Let's talk about the ending of It. How does it hold up? If you have any thoughts, write into stephenkingcast@yahoo.com and if you have any spare time, a review on iTunes would be greatly appreciated!

Welcome back, everyone! Here is the 3rd part to my original It review in preparation for my analysis on the conclusion of the book. If you have any questions or comments, write into stephenkingcast@yahoo.com and as always, if you have a few minutes on your hands, a review on iTunes would be greatly appreciated!

In preparation for my examination on the conclusion to King's ultimate thesis on horror, I decided to re-release my multi-part analysis of the book. If you have any thoughts on all things King, please write into stephenkingcast@yahoo.com and if you have any spare time on your hands, a review on iTunes would help out immensely! 

Welcome back everyone. To prepare everyone for next week's examination of the conclusion of IT, I figured I'd re-release my multi-part review of King's ultimate statement on horror. If you have any thoughts on the conclusion to It (or anything involving Stephen King) hit me up at stephenkingcast@yahoo.com And if you have any spare time on your hands, a review would really help me out! Stay safe and away from those sewers!

Welcome back everyone. To prepare everyone for next week's examination of the conclusion of IT, I figured I'd re-release my multi-part review of King's ultimate statement on horror. If you have any thoughts on the conclusion to It (or anything involving Stephen King) hit me up at stephenkingcast@yahoo.com And if you have any spare time on your hands, a review would really help me out! Stay safe and away from those sewers!

This is an interesting one. If you remember my review of The Eyes of the Dragon, I'm not the world's biggest fan, so how does my subjectivity affect my objectivity towards the ending? Find out here! And as always, write into stephenkingcast@yahoo.com to share all of your Stephen King thoughts!

Welcome back for another analysis of a brand spankin' new Stephen King publication, this time the 2020 novella collection If It Bleeds. 

Please write in at anytime to stephenkingcast@yahoo.com 

In this week's episode, I discuss the conclusion to The Talisman while discussing my excitement for the recent news that Mike Flanagan will be directing an adaptation of Revival. For any thoughts on Stephen King, write into stephenkingcast@yahoo.com and as always, if you have a spare minute on your hands, leave a review on iTunes. Thanks, everyone!

As endings go, this one is BLEAK! So let's debate whether bleak=good on this installment as I continue to examine the conclusions of King's books to determine whether or not he deserves his reputation for not being able to end his books. 

Hop on in and take this episode for a spin. Let's see how we feel about the ending to Christine! 

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