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'Salem's Lot - Stephen King

Jerusalem’s Lot is a small town east of Cumberland and twenty miles north of Portland. It is not the first town in American history to just dry up and blow away, and will probably not be the last, but it is one of the strangest.

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The Fear Factor

Fear. It’s an instinct that appears to have changed little since we first emerged from our caves, or indeed since we first climbed down from the trees. 1,020 more words


Book Review: Salem's Lot by Stephen King

Yes you read that correctly, I am reviewing a book that was written by the King way back in 1975.

Why now?

Because I’ve just finished a reread of it and I was blown away by the huge difference in Stephen King’s writing style of back in the day. 877 more words

A Look at 'Salem's Lot

I recently revisited an old favorite and thought I’d sit down and share some thoughts on it.

One cannot meaningfully discuss the overall effect of Stephen King’s… 841 more words

Suicide Reviews: Salem's Lot by Stephen King

Date Published: October 17, 1975

Published By: Doubleday

Number of Pages: 653


     Ben Mears has returned to Jerusalem’s Lot in hopes that exploring the history of the Marsten House, an old mansion long the subject of rumor and speculation, will help him cast out his personal devils and provide inspiration for his new book. 410 more words


'One for the Road' - Short Film Coming Late 2017

Since I haven’t issued a post for quite a while, I want to send out an update regarding what I’m currently working on.

Recently, I signed a “Dollar Baby” deal with Stephen King, giving me the permission to adapt one of his short stories to film! 299 more words

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'Salem's Lot: Back When Vampires were Monsters

Before vampires were teenage heartthrobs and tortured, woe-is-me lost souls wandering the Earth seeking redemption, they were just plain bloodsucking monsters. I think ‘Salem’s Lot… 859 more words

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