In this episode, Ben and I review Ridley Scott's The Last Duel and Fran Kranz's directorial debut, Mass. We also discuss Halloween Kills, this year's Heartland Film Festival and more. Timestamps Show Start - 00:30 The Last Duel - 15:48 Non-Spoiler - 17:24 Spoiler - 37:48 Mass - 50:39 Potpourri - 1:19:15 HIFF2021: The French Dispatch - 1:19:30 HIFF2021: King Richard - 1:26:40 HIFF2021: The Power of the Dog - 1:30:28 HIFF2021: Petite Maman - 1:35:00 Halloween Kills - 1:39:36 Closing the Ep - 1:41:45 Patreon Stinger - 1:43:14 Pre-Recorded Outro - 1:44:18 Related Links Di$ney: Tarzan II Matt's Review: Dune (2021) Editorial: The Toby Theater and Beyond the Infinite (Kubrick on the Big Screen) - Feb. 2013 Obsessive Viewer: HIFF2021 Coverage HIFF2021: Ben's Column – Interview with “Disfluency” Writer/Director Anna Baumgarten HIFF2021: Ben's Column – Bergman Island (2021) HIFF2021: Ben's Column – Esluna: The Crown of Babylon (2021) HIFF2021: Ben's Column – Mass (2021) Home Sweet Home Alone - Trailer Recent Patreon Content $1 Tier 148 - TJ B-Roll - "Poor Little Laptop Angel: A MacBook Story" - The Continuity of Podcasts, Matt's Podcast Workflow, Pizza's Vet Follow-up, and Midnight Mass - Oct 11, 2021 149 - OV B-Roll - “Reflecting on the Year that Was" - Educating and Creativity in Pandemic Times, Marvel and DC, Cat Talk! - Oct 13, 2021 $2 Tier TV Reaction - Foundation - S01E05: Upon Awakening - Sept 18, 2021 TV Reaction - Storm of the Century (1999) - Night 1 - Oct 17, 2021 TV Reaction - Foundation - S01E06: Death and the Maiden - Sept 18, 2021 $5 Tier Commentary - Halloween H20 (1998) - Oct 9, 2021 Commentary - Halloween (2018) - Oct 8, 2021 Patreon Potpourri 001 - The Last Duel, Dune, and Halloween Kills - Oct 12-15, 2021 Immediate Reaction - Dune (2021) Parking Lot Special - Oct 21, 2021 Help Support the Podcast Official OV Merch: Our TeePublic Store Obsessive Viewer – The homepage for all the things we do. Obsessive Viewer Presents: Anthology – Matt's solo podcast exploring science fiction anthology storytelling in television's first golden age starting with The Twilight Zone. Obsessive Viewer Presents: Tower Junkies – Our spinoff podcast dedicated to Stephen King's magnum opus, The Dark Tower and related topics. Episode Homepage: ObsessiveViewer.com/OV355
We finally made it y'all! We made it back to the Overlook, fought some vampiric steam-sucking cult, and get back with our good ol' pal, Danny Torrence, in Mike Flanagan's Doctor Sleep! Of course, we cover the Director's Cut version of this, so sit back and enjoy the ride as we untie the True Knot in our epic conclusion to Stephen King's Celebration.This is part 1, but part 2 is currently available on our Patreon if you feel the need for more!————————————————————— Are you subscribed to the best horror and thriller streaming platform, Shudder? No? What are you waiting for?! Oh, I know! You're waiting for a 14-day trial, you're in luck!Use promo code: KNIGHTLIGHT at sign up for Shudder!————————————————————— Check out one of your fellow Ghoulish Knight's film, Garrish!From director AJ Gribble, who no one has heard of until now, “Garrish”, a film based on the Stephen King story “Cain Rose Up”. It is Kate's first year of college and she thinks everything is going to be normal and perfect until she decides to go on a sniping rampage from her dorm room window. Find out about what movie has people talking, well… maybe a few people… now available to watch… “Garrish”————————————————————— Want access to this show ad-free as early as Monday and to our post-show? Head over to our Patreon in the links below to see how you can gain access five days before release on podcast services!Want to be a part of the growth of GoodKnight Life? Support us at these links! WEBSITE: www.goodknight.life PATREON: patreon.com/goodknightlife TWITTER: twitter.com/KnightLight_PodPRINCE: twitter.com/theheadknight See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In the forty-second episode of Season 4 (The Horror, The Horror) Kyle is joined by novelist Alex Buda, actor Benjamin McGinley, and multi-instrumentalist Ben Childs for a lively discussion about the labyrinthine questions and lack of answers to Stanley Kubrick's maze of domestic discontent and creative stasis in the loose adaptation of Stephen King's The Shining.
Night twenty-two brings us to the touching love story of a teenager and his car in the John Carpenter directed, Christine!! On its original release, it was known as a box-office bomb with a mixed critical reception, however the years have mostly been kind to this one, with many owners of the rare 1958 Plymouth Fury, lovingly calling their car Christine. Have a listen & find out why this very different film from John Carpenter is worthy of my consideration of an essential Stephen King adaptation!! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/adamanalyzes/support
The Losers moonwalk back to 1996 to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Michael Jackson's spooktacular short film, Ghosts. Together, they discuss what Stephen King and Mick Garris brought to the table, Stan Winston's wizardry, and why this is hardly the finest hour for the King of Pop. Note: This episode was recorded in May 2021 and has since been unlocked from our Patreon's Derry Private Library archives. Join today for over 100 hours of exclusive content! Follow us on Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Patreon | Store See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Welcome to Screen Tea Podcast! This week, Lisha and Jules cover a spooky monster movie that they both remembered being much better than it actually is: 2007's The Mist! Keep the lights off (BECAUSE LIGHTS IN FOG DON'T WORK THE WAY THIS MOVIE SEEMS TO THINK THEY DO) and get ready to giggle at things that aren't supposed to be funny as you listen to Lisha demolish an ending that she once loved while Jules tries really, really hard to find the positives re: terrible special effects. Also, in case you couldn't tell, you get the honor of listening to both of your podcasters wonder why the hell they ever thought this movie was, you know...good. But it's not all bad, and so don't jump the gun (Lisha...no), relax, and get creepy with us! (Also, PS, sorry about the tentacle porn jokes, Mr. Darabont ♥)Find us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/screenteapodcast, hit us up on Twitter @screenteapod, shoot us an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org, and check out our website at www.screenteapodcast.com!Happy listening!Please go check out https://www.watershedvoice.com/, an independent nonprofit news organization based in Three Rivers, Michigan. Watershed Voice, on top of being a new and much needed strong journalistic presence, has also decided to feature Screen Tea Podcast on their digital news site! Support them with a subscription, by sharing their page on social media, and with good old fashioned word of mouth.(Excellent podcast logo commissioned from the talented Mel. Find Mel on Instagram @javadoodler, website www.javadoodleart.com, or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/Javadoodle.Art. Our incredible intro music was composed by Detroit musician Sasha Kashperko!)
Before the thrills turn to chills, we revisited some of the non-horror works based on Stephen King novellas, Stand By Me (1986) and The Shawshank Redemption (1994). Both films are classic in their own rights and still generate a lot of emotion. Lets go on an adventure.Subscribe, rate and review:Apple Podcasts: Our Film FathersSpotify: Our Film FathersGoogle Podcasts: Our Film FathersStitcher: Our Film FathersAmazon Music: Our Film Fathers-----------------------Follow us:Instagram: @ourfilmfathersTwitter: @ourfilmfathersEmail: email@example.com
Somebody call the fire department, because it is getting hot in here! That's right, this week Dan, Anna, and special guest Austin Doughty wrap up Stephen King's IT films with the sexiest installment yet. It's got James McAvoy. It's got Bill Hader. And It's got a gigantic naked elderly woman! What's not to love! Tune in to find out. If you would like to support In Conclusion, you can do so at patreon.com/InConclusion
In this 1984 adaptation of the Stephen King short story, a bunch of kids kill all of the adults in a small farm town in Nebraska. Instead of partying and doing normal kid stuff, these kids get real passionate about corn and the upcoming harvest. We discuss our old school field trips and possible exploitation of the Amish, Jennie thinks all gingers look alike, and Amye passionately tries to clear Stephen King's name.Show Notes:To sign up for our Patreon feed, download the Patreon app or visit www.patreon.com/genxthisiswhyFollow Gen X, This is Why on Facebook: facebook.com/genxthisiswhy/Join our Facebook Group, The Me-Me B's for extra content, giveaways, and some fun Gen X introspection: facebook.com/groups/genxthisiswhy/And find us on Instagram at: @genxthisiswhyYou can find Amye at: @amyearcherwriterYou can find Jennie, but good luck with that.Questions? Comments? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.orgSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/genxthisiswhy)
Hi, Should-Heads! We're back in Castle Rock to discuss Kelly's favorite author, Stephen King.Books Mentioned: Pet Sematary, Bag of Bones, IT, Firestarter, Carrie, Under the Dome, Salem's Lot, The Stand and The Dark Tower series.
Stephen King month concludes with his personal favorite movie adaptation of his work: Stanley Kubrick's The Shining. This time, I'm the one who hasn't seen it- or haven't I? Justin and Ben will seek to determine just how much one person can be deemed to have "seen" a movie without ever actually sitting down to watch it. Most important of all, can a person enjoy a movie even when there are no surprises left? Part 1 - 0:00 to 24:42 Part 2 - 24:55 to 1:49:30 "Shining" recut trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KmkVWuP_sO0 Behind the Scenes footage: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8o-n6vZvqjQ email@example.com @BetterLate_Pod
The great thing about accomplishments… Especially major achievements that get a lot of fanfare and celebration… Is that no one can take them away from you once you get them across the finish line. For more life-transforming strategies and free webinars, visit: https://100DayChallenge.com
Scott Teems wrote Halloween Kills with David Gordon Green and Danny McBride, and upcoming will be The Exorcist, and Stephen King's Firestarter. Scott was a writer and co-executive producer of the popular Netflix series Narcos: Mexico and he wrote, directed, and produced three seasons of the acclaimed, Peabody Award-winning TV drama Rectify. Scott discusses his career challenges, responds to critics with the deeper messages they may have missed in Halloween Kills, what excites him as a storyteller, and why he rarely smiles.Links:• Order Allen's Book, The Sound of Violet• Scott Teems on IMDb• Navigating Hollywood's Marriage Course, Pre-Marriage Course, Alpha Course• Allen Wolf on IMDb, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter• Allen Wolf's website• Allen Wolf's new movieThe transcript for this episode can be found here.Video for this episode can be found here.
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We are halfway through spooky October and maybe you are looking for a good scary book to read. Our guest today, Johann Trotter, can give you some tips. Johann lives in Northern Ireland and works as a scientific researcher. But her hobby gone wild is horror in all its forms. She is a self-professed horror junkie. She is a bit obsessed with Stephen King, but on her instagram page @jobis89, you can find a wide variety of non-Stephen King horror book suggestions and reviews to make any spooky reader happy. She is currently doing a 2 year project to read a horror book set in each of the 50 US States. We do a deep dive into the horror genre this week. You can find Johann Trotter on instagram, @Jobis89. Books mentioned-- 1- Turn of the Screw by Henry James 2- The Haunting of Hill House by Shirley Jackson 3- His Hideous Heart edited by Dahlia Adler 4- "The Tell-Tale Heart" by Edgar Allan Poe 5- "The Oval Portrait" by Edgar Allan Poe 6- Roald Dahl books 7- Goosebumps series 8- Babysitters Club series 9- The Hobbit by JRR Tolkein 10- Lord of the Rings by JRR Tolkein 11- The Exorcist by William Peter Blatty 12- Whisper Man by Alex North 13- Frankenstein by Mary Shelley 14- Dracula by Bram Stoker 15- In Cold Blood by Truman Capote 16- Moon Over Babylon by Michael McDowell 17- The Elementals by Michael McDowell 18- The Haunting of Alma Fielding: A True Story by Kate Summerscale 19- Ghost Story by Peter Straub 20- A Spindle Splintered by Alix E. Harrow Johann's Top Horror Writers 1- Stephen King 2- H. P. Lovecraft 3- Clive Barker 4- Ania Ahlborn 5- David Sodergren 6- Kealan Patrick Burke Websites/ phone app mentioned-- The Storygraph Podcasts mentioned-- 1- Ghost Stories from the London Dungeon 2- Poe Theater on the Air TV/Movies mentioned-- 1- Only Murders in the Building 2- A Nightmare on Elm Street 3- Scream 4- Trick or Treat 5- Halloween 6- Sleepy Hollow 7- Hocus Pocus Music mentioned-- 1- The Evil Eye and the Hideous Heart, composed by Alan Lee Silva Find us www.perksofbeingabooklover.com. FB - The Perks of Being a Book Lover Instagram - @perksofbeingabookloverpod
Katie and Bridget head on down to the sewers as they re-watch the mini series for Stephen King's IT - Part 1! It's a story all about the Loser's Club in Derry, Maine - not to be confused with Derry girls. Come along as we meet the gang which includes Bill, a cute kid but creepy looking adult who's got some interesting catch phrases, Ben, who has the worst arc in the entire movie, Bev, who needs to stop dating scrubs, Eddie, who should probably not allow other kids to take hits of his inhaler, Richie, whos played by SETH GREEN (WE LOVE EM), Stan, whos wife looks like she ate a lemon, and Mike, who magically somehow has everyone's adult phone numbers across the globe even without the help of the internet. They ban together as kids to defeat Pennywise, played by Tim Curry, and decide to come back together to finish the job! Released in 1990, it was based on the novel of the same name by Stephen King.
If you've ever wondered what a contemporary literary response to humanitarian crisis looks like, here's your chance because this week the boys tackle Stephen King's 2019 thriller, The Institute! JOIN THE DISCORD: https://discord.com/invite/A5QpGGUwX CHECK OUT OUR ESSAY: https://rowman.com/ISBN/9781793635792/Violence-in-the-Films-of-Stephen-King
Zena Dixon joins the podcast for a fun discussion about It Chapter 2. We dive into the cast, how things changed from the first movie, balancing the adult storyline with the kids' storyline, and more!It Chapter 2 - Stephen King WikiFollow Zena Dixon on Twitter and Instagram. Check out Zena's YouTube channel. Follow Deanna Chapman on Twitter and Instagram.Follow the podcast on Twitter.Follow the podcast on Instagram.★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Read any good books lately? No? The Mike's haven't either because they're too busy with their next Forgotten Horror film, John Carpenter's In the Mouth of Madness, starring Sam Neill. Join Mike Butler and Mike Field as they discuss this 1994 horror film; part of Carpenter's self proclaimed Apocalypse trilogy. The Mikes will talk about how the concept for this film is its strongest point. A writer creating Hell on Earth when everything he writes comes true. The homages to both Stephen King and HP Lovecraft abound in this film as well, which the Mikes also find as a strong point. Butler is a big fan of the anything goes, monsters from beyond aspect to the film, as well as some abstract, almost David Lynch moments that occur. Though Butler enjoyed the film quite a bit, he agrees with Field that In the Mouth of Madness has story beats that are missing. This could either be from deleted scenes or just inherent to the script which is why before landing on John Carpenter it went through a revolving door of directors. So grab your eyeballs and entrails, please notice the bleeding walls to the left and right of you and prepare your immortal soul for more https://www.forgottenentertainment.com/ (Forgotten Horror).
Grab your cold weather gear, as this is the big one!! With Storm of the Century, director Craig R. Baxley directed an Stephen King written original story about town secrets. Oh yeah King also decided to include the mystery of Roanoke, Va, along with an occasionally heavy morality tale!! Have a listen to see what I thought of this ABC Miniseries event that has a surprisingly high production value!! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/adamanalyzes/support
SKELETON CREW by Stephen King & THE SHINING by Stephen King & CARRIE by Stephen King & SALEM'S LOT by Stephen King. This week on the pod, it's a real Bangor — a Stephen King Spooktacular, with Bailey and Toby diving into four books by Maine's most famous master of spine-chillers! Along the way we learn about Toby's Struggle on the RV trip, tag along with Andrew to a new bookstore, and get a peek at Bailey's future shame. Plus, Andrew provides a spooky service!
We are halfway through spooky October and maybe you are looking for a good scary book to read. Our guest today, Johann Trotter, can give you some tips. Johann lives in Northern Ireland and works as a scientific researcher. But her hobby gone wild is horror in all its forms. She is a self-professed horror junkie. She is a bit obsessed with Stephen King, but on her instagram page @jobis89, you can find a wide variety of non-Stephen King horror book suggestions and reviews to make any spooky reader happy. She is currently doing a 2 year project to read a horror book set in each of the 50 US States. We do a deep dive into the horror genre this week. You can find Johann Trotter on instagram, @Jobis89. Books mentioned-- 1- Turn of the Screw by Henry James 2- The Haunting of Hill House by Shirley Jackson 3- His Hideous Heart edited by Dahlia Adler 4- "The Tell-Tale Heart" by Edgar Allan Poe 5- "The Oval Portrait" by Edgar Allan Poe 6- Roald Dahl books 7- Goosebumps series 8- Babysitters Club series 9- The Hobbit by JRR Tolkein 10 Lord of the Rings by JRR Tolkein 11- The Exorcist by William Peter Blatty 12- Whisper Man by Alex North 13- Frankenstein by Mary Shelley 14- Dracula by Bram Stoker 15- In Cold Blood by Truman Capote 16- Moon Over Babylon by Michael McDowell 17- The Elementals by Michael McDowell 18- The Haunting of Alma Fielding: A True Story by Kate Summerscale 19- Ghost Story by Peter Straub 20- A Spindle Splintered by Alix E. Harrow Johann's Top Horror Writers 1- Stephen King 2- H. P. Lovecraft 3- Clive Barker 4- Ania Ahlborn 5- David Sodergren 6- Kealan Patrick Burke Websites/ phone app mentioned-- The Storygraph Podcasts mentioned-- 1- Ghost Stories from the London Dungeon 2- Poe Theater on the Air TV/Movies mentioned-- 1- Only Murders in the Building 2- A Nightmare on Elm Street 3- Scream 4- Trick or Treat 5- Halloween 6- Sleepy Hollow 7- Hocus Pocus Music mentioned-- 1- The Evil Eye and the Hideous Heart, composed by Alan Lee Silva Follow us on Facebook - The Perks of Being a Book Lover Instagram - @perksof beingabookoverpod For show notes for any episode, go to our website at www.perksofbeingabooklover.com.
Who the let the DOG out? Woof woof woof woof. Haha lol it's week three of Boo Englund 3D and we're talking about the scariest thing on the planet Earth, of course, rabies and adultery. We take another trip round Stephen King country as we look at the compelling story of a dog that got bit by a bat who then goes on a killing spree of property protection proportions. Fully on Cujo's side in this one folks. Look wittle chonky fur baby Cujo! Who cares if sometimes it's a guy in a suit or a chocolate lab in a suit. Bonus: we talk about the dangers of sugary cereal (or mention it. i really can't keep track of what it is we say). Sean auditions for a Colbert Report reboot and Bill turns 51! Ain't life grand! He's going to Aruba so venmo MrSeanSullivan any amount of money so that Bill can pay off his trip!
There was no evidence – none – against James Dailey in the May 1985 murder of 14-year-old Shelly Boggio. Then child rapist and convicted con man Paul Skalnik made a deal with Florida prosecutors that put Dailey on death row, where he's been for 34 years. Also, Rebecca gives the NNW treatment to Stephen King's […]
The last song of the October Scaretacular is a divisive one. This week Tim and Garrett debate if Batdance by Prince is a good song or if it is just riding Michael Keaton's coattails? Also in this prepisode music news of the weird, listener questions and we announce next week's album. In this episode we discuss Stephen King, religions, Southland Tales, Chris O'Donnell, Batman, laserdisc, Canada, Steven Seagal and so much more! Hatepod.com | TW: @AlbumHatePod | IG: @hatePod | hatePodMail@gmail.com Episode Outline: Quick update on goings on at the world headquarters Discuss our history with the song/band Song discussion - lyrics and music Music Video How the song did worldwide Amazon reviews Listener email (just 2) Music news of the weird Announce next week's album
Hey everyone! Mark finally got to show Kelsey The Shawshank Redemption based on the Stephen King novel! We paired that with The Last Duel as our Recent Review. Did Ridley Scott have his own redemption? In the news, we cover Disney's Marvel film schedule change and the avoidance of the first strike in film's 128 years with the IATSE union agreement. For Variety Time, it's all about DC Fandome. Next week, Denis Villeneuve's Dune is our Recent Review, streaming on HBO Max or in theaters on October 22, and David Lynch's Dune (1984) is our Geriatric Cinematic, currently streaming on HBO Max or available to rent on Amazon, AppleTV, YouTube TV, and other VOD services We'd like to thank Your Entertainment Corner for hosting this podcast. Be sure to follow us on Twitter (@TheReelAppeal), Facebook, Instagram, and you can contact the show at TheReelAppeal@gmail.com. Find every episode on all podcast catchers and don't forget to rate our show on iTunes! News - 3:33 The Last Duel - 21:04 Spoilers - 37:31 Variety Time - DC Fandome - 55:36 Geriatric Cinematic - The Shawshank Redemption (1994) - 1:17:22
Tendremos a Mario Vaquerizo con su juego de adivinar personajes. A ver cómo se las apaña para describir a Dani Rovira y a Sofía Suescun para que el concursante lo adivine y se lleve la taza. Viviremos un momento muy emocionante: Manuel de Madrid nos ha encargado que nos colemos en su casa para darle una sorpresa a su mujer, Rebeca. ¿Te daría mal rollo vivir delante de un cementerio? Pues imagínate si tu casa estuviera hecha de lápidas. Y no es la nueva novela de Stephen King, es el caso real de un estadounidense que te contaremos hoy.
In Episode 22 of Book Talk, Etc. Tina and Renee are sharing some of their favorite Stephen King reads. They share something they've been loving lately, their latest reads, shelf additions, and have book talk about what it is that makes Stephen King an author they've loved to read again and again over the years. **We've launched our new Patreon and would love for you to join us! For $5 a month, Patrons get access to exclusive bonus content including Bonus Episodes (Books We DNF'd, Deep Dives), access to our Master Spreadsheet, and invite to our private Book Talkers Facebook Group.*The book titles listed are linked to Amazon Affiliates, where we make a small commission from qualifying purchases (at no cost to you). Thanks for your support!Loving Lately 6:30 The Good News Movement Account on Instagram (also has website) (R) 9:17 Book In the Freezer Instagram (also on TikTok & podcast) (T) Latest Reads13:00 Cackle | Rachel Harrison & The Return (T) 19:27 Once Upon a Broken Heart | Stephanie Garber (R) The Invisible Life of Addie Larue |V.E SchwabThe Selection |Kiera Cass Cinder | Marissa Meyer28:00 Book Talk- *all books listed by Stephen King unless otherwise noted 30:30 Pet Semetary31:34 Salem's Lot Billy Summers 33:24 On Writing35:35 11/22/6344:00 The Green Mile45:58 Misery (T) 50:17 Joyland (R) 55:00 It (T) 1:00:00 Mr Mercedes (R) Finders Keepers End of Watch 1:06:05 The Stand (T) 1:13:30 If It Bleeds (R) Article for mood readers wanting to read Stephen King Shelf Addition 1:21:24 This Might Hurt | Stephanie Wrobel (T) 1:23:38 52 Ways to Walk | Annabel Streets (R) *Check out our Chapter Markers for Images! Connect with us on social media! On Instagram, Tina @Tbretc, Renee @Itsbooktalk, and the podcast is @booktalketcYou can also email us directly at email@example.com. As a reminder, if you'd like to support us our Patreon is here! Your support helps us with the costs of producing the podcast and allows us to continue to bring you great content.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/booktalketc)
Ep. 128 - 1408 is 13 Welcome to the bench! We write on the bench, we snack on the bench and we procrastinate on the bench. Today is our annual episode featuring Drew of the @ReelfeelsPod for another John Cusack favorite, 1408. Bonus, the original story was written by Stephen King! And yes, Tricia shows up with another song. You're welcome. **Don't forget – leave a review on itunes & get a kazoo through October!** #BENCHWRITECLUB DUE 10/22 Write a scary movie in 90 seconds. Same rules, no more than 250 words, email it to firstname.lastname@example.org Follow @AllTheHorror18 to keep up to date with the latest spooky shows! More info here: allthehorror18.wixsite.com/event New website: www.benchpodcasts.com Find us everywhere here!
Before we dive right in, can we get a little group “Awooga, awooga!” going for Handsome Ben Hanscom from IT (1990)? A poetry-writing cutie patootie as a kiddo and John Ritter in a bolo tie as an adult, he's one of the best parts about the TV miniseries (which Sydney insists should count as only ONE movie, to be clear). However, this not-quite-double-feature has a LOT going for it, including Tim Reid as the smartest man in Maine, Tim Curry as a terrifying and tantalizing clown, and Annette O'Toole's Beverly Marsh kissing all of her friends on the mouth. On a new Spooky Tuesday, we're revisiting the childhood classic in honor of Sydneypalooza, a.k.a. Syd's big birthday celebrash. References: https://www.syfy.com/syfywire/chosen-one-of-the-day-grown-up-bills-ponytail-from-ithttps://www.syfy.com/syfywire/chosen-one-of-the-day-the-refrigerated-head-of-richard-masur-from-the-original-stephenhttps://www.ranker.com/list/it-miniseries-behind-the-scenes/orrin-greyhttps://screenrant.com/stephen-king-it-1990-miniseries-first-half-better-why/
Grab your significant other and handcuffs for night nineteen, which brings us to the Mike Flanagan directed Netflix original, Gerald's Game. A movie that treats horror differently than most and also deals with some touchy subject matter. Gerald's Game was also known ad Stephen King's kinky, erotic novel, which if it is anything like the movie, it is neither of those. Have a listen to what I thought of this one & umm...don't forget the handcuffs!! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/adamanalyzes/support
Reggie is back for a horror-specific episode, just in time for the second half of October. We discuss what works for us in horror (and what doesn't) and share a few books that have gotten under our skin.Download or listen via this link: Reading Envy 231: Psychological Terrorism Subscribe to the podcast via this link: FeedburnerOr subscribe via Apple Podcasts by clicking: SubscribeOr listen through TuneIn Or listen on Google Play Or listen via StitcherOr listen through Spotify Or listen through Google Podcasts Books discussed: Infested by Carol GoreSummer Sons by Lee MandeloSing Your Sadness Deep by Laura MauroThe Lighthouse Witches by C.J. CookeThe Good House by Tananarive DueOther mentions:The Missing by Sarah LanganNos4A2 by Joe HillBonkers Romance PodcastCackle by Rachel HarrisonSmart Bitches, Trashy Books PodcastProfessional Book Nerds PodcastBooks in the Freezer PodcastEarth Fathers are Weird by Lyn GalaRewind or Die Series, Unnerving Press (Reggie recommends volumes 2-6, 12-14, 16)The Salt Line by Holly Goddard Jones@SincerelyWinona in LitsyThe Daylight Gate by Jeanette WintersonKindred by Octavia ButlerThe Shining by Stephen KingUnder the Dome by Stephen KingNorth American Lake Monsters by Nathan BallingrudSilence for the Dead by Simone St. JamesHild by Nicola GriffithA Stir of Echoes by Richard MathesonThe Imperfectionists by Tom RachmanHalf Sick of Shadows by Laura SebastianVelvet was the Night by Silvia Moreno-GarciaRelated episodes: Episode 041 - Grotesque Beauty with Nathan BallingrudEpisode 045 - Worlds Collide with Ross O'BrienEpisode 070 - Words Like Weapons with Yanira RamirezEpisode 167 - Book Pendulum with ReggieEpisode 191 - Stealthy yet Sparkly with Gail CarrigerStalk us online:Jenny at GoodreadsJenny on TwitterJenny is @readingenvy on Instagram and Litsy Reggie is @reggie on LitsyAll links to books are through Bookshop.org, where I am an affiliate. I wanted more money to go to the actual publishers and authors. I link to Amazon when a book is not listed with Bookshop.
This is the second part of our Stephen King episode! The master of horror has collected interesting anecdotes and real-life characters since before he was a teenage grave digger, drawing on those experiences for future stories. Hannah and Tyler dive into the stories behind some of King's most famous stories. And of course... Tyler goes off the rails. Hannah read Haunted Heart: The Life and Times of Stephen King, by Lisa Rogak. Thank you to Jake Bassen for our theme song. https://soundcloud.com/jakebassen As well as Cam Clawson, for our Correspondence Remix: https://soundcloud.com/camclawson7 Follow us on Instagram: @lewisandlovecraft @twclawson_pdx @thehannahray Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LewisandLovecraft/ Website: https://lewislovecraft.weebly.com/ Email: email@example.com
Curtis Gwinn (Narcos, Stranger Things) and Jessica McKenna (Star Trek: Lower Decks) join Paul and Jason to discuss the 2003 science fiction horror film adaptation of Stephen King's novel Dreamcatcher. They'll talk about it all, from toilet aliens, Jason Lee's interesting use of the toothpick, and of course, Morgan Freeman's eyebrows. HDTGM Discord: discord.gg/hdtgm Paul's Discord: https://discord.gg/paulscheer Check out Paul and Rob Huebel live on Twitch (https://www.twitch.tv/friendzone) every Thursday 8-10pm EST Subscribe to The Deep Dive with Jessica St. Clair and June Diane Raphael here: https://www.earwolf.com/show/the-deep-dive-with-jessica-st-clair-and-june-diane-rapheal/ Subscribe to Unspooled with Paul Scheer and Amy Nicholson here: http://www.earwolf.com/show/unspooled/ Check out The Jane Club over at www.janeclub.com Check out new HDTGM merch over at https://www.teepublic.com/stores/hdtgm Where to Find Jason, June & Paul: @PaulScheer on Instagram & Twitter @Junediane on IG and @MsJuneDiane on Twitter Jason is Not on Twitter
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Happy Halloween! This year for the 4th Annual NRQ SpooktoberFest Bob and Zipp are watching the films of Stephen King, so get ready for a spooky movie marathon filled with vehicular homicide, bad dialogue, and more cocaine jokes than you can sniff at! “The Maine-iac” and “Insufficient Funds” by The Bass Chef
Corn syrup, red food coloring, and coffee! Join the DBFS as we celebrate the 40th birthday of Producer Matt as well as a horror classic talking Bruce Campbell, Sam Raimi's car, the necronomicon, horror gore in the 80's, the disregard for windows, give some hot takes on the sequels, Ash Williams as the "final girl", the regrettable tree rape scene, a possible female centric reading of the films story and themes, haunted Airbnb's, how it got to the Cannes film festival, Stephen King's involvement, the Coen brother's involvement, the terrible filming conditions, Raimi's scrappy DIY hustle, cult films, and the zooming through the woods. So rent out a theater and have them play this podcast for an in depth The Evil Dead film analysis! (Special Guest: Matt the Producer)
On today's episode of Movie Time!, we review yet another Stephen King adaptation: Misery (1990) directed by Robert Reiner (starring Kathy Bates and James Caan). We discuss Kathy Bates' comedic performance, the town sheriff, the Castle Rock extended universe, and more! At the top of the show, we give spoiler-free mini-reviews of Lamb (dir. By Valdimar Jóhannsson) and The Last Duel (dir. by Ridley Scott). Plus, we run through the latest movie news and share our reactions to Matt Reeves' The Batman (2022) trailer. It's a jam-packed episode--you don't want to miss it! Time Stamps: What Are We Watching: 1:30 Movie News: 14:45 Misery Review: 29:40 Connect with us on social media: twitter.com/movietimepod instagram.com/movietime_pod firstname.lastname@example.org Intro music by Dodo from the Applied Anime podcast. You can find his podcast here: Podcast: anchor.fm/applied-anime Twitter: twitter.com/appliedanime
"All work and no play make three guys ugly!" -3UG:Shining Hey, what does a ghost cow sound like? Mooooo-oooo-oooo Spooky Season is here again and Three Ugly Guys christen a brand new podcast topic series called "Three Ugly Guys Go INTO The Movies". What better way to kick off this series while simultaneously getting into the spooky spirit than to throw ourselves into one of the greatest horror movies of all time: The Shining. Hear us as we tackle the Stephen King classic as we weave throughout the story and answer the most important question: Do we survive? Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/threeuglyguys/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ThreeUglyGuys Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ThreeUglyGuys Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/user/ThreeUglyGuysPodcast *Intro and Outro music created by John Bartmann (entitled "90s Sitcom Joy") and found on "Freemusicarchive.org". Original song edited by us to fit our Intro and Outro needs. License: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/ Website: https://freemusicarchive.org/music/John_Bartmann/Royalty-Free_Soundtrack_Music_Album_Two/90s-sitcom-joy
Success doesn't happen overnight, and it almost never happens with the first idea you have or on your first attempt to create something new. Just about every wildly successful person you can think of went through some failures and often lots of failures. Stephen King had his first book “Carrie” rejected 30 times, Bill Gates failed with a business of traffic data analysis software that hardly worked and Sir James Dyson designed over 5,000 vacuum prototypes before landing on the famous Dyson bagless vacuum design. If you are going to succeed you've got to be tough minded, you have to be willing to fail and you must be able to have people tell you “no” and still keep trying.
Julianne Moore grew up moving around the world with her military dad before making her way to Hollywood as a young actress. Since then she's had an extraordinary career, including five Academy Award nominations and a win for her performance in Still Alice. In this week's “Sunday Sitdown,” Willie Geist gets together with Moore to talk about her shift from movies to television with her role in the Stephen King series Lisey's Story. (Original broadcast date: June 6, 2021)
Top 5: Stephen King Horror Films - Ray Taylor Show Subscribe: InspiredDisorder.com/rts Binge Ad Free: InspiredDisorder.com/Patreon Show topic: Stephen King's status as the master of horror is well-earned. With 88 books and counting to his name, the author's ability to tap into the human psyche and uncover what scares us the most has become uncanny — and Hollywood took notice a long time ago. Not including sequels, more than 40 films based on King's works have been made since 1976's Carrie. In 2019 alone, we got a remake of Pet Sematary, It: Chapter II, and Doctor Sleep (aka the cinematic follow-up to The Shining).Ranked from simply scary to sleep-with-the-lights-on levels of fear, these movies all had theatrical releases (that means Salem's Lot fans are out of luck), and they all showcase exactly why King will always be the true master of horror in the realms of literature and film.Sponsored By:Patreon.com/InspiredDisorder $3 membership.*Binge full week of Ray Taylor Show (audio+Video)*Massive discount code for The Many Faces*Download raw photoshop filesInspiredDisorder.com/tmf The Many Faces - Original abstract ink portraits by Ray Taylor. Code: RTS for 25% OFF. StationHouseCoffee.com and @StationHouseCoffee on Instagram for premium small batch, single source coffee.InspiredDisorder.com/Ting $25 CREDIT! The best carrier. The best coverage.Same low rates, now with three coast-to-coast networks.Daily Podcast: Ray Taylor Show - InspiredDisorder.com/rts Daily Painting: The Many Faces - InspiredDisorder.com/tmf SUPPORT ON PATREON: Patreon.com/InspiredDisorder More links: InspiredDisorder.com/links
Night seventeen Brings us to the graveyard shift...but not that kind of graveyard shift! I'm talking about the the film Graveyard Shift!! A movie featuring a huge cast of rat animal actors & one big bad unspeakable horror located at the bottom of a textile factory. Maybe the horror isn't that unspeakable, since I do talk about it here...Have a listen to night seventeen to see what I thought of this lesser known Stephen King adaptation!! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/adamanalyzes/support
Spooky season celebration continues with a viewing of Stanley Kubrick's horror masterpiece ‘The Shining.' Make-up artist Carley Cooper returns to Missing Frames to discuss her first viewing of this classic. She and Shawn chat about where it ranks in the annals of horror cinema, Stephen King's disdain for the adaptation and the initial negative reaction to the film.HOSTSShawn EastridgeCarley Cooper
Spooky season celebration continues with a viewing of Stanley Kubrick's horror masterpiece ‘The Shining.' Make-up artist Carley Cooper returns to Missing Frames to discuss her first viewing of this classic. She and Shawn chat about where it ranks in the annals of horror cinema, Stephen King's disdain for the adaptation and the initial negative reaction to the film. HOSTS Shawn Eastridge Carley Cooper
Danse Macabre is a recurring feature of The Losers' Club that journeys through all the books that influenced Stephen King. (You know, as he listed in 1981's Danse Macabre. Ahem, hence the name of this series.) In the past, this feature has flipped through the pages of Shirley Jackson's The Haunting of Hill House and William Golding's Lord of the Flies. Today, however, the Losers find themselves in Green Town, Illinois revisiting Ray Bradbury's 1962 dark fantasy novel, Something Wicked This Way Comes. Join Dan Caffrey, Rachel Reeves, Mel Kassel, and Michael Roffman as they praise Bradbury's autumnal prose, lose themselves to bizarre Gene Kelly tangents, connect the dots to King's Dominion, and wrestle with the endurance of imagination.Follow us on Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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