While Stephen King is a legend of literary horror, his attempt at directing a feature film, 1986's Maximum Overdrive, wasn't met with much acclaim.
Tommy Jarvis is usually considered Jason Voorhees' nemesis, but the Friday the 13th films repeatedly teased him following in Jason's footsteps.
Marvel Studios is touting Doctor Strange 2 as the MCU's first horror film, and the director's prior horror efforts could tease what we're in for.
Doctor Sleep features a particularly violent and shocking scene involving the death of a child, but it's essential to the film's plot working.
Producing nine films to date, the A Nightmare on Elm Street franchise plays host to many future stars, including Johnny Depp and Patricia Arquette.
Some of the characters and plot points change, but the basic story of Stephen King's novel Carrie has been adapted a whopping four different times.
Doctor Sleep serves as a sequel to the events of The Shining movie, not the book, but it does give Stephen King's version of Room 237 a shout out.
As if A Nightmare on Elm Street villain Freddy Krueger wasn't bad enough, a rare deleted scene reveals the true extent of his horrific crimes.
IT's Losers' Club was recast with adults for sequel IT Chapter Two, but oddly enough, one character is played by the same actor in both timelines.
While the 2013 Evil Dead movie is usually considered a remake, evidence suggests it actually exists in the same universe as the original film.
In 1997, Stephen King wrote and produced a TV miniseries remake of The Shining, and it's not nearly as bad as its terrible reputation suggests.
Stephen King has famously criticized The Shining adaptation, but now he says Doctor Sleep redeems Stanley Kubrick's film in his eyes.