Hollywood loves a good literary adaptation, but few authors are as beloved as Stephen King. Starting with Brian Da Palma’s Carrie in 1976, the master of horror has seen literally dozens of his works translated for film or television by the likes of John Carpenter, George A. Romero, Frank Darabont, and Stanley Kubrick. Now four more of his tales are about to get the silver screen treatment, as Mark Pavia prepares his horror anthology film The Reaper’s Image. Find out more about the stories after the jump.

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