Ok I’m just going to pop this here to get it out of the way first:
ok so what is it? It’s it, if you ask Mike Patton here (and I really would like to, in person, hey Mike hit me up).
If you ask me though, it is our podcast episode for this week. Yeah, it.
Y’know, the Stephen King one? Bunch of kids, creepy clown, etc etc? Carly and I delve deep into the Derry sewers and discuss the epic (ok slightly long) masterpiece this week and if it’s anything to go by, I’m still deeply in love with Ben Hanscom.
Today the updated IT movie arrives in cinemas and I’m probably too chicken to go and see it because I will legit scream in a movie theatre full of people at any and every jump scare the producers have deemed necessary to include. I’m great with 80s and 90s horror movies, however anything past I Know What You Did Last Summer and I’m in pieces in the corner. It took me a good eight years to finally remove certain scenes from The Exorcism of Emily Rose from my traumatised subconscious. I’m old now, I can’t handle this shit.
But you can definitely handle Carly and me on a Sunday discussing the merits of Tim Curry and why Alice Cooper wouldn’t have been a better Pennywise the Dancing Clown.
You can listen below, on iTunes, or on your favourite podcast app. We promise it’s not scary. Well, my laugh definitely is, but that’s another issue entirely.
Come join us! When you’re down here, you’ll float too!