We're writing an article looking at which of Stephen King's stories is his most important, and we'd like you to contribute your thoughts! So, which of Stephen King's scribblings do you consider to be his most important? Please respond in the comments below! Thank you :-)
What's on your mind?
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I liked the book, but the amount of time it spent on god and god's miracles made me like it much less. Does anyone else feel the same way or have any comments?
NOTE: this thread will have spoilers to Desperation and possibly The Regulators.
So far I have read:
- Everything's Eventual
- Pet Sematary
- The Shining
- Lisey's Story
- Needful Things
And I just recently started The Gunslinger.
My favorite character so far is either Richie Tozier (from It) or Mike Enslin (from 1408).
What's yours? No spoilers please!
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As there has been no active admins as of late, I suggest there be a community discussion on who should adopt the wiki. Especially with It Chapter 2 coming out in Fall, leadership for this community can be helpful.
Here's some reviews of Stephen King works (either entirely based on his books or as a production he contributed to) by Canadian reviewer Brandon Tenold. I thought these reviews were quite funny, so I decided to share them.
1. Silver Bullet:
3. Creepshow 2:
4. Tales from the Darkside:
While the book has never had a sequel or spin-off (although it has been referenced in other Stephen King works), Carrie has already had a few times where people try to continue the book's story in terms of TV/Film.
After the 1976 film version, there was the sequel "The Rage: Carrie 2" which focused on a different girl - Rachel Lang - who was also the daughter of Ralph White and had developed Carrie's telekinetic powers.
The 2002 TV movie adaptation deliberately altered its ending so that Carrie would survive thanks to Sue, with the plan being for a follow-up TV series that would follow Carrie helping others with psychic powers. However, this materialized due to poor ratings. As for the 2013 adaptation, I'm not too sure.
The question I have is, if you could make a sequel to the book (be it another book, a TV show/special or a film), then what would you do?
(There's no right or wrong answers - this is purely a brainstorming session and an excuse to be creative).
I, too, am lonely. I'm not the only one, I hope. I'd like to talk about It 2017, and maybe role-play. If anybody is out there, please comment. Thank you for you're time.
Have decided to take up (re) reading some King again as I am trying to stay sane while starting my thesis. So it is a slow process but happening. Currently at Firestarter and I am reading King's book in order of publishing. This makes it very easy to add some more detail to the information flow that is already on this website. Who wants to help out?
Hi Al. My name is Mike. I was trying to read the guidelines, but the link won’t work for me, so hearty apologies if I am doing something wrong. Maybe one of you can leave a link in the comments? Anyway, the reason I wanted to leave this message is because there are two Stephen king wiki’s on fandom. I would like to know which one is the most active. Thank you very much.
Hey so I'm writing a story and I need some back story on his family life?
how does the 1990 film get a remake i wrekon yours was better but the clown in the remake bill was scarier but still yours was better i love the film i shat myself when i saw yours i fell of my chair crying it wad so scry thanks for your movie
There is a brief mention of a "General Randall" in Dreamcatcher. When Kurtz is in pursuit of Owen and Henry, a snow plow driver informs Kurtz that General Randall has called the operation off. The squad song is Sympathy for the devil. "I held a general's rank." So is this a nod to the walking dude?
Okay, this asks you what is your favorite Stephen King character. And mine is Carrie White from Carrie.
I think old pennywise was better becasuse he was more characteristic
Newpenny is also not too bad but my opinion old penny's makeup better then new.
In the novel Gerald's Game, when Jessie is attempting to get the glass of water close enough to drink, instead of tipping the shelf, why doesn't she just slide it along a few inches to she can grab the glass? There is nothing in the book that says she couldn't manage this, is there?