Displaying episodes 31 - 60 of 115 in total
Dan Pullen joins for a discussion about the 1999 collection Hearts in Atlantis.
Kt Schaefer returns to discuss The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon.
Murjani Rawls joins the podcast to discuss The Rage: Carrie 2.
Tim Mathews returns to the podcast to discuss the 1999 mini-series, Storm of the Century.
Jonathan Watkins returns to chat about Sometimes They Come Back... For More.
Dani Ryan returns to discuss the 1998 adaptation of Apt Pupil.
Kt Schaefer joins the podcast to discuss Bag of Bones.
Becky Kovach returns to discuss the fourth book in the Dark Tower series, Wizard and Glass.
Kt Schaefer returns to discuss Trucks, the second adaptation of the short story by the same name.
Ryan Larson joins to discuss Quicksilver Highway.
Kt Schaefer returns to dive into The Shining miniseries from 1997.
Drew Dietsch returns to discuss the 1997 adaptation of The Night Flier.
Dani Ryan returns for a quick discussion about Thinner.
Stephen King returns to writing as Richard Bachman with The Regulators.
Stephen King takes us to Desperation, Nevada.
Sometimes They Come Back... Again shows that a single Stephen King story can birth multiple movies.
Stephen King's The Green Mile takes magic and prison life to a whole new level.
Children of the Corn III: Urban Harvest takes the story out of small-town USA.
Stephen King has big plans for Rose Madder.
The Langoliers made their on-screen debut in the 1995 miniseries.
Dolores Claiborne gets an adaptation that strays from the book. But that isn't always a bad thing.
Beware the laundry machine.
We're heading to prison as we discuss The Shawshank Redemption.
Stephen King's Insomnia ties into a bigger picture within his works.
The Stand mini-series from 1994 couldn't quite find the right balance.
A new guest joins for a discussion on another short story collection from Stephen King.
It's time for a trip to Castle Rock.
The Tommyknockers came knocking and it didn't end well.
The Dark Half really wants to win, but can't find a way.
They made a Children of the Corn sequel and the apocalypse only got worse from there.