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Stephen King's 'Kingdom Hospital': Miniseries (2004)



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A 13-part supernatural tale set in an eerie Maine hospital that `stands on uneasy ground,' having been built at the site of an 1869 mill fire that killed dozens of child laborers. A bizarre chain of events is set in motion as a badly injured auto-accident victim arrives at the hospital and, in his unconscious state, connects with the ghost of a girl. The horror master's self-described `novelization for television' was adapted from a Danish miniseries written by Lars Von Trier.


Diane Ladd
as Sally Druse
Bruce Davison
as Dr. Stegman
Ed Begley Jr.
as Dr. Jesse James
Jack Coleman
as Peter Rickman
Suki Kaiser
as Natalie Rickman
Meagen Fay
as Brenda Abelson
Del Pentecost
as Bobby Druse
Jamie Harrold
as Elmer Traff
Allison Hossack
as Dr. Christine Draper
Sherry Miller
as Lona Massingale
Janet Wright
as Liz Hinton
William Wise
as Dr. Louis Traff
Lena Georgas
as Carrie Von Trier
Ryan Robbins
as Dave Hooman
Jim Shield
as Rolf Oederson
Bill Meilen
as Dr. Egas Gottreich
Gerard Plunkett
as Richard Schwartzton
Alan Scarfe
as Henry Havens
Beverley Elliott
as Nurse Brick Bannerman
Michael Lerner
as Sheldon Fleischer
Ty Olsson
as Danny
Wayne Newton
as Handlemann
Ronald Selmour
as Firecracker Man
Paul Perri
as Frank Schweigen
Zak Santiago
as Dr. Sonny Gupta
Rebecca Jenkins
as Mrs. Klingerman
William B. Davis
as Bertram Swinton
Michael D. Adamthwaite
as Deputy Carl Anderson
Callum Keith Rennie
as Earl Candleton
Neil Vipond
as Benjamin Bates
Peter Wingfield
as Benton Knight
Claudette Mink
as Celeste Daldry
Christopher Heyerdahl
as Rev. Jimmy Criss
Kathryn Witt
as Kitty Fliescher
Deejay Jackson
as Ragged Reader
Christoher Hyerdahl
as Rev. Jimmy Criss
Klodyne Rodney
as Ragged Reader
Sheila Paterson
as Old Woman
David Quinlan
as ICU Technician
Gary Sekhon
as MRI Technician
John Shaw
as Dr. Harold Kelp
Peter Shinkoda
as Anesthesiologist
Emily Tennant
as Mona Klingerman
Chang Tseng
as Jackie Gleason
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Critic Reviews for Stephen King's 'Kingdom Hospital': Miniseries

All Critics (5) | Top Critics (1)

It is not a scary ghost story; it's more a soapy ghost story, but it is still a lot of fun and well worth your investment in time.

July 7, 2016 | Full Review…

While it may not resonate with the heebie jeebies we've come to expect in our PG-13 horror movie world, or perfectly capture Lars Von Trier's demented design, Kingdom Hospital is great television.

July 7, 2016 | Full Review…

"Kingdom Hospital" is awkward at best and eye-clawing hokum at its worst.

July 7, 2016 | Full Review…

This slow-burning drama is equal parts quirky and spooky and delivers a satisfying pay-off.

July 16, 2018 | Rating: 3/5 | Full Review…

The format seems ideal for King to dress up old obsessions in new clothes...

January 25, 2018 | Full Review…

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