Mark Pavia is scripting an all-new anthology feature film of Stephen King works, something we haven’t really seen since “Creepshow” and “Cat’s Eye” in the 80’s.
Pavia tells Icons of Fright that “Steve chose two of the stories and I chose two – the selection a perfect mixture of classic and contemporary King, a little bit of something for his oldest and newest fans alike. It will be a true representation of his different personas, his varied styles and voices throughout the years. Everything from the horror showman at his pulpiest to his most introverted and introspective character pieces, which can also be his most frightening.”
Pavia previously directed the 1997 adaptation of King’s “The Night Flier” about a journalist that tracks a vampire pilot.