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    Stepen Kink books made into movies

    On the SciFi network, they will air 3 nights of Stephen King movies starting at 7:00 p.m. I don't believe it will be a marathon.

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    Darn! I cant get that channel, but just out of curiousity, what are the movies?

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    I know they showed "It" on Sunday. I don't know what was shown last night, but tonight I think is the first part of "Storm of the Century". There are three parts to it, so that might be what's showing for the next three nights.
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    They are also showing "Sometimes They Come Back Again" tonight.

    Tomorrow they are showing "Sleepwalkers" and "Storm of the Century - Part II"
    No tears, please. It's a waste of good suffering.

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    Thanks guys. I like a lot of the movies made from King's novels.

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    You can look at the full schedule under http://www.scifi.com Enjoy.

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    I loved the first half of "It'. The second half wasn't so good. If you are thinking of watching "Dreamcatcher", don't bother. The movie was awful.

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    There will be one abot a hospital tomorrow night on ABC. I forgot the title of it.

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    Most Stephen King movies are pretty weak, I think. The best I've seen is without a doubt The Shawshank Redemption. Then Misery. Then probably The Shining. Some of the efforts (like Cujo) are simply embarrassing.
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    I have to agree about many of them being weak. I remember "It" scaring the living crap out of me until they showed the spider at the end. Then I burst out in laughter.

    Well, to be honest, I think he has a problem with weak endings even with his books. He always build up this incredible tension and suspense and then just can't live up to the the hype. Which doesn't mean that I don't love to read him anyway.

    Still crossing my fingers for "Bag of Bones" to be made into a movie...
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