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Author Topic: Salem's Lot (2004)  (Read 642 times)

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Salem's Lot (2004)
« on: April 28, 2018, 05:03:15 AM »
This television adaptation is a pretty fun time, overall. It's lengthy, but decently worth it. Having not seen the 1977 version, I can't really compare the two, but I can say that I had a good time.

What did you think of this King adaptation?

Re: Salem's Lot (2004)
« Reply #1 on: April 28, 2018, 10:41:03 AM »
Never really bothered with this one because:

A) Not a huge fan of vampire movies.
B) Despite having owned the original movie on DVD for the past 15+ years I STILL haven't managed to get through it. Not sure if that's because I can't get into it or if I've just not been in the best mood for that type of movie whenever I have tried to put it on.

Re: Salem's Lot (2004)
« Reply #2 on: April 28, 2018, 11:46:37 AM »
Generally speaking, I'm not a big vampire fan myself (aside from Fright Night, which is one of my favorite 80's flicks, there's not a whole lot of vampire films I love), but having read and enjoyed the original novel, I think that helped boost my interest, along with the fact it stars Rob Lowe, who, while not my favorite West Wing actor, is still a fun (and moderately offbeat) choice for the main character.

Like I said, I've not seen the original yet, and given it's three hours and seven minutes, it's certainly a time commitment, but given that it stars David Soul (Starsky and Hutch fame), I think when I do see it, I'll get a kick out of it.


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