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Latest podcast episodes about Andy Samberg

Pen Pals with Daniel & Rory
RE: Toilet Paper & Horse Thieves w/ Andy Samberg

Pen Pals with Daniel & Rory

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 43:13


Dear Pennies & Pallers,This week we are joined by the hilarious Andy Samberg!In our first letter, the best summer camp employee ever asks us about our preferred toilet paper orientation (over or under?).In our second letter, a Pen Pal learns that they are the great-great-grandson of a horse thief. Rory asks: is stealing a horse that bad?We also discuss: Andy getting competitive in recreational soccer, why Wood is a great name for a caddy, the fear of splash back, learning family history later in life, and Andy's brawler grandfather swimming in the East River to blow off steam.We wish you well, sincerely,Your Pen Pals Daniel Van Kirk & Rory Scovel

Bulletproof Screenplay® Podcast
BPS 141: Selling Palm Springs for $17.5 Million at Sundance with Max Barbakow

Bulletproof Screenplay® Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 51:54


I believe that most indie filmmakers have a dream of making a feature film, getting accepted to the Sundance Film Festival, and that film would be fought over in a massive bidding war that generates millions of dollars for the filmmakers. I've called this dream the lottery ticket mentally. I always say that someone wins the lottery every week somewhere.Well, today's guest is that lottery ticket winner. Today on the show we have director Max Barbakow, the filmmaker behind the largest sale at Sundance in history. His film Palm Springs sold for a record-breaking $17.5 million and .69¢. Those last cents are what broke the record.The film stars Andy Samberg, Cristin Milioti, and J.K. Simmons and was acquired by NEON and Hulu at the festival.When carefree Nyles and reluctant maid of honor Sarah have a chance encounter at a Palm Springs wedding, things get complicated when they find themselves unable to escape the venue, themselves, or each other.I've always wanted to know what it was like to be a fly on the wall during a bidding war at Sundance. In today's episode, I take you through the improbable journey of this first-time feature filmmaker and his adventures of getting his film Palms Springs from the page to the Sundance record books.You can watch Palm Springs on Hulu.Enjoy my conversation with Max Barbakow.

Where To Stick It
Episode 67 - Hot Rod

Where To Stick It

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 43:14


The boys decide to do something a little different on this episode of the Where to Stick It Podcast. It's time for a re-visit! Only the best of the best movies can be qualified for a re-visit, and this one is no exception. We get a double dose of Andy Samberg this week with Hot Rod.  

Kinotomic
S02 E12 - Palm Springs (2020) & My Man Godfrey (1936)

Kinotomic

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2021 69:00


Dani and Nick return for the twelfth episode and season finale of season two of KINOTOMIC.This episode we talk about 'My Man Godfrey', directed by Gregory La Cava, and starring Carole Lombard and William Powell; and 'Palm Springs, directed by Max Barbakow and starring Andy Samberg and Cristin Milioti.In this episode we discuss female-led comedy films, the nature of a time-loop movie, and reflect on the season gone.Many thanks for listening! Don't panic, we will be back!!'My Man Godfrey' review by Roger EbertTwitter: @kinotomicContact us: kinotomic@gmail.com

Rotten Tomatoes is Wrong (A Podcast from Rotten Tomatoes)
52: Special Guest Chance the Rapper Takes Us to Task

Rotten Tomatoes is Wrong (A Podcast from Rotten Tomatoes)

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 65:19


Most Xtreme Podcast
Hot Rod with Josh Manley

Most Xtreme Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 69:39


Cool beans! Get your dirt bikes ready for some sick stunts and beating up step-dads. We're talking the cult classic 2007 comedy, Hot Rod! Join us for a discussion on everything The Lonely Island, Saturday Night Live, and the absurdist comedies of the 2000's.SUBSCRIBE to our Podcast Feed and Leave us a REVIEW!TWITTER - https://twitter.com/mostxtremepodINSTAGRAM - https://www.instagram.com/mostxtremepod/WEBSITE - https://mostxtremepodcast.simplecast.com/REDDIT - https://www.reddit.com/user/mostxtremepodEMAIL - mostxtremepodcast@gmail.com

Where To Stick It
Episode 66 - Palm Springs

Where To Stick It

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 48:58


On this episode, the boys follow Andy Samberg into a cave and regret that decision to this day, which for them is the same day, every day, forever. That's because they're now stuck in a time vortex and are forced to watch Palm Springs. How will the guy's handle living the same day for the rest of their lives? Listen in to find out.

Comedy Bang Bang: The Podcast
722. Andy Samberg, Ryan Rosenberg, Neil Campbell

Comedy Bang Bang: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2021 74:30


Friend of the show Andy Samberg returns to talk to Scott about the series finale of Brooklyn Nine-Nine, recall the lyrics to Hollywood Facts, and take a much needed plane break like the old days of CBB. Then, cow farmer Dusty stops by to talk about his daily routine on the farm. Plus, The Answer Seeker drops by to turn the tables on Scott and ask him some questions.

Beats and Speaks Podcast
Episode 208 - Andy Samberg and Maya Rudolph to Host "Baking It" at Peacock

Beats and Speaks Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2021 4:43


Andy Samberg and Maya Rudolph to Host "Baking It" at Peacock. Thank you. Please enjoy, watch, and listen to find out. Thank you. Enjoy and please subscribe. Thank you. Watch This Episode Here:https://youtu.be/XiwbRRVT6oAVideo Upload Schedule:Mondays: Entertainment, TV, Movies, Occasional 2nd Video Wednesdays: Wrestling Fridays: Entertainment, TV, Movies, Occasional 2nd Video???? Subscribe Here: http://bit.ly/2gHZFohRead more on Andy Samberg and Maya Rudolph Hosting "Baking It" at Peacock Here: http://thefutoncritic.com/news/2021/08/24/maya-rudolph-and-andy-samberg-set-as-hosts-of-peacocks-new-holiday-baking-competition-series-baking-it-693415/20210824peacock02/Hosted, directed, edited, and produced by: Leigh Dickey for Leigh Dickey Media #AndySamberg #MayaRudolph #BakingIt#BakingItPeacock#NBC#NBCPeacock#AmyPoehlerFollow The Fun on Social Media:???? Website: http://www.leightdickey.com???? More Content: https://linktr.ee/leightdickey???? Get in Touch/Business Inquiries: LEIGHTDICKEY@GMAIL.COM???? Subscribe to Leigh Dickey TV on YouTube: http://bit.ly/2gHZFoh???? Beats and Speaks Podcast: https://link.chtbl.com/bxoZzIRO???? Yo, Nostalgia: https://link.chtbl.com/7Qy7Isjj???? Pinfall - A Pro Wrestling Podcast: https://link.chtbl.com/Ws9igxEg???? Leigh on Wrestling Facebook Group: https://bit.ly/38a6CW9???? Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LeighTDickey???? Facebook Group :https://bit.ly/3xqLt4p???? Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/leightdickey???? Twitter: https://twitter.com/LeighTDickey???? TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@leighdickeytvAbout Me:Leigh Dickey | Host, Comedian, Actor, Voice Over Artist, and Producer.Hi there,Welcome to my channel. My name is Leigh Dickey, and I am a host, comedian, actor, voice over artist, and producer. I have spent my life in front of audiences, on camera, on air, and in recording studios.On Leigh Dickey TV you will find, stand up and sketch comedy videos, product reviews, vlogs, commentaries, podcasts, and so much more. Thanks for stopping by. Don't forget to comment, like, share, and subscribe. Thank you.Featured Music Track: "Ms. Victoria (There She Goes)"Written, Produced, and Performed by: Leigh DickeyRegistered to Leigh Tenebro-Dickey through SOCAN/BMI(C) Copyright 2017, Leigh DickeyBuy "Ms. Victoria (There She Goes) on LEIGHTDICKEY.COMtinyurl.com/y5669f7pBuy "Ms. Victoria (There She Goes)" on iTunes/Stream on Apple Music: https://itun.es/ca/BBLkkbBuy "Ms. Victoria (There She Goes)" on Amazon:https://goo.gl/sbiEftBuy "Ms. Victoria (There She Goes)" on Google Play: https://goo.gl/9sGKl4Stream "Ms. Victoria (There She Goes)" on Spotify: https://goo.gl/cCIvkU(C) Copyright 2021, Leigh Dickey and Leigh Dickey Media

500 Section Lounge
E99: Actor Sean Dillingham Turns the Lounge Blue

500 Section Lounge

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 100:33


**DISCLAIMER** We are very much a family-friendly show, but this week's guest provided content that contains PG-13 language, and beeping or removing some of his responses would have taken away from the content. Please be advised and if it means some ears don't hear this week's show, that's something up to you to decide! ENJOY!**This week the Lounge goes blue-ish! Actor Sean Dillingham joins the guys to talk about his career! Sean has appeared in over 110+ commercials and 60+ films and 20 national television series. He has had network television appearances on The NightShift, Longmire, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, This is Us, Yellowstone, & Better Call Saul! He has acted alongside Kevin Costner, Jane Seymour, Don Ameche, Stacy Keache, Andre Braugher, Andy Samberg, Milo Ventimiglia, Bob Odenkirk, and more!The guys start out just getting to know Sean and how a tree gave him the acting bug. They also ask about some of the commercials he's appeared in, and the inspiration on how he played some of the characters! Sean talks about when auditioning, he was up against some very STOUT competition and that's when he just decides to "swing for the fences." He talks about how he treats an audition, and how it can help with the anticipation of getting the part.Sean talks about some of the parts he's played, in his career, and that when on the set for Better Call Saul, he was getting ready to enjoy breakfast and interacts with a pretty important person! Now with the "new" way of casting calls (digitally), how does he do his auditions? Does he prefer it this way or the way it WAS? Why is it important to have "odd" qualifications? How does he decide to acquire some of his experience? How was working with an NBA superstar, on a commercial? This show is packed! It is so fun! It's a little blue in the language, but that happens! Sean was fantastic, and it was important to keep the value of his hangout! So, if you want to laugh and get to know a cool guy... sit back, relax, & #grabalisten!Go read up on Sean and see some of his commercials and other appearances, at https://www.seandillingham.com/! You will not be upset!

God Made Geek; Geek Made Stuff
Episode 80: Ep 080 - Palm Springs

God Made Geek; Geek Made Stuff

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 21:42


Alex and John gab about Hulu's timeloop comedy, Palm Springs, directed by Max Barbakow and starring Cristin Milioti and Andy Samberg. For suggestions, tweet at us @GMGGMS!

Daily Comedy News
Quick Hits: Chappelle, Samberg, Tomlinson, cool festivals this weekend

Daily Comedy News

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2021 11:58


Dave Chappelle looks back at his SNL appearances.Andy Samberg was on Fallon and was interrupted by Amy PohelerSam Neill is mad at LegoThe Rooftop Comedy Festival is half-over but sounds pretty cool!A look at Fraser Brown's show at Edinburgh FringeAnd enough about Fringe...how about FRIDGE COMEDY?

Brooklyn
The Guy from The Rolling Stones Died and Nicolas Cage is an intense Interview

Brooklyn

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2021 66:15


This week we discuss the latest M. Night Shymalan movie, the death of Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts and I play a snippet of my interview with Nicolas Cage.  

Late Night with Seth Meyers Podcast
Andy Samberg | Rudy Giuliani Drowns in Legal Bills; Mike Lindell Melts Down at Cyber Symposium: A Closer Look

Late Night with Seth Meyers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2021 25:07


Seth takes a closer look at Donald Trump's refusal to help Rudy Giuliani pay his legal bills and MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell's recent meltdown.Then, Dr. Fauchberg (Andy Samberg) stops by Late Night to share health updates on a new virus going around called the Frisbee virus.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Ryan Kelley Morning After
08-11-21 Segment 3 DFS Showdown, Comedians, and EMOTD

The Ryan Kelley Morning After

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2021 46:18


California Dreamin'. Best comedians on the program. A great look back at some of the best moments in TMA history. Mungenast DFS Showdown. Iggy selects Henrick Norlander, Zach Johnson, Mackenzie Hughes, Rickie Fowler, Webb Simpson, and Si Woo Kim. Tim picks Rickie Fowler, Mackenzie Hughes, Hank Lebioda, Adam Long, Russell Henley, and Robert Macintyre. White Lotus. Network TV. Andy Samberg. EMOTD. 

Red Carpet Rendezvous
John C. McGinley joins 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine'!!

Red Carpet Rendezvous

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2021 13:34


You may know John C. McGinley best from 'Scrubs'...or if you're anything like me, 'OFFICE SPACE'!  Now John joins Andy Samberg and the cast of 'Brooklyn Nine- Nine' for its 8th season premiere on Thursday, August 12th! John is as delightful to speak with as he is on screen!

Screen Verdict
Episode 241: Palm Springs Review - Palm Springs Review - Palm Springs Review

Screen Verdict

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2021 61:24


From the vault! This week Jonathan remembers that he forgot to upload our Palm Springs review... so here it is! Matt and Jonathan discuss what they would do if they were stuck in a time loop as well as what day they want to relive over and over again.For all our reviews and competitions you can follow us at - https://www.facebook.com/ScreenVerdictPodcast

We’ve Scene That Podcast
Palm Springs - #047

We’ve Scene That Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2021 65:16


The boys this week talk about Andy Samberg and Cristin Milioti in Palm Springs. And then they do it again. And then they do it again. And then they do it again...you get the point. Learn more about Scott's love for a show he knows he shouldn't love, but does anyway. Come back next week for a MASSIVE review. Listen to the episode to find out! Follow us on twitter!! @weve_scene_that --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/scenethatpod/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/scenethatpod/support

It's In My Queue
"JAKE PERALTA IS NOT REAL": Brooklyn Nine-Nine

It's In My Queue

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2021 67:27


We discuss the pilot episode of Brooklyn Nine-Nine, from some serious discussion about copaganda, to how Boyle and Rosa don't work for us, and our favorite monotone quips from Captain Holt. Find us on Twitter: @inmyqueuepod • @adinaterrific • @karaaa_powellAnd Instagram: @inmyqueuepodor send comments, questions,  and show suggestions to us at itsinmyqueuepod@gmail.com!

IVM Likes
Ep. 207: Music That Has a Mood

IVM Likes

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2021 85:19


What is the happiest song you've ever heard? What's the saddest? What's the funniest and the wackiest?On this episode, Antariksh is joined by fellow IVM staffers Jalasmi and Deep, to talk about songs that help dictate your mood the best - the happiest, saddest, funniest, wackiest, the most peaceful and most romantic songs ever. Tune in for a very fun episode.Also, don't miss the awesome recommendations round where Jalasmi recommended the movie 'Aamdani Atthanni Kharcha Rupaiya', Deep recommends the video game 'Samurai Jack: Battle Through Time' and Antariksh recommends the YouTube channel 'Grand Line Review'.Follow Deep on Instagram: https://instagram.com/oh.so.deepFollow Jalasmi on Instagram: https://instagram.com/hathi.ka.bacha Follow Antariksh on Instagram: https://instagram.com/antarikshtHave topics or things that you'd like for us to cover on the show? Reach out to us at talktous@indusvox.comYou can listen to this show and other awesome shows on the IVM Podcasts app on Android: https://ivm.today/android or iOS: https://ivm.today/ios, or any other podcast app.

The Filmlosophers
Lesson 277: Palm Springs (2020) - Timey Wimey (Spoilers)

The Filmlosophers

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2021 65:52


The Filmlosophers ends their cinematic exploration of Summer Flings as Intern Any reveals her final pick of the month, 2020's Palm Springs. The Time Lords open Pandora's box with a deep dive into Hulu's hit exclusive film from last year. Has Palm Springs reignited hope for streaming service original movies? Or does Andy Samberg overwhelm the flick with his humor? Grab your wedding invites & your popcorn, & tune in to find out in this week's episode of The Filmlosophers!

Reel It Back
‘I Love You, Man': We Love You, Listeners

Reel It Back

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2021 86:04


Slapping the bass! or Slappa da bass! or Slappa da bass mon! Any way is good for the guys as they discuss the 2009 comedy ‘I Love You, Man'. They start with the career of Paul Rudd and how they feel about him being a leading man. The guys get into all the big topics including, projectile vomiting, paninis, condoms and an odd story in a McDonald's drive-thru. They discuss all those great scenes, all the amazing lines and give a Top 5 Paul Rudd project list! The Recast closes it with some great comedic actors attempting to play Pistol and Jobin. Laters on the menjay!Twitter: @ReelItBackPodInstagram: ReelItBackPodFacebook: Reel It BackPart of the Walk-Ons NetworkThank you for listening!

Unorthodox
Lobster Roles: Ep. 283

Unorthodox

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2021 69:12


This week on Unorthodox, it's all about free lobster, dog crimes, and of course...Israeli stray cats. We speak with Jaren Lewison, star of the Netflix show "Never Have I Ever." He tells us about playing a Jewish character on a hit TV show, working with Mindy Kaling and Andy Samberg, and balancing college life (go ZBT!) and acting. Then we hear from Gentile of the Week Andrew Gruel, Founder and Executive Chef of Slapfish Restaurant, who spoke with us about his work combating hunger, including providing free lobster to those in need. But first, an important request from our own Mark Oppenheimer. Can you help him out? Leave us a voicemail at (914) 570-4869, or email him at moppenheimer@tabletmag.com. As always, let us know what you think of the show! Send us comments and questions at unorthodox@tabletmag.com, or leave us a voicemail at (914) 570-4869. You can also record a voice memo on your smartphone and email it to us. Subscribe to our weekly newsletter to get new episodes, photos, and more. Join our Facebook group, and follow Unorthodox on Twitter and Instagram. Get a behind-the-scenes look at our recording sessions on our YouTube channel! Get your Unorthodox T-shirts, mugs, and baby onesies at bit.ly/unorthoshirt. Want to book us for a live show? Email producer Josh Kross at jkross@tabletmag.com. Check out all of Tablet's podcasts at tabletmag.com/podcasts. Sponsors: KOL Foods wants to give you a free turkey breast! Head to KOLFoods.com and use promo code UnorthodoxRH while you check out for 10% off your order. If you're one of the first 15 new customers to order, you'll get a free turkey breast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Random Access History
Estados Unidos: La película

Random Access History

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2021 51:01


En este episodio hicimos una histocrítica sobre America: The Motion Picture (2021). La película es mala, pero aprovechamos para hablar sobre la historia de Estados Unidos, lo que se cuenta y lo que no.  También les contamos sobre las casas de los presidentes de Colombia y sobre una película censurada en los años veinte. Apóyanos en Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/randomaccesshistory  Encuentra todos nuestros links aquí: https://flow.page/randomaccesshistory  Para leer o ver: Zinn, Howard. La otra historia de los Estados Unidos: (desde 1492 hasta hoy). Hondarribia: Hiru, 2005. Bender, Thomas. Historia de los Estados Unidos: una nación entre naciones. Buenos Aires: Siglo XXI, 2011. Garras de oro con la musicalización de 2012: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E26BzEI6BMg  Referencias:  Sobre Las casas de los presidentes   Sobre Garras de Oro Bolaños Florido, Leidy Paola. “La Censura de Garras de Oro y La Propagación de La Antiamericanización En Los Años Veinte: Un Asunto Internacional.” Secuencia, no. 106 (April 2020). https://doi.org/10.18234/secuencia.v0i106.1695. Música de Sergio Tovar: https://soundcloud.com/sergiotovar  Editado por José Nicolás Jaramillo.

Showdino
39: Palm Springs (2020)

Showdino

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2021 41:43


Palm Springs is a 2020 American romantic comedy film directed by Max Barbakow and written by Andy Siara. It stars Andy Samberg, Cristin Milioti, Peter Gallagher, and J. K. Simmons, and follows two strangers who meet at a Palm Springs wedding only to get stuck in a time loop. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Palm_Springs_(2020_film)

Netflix Is A Daily Joke
The Lonley Island: A Song about Bench Pressing Babes

Netflix Is A Daily Joke

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2021 3:20


The Lonely Island sing about bench pressing babes in "The Lonely Island Presents: The Unauthorized Bash Brothers Experience".

Greatest Movies of All Time Podcast
Episode 35 - Hot Rod (2007)

Greatest Movies of All Time Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2021 97:22


  We are talking HOT ROD (2007) - one of JB's self-proclaimed greats. Since we are finally checking out this Andy Samberg vehicle, It is only fitting that JB returns to the show to defend his selection.    But is it one of the greats?   Timestamps   00:05:22 - LEAGUE OF THE GREATS - Fantasy Film League check-in.   00:17:24 - WE'VE BEEN WATCHING SOME OTHER MOVIES TOO: 30 MINUTES OR LESS (2011), FATHERHOOD (2021), NOBODY (2021), IN THE HEIGHTS (2021), VIVARIUM (2019), MY BIG FAT GREEK WEDDING (2002)   00:32:32 - HOT ROD discussion and debate   01:12:12 - LET'S PLAY A GAME! This week's game is The Letterboxd Game - featuring the Hot Rod Films List by Letterboxd user RetroHound: https://letterboxd.com/retrohound/list/hot-rod-movies/     Follow along with The League of Greats scores and all things related to the podcast at http://www.leagueofthegreats.com.    Find us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/greatestmoviespodcast/ Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/movies_greatest Follow us on Letterboxd: https://letterboxd.com/greatestmovies/    All music on the podcast is written, recorded, and performed by https://soundcloud.com/padge55.  

Good Times with Alex and Ryan
Good Times Express- Traveling Toilets, Dikembe Mutombo, And Non Alcoholic Jello Shots

Good Times with Alex and Ryan

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2021 12:53


Andy Samberg and The Lonely Island were inspired to write one of their classic hits during a relaxing day of bird watching. Alex travels with his own personal toilet. Alex's spirit animal is a seal. The Boy's dream of using Monopoly money as actual currency has finally come true. Ryan shows up to a party with non alcoholic Jello shots. Dikembe Mutombo rejects Kim Jong- Un into the next city. All that and much more on this fun filled edition of Good Times With Alex and Ryan Express. New episodes are released every Wednesday morning. Our links- https://linktr.ee/goodtimeswithalexandryan You can catch up on all the earlier episodes on You Tube, Apple Podcast, Spotify, Radio Republic, Audible, IheartRadio, or Google Podcasts. Just search Good Times With Alex and Ryan. Don't forget to check out our merch store @teespring.com Just search Good Times With Alex and Ryan. You can follow Ryan on any social media platform @Ryanwsprague You can follow Alex on Twitter @Vandollar15 You can follow Alex on You Tube @Alexvanover You can follow Alex on Instagram @Alexvanover15 You can follow the Good Times Podcast on Twitter @good_times_pod You can follow the Good Times Podcast on You Tube @GoodTimesWithAlexandRyan You can follow the Good Times Podcast on Instagram @goodtimeswithalexandryan --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Blast Zone
Episode 20 - That's My Boy

Blast Zone

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2021 59:50


What to say about this movie... It's definitely a movie and it definitely bombed. BUT we are joined by the amazing Hayley (@2Saddington) to talk about it and Adam Sandler as a wholeTHAT'S MY BOY- Release date: June 15, 2012- Budget: $70M- Box office: $57.7M- Estimated loss: $40M- Director: Sean Anders- Starring: Adam Sandler, Andy Samberg, Leighton Meester, James Caan, Vanilla Ice, Milo VentimigliaNEXT WEEK: We talk about the cult classic space pirate adventure romp TREASURE PLANET

The NOMCAST - Netflix Original Movie Podcast
AMERICA: THE MOTION PICTURE Review - Netflix's Edgier Adult Animation Future Takes On America's Past

The NOMCAST - Netflix Original Movie Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2021 27:58


In a week that saw #BlackAF creator Kenya Barris back out of his development deal with Netflix because they weren't edgy & becoming "CBS", the streamer drops a more crass, yet self-effacing animated feature, AMERICA: THE MOTION PICTURE, which features a chainsaw-wielding George Washington assembling a team of early U.S. historical figures to take on Benedict Arnold & the British Army under King James. In the first part of this review, we look at what this type of film means through the prism of the Kenya Barris' comments & journalist Josh Shepherd's opinion piece on What's On Netflix about the potential damage a film like this could do to Netflix's evolving image as a more safe & family-friendly platform (1:00). Then, we dive into our review of the film including: our love for Lord & Miller and Matt Thompson, movie-stealer Jason Mantzoukas, non-stop pop culture references, & much more (9:16)! Thanks to PODGO for sponsoring this episode of The NOMCAST. Apply today to become a member and immediately be connected with advertisers that fit your audience. Visit PODGO.CO and be sure to add our podcast in the “How did you hear about PODGO?” section of the application! Follow The NOMCAST - Netflix Original Movie Podcast on Twitter/Instagram @nomcastpod Visit us on the web at https://nomcastpod.com/ (https://nomcastpod.com/) From the founding fathers of "Archer", Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse, The Expendables, & Magic Mike, AMERICA: THE MOTION PICTURE tells the story of a chainsaw-wielding George Washington teaming up with beer-loving bro Sam Adams to take down the Brits in a tongue-in-cheek riff on the American Revolution. Featuring the voices of Channing Tatum, Jason Mantzoukas, Simon Pegg, Andy Samberg, Olivia Munn, Will Forte, Judy Greer, Killer Mike, Bobby Moynihan, & many more!

Mac & Gu
Top 10 I Think You Should Leave Sketches: Season 1 (309)

Mac & Gu

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2021 40:14


We count down the best sketches from season one of Tim Robinson's Netflix sketch comedy show - I Think You Should Leave.What's your favorite sketch? Are you excited for season 2. Did you know the rule about eh fully loaded nachos?BUT WAIT, THERE'S MORE!We discuss some 'This or That scenarios,' our troubles with Apple & MUCH MORE! Join the conversation on Twitter: MACandGUpodcast

This Is Important
Ep 43: The Time Adam Almost Fought Andy Samberg

This Is Important

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2021 69:09


Today, this is what's important: Lady Bugs movie, Conan, Game Of Thrones, serial killers, High School Musical vs Men In Black, remembering jokes from Workaholics, The Loney Island, SNL after parties, the Clippers, and more. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

ROM-COM edians
33. Palm Springs + Motions Of Life + Andy Samberg

ROM-COM edians

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2021 41:34


WE'RE GOING TO PALM SPRINGS! Not really, but we're taking you back to the 2020 movie of the year, Palm Springs! We touch on some deep subject matters about life and the "nothing matters" mentality that some people live their by. We discuss the perseverance you must have when achieving a dream or goal that no one can see but you! Also let's talk about how Andy Samberg's talent and career is going up on all our vision boards this year. Follow us: @romcomedianspod @abbeyfinch @_jennyjennings

Folklore Friday
Ep:30 Supernatural Storytelling

Folklore Friday

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2021 63:57


Do you ever wonder what the difference between Supernatural vs Paranormal is? Or Fantasy vs Sci Fi? Well put on your seatbelts because in this episode Kris and I do a deep dive of these types of Genres in Fiction.   |00:38 - 03:25|  Everyday Folklore “Step on a Crack Break your Mother's Back”   |06:30| Supernatural Storytelling   |MUSICAL CREDIT| “Easy Trip Trap” The Brothers Records “Tragic Story”  by Myuu SOUND CREDIT "Ambience, Children Playing, Distant, A.wav" by InspectorJ (www.jshaw.co.uk) of Freesound.org |INFO CREDIT| https://www.masterclass.com/articles/guide-to-supernatural-vs-paranormal-fiction#6-examples-of-supernatural-fiction https://www.quora.com/What-is-the-origin-of-the-Step-on-a-crack-break-your-mothers-back-superstition http://www.smartalecksguide.com/2011/09/are-there-dark-origins-behind-step-on.html |TRANSCRIPT| Hello, my little strange things. On this podcast I discussed the world's folklore, myths, legends and superstition. I explore what these stories meant to the cultures that shared them the different uses of lore and our modern day entertainment, and the history of it all. Welcome to folklore Friday. Every day   Have you ever heard the phrase step on a crack break your mother's back? This was definitely something I heard and said as a child. Even when the other kids and I would question it, that won't really happen. You won't really break your mountains back. Right? It was still something that was fun to say and a fun game to see if you could walk the entire length of the sidewalk without stepping on a crack. This is something in the category of playground lore, meaning lore or superstition that is said and shared among children. There have been multiple versions of the same and it has changed over the years. There's another version that warn children that bears would eat them. Step on a crack and you'll be a bear snack. Another is step on a line and you'll break your mother's fine step on a home, break your mother's sugar bowl, step on a nail and you'll put your dad in jail.   The implication is if a child steps out of line, violence will come to them or one of their parents.   One could say that the idea behind this game is enforcing societal views. That bad behavior of children reflects poorly on the parents, implying that those children act the way they do because their parents did not teach them better.   Even our judiciary system does not try children under the age of 18 as adults, further enforcing that minors are not fully accountable or responsible for their actions until they turn 18. With that in mind, is it possible that this game and phrase said by children is teaching them early on that their bad behavior affects their parents? And ultimately others around them? Or is it just a silly thing? Kids sometimes say to scare each other? or play a game? Tell me what do you think?   Now back to your regularly scheduled program.   Hello, strange Lynx. Just a little housekeeping before I get the episode started. I want to say I'm excited to be back and I've got some fun plans for season two. Hopefully, I'll be able to put out an episode every week. And I really want to get more more listeners involved because I know you're out there I can see the numbers and they're popping up and all sorts of different countries. And so messaged me talk to me, I want to know the things that you want to hear about. I got a text today asking me about Medusa and I was like, hells Yeah, I don't know that much about her except she had snakes for hair. So gonna be researching that. So I want a little bit more engagement. On that note. I hate asking for reviews. I hate it. If you haven't noticed, I don't do it that much. But now, after a year of having the podcast, I can count on one hand the number of reviews I've had. 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But as many breaks often tend to do life happened in the middle. So the time kept getting away from I was like, Oh my gosh, it's almost June. So I'm recording finally. And I am happy to be back recording. Hell yeah. Okay, so today we're going to be talking about supernatural storytelling. I'm not sure if that's going to be the title, either supernatural or paranormal. But why I can't decide it's because we're going to be talking about everything under the umbrella of strange, Supernatural, paranormal, yada, yada, yada and talk about the differences. And honestly supernatural and paranormal I thought they were the same thing. And even though the definitions are different, they're portrayed as the same thing I would say in a lot of entertainment. What about you?   Yeah, I mean, they often get mixed in and they're pretty close. So until you start getting into the actual hard definitions of them then you go Oh, okay. Yeah, I guess I can see the difference there.   Yeah, cuz when I think when when I think supernatural I think all different kinds of monsters and demons and anything spiritual when I think paranormal I only think ghosts. Yeah, good. Like usually where I go with it to like paranormal investigations and stuff like that. Yeah, so that was pretty much what I understood before I did the research. So let's talk about it. Okay. According to the Oxford Dictionary, a manifestation or event attributed to some force beyond scientific understanding, or the laws of nature.   So in the Merriam Webster dictionary, the supernatural definition is, Of or relating to an order of existence beyond the visible, observable universe, especially, Of or relating to God, or a god demigod, spirit, or devil.   And this I found on masterclass.com of what is supernatural fiction, and it says, the supernatural genre incorporates elements that cannot be understood by science, and operate outside the rules of the real world. supernatural fiction normally concerns itself. supernatural fiction normally concerns itself with matters of God, the soul, archangels, and resurrection. Sub genres include supernatural horror fiction, ie the work of HP, Lovecraft, Gothic, ie Frankenstein, ghost stories, supernatural thrillers and other mccobb stories in the horror genre. So you can see how it all kind of mixes together, but this is stating that supernatural is a bit more limited than what I thought. But when you just look at the definition of supernatural, but this is saying supernatural fiction can incorporate a lot of different things. Continuing from the website masterclass, calm   the paranormal genre of literary fiction includes beings and phenomena that are outside the realm of normal Normal scientific understanding of the natural world. Though the paranormal genre may include supernatural list elements, this fiction genre generally includes creatures that have been popularized by folklore fairy tales and popular culture such as fairies, aliens, shapeshifters and the undead   so this so this makes me think it's like flip flops. I think paranormal I think just ghosts. But when I think supernatural I think everything it just stated that it's actually right flip flops. So continuing on. Sub genres that fall into the paranormal fiction category include paranormal romance, urban fantasy, fantasy, romance novels, and paranormal fantasy. The paranormal romance genre has yielded many New York Times bestselling hardcovers and audio books in recent years which storylines around young adult and high school aged main characters who fall in love with the paranormal creature, okay, and some examples would include the Twilight series, Moon called by Patricia Briggs, I've read all of those Oh, there's so freaking good interview with a vampire That one's famous by Anne Rice. And then I'm just reading off once   it's anything that has to do with vampire apparently.   Yeah, discovery of witches vampires, which is the hollow series I don't know what that is. But I've discovered anything titled The the hollow or has the hollow in it is worth checking out because it's usually paranormal on The Mortal Instruments. Okay, so this included examples of fantasy, mortal, mortal engines. That's what I was thinking of going back. Okay, so this kind of locked in fantasy, together with paranormal but here's the difference. There are some debate in the literary world about whether or not high fantasy fiction dark fantasy and other contemporary fantasy genres fall in the supernatural or paranormal category. Though popular fantasy novels and fantasy series like jrr Tolkien's I didn't know it was our Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings and JK Rowling's Harry Potter may include supernatural creatures and elements of the paranormal. fantasy books are generally considered to be their own distinct genre. Okay, and the reason for that is okay, from what I can understand, supernatural and paranormal exist within our world. It's like everything that you know now our world but then add in a vampire, or add in a witch or add in blah, blah, blah. But fantasy exists in a world outside of our world. Right.   So Harry Potter still manages to get outside of our world, because they have their own best secret wizarding world is not really a thing, but it but maybe just had some person who does magic in the normal world. Does that then not make it fantasy?   Yes. So like charmed. would be paired. It would be paranormal, paranormal because they exist in our world. But it's really easy to think of examples like Lord of the Rings, or Oh, come on, what are some other fantasies stuff? I can't think of anything that that new show that we just started watching that you like Shadow and Bone bone. It's like a world that does not exist in our world made up world. Yeah, yeah, exactly. And so that actually helped me kind of distinguish the two of them. Okay, okay. And I don't normally like what Wikipedia says. But I really like the wording. It says in the difference of definitions. The supernatural genre highlights supernatural creatures or happenings within the real world. Moreover, supernatural fiction also tends to focus on suspense and mystery and less on action, and adventure. Fantasy usually takes place in another world. We're fantastical creatures or magic, our normal Labyrinth, the labyrinth legend. Yes. Melissa sent. So awesome. Legend. Yeah, Tom Cruise. I only came out a little while ago. Oh my gosh, like 20 years 3030 or 40, maybe 1985, almost forever. before I was born, so hopefully strange links that answers your questions. But yeah, you can see how it can all get mixed together. But the biggest difference I would say is between fantasy and everything else.   Right. And I would say for the most part, you're zeroing in on paranormal stuff. Correct where we thought maybe it was supernatural that you were focusing in on Moreover, it's paranormal or normal.   And I think the thing that messes Up is one the show supernatural everything right and then shows like paranormal investigations paranormal investigator mostly hunt ghosts so turns out they're wrong.   The other ones as far as you know, movies and TV using them supernatural and paranormal usually feel pretty interchangeable. Yeah, I would say so. I mean, it to say that it's supernatural and it just goes beyond the rules of science can encompass a lot of things still. Yeah, but calling it paranormal seems to maybe focusing on it a little bit more insane. Like No, it's these folklore things in particular. Yeah. That we're seeing. Yeah, that makes a supernatural maybe also is saying that around those same kinds of things a little bit,   because the thing anything outside of science, yeah. Proven.   Yeah. You can't scientifically explain this. And it seems beyond the laws of nature.   Okay. So like, like the show fringe or fringe science? Yeah, possibly. But then when you zero in on it, like monsters, magic, or norm, those are paranormal. Okay, actually, that helped me still   end up in those are science fiction type things would hit a lot of supernatural stuff. But sometimes they like to be like, and then this monster exist?   Oh, yeah. And we didn't even talk about sci fi. Okay, so sci fi, you explain it. I don't actually have a definition. But the difference is things that could maybe possibly exist within science, right? Think of   within the realm of scientific possibility, right, but yet have not been yet discovered or proven? Or, you know, a lot of quantum theory. Any time travel thing is potentially possible, maybe because we've thought about it scientifically, but nothing's been proven behind that. So that's the science fiction thing. Most space traveling type things   are way in the future Star Trek, it all has   this potential to exist because science says that it's possible, but we've definitely not gotten there yet.   Yeah, so that's the big difference. sci fi, obviously science fiction, Supernatural, paranormal, my little magic and   yeah, beyond any kind of scientific explanation, because it just defies the laws of nature. Yeah, yeah. But science fiction is saying, Yeah, possible. But we haven't actually worked it out quite yet.   Yeah. So now, we're going to discuss a little bit about history of supernatural specifically when it pertains to folklore and super superstition. First off, it serves a purpose. It wasn't just this small minded thing that people thought up to scare their children. Most of folklore and superstition comes from a time where they didn't have scientific understanding, and they didn't have medical knowledge. So the way your body decayed, or the moon, or things that happen in NIH, that people didn't understand, because they didn't have that understanding of what was actually going on.   This is what they figured out what's going on. And this was their explanation of it. Exactly. Yeah. They believed it to be true, because this is what they worked out.   And it was it. And that was a good thing, because it gave them an answer where there otherwise wasn't one. The example that I use a lot is the idea of changeling children. It's this concept that a fairy would come and take your kid in the middle of the night and replace it with this human like child's but wasn't because it was created out of magic. And the symptoms that they say that these children had, they wouldn't look you in the eyes. They didn't like being hugged, and they had large appetites. And they didn't like socializing with the other children. So like kind of toddler age. So a lot of modern day psychologists and historians say those kids were probably autistic. And these stories go back. So so far, no, I mean, to get into anti vaccine, but here's a good example of this existed long before it had a diagnosis. And the stories offered these families that were just confused. An explanation were there otherwise wasn't one. Well said. So. So that's an example of how folklore can serve a purpose. And it was probably beneficial to those families because they were like, Oh, it's not my fault. This thing came in the middle of the night and took my baby and now I care for this one. Okay. And then something Chris and I were talking about a while ago is people still have folkloric beliefs and superstition To this day, depending on what country or what culture there's some people that are very heavily involved in superstition,   especially superstitious things. ask anybody that plays a sport. They're superstitious at all or if they do anything to make sure that they have good luck going in this Something like that it that's all superstition, because there's no evidence that it's actually working or not. Even though people might still say that they have evidence behind it, because they won that game, or something like that, but so all superstitions behind it. I mean, even just those general big ones of walking on their ladder, it's bad luck and all those different ways to get bad luck breaking a mirror. These all these things just settle into people's brains. And they, then they're, they've convinced themselves of it. And so just take that and think about being told a story about how sticking a stake in a dead person and nailing him into the coffin was make sure that they don't become a vampire. It's easy to believe. Yeah. It's not worth it. No one's telling you that that's not the right thing.   Okay, so as the world continued on, and we learned, how our bodies worked, how things happen that seemed magical turned out to just be kind of a natural process. folklore became something that faded into the background and then became a part of entertainment. So you can see examples of that in Shakespeare. What are some examples in Shakespeare Besides, okay, I can think of Hamlet, Midsummer Night's Dream. It's a strange perfect POC. Yeah, creature. So in Hamlet, there's the ghost of his father. And then what's the one we're there on the iPad, the tempest Tempest, a bunch of magic in the Tempus. Okay, in 1897. book was written called Camilla, which actually came out before Dracula. And it is about a lesbian vampire. The story is narrated by a young woman preyed upon by a female vampire named Camilla. Then novella, notably, never acknowledges homosexuality and an end to agonistic trait, leaving it subtle, and relatively on mentioned. Now, my opinion is if that was about to human lady love, and ladies, that would not be accepted. And then lady lovingly. Did you like that? So homosexuality was outlawed in different areas during that time. So what made this sneak through to mainstream is because Camilla wasn't a human, she was a vampire. So what I find interesting about this is that they used these kind of folkloric beliefs as a way to talk about something that maybe they otherwise couldn't talk about. So maybe there was some closeted women who were like, Oh, my gosh, I'm not alone. Somebody feels this way. Yeah, and it's a vampire, and it's a vampire. That's what I should be. And thus, the fascination started. So it's interesting to think about how vampires went from this thing of legends that was really scary to this thing that became maybe a little bit more relatable. And there was a level of romanticism and we see the beginnings of that with stories like Mila, and Dracula. And then later, the same thing happen with witches, we saw them starting out as villains, and then they eventually became the protagonists.   So in that, which is went from being villains, to the woman next door, starting with shows like bewitched, which began in 1964, where there was a beloved witch as the main character in it, even though she had to keep her identity hidden as a witch. She's still that the titular character, something similar to that I was thinking of was I Dream of Jeannie. And that started in 1965. So seeming, there's mid 60, things are starting this revolution of these folkloric ideas being these more upbeat, kind of happy things that we can cover and talk about and it's all okay.   Yeah, it was like to be burned at the stake. Yeah. Or like, I'll get you my pretty rich to the east. Now. These ladies existed in suburbia, and so is a much more accepted thing. And it was comfortable for people. And then it went even more so which is begin to be romanticized. And then, you know, vampires had been romanticized since Camilla, and Dracula. And we've seen that become so much more mainstream in the past decade with things like Twilight. But then you can even see examples of you know, Twilight, we've got vampires and werewolves, but now even zombies have their own love stories with movies like warm bodies, and I'm sure there's more but that's the only one I can think of. I can't think of any other zombie zombie story. I mean, izombie kind of Oh zombies cute. will be More people, not just these. Raise your brain. Yeah. Yeah. Thinking sentience, creatures loving intelligent people are ones that also needed to eat people. Yeah. But they figured out or the one way that Drew Barrymore Oh, the Santa Clarita Diet. Yeah. Oh my gosh. I love that show. Oh, heck, how did you forget that one? I don't know. Yeah, check that out. Listeners because that's on Netflix. Yeah, another suburbian example. She's like a wife. She's a like real estate. That's like, bewitched, but that's totally what that is. That's exactly what it is. It's a strong like magic or, you know, supernatural woman, like her human husband. That's okay. With her being this theory. She's trying to support it and manage it. It's actually trying to keep it secret. Yeah, I'm pretty sure it's very feminine thing, because all of those shows are wonderfully feminist in the way that their husbands are accepting with their wives being these things and a good example. Okay, so I want to know is now in the modern world, we know things like zombies and vampires and werewolves we know those things don't exist, because we understand how do we know Yeah. Yeah. But for the most part, they're no longer stories that terrify people. Now, they're stories that are entertaining. So in, Chris, in your opinion, why are these stories entertaining for people, because we still hope they do exist, they exist, still want to grow. And that's why   it's so romanticize being a vampire that then it's not even like, Oh, my gosh, I hope I don't get attacked by a vampire. It's like, gosh, I hope I get turned. So I can be a vampire and vampire things. I mean, that's what Twilight is all about is like, she's, you know, spoiler alert, if you. But I'm Twilight, that Bella eventually turns into a vampire. And then, and now she's a strong werewolf guy. And so it's cool to be this thing. It's neat to be your, you have this power as an outsider. And that's what a lot of people are also looking for, too, is that this, you're this outsider with these special abilities, and you're different from everyone else. But that's pretty cool thing to be.   Because you can still fit in society. Right? You have this this extra thing about you. And I think from the documentaries I've watched on these type of stories, people say that, especially for adolescence, they feel like they don't fit in. And so to see stories like this, where people are existing in a society that looks like ours, but yet there's something unique and inherently different about them. They're like, I can relate to that. I know what that feels like. And so sometimes it's a lot easier for people to relate to. What I think is something that's really interesting about these types of stories is because it's interesting to see characters deal with human emotions. But there's also something that gives them a supernatural power. So everything is supercharged. So if you get jealous, and you have to kill people to live, if you get jealous of somebody, you're like, Oh, I got to not kill that person, I got fight my instinct to not kill them. and different things like that. Or if you have magical abilities, and you get upset, and you like murder five people around you,   yeah, that's like, watch blade. Read the blade comics, because that's why he's awesome. With all those things that you said, you have to watch some blade, because he's dealing with that kind of like, I'm this monster, but I'm a monster killer, I have to battle, this inner monster of mine with these powers that I that I have behind it. And that struggle that he has with himself about who he is. That's big on that. And I mean, that all just then turns into also not just vampires and werewolves in but superhero movies are the same kind of thing. They fall into that same exact kind of storytelling of how do I have? How do I manage these these newfound abilities, these crazy things that are outside of the normal world and still exist and be who I am in the normal world? Where does that balance happen?   Yeah, because the decisions that someone that's just a regular Joe Schmo human have to make are probably a little bit different than someone that has these crazy abilities,   right. Whether they be superpowers or things that potentially make you a monster, like a vampire. Yeah. That's why it's fun to watch it, see where they go with it.   And I like that I think that like vampires and werewolves are interesting, because it's this idea that they are like human, but they're not. So they have to fight their very nature, which is what you were talking about right with with blade. And a really good example that that I like, is the character Damon from the Vampire Diaries, because he's such a good example, because he is just merciless. In the beginning. He's just like killing people left and right. Zero apologies. He doesn't feel obligated to live the human code. Because he's not human. And one of his, one of his lines is, I kill people. It's in my nature. It's who I am. And so it's also interesting to see people not fall into that moral code. Because if you really think about it, they're like, Well, I'm not a human. And so to see, it's also interesting to see bad vampires and bad werewolves.   I could almost see Dexter. Yeah, from the show Dexter saying those? Same, that exact line. Yeah, like, this is who I am. It's in my nature, it's who I am. I think he might have said,   aim it towards bad people.   I mean, that's what makes that it's that it's that gets to be in that same world of what we're doing with the supernatural and paranormal, but it's just a normal guy. Like he's fighting his inner monster. And that's just a great way to tell a story. Yeah, person's inner battle with themselves and are nice, fun, and sometimes easy way to do it. It's be like, well, there,   there's this thing that they're struggling with.   Yeah, they're vampire. They're werewolves, they're whatever this thing is that they have to deal with. And let's see where that goes.   And I think I like that storyline, because you're taking someone that's for the most partly human, and then you're giving them all these different powers. But having those powers of those abilities, doesn't make your problems go away. And that, in my opinion, is why that's interesting, because you still have to deal with all this rain, jealous, wanting to be loved wanting to fit in blabbity, blah, blah, blah, like all of those things are still there. And I think that's really, really good. I don't know, metaphor, or have you another example of why I like these stories. In comparison to say true crime, True Crime can kind of battle with the go over that struggle that you were talking about. With Dexter, it's, you get to see these stories of people that went there, that cracked that completely lost their humanity, and they gave into the darker sides. I don't like stories like that. I get why people like them. But they scare me. terrifying to me, because they're things that really happen. And so when I watch true crime, I'm paranoid for the next week, I look at my neighbors like, that could be a killer, that that guy, that guy checking me out of the grocery store, who knows, and I don't like it. I like these stories, because for the most part, they're not real. Things like that. As far as we know, as far as we know, disclaimer, as far as we know, but I find it soothing. in a weird way. I think I fell in love with the exiles as a kid because I could think, oh, man, I got shit going on in my life. But at least I don't have these problems. At least I don't have some alien or I have to go into some conspiracy of the world even though some people claim that that has happened and then when I feel feel for you, but I'm talking about the non alien stuff. But yeah, I can't I like Chris said, we don't know. I can't disprove spirits, werewolves vampires, but I can sleep through the night if I watched something right as elements.   Because you, you know, you're hoping that your neighbor isn't a vampire. But you're like, could he be a killer? Yeah, exactly. That's exactly.   Okay. And this is a quote from an article that I got that all I'll post the link in the description, we like novelty, something that departs from our everyday experience, some of the attraction of being scared comes from the deviation of having a new experience that we know is safe. Okay, want to split that up into two parts. So first one, it says something that departs from our everyday experience. This is something that Chris and I have talked about, is that Chris loves things that I would say fantasy that's created this whole world and this whole universe   of science fiction will do that too, with you know, jumps into the future of space. Stories, when they're like this is this whole new world, this universe that's been created, you know, Star Wars kind of dances that line of being fantasy and science fiction, because, you know, it's in a galaxy far, far away, and it's creating this whole different new world. But could that exist? You know, scientifically? Yeah. Probably most part. So it's those types of things play in that nice, beautiful place of the new. I like the new instead of what's already here and around me in my everyday life. I don't need other people's versions of their everyday life, I want to see this new, amazing world that has all these new discoveries for me.   Yeah, a good example. Sorry, before we were married, and I was at his apartment, and like, my internet sucked. So he let me come over and use the internet, which is code for watch stuff. He got back from work. And I was watching Parenthood, which is, you know, kind of like a dramedy about being parents and this whole family and how they all work. And there's this scene where this couple who's getting divorced has this, like emotional conversation. And Chris was like, I don't need to watch this. This is depressing. This is real. I don't need to watch it. I don't find this entertaining. And it was just a good example. But some people feel like that's important. And they feel really rejuvenated. My sister's one of those I asked like, what audio books do you listen to? And she's like, I like autobiographies and anything to do with World War Two.   Yeah, I think there's a place for it. I think that it's fine for people who enjoy it. I just not for me.   Yeah. Insane when it when my sister was talking about that. I was like, Uh huh. I only listen to things with vampires and werewolves and witches, like that's the majority, it's autobiographies of comedians. And then like fantasy books, that's how I listened to. Because it's that idea of like, I know what happens in the daily I want something extra. So now we're gonna talk about storylines that are popular in these types of genres,   paranormal supernatural fantasy genres. So one of the first ones that came to mind for us particularly is what we call Freaky Friday. And that's where they just have a Friday and it's freaky. Know what happens there. If you ever seen that movie Freaky Friday is that it's like a swap between two people, you get to live out their life, because some, by some magical or even scientific means their minds get swapped, and you're in their body, and now you have to exist and do the things that they were going to do in their life. And then, you know, discoveries are made, and you get revelations, and you're like, Oh, my stuff was hard. I didn't understand you, and all that deep stuff happens, but it's Freaky Friday for everyone.   And that, you know, obviously, we've seen the movie Freaky Friday, and then there's like other versions of that storyline, but we see it a lot in television writing, especially for shows that are magical. And my favorite type of Freaky Friday is when it's more than just two people. It's a whole night everyone can switch with someone else. Like in Jumanji, the second one. Oh, yeah, that's a really that's, that's, that's my favorite kind of Freaky Friday where they all are getting switched up, and they all are jumping in. And then you get to see those actors act like different characters. Oh, my God, it's perfect. I love it.   And this kind of thing has happened in shows like Star Trek. I know. I've seen a supernatural that's happened in that show for charm term. Both of them even happens a little bit, sometimes in shows that aren't focused around paranormal supernatural things. It's kind of like a almost a dream Dream that they were that person. And then they're like, Oh, crap, I understand them better.   Yeah, but yeah, there's a really good episode in lost girl, where they all get like, switched around. It's Yeah, so there's lots of examples. You can go into that. I like that. Okay. Another type that we've seen, and this isn't maybe not storyline, but a thread for a show is creature of the week. So there's a new threat in every episode. You see it a lot. Or not maybe every episode, but there's usually a new threat, Buffy the Vampire Slayer. It's not just vampires that she fights. There's all these different types of things that happen. And now we have the show legacies on The CW where Nah, they do such a good job things are just come in all the time. It was also on Teen Wolf, the television series you see it a lot in more like episodic type of writing. And I think it's great because it gives you so many different opportunities to tell different types of stories.   So another great one is what I do typically referred to as a groundhog day scenario, because I'm referring to the movie Groundhog Day with Bill Murray, where he continues to repeat the same day over and over again and he gets reset on the day if he dies. And that's usually what happens or ale don't sleep that night in a wake up and it will be the morning that he just did. And so this is just that time loop one that I really like a lot. There's a lot of great movies that do it Groundhog's Day, obviously is is one of the great ones.   And they always refer to it as Groundhog Day. That's that's that's how well that movie did. And it was one of the first ones and so usually when you're trying to explain that story, you say Oh, like Groundhog Day.   Yeah. Yeah, cuz it's so well, and yeah, so fun. And Edge of Tomorrow is one of my most favorite movies. It's also referred to as live die repeat. That's what Tom Cruise Emily Blunt, where he does the same thing he's repeating the same day. If he dies yes to repeat there's there's all these scientific reasons for why it's happening to him, of course in battling aliens, but that same thing of how do I get through my day? What new discoveries Do I need to make an even in just this one day? What are all the many possibilities? that lie ahead for me? It's just a really cool story,   huh? Yeah. What was that one with Andy Samberg, Palm Springs, Palm Springs. That one was super fun. And one of my new favorites is happy death day. There's happy death day one and happy death. Day two. I like the first one. But first one's definitely better. It's been super, super fun. It's like a horror version. And it's horror comedy. My favorite guy. We're gonna watch that on my birthday. I'm excited. Okay, and this is close to Groundhog Day. But another movie that was made made this theme popular for an alternate timeline is it's a wonderful life. So he wakes up. And his whole world is different. What he knew is completely gone. And that is a really fun type of storyline, which they can do in non paranormal type shows. Usually it's some kind of a dream. But it's that idea that here's an alternate version of my life.   Yeah, alternate reality of what, what if this thing had happened and therefore changed so many other things, and usually some sort of crucial moment in your life had gone differently for you. And therefore, these other things have worked out tons of movies have done that? And yeah,   yeah, there's like the family man with Nicolas Cage. I can't believe I can't think of any   baseball one. Mr. Destiny is another one that has James Belushi in it. And he it's it's very much like a It's a Wonderful Life type of storyline where he did not do well in his baseball career. But then going back, I can't remember how it happened. Maybe he made some sort of wish that What if he did do well in his baseball career, and he did that instead? And so he gets to live out that alternate reality. And then, you know, of course, discovers that his life was so much more fulfilling and yeah, there's always that, that that idea idea to it.   But when it comes to time travel, this storyline can be similar to so like Back to the Future. When he does go back to the future. Everything's different. And if he is in charge of everything,   right, that's the second one with a hose. Yeah. Actually, the first one when he goes back is nice. Nice and clean in his car.   Yeah. But then that truck when he gets a hold of the sports Almanac arena, right? Yeah. So differently. Okay. And then this is one that Chris I feel like has a better understanding, but a MindScape where you're entering into someone's mind. So examples like the cell, which I've never seen, and you told me it was here me too much. Yeah,   it's pretty scary. It's that's kind of scary. That gets to you more, I know. Versus like, Oh, this is this is getting in your head a little bit.   Yeah. Watch out.   But explain it like how   so and that one J. Lo is this sort of psychologist and they she's with this group that have discovered a way to sort of go into a person's mind. And in order to help them. Give them therapy is what is happening because they're unable to speak. In particular, there's this boy who doesn't speak he's kind of, I believe he's at such an maybe artistic level that he's not a Want to communicate well or something else is going on? wrong with them? I can't. It's been a while since I've seen it. But then eventually it turns into that this serial killer who goes into a coma, they need to get into his head in order to find out where he's keeping a girl he had just kidnapped and that he put into a chamber and slowly kills a cell. Yeah, that would bother me. And so they're using this process that she's good at. and Vince Vaughn is an FBI guy who's trying to help her out and yeah, just going through that process and the serial killers that guy from the law bill or loan Order Criminal Intent. Not Buffalo Bill, nevermind. kingpin pressure.   Oh, yeah, I don't know his name. Vincent D'Onofrio. Oh, yeah, he was in Jurassic World two. Yeah.   So well. Vincent D'Onofrio is actually the serial killer that they have to get into the mind of And so yeah, that's this MindScape it's this place that he's created. And all these things are possible, because he's making these things up in his head. And so it's like, they're in a serial killers head. And that's what's crazy about it. And that's the the MindScape type thing. I've seen it again on Star Trek, and Star Trek does all of these. And supernatural where it's not, they're not playing and they're going into someone's head. And so they have really, it's this world that's in their head. It's it's what they've created, and they   don't know the rules and everything   right. And usually they're trying to bring them out of it is oftentimes the story that's being told is, is get them out of it or get in there in order to figure out something from them secretly Inception does this yes, these minds Yeah, in or they're trying to plant the seed of a thought. And so they're actually going into this person's brain. And   it's such a fun storyline. I've seen it I've seen on lost girl. I've seen it on Xena, actually, I think it's like Xena goes into Gabrielle's mind. And it's a fun, it's a fun storyline. And it's super similar to Christmas saying like, I think it's the same thing. But there's also the idea of a vision quest where you're going into your own mind. But there's other other things that have joined you spiritual guides. And so they're taking you on this journey. So you're not there for someone else, you're there for yourself. But still, you don't know what's going to happen, you can't navigate because you don't know what's coming. Because it's this the world of your mind that you've created. So there's like, Buffy meets the first Slayer, like death is your gift. She's like, I don't understand. And there's there's also really, really good examples of that kind of storyline, too. Okay, and so now we're gonna talk about the transformation type of storyline. And there's two basically, one is it's a forced transformation example, your bit by werewolf up by vamper, you turn into a werewolf, or a vampire, or a zombie, or whatever. And then all the things that you have to go through to now become this new being. And I mean, so many different examples of that. And then there's the other type, which is a coming of age transformation. You were always this thing. And now that you're a certain age, you're now becoming this thing. Because Didn't you say in team wolf, the movie? It was like a hereditary thing?   Yeah, his dad was a werewolf. And so at once he was going through puberty, he finished his transformation into a werewolf. And so his dad was trying to explain that to him and everything. So it wasn't, he was always going to be that he didn't get bit like he does in the show. He was just born a werewolf like his dad is and a just dealing with what that means for him.   And then of course, you're a wizard, Harry. Right.   And a lot of it. Oftentimes these happen on this coming of age thing, which is not an accident, because it's this, like, I'm going through puberty, what are these crazy changes that are happening to me? And then we're just trying to accentuate that story by saying that, oh, it's because you're a werewolf. It's because you're a wizard. It's because you're a vampire. That now you're at this, you know, this crucible, this point that's happening. And these changes are happening so as to relate to the young adult audience that this is focused around.   Yeah. Another good thing that I've seen when it comes to which stories is that they're spellbound, until they're adults. We've seen that in discovery witches and charmed, they don't find out that they're witches until they're like in the early 20s. Right. And that is a really fun way because it's, oh, your parents wanted you to have this normal life until you were ready.   Right? This new amazing discovery Otherwise, you probably would have had a pretty good grip on it by now. And you'd be managing Oh, true, right.   But now it's like all these different challenges. Um, similar to the body swap, the next storyline is possession. But this instead of being switched with someone, it's just something demon, Angel, bad spirit, good spirit, whatever comes into your body. I don't even want to list all those because you can think of them. There's a lot. Now, this is I, I don't really know how to explain this, but I always find it and it bothers me and supernatural stories. Anytime there's a ritual where you have to have blood involved. So many examples. In Buffy, in supernatural, even in Nancy Drew in charmed. Why? Think about it. Think about those scenes. Where do they cut themselves, Chris on their hand   was on the palm, and they're very useful hands. Why did they do a slice in   the middle of it nice and deep and all the way across. You could cut yourself in so many other places, in order to give a few drops of blood spell your, your Lake, your ankle, anywhere except your needed hands and   you've ever get a cut on your hand. It's like the worst place to get a cut. Because it's always moving us why going that deep? Yeah, it's always super deep. And then what they do, they ball up their fist, and then they squeeze the blood over whatever.   Maybe maybe a needle isn't readily available, but somebody grab a needle and just draw a little bit of blood out. Like this huge cover. When you find that knife, I can   jam it into my head.   It hurts.   It's like every single time. I just have this dream in my head. A storyline right there. Yeah, I know. It's not a storyline, but it's an example I just bring up because it just it's a trope. It's like they always cut their hand. I just have this vision of writing this kind of like paranormal comedy horror movie, and it would be like, Oh, we need a blood exchange. And then someone goes for their hand and another character says, Why don't you just do something smart, like your arm or something and be ready with a bandage. I don't know. I just have a premonition. So like a premonition. Usually I find these like a character that gets premonitions or something that can either be really good or not helpful. Like I don't know That's So Raven is a really good example of how she gets these little premonitions of the future right. But sometimes they change and so she's always trying to change them and don't they always just come true no matter what.   I don't know. I didn't see a whole lot of that. So Raven, it's been so Stan what happened in it? But but that's the people getting premonitions or even just I mean, that's the final destination movies right there. Yeah, yeah. Is them having this premonition of the deaths and then trying to avoid that, and then you trying to escape this fate that's ahead of you.   But like you were saying the characters a character on a new show called The Nevers, which I highly recommend to HBO viewers, right, of how she gets these premonitions, but she doesn't know when they're gonna happen. And she knows that she can't change them. And Chris was saying the other night, he's like, her gift is useless,   utterly useless. Good thing, you know, something that you can't remotely change. Yeah, it was a little that's like, No,   I'm gonna get hit by a car. And then you just go, Oh, well, that sucks. Yeah, that's definitely gonna happen.   And there Yeah. So sometimes I like that type of storyline. When you can change it, like charmed. She can usually change it in both versions, the ones that get that psychic inclination of like, what's going to happen. So I like the premonition storyline when you can change it because then you have an upper hand because if you don't have an upper hand, then you're just like, well, dang it, I can't do it now. Okay. And this is kind of something that we see is when someone becomes aware of the supernatural and they have to now deal with the fact that their world has changed. It's world shattering news, Harry euro wizard. wizards exist What? Like   they don't even have to be part of it either. So much like what I was saying with the the the transformation or the bite that you're becoming your werewolf and you are this thing now. It's that that this is different because we're now saying that this person becomes aware that these insane things exist, and they have to just manage their life. Now with that knowledge. That doesn't mean you take any doctor who Assistant that he brings in there his partner and then going like, well, like a look at this world. And that's why brings assistant along because doctor who's used to all this stuff, we don't necessarily care about Doctor Who discovering these new things, there is some fun in that. But that's why   that show is interesting because the assistant has an   assistant comes along so right about them managing this whole new world of possibilities that he's showing to them of all of these crazy new things. And them how this world shattering idea of what's going on here and then having to manage that.   It's also you can see this a lot when it's, say, a haunted house storyline. And you know, usually there's this struggle of No, it can't be real, I'm gonna prove that it's not real. There's that dumb character. It's like, Steve, no ghost is gonna get me and then they're like drug off off screen. And I do think that the way you write that discovery is going to make or break the movie. We've talked about before, how, let's say like a supernatural threat came to us. And we had to therefore acknowledge that it was like the black eyed kids is something that I've talked about. And you're like, I wouldn't be scared about it. I'd be like, Okay, well, how do we get rid of them? Let's look at let's look at what all the scholars have   just laid out in front of you. And you just you're just like absolutely denying it or just like, Oh, yeah, it's a ghost. I saw it. So you know, okay, let's do a salt circle. Let's do all that. Yeah, let's do the ritual. Do the things that you need to do instead of just yeah, saying no. I know, it's holding me upside down, but can't be real. But   I imagined it. Yeah. And then the last kind of storyline is the idea of a powerful magical object. And that the story is built around that you seen in the movie The mask with Jim Carrey Lucky's mask, he puts it on he transforms into this cartoon like creature. And then Infinity Gauntlet, and the stones are the stones called   the Infinity Stones. The Infinity Gauntlet, it gives that that person a bunch of power, right? These   things that also sort of change your perception on reality because it has this whole nother level of possibilities that are usually supernatural paranormal beyond the explanation of science of the laws of nature. The Holy Grail is another one we talked about the fifth element with the stones and actually, you know, the Fifth Element herself. The Sorcerer's Stone in Harry Potter and Harry Harry Potter just continues to throw those types of things on this list. The fairy wand and elderberry the elder was elderberry elderberries are real. It's like a thing. They aren't good. Yeah. So it's a great way of telling a story is powerful, magical object. Whoever possesses it some sort of crazy thing different than will change for them. I mean, just the genies lamp. Yeah, great example of that.   I think there's something called the skull of truth. And it's supposed to be the skull that like Shakespeare uses. It's Yorick. It's that and whoever's in the same room as the skull, they have to tell the truth. So that would be kind of handy. I do think. So, those are some of our favorite storylines within the genre. Let us know if we missed anything.   There's plenty more. I'm sure we missed some. There's all sorts of different ways. I mean, watch every single Star Trek episode, and they do all sorts of these different things. Yeah. 15 years of supernatural wasn't just by chance that they only cover the storylines that we mentioned. I know. Yeah. So there's other Yeah, they're out there. And they're awesome. And each one gets to be used again and again and again, and thrown little different elements at it. And that's one of the reasons why. supernatural paranormal things are so much fun, because it does not get old.   Yeah, it doesn't get old when you have so many options to play with. Right? And you can mix these things around. You can have like, oh, a Freaky Friday, within Oh, we also have to get this powerful object and this powerful object is what made us do the Freaky Friday thing in the first place. Oh, it's so great.   So many versions. And like we said that, that these they transcend just being in even in their own story, worlds of fantasy, science fiction, Supernatural, paranormal and even the drama series. We'll touch on some of these storylines that are primarily focused in these types of world and then they'll sort of explain them away of why this, you know, the real world is still functioning here that they had a dream, the dream, but it's, they're all incredibly awesome ways to tell stories and that's why I just,   yeah, eat it up. Eat it. Oh, yeah, same. Alright and as we end Make sure to follow me on Instagram at the folklore Friday podcast and message me message me if there's any storylines that you like, or if there's a topic you want us to discuss, because I am looking for feedback. And as I end I wanted to tell Chris and you my listener, so as listening to this podcast, if you'd like my podcast, and you're really gonna like it's called stories with Sapphire, ah, do you ever just look at someone and their accomplishments and you go, I want I want those. She's living my best life. Like, that's this chick for me. And so I was listening to this episode where she tells these scary stories. Sometimes people write in sometimes she narrates, sometimes they they narrate, narrate, I can talk. So I listen to her podcast a lot when I'm working because I do sign work. And I usually find it really soothing but on my way home to you love in my life, Chris. I was listening to this one. And it made me gasp out loud. Because I was like, Oh, I don't like that at all. This, like family, and they kept being haunted by this ghost of someone that looked a lot like the daughter and kept saying, Mommy, Mommy, and it sounded, you know, pretty general. And they said, Please leave and as most ghost stories do the ones that end will that left but then you find out that it was like the ants. Baby, she had a miscarriage. And they said, Oh, the aunt said we couldn't bury it in him. I think it was her her son couldn't bury him in the cemetery. So we buried him in the house. And out loud I went what she said, she put the remnants in this big glass jar with alcohol and put it under the floorboards of the couch, like render underneath the couch. It seems like work to just do that. That's easier to bury airy and live somewhere just disintegrate and become part of the earth.   That sounds very natural to the work to do what they did. It's like preserving it in like a free pickle jar. Yeah,   that's the most disturbing thing I've ever heard. I don't know if it was like a cultural thing. And if it is, I'm sorry, but they didn't say it was and I would be so disturbed if I found found that. Sure. You know what? Just like it was very disturbing to me. So check out that. Yeah, check that out. Check that. It's very good. Also check out guide to the unknown. I've been listening to that one a lot. Super like it props to them. But also listen to all of the other previous episodes for folklore Friday. Oh, yes, please. So thank you so much for listening. Thank you for joining me, Chris. Oh, thank you for having me, Megan. And we'll see you next time on folklore Friday. Bye. Thanks for listening my little strange things. I hope you join us next time. scare you later.   Transcribed by https://otter.ai  

Zanna and Billiam
SNL: Andy Samberg (39.21)

Zanna and Billiam

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2021 67:22


Andy Samberg hosted SNL in 2014 and now we are, well, not really following in his footsteps by hosting this episode of our podcast! We talk about a real-life Hunchback of Notre Dame, our thrift shop, and calendars. Also, Will plays the Oldies channel again to drown out the sirens on his street, and Susannah rants about how much she hates Bruce Chandling. And we're taking on a new show: New Girl! Join us for "Background Check" this time next week! (Well, not this exact time. Preferably somewhere in the Saturday to Sunday range. Support this podcast

Zanna and Billiam
Parks and Rec: Bailout (5.16) (ft. Audrey)

Zanna and Billiam

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2021 79:26


Yes, it might seem a bit strange that we, shippers that we are, chose this episode instead of the previous one, Leslie and Ben (for non-superfans, that's the one where they get married). But hey, this episode's got mani-pedis, old movies, and several members of the sprawling Lerpiss family. And of course, it's the first appearance of the one and only Mona-Lisa Saperstein. Our attempt to cover includes lots of air quotes (which aren't great for this audio medium), a revisit of the various phases of Susannah and Audrey's friendship (oh yeah, Audrey's here), some Sex and the City, Will's portable radio, and the newest installment of Susannah's Wall Post-It's! Join us next week for SNL's season 39 finale, hosted by Andy Samberg with a shirt-ton of cameos. Yes, we use Good Place swears in everyday life. Support this podcast

Bromancing The Stone
Episode #77: Palm Springs

Bromancing The Stone

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2021 84:12


This week, Rene and Max review the 2020 Sci-Fi Romcom Palm Springs, which stars Andy Samberg and Cristin Milioti. This episode, more than any other, is filled with SPOILERS, so we strongly suggest watching the film before partaking in the podcast episode. Rene and Max suggest that because the movie is very good and they also believe this episode of the pod is pretty good. So watch the movie, listen to the pod, and enjoy the content!

The Weekly Substandard Expanded Universe
Episode 120: Megathread Roundtable

The Weekly Substandard Expanded Universe

Play Episode Listen Later May 29, 2021 84:42


We brought three members of the Megathread on the show to give us some of their rankings. What is the best state in the union? The answer might surprise you. Which Disney Channel Original movie is in the top 30 movies of all time? And who are the hosts of the Subbeacon/Substandard/SSEU Podcasts with the best opinions?

維尼老師 英文聽我說
【流行娛樂】在家防疫 Netflix 英文影集看什麼?Stay at Home, Watch Netflix

維尼老師 英文聽我說

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2021 20:03


好多人許願想聽我們推薦 Netflix 上面的英文影集清單,維尼這集就要來跟大家分享平常會看的內容! 大家聽完有興趣的可以去看看!再來留言告訴我們你喜歡些什麼? 延伸學習,不容錯過:【流行娛樂】看電影學英文:《米家大戰機器人》The Mitchells vs. the Machines|Ingrid 感謝收聽,喜歡別忘了要到各大平台上給本節目評論喔!

Let's Get Critical, Critical: A Movie Podcast

Movie for next week: The Parent TrapA&J are back from a big break! And to celebrate some life events, they start a series of wedding-related films with the Hulu rom-com starring Andy Samberg. A&J also list their top 5 favorite wedding-themed movies, with some surprises on their list. Remember, follow us on the social medias and send us questions/topics you want us to cover in future shows!Instagram: @lets_get_criticalcriticalTwitter: @letzgetcriticalTime Stamps:What we watched this week: 2:50Top 5: 23:19Palm Springs Discussion: 46:20Songs: "My Travelog On Globalization and the Human Experience," "New York Song," & "Goodwill Hoodie" by Trashbag Ponchos

Ooky Spooky
The Resurrection of Andy Samberg (Welcome to Camp Nightmare Pt. 2)

Ooky Spooky

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2021 29:28


As more of Billy’s friends go missing around camp, it is up to him to solve the mysteries of Camp Nightmoon before he eventually turns up dead. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Ooky Spooky
RIP Andy Samberg (Welcome to Camp Nightmare Pt. 1)

Ooky Spooky

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2021 29:35


Billy and his buds are on their own this summer at Camp Nightmoon, where only the tough can survive the summer. But are they tough enough to face off against Sabre, the mysterious beast taking the boys out one by one? --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

We have been watching
19. Palm Springs / Invincible / Raised By Wolves / The Terror / Falcon & Winter Soldier

We have been watching

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2021 63:38


This week it's a big TV & Film catch up - lots to discuss!!We talk the Andy Samberg comedy - Palm Springs, then its onto TV as we go over the divisive Raised By Wolves, then the Amazon exclusive Invincible.Next its BBC's 'The Terror' from 2018 and finally the Falcon & Winter SoldierSo settle in with a cuppa & a biscuit and please let us know what think!Send us your suggestions for what we should be watching:wehavebeenwatchingpodcast@gmail.comYou can also find us here:https://linktr.ee/WHBWpodcastTry out our YouTube channel for past episodes:https://youtube.com/channel/UCqOaBzRYx0SvkadS27FfGIA

Nothings On
Nothing's On episode # 407 Who's your Bucky

Nothings On

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2021 140:22


This week Jim brought the news, some emails and a lighting round plus what we've watched Black Rob, Helen Mccrory, F9, Indy 5, The Meg 2, Jaleel White, WWE, Andy Samberg, Jim and John Thomas,Pete Davidson, Justice Con, Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Mortal Kombat, Kristen Wiig, Annie Mumolo, The Nevers, Lord of the Rings, Legends of Tomorrow,Godzilla Anime, Resident Evil Anime, Harvey Weinstein, Cinerama, Godzilla vs Kong, Borderlands, Synchronic, Lucy Lui, Dark Tower, Fyre Fest, CBS renewals, The Falcon and Winter Soldier, New Mutants, Angel, Buffy, Nobody ,Justice con, Remains, Army of the dead Drop us an email on what your watching nothingsonpodcast@gmail.com You can follow us on twitter : @NothingsOn123 This podcast is part of the TaylorNetwork which is a home to many great podcasts all available on taylornetwork feed on Amazon music, Spotify,Stitcher radio and also google play

Pod Sematary
182 - Double Feature - King Kong (1933) & Kong: Skull Island (2017)

Pod Sematary

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2021 108:45


Get more at podsematary.com! Read our afterthoughts for this episode at https://twitter.com/PodSematary/status/1381353524374560770 CW: Racism It’s a King Kong Double Feature on Pod Sematary! Chris & Kelsey watch the first and most recent initial installments in Kong franchises and there are still two more left! The Classic Film: King Kong (1933) "A film crew goes to a tropical island for an exotic location shoot and discovers a colossal ape who takes a shine to their female blonde star. He is then captured and brought back to New York City for public exhibition” (IMDb.com). There are plenty of things about this movie that aged poorly (including some really cringe-inducing racial insensitivity) but, surprisingly, the effects and pathos aren't among them. King Kong (1933) is the O.G. and this king still rules. The Modern Film: Kong: Skull Island (2017) "After the Vietnam war, a team of scientists explores an uncharted island in the Pacific, venturing into the domain of the mighty Kong, and must fight to escape a primal Eden” (IMDb.com). This newest attempt at rebooting the Kong franchise does even get to leave the island, but we're okay with it. It's a little cheesy, there's no character development, and it's chockablock full of cliché, but it's also gorgeous, cool, and home to the best-looking Kong ever. Audio Sources: "The Impression That I Get" written by Dicky Barrett & Joe Gittleman and performed by the Mighty Mighty Bosstones "King Kong" (1933) produced by RKO Radio Pictures "Kong: Skull Island" produced by Warner Bros., et al. "Pet Sematary" written by Dee Dee Ramone & Daniel Rey and performed by The Ramones "Ransom" (Brooklyn Nine-Nine S07E12) produced by Fremulon, et al. "Science Fiction/Double Feature" written by Richard O'Brien & Richard Hartley and performed by Joan Jett and the Blackhearts "Through the Decades" produced by Decades "I'm on a Boat" written by Andy Samberg, et al. and performed by The Lonely Island "Up" produced by Pixar Animation Studios & Walt Disney Pictures

The Decision Reel
TDR-Ep.14-Hot Rod

The Decision Reel

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2021 100:23


Listen in to this special episode as we welcome Jimmy from the BFA show as our guest to discuss Hot Rod. For Rod Kimball, performing stunts is a way of life, even though he is rather accident-prone. Poor Rod cannot even get any respect from his stepfather, Frank , who beats him up in weekly sparring matches. When Frank falls ill, Rod devises his most outrageous stunt yet to raise money for Frank's operation -- and then Rod will kick Frank's butt. Check out Jimmy and the BFA Show @ https://linktr.ee/JimmieMo

Kermode and Mayo's Film Review
Elizabeth Lo, Sound of Metal, Palm Springs and Assimilate

Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 10, 2021 100:13


Mark and Simon are joined by Elizabeth Lo, who talks about her new movie Stray about stray dogs in Istanbul. Plus your essential streaming reviews including a 70s-set British supernatural thriller called The Power, Sci-fi horror Assimilate, Cornwall-set drama Wilderness, Andy Samberg in time-loop comedy/ fantasy Palm Springs and Riz Ahmed in Sound of Metal, who was interviewed on the show last week. Our rotating chart this week is the Official Film Chart. Plus Mark and Simon’s US Movie Road Trip continues through California and Oregon. They also talk you through the best and worst films on subscription-free TV next week, and recommend a home entertainment purchase in DVD of the Week. Send us your sub 20 second audio review of any film attached to an email to mayo@bbc.co.uk. 00:31:06 Chart: Digital Top 10 00:40:39 The Power review 00:46:15 Elizabeth Lo interview 01:03:35 Assimilate review 01:06:10 US Movie Road Trip 01:15:07 Palm Springs Review 01:19:41 Lobbydown Correspondents 01:22:44 Sound of Metal review 01:27:26 TV MOVIE OF THE WEEK 01:31:38 A Common Crime 01:33:45 DVD OF THE WEEK Download our podcast from the BBC Snouds app. We welcome your contributions: Email: mayo@bbc.co.uk Twitter: @wittertainment

Industry Standard w/ Barry Katz
Scott Aukerman (Best of, Part 2 of 2)

Industry Standard w/ Barry Katz

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 1, 2021 72:52


SCOTT AUKERMAN is an Emmy winning creator, producer, host, writer, and creator, known for launching and successfully sustaining the parody talk show "Comedy Bang! Bang!. The show's 5th season premiered on June 3, 2016 on IFC with Weird Al serving as bandleader, with the 2nd part of season 5 coming back to IFC in October 2016. Past guests include Zoe Saldana, Paul F. Tompkins, Jon Hamm, Aziz Ansari, Adam Scott, Patton Oswalt, Seth Rogen, Thomas Lennon, Zach Galifianakis, David Cross, Bob Odenkirk, Sarah Silverman, Amy Poehler, and Michael Cera. This past year, Aukerman wrote the hilarious 67th Primetime Emmy Awards with Andy Samberg. Aukerman's production company, CBB Productions, is currently developing multiple projects for a variety of networks and NBC Universal’s Seeso has added two shows run by CBB and executive produced by Scott, including the highly-anticipated reality spoof show "Bajillion Dollar Propertie$" and "Take My Wife.” In addition, Aukerman is also the co-creator, co-producer, co-writer and a director of the Funny or Die web series "Between Two Ferns with Zach GalifIanakis. The faux talk show, has featured interviews with Brad Pitt, James Franco, Will Ferrell, Steve Carell, Natalie Portman, Charlize Theron, Jennifer Lawrence, and Amy Adams, just to name a few. The series received worldwide attention for a recent installment featuring President Barack Obama, for which Aukerman won an Emmy and in 2015 won again for the episode featuring Brad Pitt. Aukerman began his career as a writer and performer on the Emmy nominated HBO cult classic "Mr. Show" and came full circle when he recently wrote and starred in Bob Odenkirk and David Cross' new Netflix show called “With Bob and David.” In 2010, Aukerman co-founded the Earwolf Podcast Network as an umbrella to a number of podcasts including the one he hosts, "Comedy Bang Bang: The Podcast". As a writer, Aukerman worked on the DreamWorks picture "Shark Tale", which was nominated for an Academy Award for “Best Animated Feature” in 2005 and recently, Aukerman added comic book writer to his ever-growing resume penning such comics such as "Deadpool" and "Secret Wars Journal #3" for Marvel.

Industry Standard w/ Barry Katz
Scott Aukerman (Best of, Part 1 of 2)

Industry Standard w/ Barry Katz

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 28, 2021 69:27


SCOTT AUKERMAN is an Emmy winning creator, producer, host, writer, and creator, known for launching and successfully sustaining the parody talk show "Comedy Bang! Bang!. The show's 5th season premiered on June 3, 2016 on IFC with Weird Al serving as bandleader, with the 2nd part of season 5 coming back to IFC in October 2016. Past guests include Zoe Saldana, Paul F. Tompkins, Jon Hamm, Aziz Ansari, Adam Scott, Patton Oswalt, Seth Rogen, Thomas Lennon, Zach Galifianakis, David Cross, Bob Odenkirk, Sarah Silverman, Amy Poehler, and Michael Cera. This past year, Aukerman wrote the hilarious 67th Primetime Emmy Awards with Andy Samberg. Aukerman's production company, CBB Productions, is currently developing multiple projects for a variety of networks and NBC Universal’s Seeso has added two shows run by CBB and executive produced by Scott, including the highly-anticipated reality spoof show "Bajillion Dollar Propertie$" and "Take My Wife.” In addition, Aukerman is also the co-creator, co-producer, co-writer and a director of the Funny or Die web series "Between Two Ferns with Zach GalifIanakis. The faux talk show, has featured interviews with Brad Pitt, James Franco, Will Ferrell, Steve Carell, Natalie Portman, Charlize Theron, Jennifer Lawrence, and Amy Adams, just to name a few. The series received worldwide attention for a recent installment featuring President Barack Obama, for which Aukerman won an Emmy and in 2015 won again for the episode featuring Brad Pitt. Aukerman began his career as a writer and performer on the Emmy nominated HBO cult classic "Mr. Show" and came full circle when he recently wrote and starred in Bob Odenkirk and David Cross' new Netflix show called “With Bob and David.” In 2010, Aukerman co-founded the Earwolf Podcast Network as an umbrella to a number of podcasts including the one he hosts, "Comedy Bang Bang: The Podcast". As a writer, Aukerman worked on the DreamWorks picture "Shark Tale", which was nominated for an Academy Award for “Best Animated Feature” in 2005 and recently, Aukerman added comic book writer to his ever-growing resume penning such comics such as "Deadpool" and "Secret Wars Journal #3" for Marvel.