It’s time again to follow Stephen King outside his horror comfort zone and turn our attention to 2015’s ‘A Death’
Even at his most ridiculous, Stephen King can still be compelling. It’s why he’s sold millions of books. Among the tales of carnivorous toads, sinister gag gifts and murderous trucks, King still finds ways to […]
Guilt is a terrible emotion. Even when it’s over something so innocuous as a forgotten ‘thank you,’ guilt has a way of boring into your brain and gnawing away. It creates a downhill paranoia, nagging […]
If you’ve been following along in our little series, you’ll know by now that Stephen King is capable of writing much, much more than just a great, gruesome horror story.
‘Graveyard Shift’ is gross. It’s good, but it’s gross. It’s the type of story you read if you get your kicks from trying to find the perfect piece of fiction to make your skin crawl.
Stephen King has some unfinished business in Jerusalem’s Lot, friends.
No one should ever accuse Stephen King of not having a sense of humor. He may be the master of horror, but he knows how to mine his darker subject matter for a few laughs.
Stephen King can find the horror in anything. There must be some malevolent force, sitting in the back of his brain, endlessly searching for ways to make everything evil.
After the bleakness of N., it might be a good idea to cleanse your palate with an old-fashioned creature feature. Stephen King’s The Mist may be just the right story to do the trick.