Opinion Battles Round 12 Favourite Stephen King Adaption

A fitting October Opinion Wars – Stephen King adaptations.

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Best Stephen King Adaptation

With Rob and myself doing the October Kingathon what better choice for the subject of this rounds Opinion Battles, we have such a range of genre to pick from even if I can have a good guess what everyone will be picking.

If you want to take part in the next round we will be picking Best Franchise with 4 or more films, email moviereviews101@yahoo.co.uk by 18th October 2015

Darren – Movie Reviews 101

Stephen King’s IT (1990)it

I have chosen this one because I like the idea of a horror film, I know there are others that could easily be picking like The Shinning, Carrie and I didn’t want t go drama however brilliant Shawshank, Stand By Me and The Stand are. I have pick this one because this is the one film that created a character in Pennywise that will forever haunt…

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23 Responses to Opinion Battles Round 12 Favourite Stephen King Adaption

  1. Jordan Dodd says:

    Interesting choices all round. I have seen most of them but there are still a couple I really need to see. I don’t see Pet Sematary on that list, I really need to watch that one.

    I’d have picked Children of the Corn 😀 😀 So much fun!!

    • emmakwall says:

      Oh Jordan you must join in soon!!!!! I’d love to see your opinion 😀

      Have you heard back from The Lamb yet about your blog being on there? I don’t think anyone EVER got back to me lol!

      And I remember seeing a comment recently (sorry I’m so behind) about you starting your youth work soon?!! That is great!!!! I know I always say it, but I have missed talking to you. I’m just glad things are going well for you 🙂 🙂 🙂

      • Jordan Dodd says:

        Thanks Em 🙂 You are too kind. Yeah I’m gonna finish the subjects I need to while doing volunteer work, then when that is done I FINALLY have work placement. I’m so pumped!!

        I never heard back from the LAMB =/ I emailed them again but didn’t hear back. Has their email addy changed or something? I applied back in March and heard nothing back. I tried to contact them asking about it but heard nothing back. It sucks cos I see the LAMB logo on every blog I come across!! =/

        I must join in with these opinion battles, they are great. My memory though, not so much 😛

        • emmakwall says:

          That’s great news!!!!! About the work placement NOT The Lamb !!

          To be honest (and I don’t care who sees this) I think they’re a bit elitist and make it mega, mega hard to be a member. I put The Lamb button on my page after I tried to ‘become a member’ but really I should remove it (oops!) because I’m not actually a member lol. I just think oh whatever stuff you then!

          It’s funny I did actually remind you once about an Opinion Wars and then in turn, found out I had missed the PSH deadline!!!!! So we’re both pretty forgetful haha. Too much weed in a previous life? What were we talking about again???? 🙂

          But I will remind you if you do want me to 🙂 I’d love you to join in!!!!!

          I’m really pumped for your work placement too, you really will be an EXCELLENT youth worker, kind hearted and funny 🙂 🙂 🙂 what subjects are you doing at the mo?

          • Jordan Dodd says:

            oh just BS subjects that are a part of the whole Youth Work course. because i took my sweet time getting a placement the course has been ‘upgraded’ so there are five subjects I need to do again

  2. Jay says:

    So many good choices but still so many missing!

  3. vinnieh says:

    Stand By Me would probably be my choice, love that movie so much.

  4. Voted for Shawshank though I also like Stand by Me. Found The Mist kinda boring. :/

  5. beetleypete says:

    I voted for The Mist, which I just watched again, last week.(And because YOU reviewed it) Most are pretty good though, but where was ‘Misery’, or ‘Christine’? Having read (almost) all of the books, I thought those two were the best adaptations.
    Best wishes, Pete. x

    • emmakwall says:

      I so almost went with Misery!! I could barely decide so in the end went with my favourite 🙂

      I’m also very surprised no-one said Misery, seems a bit of a cop out doesn’t it! And Carrie, and as you said – Christine.

      Thanks for the vote though Pete! x

      I love The Mist 😀

  6. vinnieh says:

    I enjoyed looking through everyone’s choices. Gotta say I find The Mist to be really underrated.

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