This comes as one of the better adaptations of a King story, bringing along with it some fun, frightening terror, as one man’s memories become a haunted house in a creepy hotel room.
Cell. 2016. Directed by Tod Williams. Screenplay by Adam Alleca & Stephen King, based on King’s novel of the same name. Starring John Cusack, Samuel L. Jackson, Isabelle Fuhrman, Stacey Keach, Joshua Mikel, Alex ter Avest, Griffin Freeman, E. Roger Mitchell, & Wilbur Fitzgerald. The Genre Co./Benaroya Pictures/Cargo Entertainment. Rated R. 98 minutes. Horror/Sci-Fi/Thriller ★★★Continue reading “Cell is an Okay Zombie Flick but King Can Do Better”