Principal photography commenced on Dolan’s Cadillac in Regina, Saskatchewan on May 26th and finished in Las Vegas in mid-July. Shooting took place in Regina and Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan and Las Vegas, Nevada.
Currently, Dolan’s is in post-production in Regina, Saskatchewan and Toronto. Nice summary here.
Anyone familiar with the Stephen King novella, Dolan’s Cadillac (from Mr King’s Nightmares And Dreamscapes collection), knows that the story belongs on the silver screen.
We are lucky to have Christian Slater, Wes Bentley, and Emmanuelle Vaugier playing the major roles. Jeff Beesley is a hot new Canadian director, working with Gerald Packer as director of photography. Screenplay by Richard Dooling, adapting Stephen King’s story.
Produced by Film Bridge International and Mind’s Eye Entertainment.
Stephen King’s Kingdom Hospital
Richard Dooling served as producer, writer, and medical consultant for Stephen King’s Kingdom Hospital.
Columbia Tristar Home Entertainment has released Stephen King’s Kingdom Hospital on DVD. Order your copy of Stephen King’s Kingdom Hospital from Amazon.
Read a review and good summary of the episodes at DVD Talk.
For information on the UK release and other breaking news on Kingdom Hospital DVD releases, please visit the Kingdom Hospital page of Lilja’s Library – The World Of Stephen King.
For more information visit Stephen King’s Official Website:
For a primer on Mrs. Druse and Stephen King’s Kingdom Hospital read The Journals of Eleanor Druse: My Investigation of the Kingdom Hospital Incident, by Eleanor Druse. Now available from Amazon.
Consult the Internet Movie Database for more details on Stephen King’s Kingdom Hospital.
Critical Care, The Movie
Sidney Lumet (Network, Dog Day Afternoon, The Verdict) and producer/writer Steven Schartz adapted Richard Dooling’s first novel, Critical Care, into a darkly funny (funnily dark?) medical satire starring James Spader, Kyra Sedgwick, Albert Brooks, Helen Mirren, and Anne Bancroft. If you blinked you missed it in the theaters, but it’s widely available on DVD.
A.O. Scott’s review of Critical Care from the New York Times.
Consult the Internet Movie Database for more details on Critical Care, The Movie