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The Lat Late Show Presents is a production company owned and operated by Bryan Higby and Ricky D. Snyder. We produce two fictional podcasts: The Lat Late Show and The DenMark Chronicles. 

The Lat Late Show takes the form of a series of shortwave radio transmission sent across the astral planes from a home Pole (Dimension) known as The Monkey Room behind the Closet. These transmissions are segmented radio shows with a host, The Corduroy King, one half of a Logos team. The Logos Man is the partner of the Corduroy King. Collectively these two Logos (gods) run the rusted old tin shack with the giant radio dish sprouting from the roof like a twisted bonsai tree. This is a hub of communications among the astral planes. These transmissions are like an S.O.S sent across the astral planes to travelers lost among the astral Poles. 

The DenMark Chronicles is a series of novels written by Ricky D. Snyder and Bryan Higby and published in eBook and paperback editions in 2014 through 2016. This novel podcast is recorded by Bryant Sullivan, an L.A. based audiobook producer. This is a novel series praised by bestselling authors Joe Konrath of the Jack Daniels thriller series as well as Hugh Howey, author of the explosive cultural iconic science fiction novel series WOOL. 

Our wonderful artwork is created by Ed Yancey.

We work with many indy rock bands like:

Arth&Arth

Less Than Hate

Ricky D. Snyder

You can read more about our work at the links below:

https://thefirsthour.bandcamp.com

https://www.amazon.com/Bryan-Higby/e/B00CWEFNVS

https://www.patreon.com/thelatlateshow.com

 

Apr 30, 2019

Here There Be Tygers is a short story written by Stephen King, published in 1985 in Skeleton Crew. 

Starting around 1977 or so student filmmakers began contacting Stephen King regarding his short stories. "Could we make a short film based off your work?" - they asked. Because he had been so fortunate with his early novels like Carrie, Salem's Lot, The Shining, and the Stand King was gracious enough to allow these few filmmakers the PERMISSION, to use one of his short stories for the cost of a $1.00. 

That tradition has continued to this day 2019 some forty plus years later. 

This podcast is a candid conversation with film director/producer Bryan Higby and actor David Wilder regarding their filming of the short movie: Here There Be Tygers. Higby was granted permission from Stephen King on November 2nd, 2018 and finished principle photography in March 2019. The film will have it's premier at the first Stephen King Dollar Baby Film Festival to be held at the historic Town Hall Theater in Lowville New York on October 19th, 2019. 

Keep an eye open for the featurette to be posted on-line soon along with Here There Be Tygers trailers as well. Also please click the link below for access to all of Bryan Higby's novels:

https://www.amazon.com/-/e/B00CWEFNVS