The Silver Emulsion Podcast: Ep. 31 – When Marnie Was There / Stephen King Talk

Episode 31! Talkin’ about the Studio Ghibli film When Marnie Was There, and then we naturally descend into Stephen King and The Dark Tower for a long time. Enjoy…?

There were also some technical issues with the recordings on this episode, so when things sound weird here and there that’s why.

Music Notes


  • East Bay Soul Brass – The Panther


  • John Williams – Ewok Celebration/Finale
    • Star Wars: Return of the Jedi (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (iTunes, Amazon)

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5 comments to The Silver Emulsion Podcast: Ep. 31 – When Marnie Was There / Stephen King Talk

  • Anonymous

    Congratulations Laurel & Hardy.. I mean Frank and Dean.. uhm, uh, Kouf and ???? [ ;

    Well guess I’m going to have to read Dark Tower after I finish “Lord of the Rings” [half-way there and currently on an intermission with Neal Stephenson’s “The Diamond Age” Cyberpunk woo! Hey, well lay off the beers guys if that might have something to do with the Audio Mishaps.

    P.s. Yeah, Waterworld the Live Action Event Ride totally rocks, guess I’ll have to pick up that “Back to the Future” Blu-ray so I can see what I missed on that one. Especially because I met the one and only Chris Lloyd in 2013, woo! – DuraNick

  • Aww man, just typed a funny comment and clicked send before filling out the form. Lost the data. Anyways, yeah guess I’m going to have to try out that “Dark Tower” series soon. The side band of Jon Schaffer, the founder of the Metal band Iced Earth, is called “Demon’s and Wizards”, it’s a duo between him and Hansi Kursch of “Blind Guardian, one of the “Lord of the Ring’s” bands, well anyway he’s got a bunch of “Dark Tower” songs and even titled their second album “Touched by the Crimson King” as a nod to your hero guy. Anyways half way through “Lord of the Rings” first and taking an intermission with Neal Stephenson’s “The Diamond Age”, cyberpunk wooo

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