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"tony magistrelli" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

The Stephen King Boo! Club

03:18 min | Last month

"tony magistrelli" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

"Just like me personally and horror and what it means to me et CETERA. So we will have stuff for you. That is Stephen King related. Don't go anywhere. We'll be back after November having. Written of We're going to be published Stephen, King People. Yeah, we will be published Stephen King scholars known in December. We're going to bring you the second third and fourth dark tower books. Kick off next year with the two thousand, ten's. Absolutely absurd. We have one more episode coming to you. After this one before November, we have our Halloween special with Kim Collins from old gods of Appalachia we hope you enjoy it. And we. Have had a lot of fun this season. This was a really hard year. I just like in so many ways I mean, obviously the ways that everyone's having a hard year it's been hard but. People are people and that US. and. I gotta say like reading reading these books has gotten me through a lot of stuff in this last. Halloween calendar, based year. Even more than reading the books having the show having like a thing that I always need to be constantly kind of thinking about having the back of my mind and talking about is great. It's only thing that's been consistent. Throughout Crow virus didn't affect it now. It Oh yeah. So We would like to. Thank. KAYLA FISHMAN FOR OUR GRAPHIC design Monica Chan for doing our posters Bryant being are mysterious archivist Tony Magistrelli and Michael Blue in our academic mentors. A shout out to the Steven have a king. Foundation for their philanthropic work, I wanNA thank every single member of our patriot, community including I believe we have a new member this week. KC WHO Want to thank all of you guys for supporting the podcast. We really appreciate it. It really everydollar does help. We would like to thank all of our listeners we have grown so much recently. Thank, you for being here it obviously, it doesn't happen without you. I mean we do this for us kind of, but we also really love this work and we want people thinking about it, and so it's for you. We do this because you come here and listen with us and that's it's genuinely humbling. I would like to thank my curly Catholic Cutie Stephen Indra Santo I would like to thank my Sweet Bible Boy Phoenix Crockett these sign off would not make you think this is a Stephen King podcast. We would like to thank the Crimson King. All hail being the dark Lord and we are now going to sign off good night everybody. Happy. Palo..

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"tony magistrelli" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

The Stephen King Boo! Club

05:04 min | 2 months ago

"tony magistrelli" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

"Like So before we take it out, we've been gushing about this movie are quite some time and we've been gushing about the visuals of it. And so Phoenix. I wanted to see if we could come up with our own personal top-three or top-five moments in this movie because one hundreds of Hangar it's a banger right not even a question. So for me and that's no particular order cuz it's top of my head, but for me the shot where they zoom out and the only windows on the side of the building are the ones at his apartment. Oh that one effective horror imagery all of the window shots. Yes are also effective the scene where he is holding his daughter and she crumbles into Ash in his arms. That was what I was going to say. How do they it? I don't know but it's very effective thought that the Frozen room was really effective like the way that they made the frost start and then John Cusack looks around and he's like, wait what the fuc Yeah. I don't remember being very like interesting that when I was young watching this but Washington as an adult, I was like who they really transformed that set? Yeah, obviously the water section obviously when the room melts. Yeah my home of all-time favorite shots in any horror movie in terms of raw. Oh shit nests. It's a 10 out of 10 on the it factor is when they deconstruct the post office around him just cuz it feels like it shouldn't be possible as an audience watching a film that you watch a set be deconstructed into another set and it plays into this like in the back of your head. You know, that there's no way this movie can be over yet. And then it's like oh, here's how they're doing it. He gets literally like deconstructed back into the room also are the construction people in on it. Are they go off that are part of the shit that never gets explained which makes that section even scarier. I love how little gets explained in this movie. It doesn't need to because it's a psychedelic horror. That's my whole point. That's why it's effective. Yeah, great. After that when it's done being deconstructed and John Cusack sits on the edge of the bed and his fucking face. Yep. Yep. We're he's like wage because imagine right now if the room that you were in got deconstructed and you're in a nightmare that you had let's say the SAT testing facility when you're in eleventh grade again, and you've been there the whole time this movie was just such a tastemaker for me. I mean if you want to talk about what I find interesting and effective in horror, it's this movie wage. Isolation it's deep emotional baggage as horror. It's psychedelic. It's these weird inexplicable surreal choices that get made like the choice to have the like weird song Choice that's thematic. But also almost entirely random. It all just works for me. If you want to know how to write a movie for Steven and Rosanna watch 1408 speaking of that song that paved the way I mean obviously other movies have had like weird inexplicable song choices, but were you not immediately reminded of in Inception, right? No Chenoa grasp. Ah, yeah. Yeah. Yeah so dumb good. Hey watch this movie. I'll That is our episode. Unfortunately, we would like to thank Michaela fish never do our graphic design Monica Jennifer doing our posters the student a blinking foundation for their continued philanthropy and causes that we care about we'd like to thank Tony magistrelli and Michael blue and our own comic mentors. We would like to thank Brian Burnett Our Mysterious artist. I would like to thank our entire patreon Community for keeping us afloat. I would like to say thank you my wonderful fantastic audio producing get-out-the-vote Steven Andrew sadek, we gotta get a title for me because I would like to thank sweet Bible Boy Phoenix Crockett come up with something. We got will come up with it. All right. Thank you listeners for joining us on episode 50 be we will be back next week with off. Dark Tower yeah, we'll be leading into the Dark Tower with the final two books and everything's eventual Little Sisters of alloria and the titular everything's eventual such a good Prelude to The Dark Tower the Gunslinger which is coming up the week after that. Thank you all for joining us. See you then..

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"tony magistrelli" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

The Stephen King Boo! Club

02:38 min | 2 months ago

"tony magistrelli" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

"Teas. So s Hud are like utter. So let's take it over to Cujo believe it. We have to the stand based Cujo. Believe. It's today because everyone's talking about the stand doing interviews about the stand because in December a new short series, easterner rap give it. I'm stoked. Hope they do. Well, they look really pretty we'll find out. So I'm GonNa tell you that captain trips did not make its debut as virus by that name in the stand made its debut in a nineteen sixty-nine story called Night Surf that S K published in the humane literary journal Hubris. Stephen King mentioned that with his stand money, he bought a canoe. He did he bought an old town canoe, which is also the kind of canoe that I own. So that's one more wages wanted I used to say that you own the same kind of canoes Steven. Kane does I actually I promise. I. Just thought of that I was like, oh That's the same kind. Do not believe press x to doubt Hey I think that brings us to the end here. weirdly enough we would like to thank Monica Chan for doing our posters. Fishman for our graphic design, Tony, Magistrelli, and Michael. Balloon. For being our academic mentor figures. Bryant our mysterious archivist, our entire Patriot community for turning us a prophet. That's true. As well as the Stephen Tabitha King Foundation for all of the good philanthropic work they do in the state of Maine and I would like to thank Phoenix Crockett my sweet Bible boy in the not state of DC, I would like to thank my wonderful. Just. Like drop. Dead Beautiful. I tried to objectify but it's unbelievable. Stephen Indra. Sano. Also, our thoughts are out there with the people experiencing problems with fires of the entire American West is on fire. We're not talking about politically or racially or any other ways or Cova we mean on fire. And if you can donate to any of those efforts that would be awesome. Boys do and thanks to you for sticking around for fifty got damn episodes. We'll see you next week for the B side of all beside this far as I'm concerned fourteen. See you.

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"tony magistrelli" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

The Stephen King Boo! Club

02:30 min | 3 months ago

"tony magistrelli" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

"The man in the black suit, which was one of the stories we talked about today when we're talking about with the devil won the Nineteen Ninety six o Henry Award. If you don't know who oh Henry is he wrote the gift of the Maj I which is perhaps the best known American short story. Yeah Yeah. The first print of this book included an opinionated essay by Stephen King about the lost art of short stories and also makes its way into the pocket books edition oddly enough, which is what I'm reading. Awesome. How was that essay? It was kind of cool. My favorite part about it is that he laments how audio dramas are dead forever not knowing that in like straight up four to five years, they would have this huge renaissance and podcasting because audio drama like all media is really hard to fail. So i. felt kind of it's kind of be like connected to it. If. Stephen King knows that old God appalachia exists. We're going to have to tell him. We're GONNA have to Talim he'd dig it a lot. So join US next week for a dramatic reading, it's been a long time I will be reading for Y'all. I'm forgetting the name of the short story. Younger than Brown, young men Brown that is what I. Think you'll Hawthorne Yup the one in Daniel Hawthorne give it up. One and only. Yeah. Got Thanks no special. Shoes. Monica. You did our posters, Michaela fishermen who did our graphic design Tony Magistrelli. Michael Blue in our mentors end academic question insurers. We would also, of course, like to thank our entire Patriot community including our mysterious archivist Bryant. Would like to do shot out of the Stephen King Foundation they're doing good stuff we would like to thank you the listener. Thank you for being the listener. We appreciate you I'm glad you came and listen to the thing that we made, and of course, our sweet birthday boy Phoenix Crockett. Me, and of course, our curly headed soft skinned moist. Lip Stephen Bassano. Yeah. No No homoerotic subtexts bear join US next week for a bank. In short story I'm probably a little bit analysis on it. The week afterwards will be tackling the rest of the non dark tower, adjacent short stories and everything's eventual. We'll see.

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"tony magistrelli" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

The Stephen King Boo! Club

02:45 min | 4 months ago

"tony magistrelli" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

"It's also about like misogyny. And it's just so stupid good and so scary if you want like actual good hetty. Invasion horror. That's a great episode episode four, hundred of Pseudo pod. All right, let's take to coup. Joe. Believe it our fun facts corner. All lead us off here just as a reminder as to how just horrific the accident was in Stephen King's life. Here's a short list of the injuries that he recovering from while writing this book. A collapsed right lung multiple fractures of his right leg scalp laceration and of course, a broken hip. Now, PHOENIX I don't have none of those things and I ain't written shit. So like any one of those things is a huge deal. Would like take a long time to heal from and would affect your life forever yeah. So we gave this book a lot of crap but also like good Lord, Stephen King is the Terminator of mass market. Fiction. I like that. Okay. So mine is I got bored the other day. And to do some math. Which heard if you stacked up all Stephen King's bestsellers that we are going to cover in hardback if originally published that way and in paperback if not, the stack would be exactly to the inch as tall as Stephen Standing on Phoenix's shoulders without shoes. Goddamn Madman, isn't no one ever told you that. I would like to thank. For doing our posters like Vaca-, or fishermen graphic design Bryan Burnett for being our archivist. And with that, our entire patriotic community for support in the program. Monetarily. Tony, Magistrelli, and Michael, blue in for their continuing support in the academic world. Of course the Stephen and Tabitha King. Foundation for the charitable work they are doing in the state of Maine. And Use Stephen Oh, and you Phoenix, and of course you dear listener. Thank you for listening. Next week will be talking about the movie adaptation, which is. Boy You know they nailed in that it is also somethin-. This is real. So. Watch. that. Watch the movie alien is. unparalleled. masterpiece join US next week for talks here then..

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"tony magistrelli" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

The Stephen King Boo! Club

02:45 min | 6 months ago

"tony magistrelli" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

"Fun Fact For this episode is that this was Stephen? King's twelve out of what is now a total of thirty three bomb stoker awards. That when they gave him number eleven. They're like I guess we're just going to keep. Doing this also has the lifetime achievement award. Yeah I should say so Mine's a real life on factors. You know that well. You know this next because he wrote this. Did you know that man has four hundred and thirty five unincorporated townships much like tr ninety, and if you include thirty four plantations, there are more tr's than official towns of there are four hundred, fifty four in Maine they cover around half the acreage of Maine which is. I know that that's normal for you, but the idea that a random corner of Maryland would just be unincorporated bonkers. Yeah, we used to say we're going over to the TI because they have less strict like fire regulations over there, so we can have a campfire. Yeah. Don't have a fucking mayor over there. No, it's GONNA. Tell me what to deal. And there are people there there, just art like post offices and stuff because they're not incorporated. They don't pay taxes. But then they also don't have representation. They, I guess they're still represented by the state. Exactly God. They found the leap loophole. I Damn I wanNA live in tr at some point in my life either in retirement. In fact, I have one picked out to its number forty Really Nice up there. Oh Good Lord Phoenix. This has been an absolute trip. Thank you for joining me on this. Let's do our. Thank yous and try to remember what it's like to have normal people conversations I'd like to thank for one. Michaela Fishman for doing graphic design Monica Chin for our posters. You can buy with on our T. spring. I'd like to thank both Tony Magistrelli and Michael Balloon who are two of our kind of academic mentors, superstars, every single person who donates to our patriotic, including our mysterious archivist Bryant I want to thank you, dear listener for listening to this episode. They got a lot weirder than we thought it. would. The books lead us? As. We just are on the ride when we get to the recording. Never know what's going to happen, but it's always like the book. And I'd like to thank you Phoenix for being my sweet Bible boy. I'd like to thank you Steven Tower me about rain. We'll catch you guys next week. We'll all be doing a reading of some public domain gothic literature. We haven't decided quite yet. What we're going to select a nice little short story for me to read for Y'all next week, and then after that join us again for the second half of bag of bones..

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"tony magistrelli" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

The Stephen King Boo! Club

03:29 min | 7 months ago

"tony magistrelli" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

"Burst through an almost instant temporarily disabled the boat nearly level with the waves. It's half waiting splashing crew trying hard to stop the gap bailout pouring water. Some reasons why we excerpted this section first of all. This is a very difficult book to excerpt from because it's got that kind of storytelling long winded this and annisten on that Now the reason why we went with this particular selection is because you get a little bit of the uncaring nature of Moby Dick Moby Dick here standing in for the versus nature See here The wheel wailed round present black forehead at bay but in that evolution catching sight of the nearing blackhall of the ship. Seemingly seeing in it the source of persecutions he cares about seemingly moby. Dick Cares about the boat much more than he cares about eighty have being so obsessed with Moby Dick and you see in that kind of miscommunication. Almost that there's real heartbreaking irony to it this is what Phoenix had to say. This is perhaps the most famous example of man versus nature in literature and also shows how man versus nature can reflect. Man Versus. Obsession with the whale is part of his own mental decline. That's a really reduced view of easily the most analyzed piece of American literature so enjoy. Enjoy indeed now. This was sourced from a website called. American LITERATURE DOT Com. It looks like you can get the entire book Moby Dick or though AOL on that website. If you're into some kind of high minded ocean shenanigans if you like the lighthouse go read Moby Dick Please. That is what we've got for you today. Three little vignettes of what man versus nature can be. Join US next week where we will be doing. One of our main episodes Phoenix will be back with me and we will be talking about the twin book to desperation which is of course Richard Bachman 's the regulators. So get reading on that we are going to be reading through Chapter Seven. Roughly the first half of the book. keep an eye out for many of the same characters and see if any of the themes interlaced with this. I will say having read the majority of the first half the book. Man versus nature features much less prevalent which is interesting given that they're supposed to be kind of Two sides of a similar coin as it were anyway. We can't wait till you join us. Then find us on social media on facebook on twitter if you enjoy the program. Tell One person you Ikea about it. That's our whole spiel. We'd like to thank Monica. Jen for doing our posters Michaela Fishman. Doing graphic design. We'd like to thank the Stephen and Tabitha King Foundation for all of the charitable work. They do in the state of Maine. We'd like to thank Tony Magistrelli. Michael Blue and for being some of our academic advisors would of course like to thank our mysterious archivist Bryant and we would like to thank you the listener. We will see you next week. Thank you for tuning in and Yeah..

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"tony magistrelli" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

The Stephen King Boo! Club

11:14 min | 7 months ago

"tony magistrelli" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

"One of the major plot points of this book. Perhaps the thesis of this book is God is Cruel S. K. Truly believes this. He does he said it before. The philosophy of this isn't for debate here and it's not in debate up for debate in the book it's presented as fact And every character gets to that at some point. So that's one thing. Yeah this is not us being like big on our Britches like Oh these people talk about themes asshole like no like this is. You can't read three pages of this book about someone like outright staying like but God's cruel like that yeah for Real. Yeah. I'm not making that up. Bible study part one. There is a story in the Bible. where Moses takes credit for an act of God he strikes stone which fills with water for his people for this one misstep. He is not allowed into the promised. Land his very Protestant view. Catholics do a whole lot more forgiven. Not Say Protestants do none but this story is largely ignored even in the Protestant Pantheon because if people thought that one sin would keep them out of Heaven Christianity wouldn't be comforting to people. I don't really practice anymore in even hearing you say that made my stomach fuel little tights on you to keep going there champ. Get US Outta here. Keep in mind. Moses did not get into the promise land Shut the fuck up say part to an uplifting story so king data lists really really really doesn't WanNa throw David a Christian in the Roman Pagan World into the lion's den but his adviser priests make him. David is thrown in naked in some accounts and then lions are hungry on purpose. They've only had one or two Christians a week to eat Paleo Diet but God is like. Wow David is my main guy fuck. I better save him. And so the cat's curl up to date with like house pets so obviously. David in our book is David from the Bible. Lions are intrigued. Me Do you get it. Do you understand you fucking of lions. Get it the second half of the book. there's a character who's a cougar. Sure not not not a cougar. Like an older woman who prefers literal at which is the American Mountain Lion? Like it's very in your face. Great I love got. I've only got three three more four. The idea that Satan talks to you while you're praying and therefore most open comes up Such that you have to sift through the voices. This is the most nineteen ninety-five protestantism thing. I've ever heard it. This idea was only popular for a very short period in Christian history Because people got scared of praying so it shows how Christianity sort of grows over time and the philosophies change based on backpedaling and this is one of those examples. The idea of Satan isn't really present in the Bible at all and this book is Post Satanic Panic when Americans actually thought a man in a red suit was gonNA jump out whisper to them. So the reference is actually timely. Now I will say that as soon as you sorta talking about Satan. My phone went into Like daylight save your eyes mode and killed all of the blue light on my screen so you started talking about Satan and then my screen started slowly moving to a dull orange and I don't love it if we're being on which is weird because it's not like it's exactly on the hour seven fifty four. Pm I don't know what the fuck so you'd better keep going Bible boy. Get me out of here. Bible study part three. I instruct you in the way of wisdom and lead you along straight paths as a joke in this book. This is attributed to the book of adverbs. But it's actually a super popular phrase both in day to day Christianity and in alcoholics anonymous taken from proverbs four. I don't know about you but I've never been on a straight path in my life and my right boys live academic. If you get good so intriguing runs over a guy in stashes the body. He takes the blood from the guy's guts and spreads it over the doorway of the house. He stashing it in this one. I got hey I got this. I got this one so in Exodus All the firstborns are going to be killed for some reason for no reason. Let's be honest Unless y'all put sheep's blood over the door and they always tells the angel of Death to fuck off so we're being cheeky because he already killed the person inside and since he's probably deemed or something it makes sense that you'd be silly about Christian stuff. That's it man. This book is so fucking Buck Wild that I had forgotten that he does that. That's a throwaway paragraph like. Go read this Guy Damn Weird Book. I think it back. It has no throwaway paragraphs. Let's take it over to yeah next. Recommended readings We're at that point that our flu the fuck by Yeah for real welcome. Damn sorry I tell you what this is not my recommended reading but finished this book and they immediately play June. Carter's I'm all right now I distrust. That's Johnny Cash's wife in case y'All dunno lot of johnny cash in this book Johnny Cash. In this book so my recommend reading is travels with Charley. There's a joke in the book that John's GonNa write. A book called travels with Harley because he wants to Abell prize John Steinbeck won a Nobel prize and then he went and wrote travels with Charley. Which is where he drives around in his vehicle talks about the American way and he brought his dog with him so a lot of it. Not cheap like are in the Full what is it called the art of motorcycle maintenance to have no goddamn idea where you're going dude. You're out to water and I can't save you. A Zen and the art of motorcycle maintenance erronous loss of feet. The thing I will say about this too is I love as a character piece. Because it's like it's like that thing where you can only pretend to be bad at something. If you're really really good at it. Stephen King came up with the best hacky washed up writer name. Maybe ever traveled with Harley is like the dumbest most master Pretoria name you could have for collection of essays and he nails it. Stephen King crushes it and right wing. John Thinks he's about to be killed by a crazy cop. He's like my one regret. Is that stupid idea? That's how I'm going to be man. I want to recommend a horror classic. I'm gonNA lean into the genre thing and if you're going to talk about horror and the desert you have to talk about the hills have eyes now. I don't think it's the best horror movie of the early aunts but it is definitely iconic and it also has. I think maybe my favorite one sentence wikipedia summary of all time quote. This film follows a family that is targeted by a group of cannibalistic. Mutants after their car breaks down in the desert. That's it that's all you need to know. That's what it's about. They got it in one. There's desert gothic. Fix If for some fucking reason. This book isn't enough for you sick freak. I didn't know you were going to say that in the hills have eyes was actually my first horror movie really. Yeah when I was eleven with my buddy. Alex temporarily scenes. That are not good that that movie is very early. Two thousands horror where there was an emphasis on like torture and Gore and that legacy is very alive in that movie and frankly this book would have made a great early. Two thousands. Horror Adaptation is an early two thousand horror movie. Did I just set you up to slam that one down? Oh you bet I did hell. Yeah you'll be covering it next time. Yeah so if you WanNa Watch the movie after you're done reading please do. I will be joining you. Let's move onto our fun fact corner to get excited when we adaptation which I wrote a lot about in our fun factor corner honestly. These segues are coming with no effort man. We're crushing it tonight. We're going to give you two little fun facts. Mine is that This movie aired on. Tv is a made for TV movie at the same time as the American idol premier. So nobody watched it. I love that phone fax mine. Is that during the filming of this movie. The TUCSON Convention Center caught fire all of the sets and equipment destroyed and five people were injured. I believe they all survived. Now they did. They did so that fact in fact be fun. It's still fun fact. Checks out I promise so. The story is haunted. Obviously yeah absolutely. Hey thanks y'all for joining us on this journey if you couldn't tell absolutely stoked about this book and we're stuck that you could join us. Thank you to Monica Chan for doing our posters. You can get one of those designs now on a sticker on our teaspoon account so we're keeping the dream alive with those posters. Thank you Kayla Fishman for doing our album art which is also available on T. Shirt and tote bags. Thank you to our academic star studded team of Tony Magistrelli and Michael Blue in. Thank you once again. The Stephen King Foundation for doing especially during covert nineteen. Thank you to our mysterious archivist Bryant. You're killing the game We actually have some new stuff from Bryant that I if we don't get to next time we'll definitely get to it's cute up for the regulators. Yeah Yeah and thank you for all of you for tuning in especially those people that are tuning in for the first time this week. We super appreciate everybody We hope you're all staying safe doing well. We know it's a weird times out there and You know Keep in touch so yeah. Hey and thank you. Phoenix and thank you steven all right see next week. The back half of this crazy. God Damn Book..

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"tony magistrelli" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

The Stephen King Boo! Club

02:23 min | 8 months ago

"tony magistrelli" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

"So one of those like. Oh Ha ha funny coincidence. Things The two guards in the movie are named Harry and Dean Stanton And then there's a character named Tutut who is a Beasley assistant in the office Toots character in. The movie was played by an actor named Harry Dean. Stanton Oh shit. So that's I files. S Amazing Yeah. What's the term for that? There's a like a a the type of coincidence. That's really fortunate is serendipity. You've never heard of serendipity. Oh it's yeah it's day it's always Aaron Deputy. That's the the universe whatever being like. Hey Good Choice. You done did it. So our next book is going to be desperation. Has We've mentioned we're going to start with three hundred fifty sixty pages who book Schon Book back to Order John. Roth book so we're pretty excited about it. I got the audio. You're pretty excited. I'm pretty excited. Pretty excited about it. We'll be back in two weeks. Special thanks to Monica Chin. Special thanks of course as always Michaela fishermen for doing graphic design to Tony Magistrelli as well as Michael Blue in to the top of the King Foundation to our mysterious arcus Bryant Brunette who actually sent us some stuff recently so. I'm sure you'll be hearing about that. You sure will to character actor Harry Dean Stanton and of course to you dear listener into you Stephen for this all on episode into you Phoenix for really carrion. This one Thank you for bringing so much knowledge and research. I really appreciate you and I love being able to talk about this and I'm going to be. Hey I'm popping off next episode. You just wait on already stoked. We're talking magical Negro trope for our off week this week so you guys are in for it. Yeah because I know there are people out there listening like are they just not going to talk about it? We're GONNA fucking talk about over time. It's going to get its own thing because it deserves. Its own thing. We'll see you next week with that full episode of the elephant in the room. See You then bye bye is?.

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"tony magistrelli" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

The Stephen King Boo! Club

02:01 min | 9 months ago

"tony magistrelli" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

"Breath in Arizona. Cujo while incredible the U. K. Evolves this book America to when it swept the awards but it is listed as one of the UK's most beloved and most purchase books of all time. They what's your source on that. I'm concerned I think that they don't understand. How a terrible in punitive the American justice system is and. This is a great way of looking at that. It's just like there's a lot of people in the UK. This is absolutely true. Who are Full heartedly absolutely obsessed with American school shootings. Because they just don't have fat. You Know Shit that's darcus Howe Man. Yeah I mean we try not to think about it every single day. 'cause it comes up on the news every single day we try to think about it. Oh so I've got a fun fact. Fun Fact. Funds. Facts can be like fun sometimes so Frank Darabont residents frank right. Yeah right okay. It's not in the script so I was going on. He wrote the screenplay under eight weeks. Which makes me so God Damn Mad. Someone who writes that's so upsetting to me that fuck that it's so good. How did he do it? Frank Frank you killin me. We'd like to thank Frank Darabont for writing the Green Mile. We'd also like to thank Michaela Fishman for doing our graphic designs balls. Monica Chen doing our poster. We'd like to thank Jasmine Hazel. The winner of our Fan Art contest for the amazing crossed at work with I think vistaprint for providing our business cards. Yeah they turned out. I hope we share those. I would like to thank Tony. My destroy as well as local Blue Tony Magistrelli as well as Michael..

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"tony magistrelli" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

The Stephen King Boo! Club

08:29 min | 9 months ago

"tony magistrelli" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

"If you don't know Adamant Uber Characters of the Bible and people who were against the federal legalization of gay marriage in America in two thousand six hundred seven to eight. Maybe they would save the phrase over over again. It's out of me. Not Adam and Steve. So we're re appropriating it. It's Adam and Steve. Again motherfuckers you ago on this Bible Study Time Phoenix. Take us away told me about the Bible. We're all originally confronts Ed. Ed quotes a Bible passage at him and asks. Do you have any fucking doubt that? That's what it says. He quotes Matthew to sixteen. This is an angel comes to Mary. And Joseph and says hey listen King Herod is going to try to kill your baby? He doesn't know which one's yours though so he's preferred. GonNa kill every kid under the age of two and the whole kingdom compete No solution just thought you should know just a heads up What ed says is then Herod. When he saw that he was mocked of the wise men was exceedingly rough and sent forth and slew all the children that were in Bethlehem and in all the coasts thereof from two years old and under according to the time which he had diligently inquired of the wise men. So the this is the King James Version. Ed is comparing abortion to King Herod. Who May or may not be the Crimson King which I think is. Metal is how That's one interpretation. You're going to hear about during our inevitable. Dark Tower series. That's basically all I have to say about it. It's a pretty crazy portion This is one of the most important Bible verses that Christian Biblical Non literalist think about because Chris of Biblical literacy means everything in the Bible happened. Renon literally just or a biblical hope what I gather was it. Maybe yeah You know list is GonNa believe that. Truly an entire kingdoms worth of children were killed and if we if that actually happened in history we would know like there would be records of it other than this one line in the Bible. So it's A. It's a really highly thought about passage. There's no way that you can get through a Christian education not hear about it so it's an important one in Phoenix. That was about it and I appreciate it because at Forgotten Matthew. I Dunno a brief early recommended re reading before we go to recommended reading one of the places that I get a lot of fun. Little academic knowledge podcast called in our time by the BBC. It's the best academic podcast out there. You'll love it it. You should hear it. Great Cool Hair. We officially moving recommend rooting. We are officially moving onto recommended reading. Great I've got a fucking massive one. Do you want me to go first or second. Second get good so mine. Is the movie. The knowing with Nicholas Cage. I had to look through and make sure it never said this before. Started the pretty cool normal movie and then takes a wild left turn a secondary also the book the lovely bones which also was the only other book besides insomnia to make me say. Hey what the fuck out loud love it. Hey I've got kind of a serious so hey subtle subtle down you know. Hey that if you're driving close your eyes settle down. I've got three PODCASTS. To recommend in decreasing order of divisiveness the first one is a podcast called science verses Which has a really well researched. Non-judgmental look at the science and Anatomy of abortion. Had to put it out there because I it doesn't make any claims about the philosophical bat gang of life starting at conception versus live starting at birth. Or what have you which is really the backbone of a lot of disagreements about whether or not abortion is moral right so it doesn't have any of that and I think it's important to be informed no matter where you fall on the issue with what the actual doings of the human body are during pregnancy in general. That's on the table. The second one reference at the top of the episode is the podcast conversations with people who hate me which is about talking to people who have a knee jerk reaction to you because of a political stance or a difference in ideology which fits really nicely into the themes of this book a wanted. The rising tension in this book is not so much to do with the plot as it is to do with the people of dairy people who previously were maybe very close kind of coming at each other's throats as it becomes clear that they don't agree on this one issue which is kind of a massive problem right. Now if you're especially in American listener I imagine it's a problem elsewhere in the world. Divisiveness is really easy to spread online. And I think it's cool to think about ways that we can recognize each other's humanity in my third and final recommendation the least divisive recommendation. I can think of is a podcast called sleep with me. Which is a really funny sleep aid. Podcast which is purposefully so boring that it's easy to drift off too but like just engaging enough to occupy your thinking mind if you're struggling to sleep. I recommend it specifically because I've used it several times when I've been in poor health including just recently when I was dealing with a lot of pain in my in my spine which is you know is a series of fluid filled bladders. Now let's take it to. Kubilay are fun fact corner. What's funny about you saying that I'm not in you. Get Away with it now. You're not nagging. Originally you'd said air filled bags. Fluid bladder is really is what your spine is. Also it's also a Futurama. Reference is which is great and it is. Yeah Yeah I love that one fact. I've watched all of Futurama Shit. Yeah that's absolutely true but I did it pre sobriety and I need to rewatch in like actually remember it. Excellent and love that yet so. I'm really excited to like get to Washington. Now the point is we're onto cujo. Who'd like to go first? Yeah this is our front back corner. And this one's going to blow everyone out of the water Dolores Claiborne and Gerald's game were originally going to be one sing. Your novel called in the path of the eclipse. Now if you'll remember it's the only book that Phoenix. I could not agree which one was better. If it was one novel it would have caused my whole brain to melt And I would have gotten a tattoo. Stephen King's face over my own face and I would have started to commune. Worshiping Stephen King. So I'm glad that didn't happen but also would have been a good book absolutely. Here's mine. Twelve PERCENT OF PEOPLE DREAM IN BLACK AND WHITE. Only eight percent of men and half a percent of women are colorblind. So that doesn't account for it. That's wild that's true. I don't understand brains and this has been a fun. Podcast at the end of what is actually our longest recording ever. Yeah this episode did not want to get made. Thank you all for hanging in with us and for for what is. I'm sure the wildest energy we've brought I think since since Cujo maybe God I don't know what I know. He's the only thing I'm sure of. Thank you Tony Magistrelli. Thank you to Michael Blue and Monica Chen Michaela fishermen for graphic design. The Stephen King Foundation for all the charitable work. They do thank you. Phoenix Being a sport and for keeping up with my health I will always be your healer baby. That's it done the episode they. Hey thank thank you see next week..

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"tony magistrelli" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

The Stephen King Boo! Club

13:15 min | 10 months ago

"tony magistrelli" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

"Blue and say hi Michael. Hi everybody. Talking to Michael Blue in is an associate professor of English and humanities at Milligan College. Is that in Tennessee. I remember correctly it is. It's an eastern Tennessee. Very close to the border with North Carolina. Wonderful Dr Michael Bloomberg. Utm Just like myself He went a couple years before me and studied Presumably with my friend and yours Tony Magistrelli Tell us about how you I like. Met Tony and got into this. Well Tony and I have kind of a storied history I actually funny enough. I played basketball against his son in high school and And kind of got to know Tony as a very Vocal Fan of his sons team. And actually my aunt Also took classes with Toni when she was in English. Major back when Tony just started at the University of the month I was sitting earlier with the twenty one. I arrived at UVM. I was really excited to get to know him. He seemed like a really knowledgeable. But relatable professor and you know in one of those happy moments he was everything that was advertised as a professor as a mentor. Or your I immediately just fell in love with subject matter mostly because of Tony and his passion for You know you made it so interesting. And relatable and compelling I signed up for every Tony Magistrelli Class Class. That was offered really. That's was my window in before. I'm Tony Classes I. I didn't know what I wanted to do with English. Wanted to be rhetoric. But I didn't know what exact area I was going to go into. And being an attorney class really cemented for me what I was going to do with the rest of my career. I love when that happens. When professor is so into their thing that becomes your thing through Osmosis. Yeah and I think you know that really speaks volumes to tonees skills as professor. I think the students are. Uvm are extraordinarily fortunate to have some of my Tony around He's just so accessible. You know I came up. Tvm this past fall To give a talk and to be a part of one of these classes and I was just really reminded of how fortunate students are to work with Tony any. His door's always open in each. Just you know he just has. All this encyclopedic knowledge about the Gothic about Stephen King in particular the it was kind of a really nostalgic trip for me remembering when I was a young Undergrad. Who didn't really know anything? And kind of finding my way nervously Tony's office and then just in nearly feeling at and respected and you know just really brought into the fold so to speak and so I I credit Tony with with a lot for what I've been doing since I left him. It's interesting that you mentioned that trip up here. In the fall I was sitting in the back left. Quarter of that room. Which is how I even knew to look up your name in the first place. Oh Yeah I It was I was amazed at the size of class Working at a Liberal Arts College. My classes are typically smaller than easy on class but Tony really filled the seats for the Stephen King Class. I was super impressed in the level of engagement of the people in the room to You know I was just kind of astonished at how many people really really cared about Stephen King film But I guess I shouldn't be surprised. I mean Tony just makes it so interesting that people. I think flux his classes absolutely and you are either currently or have just completed writing a book with Tony Yes. I actually just completed and weirdly enough. I didn't plan it this way. I weirdly finished two bucks on Stephen King at approximately the same time and that was trusts due to you know the steed which different publishing houses work through things. But I was reading my own book on Stephen King and kind of reached out to Tony with a couple of questions as I often do. You know looking for his advice his expertise and in that process he actually suggested like. Oh man might be cool to work on something together. Don't you think and I obviously jumped at the opportunity to work with him and to you know see we could do collaboratively and we landed on this current book project that we are just finishing a going into production as we speak on on. Stephen King and what is scope of that? But the one that you're doing Tony Tony Ni- you know we kind of bouncing ideas off of each other trying to figure out what we wanted to say. What was the angle we wanted to take on Stephen King Review? We wanted to be both about his fiction. But also about adaptations Because we have a lot of interest in film adaptations of Stephen King. So you know through a lot of conversation and bouncing things back and forth. We landed on this idea of even saying in American history. And that's the title of the Bucks and through that we kind of wanted to explore how Stephen King has understood American history and presented us Kind of detract in American history. Where everything where we're going have each even just the idea of history as a discipline Seems to be something that both of us kind of have been interested in just haven't fully articulated until we got together and said okay. This seems like a topic that needs to be explored. It has lots of opportunities to branch out followed detours where they take us branch off and see. See where we were going? But that was our framework was was Stephen King and the idea of American history. That is so much fun. I can't wait to read it. I did get to read. Tony sent me. The copy of the Vietnam is ation essay. Yes yes when that was going to be presented or parts of it are being presented to Our listeners via patriotic people listening to this have perhaps have a a introduction to the book through that particular essay which I thought was very interesting. Yeah that was really one of the chapters that we knew when we were writing it really. We had stumbled on something that was really important We knew no one had really delve deeply into king's relationship to the war both personal relationship to the war. Having you know almost ended up serving in the war And his then he continued fascinated with me throughout his body of work really into never really slowed down. It seems like e kind of comes back to Vietnam. And the the thing that haunts in most maybe and so when we stumbled on History Min Nam and we just had so much to say the chapter just kind of in Israel. I think we knew that went old With that idea and that became I think a nucleus of of the rest of the book. And what is What is your book about the book? You're working on when this all came up very related topic and so that was another reason. I felt like I could Join with Tony and I still have a lot to say. There's a lot left on the cutting room floor that I had to work with My Book is called Stephen King in American politics. And so this book Explores Stephen. King's relationship to American politics from you know ranging sixty two most recent books which are dealing with what to do with Donald Trump and you know the kind of populist frenzy that's surrounding the trump presidency You know into books while it's kind of gestures Stephen King's own personal politics. Clearly he gets involved in these conversations and sometimes pretty heated ways. Really tries to stay focused on Stephen King's novels And tries to see where the complexities of American politics Unfold for us and you know Vietnam of course is a part of that conversation. That's really intersection of his treatment of history and politics together this that central importance of Vietnam in the American consciousness. Whenever I think of politics and Stephen King the first novel that comes up in my mind is the dead zone because one of the earliest one we ever did. Yes yeah I think that is part of my introduction to Stephen King in American politics book is the Dead Zone. I haven't extended discussion of. What kind of unique political statement is being made in the dead zone? What do we do with you know? The would be assassin This treatment of American politics is this really innately. Corrupt saying I it seems in Stephen King like starting with the dead zone. Politicians are always pretty unpleasant characters and you know next English professors. I think politicians are these the most dislike and Stephen King were and I was really intrigued by I what that says about us. You know our own relationship to our politicians our own relationship to the Cross to democracy so the job done is that kind of starting point. Because it's a book that really considers you know. We are acting politically. What are the ramifications of that are choosing to enter the political fray And then if if we don't what is that alternative look like for political animals? What are we and I think Stephen King's works? He's a really interesting place to explore who we are as creatures So you've got that's kind of obviously the dead zone is at the epicenter of all of them from there just branch out into a lot of other texts that pick up on similar. What's remarkable to me is really kind of consistency of kings political set of values From the seventies until today There have been some changes and I do talk about those really. I think he has a pretty established way of thinking about American politics. That we've kind of trace all the way the bodies were one of my favorite disgusting behavior had about Stephen King and politics was Regarding his essay on guns. Did you ever get into that? I did get into that and you know I it this way. In it's one of those kind of non-fiction entrance into the discussion. But you can't avoid it because it was such a lightning Rod I think And one of the lines from the book that interested me was you know he described how he has one foot in Red America and one foot in Blue anytime then extend sister session of what when quote Unquote commonsensical solution to the concrete thing. And I think that's a really Stephen King's thing to say I mean Stephen King tries to play both sides. Stephen King tries to be like a moderate voice because he's sticking to this pretty broad audience. Obviously from a practical standpoint People read Stephen King who are all across the political spectrum. And so there's a certain like Wade. Stephen King tries to find a third way tries to find some way to speak for both current. And obviously what ends up happening with something like guns? Both parents get really mad and nobody was really happy with Stephen. King's guns book mostly from the Left Corner right because he just tried to present sides and find a very pragmatic middle of the road solution. I and I think in to everybody hates them. Semi Yeah in today's political climate. A centrist like Stephen ten to sometimes ostracized or sometimes you know. There's the ones lose for Stephen King If you speak into fly over states so to speak speaking on.

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"tony magistrelli" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

The Stephen King Boo! Club

03:45 min | 10 months ago

"tony magistrelli" 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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"tony magistrelli" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

The Stephen King Boo! Club

10:18 min | 10 months ago

"tony magistrelli" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

"Incredible approachable Christ. Who Don't you close? Well she's out in schools little flappy and you can hear me like phones go. So the worst event didn't faint didn't throw up. We're going to call that a victory I also want at the top of the episodes here I tensions. We'll see what I `can-do Yeah Man it cannot be overstated. How good the props work is a little queasy? Luke Flavor member in it. Yeah Yeah Yeah I also I watched this movie directly after eating my dinner. which was a choice that that I made? Good Yeah you're having spaghetti sauce or something. Well God yet. No just the Gore effects are are really. I mean if. You're the kind of person who like like. I have a blood recipe that I know by heart. Like if you're the kind of person that does Gore prompts at all this is is a master class so check it out of this world it's R- especially because the rest of the movie is White. Maybe I think much less gruesome than the book is by and large really. I mean end. It's not but the first hour and twenty. Twenty minutes of the movie is less gruesome in the book absolutely. Yeah because especially for me. I wish they had done more with flies. And decomposition of the body was way too pretty way too long in my opinion where those and they got some cool shots out of it but like yeah. We're those I'm like walking dead people. Yeah Yeah I am. Let's give them names. They are tiffany. Hudson Marsha King Kertzman Robert Kertzman Kertzman. Kelly Muldoon in Stacey wit in that depart. Take a bow. My friends really just incredible. Couple more things I wanna you mentioned Before we talk about the dog. Let's let's get the dog. It's off on August. So good dog gets a whole second. This is the pet cemetery miniature pet cemetery. The dog actors is it yet. The dog actor crushes it. I don't know if it's one dog or multiple dogs that look similar enough to play the same part like the church in pet cemetery but this is a well trained. Dog Actor aren't in German shepherds like notoriously like the a dog to train very smart. Yeah I mean they. They have that reputation This dog does. Here's a short list of things. Is this dog. Actor does on command and to really get some good effects across this dog consistently is approaching and going away at dramatic moments. Where the person's like go away in dogs I in goes away? This dog is licking its lips. Wake when it's most gruesome to to do so excellent very good And this time just a genuinely good dog. This was almost too pretty for me. I was like I wanted to stray gross dot. I can't find the dog's name but the good word dog and loved that part. Also want to say They did not have to shoes an actor with Akron. Magli they could have just made a monstrous actor But they did they did ninety and the best one mccarroll Shuki in You know him as Yup He's all he did a good job of a giant twin peaks. I thought he killed it. especially the part where he was mocking in her at the end. Yes Yeah he's Great. There were a few shots that I thought did that whole sequence justice and then there were a few shots that I thought didn't quite think you're just right. I really liked year. Yeah I in the book I think they had the benefit of being able all to describe this character through the lens of someone who is dehydrated and having massive delusions because evatt. Yeah and you can't really do that as much with a camera you can but it can come out really campy if you're not careful so there are a few shots where like the one where he's looming in the back of the room in the darkness. Perfect gray very good. But some of the other ones where he's supposed to be darkened creepy just this he was too. I don't know he was to Like physical in in right there and new for me. What do you think yeah? It's hard because I agree with you on every point. I want to point out that as much as we talked about. Differences from the book is overall a true the source material Stephen King station overall. Yeah but yeah. I think you're absolutely right about all of that. I WANNA do is small roundup of the Stephen King references that they baked into the great land again does episode. Let's talk about all the ways. Yeah Yeah So. I collected a a short list. I don't know if you caught anything that I didn't My I don't know it got to be too much for me by the end I was like all right. I get it you like Stephen and can only we would have caught them other than the other than one of them like it. Would it takes us to get there and I think it was in there for the super fans which might gagging probably away in the writers are the most obvious one I think to everyone is at one point. Gerald refers to the dog as Cujo. Everyone gets that 'cause cujio's in the public imagination. There's one where the ghost of Gerald Gerald chairs never been a girl ever born in the world ever I have met a Garrett. He's an asshole now. He's a great dude. You take back. He's a good neighbourliness tale but Gerald is the generally accepted one in Gerald is a an an alternative right. Fine Gerald's Jayme. I get Gerald's. The search Gerald at one point says the sentence all things serve the beam. which was I thought too much of a reference because that doesn't mean anything to anyone who doesn't deeply no the law? I I think Gerald read that book. I think the book exists in the movie. That's a fun day. Okay all right you're bringing bringing me around We also get the words bag of bones twice and that yet because dark score lake and possibly The Joe Bear are also referenced in pounds. Yes so there is that Was Is there anything else I feel like it was like one or two more than made it in. Oh At one point Gerald uses the sentence. Like like you're GonNa take your medicine or something like that which I thought was probably a shining call out the way he's not as the delivery was very shining. Yeah this says when he is like maybe deciding that he is going to a content warning here rape his wife and he uses that sentence in that monstrous on stress. Way which to me? I thought felt very shining. Yes I I liked it. I didn't think it was overboard. Only because like excluding scooting Cujo it. It's only us that are going to catch it. Yeah that's probably fair. They do that in every seeking movie too. Because part of the whole Stephen King thing is that it's all all connected like that's the we have a whole segment on our normal episodes. You're right you're right. I would like to shout out our patriots subscribers. I and everyone has been supporting us this past week. We appreciate you. We are coming at you next week with Dolores Claiborne which is a similar revived. Peace I've I've started a biting into it already and it is a very different read which I think that's good I was. I knew kind of vague synopsis of it before reading it or at least like I knew the content warnings. Now's like oh I don't know if I can read another another Gerald's game this soon. After eating Gerald's game like that one broke my heart out now but the tone of it and the voice of it are so incredibly incredibly different. That if you're reading along with US you won't get too much burned just so excited for insomnia I am. I now can't wait yeah Let's think our costs. I also had costume designer out. We don't have one yet but if you wanna be our costume designer yeah if you want. Let's think our poster through designer Monica Chin. Let's think our graphic designer who did our album art Michaela Fishman think our social media consultant. Daniel saw Let's think our mysterious archivist Bryant. Let's think The Stephen King Foundation for for all they do a we. We salunke guys. Let's thank our General Academic Mentor and our boy. Tony Magistrelli and thank you Stephen. Hey thank you phoenix. I don't know why that sounded so compatible. Thank you your fight. Hey Hey thank you phoenix. Whatever thanks I gave birth all right? We'll see you next week.

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"tony magistrelli" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

The Stephen King Boo! Club

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"tony magistrelli" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

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I <Speech_Male> read kipling's <Speech_Male> greatest literary <Speech_Male> achievement <Speech_Male> was <Speech_Male> contributing <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> to Stephen King's <Speech_Male> misery. <Speech_Male> Take <Speech_Male> Editing <Speech_Male> Stephen Thrown some like <Speech_Male> bullhorns <Speech_Male> and staff <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> it's alliterative <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> who would <Speech_Male> win <Speech_Male> I've <Speech_Male> got some less stupid. <Speech_Male> The <Speech_Male> villain in Doctor <Speech_Male> Sleep which <Speech_Male> there is a movie adaptation <Speech_Male> coming <Speech_Male> out soon. <Speech_Male> If you're listening <Speech_Male> to this. In contemporary temporary <Speech_Male> times it will be <Speech_Male> November eighth. <Speech_Male> This was <Speech_Male> twenty. Nineteen if you're <Speech_Male> listening in the future <Speech_Male> the <Speech_Male> villain in that <Speech_Male> book slash movie <Speech_Male> was <Speech_Male> named <Speech_Male> After mysterious <Speech_Male> the Spiderman <Speech_Male> Villain <Speech_Male> which is <Speech_Male> my favorite of <Speech_Male> very stupid <Speech_Male> literary parallel <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> so <Speech_Male> Yeah that's what do <Speech_Male> we have for you tune <Speech_Male> in next <Speech_Male> week. I don't <Speech_Male> know what happened to my voice <Speech_Male> tune <Speech_Male> in next <Speech_Male> week for our <SpeakerChange> Halloween <Speech_Male> spooked. <Speech_Male> ACURA dealer <Speech_Male> Ah <Speech_Male> which is <Speech_Male> going to be just a bunch <Speech_Male> of our favorite segments <Speech_Male> all kind of mushed <Speech_Male> together in <Speech_Male> a little bit of a retrospective <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> on the first <Speech_Male> year of this project <Speech_Male> which which <Speech_Male> <hes> we've <Speech_Male> been having an <Speech_Male> absolute <Speech_Male> blast with <Speech_Male> thank you <Silence> Phoenix <Speech_Male> for <Speech_Male> being my co host <Speech_Male> on this episode <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> Steven in <Speech_Male> for <Speech_Male> being curly <Speech_Male> headed in <Speech_Male> to boot. Oh <Speech_Male> thank you. <Speech_Male> Daniel suffer helping <Speech_Male> out with our social media <Speech_Male> strategy. <Speech_Male> Thanks Monica Chen <Speech_Male> for our poster design. <Speech_Male> Thank you you too <Speech_Male> Michaela Fishman for <Speech_Male> our primary graphic <Speech_Male> design. <Speech_Male> Shout out to Stephen <Speech_Male> King <Speech_Male> Foundation for support <Speech_Male> in the state of Maine. <Speech_Male> Thanks to our library <Speech_Male> policeman man <Speech_Male> who has <Speech_Male> fun <SpeakerChange> stuff for <Speech_Male> us now again. <Speech_Male> I saved our <Speech_Male> library. Policemen's <Speech_Male> this week to put <Speech_Male> them in <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> good <Speech_Male> thanks <Speech_Male> to Tony Magistrelli <Speech_Male> for your <Speech_Male> continued <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> mentorship. <Speech_Male> Hey and listener. <Speech_Male> Whoever you <Speech_Male> are <Speech_Male> thank you thank <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> you? <Speech_Male> Thank you Kathy Bates. <Speech_Male> Yeah Oh the <Speech_Male> one that we're doing <Speech_Male> after misery <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> will be. Tommy knockers <Speech_Male> so <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> to park strap <Speech_Male> in <Speech_Music_Male> Zach <SpeakerChange> get weird. <Music> Bye