Even when you’re as accomplished a filmmaker as Guillermo del Toro, some endorsements must still be exciting to hear.
King's 1981 time-travel short story grabs a big-screen go-ahead.
Cary Fukunaga discusses the search for his ultimate demonic clown.
Better bring your breadcrumbs to find your way out of this loony labyrinth.
Look who'll be heading back in time to try and stop the Kennedy assassination.
The producer of the big-screen version of Stephen King's IT promises something scarier than the TV movie.
Win this spirited contest and become one with the historic horror hotel.
The Hollywood Reporter has determined that the three most powerful authors in Hollywood write fantasy and horror--not drama and romance.
We're prepared to start a fan campaign to get Tim Curry to reprise his role from the 1990 made-for-TV movie.
Good news for fans of Stephen King's longest novel: It apparently won't be crammed down into a single film.