The Simpsons’ Season 34 To Parody Stephen King’s IT

One of this fall’s two “Treehouse of Horror” episodes will be full-length parody of Stephen King’s “IT,” “The Simpsons” exec producer Matt Selman revealed on Saturday at San Diego Comic-Con. “The Simpsons” will air a double dose of “Treehouse of Horror” episodes this upcoming 34th season. That marks the first time in the show’s historyContinue reading “The Simpsons’ Season 34 To Parody Stephen King’s IT”

Collectors Signed Limited Edition of Fairy Tale By Stephen King

An exclusive signed and slipcased edition of Fairy Tale (£250), the stunning new novel from No. 1 bestseller Stephen King. Limited to 200 copies and available only through specialeditionbooks.co.uk from September 6, 2022.  Features: – Clothbound hardback in a bespoke slipcase – Deluxe Quality – Gold Endpapers – Blue Marker Ribbon – Personally signed byContinue reading “Collectors Signed Limited Edition of Fairy Tale By Stephen King”

Hodder & Stoughton’s First Printings of Stephen King’s Fairy Tale Will Have A Unique Spine

Hodder & Stoughton, Stephen King’s Publisher in the UK, Australia and New Zealand will offer a hidden surprise in the first printings of Fairy Tale, the author’s upcoming book! Underneath the cover of the first print run of the novel, lies a magical treat: a unique quote from the book foiled onto the spine: “WhenContinue reading “Hodder & Stoughton’s First Printings of Stephen King’s Fairy Tale Will Have A Unique Spine”

Alternate Universe Stephen King Book Covers Poster By François Vaillancourt

Bev Vincent recently wrote an essay that detailed the history of fourteen Stephen King books that weren’t published under their original titles, and this essay called “What’s In a Name?” was published as a beautiful chapbook, which is out of print and selling for crazy amounts on eBay, if you can even find one. ThisContinue reading “Alternate Universe Stephen King Book Covers Poster By François Vaillancourt”

The Creepshow: A Stephen King Film Festival Coming To The Music Box Theatre In Chicago September 2-4

This Fall belongs to Stephen King. The Master of Horror is releasing a new novel Fairy Tale, his epic tome ‘Salem’s Lot is getting the blockbuster treatment from Warner Bros., and, to top it all off, the best-selling author is turning 75. To celebrate, The Losers’ Club is bringing the expansive world of King backContinue reading “The Creepshow: A Stephen King Film Festival Coming To The Music Box Theatre In Chicago September 2-4”

Read An Excerpt From Stephen King’s Fairy Tale

Legendary storyteller Stephen King goes into the deepest well of his imagination in this spellbinding novel about a seventeen-year-old boy who inherits the keys to a parallel world where good and evil are at war, and the stakes could not be higher – for their world or ours. Charlie Reade looks like a regular highContinue reading “Read An Excerpt From Stephen King’s Fairy Tale”

Skybound To Publish A Five-Issue Creepshow Comic Book Anthology

Today Skybound announced Creepshow, a new star-studded five-issue comic book anthology based on the hit Shudder TV series and advancing the worldwide phenomenon that began with George A. Romero and Stephen King’s iconic 1982 film and has continued with the Greg Nicotero-helmed genre anthology series entering its fourth season on Shudder and produced by CartelContinue reading “Skybound To Publish A Five-Issue Creepshow Comic Book Anthology”

Stephen King Has Written A Cujo Sequel Titled Rattlesnakes

In a new interview on The Losers’ Club podcast this week, author Stephen King revealed that he has written a sequel to his 1981 novel ‘Cujo’. The follow up will be in the form of a novella and it’s currently titled ‘Rattlesnakes’. “I just wrote a long story called Rattlesnakes and it involves, at oneContinue reading “Stephen King Has Written A Cujo Sequel Titled Rattlesnakes”

Where There’s Smoke: Stephen King Revisits Firestarter

Stephen King can’t tell you how to actually start a fire. If lost in the woods, like a Jack London character craving light and heat, all the author could do to ignite a blaze is reach into his pockets and hope for the best. “I’d use a Bic lighter,” he jokes. King gets much moreContinue reading “Where There’s Smoke: Stephen King Revisits Firestarter”

IT Poster By Phantom City Creative

Tomorrow, Mondo will release this creepy, yet clever IT poster by Phantom City Creative.  Phantom City Creative pays homage to the modern classic: Andy Muschietti’s IT. The 2017 film was an excellent adaptation of Stephen King’s source material, featuring stellar performances anchored by Bill Skarsgård’s nightmare-come-to-life Pennywise the Clown. The poster will be available onContinue reading “IT Poster By Phantom City Creative”

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