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Apr 10, 2018
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Legendary writer Stephen King, AKA "The Master of Horror" is in an era of filmmaking that surpasses the last in visual effects, and acceptability of societal progression in the behavior of its individuals. This new era has allowed for the author's original intentions for the characters, in their unique idiosyncrasies to be brought to life, in the way his incredible imagination intended them to be. Gritty, relatable, and touching, in their colorful impurity. Thus filmmaking has broken new ground in creating an accurate representation of the author's macabre yet truthful depiction of human nature in the youth of america. May the legends never die. And may the new generations be helped to face their most terrifying darknesses in the hands of the best horror fiction novelist of all time... Long live the Master of Horror, long live Stephen King.
 

GNTLGNT

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Legendary writer Stephen King, AKA "The Master of Horror" is in an era of filmmaking that surpasses the last in visual effects, and acceptability of societal progression in the behavior of its individuals. This new era has allowed for the author's original intentions for the characters, in their unique idiosyncrasies to be brought to life, in the way his incredible imagination intended them to be. Gritty, relatable, and touching, in their colorful impurity. Thus filmmaking has broken new ground in creating an accurate representation of the author's macabre yet truthful depiction of human nature in the youth of america. May the legends never die. And may the new generations be helped to face their most terrifying darknesses in the hands of the best horror fiction novelist of all time... Long live the Master of Horror, long live Stephen King.
....Hey Scott!....from Scott!.......nice mini-review......
 

Neesy

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Legendary writer Stephen King, AKA "The Master of Horror" is in an era of filmmaking that surpasses the last in visual effects, and acceptability of societal progression in the behavior of its individuals. This new era has allowed for the author's original intentions for the characters, in their unique idiosyncrasies to be brought to life, in the way his incredible imagination intended them to be. Gritty, relatable, and touching, in their colorful impurity. Thus filmmaking has broken new ground in creating an accurate representation of the author's macabre yet truthful depiction of human nature in the youth of america. May the legends never die. And may the new generations be helped to face their most terrifying darknesses in the hands of the best horror fiction novelist of all time... Long live the Master of Horror, long live Stephen King.
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