Tag Archives: Stephen King
Creepshow 2 Video Review
Is it Wednesday already? It sure is! You know what that means, folks. Rottin’ Roger is back again with another video review; This time, he tackles Michael Gornick’s anthology sequel, Creepshow 2.
Written by horror titans Stephen King and George A. Romero, this sequel revives the anthology formula utilized in the first film, five years earlier. How does Creepshow 2 hold up to its predecessor? Press play on the video below and find out what Roger has to say, [...]
Director Peter Cornwell’s adaptation of Stephen King’s short story “Gramma” is a wonderfully well done and beautifully shot film. While this story has been adapted for television once before in a condensed episode of The Twilight Zone, writer Matt Greenberg let the story come to screen with much more wind in its sails.
Chandler Riggs, Dylan McDermott, and Mark Duplass stand out with wonderful performances. It’s obvious that these characters have those quirks that Stephen King is famous for. [...]
Silver Bullet Review
I’ve been a wolf-man and werewolf fan for as long as I can remember, so you can imagine my surprise when I found another little gem that went under my radar for so long. Now, I can cross a werewolf movie and a Stephen King movie off of my to-watch list with Daniel Attias’ “Silver Bullet.”
It’s always great to see a new take on an old idea; Daniel Attias and Stephen King were able to take the story of [...]
Pet Sematary Review
Believe it or not, even though I’ve been a horror film fanatic for half of my life, I just never got around to watching many of the Stephen King adaptations that have been produced. Now, I’ve seen a few here and there, but nothing to boast about. Well, tonight I can cross one more off that list — 1989’s “Pet Sematary.”
At its core, “Pet Sematary” is a zombie film; a tale of deceased animals and humans being resurrected from [...]
The Mist Review
What happens when, out of the blue, there is no more twitter, facebook, youtube, cell phones, or TV? Frank Darabont’s “The Mist” is a perfect example of exactly how, I feel, events would unfold if all of those things were taken away in a matter of minutes and a group of strangers were subject to being isolated in one location for any period of time longer than 30 minutes.
I never read the novella by Stephen King on which this [...]