“Despite treading on what seemed to be typically macabre King terrain, the story itself was pretty low on blood and gore. King seemed far more interested in paying homage to Southern Gothic icons — Faulkner, Williams, and Flannery O’Connor were all mentioned — than delivering his trademark frights.” David Peisner looks at Stephen King and John Mellencamp’s entry into the world of musical theater, Ghost Brothers of Darkland County.

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