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We discuss Stephen King and disregarded clown films with AVClub.com critics in our new segments "Gateway to Geekery" and "Films That Time Forgot." Plus, Maria Bamford joins us to discuss the upcoming season of her Netflix series Lady Dynamite. [Read More]
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Also new this week: Criterion reissues "Twin Peaks" prequel... [Read More]
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From Stephen King to "The Exorcist," these horror book recommendations will keep you up all night. [Read More]
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Once again, Saturday Night Live proved that it's okay to mock a woman as long as she is conservative. And once again, White House advisor Kellyanne Conway was the target. This time, she was the horrifying clown Pennywise from Stephen King's It. CNN's Anderson Cooper, played by cast member Alex Moffat, discovers a deranged Conway in clown makeup, played by Kate McKinnon, lurking in the sewer and the sketch "Kellywise" was born.  Cooper notices the strange face paint Conway is sporting: "What did you do with your makeup?" [Read More]
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'I had to eat a baby': Deleted scene from Stephen King's horror megahit It depicted Pennywise devouring an infant according to an actor who auditioned for the role... [Read More]
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Welcome to Streamin' King, a series grave-digging through the myriad Stephen King adaptations available on your favorite streaming services. This time... [Read More]
Kellyanne Conway tries to tempt Anderson Cooper to let her on his show in a parody of Stephen King's thriller "It" on"Saturday Night Live." [Read More]
Video trailer for Netflix's original movie '1922,' based on a Stephen King novella. The movie premieres Oct. 20. [Read More]
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A Colorado couple snapped a haunting photo of what appears to be a pair of "ghosts" at the hotel famous for inspiring Stephen King's bestselling novel "The Shining." The photo, which was taken during a "Spirit Tour" at the Stanley Hotel in Estes Park, Colorado on Sept. [Read More]
Kate McKinnon won an Emmy Award in 2016 for her "Saturday Night Live" impersonations of Kellyanne Conway and Hillary Clinton. [Read More]
In one of the scarier moments of "It," Andy Muschietti's smash-hit movie adaptation of the 1986 Stephen King novel, seven kids survey a map of their Maine hometown, searching for …... [Read More]
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What could possibly be scarier than Pennywise, the clown from Stephen King's "It"? Kellywise, the clown version of Kellyanne Conway, according to "SNL." [Read More]
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This weekend the late night sketch series decided to mix some of its political comedy up with a pop culture nod to Stephen King's IT, which is still making the rounds in theaters as the Halloween holiday is coming up. [Read More]
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Stephen King has history's biggest R-rated horror film and several TV projects on deck. [Read More]
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"Saturday Night Live" mixed Stephen King's popular horror story "It" with presidential counselor Kellyanne Conway's penchant for outrageous quotes. [Read More]
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Kate McKinnon plays the presidential advisor as the creepy sewer-dwelling creature from Stephen King's "It." [Read More]
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After taking two weeks to slam alleged sexual predator Harvey Weinstein, NBC's Saturday Night Live poured great detail into a skit that mocked White House adviser Kellyanne Conway as a loon and for her makeup. In a skit resembling the hit movie remake of Stephen King's "IT," comedian Alex Moffat played CNN's Anderson Cooper who was being lured into the sewer by Kate McKinnon, who played Kellyanne Conway. [Read More]
After dipping out of the limelight for a while, Kellyanne Conway seems to be back in full force and ready for action. Hey, kind of like Pennywise! In Saturday Night Live's creepy "Kellywise" sketch, the Counsel to the President channels Stephen King's It, attempting to lure Anderson Cooper into her ... [Read More]
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"Put me on TV, or I'll have to show you your greatest fears..." [Read More]
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"Saturday Night Live" may have found its most uncharitable caricature of someone in President Donald Trump's orbit this weekend, featuring Kellyanne Conway as the scary clown from Stephen King's recently revitalized film, "It." The real butt of the joke, though, is cable news. In the highly cinematic,... [Read More]
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