Stephen King’s The Mist Finds Terror in the Aisles

The Losers hole up in their local grocery store to evade any and all horrors

The Mist, Stephen King
The Mist, Stephen King

    “Dreams, after all, are insubstantial things, like mist itself.”

    Constant Listeners, seek shelter fast. There’s something in the mist. Something terrifying. Something from another world. And, yes, there are other worlds than these. Keep your eyes peeled and stay away from the windows.

    Join Losers Justin Gerber, Michael Roffman, McKenzie Gerber, and Mel Kassel as they hole up in their local grocery store to evade Stephen King’s 1985 novella, The Mist. While there, they also chat about Frank Darabont’s incredible 2007 adaptation.

    Listen above and return next week when we start digging into King’s Skeleton Crew collection.

    Chapters include: Intro/History, The Hook (22:00), Structure and Format (29:00), Heroes and Villains (33:00), Misery (1:09:30), The Sematary (1:12:30), Word Processor of the Gods (1:37:00), Poundcake (1:47:30), King’s Dominion (1:49:30), Overall Thoughts (1:54:30), Adaptations (2:01:00), and Outro (2:41:00)



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