The latest news out of the TCA press tour is that CBS has renewed Under the Dome for a second season. I'm not sure if this surprises me or not.
If you don't already have a Bucket List of your own, we'll get you started with a handful of must-have experiences specifically geared towards horror fans like ourselves.
The celebrated literary publication that launched the careers of H.P. Lovecraft, Ray Bradbury and Robert E. Howard is back in circulation. Check out the latest issue!
When you think of Dracula, who do you imagine? Probably Bela Lugosi, the actor who made vampires synonymous with slick black hair and a widow's peak. Norman Bates will forever be Anthony Perkins in my head; Jack Torrance is Jack Nicholson and Annie Wilkes is Kathy Bates. But that is not exactly how Bram Stoker, Robert Bloch, and Stephen King imagined their characters.
In a letter on his official site, the author addresses fan issues about the series based on his epic novel. Read the full text here.
The late Rick Hautala is one of the most prominent and celebrated figures in modern horror fiction. We review his striking posthumous autobiography.
Under the Dome is the fifth TV series based on something written by Stephen King. This number doesn’t include the many miniseries, only programs that aren’t designed to have a fixed number of episodes.
The Rock Bottom Remainders are a rock band comprised of famous writers like Stephen King, Dave Barry, and Amy Tan. Their memoirs continue in this sequel to the eBook "Mid-Life Confidential."
Under the Dome is based on the King novel of the same name, about a small town called Chester’s Mill that is suddenly, mysteriously encapsulated under a giant, invisible dome.
Stephen King introduces one of his most enduring villains in this early poem, now published in a limited edition by Cemetery Dance.