Best Made for TV Movies

The Best:

Helter Skelter with Steve Railsback-Still scary

Jonestown Story with Powers Boothe as Jim Jones-Brilliant performance he was Jim Jones

Gary Cole with Mark Harmon as Ted Bundy-Mark Harmon can definitely act he was frightening as Bundy

Deliberate Stranger with Gary Cole as Dr. Jeffrey McDonald-Spooky rendition


The Stand-Insipid crap. I hate Stephen King, I’m sorry I just do

Thorn Birds-Deathly Boring

Helter Skelter Remake-Not Necessary Original was terrifying why remake it.

Andromeda Strain Remake-Original was brilliant.

The Shining-Oh yeah Stephen you’re so much more talented than STANLEY KUBRICK!

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2 Responses to Best Made for TV Movies

  1. bpl1960 says:

    Don’t judge Stephen King by the movies, for God’s sake. He didn’t direct any of the them. Read the books. Stephen King was one of the best writers of the 20th century — not just in horror, but in general. Carrie (1974) said things about high school life that no one was saying then and that are only being taken seriously now with the anti-bullying campaigns in some schools. (King revealed in a recent edition that the real girl Carrie was based on ended up hanging herself.) ‘Salem’s Lot (1975) single-handedly restored vampires as a serious element in horror writing. Pet Sematary (1983) was one of the most frightening books ever written, and I have read a lot of horror and suspense, including Thomas Harris and Bram Stoker and Joy Fielding.


  2. DaColonel says:

    King is derivative, jejeune and insipid. He is utterly unoriginal.


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