5 Scariest Stephen King Horror Movie Adaptations

5 Scariest Stephen King Horror Movie Adaptations

The 5 scariest Stephen King movie adaptations ever made. Top 5 list curated and written by Sophia Mae Patfield.

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Why the 1980s Is the Best Decade for Horror

Why the 1980s Is the Best Decade for Horror

Why the politics, special effects, music and themes of horror movies in the 1980s make for the best decade in the history of the genre. Article by James Harris.

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Barry Lyndon (1975) Review

Barry Lyndon (1975) Review

Despite often being overlooked in the canon of great Stanley Kubrick films, 1975 period drama/historical epic ‘Barry Lyndon’ is a must-watch for anyone interested in the form. Christopher Connor reviews.

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Doctor Sleep (2019) Review

Doctor Sleep (2019) Review

Mike Flanagan honours two distinct visions of ‘The Shining’ in his adaptation of Stephen King’s ‘Doctor Sleep’ starring Ewan McGregor and Rebecca Ferguson. Sam Sewell-Peterson reviews.

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The Shining (1980) Retrospective Review

The Shining (1980) Retrospective Review

“Humans are scarier than ghosts” and Stanley Kubrick’s precise vision for Stephen King’s ‘The Shining’, released in 1980, explores that. Sam Sewell-Peterson offers a retrospective review of the horror classic.

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Who’d Have Thought That ‘Paranormal Activity’ Would Be Actually Terrifying?

Who’d Have Thought That ‘Paranormal Activity’ Would Be Actually Terrifying?

Could it be possible that the original ‘Paranormal Activity’ (2007) was actually a feminist movie ahead of its time? And was it actually scarier than we remember? Katie Doyle guides us through it, here.

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How To Make A Good Book-to-Movie Adaptation

How To Make A Good Book-to-Movie Adaptation

Beth Sawdon offers advice on how to make a good book-to-film adaptation, taking lessons from the good and often downright ugly adaptations of the past in this special feature.

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Kubrick & Kids – The Work of a Dictatorial Director & His Child Stars

Kubrick & Kids – The Work of a Dictatorial Director & His Child Stars

Stanley Kubrick isn’t the first name you think of when thinking of directors working with children in film, but Jacqui Griffin points out that maybe he should be in this special feature article.

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