A tribute to the basic point of the story which I appreciate the most about the entiry. As in the how far a human being can go in his deepest grief which would definitely have to be the (ugly) death of one's own child.
Brian De Palma's Carrie remains a genre staple, but does this Stephen King tale of telekinetic woe still hold up? The film was nominated for 2 Oscars & considered a horror classic, but Bibbs & Ryan make the final call.
George A. Romero's anthology fright flick Creepshow, inspired sa pamamagitan ng the E.C. Comics of the 1950s, was written sa pamamagitan ng and co-stared Stephen King. Is it a timeless tale of terror or just a mixed bag?