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As the credits rolled, and then stopped for a Marvel-esque teaser, and then continued, I sat on my couch scratching my head. What had just happened in the last fifty minutes on my television. Did I get the satisfaction I needed to close this book? Well before I go on, let me just warn you: SPOILERS AHEAD Okay, now that’s out of the way. Castle Rock is an anthology series, akin to American Horror Story. That...

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Screw the narrative, just dive right in. How. Cool. Was that? I love it when brands/companies make immersive experiences like this. Similar to what Disney did for The Force Awakens VR experience on the Samsung Gear our friends at Hulu threw us a creepy bone and created something similar for their new Stephen King series Castle Rock. I recommend watching this video on full screen, in the dark for the ultimate blood pressure raising experience....

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Hulu became the latest location on Stephen King’s map of places where creepy shit happens tonight as the much anticipated Castle Rock series premiered on the streaming service. I’ve been a Stephen King fan since I was first able to read the words in his 1983 scare fest Pet Sematary. That book still to this day creeps me the hell out (and I can’t wait to see what they do with the upcoming movie –...

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Stephen King fans were treated to an official trailer for Hulu’s original series Castle Rock. Brought to us by the master of horror himself Stephen King and friend J.J. Abrams (11.22.63) this series looks like it will not only play fan service through rich references and easter eggs, but also create it’s own drama/trauma through the lens of our newest residents. Castle Rock has long been a staple town in the Stephen King multiverse, first...

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