Recommandations de Stephen King : les films et séries recommandés par Stephen King
Nous vous présentons ci-dessous une liste (non exhaustive) d’auteurs et livres recommandés par Stephen King.
Ces recommandations sont extraites de différentes sources, telles que les différents essais et chroniques de Stephen King, mais également son compte Twitter: @StephenKing
Give yourself a gift and go see THE GIFT–a perfect little gem of a suspense movie.
Loved CHAPPIE. It’s like a children’s story written by an extremely talented psychopath.
Besides being a good action movie and a fractured fairy tale, CHAPPIE is a surprisingly sharp satire of thug life.
LES REVENANTS : conférence de presse à Paris
+ tweet : « Watching THE RETURNED. Scary and sexy. Fun to see a foreign TV show that hasn’t been Americanized. That kid Victor’s giving me nightmares. »
LABOR DAY :
Just saw LABOR DAY. Uneven, but it sure hit my emotional sweet spot. Winslet shines. Nice cameo by Tobey Maguire.
ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK :
ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK: I was dubious at first, but it sort of hits its stride when Piper’s hunting for the chicken.
« CRISIS is damned good, and Gillian Anderson is even better. «
I saw a screener of OCULUS and loved it. Very scary. I may never eat an apple again.
SNOWPIERCER–holy shit, what a movie! Try to see it in an actual theater!
SONS OF ANARCHY
SONS OF ANARCHY: Best bro show ever. Can’t wait for the new season.
THE BLACKLIST is utterly over the top, but Reddington’s je sais quoi is both impeccable and irresistible. Fun show in spite of itself.
Loved BLACK MIRROR. Terrifying, funny, intelligent. It’s like THE TWILIGHT ZONE, only rated R.
Was treated to a screening of Guillermo del Toro’s new movie, CRIMSON PEAK, this weekend. Gorgeous and just fucking terrifying.
CRIMSON PEAK electrified me in the same way Sam Rami’s EVIL DEAD electrified me when I saw it for the first time way back in the day. >>> https://twitter.com/stephenking/status/577578379702104064
I’m enjoying the hell out of TYRANT. One-fiftieth the budget of GAME OF THRONES, but it still packs an (admittedly low budget) punch.
THE FINAL GIRLS
THE FINAL GIRLS is really great, a sweet horror movie spoof that winds up feeling like MOONRISE KINGDOM.
JANE GOT A GUN
JANE GOT A GUN: A really good Western. Made me think of HOMBRE, with Paul Newman.
SERIE « COLONY »
THE WIDOW, de Fiona Barton
If you liked GONE GIRL and THE GIRL ON THE TRAIN, you might want to pick up THE WIDOW, by Fiona Barton. Engrossing. Suspenseful.
HEX, by Thomas Olde Heuvelt: A wicked witch holds an upstate New York town prisoner. This is totally, brilliantly original.
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HEAD FULL OF GHOSTS, by Paul Tremblay
Paul Tremblay’s uber-creepy follow-up to A HEAD FULL OF GHOSTS is published today: DISAPPEARANCE AT DEVIL’S ROCK. Don’t miss this one.
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SERIE : THE NIGHT OF
HBO’s THE NIGHT OF is brilliant entertainment. Great acting and a great story by Richard Price. You should get on board for this one.
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SERIE : BRAINDEAD
I’m loving BrainDead. This is extremely rich political satire, of both sides, and a rather moving plea for a little bipartisanship.
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TRAIN TO BUSAN
TRAIN TO BUSAN: Holy shit, it’s like John Woo meets the zombie apocalypse. This makes THE WALKING DEAD look tame.
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THE WITCH :
The Witch scared the hell out of me. And it’s a real movie, tense and thought-provoking as well as visceral.
10 CLOVERFIELD LANE
Saw 10 CLOVERFIELD today with my posse. We had a blast. It’s a killer thriller.
DEEP BLUE SEA
Writing in People Magazine, horror master Stephen King described his recovery from a near fatal accident: « My first trip after being smacked by a van and almost killed was to the movies (Deep Blue Sea, as a matter of fact; I went in my wheelchair and loved every minute of it.) »
STRANGER THINGS is pure fun. A+. Don’t miss it. Winona Ryder shines.
THE AUTOPSY OF JANE DOE: Visceral horror to rival ALIEN and early Cronenberg. Watch it, but not alone.
NO SECOND CHANCE, a six-part French adaptation of Harlan Coben’s novel. Terrific entertainment.
FAUDA, on Netflix. Cool Israeli thriller. With episodes only a little longer than your average sitcom, it’s all killer and no filler.