This episode is a little different. In the first twenty minutes, I eulogize one of my furry co hosts before moving on to my review of Locke and Key, Vol 5: Clockworks.
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Hooo boy, this one's a doozy! After an eternity of promises, I finally follow through on my review of Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez's phenomenal comic book series, Locke and Key. Stay tuned through the next couple months as I make my way through the entirety of the series, marveling at Hill's plotting and characterization, and Rodriguez's ability to bring this story to life on the page. In this episode, I read some listener e-mail, iTunes reviews, and start off my review with a deep dive...
I'm alive! For real! And I'm back to give my thoughts on the It: Chapter 2 Trailer, the Doctor Sleep Trailer, Amazon's Dark Tower series, Hulu's Eyes of the Dragon announcement, The Stand casting and the first episode of NOS4A2. Phew! It's a doozy, folks. As always, if you have the opportunity, please leave a review on iTunes and write into email@example.com
Happy 200 episodes! Thank you for staying with me on this ride for this long. I really appreciate it, gang. It's been a fun one. On this episode, I read listener e-mail, iTunes reviews, share some Stephen King news and conclude with an in-depth review of the new Pet Sematary film.
I'm alive! Don't worry, everyone! I'm still here. I'm sorry for the lengthy delay in episodes, but I'm back to give an update on the health of one of our furry co-hosts, discuss the newest Pet Sematary trailer, mindlessly speculate on The Institute and a whole slew of SK and Joe Hill related news. Happy 2019!
Happy Thanksgiving! It's a jammed packed episode in which I give my general thoughts on The Haunting of Hill House, my review of the Pet Sematary trailer and a deeper look into the recent publication of Elevation. Have a great Thanksgiving, everyone. I know I'm thankful for all of the support throughout the years.