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03:02 min | 2 months ago

"boo club" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

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"boo club" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

The Stephen King Boo! Club

04:58 min | 2 months ago

"boo club" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

"Looked for this. You can go back and re listen to our our thoughts on the queer rapin later. I think it was phenomenal. There's no contest here because buick eight was in some ways a warm up for books later you know. A key he grew from his writing is experience. In some ways. I think make later A really solid example of why people who say that king peaked in the eighties are super wrong. Just incredibly incorrect. And you can take that to them. Thank walter bang bang bang. He wants to bite more. Let him even if it draws a little blood. let's give walter taste free flash. The blood is full. The iron that you need so bad. I don't have to give supplements anymore my god. I'm of mine source so pause here This is threatening steve I'm going to say each of these jokes and phoenix. You're going to tell me if they're in good enough taste to keep it. Says this is dr sleep versus the institute in round three child endangerment or objection junction. Okay the pinnacle problematic. Whichever joke those all make it in if not. I'll just bleep them. If editing steve is like i don't know about that favorites. The first yeah. That one's pretty good all right. Listen jokes aside. These books that deal with some heavy heavy heavy stuff. They're also kind of their different looks. The same modern fears about once a month. Think of children's stephen king's officially gotten old enough to start thinking that way. He's seen generations. Grow and learn and be influenced by the world and they're both kind of about that in some interesting ways. The institute was released. You need to know this. After and written during a crisis in america where thousands and thousands of children from other countries were interred in low quality horrible prisons and concentration camps at the united states in mexican. Border like that deals with that topic. It's a much. It's a much more timely book for me than doctors sleep. Dr sleep is contemplative. The institute feels urgent..

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"boo club" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

The Stephen King Boo! Club

02:01 min | 6 months ago

"boo club" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

"Hello book club listeners. Editing steve here with two pretty major announcements I and most relevant to your feed today. We have decided to go back to our original biweekly ish format so we're not going to be doing beside episodes unless we really really want to. We have a great excuse. A great reason. Our hearthrow thousand percent in it with phoenix being a new dad and me being working way towards grad school. We just don't feel we have the time to make our besides like consistently the knockout punches. We prefer them to be so. There's going to be slightly less boo club in your feeds. But don't worry we're going to be doing all of our main book reviews. Still you'll pry those from our cold dead hands onto the more major announcement the one. You really truly. Don't want to miss this halloween october. Thirty first twenty. Twenty one will be the final episode of the stephen king boo club. We have reached the end of our reading list at that point having gone all the way from kerry up to twenty twenty one's later we've got some big things planned for the end of the season. We'll explain what we're gonna do later on in probably different announcement but for now you know. Start getting your champagne and party hats prepped. This is the remainder of our reading list. The wind through the keyhole doctor sleep revival the outsider the institute and finally later. If you're reading along with us eleven twenty to sixty three will be our final two parter everything else. We're going to tackle on one and there will be time to be sentimental about this soon. We do have a few more months to get through. I and we'll be talking about what we're going to do with the feed et cetera in those coming months four. Now we'll see you next week with the second half of eleven twenty to sixty three bye-bye..

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"boo club" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

The Stephen King Boo! Club

08:13 min | 1 year ago

"boo club" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

"Us. During the first month of march. Wherever you are find yourself comfortable position seated well lying down works also but of course you could be walking or driving. It's all safe. It's all good before we move our mind anywhere. Start with two directions. The first he's to close your eyes or if you're more comfortable just cast your gaze down if you need your is at the moment. Let the space around them and the muscles near them be relaxed. Your cheek muscles lower eyebrows softened second instruction is to begin focusing on your breathing not necessarily trying to change it though. It may slow down if you become more calm. Just notice inc as you inhale. Wait a brief moment. The next hail another beat great. We're all together the first place you'll lead. Your mind is to the soles of your feet and if you have none to the lowest part of your body that is connected to anything here. You are grounded from here. You may pull energy or allowed to escape above your feet your ankles. Ooh they're relaxed. You do not need their support then your calves and your news. They are amicable. They want to do what you want them to do. Plus they breathed wake you refined your upper legs your your back. Well maybe connected to your supports clench. Tighten these muscles for the briefest moment that you can better appreciate the next moment when you fully relaxed when you inhale you may inhale into your lower back phillip space and if the air collects any unwanted energy and he waste while it's there in your lower back exhale it away we come to your diaphragm forums of built along your lowest ribs around your body. Here is your engine power of your breath as you breathe. You feel how part of you can be both so engaged. Not engaged at all when you breathe. Allow the air to fill your abdomen down to your stomach into your pelvis. No need to tighten at the top of the chest. No need to breathe athletically. So you feel your upper back attentive but it is piece. oh moment debris It may be true. The things try to take you away from your thoughts. Sounds these things are part of the experience. fight with. You're you're right here next ticks hill. Let your shoulders false. So exquisitely no matter what you're doing this. Your shoulders need not be engaged. Let them.

"boo club" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

The Stephen King Boo! Club

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"boo club" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

"I don't mean these rinky-dink little foothills we have here. I mean real mountains. The kind that cut jagged lines across the horizon like teeth in some titans job. I guess that doesn't sound comforting but it is. It's nice to see things that are bigger than you older than you. I remember hearing music an old blue cd. Emily's dad loved. You never see him again. Then i remember the sun coming up over those unbelievably huge shapes. I asked where we were. Nationally started crying again. Tears of joy this time they were my first words since the party. I won't bore you with our time. In fremont it's the same story you'll hear from lots of first generation folks family politics and grief surviving emily's more keen on that part than i am. You can feel free to ask her. But i can't guarantee show like it. We don't live in that world anymore. I don't know what you came here for asking for stories from an old lady like me. But i can tell you this time. When we weren't there was a time when we were free. God willing there will be time when we are free again. Of course this wasn't just a good year for the stephen king boo club. It was also a great year for the stephen king himself most recently the cbs all access stand adaptation dropped which has been gorgeous so far. We're not by the way we will be talking about the stand. As it progresses the mr mercedes adaptation has been picked up by nbc peacock for a third season as well and it wouldn't be a year passed if another novel or two wasn't announced in august king announced. His next will be returned to crime. Writing stephen king's later will be releasing in march also if it bleeds reached the new york times bestsellers list which means that we are adding it to our reading list. This year we also saw unprecedented growth as a show which is really fun and also a bit terrifying which to be fair is exactly how we like it. The most listened to episode of two thousand twenty was strangely enough episode one carry that means that a whole boatload of people joined us from the very beginning this year which is touching no joke just just touching of all the moments we want to celebrate however none is more important than the love and care that we brought each other. I wanted to say a special. Thank you to our patriot. Community with whom. This show wouldn't be possible. We seriously would not still be doing it if it weren't for the monetary and emotional support from our patriotic community. Also anyone who emailed us there are too many to count and list by name. But you know who you are. If you're listening to this and you email us please shoot us another email back with loved hearing from you and we'd love to hear from you again. I'd like to leave you. And this year with the meditation. That phoenix put together for.

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"boo club" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

The Stephen King Boo! Club

25:11 min | 1 year ago

"boo club" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

"Hello boo club listener. My dear friend and confidant this year. We're doing something just a little bit different. As we hit the new year it is of course the end of two thousand and twenty a year which will live on in our minds as a nearly unredeemable shit show of previously unheard of magnitude. Truly this was the tommy knockers of years. We here at the boo club. Wanted to take a moment and look back on the parts of twenty twenty which were not so to speak unbelievably terrible. Yes this year. We look back at our progress through the king can and and the friends we made along the way and we say yes yes. Some positive things did happen. Esteemed colleagues and card-carrying boo club members. It is our pleasure to present the twenty twenty boo club retrospective despite the odds. This has been a really wonderful year for us. Specifically on the podcast. This may be hard to believe. But the very first book we read in twenty twenty was a personal favourite. A book which took changed my life. The one and only gerald's game this is. I think some of the best reading on trauma that we've gotten so far and you know you boy. Is man almost trauma slut.

"boo club" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

The Stephen King Boo! Club

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"boo club" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

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The Stephen King Boo! Club

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"boo club" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

"Hi, there. This is Stephen and Ressano, Co, host, and editor of the Stephen King Boo Club. If you're one of our regular listeners, thank you for joining us. This will not be our usual program if you can keep listening poise. This is not typically overtly political podcast. We have been very open about our own political leanings, because literature and how anyone interact with literature is personal and powerful. Stories are all we have some days. For us in for millions of readers, the stories of Stephen King have been of great comfort. But some days comfort is not appropriate. If you're joining us in real time when this gets published in June of twenty twenty, it will be in the midst of global protests against police brutality. We are scared. We are all so sad and angry. So many have died and so many have been hurt and so many more will be hurt if things are allowed to continue this way. A deep violent vein of racism has been allowed to fester in our nation in our government in our culture and in our police force. In DC president trump called for the domination of protests, person Oy I have been hearing helicopters passed by this apartment for days. Every time a siren passes I'm afraid. Someone new has died. I'm afraid that one of my friends or family will become a Hashtag. In general, I am afraid. Typically when we talk about fear on this program, we talk about the throw of adrenaline the chill of the spine we talk about ghosts and monsters and viruses and abusers. We talk about trauma and the ways that the horror genre can help us cope with trauma. We talk about not shying away from the things that scare us. We might make light of dark themes because it's fun and. Maybe because it gives us a sense of control. We cannot in good conscience do that today. Today are fierce different. But we cannot ignore fear, and we cannot ignore what it requires of us. Here is what we will be doing. We are going dark with our episode this week in an effort to yield space to more important voices..

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The Stephen King Boo! Club

14:39 min | 1 year ago

"boo club" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

"Now go we've got. I've got well so I've got one on this like an actual literary analysis section. And you've got something about our learn. Sabo Jesus Christ and I do and both important but definitely yours more important. Definitely I would say that this is maybe the most important literary analysis I've done in my podcasting life. Yeah yeah for all of the episodes of the Dean Koontz Boo Club. Where you know how we just like to tear into the literary backbone that the Kunstler provides us. I think this is your hardest hitting work. Do you actually start us? Gal Kick is a yoga. Yeah I've got the timer out Just yeah three to one kick. It is Geen Kunst. Is the face a Christmas book? We've all heard the argument. Is this a Christmas movie? It always comes up regarding die. Hard and since diehard is my favorite holiday movie and is also ICAN. Truman's favorite holiday movie. You might see where this segment is going. I'm going to talk about die hard a lot and I asked the question though does does it matter why absolutely it matters you can order. Matters can be hard for some people. I'm sorry the Christmas the Christmas season Stevens the Hawk days. We're GONNA get to the head. The stress the capitalism the family. How many people do you know that love Christmas time? What about people that hate it for many people? The best part is a gradual delightful shift in media to messages of hope. Togetherness home alone L. Hallmark Steph Nora. Roberts doubles you. Know the drill for me. It's the media that makes this season and the definition of media then becomes about providing people with joy in time that may be joyless with that said of course the faces a Christmas book Specifically Christmas 'cause let's be honest Dean Kootz probably spouted off about the war on Christmas at some point and likely doesn't say happy holidays. You know yeah sure for sure so like any great holiday film or book. I'm thinking specifically like a few key holiday books Like the Bible like eyes are burning your time. I'll give you another thirty seconds. I read let it snow than it. Smell it snow by John. Green this year on Christmas. That was really nice. You should read that two extra recommended reading for you so like aunt actually in kind of like the Bible this starts on a dreary day in December and the main character does not recognize it. All that it's Christmas time. It doesn't cross his brain. Why would it? How could he? He's dealing with these wacky tacky messages from these psychopaths. Also his wife is dead. He isn't put up a tree. Any more you know what I mean the villain however knows. It's Christmas because like the wet bandits. He knows that the best time to 'cause fucking problems is Christmas time. Don't even tell me. Also doney does not represent angel on top of the tree with Agnes. Joel Dead Ass Techs. John does definitely does he. I mean he is the Guardian Angel in your book is literal yet. Also Frick to think about at least one scene with frick. A boy who does not have normal thinking longingly about them for the same reason the ABC family plays Harry Potter and the sorcerer's stone on Christmas every year. Frick is used as a symbol of hope. He's he's the young boy opening the present and the love of of being saved by Truman. From Psychopath we shall be saved this Christmas as you know if you read the book some major scenes take place on December. Twenty four th twenty fifth and Twenty Six Which encapsulates diehard argument? If it's on Christmas it's Christmas movie right. There are some books that are even less. Christmasy that get the Christmas designation also. Let's think about the other things that make holidays Besides the date sides December twenty fifth does the Book End With Hope. It sure does sure does like many holiday films in books and albums. Is there a weird dais x? Makia you bet. Does God get involved at some point hundred percent? You Got Twenty seconds. Does the Word Santa? Appear in the text. A Quick Control F. Says yes it. Sure does Ethan. Gets his heart worm kind of in a roundabout way? We'll call that the grinch treatment honestly. I would love to see the hallmark Christmas movie version of this book time. That was beautiful. You I mean it was amazing you perfectly budgeted that extra thirty seconds. I gave you interrupting constantly. Yeah Man I mean you've sold me. I'm definitely going to reread this every Christmas season. I can't imagine spending Christmas without my favorite x cops current cops and A small boy named L. Frick. Because really that's you know that's just what reminds me to worship. You know all right. I'm putting four minutes on the clock. Ready set anarchy and media babies. So this book is many things it's a thriller its horror kind of. It's a buddy cop book. It's a Christmas story but maybe more than anything else. This book about its main chaotic Falen Corky Lepore own. Now as we've mentioned corky gets up to all sorts of hanky business including handing out free access to the children faking racist graffiti which is itself a racist act but whatever and terrorizing an English professor for weeks because that professor like Mark Twain or whatever corky is a classic archetype chaotic villain. Which is the topic of not so silent corner. Today you may be familiar with chaotic villains. One of the most iconic of our time is the joker specifically. I'm talking about Heath Ledger. Joker from the no-one Batman trilogy say it with me now some men aren't looking for anything logical like money they can't be bought. Boyd reasoned or negotiated with some men. Just want to watch. The World Burn. Chaotic villains are interesting because they are motivational quite simple while being complex from a textual analysis standpoint as characters they can be fairly flat that's because they are defined by their single-minded dogged pursuit of chaos disruption of the social order what makes them compelling is not who they are which runs counter to what makes many villains interesting in modern fiction. These not tend to be complex characters. What does make them? Interesting in? My opinion is primarily three factors. One they serve as narrative foils for their adversaries to they allow us to feel fear and anxiety about the potential downfall or disruption of our own society and three they can be evil entertaining logical ways in order of the three for Corky corgis actions and sensibilities served a highlight. What is good about? Ethan's actions in sensibilities where corky wants to undermine society. Ethan works to uphold and reform it as an ex-cop although really he's treated as if he's still a detective for the entire Book Ethan. Works to uphold the law. It's only one corky. Actions put him into crisis that he must find his own balance of working within and without the system and must look at what is just versus. What is legal to Corky is a very clear analog for late ninety s early audits fears about the decline of society. His chaos is not ultimately that chaotic his undermining actions all take the forms of prominent social ills and concerns personified so to go back to him distributing drugs at the arcade. This action makes him a kind of magnifying glass. Putting into sharp relief the ways in which we may have been afraid about society falling apart at the time side note. He's ledgers. Joker does the same trick by blowing up several important buildings in crowded city. Neither form of chaos is random but rather specific to the fears of the time third violent entertainment value. Chaos is fertile ground for novelty. If you have a villain who has a specific set of motivations that can be interesting that person however is unlikely to to pull random action out of a hat ruin four out of every five yards in a nice neighborhood because he wants to create infighting nine chaotic villain. Just AIN'T GONNA get up to the same glorious cartoon nonsense because they have to abide by like logic and character motivation or whatever now Stephen if I have any time left. I'd like to invite you to join me and try to find other fun chaotic villains. So the Joker. We already have all of his various forms. I also thought about Loki specifically from the comic sometimes veers into this territory. God of chaos hole. Thank what what came to your mind. What do you think Chaotic VILLAINS VILLAINS LIVE JUST TO PRODUCE FEAR yeah chaos fear Specifically this isn't like villains that don't care about the law this is specifically villains that want to produce massive disruption for no personal gain but just like like bullimore isn't recognized villain yet. Yeah of all the more. It's a communist for sure which is very different. Yeah I mean I just heard your brain stall I'm having A. I'm having a hard time thinking the first thing that came. Yawkey so first of all. I'm having a hard time thinking of Regular VILLAINS EVEN. I know there's a bunch of them but I can think of a bunch of real people like serial killers and some disorganized The Green River killer was super disorganized. Richard Rodriguez he just lived to make people as many people as miserable as possible. Why would sometimes leave some people alive and things like yeah? Yeah yeah well. It's just like review Red Fox five said you know. It's scary to think that people like corky exist so I thought was fun that ties into what you're talking about is you mentioned that. Corky kind of represents like nineties decline of society the S. hundred percent now. The joker is famous for always following whatever? The major fears of society are the forties and fifties and sixties jokers gangster. And the two thousand and ten gang. One is a terrorist. You know what I may yet and so interesting to see. Like what would the Corky look like of two thousand twenty? Would it be like a like a crazy urologist? Who lets out we have covert night? Yeah yeah so we have kind of that going on in the most recent joker movie where they reimagined him as kind of like the lone gunmen outside or figure Which is totally in line with our fears today in American Society So you know we we kind of because the joker is still in our public imagination. We're going to keep seeing that happening over and over again. Which is awesome. I think we should keep doing that. I really you know I just really like unlike Media Stephen. You know at the end of the day. I found that very cathartic to actually think for a hot fucking second. That was awesome learned. College I'm sorry I'll stop cooking up the PODCAST. Do you want to go to our adaptation section? Which one do I shoot alright? So as you all know there are relatively few adaptations of being Kuhn's work which is a shame liberally. There's like twenty with over a hundred and five novels published. None of them got really any critical acclaim. And you. You know we hate doing things liberally on this podcast right now. Don't even want she said on. The face does not have any known adaptations. So we'll play our favourite game on the Dean Koontz. Boo Club cast that show. Yes Sir would you like to go first Steven? I sure would do it all right. Ethan. I'm choosing Liam Niessen obviously fair point while we do this let's give our audience a brief reminder who all these characters are because there's so many fucking characters in this book okay so either as the main character ex-cop detect next cop detective grizzled headed security. Yeah that Dude Hazard Fancy side. I'm picking Reginald L. Johnson who is the black cop in the movie Die Hard Jer Definitely For Ralph Rayner who is sidekick to the main villain yeah kind of social outsider obsessed with old movies kind of Weird Jesse Eisenberg ally by that. Yeah I buy that for sure for Alfred. I'm picking Noah's knock from thanks. Yeah I mean. He's no jar he'll do it he's GonNa crush it. Donny I saw Donnie as Martin Sheen. Why no hold on? Why does how I that was? Well I guess he was kind of a like gangsters flash party boy in life so Martin reform typecast. He has so many good roles like you into any generic white guy. He'll make interesting. Yeah Yeah Yeah. I'm the same way.

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The Stephen King Boo! Club

01:58 min | 1 year ago

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"More so since the larger nine villages magazines. Six six well. What a great prize. God the Audio and that's going to be clipped out. I'm sorry. Do you Miss Phoenix. You Are Stephen. Get it right. God Phoenix do you know what a snub nosed revolver in this of this size is used for At the ones that goes like in your boot. Gaza back resting on all of our listeners are already opened carrying a glock seventeen or Glock nineteen. I mean that would make sense Listeners of the Dean Koontz. Boo Club are notoriously right-leaning Which is good. You know. That's how it should be so. I want to announce that me Phoenix Crockett And this isn't necessarily related to the PODCAST. But you know we try to try to do our own thing and and represent what we're doing out in the world So it's my pleasure to announce that I'm following my dream and I am starting up. A chapter of young Republicans in Burlington Vermont. Yup that's me. Phoenix came with Tracy. Crockett in some order there noted conservative with bootstraps mentality. And no love for those bleeding-heart lives I will be helping the next wave of young republicans discover just how delicious Ronald Reagan's boots are thought. Stephen me feel about that. I'm just I'm so delighted. Yeah something something about who gets to go. And what bathrooms. Sure nothing soy. Yeah yeah boy. Soy for sure still flake simply snowflake there. It is There's definitely a Vermont. Snowflake joke in here somewhere but. I'm disgusted with myself to make it. Let's take it to the not-so-silent corner our literary analysis section..

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The Stephen King Boo! Club

01:52 min | 1 year ago

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"Stephen. Now as we say every Dean Koontz Book it is so hot. Damn hard to pick Just even one quote. You know it's just so hard to find. Just even one quote that really encapsulates. The book I went with I have one short form. I don't know what you have. I have I got this one. So this is this is one a lot of people pick. This is kind of the iconic dialogue from the face This happens really early in the book. But it really sticks with you. I just think it's so poignant and like it holds a lot of literary wait for me So this is this. Is Someone Advising Ethan? Who is of course the ex detective who stopped being a detective when his wife died as we've all experienced and he gets kind of an ill omen speech from a one off character that no one mentions again This is this is the advice he gets. He says you need to eat. Well say prayers without fail each morning and night and avoid drinking strong spirits to its eastern responds. One problem drinking strong spirits is how I pray. God what a cool fucking dude. I mean. Fuck Dude. And he's in my top three cool dude. It's like him Arnold Schwarzenegger and shadow the Hedgehog for sure just drinking strong spirits is how I pray you know get Phoenix your favorite..

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The Stephen King Boo! Club

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"boo club" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

"Think can we go over to odds and Ed's absolutely I okay so okay? Putting that whole intro section aside this book was long it was felt like eight hundred. Felt like it really felt it was. It was eight masquerading as six. Yeah Corky is such a God damned It is my on. What's what's the chimpanzee bad guys name in the power. Puff girls. Oh Holy Shit Mo Jo. Yeah Yeah Mojo for sure. We are thrilled to be reading. Our favorite author favorite author Dinkins sphere author Geen Kunst who is a conservative on points of law. Enforcement and Neo Libertarian. On everything else. What are your Ogden's yes. It's nice to agree with an author for once Boy howdy man. It is just so good to be raiding my favorite author of all time Dean Uncle Dean Kootz. I gotta say after producing literally dozens of episodes about this literary giant it. Just it's still puts a big old smile on my face to read another knockout punch by the Kunstler. Also also feel that this is important. Google docs did not catch Kunstler as a spelling error. So that just goes to show you greatest of all time Dean Koontz You know each just. Every time I get to sit down and read another two hundred pages of Dean Koontz thriller. It causes my heart to flutter. And you know what's funny is that we've actually never done a dean. Koontz bio section so lazy. Yeah I know. What are the chances after doing so? Many episodes of the Dean Koontz Boo Club. That Mu Phoenix Phoenix never brought us to the bio section. We'll phoenix you're such a history guy. Why don't you don't you take this? Yeah I'll definitely read. This bio section that Phoenix. Crockett wrote So Dean was born in Nineteen Forty five which makes him seventy four at the time of this recording. He was born in a small town in Pennsylvania. His early life was defined by abuse at the hands of his father But also by inspiration by his mother he was a bright student and won several writing awards in his life including in award from Atlantic magazine during his Senior Year of University at Shippensburg College. I think I'm pronouncing that right. I think you have to pronounce it kind of Jaunty like that. You know ship ship. Shippensburg makes more sense. Steven just went in and edited the script live. So we'll keep that fuck it. He worked as a teacher and also as an aide in the Appalachian Poverty Program where he was disturbed by misuse of funds This is where he developed his libertarian. Conservative stance on American politics which we just live for here. The Dean Koontz Boo Club. He also voluntarily converted to Catholicism. Which is a thing you can do apparently because he mind. We're not shooting at anyone who's voluntarily converted to Casaus Zayn. I know people who've done now. I've literally never like because I was raised Catholic and I've just never heard of anyone join in the fray. It's not my mom did that. She like went to the Kladno Kid. That's fascinating well. The more you know so. He did it because he admired the quote intellectual rigor before completing his first of many science fiction novels he married his Spouse Gerda at age twenty one and they remained together he has published under no less than four but possibly up to six pseudonyms with the best selling of which being Brian. Coffee which is like. It's it's spelled like the drank. A different he is active in the world of animal rescue and his dogs are an important part of his life which I can empathize with. He is the sixth best paid author in the world tied with John. Grisham Gresh Gresh Gresh. Grisham Yeah Gresham Steven tell me what do you think about the wife of our favorite author. Dinkins wow I have never read a bio with less in common with my own life. I've never I've never been reading and been like wow. I can't even relate to one thing about this. I think we should take it over to fear. No passage our best up section.

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The Stephen King Boo! Club

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"boo club" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

"Content warning miscellaneous violence. Lots of people are unable to see all kinds of truths right in front of their eyes. It's the Dean Koontz Boo Club. I think he listed every single commute. Now I'M GONNA chew. Somebody's not an actor but I think he could have an acting career. Has God knows this is over. He's in my top three cool dude. That's like him. Arnold Schwarzenegger shadow the Hedgehog for sure. I'm Steven Indra Sada. And I'm Phoenix Crockett. And this week we are reading the face published in two thousand and four just as a note up at the top here. If you're listening to this podcast for the first time start with literally any other episode Jesse Saint. The one folks just trust us on this. Do not start with this one for no particular reason if Phoenix annex out. Fuck Hey Steven would you like to take us to the main points share? Would Phoenix former? Lapd COP even Truman his head of security. For the wildly famous extravagantly rich channing the face Mannheim at his Los Angeles estate he intercepts a series of six increasingly disturbing packages at the estate. And who even that he might know who the sender is based on CICI TV footage of a certain car license plate. He goes to Ralph Raynor's apartment there. He has an involuntary and Musetta premonition. About being shot by rainer so he only gets grief look at. He also has flashbacks from his wife and daughter. Question marks death at the hands of errands sports car driver Ethan.

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The Stephen King Boo! Club

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"boo club" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

"So so we have a whole bunch of stuff to shout as always check us out on social media. We've got a twitter at Steven Kane Boo. We've got a facebook page where we post a bunch of crap. We've got a instagram. I think is also at Stephen King Boo Boo club. That thinking we have a patriae on. which is I think Petron Dot com slash Stephen King Boo club? Yup and we have a contest running right now which is the actual hoping I want to talk about so few episodes go. We mentioned that there were not any great adaptations for some of the stories in four past midnight. We put the call out for people to send us their reactions. Those pieces there are to their adaptations. What have you and we're getting response? which is a very exciting? Yes so make your art art send it along whatever it may be and On insomnia part one we will announce which when we liked the most and also also shout out pretty much. Anyone ends things in obviously if you put a bunch of work into an adaptation. We're not will wasn't the best so we're not talking. Oh yeah I I mean and we'll probably I mean if there's like little scripts we will read them. If there's pictures to be posted a sculpture online everything will get its display time. Yes yes yes ask but that is going to be insomnia part one where we talk about that. which is t minus two weeks from one? This is released so you're on deadline for that. I gotta get reading. What else do we have to talk about? let's talk about how we're GonNa have a patriotic exclusive interview with Tony Magistrate. islay yeah what up Also later in this piece or later in this you know script. I'm going to be telling you all kinds of things about an essay written by Tony Magistrelli and Michael Balloon Michael Blue. In what Michael Blunt. A new name enters the picture and he is a bona fide Stephen King scholar and he published his on the subject Super Bowl and he dig it Published some books recently in all that and he will also be our interview for our call from beyond in our next episode. I love of that I just wanted to say you know usually cram this full of like social media. shoutouts whatever you know obviously you go tell the like one person out of the program all that you mocking yourself. I know I know I know but like man and just wanted to appreciate for a moment. How cool this this project has been? We are quickly Rounding About Towards Our fiftieth freaking episode. We're getting there to what the suite. At end it's blowing my mind signed. That's and yeah. Yeah like run the numbers. We're getting there any. I just wanted to take a moment to appreciate all the listenership ship. He's been with us especially from the beginning. It's been so cool and we love have you guys and we love we love to project. The product has never gotten to the point where I've been like God. I wish I didn't have to do yes. It's like thank God. I have camping out sixty hours for my leg day job in the last the five days and not once was I like I have to record this episode. Like it's always been a shining light so just thanks you all for your continued support port. If you want a sport is monetarily those Patriot on if not just go ahead and tell one person if you can if you can tweet about it that helps whatever we do this for us. We do this for we all and if we can make the family grow more we will do so I think I think we should take it to needful themes are literary analysis section..

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The Stephen King Boo! Club

13:29 min | 2 years ago

"boo club" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

"It's either all an accident or all fate. It's the Stephen King Boo club. Forty four seconds. Executions kitson's sick burns on Gardner. I'm glad it's there. I just wish I didn't have to read it multiple times. You do it. It's just a lot you know. Yeah I'm Steven Indra. Sano in dime Phoenix CENEX Crockett. And this week we are finishing out. The Tommy knockers published in nineteen eighty seven. And now I will take the main points back in haven.

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The Stephen King Boo! Club

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"boo club" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

"So so we are social. Media has been exploding in the past. Thank y'all for making that happen. Yeah if you're new to the program because you found us through social media area who welcome hope you're enjoying yourself you can find us. We have a facebook page. We have an instagram. We have twitter. We also have a patriot. I think that's what we have do. We have anything I mean. We have an email. He can hit us up at seeing King Boo Club at G.. Dot Com. If you're more of a longhand kind of friend that's cool too you can. You can write US mail. Yeah you can write a snail mail. I mean you don't get to know what my address is but I'm I'm pretty. I work one South Prospect Street BURLINGTON remodel. We find also we are looking for. If you have a story about Stephen King. Either your relationship with this worker someone you met because of it or whatever ever. We're trying to collect some of those we're hoping to get enough of them together to do another boiler room scrapbook segment. which would be amazing? So we'll be posting about a lot on social media but if you have the story to tell you can email us at Stephen King Pu Club at gmail.com and we'd love to. I hear what you have to say you know can be anonymous. Can be named. You can shout out other people or not but we really want to celebrate the community. Were starting to build here and hand. Tell some of your stories absolutely Yeah I still ended up date the S. KABC exclamation point and spotify playlist. I love called esque. ABC Exclamation Point Official spotify playlist on spotify Phoenix Crockett. I still update it. So at currently has zero followers in zero. Listen if you are looking for some deep cut Halloween party mix question mark just stuff that we think is Stephen. King really even listened to it. Just yeah not even me. I don't have spotify because I'm a caveman but yeah I don't it's true I'm a Pandora Man. The thirty nine years old. It is two thousand six where I'm at baby anyway. Yes thank thank you for that that brings us to needful themes are literary analysis section..

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The Stephen King Boo! Club

09:46 min | 2 years ago

"boo club" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

"Club. Oh you stop at Stephen King. That's scary wait. We're both Bernie's Mrs. This is Mike Tyson vs Bill Murray. I'm Steven Indra Sano. Tom And I'm Phoenix Crockett. And this week we are reading misery published in nineteen eighty seven. I tell you what Steve Steve I have a lot to say. Which one do I shoot section? And they're going to hear my voice so why don't you all right. So Yeah Yeah. I'm good with that. I'm good with that. This is the main points. Paul Sheldon is say popular writer whose most famous novels are period pieces about a character named misery chastain. He has just finished a lucrative printing of the final final misery. Book in which misery chastain dies at he has also just finished a new manuscript called fast cars. A one hundred eighty Degree turn from Victorian novels after finishing a bottle of DOM perignon he decides to drive to La rather than fly home to NYC see and he is involved in a drunk driving accident in a secluded area of Colorado that is made worse by Flash Snowstorm when Paul awakens he is in bed with two severely disfigured legs among other ailments. He is being treated treated by. Annie Wilkes a former nurse and a fanatic of his misery novels. Paul quickly discovers several discouraging fact. What's the first is that Anne will not take him to the hospital using the weather as an excuse the second is that he is probably addicted to a codeine based East Painkiller? That any has been giving to him. The third is that any wolf's is probably insane she has bouts of rage catatonic I and violence a few days into his stay. Paul understands that any is not going to call for help and that he is a hostage. Aw any reads. Paul's new misery book and learns that misery has died. She becomes hysterical. She leaves Paul alone for two days as without food. Water or painkillers when she returns she forces him to burn the only copy of fast cars in a bedside Barbecue Erba Q.. And begin writing a new misery. Novel which will resurrect the titular character. She frequently beats. Paul targeting his mangled legs eggs over the next month. Paul gets out of his wheelchair while any runs errands. Exploring the house looking for painkillers. Extra Food and answers researchers. He finds that the phones are missing necessary wires. He also finds a scrapbook with evidence. That Anne is a hospital based a serial killer who had up to thirty infant victims during her time as Labor maternity nurse during particularly depressed about any tells as Paul that she knows that he leaves the room sometimes to punish him she cuts off his foot. Caught arises the ankle stub with a blow torch later when he complains about the typewriter she purchased for him breaking down. She cuts off his thumb with an electric knife months later. A local sheriff named Dwayne Kushner has put together the pieces of Paul's disappearance during this time he goes to end his house and she hides Paul in the basement. Meant Paul makes noise to alert the sheriff so any kills him and runs over him with a riding lawn mower. Any forces. Paul the stay stay in the basement while she hides the body where he finds some lighter fluid and stores it in his sweatpants when he gets back to the room he makes a decoy manuscript of the new misery novel and Burns it in front of Anne when she tries to save it catching on fire herself. He hits her with the typewriter and crawls to his escape deep he alerts officials his existence and passes out and when he awakens he learns that Anne died in our backyard of head trauma. Paul publishes miseries return and it is a best seller he still suffering from severe. PTSD in alcoholism awesome though as well as writer's block. After months of pain. A chance encounter on the street inspires him to write a new peace and the book ends as he breaks down. Crying is a good one though use. Oh but is a good one that that is one way with this meeting in order. It's full dark no structure so i. Hey I know you're into go but this here is a good Christian podcast and we're going to have some some ground rules moving forward all right now. Here's how this is going to go. We're not going to swear on this here episode. I don't WanNa hear any F words or extreme stream darns in my vicinity so if a happens for this episode only I'm GonNa edit them out now and we're going to replace them with a more appropriate word such as Kakudi for example Phoenix. Would you like to demonstrate share. Gosh darned take that again but you use it in a sentence. I hate this effing. So there's a second part of the royal which Phoenix is going to really enjoy. which is that anytime I catch use wearing or vice versa? I need to inform you that you're a thirty dirty. Birdy and I will not have that kind of language on my podcast. Oh okay are we all saddled all right have a good one now. What was your thing? What were you going to say but well Jesus I was GONNA say you're on thin ice for using his name in vain? I will just Sir so every list of best Stephen King books gotta include misery. Yeah 'cause it's great. It's a metaphor metaphor for Stephen King. Getting terrible audience reactions from eyes of the dragon feeling tied to horror in the way that Paul Sheldon is tied to misery. Yeah Yeah anti-drug Birlik Romance which it's interesting. I really like the kind of shift. Because they're both genres. That are really looked down upon. So it's like a fun way of being like. Hey Hey this. Isn't me wink wink wink. Absolutely this is a random note to. I went back through some of my books. Some of the things we've done I don't know if he's ever written a book Stephen King Out and allison wonder who else who else would you be referring to. Why did you have have to clarify? Our is not the Nora Roberts. Now we're not doing the Dean Koontz Boo Club. You're fasting. Thank Darn Dean because we're both grease dirty verging it not at all right so Yeah I think every single Steven King Book has has Nelson what are they in reference. And I found several. What is it in this one Forget my notes but I know it's in all right cool. I Really WanNa get things rolling. But first we have for some of the while a biography section so phoenix. Please tell me where we're at in the biography of Stephen King. The a year is nineteen eighty. Seven Stephen King is so famous He's enjoying one of his periods the decade or so. There's a couple of months. Maybe a year where Stephen King is as works are more famous than usual. You're in one those times. Yeah right now yes so. It's a few weeks after this book is published and Johnny Cash American Music Legend is prepping. Mm for a show Johnny Donaldson Cash and Jonathan Cash. Ola is preparing for a show in Bangor. which will happen on Halloween night? His wife June Carter is like hey. Isn't that where Steve Lives and think. Yeah I don't think she called them that she says I'm a huge fan. And their agents arranged dinner for them mm-hmm and then that night on Halloween night. Nineteen eighty seven cash brought king onstage to play guitar and sing. Johnny be good by Chuck Berry absolutely absurd. That happened just absolutely ridiculous. That that's the thing that occurred on on the planet earth. It sucks that that we weren't alive because that would have been people. People were in the audience that night. If you were in the audience yup you have recall from beyond yes. Can we quit hunt someone down. That'd be ridiculous. I'm Hey I'll get on it. Yeah Yeah Yeah. Let's take. The sweet screams are best of section.

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