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The fact that most of the good Stephen King stories have already been taken has never proved an obstacle to optioning one for film adaptation. (See: Riding The Bullet… someone should! Please, tip your waitresses.) That's true even of 1982's well-thumbed Different Seasons, which—after already spawning Stand By Me, Apt Pupil, and The Shawshank Redemption—only has a single novella left untouched in "The Breathing Method." And this leaves Sinister director Scott Derrickson no other choice but to develop it for the screen, despite "Breathing Method" being a comparatively thin love story about a 1930s-era doctor and »

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