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BigBadBrian
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Hasn't "Cell" been released??? I saw a friend of mine who had the book.
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Cell has been out for a while...I was reading reviews on it just the other day and saw it in the book store.
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It is #1 right now for fiction book sales.
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I'm going to get it next time I go to the store.
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I read a few reviews about it saying that it WAS good, but seemed very rushed. Like King was ready to just get it out there.
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Whoa....How'd I miss that one!

I'll be picking up a copy of it asap.


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Is the movie "The Cell" based on one of King's novels?


Fear Friday: some students will die to survive a twisted killer. Coming soon.
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I love The Langoliers, both the movie and the book (which is the first book in his FOUR PAST MIDNIGHT collase).

IT was the scariest movie I've ever seen. It made my friends afraid of clowns when they were little and I would always close my eyes during the clown scenes. Good acting.
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Pet Cemetary was a little bit creepy, but only if you turn off all the lights and read the Braille version.
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So far, at least lately, Steven king has been relagated to nothing more than a pitch man.I like his stories but most of them seem to be written so they can be translatd to film..That's how he makes his real money right? 7.5 million for shawshank.


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Sorry, I got pissed off at something else and kind of took it out on this thread.I agree with what I wrote but I didn't have to be that BITCHY, sorry.


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Oh yeah! Carrie was also one of the novels I read. It had one of the most evil, villiany, cruelest characters in time and I guess that's how it explains how school is a living hell.


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I loved several of King's earlier works - Salem's Lot, The Shining & The Stand.  Some of the stuff he's done over the last few years has kinda sucked to me.  From A Buick 8 comes to mind.

I also love several of his short stories - The Mist, Survivor Type, The Reapers Image, etc.

The Cell was okay but it reminded me of a novel I read years ago called "Blood frenzy" It was a book about parents who suddenly go nuts and start killing their own (or anyones) kids.  Kind of a reverse Children of the Corn I guess.  

Anyway I'm rambling like a dork.

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Yeah I like the Clown one (IT), what's that one called about the guy who marries a gypsy woman? I forget what that one is called. But IT has to be my fave Stephen King adaptation.


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The only ones I've read from him are Despiration and another one related to that. I'm kinda reluctant to read books from him that have been made into films. I don't know why.

I've already seen The Shining, Pet Cemetery, Carrie and It and Despiration. So I don't know if I'll read those books.


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