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LUCKEY QUARTER – Robert Cochrane

This short story was originally published in the June 30/July 2 1995 issue of Usa weekend. It was later published in 1997 in the limited edition Stephen King book, Six Stories. In 2002, it was published along with many other short stories in the collection, Everything’s eventual.

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Posted June 14th, 2014.

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STRAWBERRY SPRING – Doveed Linder

This Stephen King short story was first published in Ubris magazine in 1968 and in 1978 added to the short story collection, Night shift. The story is about a narrator thinking back over a horrible event that took place at New Sharon College over a Strawberry Spring.

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Posted June 3rd, 2014.

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THE THINGS THEY LEFT BEHIND – Pablo Macho Maysonet

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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Posted May 12th, 2014.

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SCAVENGERS – Travis Zariwny

Wake (Roark Critchlow) is the leader of a space scavengers team who finds an alien object during one of its universe searches. This object reveals an unknown technology known as the Chaos Generator, made up of three parts, and it attracts Captain Jekel (Sean Patrick Flanery) who is trying to reunite the alien item.

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Posted May 7th, 2014.

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PLASTIC GALAXY:THE STORY OF STAR WARS TOYS – Brian Stillman

When I was very young, there really wasn’t that many things I liked to play with. Being a 6yr. in 1977 wasn’t all that exciting, up until May of 1977 when the biggest film in history came to theaters: Star Wars. The epic scifi film that launch a wave around the world of die-hard fans that helped make it the film of legends.

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Posted May 1st, 2014.

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SPARKS – Todd Burrows, Christopher Folino

1920, Rochester, a meteor flashes through the sky piercing clouds, killing some innocent people and donating a huge power to other (fortunate?) thirteen ones. A terrible car accident leaves Ian Sparks (Chase Williamson, John Dies at the End) alone, after his parents’ death, and he tries to throw his thoughts into an unending fight against crime, fostered by costume and mask made by his grandmother. Teaming up with Lady Heavenly (Ashley BellThe Last Exorcism), Ian faces the most savage criminal of the nation: Mantanza (William KattThe Man from Earth).

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Posted April 27th, 2014.

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THE LAST RUNG ON THE LADDER – James Cole, Daniel Thron

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.

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Posted March 25th, 2014.

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CAIN ROSE UP – Ranjeet S. Marwa

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.

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Posted March 6th, 2014.

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BLOODY HOMECOMING – Brian C. Weed

One student dies accidentally while involved with a bunch of friends in homecoming event. After a long period of grief, it’s time to homecoming again: three years have passed by, boys and girls grew up but someone seems to remember exactly what happened that cursed day and now … it’s time to revenge.

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Posted March 2nd, 2014.

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ALL THAT YOU LOVE WILL BE CARRIED AWAY – James Renner

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.

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Posted February 3rd, 2014.

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