Hi guys, since my review on Rose Red is on the front page. Here are my thoughts on both Rose Red and the 1999 remake of the Haunting.
When I first watch this movie, I did not know that this a reboot of the original 1963 version. However, unlike the latter. The 1999 version is actually a bastardised version of the novel on which both the original 1963 version is base on, that's why it receive such low ratings from both the critics and fans alike.
Hi guys, I had seen Rose Red and I am currently seeing it again as Halloween is around the corner. I am going to write a review about it and why I consider this as my only favourite Horror movie despite that I dislike Horror films.
While watching this movie, the film eerily reminds me of Shirley Jackson's The Haunting of Hill House. On which the film took inspiration from, another story by Stephen King on which it took inspiration from is Carrie. Ironically, Annie Wheaton reminds me of Carrie and Eleanor 'Nell' Vance from the Haunting of Hill...
Pre- 1906- Native American burial ground established where the site of Rose Red will later be.
1906-Construction begins on Rose Red as a gift from Omnicron Oil founder John P Rimbauer, to his fiancee, Ellen Gilchrist, on Spring Street and 7th avenue, Seattle, Washington, on 40 acres of land.
1906-1909- Construction workers die on site: Teamster Harry Corbin shoots Foreman, One worker decapitated by falling glass, one choked on a piece of apple, one falls of scaffolding and breaks his neck.
Who Word-Processed First? Professor's History Has Writers Staking Their Claims
By JENNIFER SCHUESSLER
Writers are approaching Matthew Kirschenbaum, a professor who is working on a history of word processing, to claim that they were the first to create novels using computers.
January 10, 2012, Tuesday .
Stephen King’s latest novel, “11/22/63,” tells of a schoolteacher who travels back to 1958 to alter history, and falls in love as well.
October 31, 2011, Monday .
Rediscovered Novel by 'Mildred Pierce' Author Will Be Released
By DAVE ITZKOFF
Hard Case Crime says it plans a fall 2012 release for The Cocktail Waitress, a novel that Cain was working on when he died in 1977, and which mixes themes from his novels Mildred Pierce and The Postman...
I was a SKEMERS member decades ago. Does that group still exist? I was also on SK's autograph for three years only to get a book (not signed) and letter from SK stating he quit that practice. Being in Jacksonville, NC (home of more than 50,000 Marines (one of my Alma Maters), I will probably never get to see SK in person and get a signing. Does anyone know if he is coming near the coast of NC?
Posted over a year ago