SCARY HORROR STUFF: Soon Stephen King's THE DARK HALF Will Be Back for More
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Tuesday, December 17, 2019

Soon Stephen King's THE DARK HALF Will Be Back for More

Wait, what? You mean a sequel? Noooooo. Better: a remake! And you know how much we love those remakes. Especially when it's on Stephen King's works. It worked with IT -- and for the most part, it passed for PET SEMATARY. But a certain literary dark masterpiece of psychological horror -- something King doesn't do often -- will penetrate theaters once again as well.

That's Right: THE DARK HALF Will Be Re-Adapted Into Film



Not that we really need a revisit, of course. But we might be due a lot more than you think. After all, the original THE DARK HALF adapted from King's novel was released back in 1993, starring a much younger Timothy Hutton. It certainly did its job, plaguing the mind with palatable psychology, mystery and utter paranoia better than most. You can, in fact, view the ancient trailer below:


We're pretty sure you caught that this was adapted by none other than George Romero, too. More fuel to the fire as to why we even need a remake. But given this feels like an entire century in the past, it's possible that the recently announced remake may be well received!

Expect MGM Studios to Have Something Soon in This Remake


No sign of who will be starring in the film, though. We're only in the very real seeds of the damned in birthing this tree of terror, but we're interested to know what you think would be fantastic to play the dual role of Thad Beaumont and George Stark in this case. Let us know!

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