What's your favourite film adaptation of a Stephen King novel?
I will say "Shawshank Redemption" to maybe get it out of the way... and I do feel that it is, but I am a big admirer of the original "Carrie," "Stand By Me" and "Misery"... Actually "The Running Man" is good too! I could go on...
I liked" "the stand" although it was long
and "it" (I never walk on the drain grate since I watched this)
For me it has to be Carrie with Sissy Spacek even though the remakes are good as well. Did Stephen King write The Shawshank Redemption or just part of it like he did in Stand By Me? I like that movie.
My favorite was "It". It's still a pretty scary movie even though it was a made for TV movie, without all the gore and violence. I heard they are remaking it soon, just like everything else. Wish all the executives who suggest these remake ideas "all floated down here".
Shawshank Redemption, The Mist, and Misery are great too for there respective genre but It was what introduced me to Stephen King as a youngin'.
by Mohan Kumar4 years ago
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by Nicholas Daly3 years ago
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by emichael5 years ago
What is your favorite Stephen King novel? What is your favorite movie based on a Stephen King novel?
by bulletproofchris7 years ago
Ok, I'm sure this has been asked before, but I'm fairly new here and so it will be new to me. I love Stephen King. He's my favorite living author, and the reason I decided to pursue writing as a career. What I want to...
by Louise Lately5 years ago
Is it 'Forest Gump', 'Sliding Doors', 'The Shining' or something completely different?
by Kenna McHugh3 weeks ago
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