Mike Flanagan's Shining sequel will somehow acknowledge both King's and Kubrick's versions

As every horror fan knows, there are two, weirdly distinct versions of The Shining: Stephen King’s original novel, which told a personal story about King’s struggles with substance abuse, and Stanley Kubrick’s movie version, which told a personal story about how Kubrick helped fake the moon landing. With Gerald’s Game

With the end in sight, Castle Rock finally lets the cat out of the bag

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The biggest revelation of “Henry Deaver,” the penultimate episode of Castle Rock’s uneven first season, isn’t the identity of Bill Skargård’s The Kid. It’s the atrocity visited upon André Holland’s Henry when he went missing as a child.

That Henry—let’s call him Henry I—was missing for days. But he was imprisoned for…

Stephen King tells Stephen Colbert which of his fictional monsters Donald Trump most resembles

Ever-folksy master of horror Stephen King is no fan of Donald Trump, as any one of King’s nearly five million Twitter followers can tell you. On Wednesday’s Late Show, the best-selling author of more than 50 best-selling books and fully 40 percent of all your nightmares touted that day’s court ruling that Trump can’t…