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1. Stand by Me (1986)
Based on Stephen King's Short story "The Body", "Stand By Me" tells the tale of Gordie Lachance, a writer who looks back on his preteen days when he and three close friends went on their own adventure to find the body of a kid their age who had gone missing and presumed dead. The stakes are upped when the bad kids in town are closely tailing - and it becomes a race to see who'll be able to recover the body first.
2. Stuck in Love (2012)
Meet the Borgens. William Borgens is an acclaimed author who hasn't written a word since his ex-wife Erica left him 3 years ago for another man. In between spying on Erica and casual romps with his married neighbour Tricia, Bill is dealing with the complexities of raising his teenage children Samantha and Rusty. Samantha is publishing her first novel and is determined to avoid love at all costs - after all she's seen what it has done to her parents. In between hook ups, she meets "nice guy" Lou who will stop at nothing to win her over. Rusty, is an aspiring fantasy writer and Stephen King aficionado, who is on a quest to gain 'life experiences'. He falls for the beautiful, but troubled Kate and gets his first taste of love and a broken heart. A tale of family, love (lost and found), and how endings can make new beginnings. There are no rewrites in life, only second chances.
3. 1408 (2007)
Based on the short Stephen King horror story of the same name, 1408 is about supernatural writer Mike Enslin, an author of two successful books on supernatural phenomena. As research for his latest book, Enslin is determined to check out the notorious room 1408 in a New York City hotel by personally staying as a guest in the fabled room. He believes that 1408 is just a myth perpetuated by stories and rumors that Enslin has collected for his past works. However, hotel manager Mr. Olin has strong objections to Enslin's stay and only warns him of possible danger to come. Enslin is determined to go anyway. But what Mike Enslin is about to experience is no myth, as 1408 truly is a room where the guests don't check out by noon.
4. Pet Sematary (1989)
Pet Sematary (PS) is a 1989 horror flick based on Stephen King's novel of the same name. After moving into their new home the Creed family's cat is killed after wondering onto the highway. Jud an elderly neighbor shows Louis, the father, to an isolated hill behind the local Pet Cemetery and instructs him to bury the deceased feline there. Not long after the cat reappears at the Creed home, only he is not the same. The docile cat is now vicious and destructive. When their youngest son meets with a fatal accident, the distraught Louis buries him in the same location hoping to revive him. Unfortunately he unleashes far more than he had bargained for.
5. Children of the Corn (1984)
A young couple wander into a mid-western town where all the adults are apparently dead and the children participate in a cult that worships a malevolent force in the corn fields. Based on a Stephen King novella.
6. Creepshow (1982)
Cult classic anthology from two of horrors big wigs, Romero and Stephen King, the film contains 5 sections, held together with 50's style comic images. A murdered man returns from the grave demanding his Father's Day cake and death ensues, a meteor's space ooze causes anything and anyone that comes in contact with it to grow (special appearance by Stephen King himself), a scheming vengeful husband buries his wife and her lover in sand to await death at high tide, a professor selects his nagging negative wife to become a tasty snack for a strange crated creature, and finally, a mean ole millionaire with an intense insect phobia becomes the prey of an army of cockroaches.
7. The Shining (1997 Mini-Series)
Television adaptation of Stephen King novel that follows a recovering alcoholic professor. He ends up taking a job as a winter caretaker for a remote Colorado hotel which he seeks as an opportunity to finish a piece of work. With his wife and son with him, the caretaker settles in, only to see visions of the hotel's long deceased employees and guests. With evil intentions, they manipulate him into his dark side which takes a toll on he and his family.
8. The Nostalgia Critic (2007 TV Series)
Episode: The Shining Mini-Series (2013)
Nostalgiaween returns, and what better way to mark the occasion than another Stephen King mini-series? First up is The Shining. The Critic feels it's mundane and monotonous, as opposed to the 1980 Kubrick version. Needless to say, Stan wins...or does he?
9. The Nostalgia Critic (2007 TV Series)
Episode: Children of the Corn (2015)
All hail the King. No, not Elvis. Not Michael Jackson. Stephen King. It wouldn't be Nostalgiaween without him. The Critic looks at a 1984 film adaptation of one King's short stories that features a murderous religious cult made up of children who slaughtered all the adults in their hometown to appease their leader, and their lord, a mysterious monster who lurks in the cornfields. Ha, ha, that's our Stephen.
10. The Nostalgia Critic (2007 TV Series)
Episode: Event Horizon (2015)
Nostalgiaween 2015 rises to welcome the Halloween season with the horrifying film Event Horizon - wait, Stephen King wrote that? Nope. Not starting things off with the King this year. Instead, the gateway to Hell, conveniently located in the Critic's ass, unleashes another brand of terror: boring, poorly acted sci-fi/horror schlock that should be forgotten, but strangely has a cult following.
11. Sometimes They Come Back (1991 TV Movie)
Taken from the Stephen King short story about a school teacher's return to his home town where his brother was killed by hoods, the hoods died in the freak train wreck along with his brother. Now they have "come back" to haunt him. One by one 'til they're all back!
12. October Road (2007 TV Series)
Episode: Stand Alone by Me (2008)
There are flashbacks to 18 years earlier when Nick, Eddie, Owen, Phil and Ikey got saved from Ray's gang by a slingshot-using girl, Angela (There are similarities to Stephen King's 'Stand by Me' and 'It'.). In the present, Nick manages to distance Aubrey from him without realizing how, Pizza Girl is not interested in watching a movie with Phil, Eddie gets Janet upset when he does not want to go to a nursing home to see Janet's grandparents. Then Nick reads from a paper that Angela has died.
13. Top Chef (2006 TV Series)
Episode: Big Sausage (2014)
Chefs are challenged to create the biggest and tastiest sausage dishes they can concoct when New England Patriots football player Rob Gronkowski steps in as guest judge for the Quickfire Challenge. Next up, the chefs must brush up on their reading for a unique Elimination Challenge where their dishes must be inspired by a literary work from a famous New England author including Stephen King, Edgar Allen Poe, Emily Dickinson, Nathaniel Hawthorne and Dr. Seuss. As the chefs cook their cuisine to bring fiction to the plate, they hope their dishes don't get lost in translation as the judges are joined by Chef Tony Maws and Clarkson Potter Editor Francis Lam at the judges table.
14. Nightmares & Dreamscapes: From the Stories of Stephen King (2006 Mini-Series)
An eight episode adaptation of Stephen King's short stories, primarily from the Nightmares and Dreamscapes series. "Battleground" follows a quiet hitman becoming a target for violent revenge when he finds a mysterious package on his doorstep; A young woman and her attorney husband getting lost in a notoriously evil London neighborhood named "Crouch End"; "Umney's Last Case" is a 1930's era detective who realizes he's the main character in a novel, and he's being written out; A successful filmmaker films himself in "The End of the Whole Mess", recalling his genius brother's life and the scientific plan he applied to end world violence with unanticipated results; "The Road Virus Heads North" drives into gear as a celebrated writer realizes the demonic figure in the painting he's just acquired, is changing to show that it's onto the same stretch of road he's on; "The Fifth Quarter" has an ex-convict who goes to dastardly means to find treasure that puts his family's life at risk; "Autopsy Room Four" is the occupancy of a man whose about to witness his own autopsy and he's speechless to stop it; A husband and wife on a spontaneous road trip, whose stopover in a town inhabited by late music legends, might not be temporary when they're told "You Know They Got a Hell of a Band".
15. Carrie (2002 TV Movie)
Based on the Stephen King novel, this is a made-for-TV remake of the 1976 classic horror flick about an abused, mousy girl with telekinetic powers. Carrie White, whose unique powers are showcased early on, is an introspective teenager whose domineering, religious mother, Margaret, raises her in an almost hateful manner. Life is worse at school: Her cruel classmates constantly tease her at every turn. Things escalate when Carrie freaks out in gym class when she has her first period, resulting in her classmates pulling an action that crosses the lines of heinousness. Carrie's teachers stick up for her, banning instigator Chris Hargenson from the school prom. One of the involved girls feels guilty for her actions by setting her boyfriend up as Carrie's prom date. But Chris raises the stakes by hatching a plot with her boyfriend to humiliate Carrie at the prom. Everything goes according to plan... that is, except for Carrie's reaction. And it's a reaction that has everyone regretting that they ever wrongly passed Carrie's path.
16. Nona (2016 Short Film)
This is the story of a young man being held in prison, recounting his life as a college dropout who had met and fallen in love with a beautiful girl named Nona while aimlessly hitchhiking in search of his father's tomb. He is then seduced by Nona into murdering several innocent bystanders. Somewhere near Stephen King's fictional town of Castle Rock, Nona lures the narrator to a graveyard, and, when asking the repeated question 'Do you love?' leads him to madness. It is not immediately clear whether or not the narrator has encountered a supernatural force, or if Nona is a figment of insanity until the last unexpected twist.
17. Creepshow 3 (2006 Video)
This follow-up to the George Romero/Stephen King-launched anthology series features five new tales of horror and a wraparound. The main stories deal with alternative realities ("Alice"), possessed communication devices ("The Radio"), vampires and serial killers in lust ("Call Girl"), mad inventors ("The Professor's Wife"), and hauntings from beyond the grave ("Haunted Dog").
There are five new tales of horror and suspense in this follow-up to George A. Romero & Stephen King's 1982 horror anthology classic. In "Alice", a snotty teenage girl gets her just desserts in the form of a demonic universal television remote. In "The Radio", a security guard is driven to the very brink of madness and eventually murder thanks to a possessed radio. Next up, in "Call Girl" a murdering, cold-blooded prostitute accidentally hooks up with a vampire client. In "The Professor's Wife", a demented professor with a taste for pranks tricks his two best students into believing he's getting married. But there's something rather sinister about his new bride-to-be. Lastly, in "Haunted Dog", a cruel miserly doctor kills a homeless man by purposely giving him a contaminated hotdog - a tale of savage revenge from beyond the grave.
18. Charlie Rose (1991 TV Series)
Episode: Episode dated 30 March 1998 (1998)
An Interview With Actress Kathy Bates About Her New Film Primary Colors And Her Experience With Rob Reiner In Making The Film. She Also Discusses Her Oscar-Winning Performance In Stephen King'S Misery, The Opinions Of Other Actors And Her Struggle For Success.
19. Siskel & Ebert (1986 TV Series)
Episode: Misery/Hidden Agenda/Cyrano de Bergerac (1990)
Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert review three new movies and examine a trend in children's movies. Two thumbs up for Rob Reiner's terrifying black comedy, qv##tt0100157##, based on Stephen King's novel. Both critics appreciate the sly humor as well as the horror. Two more thumbs up for qv##tt0099768##, a shockingly brave political drama set in Northern Ireland, although both critics bemoan a large hole in the plot. Two thumbs up yet again for qv##tt0099334##, the latest movie adaptation of Rostand's classic. Gene Siskel says that it's better than the 1950 José Ferrer version, but not quite as good as the modernized Steve Martin comedy. Ebert praises Gérard Depardieu and notes that some audience members find the movie corny while others dissolve into tears. Next, the critics examine why children are watching violent and depressing movies, some explicitly and some covertly intended for them. Finally, they recommend two good children's movies on video. Siskel's pick is the socially conscious qv##tt0094923##; Ebert's is the nature film, qv##tt0095800##.
20. Rose Madder (????)
Rose Daniels, a simple housewife, is constantly beaten by her husband, Private Investigator Norman Daniels. One day, she decides she's had enough and runs away from her life. Where did she go and what can be chasing her? The monster she wanted to get away from or something she doesn't remember that can sneak up anytime? Find out in Stephen King's Rose Madder!
21. Quicksilver Highway (1997 TV Movie)
This film is actually two one hour stories, the first based on a Stephen King story called the "Chattery Teeth" about a man who picks up a hitchhiker and the second is based on a Clive Barker story called "The Body Politic" about hands that rebel against the body.
22. Grey Matter (2016 Short Film)
Sitting around in a local general store during a snow storm, a group of older friends are intrupted when a young teen runs into the store deathly afraid. The men recognize him as the son of Richie Grenadine, a local man who was injured some time ago in a work accident, and was given lifetime worker's compensation. With no need to support himself, Richie became a recluse, rarely seen outside the confines of his apartment except to purchase the cheapest of beer, although lately, he had been sending his son out to purchase his beer for him. After speaking privately with Richie's son, the owner (Henry) and a few other regulars decide to take the beer to Richie personally. On their way, Henry relates some of the terrifying experiences the kid had told him of how one day his father drank a "bad" can of beer (according to the boy, there was a gray sludge-like substance that most likely contained some sort of mutagen) and since has been slowly transforming into an inhuman blob-like abomination that detests light and craves warm beer. Based on the shorty story by Stephen King, Bobby McGruther (Bullet Theory, The Slender Man) directs a stellar ensemble cast in this faithful adaption.
23. Finding Your Roots with Henry Louis Gates, Jr. (2012 TV Series)
Harvard educator Henry Louis Gates Jr. hosts this enlightening PBS series that examines "the DNA of American culture" through an extensive discovery of the ancestors of today's celebrities. In each episode, a set of featured guests view their ancestral histories, learn connections, and discover secrets about their lineage, while sharing the emotional experience with viewers. Gates guides them as they see results and details derived from the background work competed by expert genealogical diagnosticians, who have analyzed genetic code and traced bloodlines that leads to documentation and the occasional confirmation or debunking of long-held beliefs. A variety of guests have included musicians, authors, chefs, and more. Actors who've made an appearance include Julianna Marguiles, Stephen King, Ben Affleck, Sally Field, Mia Farrow, Anderson Cooper, and many others.
24. The Milkman (2017)
Based on a short story by Stephen King. Things have drastically changed for a small town in Eastern Pennsylvania since the Milkman began making house calls again. Two childhood friends, Rocky and Bob, along with Rock'y coworker, Leo, spend a night reminiscing about old times. Their night is just the beginning of an adventure that will lead them, a state cop and a store clerk on mission to save their town from a creature not of this world.
25. Infanity (2005 TV Series)
Episode: Ghost Hunters (2008)
With exclusive access, inFANity probes the paranormal & everyone's favorite team of investigators - SciFi's Ghost Hunters. Tour a haunted ship docked in San Diego, learn the ins & outs of all the equipment they use, & relive their scariest moments ever (on or off the show). Learn how they each got their start in this unusual field & how Jay & Grant's weekend hobby became a reality show juggernaut. The episode is topped off with a visit to the Ghost Hunters favorite haunt - The Stanley Hotel, inspiration for Stephen King's "The Shining."
26. Otto (2016 Short Film)
Based on a story by Stephen King, "Otto" is the story of an affected man that from a fatal incident, product of his sense of justice, leads him to develop a feel of guilt that goes from fear to resignation through different forms of human behavior.
27. Night Surf (2015 Short Film)
The super-flu (a.k.a. A6, Captain Trips) has devastated the world's population. A group of young survivors cope with the thought that they could be the only ones left when they meet one final victim. A short film based on the story of the same name by Stephen King.
28. Willa (2015 Short Film)
A railway station in the middle of nowhere. David is looking for his girlfriend: Willa. They were on their way to their own wedding, when an accident made them stuck at a small railway station. Now Willa is missing and none of the other fellow passengers know where she is. Although the next train is so supposed to come any minute, David leaves the railway station to search for Willa... An adaptation of Stephen King's short story Willa.
29. Bus Stop (1961 TV Series)
Episode: I Kiss Your Shadow (1962)
The series finale "I Kiss Your Shadow", with Joanne Linville and George Grizzard as guest stars, is a story of a man crushed by the memory of his wife's death in an automobile accident. In his book Danse Macabre, Stephen King nominated this episode as "...the single most frightening story ever done on TV." King wrote that Bus Stop was "...a straight drama show,... The final episode, however, deviated wildly into the supernatural, and for me, Robert Bloch's adaptation of his own short story "I Kiss Your Shadow" has never been beaten on TV - and rarely any where else - for eerie, mounting horror."
30. Troldspejlet (1989 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #31.5 (2004)
Jakob Stegelmann reviews the VHS/DVD releases of Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (2003), Dumb and Dumberer: When Harry Met Lloyd (2003), and the DVD releases of Casper (1995), and Interstella 5555: The 5tory of the 5ecret 5tar 5ystem (2003). Also the books Djævelens dusin: 13 uhyggelige historier (by Peter Mouritzen), Om en Buick 8 (by Stephen King), Varulvens år (by Stephen King & Berni Wrightson), Dragens øjne (by Stephen King), Spøgelsestimen (by R. L. Stine), Klamme gys (edited by Hanne Leth & Jørn E. Albert), and the video games Kya: Dark Lineage (Playstation 2), and Ghost Hunter (Playstation 2).
31. Troldspejlet (1989 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #39.6 (2008)
Jakob Stegelmann reviews National Treasure: Book of Secrets (2007) and the DVD release of D-War (2007). Also the comic book Det mørke tårn 1: Revolvermanden (by Robin Furth, Jae Lee & Richard Isinoves, based on Stephen King's novel), the book Marv og ben: Dødelig blitz (by Arne Svingen), and the video games Snakeball (Playstation Network), Everyday Shooter (Playstation Network), Pain (Playstation Network) and Turok (Xbox 360, Playstation 3 & PC). Also, Jakob recaps The History of the First-Person Shooter Video Games (Skydespillenes historie).
32. Death Room (2016 Short Film)
Based on Stephen King's short story 'In the Deathroom', Death Room is about a New York Times journalist, Fletcher, who is abducted on his way to meet a source. He wakes up in a holding cell at an undisclosed location. He doesn't know where he is or who took him. After some time has passed, he is escorted to an interrogation room, where he meets ISA Agent Black and Dr. Heinz. Through the course of the interview, Agent Black reveals that she knows the truth about Fletcher - that he is, in fact, Victor Gorodetsky, a member of Russia's FSA. Victor, shocked at the news, cooperates with the inquiry until he learns that he has been labeled a traitor and accused of joining the terrorist cell that he was tasked with infiltrating. Knowing that an escape attempt is the only way to save his life and clear his name, he makes his move at the right time and faces off against a fellow FSA Agent, as well as Agent Black and Dr. Heinz before making good his escape.
33. Twisted Love (1995)
Janna Riley is the awkward and shy girl nobody ever seems to notice. Not being able to live up to her mother's expectations of popularity, Janna walks through the school hallways alone, though her eyes are always on a certain football player, Bo Callahan. Laughed at and made fun of by the in-crowd, Janna sees her opportunity to become accepted when a fateful motorcycle "accident" lands Bo into her arms and under her doting care. Bo's vulnerable condition enables Janna to kidnap Bo and, in the style of Stephen King's "Misery," the viewer is held captive for every thrilling second.
34. Unearthed & Untold: The Path to Pet Sematary (2016 Documentary)
This riveting documentary follows the entire inception of PET SEMATARY, revealing Stephen King's inspiration to write the book, the struggle to get the film made and the unlikely success of a low budget film from Paramount Pictures during the WGA strike. The documentary features interviews with the Director, Mary Lambert and the entire cast, key crew, town locals as well as never-before-seen footage from the sets in Maine. The film is a detailed look into the making of one of the most enduring cult-horror classics of our generation.
35. The Things They Left Behind (2011 Short Film)
Based on a story by Stephen King, This is a chilling tale of a man suffering from survivor's guilt brought on by the most tragic event to strike New York City. When he thought his past was forgotten, he soon realizes his past hasn't forgotten him.
36. Grey Matter (2012 Short Film)
GREY MATTER is the official adaptation of Stephen King's short story from the anthology NIGHT SHIFT. The film tells the story of Issac, a young man who must care for his war vet, alcoholic father after they're both abandoned by his mother. Issac finds release from his trouble at home by acting out in school, mainly by telling lies. Unfortunately, these lies have consequences when Issac's father begins a horrific transformation.
37. Films to Keep You Awake: A Real Friend (2006 TV Movie)
The lonely Estrella is an intelligent teenager and good student but is outcast in school. She spends most of her time alone in school or at home, reading horror books or watching horror movies, while her widow mother Angela works as a nurse in a hospital. Her favorite author is Stephen King and her only friends are Leatherface and Vampire. Angela has an unresolved trauma and has kink sex with strangers in the hospital or with the gatekeeper of her building. When a detective meets Angela and tells her that a man that raped her had not died as she thought, the frightening Angela gets Estrella at the bus stop and once at home she prepares a pizza for them. However, Estrella invites her friend Vampire to join them, and when Angela sees her daughter's friend, she feels scary, haunted by her past.
38. The Boogeyman (2014)
' The Boogeyman' is a non-stop downward spiral into fear, Bobby Easley's best film to date.' (Horror Underground Magazine) Based on the short story from the master of horror Stephen King comes the terrifying story of Lester Billings, a man tormented by an unseen entity destroying his family one by one,until he is forced to confront the evil taking over his soul. With the help of Dr. Harper,( John Dugan of the Texas Chainsaw Massacre)Lester relives his horrific past in a desperate final attempt to save his own life...
39. The Boogeyman (2013 Short Film)
Based upon a short story by Stephen King, the Boogeyman is a film about Lester Billings as he struggles to hold on to his sanity as he copes with the mysterious death of his three children. For Stephen King or Darabont fans, this is an official 'Dollar Baby.'
40. Ghost Hunters Academy (2009 TV Series)
Episode: Finals at the Stanley Hote (2010)
With a spot in TAPS so close within their grasp, the last remaining cadets head deep in the heart of the Rockies to face their steepest challenge in the Stanley Hotel, famously known as the inspiration of Stephen King's The Shining. In order to stand out on the final investigation, the cadets must pull out all the stops, and as a result collect some of the most astonishing evidence found all season.
41. The Thing on the Doorstep (2003)
Insane asylums, shallow graves and magick of the blackest kind. Maelstrom Productions' newest project is an updated but faithful adaptation of H.P. Lovecraft's "The Thing on the Doorstep". Stephen King describes Lovecraft as "The 20th century horror story's dark and baroque prince". Shot entirely on Digital Video, the film promises to satisfy fans of Lovecraft and the genre itself.
42. The Boogeyman (2013 Short Film)
Based on a short story by Stephen King this psychological thriller begins 1 year after Lester Billings is accused of brutally murdering his 3 infant children. Lester visits renowned psychiatrist, Dr Harper. During his session, Lester reveals the truth about the deaths of his 3 children, but the truth is only the beginning of this nightmare. Did he kill them or was it truly, as he says, 'The Boogeyman'?
43. On Story (2011 TV Series)
Episode: Frank Darabont: A Filmmaker's Journey (2014)
Frank Darabont, writer and director of such classics as The Shawshank Redemption, The Green Mile and The Mist, discusses adapting works by Stephen King and keeping his characters at the core of the story. Followed by Jeffrey DeChausse's short film, Anniversario, trailing a woman's visit to her two favorite hairdressers on the day of her 45th wedding anniversary for what becomes the most important makeover of their lives.
44. Autopsy Room Four (2003 Short Film)
Autopsy Room Four, based on the first short story in Stephen King's bestselling novel, Everything's Eventual, tells of a man who just wants to take a break from his busy work schedule and play some golf. However, when he is bitten by a rare snake, his life definitely takes a turn for the worse.
45. At the Movies (1982 TV Series)
Episode: Police Academy/Children of the Corn/This Is Spinal Tap/Love Letters (1984)
Roger opens with an extremely negative review of the comedy "Police Academy" which perplexed he and Gene on the basic fundamental level, including how to even construct a joke. They both thought the Stephen King thriller "Children of the Corn" was ugly and repellent. Yet, they both thought that the rock mockumentary "This is Spinal Tap" was one of the funniest movies of the year. They thought "Love Letters" was brave and heart-felt.
46. At the Movies (1982 TV Series)
Episode: Cat's Eye/Stick/Streetwise (1985)
Gene opens the show with a negative review of the Stephen King anthology "Cat's Eye", he liked the first and last segment but not the second. Roger liked the whole film as a test case of King's ability tap into our fears. Neither liked "Stick", the Burt Reynold's thriller, feeling that the movie was too uneven. Finally, they were both very enthusiastic about the documentary "Streetwise". Plus, in their "X-Ray segment", Gene and Roger examine the box office success of "The Gods Must Be Crazy."
47. At the Movies (1982 TV Series)
Episode: Christine/Silkwood/Sudden Impact/Thriller (1983)
Roger opens the show with a positive review of the Stephen King thriller "Christine", Gene agrees that it's entertaining even though they both agree that the plot is ridiculous. They both admired the Meryl Streep thriller "Silkwood" and were impressed by the performances. Roger liked "Sudden Impact", the fourth Dirty Harry adventure, but Gene thought it lacked a really strong villain. Finally, they were both in agreement that Michael Jackson's 14 minute music video "Thriller" was nothing special, and disagreed with the film's defenders who felt that it should have gotten an Oscar nomination for Best Live Action Short Film (it didn't).
48. The Reaper's Image (2013 Short Film)
Based on the short story 'The Reaper's Image' from bestselling author Stephen King comes a bone chilling tale about a museum curator, Johnson Spangler (Matt Mooningham), who seeks a prized antique mirror that is rumored to be cursed. Denying all the rumors and the mirror's dark past, Johnson must purchase the mirror from sleazy antique shop owner Samuel Claggert (Sonny Burnette). Upon purchase, Johnson must remove it from the shop's attic with guide Mr. Carlin (David Haney) who is scared to death of the glass. The two journey to find the prized possession, but it isn't the only thing they find. They say only chosen people can see The Reaper's Image in the glass... Will you see it?
49. Sorry, Right Number (2005 Short Film)
Katie receives a distressing phone call from an unknown source that is abruptly disconnected. Fearing someone is in danger, she desperately tries to contact family members. Based on the short story from the Master of Macabre, this twisting tale will leave viewers in suspense until the very end in true Stephen King fashion.
50. Popsy (2006 Short Film)
Briggs Sheridan is not that bad a guy, but he's going to have to fake it if he wants to survive the next four days. He owes Mr. Reggie fifty grand and it's time to pay up. Mr. Reggie has a solution, though . . . a job. All Sheridan has to do is complete one simple task and he will make it through the week with all of his body parts intact, as long as the job doesn't kill him first. Based on the story by Stephen King.
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