Not the best Stephen King adaptation, but certainly not the worst. Flashback to 1996: our main character is male and white. I think the character pokes fun at the privileged who were literally able to get away with murder. Also, despite his culpability, the main character blames everything on his wife. “It’s her fault”. However, it’s not 1996 anymore, so it's recognizably offensive over 20 years later. It’s not the worst horror film I’ve seen, but far from the best.
Joe Mantegna shines, though, as always. I happened to notice he had a short on Funny or Die called "Hannah Mantegna", so I watched it. It's kind of funny, but not currently added to Letterboxd.
-A man asks some dogs if they want strychnine.
–A dead chicken is shown stuffed in someone's mouth.