Rainy Season (short story)

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Rainy Season is a short horror story by Stephen King, first published in the Spring 1989 issue of Midnight Graffiti magazine, and later included in King's Nightmares & Dreamscapes collection.wikipedia
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Rainy Season is a short horror story by Stephen King, first published in the Spring 1989 issue of Midnight Graffiti magazine, and later included in King's Nightmares & Dreamscapes collection.

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Rainy Season is a short horror story by Stephen King, first published in the Spring 1989 issue of Midnight Graffiti magazine, and later included in King's Nightmares & Dreamscapes collection.

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Rainy Season is a short horror story by Stephen King, first published in the Spring 1989 issue of Midnight Graffiti magazine, and later included in King's Nightmares & Dreamscapes collection.

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A young husband and wife on summer vacation rent a house in a small town called Willow, Maine, only to be warned repeatedly (if vaguely) to leave by the local inhabitants.

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"Rainy Season" has been adapted by artist Glenn Chadbourne for the book "The Secretary of Dreams" a collection of comics based on King's short fiction released by Cemetery Dance Publications in December 2006.

Yeardley Smith

The audiobook version of this story was narrated by actress Yeardley Smith.

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Smith was also in Maximum Overdrive, the 1986 film adaptation of the Stephen King short story "Trucks".

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Wiater et al. compared it to Shirley Jackson's short story "The Lottery".

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Wiater et al. compared it to Shirley Jackson's short story "The Lottery".

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Writing at Tor.com, Grady Hendrix called it a "time passer" that was likely expanded from a single surreal image.

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You Know They Got a Hell of a Band

He also compares and contrasts it with several others, including Children of the Corn and Rainy Season, ultimately rejecting the criticism that it is self-imitation.

Tales from the Darkside: The Movie

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Segments planned included an adaptation of Robert Bloch's "Almost Human," alongside adaptations of Stephen King's short stories "Pinfall" (originally planned for Creepshow 2) and "Rainy Season."

Nick Wauters

He has also written, directed and produced several short films such as Rainy Season based on the Stephen King short story.