Stephen King : Master of Horror (UK documentary)

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Bev Vincent

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So, just to clarify, there seem to be 2 documentaries "titled" Master of Horror.

1) Circa 2010, or after. I cant figure out what it is exactly, and is available on youtube : MASTER OF HORROR- STEVEN KING- DOCUMENTARY.
I actually wouldnt be surprised if "Master of horror" isn't its actually title, but the one that the person that shared it on youtube gave it
Maybe Marsha would have some kind of ideas about what it is?

2) Released at the end of august 2018, on Channel5, in the UK.
Now being shown in France (Paramount Channel France) and in the USA > Stephen King: Master of Horror - REELZChannel
The first is probably the Biography Channel International episode. From around 2012, I think.
 

DiO'Bolic

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So, just to clarify, there seem to be 2 documentaries "titled" Master of Horror.

1) Circa 2010, or after. I cant figure out what it is exactly, and is available on youtube : MASTER OF HORROR- STEVEN KING- DOCUMENTARY.
I actually wouldnt be surprised if "Master of horror" isn't its actually title, but the one that the person that shared it on youtube gave it
Maybe Marsha would have some kind of ideas about what it is?

2) Released at the end of august 2018, on Channel5, in the UK.
Now being shown in France (Paramount Channel France) and in the USA > Stephen King: Master of Horror - REELZChannel
The next documentary will probably be titled Stephen 'Master of Horror' King. :)
 

kingricefan

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I've always been more interested in his formative years, before he got famous. Especially his childhood. I wonder what monsters lurked there that made him the man he became.
They're are quite a few books out there that talk address Steve's early years- Art Of Darkness by Douglas Winter, Bare Bones, etc. While they don't go into full depth of his life they wwill give you some glimpses into it.
 

kingricefan

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Jul 11, 2006
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They're are quite a few books out there that talk address Steve's early years- Art Of Darkness by Douglas Winter, Bare Bones, etc. While they don't go into full depth of his life they wwill give you some glimpses into it.
This post is a perfect example of why one should never post while on cold medications. I hang my head in shame.....:facepalm: