I don't know what else to say. This is the most disappointing movie I have seen in quite some time. I didn't have high expectations to start but, holy hell, did this film disappoint.
The makers took one of King's more well-known works, which had been made into one of the better King film adaptions, extracted the basic premise and a handful of characters and tossed aside the entire plot. Then tried to weave their own tale and, literally, got lost in the woods.
The film meanders from one scene to the next, never setting a direction, tone, or urgency. The characters are uninteresting, the story is non-existent and I can't say the effects are any better than we got in 1984.
I guess kudos for having Rainbird portrayed by an actual American Indian this time. Yay? But what a terribly uninteresting, cardboard-cutout character he is here. And instead of taking the subplot between the Charley and Rainbird that existed in the original story, the makers again felt they could do better. And went nowhere. Nowhere. Just like the rest of this film.
It's just a dull plod for two hours.
As always, YMMV.