Archive | Books

doctor_sleep_full

Mike Flanagan’s ‘Doctor Sleep’ Wakes Up To A Release Date

Mike Flanagan (Oculus, Hush) was asked last year what other Stephen King novel he would like to adapt following his fantastic adaptation of King’s Gerald’s Game (review) for Netflix. His answer, Doctor Sleep, King’s sequel to The Shining. His wish was granted. Warner Bros. announced earlier this year that the film was on its way.  Today, we’ve learned […]

Continue Reading
the terror 4

‘The Terror’ Sails Into The Sunset

WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD! (Non-Spoilers afterward)     Tonight was the season finale of the first and possibly last season of AMC’s series, The Terror. The show followed the fictionalized account of the doomed Franklin Expedition based on the novel of the same name written by Dan Simmons, where the stranded English crew must face an […]

Continue Reading
fear-street-movies-980x620

New ‘Fear Street’ Novel Gets Cover Art

The ‘Goosebumps’ book franchise was my introduction to horror as a very small child and as I grew a bit, I got really into R. L. Stine’s ‘Fear Street’ collection.  In 2014, after a 15 year hiatus, ‘Fear Street’ returned!  Now, Stine’s newest novel gets its cover art released.   In ‘The Wrong Girl” “Poppy Miller […]

Continue Reading
Golden-State-Killer

Former Police Officer Charged As The Golden State Serial Killer

  From 1978 to 1986, the Golden State Killer (aka The East Area Rapist) took the lives of 12 people and raped 46 women in California. He often tied up men and forced them to watch their companions being raped before he killed them. The Golden State Killer’s murders and rapes were not linked until 2000. […]

Continue Reading
BEARBANNER1

Bears Go To War In Webcomic ‘Bearmageddon’

While Hollywood is obsessed with putting things into tornados, the corners of the internet have a hidden gem, a webcomic titled Bearmageddon by Ethan Nicolle. Ethan has been making comics for years with his most notable work being Axe Cop that was created by his little brother (5 years old at the time) Malachai.   […]

Continue Reading
The Stand DVD

Josh Boone’s New ‘The Stand’ Series Adaptation Coming To CBS

We’re not kidding when we say that are many Stephen King adaptations in the works, but we’re here to talk one specific project, CBS’s “The Stand” series adaptation from Josh Boone (The New Mutants). Originally, Boone, had a four-film franchise planned, instead, we’ll see ten one-hour episodes. This will make the second tv version of King’s “The […]

Continue Reading
Ribbet Edit

Spoiler Free First Impression Of AMC’s ‘The Terror’

With its waining popularity, it’s safe to say that The Walking Dead now has competition, The Terror, the new series based on the novel written by Dan Simmons of the same name. The book, as well as the new series, is a fictionalized account of the infamous Franklin’s Lost Expedition The show’s two-hour premiere with […]

Continue Reading
meg-2018

‘The Meg’ Trailer Announced With New Photo

One of this year’s most highly-anticipated films is Jon Turteltaub’s The Meg, based on the novel series by Steve Alten. It’s about a Megalodon, a giant prehistoric shark, what’s not to love? Alten himself has just confirmed that the trailer for The Meg will be swimming in sometime early next month, followed by its theatrical release this summer. In […]

Continue Reading
stir-of-echoes

Kevin Bacon To Star In ‘You Should Have Left’ Adaptation

David Koepp and Blumhouse, along with Kevin Bacon, are teaming up for the film adaptation of the international best-selling novel You Should Have Left by Daniel Kehlmann, THR is reporting. Termors star Kevin Bacon will be both starring and producing the film which begins production later this year. Koepp, who penned the script, will be in the […]

Continue Reading