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October - Christine

Conjured straight from the depths of a nightmare,

"Christine" emerges, possessed with unforgiving rage. With its sinister aura and maleficent presence, this accursed automobile incarnates the very essence of wickedness—an embodiment of pure rolling evil. Its glossy, blood-red exterior seems to pulsate with an unholy energy, reflecting the twisted demon that resides within. Its headlights, like piercing eyes, cast an eerie glow, illuminating the path of destruction soon to be left in its wake.


Christine's engine roars with a hellish growl—a cacophony that sends shivers down the spines of those unfortunate enough to hear it, echoing the tortured screams of lost souls. Its gears shift with otherworldly precision, propelling the tormented car forward with an insatiable hunger for mayhem. The car's metal body creaks and groans as if alive, evil coursing through its frame.


But the true horror lies in Christine's sentience—its demonic intelligence, which could only have been summoned from the dark cauldrons of Satan’s lair. It possesses an immoral consciousness, a twisted desire to manipulate those who dare to cross its path. Its overpowering grip on the minds of its victims as it in filtrates their thoughts drives them to madness and despair.


No one is safe from Christine's sinister influence. It prowls the night, seeking out its next victim with predatory determination. It preys upon the weak and vulnerable, ensnaring them in its web of darkness. Once in its clutches, there is no escape, for Christine's appetite for devastation knows no bounds.


Beware the haunting presence of Christine, for within its dark heart beats true terror. This Halloween, if you happen to cross paths with a red 1958 Plymouth Fury, be warned: approach the car with caution lest you become entangled in its heinous embrace, forever trapped in the clutches of this fiendish machine. Happy Halloween!

…bob




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Robert Scavilla
Robert Scavilla
Oct 04, 2023

The sound we hear from Christine’s engine isn’t a Plymouth Fury. Filmmakers recorded the engine of a 1970 Mustang 428 Super Cobra Jet and used that instead.

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Robert Scavilla
Robert Scavilla
Oct 03, 2023

Stephen King chose a '58 Plymouth Fury for Christine because it was a "forgotten car." "I didn't want a car that already had a legend attached to it like the '50s Thunderbird."

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