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 ... See full summary »
A young man, who has a unique psychic talent, is recruited by a mysterious company. In return, he is given everything he wants, a house, a car, everything. His situation seems ideal, ... See full summary »
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 ... See full summary »
During a night drive John stops at a rest stop near a highway. When he enters the building, he hears how a man is abusing a woman in the ladies room. John doesn't know what to do and he starts to struggle with the idea of intervening.
'Willa, why are we here?'(quote, Stephen King`s Willa) For only one dollar Stephen King offers his short stories to film students all around the world. We took this chance and picked the most beautiful Dollar-Baby: Willa.
John Dykstra, a mystery novelist better known as Rick Hardin, stops at rest stop on his way home. When he hears a woman being abused in the bathroom, he's forced to decide who he really is and what he's willing to do.
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.... See full summary »
This tale is narrated in the first person by Booth, an elderly resident of a small town that neighbors Jerusalem's Lot, Maine. The main part of the story is set a couple of years after the events of 'Salem's Lot. Booth describes a winter's night years ago, when he and his friend, a bar owner named Herb Tooklander (Tookey), attempted to rescue the family of a motorist named Gerard Lumley, whose vehicle had become stranded in a ferocious blizzard. At first mildly contemptuous of Lumley for driving in such weather, both men are horrified when they realize that Lumley's vehicle is stranded in Jerusalem's Lot. It is widely known that "the Lot" has gone bad, but they still decide to drive out in a snow plough and attempt to save Lumley's family. Instead, they barely manage to save themselves from the man's wife and daughter, who have been turned into vampires. The story ends with Booth warning the reader that if they ever find themselves on the road through Salem's Lot, they should keep on ... Written by