Alone in the Dark (1982 film)

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It was the director's debut film as well as an early production of New Line Cinema. The plot concerns a family under siege by four escaped psychiatric prison inmates during a power blackout. Despite having a quiet theatrical release and initially dismissed by critics, years since its release the film has gained reappraisal and has achieved a cult following. Dr. Dan Potter is the replacement for Dr. Harry Merton, a psychiatrist at Dr. Leo Bain's psychiatric haven. Dr. Merton has taken a position at a psychiatric hospital in the nearby city of Philadelphia. Dan, his wife Nell, and daughter Lyla, have recently moved into a house in the area. Dan's sister Toni arrives for a visit.

Just After Sunset

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A clipping from the Chester's Mill local paper, the editor of which is a major character in Under the Dome, is part of the nested narrative. * "Mute" In part two of this story, the main character recounts how his wife and her lover, "Cowboy Bob," had gone up to Derry and spent a couple of days at a place called Hollywood Slots. The town of Derry, Maine is the setting of King's 1986 novel It and many of his other novels and stories. *Stephen King short fiction bibliography (Arranged in Story Order). "N.". Just After Sunset Trailer. Gingerbread Girl Movie The Stephen King Competition.

Cell (novel)

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On November 11, 2009, Stephen King announced at a book signing in Dundalk, Maryland that he had finished a screenplay. He stated that he had complaints with the ending of the book and it was redone for the screenplay. On October 31, 2012, it was announced that actor John Cusack would play the lead role of Clayton Riddell. On November 5, 2013, it was reported that Samuel L. Jackson had signed on to play Tom McCourt. Jackson and Cusack worked together previously on the successful Stephen King adaptation 1408.

The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction

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Grant and Stephen King. The mid-1960s saw an increase in the diversity of stories appearing elsewhere in the field; magazines like New Worlds and Science Fantasy published material that previously could only have appeared in F&SF. Sf author Christopher Priest, writing in 1978, commented that many writers later considered part of the New Wave soon found "a natural home for their work" in F&SF.

N. (novella)

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In September 2017, Gaumont Television announced it was developing a television series adapting the story, to be entitled '8' *Short fiction by Stephen King Trailer. Press release. Motherland, Inc.

Under the Dome (novel)

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Under the Dome is a science fiction novel by American writer Stephen King, published in November 2009. It is the 58th book published by Stephen King and it was his 48th novel. Set in and around a small Maine town, it tells an intricate, multi-character and point-of-view story of how the town's inhabitants contend with the calamity of being suddenly cut off from the outside world by an impassable, invisible barrier that drops out of the sky, transforming the community into a domed city.

Ur (novella)

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Soon afterward, Wesley learns his girlfriend may want to reconcile. * Short fiction by Stephen King

The Plant

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The Plant is an unfinished serial novel by American writer Stephen King, published in 1982–1985 privately and in 2000 as a commercial e-book. The story, told in epistolary format consisting entirely of letters, memos and correspondence, is about an editor in a paperback publishing house who gets a manuscript from what appears to be a crackpot. The manuscript is about magic, but it also contains photographs that seem very real. The editor writes the author a rejection slip, but because of the photographs, he also informs the police where the author lives. This enrages the author, who sends a mysterious plant to the editor's office.

Scott Snyder

Snyder has a wife named Jeanie and two sons named Jack and Emmett. * Attack on Titan: Under the Surface (with Ray Fawkes, Rafael Albuquerque and John Raunch, 2016) collected as Attack on Titan Anthology (hc, 2016, ISBN: 978-1-68233-448-5) * Scott Snyder on Twitter * Interview: Scott Snyder and Jeff Lemire Face Their Fears in A.D.: After Death (2017) 2011 Eisner Award for Best New Series (with Stephen King and Rafael Albuquerque for American Vampire). 2011 Harvey Award for Best New Series (with Stephen King and Rafael Albuquerque for American Vampire). 2012 Eagle Award for Best Writer. 2012 Stan Lee Award for Best Ongoing Series (Detective Comics). 2012 Stan Lee Award for Best Writer. 2012 Stan

Blockade Billy

Lonely Road Books (Summer, 2010). 1) Signed Limited Edition - comes in a traycase and features new additional artwork from Alex McVey and Glen Orbik (the book will be signed by them too), a William "Blockade Billy" Blakely baseball card, and a signed Stephen King baseball card. 2) Signed Lettered Edition - comes in a hand-made custom box with all of the Limited Edition bonuses plus an original piece of artwork and an art portfolio. The novella at Stephen King's official site. Blockade Billy.com.

Full Dark, No Stars

Both A Good Marriage and Big Driver were adapted into films, with screenplays written by Stephen King and Richard Christian Matheson respectively. A Good Marriage was released theatrically in 2014, while Big Driver was released as a television film the same year. 1922 was adapted as a Netflix original film and released October 2017. Actor Thomas Jane portrayed the main role. 1922. Big Driver. Fair Extension. A Good Marriage.

World Fantasy Award

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She is followed by Terri Windling with 9 out of 30 and Stephen Jones with 3 out of 28, both also mainly for editing anthologies. Jeffrey Ford has the highest number of wins after Datlow and Windling with 6 out of 14 nominations, and is tied for the highest number of fiction awards with Stephen King at four. The awards have been described by book critics such as The Guardian as a "prestigious fantasy prize", and one of the three most prestigious speculative fiction awards, along with the Hugo and Nebula Awards (which cover both fantasy and science fiction). In 2010 multiple winner George R. R.

The Bazaar of Bad Dreams

Stephen King short fiction bibliography. Unpublished and uncollected works by Stephen King.

Fine Line Features

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Fine Line Features DVD releases were split between HBO Video and New Line Home Entertainment. When New Line Home Entertainment ceased to exist in 2010, it was folded into Warner Home Video.

Doctor Sleep (novel)

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Cemetery Dance also published Doctor Sleep as a limited edition in three versions: Gift edition (limited to 1,750 copies), Limited edition (limited to 700 copies), and Lettered edition (limited to 52 copies), the latter two signed by Stephen King and the illustrators. On March 1, 2013, Stephen King's official site unveiled the book's cover. A collector's edition was announced in August 2013 by Hodder & Staughton for publication in the United Kingdom, limited to 200 numbered copies, signed by Stephen King. An excerpt was published in the September 13, 2013 issue of Entertainment Weekly magazine.

Sleeping Beauties (novel)

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Sleeping Beauties is a novel by Stephen King and his son Owen King, released on September 26, 2017. The book was first mentioned during a promotional appearance on the CBC radio program q. Of the novel, Stephen King stated, "Owen brought me this dynamite idea and I've collaborated a couple of times with Joe. I'm not going to say what the idea is because it's too good." The novel was officially announced in June 2016 and is said to take place in a women's prison in West Virginia during a strange mystical occurrence that causes all the women in the world to fall asleep.

The Talisman (King and Straub novel)

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The idea of writing The Talisman first took form when Stephen King moved with his family to London in early 1977. It was there he met Peter and Susan Straub, and their children. The two writers became friends, both being fans of each other's work. King and his family left London three months later to return to the United States. Straub and King had talked multiple times before about collaborating to write a book, but nothing ever surfaced until years after King returned stateside, when the Straubs also moved to the United States. According to King, after Straub moved, "the talk got serious," and they began collaborating.

64 (number)

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Number of shares in a ship or boat under British Registry owing to its divisibility by 1, 2, 4, 6, 8, 16, 32.

The Dark Tower: The Wind Through the Keyhole

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The Dark Tower: The Wind Through the Keyhole is a fantasy novel by American writer Stephen King. As part of The Dark Tower series, it is the eighth novel, but it is set chronologically between volumes four and five. First mentioned by King in 2009, after the controversial ending of the seventh novel in 2004, this new episode was announced on the author's official site on March 10, 2011. In an interview in March 2009, King stated, describing an idea for a new short story he recently had: "And then I thought, 'Well, why don't I find three more like this and do a book that would be almost like modern fairy tales?'

One half

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One half is the irreducible fraction resulting from dividing one by two (2) or the fraction resulting from dividing any number by its double. Multiplication by one half is equivalent to division by two, or halving; conversely, division by one half is equivalent to multiplication by two, or "doubling". One half appears often in mathematical equations, recipes, measurements, etc. Half can also be said to be one part of something divided into two equal parts.