Stephen King Horror DVD Collection (Cujo/Golden Years/The Langoliers/The Stand/Thinner)

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Cujo-It's been a long time because I've seen this movie, however to my memory, it was a quite decent horror flick about a rabid St. Bernard. ** 1/2 from ***** (Based on 7-year old memory)\ nThe Stand-Completely compelling horror impressive about completion of the world and the survivors handling the consequences. At 6 hrs., it's LONG however never ever dull. Rather dull ending, however. Great performances from Gary Sinise, Miguel Ferrer, Rob Lowe, and Jamey Sheriday, and a fine rating from W.G. Snuffy Walden. **** from ***** \ nThe Langoliers-Intriguing and absorbing thriller about a group of people who awaken throughout a red-eye air travel from Los Angeles to Boston just to discover all the other travelers and the air travel crew have actually vanished. In spite of a couple of weak unique impacts and an underwhelming last scene, this is a true seat gripper that shows worry of the unidentified is more frightening than any beast. Great performances from the majority of the cast, especially David Morse, Dean Stockwell, and Mark Lindsay Chapman. \ n **** from ***** \ nThinner-Another Stephen King horror movie about a man who is cursed by a gypsy and continues to grow thinner. Initially intriguing premise actually goes nowhere after some time, and it's tough to tell whether the ending is being severe or jokey. * 1/2 from ***** \ nGolden Years-Absolutely awful mini-series involving an old guy who begins to grow more youthful after a catastrophe in a secret laboratory. Pedestrian instructions, second-rate performances, poor discussion, and a remarkably bad ending are the main highlights. Some die-hard Stephen King fans may discover something to admire, however it's a torturous 4 hours. 1/2 from ***** \ nThis 5-pack DVD would a worthy buy for those who are intrigued and haven't seen these films yet. The Stand and The Langoliers are plainly the best, and they likewise continue to be amongst King's best movie adjustments to this day.

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