Ahead of The Stand's release, Stephen King looks back on the best and worst TV adaptations of his stories
As with the film adaptations, attempts to bring King’s books to life on TV have had mixed results, and few have reached the heights of The Green Mile or Misery.
The strange metal object was first spotted on 18 November by a helicopter crew counting big horn sheep from air, in a remote south eastern location of Utah
The Haunting of Bly Manor: Why two centuries on, Henry James' iconic horror story continues to inspire adaptations
Adaptors’ enduring fascination with The Turn of the Screw, Henry James’ 'irresponsible little fiction' can be summed up in a word: ambiguity.
The Shining at 40: Revisiting Stanley Kubrick’s cautionary tale of isolation, creative frustration in times of lockdown
The more you immerse yourself in Stanley Kubrick's world of The Shining, the more you see it as a dark reflection of lockdown life in 2020.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Jim Carrey's new artwork portrays Donald Trump, Boris Johnson as ghost twins from The Shining
Jim Carrey's portrayal of the two world leaders was a commentary on their poor handling of the coronavirus pandemic
Andrei Tarkovsky’s Solaris vs the Steven Soderbergh version, plus a diss about Stanley Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey
Thoughts on Solaris director Andrei Tarkovsky's dig at Stanley Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey, where he equated the latter's sci-fi film to a "comic book."
Devs review: Will quantum computing debunk the myth of free will? Alex Garland’s sci-fi series explores
From the two episodes currently available for streaming, it is hard to accurately identify the purpose of the computer at the heart of Devs.
Vicky Kaushal on experimenting with Bhoot - Part One: The Haunted Ship, and why he's scared of watching horror films
Vicky Kaushal discusses the shift in his technique while switching from comedy and drama to horror, where much is left to the actor's imagination.
Joaquin Phoenix's acceptance speeches at awards like Oscars and the change they may drive could empower the voiceless in a way his film Joker never could.
Ad Astra, High Life tell fundamentally human stories of the inner self with cosmic mysteries as a backdrop
The journey at the heart of Ad Astra and High Life is not one about unravelling the mysteries of the cosmos, but an introspective one on what grounds us to our own world.
Does it matter Oliver Laxe's Spanish film Fire Will Come gives us a mere hint of plot, whereas Konkani drama Kaajro (Bitter Tree) gives the entire plot away?
Venice Film Festival 2019: The reverse chronology in Gaspar Noé’s Irreversible, which gets an Out of Competition screening
Gasper Noe's French experimental thriller Irreversible, which will be screened at the Venice Film Festival this year, forces us to think about the sexual violence involved.
Venice Film Festival 2019: Joaquin Phoenix's Joker, Brad Pitt's Ad Astra to compete for Golden Lion at Biennale
Hirokazu Kore-eda's The Truth will be opening the 76th edition of Venice Film Festival.
Cannes 2019 day 3 round up: Elton John attends Rocketman premiere; Alfonso Cuaron presents The Shining
Day 3 of Cannes 2019 saw the screening of The Shining, Rocketman, Atlantique, Too Old to Die Young, among others.
Pet Sematary early reactions: New Stephen King adaptation 'manages to reach Kubrick/Shining level heights'
Based on the seminal horror novel by Stephen King, Pet Sematary is slated to release on 5 April
The Oxford English Dictionary adds over 100 film-related words, including like Spielbergian, Kubrickian
The Oxford English Dictionary has added over 100 words and phrases that are used in the language of cinema: 'cinematography to criticism, film scripts to film-makers'
Stanley Kubrick's lost screenplay of Burning Secret found; film based on Viennese writer Stefan Zweig's novella
In Stanley Kubrick's adaptation of the story of adultery and passion, a suave and predatory man befriends a 10-year-old boy to seduce his married mother
Stanley Kubrick's explanation of 2001: A Space Odyssey's bizarre ending surfaces 50 years after film's release
Director Stanley Kubrick gives a simple explanation for Space Odyssey's bizarre ending in a documentary footage that resurfaced this week
Parmanu highlights a significant chapter in Indian history for the current generation, but the consequences of nuclear warfare go beyond national interest.
This has to be a joke, right? Writing about a director in a photography column? Nope. Kubrick was one of cinema’s greatest influences but he was also an extremely talented photographer.