TV review: ‘Castle Rock’ is a gut-punching, brain-bending treat

‘Join us, Henry ... we all float down here. Darn, sorry, I don’t know why I said that.’

Castle Rock, the setting for some of Stephen King’s most memorable chillers, is at the centre of many creepy goings-on again – and aren’t we Constant Readers/Frequent Viewers just thrilled to bits?

This time, however, the supernatural strings are being pulled by different creative minds.

7.5 10


It’s Castle Rock, not Casterly. But you pay your debts all the same.

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