Not Stanley Kubrick's. A little cheesy. But enjoyable
Unfairly maligned by many, but a sincere, earnest, and far more faithful take on the Stephen King classic
I can't understand why they thought this adaptation was necessary. Maybe faithful to the book, but scary just because of how bad it is.
A decent retelling of the book. But has lost some of the suspense and all the terror in visual format
A slower take on the Stephen King book. That’s more faithful to it.
While it lacks the scares and atmosphere of Kubrick’s is still entertaining enough
Much closer to King's novel. So far away from being any good.
Funny how King didnt enjoyed the WAY better movie. Everything which made the movie stand out is here wasted just to tell the book story.
If only it wasn't hampered by having to be rated for TV, it could've been great. Steven Weber nails the warring conscience of Jack Torrance
Closer to the book, and the right location, but not as scary as the Kubrick.