Stephen King's 'Storm of the Century'
Stephen King's 'Storm of the Century' (1999)

This TV miniseries is set in Little Tall Island, a small town off the coast of Maine. The citizens are bracing themselves for a terrible snowstorm when a mysterious stranger named Andre Linoge arrives. Andre is an emissary of Satan, and he… More

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Rated: PG-13
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Release Date: February 14, 1999
DVD Release Date: June 22, 1999
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Critic Score: 75% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
Stefan Birgir Stefansson

a little long but still very good

Rob Vaux
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It sags in the middle under a lengthy running time, but the premise and execution are terrific... and unlike many King adaptations, it really sticks the dismount.

Flixster Audience Score: 77% Flixster User Reviews
Jason Spencer
A pretty good made for tv King flick. It's one of the few that he wrote for the small screen that wasn't based on his books. It has great actors and… More
Steve B.
Craig R. Baxley seems to have taken up the mantle previously held by Mick Garris -- that of lame-ass director for Stephen King TV adaptations.
Nani Vang
Hell yeah! Awesome to watch in the middle of a rain storm. =)
Sylvester Kuo
Stephen King wrote an original play for a miniseries similar to Rose Red but less fun. I like the survival horror setting where everyone dies one by one. Given… More
Dean McKenna
Brilliant Stephen King's long horror-thriller storm film made in television and I like Tim Daly's character who has the greatest courage and fearless… More
Chosen 718
Good horror film, Stephen King is the master.

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