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BLASTERMIND Stephen King Picture Quiz

With a movie adaption of Stephen King's IT being announced we thought it was about time that we had a Blastermind devoted to King himself. With an abudancy of adaptions to choose from as well as Stephen King lending his writing skills to many a project, you have to wonder why we never thought of doing it before.

The question is, can you identify King's work when it’s been translated to screen? As usual there are some tricky ones here and some easier ones. With too many adaptions to count, we're sure to catch you out...

Usual request: please don’t put answers in the comments section below (though feel free to use it to boast/bemoan how well/badly you’re doing) but the folks on this thread are quite happy for you to post and discuss answers if you follow the golden rule of only posting answers in invisible text (if you don’t know how ask somebody there – they’re very friendly).

This week’s quiz compiled by Danielle Nevin

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St orm Of The Century

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Sometimes They Come Back

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Golden Years

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Pet Sematary

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The Mist

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Kingdom Hospital

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Ghosts

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Firestarter

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Dreamcatcher

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Desperation

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C hildren Of The Corn

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Carrie (TV movie)

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Bag Of Bones

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“Chinga” (his X-Files episode)

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Red Rose

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