Stephen King's 'Cat's Eye' Reviews

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January 2, 2018
King is popular for the same reason McDonald's is popular -- you always know what to expect.
October 2, 2016
The list of films that genuinely capture the spirit of Stephen King - the darkness, humor, and cleverness that made his books and stories so irresistible - is surprisingly short. But 'Cat's Eye' deserves a place on that list.
October 2, 2016
Rather than serving as distractions, the self-referential shout-outs fit the overall mix of horror and humor.
October 16, 2012
It's the anthology film I wish "Twilight Zone: The Movie" could have been.
March 26, 2009
The three stories just don't connect and efforts to join them never work. However, an excellent roster of talent does try its best.
February 3, 2008
The film seems like a throwback not to old horror comics but to bad syndicated TV horror.
June 24, 2006
The usual caveats about cumulatively unsatisfying portmanteau pictures certainly apply.
May 29, 2006
A terceira histria tambm a pior, o que lamentvel, j que conclui o filme de forma decepcionante depois de duas narrativas interessantes, tensas e divertidas.
October 8, 2005
A horror anthology written by Stephen King with two good segments enveloping a great one.
September 23, 2005
July 23, 2005
January 28, 2005
Fair frights, feline style.
October 23, 2004
Stephen King seems to be working his way through the reference books of human phobias, and Cat's Eye is one of his most effective films.
July 2, 2004
March 29, 2004
Uneven, but mildly diverting at times.
January 29, 2004
October 6, 2003
Decent King adaptations shrouded with a weak framing story.
July 30, 2003
Amusing adaptation of a few Stephen King short stories -- if only smokers were treated in real life as they are in this film!
May 24, 2003
Although there are big problems with the horror compendium concept, this is worth seeing for James Woods alone, and the crafty use of The Police's 'Every Breath You Take.'
May 20, 2003
Even though the mix contains lumps, Cat's Eye is the best screen adaptation of any King work since Brian De Palma's Carrie.
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