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Stephen King’s Mossy Role In Creepshow Gets Wonderfully Gross Adaptation In Art

Stephen King’s Mossy Role In Creepshow Gets Wonderfully Gross Adaptation In Art

Stephen King’s mossy role in Creepshow receives a wonderfully gross adaptation in new art. Marking King’s screenwriting debut back in 1982, the anthology horror film follows five gruesome stories from a child’s comic book involving a deceased father coming back to life, a mysterious meteor, a vengeful husband, a mysterious crate, and an infestation of cockroaches. In addition to writing the horror film directed by George Romero, King also cameos in the second segment “The Lonesome Death of Jordy Verrill” as the titular character.

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