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Joe Hill (IV)

Joseph Hillstrom King or Joe Hill is an American writer born in Hermon, Maine. He is the son of writer Stephen King and Tabitha King. Joe published his first book
  • a collection of horror stories called '20th Century Ghosts' - in
2005: it won the Bram Stoker Award and the British Fantasy Award for Best Collection. He has since published the ... See full bio »

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Horns Writer
Pop Art
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 2015 Tales from the Darkside (TV Movie) (script)
 2013 Horns (based on the novel by)
 2011 Locke & Key (TV Movie) (graphic novels)
 2009 Abraham's Boys (Short) (short story)
 2008 Pop Art (Short) (short story)
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 2015 Tales from the Darkside (TV Movie) (executive producer)
 2013 Horns (executive producer)
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 1982 Creepshow
Billy (segments "Prologue" / "Epilogue") (as Joe King)
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 2015 Devil Inside, les coulisses de Horns (Video documentary)
 2014 Late Night with Seth Meyers (TV Series)
 2010 Página 2 (TV Series)
- Episode #4.9 (2010) ... Himself
 2010 The Hour (TV Series)
 2008 Science of Horror (Documentary)

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Author of novel Heart-Shaped Box (as Joe Hill) See more »

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4 Articles | See more »

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Joe King

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The devil is a tremendously powerful figure, and throwing him into a story is like throwing a grenade. It can have a tremendously explosive effect on whatever scenario you are exploring. See more »


Son of novelist Stephen King. See more »

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