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Author Stephen King is well known for his horror stories. How many times have you put down one of his novels in the middle of reading it and found yourself just a little bit too scared to venture to the bathroom in the middle of the night? His stories range from straight-on horror to sci-fi, nature versus man, and psychological thrillers. Never do his tales fail to have an impact.
While King’s most famous works include Carrie, It, Misery, The Shining and The Green Mile, the writer has produced over 50 books in the last 40 years, each and every one different in it’s content, it’s characters – and of course, its monsters. Which evil entity scares you the most from King? Might it be Pennywise the clown? Or Cujo the dog? What about Randall Flagg from The Stand or the husband in Dolores Claiborne or the aliens in The Tommyknockers? »
- Rachel Bailey
“Don’t you know a VIP when you see one?”
If you take nothing else away from the heaping platter of crazy that was this week’s How to Get Away With Murder — an hour that included the discovery of the previous (and badly damaged) occupant of Wes’ apartment; some hot parking-lot sex; a genuine, first-time “I love you”; and an Annalise-Nate face-off that confirmed only Pete Nowalk & Co. know exactly what TV’s hottest/creepiest lovers are planning — let it be Cicley Tyson’s exquisite, nine-word introduction to Ophelia Hartness (Aka Annalise Keating’s mother).
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2 items from 2015
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