Tag Archives: Drew Barrymore

“Stephen King’s Cat’s Eye”

“Cat’s Eye” begins with a nod to Stephen King fans. During the opening minutes, Cujo is shown chasing a cat, and Christine is being driven.. Apart from the presence of Cujo, the cat serves an important purpose in the film. … Continue reading

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“Firestarter”

The Department of Scientific Intelligence, known as The Shop, conducts secret experiments. Golden Globe nominee David Keith (An Officer and a Gentleman) plays Andy McGee. He and his wife Vicky, a role acted by six time Golden Globe nominee Heather … Continue reading

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“The Ledge From Stephen King’s Night Shift Collection”

February 1978, marked the first time that a collection of bestselling author Stephen King’s short stories were available to be read in one publication. Doubleday published “Night Shift” which contained twenty stories in all, sixteen of which, had been previously … Continue reading

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“Scream”

There are three sounds a viewer hears when watching the opening scene to the film “Scream:” a heartbeat – a ringing telephone – and the screams of an unknown woman. The telephone is answered by Casey Becker, who is played … Continue reading

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“E.T. – 30 Years Later and Still Soaring”

Premiering a little over thirty years ago on May 26, 1982 at the Cannes Film Festival in France, the popularity of “E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial,” in this blogger’s opinion, continues to bring out the inner child in anyone who sees it, … Continue reading

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