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Stephen King's Castle Rock series gets 23-minute documentary

Earlier this summer I had the killer chance to check out the first four episodes of Hulu and J.J.Abrams' upcoming Stephen King series CASTLE ROCK. Needless to say, I loved the four hours I spent there and cannot wait to catch up on the remaining episodes with the rest of the world. 

But until that happens, today we can all sit back a watch a whopping 23-minute documentary on the series by the powers that be over at Hulu. The video is hosted by former MTV personality Dave Holmes and digs into the actual places and events that inspired Stephen King to write about the fictional Maine town in which several of his stories are set. It also features the cast and crew giving their thoughts.

CASTLE ROCK follows:

As a child, Henry (Andre Holland) was involved in an accident that left his father dead and him the sole suspect, but he has no memory of it and eventually fled when townspeople turned against him. Now a death-row attorney with few connections — his clients, see, usually die — Henry only returned home because a mysterious inmate at Shawshank State Penitentiary (Bill Skarsgård), who was discovered in a cage deep beneath the facility, asked for him. Only him. Yet, Henry has never heard of the inmate — and the inmate, nicknamed “The Kid,” has been in solitary confinement so long that he may be insane.

You can check out the 23-minute CASTLE ROCK documentary below, then let us know what you think! The show co-stars Melanie Lynskey, Jane Levy, Sissy Spacek, Bill Skarsgård, Scott Glenn, and Terry O'Quinn and again is set to premiere its first three episodes on Hulu July 25th.

REVIEW: CASTLE ROCK: THE FIRST FOUR EPISODES

Extra Tidbit: Bring. It. On.
Source: AITH

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