Stephen King Presents Kingdom Hospital: The Entire Series (2004) Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
Kingdom Hospital is the first television series written and produced by Stephen King, the legendary master of horror. Kingdom Hospital is not like other hospitals - it is built on the wreckage of two horrific fires. The first fire, during the civil war, burned down the gates falls mill where small children toiled away under nightmarish conditions - nearly all of the long-suffering children were trapped and died in the fire. The second fire destroyed the "old Kingdom," a creepy hospital where an evil doctor performed hideous experiments on patients. The "new Kingdom" is the site of strange, paranormal phenomena, where the unquiet dead still roam.
Synopsis:Stephen King's take on the masterpiece series by Lars von Trier. The story takes place in a hospital in Lewiston, Maine, built on the site of a Civil War-era mill fire in which many children died.
About Stephen King Presents Kingdom Hospital: The Entire Series (2004)
Starring: Ty Olsson, Jodelle Ferland, Bruce Davison, Ron Selmour, Julian Richings, Emily Tennant, Zak Santiago, Andrew McCarthy, Jack Coleman, Jamie Harrold, Gerard Plunkett, Sherry Miller, Bill Meilen, Penelope Corrin, Ed Begley Jr., Diane Ladd, Beverley Elliott, Tygh Runyan, Benjamin Ratner, Janet Wright, Alan Scarfe, Jim Shield, Jennifer Cunningham, Brandon Bauer, Lena Georgas, Allison Hossack, Suki Kaiser, Del Pentecost, Kett Turton, William Wise
Runtime: 608 minutes
Director: Craig R. Baxley