A Stephen King Podcast For Stephen King Obsessives
The Mist with Brent Terhune
The Kingcast boys are joined by comedian Brent Terhune, who has set the entirety of social media on fire with his spot on MAGA chud impersonations and now turns that same level of emotional support beer enthusiasm on one of the most divisive Stephen King adaptations: Frank Darabont's The Mist.
A Good Marriage with Kate Siegel
Actress Kate Siegel joins Vespe and Wampler to dive into one of Stephen King's more obscure stories, A Good Marriage, and its equally obscure adaptation starring Joan Allen as a woman who suspects her husband might be a serial killer.
Creepshow with Richard Stanley
Color Out of Space director Richard Stanley joins Vespe and Wampler to delve into the Lovecraft inspirations of Stephen King, using Creepshow's The Lonesome Death of Jordy Verrill segment as a jumping off point. Stanley begins the episode predicting 2020 will end with the rise of the great Cthulhu out of the oceans and the way things are going he might not be far off.
Cujo with Devon Sawa
Devon Sawa (Final Destination, Idle Hands) joins the boys to discuss Cujo. The gang talks about what they consider an underrated movie in the Stephen King film catalogue and break down some of the differences between the film and the book. The words "sperm revenge" are said. Fair warning.
The Langoliers with Noah Segan
You know him as Kid Blue from Looper, Trooper Wagner from Knives Out or that handsome X-Wing pilot who died real good in The Last Jedi. Actor Noah Segan stops by to discuss his love of King, his impressive first edition hardback collection, a disturbing amount of debate about what constitutes a dildo and, of course, the focus of this episode: The Langoliers.
'Salem's Lot with Bryan Fuller
Hannibal mastermind Bryan Fuller is our guest this week and he picked Stephen King's second novel, 'Salem's Lot for many reasons, not the least of which is because his Scout Leader turned out to be a serial killer. Fuller brings his unique perspective to this story about the hidden evils of small town America and how his queer reading of some of the book's themes helped him survive adolescence as a gay kid in a town unfriendly to anything "other."
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I’ve been a Stephen King fan since I was a kid (my mother got annoyed of me reading through my books too quickly and threw a copy of The Stand my way and I’ve been hooked ever since). Love the hosts and their guests, keep up the good work!
Excellent reflection on the works on King
Just discovered the show via the Bryan Fuller interview on Salem’s Lot. What a treat! I look forward to delving deeply into the earlier episodes!
I found this podcast on ew and I love it. I have brought out all my king titles to start reading them again. Thank you