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The films of Stephen King

by Lloyd, Ann

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Published by St. Martin"s Press in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • King, Stephen, 1947- -- Film and video adaptations.,
    • Horror tales, American -- Film and video adaptations.,
    • Horror films -- United States -- History and criticism.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes index.

      StatementAnn Lloyd.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPS3561.I483 Z75 1993
      The Physical Object
      Pagination96 p. :
      Number of Pages96
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1093999M
      ISBN 100312113293, 0312112742
      LC Control Number94018424

      Music, Film, TV and Political News Coverage. Back in , when Stephen King sold his first book Carrie to a publisher (the manuscript of which . Stephen King has been terrifying readers for 43 years, crafting best-selling novels and short stories that have become iconic works of these written works have come a plethora of film.

        The accidental release of a plague decimates the majority of America’s population leading to a post-apocalyptic tale of survival amid an other-worldly clash of good vs. evil. That, in a nutshell, is the gist of Stephen King’s fourth novel, The Stand. Released in , the weighty book – the original version is pages long, while the. Order of Stephen King Books Stephen King is an American author of horror, suspense, science fiction and fantasy novels. He is best-known for such published works as Carrie, The Shining and Misery – all of which have been adapted into successful films.

      Although the novel received mixed reviews from critics, It is considered one of ten best Stephen King books by readers. The writer was nominated for several prestigious awards and won the British Fantasy Society August Derleth Award in with : Angela Galbraith.   Stephen King has made a huge fortune from his books and their movie adaptations - and you might be surprised to know which of your favourite films he is the brains behind emma gritt 8 Sep ,


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A list of Stephen King's Movies, organized alphabetically. Now we’re talking about The Dead Zone, a King staple. Based on the Stephen King novel of the same name, The Dead Zone was adapted for film by screenwriter Jeffrey Boam and director David Cronenberg, a big name in the horror genre specifically for body horror.

The story goes that, as soon as the book came out, a copy was given directly to Author: Nicole Mello. A master The films of Stephen King book of every Stephen King book and short story that has been adapted into movies or TV shows.

Carrie, Shawshank, The Shining, Stand By Me, and more. All Stephen King TV Series, Miniseries, TV Movies Ranked.

TV has been a favorite home to adaptations of Stephen King books and short stories into series, mini-series, and TV movies since TV series Salem’s r developed for television or straight-to-video — remember video tapes.

50 rows  Profession: Book Author, Screenwriter, Executive Producer. Born:. Stephen King, Writer: Maximum Overdrive. Stephen Edwin King was born on Septemat the Maine General Hospital in Portland. His parents were Nellie Ruth (Pillsbury), who worked as a caregiver at a mental institute, and Donald Edwin King, a merchant seaman.

His father was born under the surname "Pollock," but used the last name "King," under which Stephen Born: A list of Stephen King's Movies, organized oldest to newest. Erin Miller is a freelance book critic with a B.A.

in English from Duke University. Her work has appeared regularly in the Orlando Sentinel. Stephen King is one of the most prolific authors alive, known for writing horror, fantasy, and psychological thrillers.

His books have sold more than million : Erin Collazo Miller. looks set to be another eventful year for Stephen King fans, with new TV series and movies based on the author's library on the way. Beginning with the movie version of King's debut novel Carrie, the horror master's stories have been no stranger to both the big and small screens.

At this point, some of King's catalog has been adapted multiple times, with. As one of the most prolific horror and suspense writers in the biz, Stephen King has enough books in his extensive oeuvre to last thriller readers quite some time.

Those who really follow the Occupation: Staff Writer. Maximum Overdrive (). The one movie King ever directed, and well, you know, Stephen King is a wonderful writer who should probably stick with writing. The movie’s tone is set in the opening scene, in which a man (played by King) tries to take money out of an ATM.

Stephen King is one of the most prolific horror writers of all time, and his books have been brought to life on screen dozens of times. Stephen King is one of the most prolific authors alive, but he is just as well known for the movies and adaptations made from his books and stories as for his this list of King's movies, short films and TV shows to find out if your favorite book has been adapted to the screen or to find new King movies to : Erin Collazo Miller.

#1: Carrie (): The very first Stephen King novel, the very first Stephen King adaptation, and the one that set the standard.

Brian DePalma puts his stamp on it, and Sissy Spacek and Piper Laurie deliver some of their most indelible screen performances.

Stephen King writes so many books that even one of his pseudonyms is a famous author: Richard Bachman. "The Running Man" was the last book he wrote before his cover was blown, and the movie adaptation starring Arnold Schwarzenegger has been cited as a frighteningly accurate dystopian work.

Including the two that will become movies this year. As the author of more than 60 globally best-selling books, the mind behind 50 of the scariest scary movies, and both a National Medal of Honor and National Book Foundation Medal recipient, it's an undisputed fact that Stephen King is a master of horror : Mckenzie Jean-Philippe.

Travel Movies Books Food Other. Sign In Sign In. Make a List Browse Lists Search Lists Leaders Help / Contact Suggest Feature Newsletter. The Complete List of Stephen King Movies show list info. This is the complete list of theatrical and TV movies based on work by the Master of Horror, Stephen King.

1, users 3, views. Over the past four decades, the Stephen King movie has become a genre unto itself. The prolific writer's works have spawned well over adaptations for both the big and small screen, ranging from modern classics of horror (Carrie, The Shining) to Oscar-nominated fare (The Shawshank Redemption, The Green Mile) to unapologetic, B-movie schlock (the King-directed Maximum /5(12).

There's an interesting interview with SK, a review of IT by Whoopi Goldberg, an essay about meeting King from Frank Belknap Long, an essay about King's use of brand names in his books (mostly pharmaceutical, written by a physician), a look at King's movies, and various looks at King's works from different aspects.4/5(1).

For years, King apparently hated it, but has belatedly brought Stanley in from the cold: his novel Doctor Sleep is a sequel to both his novel and Kubrick’s version (with its own movie.

We don't think Stephen King will ever run out of books to turn into movie adaptations, and in fact, he's still going pretty strong. With Dr. Sleep newly released, we thought we would make a list of the most popular flicks out there that are based on a novel by this brilliant man. RELATED: 10 Of The Highest-Grossing Movie Soundtracks Ever While most of them Author: Meah Peers.

Music, Film, TV and Political News Coverage. In our recent interview with Stephen King, we asked the author to name the best book he ever t a moment's hesitation he went with Lisey's.