a bonus, we’re giving away a digital copy of The Exorcist.
A Halloween draws near, the Popdose staff is counting down the 20 films that had them hiding under the covers and calling for mommy, starting with 20 through 11.
“They’re all gonna laugh at you!” But not if you join Kelly Stitzel as she explores the soundtrack to the first film adapted from a Stephen King novel, Carrie
“Come play with us forever and ever and ever.” Kelly Stitzel invites you up to room 237 to listen to The Shining‘s epically creepy soundtrack.
How does a comic book come together? By chance and friendship. Read today’s Basement Songs to find out about the latest (co) creation by Scott Malchus. Don’t worry, there are still a couple songs, too.
Confessions of a Comics Shop Junkie, No. 9: “American Vampire,” “Hercules: Fall of an Avenger,” and More
It didn’t exactly peel out in theaters when it was released in 1983, but Kelly Stitzel still has a soft spot for the film adaptation of Stephen King’s Christine — and, of course, its soundtrack.
Halloween is just around the corner, and to celebrate, Anthony Hansen has corralled the staff into sharing some of their favorite scary music. Dw. Dunphy kicks things off with a little prog metal.