Stephen King’s first book - “Carrie” - came out in 1974. Brian DePalma's film followed two years later. Then came Kubrick's "The Shining" in '80. Since then, there’s hardly been a year without a King movie adaptation, including two prominent ones this year - THE DARK TOWER and this weekend’s IT, featuring one of King’s most memorable creations: Pennywise the Clown. This week, fresh from a screening, Adam and Josh offer thoughts on IT, and share King-induced childhood traumas with their Top 5 Stephen King Movie Scares. Plus a (sort of) Musical Massacre Theatre and another new Golden Brick nomination - director Kogonada's COLUMBUS.
0:00-1:55 - Billboard
3:37-34:23 - Review: "It" (2017)
EMA, "I Wanna Destroy"
40:29-45:08 - Next week / Argentine Marathon / Correction
45:08-52:50 - Massacre Theatre
52:50-1:04:15 - Brickspotting: "Columbus"
EMA, "Blood and Chalk"
1:05:12-1:48:59 - Top 5: Stephen King Movie Scares
1:48:59-1:58:59 - Close / Hot Mics
Margie talks to queen of the Huffington Post fempire Ariel Edwards-Levy, and she recounts the vibe from the AAPOR conference, the role of gender in 2016 polling, and her favorite pun. Follow her immediately @aedwardslevy.