Stephen King’s Bag Of Bones Headed To Mini-Series Land

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Stephen King’s haunted vacation house novel “Bag Of Bones” will soon land in mini series form from Mick Garris, writer/director of the previous King television films The Shining, The Stand and Desperation. Mick has been working on Bag for some time now with screenwriter Matt Venne. The deal is almost complete, according to the creepy kids at Shock Til You Drop and a channel to tune into will be announced shortly.

“Bag Of Bones” is a pretty good old school ghost story about summer homes, rich locals and nasty pissed off spooks. You’ll want to watch it.

Stephen King's Bag of Bones

Author: endymion

Endy is a slightly mangy and gristly citizen of the Great White North. He loves movies big time. How big? In Canada, back in the old days in the ice city where he lived, there would just be one theatre that would be allowed to show any given movie. Some of these theatres were not the giganto-plex or mall theatres that we know and love today. No no, these were the kind of theatres where you had to wait Outside to see a movie. When a big moving picture would open in these single theatres, beaver pelt sporting fellas like Endy would have to wait outside in line for hours while fighting off the human hankering giant Polar Bear or packs of Endy knawing timber wolves. Endy is a dedicated movie watcher. Otherwise, Endy loves him a good Moose jerky, football teams with manly names like the Steelers or Vikings and the thawing embrace of his fine German woman. All these things are good. But you know what is best.