No, it’s not a reprint of Stephen King’s Firestarter.
The Losers hole up in a grocery store to discuss the 1985 novella.
Jeff Buckley’s Former Manager, Dave Lowry, Details the Singer’s Final Days, His Friendship With Chris Cornell
Speaking to Kyle Meredith, Lory also discusses Buckley’s would-have-been sophomore LP, Sketches For My Sweetheart The Drunk and the extreme shelf life of Buckley’s “Hallelujah” cover, as well as getting Leonard Cohen’s blessing.
He also acknowledges the controversy surrounding his former co-star Danny Masterson.
The Midwestern singer-songwriter also teases the band’s follow-up to 2016’s Change of Fortune.
Fright Night and Child’s Play mastermind has always had a thing for Stephen King.
The veteran bassist also explains how he stays political in the age of Trump.
Grab your Silver Shamrock mask and tune in for the night nobody came home.
Allison and Clint speak to the young Mrs. Landingham herself about “Two Cathedrals”.
It was 1979, and the New Hollywood was winding down.
The estate’s archivist has discovered enough unreleased music to release a new album every year for the next century.
Michael Myers looks a little older and a little wiser in the forthcoming Blumhouse film.