Short of his grocery lists, horror writer Stephen King seems to publish everything he's ever written. His enormous output undoubtedly staggers the imagination of any would-be writer. However, quantity does not equal quality, and STEPHEN KING'S SILVER BULLET, which King adapted himself from
his own novelette, is a dismal and woefully inept werewolf picture. Marty Coslaw (Corey Haim) is a disabled youngster who rides around in a rocket-powered wheelchair dubbed "The Silver Bullet," which, as we all know, is also the only kind of ammunition that can knock off a werewolf. When a crazed
murderer starts a bloody reign of terror in little Marty's hometown, his parents do ...