Picturehouse is an American film production and distribution company formed in 2005 as a joint venture of New Line Cinema and HBO Films. The company's films include Pan's Labyrinth, La Vie en rose, and The King of Kong. The company was started in 2005 by Time Warner subsidiaries New Line Cinema and HBO. It was influenced by Warner Independent Pictures, a division of Warner Bros. The company was formed from New Line and HBO's acquisition of the distribution arm of Newmarket Films, which was run by Bob Berney, who became the head of this new company. New Line's specialty division Fine Line Features was folded into Picturehouse.
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My Pretty Pony (2009) is also a Dollar Baby short film, based on the Stephen King short story, directed by Mikhail Tank and starring Paul Marin (HD/SAG/4.4 minutes). There is an audio version read by Jerry Garcia available on YouTube. In May 2017, Saw star Tobin Bell will star in a short film based on the short story, directed by Luke Jaden and produced by Phil Wurtzel of Friel Films and Josh Boone. * Stephen King short fiction bibliography
Black HouseBlack House'' (novel)novel
In the language of the Territories, "twinner" translates as "harp," which in Jack's mind conjures the image of two strings "a finger touch away".
Charlie the Choo-ChooCharlie the Choo-Choo: From the World of The Dark Tower
Charlie the Choo-Choo: From the World of The Dark Tower is a children's book by Stephen King, published under the pseudonym Beryl Evans. It is based on a fictional book central to the plot of King's previous novel The Dark Tower III: The Waste Lands. It was published by Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers on November 11, 2016. The book was first revealed at San Diego Comic-Con, where a limited edition of 150 copies were given to attendees. Actress Allison Davies participated in a book signing at the event, portraying the fictional author Beryl Evans.
Stephen King's Kingdom HospitalAll EpisodesThe Kingdom
Kingdom Hospital (sometimes known as Stephen King's Kingdom Hospital) is a thirteen-episode television series based on Lars von Trier's The Kingdom (Danish title: Riget), which was developed by horror writer Stephen King in 2004 for American television. While initially conceived as a miniseries, it was later changed into a regular television series (albeit one that lasted one season). It was first aired on ABC on March 3 and concluded on July 15, 2004 after being put on hold during NBA playoffs. The story tells of the fictional Kingdom Hospital located in Lewiston, Maine, built on the site of a mill that manufactured military uniforms during the American Civil War.
The film is shot in the found footage style and draws inspiration from the 2016 clown sightings. A young married couple, Todd and Jessica Smith, two filmmakers from Raleigh, North Carolina, set out to produce a documentary exploring the highly publicized sightings of individuals dressed as evil clowns. Executive producer Tommy Vlahopoulos stated in March 2017: Clowns have traditionally been associated with slapstick style performance, comedy or mime, but there has always been a dark side to a clown. This is not fake news. Behind the Sightings is centered around the terrifying clown sightings that shook the world last year, and an eager couple swept up in all the phenomenon.
2012 novella of the same name
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ThrottleRoad Rage: ThrottleThrottle" (novella)
Throttle is a novella written by Joe Hill and Stephen King. It was published in February 2009 by Gauntlet Press in a limited edition anthology honoring Richard Matheson titled He Is Legend, and in a mass-market audiobook titled Road Rage, also containing Matheson's short story "Duel", which served as inspiration for Throttle. A comic book adaptation by IDW Publishing was published in the spring of 2012. On March 30, 2017, Army of One producer Emile Gladstone announced, that he will produce a movie based on the short story. * Stephen King short fiction bibliography
The Lord of the RingsThe Lord of the Rings'' film trilogyLord of the Rings
Jackson went around Hollywood for four weeks, showing a thirty-five-minute video of their work, before meeting with New Line Cinema's Mark Ordesky. At New Line Cinema, Robert Shaye viewed the video, and then asked why they were making two films when the book was published as three volumes (this was later corrected: New Line only made this choice out of economical reasons); he wanted to make a film trilogy. Now Jackson, Walsh, and Boyens had to write three new scripts. The expansion to three films allowed much more creative freedom, although Jackson, Walsh, and Boyens had to restructure their script accordingly.
End of Watch
Mercedes, is renewed for season 2, which will be based on the original Mr. Mercedes novel, Finder Keepers and End of Watch.
FaithfulFaithful'' (book)Faithful: Boston Red Sox Fans Chronicle the Historic 2004 Season
Faithful is a book co-written by Stephen King and Stewart O'Nan. It chronicles exchanges between King and O'Nan about the Red Sox's season, beginning with an e-mail in summer 2003, and throughout the 2004 season, from Spring Training to the World Series. The book was dedicated to the memory of Victoria Snelgrove, an Emerson College student who was killed during the massive celebrations after the 2004 ALCS, when she was shot in the face with pepper pellets by police officers that had been improperly trained and had responded with excessive force. On May 4, 2007, Boston Globe announced that HBO would be adapting it into a six-part miniseries for 2008.
Harlan Ellison's Dream CorridorEllisonEllison, Harlan
Ellison won eight Hugo Awards, a shared award for the screenplay of A Boy and his Dog that he counted as "half a Hugo", and two special awards from annual World SF Conventions; four Nebula Awards of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America (SFWA); five Bram Stoker Awards of the Horror Writers Association (HWA); two Edgar Awards of the Mystery Writers of America; two World Fantasy Award s from annual conventions; and two Georges Méliès fantasy film awards. In his 1981 book about the horror genre, Danse Macabre, Stephen King reviewed Ellison's collection Strange Wine and considered it one of the best horror books published between 1950 and 1980.
KindleAmazon's KindleKindle Direct Publishing
To promote the Kindle 2, in February 2009 author Stephen King released Ur, his then-new novella, available exclusively through the Kindle Store. On July 8, 2009, Amazon reduced price of the Kindle 2 from $359 to $299, then in October 2009, Amazon further reduced the price to $259. The Kindle 2 had a manufacturing materials cost estimated at $185.49, in 2009 by iSuppli. On October 22, 2009, Amazon stopped selling the original Kindle 2 and sold the Kindle 2 international version worldwide. On November 24, 2009, Amazon released a firmware update for the Kindle 2 that increased battery life by 85% and introduced native PDF file support for the device.
The whole section typically runs eight to ten pages long, and features short news articles, as well as several specific recurring sections: There are typically four to six major articles (one to two pages each) within the middle pages of the magazine. These articles are most commonly interviews, but there are also narrative articles as well as lists. Feature articles tend to focus mostly on movies, music and television and less on books and the theatre. In the magazine's history, there have only been a few cover stories (e.g., John Grisham, Stephen King) devoted to authors; there has never been a cover solely devoted to the theater.
Bram StokerAwardBram Stoker Award for Superior Achievement in a Screenplay
Stephen Jones. Steven A. Katz. Brian Keene. Jack Ketchum. Caitlin R. Kiernan. Stephen King. Michael Knost. Kathe Koja. Sarah Langan. Joe R. Lansdale. Richard Laymon. Thomas Ligotti. Bentley Little. Jonathan Maberry. George R. R. Martin. Elizabeth Massie. Rena Mason. Richard Matheson. Glen Mazzara. Robert McCammon. Thomas F. Monteleone. Michael Moorcock. Alan Moore. David Morrell. Lisa Morton. Yvonne Navarro. William F. Nolan. Joyce Carol Oates. Weston Ochse. Norman Partridge. Tom Piccirilli. Alex Proyas. Alan Rodgers. Bruce Holland Rogers. J. K. Rowling. Al Sarrantonio. John Shirley. Dan Simmons. Marge Simon. Lucy A. Snyder. Peter Straub. Steve and Melanie Tem. Robert Weinberg. Rocky Wood.
Life AchievementLife Achievement awardWorld Fantasy Award for Life Achievement
Multiple winners have been awarded 21 times, typically two co-winners, though five were noted in 1984. Since 2000 it has become an unofficial tradition for two winners to be announced, often with one winner primarily an author and the other not. While most winners have been authors and editors, five winners have been primarily artists of fantasy art and book covers, and four winners are best known for founding or running publishing houses that produce fantasy works. In the following table, the years correspond to the date of the ceremony.
1983 novel of the same namea filmnovel
Pet Sematary is a 1983 horror novel by American writer Stephen King, nominated for a World Fantasy Award for Best Novel in 1986, and adapted into a 1989 film of the same name. In November 2013, PS Publishing released Pet Sematary in a limited 30th Anniversary Edition. Louis Creed, a doctor from Chicago, is appointed director of the University of Maine's campus health service. He moves to a large house near the small town of Ludlow with his wife Rachel, their two young children, Ellie and Gage, and Ellie's cat, Church. From the moment they arrive, the family runs into trouble: Ellie hurts her knee after falling off a swing, and Gage is stung by a bee.
novelThe Diary of Ellen Rimbauer
The novel's genesis came as part of a $200,000 promotional marketing campaign for Stephen King's Rose Red television miniseries. Marketing of the film presented the movie as based on actual events. In 2000, two years before the Rose Red miniseries aired, the producers contracted with author Ridley Pearson to write a tie-in novel, to be titled The Diary of Ellen Rimbauer: My Life at Rose Red, under the pseudonym "Dr. Joyce Reardon" (one of the main characters of the miniseries). The novel presented itself as nonfiction, and claimed to be the actual diary of Ellen Rimbauer (wife of the builder of Rose Red).
Finders KeepersFinders Keepers'' (King novel)
Mercedes, is renewed for season 2, which will be based on original Mr. Mercedes novel, Finders Keepers and End of Watch.
Pet Sematary1989 film of the same namemovie adaptation of the same name
Stephen King as Minister. Chuck Courtney as Bill Baterman. Peter Stader as Timmy Baterman.
We're a Happy FamilyWe're A Happy Family - A Tribute To The RamonesWe're a Happy Family: A Tribute to the Ramones
Rob Zombie also did the cover artwork, and Stephen King, a Ramones fan, wrote the liner notes. One of the last things Johnny Ramone did was oversee the album. He advised all the chosen bands to make the songs their own. Ramone liked the Red Hot Chili Peppers' cover of "Havana Affair" so much that he chose to open the album with it. * Album's official site (Archive, 23 Feb 2009) 1) "Havana Affair" (Ramones, 1976) – Red Hot Chili Peppers. 2) * The song was later released as a bonus track on the iTunes version of Stadium Arcadium, but as of 2010 has been removed from iTunes entirely.
marijuana causes criminal insanity19361936 exploitation film of the same name
Robert Shaye of New Line Cinema eventually heard about the underground hit and went to see it at the Bleecker Street Cinema. He noticed the film carried an improper copyright notice and realized it was in the public domain. Seeking material for New Line's college circuit, he was able to obtain an original copy from a collector and began distributing the film nationally, "making a small fortune for New Line." Reefer Madness is considered to be a cult classic and one of the best examples of a midnight movie. Its fans enjoy the film for the same unintentionally campy production values that made it a hit in the 1970s.