This week on Double Exposure: Unsupervised Children On an Adventure Far Too Mature For Them. It turns out, if you want to see kids in danger, there's really only one place to turn. Stephen King.
Rob Reiner's 1986 classic Stand By Me squares off against the 2017 horror blockbuster It, directed by Andy Muschietti.
Joining Chris and Courtney in the studio is writer and podcast Josh Wodarz, from Pint Notes and the on-hiatus anti-drone podcast The Kingston Legacy, on the CSICON network.
Where to find Josh:
So strap in for a KING-OFF. Horror vs. Drama. Corey Feldman vs. The Stranger Things Kid (Finn Wolfhard, you're great). Adolescent emotions vs. a scary (metaphorical?) clown. Menstrual blood vs. Dick Leeches. It's everything you could want in a discussion about of unsupervised kids in the movies.
Plus, an appreciation of king of the internet, Wil Wheaton.