In 1989 director Mary Lambert brought Stephen King’s celebrated bestseller “Pet Sematary” to the big screen, spinning its tragic tale of grief gone wrong into a box-office hit that cemented a terrifying toddler, a cat named Church and lines like, “Sometimes dead is better” into the annals of horror history.

My friends over at City of Geek have a really interesting project going on, they will be watching and reviewing every piece of Stephen King media they can get their hands on. In episode 1 they start with Brian DePalma's 1976 classic, Carrie. via CARRIE (1976): We All Watch Down Here Episode 1

One of the books that I want to read ASAP is Stephen King’s THE OUTSIDER. Sure I’ve been saying that since the book was released last year, but I’m serious this time: THE OUTSIDER will be the next book I read… after I finished re-reading Thomas Harris’ HANNIBAL. And I’d better get to it soon as there’s a high-profile adaptation coming soon starring Ben Mendelsohn (ROGUE ONE: A STAR WARS STORY) with Jason Bateman (ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT) directing the first two episodes and executive producing.