You Can't Kill Stephen King (2012)
A group of friends visit a lake where horror author Stephen King lives, and start getting killed off one at a time.
http://youtu.be/64XdWcf8zqQBangor native Stephen King spends part of the summer at a home on Kezar Lake. So it's the perfect setting for Monroe Mann's movie.
Mann, who grew up on the lake, is the writer/producer of a movie that draws its inspiration from King's novels.
"It's a story about a lot of people getting killed -- murdered -- in the same way that Stephen King's characters die in his books," Mann explains.
Mann says he ran into King at the local market, and talked to him about the film. "I said 'Hey, did you know there's a movie being made about you here in town?' And he said 'I do.' And I said 'What do you think about that?' And he said 'I'm not too happy but there's not much I can do about it.' ".
Mann says he believes King and his fans will understand that the movie is meant as a tribute to the author's work.
"We named the town in the film Incomia and incomia means 'a sincere tribute to a great person' and that's what we hope this film will ultimately be," Mann says.