"I'm your number one fan." Turning 30 this week, we reflect on how Rob Reiner's adaptation of Stephen King's Misery remains one of the most disturbing films ever made.
Step aside Shawshank Redemption, we're here to ride the lightning.
The new golden age of Stephen King adaptations, it seems, has something appropriately dark at its core.
This is a horror blockbuster, one designed for the big screen, and one that always places the heart and characters above the scares.