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Last Updated: 2009-11-26 21:02:59 (Update Now)

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Torrent description

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This is part one of Stephen King's movies and TV series Collection.
I will upload another part every time one is well seeded.




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Release Date : 23 October 1998 (USA)
Language : ENGLISH
Size : 734,273,536
Source : DVD
Video Format : XVID
Resolution : 640 X 272
FPS : 23.976
Audio Format : 0x0055(MP3, ISO) MPEG-1 Layer 3
Audio Bitrate : 48000Hz 114 kb/s total
Audio Channels: (2 chnls) LAME3.97
IMDB : http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0118636/

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Description:

Neighborhood boy Todd Bowden (Renfro) discovers that an old man living on his
block named Arthur Denker (Mackellan) is nazi war criminal. Bowden confronts
Denker and offers him a deal: Bowden will not go to the authorities if Denker
tells him stories of the concentration camps in WWII. Denker agrees and Bowden
starts visiting him regularly. The more stories Bowden hears, the more it
affects his personality.

More:

Directed by Bryan Singer (The Usual Suspects and both X-Men features), Apt Pupil
is a story of adolescent curiosity and evil intentions. Ian McKellen (X-Men) plays
the role of an aged, former Nazi soldier living alone in a quiet town with Brad
Renfro (Sleepers) as a young, high school teenager in the search of finding the
truth about Nazi life in wartime Germany.

Adapted from the Stephen King novella of the same name, Apt Pupil is a psychological
thriller with an Alfred Hitchcock-like presence, leaving quite a bit to the viewer's
imagination. Much like a game of cards, the action moves back and forth between
characters, each trying to take control of one another. While Kurt Dussander (McKellen)
wants to keep his past in the past, Todd Bowden (Renfro) keeps probing (and sometimes
threatening) to unleash the stories of the reign of Hitler and the torture of the Jews.

While this movie is much like other Stephen King-adapted novels in the sense that it
doesn't always translate well to the big screen (with all of the little nuances that
made King famous), the superb acting and directing makes Apt Pupil a worthwhile venture
into the nature of mental wickedness. Both Singer's vision and McKellen's portrayal of
Nazi war criminal bring excitement and intrigue to this movie making it a must-see.

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*** CARRIE ***
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Release Date : 3 November 1976 (USA)
Language : English
Size : 734,253,056
Source : DVD
Video Format : XviD
Resolution : 640 X 368
FPS : 23.976
Audio Format : 0x0055(MP3, ISO) MPEG-1 Layer 3
Audio Bitrate : 48000Hz 126 kb/s total
Audio Channels: (2 chnls) LAME3.97
IMDB : http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0074285/
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Description:

Carrie White is the outsider of her class. She's a mousy girl, all of her
classmates hate her, and her mother is a religious fanatic who walks around in
a black cape. After she unexpectedly has her first period, she is teased by the
girls more ruthlessly than before. The gym teacher punishes the girls that were
involved and one of them, Sue Snell, feels sorry for what she did and asks her
boyfriend to take Carrie to the prom instead of her. But another girl that has
been banned from the prom, Chris Hargenson, isn't so forgiving and hatches an
evil plan with her boyfriend that involves Carrie and a bucket full of pig's
blood. But what none of the students realize is that Carrie has the power of
telekinesis, the power to move things with your mind, and that when you make
her mad, she transforms from an innocent girl to a rage-filled monster. And this
is gonna be a prom no one will ever forget.


More:

Youthful energy. That's what this is -- and what it is about.

Spacek, King and Depalma are all at their most committed exuberance. Sometimes
callow, but sometimes so rawly honest one often tingles quite apart from the
story. See it on this basis alone. DePalma's camera has a sense of dance --
Scorcese does too, but DePalma's is more emotional. Spacek is so clean in her
acting that her ability frightens. How strange it went away, like a poltergism.

The story has a haunting tone, also centered on youth and yearning. Menarche as
a horror, the innocent acceptance/fear of the basest religion, the brash director
intelligently spoofing Hitchcock. Odd mix that, so an odd and intriguing experience.

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*** Cat's Eye ***
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Release Date : 12 April 1985 (USA)
Language : English
Size : 734,275,584
Source : DVD
Video Format : DivX 5.0
Resolution : 608 X 272
FPS : 25.000
Audio Format : 0x0055(MP3, ISO) MPEG-1 Layer 3
Audio Bitrate : 48000Hz 113 kb/s total
Audio Channels: (2 chnls) LAME3.97
IMDB : http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0088889/
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Description:

Three horror-thriller tales based on three Stephen King short stories all
revolving around a mysterious stray cat which is attempting to find a little
girl in trouble after having a vision. In "Quitters, Inc." the cat is picked up
by a certain Dr. Donatti (Alan King) a shady New York "doctor" who uses
experimental techniques to get people to quit smoking and his latest client is
Morrison (James Woods) who learns some drastic consequences if he tries to cheat
his step-by-step quit smoking policy. In "The Ledge" the cat is picked up by
Cressner (Kienneth McMillan) a shady Atlantic City millionaire who forces tennis
pro Norris (Robert Hays) his wife's adulterous lover, to walk a narrow ledge
around his high-rise penthouse apartment. In final segment "The General", the cat
arrives in Wilmington, North Carolina where it is found by the young girl Amanda
(Drew Barrymore) it has been sent to protect... from a tiny, evil, troll who lives
behind the skirting board in Amanda's bedroom

More:

"Cat's Eye" is a well-done anthology of three horror stories scripted by
Stephen King, joined together by the presence of an adorable gray tabby. The
first tale has James Woods enlisting in a mafia-run quit-smoking program
(headed by a deliciously hammy Alan King); the second creates ample suspense
as a washed-up tennis pro (Robert Hays) is made to climb alongside a downtown
highrise at the whim of a demented gambler (Kenneth McMillan); and the third
has our heroic tabby battling a troll that's stealing little Drew Barrymore's
breath, in a segment that's actually quite amusing. As the PG-13 rating implies,
the usual extremes of King's fiction are toned-down or removed (although there
are a few vicious moments, including a briefly-seen severed head), but the film
doesn't suffer from it, and actually gives the more lighthearted, humorous
elements a chance to shine. Definitely worth a look.

6/10
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*** Children Of The Corn ***
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Release Date : 9 March 1984 (USA)
Language : English
Size : 871,547,398
Source : DVD
Video Format : DViX
Resolution : 640 X 342
FPS : 25.000
Audio Format : 0x0055(MP3, ISO) MPEG-1 Layer 3
Audio Bitrate : 44100Hz 128 kb/s total
Audio Channels: (2 chnls)
IMDB : http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0087050/
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Description:

A boy preacher named Isaac goes to a town in Nebraska called Gatlin and gets
all the children to murder every adult in town. A young couple have a murder
to report and they go to the nearest town (Gatlin) to seek help but the town
seems deserted. They are soon trapped in Gatlin with little chance of getting
out alive.

More :

Horror movies based on Stephen King's writings are often very overrated and
especially the ones inspired by his short stories are difficult to endure. It's
pretty logical, I suppose... King made it a SHORT story, so a long-feature film
handling about the same matter is likely to be tedious! "Children of the Corn"
is an excellent example to state this 'theory': the idea is good and the
atmosphere is creepy but the script is far too weak to make the film memorable.
Vicky and Burt are a young couple on their way to a new life when they're driving
through the lonely state of Nebraska. They strand in the grisly town of Gatlin;
a place where the children murdered all the adults and formed a satanical cult
that gathers in the immense corn fields. The premise contains many good aspects,
like the isolated filming location, the compelling musical score, the appellation
of the supernatural 'evil' character (He Who Walks Behind The Rows) and the
casting of the town's two main freak-boys Isaac (John Franklin) and Malachai
(redhead Courtney Gains in his debut). But, regretfully enough, there are too
many clichés and predictable twists that ruin everything! The cheap visual effects
during the finale destroy all the suspense which was build up rather ingeniously.

"Children of the Corn" certainly wasn't the first horror picture handling about
murderous youngsters and by no means it is the best! In 1976, there was this
creepy Spanish gem called "Quién Puede Matar a un Niño", which easily qualifies
as one of the most disturbing horror efforts ever made. The reason why this film
is so successful compared to "Children of the Corn" is partly because of the
evoked feelings of total hopelessness AND because it constantly remains unclear
why the children suddenly became violent.

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Release Date : 9 December 1983 (USA)
Language : English
Size : 736,012,288
Source : DVD
Video Format : DViX
Resolution : 640 X 272
FPS : 23.976
Audio Format : 0x0055(MP3, ISO) MPEG-1 Layer 3
Audio Bitrate : 48000Hz 131 kb/s total
Audio Channels: (2 chnls) LAME3.97
IMDB : http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0085333/

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Description:

Highschool geek Arnie Cunningham falls in love with "Christine", a bright red
1958 Plymouth Fury which has seen much better days. Setting himself the task of
restoring the car to its original condition, his friends notice that the car is
not the only thing that is changing. Arnie seems to spend more and more time
with his car. He's also developed a sort of cocky arrogance which does not seem
like the real Arnie at all.

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I'm not particularly a fan of horror movies and I couldn't fix an ailing
automobile if my life depended on it so the workings of cars don't fascinate
me.....but this movie fascinated me. The '58 Plymouth Fury, alias "Christine,"
is absolutely gorgeous. What a piece of machinery!

This is a horror story but there are no ghosts or monsters nor is there any
gore. A car is the star of the film, a very jealous and vengeful one at that.
Man, that sounds silly but, if you're reading this you have probably watched
the movie so no sense going into details. It's hard to describe the story in
a paragraph without it sounding stupid....but it's not. Maybe the quickest way
to explain it is that it is about a car that is alive, like a human, and you
mess with it, you pay!

It is definitely one creepy, well-made, unique and always-entertaining film.

The car is a lot better than any of the people, sad to say. No, I didn't like any of the kids in this film
(high schoolers who all look 30 years old!) and the language is a little too rough in spots, but that can
be filtered out.

The car, the '50s music, the unique story, the satisfying revenge angle all make this very watchable

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Release Date : 12 August 1983 (USA)
Language : English
Size : 733,937,664
Source : DVD
Video Format : XViD
Resolution : 640 X 480
FPS : 23.976
Audio Format : 0x0055(MP3, ISO) MPEG-1 Layer 3
Audio Bitrate : 48000Hz 104 kb/s total
Audio Channels: (2 chnls) LAME3.97
IMDB :http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0085382/

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Description:

Donna Trenton is a frustrated suburban housewife whose life is a turmoil after
her husband learns about her having an affair. Brett Camber is a young boy whose
only companion is a Saint-Bernard named "Cujo", who in turn is bitten by a rabid
bat. Whilst Vic, Donna's husband is away on business, and thinking over his
marital troubles, Donna and her 5-year-old son Tad take her Pinto to Brett
Cambers' dad's car shop... the car fails, and "Cujo" is very, very sick...


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Stephen King-based thriller is a sweat-inducing shocker that ranks among the
most intense King adaptations.

Woman and child are trapped inside their stalled car by a huge, rabid dog.

Cujo remains one of the more memorable Stephen King novels because it's a
tale of such merciless suspense and in the hands of director Lewis Teague
much of that same horror transcends well into this film. This film benefits
greatly from a powerful story with some well fleshed-out characters, it's
much more than just another 'animal attacks' movie. Teague's direction is
also very tight and helps to build an unnerving tension through out this film.
The atmosphere is very heated, the look of the movie very gritty, and the danger
feels all the more real! The camera work is also excellent and makes this film
feel truly claustrophobic! It builds to a finale that is heart-stopping. The
music score is harrowing and the filming locations are good.

Cast-wise the film is quite strong too. The great Dee Wallace delivers an
emotionally powerful performance as a mother desperate to protect her child
and survive herself. Young Danny Pintauro is great as Wallace's horrified
child. The supporting cast is good too, as are the numerous St. Bernard's
that play our vicious title character.

Cujo is a top-notch suspense film that never loses its edge. A must-see,
and not just for King fans.

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