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Stories to Be Included in Mark Pavia’s Stephen King Anthology Film Announced

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Stories to Be Included in Mark Pavia's Stephen King Anthology Film AnnouncedEarlier this year we reported on Mark (The Night Flier) Pavia’s new anthology film based on several Stephen King tales, and now we know which stories are being included as well as what the film will be titled. Read on for the details.

The Fire Wire confirms that the film will be named Stephen King’s The Reaper’s Image after one of the stories (The Reaper’s Image) and along with that tale will include Mile 81, N., and The Monkey. Two were chosen by Pavia with King himself picking the other two. Descriptions of all four follow below:

The Reaper’s Image:
This story was first published in Startling Mystery Stories in 1969 and collected in Skeleton Crew in 1985. The story is about an antique mirror haunted by the visage of the Grim Reaper, who appears to those who gaze into it. This was King’s second professional sale and commercially published story.

Mile 81:
A novella by Stephen King, released exclusively as an e-book on September 1, 2011. With the heart of Stand By Me and the genius horror of Christine, Mile 81 is the chilling story of an insatiable car and a heroic kid whose worlds collide at an abandoned rest stop on the Maine Turnpike.

N.:
The story of a psychiatrist who falls victim to the same deadly obsession as his patient — an obsession that just might save the world! N. was published in King’s collection Just After Sunset in 2008. In March 2010 Marvel Comics published the first issue of a comic book adaptation of N., a four-issue limited series.

The Monkey:
A short story first published in Gallery magazine in 1980 in the form of a small removable booklet. It was significantly revised and published in King’s collection Skeleton Crew in 1985. The story centers on a cymbal-banging monkey toy that is possessed by an evil spirit. Every time the monkey claps its little cymbals together, a nearby living thing dies. The monkey is found in a family’s attic in an old toy chest by two young brothers, unknowing that their father had been tormented by the monkey years ago, when it worked its lethal enchantment on his family and friends.

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Debi Moore

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  • James Coker

    about Time Mark Pavia did something

  • Sirand

    I love a good anthology! Go Mark!