Stephen King is no stranger to “haunted” vehicles. With stories such as, MILE 81, TRUCKS (aka MAXIMUM OVERDRIVE), FROM A BUICK 8, and the queen of “haunted” vehicles: CHRISTINE! But there was a short story first published in Yankee magazine in 1983 and later published in Stephen King’s short story collection, SKELETON CREW in 1985. A talented filmmaker, Dan Sellers, has brought this short story to life.
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This is one of the very first short stories Stephen King had ever written in his career. He wrote it while in high school, and was first published in 1968, in Ubris magazine.
Posted September 1st, 2019. Add a comment
Stephen King‘s short story, I am the doorway, was first published in 1971′s March issue of Cavalier magazine. It was latter published in King’s short story collection, Night Shift. The story is about a disabled astronaut who is exposed to a toxic chemical during their mission to Venus. The lead character has his hand bandaged, it itches him something terrible, and suddenly eyeballs appear on his body as “doorways”.
Posted August 26th, 2017. Add a comment
Davide Melini is an independent filmmaker that has proven time after time his passion for filmmaking. With each new film his vision becomes clearer, and the subject matter even more entertaining, and more intense than the last. Davide has been writing and directing since 2006. It was his short film, The Puzzle, that began his career.
Posted June 21st, 2017. Add a comment
There are so many wonderful, entertaining, and frightening Stephen King short stories. Stories such as, THE MIST, THE BODY, THE LIBRARY POLICEMAN, THE MONKEY, SURVIVOR TYPE, and THE SHAWSHANK REDEMPTION, just to name a few. Personally, I feel RAINY SEASON, is one of the top scary short stories King has ever written. When I heard I was getting the opportunity to see the adaptation of it, my expectations were very high , and I was NOT disappointed!
Posted May 6th, 2017. Add a comment
Stephen King’s short story, One for the road, was originally published in the March/April of Maine Magazine in 1977. In 1978’s short story collection, Night shift. The story is a “sequel” to the King classic novel, Salem’s Lot.
Posted May 13th, 2016. Add a comment
Stephen King’s short story “Nona” was first published in 1978 as part of an anthology called, Shadows. It was later published in 1985 in King’s short story collection Skeleton Crew. Even though Peter changed the title to Love never dies, the story is the same: a story about a college dropout drifter, Steve (played by Reese Eveneshen) making his way through Maine to Castle Rock.
Posted December 21st, 2015. Add a comment
Stephen King’s short story, Rest Stop was first published in the December 2003 edition of Esquire magazine. It was later added to King’s short story collection book, Just After Sunset. The story won the National Magazine Award of Fiction in 2004.
Posted December 20th, 2015. Add a comment
The man who loved flowers was written by Stephen King and originally first published in Gallery magazine in 1977. It was later added to the short story collection book, Night shift in 1978. The story is about a young man walking down the street, various daily routines of people around doing their jobs or business just like any other day.
Posted March 28th, 2015. Add a comment
Tales of Poe is an anthology film based on chilling tales from Edgar Allan Poe. Known world-wide as one of the greatest writers of our time, scaring his readers, and giving us new reasons to be afraid of the dark. Only the works of Stephen King have ever come close to the master storytelling of Poe.