With more than 50 novels published at the time of this writing, and more no doubt on the way, Stephen King has been widely regarded by his peers and contemporaries as one of the greatest novelists to put pen to paper. Though known primarily for his work in horror, King’s works span a catalogue of award winning novels and short stories spread across numerous genres. It’s no wonder many of his stories have served as the basis for small and big screen adaptations. As is the case with so many page-to-screen adaptations, studios have had varying degrees of success in translating the author’s work. Despite a spotty record, Hollywood can’t seem to get enough of King’s works.
Under the Dome is one of King’s more recent novels. A mammoth of a book at over 1,000 pages in length, the novel harkens back to themes found in many of the author’s earlier works. Due to its length, the decision was made to …Read the entire review
Source: DVD Talk