The whole creepy clown phenomenon is silly. They say Stephen King started it with Pennywise from “IT” (shown here, as I’m watching it this morning as one of my haunting season favorites). Well, IT (the book) was published September of 1986 and the movie came out on November 18th, 1990–30 and 26 years ago, respectively. Wow,… Read More »
I’ve been a Stephen King fan since my mother turned me onto him when I was in high school. The first book I read of his was The Stand, back in 1979 or 1980. It was HUGE, lasted a looooong time, and I enjoyed every slow page of it. I’ve been a big fan of… Read More »
This morning I watched The Dead Zone… It was a little too easy to see Donald Trump as Greg Stillson, running for office, and forseeing what could happen if that actually occurs… chills.
I’m anxiously waiting for Stephen King’s new book of short stories – The Bazaar of Bad Dreams to be released on 11/03/15. Until then though, there’s a short story by him on the New Yorker website that I haven’t read yet: Premium Harmony – by Stephen King. And here’s a list of all of the… Read More »
I just finished reading the Stephen King audiobook, Mr. Mercedes. It was awesome! Definitely a great audiobook that kept me in the car longer, Ingressing a lot more as a result, as I listened to it over the past couple weeks. During this time I found out that the anonymous chat site used extensively in… Read More »