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reviewed 11/22/63: A Novel. May 03, 2014
11/22/63 a book by Stephen King
I haven't read many of this hyper selling author's books and not for quite a while (I remember reading Christine when it was a new book decades ago) and just from the plot synopsis this seems …
posted a Quick Tip about Cat's Eye. November 20, 2013
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This is a fun flick that I do recommend to any King or horror fans out there. Every time I watch this it takes me back, I love it.
reviewed Cat's Eye. November 12, 2013
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            CAT'S EYE      I am and have always been a big fan of Stephen King, from the books to the screen and everything in between. …
posted a Quick Tip about The Shining (1980 movie). March 09, 2013
The Shining
Shot for the title sequence of Stanley Kubrick's film adaption of The Shining, supererogatory footage of Montana's Glacier National Park was subsequently exploited by Ridley Scott to supplement …
reviewed 11/22/63: A Novel. July 19, 2012
11/22/63 a book by Stephen King
Did you ever wish you had the power to change history?      Stephen King's tour de force, "11/22/63,"  describes that happening and when history is changed it creates unforesee …
reviewed The Running Man. July 05, 2012
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Ahh Arnold, corny and campy 80's action movies aren't quite the same without you or Sly or even Dolph hanging around and this one about a violent game show which puts prisoners through a gauntlet …
posted a Quick Tip about The Running Man. June 23, 2012
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80's action movie with Arnie spewing more Bond one liners then you can count as he is put on a sadistic gameshow to fight for his life in a dystopion future. Entertaining for sure with it's warning about …
reviewed 11/22/63: A Novel. February 13, 2012
11/22/63 a book by Stephen King
   While I end up liking most of the books that I read by Stephen King, he isn't an author that I salivate over when something new comes out. I'm not sure why, as I like the genre and …
posted a Quick Tip about The Shining (1980 movie). January 14, 2012
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The Shining
While I still haven't chosen which Kubrick movie is my favorite, The Shining is easily one of my favorite movies ever.  Since I'm not one that's easy to scare, this movie is one of the …
posted a Quick Tip about The Running Man. January 01, 2012
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Much like the other Schwarzenegger movie Commando (1985), this is a fine example of a "feel good" action movie. If you're having a bad day, this movie will cheer you up. The 80's interpretation of the …
reviewed 11/22/63: A Novel. December 16, 2011
11/22/63 a book by Stephen King
Ever since King's early work (The Stand, Misery, The Shining) he seems to have been just a prolific writer of mediocracy.  This book is his big comeback!  In probably the best book of have …
reviewed Pet Sematary Special Colletor's Editon. December 04, 2011
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Pet Sematary Special Colletor's Editon
      PET SEMATARY      I am a huge Stephen King fan and it is no secret, form his books to his films I like them all. That includes both versions of this story …
reviewed Carrie. October 31, 2011
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**** out of ****     If there is something more to thank Stephen King for other than his brilliant horror novels, it would be the often equally as brilliant films that they inspire. …
reviewed The Mist. October 25, 2011
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The Mist
*** out of ****     "The Mist" is a deceptive horror film; based on a Stephen King novella, and directed by Frank Darabont, who has in the past helmed a few of the most famous and …
reviewed The Shining (1980 movie). October 09, 2011
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The Shining
**** out of ****     Some of the best films are the ones which provoke us to return to their often questionable realms for a second coming, not long after we've tried to - or succeeded …
reviewed Under the Dome. March 29, 2011
Under the Dome
Under The Dome. Well, you read the synopsis.  The story takes us into a small town in (where else) Maine, where an invisible dome has appeared (pretty clever the way that ties in with the title, …
posted a Quick Tip about The Shining (book). March 10, 2011
The Shining
Personally, I'm a much bigger fan of the made-for-TV movie adaptation of The Shinning than the Stanley Kubrick version, simply for staying true to the novel.
reviewed The Dark Tower Series. March 04, 2011
The Dark Tower Series
These books are unlike any other Stephen King has ever written, which is probably why I liked them so much.      My review is limited strictly to, "Read Them".   …
posted a Quick Tip about The Gunslinger: The Dark Tower. March 04, 2011
The Gunslinger: The Dark Tower
Ye got one thing wrong. Stephen King is the author, Michael Whelan illustrated it.
reviewed 'Salem's Lot. October 20, 2010
'Salem's Lot
   Would you like to know something weird about me? In high school, my honors English teacher gave us an assignment to write a book report comparing and contrasting two books but the catch was …
reviewed Different Seasons. October 14, 2010
Different Seasons
Until I started reading King myself, I had always thought of him as a horror writer. The first book I read by King was IT. After reading that, I realized that he wasn't just a horror writer, but was …
reviewed The Running Man. October 14, 2010
The Running Man
Years before reality tv was even thought of by television companies, Stephen King presented the idea (writing under the pseudonym of Richard Bachman) as being a mass-opiate to the public. Set in a dystopia …
reviewed The Long Walk (book). October 14, 2010
The Long Walk (Richard Bachman)
Originally released under King's alter-ego, Richard Bachman, THE LONG WALK is one of the most haunting and enduring novels that King has ever written. Apparently, King wrote the book when he was a …
reviewed Roadwork. October 14, 2010
Written under his alter-ego of Richard Bachman, ROADWORK was King's first attempt at writing a typical mainstream novel (without the supernatural). The book takes place in the early -1970s and chronicles …
reviewed The Colorado Kid. October 14, 2010
The Colorado Kid (Hard Case Crime #13) [Mass
Stephen King first gained famed as a writer of the horrific and macabre. Books such as CARRIE, `SALEM'S LOT, THE SHINING, IT, etc. are what King is best known. However, King isn't just a great …
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