The best film adaptation of Stephen King's books
Dancing Clown Pennivayz of "It", Warner Bros.
The Hollywood film like Stephen King.
He has the talent to come up with simple stories and put them in a terrifying place.
Not all film adaptation worthy of attention, but some of them are among the best paintings ever produced by Hollywood.
We offer you a list of the top 16 on the Stephen King movie.
"Under the Dome" (2013-2015)
"Under the Dome", Brownie Harris / CBS
Stephen King's novel "Under the Dome" is the longest after the "confrontation" and "It". Based on the novel of the series filmed three seasons. With the release of the second season of the enthusiasm of critics pougas, but only one stunning first season makes this adaptation worthy of attention.
"The Mist" (2007)
"The Mist", MGM
When it was announced that Frank Darabont is going to film yet another product of the Stephen King fans perked up. His "The Shawshank Redemption" is among the most beloved paintings audience, and "The Green Mile" also has its fans. The film is about the terrible fog, attacked the small town was supposed to be no easy task for a new director.
"The Mist," lived up to expectations, the viewer or terribly like this movie, or do not like at all. The film is divided into two camps of critics and fans, gaining 72% in the ranking of the website Rotten Tomatoes. Some were irritated by the changed ending, but most just enjoyed horror.
"Castle Rock" (2018)
The stories of the film "Castle Rock" take place in the same town, Hulu
JJ Abrams series "Castle Rock" -.. This is not a film with a storyline and set of interconnected stories. This approach reveals one of the greatest strengths of Stephen King: he can create entire worlds with a lot of believable characters that enliven the space. The town of Castle Rock stores enough horror stories to get you to leave, but his secrets so attractive.
"Christina", Columbia Pictures
Not all the critics loved the film, but the picture of John Carpenter became a cult classic. Movie tells the story of Plymouth Fury live car that goes crazy and tries to kill its owner.
John Cusack and Samuel L. Jackson in the film "1408", Dimension Films
"1408" movie has become a generous surprise by John Cusack, who hardly appeared in the 2000s. In this adaptation of King, he starred as the famous debunker of paranormal phenomena, which checks in a hotel room, known as just that. There with him, strange things happen.
"The Dead Zone" (1983)
Christopher Walken with a gorgeous hairdo in the movie "The Dead Zone", Paramount Pictures
It is loved by all the idea that if the master of horror David Cronenberg will remove a movie based on the book by Stephen King horror master? And what if this book will be about the person coming out of a coma and find yourself paranormal abilities?
Box office of the film with Christopher Walken in the lead role has been modest, but over time its popularity has grown so much that CBS channel commissioned a series based on the movie and the book. The series has been popular, but broke off and reaching the final.
James Caan in the movie "Misery", Columbia Pictures
We hope that the "Misery" - not the most autobiographical work of Stephen King. This is a film about the fan who takes hostage a famous writer, and makes him write. Kathy Bates won an Oscar for his role in the film, and later based on it have put a Broadway musical.
Tim Curry in the movie "It" in 1990, Warner Bros. Television
Before there was a new film adaptation of Andres Musketti, "It" existed in the minds of the people in the form of a terrifying version of a dancing clown Pennivayza Tim Curry.
"The Running Man" (1987)
Arnold Schwarzenegger in the movie "The Running Man", TriStar Pictures
Stephen King wrote so many books that even one of his aliases, Richard Bachman, became a famous writer, too. "Running Man" was the last book, after which the name was disclosed, and the film adaptation of Arnold Schwarzenegger in the title role was named frighteningly accurate work of dystopia.
"Dolores Claiborne" (1995)
"Dolores Claiborne", Columbia Pictures
There are so many adaptations of Stephen King's books that sometimes are forgotten even the best. Forgotten film "Dolores Claiborne" - a detective story about the murder of the family, which reminds us that the King knows how to pull the strings of emotion and how to create a brilliant thriller.
"Stand by Me" (1986)
"Stay with me", Columbia Pictures
As well as "The Shawshank Redemption", the movie "Stand By Me" is not like the stories of Stephen King. It's more of a sentimental coming-of-age story than a horror movie. But even in this format King demonstrates his skills storyteller and director Rob Reiner - skill transfer stories to the screen.
"Carrie", United Artists
Remake of 2013 with Chloe Grace Moretz in the title role is also quite solid film adaptation of Stephen King, but it can not compete with a bare, elemental energy Sissy Spacek in the version of Brian De Palma.
"The Green Mile" (1999)
Tom Hanks and Michael Clarke Duncan in "The Green Mile", Warner Bros.
"The Green Mile" was an adaptation of an unusual, she collected six stories into one story. The film tells the story of an officer in the performance of service bombings Tom Hanks recalls unusual events of his life. Later Hanks admits that this is one of his favorite adaptations, in which he starred, and will call the film "a perfect adaptation of Stephen King."
Hey, George, Warner Bros.
Last year's adaptation of the book "It" - the most successful horror film of all time, and for good reason. He embodies all the horror movies promise of Stephen King, but at the same time carries a lot of humor.
"The Shawshank Redemption" (1994)
Andy and Red watch a movie in the movie "The Shawshank Redemption", Columbia Pictures
Sentimental drama by Stephen King is far from a horror movie, but it's still one of the best adaptations. On the basis of one of the stories of King director Frank Darabont has created a tragic saga of friendship, who was born in prison and has forever changed the lives of two men who embodied on the screen by Tim Robbins and Morgan Freeman.
"The Shining" (1980)
Jack Nicholson in the movie "The Shining", Warner Bros.
King was so dissatisfied with the movie "Shining" by Stanley Kubrick, that he directed an adaptation of 1997. But the film Kubrick with its intense atmosphere, fantastic visuals and memorable game Jack Nicholson and Shelley Duvall became the model for countless other horror.