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When it comes to Stephen King adaptations, 2 directors come to mind,
Frank Darabont and Mick Garris. As of this point, Darabont has directed 5 Stephen King stories and Garris 7.
Now one can argue that the films that Frank Darabont directed are better written stories by King, than the films, made for TV and Mini-series ones directed by Mick Garris, and budget also plays a part.
But there is no denying that when it comes to Stephen King adaptations, the output by these two directors are worlds apart.
Quicksilver Highway is another run-of-the-mill Stephen King and Clive Barker adapted story that is easily forgotten about.
What is with Christopher Lloyd's character anyway?
He looks like Fairuza Balk in The Craft.
Quicksilver Highway is for Stephen King and Clive Barker enthusiasts only, but even still...
This is Mick Garris' worst Stephen King adaptation to date.