The third installment in the Dark Tower series is a good one.
The Golden Years didn't end up being all that golden.
Sometimes They Come Back and you don't know why.
Are you ready for Misery?
Pennywise and the Losers' Club head to the small screen.
It's time for the Graveyard Shift.
The time is Four Past Midnight.
Tales from the Darkside gives us another anthology film to discuss.
Which of the halves will win?
Run for your life.
The Tommyknockers takes you on quite a ride, for better or worse.
James Gonis joins to discuss his adaptation of The Lawnmower Man.
We aren't sure that this movie served a purpose.
Annie won't let you leave.
Creepshow 2 brings us four more shorts to dive into.
Roland is back for more.
Stephen King goes quasi-medieval.
Welcome to Derry.
Stand By Me is an iconic coming-of-age film that gave us quite a bit to discuss.
Watch out for those trucks.
Bring on the werewolves.
This collection of novels took us on quite the long ride.
Skeleton Crew has a lot of stories, but only some are worth discussing.
The cat leads the way.
He just keeps getting thinner and thinner.
We're tackling the first joint effort from Stephen King and Peter Straub.
Firestarter had some good talent, but it didn't quite hit the mark.
Something is off with these children.
Don't cross Christine.
You don't want to bury your pet there.
Here's how you can kill a werewolf.
The Dead Zone is quite a treat.
Watch out for that dog.
Why does the car need a gender?
It isn't all about horror.
There are plenty of monsters out there.
The man with many names.
It wasn't the dog's fault.
You don't want to make Charlie angry.
Stephen King might not like this movie as much as we do.
Featuring Hutch from Starsky & Hutch.
Johnny Smith is a pretty plain name, but that's okay.