A vicious blizzard hits isolated Little Tall Island. On shore, after claiming his first victim, mysterious Andre Linoge awaits capture by the sheriff and makes him an offer: "Give me what I want and ...
The small town of Haven becomes a hot-bed of inventions all run by a strange green power device. The whole town is digging something up in the woods, and only an alcoholic poet can discover... See full summary »
After a deadly plague kills most of the world's population, the remaining survivors split into two groups - one led by a benevolent elder and the other by a maleficent being - to face each other in a final battle between good and evil.
Stephen King's take on the masterpiece series by Lars von Trier. A great disaster threatens a haunted hospital in Lewiston, Maine, built on the site of a Civil War-era mill fire in which many children died.
During the midst of a brutal blizzard, residents of an off-shore village are menaced by a powerful force of darkness in the form of a sinister stranger who begins to exploit the town members darkest secrets in till they give him "what he wants"
The book that Cat reads to the children, "The Little Puppy", was a favorite of Danny Torrance in "The Shining" (another Stephen King story). See more »
When they are trying to bring Linoge in through the back of the store, Alton Hatcher say's he unlocked the door. But when Robbie Beals tries pulling on the door, you can clearly see the lock is still engaged. See more »
[Linoge rings Mrs. Clarendon's doorbell. She comes walking down the hall very slowly]
Oh, hold on. I'm getting there as fast as I can. I broke my hip last summer, and I'm still as slow as cold molassas.
[she opens the door. Linoge stands in the shadow on the porch]
Can I help you?
Born in lust, turn to dust...
I beg your pardon?
Born in sin, come on in...
[grabs her walker, flings it out into the yard, then kills her with his wolf cane]
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Always liked Stephen Kings books and some of his films were great and others not as interesting, with horrible endings which made very little sense. This film in my opinion was fantastic and held my interest right to the very end and his conclusion to the film was even better than I expected. Storm of the Century was very creepy with all the snow covering this small lobster town and then a man with an ugly cane coming to the door of a very old home; and an old lady drinking tea inside hears the door bell and struggles to use a walker to see who is at her door. It is from this point on that the film never stops giving you the creeps and chills up and down your spine. This strange man keeps saying: "Give Me What I Want and I will Go Away" and the guy really means it. Stephen King even makes an appearance on a broken TV Screen, so watch out for his brief showing. Enjoy
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