Fri, 5 November 2010
NOTE: Due to limited, server storage space, this episode is a week late. It was originally intended to be released on Halloween, 2010.
Concluding the Sofa Dogs' tribute to horror films and Halloween, Geekscape columnist, Eric Diaz returns for one of his favorites, Brian De Palma's adaptation of Stephen King's Carrie, from 1976. It's the tragic story of a shy, teenage girl who discovers she has telekinesis. Is it a gift from God, or a curse of the Devil? And what does this mean for Carrie's future and those who continue to bully her at school?
Please join Eric and I as we discuss filmmaking techniques of the 1970s', the works of novelist, Stephen King and the translation of book to film. Remember to listen for the preemptive countdown before starting the movie on your DVD.