My Friend Dahmer: In theaters, November 3, 2017
Before he became a notorious serial killer, he was just another awkward kid, who wanted to be normal. Based on the acclaimed graphic novel by Derf Backderf, this is the true, story of Jeffrey Dahmer in high school.
Now in theaters: Stephen King’s IT – Chapter 1
Stay tuned for Part 2: September 2019.
I for one cannot wait to see it. I thoroughly enjoyed chapter 1, actually, I have seen a couple of times already (hehehe).
Now in theaters, Stephen King’s The Dark Tower
The Excitement Continues
Check out the new video of The Dark Tower Easter Egg hunt from Stephen King’s Magnum Opus. Can you spot the Easter eggs?
Have you seen this horror gem yet? One of the best horror movies of 2017 so far. It has a rating on Rotten Tomatoes of 99%. there’s a bit of Horror, Comedy, and Mystery and Suspense, to get your blood pumping until the end. Give it a go, you’ll enjoy it. Available to rent on all the usual platforms.
What You Owe Me
A saga of two cleaning ladies, one white, one black, they meet in post-World War II, in 1940s Los Angeles, California. They form a friendship and business relationship that would eventually lead to betrayal, love, and heartbreak, between the women and in generations that would follow. I’ve read this a few times. It’s a worthwhile read, very intriguing, poignant and heartwarming.
Swan Song – By Robert R. McCammon
In a post-apocalyptic world, after a nuclear war between the U.S and Russia destroys the world. Evil still walks, hell-bent on eliminating the rest of mankind. If you read and loved Stephen King’s The Stand, you’ll love this as well.
The Girl Who Disappeared Twice
Great read! Terrifying story.