Stephen King’s Salem’s Lot – The Cinema Snob
Over the years, Vampire films have lost a little of their potency. There are so very few of them that manage to be outright terrifying. In order to find them, you have to look a little further back between the 70’s and 90’s. Films such as Near Dark, The Hunger and Cronos are all dark and impact-full films that push the darkside of blood sucking. One of the most scariest Vampire films ever made came form the pen of Stephen King and the directors chair of Tobe Hooper. Telling the tale of a small Maine town invaded by a Vampire plague, the adaption was created as a two part TV movie starring David Soul.
The Cinema Snob is currently doing a run on TV-Movies, and his latest video covers the vamp-tastic horror that had people terrorized of opening windows, Salem’s Lot. Here is Stephen King’s Salem’s Lot – The Cinema Snob. Enjoy…
The Cinema Snob continues on with his mini-series kick, and reviews the classic 1979 TV adaptation of Stephen King’s novel Salem’s Lot!