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Stephen King’s Storm of the Century

July 6, 2010 by · 5 Comments 

  • ISBN13: 9781573625777
  • Condition: NEW
  • Notes: Brand New from Publisher. No Remainder Mark.

Product Description
Platform:  DVD MOVIE Publisher:  TRIMARK HOME VIDEO Packaging:  DVD STYLE BOX Rating:  RATING: PG-13 From Stephen King the best-selling novelist of all time comes the terrifying tale of a town besieged by evil. The inhabitants of a picturesque sleepy little town on a small island off the coast of Maine find themselves completely cut off from the rest of the world when they are hit by the worst storm of the century. As snow steadily buries everything familiar terror arrives in the form of an evil stranger.As streets disappear and an eerie darkness envelops the town a series of bizarre murders creates a nightmare of fear. With no help coming from the outside world and no end to the storm in sight the … More >>

Stephen King’s Storm of the Century

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5 Responses to “Stephen King’s Storm of the Century”
  1. TrezKu13 says:

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    Was that annoying? Now you know how I felt going through this film.

    He wants a kid. That’s what he wants. He wants a kid. There, I just saved you three hours of agonizing torture.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  2. Katerinasmom says:

    WARNING SPOILER

    King, who is normally so good with depicting parents, totally blew this one in my opinion. As a parent I think it’s pretty farfetched to think all the parents except one would go along with the horrible choice of giving a child to an inhuman monster to raise. This for me completely ruined the film. Because of it I found the characters quite unlikable, unusual for King to find most of the people unsympathetic. Yes I know what you’re thinking. They had no choice. But I am telling you most parents would die first, and would probably rather see their child dead. I seem to be alone in this opinion in the reviews, but I bet I’m not alone among parents that have seen the movie.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  3. When it first aired as a “big event” television miniseries, it was rightly billed as King’s first “novel for television.” That is its only merit.

    The pace is slow, interspersed with brief moments of suspense. The actors, chief among them Timothy Daly and Colm Feore, do fine with their less-than-fully developed characters.

    The real letdown is the end “flying sequence.” Such a cheesy effect for a film that was supposedly a special event.

    One reviewer has placed this one on the same level as the superlative King television adaptation of “The Stand.” I, on the other hand, place “Storm of the Century” with “It” as being highly touted but very much a letdown.

    This “storm” isn’t “perfect” by a long shot!
    Rating: 2 / 5

  4. Anonymous says:

    I really like Stephen King, but this has got to be one of his worst works ever. EVER. The plot is intruiging, but the movie is sooooo long. It’s like, what, five hours? The movie pulls you in with an interesting begining, and keeps you watching with a so-so middle, but there is really no point. There is so much unneccesary information and there are so many pointless scenes. Yeah, like, seven people or so die, but there isn’t really anything all too exciting about it. After a while, this movie becomes quite annoying, and you just want to see what the guy wants, and what he wants is rather idiotic, and is very anti-climactic. So, in my opinion, don’t waste your time watching this.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  5. Instead of the actors trying to put on a Maine accent in this film, they should speak in their own natural voices because they never get it right…It is a bit funny when actors “from away” try to pronounce “ayuh”. Unless you live in Maine or northern New Hampshire don’t even try. This one fellow in this film tries to say “ayuh” and it comes out “Eye Yuh. Not even close, mistah.
    Rating: 4 / 5

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