Hey, everybody! We delve into some serious debate over film’s future, its future in Maine specifically, and the Maine Man himself: Stephen King. It’s a great episode with lots of interesting “inside-baseball” talk.
Comment on this episode on Facebook (Not Quite Hollywood) or Twitter (@NQHPod) with your top Stephen King films!
Alex– Stephen King Movies Ranked (Starts at 00:00)
Jamie– The Maine Film Office and What’s at stake for shooting in Maine (18:30)
Tim– The Future of Film (35:42)
#52PickUp #32 Pet Semetary (54:59)
Tim Announces His Communal Film! (1:00:49)
Plugs and Close (1:02:45)
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