Creepshow Script

Script by:Stephen King (Screenplay)
Directed by:George A. Romero

Plot:Inspired by the E.C. comics of the 1950s, George A. Romero and Stephen King bring five tales of terror to the screen.

Christine Script

Script by:Stephen King (Novel), Bill Phillips (Screenplay)
Directed by:John Carpenter

Plot:Geeky student Arnie Cunningham falls for Christine, a rusty 1958 Plymouth Fury, and becomes obsessed with restoring the classic automobile to her former glory. As the car changes, so does Arnie, whose newfound confidence turns to arrogance behind the wheel of his exotic beauty. Arnie's girlfriend Leigh and best friend Dennis reach out to him, only to be met by a Fury like no other.

Children of the Corn Script

Script by:Stephen King (Novel), George Goldsmith (Screenplay)
Directed by:Fritz Kiersch

Plot:A boy preacher named Isaac goes to a town in Nebraska called Gatlin and gets all the children to murder every adult in town.

Cat’s Eye Script

Script by:Stephen King (Screenplay)
Directed by:Lewis Teague

Plot:Three short stories by shock-meister Stephen King are linked by a stray cat that roams from one tale to the next in this creepy triptych that begins as Dick (James Woods) tries to quit smoking by any means necessary. Next, we meet Johnny, an adulterous man who's forced by his lover's husband onto a building's hazardous ledge. Finally, Amanda is threatened by an evil gnome who throws suspicion on the family cat.

Carrie Script

Script by:Lawrence D. Cohen (Screenplay), Stephen King (Novel)
Directed by:Brian De Palma

Plot:Carrie White, a shy and troubled teenage girl who is tormented by her high school peers and her fanatically religious mother, begins to use her powers of telekinesis to exact revenge upon them.

Apt Pupil Script

Script by:Brandon Boyce (Screenplay), Stephen King (Screenplay)
Directed by:Bryan Singer

Plot:One day in 1984, Todd Bowden, a brilliant high school boy fascinated by the history of Nazism, stumbles across an old man whose appearance resembles that of Kurt Dussander, a wanted Nazi war criminal. A month later, Todd decides to knock on his door.

1408 Script

Script by:Matt Greenberg (Screenplay), Scott Alexander (Screenplay), Larry Karaszewski (Screenplay), Stephen King (Original Story)
Directed by:Mikael Håfström

Plot:A man who specializes in debunking paranormal occurrences checks into the fabled room 1408 in the Dolphin Hotel. Soon after settling in, he confronts genuine terror.