Category Archives: Big Screen

New film adaptation of Stephen King’s “It” reveals its redesigned Pennywise

Photo courtesy Warner Bros./Entertainment Weekly

Entertainment Weekly revealed on Tuesday morning the redesigned costume for Pennywise, the horrible inter-dimensional clown monster at the center of “It.” While most King fans are accustomed to Tim Curry’s creepy clown from the 1990 miniseries, director Andy Muschietti is taking a slightly different approach for the 2017 Pennywise, to be played by Bill Skarsgard. So… […]

First part of Stephen King miniseries “11.22.63” to be screened at Bangor Mall Cinemas

James Franco and Sarah Gadon in "11.22.63." (Alex Dukay/Hulu)

Zone Radio 100.3 WKIT, 103.1/ 98.3 FM WZLO and AM 620 The Pulse WZON, in partnership with Bangor Mall Cinemas is proud to present the first two episodes of Stephen King’s Hulu miniseries “11.22.63,” to be shown at the Bangor cinemas on Presidents Day, Monday, Feb. 15 starting at 8 p.m.   Tickets to the […]

NESCOM students adapt J.K. Rowling story into short film


New England School of Communications video instructor Frank Welch secured the rights from Warner Brothers. Timothy Reid, a graduating senior at NESCOM, produced. And a whole host of students helped make the movie, with director and NESCOM senior, Brandon Doyen. Now, after nearly a year of hard work, NESCOM’s adaptation of J.K. Rowling’s short story, […]

“Beneath the Harvest Sky” to see 2014 national release; Gaudet and Pullapilly named directors to watch


“Beneath the Harvest Sky,” the follow-up feature to Aron Gaudet and Gita Pullapilly’s documentary about the Maine Troop Greeters, “The Way We Get By,” has been picked up for national distribution by Tribeca Films. Gaudet and Pullapilly were also named last week to Variety Magazine’s “10 Directors To Watch List.” “Beneath the Harvest Sky” was […]