From the brilliant (and some would say twisted minds) of Romero and King comes Creepshow, marketed on its initial release in 1982 as "the most fun you’ll ever have being scared".
Kinnear is on reliable form here as blocked writer Bill Borgens. Separated from his wife (the ever gorgeous Connelly) he is also wrestling with the problems of his offspring.
Romero’s 1981 film Knightriders, his only directorial foray outside of the horror genre, has more in common with US-made, countercultural, travelling biker movies such as 1953’s The Wild One, starring...
When it comes to adapting the works of Stephen King for the big screen, nobody has enjoyed greater success than Frank Darabont.