The studio has hired Glen Mazzara to write a Shining prequel. The only problem? Stephen King doesn't think it's a great idea.
Though he's preparing to release a sequel to his classic haunted hotel novel, the master of horror isn't so keen on letting Warner Bros. prequelize it.
Stanley Kubrick’s adaptation of Stephen King’s horror novel The Shining stands as one of the true classics of creepy cinema. Want to know how it was supposed to end?
Stanley Kubrick's classic 1980 adaptation of Stephen King's novel The Shining remains one of the most frightening and yet cryptic horror movies ever made. So it's about time someone got around to making a documentary about it.
Stephen King fans have been buzzing for a while now with the news that the author was writing a sequel to The Shining, and now King has revealed when we'll get to read it.
Love horror movies but don't have the time to marathon through your favorites? One intrepid editor is here to help with a jaw-dropping assemblage of 163 terrifying flicks that takes only 2.5 minutes to watch.
Need a good chuckle to get through your dull Monday? Just try to keep a straight face as you watch this hilarious, six-minute superclip of Hollywood's best sinister snickers from memorable sci-fi, fantasy and horror flicks.
Movie fans in the U.K. have never been able to see the uncut version of Stanley Kubrick's horror classic The Shining, but now that's about to change.
A few months ago we heard that horror master Stephen King would return to the universe of his classic novel The Shining with a sequel novel. Now it seems Warner Bros. may also be getting into the act of continuing the story, but they want to know what happened before.
It may seem like an afterthought to all the action on-screen, but music is an integral part of what makes a film work. The wrong song can kill an awesome, poignant scene—or scare the pants right off of you—all depending on how it's done. So what are some of the creepiest scores ever put to film?