Triple Terror Collection [6 Discs] [DVD]
- SKU: 6877265
- Release Date: 10/02/2012
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Ratings & Reviews
- Stephen King's It Includes: Feature-Length Audio Commentary by Dennis Christopher, Tim Reid, John Ritter, Richard Thomas and Director Tommy Lee Wallace
- Stephen King's The Shining Includes Feature-length Commentary by Stephen King, Cast Members Steven Weber and Cynthia Garris, Director Mick Garris & Select Crew
- Closed Captioned
This second filmed version of Stephen King's best-selling horror novel credits King as the scriptwriter as well. The 4 1/2-hour long made-for-TV epic takes a more subtle approach to the horror and spends more time on the human elements than the now legendary Stanley Kubrick predecessor ~ Andrew Olthuis, Rovi
Originally titled Stephen King's It, this two-part TV movie first aired on November 18 and 20, 1990. The story starts in Maine, where a small child is lured into the hands of what audiences everywhere can be assured is one mean clown. The 30-year struggle against an evil supernatural force that masquerades as a circus clown named Pennywise (Tim Curry) begins in 1960 and spans until 1990. Featured are a group of six young men and one young woman who call themselves "the lucky seven" and are the unfortunate targets of Pennywise from pre-adolescence into their mid-forties. The lucky seven emerge physically intact but emotionally scathed after their first battle with Pennywise -- who is a self-labeled "eater of worlds...and children." When Pennywise returns 30 years later, the seven are forced to remember their terrifying past and faced with the prospect of destroying him once and for all. ~ Tracie Cooper, Rovi
In this TV adaptation of the Stephen King novel, a journalist with traumatic memories of his haunted childhood returns to find his hometown being infiltrated by vampires. As a boy in Jerusalem's Lot, ME, Ben Mears (Rob Lowe) took a dare and broke into a local mansion called the Marsten House. There, he had the misfortune of discovering the corpses resulting from a scandalous murder/suicide. Decades later, he returns to find that a mysterious antiques dealer (Donald Sutherland) and his unseen business partner (Rutger Hauer) have moved into the Marsten House. Soon, townspeople begin disappearing and dying, only to return, floating outside the windows of their loved ones and begging to be let in. Only Ben and a few newfound allies suspect the awful truth: that something unholy has overtaken their town...something with links to the sinister mansion of Ben's nightmares. Originally broadcast June 20 and 21, 2004, on the TNT cable network, Salem's Lot was scripted by Peter Filardi, who previously penned The Craft and Flatliners. Shot on-location in Australia, this is the second television adaptation of Salem's Lot, and it follows Tobe Hooper's 1979 version. Hauer and Sutherland are old vampire buddies, having previously co-starred in the original Buffy the Vampire Slayer film. ~ Brian J. Dillard, Rovi
Cast & Crew
- Rebecca De Mornay
- Steven Weber
- Courtland Mead
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