Castle Rock Radio: A Stephen King Podcast

Castle Rock Radio: A Stephen King Podcast

Synopsis

Comedic conversations about the works of Stephen King, hosted by Max Booth III and Lori Michelle of Perpetual Motion Machine Publishing.

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Episodes

  • 99 - Doctor Sleep
    99 - Doctor Sleep
    Duration: 02h11min | 29/11/2019

    In this week's episode, we're talking about the very mediocre sequel to The Shining (and Mike Flanagan's surprisingly awesome adaptation). Did these vaping vampires seriously tailgate 9/11? Is this magical cat actually murdering all of these elderly people? Why is Dan Torrance even in this book? ALSO: Is Stephen King afraid of hats? Pre-order Touch the Night. Browse the books we publish. Support us on Patreon. Buy a Castle Rock Radio T-shirt.

  • 98 - Castle Rock (SE2EP2 New Jerusalem)
    98 - Castle Rock (SE2EP2 "New Jerusalem")
    Duration: 33min | 07/11/2019

    In this week's episode, we tackle episode two, season two of Hulu's Castle Rock and ask the important questions, such as: Does Batman exist in the Stephen King universe? and What is a group of vampires called? Also, if you've ever wanted to know what happens when a bat gets trapped in a hotel room, this is the podcast you want to download. Browse the books we publish. Support us on Patreon. Buy a Castle Rock Radio T-shirt.

  • 97 - Castle Rock (SE2EP1 Let the River Run)
    97 - Castle Rock (SE2EP1 "Let the River Run")
    Duration: 49min | 30/10/2019

    Gather 'round, dirty birds, it's time for season two of Hulu's Castle Rock! Why are child actors always so terrible? Do ice cream scoopers have more than one use? Is it ever okay to play Snow Patrol covers? ALSO: Do we have an actual sun dog on our hands here? Browse the books we publish. Support us on Patreon. Buy a Castle Rock Radio T-shirt.

  • Castle Rock Call: 10.28.19
    Castle Rock Call: 10.28.19
    Duration: 33min | 28/10/2019

    In this interlude from our main program, we discuss turning Stephen King's house into a writers' retreat, upcoming adaptations of Doctor Sleep and The Outsider, his newest novel The Institute, Shudder's Creepshow show, San Antonio's Stephen King Horror Fest, W. P. Johnson's The Eight Eyes That Watch You Die, and Hulu's Castle Rock series. We also asked our Constant Listeners which Stephen King villains they thought they could annihilate, then we read their answers on the podcast. Browse the books we publish. Support us on Patreon. Buy a Castle Rock Radio T-shirt.

  • 96 - Creepshow (1982)
    96 - Creepshow (1982)
    Duration: 01h12min | 17/10/2019

    In this week's episode, we tackle the 1982 collaboration between Stephen King and George A. Romero. It's Creepshow, baby! Why does whiskey raise the dead? Is Jordy Verrill actually still alive? And what's the deal with Leslie Nielsen's farting machine? ALSO: Stephen King took a prepubescent Joe Hill to McDonald's with a handprint across his face at 1:00 A.M. Guess what happened. Browse the books we publish. Support us on Patreon. Buy a Castle Rock Radio T-shirt.

  • 95 - It Grows on You
    95 - It Grows on You
    Duration: 47min | 20/09/2019

    Good evening. This week on the podcast, we're talking about a bunch of old men sitting around doing nothing. Does this story contain some of the most perverted imagery in all of King's bibliography? Probably not, but it's awfully close. Order Tales from the Crust: A Pizza Horror Anthology. Order Dark Moon Digest Issue #36. Something Indecent event page. Browse the books we publish. Support us on Patreon. Buy a Castle Rock Radio T-shirt.

  • 94 - Sometimes They Come Back
    94 - Sometimes They Come Back
    Duration: 41min | 07/09/2019

    In this week's episode, we discuss the short story that inspired a very unnecessary trilogy of straight-to-DVD film adaptations. It's a greaser's paradise in Stephen King Land, baby! Order Tales from the Crust: A Pizza Horror Anthology. Order Dark Moon Digest Issue #36. Something Indecent event page. Browse the books we publish. Support us on Patreon. Buy a Castle Rock Radio T-shirt.

  • 93 - In the Tall Grass
    93 - In the Tall Grass
    Duration: 50min | 09/08/2019

    In this week's episode, we're talking about the novelette Stephen King and Joe Hill co-wrote together, roadside attractions, and the national pastime of incest. Order Tales from the Crust: A Pizza Horror Anthology. Order Dark Moon Digest Issue #36. Browse the books we publish. Support us on Patreon. Buy a Castle Rock Radio T-shirt.

  • 92 - The Sun Dog
    92 - The Sun Dog
    Duration: 01h09min | 22/06/2019

    Waaazzz up, my sun dawwwwgs! Betty Rocksteady joined us to discuss Stephen King's novella about a rowdy teen and his spooooky camera. Purchase tickets to Max's werewolf event in L.A. Browse the books we publish. Support us on Patreon. Buy a Castle Rock Radio T-shirt.

  • 91 - Gramma
    91 - Gramma
    Duration: 36min | 07/06/2019

    In this week's episode, we're talking about spooky satanic grammas. "Gramma" was also adapted into a episode of The (New (Old)) Twilight Zone, penned by Harlan Ellison for some reason??? Anyway: Hail Satan, and don't forget to eat your cookies. [SHOW NOTES] Purchase tickets to Max's werewolf event in L.A. Browse the books we publish. Support us on Patreon. Buy a Castle Rock Radio T-shirt.

  • Ghoulish (Trailer)
    Ghoulish (Trailer)
    Duration: 01min | 02/06/2019

    GHOULISH is a weekly comedy podcast celebrating all things spooky, hosted by Max Booth III. Episode one, featuring an interview with Brian Keene, is now available. Go subscribe! www.GhoulishPod.com 

  • 90 - Gray Matter
    90 - Gray Matter
    Duration: 41min | 30/05/2019

    In this week's episode, we're talking about hot sludge dads from Stephen King's "Gray Matter", first published in Cavalier and later collected in Night Shift. Does this story take place in the IT universe? Probably! [SHOW NOTES] Purchase tickets to Max's werewolf event in L.A. Browse the books we publish. Support us on Patreon. Buy a Castle Rock Radio T-shirt.

  • 89 - Afterlife
    89 - Afterlife
    Duration: 31min | 24/05/2019

    In this week's episode, we're talking about what is barely half a short story. Did King just give up on this thing immediately? Also: is Purgatory Deskman the worst job in history, or the best? SK News: Film and TV adaptation news for The Eyes of the Dragon and The Long Walk! Browse the books we publish. Support us on Patreon. Buy a Castle Rock Radio T-shirt.

  • 88 - Children of the Corn III: Urban Harvest
    88 - Children of the Corn III: Urban Harvest
    Duration: 01h11min | 16/05/2019

    In this week's episode, we return to Children of the Corn country to discuss the third installment in the series. Behold: plastic corn, pervert hobos, and middle-aged teenagers! This might actually be the best of the entire series. SK News: New trailer for IT: Chapter Two and King announced his latest novel scheduled for 2020. [SHOW NOTES] Get 10% off on The Writhing Skies with discount code "ThisIsRocksteady" Browse the books we publish. Support us on Patreon. Buy a Castle Rock Radio T-shirt.

  • 87 - Rest Stop
    87 - Rest Stop
    Duration: 37min | 09/05/2019

    In this week's episode, we're talking about alter egos and whether or not Stephen King has actually murdered someone before. All we're saying is, someone should probably take a closer look in Florida. That's right, baby! It's "Rest Stop" from Just After Sunset. [SHOW NOTES] Purchase tickets to Max's werewolf event in L.A. Browse the books we publish. Support us on Patreon. Buy a Castle Rock Radio T-shirt.

  • 86 - The End of the Whole Mess
    86 - The End of the Whole Mess
    Duration: 45min | 03/05/2019

    In this week's episode, we're tackling King's Flowers for Algernon knock-off story, "The End of the Whole Mess". If this guy is in the process of dying, maybe he should get to the point already? Nobody cares about your stupid childhood, man. Also: Is Baby Mop a musical genre? Probably not. SK News: There's going to be a sequel to Gwendy's Button Box. Holy crap. [SHOW NOTES] Purchase tickets to Max's werewolf event in L.A. Browse the books we publish. Support us on Patreon. Buy a Castle Rock Radio T-shirt.

  • 85 - Pet Sematary
    85 - Pet Sematary
    Duration: 02h24min | 06/04/2019

    In this week's episode, we tackle one of King's best novels alongside special guests Lisa Quigley and Mackenzie Kiera from the Ladies of the Fright podcast. Why doesn't this family just build a fence? Does Louis Creed actually have a medical degree or is he some bizarre conman? And when has slapping someone who's hysterical ever actually helped matters? PLUS: Should a sexy sponge glove replace the current Bram Stoker award? [SHOW NOTES] Listen to Ladies of the Fright. Browse the books we publish. Support us on Patreon. Buy a Castle Rock Radio T-shirt.  

  • 84 - Herman Wouk is Still Alive
    84 - Herman Wouk is Still Alive
    Duration: 01h29min | 29/03/2019

    In this week’s episode, special guest Brian Asman joins us to talk about the short story Stephen King only wrote because he lost a bet. “Herman Wouk is Still Alive” demonstrates many things, especially the fact that even in 2011 Stephen King still suffered from an embarrassing case of fat-phobia. Also, what the hell is with the children’s first names in this story? Was that also part of the bet? SK NEWS (w/ substitute co-host Betty Rocksteady): The Dark Tower TV show casts its two leads, and Joe Hill has a new story collection coming out. [SHOW NOTES] Purchase Brian Asman's I'm Not Even Supposed to Be Here Today. Tickets for Max Booth's Los Angeles werewolf show. Browse the books we publish. Support us on Patreon. Buy a Castle Rock Radio T-shirt.

  • 83 - The Reploids
    83 - The Reploids
    Duration: 35min | 21/03/2019

    In this week's episode, we take a look at a Stephen King short story most constant readers have never read. "The Reploids" has never appeared in one of King's story collections. But for good reason? That's what we're trying to figure out. [SHOW NOTES] Browse the books we publish. Support us on Patreon. Buy a Castle Rock Radio T-shirt.

  • 82 - Suffer the Little Children / Sneakers
    82 - Suffer the Little Children / Sneakers
    Duration: 52min | 14/03/2019

    In this week's episode, we're talking about teachers who shoot their weirdo alien students and music producers who are afraid of footwear. Do you often enter bathroom stalls holding fully sharpened pencils in a stabbing motion? Well, maybe you oughta start. [SHOW NOTES] Browse the books we publish. Support us on Patreon. Buy a Castle Rock Radio T-shirt.

  • 81 - Two Years of Stephen King Dick Jokes (QA)
    81 - Two Years of Stephen King Dick Jokes (Q&A)
    Duration: 32min | 08/03/2019

    You gave us the Qs, and we gave you the As. Support us on Patreon at www.patreon.com/pmmpublishing 

  • 80 - Cycle of the Werewolf
    80 - Cycle of the Werewolf
    Duration: 02h45min | 23/02/2019

    In this week's episode, we celebrate the release of Max's new werewolf novel by discussing Stephen King's Cycle of the Werewolf. Can a flower really infect someone with lycanthropy? How come people love fireworks so much? And also: Is Max the only person on this planet who's ever seen Simon Birch? All of that and much more, so tune in and enjoy! [SHOW NOTES] Purchase Carnivorous Lunar Activities. Support us on Patreon. Buy a Castle Rock Radio T-shirt.

  • 79 - The Atrocious Dad Jokes of Stephen King: An Investigation
    79 - The Atrocious Dad Jokes of Stephen King: An Investigation
    Duration: 01h19min | 14/02/2019

    Consider this episode an intervention. Stephen King has a big problem, and we’re here to help him. Also, there’s a good chance a bagpipe player might be harassing him. Jessica McHugh joins us to help judge King’s many, many atrocious dad joke tweets. [SHOW NOTES] Purchase Jessica McHugh's Nightly Owl, Fatal Raven. Purchase George Daniel Lea's Born in Blood. Support us on Patreon. Buy a Castle Rock Radio T-shirt. Pre-order Max's new FANGORIA novel.

  • 78 - Popsy
    78 - Popsy
    Duration: 01h29min | 09/02/2019

    In this week's episode, Bob Pastorella joins us once again to discuss the unofficial sequel to Stephen King's "The Night Flier". Was this grandpa vampire seriously just taking his grandson to the mall for some Ninja Turtle action figures? We certainly hope so.   SK News: Stephen King has a new novel coming out this September, plus Mile 81 is getting the movie treatment.   [SHOW NOTES] Purchase Bob Pastorella's Mojo Rising. Purchase 32 White Horses on a Vermillion Hill. Purchase George Daniel Lea's Born in Blood. Support us on Patreon. Buy a Castle Rock Radio T-shirt. Pre-order Max's new FANGORIA novel.

  • 77 - The Night Flier
    77 - The Night Flier
    Duration: 01h25min | 31/01/2019

    In this week's episode, Bob Pastorella joins us as we crack a brand new Stephen King conspiracy wide open. Who really is the Night Flier, and why is he peeing blood? The answers can only be found here at Castle Rock Radio. [SHOW NOTES] Purchase Bob Pastorella's Mojo Rising. Support us on Patreon. Buy a Castle Rock Radio T-shirt. Pre-order Max's new FANGORIA novel.

  • 76 - Chattery Teeth
    76 - Chattery Teeth
    Duration: 01h03min | 24/01/2019

    In this week's episode, we discuss roadside attractions and innocent pranks that have gone very, very wrong. Betty Rocksteady joins us as we dig deep into Stephen King's "Chattery Teeth" from Nightmares & Dreamscapes. [SHOW NOTES] Purchase Betty Rocksteady's The Writhing Skies. Support us on Patreon. Buy a Castle Rock Radio T-shirt. Pre-order Max's new FANGORIA novel.

  • 75 - The Jaunt
    75 - The Jaunt
    Duration: 01h13min | 17/01/2019

    In this week's episode, we ask the age-old question: Why does pink lemonade taste better than regular lemonade? Oh, and we also discuss Stephen King's "The Jaunt" from 1985's Skeleton Crew. Then, for reasons, we read the Wikipedia page for Alfred Bester's The Stars My Destination. Things get very confusing. [SHOW NOTES] Purchase Qualia Nous. Support us on Patreon. Buy a Castle Rock Radio T-shirt. Pre-order Max's new FANGORIA novel.

  • 74 - Stanley Kubricks The Shining
    74 - Stanley Kubrick's The Shining
    Duration: 01h04min | 11/01/2019

    In this week’s episode, we go through Stanley Kubrick’s infamous film adaptation of Stephen King’s The Shining. Was King being a big baby about getting his screenplay rejected? Did Kubrick abuse Shelley Duvall? Also, to get Jack Nicholson in the right agitated mood, he was only fed cheese sandwiches for two weeks, which he hates. [SHOW NOTES] Support us on Patreon. Buy a Castle Rock Radio T-shirt. Pre-order Max's new FANGORIA novel.

  • 73 - The Shining
    73 - The Shining
    Duration: 02h40min | 27/12/2018

    In the last episode of 2018, we tackle one of Stephen King's greatest novels, The Shining. What inspired the story, and what was King's writing process like? Is Danny reading his parents' thoughts all the time? Are Jack and Wendy the horniest parents to ever grace the pages of horror literature? Possibly! Tune in and find out. [SHOW NOTES] Support us on Patreon. Buy a Castle Rock Radio T-shirt. Pre-order Max's new FANGORIA novel.

  • 72 - Before the Play (The Lost Prologue to The Shining)
    72 - Before the Play (The Lost Prologue to The Shining)
    Duration: 43min | 19/12/2018

    In this week's episode, we prepare our lengthy read of The Shining by first discussing Stephen King's "lost" prologue to the novel, which turns out to basically just be a montage of spooky incidents surrounding the Overlook Hotel. Should this have been cut from the original manuscript? Tune in and find out! [Show Notes] Support us on Patreon. Buy a Castle Rock Radio T-shirt. Pre-order Max's new FANGORIA novel.

  • 71 - The Breathing Method
    71 - The Breathing Method
    Duration: 01h08min | 13/12/2018

    In this week's episode, Betty Rocksteady joins us to discuss "The Breathing Method" from Stephen King's Different Seasons. Why isn't this novella bookending the collection? What's up with this weird spooky building? Can someone actually drown in a phone booth? And also: Max tells everybody about the time he was trapped in a bathroom. Buy Betty Rocksteady's The Writhing Skies: http://a.co/d/fsf8epD Support us on Patreon at www.Patreon.com/PMMPUBLISHING 

  • 70 - Interview: Stephen Spignesi
    70 - Interview: Stephen Spignesi
    Duration: 01h02min | 06/12/2018

    Stephen Spignesi joins us on the program to discuss his many years of studying the writing of Stephen King. His latest book, Stephen King, American Master: A Creepy Corpus of Facts About Stephen King & His Work, is available now. SK News: We now have a lead cast for HBO's The Outsider, plus Shudder added a ton of King adaptations to its archive. If you dig the show, consider supporting us on Patreon at www.Patreon.com/PMMPUBLISHING 

  • 69 - Coffey on the Mile (The Green Mile #6)
    69 - Coffey on the Mile (The Green Mile #6)
    Duration: 49min | 29/11/2018

    In the conclusion of Stephen King's The Green Mile, we contemplate whether or not Paul will live thousands of years. We also wonder what kind of whacky adventures Mr. Jingles goes on after leaving the prison. Support us on Patreon at www.Patreon.com/PMMPUBLISHING 

  • 68 - Night Journey (The Green Mile #5)
    68 - Night Journey (The Green Mile #5)
    Duration: 01h06min | 24/11/2018

    In the fifth installment of The Green Mile, we wonder why Stephen King didn't fully commit to this demon possession that he so obviously wanted to write about. We also discover an archive of old Tijuana Bibles and things get very, very gross. Consider yourself warned. Support us on Patreon at www.Patreon.com/PMMPUBLISHING  Buy a T-shirt at https://www.teepublic.com/user/pmmpublishing 

  • 67 - The Bad Death of Eduard Delacroix (The Green Mile #4)
    67 - The Bad Death of Eduard Delacroix (The Green Mile #4)
    Duration: 38min | 16/11/2018

    In the fourth installment of Stephen King's The Green Mile, John Coffey blows into a mouse's butthole and Paul lends out a shoe. Support us on Patreon at www.Patreon.com/PMMPUBLISHING 

  • 66 - Elevation
    66 - Elevation
    Duration: 01h07min | 08/11/2018

    In this week's episode we take a look at Stephen King's new Castle Rock novella, Elevation, and discover the cure to homophobia is...straight white men? Uh-oh. Here's a drinking game for ya: Take a shot of bleach every time the word "elevated" is used. Also, someone needs to hire Bruce Campbell immediately and turn this into the slapstick comedy it so desperately deserves to be. SK NEWS: Hard Case Crime is reissuing The Colorado Kid with a gorgeous new illustrated edition. Pre-order Max's new FANGORIA novel, Carnivorous Lunar Activities. Order Dark Moon Digest #32/33. Support us on Patreon. Buy a T-shirt.  

  • 65 - Coffeys Hands (The Green Mile #3)
    65 - Coffey's Hands (The Green Mile #3)
    Duration: 36min | 02/11/2018

    In the third installment of Stephen King's The Green Mile, we once again revisit urination and magical mice. But also, are we given a hint to the origin story behind the weird finger creature from his short story, "The Moving Finger"? Maybe! Tune in and find out. KING NEWS: Elevation is now out, and Joyland's being made into a TV show. Join The Splatter Club. Pre-order Max's new FANGORIA novel, Carnivorous Lunar Activities. Order Betty Rocksteady's The Writhing Skies. Support us on Patreon. Buy a T-shirt.

  • 64 - Halloween QA (2018)
    64 - Halloween Q&A (2018)
    Duration: 51min | 25/10/2018

    Lori and Max answered all of your questions in the latest episode of Castle Rock Radio. Have a spooky Halloween. Pre-order Max's new FANGORIA novel, Carnivorous Lunar Activities. Order Betty Rocksteady's The Writhing Skies. Support us on Patreon. Buy a T-shirt.

  • 63 - The Mouse on the Mile (The Green Mile #2)
    63 - The Mouse on the Mile (The Green Mile #2)
    Duration: 54min | 18/10/2018

    We hope you're dying to hear about a mouse and some dude's pee issues, because that's pretty much the only thing going on in the second installment of Stephen King's The Green Mile. Also, why wasn't this adapted as a Disney cartoon musical? SK News: Elevation is coming soon, and the first trailer for Pet Sematary just dropped. Pre-order Max's new FANGORIA novel, Carnivorous Lunar Activities. Order Betty Rocksteady's The Writhing Skies. Support us on Patreon. Buy a T-shirt.

  • 62 - Castle Rock (SE1EP10 Romans)
    62 - Castle Rock (SE1EP10 "Romans")
    Duration: 27min | 27/09/2018

    In the season one finale of Hulu's Castle Rock, we are all left disappointed and wondering what could have been if only the writers hadn't completely given up on their characters. Support us on Patreon www.Patreon.com/PMMPUBLISHING 

  • 61 - Castle Rock (SE1EP9 Henry Deaver)
    61 - Castle Rock (SE1EP9 "Henry Deaver")
    Duration: 22min | 26/09/2018

    In the ninth episode of Hulu's Castle Rock, we travel to Bizarro Castle Rock and meet a white-washed Henry Deaver. Support the show on Patreon www.Patreon.com/PMMPUBLISHING 

  • 60 - The Two Dead Girls (The Green Mile #1)
    60 - The Two Dead Girls (The Green Mile #1)
    Duration: 34min | 22/09/2018

    This week on the show we're talking about the first installment of Stephen King's prison serial, The Green Mile, from 1996. In "The Two Dead Girls" we are introduced to a magical mouse, penis problems, and the titular two dead girls. Buy a Castle Rock Radio T-shirt Support us on Patreon www.Patreon.com/PMMPUBLISHING 

  • 59 - Castle Rock (SE1EP8 Past Perfect)
    59 - Castle Rock (SE1EP8 "Past Perfect")
    Duration: 20min | 18/09/2018

    In the eighth episode of Hulu's Castle Rock, a married couple open up a murder-themed bed and breakfast and things go pretty much as you'd expect. Support us on Patreon www.Patreon.com/PMMPUBLISHING 

  • 58 - The Reapers Image / The Reach
    58 - The Reaper's Image / The Reach
    Duration: 49min | 13/09/2018

    In the podcast's first ever double feature episode, we begin by discussing a spooooky mirror story, then turn things around with a classic "time will kill us all, even if you live on a small island" tale. ALSO: We create a new story idea too stupid to even write down here. You'll just have to listen and find out just how dumb it truly is. If you dig the program, please support us on Patreon www.Patreon.com/PMMPUBLISHING 

  • 57 - Castle Rock (SE1EP7 The Queen)
    57 - Castle Rock (SE1EP7 "The Queen")
    Duration: 19min | 11/09/2018

    In the seventh episode of Hulu's Castle Rock, we backtrack and relive certain events through Ruth's POV in what may be the coolest way dementia's ever been portrayed on screen. Things also get super Stephen King-y. It's so great. All Hail the Crimson King. Support us on Patreon www.Patreon.com/PMMPUBLISHING 

  • 56 - Castle Rock (SE1EP6 Filter)
    56 - Castle Rock (SE1EP6 "Filter")
    Duration: 30min | 10/09/2018

    In the sixth episode of Hulu's Castle Rock, we fall deep into Stephen King territory after Henry stumbles upon a pair of peculiar fellas in the woods. ALSO: Would a mime podcast just be a straight hour of silence? Tune in and find out! Support the show by dropping a dollar or two on our Patreon www.Patreon.com/PMMPUBLISHING  

  • 55 - Castle Rock (SE1EP5 Harvest)
    55 - Castle Rock (SE1EP5 "Harvest")
    Duration: 18min | 06/09/2018

    In the fifth episode of Hulu's Castle Rock, we are once again gifted with Bill Skarsgard's bare butt and it is a glorious sight to behold. Also, is it legal to boobytrap your own corpse to fend off potential necrophiliacs? Support us on Patreon at www.Patreon.com/PMMPUBLISHING 

  • 54 - Castle Rock (SE1EP4 The Box)
    54 - Castle Rock (SE1EP4 "The Box")
    Duration: 23min | 23/08/2018

    In the fourth episode of Hulu's Castle Rock, Henry searches for his fake dead dad and a Shawshank guard finally snaps. ALSO: Tom Waits singing "If You're Happy and You Know It"? Support us on Patreon at www.Patreon.com/PMMPUBLISHING 

  • 53 - Castle Rock (SE1EP3 Living Color)
    53 - Castle Rock (SE1EP3 "Living Color")
    Duration: 19min | 16/08/2018

    In the third episode of Hulu's Castle Rock, Molly Strand is doing whatever the hell she wants, and we couldn't be more pleased. Is she aided by the dark witchcraft of The Crimson King? Does the fact that 27 years have passed since Henry's weird shenanigans took place mean something? AND...is the devil, in fact, a duck? Support us on Patreon at www.Patreon.com/PMMPUBLISHING 

  • 52 - Castle Rock (SE1EP2 Habeas Corpus)
    52 - Castle Rock (SE1EP2 "Habeas Corpus")
    Duration: 33min | 06/08/2018

    In the second episode of Hulu's Castle Rock, we learn more about the town's background and question when easter eggs are relevant and when they're unnecessary. Fresh out of the hatch, headless Terry O'Quinn narrates us through a fun mystery involving book-lovin' nazis, luncheonette sexcapades, and a whacky know-it-all by the name of Jackie Torrance (DO YOU GET IT?). If you dig the show, support us on Patreon at www.Patreon.com/PMMPUBLISHING

  • 51 - Castle Rock (SE1EP1 Severance)
    51 - Castle Rock (SE1EP1 "Severance")
    Duration: 35min | 06/08/2018

    J.J. Abrams gets Terry O'Quinn back onto a new show and the first thing he does is stick him down a hatch again. Hulu's first episode of Castle Rock raises many questions, such as "Why is Bill Skarsgard so handsome?" and "What turned Alan Pangborn into such an awesome scumbag?" and "Where do I remember that one actor from?"   If you dig the show, please support us on Patreon at www.Patreon.com/PMMPUBLISHING 

  • 50 - The Lawnmower Man (1992)
    50 - The Lawnmower Man (1992)
    Duration: 01h10min | 20/07/2018

    It's the 50th episode of Castle Rock Radio, baby! We're returning to our roots and discussing The Lawnmower Man again, only this time we're focusing on the extremely excellent film adaptation directed and co-written by Brett Leonard and starring Jeff Fahey and Pierce Brosnan. Why do scientists never anticipate test monkeys uprising? Did Brosnan's wife really leave him because he wouldn't take her to the city? Does this movie contain the grossest sex scene in cinema history? ALSO: Brett Leonard totally wrote his own Wikipedia page. We're on to you, dude. Support us on Patreon at www.patreon.com/PMMPUBLISHING

  • 49 - Dolans Cadillac
    49 - Dolan's Cadillac
    Duration: 02h34min | 12/07/2018

    In this week's episode, we're taking a trip to Revenge City and discussing "Dolan's Cadillac" from Stephen King's Nightmares & Dreamscapes, as well as the film adaptation starring Christian Slater as a horny racist. We dig deep into the hilarious rivalry between Edgar Allan Poe and Thomas Dunn English which inspired Poe to write the short story that would later inspire King to write "Dolan's Cadillac". ALSO: We ask our audience to talk about the most petty act of revenge they've ever committed, and read their answers on the air! Support us on Patreon at www.Patreon.com/PMMPUBLISHING.

  • 48 - The Little Green God of Agony
    48 - The Little Green God of Agony
    Duration: 45min | 05/07/2018

    In this week's episode, we are introducing some new segments to the show, such as "What is the strangest thing you'e ever vomited?" and "What is the most amount of pain you've ever experienced?" Yeah, it's a regular good time here at Castle Rock Radio, joined once again by special guest Betty Rocksteady (author of Like Jagged Teeth). We're talking about "The Little Green God of Agony" from 2015's The Bazaar of Bad Dreams and clown egg registers and gruesome injuries and many other things, so tune in and enjoy. Support us on Patreon at www.Patreon.com/PMMPUBLISHING.

  • 47 - Squad D
    47 - Squad D
    Duration: 01h06min | 28/06/2018

    This week on the show, we're talking about a never-before published Stephen King short story titled "Squad D" which Harlan Ellison rejected from his infamous The Last Dangerous Visions. Paul Michael Anderson (author of Bones Are Made to Be Broken) joins us to trash-talk everybody in the indie lit scene, as well as provide a fascinating history of the most famous speculative anthology to never be released. If you enjoy our little program, support us on Patreon at www.Patreon.com/PMMPUBLISHING.

  • 46 - Christine
    46 - Christine
    Duration: 01h06min | 21/06/2018

    This week on the podcast, we're taking a joyride with our favorite haunted car. That's right, it's Christine! Is this actually a Goosebumps book in disguise? Why does the POV change from first person to third 200 pages into the story? And why doesn't Arnie have sex with this car? Kick back, grab your coke straws, and enjoy the show. If you dig what you're hearing, support us on Patreon at www.Patreon.com/PMMPUBLISHING. 

  • 45 - Tales From the Darkside: The Movie
    45 - Tales From the Darkside: The Movie
    Duration: 01h08min | 14/06/2018

    In this week's episode, we return to Film Land with 1990's Tales From the Darkside: The Movie. How much money is a fair price to whack a cat? Why do gargoyles have such complex mating rituals? And is Debbie Harry the dumbest witch in cinema history? ALSO: Five THOUSAND cats??? KING NEWS: Danny Torrance gets cast in Mike Flanagan's Doctor Sleep, Richard Price is adapting The Outsider, the Dark Tower TV show is still alive, and the grownups get cast in IT: Chapter Two. If you dig the show, throw us a buck or two on Patreon at www.Patreon.com/PMMPUBLISHING. 

  • 44 - Laurie
    44 - Laurie
    Duration: 37min | 07/06/2018

    King continues his fascination with urine in his latest short story, "Laurie", published exclusively on his website. Is this guy's dead wife possessing his dog? Probably not, but it'd be a whole lot cooler if she were. As always, if you dig the show, please support CRR over on Patreon at www.patreon.com/PMMPUBLISHING. 

  • 43 - Ranking Stephen King
    43 - Ranking Stephen King
    Duration: 43min | 01/06/2018

    Yup, that's right, folks. Today we're ranking Stephen King. Buckle up. http://castlerockcast.com/the-ultimate-sk-ranking/ 

  • 42 - The Raft
    42 - The Raft
    Duration: 01h02min | 24/05/2018

    In this week's episode, Patrick Lacey (author of Bone Saw) joins us to discuss "The Raft" from Skeleton Crew (1985) and Creepshow 2(1987). We dig into the bizarre yet fascinating history of the story's previous life, which includes the time Stephen King got drunk and stole a bunch of traffic cones and was promptly arrested. Also, why is there even a raft out in this lake if there's a NO SWIMMING sign? Why did George Romero decide to turn the protagonist into a creepy rapist? And where exactly did Deke hide those drugs? PLUS: Danny Boyle's 28 Trimesters Later. KING NEWS: The Outsider is now out! So is Laurie (not Lori). Support CRR on Patreon at www.patreon.com/PMMPUBLISHING 

  • 41 - The Ten OClock People
    41 - The Ten O'Clock People
    Duration: 01h06min | 17/05/2018

    Smoke 'em if you got 'em, because we're talking about "The Ten O'Clock People" from 1993's Nightmares & Dreamscapes with special guest Andrew Hilbert (author of Invasion of the Weirdos). Why is the pacing so awkward in this story? Is this secretly a lazy outline for a much longer work? And why does everybody have three different names? All of that and more, so tune in and do the Dew, dude. KING NEWS: Film adaptation announcements for "The Gingerbread Girl" and "In the Tall Grass"; and Mike Patton's score for 1922 is now available for pre-orders. Support Castle Rock Radio: https://www.patreon.com/pmmpublishing

  • 40 - Children of the Corn II: The Final Sacrifice
    40 - Children of the Corn II: The Final Sacrifice
    Duration: 01h14min | 10/05/2018

    On this week's episode, we continue our exploration of the Children of the Corn franchise with The Final(?) Sacrifice. Why does everybody immediately trust these kids who obviously just murdered an entire town? Did this pseudo-Baldwin brother actually cover the Jonestown Massacre? And what the hell is going on with this weird corrupt sheriff subplot? ALSO: a Clive Barker amusement park! KING NEWS: Casting update on Pet Sematary. If you dig the show, support us on Patreon at www.patreon.com/PMMPUBLISHING.

  • 39 - Apt Pupil
    39 - Apt Pupil
    Duration: 01h27min | 03/05/2018

    In this special Nazi edition of Castle Rock Radio, we talk about Hitler's farting problems, why bullies need to exist, and wonder how this kid's parents are totally okay with him spending all of his free time in some old man's house. "Apt Pupil" is the second novella from Stephen King's Different Seasons, published in 1982. Bryan Singer adapted it into a film in 1998 starring Brad Renfro and Ian McKellen. Jay Wilburn (author of The Dead Song Legend series) joins us for the discussion. KING NEWS: The Long Walk's film adaptation picks up a new screenwriter, and Hulu's upcoming Castle Rock show finally announces a release date (along with a brand new trailer!). If you dig the show, please throw us a buck or two on Patreon at www.patreon.com/PMMPUBLISHING.

  • 38 - Nona
    38 - Nona
    Duration: 49min | 22/04/2018

    Let's thumb a ride back to Castle Rock for a little rodent coitus fun in Stephen King's "Nona" from 1985's Skeleton Crew. And while we're at it, why don't you go ahead and cut that hippie hair already, you utter freak. If you dig the show, throw us a buck or two over on Patreon at www.Patreon.com/PMMPUBLISHING.

  • 37 - Desperation
    37 - Desperation
    Duration: 01h26min | 15/04/2018

    Why isn't this book in Tak!'s point of view? Why does Stephen King automatically think everybody is dead when visiting small towns? Is this the most religious King's ever gotten in a novel? All of that and more in this week's episode with special guest Betty Rocksteady. Support us on Patreon at www.patreon.com/pmmpublishing 

  • 36 - The Revelations of Becka Paulson
    36 - The Revelations of 'Becka Paulson
    Duration: 47min | 09/04/2018

    Join us as we take a trip to The (New) Outer Limits and discuss the utterly ridiculous season three episode, "The Revelations of 'Becka Paulson," directed by Steven Weber and based on the little known Stephen King short story. Starring Catherine O'Hara as a woman with a bullet in her brain and Weber himself as the 8x10 Man (formerly Jesus H. Christ)! If you dig the show, please support us on Patreon at www.patreon.com/PMMPUBLISHING. 

  • 35 - Rita Hayworth and Shawshank Redemption
    35 - Rita Hayworth and Shawshank Redemption
    Duration: 01h23min | 01/04/2018

    Jessica McHugh (author of The Train Derails in Boston) joins us to discuss Irish Morgan Freeman, Sesame Street, and synonyms for cookies. If you dig the show, throw us a buck or two on Patreon: www.Patreon.com/PMMPUBLISHING

  • 34 - Graveyard Shift
    34 - Graveyard Shift
    Duration: 41min | 26/03/2018

    In 1970, Cavalier published Stephen King's first pro-paid horror story, "Graveyard Shift." It asked many of life's most important questions, such as is overtime worth beating off rats and is Jerusalem actually located in Maine? Also, we invented a brand new game show for all you nature enthusiasts! If you dig the show, throw us a buck (or two) on Patreon at www.patreon.com/pmmpublishing.

  • 33 - The Boogeyman
    33 - The Boogeyman
    Duration: 54min | 18/03/2018

    What does the Boogeyman do in his spare time? Why are babies so easy to kill? How many erections did this story kill during its publication in Cavalier? All of that and more in today's episode, featuring special guest T. Fox Dunham! If you dig the show, support us on Patreon at www.patreon.com/pmmpublishing. We also have shirts on TeePublic! Go clothe yourself, you disgusting animal.

  • 32 - Rainy Season
    32 - Rainy Season
    Duration: 01h05min | 11/03/2018

    Would you stay in a guest house if someone told you giant toads might rain from the sky? How many toads could a freezer possibly hold, anyway? Also, is this really the story that cured King's writer's block after finishing The Tommyknockers? Betty Rocksteady, author of Like Jagged Teeth, joins us to discuss "Rainy Season" from 1993's Nightmares & Dreamscapes. Visit our TeePublic page for our new Castle Rock Radio shirt! And support us on Patreon at www.patreon.com/pmmpublishing

  • 31 - One Year of Stephen King Dick Jokes (QA)
    31 - One Year of Stephen King Dick Jokes (Q&A)
    Duration: 53min | 04/03/2018

    It's our one-year anniversary, baby! To celebrate, we're answering some fan questions. Also, we have T-shirts now! Visit our TeePublic page. If you dig the show, please support us on Patreon: www.patreon.com/pmmpublishing

  • 30 - The Box (Jack Ketchum)
    30 - The Box (Jack Ketchum)
    Duration: 03h52min | 24/02/2018

    In this very special episode of Castle Rock Radio, Max is joined by Michael David Wilson and Bob Pastorella of This is Horror/Story Unboxed to pay tribute to the recently departed Jack Ketchum. We talk about a good majority of his work, specifically The Girl Next Door and "The Box", so expect to encounter plenty of spoilers. Support our show on Patreon at www.patreon.com/pmmpublishing

  • 29 - Silver Bullet
    29 - Silver Bullet
    Duration: 54min | 14/02/2018

    Is Gary Busey drunk on set in every movie? Were Red and Marty early prototypes for Rick and Morty? Find out in today's episode, where we are joined by Lucas Mangum of The Mangum Show! Hooray! If you dig the show, support us on Patreon www.patreon.com/pmmpublishing

  • 28 - Upcoming Stephen King Film Adaptations
    28 - Upcoming Stephen King Film Adaptations
    Duration: 49min | 04/02/2018

    There have never been more Stephen King film adaptations in the works like there are right now. In today's episode, Benoit Lelievre from Dead End Follies joins us to discuss the massive list recently published by Den of Geek. If you dig the show, please support us on Patreon at www.patreon.com/pmmpublishing

  • 27 - Home Delivery
    27 - Home Delivery
    Duration: 01h09min | 21/01/2018

    In "Home Delivery" a pregnant woman wielding an ax tries her darnedest to survive the zombie apocalypse. Special guest Jay Wilburn (author of The Dead Song Legend series) joins us to discuss space worms, chicken noodle soup, and the undead. If you dig the show, support us on Patreon www.Patreon.com/PMMPUBLISHING

  • 26 - Strawberry Spring
    26 - Strawberry Spring
    Duration: 48min | 08/01/2018

    Max and Lori welcome 2018 with one of King's earliest short stories, "Strawberry Spring" from 1978's Night Shift! Is Spring-heeled Jack real? Did Stephen King ever kill anybody in college? All of that and more! Also: lots of NEWS in this episode, including a sequel to one of the worst things SK has ever written. Hooray! Join our new Stephen King discussion group on Facebook - Castle Rock Radio: For Fans of Stephen King, Podcasts, and Dick Jokes. As always, if you dig the show, please support us on Patreon at www.patreon.com/pmmpublishing Music: “The Rat King is Coming” by krackatoa (FYI, we recorded this on a brand new mic much stronger than what we are used to, so we did not anticipate it to pick up EVERY. LITTLE. SOUND. in our house. We tried to fix most of the noise, but the hum from our dehumidifier ON THE OPPOSITE SIDE OF THE HOUSE is still sorta present. Future episodes won't be so wonky. Sorry!)

  • 25 - Mrs. Todds Shortcut
    25 - Mrs. Todd's Shortcut
    Duration: 01h43s | 17/12/2017

    Eryk Pruitt joins us to discuss King's 1984 short story "Mrs. Todd's Shortcut" from SKELETON CREW. In this story, we learn about the divide between the summer people and locals in Castle Rock and where exactly this magical town might be found on a map of Maine. Also, did King subtly hint at his future evolution into bulky books early on in this tale? All of that and more in the last CRR of the year. Eryk Pruitt's newest novel is WHAT WE RECKON and he has a true crime podcast coming out soon called THE LONG DANCE. Make sure to subscribe for updates. Today's song is "Suck City" by Black Math. If you dig what we do, please support us on Patreon at www.patreon.com/pmmpublishing.

  • 24 - Loaded
    24 - Loaded
    Duration: 01h22min | 10/12/2017

    On today's episode we are taking a break from Stephen King and looking at what his son Joe Hill has been up to with his new collection, Strange Weather. Specifically, the novella found inside it called "Loaded". There is...uh, a lot of child death in it. We have fun here at Castle Rock Radio, and we hope you do, too. URL: www.castlerockcast.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/castlerockradio/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/CastleRockCast Email: castlerockcast@gmail.com Newsletter: www.PMMPNEWS.com Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/pmmpublishing Music credit: "The Wolf" by Mercury and the Architects

  • 23 - The Dark Half
    23 - The Dark Half
    Duration: 02h15min | 29/11/2017

    On today's episode, we're discussing 1989's The Dark Half with John C. Foster (author of the recently released Night Roads). Is Thad Beaumont just a Jonathan Franzen stand-in? What would a Beaumont/Stark buddy comedy be like? Has Stephen King actually ever lived in Maine? All of that and more! Tune in and enjoy. URL: www.castlerockcast.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/castlerockradio/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/CastleRockCast Email: castlerockcast@gmail.com Newsletter: www.PMMPNEWS.com Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/pmmpublishing Music credit: "Vultures" by WHO'S PANDA

  • 22 - Word Processor of the Gods
    22 - Word Processor of the Gods
    Duration: 01h01min | 20/11/2017

    Guess what! Today we're talking about yet another story about a frustrated writer who has a very, very fat wife. That's right, baby! It's "Word Processor of the Gods" time! URL: www.castlerockcast.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/castlerockradio/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/CastleRockCast Email: castlerockcast@gmail.com Newsletter: www.PMMPNEWS.com Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/pmmpublishing Music credit: "All he ever" by Krackatoa from their album, Sun Dripping Down the Stainglass

  • 21 - Halloween QA (2017)
    21 - Halloween Q&A (2017)
    Duration: 44min | 30/10/2017

    Happy Halloween, everybody! To celebrate, we took a break and answered a bunch of listener questions. Enjoy. And, if you dig what you're listening to, please support us on www.patreon.com/pmmpublishing.

  • 20 - IT: Grownups
    20 - IT: Grownups
    Duration: 01h16min | 28/10/2017

    We (finally) conclude our IT podcast with the grownups section of the novel. How is Mike keeping tabs on everybody? Would Stan kill himself if he'd only received a Facebook message? Are bicycles magic??? All of that and more in today's episode. Music: "All the Myths" by The Agrarians. If you like the show, please support us on Patreon at www.patreon.com/pmmpublishing.

  • 19 - IT: The Losers Club
    19 - IT: The Losers' Club
    Duration: 02h01s | 16/10/2017

    Part 1 of 2 of our discussion on Stephen King's IT focuses on the 1957-1958 timeline. Hope y'all are ready to float. Music: "Teenager" by Apache Dropout. If you dig the show, support us on Patreon at www.patreon.com/pmmpublishing.

  • 18 - Geralds Game (2017)
    18 - Gerald's Game (2017)
    Duration: 01h14min | 09/10/2017

    Today we're getting a lil' kinky and talking about Mike Flanagan's film adaptation of Stephen King's Gerald's Game. Betty Rocksteady (author of Like Jagged Teeth) once again joins us as a special guest. Max is mostly outraged that Gerald's last name is Burlingame. BurlinGAME. burlin. GAME. Are you SERIOUS? This episode also includes "Tonight: A Lonely Century" from The New Mystikal Troubadours album Jungle Love Revisited. As always, if you dig the show, please consider supporting us on Patreon at www.patreon.com/pmmpublishing.

  • 17 - 1922
    17 - 1922
    Duration: 01h24min | 01/10/2017

    Let's take a trip back to the year 1922, when Wilfred James murdered his wife. We're talking about Stephen King's wonderful, disturbing novella "1922" first published in his 2010 collection, Full Dark, No Stars. We also have a new theme song! Hooray! Stay tuned for a special performance by The High Strung between the main event and the news section during the end. "Rats Rats Rats" can be found on their 2012 album, ¿Posible O' Imposible? And if you dig the show, don't forget to support us on Patreon at www.patreon.com/pmmpublishing.

  • Happy Birthday, Stephen King
    Happy Birthday, Stephen King
    Duration: 07min | 22/09/2017

    Today Stephen King turns 70. Max read aloud his LitReactor piece from last year to celebrate the day. Happy birthday, you beautiful man.

  • 16 - IT: Chapter One (2017)
    16 - IT: Chapter One (2017)
    Duration: 03h38min | 16/09/2017

    Prepare to float with us as we discuss the brand new film adaptation of Stephen King's IT with Betty Rocksteady (author of Like Jagged Teeth). What does Pennywise do when he's not spooking kids? Has the Internet turned him into a bonafide sex symbol? All of that and more in today's episode. Don't forget to rate and subscribe and, if you dig the program, consider supporting us on Patreon.

  • 15 - Carrie
    15 - Carrie
    Duration: 02h59min | 04/09/2017

    The book that started it all. The manuscript Tabitha King discovered while snooping through her husband's trash. The novel that changed Stephen King's life forever. We're talking about 1974's Carrie with John Oliver Hodges (author of Quizzleboon), who apparently once kidnapped a dog. We also discuss current Stephen King news, such as: Castle Rock casting updates, Stephen King Month at LitReactor, King reclaims old film rights, and the title of King's next novel scheduled for 2018. All that and more in today's episode. And, of course, if you enjoy the show, please consider supporting us on Patreon. We'd really appreciate it.v

  • 14 - Children of the Corn
    14 - Children of the Corn
    Duration: 01h07min | 20/08/2017

    Jeremiah Israel (author of Live On No Evil) joins us in a discussion on "Children of the Corn", both the short story and the film adaptation. We will not apologize for the many, many nu-metal puns found in this episode, so don't even ask. Support us on Patreon.

  • Dylans Adorable Radio Advert
    Dylan's Adorable Radio Advert
    Duration: 32s | 16/08/2017

    We convinced Lori's 9-year-old son to help us create the most adorable advert known to man. We're using it on a few other podcasts to spread the good word about Castle Rock Radio and our horror magazine, Dark Moon Digest, but we thought y'all would also be interested in hearing such major cuteness. Don't say we didn't warn you. You're gonna say "awww".

  • 13 - The Dark Tower Movie
    13 - The Dark Tower Movie
    Duration: 02h44min | 06/08/2017

    It's the movie every Stephen King fan is currently at war about. That's right, folks, today we're talking about The Dark Tower, starring Idris Elba and Matthew McConaughey! Is this actually a remake of Last Action Hero? Is McConaughey playing the Man in Black or a very exhausted Gob Bluth from Arrested Development? Why doesn't Roland care about the Dark Tower? All that and more in today's episode. If you dig the show, please consider supporting us on Patreon. Thanks.

  • 12 - The Mist (S1E2 Withdrawal)
    12 - The Mist (S1E2 "Withdrawal")
    Duration: 31min | 30/07/2017

    We had a free afternoon so we decided to watch another episode of Spike TV's The Mist. The most exciting thing about this show is a moose, and it dies immediately. Or does it? Support us on Patreon so we stop regretting our purchase of this show.

  • 11 - The Mist (S1E1 Pilot)
    11 - The Mist (S1E1 "Pilot")
    Duration: 46min | 22/07/2017

    Today on the show we're talking about the first episode of Spike TV's The Mist. Spoiler alert: it's not very good. Why is the mist so slow? What would you do if bugs kept landing on your face? Just stand in place and scream? Anyway. Here's a thing, we guess. As always, support us on Patreon. Seriously. We bought the whole season pass for this dang show and we fear it might have been a waste of money.

  • 10 - Richard Bachman
    10 - Richard Bachman
    Duration: 01h18min | 18/07/2017

    In 1985, Richard Bachman died suddenly of cancer of the pseudonym, a rare form of schizonomia. In this episode, we discuss the man's legacy, and the book nerd who outed his real identity. We make a lot of chicken noises. Also, we read listeners' emails about their gateway King books. If you dig the show, consider supporting us on Patreon.

  • 09 - The Stephen King Quiz Book
    09 - The Stephen King Quiz Book
    Duration: 01h21min | 06/07/2017

    We're doing something a little bit different this week. Join us as we tackle the insanely difficult and stupid questions found in Stephen Spignesi's The Stephen King Quiz Book, published back in 1990. Play along at home and take a shot every time Spignesi asks for a character's name. Actually, wait, don't do that. You would probably die. And if you do make it through the episode alive, maybe consider supporting us over on Patreon.

  • 07 - The Gunslinger (The Dark Tower #1)
    07 - The Gunslinger (The Dark Tower #1)
    Duration: 03h36min | 04/06/2017

    Hopefully you haven't forgotten the face of your father, because we're talking about The Gunslinger, baby. That's right—we're doing our very first novel episode about the first installment of the Dark Tower series. Vincenzo Bilof (author of The Violators) joins us for our longest episode to date! We talk about a whole lot of stuff, so get comfortable and tune in. And don't forget to support us on Patreon.

  • 06 - Premium Harmony
    06 - Premium Harmony
    Duration: 39min | 23/05/2017

    Remember that time Stephen King read Raymond Carver for the first time and responded by writing a truly awful short story? Yeah, we never forgot, either. That's right, we're talking about "Premium Harmony" from 2015's The Bazaar of Bad Dreams! SK News: Gwendy's Button Box, The Mist, and tour dates for Sleeping Beauties. Support us on Patreon! If we meet our $300 stretch goal, we'll turn this show into a weekly broadcast. Also, don't forget to rate and review!

  • 05 - I Am the Doorway
    05 - I Am the Doorway
    Duration: 56min | 08/05/2017

    Could Dorito dust mutate your fingers into tiny eyeballs? Possibly! Let's find out in the latest episode of Castle Rock Radio. We're talking about King's "I Am the Doorway" from 1978's Night Shift with special guest Andrew Hilbert (author of Invasion of the Weirdos). Featured topics include leprosy and how to eat sloppy joes with hook hands. Oh, and we're super disappointed with that Dark Tower trailer, but that won't stop us from actually watching the movie. Probably.

  • 04 - The Moving Finger
    04 - The Moving Finger
    Duration: 01h11min | 24/04/2017

    Special guest Betty Rocksteady (author of Like Jagged Teeth) joins us from Canada to discuss Stephen King's "The Moving Finger" from 1993's Nightmares & Dreamscapes. We talk a lot about pee in this episode, folks. Prepare yourselves. SK news: A brand new trailer for The Mist TV show has been released and for some reason "My Pretty Pony" is being adapted into a film. We end our show with a one-star review of King's It, brought to you by an Amazon reviewer named Jimmy.

  • 03 - The Things They Left Behind
    03 - The Things They Left Behind
    Duration: 01h10min | 06/04/2017

    Special guest Richard Thomas (founder of Gamut Magazine) joins Max and Lori in a discussion on King's "The Things They Left Behind" from 2008's Just After Sunset. Thomas talks about reprinting the story for his magazine and the small fortune of King books he keeps in his basement, in case you were looking for somebody to rob. SK news includes a NEW Dark Tower release date (thanks a lot, Emoji Movie), the long-awaited It trailer, and a cover reveal for Sleeping Beauties.

  • 02 - Survivor Type
    02 - Survivor Type
    Duration: 01h18min | 27/03/2017

    "lady fingers they taste just like lady fingers..." Special guest Bob Pastorella (author of Mojo Rising and co-host of the This is Horror podcast) joins Max and Lori in a discussion on King's super gross story "Survivor Type" from 1985's Skeleton Crew. SK News includes poster and release date for The Dark Tower movie, the tragic loss of Bernie Wrightson, and apparently someone's making a documentary about the original It movie. Come for the cannibalism, stay for The Rock puns.

  • 01 - The Lawnmower Man
    01 - The Lawnmower Man
    Duration: 44min | 12/03/2017

    Max and Lori discuss the insane short story "The Lawnmower Man" and the bizarre lawsuit associated with the film adaptation. SK News include Hulu's Castle Rock series, Sleeping Beauties, and Gwendy's Button Box.

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