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Re: What's your favorite Stephen King story? [Re: Horror_Movies_Editor] #696342
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Sorry to bring up bad memories. That was not my intention. I only thought to encourage your participation.

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No worries smile it didn't, I just remember having a fever and the whole thing seemed so real LOL. So horrible when his flesh was all rotting.


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Re: What's your favorite Stephen King story? [Re: Horror_Movies_Editor] #696345
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I am listening to it now. It is beautiful. Thank you.


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Re: What's your favorite Stephen King story? [Re: Phyllis Doyle Burns] #696346
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It just freaked me out when the sheriff came back and said he actually found Tad's own fingerprints! And the whole fetus in fetu is just plain macabre!

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Originally Posted By: Phyllis-Folk/Myth
I am listening to it now. It is beautiful. Thank you.


I'm really pleased you liked it smile

Yeah, Nin, apparetly with twins - in a lot of cases, one twin will eat the other in the womb. Which is a very ghastly thought. Imagine being told you ate your brother or sister in the womb. It would mess you up.

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Re: What's your favorite Stephen King story? [Re: Horror_Movies_Editor] #696373
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Definitely watch it. The pharmacy part is really, really creepy *shudders.* But I think the ending in the movie is so much better than the ending in the book.

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Misery. The book is better, but both are very absorbing and frightening.

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Oh and Dead Zone.

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Hey Jill smile

Yeah, Misery is right up there with my favorite books and films. I think the book is slightly darker - the way she deals with him not escaping and her killing the police officers for example.

I tried to watch 'The Dead Zone' - but I couldn't get into it, even though I think Christopher Walken is amazing and he's one of my favorite actors. I started reading the book - actually I'd say I got about three quaters of the way through - and then it started getting really political and it lost me. I need to finish that one though.

I remember feeling SO sorry for him in it, the way his mother had died and his g/f was with someone else. It was really sad. I loved the way King got their relationships expressed so superbly. Yeah, I need to revisit both of those - the book and the movie.


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I used to totally be into Stephen King. And read the books before I saw the movies. I loved the Stand, Dead Zone, Firestarter, Christine, Salem's Lot, IT and Needful Things...

I LOVED Eyes of the Dragon - and was always SOOOO disappointed he didn't come out with a sequel for it. It didn't feel like it ended,ya know?

Some books just annoyed me though - like the Tommyknockers. It was good until the ending :::grrrr:::

But I like happy endings wink


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