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Apr. 5, 2013by: Alex Maidy
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The Ten Spot: Best Unfilmed Stephen King Stories

Stephen King is one of America's greatest contemporary storytellers. His pop fiction has influenced countless films and television shows and almost every one of his novels has been adapted for the big and small screen, with varying success. But, did you know there are still countless short stories and novels by the master that have never been adapted? Some of his best works are still out there, ripe for the silver screen. Take a look at the ten best and add your picks in the talk backs below.
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9:51PM on 04/06/2013
11/22/63 would be my personal #1 pick. I'm a grown man and I cried like a baby during the final five pages. It would best be served split into two parts, like Kill Bill, showing first the story about Jake trying to save his friend's family and then the second half focusing on the actual Kennedy assassination. Hopefully it gets a fitting adaptation because very little artistic liberty is needed due to how intricate and precise the story actually was. One of Uncle Stevie's best, in my opinion.
11/22/63 would be my personal #1 pick. I'm a grown man and I cried like a baby during the final five pages. It would best be served split into two parts, like Kill Bill, showing first the story about Jake trying to save his friend's family and then the second half focusing on the actual Kennedy assassination. Hopefully it gets a fitting adaptation because very little artistic liberty is needed due to how intricate and precise the story actually was. One of Uncle Stevie's best, in my opinion.
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3:50PM on 04/05/2013
All would be great movies! But instead we get the made for TV, Under the Dome. Sighnot the best of the bunchbut I guess we'll see.
All would be great movies! But instead we get the made for TV, Under the Dome. Sighnot the best of the bunchbut I guess we'll see.
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11:48AM on 04/05/2013

Glad to see all the love for The Long Walk

I think a proper adaptation of The Running Man could be a really good flick too. Hell, any of the novels from The Bachman books would be great films, but I doubt King would allow Rage to be made into a movie.
I think a proper adaptation of The Running Man could be a really good flick too. Hell, any of the novels from The Bachman books would be great films, but I doubt King would allow Rage to be made into a movie.
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