What I Learned From Re-Reading Stephen King's The Stand

I was twelve the first time I read Stephen King’s The Stand. My dad read it before I did. We were on vacation, and I saw him with the paperback, the edition with the silver binding and blue-black cover. There was a face on the cover—a mysterious, spooky sort of face, creepy and weirdly beautiful. I saw that face, and… » 7/02/15 9:50am Thursday 9:50am

The Hotel That Inspired The Shining Wants You to Design a Maze For It

The Stanley Hotel in Estes Park, Colorado has the ... honor of being the inspiration behind The Shining. And as a way to further connect the real hotel to the fictional Overlook Hotel, the management has announced that it will build a a 61,500 square foot hedge maze inspired by the one in Kubrick's film. » 1/07/15 9:07pm 1/07/15 9:07pm

The Big-Screen Adaptation of Stephen King's It Is Finally Happening

After spending half a decade in development purgatory, it looks like Stephen King's seminal horror novel is finally getting the cinematic treatment. True Detective helmer Cary Fukunaga is currently on board to direct the first of two feature films, and is reportedly "closing a deal to co-write the second." » 12/06/14 9:12am 12/06/14 9:12am

Under The Dome Recap: Even A Dome Needs An Outlet Sometimes

What is Under The Dome, the TV show, about? I wonder this a lot. On the one hand, there's the ongoing political storyline about who's going to run the town of Chester's Mill. And then there's the mystical storyline involving dayglo eggs, resurrections, prophetic paintings, etc. Where do these storylines intersect? » 8/14/14 2:40pm 8/14/14 2:40pm