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Movie Blog: Creepy ‘Carrie’ Gets A Pointless Remake

Brian De Palma’s 1976 version of Stephen King’s Carrie is not just one of the greatest horror movies ever made. It’s also one of the most empathetic. So the question then becomes: Why? Why would you ever think you could top that benchmark?

10/18/2013

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Best Halloween Books For Adults

You’re never too old for a good fright. From a group of evil paranormals to an uprising of serial killer clones to a chilling love affair, these new releases from our sister company Simon & Schuster have you covered with these creepy reads this Halloween!

10/07/2013

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“Under The Dome” Renewed For Second Season

The network has announced that the series, based on Stephen King’s bestselling novel of the same name, has been renewed for a second season.

07/31/2013

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Inside The Music Of Stephen King’s ‘Under The Dome’ Miniseries

Music Supervisor Ann Kline on how music will be used in the 13-part CBS series.

06/17/2013

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Best Books For Dad This Father’s Day

Need a good gift idea for Dad this Father’s Day? Our friends at Simon & Schuster put together this great list covering everything your Dad will love.

06/04/2013

Stephen King's It, Movie Monsters, Pick-A-Side

Pick-A-Side: Who’s The Best Movie Monster?

They’ve all scared the heck out of us for years, but which movie monster trumps all?

10/15/2012

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Summer Rewind

A look back at the great movies, music and books that came out this Summer and a preview of what we can look forward to this Fall

08/22/2011

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Stephen King Calls Gov. Walker A ‘Stooge’

Stephen King is calling the governors of Wisconsin, Florida and his home state of Maine the three stooges and is wondering why he isn’t taxed more.

03/14/2011

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Best Books For The Beach

Remember when you were a kid and summer meant you could stop reading books for a few months? Isn’t it funny that as we move into adulthood we find ourselves looking forward to those summer months as our excuse to sink into a good book?

CBS Minnesota–11/07/2010