Stephen King’s Silver Bullet (1985) 31 for 31 Review

Directed by Daniel Attias
Starring Corey Haim and Gary Busey

Synopsis: In the small town of Tarker’s Mill, there have been a series of bizarre killings. A young boy named Marty (Haim) knows the truth behind the killings. He just needs to convince his Uncle Red (Busey). 

Review: While The Howling and An American Werewolf in London get all the attention, this one beats them both. The film is near perfection. With one of the most likable casts out there. You have a great score by Jay Chattaway. It’s a shame that this doesn’t get the attention it gets. Easily my favorite Stephen King adaptation. 

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