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Stephen King’s books have captivated and haunted audiences for decades. While he is most closely associated with small-town tales of horror, the wide-ranging stories he has crafted over the years have coalesced into one of the most diverse and accomplished bodies of work of any writer in history.


To celebrate his extraordinary talents, as well as the release of the highly anticipated IT CHAPTER TWO, we're showcasing the many different sides of his catalogue. Whether it’s tender and highbrow, pulpy and over-the-top, or somewhere in between, there’s something for everyone within the endlessly creative stories he tells.


Join us as we salute one of the great storytellers of our time with a selection of some of the most diverse, entertaining, and, yes, occasionally terrifying adaptations of his work.
 

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  • IT (2017)


    The first chapter of King’s epic novel brings the town of Derry, Maine, and the mysterious Pennywise the Clown to bone-chilling life.

  • CREEPSHOW


    King unites with NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD director George Romero for the quintessential ’80s horror anthology film.

  • Terror Tuesday: CREEPSHOW


    King unites with NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD director George Romero for the quintessential ’80s horror anthology film.

  • MAXIMUM OVERDRIVE


    Emilio Estevez fights to survive when a mysterious cosmic event brings every machine on Earth (including 18-wheelers) to murderous life in this wild horror comedy directed by King himself.

  • Terror Tuesday: MAXIMUM OVERDRIVE


    Emilio Estevez fights to survive when a mysterious cosmic event brings every machine on Earth (including 18-wheelers) to murderous life in this wild horror comedy directed by King himself.

  • MAXIMUM OVERDRIVE in 35mm


    Emilio Estevez fights to survive when a mysterious cosmic event brings every machine on Earth (including 18-wheelers) to murderous life in this wild horror comedy directed by King himself.

  • Weird Wednesday: MAXIMUM OVERDRIVE


    Emilio Estevez fights to survive when a mysterious cosmic event brings every machine on Earth (including 18-wheelers) to murderous life in this wild horror comedy directed by King himself.

  • STAND BY ME


    Rob Reiner directs this tender coming-of-age story from King about a group of boys who go looking for the rumored dead body of a missing boy.

  • THE RUNNING MAN


    Arnold Schwarzenegger stars in this brutally satirical sci-fi tale from King about a reality TV show where prisoners battle a group of zany meatheads in mortal combat.

  • Film Club: THE RUNNING MAN


    Arnold Schwarzenegger stars in this brutally satirical sci-fi tale from King about a reality TV show where prisoners battle a group of zany meatheads in mortal combat.

  • CHRISTINE (1983)


    John Carpenter meets Stephen King in this tale of an evil car with a mind of its own.

  • Terror Tuesday: CHRISTINE (1983)


    John Carpenter meets Stephen King in this tale of an evil car with a mind of its own.

  • FIRESTARTER


    Drew Barrymore plays a young girl on the run from the government because of her ability to start fires with her mind.

  • THE DEAD ZONE


    David Cronenberg directs Christopher Walken in this chilling King tale about a man cursed with psychic powers.

  • Weird Wednesday: SLEEPWALKERS


    Bizarre creatures move into a small town seeking a young woman to feast on.

  • PET SEMATARY (1989)


    The original adaptation of the classic King story about a grieving man who discovers an ancient burial ground that can raise the dead.

  • DOLORES CLAIBORNE


    Kathy Bates and Jennifer Jason Leigh shine in this King mystery about a woman traveling to visit her mother who has been arrested for murder.

  • THE GREEN MILE


    The lives of guards on Death Row are affected by one of their charges: a black man accused of child murder and rape, yet who has a mysterious gift.

  • THE DARK HALF


    A writer's fictional alter ego wants to take over his life...at any price.

  • THE MIST


    A CREATURE FEATURE FROM BEYOND AISLE FIVE!

  • CUJO (35mm)


    A rabid St. Bernard wreaks havoc on a small town in this adaptation of one of King's most popular stories