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.
Hannes Stöhr’s Berlin is in Germany talks about an East German adjusting to life in a unified nation
What if you were raised in a place that resembled jail, and that’s your default state of being? You don’t know what it is to be free.
It might have ruled IMDb ratings, and may be a near universal shoo-in for everyone’s introduction to serious cinema, but beneath its manipulative surface, The Shawshank Redemption, is actually soft, myopic and dare I say, spineless.
Oscars Best Picture flubs: From Forrest Gump vs Pulp Fiction to Argo over Amour, times the Academy messed up
As we look forward to the 90th Academy Awards, we whittled down moments when we were all collectively outraged over the Best Picture winner.
Legendary cinematographer Roger Deakins has won the top award for Blade Runner 2049 at the 32nd annual American Society of Cinematographers Awards
Before IT gets to the theatres, catch up on more scary films based on Stephen King's hair-raising tales on #ThrowbackThursday