Stephen King’s “The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon” Is Swift Survival Horror for All Ages [The Losers’ Club Podcast]

“It’s God’s nature to come on in the bottom of the ninth, Tom had told her.” Don’t panic, but the Losers are a little lost. Somewhere on their hike through the Appalachian Trail, they managed to stumble off road. Now, they’re deep within the unmarked woods of Maine with just their wits to lean upon […]

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Two More Actors Join the Cast of Netflix’s Stephen King Adaptation ‘Mr. Harrigan’s Phone’

Announced last month, a feature film adaptation of one of the stories featured in Stephen King‘s collection If It Bleeds, titled Mr. Harrigan’s Phone, is currently in the works at Netflix, being developed by “American Horror Story” creator Ryan Murphy and Blumhouse, with John Lee Hancock (The Blind Side) writing and directing the adaptation. Donald Sutherland and Jaeden Martell (IT) will star. Sutherland will star in the title […]

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Stephen King News Roundup: ‘Gwendy’s Final Task’ Involves ‘The Dark Tower’? [The Losers’ Club Podcast]

There’s a buzz in the air across King’s Dominion. So, once again, The Losers’ Club is putting on their shades, revving up their Plymouth Fury convertible, and heading to Hollywood King. Yes, it’s another high-octane news episode that finds Losers Michael Roffman, Randall Colburn, Dan Pfleegor, and Justin Gerber cycling through all the latest Stephen […]

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‘Carrie’ at 45: How Stephen King’s First Movie Brought a New Generation to Hollywood [The Losers’ Club Podcast]

“Oh, Lord! Help this sinning woman see the sin of her days and ways. Show her that if she had remained sinless, this curse of blood would never have come on her!” It’s prom night at Bates High, and The Losers’ Club is attending to celebrate the 45th anniversary of Brian De Palma‘s Carrie. Starring […]

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‘Host’ Filmmaker Rob Savage Directing Film Adaptation of Stephen King’s Short Story ‘The Boogeyman’

After making a name for himself in the horror world with last year’s Shudder movie Host, Rob Savage has set up his next project, and this time around he’s tackling Stephen King. Deadline reports that Savage will be adapting King’s short story The Boogeyman for Hulu and 20th Century Studios. The film is expected to debut exclusively […]

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Stephen King Is Correct: Storm of the Century Is His Best Miniseries [The Losers’ Club Podcast]

Late last year, Stephen King opened up to The New York Times about the myriad basic cable miniseries adaptations bearing his name, the likes of which were near-inescapable in the ‘90s and ‘00s. “Tim Curry made a great Pennywise,” he said of Tommy Lee Wallace’s It. “It felt kind of cheap and thrown together,” King […]

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Kirby Howell-Baptiste Joins the Cast of Stephen King Adaptation ‘Mr. Harrigan’s Phone’

Announced earlier this month, a feature film adaptation of one of the stories featured in Stephen King‘s collection If It Bleeds, titled Mr. Harrigan’s Phone, is currently in the works at Netflix, being developed by “American Story Creator” Ryan Murphy and Blumhouse, with John Lee Hancock (The Blind Side) writing and directing the adaptation. Donald Sutherland and Jaeden Martell (IT) will star. Sutherland will […]

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[Podcast] Knight Light: A Horror Movie Podcast Heads Back to the Overlook With Mike Flanagan’s ‘Doctor Sleep’

Well, hi there. Knight Light: A Horror Movie Podcast takes on Mike Flanagan’s Doctor Sleep (Director’s Cut) in this two-parter episode of epic proportions! Okay, we are just going to be blunt, we adore this movie, but we try our best not to gush as much as possible. Doctor Sleep follows a much older Dan Torrance […]

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Michael Jackson’s ‘Ghosts’ at 25: When the King of Pop Met the Masters of Horror [The Losers’ Club Podcast]

Darkness falls across the land, the midnight hour is close at hand, creatures crawl in search of blood, to terrorize y’alls neighborhood. But here’s the greatest trick of all, the song we’ll sing you won’t recall. It isn’t “Thriller” as you’ll see, but different tunes with HIStory… In 1996, Michael Jackson returned to the spooky […]

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“Chapelwaite”: All Episodes of the ‘Salem’s Lot’-Based Series Now Available for Streaming from EPIX

EPIX‘s new series “Chapelwaite” adapts Stephen King‘s prequel story “Jerusalem’s Lot,” published in 1978 and featuring the fictional town King introduced a few years prior in the novel Salem’s Lot. The series premiered in August, and ahead of the penultimate episode arriving on October 24, EPIX will be airing a marathon of the first 9 episodes on October 30. […]

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Stephen King and Richard Chizmar’s New Book ‘Gwendy’s Final Task’ Connects to ‘The Dark Tower’?

The final book in the Gwendy’s Button Box trilogy, the cover art for Stephen King and Richard Chizmar‘s Gwendy’s Final Task has been revealed, and it sure is getting King fans talking. Yes, that is indeed the Dark Tower pictured on the cover you can see in full down below, and it sounds like the […]

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[Podcast] Knight Light: A Horror Movie Podcast Closes Out Stephen King Month With Kubrick’s ‘The Shining’

Here’s Johnny! Knight Light: A Horror Movie Podcast is back posting again on Bloody Disgusting to celebrate the closing of our Stephen King month with Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining! I am sure we all know the tale, but for those who don’t, we follow the Torrance family spending a long Winter in the Overlook Hotel […]

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Ray Bradbury’s “Something Wicked This Way Comes” Ages the Same Way We Do [The Losers’ Club Podcast]

“And if it’s around October 20th and everything smoky-smelling and the sky orange and ash grey at twilight, it seems Hallowe’en will never come in a fall of broomsticks and a soft flap of bedsheets around corners. But one strange wild dark long year, Hallowe’en came early.” With Danse Macabre, The Losers’ Club journeys through […]

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Stephen King’s 10 Best Stories for Halloween [The Losers’ Club Podcast]

Stephen King doesn’t really have a Halloween story. The holiday has certainly haunted his works — the Torrances arrive at the Overlook on October 31st, 11.22.63 returns to Derry for trick and treats (and meats), and Johnny Smith has a cheap Jekyll-and-Hyde mask in The Dead Zone — but there’s no true-blue Halloween tale within […]

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