Episode 171-1922

Welcome back, everyone! Last night, 1922 dropped on Netflix, and I'm back again to give all my thoughts on King's latest adaptation. 

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Happy Friday 13th, everyone!  This week, I review the big Stephen King news that hit us this week, including the possibility of King writing a new Dark Tower story, Josh Boone writing The Talisman for Amblin Entertainment and share my thoughts on the Castle Rock trailer before (finally) reviewing the camptastic 80's legend, Maximum Overdrive.  Fill up and take this episode out for a ride!

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Welcome back, everyone! This weekend, I settled in to Netflix and Chill with Mike Flanagan's dream project, the adaptation of Gerald's Game! How does he do with the challenging material?  Does he do it justice? Does he improve upon it?  Find out this week in the Stephen Kingcast!

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In honor of Mike Flanagan's adaptation, I am re-releasing my episode where I discussed the book. Stay tuned for my thoughts on the movie later this weekend!

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Like Pennywise after every 27 years, I've returned to Derry!  I've gone out to the theater (a regular one this time) to see the movie in a less distracting setting and am able to give my final thoughts ont he 2017 mega-blockbuster.  Also, I discuss the upcoming Netflix adaptations of Gerald's Game and 1922 before finishing off with a slew of listener e-mails regarding It.

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Like Pennywise after every 27 years, I'm back! I've gone out to the theater (a regular one this time) to see the movie in a less distracting setting and am able to give my final thoughts on the 2017 mega-blockbuster.  Also, I discuss the upcoming Netflix adaptations of Gerald's Game and 1922 and finish off with a slew of listener e-mails regarding It

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Welcome back, everyone!  At long last, I present my thoughts on the latest adaptation of King's 1986 masterpiece, the mega-blockbuster, It!  This will be the first of a two part review, with the second part coming later in the week.  Thank you for being patient, everyone.  I hope you enjoy!

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Welcome back, everyone!  Here's the final part of my 3 part review of King's 1986 masterpiece.  Make sure you tune in this weekend for my review of the upcoming film!  Have a great weekend, everyone!  And watch out for those sewer grates!

(Note: This is a re-release.  The episode first aired in 2015.)

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Welcome back, everyone!  Here is my re-release of the second part of my 3 part It review.  Make sure that you stick around for Part Three, and DEFINITELY make sure you tune in to my review of the upcoming cinematic adaption!

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To celebrate the upcoming release of It, I'm re-releasing my reviews of King's masterpiece.  Enjoy!

From the original episode description:

In 1986, the master of horror released the novel worthy of his title.  This novel reflected many of the themes, characters, and story beats that he had introduced in his earlier novels and stands as his ultimate thesis of the horror genre.  More importantly, it is the pinnacle of coming of age stories, a tale that places childhood friends at the center of a cosmic conflict, and only through the power of friendship can we overcome our fears.  If that doesn't speak to Mr. King's sensibilities, I don't know what does. 

Oh, and it has a scary clown! 
Ladies and gentlemen, I hope that you packed your bags, because we will be spending the next month in Derry, Maine, home of Pennywise The Dancing Clown.  Enjoy your stay, and keep away from the drains, the canal and the Barrens.  You'll never know what you might find there.  Or what might find you. . .
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