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Radio Gorepress
Episode 139 : Santa Sangre

Radio Gorepress

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 80:40


Hey Gore-gang, We were really excited (well, one of us was) to dig into an under-seen, avant garde gem of the late 80's; Alejandro Jodorowsky's Santa Sangre! We hope we've done it justice. Let us know your thoughts on one of our social platforms! -Phil & Sarah.   Come find us at: Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/radiogorepress/ Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/radiogorepress/ Twitter : https://twitter.com/radiogorepress Support what we do here: Patreon : https://www.patreon.com/radiogorepress Ko-Fi : https://www.ko-fi.com/radiogorepress

Better Than Fiction
Episode 457: Episode #451! The Metabarons Second Cycle, Elvis and Batman Earth One!

Better Than Fiction

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 56:42


Episode #451! The Metabarons by Alejandro Jodorowsky and Juan Gimenez is a beautifully illustrated sci-fi masterpiece. The Metabarons Second Cycle is the follow-up work which continues the story of No-Name the greatest Metabaron. DL brings it to the podcast this week. Scott has recently watched the new Elvis movie so we talk a little about it and Elvis. To close down this episode DL brings Batman Earth One Complete Collection to the podcast. Give it a listen!

Parallax Views w/ J.G. Michael
Tod Browning and the Unmade 1930s Zombie Apocalypse Movie THE REVOLT OF THE DEAD w/ Gary D. Rhodes and Robert Guffey

Parallax Views w/ J.G. Michael

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 128:52


On this spooky season edition of Parallax Views, film scholar Gary D. Rhodes, one of the foremost authorities on Bela Lugosi and classic horror cinema, and Robert Guffey return to the show to discuss their new edited volume Scripts from the Crypt No. 12: Tod Browning's Revolt of the Dead. Tod Browning is perhaps best known for director 1931's Dracula. Starring Bela Lugosi as the titular vampire count, a role which he'd become inextricably linked to for the rest of his career, Dracula was a massive success for Hollywood's depression era Universal Studios and launched that studios foray into making wildly popular creatures features for the next three decades. Before The Creature from the Black Lagoon, Frankenstein, The Invisible Man, and The Mummy there was Tod Browning's Dracula. Browning, however, wasn't new to either Hollywood or weaving tales of the macabre for the silver screen. Born on July 12, 1880, Browning ran was fascinated from a young age by carnivals and eventually ran away from home to join a traveling circus. From there he'd transition to acting and, finally, becoming a director. In the silent film era, Browning became known for his collaborations with Lon Chaney, Sr., who became known as "The Man of a Thousand Faces" and whose credits include such classics as The Hunchback of Notre Dame and The Phantom of the Opera. Together, Browning and Chaney told macabre tales involving themes like violence and mutilation in films like West of Zanzibar, The Unholy Three, The Unknown, and the infamously lost London After Midnight. Browning would then go on to direct Dracula before making other films such as the controversial Freaks (featuring real-life circus people) his London After Midnight talkie remake Mark of the Vampire. In this conversation Gary, Robert and I discuss: - An introduction to the Scripts from the Crypt series founded by film historian Tom Weaver - Biographical background on Tod Browning, who was often spoken of as the Edgar Allen Poe of filmmakers in his time and his influence on filmmakers and artists including Ray Bradbury, Alejandro Jodorowsky, and Woody Allen - The critical beating Browning has taken over the years and why Gary argues that it's mistaken; the Spanish Dracula vs. Browning's Dracula; Browning's transition from the silent films to talking motion pictures; Browning's collaborations with Lon Chaney Sr. and the horror elements in them - Browning's light-hearted murder mystery Miracles for Sale; Browning's early talkie The Thirteenth Chair starring Bela Lugosi (before Dracula) and its taking on the subject of spiritualist conmen/frauds; Browning's silent films such as West of Zanzibar, The Unknown, and The Unholy Three - Tod Browning's thematic obsessions: trickery, fakery, deception, mutilation, sexual frustration, and more; the different kinds of trickery dealt with in Browning's films; harmless truths vs. dangerous lies and swindling; skepticism towards medium, seances, and the supernatural; women and how they are portrayed in Browning's movies (such as Carol Borland's Luna in Mark of the Vampire); the Scooby Doo-eqsue element of Browning's murder mysteries - Tod Browning's Freaks; a movie that used real-life circus people; the film's subversive quality by way of its making viewers sympathize with the circus people and treating the "normal" people as the villains; the question of Freaks success and its effect on Browning's career; mentioning how the pop punk band The Ramones were influenced by Freaks; the role of vaudeville, circuses, and sideshow life on Browning's work - The Browning script/treatment for the unmade movie Revolt of the Dead; the movie would've predated William Friedkin's The Exorcist and Night of the Living Dead in dealing with now common horror tropes like demonic possession and the zombie apocalypse; Revolt of the Dead would've even included human crucifixions; the story would've also included the phenomena of stigmata, the inexplicable appearance of wounds on the wrists like those of Jesus Christ during the crucifixion; the unique qualities of the script - Tod Browning's Londo After Midnight, the "Holy Grail" of lost films; the rumors, legends, hoaxes around the movie ever since it was destroyed in a fire at the MGM vault; the iconic image of Lon Chaney Sr;. in scar make-up for London After Midnight; other lost films including F.W. Murnau's Der Januskopf (aka The Head Janus; starring Conrad Veidt and Bela Lugosi) and the 1959 Bela Lugosi-headlining chiller Lock Up Your Daughters - Robert' novel Bela Lugosi's Dead, which deals with a man searching for the lost test footage of Lugosi as Frankentein's monster - The Revolt of the Dead in relationship to White Zombie, William Seabrook's Magic Island novel and its success, American military involvement in Haiti, and racist/xenophobic sentiments about Haiti in the early 20th century - Appreciating early 20th century cinema; getting past the "I can't watch Black-and-White movies" mentality; the rewarding aspect of watching classic movies - Tod Browning and the Grand Guignol, the theater tradition in France obsessed with the gruesome and grotesque And much, much more!

Weird Studies
Episode 133: On Weirding, and the Virtues of Unknowing Everything

Weird Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 71:24


With the term "weird studies" gaining currency inside and outside academia, Phil and JF thought it was time to discuss the philosophical method they've been developing on the podcast since 2018. Borrowing a term from Erik Davis, they call it weirding, and here set about trying to understand what it is, and what it means. David Lynch's fondness for crying, the practice of queering in cultural theory, the all-too-real phenomenon of "global weirding,"the spooky agency of artworks, and the tragic death of E.T. at the hands of Damien Hirst are just a few of the subjects touched on in the conversation. "Weirding" also happens to be the working title of the book your hosts are writing for Strange Attractor Press, as well as an eight-week series of lectures and discussions starting October 25th, 2022, on the Nura Learning platform. Header image: David Lynch, Mulholland Drive Link to the upcoming course: Weirding: An 8-Week Course With the Hosts of the Weird Studies Podcast (https://www.nuralearning.com) SHOW NOTES Ludwig van Beethoven, 9th Symphony James Elkins, Pictures and Tears (https://bookshop.org/a/18799/9780415970532) Eugenie Brinkema, The Form of the Affects (https://bookshop.org/a/18799/9780822356561) David Lynch (dir.), Mulholland Drive (https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0166924/) Gilkes Deleuze and Felix Guattari, What is Philosophy? (https://bookshop.org/a/18799/9780231079891) Weird Studies, Episode 121 on “Mandy” (https://www.weirdstudies.com/121) Erik Davis and Timothy Morton, “Uncanny Objects” (https://techgnosis.com/uncanny-objects/) episode of Expanding Minds Coen brothers (dir.), Hail Caesar (https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0475290/) Esther Williams (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Esther_Williams), American swimmer Weird Studies, Episode 120 on Radical Mystery (https://www.weirdstudies.com/120) Douglas Rushkoff, Survival of the Richest (https://bookshop.org/a/18799/9780393881066) William Shakespeare, Macbeth (https://bookshop.org/a/18799/9780743477109) Erik Davis, “Weird Shit” (https://boingboing.net/2014/07/14/weird-shit.html) Pete Docter and Bob Peterson (dir.), Up (https://www.imdb.com/title/tt1049413/) Steven Spielberg (dir.), E.T. (https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0083866/) Alejandro Jodorowsky, Psychomagic (https://bookshop.org/a/18799/9781620551073) Martin Buber, I and Thou (https://bookshop.org/a/18799/9780684717258) Gilbert Simondon, Imagination and Invention (https://bookshop.org/a/18799/9781517914455) Weird Studies, Episode 106 the Wanderer (https://www.weirdstudies.com/106) Charles Ludlam, “On Camp” in Ridiculous Theater (https://bookshop.org/a/18799/9781559360418) Weird Studies, Episodes 14 and 15 on “Stalker (https://www.weirdstudies.com/14) Weird Studies, Episode 35 on M. C. Richards' “Centering” (https://www.weirdstudies.com/35)

I Know Movies and You Don't w/ Kyle Bruehl
Season 7: Fantastical Realities - The Holy Mountain (Episode 25)

I Know Movies and You Don't w/ Kyle Bruehl

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 126:30


In the twenty-fifth episode of Season 7 (Fantastic Realities) Kyle is joined by novelist Samuel Cullado and screenwriter Gio Maldonado to discuss and dissect the various religious, political, and surrealist symbolism built into the syncronistic fabric of Alejandro Jodorowsky's ambitious and psychedelic oddysey in The Holy Mountain (1973).

Watch This With Rick Ramos
#407 - Santa Sangre - WatchThis W/RickRamos

Watch This With Rick Ramos

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 58:53


Mother's Arms: Alejandro Jodorowsky's Santa Sangre On this week's episode of WatchThis w/RickRamos, Ibrahim & I continue our descent into the terror of Horror Cinema as we celebrate moving closer and closer to All Hallow's Eve. For this week's selection we go against the norm and travel to Mexico for Chilean filmmaker Alejandro Jodorowsky's Santa Sangre (1989). A film that needs to be seen in order to be believed, Ibrahim & I are thrilled to discuss this Surreal Masterpiece. The less written the better so take a watch, follow it with a listen, and experience one of the great visionary expressions of Cinema. We think you'll have a good time. Questions, Comments, Complaints, & Suggestions can be sent to gondoramos@yahoo.com. Many Thanks. 

A Century in Cinema
2013 THE DANCE OF REALITY

A Century in Cinema

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 60:36


40 years after The Holy Mountain, we revisit famed director Alejandro Jodorowsky with his surreal autobiographical film, The Dance of Reality. What is it like for a midnight cult director to return to the world of cinema after so many years? We talk about what makes this film more approachable than Jodorowsky's other works, while still going into detail about the scene where someone urinates on someone else's face.Join our patreonWhere to watch The Dance of RealityYourMovieSucks reviewWhere to watch Noah (2014)

Cinema Smorgasbord
Episode 139 – JodoWOWsky Part 9 – The Rainbow Thief (1990)

Cinema Smorgasbord

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 105:33


After the worldwide success of SANTA SANGRE, Jodorowsky was inundated with offers to make horror films, but he found himself more interested in - for the first time - working with a large budget and big stars. His opportunity came in the form of producer Alexander Salkind, who approached Jodo to direct his wife script for a project called THE RAINBOW THIEF, starring Omar Sharif, Peter O'Toole and Christopher Lee. The result (nearly) ended Alejandro Jodorowsky's directing career, with the film barely being release before being dumped onto VHS in the US four years after its completion. But is the final result truly disaster? On this episode of JODOWOWSKY we're breaking down the complicated history and tangled legacy of THE RAINBOW THIEF and asking what the heck went wrong. We also pay tribute to the late Cristóbal Jodorowsky, and discuss Jonathan Ross's 1990 episode of his program For One Week Only devoted to Jodorowsky. Check it out! 

/ Vivir Rodando /
/ VR157 / Alejandro Jodorowsky

/ Vivir Rodando /

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2022 126:11


Programa Vivir Rodando 157 (8 Octubre 2022) Invitado: Pepe Aracil Poeta, novelista, guionista de cómics, actor, psicomago, titiritero y, además de otras muchas cosas, cineasta. Todas esas labores ha desempeñado o sigue desempeñando el chileno Alejandro Jodorowsky, uno de los artistas fundamentales del siglo XX y parte del XXI. Nacido en Chile en 1929, pronto se descubrió como un alma sensible e imaginativa en un entorno y un país que se le quedaba pequeño. Así fue recorriendo países — siendo tres especialmente importantes: Francia, México y Chile — y pasando de una disciplina artísitica a otra. El cine, como no, sería una parada fundamental dejando una no muy extensa pero rica filmografía donde destacan películas como 'El Topo', 'La montaña sagrada' o 'Santa Sangre'. Al final toda la obra de Jodorowsky acaba en él mismo. Es por ello que, aunque sea una tarea compleja, el programa Vivir Rodando 157, con la ayuda de Pepe Aracil, girará en torno a la figura del artista chileno más universal, el creador de la psicomagia, uno de los fundadores del Movimiento Pánico o el cineasta creador de únicas y turbadoras imágenes, Alejandro Jodorowsky.

¡UY QUE HORROR! A Latinx Horror Movie Podcast
Santa Sangre (Mexico/Italy)

¡UY QUE HORROR! A Latinx Horror Movie Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 144:46


Let's go to the Big Top! Jonny and Aileen talk about Alejandro Jodorowsky's film, Santa Sangre. The son of circus performers struggles to come to grips with his childhood trauma through hallucinations and violence. Jonny and Aileen also discuss director Alejandro Jodorowsky, his sons and stars of the film, Adán and Axel Jodorowsky and burlesque performer Thelma Tixou. Remember to subscribe, rate and review!Follow our redes sociales:Twitter: @Uy_Que_HorrorInsta: @uyquehorrorFind all our películas in our Link Tree

Exploit It!
Episode 23 - Santa Sangre

Exploit It!

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 64:58


"With your hands and my body, we'll have an act that will be sensational." This week Alexis and Kevin look at Alejandro Jodorowsky's unique 1989 horror film, "Santa Sangre."

Outcast a fumetti
Tex, L'Incal, Rocky Joe, altro JoJo e fatti segreti su Alejandro Jodorowsky

Outcast a fumetti

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 137:58


Píldoras de Belleza y Bienestar
Descubre la magia que hay en ti con Maria Soledad.Episodio 15.

Píldoras de Belleza y Bienestar

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 65:46


En este episodio entrevistamos a Maria Soledad, experta en psicomagia, astrología, tarot evolutivo y meditación theta y gamma, para descubrir qué es realmente la magia y cómo puede ayudarnos a romper patrones de conducta y ayudarnos a conseguir equilibrio y bienestar. Formada con Alejandro Jodorowsky entrar en su mundo es una experiencia fascinante que te empodera y te da herramientas para superar bloqueos y traumas que te impiden desarrollarte. Olvídate de charlatanería y adivinaciones, esta magia no va de eso, sino de aprender que la magia esta dentro de ti y puedes aprender a usarla con la guía adecuada para conectar con tu verdadero ser. Nacida en Cartagena de Indias, después de muchos años en Nueva York vive en Madrid donde imparte cursos, recibe consultas online y presenciales y no hay evento chic en la ciudad que no cuente con ella y con su menu fabuloso de lecturas magicas. Me ha encantado hablar con ella y descubrir un mundo nuevo y sobretodo aprender que el temido mercurio retrógrado no es tan malo como parece. Y si, puedo decir que sus técnicas funcionan. Tuve la suerte de tener una sesión con ella y pude desbloquear patrones genealógicos de una manera rápida y efectiva. Si crees en las energías y en la magia que todos tenemos no te pierdas este episodio.web: https://maria-soledad.com/MARIA SOLEDAD EN SUS PROPIAS PALABRAS"¿Qué sentirías si pudieras darte cuenta, experimentar, saborear tu potencial infinito?De acuerdo con la metagenealogía, lo que llamamos nuestra identidad o incluso nosotros mismos es el resultado de un conjunto complejo de sistemas de creencias, condicionamientos impresos, una historia multigeneracional de patrones, bucles repetitivos y una pizca de decisiones tomadas inconscientemente en nuestra infancia basadas en la interpretación que hacemos. dio a las experiencias que tuvimos. Por lo tanto, si traemos nuestra experiencia inconsciente a nuestro yo consciente y crecemos desde allí, abrazando cada pedacito de nuestro sentido del yo, podemos liberar nuestro ego, domarlo y permitirnos, trabajando con él, crear la asociación más asombrosa que seguramente nos puede conducir. ¡en la esencia divina más verdadera que somos y la obra maestra de la vida que viene con ella! El viaje hacia la libertad comienza cuando, al asumir la responsabilidad de nuestra creación, decidimos ir a la caza de todos los aspectos dispersos de nosotros mismos.Maria Soledad formada en psicomagia y metagenealogía, examina la herencia psicológica de la familia para integrar los patrones limitantes de comportamiento heredados de su ascendencia y los que creó inconscientemente cuando era niño. Esta metodología se utiliza para reconocer todo el condicionamiento enterrado profundamente en su mente inconsciente. Su propósito es detener la transmisión de patrones familiares, salir conscientemente del piloto automático y eliminar los bloqueos que te impiden crear y experimentar tus deseos más verdaderos y profundos. Es hora de dejar de perseguir. Deja ir la lucha. Mantén el ideal y sé el amor y la abundancia que ya eres".Maria Soledad

E.R.E. Escritos
No sé - Alejandro Jodorowsky

E.R.E. Escritos

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 1:58


No sé cuánto valgo, pero sé no compararme. No sé quién soy, pero sé que lo que soy es más que yo. No sé qué es el amor, pero sé que tu presencia me alegra la vida...

Radio Rackham
Analyse: The Long Tomorrow

Radio Rackham

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 64:50


ANALYSE Side for side analyserer Radio Rackham og gæstestjerne Christoffer Zieler fra Weekendavisen en af tegneseriehistoriens mest legendariske noveller, der samtidig satte et visionært udgangspunkt for en masse science fiction (på den måde hvor verden havde set anderledes ud uden). Der er naturligvis tale om Moebius og Dan O'Bannons 16 sider lange THE LONG TOMORROW oprindeligt udgivet i Metal Hurlant 7 og 8 i1976, som også hedder sådan på dansk. Novellen påvirkede blandt andet både Ridley Scotts Blade Runner og William Gibsons cyberpunk-romaner, og er samtidig den tydelige forløber for Alejandro Jodorowsky og Moebius mere berømte Inkalen-saga. Oprindeligt udført som en noir-parodi med privatdetektiv, femme fatale og voice-over, transcenderer Moebius' nærmest guddommeligt veloplagte tegninger, farver og fortællestil det umiddelbart sparsomt ambitiøse udgangspunkt og bliver til en fuldstændig uforglemmelig vison om en både uhyggelig og komplet fascinerende fremtid. I analysen kommer vi omkring stort og småt, alt fra fokus på streg over Moebius' velkendte brud på almindelig kausalitet til både ophavet for novellen - den hårdkogte amerikanske kriminalroman og film noir fra 30'erne til 50'erne - samt de meget tydelige spor, novellen har sat i især filmhistorien. Hav gerne novellen med under lytning, den er optrykt flere gange på dansk, først i bladet Total Metal nr. 1 (1984), igen i albummet ‘Er mennesket godt?' (1991'9 og endelig i albummet ‘The Long Tomorrow' fra 2015. Vi har hørt rygter om at man også kan finde novellen på internettet.

Esoterica Academy
Parte quinta DUNE 1984

Esoterica Academy

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 30:49


AUDIOLIBRO Parte quinta finaleDune_libro, fantascienza, avventura, drammatico, David_Lynch, Alejandro_Jodorowsky, Frank_Herbert, Funghi_magici, Maria_Sabina, Messico,LSD,Dune è un film di fantascienza del 1984 diretto da David Lynch, tratto dal romanzo omonimo di Frank Herbert.La storia di Dune , il romanzo di Frank Herbert, il film di David Lynch (ma anche il progetto cinematografico di Alejandro Jodorowsky), è circondata da associazioni psichedeliche, come sottolinea Greg Taylor in The Daily Grail . Jodorowsky, che era stato chiamato a filmare l'epopea spaziale, aveva detto: "Voglio fare un film che dia alle persone che prendono LSD le allucinazioni che ottengono con la droga, ma senza allucinazioni". A quanto pare questa droga, secondo il famoso micologo Paul Stamets, è ispirata dall'uso dei funghi magici da parte di Frank Herbert, che raccoglieva funghi vicino al suo ranch a Port Townsend, Washington.Frank ha continuato dicendomi che molte delle premesse di Dune -- la spezia magica (spore) che permetteva di piegare lo spazio (viaggiare), i vermi giganti (che digerivano i funghi), gli occhi di Freeman (il blu ceruleo dei funghi Psilocybe), il il misticismo dei guerrieri spirituali, i Bene Gesserit (influenzati da Maria Sabina e dai culti sacri dei funghi in Messico)--deriva dalla sua percezione del ciclo vitale dei funghi e la sua immaginazione veniva stimolata attraverso le sue esperienze con i funghi magici.

Esoterica Academy
Parte quarta DUNE 1984

Esoterica Academy

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 20:03


AUDIOLIBRO Parte quartaDune è un film di fantascienza del 1984 diretto da David Lynch, tratto dal romanzo omonimo di Frank Herbert.La storia di Dune , il romanzo di Frank Herbert, il film di David Lynch (ma anche il progetto cinematografico di Alejandro Jodorowsky), è circondata da associazioni psichedeliche, come sottolinea Greg Taylor in The Daily Grail . Jodorowsky, che era stato chiamato a filmare l'epopea spaziale, aveva detto: "Voglio fare un film che dia alle persone che prendono LSD le allucinazioni che ottengono con la droga, ma senza allucinazioni". A quanto pare questa droga, secondo il famoso micologo Paul Stamets, è ispirata dall'uso dei funghi magici da parte di Frank Herbert, che raccoglieva funghi vicino al suo ranch a Port Townsend, Washington.Frank ha continuato dicendomi che molte delle premesse di Dune -- la spezia magica (spore) che permetteva di piegare lo spazio (viaggiare), i vermi giganti (che digerivano i funghi), gli occhi di Freeman (il blu ceruleo dei funghi Psilocybe), il il misticismo dei guerrieri spirituali, i Bene Gesserit (influenzati da Maria Sabina e dai culti sacri dei funghi in Messico)--deriva dalla sua percezione del ciclo vitale dei funghi e la sua immaginazione veniva stimolata attraverso le sue esperienze con i funghi magici.

Esoterica Academy
Parte terza DUNE 1984

Esoterica Academy

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 21:26


AUDIOLIBRO Parte terzaDune è un film di fantascienza del 1984 diretto da David Lynch, tratto dal romanzo omonimo di Frank Herbert.La storia di Dune , il romanzo di Frank Herbert, il film di David Lynch (ma anche il progetto cinematografico di Alejandro Jodorowsky), è circondata da associazioni psichedeliche, come sottolinea Greg Taylor in The Daily Grail . Jodorowsky, che era stato chiamato a filmare l'epopea spaziale, aveva detto: "Voglio fare un film che dia alle persone che prendono LSD le allucinazioni che ottengono con la droga, ma senza allucinazioni".

Esoterica Academy
Parte prima DUNE 1984

Esoterica Academy

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 18:00


AUDIOLIBRO - Dune è un film di fantascienza del 1984 diretto da David Lynch, tratto dal romanzo omonimo di Frank Herbert.La storia di Dune , il romanzo di Frank Herbert, il film di David Lynch (ma anche il progetto cinematografico di Alejandro Jodorowsky), è circondata da associazioni psichedeliche, come sottolinea Greg Taylor in The Daily Grail . Jodorowsky, che era stato chiamato a filmare l'epopea spaziale, aveva detto: "Voglio fare un film che dia alle persone che prendono LSD le allucinazioni che ottengono con la droga, ma senza allucinazioni".

What a Year!
What a Year! 1.7 - For Emma, Forever Ago/The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford/Marvel's Civil War (with Tyler Huckabee)

What a Year!

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2022 127:02


In episode 1.7 of What a Year! Ethan Warren and Ryan Pollie discuss Bon Iver's For Emma, Forever Ago, Andrew Dominik's The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford, and Marvel's Civil War with their guest correspondent, Tyler Huckabee.00:01:45 - For Emma, Forever Ago00:30:14 - Pop Quiz!00:40:23 - The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford01:28:32 - Marvel's Civil War (with Tyler Huckabee)Try MUBI free for 30 days by visiting www.MUBI.com/whatayear, where users in America you can watch this week's recommendations Lucky, Rubber, Night of the Living Dead, and the films of Alejandro Jodorowsky.

Woman in Revolt
E8 Queer Horror: 'Alucarda'

Woman in Revolt

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022


"Alucarda" (1975) opens on a woman (Tina Romero) who has just given birth and knows she's not long for this world. She asks an old man who is with her to make sure her child, named Alucarda, goes to live in the local convent. The mother, presumably speaking of the devil, says, “Don't let him take her away.” After the old man leaves with the baby, the scene that transpires suggests that an evil force has come for the mother. Slithering, death rattle-like noises intensify and there are quick edits between close-ups of the mother's face and the faces of cobwebbed statues in the room. After the title cards, the film jumps forward 15 years. Alucarda (also played by Tina Romero) has been living at the convent. When Justine (Susana Kamini), another orphan around the same age, arrives, Alucarda bonds with her instantly. When the two stumble upon the place where Alucarda's mother died, they release a satanic force that possesses them and wreaks havoc upon the convent. The film, directed and co-written by Juan Lopez Moctezuma, has become a cult classic over the years, especially following the 2002 DVD release from media distributor Mondo Macabro. Underlying themes are breaking free from tradition (the Catholic Church, heteronormativity) by burning it all down in an attempt to embrace individuality (queer identity, atheism, feminism). Here are some things we mentioned during the episode and/or that we think you should check out: This piece on the history of nunsploitation films by James Newton Sheridan Le Fanu's "Carmilla" (1872), edited by Carmen Maria Machado (2019) This bizarre/incredible interview with Carmen Maria Machado A tiny bit of information on "Alucardos: Retrato de un vampiro" (2011), the fan-made documentary about Juan López Moctezuma (kinda) Here are some other films we mentioned during the episode: "The Devils" (Ken Russell, 1971) "The Exorcist" (William Friedkin, 1973) — Sound effects engineer, Gonzalo Gavira, worked on this film, along with "El Topo," and "Alucarda." "Fando y Lis" (1968), "El Topo" (1970), "The Holy Mountain" (1973), and "The Dance of Reality" (2013) — all by Alejandro Jodorowsky. You should probably also watch "Jodorowsky's Dune" (2013), Frank Pavich's documentary about this fucking weirdo and his quest to make the most absurd, impossible adaptation of "Dune" "Possession" (1981, Andrzej Żuławski) "Frankenstein" (1931, James Whale) "Child's Play" (1988, Tom Holland) "Scream" (1996, Wes Craven) "Black Narcissus" (1947, Powell and Pressburger) "The Mansion of Madness" (1973) and "Mary, Mary, Bloody Mary" (1974) are Moctezuma's other most popular films. The film that Jo mentioned where someone takes a two-minute shit onscreen is Wim Wenders' "Kings of the Road" (1976). If you know anything about Alexis Arroyo, please email us at sup@womaninrevolt.com!

Death By DVD
NOW that's what I call DUNE

Death By DVD

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2022 20:26


NOW...That's what I call DUNE! Have you ever wanted to hear the sounds of DUNE from the comfort of your very own home? Well have a sniff of spice and get your headphones! You have GOT to hear this episode of DEATH BY DVD, all about NOW : THAT'S WHAT I CALL DUNE! The sounds of DUNE! NEW EPISODES COMING SOON!HEY, while you're still here.. have you heard...DEATH BY DVD PRESENTS : WHO SHOT HANK? The first of its kind (On this show, at least) an all original narrative audio drama exploring the murder of this shows very host, HANK THE WORLDS GREATEST! Explore WHO SHOT HANK, starting with the MURDER!  A Death By DVD New Year Mystery  WHO SHOT HANK : PART ONE  WHO SHOT HANK : PART TWO  WHO SHOT HANK : PART THREE  WHO SHOT HANK : PART FOUR  WHO SHOT HANK PART 5 : THE BEGINNING OF THE END WHO SHOT HANK PART 6 THE FINALE : EXEUNT OMNES   The Death By DVD SENTINEL remix theme by LINUS FITNESS-CENTRE

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Jason and the Movienauts
The Fantastical Films of Alejandro Jodorowsky - Fantastical in every sense of the word

Jason and the Movienauts

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 72:42


Chris joins Jason to discuss two Alejandro Jodorowsky films, El Topo and The Dance of Reality. Both men are fascinated by the brilliant, fantastical worlds Jodorowsky creates in those films, and by the haunting images and spectacles presented by the master director. Please join Jason and Chris for a thoughtful examination of two of the more unique movies we've discussed here on the pod! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/jason-sacks/message

Scam Economy
26: Dune and Done: The Spice DAO Saga (w/ Adi Robertson)

Scam Economy

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 66:04 Very Popular


Adi Robertson, senior reporter at The Verge, joins Scam Economy with Matt Binder to bring us on the epic journey that is Spice DAO, the decentralized autonomous organization that raised around $12 million in cryptocurrency in order to bid on a rare copy of Alejandro Jodorowsky's "legendary never-made adaptation" of the classic sci-fi novel, Dune (also known as the Dune Bible). We discuss the $3 million winning bid and how it was well over expected sale price, the infamous confusion over copyright between members of the DAO, all the controversies surrounding votes on animated film production and a certain problematic member of the leadership team, and the most recent news where the creator of this whole project, crypto millionaire Soban "Soby" Saqib has decided to dissolve the DAO and...maybe just sell the book. Support the show: http://www.patreon.com/mattbinder Read Adi's reporting in The Verge on Spice DAO: 1) https://www.theverge.com/2022/1/17/22887948/jodorowsky-dune-bible-spice-dao-derivative-script 2) https://www.theverge.com/2022/2/28/22950868/spice-dao-crypto-jodorowsky-dune-bible-collective-writing-contest 3) https://www.theverge.com/2022/5/27/23141188/dune-crypto-collective-spice-dao-nft-tv-series-charlotte-fang-remilia-controversy 4) https://www.theverge.com/2022/7/27/23280490/spice-dao-jodorowsky-dune-bible-crypto-sale-planned-liquidation Check out the BuzzFeed article mentioned in this episode: https://www.buzzfeednews.com/article/amansethi/spicedao-dunedao-soby Visit http://www.scameconomy.com

Field Pod
Lydia McCarthy

Field Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 32:17


Today join, Field Projects founder Jacob Rhodes in a discussion with Lydia McCarthy about her photo and video based art practice. We touch on hereditary mental Illness, alternate realities, spiritualities, psychedelics, the connection that photography has to reality, practical effects, VHS vs Beta, reality TV, and as always vulnerability.   SHOW NOTES Lydia McCarthy @lydiamccarthy https://lydiamccarthy.com/ “Thats Facts” @thatsfacts2020    Man Ray's “Larmes (Tears)” www.getty.edu/art/collection/object/1043YV  Lydia McCarthy's “Glass Tears” https://www.instagram.com/p/Ce6G_kkrKZJ/ Lesbian Vampire Horrorotica film's (based on Sheridan le Fanu's novella Carmilla) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lesbian_vampire#:~:text=Lesbian%20vampirism%20is%20a%20trope,censored%20realm%20of%20social%20realism  Practical Effects https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Practical_effect#:~:text=Gunfire%2C%20bullet%20wounds%2C%20rain%2C,also%20examples%20of%20practical%20effects.  “The Brood” by David Conenberg https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Brood  Alejandro Jodorowsky (Chilean-French artist) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alejandro_Jodorowsky  “Baise-moi, (Rape/Fuck Me)” by Virginie Despentes and Coralie Trinh Thi https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baise-moi H.P. Lovecraft https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/H._P._Lovecraft  Reality TV https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reality_television 

The Ack Attack: with J and Z
Episode 57: Blackpilled or Dumbass?

The Ack Attack: with J and Z

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 129:12


This week J is joined by a special guest, friend of the show, and artist of the logo Jeff! The two J's discuss the newest musical biopic "Elvis". Other topics include a continuation of last week's discussion of "Thor: Love and Thunder", the Adult Swim animated series "Primal", the Ralph Bakshi animated film "Fritz the Cat" and finally Alejandro Jodorowsky's breakout film "El Topo". 

Cinema Smorgasbord
Episode 127 – JodoWOWsky Part 8 – Santa Sangre (1989)

Cinema Smorgasbord

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 143:50


Alejandro Jodorowsky returns to filmmaking after a nearly ten year absence with the surreal horror of 1989's SANTA SANGRE. Filled with wild, controversial imagery, our JodoWOWsky hosts trace its inception, the relationship between Jodorowsky and producer Claudio Argento, the involvement of four of the Jodorowsky children in the production, the taxing filmmaking process, the suggested involvement of Jack Nicholson and Anjelica Huston and SO MUCH MORE. We also discuss the feature length SANTA SANGRE documentary FORGET EVERYTHING YOU HAVE EVER SEEN: THE WORLD OF SANTA SANGRE from 2011, which brings much of the cast and crew together to recount some truly strange stories about the film's inception and legacy. All this and the latest Jodorowsky news, so CHECK IT OUT! 

Earth-2.net Presents...
Dread Media - Episode 776

Earth-2.net Presents...

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 62:56


This week on Dread Media, Desmond and Duane take a look at what may be Alejandro Jodorowsky's most accessible film, the completely bonkers Santa Sangre. Then Desmond goes solo on a review of Paula D Ashe's short fiction collection We Are Here to Hurt Each Other. There's also some TV talk, mostly Star Trek-related. Songs included: "Rites of Cruelty" by Misery Index, "Acid Revenge" by Simon Boswell, "Hurt You" by Spiritbox, and "Compost Grave-Song" by Kardashev. Send feedback to: dreadmediapodcast@gmail.com. Follow @DevilDinosaurJr and @dreadmedia on Twitter! Join the Facebook group! Support the show at www.patreon.com/dreadmedia. Visit www.desmondreddick.com, www.stayscary.wordpress.com, www.dreadmedia.bandcamp.com, www.kccinephile.com, and www.dejasdomicileofdread.blogspot.com.

Dread Media
Dread Media - Episode 776

Dread Media

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 62:56


This week on Dread Media, Desmond and Duane take a look at what may be Alejandro Jodorowsky's most accessible film, the completely bonkers Santa Sangre. Then Desmond goes solo on a review of Paula D Ashe's short fiction collection We Are Here to Hurt Each Other. There's also some TV talk, mostly Star Trek-related. Songs included: "Rites of Cruelty" by Misery Index, "Acid Revenge" by Simon Boswell, "Hurt You" by Spiritbox, and "Compost Grave-Song" by Kardashev. Send feedback to: dreadmediapodcast@gmail.com. Follow @DevilDinosaurJr and @dreadmedia on Twitter! Join the Facebook group! Support the show at www.patreon.com/dreadmedia. Visit www.desmondreddick.com, www.stayscary.wordpress.com, www.dreadmedia.bandcamp.com, www.kccinephile.com, and www.dejasdomicileofdread.blogspot.com.

MUBI Podcast: Encuentros
MUBI Podcast: El Elgin y EL TOPO sumergen a Nueva York en la "Midnite Madness"

MUBI Podcast: Encuentros

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 38:37


En esta ocasión presentamos un episodio especial de MUBI Podcast, el premiado podcast en inglés de MUBI que está estrenando su segunda temporada titulada "Only in Theaters", Solo en cines.Para suscribirte al podcast de MUBI y ver todos los episodios de esta temporada, visita mubi.io/podcastEn 1970, un descuidado teatro de repertorio -dirigido por el visionario Ben Barenholtz- publicó discretamente un anuncio en el Village Voice anunciando proyecciones de medianoche de un western en español que, según ellos, era "demasiado intenso para ser proyectado de otra manera". La película era EL TOPO de Alejandro Jodorowsky y daría comienzo a la moda de "Midnite Movie" que cambió la forma de ver el cine.Escucha la historia del Teatro Elgin y sus legendarias proyecciones de EL TOPO, llenas de humo de marihuana, con los comentarios del ex crítico del Village Voice J. Hoberman, Amy Nicholson del podcast "Unspooled", los ex programadores del Elgin, Chuck Zlatkin y Steve Gould... y el propio Jodorowsky.La segunda temporada de MUBI Podcast, titulada "Sólo en los cines", cuenta historias sorprendentes de salas de cine que marcaron la historia del séptimo arte y, en algunos casos, la historia en general.MUBI es un servicio global de streaming, productora y distribuidora de películas. Un lugar para descubrir y ver películas hermosas, interesantes e increíbles. Cada día llega a MUBI una nueva película seleccionada a mano. Cine de todo el mundo. Desde directores emblemáticos hasta autores emergentes. Todo ello cuidadosamente seleccionado por los curadores de MUBI.Y con MUBI GO, los miembros de determinados países pueden obtener una entrada de cine seleccionada cada semana para ver las mejores películas nuevas en salas de cines. Para saber más, visita mubi.com/goY recuerda que la temporada 3 de Encuentros llegará muy pronto a este feed. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

MUBI Podcast
Only in Theaters Episode 2: The Elgin and EL TOPO plunge NYC into "Midnite Madness"

MUBI Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 36:53 Transcription Available


In 1970, a scruffy repertory theater — led by the visionary Ben Barenholtz — quietly placed a print ad in the Village Voice, advertising midnight screenings of a Spanish-language western they claimed was "too heavy to be shown any other way."  The movie was Alejandro Jodorowsky's EL TOPO, and it'd kick off the "Midnite Movie" craze that changed moviegoing.Hear the history of the Elgin Theater and its legendary, weed-soaked screenings of  EL TOPO, featuring commentary from ex-Voice critic J Hoberman, Amy Nicholson of the podcast "Unspooled," ex-Elgin programmers Chuck Zlatkin and Steve Gould...and Jodorowsky himself.The second season of the MUBI Podcast titled “Only in Theaters” tells surprising stories of individual cinemas that had huge impacts on film history, and in some cases, history in general.To stream some of the films we've covered on the podcast, check out the collection Featured on the MUBI Podcast. Availability of films varies depending on your country.MUBI is a global streaming service, production company and film distributor. A place to discover and watch beautiful, interesting, incredible films. A new hand-picked film arrives on MUBI, every single day. Cinema from across the world. From iconic directors, to emerging auteurs. All carefully chosen by MUBI's curators.And with MUBI GO, members in select countries can get a hand-picked cinema ticket every single week, to see the best new films in real cinemas. To learn more, visit mubi.com/go

1000 Wives of Weird
Episode 50 - Billy watches The Holy Mountain

1000 Wives of Weird

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 115:00


EPISODE 50!! Can you believe it? You know Dem Boys had to do something special for it. So, Brad corrects one of Billy's huge weird movie blind spots and shows him Alejandro Jodorowsky's singular epic The Holy Mountain.

How Did This Not Get Made
Jodorowsky's Dune (Part 1)

How Did This Not Get Made

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 80:16 Very Popular


Alejandro Jodorowsky's Dune, known as one of the most influential and most known unmade film of all time. We dive deep to learn about the history of Frank Herbert's Dune, Jodorowsky, and how this unmade film changed the course of modern sci-fi. Patreon Merch Twitter Instagram Pipedream podcasts Clips used in this episode: The Filmumentaries Podcast "39 – $3M Dune Book Sale – With Frank Pavich, Soby and Dan Lanigan" Jodorowsky's Dune (2013) Dune (1984) Children of Dune (2003) Dark Star (1974) Fantasy Island (1977) "Take My Hand" Toto Dune 1 video game (1992) Dune (2000) El Topo (1970) "H.R. Giger At Home - Superego" Nerdist Lawrence of Arabia (1962) "De Futura" Magma Planet of the Apes (1968) SciFi Channel logo (1997) The Holy Mountain (1973) Music by Kevin MacLeod "Discovery Hit" "Jazz Brunch" "Miami Nights"

Bad Dads Film Review
The Holy Mountain

Bad Dads Film Review

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 18:06


We're on something of a hiatus this week but a few months ago Dan and I watched something a little bit different... I'm probably not going out on a limb when I suggest that Chilean surrealist filmmaker Alejandro Jodorowsky's THE HOLY MOUNTAIN (1973) is not for everyone. Here is the plot as regurgitated using excerpts from my notes: Twin girls in white are undressed and have their heads shaved while the drums on the soundtrack try to break my skull. Stuffed goats adorn a throne room that's painted like a Dulux colour chart. A hippo is in the bath. Jesus who was stoned to death by children has been revived by a man who has no arms or legs who then rolls a spliff for him. The conquest of Mexico is re-enacted using Toads and Iguanas. In a factory, artists produce masterpieces by using their naked painted asses. A mechanical penis and vagina about 2 metres tall does sexy things. A well-dressed woman leading the military explains that a computer is fed data about wars and revolutions which in turn tells the government what to do, for example creating toys to condition children from birth to hate Peru and become machines of war. An alchemist can turn faeces into gold by vaporising it and breathing in the fumes. A man in silk pyjamas with a face mask is being spanked by a chubby woman riding a mechanical horse. Children dressed as mickey mouse in a house like Swiss cheese; a man like a jedi, bearded, the kids celebrate him. They make purposefully shitty condos; at a huge meeting, the jedi speaks of conditioning people to work while an ice sculpture of a penis is brought in. An old lady wielding a bloody soaked sword in a tree made of chickens, she castrates a man. Another man is covered in tarantulas and screams.Under a tarpaulin a naked hermaphrodite jizzes milk from his tiger tits.  That's really just a snapshot of this experimental film which relies heavily on symbolism, a great deal of which flew way over my head. A loose narrative does emerge from the chaos which sees a group of people representing the planets - or perhaps the actual planets themselves, that seems equally plausible - ascend to the summit of the Holy Mountain in order to kill the Immortals and steal their secrets. An insane and often quite beautiful movie, when it's not completely and overwhelmingly oppressive that is, there's often incredible creativity and imagination on screen as we veer from one darkly comic scene of psychedelia to the next. Unforgettable. In an alternate universe somewhere, Jodorowsky made a version of DUNE. I would love to see that!

Watch This With Rick Ramos
#385 - Jodorowsky's El Topo - WatchThis W/RickRamos

Watch This With Rick Ramos

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 5, 2022 84:51


Madman's Miracle: Jodorowsky's El Topo There are a few filmmakers that when you watch their work you can step back and honestly say that you are watching a visionary work. The great Russian-Chilean filmmaker, Alejandro Jodorowsky, is a filmmaker of immense talent and visual uniqueness. From his earliest films, including his earliest film Fando y Lis thru The Holy Mountain and his ill-fated adaptation of Frank Herbert's Sci-Fi Classic, Dune - Jodorowsky has been an admired, venerated, controversial, and polarizing figure. On this week's episode, Mr. Chavez & I sit down to look at one of his masterpieces, 1970s El Topo. A beautifully poetic Eastern-Western, Jodorowsky's midnight movie masterpiece is justly regarded as a classic. This week, Ibrahim & I express our admiration, confusion, and love of his cinema. Take a listen . . . it's an interesting conversation that covers the poetics, the beauty, and the controversies surrounding this exceptional film and it's even more exceptional director. Questions, Comments, Complaints, & Suggestions can be directed to gondoramos@yahoo.com. Many Thanks.

SONGMESS
Ep. 373 - Chango Menas

SONGMESS

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 49:06


En este episodio muy especial de Songmess nos acompaña el cantautor Chango Menas, reconocido compositor e interprete Boricua con un delicioso estilo folk-pop. Chango se da a conocer a comienzos de los 2010s como líder de la banda de indie rock, Índigo, antes de lanzarse como solista en el 2019 con su EP Reino Mutante. Hoy estamos conversando de su nuevo disco El Wethel Report, de la nostalgia Caribeña que sintió viviendo en Washington DC, de su tiempo en Ciudad de México navegando la inmensa industria musical, y colaboraciones creativas con Alejandro Jodorowsky y Henry D'Arthenay de La Vida Boheme. Aprovechando una pequeña excursión a Aguadilla, pasamos la tarde metidos en el mar con Chango y los chicos de Sebimor, lo que hizo de este episodio un delicioso oasis al centro de nuestra serie Boricua. Y ni hablar del playlist. Nos fuimos! Playlist: Chango Menas, Índigo, Sebimor, Buscabulla y Dávila 666. Chango Menas Bandcamp: https://changomenas.bandcamp.com/releases Chango Menas Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/02JOH3JikydGzqOEI7WzA9?si=CYeo_OkmSluhbpYspr56MA Chango Menas YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWH8WM5WWXqQxP0XuS8B53g Chango Menas Twitter: https://twitter.com/ChangoMenas Chango Menas Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/changomenas/?hl=en Chango Menas Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/changomenas Richard Villegas Instagram: www.instagram.com/rixinyc/?hl=en Songmess Instagram: www.instagram.com/songmess/?hl=es-la Songmess Facebook: www.facebook.com/songmess/?ref=settings Songmess Twitter: twitter.com/songmess Songmess Merch: via DM #BOPS Playlist: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/2sdavi01h3AA5531D4fhGB?si=4c1e8280f8ca4a8a

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The New Flesh
Sideboob Cinema: The Holy Mountain

The New Flesh

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2022 94:48


---ARTICLES AND LINKS DISCUSSED"You are excrement. You can change yourself into gold."The Holy Mountain [1973] Trailer:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qmR0vi0ifzE---The Holy Mountain review – Inside The Mind of a Visionary Provocateur - The Guardian:---FOLLOW THE CONVERSATION ON reddit:https://www.reddit.com/r/sideboobcinema/---SUPPORT THE NEW FLESHPatreon:https://www.patreon.com/user?u=61455803Buy Me A Coffee:https://www.buymeacoffee.com/thenewflesh---Instagram: @thenewfleshpodcast---Twitter: @TheNewFleshpod---Follow Ricky: @ricky_allpike on InstagramFollow Jon: @thejonastro on InstagramFollow AJ: @_aj_1985---SIDEBOOB CINEMA produced by Sheila EhksLogo Design by Made To Move: @made.tomoveTheme Song: Dreamdrive "Good In Red"

The New Flesh
Sideboob Cinema: Santa Sangre

The New Flesh

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 78:08


---ARTICLES AND LINKS DISCUSSED"With your hands and my body, we'll have an act that will be sensational"Santa Sangre [1989] Trailer:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y5o_KX7v5Sc&t=46s---FOLLOW THE CONVERSATION ON reddit:https://www.reddit.com/r/sideboobcinema/---SUPPORT THE NEW FLESHPatreon:https://www.patreon.com/user?u=61455803Buy Me A Coffee:https://www.buymeacoffee.com/thenewflesh---Instagram: @thenewfleshpodcast---Twitter: @TheNewFleshpod---Follow Ricky: @ricky_allpike on InstagramFollow Jon: @thejonastro on InstagramFollow AJ: @_aj_1985---SIDEBOOB CINEMA produced by Sheila EhksLogo Design by Made To Move: @made.tomoveTheme Song: Dreamdrive "Good In Red"

Horror Movie Survival Guide
HMSG Interview JodoWOWsky! "Deathdream"

Horror Movie Survival Guide

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 73:40


HMSG Interview JodoWOWsky - "Deathdream"The casts of podcasters continues to collide with Julia's other show with the best name in the pod biz - JodoWOWsky, co-hosts DOUG TILLEY & LIAM O'DONNELL!We give the deep dive treatment to the criminally under seen DEATHDREAM (1974) from one of our favorite directors, BOB CLARK! This timely dark tale is still highly impactful nearly 50 years later! Give it a watch for stellar performances from the amazing actors and the chilling Tom Savini makeup!We hope you enjoy this film and conversation!About our Guests this week:Doug Tilley - Co-Host of No-Budget Nightmares & other Cinema Smorgasbord podcasts.Liam O'Donnell - Co-creator/editor of Cinepunx, co-host of Cinema Smorgasbord & Horror BusinessJodoWOWsky is a light-hearted, chronological look through the career of actor, writer, poet, playwright, novelist, editor, comics writer, musician, puppeteer, mime, painter, and so much more.. Alejandro Jodorowsky!Cinepunx is a community of writers, thinkers, artists, and weirdos writing and podcasting about culture/art/film.Cinema Smorgasbord: Liam O'Donnell and Doug Tilley serve up a platter of cinematic sensations, falling under a variety of unusual and unique categories celebrating undervalued actors and underseen favorites.Eric Roberts is the Fucking Man, the Films of John Singleton, George Kennedy is my co-pilot, how do you do fellow kids, Praising Kane, We do our Own Stunts, Wild in the Streets (Eurocrime of the 70s), Bartel me Something GoodSupport the show

The New Flesh
Sideboob Cinema: El Topo

The New Flesh

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 77:16


---ARTICLES AND LINKS DISCUSSED"You are seven years old. You are a man. Bury your first toy and your mother's picture."El Topo Trailer---FOLLOW THE CONVERSATION ON reddit:https://www.reddit.com/r/sideboobcinema/---SUPPORT THE NEW FLESHPatreon:https://www.patreon.com/user?u=61455803Buy Me A Coffee:https://www.buymeacoffee.com/thenewflesh---Instagram: @thenewfleshpodcast---Twitter: @TheNewFleshpod---Follow Ricky: @ricky_allpike on InstagramFollow Jon: @thejonastro on InstagramFollow AJ: @_aj_1985---SIDEBOOB CINEMA produced by Sheila EhksLogo Design by Made To Move: @made.tomoveTheme Song: Dreamdrive "Good In Red"

Cinema Smorgasbord
Episode 119 – JodoWOWsky Part 7 – The Eyes of the Cat (1978), The Jealous God (1985) and The Magical Twins (1987)

Cinema Smorgasbord

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 127:19


It's an ALL COMICS episode of JodoWOWsky with our hosts examining three Alejandro Jodorowsky graphic novel collaborations throughout the late 70s and 80s. We start with a deep dive into THE EYES OF THE CAT, the (sorta!) first collaboration between Jodorowsky and the legendary Moebius from 1978. It's gorgeous, highly experimental, and we even discuss a recent attempt to make a videogame adaptation! Then we move on to the often baffling THE JEALOUS GOD, a collaboration between Jodorowsky and Silvio Cadelo first published in Heavy Metal in 1985. And finally we finish with Jodorowsky's first young adult comic THE MAGICAL TWINS with his frequent collaborator Georges Bess, first published in 1987. All this and the latest Jodorowsky news. CHECK IT OUT! 

Trickster: The Many Lives of Carlos Castaneda
XIII - Nothing Special (finale)

Trickster: The Many Lives of Carlos Castaneda

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 57:18


With death close at hand, Castaneda races against the clock to finish what will be his very last book. But in order to complete it, he will need to author the final chapter of his own life.  After listening, be sure to check out:Episode Slide Show: bit.ly/38bJ9YcOne Extra Thing: bit.ly/3P5a8oODiscussion Thread: bit.ly/3MRWBPIwww.tricksterpodcast.com Trickster: The Many Lives of Carlos Castaneda is a guppy production:Creator and Executive Producer: Frank HortonProducers: Ville Haimala, James Orestes, Yuval ShapiraCo-Producers: Kevin Barth, Steve Barilotti, Colin Stewart, Ybrahim Luna, Ana Djordjijevic, Dan Girmus, Celeste Cuevas, Collins Harris IV, Robert(a) Marshall, author of an upcoming biography of Carlos Castaneda, American Trickster, Katie Kidwell, Justin AierSenior Producer: Pablo VacaComposer: Ville HaimalaSound Designer and Mixer: Randy WardEditors: Frank Horton, with additional editing by Randy Ward, Paul Calo and Yuval Shapira We wish to acknowledge our debt of gratitude to the research of scholars, journalists and authors who have contributed tiles to the mosaic that is our project. Trickster is based, in part, on the following books and articles:Ultimas Noticias Sobre Carlos Castaneda by Arturo Granda, Conversations with a Young Nahual by Byron de Ford, Trickster Makes This World by Lewis Hyde, Ascent and Descent of the Sacred Mountain by Claudio Naranjo, Tezcatlipoca: Trickster and Supreme Deity edited by Elizabeth Baquedano, Fractured Times by Eric Hobsbawm, All Things are Possible Selected Essays by Lev Shestov, La increíble hisotoria de Carlos Castaneda by Ybrahim Luna, Castaneda's Journey and the Don Juan Papers by Richard De Mille, Peyote Hunt: The Sacred Journey of the Huichol Indians by Barbara Myerhoff, Theory in anthropology since the sixties by Sherry Ortner, Viscerality, faith, and skepticism: Another theory of magic by Michael Taussig, Introduction to the Teachings of Don Juan by Octavio Paz, A Thousand Plateaus by Deleuze & Guattari, A Hushed Death for Mystic Author by J.R. Moehringer, Missing Amalia by Matt Ward, Sonoran Fantasy or Coming of Age? by Ralph Beals, Tula: The Toltec Capital of Ancient Mexico by Richard A. Diehl, The Mirror and the Lamp: Romantic Theory and the Critical Tradition by M.H. Abrams, Aztec Philosophy: Understanding a World in Motion by James Maffie, The Mirror of Magic: A History of Magic in the Western World by Kurt Seligmann, Filming Castaneda: The Hunt for Magic and Reason by Gaby Geuter, America by Jean Baudrillard, Carlos Castaneda: American Trickster by Robert(a) Marshall, Endeavors in Psychology by Henry A. Murray, Ronald Reagan The Movie: And Other Episodes in Political Demonology by Michael Rogin, Yucatan by Andrea De Carlo, On Lies, Secrets, and Silence by Adrienne Rich, The Invented Indian: Cultural Fictions and Government Policies by James A. Clifton, Fear of Freedom by Carlo Levi, The Labyrinth of Solitude: Life and Thought in Mexico by Octavio Paz, The Moral Obligation to Be Intelligent by Lionel Trilling, Freedom & Its Discontents: Reflections of Four Decades of American Moral Experience by Peter Marin, The Denial of Death by Ernest Becker, Feet of Clay Saints, Sinners, and Madmen: A Study of Gurus by Anthony Storr, The Storyteller Essays by Walter Benjamin, Life of Dreams: Field Notes On Psi, Synchronicity, And Shamanism by Douglass Price-Williams, Ill Fares the Land by Tony Judt, The Adversary: A True Story of Monstrous Deception by Emmanuel Carrere ,High Culture: Drugs, Mysticism, and the Pursuit of Transcendence in the Modern World by Christopher Partridge, The Metamorphoses of Don Juan by Leo Weinstein, Bare-Faced Messiah by Russell Miller, Playing Indian by Philip J. Deloria, Shamanism, Colonialism, and the Wild Man: A Study in Terror and Healing by Michael Taussig, Shamans of the 20th Century by Ruth-Inge Heinze, Shamans Through Time: 500 Years on the Path to Knowledge edited by Jeremy Narby and Francis Huxley, The Human Career: The Self in the Symbolic World by Walter Goldschmidt, In Sorcery's Shadow by Paul Stoller, The Diabolic Root by Vincenzo Petrullo, Native Studies: American and Canadian Indians by John A. Price, The World of Time Inc by Curtis Prendergast, For Those Who Come After: A Study of Native American Autobiography by Arnold Krupat, Another Life by Michael Korda, The Contemporary Culture of the Cahita Indians by Ralph L. Beals, The American Adam by R.W. Lewis, A Magical Journey with Carlos Castaneda by Margaret Runyan, Slippery Characters: Ethnic Impersonators and Americans Identities by Laura Browder, The Theatre of Don Juan by Oscar Mandel, Impostors: Literary Hoaxes and Cultural Authenticity by Christopher Miller, The Sense of an Ending by Frank Kermode, Love and Death in the American Novel by Leslie Fiedler, The Powers That Be by David Halberstam, Melville's Quarrel With God by Lawrance Thompson, Shamanism Archaic Techniques of Ecstasy by Mircea Eliade, Extrasensory Ecology: Parapsychology and Anthropology by Joseph K. Long, On Phenomenology and Social Relations by Alfred Schutz, Seeing Castaneda by Daniel Noel, Prophetic Charisma by Len Oakes, Psychomagic: The Transformative Power of Shamanic Psychotherapy by Alejandro Jodorowsky, Death Valley and the Amargosa by Richard E. Lingenfelter

Weird Studies
Episode 122: Spirals and Crooked Lines: On the Star Card in the Tarot

Weird Studies

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 80:52


The Star is one of the most iconic of the major trumps of the traditional tarot deck. It is also one of the most ambiguous. A woman is shown emptying two urns of water onto the parched ground. She is flanked by nascent plant life. Shining above her are those nocturnal luminaries whose "eternal silence" so frightened the philosopher Blaise Pascal at the dawn of modernity. Are the stars pointing the way to a brighter future, or are they stars of ill omen, warning us of what lies ahead? And what does that little bird in the background signify? In this episode, Phil and JF try to get to the bottom of the starry heavens, only to find out that starry heavens have no bottom. Click here (https://www.eventbrite.com/e/illuminated-brew-works-weird-studies-beer-launch-and-live-show-tickets-337365287657) to purchase tickets to the Weird Studies beer launch at Illuminated Brew Works in Chicago on May 23. Buy the Weird Studies soundtrack (https://pierre-yvesmartel.bandcamp.com/album/weird-studies-music-from-the-podcast-vol-1) Support us on Patreon (https://www.patreon.com/weirdstudies) Find us on Discord (https://discord.com/invite/Jw22CHfGwp) Get the new T-shirt design from Cotton Bureau (https://cottonbureau.com/products/can-o-content#/13435958/tee-men-standard-tee-vintage-black-tri-blend-s)! Get your Weird Studies merchandise (https://www.redbubble.com/people/Weird-Studies/shop?asc=u) (t-shirts, coffee mugs, etc.) Visit the Weird Studies Bookshop (https://bookshop.org/shop/weirdstudies) REFERENCES Our Known Friend (Valentin Tomberg), Meditations on the Tarot (https://bookshop.org/a/18799/9781585421619) Alejandro Jodorowsky, The Way of the Tarot (https://bookshop.org/a/18799/9781594772634) Pink Floyd, “Astronomy Domine” Aleister Crowley, The Book of Thoth (https://bookshop.org/a/18799/9780877282686) Aleister Crowley, The Book of the Law (https://bookshop.org/a/18799/9781723783777) Heimarmene (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heimarmene), Greek goddess of fate Weird Studies, Episode 121 on Mandy (https://www.weirdstudies.com/121) Ursula K. Le Guin, A Wizard of Earthsea (https://bookshop.org/a/18799/9780547773742) Samuel Delaney, Dahlgren (https://bookshop.org/a/18799/9780375706684) J R. R. Tolkien, The Lord of the Rings (https://bookshop.org/a/18799/9780358439196) Juan Eduardo Cirlot, A Dictionary of Symbols (https://bookshop.org/a/18799/9781681371979) Weird Studies, Episode 103 on the Tower (https://www.weirdstudies.com/103) Weird Studies, [Episode 114 on the Wheel of Fortune] Joni Mitchell, “Ladies of the Canyon”

Trickster: The Many Lives of Carlos Castaneda

Intimating the end, Castaneda decides it is time for him to anoint his successor, the next nagual. His selection is Tony Karam—a student not only of his but also the Dalia Lama. Castaneda informs Tony that has a year to decide whether or not to take the position of the nagual. After listening, be sure to check out:Episode Slide Show: bit.ly/3vA6Ge4One Extra Thing: bit.ly/3y3clv7Discussion Thread: bit.ly/3MY1cjdwww.tricksterpodcast.com Trickster: The Many Lives of Carlos Castaneda is a guppy production:Creator and Executive Producer: Frank HortonProducers: Ville Haimala, James Orestes, Yuval ShapiraCo-Producers: Kevin Barth, Steve Barilotti, Colin Stewart, Ybrahim Luna, Ana Djordjijevic, Dan Girmus, Celeste Cuevas, Collins Harris IV, Robert(a) Marshall, author of an upcoming biography of Carlos Castaneda, American Trickster, Katie Kidwell, Justin AierSenior Producer: Pablo VacaComposer: Ville HaimalaSound Designer and Mixer: Randy WardEditors: Frank Horton, with additional editing by Randy Ward, Paul Calo and Yuval Shapira We wish to acknowledge our debt of gratitude to the research of scholars, journalists and authors who have contributed tiles to the mosaic that is our project. Trickster is based, in part, on the following books and articles:Ultimas Noticias Sobre Carlos Castaneda by Arturo Granda, Conversations with a Young Nahual by Byron de Ford, Trickster Makes This World by Lewis Hyde, Ascent and Descent of the Sacred Mountain by Claudio Naranjo, Tezcatlipoca: Trickster and Supreme Deity edited by Elizabeth Baquedano, Fractured Times by Eric Hobsbawm, All Things are Possible Selected Essays by Lev Shestov, La increíble hisotoria de Carlos Castaneda by Ybrahim Luna, Castaneda's Journey and the Don Juan Papers by Richard De Mille, Peyote Hunt: The Sacred Journey of the Huichol Indians by Barbara Myerhoff, Theory in anthropology since the sixties by Sherry Ortner, Viscerality, faith, and skepticism: Another theory of magic by Michael Taussig, Introduction to the Teachings of Don Juan by Octavio Paz, A Thousand Plateaus by Deleuze & Guattari, A Hushed Death for Mystic Author by J.R. Moehringer, Missing Amalia by Matt Ward, Sonoran Fantasy or Coming of Age? by Ralph Beals, Tula: The Toltec Capital of Ancient Mexico by Richard A. Diehl, The Mirror and the Lamp: Romantic Theory and the Critical Tradition by M.H. Abrams, Aztec Philosophy: Understanding a World in Motion by James Maffie, The Mirror of Magic: A History of Magic in the Western World by Kurt Seligmann, Filming Castaneda: The Hunt for Magic and Reason by Gaby Geuter, America by Jean Baudrillard, Carlos Castaneda: American Trickster by Robert(a) Marshall, Endeavors in Psychology by Henry A. Murray, Ronald Reagan The Movie: And Other Episodes in Political Demonology by Michael Rogin, Yucatan by Andrea De Carlo, On Lies, Secrets, and Silence by Adrienne Rich, The Invented Indian: Cultural Fictions and Government Policies by James A. Clifton, Fear of Freedom by Carlo Levi, The Labyrinth of Solitude: Life and Thought in Mexico by Octavio Paz, The Moral Obligation to Be Intelligent by Lionel Trilling, Freedom & Its Discontents: Reflections of Four Decades of American Moral Experience by Peter Marin, The Denial of Death by Ernest Becker, Feet of Clay Saints, Sinners, and Madmen: A Study of Gurus by Anthony Storr, The Storyteller Essays by Walter Benjamin, Life of Dreams: Field Notes On Psi, Synchronicity, And Shamanism by Douglass Price-Williams, Ill Fares the Land by Tony Judt, The Adversary: A True Story of Monstrous Deception by Emmanuel Carrere ,High Culture: Drugs, Mysticism, and the Pursuit of Transcendence in the Modern World by Christopher Partridge, The Metamorphoses of Don Juan by Leo Weinstein, Bare-Faced Messiah by Russell Miller, Playing Indian by Philip J. Deloria, Shamanism, Colonialism, and the Wild Man: A Study in Terror and Healing by Michael Taussig, Shamans of the 20th Century by Ruth-Inge Heinze, Shamans Through Time: 500 Years on the Path to Knowledge edited by Jeremy Narby and Francis Huxley, The Human Career: The Self in the Symbolic World by Walter Goldschmidt, In Sorcery's Shadow by Paul Stoller, The Diabolic Root by Vincenzo Petrullo, Native Studies: American and Canadian Indians by John A. Price, The World of Time Inc by Curtis Prendergast, For Those Who Come After: A Study of Native American Autobiography by Arnold Krupat, Another Life by Michael Korda, The Contemporary Culture of the Cahita Indians by Ralph L. Beals, The American Adam by R.W. Lewis, A Magical Journey with Carlos Castaneda by Margaret Runyan, Slippery Characters: Ethnic Impersonators and Americans Identities by Laura Browder, The Theatre of Don Juan by Oscar Mandel, Impostors: Literary Hoaxes and Cultural Authenticity by Christopher Miller, The Sense of an Ending by Frank Kermode, Love and Death in the American Novel by Leslie Fiedler, The Powers That Be by David Halberstam, Melville's Quarrel With God by Lawrance Thompson, Shamanism Archaic Techniques of Ecstasy by Mircea Eliade, Extrasensory Ecology: Parapsychology and Anthropology by Joseph K. Long, On Phenomenology and Social Relations by Alfred Schutz, Seeing Castaneda by Daniel Noel, Prophetic Charisma by Len Oakes, Psychomagic: The Transformative Power of Shamanic Psychotherapy by Alejandro Jodorowsky, Death Valley and the Amargosa by Richard E. Lingenfelter