From Carrie to Salem's Lot, we revisit some of the scariest Stephen King movies of all time.
While there have been a few great horror remakes over the years, most are bad and these are ten of the absolute worst.
From IT to The Shining, there are plenty of cinematic masterpieces that defy the notion that all Stephen King movie adaptations are bad movies.
Chloe Moretz has opened up about her teen years on the set of several unnamed movies, calling out her male co-stars for unnecessary behavior.
Our reporter gets stood-up at the Prom by the misunderstood teen. This horror remake is currently available on Blu-ray and DVD.
Find out more about the unseen alternate ending. Then watch as our reporter gets a bucket of blood dumped on his head.
The Blu-ray comes with an alternate ending that wasn't seen in theaters. The horror remake debuts on Digital HD on January 3rd.
The Stephen King classic is reimagined for a new decade. Hear what director Kimberly Peirce had to say about this thriller.
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Margaret White likes to bang her head against the wall. Has this mom reached a breaking point with her daughter, in theaters this weekend?
Teenage levitation gets a beautiful song in this latest look at the remake. Check out the praise for Chloe Moretz and Julianne Moore's performances.
A young girl torments patrons of a coffee shop with her telekinetic powers. Will you be too afraid to see the movie this Halloween?
What does high school revenge look like? Find out in this Stephen King adaptation starring Chloe Moretz as the iconic killer teen.
A fifth ending was shot, but not shown to test audiences. Plus, we have the latest TV spot from this upcoming horror remake.
Carrie White first discovers her telekinetic powers in this scene. Kimberly Peirce directs the horror remake, debuting October 18th.
Chloe Moretz plays a troubled teen who tries to harness her telekinetic abilities in director Kimberly Peirce's Stephen King remake.
This tormented telekinetic teenager unleashes her fury in a unique new TV spot, four never-before-seen photos, and a gruesome banner.
This Stephen King remake from Boys Don't Cry director Kimberly Peirce gets rated R for bloody violence, disturbing images, language and some sexual content.
The iconic prom sequence is revealed as Chloe Moretz's title character unleashes her fury in Kimberly Peirce's remake.