You know, the guy that did "Fright Night" and "Child's Play".
I'm sad this will be the first post about the topic, because I'm actually really excited about it. Probably even more excited then when I found out IT was being adapted into two movies. This is probably due to the fact that, in my opinion, series and movies based on King's short stories turn out better then his novels (because there is so much to cover from the novels). Also, this was my first story that I read from Nightmares and Dreamscapes, and I still remember where I was (A Holiday Inn in Myrtle Beach, SC). It was a fantastic story, but I was hoping for a sequel, because it was just that great. Maybe what happened with Children of the Corn will happen to Ten O' Clock People (although the Children of the Corn movies weren't the greatest).