There just wasn’t a whole lotta hype behind A&E’s Bag of Bones, their miniseries adapted from a Stephen King novella and directed by king regular Mick Garris. Even I didn’t set my dvr. Ryan Daley turned it off halfway through and picked up a rerun in order to tough through for the following review.
“Let’s be honest, there no way that even the juiciest of gore was ever gonna save an endeavor as silly as ‘Bag of Bones’, an adaptation that was destined to be weak sauce from the very beginning. It’s one of those King movies that’s all bark and no bite. And it never really had any bark to begin with.”
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