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Steve King Loses Republican Primary after White Supremacy Comments
"Republican congressman Steven king lost his primary to state senator Randy Feenstra the controversial king under fire for publicly questioning why white supremacy may be considered bad boxes Jill NATO the chairwoman of the Republican Party tweeted she's glad king lost trump tweeted short time ago congratulated Feenstra adding he'll be a great
"steven king" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Just glad that Steven King reacted to something this that I said but did you know. They got rid of the ride at Universal Jaws. So that just kind of speaks to map very believable. Not really realistic. It's over rated movie. If the acting is not great. Obviously seventy five so it doesn't look as good as it should nowadays. It's not that good man. It's it's over rated your double down your double. You're doubling down. Even though the Internet is is saying that you are at maximum. Oh right now the internet which you got all right there you go you've been you've been called out Internet. That's the greatest line who said what was the greatest line in movie history because the greatest line in movie history is Rambo Weeds. Things that would make a billy goat puke at all right put it on the poll at Levin Show Guillermo. What's the better movie line. We're going to need a bigger boat or the most famous more historic movie line. We're going to need a bigger boat or Rambo East thing billy goat Puke Stugatz. We've lost billy. I'm I'm worried about billy because we've got a situation where for a long time. Now Billy has been saying. I'm a voice of soothing. Quarantine is okay. Everyone is going to be all right and we're not used to somebody who's this kind of fear based to be a voice of reason and now he's lost his minds to God's because he keeps saying hey one disaster at a time. I've only got time for one of these times. So now who's got spooked.
"steven king" Discussed on Relevant Podcast
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"steven king" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"The he lived for the letters the weave through communicating with people through letters ended in a very unusual guy but he had a tight circle of friends lawyers yeah your wrists and after his death they began to build its reputation and to collect this work and publish it and bring it to the attention of critics and slowly it built by the nineteen seventies there were serious academic studies of Lovecraft's work and more and more widespread publication the first real major recognition of his work was when the library of America put out an addition of these stories maybe ten years ago now yeah would you should speak to how recent and a lot of ways he has broad cultural impact you know was made but really going even back to the sixties and the naming of Arkham asylum and Batman Bloor after in honor of arc of Massachusetts the mythical town in in in love crass work each with a with a certain amount of the literati they were already all over among his disciples were writers like Fritz Leiber and Robert block me and he was is we work with people with influential and writers like Steven king Clive Barker Neil Gaiman Peter Straub these are all writers who read his work when they were young and found it spoke to them it it resonated with them one of the things I think that people forget about love craft do is his intense interest in science and he was writing at a time when Einstein's theories were just being published and they were just that the roof of the time space travel what is being talked about Joe was discovered right and these things fascinated love craft and became part of the fabric of the inspection was very early if you're into a science fiction I'm working on some loose stories are much worse by a fictional than they are at work or yeah and I I think this is it or suspend the other thing we could even call them suspense to it in in even in stories like rats of the the rats in the walls it's it's it's building it's all it's a mood it's a it's a feeling it's a creepiness that starts to come over you as the reader yeah there are there are there isn't a lot of action well no so in in love crashed audience as as I mentioned earlier was weird tales so weird deals with the magazine founded in the early nineteen twenties with the whole sold for ten cents a didn't pay writers what it build an audience with part of the monthly magazine group and there were a number of magazines like that Argus the black mask and others that were outlets for writers who couldn't find what they wanted in what we might call mainstream literature course black mask gave birth to their how Hamid.
Who Would Win - Ash from the Evil Dead vs Pennywise
"Pennywise shape shifting creature I found in the Stephen King aval it in one thousand nine hundred eighty six penny wise as a cosmic evil who feeds on children because they're the easiest prey having existed for billions of here's billions pennywise is no longer concerned with the doings of mortals the monster currently known as it has gone back and forth preying on mortal going into hibernation for what is a seeming eternity every twenty seven to thirty two years or so this scary clown returns to feed hearken back to our forty by some sort of mass tragedy or violent incident pennywise is a shape shifting creature who feeds on fear taking the message of anything that the protagonist I is afraid of fun fact Penny wise was inspired by what scared author Steven King the most McDonald's yes flights the already airborne scared king saw a person dressed as Ronald McDonald board the flight at the last moments summoning up the courage king ask the per clown where he was coming from and Ronald immediately snapped back with McDonald land permanently cementing the notion of a terrifying clown in the us through his work forever that is pennywise we'd like to thank our sponsors for this week McDonald's for providing health nutritious snacks for we're never gonNA get them as a sponsor I would love that I do not think that is likely that McDonald's money eat our chicken it's mostly chicken that's a good positive right there I'm all about the pink slime let me tell you right now does it look like a doug it doesn't it on Chicken Burger okay so here are the details for Ash Williams now Ash Williams Aka Ashley Joanna Williams first appeared the nine hundred eighty one film the evil dead Eh played by Bruce Campbell and created by Director Sam Raimi Ashville Liam's the unlikely hero the evil dead films and TV series has been played by demonic spirits ever since an ill-fated trip to a cabin in the woods it's with a group of friends the group unknowingly releases demons by reading the Necker Namakonha ex Mortis the economics mortis or book of the dead is bound in human flesh Russian inked in blood of course all of our kid listeners shocked Tober James with a Q. and under no circumstances should be read aloud as doing so releases evil dead or spirits who become debts a debt by the way is a lifeforce person animal or even inanimate object that is possessed by Kandar Ian Demon their cunning and manipulative and can only killed by bodily dismemberment shocked over I guess it's the season that member moment ashes known for two main weapons sought up shotgun otherwise known as boom stick and the more noticeable home light xl chainsaw which was adapted to replace his right hand which was we did an evil dead film after being possessed by dead later during the army of darkness film Ashville themselves new mechanical right hand using play chainmail gauntlet and customize spring
A Review of Stephen King's 'It'
"Today. We're discussing it star orrick harry anderson dennis christopher where should missour- annette o'toole. Tim reid john ritter and richard thomas special appearance by tim curry. The as pennywise was lonnie anderson busy like we're. We're all the sitcoms. What isn't a horror movie could get alan thicke directed directed by tommy lee wallace who does more comedy than horror no halloween three now. I guess depending on how you slice comedy. This is the the now playing co host. That's down to clown arnie and stewart and this the host who still insists he sees the ghost jacob. We're here a movie that has been so requested tested even before we started doing stephen king and then once we did. I can't count the number of times i've heard have you guys reviewed it and this is going to be the show with the most fun inflection an ever as we constantly emphasize the proper noun it yeah it is it for me. It certainly was the steven king book that i read that maybe wanna go back and read everything that he had written part of the appeal was i had just turned thirteen sixth grade and i had never taken on a book as is big as that book. My dad was a member of book of the month club but then showed up like a phone book on our doorstep over a thousand pages fourteen hundred pages weighing over four pounds at retail and you know aliens had just come out the month before and a movie and this really kicked off my horror movie phase like these were the things things that made me get so deep into horror in my teenage years i had talked to you about stephen king before this. I remember bus rides talking about it and then i remember one day you showed me your copy of it and there was a character who killed himself and you're like and he wrote this on the wall and there was a drawing join in the book. I'd never seen a book that had a drawing in it where the text goes. It looks like a letter age and i'm like i don't get it was an age. You're like no. It's it's the word it in blood and i'm like oh. That's pretty cool fast forward six months. I moved to florida. I didn't know a damn soul. Twelve hundred page book was exactly up my alley. I read it summer of eighty seven and that's the last time i read it until this year when i reread it for these reviews and i am once again the king newbie or the never have been i have not read it but i do feel like this is the one yes sure there's the shining but when i think of the shining i don't i think of king i think of kubrick the same with carrie i think of those movies but it because until two thousand seventeen eighty didn't get good adaptation. We'll talk about the nineteen ninety-one anyone but i do feel like this is the steven king book. I mean it's the scary clown which sure there's john wayne casey but this is such a trope. I feel like in horror now. I'm i'm sure this is a weird originated but i think he did popularize that whole concept. It's funny. You say that i was going to ask you. What's the first thing that comes to your mind. When when you think of it i wanna just put out there. One of my favorite things about stephen king and his first decade of output was to look at the cover because there were so many of them and i never knew what they were about hadn't seen many of the movies so it was fun to try and decipher from that picture on the cover. What is this one going to be about it. First edition hardback did not have no clown on it. It had the alien hand right clawed hand. It looked like a gremlins movie. It looked like he was was reaching his clawed hand out of sewer grates and that's how i read it.
"steven king" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Yeah. And there's a hashtag it too, and I just went in there and I wrote you split it. Don't don't do it here. Tell me you spoil again, what, you know, this is outrageous to me. Why, why are you doing this lately? You did this with the adventures. Spoiled it for people. What's going on with you? Join why are you enjoying why are you enjoying spoiling endings of people? It's the matter with you here. When it comes to it. I'm going to spoil it because the books out since nineteen Eighty-six. Okay. Okay. Everybody reads to a movie, and there was before you saw the godfather. No, okay. But the godfather was a okay. Well I was gonna say now but Steven king book, there was already a movie. He's just out there trying to get money like he just did with pets Metairie which flop. Okay. So what the last movie was huge. I went and saw it was visually a good film. But I know the story about you, about why what is it about you? That makes you going through a phase now where you're enjoying sort of spoiling the ends of these. Like, is it because? Trying to say, oh, I know it before you knew it. No, no. Brand necessary crap. So nobody what you're saying is from your point of view. The movie never should have been made the book ain't there's already a movie and there's already moved Tim curry was a better scarier clan. Okay. So for that reason you're going to, let's say, let's say there are people who are like, I don't know sixteen years of age and they weren't alive, when the last movie came out, and they want to go see this movie, you want.
McCarthy: "Action will be taken" against Steve King for white supremacy comment
"Nation that he'll have a discussion with congressman Steven king of Iowa over racist remarks king to the New York Times, I've watched on the other side that they do not take action when their members say some action will be taken. I'm having a serious conversation with congress. Steve king on his future. Enroll in this Republican party. Mccarthy says kings language has no place in America, recently, re elected to a ninth term king has since insisted. He's an advocate for western civilization. Not white supremacy or white nationalism. King says it was a mistake to use phrasing. The created an unnecessary controversy. He denied being racist. One thirty-six on WBZ up next
"steven king" Discussed on The Filmcast
"Dangerous people. And that was from the trailer for we cook. What need us to spirit remake? Brit lindsey. Thank you so much for joining me to talk about this movie. I'm sorry Dave had to run away. But I think this'll be a fun chat. And I was really interested in getting both of you on for this as well because I'm sure you both have a lot of thoughts of this movie. But I could you tell me, you know, what are your feelings on the original film? And how do you think this one holds up? Go ahead. I love the original Swiss fear, and I remember seeing it for the first time when I was like fifteen or sixteen I'm being just so blown away by what I was seeing visually. And that I like, twenty minutes terrified me. So it had a really big impact on me, especially as somebody who grew up being more visual fan than a film fan, initially and Edo I think the best way to describe how Lucas version would compare it to Dario agendas version is that there's sort of separate but equal in my eyes. I mean, it's like comparing the shining the Steven king book versus the Stanley Kubrick version and film, like they're very different. And they have like very basic narrative components in common. But what these two artists are doing with the same story is completely different. And I think that they're both fantastic in their own, right? And for different reasons entirely, cool and Lindsey your thoughts in the original. And the new one just quickly. I would largely agree. I don't have. I I do love the original on. I think it's beautiful. The score is incredible. And I contact furry then, and it just those like colors, they really sticks with you. It's not necessarily one of my favorite horror movies or one that I even have a very clear memory of like seeing for the first time. But it's one that has stood out to me for a long time. As far as how it compares. I agree. It's they're completely different to me on ously. Like, it's almost the same way. You mentioned the shining..
"steven king" Discussed on Mostly Lit Podcast
"But actually by reading the methodologies of people like. Stephen King all Flaubert when you read about how these people, right, you do. And so actually there is a kind of maybe there is a system of how to sit down and craft something. Maybe it would be good to read. These people learn from them and we say, we've done on the shoulders of giants. One wouldn't you read the Steven king book on writing Stephen King, sell millions of books. So I started to dip into over the last six and a half, seven years. And he's taught me a lot about short story writing about memoir writing, and he tends to write when he writes about himself. He quotes writer and I can't remember her name, but he quotes writer and he says that she writes with pin shop, accuracy about past. But when he writes, it's like he's writing through Gore's e curtain. It's like he's taking snapshots of his life rather than trying to tell you chapter and verse with pin sharp accuracy. Because his memory doesn't work like that. And I like that kind of way when I'm writing memoir now and I'm wind, the things I can remember, I'm not. I'm not going around talking to people in trying to go hundred people to tell me exactly what John was like, because I think that's if you remember it, write it down and that's what you remember. If you go out and seek everybody's chapter verse about your upbringing, maybe their own MP maybe it still. So I think it's better to remember the things that stand out with that fly work accuracy and get that down. And then when you read it, you think actually this is quite good, so it's best to do that. But Stephen king's thing I love is about the craft element of the writing a toolbox. It's fantastic. I won't go to detail, but he's basically the the Strunk and white trunk. It's the grandma's stuff. It's the toolbox of not how you shape sentences and ROY, why paragraphs of the way they are in the fig about the overuse about verbs, and you're going to get rid of them and. The road to hell is paved with. It's an, it's just not some bowls. It's really handy recommended to anybody..
"steven king" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman
"To start feeling special. I mean, basically that's what it was. I was trying to convince myself that I had especial angle on things, and I had something special to say in a special way, and I was trying to figure out like cata convince myself of that by doing these external things, but don't you think in the process that ridiculous if you did find. Something like that. You're on your way to figuring out who the hell you really were eventually little by little. I did find out that like all I really need to do is like live and even a very sort of mundane place and just do a little bit of work every day and I can do good work. Well, yeah. I mean, sit Arthur eventually makes that point to convince it right. Like, you know, you don't love there. I went all the way back then back to our college foot. No. But you did. Yeah, you I mean, all right, I can. I can say it's also like in in that Steven king book when the guy drinks the stuff to go take the magic trip in the talisman. Eventually the guy says to a mile, you didn't really have to do that. You don't have to really drink the stuff you're just are that. But. But most people I think don't again, these people who who want to be able to be do what you've done, and they might be made to feel foolish for taking these kind of risks or thank like, who am I to think that I can, you know, go on some backpacking trip or like, don't you think is funny as you may think as you wanna mock yourself that there was utility in it? Yeah. I mean, especially when you're young, if there's a huge value in just jumping sometimes when you're not sure exactly where you're going to land, and if you're trying to make the jump into life as a creative person, it's just it's just a metaphor away. And you know, I think my my dad always had like a real sense of wanderlust and like this romantic notion about traveling, and he would sort of force that on me. And those were few. Those those two times Paris and Argentina were cases where like I chose to believe him and and. You know, it didn't work out the way that he sort of described. It would like it wasn't so fun as he painted it. So in a way he wrong. But on the other hand, I did get the value of just plunging into something where I had no idea. I was gonna work out and you know, like we were talking about the whole self reliance thing. You're in a place all by yourself. You just. You know, I would figure out how to do it in that would somehow reinforce this feeling that I could figure it out yet. It's interesting. I think about your grandparents to each of your grandfather's how you took different things. You know the one who was a business, a business success, but who also always spoke to you about her. Thank your way through things. Then your other grandfather who did fight, you'll lows for the heavyweight title, and I'm wondering, what do you think you pulled from from each of those from each of those men? Because I think they've had you've written about emit had a big impact on you in a way the most people's grandparents don't. Well, you know, my my grandfather John paycheck who's a boxer was he was fascinating and I, you know, I knew him he, he didn't pass away until I was in my. Twenties, I think, but the conversations I had with him were limited because he had Parkinson's. And I think that it was because of his fight career. I mean, they wore the small gloves then and they didn't stop quick and they were fifteen rounders. And you know, at first I thought that it was amazing that he had jousted with greatness by fighting Joe Louis. Later on, I found out how dirty business of boxing that railroaded into taking that fight years before he would have been ready and how it was practically like a strong arm deal. And there was no, it was a setup. Basically. There's no way he was going to win. You know, I did get to have a few conversations where he would that were basically about physical courage actually in a way that regular boxers never talk about it in interviews, they never talk about that aspect of about actually being afraid in the pain and stuff like that..
"steven king" Discussed on KALW 91.7 FM
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"steven king" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"For anxiety relief microdosing steph twenty four to one cbd thc edibles that's what i would like sweet and sour widow sweden sour widow lands in the middle that's got a one to one cbd thc ratio the names of these are great stephen hawking kush it's no longer a bunch of stones it's a bunch of scientists is what it is stephen hawking kush mild relaxing effects healthy dose of cbd to acdc the writer of this as his favourite cbd's train twenty two one cbd thc ratio again the thc the psychoactive stuff cbd the not as some non psychoactive stuff which is the property such as pain relief an exiled relief harlot sue h r l e like harlequin and sue like soon nami and that's handcrafted by the late lawrence ringo the same guy that gave ringo's gift that is a functional cbd cut it's like a wine reviews really and why not sour soon nami created by the and larger than life grower an activist lawrence ringo again sour soon nami was brought into being by combining sour diesel and new york city diesel and pennywise named after the scary the steven king book but it's not scary it gets its name from jet genetic cross harlequin and jack the ripper it synthesizes jack the ripper mental clarity and even wonder one cbd thc ratio to make a strain that is functional enjoyable at almost any dose if this were a different time when and monty python around.
"steven king" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"But by an over opioid overdoses ms thirteen steven kings response don't tell that to the parents of the kids got shot in prior were county today sport because stephen king thought ms thirteen the gang was a gun he thought it was a are fifteen because he's an idiot my gosh you know tell that thought is on the list this is how dumb will he'll did niger using ms thirteen the only given covering that i will say this for all the i mean because it's these things are frequent i hate these days he talked about this i hate that this keeps happening i hate that our society is sick enough that this continues to occur but man to mass shootings really bring out the stupid of so many people and eddin luck and that's what we've been talking about the whole day pat it really does it brings of the stupid and at some level you can even understand it you're so emotional you're going to see things that are students gonna say ms thirteen is a gun your that stupid and those moments that's why don't make laws in those moments as that time to make loss because your own overcome by emotion and you're not making decisions rationally so i mean i i guess that comes back to the theme of the day here and we've seen this week we have so much you know crazy audio that we could play for you'll even even crazier the alex jones arguably and we should get to that we have your phone calls as well at eight 1770s uk but i just you know i can't at stupid and those moments that's why don't make laws in those moments as that time to make laws because your own overcome by emotion and you're not making decisions rationally so i mean i i guess that comes back to the theme of the day here and we've seen this week we have so much you know crazy audio that we could play for you'll even even crazier the my alex jones arguably and we should get to that we have your phone calls as well at eight hundred seventy seven beck but i just i can't i can't get past the way people handle these things there is no real desire for some went to solve it.
"steven king" Discussed on Teen Creeps
"The hi everybody welcome to a very special team creep some one of your host lindsay case i am another one of your hosts kelly nugent and we will be uh playing u n episode on at steven kings carrie which is very exciting it was our very first outside your episode for our 10dollar patria and uh supporters and it we're giving it to you as a preview here's why were doing that hmm as you may or may not have heard the feral audio is shutting down it will be no more now because it's founder dustin marshall um an exgirlfriend of his shared her story of um their abusive relationship he was um abusive emotionally some times physically now seemed uh and psychologically abusive as soon as we saw her statement we reached out to her and let her know that she had our full support and we were ready to leave farrell altogether took a sap um shortly after that dustin said that he would be dissolving farrell himself so instead of feral there will be a new network in place run by starbursts industries will be sbi audio a we were our invited to join that network and we are choosing not to we are not making this decision because of anybody at farrell m everybody it for all was so supportive really nice staff they helped us with admonishment and just boosting our signal you have way more listeners now thanks to pharrell um does not anything to do with them but we are aware that down harmon comes with his own problems so we you are hesitant to jump out of the frying pan and into the fire we uh we don't we don't know details of of his life but we do know that he doesn't treat his writing staffs great and particularly the women on his writing staffs um one of his community writer writers uh making ganz went back and forth with him a bit on twitter today oddly enough we saw.
"steven king" Discussed on Remainiacs â€“ the Brexit Podcast
"This was scary a clown than the one in the steven king is he is it's has nothing on him when you when you dig into this remarkable pace that it's sort of their three major fallacies one that britain is brilliant after fortyodd years in the eu but the was holding his back to is the britain has more doubts than anyone else news and part of the euro yet it's productivity likes behind eu lynchpins fonts germany again the fouled three which i think explains the first two is that even the ones that drives the brakes it was resentment with globalization versus remedy is thatcherite freemarket dolpa repackaged him breaks it wrapping paper with a ribbon of heart nationalism because he doesn't like red tape it's the it's the same prescription less regulation lower taxes on the assumption that everything witness failed to do from sort of building infrastructure projects to training young people is because of the even though manifestly is not under is hanging less regulation but oh we could have a tax on foreign purchases of housing we could have all you know more training regulate but he basically in favour regulation when he's not against it and it's just it's just full of stuff that just as just doesn't follow a toll so the the you know up our infrastructure is worse than that of france and germany in what ways that an argument for leaving the eu we should be investing more in all sorts of stuff we can't do this because the but there the and stopping you doing that the also says he has no understanding of the detail he has no understanding of high economic selects and here he has an understanding of our infrastructure all the problems he got legalities as we're about to face and that's what so shocking about this it is full of bluster and hotair edo which is addressing a particular audience because he thinks that's a way to get into power it's not about thinking about the country it's not thinking about the problems we're facing it's not thinking about how we even got to brexit know this is one of the biggest problems with this whole situation we find ourselves as far as i'm concerned is that people are not looking at this at brexit was actually the ssim tim it was.
"steven king" Discussed on Q95
"You're probably at home i could tom be more dangerous well if you only here's half of what the conversation darn it was part of it i assume that speaking of creepy emmanuel to see the film adaptation if steven kings it and an empty theatre with only one other attendee off a clown have you ever use yet christianity hotels had to be a set of this movie was sold out everywhere up the creepy clowns surrounded by empty seats holding a red balloons during a friday showing of the film i agree this had to be set out yet i v company was sending clowns right list eight the guy from what i understood he walked in he was the first one there he walked in and they clown was just sitting there is part of a joke oh later tweeted a photo of a clown in a different part of the theater with the caption now he's wandering around when one user said they would have left at the side of the clown chris replied had a chat to him he's had a chat i would say how to chat with him he's actually all right i don't know my clown mike lawn my my clown protocols were pretty simple where alone uh birthday party good empty movie theater clown ron is a medal while you know what to do when you're attacked by gruber clowns right what go for the jugular health oh the classic pretend you're a mine i dunno way over the now never mind it is a terrible thing to way a clause for protesting this movie they are i had the picture i haven't seen a can you give us i don't know anything about looks up ism evil clown is that correct josh guy takes the form of an evil clown whatever the ah it is it's just evil it's yeah with the way evils presented is not always a clown course you could have taught me i got in you could have talked to a clown in a sewer at one point you're you're wearing ahead oh you can do this why is that guy in the sewer you when you be what's going on all that and the way it set out that guy has some hands sanitizer and is disgusting you were like that is a cab now water.
"steven king" Discussed on WINS 1010
"Over thirty two gigs a month may notice reduce speeds police in bangor maine steven king's hometown seem to have a sense of humor they played a prank on him to cologne coincide with the opening of his horror movie called it based on his book the police department said thursday on facebook a red balloon was found floating you're the department stuff duck which have been the department's mascot over the years a red balloon as a call and carter penny wise the sewer dwelling homicidal clown in the book and movie lucas said in dairy main can you said the fictionalized town is based on bangor wins news time 155 a new burgers causing quite a buzz that's right what i said buzz in europe is we hear from correspondent date back they say it tastes like beef but the neubuerger that the swiss chain has started selling is made of rice chop vegetables spices and meal were lara book the stuart says it's a nutritious food that preserves the planet's resources yes there is plenty of protein about 10 grams the insect burgers illegal first since switzerland where the law now allows the sale for human consumption of not just me all were laura but also house crickets and migratory locusts the store reports that in places where they are being sold those vogue burgers are flying off the shelves by the way the un's food and drug agriculture organization has promoted insects as a source of human food saying their healthy and high in protein and and minerals so enjoy when the twos time one 56 now bloomberg money watch on tent and win what would you rather have a diamond ring or a trip to thailand a tram the by younger consumers.
"steven king" Discussed on The Vulture TV Podcast
"Also as part of the season you get a job on like a a cupcake magician shell did you have to do any kind of cupcake competition show research or did you just kind of i watched a couple of clips on youtube but the the show that we created i really don't know what happened on the show because they have like performances magician it really doesn't quite makes it but that was an idea we had in season one that we just kind of didn't do but we we had the idea of me hosting like one of these kind of threat right and so as cool we got to put it in the season this episode of the vulture tv podcast is brought to you by the at t original series mr mercedes be some steven king's bestselling novel adapted for scream by david he kelly and directed by jack bent her a demented serial killer taunsa retired police detective with a series of lourdes emails and letters now the ex cop must bring the killers to justice before he can strike again mr mercedes premiers august night that eight pm eastern pacific on audience network watch on direct tv channel to thirty nine or stream on direct tv now go to at t dot net slash mr mercedes for more information and then speaking of of eating uh that's another issue in the episode religion on which is the one about devon his parents india the admission about him eating pork i said we do have a clip from that in this time we don't have to move fell guy so let's show the clinton then we can talk about it for this social model could drucker suited emerged of go to the barrier i should the wrong time shomar commune worthy or gaza ready order i guess we'd have the mindless salad crap fundraise and a vegetarian kutty him spicy navid you want something else no no longer.
"steven king" Discussed on The Vulture TV Podcast
"Not like stage plays and not like boringly prosaic pros but there are also not like crazy experimental fiction and he's made crazy experiment began out of it you know like that's that's that's really an adaptation that's really translation that's interesting do you think that hit the way he uses images is a in and interpretation of what the book is or do you think it's he's trading his own oh i think he's creating his own thing in the same way the say stanley a stanley kubrick created his own thing at have steven king's novel to shining which i think i think shining is a terrific book in its own right but if you read the shining and then you watch his movie they have a different feeling you know they just have a different feeling in the same way with a clockwork orange and the novel that it's based on a which is also a great thing like i i almost feel like uh the handmaid's tale book and an film slash tv show like i think if you juxtaposed those tuning might get some really interesting associations because they're both about the state trained to rewire somebody's brain and make them submissive but in one case you've got a woman who is a productive lawabiding member of society and who who's not doing anything besides being a woman when she is captured in and and torment it and and repressed suppress as opposed to this guy who's sort of this unchained masculine ed who's just a rampaging criminal you know but they're both about free well but anyway i we wandered really far field here but the american god's ending his them it's novelist in a different way in that it's a it's like a one of those novels that is very delineated were every seen as very selfcontained.
"steven king" Discussed on A Cast of Kings - A Game of Thrones Podcast
"Is arbi fame as an seeven king's uh the shining to shatter miniseries on television sure was that was a great that was a great team miniseries i thought um so steven weber reading steven king's it um they are making a movie a twopart movie out of this uh with carry fakhan aga originally was going to directive but now it's being directed by momma director anti was he and they've cast it up and they're going to start shooting it so that's going to be a big subject conversation probably i dunno two thousand eighteen seem i want to get a jump on it and go ahead and listen to it's a by stephen king as rep by stephen weber which you can find on audible dot com this audio book would really fit the bill dreams of long trip because of his forty four hours fifty three minutes that is allegedly they'll get yudhijit art yeah it would kitchen garden back a few time this may again that stephen king it read by stephen weber but if you want to get a thirty day free trial in check out any other book got audible dot com slash a cast of kings we really appreciate it a lotta people have said hey wanted to support the podcasts put missed out on the kickstarted well guess what really easy way to support us just go to albacom sasha cast of kings and senate for an account and that's how you can support us it really helps and we really appreciate audible for sponsoring a season so let's move on with this week's episode of confronts a few of the seized on not that many scenes this week joining ultimately locations i don't think we checked in on danny at all that we don't think we check now on marine at all so those are two big pieces of the puzzle we didn't see what happened with semel tartly other this episode so yeah really the episode was felt quite focused.