Comments for: Film focusing on Stephen King to premiere at Lewiston-Auburn Film Festival

Posted Feb. 12, 2012, at 9:34 a.m.
Last modified Feb. 12, 2012, at 10:51 a.m.

AUBURN | A film with a humorous take on Stephen King will premiere in the horror writer’s home state of Maine in April. “You Can’t Kill Stephen King” will be part of this year’s Lewiston-Auburn Film Festival. The film will be shown on April 14 at the Community Little …

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  • Anonymous

    Smile? Impossible. Stephen King has no sense of humor.

    • Anonymous

      But he’s laughing all the way to the bank!

      • Anonymous

        Indeed.

  • Anonymous

    Whats the title of the film ? It should be how to become rich by doing drugs and writing a book while tripping ! LOL Love stephen , atleast he has spent his money on local causes .

  • Anonymous

    Tacky.

  • Bowdoin

    It’s about how I killed a guy who ran over me with his van

  • Wish I still lived in Maine!!!!

  • ohh a group of friends that visits Maine in hopes to meet King..  hahaha   Good one, there is a group that originated in the 90’s and is still around in various formats.  That started out of the Loved of  his writings, books, RBR, respect for his unending talent.   I’m not sure this does Maine, Stephen King justice with all his local support.   As long as it’s tasteful, respectful.  
    And SK will never be gone as long as any human knows of his writings. 
     So ” You Can’t Kill Stephen King is Right On!!!   Bit of a rebel with a Cause, that has touched millions. Wanted to scare many, instead touched hearts, promoted growth, literacy all over the world.

  • I, for one, am excited to see this movie; it looks to be a lot of fun, not unlike ‘Tucker & Dale vs. Evil’.

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