Horror Movie Podcast Ep. 125: The Horror Movies of Stephen King – Part 2 (1997 – 2017), including The Dark Tower (2017)

HMP Stephen King Horror Part 2

Continuing on through our tour of terror, Horror Movie Podcast Episode 125 is Part 2 of a two-part series about Stephen King Horror Movie Adaptations. Much like our previous episode, in Part 2 we go through a roll call, where we briefly talk about Stephen King horror adaptations from 1997 to 2017. (If you haven’t heard it yet, our previous episode covers from 1976 through 1996.)

Jay of the Dead, Wolfman Josh, Dr. Shock and special guest Gillman Joel Robertson of Universal Monsters Cast and Retro Movie Geek bring you Feature Reviews of “The Night Flier” (1997) and “Secret Window” (2004) and “Riding the Bullet” (2004) and “1408” (2007) and “The Dark Tower” (2017), which doesn’t have a lot of Horror but we discuss it, anyway. Near the end of this show, your HMP hosts also bring you their Top 5 Favorite Stephen King Horror Adaptations. But without a doubt, the two highlights of this episode are Gillman Joel’s passionate rant about the end of “The Mist” (2007) and a great interview with screenwriter Matt Greenberg (“1408,” “Mercy,” “Halloween H2O: 20 Years Later,” et al.). Join us! Continue reading

Horror Movie Podcast Ep. 110: Rings (2017) and Riverdale (2017) and Sundance Film Festival Horror Preview 2017

HMP Sundance 2017 Riverdale Rings

In Episode 110 of Horror Movie Podcast, hear our Sundance Film Festival Horror Preview for 2017, courtesy of our HMP Sundance Horror Correspondent, Kagan Breitenbach! During his coverage, Kagan brings you previews of four Sundance Horror offerings: Snatchers and XX and Raw and Killing Ground. Kagan also discusses a few “Horror Adjacent” (but non-Horror) films, such as 78/52 and Thoroughbred and Colossal and I Don’t Feel at Home in This World Anymore.

Also in HMP Ep. 110, Jay of the Dead brings you a 2017 Feature Review of Rings and awakens his Beastly Freaks segment to bring you a review of The Fiancé, while Wolfman Josh shows up for work with his horror segment, Screaming Online, in which he covers I Am the Pretty Thing That Lives in the House and Mercy. The Wolfman also has a potential Horror TV show to discuss, in the new hit series Riverdale, as well as a couple of terrible micro reviews. Lastly, we’ve got a great edition of Campfire Tales from Listener Victor in Seattle. Join us!

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