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They’re Creeping Up on You! 21,028,755 in the United States. Stan reminds his wife that he had to be hard on Billy because he does not want their son to be reading such “crap”. The Creep from the comic book, beckoning him to come closer.
The first story, “Father’s Day”, is an original story by King written for the film. The sequence begins in 1979 when the remainder of Nathan’s descendants—including Nathan’s granddaughter Sylvia, his great-grandchildren Richard, Cass, and Cass’s husband Hank—get together for their annual dinner on the third Sunday in June. Bedelia, who typically arrives later than the others, stops in the cemetery outside the family house to lay a flower at the grave site and drunkenly reminisce about how she murdered her insufferable, overbearing father. When she accidentally spills her whiskey bottle in front of the headstone, it seems to have a reanimating effect on the mortal remains interred below. Father’s Day cake he never got. Father’s Day cake, topped with Sylvia’s severed head. Nathan’s next act was to “blow out their candles.
As the meteorite is too hot to touch, he douses it with water, causing it to crack open and spew a glowing green substance that comes into contact with his skin. As the weeds start to grow on the house and everything Jordy has touched, Jordy pours himself a bottle of vodka. He falls asleep and wakes up moments later, only to find out that it was not a dream and that he has now grown a beard of weeds. As Jordy starts to take a bath, he is cautioned by the ghost of his father not to take a bath.
But when the itching from the growth on his skin becomes unbearable, Jordy succumbs to temptation and collapses into the bathwater. In despair, he reaches for a shotgun and blows the top of his head off, thus killing himself. A radio weather forecast announces that heavy rains are predicted and the audience is left with the dire expectation that this will accelerate the spread of the extraterrestrial plant growth to surrounding areas. Becky, and her lover, Harry Wentworth, by separately luring them out to his secluded beach property and then, at gunpoint, burying them up to their necks below the high tide line. He explains that they have a chance of survival—if they can hold their breath long enough for the sand to loosen once the seawater covers them, they could break free and escape. He tries to shoot them, but they remind him: “You can’t shoot us dead, Richard, because we’re already dead!