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A weekly retrospective analysis of the works of Stephen King in the chronological order of publication.

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Episode 172-Sleeping Beauties
<p>Welcome back, everyone!  I’m sorry about the unexpected hiatus, but I’m back to review King and King’s collaboration, the timely <em>Sleeping Beauties</em>.  Enjoy!</p>
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Episode 171-1922
<p>Welcome back, everyone! Last night, 1922 dropped on Netflix, and I’m back again to give all my thoughts on King’s latest adaptation. </p>
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Episode 170-Castle Rock and Maximum Overdrive
<p>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!</p>
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Episode 169-Mike Flanagan’s Gerald’s Game (2017)
<p>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!</p>
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Gerald’s Game (Re-Release)
<p>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!</p>
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Episode 168-It Review Part Two, Gerald’s Game and 1922
<p>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 <em>Gerald’s Game</em> and <em>1922</em> before finishing off with a slew of listener e-mails regarding <em>It</em>.</p>
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Episode 168-It Review Part Two, Gerald’s Game and 1922
<p>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 <em>Gerald’s Game</em> and <em>1922</em> and finish off with a slew of listener e-mails regarding <em>It</em>. </p>
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Episode 167-It (2017)
<p>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!</p>
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It-Part Three (Re-Release)
<p>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!</p> <p>(Note: This is a re-release.  The episode first aired in 2015.)</p>
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It-Part Two (Re-Release)
<p>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!</p>
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It-Part One (Re-Release)
<p>To celebrate the upcoming release of <em>It</em>, I’m re-releasing my reviews of King’s masterpiece.  Enjoy!</p> <p>From the original episode description:</p> <p><em>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.  </em></p> <div><em>Oh, and it has a scary clown!  </em></div> <div> <div><em>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 [...]</em></div></div>
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Episode 166-Cat’s Eye Review, Castle Rock and IT updates
<p>Welcome back, everyone!  In this episode, I discuss some Castle Rock casting, some early buzz around the upcoming IT adaptation and review 1984’s <em>Cat’s Eye</em>!  Enjoy!</p>
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Episode 165-Mr. Mercedes, Episode 1-2
<p>I have long been on record as a critic of King’s Mr. Mercedes trilogy.  So when I heard that David E. Kelly was making a television based on this property, I was less than interested.  Now that I’ve watched two episodes of this series, how do I feel about Bill, Brady, Jerome and the gang?  Tune in and find out!</p>
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Episode 164-Interview With Matt Kellick (Ka-Tet 19)
<p>Hello, everyone!  In this week’s episode, I take a break from analysis to have a conversation with Matt Kellick, the owner of <a href="http://www.ka-tet19.net">http://www.ka-tet19.net</a>.  During the hour long conversation, we talk about art, creativity and how he merged his passion for t-shirts and Stephen King into a business. I’ve plugged his stuff on the show for the last few months, and it was a great experience to talk to him about his art, his background and what he has in store for us next!</p> <p>WARNING: During the course of the conversation, Matt and I spoil the events of Stephen King novels, including the plot points of The Dark Tower series. </p> <p> </p>
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Episode 163-The Dark Tower (Movie)
<p>After all these years.  After all these centuries. . .The Dark Tower (movie).  I have a feeling that my review of The Dark Tower will be more memorable than the film itself. </p> <p>If you want the coolest Dark Tower t-shirts, then head on over to <a href="http://www.ka-tet19.net">http://www.ka-tet19.net</a>!</p>
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Episode 162-Interview with Josh Brucker, Writer/Director of One For the Road
<p>Welcome back, everyone!  In this very special episode of the Stephen King Cast, I had the opportunity to speak with Josh Brucker, the writer/director of the upcoming adaptation of Stephen King’s short story, “One For the Road.”  To help support this movie, head over to:</p> <p><a href="https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/one-for-the-road-starring-lance-henriksen-horror#/">https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/one-for-the-road-starring-lance-henriksen-horror#/</a></p> <p>We cover everything from Critters to Night Flier!  So sit back and enjoy!</p>
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Episode 161-The Mangler
<p><span style="font-size:10pt;">Welcome back, everyone! In this week, I continue my examination on the adaptations from Stephen King’s Night Shift with a review of The Mangler.  In this episode, I discuss how you can help take part in making a Stephen King film, One For The Road, by heading over to: </span></p> <p><span style="font-size:10pt;"><a href="https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/one-for-the-road-starring-lance-henriksen-horror/#/">https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/one-for-the-road-starring-lance-henriksen-horror/#/</a></span></p> <p><span style="font-size:10pt;">I also encourage you all to get your Stephen King schwag from: </span></p> <p><span style="font-size:10pt;"><a href="https://www.ka-tet19.net/">https://www.ka-tet19.net/</a></span></p> <p> </p> <p> </p>
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Episode 160-Graveyard Shift
<p>Welcome back, everyone!  In this episode, I discuss the latest Dark Tower Trailer, Castle Rock news, and plug the upcoming One For the Road (onefortheroad2018.com).  Also, don’t forget to get all your Stephen King related t-shirts at <a href="http://www.ka-tet19.net">http://www.ka-tet19.net</a>.  Oh yeah, I also squeeze in a review of Graveyard Shift.  Stay tuned for next week, when I take a whack at The Mangler.  Thanks for tuning in, everyone!  If you liked this (or any) episode of the Stephen King Cast, make sure you head on over to iTunes to leave a review. </p>
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Episode 159-Night Shift, Part Two
<p>Welcome back, everyone!  In this week’s episode, I kick off a dive back into King’s first collection of short stories, Night Shift.  I examine the stories I didn’t cover in my original review, answer listener e-mail, discuss some King movie news (www.onefortheroad2018.com) and peddle some dope t-shirts (http://www.ka-tet19.net)!</p>
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Episode 158-Night Shift (Re-Release)
<p>In preparation for my return to Stephen King’s short story collections, I’m re-releasing my original review of the stories collected within Night Shift.  Stay tuned for my next episode in which I review the stories I didn’t get around to the first time.</p>
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Episode 157-The Mist (Episodes 1-3)
<p>In this episode, I review episodes 1-3 of Spike TV’s The Mist.  </p>
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Episode 156-Gwendy’s Button Box
<p>Ladies and Gentlemen, I am pleased to announce that at long last, I am BACK to podcasting on a weekly basis.  And to kick off the Stephen Kingcast 2.0, I present my review of King and Chizmar’s collaboration, a return to your favorite small town (with an appearance from your favorite Walkin’ Dude!): Gwendy’s Button Box.</p>
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Episode 155-The Dark Tower Trailer
<p>At long last, I have finally reached my personal Dark Tower. . .The Dark Tower trailer. </p>
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Episode 154-It Trailer
<p>Wow.  I didn’t know I was going to be as excited as I currently am about the upcoming It adaptation.  This week was an incredible week to be a fan of Stephen King.  On Tuesday, we were treated to a poster and a tease for a record-smashing trailer that ultimately debuted on Wednesday.  Between the incredible poster and the trailer, my expectations for this movie are now very high.  In this week’s episode, I review this past week and break down WHY this trailer is as effective as it is. </p>
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Episode 153-Dark Tower Poster (And the State of the Stephen Kingcast
<p>Hello, everyone!  In this episode, I review the official first poster of The Dark Tower, discuss the passing of Bernie Wrightson and provide an update on the future of the Stephen Kingcast.  This was a spur of the moment recording (because I didn’t expect the poster to arrive) so I apologize for the lack of microphone and song intro/outro.</p>
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Episode 152-Storm of the Century (Re-Release)
<p>In honor of all of the New Englanders snowed in by Nor’easter Stella, I’m re-releasing my review of The Storm of the Century! </p>
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Episode 151-Castle Rock
<p>Last night, Constant Readers were surprised with an unannounced teaser revealing a collaboration between Stephen King and JJ Abrams about Maine’s most famous fictional small town, Castle Rock.  In this episode, I break down what was given to us and examine what it might mean for the show itself. </p>
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Episode 150-Stand By the Tower (Re-Released)
<p>In this week’s episode, I do a deep dive analysis exploring the relationship between The Stand and the Dark Tower.  Enjoy!</p>
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Episode 149-The Stand, Part Three (Re-Released)
<p>Welcome back, everyone.  Due to the political turmoil in the country, I am re-releasing my reviews of The Stand.  Here is the third part of my analysis of Stephen King’s analysis. </p>
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Episode 148-The Stand, Part Two (Re-Released)
<p>Welcome back, everyone.  In this week’s episode, due to the current state of our country, I have re-released the second part to my analysis of The Stand. </p>
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Episode 147-The Stand, Part One (Re-Release)
<p>Welcome back, everyone.  Based on recent current events, I thought it was pertinent to re-release my examination of King’s The Stand.  When I watch millions of women and men gather together to protest intolerance and bigotry, when your neighbors leave their homes to protect your rights while others threaten to take those rights away, I can’t help but think of Mother Abigail’s message to her people.  Remember, at the end of the world, God did not ask His people to go to war with Randall Flagg.  He merely asked His people to stand against him.  I’m re-releasing my reviews of Stephen King’s classic in honor of everyone who is out there making their stand. </p> <p>And for the record, despite what I say in this episode, I do NOT believe that Fran’s baby is the Crimson King! <img src="http://www.podbean.com/smilies/icon_smile.gif" alt=":)" class="wp-smiley" /></p>
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Episode 146-The Night Flier (Re-Release With New Introduction)
<p>Welcome back everyone.  Due to the passing of Miguel Ferrer, who played Stephen King characters Lloyd Henried and Richard Dees, I am re-releasing my episode of 1997’s The Night Flier, an unappreciated movie that everyone should go out and watch tonight in honor of the late, beloved character actor.  I have recorded an all-new introduction in which I say good-bye to an actor who will always be remembered by me as the one, the only, Special Agent Albert Rosenfield, whose life philosphy was beautifully stated in a memorable scene in Twin Peaks:</p> <p>“While I will admit to a certain cynicism, the fact is that I am a naysayer and hatchetman in the fight against violence. I pride myself in taking a punch and I’ll gladly take another because I choose to live my life in the company of Gandhi and King. My concerns are global. I reject absolutely revenge, aggression, and retaliation. The foundation of such a method… is love.”</p> <p>Rest in peace, Miguel Fer [...]</p>
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Episode 145-Sleepwalkers
<p>Hey, guys! I’m back with a review of 1992’s gloriously atrocious masterpiece: Mick Garris’ Sleepwalkers!</p>
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Episode 144-The Fireman
<p>In this episode, I review The Fireman by Joe Hill. Enjoy!</p>
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Episode 143-Cell Movie
<p> Happy Holidays, everyone! I wasn’t going to let 2016 end without recording at least one more episode.  I had been hoping it would be a review of the Dark Tower trailer, but because Sony hasn’t released it (as promised) I decided to get my review of Cell out of the way.</p>
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Episode 142-Bad Moon Rising
<p>Happy Halloween, everyone!  Join me for my review of Jonathan Maberry’s final installment of his Pine Deep Trilogy: <em>Bad Moon Rising</em>.  </p>
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Episode 141-Dead Man’s Song
<p>Welcome back to the Stephen Kingcast!  This week, I continue my look at Jonathan Maberry’s Halloweentastic Pine Deep Trilogy, with the second of the three books, <em>Dead Man’s Song.</em>  How does it compare to <em>Ghost Road Blues</em>?  Find out this week in the Stephen Kingcast! </p>
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Episode 140-Ghost Road Blues
<p>Happy October, everyone! At long last, I present to you the first part of my review of Jonathan Maberry’s phenomenal Halloweeny Pine Deep Trilogy, beginning with <em>Ghost Road Blues.  </em>Do you love vampires, werewolves, ghosts, the blues, small towns, serial killers, buddy cops, romance, chosen children, evil henchmen, mobsters, Halloween, spooky tourist attractions, small town politics, crime fiction, karate, samurai swords, zombies, ancient evil, long dormant secrets and dark pasts?  Well, you’ll love Jonathan Maberry’s Pine Deep trilogy.  Stephen King has never written the definitive love letter to Halloween, but now he doesn’t have to, because Maberry beat him to the punch.  Trust me, if you love King’s style and you love Halloween, you will love these three books.  I review the first one here, on the Stephen Kingcast.  </p>
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Episode 139-Stranger Things Chapter 8 Review
<p>In this episode, I conclude my review of Netflix’s <em>Stranger Things</em>! </p>
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Episode 138-Stranger Things Chapter Seven Review
<p>Thanks for being patient, everyone!  I’m back this week with a review of the final two episodes of <em>Stranger Things</em>, beginning here with Chapter Seven.  </p>
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Episode 137-Stranger Things Chapter Six Review
<p>Welcome back!  I’m up to Chapter Six of the Stranger Things review.  Hope you enjoy! </p>
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Episode 136-Stranger Things Chapter Five Review
<p>Welcome back to the Stephen King Cast.  This week I take a look at Chapter Five of Stranger Things.   </p>
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Episode 135-Stranger Things Chapter Four Review
<p>I’m making up for the delay last week by publishing my review of Stranger Things Chapter Four a little earlier than usual.  Enjoy!  And make sure you subscribe to The Stephen King Podcast in order to hear our very special crossover special episode.   </p>
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Episode 134-Stranger Things Chapter Three
<p>Check out my review of Netflix’s Stranger Things, Chapter 3!  I think you’ll enjoy it.  And if you’re not listening to The Stephen King Podcast (with hosts Lou and Hans) you definitely should check that one out!  </p>
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Episode 133-Stranger Things Chapter Two Review
<p>Welcome back to my review of Stranger Things Chapter Two! </p>
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Episode 132-Stranger Things Chapter One Review
<p><span style="font-style:normal;">In this week’s episode, I begin an episode by episode breakdown of Netflix’s smash hit, </span><em>Stranger Things</em>.  Today, I examine Chapter One: The Vanishing of Will Byers.  Enjoy!  </p>
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Episode 131-Stranger Things
<p>What kind of Stephen King fan would I be if I didn’t touch upon the Stephen King-inspired Stranger Things??? </p>
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Episode 130-Dark Tower and IT Movie News
<p>Hello, everyone!  This week, I take a look at all the recent news surrounding both the Dark Tower and It adaptations!  One thing is for sure: it’s a great time to be a Stephen King fan! </p>
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Episode 129-Dark Tower News and Sometimes They Come Back Review
<p>In this week’s episode, I discuss the latest Dark Tower New York on-set photos as well as review 1991’s Stephen King’s Sometimes They Come Back.   </p>
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Episode 128-End of Watch
<p>Welcome back, everyone!  As you know, earlier this month, Stephen King concluded his Mercedes Killer trilogy with End of Watch.  As promised, I’m here to review his latest, as well as talk about some Dark Tower movie news.  Come along for the ride! </p>
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Episode 127-Announcement
<p>In this week’s episode, I read some listener e-mails, iTunes reviews, discuss some recent Dark Tower news, 11.22.63 Easter Eggs, and share a list of 8 Stephen King characters who deserve their own story. But make sure you stick around until the end for the announcement.  </p><div>Thanks, everyone!  </div>
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Episode 126-Top Dark Tower Moments
<p>Let’s head back to Mid-World and determine the top moments from the Dark Tower saga! </p>
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Episode 125-Dark Tower News and 11.22.63 Episode 8 Review
<p>This week, I discuss some revelations regarding the possible Dark Tower shooting script, implore us to be better than the Big Jim Rennies of the world and review the final episode of Hulu’s adaptation of 11.22.63. If nothing else, the show gave us the might of James Fanco’s facial hair.   </p>
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Episode 124-11.22.63 Episode 7 Review
<p>In this week’s episode, I review the penultimate installment of the 11.22.63 adaptation.  </p>
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Episode 123-11.22.63 Episode 6 Review
<p>Welcome back for the latest review of 11.22.63!  </p>
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Episode 122-Top 10 Moments
<p>In this week’s episode, I look at the top ten moments from Stephen King’s body of work! </p>
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Episode 121-Top 10 Villains
<p>In this week’s episode, I take a look at King’s top villains! </p><div></div> <div></div>
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Episode 120-11.22.63 Episode 5 Review
<p>In this week’s episode, I continue to examine Hulu’s 11.22.63 adaptation </p>
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Episode 119-11.22.63 Episode 4 and Dark Tower Movie News
<p>Hello, everyone!  In this week’s episode of the Stephen Kingcast, I continue to look at Hulu’s 11.22.63 as well as discuss the latest Dark Tower movie news.   </p>
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Episode 118-Dark Tower Movie News and 11.22.63 Episode 3 Review
<p>Sorry for the wait, everybody! But I think it’s worth it!  Not only do I review episode 3 of 11.22.63, but I also go into detail discussing the recent Dark Tower movie news.   </p>
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Episode 117-Top 10 Heroes
<p>In this week’s episode, I list Stephen King’s top 10 heroes!  </p>
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Episode 116-11.22.63 Episode 2
<p>Welcome to Derry, Maine!  I don’t care if they’re calling it Holden, Kentucky in the show, true SK fans know that the creators of this show did a phenomenal job at recreating King’s most dangerous city.  So hop in your Plymouth Fury and take a cruise by the Barrens for the fun second episode of King’s adaptation of 11/22/63.  </p>
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Episode 115-11.22.63 Episode 1
<p>In this week’s episode, I examine the first episode of Hulu’s adaptation of 11/22/63.   </p>
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Episode 114-Top 10 Short Stories
<p>In this week’s episode, I list Stephen King’s top 10 short stories! </p>
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Episode 113-Top 10 Most Painful Moments
<p>In this week’s episode, I look at the top 10 most painful moments from the works of Stephen King! </p>
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Episode 112-Top 10 Movie Moments
<p>In this week’s episode, I look at the top 10 Movie Moments from Stephen King’s adaptations! </p>
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Episode 111-Top 10 Movies
<p>In this week’s episode, I examine the 10 best Stephen King adaptations! </p>
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Episode 110-Top 10 Mentors and Supporting Characters
<p>In this week’s episode of the Stephen Kingcast, I present my list of top 10 Stephen King mentors and/or supporting characters!  </p>
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Episode 109-Creepshow 2
<p>Are we really surprised there wasn’t a third one?   </p>
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Episode 108-Creepshow
<p><span style="font-style:normal;">At long last, I finally get around to reviewing the much beloved </span><em>Creepshow</em>!  </p>
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Episode 107-20th Century Ghosts
<p>Move over, Stephen King!  This week I take a look at Joe Hill’s incredible collection of thought provoking, heart-breaking, bone-chilling, gut-wrenching short stories, the legendary 20th Century Ghosts!   </p>
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Episode 106-Bazaar of Bad Dreams
<p><span style="font-style:normal;">Welcome to the </span><em>Bazaar of Bad Dreams</em>, Stephen King’s latest collection of short stories.  How does this collection compare to his previous ones? Find out here at the Stephen King Cast! </p>
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Episode 105-Finders Keepers
<p>How does King’s follow up to Mr. Mercedes hold up? Find out this week int he Stephen Kingcast! </p>
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Episode 104-Mr. Mercedes
<p>The question we should be asking ourselves with Mr. Mercedes is, “Is King playing a metatextual game with us when presenting the character of Brady or did he unknowingly create the most derivative villain of all time?”  Find out this week in the Stephen Kingcast! </p>
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Episode 103-Doctor Sleep
<p><span style="font-style:normal;">With </span><em>Doctor Sleep</em>, King returns to the world he immortalized in the pages of<em> The Shining</em>.  Dipping back to popular wells is always a tricky decision to make.  The question we should be asking is, “Was it the right one?” Find out this week in the Stephen Kingcast! </p>
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Episode 102-Joyland
<p>In 2013, Stephen King released a wonderful little book about the first steps into adulthood, heartbreak, love, friendship and carnies set against the backdrop of a coastal amusement park.  Here, King is able to speak about a time period (early twenties) that he hasn’t really tackled before with mesmerizing honesty and clarity.   </p>
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Episode 101-The Wind Through the Keyhole
<p>I don’t think any of us expected a return to Mid-World, but I’m not complaining!  Though the journey might be over, All-World is a large and mysterious, and I want to spend more time there.  And that’s exactly what we get with this episode!   </p>
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Episode One Hundred-11/22/63
<p>Get your tissues ready for this one, guys.  11/22/63 was a major surprise to anyone thinking they were going to get a novel JUST about time travel and changing the course of history.  I don’t think any of us expected the romance that King gave us.  Find out all my thoughts on the Stephen Kingcast!  </p>
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Episode Ninety Nine-A Good Marriage
<p>Yikes. </p>
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Episode Ninety Eight-Full Dark, No Stars
<p><span style="font-style:normal;">In this week’s episode, I look at King’s deliciously dark collection of novellas, Full Dark, No Stars.  How does it fare to his previous works?  Find out this week in the </span><em>Stephen Kingcast</em>! </p>
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Episode Ninety Seven-Under the Dome
<p><span style="font-style:normal;">In this week’s review, I examine what very well be one of King’s greatest of all time, </span><em>Under the Dome</em>.  Not to be confused with the CBS series, the novel is a masterful examination of small towns and politics on both the global and municipal scale. Find out all my thoughts this week in the Stephen Kingcast! </p>
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Episode Ninety Six-Just After Sunset
<p>In this week of The Stephen Kingcast, I take a look at King’s short story collection, Just After Sunset, which might include his greatest short story of all time: N.  Find out this week in the Stephen Kingcast! </p>
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Episode Ninety Five-Duma Key
<p><span style="font-style:normal;">Last week, I examined a novel that King claims is his best, a claim that I strongly disagree with.  However, it does serve as half of an effective one-two punch that is followed by </span><em>Duma Key</em>.  What does Stephen King have to say about fatherhood, fathers and daughters, second chances and artistry?  Find out this week in the Stephen Kingcast! </p>
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Episode Ninety Four-Lisey’s Story
<p><span style="font-style:normal;">With </span><em>Lisey’s Story</em>, King published what he calls his best novel.  That’s a bold statement to make.  While one can certainly see why it would be his most personal, does <em>Lisey’s Story</em> really hold up to the mantle of being his best?  Find out this week in the Stephen Kingcast! </p>
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Bonus Episode-Race To The Tower
<p>In this special bonus episode, I examine the possible casting of Idris Elba as Roland, The Gunslinger!   </p>
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Episode Ninety Three-Cell
<p>With Cell, critics claimed this was Stephen King’s return to horror.  What we have certainly sounds like classic King: an every day object/concept spun into a nightmarish tale.  However, released in the midst of the early 2000s zombie wave that began with 28 Days Later, Dawn of the Dead, Shaun of the Dead, does Cell really have that much to say?  Find out this week in the Stephen Kingcast! </p>
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Episode Ninety Two-The Dark Tower, Part Two
<p>With this episode, our journey to the Dark Tower concludes.  </p>
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Episode Ninety One-The Dark Tower, Part One
<p>Welcome back, ladies and gentlemen!  In this week’s episode, the first of a two part review, I analyze the strengths and weaknesses of King’s swan song of Mid-World and his decades long story of the Gunslinger’s quest to reach the fabled Dark Tower.   </p>
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Episode Ninety-Song of Susannah
<p>This week’s episode continues my examination of the last leg of the journey to the Dark Tower with Song of Susannah.  How does it compare to the other Dark Tower books? Find out this week in the Stephen Kingcast! </p>
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Episode Eighty Nine-Wolves of the Calla
<p>In this week’s episode, I begin the final stretch of our journey to the Dark Tower.  With the publication of the Wolves of the Calla, King began an unprecedented back-to-back-to-back book release that completed the long running series.  The first Dark Tower novel since his car crash, Wolves of the Calla stands as a dividing line that marks the different eras of the Dark Tower series.  How does it hold up?  Is it worthy of the previous entries?  Are you ready, everyone?  The end begins now.   </p>
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Episode Eighty Eight-1408
<p><span style="font-style:normal;">Hello, everyone and welcome back to this week’s episode of the Stephen Kingcast.  This week, I review the John Cusak, Samuel L Jackson thriller, </span><em>1408</em>.   </p>
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Episode Eighty Seven-The Little Sisters of Eluria
<p><span style="font-style:normal;">Hello, everyone and welcome to the Stephen Kingcast.  In this week’s review, I take a look a the two Dark Tower related entries in his short story collection, </span><em>Everything’s Eventual</em>: “The Little Sisters of Eluria” and “Everything’s Eventual.”  Please be warned that Dark Tower spoilers are ON for this review.  </p>
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Episode Eighty Six-Everything’s Eventual
<p>This week I take a look at Stephen King’s short story collection of the early 2000s, Everything’s Eventual.  How does it fare compared to his other short story collections?  Find out this week in the Stephen Kingcast! </p>
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Episode Eighty Five-From A Buick 8
<p><span style="font-style:normal;">In this week’s episode, I examine Stephen King’s OTHER evil car story, </span><em>From A Buick 8</em>.  What does this story tell us about loss and moving on?  Find out this week in the Stephen Kingcast!  </p>
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Bonus Episode-Black House, Dark Tower
<p><span style="font-style:normal;">In this week’s bonus episode, I examine the relationship between </span><em>Black House</em> and the Dark Tower series.  What does this novel tell us about the Crimson King?  The Breakers?  End-World?  Do the pieces presented to us in this novel fit into the final Dark Tower novels?  Find out this week!  </p>
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Episode Eighty Four-Black House
<p><span style="font-style:normal;">Right here and now we flip back into the Territories to check back in with the boy hero from </span><em>The Talisman</em><span style="font-style:normal;">, now all grown up and destined once more to use his abilities to save a life, this time the life of a young child who has his own abilities, ones that will be used to destroy not just the Territories, but the entire universe.  Today, ladies and gentlemen, we revisit </span><em>Black House</em><span style="font-style:normal;">, the novel that is not only the sequel to the much beloved </span><em>The Talisman</em>, but also an extraordinary entry in the Dark Tower saga.   </p>
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Episode Eighty Three-Dreamcatcher (Movie)
<p><span style="font-style:normal;">Damian Lewis. Jason Lee.  Timothy Olyphant. Tom Jane.  Donnie Wahlberg.  Tom Sizemore. Morgan Freaking Freeman. Written by William Goldman.  Directed by the writer of The Empire Strikes Back, Lawrence Kasdan.  This might be the most amount of talent ever included in a Stephen King movie.  So. . .what went wrong? Find out this week in the </span><em>Stephen Kingcast</em>! </p>
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Episode Eighty Two-Dreamcatcher
<p><span style="font-style:normal;">Childhood friends.  An extraterrestrial threat.  Derry, Maine.  There’s no reason why this shouldn’t have been anything other than awesome.  In a story that comprised psychics v. aliens, four friends go camping only to become embroiled in an intergalactic battle between invading aliens and an out of control army colonel.  What went wrong?  Find out this week in the </span><em>Stephen Kingcast!</em> </p>
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Episode Eighty One-Hearts in Atlantis (The Movie)
<p><span style="font-style:normal;">Anthony Hopkins makes his Stephen King debut in the adaptation of “Low Men in Yellow Coats”, his introductory entry in the </span><em>Hearts In Atlantis</em> collection.  The novella tackled abandonment, rape, the end of childhood, young love, corruption of the innocent, determination of the human spirit, and the strength to continue fighting the system.  Can the movie successfully convey these themes?  Find out this week in the <em>Stephen Kingcast!</em> </p>
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Bonus Episode-Low Men in Yellow Coats
<p><span style="font-style:normal;">In this week’s bonus episode, I take time getting to know the Can-Toi, introduced to us in the pages of </span><em>Hearts in Atlantis</em> as the Low Men as well as RF’s role in the influence of a generation. </p>
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Episode Eighty-Hearts in Atlantis
<p><span style="font-style:normal;">Stephen King’s latest novella collection details the rise and fall of an entire generation. Unlike his previous collections, the stories within </span><em>Hearts In Atlantis</em> serve as interconnected vignettes that spotlight various moments in the life of the baby boomer generation.  Does he succeed?  And how does it fit into the Dark Tower?  Find out this week in the <em>Stephen Kingcast</em>! </p>
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Episode Seventy Nine-The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon
<p><span style="font-style:normal;">In this week’s episode, I take a look at the little book that could about the little girl that could, </span><em>The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon</em>. In a few hundred pages, King crafts a harrowing tale of nine year old girl who demonstrates more bravery than any character in any of his works.   </p>
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Episode Seventy Eight-Storm of the Century
<p><span style="font-style:normal;">Grab a cup of tea and settle in for my review of Stephen King’s 1999 television mini series event in which Little Tall Island is buried under a snowfall and the endless quips of his latest villain, Andre Linoge.  Ladies and Gentlemen, it’s time for </span><em>Storm of the Century!</em> </p>
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Episode Seventy Seven-Bag of Bones
<p>King steps away from the larger than life concepts that he’d been exploring in the mid nineties to dive into an introspective look at love, loss and legacy.  It’s his turn at the Gothic ghost story, a haunting love story: Bag of Bones.  </p>
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Bonus Episode-Witches and Wizardry
<p>Stick around for Dark Tower goodness! </p>
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Episode Seventy Six-Wizard and Glass, Part Two
<p>Please note this is the second part of a two part review.  </p>
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Episode Seventy Five-Wizard and Glass, Part One
<p><span style="font-style:normal;">Somewhere over the rainbow. . .is Stephen King’s fourth entry of his Dark Tower series, </span><em>The Wizard and Glass</em>.  Signaling the pinnacle of a creative height of Stephen King’s career, <em>Wizard and Glass </em>serves as a highlight to the Dark Tower saga. Detailing the most formative point of Roland Deschain’s life, we learn how the boy became the man we know him to be.  Is this novel as great as many DT fans think it is?  Find out this week in this two part review of <em>Wizard and Glass</em>! </p>
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Episode Seventy Four-Desperation
<p><font face="Arial, Verdana" size="2">Tak! In September of 1996, Stephen King published two novels on the same day.  One was published under the pen name Richard Bachman I’m a wolf and the other, under his own publishing name, is the terrifying novel about faith v. despair in a small desert town: </font><i style="font-family:Arial, Verdana;font-size:10pt;font-variant:normal;font-weight:normal;line-height:normal;">Desperation</i><font face="Arial, Verdana" size="2">.  How does it fare?  Find out here at the Stephen Kingcast! Mi him en tow!</font> </p>
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Episode Seventy Three-The Regulators
<p><span style="font-style:normal;">This week, I examine Stephen King’s most underrated novel, </span><em>The Regulators</em>.  Published on the same day as <em>Desperation</em>, this entry, under the pen name Richard Bachman, is one of King’s most out-there and high concept novels.  Perfectly skewering suburban life as well as offering up commentary on living with a difficult child, <em>The Regulators</em> is an action sci-fi with satirical horror elements that combine to make this novel  an incredibly imaginative journey.    </p>
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Episode Seventy Two-Frank Darabont’s The Green Mile
<p>This week I take another stroll down The Green Mile, examining Frank Darabont’s cinematic adaptation of Stephen King’s classic.  How does this compare with Darabont’s other Stephen King prison movie, The Shawshank Redemption?  Find out this week in the Stephen Kingcast! </p>
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Episode Seventy One-The Green Mile
<p><span style="font-style:normal;">In 1996, King embarked upon a six month journey that provided a new installment of an ongoing serial for half a year.  The result? The much beloved </span><em>The Green Mile</em>.   </p>
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Episode Seventy-Rose Madder
<p>Do you remember <em>Rose Madder</em>?  The answer is, “probably not.”   </p><div style="font-style:normal;"></div> <div>And you might be better off for it.  Why?  Find out this week in <em>The Stephen Kingcast!</em></div>
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Bonus Episode-In the Court of the Crimson King
<p><span style="font-style:normal;">With </span><em>Insomnia</em>, King introduces us to the big bad of his multiverse, The Crimson King.  He’s a character whose legend will cast many of Stephen King’s future works in a scarlet shadow.  This bonus episode analyzes the character as he’s presented here in contrast to when we see him in the Dark Tower series.   </p><div></div> <div>Also in this episode, I place the <em>Insomnia</em> itself into context of the greater Dark Tower series as well as Patrick Danville.  </div> <div></div> <div>So if you’ve completed your journey to the Tower, feel free to enter the Court of the Crimson King!  </div>
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Episode Sixty Nine-Insomnia
<p>This is a big one, guys!  Insomnia was the first novel that Stephen King had published after I had become a Stephen King fan.  Nightmares and Dreamscapes might have been the first short story collection, but this is the first, full-blown novel that I had to look forward to, and I honestly think that Stephen King wrote it specifically for me.  Why?  </p><div style="font-style:normal;"></div> <div style="font-style:normal;">1) It takes place in Derry, the city of his 1986 masterpiece, IT. </div> <div style="font-style:normal;">2) It’s a wild, comic-booky concept involving colorful auras, super powers, and higher levels of existence.</div> <div style="font-style:normal;">3) It introduces 2 classic Stephen King villains, the rusty blade wielding Atropos and his master, the grand daddy of all Stephen King baddies, the Crimson King, which brings me to . . .</div> <div style="font-style:normal;">4) He fleshes out the mythology of the Dark Tower series in ways that he hadn’t d [...]</div>
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Bonus Episode-Happy Anniversary!
<p><span style="font-style:normal;">One year ago, I published my review of Carrie!  Now one year later, with 80 something reviews under my belt, The </span><em>Stephen Kingcas</em>t is still going strong!  I just wanted to take this opportunity to thank everyone who has made this podcast an international hit!  In this episode, I look back on year one, look ahead to year 2 and discuss some Stephen King movie news.  </p>
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Episode Sixty Eight-The Night Flier
<p><span style="font-style:normal;">In this week’s review, I look at a little known Stephen King adaptation of a short story from his </span><em>Nightmares and Dreamscapes</em> publication, the Miguel Ferrer-starring vehicle: <em>The Night Flier</em>.  Starring Lloyd Henries himself, the classic character actor, Miguel Ferrer, we follow the escapades of sleazy tabloid reporter Richard Dees as he tries to track down the killer of a series of airport murders.  Will he find the Night Flier?  Will you stick around until the end of the movie to find out?  Did I?   </p><div></div> <div>Listen to this week’s review for all of my thoughts on this little gem!</div>
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Episode Sixty Seven-Nightmares and Dreamscapes
<p><span style="font-style:normal;">For me, </span><em>Nightmares and Dreamscapes</em> was Stephen King’s first new book that he published after I had become a Stephen King fan.  I distinctly remember seeing the image of the striking front cover in the grocery store, picking it off the shelves and taking it home.  How does it hold up against his previous short story collections, <em>Night Shift</em> and <em>Skeleton Crew</em>?  Find out this week on the Stephen Kingcast! </p>
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Episode Sixty Six-Dolores Claiborne, the Movie
<p>In this episode, I take a look at the Kathy Bates-starring adaptation of King’s seminal novel.  She has already embodied one of King’s other classic characters, Annie Wilkes from <em>Misery</em>, and her casting as Dolores herself makes perfect sense.  But does it make a perfect movie?   </p><div style="font-style:normal;"></div> <div>Find out this week in the <em>Stephen Kingcast</em>!</div>
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Episode Sixty Five-Dolores Claiborne
<p><span style="font-style:normal;">In this week’s review, I examine Stephen King’s spiritual sequel to </span><em>Gerald’s Game</em>, the first-person account of one woman’s life told to us by that woman herself, Dolores Claiborne.  Once again, King examines the lasting effects of abuse, in this case, the lengths that one woman will go to to ensure her daughter’s safety from familial abuse.   </p><div></div> <div>How does this novel compare to his other works?  Find out this week in the <em>Stephen Kingcast</em>!</div>
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Episode Sixty Four-Gerald’s Game
<p><span style="font-style:normal;">In this week’s episode, I examine the first of a series of novels that explore the female perspective and abuse, the riveting thriller, </span><em>Gerald’s Game</em>.   </p>
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Bonus Episode-Rail and Rose
<p><span style="font-style:normal;">In this special bonus episode, I examine </span><em>The Waste Lands</em><span style="font-style:normal;"> within the greater context of </span><em>The Dark Tower</em>.  Please note that this is a spoiler-filled episode that analyzes the entire Dark Tower series, so if you haven’t finished the series, avoid this episode! </p>
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Episode Sixty Three-The Waste Lands
<p><span style="font-style:normal;">This week on the </span><em>Stephen Kingcast</em>, I board a train that takes me back to Mid-World for the third entry in Stephen King’s <em>Dark Tower </em>series, <em>The Waste Lands</em>!  Considered by many to be the best Dark Tower book, the novel includes insane robots, a newly formed ka-tet, a haunted house, city pirates, ZZ Top and the introduction to our favorite Billy Bumbler, Oy!   </p><div style="font-style:normal;"></div> <div><span style="font-style:normal;">Does this book hold up?  Find out this week in </span><em>The Stephen Kingcast</em>!</div>
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Episode Sixty Two-Needful Things, The Movie
<p><span style="font-style:normal;">This week, I examine the adaptation of Stephen King’s final Castle Rock story, </span><em>Needful Things</em>.  How does it compare to the book?  Find out this week in the <em>Stephen Kingcast</em>! </p>
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Episode Sixty One-Needful Things, Part Two
<p>Please note that this is the second part of a two part episode.   </p>
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Episode Sixty-Needful Things, Part One
<p><span style="font-style:normal;">In this week’s episode, I head back to Castle Rock one last time for Stephen King’s final Castle Rock story, </span><em>Needful Things</em>. Starring <em>The Dark Half’s</em> Alan Pangborn, our small town sheriff must battle ancient evil as it comes to town to tempt its citizens and turn small town life into chaos.  Does the grand finale of King’s most famous fictional town end with a bang or a whimper?  Find out this week in the <em>Stephen Kingcast</em>! </p><div></div> <div>Please note that this is part one of a two part episode. </div>
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Episode Fifty Nine-The Sun Dog
<p><span style="font-style:normal;">In this week’s final review of </span><em>Four Past Midnight</em><span style="font-style:normal;">, I head back to Castle Rock for the prequel to 1991’s final Castle Rock Story, </span><em>Needful Things</em>, with the small town tale of terror, <em>The Sun Dog</em>.   </p>
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Episode Fifty Eight-The Library Policeman
<p><span style="font-style:normal;">In this week’s episode, I examine </span><em>The Library Policeman</em>, the third entry in Stephen King’s 1990 novella collection, <em>Four Past Midnight</em>.   </p>
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Episode Fifty Seven-Secret Window
<p><span style="font-style:normal;">Welcome back to my ongoing review of everything related to </span><em>Four Past Midnight</em>!  This review examines 2004’s Johnny Depp starring adaptation of <em>Secret Window, Secret Garden</em>, known to moviegoers simply as <em>Secret Window</em>.  This movie came out during the peak Johnny Depp reinvention years, just after he resurrected his career with Captain Jack Sparrow.  So what does peak Depp in a King adaptation look like?  Find out this week in the <em>Stephen Kingcast</em>! </p>
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Episode Fifty Six-Secret Window, Secret Garden
<p><span style="font-style:normal;">In this episode, I continue my examination of Stephen King’s 1990 novella collection about our relationship with time, </span><em>Four Past Midnight</em><span style="font-style:normal;">.  Specifically, I analyze the second entry, yet another tale of a writer and his writing, the suspenseful, introspective and very personal </span><em>Secret Window, Secret Garden</em>.   </p>
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Episode Fifty Five-The Langoliers Movie
<p><span style="font-style:normal;">In 1995, ABC decided to make a two part adaptation of Stephen King’s </span><em>The Langoliers</em>. Is it as bad as you remember? The answer is no.   </p><div style="font-style:normal;"></div> <div style="font-style:normal;">It’s worse.  </div>
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Episode Fifty Four-The Langoliers
<p><span style="font-style:normal;">The next six episodes of the </span><em>Stephen Kingcast</em><span style="font-style:normal;"> will examine Stephen King’s 1990’s novella collection, </span><em>Four Past Midnight</em><span style="font-style:normal;">. </span><em>Four Past Midnigh</em><span style="font-style:normal;">t begins with </span><em>The Langoliers</em><span style="font-style:normal;">, a bonkers tale involving time travel and giant balls of teeth that eat the fourth dimension.  Is this novella as good to us as the past is to the </span><em>Langoliers</em><span style="font-style:normal;">?  Find out this week in the</span><em> Stephen Kingcast</em>!  </p>
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Episode Fifty Three-Mick Garris’ The Stand, Part Two
<p>Please note, this is the second part of a two part review.  </p>
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Episode Fifty Two-Mick Garris’ The Stand, Part One
<p><span style="font-style:normal;">In 1994, Mick Garris had the unenviable task of bringing one of King’s most beloved novels to life on ABC.  People tuned in to watch it, and it certainly remained faithful to the text, but does that make for a good adaptation?  Find out this week in </span><em>The Stephen Kingcast</em>! </p><div></div> <div>Please note that this is the first part of a two part review.  </div>
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Bonus Episode-Stand By The Tower
<p><span style="font-style:normal;">In this special bonus episode of </span><em>The Stephen Kingcast</em>, I examine the novel’s relationship to King’s long running series, The Dark Tower.  It doesn’t matter if you’re following the beam or broken down highways. . .all roads lead to the Tower! </p>
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Episode Fifty One-The Stand, Part Three
<p><span style="font-style:normal;">In this week’s episode, I conclude my review of Stephen King’s </span><em>The Stand</em>.  I finish my running analysis of the events of the story, tackle the themes, explore the characters, and dive into the Easter Eggs and Stephen Kingisms.   </p>
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Episode Fifty-The Stand, Part Two
<p><span style="font-style:normal;">In this week’s episode, I continue my analysis of Stephen King’s masterpiece, </span><em>The Stand!</em> </p>
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Episode Forty Nine-The Stand, Part One
<p><span style="font-style:normal;">Welcome back to the </span><em>Stephen Kingcast</em><span style="font-style:normal;">!  This week, I kick off the summer by launching into a month long examination of what many consider to be Stephen King’s best novel, the ultimate tale of Good and Evil in the ruins of America: </span><em>The Stand</em>!   </p><div style="font-style:normal;"></div> <div style="font-style:normal;">How does it stack up to his other novels? Find out this week in the Stephen Kingcast!</div> <div style="font-style:normal;"></div> <div style="font-style:normal;"></div>
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Episode Forty Eight- George Romero’s The Dark Half
<p>In this week’s episode, I examine the collaboration between the mastermind behind the Night of the Living Dead and the master of Horror.  How does the adaptation of the ultra-personal exploration of a man and his creation turn out?  Find out this week in my review of George Romero’s The Dark Half! </p>
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Bonus Episode-Alan Pangborn, Gunslinger
<p>In this bonus edition of the Stephen Kingcast, I discuss the awesomeness of Alan Pangborn and my frustrations in his lack of placement in the greater Stephen King Universe.   </p>
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Episode Forty Seven-The Dark Half
<p>The Sparrows Are Flying Again this week in the <em>Stephen Kingcast</em>!  <span style="font-style:normal;">In this week’s review, I look at 1989’s fictional metatextual story of alter-egos and twins.  With </span><em>The Dark Half</em>, King summons the ghost of Richard Bachman whose alter ego, George Stark, cuts a bloody swath through the Northeast on his way to reclaim his life from author Thad Beaumont.  Fans of <em>Needful Things</em> will know that this also marks the first appearance of Castle Rock Sheriff Alan Pangborn.  My biggest question is: why don’t more people talk about this novel?  Find out in this week’s episode! </p>
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Episode Forty Six-The Tommyknockers
<p><span style="font-style:normal;">In this week’s out-of-this-world review, I examine one of King’s most reviled novels.  Is the novel worthy of all of the hate it’s received?  Find out this week as I analyze </span><em>The Tommyknockers</em>!  </p>
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Bonus Episode-The Drawing of the Tower
<p><span style="font-style:normal;">In this spoiler-filled bonus episode, I place </span><em>The Drawing of the Three</em><span style="font-style:normal;"> into the context of the greater Dark Tower series.  How does it hold up against </span><em>The Gunslinger</em><span style="font-style:normal;">?  In what ways does it point towards the ending of the series?  Find out this week in the </span><em>Stephen Kingcast</em>!  </p>
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Episode Forty Five-The Drawing of the Three
<p>Did a chick?  Dud a chum?  Listen to this podcast and have some fun!   </p><div style="font-style:normal;"></div> <div>That’s right!  Step back through the doorway into Mid-World with Roland as he forms a new ka-tet.  Will this bring about his redemption or will this only serve to speed up his fall from grace?  Find out this week on <em>The Stephen Kingcast</em>!</div>
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Episode Forty Four-Rob Reiner’s Misery
<p><span style="font-style:normal;">As adaptations go, this is one of the big ones!  Does it measure up to its status or hype? Is Kathy Bates as good as you remember?  Find out this week in my review of </span><em>Misery</em>! </p>
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Episode Forty Three-Misery Review
<p><font face="Arial, Verdana" size="2">Carrie White. Jack Torrance. Cujo. Barlow. Todd Bowden. Christine. The Man In Black. Randall Flagg. Pennywise the Dancing Clown. Frank Dodd. Greg Stillson. John Rainbird. Morgan Sloat. Sunlight Gardener. Stephen King has made a career out of creating memorable, terrifying villains.  But with Annie Wilkes, he brings the humanity down to a very real, and very dangerous level.  It’s every author’s worst nightmare come to life in this week’s episode of </font><i style="font-family:Arial, Verdana;font-size:10pt;font-variant:normal;font-weight:normal;line-height:normal;">Stephen Kingcast</i><font face="Arial, Verdana" size="2"> as I review the classic </font><i style="font-family:Arial, Verdana;font-size:10pt;font-variant:normal;font-weight:normal;line-height:normal;">Misery</i><font face="Arial, Verdana" size="2">! What does King have to say about the dangers of fandom and addiction?  Find out this week in the </font><i></i></p>
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Bonus Episode-Eyes of the Tower
<p><span style="font-style:normal;">He goes by many names.  Walter O’Dim.  Randall Flagg. The Man in Black. Marten Broadcloak.  He’s the villain of </span><em>The Stand, The Gunslinger, </em>and<em> The Eyes of the Dragon</em>.  In this week’s episode, I examine The Walkin’ Dude and his oftentimes contradictory depictions throughout King’s works.   </p>
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Episode Forty Two-Eyes of the Dragon
<p><span style="font-style:normal;">Stephen King dives into the world of fantasy with </span><em>Eyes of the Dragon</em><span style="font-style:normal;"> in which we see the return of his greatest villain, Flagg!  Find out what his latest plan is in my review of </span><em>Eyes of the Dragon</em>! </p>
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Bonus Episode-A Visit to Derry, Maine!
<p>Live from Derry, Maine aka Bangor!   </p><div></div> <div>I recently embarked on a journey to Stephen King’s town, the inspiration for Derry, with SK Tours (www.sk-tours.com), and in this week’s episode, I share my wonderful experience!</div>
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Episode Forty One-It (The Movie) Review
<p><span style="font-style:normal;">Are you scared of clowns?  If you are, it’s probably because you watched the ABC mini series starring Tim Curry as Pennywise!  That’s right, I finish up my month long stay in Derry with an examination of the television adaptation of King’s most massive book to date.  Can it hold a torch to King’s ultimate statement of horror?  Find out this week on the </span><em>Stephen Kingcast</em>!  </p>
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Bonus Episode-The Spider and The Turtle (Dark Tower Connections)
<p><span style="font-style:normal;">Welcome back, everyone!  I hope you enjoy this special bonus episode in which I analyze the relationship between the events of </span><em>It</em> with <em>The Dark Tower</em>! </p>
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Episode Forty-It, Part Three
<p><span style="font-style:normal;">Welcome back, everyone!  This week I give my final thoughts on 1986’s masterpiece, Stephen King’s </span><em>It</em>! I analyze the characters, themes and trace the patterns of King’s tropes through the years as they evolved into the novel I spent the last three weeks discussing.  </p><div></div> <div>If you’re a fan of <em>The</em> <em>Dark Tower</em>, make sure you also listen to the special bonus episode in which I explore the relationship between this novel and the events of <em>The Dark Tower</em> series.  </div>
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Episode Thirty Nine-It, Part Two
<p>Welcome back, everyone! This week, I will continue my analysis of Stephen King’s masterpiece: It!   </p>
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Episode Thirty Eight-It, Part One
<p>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.   </p><div></div> <div>Oh, and it has a scary clown!   <div></div> <div>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. . .</div> </div>
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Episode Thirty-Seven-Thinner, the Movie
<p>Would you rather be cursed by a gypsy to grow magically thin or be forced to watch this movie?   </p>
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Episode Thirty Six-Thinner
<p><span style="font-style:normal;">Take a trip down Bachman lane with the last “true” Bachman book before King was outed as the real author.  How does this compare to the other Bachman novels?  Does it feel more like a Bachman book or a King book?  Is it any good? Find out in this week’s episode of the </span><em>Stephen Kingcast</em>! </p>
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Episode Thirty Five-The Running Man
<p>In this week’s episode, I examine the 80’s classic starring the Terminator himself: The Running Man!  Is it better or worse than Bachman’s novella? Find out here in the Stephen Kingcast! </p>
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Episode Thirty Four-The Bachman Books
<p><span style="font-style:normal;">In this week’s episode, the </span><em>Stephen Kingcast</em><span style="font-style:normal;"> makes room for the </span><em>Richard Bachmancast</em><span style="font-style:normal;"> as I examine the 1985 collection of Richard Bachman’s previously published works.  As I’ve done with reviews of other collected works such as </span><em>Night Shift, Skeleton Crew</em><span style="font-style:normal;"> and</span><em> Different Seasons</em><span style="font-style:normal;">, I won’t review all of the stories included, and will focus on what I consider the Big Two: </span><em>The Long Walk</em> and <em>The Running Man</em>. How do the Richard Bachman entries differ from Stephen King’s works?  Find out this week in the <em>Richard Bachmancast</em>! </p>
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Episode Thirty Three-Mercy
<p><span style="font-style:normal;">Corl from The Walking Dead stars in the adaptation of Stephen King’s short story, </span><em>Gramma</em><span style="font-style:normal;">.  Is Corl’s zombie killing skills enough to face off against family witches?  Find out this week in the </span><em>Stephen Kingcast</em>’s review of <em>Mercy</em>! </p>
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Episode Thirty Two-Frank Darabont’s The Mist
<p><span style="font-style:normal;">Sorry I was late this week, guys!  I was suffering from a pretty awful case of Captain Trips this weekend.  </span> </p><div><span style="font-style:normal;"><br /></span></div> <div><span style="font-style:normal;">In this week’s review, I review Frank Darabont’s adaptation of King’s classic story of survival horror, The Mist.  In a post-The Walking Dead landscape, is this movie innovate, fresh or does it feel like a retread?  Find out this week at </span><em>The Stephen Kingcast</em>!</div>
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Episode Thirty One-Skeleton Crew
<p><span style="font-style:normal;">In this week’s review of the </span><em>Stephen Kingcast</em><span style="font-style:normal;">, I take a look at King’s second collection of short stories, </span><em>Skeleton Crew</em>.  Specifically, I review the following entries: </p><div></div> <div>The Mist</div> <div>Mrs. Todd’s Shortcut</div> <div>The Jaunt</div> <div>The Raft</div> <div>Gramma</div> <div>The Reach</div> <div></div> <div>Stay tuned next week as I review Frank Darabont’s <em>The Mist</em>! </div>
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Bonus Episode-Is The Talisman the Dark Tower?
<p><span style="font-style:normal;">In this bonus episode, I examine the connections between </span><em>The Dark Tower</em> series and <em>The Talisman</em>.  Is The Talisman the Tower itself?  Do we see twinners in other King works?  Find out in this special episode!   </p>
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Episode Thirty-The Talisman Review
<p><span style="font-style:normal;">In this week’s review of the Stephen Kingcast, I examine the collaboration with Peter Straub which resulted with the world hopping adventure, </span><em>The Talisman</em>.  Does the collaboration with fellow writer make for a better or worse King entry?  Find out this week in the <em>Stephen Kingcast</em>! </p>
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Episode Twenty Nine-Stephen King’s Silver Bullet
<p><font face="Arial, Verdana" size="2">Because <em>Cycle of the Werewolf</em> was such a short episode, I decided to release my review of Stephen King’s <em>Silver Bullet</em> a week early!  So there you go, constant listeners!  You get two reviews in the span of one week!  </font> </p><div><font face="Arial, Verdana" size="2"><br /></font></div> <div><font face="Arial, Verdana" size="2">In this week’s episode of the </font><em style="font-family:Arial, Verdana;font-size:10pt;font-style:normal;font-variant:normal;font-weight:normal;line-height:normal;">Stephen Kingcast</em><span style="font-family:Arial, Verdana;font-size:10pt;font-style:normal;font-variant:normal;font-weight:normal;line-height:normal;">, tune in for my review of </span><span style="font-family:Arial, Verdana;font-size:10pt;font-variant:normal;font-weight:normal;line-height:normal;"><em>Silver Bullet</em></span><span style="font-family:Arial, Verdana;font-size:10pt;font-style:normal;font-variant:normal;"></span></div>
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Episode Twenty Eight-Cycle of the Werewolf Review
<p><span style="font-style:normal;">In this episode, I review Stephen King’s quasi-calendar collaboration with artist extraordinaire, Bernie Wrightson: </span><em>Cycle of the Werewolf</em><span style="font-style:normal;">!  It’s a fun experiment for sure, but does it hold up against King’s other works?  Find out this week in the </span><em>Stephen Kingcast</em>!  </p>
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Episode Twenty Seven-Pet Sematary Movie Review
<p>This week, we find out if “dead is better” when I review the Pet Sematary movie!  </p>
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Episode Twenty Six-Pet Sematary
<p><span style="font-style:normal;">In this week’s review of the </span><em>Stephen Kingcast</em>, I take a look at Stephen King’s examination on death and its impact on the living, <em>Pet Sematary</em>.  </p>
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Episode Twenty Five-John Carpenter’s Christine
<p><span style="font-style:normal;">In this week’s review of the Stephen Kingcast,the man who brought you Michael Myers takes King’s baby out for a spin.  Does he bring it back in one piece?  That’s right.  It’s time for John Carpenter’s </span><em>Christine</em>! </p>
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Episode Twenty Four-Christine
<p><span style="font-style:normal;">In this week’s episode of the Stephen Kingcast, I examine King’s first time behind the wheel of an evil car.  In later years, he’ll revisit the atrocities of what cars can do with entries such as </span><em>From a Buick 8</em>, <em>Mr. Mercedes.  </em>And in 1999, King experienced first hand the dangers of what cars can do to a person as he meets the real life version of the evil car.  </p><div></div> <div>But is <em>Christine</em> more than just a book about an evil car? Could it actually be a profound examination on the death of childhood friendships, growing up and a parent’s fear of letting go? It couldn’t possibly be his first great love story, could it?  </div> <div></div> <div>Find out this week in the Stephen Kingcast!</div> <div></div>
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Episode Twenty Three-Stand By Me
<p><span style="font-style:normal;">Join me this week for my review of Rob Reiner’s 1986 smash hit, </span><em>Stand By Me</em><span style="font-style:normal;">.  For many of us, it’s remembered as a childhood classic, the ultimate coming of age tale.  Does it hold up?  Find out this week in the </span><em>Stephen Kingcast</em>! </p>
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Episode Twenty Two-The Body
<p><span style="font-style:normal;">In this week’s episode, I continue my examination of Stephen King’s </span><em>Different Seasons</em>, focusing on one of Stephen King’s most enduring and beloved stories, <em>The Body</em>.  As we all know, this story goes on to inspire the classic Rob Reiner film, <em>Stand By Me</em>, which I will address next week.  </p><div></div> <div>Does this story hold up to your memory?  Find out this week on The Stephen Kingcast!</div>
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Episode Twenty One-Bryan Singer’s Apt Pupil Review
<p>In this week’s review, I examine Bryan Singer’s post-The Usual Suspects/pre-X-Men project, the adaptation of Stephen King’s short story, <em>Apt Pupil</em>.  If you’ve reviewed last week’s episode, then you know I thought it was a tense, deeply disturbing examination of hate and control.  In it, Stephen King created his most horrendous villain to date with the character, Todd Bowden.   </p><div style="font-style:normal;"></div> <div style="font-style:normal;">Is Bryan Singer able to match Stephen King? </div> <div style="font-style:normal;"></div> <div style="font-style:normal;">Is Brad Renfro able to embody the awful characteristics of King’s twisted creation?</div> <div style="font-style:normal;"></div> <div style="font-style:normal;">Is Ian McKellen . . . ?  Yes, Ian McKellen is awesome.  </div> <div style="font-style:normal;"></div> <div>Stick around and listen to my thoughts on Bryan Singer’s <em>Apt Pupil!  </em></div>
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Bonus Episode-NOS4A2
<p><span style="font-style:normal;">In this holiday bonus edition of the </span><em>Stephen Kingcast</em>, I turn my attention to Joe Hill’s Christmas-themed thrill ride, NOS4A2.  Because nothing brings out the holiday spirit like possessed cars, vampiric predators, surreal dreamscapes, ruined childhoods and plastic explosives.   </p><div style="font-style:normal;"></div> <div><span style="font-style:normal;">How does NOS4A2 stack up against his father’s works?  More importantly, how does it stack up to his own? Find out this week on the </span><em>Stephen Kingcast</em>! And as always, write in at stephenkingcast@yahoo.com.  </div>
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Episode Twenty-Apt Pupil Review
<p><span style="font-style:normal;">In this week’s review, I continue our six-week journey through Stephen King’s novella collection: </span><em style="font-style:normal;">Different Seasons, with the</em> story: “Apt Pupil.”    </p><div style="font-style:normal;"></div> <div style="font-style:normal;">Despite the lack of supernatural elements, I argue that this is Stephen King’s most horrific story at this point of publication.  Join me as I take a deep dive into the squalid mind of Todd Bowden as he discovers that evil takes many shapes, and often times resembles the man who looks back at you from your mirror.  </div> <div style="font-style:normal;"></div> <div style="font-style:normal;">Make sure you stick around next week when I review Bryan Singer’s adaptation starring Brad Renfro and Magneto himself, Sir Ian McKellan. </div>
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Episode Nineteen-Frank Darabont’s The Shawshank Redemption Review
<p><span style="font-style:normal;">This week’s edition examine’s Frank Darabont’s classic film, </span><em>The Shawshank Redemption</em>. Since it’s release, it has become a beloved movie for the audience, and it is often used as a counterargument for anyone who dismisses King as “just a horror author.”   </p><div></div> <div>Be honest:  you’ve probably seen this movie a dozen times at this point. You know it.  You can quote it.  But does that mean it’s as good as you remember?  Find out this week on the <em>Stephen Kingcast!</em></div>
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Episode Eighteen-Rita Hayworth and the Shawshank Redemption Review
<p>In this week’s review, I begin a six-week journey through Stephen King’s novella collection: <em>Different Seasons, </em>beginning with the first story: “Rita Hayworth and the Shawshank Redemption.”  Widely considered one of Stephen King’s best stories, it laid the groundwork for the classic film and is used as an example of how Stephen King is so much more than just a “horror” writer.   </p><div></div> <div>Make sure to come back next week as I examine Frank Darabont’s beloved film adaptation.    <div></div> </div>
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Episode Seventeen-The Gunslinger Review, Part Two
<p><span style="font-style:normal;">In this week’s episode, I continue my analysis of Stephen King’s first entry into the world The Dark Tower, </span><em style="font-style:normal;">The Gunslinge</em>r.  </p><div> <div style="font-style:normal;"></div> <div>Last week, in Part One, I tried to remain as spoiler-free as possible.  This week, however, I place <em>The Gunslinger</em> into the context of the greater series and examine how well it holds up against the later novels, so this episode is chock-full of spoilers.  </div> <div></div> <div>Warning: Because of spoilers, if you have not finished <em>The Dark Tower series</em>, you should skip this week’s episode! </div> <div style="font-style:normal;"></div> <div style="font-style:normal;">Join our ka-tet as we make our way across the desert, into the mountains in our quest to reach The Dark Tower.  Will we reach it? Let’s find out together! </div> </div> <div style="font-style:normal;"></div> <div></div>
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Episode Sixteen-The Gunslinger Review, Part One
<p>“The man in black fled across the desert, and the gunslinger followed.”   </p><div style="font-style:normal;"></div> <div>With those words, a 19 year-old Stephen King embarked upon a decades-spanning journey that included 7 books, numerous tie-ins and a near death experience.  That’s right, Constant Reader.  This week, I launch into <em>The Gunslinger</em>.   <div style="font-style:normal;"></div> <div><span style="font-style:normal;">Please note that this week is only part one of a two part episode.  This week, I review </span><em>The Gunslinger</em>, trying to remain as spoiler-free about anything that comes afterward.  Next week, I place <em>The Gunslinger</em> into the context of the greater series and examine how well it holds up against the later novels.  </div> <div style="font-style:normal;"></div> <div style="font-style:normal;">This is one that I couldn’t wait to review, and as of right now, this is my favorite episode I’ve recorded so far [...]</div></div>
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Episode Fifteen-Revival Review
<p><span style="font-style:normal;">On Tuesday, November 11, 2014, Stephen King released his electric newest novel, </span><em>Revival! </em>Check out this week’s review to hear my thoughts! </p>
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Episode Fourteen-Cujo Movie Review
<p><span style="font-style:normal;">In this week’s review of the </span><em>Stephen Kingcast</em>, we launch into a review of the adaptation of <em>Cujo</em>!  Is it as brutally depressing as the novel?  Find out! </p>
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Episode Thirteen-Cujo Review
<p><span style="font-style:normal;">It’s </span><em>Jaws</em><span style="font-style:normal;"> meets </span><em>Old Yeller</em><span style="font-style:normal;"> in this week’s edition of the </span><em>Stephen Kingcast</em>!  This week, I review the tale of man’s best friend gone bad: <em>Cujo</em>.   </p>
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Bonus Episode-Happy Halloween!
<p>In this special Halloween bonus episode, I’m joined by two spooky guests as we discuss all things horror.  Please be warned, there are spoilers galore for the following movies: </p><div></div> <div>Jaws</div> <div>The Shining</div> <div>The Exorcist</div> <div>The Ring</div> <div>The Blair Witch Project</div> <div>The Sentinel</div> <div>Night of the Creeps</div> <div>The Monster Squad</div> <div>The Blob</div> <div></div>
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Episode Twelve-Firestarter Movie Review
<p><span style="font-style:normal;">In this week’s edition of the </span><em>Stephen Kingcast, </em>I review the adaptation of King’s classic, <em>Firestarter. </em>Can the movie hold a torch to the book? Find out in this episode! </p>
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Episode Eleven-Firestarter Review
<p><span style="font-style:normal;">In this week’s edition of the </span><em>Stephen Kingcast, </em>I review Stephen King’s suspenseful sci-fi, action, thriller <em>Firestarter! </em> </p>
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Episode Ten-The Dead Zone Movie Review
<p><span style="font-style:normal;">In this week’s edition of the </span><em>Stephen Kingcast</em>, I review David Cronenberg’s classic adaptation of King’s classic starring Christopher Walken in all his Walken glory!  </p>
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Episode Nine-The Dead Zone Review
<p><span style="font-style:normal;">In this week’s edition of </span><em>Stephen Kingcast, </em>I examine Stephen King’s suspenseful thriller about a man whose physic abilities can’t help him slow down a race against time.  That’s right, this week, I examine <em>The Dead Zone</em>.   </p>
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Bonus Episode-Horns Book Review Part Two
<p>In this bonus edition of the <em>Stephen Kingcast</em>, I take a break from Stephen King in order to review Joe Hill’s <em>Horns</em> in honor of the upcoming movie release.   </p><div></div> <div>Due to it’s length, I had to split the episode into two parts. Be sure to check them both out, and then go see <em>Horns</em>, in theaters this Halloween! </div>
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Bonus Episode-Horns Book Review Part One
<p>In this bonus edition of the <em>Stephen Kingcast</em>, I take a break from Stephen King in order to review Joe Hill’s <em>Horns</em> in honor of the upcoming movie release.   </p><div style="font-style:normal;"></div> <div>Due to it’s length, I had to split the episode into two parts. Be sure to check them both out, and then go see <em>Horns</em>, in theaters this Halloween! </div>
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Episode Eight-Children of the Corn Review
<p><span style="font-style:normal;">In this week’s edition of the </span><em>Stephen Kingcast</em><span style="font-style:normal;">, I examine the classic film, </span><em>Children of the Corn</em>.   </p>
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Episode Seven-Night Shift Review
<p><span style="font-style:normal;">In this week’s episode of </span><em>Stephen Kingcast, </em>I will examine Stephen King’s first collection of short stories: <em>Night Shift. </em>Rather than analyzing each one, I analyze a handful of stories that stood out to me, including the foreword to the collection from the author.   </p>
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Episode Six-Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining Review
<p><span style="font-style:normal;">When Stephen King goes blow for blow with Stanley Kubrick, who comes out the winner?  That’s right, Constant Listeners.  In this week’s edition of </span><em>Stephen Kingcast, </em>I review 1980’s horror classic, <em>The Shining.  </em> </p>
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Episode Five-The Shining Review
<p><span style="font-style:normal;">In this week’s edition of the</span><em> Stephen Kingcas</em>t, I examine what many might argue is Stephen King’s most famous novel: <em>The Shining</em>.   </p><div></div> <div>Don’t forget to come back next week when I chime in with my thoughts on the great debate between the book and movie!</div>
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Episode Four-Salem’s Lot Movie Review
<p><span style="font-style:normal;"><span style="font-style:normal;">In this week’s episode of the </span><em>Stephen Kingcast, </em>I examine 1979’s adaptation of </span><em>Salem’s Lot. </em>But first, I read some listener mail.  I then finish up the review with some recommendations. Enjoy! </p>
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Episode Three-Salem’s Lot Review
<p><span style="font-style:normal;">This week on </span>the<em style="font-style:normal;"> </em><em>Stephen Kingcast</em><em style="font-style:normal;">, </em>I examine Stephen King’s second novel, the classic tale of a small town plagued by vampires, <em>Salem’s Lot</em><em style="font-style:normal;">.  </em>Hardcore Stephen King fans, stick around after the end of the podcast to listen to how <em>Salem’s Lot</em> ties into King’s magnum opus, <em>The Dark Tower</em><em style="font-style:normal;">.  </em> </p>
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Episode Two-Carrie Movie Reviews
<p>In the epic battle between King’s 1974 novel v. DePalma’s classic movie v. Pierce’s 2013 remake, who comes out the victor? Find out this week on the Stephen Kingcast! </p>
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Episode One-Carrie Review
<p><span style="font-style:normal;">In </span><em>Stephen Kingcast’s</em> first review, I examine the book that started it all: 1974’s runaway hit, <em>Carrie!</em>   </p>
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