Loosely related to the author's highly regarded novel The Stand, the brief story follows one evening on a place called Anson Beach, New Hampshire, with a group of teens, survivors of a ... See full summary »
Clarence John Woods,
Sheila writes to her childhood friend about the death of her brother, a psychiatrist, suggesting that his suicide may be linked to his manuscript on his patient, N., who believed that his ... See full summary »
' 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 ... See full summary »
The small town of Haven becomes a hot-bed of inventions all run by a strange green power device. The whole town is digging something up in the woods, and only an alcoholic poet can discover... See full summary »
David goes to find his fiancée, Willa. She has left him at a train station with a group of stranded passengers. He finds her at a local honky-tonk of a club and in his attempt to bring her ... See full summary »
Gregory M. Brown,
This short film is a visual interpretation of Stephen King's poem "Paranoid: A Chant" from his SKELETON CREW collection. The script is the text of the poem itself and the movie portrays a woman's terrifying descent into madness as she imagines being watched and listened to and followed. Director Jay Holben and star Tonya Ivey do an excellent job with the material and once seen, this celluloid nightmare is not easily forgotten.
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