HERE THERE BE TYGERS is a very short story written by King while he was in high school. It was first published in 1968, in Ubris magazine, and later republished in his short stories collection SKELETON CREW, in 1985.
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There’s no doubt about it, it’s been a very long, cold winter. But here we are, Spring is finally upon us! The month of March doesn’t just usher in a new season, but also, March Madness for all you sports fans, Spring Break for students, and in our house we have a little tradition of our own this month, “March Musical Month!” We play our favorite musicals of all-time in March to bring good vibes for the up-coming season.
Posted April 8th, 2019. Add a comment
When we think of Stephen King, the universe he’s created, we think of his many novels, short stories, film adaptations, and the nightmares! There is so much more to the King Universe however, with all the merchandising, numerous fan pages, and the many appearances this author makes, people continue to just love…Stephen King!
Posted March 14th, 2019. Add a comment
HELL HATH NO FURY LIKE HER: The Making of CHRISTINE, is without a doubt, one of the very best “making of” books I have ever read! I found it unique that instead of numbered chapters, Lee began each new chapter with a quote from different scenes in the film. Definitely interesting and original.
Posted March 14th, 2019. Add a comment
The Stephen King short story, The man who loved flowers, was first published in August 1977, in Gallery magazine, and then in 1978, published in King’s collection of stories in his book, Night shift. The man who loved flowers is about a man who walks the city streets without a care in the world, stopping by a vendor to buy flowers for his true love Norma.
Posted January 29th, 2017. Add a comment
I was originally prepared to write my film review of the new Star Wars release ROGUE ONE, but feel it pales inlight of the passing of two Hollywood icons, actress Carrie Fisher, and legendary actress Debbie Reynolds, the latter being the mother of Carrie Fisher. Sadly they passed within 24 hours of one another just last week.
Posted January 22nd, 2017. Add a comment
Stephen King‘s short story, The road virus heads north, was first published in 1999 in 999 Anthology. In 2002, it was published in King’s short story collection: Everything is eventual.
Posted August 14th, 2016. Add a comment
Once again I’m back to bring you my latest interview from the world of “Stephen King Dollar Babies”. The film program for filmmakers to get the rights to short stories from the famous author Stephen King and bring those visions to the big screen all on a promise and one dollar. The “Dollar Baby” program has covered a lot of King’s stories and this time we have what I call a “Side-quel” story, Night Surf. The story isn’t a “prequel” nor a “sequel”, but takes places roughly the same time period as Kings Mega-Epic Masterpiece, The stand.
Posted January 20th, 2015. Add a comment
Once again, it is time for us to take a break from the big blockbuster films and enjoy something a little smaller. It’s time for another review from the Stephen King “Dollar Baby Program”. This is a film program started by King many years ago to help Independent filmmakers get into the film industry and let the world see their work. This time, it is from filmmaker, Rodney Altman and his “Dollar Baby” film, Umney’s Last Case.
Posted November 19th, 2013. Add a comment
When it comes to certain genre’s of films, I am one tough customer. When I see a horror film, I want to be scared and not see the same old thing, Action films I want my ears to explode, and Romance films, well, if I can feel good by the end then it worked. Same goes for comedies, I don’t want to just chuckle, but to laugh my ass off. In this case of This is the end … I did!