Fan submitted reviews of Storm of the Century (TV Program):|
Posted By: Luv - October 31st, 2012 4:40:42 pm EDT
Storm of the Century is one of the best movies I've seen to date, and I'm 44 y/o. I think I will now read the book
Posted By: Denise - October 22nd, 2012 1:31:29 pm EDT
It's very hard to decide which book I enjoyed the most from Stephan King however this one would be right up there for one of my all time favorites. Just wish it would come on tv more.!!
Posted By: Far67 - July 8th, 2012 5:14:26 am EDT
Hello everyone and mr king , when i watched this movie i just loved every part of it...very strong movie in script and screenplay and acting...but the ending was quite disturbing ...i just had this feeling why cant anderson get his son back...thats when i started thinking a sequel is needed for this...a chance for anderson to free his son from linoge....anderson was the only one who didnt vote and stood against this evil...and i believe he can get his son back...he did know a lot abt this demon ...with much for info he can find a way to get to linoge and kill him ...yes ...he told himself he is not immortal...and so he can be killed ..only then ralph wll be freed from him ,,,,well.. even taught abt a name for the sequel " the quest for ralph:a sequel to storm of the century" .i do have a idea too but its upto mr king to decide abt anything regarding this..and i really hope he will...cause thats the only way true justice can be done ....and i know as i feel many would feel the same...the movie should continue from where it left ...when anderson sees ralhpie again...on the street and chases him...yes the movie will be narrated by anderson in present time...how he ended up getting his son back and ya he will have help...rem..where there is evil there is good too.....i would say christian bale would be perfect choice to play anderson in todays time..hell..why not make it a theatherical movie...well...mr king hope i could contact u and speak to u abt this...but i dont know how ...anyways this is the best i could do for now...
Posted By: Juls - June 11th, 2012 10:12:57 pm EDT
It was the creepy what so ever. At the end i like where Andre makes Ralfie a weird vampire.I noticed you have a thing for Ralfie because I also watched Salems Lot.
Posted By: Anonymous - May 2nd, 2012 6:24:22 pm EDT
stephen king storm of the century continued this novel? Please.
Posted By: Baraa - April 4th, 2012 10:52:01 pm EDT
Posted By: Anonymous - March 4th, 2012 10:56:02 pm EST
I remember this movie
Posted By: Addmom712 - November 2nd, 2011 9:43:21 am EDT
I learn something new ever time I watch this movie, but the message (to me) always remains the same. If you live a life without faith, hope, & love, you have nothing. People think they have no choices and we always do. But if you make the choice based on your own selfish motives and not for the good of everyone, you will end up with a life time of guilt and shame. The people of the island represent how quick we are to think "as long as it isn't me" - or in this case "my kid" it will be ok. Little did they know that there is always a payoff.
Posted By: AmberH777 - December 1st, 2010 7:13:30 am EST
I LOVE THIS MOVIE!! I have seen and read EVERYTHING by Stephen King... I let my son (now 4months) watch it kuz its BLUE n calming... HE LOVES IT... i can watch n e thing else.. We call it his BLUE MOVIE.. Thats My BOY!!!.. btw u can watch this or n e movie on YOUTUBE
Posted By: S.K.Rules - August 22nd, 2010 4:59:09 pm EDT
first time I watched this I didn't knoiw it was a Stephen King, not to mention it was on a channel called true movies, for a while I thought it was based on a true story. great movie.
Posted By: Ellene-Rene - July 2nd, 2010 5:50:45 pm EDT
I absolutely adore Stephen King's work! This is by far one of my favorite films of ALL TIME! It has just enough of everything in it, from suspense to many comical-witty lines! I love the story line, the characters,its just a phenomenal piece of work! Stephen King is the GREATEST!
Posted By: Ashley Carson - June 5th, 2010 6:59:14 pm EDT
i loved the storm of the century i am trying to find a link where i can watch it again but i cant find any
Posted By: Maxwell - April 15th, 2010 4:14:36 pm EDT
I'm from Brazil. I'm doing a paper for the university based on The storm of the century, in which I realized similarities between it and Young Goodman Brown, by N. Howthorne. Has King ever said something about this. If yes, I would like the source to use in my work. Thanks.
Posted By: Gage - February 16th, 2010 8:48:49 pm EST
Here are Stephen King's best works,books,and films: Salem's Lot Creepshow Silver Bullet Pet Sematary Misery The Langoliers and Storm Of The Century.
Posted By: None - February 6th, 2010 7:29:23 pm EST
I, Lillie, love all of S. king movies and books. I usually understand them pretty much, but thats the fun keep guessing. I would like to know what Linoge is in Storm of the Century and what does croaton mean please.
Posted By: GinaGina - January 30th, 2010 12:04:52 am EST
I have this movie and I have watched it several times, I really enjoyed it! The first time I saw it I was in a trance, I just wanted to know what he wanted so bad, then when I found out, my jaw dropped. Loved that!
Posted By: X-Man - January 14th, 2010 8:07:53 pm EST
Stephen King, thank you for making this criticism of the human race.
Posted By: Chaz - September 24th, 2009 4:18:36 pm EDT
A terrifing perspective of the evil that grips the shirt tail of our seemingly mundane lives; a no-win dilemma dropped right in our comfy laps; a gut-wrentching ending that puts the cruelty of madness in the stratoshpere. Surely, one of my favorite mini-series of all times.
Posted By: Xristos Xasapis - September 22nd, 2009 8:50:30 am EDT
the best movie ever
Posted By: Anonymous - June 1st, 2009 11:40:25 pm EDT
This is one of my favourite mini-series. I love the atmosphere of the snow storm and the way they portrait it as an entity of its own. The feeling that they are stuck and cannot go anywhere. My sister bought me a book of the screenplay and I have no idea where she got that. I really miss your mini-series Mr. King. So be kind and make us all happy. big hello from Canada
Posted By: Rhalld38 - May 25th, 2009 8:55:25 am EDT
I have seen this movie about a 100 times and it does not get old. This is a very good movie and it has a great plot. The ending is sad though because Mike looses his son and sees him again and he cannot tell anyone that he saw his son.
Posted By: Glauko - April 20th, 2009 2:20:03 pm EDT
Where this evil came from?
Posted By: Tinkles2 - April 19th, 2009 12:11:15 am EDT
I have watched 'Storm of the Century' countless times and it still manages to intrigue me and break my heart. It is, without a doubt, my favorite King story. Well done Mr. King and thank you!
Posted By: Batches_girl - March 5th, 2009 9:35:07 am EST
I didn't see the made for tv movie but a friend of mine that I work with did and he said that the movie was excellent
Posted By: Hippiestephen - February 11th, 2009 1:26:47 am EST
hi. how are you, l like very much your movies, lam your fan, sorry my english no is the better. but youre great writer. thank for your mind.
Posted By: Sandy - December 10th, 2008 10:46:49 pm EST
We just watched the DVD this past week while in a cabin up north in Michigan. We had a "two footer" snow blizzard going on outside at the time. It made for a perfect evening. We have read most of Kings books... and seen most of the movies based on his writings, but this one deserves to be on the top of our list. It is perfection in every sense. The actors were perfectly cast, and acted. The background and details could'nt be better. There are times I question Kings endings, but this time, he got it just right. We are still discussing the moral implication, and I am very happy to be snowed in at a cabin in Michigan, rather than on an Island off of the Maine coast. Thank You Mr. King
Posted By: Will Stape - December 2nd, 2008 10:09:26 am EST
Full of chilling atmosphere & great acting set in a complex story of dark morality, Storm Of The Century replaced Salem's Lot as my favorite Stephen King TV mini-series. Andre Linoge compels as a charismatic villain, who while truly wicked, turns an analytic spotlight on the town of Little Tall Island. As Linoge intimidates & threatens them like some mystical conman or mobster thug, he plays the ultimate mind game, & the island's residents wither in his skillful grasp. In the end, we wonder if the secrets Linoge exposes is more reason for their compliance, than a shaman's violent sorcery.
Posted By: Anonymous - November 12th, 2008 9:01:50 pm EST
awesome movie..i started watching it and couldnt turn it off.. gave me goosebumps :)
Posted By: Anonymous - November 7th, 2008 1:03:15 am EST
I saw this as a child, growing up I could never remember the name of it. Probably about two-three years ago I saw it again, got it on DVD because it is well worth it. Even have the screenplay book, which I find to be very interesting, dears. I love reading and seeing different versions of things, this one really did take the cake. I love the build up, suspense, and the cast is great. Stephen King did extremely well in every little detail. It has become my numbero uno film and book. Thank you Stephen King, your creativity is wondrous.
Posted By: Egbert Cheeseman - November 4th, 2008 3:17:45 am EST
GIVE ME WHAT I WANT AND I'LL GO AWAY
Posted By: Angelina. - October 14th, 2008 10:52:23 pm EDT
An incredible movie when it came on tv. : ) I LOVE YOU STEPHEN KING. WOOT WOOT.
Posted By: Swany - September 29th, 2008 5:02:26 am EDT
Posted By: Sylvanna Rayne - September 28th, 2008 2:06:39 am EDT
King actually got some heat from the public on this made-for-TV movie. The story involves a very striking moral question woven into the chilling tale, and sadly some people just don't like to have to think that hard. Its well worth it though, both for the frightening entertainment value and the philosophical question it raises. Its a well woven story with a lot of interesting characters.