THE LILJA & LOU PODCAST
Check out the second Lilja & Lou Podcast Episode 2 - Part 1: Ghosts & Battlegrounds, out now! In this episode we talk to Richard Christian Matheson about his book about Battleground and we're joined by Bev Vincent who tells us about his red carpet experience from when Ghost Brothers in Darkland County premiered.
We also have a contest that you don't want to miss. More about that in the podcast...
As when episode 1 was released we hope you will enjoy it and also let us know your thoughts about this episode, good or bad we want to hear it all!
Posted: April 20, 2012, 08:35:02
Thanks for all the kind words about the podcast. It seems most of you enjoyed it. Lou and I have decided to keep doing this and will start planning the second this weekend. So, any questions you have, let us know and we'll do our best.
For those of you listening to podcasts in your phone, here is a iTunes version of the first episode.
It may not be as epic as Andy Dufresne meeting Ellis Boyd "Red" Redding for the first time in The Shawshank Redemption but our first podcast together is a big moment for both of us. Hopefully you’ll all find it interesting as we hope to do this on a regular basis.
In our first podcast we talk about the following:
1) Podcast Purpose
3) The secret of how to properly pronounce, 'Lilja,' is revealed.
4) Lilja Interview by Lou
5) Current King News - Ghost Brothers, Joyland, Carrie Remake
6) King Review - 'The Wind Through The Keyhole' - spoiler free review by Lilja
7) Marv's Mailbag - we answer listener email
8) Close Out - should The Dark Tower series be made into movies and/or TV series?
Discussion in the podcast:
The US and UK cover to The Wind Through the Keyhole.
We would very much like to know what you think about it, what was good, what can be done better? This is our first shot at this so let us know how we did.
We’re doing this for you so let us know what you want to be covered in the podcasts and we will do our best to give it to you. Please post your comment below, on twitter, facebook or in an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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