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It: What Could We Expect in Part 2?

It Part 2: Older and Pennywise-r

Stephen King’s It, the second adaptation of the author’s iconic horror novel, is hitting theatres this Friday. Suffice to say, there has been plenty of hype surrounding this film from the...
It (2017) Review - The Real Deal 11

It (2017) Review – The Real Deal

Thanks to the reliably unreliable nature of nostalgia and memory, everyone seems to think that Stephen King’s horror epic It already has a worthy cinematic adaptation. That’s not quite true. Sure, Tim Curry’s...
Stephen King’s It: No Longer What It’s Cracked Up To Be 1

Stephen King’s It: No Longer What It’s Cracked Up To Be

Very soon Stephen King’s horror epic It will slither into cinemas and the nightmares of several generations of viewers. The horror legend’s epic tale of confronting childhood trauma and fears deserves...
The Dark Tower (Movie) Review - Epic Mediocrity

The Dark Tower (Movie) Review – Epic Mediocrity

The best thing about the long delayed blockbuster adaptation of Stephen King’s The Dark Tower is that it’s a trim 85 minutes long. More blockbusters should be that long, serving up...
The Top Ten Movies That Predicted VR 2

The Top Ten Movies That Predicted VR

Well, it finally happened. After years of being a staple of almost every sci-fi novel, comic book, movie, and video game, virtual reality helmets are finally a reality; anyone can buy...
The Top Ten Winter Misery Genre Movies

The Top Ten Winter Misery Genre Movies

Thanks to global warming, hitting March does not mean that we’re out of winter yet! In fact, we’re probably in the midst of the worst winter stretch. You know, that special...
The Top Five Movie Crucifixions

The Top Five Movie Crucifixions

Well, it’s Easter. You know, that springtime holiday filled with bunnies, chocolate eggs, and one of the most horrendous ways to die imaginable. We here at CGM like to do lists...
Thumbprint (Comic) Review: not all horror needs ghosts and ghouls 1

Thumbprint (Comic) Review: not all horror needs ghosts and ghouls

Thumbprint, a short new graphic novel, is adapted from Hill’s own short story of the same name. The original comic run was a scant three issues, but it was more than...