Before you check out the new nine-part series of The Stand (2020) coming to CBS in December, let’s journey back to the mid 90’s and revisit the four-part television miniseries of The Stand (1994).
In this episode of the Fictionphile Podcast, the crew analyzes why the movie The Shining is a work of art.
The Shining and Doctor Sleep are Stephen King’s latest seemingly complete saga, years apart in the making but just as chilling.
What better way to learn about writing novels, short stories, or any creative work than from essays on writing from legendary writers.
If you’ve ever been stuck indoors and driven stir crazy from lack of social interaction, these trapped movies help you feel not so alone.
Proceedings start slowly with Christine, as two high school friends, Arnie the geek and Dennis the jock, navigate life through high school.
A Carrie limited series just got approved for FX based on the horror novel of the same name by Stephen King.
If you’re relatively new to Stephen King, you might not know the terms constant reader or the Stephen King Multiverse. That’s why we’re here to break down the fiction universe you simply must know.
The Shining sequel Doctor Sleep is now a feature film directed by Mike Flanagan.