Review: Gerald’s Game, the past is haunting

Mike Flanagan quickly made a name for himself among the horror genre after turning heads with Abstentia and following it up with the well-received Oculus back in 2013. Flanagan has been busy ever since, quickly turning out four more films—Hush, Before I Wake, Ouija: Origin of Evil, and now his latest with Gerald’s Game. When […]

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The rats are here for Stephen King’s 1922 trailer

It’s the year of the Stephen King adaptation, with both Gerald’s Game and 1922 following The Dark Tower and IT—I would imagine we’ll be seeing even more next year thanks to the amazing success of the latter. But before we start thinking about what’s to come, let’s focus on 1922, Netflix’s second King adaptation this […]

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First look at Bill Skarsgard as Pennywise in IT

We no longer have to wonder what Hemlock Grove’s Bill Skarsgard is going to look like as Pennywise the clown in Andy Muschietti’s IT because EW just shared the first ever look at Stephen King’s terrifying monster. And while it’s still a pretty big tease, we at least get to see his face and it’s menacing as all hell. […]

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Bill Skarsgard to play Pennywise in Stephen King’s IT

Okay, so a lot has happened along the road of a new adaptation of Stephen King’s IT. What was first going to be helmed by True Detective’s Cary Fukunaga eventually landed in the hands of Mama director Andy Muschietti. And since Fukunaga left the project, so did its Pennywise, who was going to be played by Will […]

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Mama director Andres Muschietti to helm Stephen King’s IT adaptation

After the crushing news that True Detective’s Cary Fukunaga had dropped out of the feature film adaptation of Stephen King’s IT, a lot of people assumed (me included) that the project was all but dead. New Line had other plans, however, quickly replacing Fukunaga with Mama director Andres Muschietti, who is no doubt an interesting […]

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Cary Fukunaga drops out of IT adaptation; project most likely doomed

Just when things were looking up for Cary Fukunaga’s two-part film adaptation of Stephen King’s IT, the True Detective director has dropped out of the project after bumping heads with New Line. The film will not move forward as planned this summer and has been pushed indefinitely, reports The Wrap. Stop me if you’v heard this one before, […]

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