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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.

  1. Rick Marchesano

    Director

  2. John Simmons

    Director

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  1. Stephen King

    Stephen King

    Himself

  2. John Carpenter

    John Carpenter

    Himself

  3. Clive Barker

    Clive Barker

    Himself

  4. Frank Darabont

    Frank Darabont

    Himself

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Stephen King's World of Horror

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  • January 1, 1986
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 0h 45m

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