How many of these 22 movies have you seen recommended by Stephen King?

Blair Witch Project ⭐️⭐️

Stephen King has long been a fan of the cinematic experience, even writing a book about movies (Danse Macabre). Give it a read someday.

Anyway, recently he’s mentioned in various interviews different movies he’s enjoyed and recommended. The bolded titles are ones that I’ve seen. He’s got some unexpected titles in there that are worth checking out.

The Autopsy of Jane Doe – André Øvredal, 2016
The Blair Witch Project – Daniel Myrick and Eduardo Sánchez, 1999
The Changeling – Peter Medak, 1980
Crimson Peak – Guillermo del Toro, 2015
Dawn of the Dead – Zack Snyder, 2004
Deep Blue Sea – Renny Harlin, 1999
The Descent – Neil Marshall, 2005
Duel – Steven Spielberg, 1971
Les Diaboliques – Henri-Georges Clouzot, 1955
Final Destination – James Wong, 2000
Event Horizon – Paul W.S. Anderson, 1997
The Hitcher – Robert Harmon, 1986 and Dave Meyers, 2007
The Last House on the Left – Dennis Iliadis, 2009
The Mist – Frank Darabont, 2007
Night of the Demon – Jacques Tourneur, 1957
The Ruins – Carter Smith, 2008
Sorcerer – William Friedkin, 1977
Stepfather – Joseph Ruben, 1986
Stir of Echoes – David Koepp 1999
The Strangers – Bryan Bertino, 2008
Village of the Damned – Wolf Rilla, 1960
The Witch – Robert Eggers, 2015

Stephen King Reveals His 22 Favorite Movies Of All Time

I’ve watched 10 of 22 movies Stephen King has recommended. How many have you seen?

3 thoughts on “How many of these 22 movies have you seen recommended by Stephen King?

  1. I’ve seen Blair Witch Project (4/10, the Scooby Doo parody was better), The Changeling (7/10), Crimson Peak (6/10) Dawn of the Dead (5/10, prefer original), Duel (9/10, one of Spielberg’s great hidden classics), Final Destination (5.5/10, stupid, gory fun), Event Horizon (6/10), The Hitcher 1986 (6.5/10), The Last House on the Left (haven’t seen it in a while, so no rating), Night of the Demon (7.5/10), Sorcerer (7.5/10, a forgotten gem), Stepfather (same with LHotL) Village of the Damned (8/10, definite recommend for horror fans) and The Witch (6/10, highly stylized and creepy, but never got into it).

    This has gotten me in the mood for Christine (my favorite of the King film adaptations). Many say Misery or The Shining, and yeah I enjoy them, but something about Christine has always connected with me. One of my absolute favorite films with Fargo, Empire Strikes Back, True Romance and Dark Star.

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