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Book Review: 'Stephen King Films Faq' by Scott Von Doviak

13 March 2014 10:15 AM, PDT | FEARnet | See recent FEARnet news »

Writing about Stephen King movies is always an interesting – if daunting – prospect. If one wanted to be a stickler about things, there are really only a few actual “Stephen King films”: from Creepshow to A Good Marriage, they’re listed under "Screenplays" on the “also by Stephen King” page at the front of most of the man’s books. But that’s limiting. Since Brian DePalma adapted Stephen King’s first novel, Carrie, for the big screen in 1976, the Stephen King Movie has been a genre unto itself, encompassing myriad directors, writers, mediums, and styles, all tied together by the fact that Stephen King wrote something that served as inspiration. Where the publishing history of Stephen King is fairly straightforward (with a few hiccups), the movie history is chaotic, because making movies is more complicated than making books. Deals are made, then broken. Screenplays are written and discarded. Budgets are cut, »

- Kevin Quigley

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‘Teen Wolf’: The Dark Half

11 February 2014 7:13 AM, PST | | See recent Screen Rant news »

[This is a review of Teen Wolf season 3, episode 18. It contains Spoilers.]


Nightfall in Beacon Hills hasn’t proven to be a very peaceful time; it might have something to do with all the werewolves and demons running around. The night in which ‘Riddled’ takes place is no exception, as Scott’s evening begins with a phone call from his best friend, Stiles, who has apparently sleepwalked his way into an industrial basement and been accosted by a bear trap.

With the temperature falling and Stiles already suffering the first signs of hypothermia, the race is on to find him before he freezes to death and just about every character on the show pitches in with the search. One of the most useful participants is ...

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