NEWS 2003


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ARC of Wolves of the Calla

Posted: June 29, 2003.

King's fictional essay America the Literate can now be site.

The first ARC of Wolves of the Calla has now surfaced on eBay.

Bev Vincent author of the book The Road to The Dark Tower now has a message board on his site. Check it out for the latest info on his book and other King info.

And last. Don't forget that it's about 24 hours left of The Dark Tower 1 - 4 contest where you can win a set of all four books for free! You have until 11:59 GMT (Greenwhich Mean Time) p.m. June 30, 2003 to enter.

The Dead Zone

Posted: June 27, 2003.

If you want the bonus disk that is available when you get the season 1 box for The Dead Zone you need to buy it prior to 9/20/03. The bonus disc features the unaired Dead Zone season one pilot episode and other Special Features. You can order the box here.

On Hodder & Stoughton's site you can now sign up for exclusive news, competitions and giveaways. The link is at the bottom of this site:

America the Literate

Posted: June 26, 2003.

King has a fictional essay published in Book magazine for Jul/Aug 2003 its called America the Literate.
Thanks to Greg Panian.

Here is a review of The Gunslinger.
Thanks to Bev Vincent

Don't forget to order The Dark Tower 1 - 4 and to enter my contest where you can win a set of all four books for free!

King's appearance on CNN

Posted: June 25, 2003.

On CNN's site you can now find a transcript from King's appearance on CNN Newsnight Aaron Brown yesterday.

Now is my review of The Diary of Ellen Rimbauer online.

UK cover for Wolves of the Calla

Posted: June 24, 2003.

Here is the UK cover for Wolves of the Calla.

You can now read the foreword by King and the introduction by Robin for the book The Dark Tower Concordance online. You can also find an excerpt from The Gunslinger (new version) here.

Harvey's Dream

Posted: June 23, 2003.

Here you can read King's new short story Harvey's Dream online.

Now you can see King's appearance on the Today show earlier today online.
Thanks to Bev Vincent

Dark Tower contest back on

Posted: June 22, 2003.

First, let me thank everyone that has e-mailed me and telling me all sorts of nice things! You made my day! Thanks!

I'm also happy to let you all know that the Lilja's Library Dark Tower contest is now back online. Don't miss this opportunity to get the first four Dark Tower books for free!

Those of you who have already participated don't need to do so again. The contest ends June 30, 2003.

The Contest

Posted: June 21, 2003.

There have been some difficulties (or rather it's been impossible) to enter Lilja's Library for a little over 4 days. This was because the Lilja's Library Dark Tower contest I started on June 17 caused to big of a load on my web host's server (I guess you can say it's been a success). Because of this I was thrown out from their server without any notice and in a really rude way (mail me and I'll give you their name…).

During these 4 days I have been looking for another web host that isn't to expensive that I could put Lilja's Library at but I haven't found one yet (if anyone know of one or even work at one, please let me know). Since I still wanted to get Lilja's Library online as soon as possible I have been forced to use some free services and unfortunately that includes commercials banners and pop-up's. I'm really sorry about this but I hope you will all bear with me and feel that I have done the least bad thing in a bad situation. At one point I even considered putting Lilja’s Library to rest forever but all your mails changed my mind, THANKS!

This also means some changes I'm afraid. For now you will have to use he address: when you want to visit. You will also have to use the address: info [at] when you want to reach me. I hope this won't cause too much trouble and that it's only temporary.

Also because of this the contest will have to take a break for a couple of days so that I can correct this. The closing date will be pushed forward with the same amount of days. I'm really sorry about this!

In today's (more funny) news:

Kingdom Hospital will be shooting between August 11, 2003 and March, 2004.

Here is an article USA Today about King and The Dark Tower.

There has been an update to the official King site and here is what they report:

Stephen King to appear on The Today Show, Monday, June 23rd
Stephen should be appearing in the 8 o'clock hour (EST), tune in to hear the newest information of the release of the first four Dark Tower books from Penguin.

New short story
In the June 30th issue of The New Yorker, Stephen has published his new short story, Harvey's Dream. Look for it on newsstands June 23rd.

Stephen King to appear on the Aaron Brown Show
Look for him on Tuesday, June 24th, 10:15pm - 11:00pm EST.

Win The Dark Tower

Posted: June 17, 2003.

How would you like to get a set of The Dark Tower 1 - 4 for free? Well, now you can. All you have to do is enter Lilja's Library Dark Tower contest and if you answer all the questions right you might be one of 9 lucky participants that will get to read the first four Dark Tower books for free.

In other news:

The first season of The Dead Zone is released today on DVD. You can preorder your copy here.

King will read the after word himself on the audio edition of Wolves of the Calla.

Viking now has a site up for the first four Dark Tower books. The address is

A short movie is planned based on Lucky Quarter.

Promotion of The Dark Tower 1-4

Posted: June 13, 2003.

I got some info about how King will promote The Dark Tower 1-4 and it seams like there will be plenty of TV, radio and in print. I’m happy to be able to present this list of where you can check it out and what you can expect!

For The Dark Tower 1 – 4:

June 23 "Today Show"/ Interview, in the 8:00 hour
June 23 USA Today, cover story of Life Section
June 24 "NewsNight with Aaron Brown", interview
June 23, 24 Syndicated Print Interview: feature will run in St. Louis Dispatch, Denver Post, Austin American -Statesman, Milwaukee Journal, and St Petersburg Times
June 24 TV Satellite tour- details below
June 25 Radio Satellite tour- details below

June 24 TV SATELLITE TOUR-all times EST
8:32-39am: Baltimore/AM News/ FOX/Live
8:40-45am: Cleveland/"Good Day Cleveland"/ FOX/Live
8:49-54am: Sacramento/ "Daybreak"/ CBS/ Live
8:55-01am: Chicago/ "WGN Morning News"/ WB/ Live
9:03-08am: Miami/ "5:30PM News'/ CBS/ Taped
9:09-14am: Denver/ "9 News AM"/ NBC/ Taped
9:15-20am: tk
9:20-26am: Dallas/ "Good Day"/ FOX/ Live
9:30-36am: Chicago/ "FOX Thing in AM"/ FOX/ Live
9:37-42am: Boston/ "Evening News"/ NBC/ Taped
9:43-48am: Phoenix/ "AM News"/ NBC/ Taped
9:49-54am: San Francisco/"Eyewitness News Early"/CBS/Live
9:55-00am: tk
10:01-07am: Los Angeles/ "Eyewitness News"/ ABC/ Taped
10:09-14am: tk
10:15-20am: Philadelphia/ "10AM News"/ NBC/ Live
10:30-35am: Detroit/ "AM News"/ FOX/ Taped
10:36-41am: Portland/ "AM Northwest"/ ABC/ Taped
11:25-30am: St. Louis/ "Today in St. Louis"/ NBC/ Taped

NYC/ WOR-AM/ Taped
June 25 RADIO SATELLITE TOUR- no times supplied
Nat'l/USA Radio/Live
Nat'l/ Metro Networks/ Taped
LA/ KFI-AM/ Taped
Chicago/ WLS-AM/ Live
Philadelphia/ KYW-AM/ Taped
Dallas/ WBAP-AM/ Live
Detroit/ WJR-AM/ Taped
Houston/ KTRH-AM/ Live
Miami/ WIOD-AM/ Taped
Seattle/ KIRO-AM/ Live
San Diego/ KYXY-AM/ Taped
Phoenix/ KTAR-AM/ Live
Pittsburgh/KDKA-AM/ Live
Portland/ KXL-AM/ Taped
Cincinnati/ WLW-AM/ Live
Sacramento/KFBK-AM/ Taped
San Antonio/ WOAI-AM/ Live

For The Dark Tower 5:

Oct. 30 Good Morning America

Oct. 30 Jacob Burns Film Center (Westchester, NY)

May 1 Seattle Times, thriller/fiction summer round-up
May 4 Charleston Gazette, fall preview
May 15 Montgomery Advertiser
June 1 Florida Times Union, summer round-up
June 5 Kansas City Star, fall preview
June 8 Denver Post, fall preview

Dark Tower

Posted: June 11, 2003.

Yesterday I received some copies of the new editions of the first four Dark Tower books. After looking through them I can now confirm the following:

* The introduction is the same in all four books.

* Wizard and Glass (only the trade paperback though) have a part from Wolves of the Calla at the back. It's called Roont and is almost the same as the prologue that is on King's site. The difference is that some rewriting seams to have been done. The first sentence in the prologue on King's site goes:

Tian was blessed (although few farmers would use such a word) with three patches

and the one in Wizard and Glass like this:

Tian was blessed (though few farmers would used such a word) with three patches

Nothing major but no less some changes.

* All books has gotten now subtitles:

The Dark Tower I: The Gunslinger - Resumption
The Dark Tower II: The Drawing of the Three - Renewal
The Dark Tower III: The Waste Lands - Redemption
The Dark Tower IV: Wizard and Glass - Regard

Now that it's only about a month until the new episodes air the official Dead Zone site has some new stuff you might want to check out.

Production of Kingdom Hospital is set to begin on August 11 in Vancouver, Canada.

I Know What You Need

Posted: June 9, 2003.

King will review the upcoming Harry Potter book. King will review it for Entertainment Weekly but he's not getting an advance copy of the book so it will probably be at least July before his review comes out.

Michael Chabon joined forces with the editors of McSweeney's magazine to create McSweeney's Mammoth Treasury of Thrilling Tales, a fiction anthology of stories driven by narrative action. (Edited by Michael Chabon;; unabridged short stories; seven hours and 30 minutes; $17.95; read by Kevin Gray.)

Of the 20 stories in the original print version, eight made this audio compilation by authors Elmore Leonard, Nick Hornby, Stephen King, Michael Crichton, Dave Eggers, Harlan Ellison, Rick Moody and Chabon. Gray assumes a distinct voice for each tale and captures the twists and quirks in these genre pieces.

Thanks to Bev Vincent

Mockingbird Lane has done the song for the Dollar Baby I Know What You Need. The title is Taken Under.

Wolves of the Calla

Posted: June 5, 2003.

A promotional item for Wolves of the Calla is now being sold over at eBay. It looks rather cool!

My review for The Complete Guide to the Works of Stephen King in now online.

The Devil's Wine

Posted: June 4, 2003.

Six of King's early poems will be released in a book called The Devil's Wine from Cemetery Dance Publications. The titles are:

* The Dark Man
* Donovan's Brain
* The Hardcase Speaks
* Harrison State Park '68
* Silence
* In the key-chords of dawn...

Here is the press release:



BALTIMORE, MD--June 4, 2003--Cemetery Dance Publications, publisher of the deluxe limited edition of Stephen King's FROM A BUICK 8, is proud to announce THE DEVIL'S WINE, a poetry anthology edited by best-selling author Tom Piccirilli. The contributors include Stephen King, Ray Bradbury, Peter Straub, Graham Masterton, Charles De Lint, Jack Ketchum, Joe Haldeman, Michael Bishop, Jack Cady, Steve Rasnic Tem, Melanie Tem, Peter Crowther, TM Wright, Brian Hodge, Edward Lee, Elizabeth Massie, Jay Bonansinga, and Tamara Thorne.

The Cemetery Dance hardcover is the only planned edition for this title, and many of the nearly 200 poems have never appeared anywhere else. Stephen King's amazing contributions were originally published in small venues during his college years and these publications now resell for thousands of dollars due to their scarcity. The King poems haven't seen print in over 30 years--this is the ONLY time they have ever been reprinted!

A link to the complete table of contents can be found on this page:

THE DEVIL'S WINE will be issued in two unique states: a Trade Hardcover edition for $40 (featuring our usual high-quality, smyth-sewn cloth binding, full-color dustjacket, etc) and a Deluxe Lettered Edition for $250 (featuring a handmade traycase, additional artwork, and completely unique hand-binding--in other words, a completely different book to hold in your hands! Signed by editor Tom Piccirilli and artist Caniglia!).

THE DEVIL'S WINE will be published in October and both editions are now available for pre-order from Cemetery Dance Publications. You may order from the website ( or feel free to call (410-588-5901) or email us ( We expect this title to sell extremely quickly (especially the Lettered Edition), so don't delay!

Retailers and wholesales who haven't previously acquired titles directly from Cemetery Dance will need to call and set-up an account to receive the standard discount: 410-588-5901. Cemetery Dance titles are also distributed by Ingram and Baker & Taylor.

Cemetery Dance Publications
132-B Industry Lane, Unit #7
Forest Hill, MD 21050

Phone: (410) 588-5901 -- 10am to 7pm E.S.T. (Monday to Friday)
Fax: (410) 588-5904 -- 24 Hours A Day


TITLE: The Devil's Wine
EDITOR: Tom Piccirilli
ARTIST: Caniglia
CONTRIBUTING AUTHORS: Stephen King, Ray Bradbury, Peter Straub, Graham Masterton, Charles De Lint, Jack Ketchum, Joe Haldeman, Michael Bishop, Jack Cady, Steve Rasnic Tem, Melanie Tem, Peter Crowther, TM Wright, Brian Hodge, Edward Lee, Elizabeth Massie, Jay Bonansinga, and Tamara Thorne
ISBN: 1-58767-070-4
RELEASE DATE: October 2003
FORMAT: Hardcover

The Dark Tower

Posted: June 2, 2003.

Simon & Schuster has made a really cool site for The Dark Tower. It has illustrations from Wolves of the Calla and load of other stuff.

Among the other things you can find there is some small tidbits on what happened the year that some of the early books where released and a map from The Dark Tower Concordance. They also have "cover" for Song of Susannah and The Dark Tower. This is probably not the finished once though but just temporary image so that the line of covers will be complete...

Thanks to Morgan Berry.

John Mellencamp

Posted: June 1, 2003.

Today I'm happy to let you know that the latest installment of Needful King's is online. The title is In Which We Change the Way We Do Things, Prove Ourselves Right, and Natter and Grommish on About Things King and…

John Mellencamp will devote his attention this summer to the musical he's making King.

Resease dates for The Dark Tower

Posted: May 31, 2003.

According to the press release that goes out with the review copy of The Gunslinger the release dates for part 5, 6 and 7 are as follows:

Dark Tower V - Nov 4,2003
Dark Tower VI - August 1, 2004
Dark Tower VII - November 1, 2004

An article about how King and Richard Dooling worked together on Kingdom Hospital is now online.

The Running Man 2

Posted: May 27, 2003.

As I reported earlier King talked at Berkeley College Master's Tea on Monday April 21st, 2003. Now you can read about the event and read about what he read from Wolves of the Calla.

There is also some additional info about The Running Man 2 available.

King promoted Kingdom Hospital

Posted: May 21, 2003.

Here are two images from ABC 2003 Upfront where King promoted Kingdom Hospital. There is also a new portrait of King online.

There is now some info available about the upcoming episodes of The Dead Zone. It has also been confirmed that are a "never before seen" pilot episode for The Dead Zone that will be available through a bounce back purchase from the season 1 DVD set.

The introductions in the Viking reissue hardcovers of the first four Dark Tower books are all the same.
Thanks to Bev Vincent

The Complete Guide to the Works of Stephen King

Posted: May 20, 2003.

The Complete Guide to the Works of Stephen King are released today and to celebrate that the authors reveal that they have in fact found 10 additional King's stories that was unknown, until now.

Now you can pre-order the UK edition of Wolves of the Calla.

Wolves of the Calla

Posted: May 19, 2003. has lowered their price on Wolves of the Calla. You can now order it for only $24:50
Thanks to Ron Glenn.

Now you can pre-order the DVD version of the remake of Carrie.
Thanks to Terry Warrick.

Salem's Lot

Posted: May 18, 2003.

Today I have more exclusive images from the set of Salem's Lot. These are taken the on the last day of filming in Creswick.

You can also read the latest report from Denis Gatiatullin as well as an article about Salem's Lot from The Age.

Salem's Lot

Posted: May 15, 2003.

Today I have an exclusive report from the set of Salem's Lot including some images from the set. You don't want to miss that!

The cover for the US edition of Wolves of the Calla is now out.

One of the most interesting questions...

Posted: May 14, 2003.

Scribner published a color scan of the cover for Stephen King's The Dark Tower: A Concordance, Volume I today.

Kingdom Hospital will air on Thursdays at 9:00 p.m., ET, beginning in January 2004.

On August 12th MGM will release the Carrie TV adaptation on DVD. It will be 132-minute long and the disc will be full-frame and will contain a DDS 5.1 surround track.
Thanks to Terry Warrick.

Here is a new interview with King about The Dark Tower and his retirement.

One of the most interesting questions King gets is: So will we see any other new Stephen King titles published between June's re-issue of The Gunslinger and The Dark Tower in November, 2004?

And King's answer is:

King: I have not started a new novel since finishing the Dark Tower novels. This is March. I finished the last one, I think, in October. This would be an ordinary fallow period for me anyway. I have some ideas, but not anything I've started to work on yet. I think the Dark Tower novels will be published and then you might see a period of silence from me that would maybe go from two to five years. But there would definitely be something, I think, unless I should keel over dead.

The Diary of Ellen Rimbauer

Posted: May 13, 2003.

Donald M. Grant has now put some of the images from the new and limited edition of The Talisman and Black House on their site. You can check them out here.
Thanks to Terry Warrick.

Yesterday The Diary of Ellen Rimbauer aired on ABC and the first 5 reviews are now online.

Robert Grubb has joined the cast for Salem's Lot.

My review for the second half of the second season of The Dead Zone is now online.

Official Dark Tower site

Posted: May 11, 2003.

On King's official site there is also an official Dark Tower site where you can listen to an excerpt from Wolves of the Calla (read by King himself) and an excerpt from new version of The Gunslinger (read by George Guidall).

You can also see two of the illustrations for Wolves of the Calla and one for Song of Susannah.

New look on official site

Posted: May 10, 2003.

King's official site now has a new look, check it out!

Thornewood Castle where The Diary of Ellen Rimbauer was filmed will have a premier party on Monday when the movie airs on ABC. There is now a first review of it online.

There is also a new article about Salem's Lot online.

Order The Dark Tower V

Posted: May 8, 2003.

Betts Bookstore is now taking orders for The Dark Tower V: Wolves of the Calla.

Salem's Lot

Posted: May 7, 2003.

Two more images from the set of Salem's Lot are now online as well as three articles from The Concier.

Salem's Lot

Posted: May 5, 2003.

Denis Gatiatullin was kind enough to send me some images from the set of Salem's Lot.

Horror author Tom Piccirilli (a.k.a. Pic) has announced in his newsletter that he has put together a poetry collection to be published by Cemetery Dance Publications in "early Autumn '03", titled The Devils Wine.

About 75% of the book will be previously unpublished new poetry" and will contain poems by such authors as Stephen King, Ray Bradbury, Peter Straub, Graham Masterton, Charles De Lint, Jack Ketchum and many others.

The King poems, although already published elsewhere, are VERY hard to find. The six poems, which were published in University of Maine publications are:

- The Hardcase Speaks (Contraband #2, 1971)
- Harrison State Park '68 (Ubris, 1968)
- The Dark Man (Ubris, 1969)
- Donavon's Brain (Moth, 1970)
- Silence (Moth, 1970)
- Untitled ("...In the Key Chords of Dawn...") (Contraband #1, 1971)

Cemetery Dance is NOT taking preorders right now so please don't call or email them for details about the book. The best chance of purchasing The Devil's Wine should sign-up for either of their email lists.
Thanks to Jonathan Reitan for this info.

The 43rd Dream

Posted: May 2, 2003.

Three more names has been revealed for Secret Window, Secret Garden and yet another new King story has been found by the authors of The Complete Guide to the Works of Stephen King. This one is called The 43rd Dream.

Secret Window, Secret Garden

Posted: May 1, 2003.

First let me apologize that there hasn't been any new updates in the last days. I have been moving to a new home and haven't had the time to do any updates on the site. I have also moved the site to a new web hotel. This won't affect you when you visit but you will have to use a new e-mail if you want to contact me. The new address is info [at]

So, with that out of the way, here is the latest King news:

The latest casting news is that John Turturro have been cast to star alongside Johnny Depp in Secret Window, Secret Garden and that Donald Sutherland will play Richard Straker in Salem's Lot.

A new short story by King has been found. It's called Codename: Mousetrap.

Christine will be released on a special DVD. Read more at Creature Corner.
Thanks to James Cochrane

Kingdom Hospital

Posted: April 22, 2003.

King talked about his career path at a Berkeley College Master's Tea Monday April 21st. Here is an article about it from Yale Daily News.

E! Online has an article about Kingdom Hospital online. The same article also says that King currently is working on the script for the miniseries of Desperation.

The audio version of Wolves of the Calla will be 28 houers long and it seams like the cover for the new edition of The Gunslinger has gotten a new look.

Click here to see the old one.
Thanks to Bev Vincent and Morgan Berry.

Dead Zone

Posted: April 19, 2003.

Michael Piller's latest web post is now on the official Dead Zone website. In it he talks about (among other things) the infamous unaired episode "The Hunt" (previously The Hunt for Osama). You can also download Mike Taylor's teleplay for the episode.

The Running Man 2

Posted: April 17, 2003.

Here are a bit more about the plot of the upcoming The Running Man 2.

Kingdom Hospital

Posted: April 16, 2003.

Some additional images from The Diary of Ellen Rimbauer is now online.

Kingdom Hospital Sets Fall 2003 Foundation and The Z Review reports that Basketballer Dennis Rodman is in talks to star in a sequel to the 1987 Schwarzenegger film The Running Man with production to begin in Vancouver in August.


Posted: April 15, 2003.

First some DVD news. The remake of Carrie that aired on NBC November 4th last year will be released on DVD by MGM on August 12. Here is also some additional info about season 1 of The Dead Zone:

The complete first season of the highest rated basic cable original dramatic series of all time. 4 Disc Set; Closed captioned; Disc 1: "Genesis"-The creators of the series explain how The Dead Zone came to be. Interviews with Lloyd Segan, Michael and Shawn Pillar and Rob Lieberman.; Disc 2: "Writing"-A featurette that takes you inside meetings with the writing staff as they outline each episode. Interviews with Michael and Shawn Pillar, Director Rob Lieberman, Anthony Michael Hall and David Ogden Stires; Disc 3: "Music And Special Effects"- An in-depth tour of The Dead Zone's amazing visual effects. Interviews with visual effects innovator Sam Nicholas. A featurette that takes you inside the creative process of award-winning composer Roy Hay (founding member of the Culture Club).; Disc 4: A behind the scenes collection featuring never before seen interviews with The Dead Zone's many guest stars including Sean Patrick Flannery and Chris Masterson.

Disc One:
Full Screen
Dolby Digital Stereo - English
Episodes 1, 2, & 3
1. GENESIS - The Stars & Creators Speak
Disc Two:
Full Screen
Dolby Digital Stereo - English
Episodes 4, 5, & 6
Disc Three:
Full Screen
Dolby Digital Stereo - English
Episodes 7, 8, & 9
Disc Four:
Full Screen
Dolby Digital Stereo - English
Episodes 10, 11, 12, & 13

Pre-order here
Thanks to Terry Warrick.

The first (of 6) new episode of The Dead Zone (tentatively scheduled for July 6) is currently entitled The Storm.

The Diary of Ellen Rimbauer will air on ABC on May 12, 9PM(EDT).


Posted: April 14, 2003.

Season 2 of The Dead Zone will be prolonged with six more episodes.

More names have been revealed from the cast list of Salem's Lot and Creepshow will be a new half-hour animated horror series.

Here is what they say:

YTV, Canada’s leading network for children’s programming, has joined forces with Vancouver’s SecondSun Entertainment and Minds Eye Entertainment to produce CREEPSHOW, a new half-hour animated horror series aimed at the 12-17 age demographic. “It will be a suspense thriller series,” commented series producer Chris Delaney, “with all kinds of bizarre characters and unique plot twists and turns to keep the kids on the edge of their seats. It will be scary and fun at the same time.” No word on whether the kid’s show will retain elements from Romero and King’s film of the same name or the classic EC horror comics it was inspired by, but here’s a few plot teasers: a babysitter is attacked by monster children; a robot comes to life and does battle with its owner; a teenage girl home from a mental institution is stalked by a maniac with red, glowing eyes. Spooky! Saunter over to the Rue Mortuary to discuss.

Night Surf

Posted: April 11, 2003.

Some scans from the DVD release of Night Surf has now appeared online. This DVD won't be released to the public though.

Check out an excerpt from The Tale of Gray Dick.

Stephen King and Jerry Williamson will be recipients of the Bram Stoker Award Lifetime Achievement Award(s). You can read more at their site:

Thanks to Bev Vincent and Sunny.

The Dark Tower V

Posted: April 7, 2003.

Simon & Schuster has now released some additional info about The Dark Tower V's different editions.

Children of the Corn 8

Posted: April 4, 2003.

Joe Harris talks about his involved with the lasted movie in the Children of the Corn saga.

Brendan Cowell, Rutger Hauer and Samantha Mathis have joined Rob Lowe in the cast of Salem's Lot.

The Dead Zone and more

Posted: April 3, 2003.

Here are a bit more info about the DVD box set for season 1 of The Dead Zone:

Release date: June 17, 2003
Number of DVDs: 4
- Disc #1:Episodes 1-3
- Disc #2:Episodes 4-6
- Disc #3:Episodes 7-9
- Disc #4:Episodes 10-13

Interviews with Michael and Shawn Piller
Behind-The-Scenes Interviews with cast, crew and creators
In-depth tour of the Dead Zone's visual effects
Special Collector's packaging

Pre-order here

Thanks to Terry Warrick for this.

Check out a new article about Salem's Lot and The Man who loved Flowers is going to become a Dollar Baby.

I also want to make a clarification. The black and white cover for Wolves of the Calla that I put out on my site yesterday isn't the final cover. This is from a promotional item. The color cover for the audio edition is the final version though so please check out that if you want an idea of how the book cover will look like (without the audio related text that is). Also, this is the cover for Simon & Schuster's editions.

The Dark Tower

Posted: April 2, 2003.

Today I'm proud to be able to show you the cover art for the hardback and the cover for the audio edition of Wolves of the Calla as well as the cover for Stephen King's The Dark Tower - A Concordance Vol 1 by Robin Furth.

Read an article about the filming of Salem's Lot in Australia.

The Dead Zone

Posted: April 1, 2003.

I have been taking a look at the first half of the second season of The Dead Zone and my review is now online.

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