If his near-fatal accident in 1999 had ended differently, Stephen King would still have been one of the greatest horror writers of his generation. Thankfully, King survived the incident, which not only allowed him to continue delivering stories for over two decades and counting, but inspired him to complete his Dark Tower novels and incorporate his own trauma into the story. Now a new documentary, King on Screen, is delving into the many adaptations of King’s work including some of his most memorable and forgettable movie and TV offerings.
King on Screen brings a host of directors, writers and producers together to discuss the movie and TV adaptations of Stephen King. Read More