Stephen King's Golden Years (1991) Movie Review

Stephen King's Golden Years (1991)

1991 Horror, Thriller, Sci-Fi, Drama

User Score: 50/100


Explosion in the most secret laboratory of the USA. The old janitor Harlan Williams is incubated by totally unknown chemicals...

Reigning horror master Stephen King (Misery, Pet Semetary, The Shining) creates a chilling vision of scientific progress run amok in this electrifying, original techno-thriller! Starring Keith Szarabajka (Missing, "The Equalizer) and Frances Sternhagen (Misery, Doc Hollywood), Golden Years features make-up and special effects supervised by the legendary effects master Dick Smith (The Exorcist, Amadeus) and a plot that builds to an astonishing ending. When aging janitor Harlan Williams is accidentally exposed to exotic chemicals in a lab explosion, he undergoes an extraordinary change. It’s a process the government will do anything to learn more about - no matter who has to die in the process. Soon, Harlan, his wife Gina and the lab’s beautiful security chief are on a cross-country race to evade a murderously effective federal agent. But even as he stays one step ahead of his ruthless pursuers, Harlan continues his transformation into something the world of science has never see…or imagined!

About Stephen King's Golden Years (1991)

Title: Stephen King's Golden Years
Year: 1991
Starring: Stephen Root, Tim Guinee, Frances Sternhagen, J.R. Horne, John Rothman, Ed Lauter, Harriet Sansom Harris, Keith Szarabajka, Bill Raymond, Felicity Huffman, Erik King, Philip Lenkowsky, Randell Haynes, R.D. Call, Graham Paul, Mert Hatfield, Susan King, Sarah Melici, Caroline Dollar
Director: Michael Gornick, Allen Coulter
Score: 1.5 / 5 stars
Avg. Rating: 2.5/5 stars from 8 users. Votes: 8.
Genre: Horror, Thriller, Sci-Fi, Drama

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