An eight-page horror story becomes a blashemous ’90s VR nightmare – one that Stephen King didn’t want his name attached to.
Flesh-eating creatures and farcical meta-comedy meet in this refreshing, delightful riff on the zombie genre.
A punk drummer loses his hearing in Darius Marder’s intense, layered personal drama, with an intense lead performance by Ahmed.
The acclaimed filmmaker stumbles in her slick, but inaccessible portrait of the iconic civil rights figure.
Issa López captures the horror of growing up in a warzone with a gritty fairy tale that would make Guillermo Del Toro proud.
Janice Engel’s sprightly doc is more appreciation for the acclaimed journalist than activism, and that’s a good thing.
While it captures some of the melancholy of the acclaimed novel, John Crowley’s adaptation is too leaden and self-serious to really soar.
David Cronenberg’s psychological thriller stands as one of the best Stephen King adaptations of the ’80s.
“The Fan,” “The Fan,” & “The Fanatic”: Which Stalker Movie Triumphs Over All?
Max Lewkowicz directs a heartfelt but thin documentary about the creation of a timeless Broadway classic.
Alejandro Landes’ tense, probing portrait of child soldiers keeps its messages as muddy as its setting.
The new film from the writers of A Quiet Place fails to break from convention.
Stephen King and George Romero’s ode to creepy comic anthologies is a schlocky, joyous riot.
Hannah Pearl Utt tackles the timeless theme of family with a solid directorial debut.
Danish director Daniel Joseph Borgman’s coming of age drama is an uncomfortable story of abuse, mental illness, and escape.
The second half of Andy Muschietti’s Stephen King adaptation sinks under its mishmash of tones.
With the upcoming release of IT: Chapter Two, we traverse the long, creepy road down the various filmic adaptations of Stephen King’s work.
What do you get when your meet cute involves horny tweens and questionable boundaries? This thing.