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I still think Stephen King stories adapt better to television.


The Green Mile was an EXCELLENT feature-length film, but considering the other screen adaptations, I think The Stand (4-part television miniseries), The Shining (3-part television miniseries), and The Langoliers (2-part television miniseries) are the best.

Furthermore, The Shining was done both as a feature-length film and as a television miniseries, and the television version was way so much better than the film.

And if I remember correctly, didn't they do the same with Salem's Lot?

(In response to this post by statmanfromHCyrs)

Posted: 09/13/2017 at 10:44AM



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