Stephen King Novel-Films, Ranked
When it comes to horror, there's only one source I trust for my scary and creepy needs.
- •10. The LangoliersThe first Stephen King movie I saw and it blew me away when I was maybe four or six years old. It was trippy from what I remember with a stark white sky and a crumbling runway.
- •9. Pet SemataryRemember Toby your cat? Well, he's back... and he is mad. Probably jealous of your other cat. Just a guess.
- •8. Children of the CornA town inhabited by children where play time is the only time.
- •7. ThinnerNever take the Gypsy Diet.
- •6. MiseryThe original (and only) #1 fan (of best-selling author Paul Sheldon.)
- •5. CujoTalk about your dog days!
- •4. ItIt's the reverse Goonies and like those who were too young to read it, I was lucky enough to be too young to see it. Either way, it made me wary around clowns.
- •3. CarrieThe prom queen to end all prom queens and Stephen King's first debut novel, Carrie is more than a girl misunderstood. Think Roald Dahl's Matilda except with more pig blood.
- •2. ChristineA car that possesses it's driver into a 1950s Greaser mentality, can reassemble itself from every conceivable scratch and drive you crazy. I could walk... or running's good.
- •1. The ShiningHaunted inspiration has never been so scary. Even though King prefers his TV version over Stanley Kubrick's film adaptation, it's still a very smart horror film with many hidden images. I'd recommend you watch the film's documentary Room 237 on Netflix for more.