Constant Listeners, welcome to another bi-monthly edition of Needful Tweets and Hollywood King, where the Losers unpack all the hottest news in the ever-expanding world of Stephen King.
This week, the Losers pay homage to the late Tobe Hooper, the great Southern horror master responsible for giving the genre such terrifying thrill rides as 1974’s The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, 1979’s ‘Salem’s Lot, 1981’s Funhouse, and 1982’s Poltergeist.
What’s more, they head over to Hollywood King, unpack the latest Bag of Bones, and speak with filmmaker Joshua Brucker, the director of the forthcoming adaptation of Night Shift‘s “One for the Road” starring Lance Henriksen.
So, join McKenzie Gerber, Justin Gerber, Dan Caffrey, and Editor-in-Chief Michael Roffman, and return next week when the Losers dig deep into the highly anticipated blockbuster adaptation of It. We’ll all float together.
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— Listen: Benjamin Wallfisch’s It Score
— Learn More: Dolores Claiborne Opera
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— In Case You Missed It: Danse Macabre
— Feature: Behold, The Stephen King Cinematic Universe!
— Guide: Stephen King in Five Films
— Buy: Danse Macabre via Amazon