This short story based on Stephen King‘s works, was first published in Transgressions: Volume 2 and in 2008 added to the short story collection book, Just After Sunset. The film takes place on and days after the most terrifying event in America’s history: bombings at the World Trade Center in New York on 9-11 2001.
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The last rung on the ladder is a Stephen King short story that was published in King’s short story collection, Night shift. The story is about a brother and sister who are always there for each other. One day on a hot summer’s day, they play a game in a barn that one jumps off the top of the inside of a barn and the other catches them at the bottom.
Posted March 25th, 2014. Add a comment
It’s time again to bring you the very best in Short film entertainment and by doing so that means, yet another review of a “Dollar Baby” brought to you by the Stephen King Program. This time, our “Dollar Baby” is from filmmaker Ranjeet S. Marwa and he has adapted King’s short story, Cain rose up, from the book, Skeleton Krew.
Posted March 6th, 2014. Add a comment
It is time again to bring you the very best in Independent and Short Film entertainment. This time, it is yet another Short film from the Stephen King “Dollar Baby” Program. For those unfamiliar with this program, it is a decades long program that the famous writer, Stephen King, came up with where up-and-coming filmmakers buy the rights to one of King’s short stories for one dollar, make the film, and sends it off to King himself. Most of these films are on the film festival circuit and end up being very successful.
Posted February 3rd, 2014. Add a comment
It’s time again to bring you the very best in Short film entertainment and by doing so that means, yet another review of a “Dollar Baby” brought to you by the Stephen King Program. King’s “Dollar Baby” film program is for up-and-coming filmmakers to show the world their work and at the same time adapt one of King’s short stories to scare fans around the world. This time, our “Dollar Baby” is from filmmaker Jay Holben and he has adapted King’s short story, Paranoid: a chant, from the book, Skeleton crew.
Posted January 13th, 2014. Add a comment
It is time once again to take a break from the big blockbuster films we’re use to and take a moment to spotlight another Short film from the Stephen King “Dollar Baby Program”. The “Dollar Baby Progam” is a film program designed by King many years ago for up-and-coming filmmakers to get their work out there and show the world what they can do with his words. The latest comes from filmmaker, Maria Ivanova and her film, Beachworld.
Posted November 23rd, 2013. Add a comment
The story takes place at the Samuel Claggert Museum where the possessions and antiques of Claggert are on display and in some cases for sale. At this museum, the antique, Delver’s mirror is waiting to be seen by a antique collector, Mr. Johnson Spangler(played by John-David Wiese) for a possible purchase.
Posted August 13th, 2013. Add a comment
The story is told through the eyes of a little boy, Isaac (played by Tyler Chase) who is get’s into trouble at school, does what he pleases, and mostly lies. He lies to his father, his teachers, and anyone who will listen. He comes from a broken home without a mother. His father (played by Rob Patterson) is a war vet and alcoholic who doesn’t really care about anything, not since his wife and Tyler’s mom left.
Posted June 17th, 2013. Add a comment
Survivor Type is a short film like I’ve never seen before. It is scary, suspenseful, and very graphic! All the ingredients for a great Stephen King adaptation. The story is about a surgeon, Richard Pine (played perfectly by Gideon Emery) who has crash landed on a deserted island after being on a cruise ship on a special trip.
Posted May 25th, 2013. Add a comment
When we eat food that is not good for us, we call it “Junkfood”. We know it’s bad for us, but we eat it anyway. The healthy food is there, waiting for us to do the right thing and eat it, enjoy it, and it’s better for us. And in the end, we are satisfied and wonder why we didn’t try it sooner.