George A. Romero Tore the Best Pages from Stephen King’s The Dark Half

The Losers' Club returns to Castle Rock with another essential Friday night flick

The Dark Half, Stephen King, George A. Romero, Horror
George A. Romero’s The Dark Half

“You always were the clumsy one, old hoss.”

Constant Listeners, grab a jacket and some smokes. It’s time to head back to Castle Rock, only this time we’re stepping away from the pages and gathering around the television.

Join the Losers as they dissect George A. Romero’s 1993 adaptation of Stephen King’s The Dark Half. Together, they discuss the dual performance by Timothy Hutton and whether Michael Rooker makes for the best Sheriff Alan Pangborn.

Listen above and return next week for the The Kingies in which we celebrate the best and worst in King’s ’80s works.


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