It is a movie that defies genres, conventions and even human understanding. It spawned cult-cinema screenings around the world, and has now spawned a semi-biographic movie starring James Franco.
And now the end is near, and so we face the final King curtain. It’s been a hell of a ride, but like all good journeys, we’ve finally reached our destination.
Welcome back for another round with the King of the ring: Mr. Stephen Scares-a-lot.
IT is an iconic horror story, and it’s my overwhelming pleasure to say that IT is now *also* an iconic horror movie.
Welcome back for part two of the Month of King! Last time we covered the gruesome 80’s, but to quote The Carpenters (and one particularly evil hotel room), “we’ve only just begun”.
Yes, Stephen King’s had works on the big screen for over three decades now, and not all of them good.
Fans have eagerly awaited the day when The Tower, The Man in Black and The Gunslinger would finally step onto our screens, and now it's here.
Berlin Syndrome is here to make you feel all warm and fuzzy about it. Just kidding! It’s actually here to remind you of every backpacking horror story you’ve ever heard.
Atomic Blonde is part crazy love letter to the 80’s, part love letter to Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy.
If Nichols' writing doesn’t win you over, his casting and cinematography (byotiful) certainly will.