IT rises from dank, dark places. IT preys on children. IT knows exactly what scares you--and IT never goes away. A sinister force lurks menacingly behind the warm visage of Pennywise the Clown (Tim Curry), who awakens every thirty years to terrorize the small New England town of Derry, altering reality to animate victim's greatest fears in Stephen King's chilling IT. Somehow, seven children defeat the evil incarnation. But now, three decades later, the savage menace resurrects. And the seven victors return as adults to again fight a horrifying battle between good and evil--where personal demons may be lethal--in the spine-tingling miniseries Stephen King's IT.
Siblings Monroe (Monroe Mann) and Hilary (Crystal Arnette) have discovered that they have inherited a lake house and to make things even better, the famous horror author Stephen King is rumoured to live somewhere nearby. They decide to take their friends down to the lake house to check things out, only to find immediate resistance from all of the locals, who insist that King doesn't live in the area. Despite being completely unwelcome, they decide to stay and soon find that people are being killed one by one in a manner similar to several deaths in various Stephen King stories.
With his incredible charisma and musical energy, musician Stephen Ridley charges everyone he meets on his way. His fate is a vivid example of the fact that a person is able to create the desired future despite life circumstances. His story will resonate with those who faced the choice: to leave everything as it is or to take a step into the unknown, following the dream.
A collection of horror stories taking the viewer into the dark world of Stephen King, featuring vampires, strange objects and sinister humor. The five 20-minutes tales were all taken from the Tales from the Darkside TV series and strung together as a video feature.
In Stephen Tobolowsky’s Birthday Party film-makers Robert Brinkmann and Andrew Putschoegl follow Stephen on his birthday and document a performance he gives for the cameras and a group of friends, during which he tells stories about his experiences in Hollywood. Instead of his regular role as a supporting actor, Stephen takes the stage in Birthday Party and shows that he has the charisma to hold the audience’s attention without the help of a script.
Stephen Merchant, the Emmy, BAFTA and Golden Globe award winning co-creator of The Office and Extras in his first ever live stand-up comedy tour and it has been well worth the wait. The Guardian says "his performance is priceless...he can do funny just by being there" and The Times states that "the man is hilarious". Stepping into the lime light, Stephen Merchant is in search of a wife, discussing the problems of being 6ft7 in life, but also when it comes to the ladies, watching porn on VHS and re-enacting the first play he ever wrote! This is one not to be missed!
Stephen B's food bit, often copied never duplicated! Standup comedy.
Stephen Foster calls on his fiancé Caroline and her parents, Colonel and Mrs. Colby. Stephen and Caroline each sing his songs. Later, the Colby farm hands sing and dance to Foster's songs.
Tired of his big brother's bullying ways, eight year old Stephen uses his wild imagination and polkadot socks to teach him an electrifying lesson!
Stephen King "dollar baby" double bill consisting of Frank Darabont's 'The Woman in the Room' and Jeff Schiro's 'The Boogeyman' as well as 'Disciples of the Crow' and 'The Boogeyman'. Originally released in two separate pressings together they complete "The Night Shift Collection"
A documentary looking at the life and work of Stephen King.
Stand-up circuit stalwart and panel-show favourite, Stephen K. Amos presents his first DVD, FIND THE FUNNY. Filmed before a live audience, Stephen demonstrates the wit, charm and 'feelgood' humour that have seen him storm the Edinburgh Festival every year since his 2001 debut.
Gadget aficionado Stephen Fry chooses and presents his 100 all-time favourite contraptions, from the tin opener, trouser press and answering machine to the apple peeler, iron and iPod
Stephen Petronio and Yvonne Rainer, two postmodern icons and friends, enjoy a boat ride and lunch and wistfully look back on key moments in their enduring careers.
Stephen K. Amos: The Feelgood Factor is guaranteed to provide you with the feel good factor in this laugh a minute stand-up performance filmed in front of a sell-out audience at the Hammersmith Apollo.
A documentary about the works of novelist Stephen King and his influence on popular culture and his impact on horror film and novels. Includes celebrity guests John Carpenter, Clive Barker and Frank Darabont, plus a section on outrageous horror film promotions. Portions of this 45-minute TV special (released as is on VHS by Front Row Entertainment in 1988) were later used as bookmarking material for the This is Horror releases in 1989-90.
Stephen watches a group of boys playing basketball. The look in his eyes betrays his sexual interests. When the boys realize, he becomes a victim of their homophobia. Or does it only seem so?
Fry discusses his guilty pleasure in Abba, soap operas, darts and hitting people...