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Por fin volvemos a reencontrarnos con EL HOMBRE (claro que si hablaríamos de Stallone haría la misma intro), Arnold es sin duda uno de los iconos imprescindibles si hablamos del cine de los 80s y 90s y sin duda del cine de acción de todos los tiempos. Nos encontramos con un Arnold en estado de gracia "arrejuntándose" con otro de los grandes del cine como fue James Cameron, creador de alguna de mis películas favoritas como son Terminator y Aliens El regreso, en una fusión perfecta de humor acción como nunca hasta entonces se había visto. Un elenco de actores cuya química es evidente a lo largo de todo el metraje, destacando a Jamie Lee Curtis que se come la cámara y nos demuestra su dualidad y versatilidad en la interpretación, pasando de una modosa y amargada ama de casa a una empoderada y sexy agente secreta. En al plantel de secundarios encontrábamos a gente tan potente como Tom Arnold, Bill Paxton o la bellísima Tia Carrere (cásate conmigo que aún estamos a tiempo). Y la banda sonora del inmortal Brad Fiedel.... pero no dice nada más ni aunque me inyectéis el suero de la verdad por lo que os conmino a que le deis al play y os reuníais con un plantel de agentes secretos formado por Pablo López, Champi, Ignacio Zarranz y el aquí el agente doble Domingo Dark vinyl. Este podcast se autodestruirá en 3, 2, 1..... Escucha el episodio completo en la app de iVoox, o descubre todo el catálogo de iVoox Originals
Bill and Jo Harding, advanced storm chasers on the brink of divorce, must join together to create an advanced weather alert system by putting themselves in the cross-hairs of extremely violent tornadoes. Starring: Helen Hunt, Bill Paxton, Cary Elwes PG-13 | 1h 53min | Adventure, Action | 1996 (USA) Do YOU think it holds up? Let us know! Write us what you want to hear: firstname.lastname@example.org Follow us: @itholdups
Aliens | Sigourney Weaver | Michael Biehn | Paul Reiser| James Cameron |  Aliens is a 1986 science fiction action film written and directed by James Cameron. It is the sequel to the 1979 science fiction horror film Alien, and the second film in the Alien franchise. Set in the far future, the film stars Sigourney Weaver as Lieutenant Ellen Ripley, the sole survivor of an alien attack on her ship. When communications are lost with a human colony on the moon on which her crew first encountered the alien creatures, Ripley agrees to return to the site with a troop of Colonial Marines to investigate. Aliens features Michael Biehn, Paul Reiser, Lance Henriksen, and Carrie Henn in supporting roles. Despite the success of Alien, its sequel took years to develop; it was delayed by lawsuits, a lack of enthusiasm from 20th Century Fox, and repeated changes in management. Based on his scripts for The Terminator (1984) and Rambo: First Blood Part II (1985), Cameron was hired to write a story for Aliens in 1983. The project stalled again until new Fox executive Lawrence Gordon pursued a sequel. Although relatively inexperienced, Cameron was given the director role based on his success directing The Terminator. On an approximately $18.5 million budget, Aliens began principal photography in September 1985. Like its development, filming was tumultuous and rife with conflicts between Cameron and the British crew at Pinewood Studios. James Horner composed the film's score. The difficult shoot also affected Horner, who was given little time to record the music. Aliens was released on July 18, 1986, to critical acclaim. It was well received for its action, but some reviewers were critical of the intensity of some scenes. Sigourney Weaver's performance received consistent praise; other members of the cast were positively received, including Bill Paxton and Jenette Goldstein who played Colonial Marines. The film received a number of awards and nominations, including an Academy Award nomination for Best Actress for Weaver at a time when the science-fiction genre was generally overlooked. The film earned $131.1–183.3 million during its theatrical run, one of the highest-grossing films of 1986 worldwide. Aliens is now considered to be among the greatest films of the 1980s, one of the best science-fiction or action films ever made, and one of the best sequels ever made. It has been called equal to (or better than) Alien. Aliens is credited with expanding the franchise's scope with additions to the series' lore and factions such as the Colonial Marines. #Aliens #SigourneyWeaver #JamesCameron #BillPaxton #MichaelBiehn #PaulReiser #DavidGiler #WalterHill #DanOBannon #RonaldShusett #GaleAnnHurd #AdrianBiddle #RayLovejoy #JamesHorner #20thCenturyFox #BrandywineProductions #UnitedStates #Aliens1986 #ScienceFiction #MovieByte #MovieBytePodcast #JustChillinEntertainment --------------------------------------------------------------------------- Follow Us: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/moviebytepod... Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/movie.byte/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/byte_movie Podcast: https://anchor.fm/moviebyte A Just Chillin' Entertainment original production Follow Them: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/justchillinent Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/justchillin... Twitter: https://twitter.com/JustChillingEn1 --------------------------------------------------------------------------- This Podcast is a critique of the movie which falls within "fair use" under Section 107 of the US --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
It's finally time to begin the new chapter of the channel...Welcome to Give Me Back My Horror Movies!!!! Join Charlie and Nate as they dig up and review movies that are on the darker side of entertainment. This week the guys talk about an often overshadowed Vampire movie NEAR DARK starring Lance Henrickson and Bill Paxton. Find out our thoughts on what makes this a cult movie and why it appears to be an important stepping stone for the future of vampire movies. Give it a listen and enjoy the ride!!!
The path of the righteous or possibly insane man.The one where The Good Guys watch FrailtyThe Good Guys: Regan, Rob, and RyanProducer: Eric 'e0n' ChungEngineers: Regan & EricSocial Media Strategist: @syndicatepoogieTrailer Music and FX courtesy of Karl Casey @ White Bat AudioMysterious WaysFentonGallimimuses? Gallimimi?FENT-ENTFenton's RanchFeatured background music playlist:Neon Breeze, Endless Night, and Astronomy by White Bat AudioFeatured background music for COisRNG-The Last Word: Echoes by White Bat AudioTheme music is Battle (Boss) by BoxCat Games and is licensed under CC BY 3.0Additional music is Against the Wall by BoxCat Games and is licensed under CC BY 3.0http://coisgpod.com/
Honestly, any attempt to describe this movie would be pointless. You have to see it. Yes. It is very slow. But, Bill Paxton is in it. Sure, it centers around a bunch of obnoxious rich kids who are also very stupid. Counterpoint: Bill Paxton. It would further be correct to point out that if given any small amount of scrutiny the plot completely falls apart. To that I would say... Bill Paxton. So join Matt and Tristan as they talk about the most Bill Paxton horror movie allowed without a prescription, Mortuary.
This is one of those podcasts about process. As usual we had nothing on our agenda, but Luana did. At some point she interrupted me (what else is new?) to get Jennifer to say "Luana wants to talk about something." I know this is problematic for some people. As I note in the podcast, it's not my opinion, theory or belief that I've been filming people for the past ten years accessing the flipside, it's on film. It's literally footage. Take a look at the films "Flipside" or "Hacking the Afterlife" on Amazon Prime. To those who have a problem with this process, find your own. People have suggested I interrupt Jennifer too often; my response is, "Sorry. But book your own session with Jennifer and you can do all the non interrupting you want." We bring this public service to people because it's not hard to speak to loved ones in the after life. Some claim it is - we're showing it's not. People pretend it is, but if one takes the time to do the research, look at the clinical case studies, look at the research that shows consciousness is not confined to the brain, their adamant refusal to consider it possible is mind bending. It is possible. One doesn't need a medium, or a hypnotherapist - but both help. As to why we do this podcast, as Jennifer notes, about 30% of her time speaking to the flipside is in service of law enforcement. She does that work pro bono - for the public good. It's her version of "tithing." In my case I've been very clear since publishing "Flipside" in 2012. I've been filming people with or without hypnosis since 2008. 100 cases - half without hypnosis. What they say on camera matches the clinical case studies of Dr. Helen Wambach (a clinical psychologist who did 2750 case studies) or Dr. Brian Weiss (has done 4000 case studies) or Michael Newton and the Newton Institute, who have done over 7000 sessions with people. My version of tithing is to post this podcast, over 100's of hours of footage on this webpage at MartiniZone.com on Youtube. For those adamant skeptics, look at the peer reviewed science from Dr. Greyson's "After" and his comprehensive NDE research, or Dr. Tucker's "Before" and his 1500 cases studies of reincarnation, or Ed Kelly's "Consciousness Unbound" - peer reviewed science citing how consciousness is not confined to the brain. All gave me a tour of UVA's lab at the DOPS part of the Medical School. It's directly related to why we do this podcast. Subjective experience can be studied based on the 100's of examples. If everyone said something different, then we'd have the argument of bias, or projection. Having filmed people saying the same things with or without hypnosis, having mediums report the same things with friends of mine, shows that it cannot be cryptomnesia or my projections. (In the film "Talking to Bill Paxton" on Gaia I had three mediums answer the same questions put to Bill, and all said the same answers, including the one who was asked the questions by a third party. (Triple blind study) The only thing confined to the brain is opinion, cemented in years of people arguing that experiences mean nothing, that events that occur are meaningless without "mainstream science" weighing in. It took 66 years to go from Kitty Hawk to the Moon, not from the scientists who said people would "never escape gravity" or people who claimed flight was impossible. Science asks two main things; reports must be consistent and reproducible. It's the basis of all data. In this case, we are getting a "hack" from someone who left the planet in 1996. She has made it a point to wrangle me out of my director's chair (I've written and or directed 9 theatrical feature films) and put me into this podcast chair where I have learned more than I ever could have filming people pretend to be someone they are not. So enjoy the podcast, at the moment it's free, and given with love. Enjoy a little sage advice coming from the flipside.
This week (and next week!) Sonny talks to Rod Lurie, the director of The Contender, The Last Castle, and The Outpost, among other films and television shows. This week's episode is all about Rod's early efforts to break into the business, from Army officer to film critic to writer/director. He tells a great story about his first meeting with Bill Paxton, fills us in on the difficulty of getting funding for just about anything (spoiler: you're always one actor away from a green light), and the difference between being a showrunner and a director-for-hire on a TV series. Make sure to tune in next week when we talk about The Outpost. And if you enjoy this episode, please share it with a friend!
En este episodio de Back to the Movies! Christal Risol, Rafa y El Watcher comienzan el mes de septiembre, mes en el que conversaran sobre películas que estrenaron en el año 1994, conversando sobre "True Lies" (1994), película protagonizada por Jamie Lee Curtis, Tom Arnold, Bill Paxton y Arnold Schwarzenegger y escrita y dirigida por James Cameron. ¡Apoya nuestro contenido uniéndote a nuestro Patreon! Visita: https://www.patreon.com/CulturaSecuencial ¡Síguenos y Suscríbete a nuestro canal de Twitch! Visita: https://www.twitch.tv/culturasecuencial ¡Síguenos en Twitter! Visita: https://twitter.com/CultSecuencial ¡Síguenos en Instagram! Visita: https://www.instagram.com/culturasecuencial ¡Síguenos en Facebook! Visita: https://www.facebook.com/CulturaSecuencial --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/culturasecuencial/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/culturasecuencial/support
We're back! And more ridiculous than ever. This week we talk the sci-fi and pop-culture classic - THE TERMINATOR! Bear with us as we stumble through some of our most irreverent and frankly stupidest tangents ever which include a time-travel flesh suitcase, strange encounters with Bill Paxton and a Swiss-army robot penis. We also talk the enduring appeal of the franchise, James Cameron's directing, the true specimen of a man that is Arnold Schwarzenegger, the iconic Linda Hamilton, some terrific and infamous practical effects and it's Tom v Lewis Round2 on whether or not a camel can out-run a horse!
Michael came of age in Boston, which happened to be the first stop of such bands as The Clash, Talking Heads, The Buzzcocks, New Order, Billy Idol, Devo, Ramones, PIL, The B52s (singer Fred Schneider did the forward) The Plasmatics (singer Wendy O Williams is on the cover smashing the TV) and many more. He was able to gain access and take pictures of those shows. Michael talks about what it was like to have access to this scene and bands and even brags about the night he slept with Steve Jones of the Sex Pistols. He also talks about how his photographs affected the look of The X-Files, and the challenges of taking pictures of Steve Martin, Rip Torn, Bill Paxton, Helen Hunt, working on the Punk documentary for Epix, how to treat models and more... This show is brought to you by Audible go to to www.audibletrial.com/dms for a free audiobook, free Audible originals and 30 day free trial to Audible Raze Energy Drinks Go to https://bit.ly/2VMoqkk and put in the coupon code DMS for 15% off the best energy drinks. Zero calories. Zero carbs. Zero crash. Renagade CBD Coming soon to www.renagadecbd.com
Who doesn't love a giant gorilla and a petite blonde woman, bonded together for life when both their mothers are viciously murdered by the same lecherous poacher? This week we went back in time; way back to Kate's childhood and her fav movie Mighty Joe Young. Will this large animatronic gorilla capture the hearts of just Charlize Theron, Bill Paxton and Regina King? Or will it also capture your heart, dear listener?
Metal Dudes Nerding OutMusic-Movies-Pop Culture-GamingJoin Michael “Rickshaw” Martin Ex member of IWRESTLEDABEARONCE hosting Worship and Tribute Nerd, a youtube Channel/Podcast dedicated to finding out Artists favorite nerdy addictions. For people who enjoy Metal, Movies, or comedy! With Co Host Fuzz.Music by John GaneyLogos by Donny Wahl IG @thesofatxDonations and W&TN ShirtsPaypal Ihateghosts@yahoo.com#KrystaCameron #Iwrestledabearonce #nerdingoutJoin the Bizzaro version of W&TN as Krysta Cameron and Daniel Andrews host with Fuzz and Rickshaw answering questions!Shout outSecret Levels Podcast and Secret Transmission PodcastIhatethesceneAlways Sonny podcastKopercrabb podcastYoutube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAjIZ5slTw3K6EDfvRJM7dg IG https://www.instagram.com/worshipandtributenerd/ FB https://www.facebook.com/Worshipandtributenerd Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/2mq6kBO4eHQLaU0PfnqRH9?si=sjHkOArnQ9KoNXAOwbhwog Apple podcasts https://open.spotify.com/show/2mq6kBO4eHQLaU0PfnqRH9?si=sjHkOArnQ9KoNXAOwbhwog Twitch https://www.twitch.tv/worshipandtributenerd Twitter https://twitter.com/WandTNerd Discord https://discord.gg/MbdEKTp
Welcome to Movie Challenge 3! The boys are coming in hot and depressing with Frailty, a 2002 thriller starring Bill Paxton and Matthew McConaughey about a family that takes religion a little too far. Will the boys find the good in this film, or see it's sins and cast it to the bowels of hell?
"I'm Your Huckleberry" - Doc Holliday (Val Kilmer) Join us as we continue our '90s Kurt Russell journey with the 1993 cult classic that is "Tombstone." Probably one of Kurt Russell's most iconic films. And to tackle such an iconic movie we need some back up and that is why, alongside regular hosts Scott Murphy and Craig Draheim, we enlisted host of the £1 Movie Podcast and Western enthusiast Wayne Saunders. Over the course of the episode we talk about the films troubled production and how Kurt Russell ended up taking more of a backseat in this one than was originally intended. The trio also talk about just how legendary Val Kilmer's performance as Doc Holliday is, how Michael Biehn as Johnny Ringo is almost as good and just how crazily stacked the cast for this movie really is. Elsewhere in the episode, the three talk about how all of Sam Elliot's power is in his moustache, try to figure out who the real villain of the movie is and how the movie under-serves Bill Paxton. Also, there is all the usual tangents and nonsense not related to the movie that you will have become so accustomed to now. "All '90s Action, All The Time" is produced by Scott Murphy, Kyle Hintz and Craig Draheim. Music by Elyssa Vulpes. Editing by Scott Murphy.
Couch Potato Theater: Twister (1996) 25th Anniversary. On this episode of Couch Potato Theater, your hosts Kyle Wagner, Hayley Stoddart & Lacee Aderhold celebrate and discuss the 25th Anniversary of Twister (1996)! Twister is a 1996 American epic disaster adventure film directed by Jan de Bont from a screenplay by Michael Crichton and Anne-Marie Martin. It was executive produced by Steven Spielberg, Walter Parkes, Laurie MacDonald, and Gerald R. Molen. The film stars Helen Hunt, Bill Paxton, Jami Gertz and Cary Elwes, and focuses on a group of storm chasers trying to deploy a tornado research device during a severe outbreak in Oklahoma. Twister was officially released in theaters on May 10, 1996. It is notable for being the first film to be released on DVD in the United States. Welcome to Couch Potato Theater here on the Fandom Podcast Network. On Couch Potato Theater we celebrate our favorite movies! You may own your favorite movies digitally, or on physical media. However when they air on your cable TV, you love what you are watching so much, you don't get off the couch! And that's the definition of what Couch Potato Theater is all about. Fandom Podcast Network Contact Information - The FANDOM PODCAST NETWORK YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/FandomPodcastNetwork - Master feed for all FPNet Audio Podcasts: http://fpnet.podbean.com/ - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Fandompodcastnetwork - Email: email@example.com - Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/fandompodcastnetwork/ - Twitter: @fanpodnetwork / https://twitter.com/fanpodnetwork FPN Couch Potato Theater Host & Guest Contact Info: - Kyle Wagner on Twitter: @AKyleW / Instagram: @Akylefandom - Hayley Stoddart on Twitter: @Trekkie01D - Lacee Aderhold on Twitter: @LaceePants / Instagram: @thelaceepants - Tee Public Fandom Podcast Network Store: https://www.teepublic.com/stores/fandom-podcast-network
On this episode of #WeNeedToTalk, Malynda chats with Actress and Philanthropist Nikki DeLoach. They chat about her early start in the industry as an original 90's Mickey Mouse Club member, her reason for being an avid supporter of Children's Hospital LA and The Alzheimer Association, being open about her postpartum journey, and how she found her way to being a leading lady on the Hallmark Channel. Born in a small town in South Georgia, Nikki DeLoach always knew she wanted to be an entertainer. She started dancing at the age of three, eventually adding singing, modeling and acting to her repertoire. All her hard work paid off when at age 12, DeLoach became a member of The Mickey Mouse Club, alongside Justin Timberlake, Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera and Ryan Gosling. After “MMC,” DeLoach spent several years in Los Angeles pursuing acting and landed a starring role opposite Mark Wahlberg and Bill Paxton in the feature film Traveller, and the TV series Misery Loves Company. She also played Anthony LaPaglia's daughter in the television movie Never Give Up: The Jimmy V Story. In 1997, DeLoach put her acting career on hold to enter the world of pop music, signing with RCA and BMG Records to become part of the girl group Innosense. When the group disbanded in 2003, DeLoach returned to Hollywood and has gone on to enjoy a successful and diverse acting career.
This week, Every Rom Com heads to Tornado Alley, as Jen, Sophia, and Serena take on “Twister” - a summer blockbuster action movie with a rom-com core. We’ll discuss the importance of romance to the action genre. We’ll talk about a cast which includes Bill Paxton, Helen Hunt, Cary Elwes, and Philip Seymour Hoffman. And we’ll share our research on tornado science, tornado safety, storm chasers, and more. Don’t miss this fun ride through the 2nd highest-grossing movie of 1996, as we continue our summer romance series! 0:00-9:33 Introduction; Serena’s Trip to Iceland; Our Experiences with Tornadoes 9:33-16:44 Trailer, Basic Info, Interesting Facts, General Opinion 16:44-26:18 Cast & Crew In-Depth 26:18-31:39 Action Romances and Why We’re Talking about “Twister” on a Rom Com Podcast 31:39-51:01 Opening Scenes; Introducing the Storm Chasers; Basic Facts About Tornadoes; The Suckzone: Or, Is Dusty a Creeper?; Dorothy and Real World Efforts to Study Tornadoes; Tornado Warning Times Today Tornado Facts: https://www.mentalfloss.com/article/501517/8-facts-about-biggest-tornadoes-earth https://www.cdc.gov/nceh/features/tornadosafety/index.html https://www.al.com/news/2015/04/real_vs_reel_how_much_is_ficti.html https://www.usatoday.com/in-depth/news/nation/2021/06/16/tornado-warning-system-has-come-long-way-but-could-better/5152104001/ 51:01-1:02:37 Tornado 1 1:02:37-1:10:18 Tornado 2 1:10:18-1:18:26 Visiting Aunt Meg in Wakita, The Fujita Scale The Fujita Scale: https://www.weather.gov/oun/tornadodata-okc-appendix 1:18:26 SPOILERS BEGIN 1:18:26-1:25:54 Tornado 3 1:25:54-1:37:54 Tornado 4, Wakita Tornado Aftermath 1:37:54-1:44:59 Tornado 5 1:44:59-1:51:51 Things “Twister” Got Wrong, Tornado Safety Tips, Real Life Stormchasers How Realistic is “Twister”: https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.businessinsider.com/twister-wrong-and-right-abou
I met Don Everly once in my career playing pianos in nightclubs around the planet. The amazing sax player Craig Cole, a member of our band "Imminent Disaster" and I were playing a gig at Les Deux Cafe. It was just me and Craig and as I began singing "Knocking on Heaven's Door" there was the sound of someone singing harmony in my ear. As I recount in this episode, I didn't know who it was, but I recognized the voice immediately; Don Everly. So I thought it would be a good chance that we might be able to connect with him. The session begins with a visit with James Dean. As noted in the podcast, we didn't invite him - but Jennifer and I had a conversation with him last week via someone who has had a lifetime of visitations from him. So it wasn't odd for us that he would show up and having something extra to add. It's always mind bending when someone shows up - like at the end of the podcast when Jennifer says "Janis Joplin is here and she wants to say something to you." It took us awhile to unpack what she wanted to say - and it was about this book that I'm doing, that she will be a chapter in. It's about music and the afterlife, or music back "home" as they call it. But I invited Don to our class, and he does show up. For those who are eager to hear proof of the afterlife, it's not what we're doing - Jennifer and I have been doing this weekly for six years. There's tons of evidentiary sessions - online ("Paul Allen, Junior Seau and Dave Duerson") where it's clear she's talking to someone on the flipside that has new information. The film "Talking to Bill Paxton" has three mediums ask my old pal the same questions. The film "Hacking the Afterlife" on Amazon Prime is chock full of experiences that cannot be ascribed to cryptomnesia - so I don't spend time in these podcasts trying to prove something. I'm more interested in process, what "Harmony" means - and if people have journeys they planned in advance. I know that Phil and Don were estranged, and his description of "hearing his brother" before he saw him is priceless. Having been doing this for six years I always hear something new and fascinating when I ask "So what was it like when you crossed over?" I also took the time to ask his brother Phil some questions, also to ask Craig Cole some questions (I'd interviewed Craig years ago, but he's not in the books "Backstage Pass to the Flipside") - his description of having a "concert in his honor" makes total sense to me. I played with Craig at the House of Blues, he had a huge following in Los Angeles, was a monster sax player, and if anyone wants to hear him play, search "Point of Betrayal Theme" as he came in and recorded that for me, as well as played on the soundtrack for "Cannes Man." (Hope his wife Mariella sees this.) But for all those folks listening in for the first time - it's not about talking to "famous people" or "celebrities." There is no celebrity on the flipside. There is only love. Only the people we loved, who carry the frequency of our love. Who know that we grieve for them, who want to let us know that life goes on. Interesting discussion about that as well - as Don points out "inundating people with information that shows life continues can inspire some people to wallow on grief and not move on" - and that by "not talking to them" allows them to grieve and move on. It's an unusual point of view - in light of how much work we've done to show people that their loved ones are not gone, they're just not here. But it's what he's saying - and I'm happy to share what he had to say. Believe in an afterlife, don't believe in an afterlife - that's a choice - but allow for the possibility that it exists, or that life as we know it does not end. Based on the research we are "fully aware" prior to coming to the planet that we've chosen to be here, when we are here, we are semiconscious of that fact (some bypass filters to experience the flipside or their higher selves via an NDE, OBE, with LSD, meditation or hypnotherapy). But this is yet one more example of a conversation with someone no longer on the planet, but fully aware of what he's talking about, even though he passed less than a week ago.
For this week's episode we got to watch a movie featuring the late, great Bill Paxton. It's Mortuary from 1983. After the death of her father, Christie Parsons is having trouble coping. She sleepwalks, she's less intimate with her boyfriend Greg, and she suspects her father's death wasn't an accident. Her suspicions lead her to the local mortuary where Paul Andrews (Paxton) works with his father. There's a mysterious figure in a black cloak terrorizing Christie as well. And to make matters even weirder, her mother is involved in conducting seances. We had some fun dissecting this one. Listen, like, tell your friends, and enjoy. Follow us on Instagram @SlashU_Podcast and visit www.SlashUPodcast.com for more. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
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We're going THROUGH THE FIRE to enjoy a KILLER'S DELIGHT! And while we're here, let's Feast some DOUBLE DRAGON while we're at this MORTUARY! Also, will Marc ever watch BLACK WIDOW? Is Clu Gulager a real name or a nickname? Is Alfred Molina actually Gabriel Byrne? Or are they both Bill Paxton? And can you tell Scott Wolf from Scott Baio? Listen to find out!
Happy August everyone! We're talking 1987's NEAR DARK, directed by Kathryn Bigelow and written by Kathryn Bigelow and Eric Red. Plus, famous bars you can visit that had serial killers for customers, this film giving us both Bill Paxton gender envy, and a movie-filled wind down featuring UNDER THE SHADOW, THE GREEN KNIGHT, and JUNGLE CRUISE. You can follow the podcast on Twitter at @HorrorTimePod and the hosts at @dykemadden and @ellemdesigns! We also are on Facebook at facebook.com/stophorrortimepod, and our website is stophorrortime.wordpress.com. If you like what we do, you can rate, review, and subscribe to us on Apple Podcast, Stitcher, or wherever you listen to your favorites. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for any comments, questions, or movies you would like for us to cover!
We were joined by very special guest, Em (Verbal Diorama/ Film Stories) to discuss a triple bill of YOUNG films. Mighty Joe Young (1998). Directed by Ron Underwood. Starring Charlize Theron, Bill Paxton, Rade Šerbedžija and Regina King. The Young Victoria (2009). Directed by Jean-marc Vallée. Starring Emily Blunt, Rupert Friend, Paul Bettany, Miranda Richardson, Mark Strong and Jim Broadbent. Promising Young Woman (2020). Directed by Emerald Fennel. Starring Carrie Mulligan, Bo Burnham, Alison Brie, Clancy Brown, Jennifer Coolidge and Alfred Molina. You can find Em here. Please review us over on Apple Podcasts. Got comments or suggestions for new episodes? Email: email@example.com. Seek us out via Twitter and Instagram @ sddfilmpodcast Support our Patreon for $3 a month and get access to our exclusive show, Sudden Double Deep Cuts where we talk about our favourite movie soundtracks, scores and theme songs. We also have t-shirts available via our TeePublic store!
For this episode of Pappi and the Pepper, we watched a true masterpiece of cinema, “Twister.” You better watch out because Bill Paxton is rubbing dirt and we're about to Helen Hunt some tornadoes. There's a naked corn man and Jonas' dick comes out?! It's a wild ride all around! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
In this episode Matt and Matt are joined by last minute guest Zach the Coolest! Together they discuss the Matt and Matt drinking game, The Chubby Checker School of Business, The ever searching Bill Paxton for his estranged sons, Congo and Suicide Squad. Weird News including Florida real estate, The return of the rocket man, An 84yr old "memorabilia" collector's stash raided, Some cold hard cash gets tossed, A Mac daddy, and A carbonated record.Stuff gets weird, so if you're weird already you're just at another office birthday.I don't know what that implies but all that to say : Stay Weird.
For the 1994 wrap-up, Will and Matt talk about the awesome and late Bill Paxton, Tom Arnold's luck, and recasting True Lies in 2021. Disclaimer: Language and Spoilers!True Liesdir. James Cameronstarring: Arnold Schwarzenegger, Jamie Lee Curtis, Tom Arnold
“I hate 'em when they ain't been shaved.” Take that however you want. Join your faithful Grue-Crew – Crystal Cleveland, Chad Hunt, Bill Mulligan, and Jeff Mohr – as they check out Oscar-winning director Kathryn Bigelow's Near Dark (1987), a western-tinged vampire film starring Bill Paxton and Lance Henriksen. Decades of Horror 1980sEpisode 186 – […]
Dan and Larry are just catching up with each other talking about some Spotlight on the 80's, rebooting their favorite 80's movies, building half-pipes in the backyard, horrible childhood furniture, and a future contest for our faithful PopRocks listeners. Plus more "5 Minutes in Pop Culture History"! A short and sweet pod' for ya'! Watch Our Recap Slideshow and Video Show Content at https://www.YouTube.com/poprockspodcast Our Facebook page @poprockspodcast Our Instagram is @poprockspodcast Our Email is firstname.lastname@example.org
DIGITAL NOISE EPISODE 283: TEN MINUTES TO HIS DARK QUIET COMMANDO John and Chris discuss the wackiness of Italian Rambo rip-offs, examine two 80s horror films that always got more credit than they deserved (but young Bill Paxton is good), discover the joys of a film that is “Texas Chainsaw Massacre for Butthole Surfers fans”,… Read More »Digital Noise Episode 283: Ten Minutes to His Dark Quiet Commando
DIGITAL NOISE EPISODE 283: TEN MINUTES TO HIS DARK QUIET COMMANDO John and Chris discuss the wackiness of Italian Rambo rip-offs, examine two 80s horror films that always got more credit than they deserved (but young Bill Paxton is good), discover the joys of a film that is “Texas Chainsaw Massacre for Butthole Surfers fans”,… Read More »Digital Noise Episode 283: Ten Minutes to His Dark Quiet Commando
Arnold Schwarzenegger, Jamie Lee Curtis, Tom Arnold, Bill Paxton. It's your classic tale: secret spy suspects wife is cheating on him with car salesman and then pulls her into a fake game of espionage to spice up her life but turns into a real game of espionage and then the daughter is kidnapped by terrorists, but all's fair in love and war, and by the way, Arnold can ride a horse but he can't tango. Tag along with us on this wild ride, you too can bring your horse on an elevator!
Phil and Jake are joined by returning guest "Million Dollar" Matt Hock (from Space Cadet & The Explosion) to rank ice cream trucks and the New York City borough of Brooklyn on the List of Every Damn Thing.Get Space Cadet's record “Lion On A Leash” on Wiretap Records, listen to them on Spotify, and follow them on Instagram (@space_cadet_band). Maybe even see them play live.If you have something to add to the list, email it to email@example.com (or get at us on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook).SHOW NOTES: Here's the classic Eddie Murphy ice cream truck bit that taught us everything we know. Mister Softee is a soft-serve truck that drives around in the mid-Atlantic states. While trying to explain the business benefits of soft-serve, Phil refers to the movie The Founder, which is about McDonalds. One of the central issues in the movie is the original founders of McDonalds want to have real ice cream shakes but storing ice cream is very expensive due to the refrigeration. Soft serve ice cream is much cheaper because it doesn't need to be refrigerated while in transit or storage. A meager amount of research leads us to the stance that trucks (aka lorries) are different from vans. The racist version of “Turkey in the Straw” that Phil refers to was recorded in 1916, just a few years before Harry Burt created the first ice cream truck. So it follows that this version may be the one people knew in the early days of ice cream truckin'. Does sound travel further in warmer weather? There are scientists who will say it travels faster in the summer heat and humidity, but that it travels further in the winter. We think it's mostly due to having windows open in the summer. Does ice cream sell better on rainy days? This is some purely anecdotal BS that Phil heard in grade school from a guy who worked at an ice cream shop, and has accepted as the truth. He has no documented proof for this. He looked online but has found nothing that backs it up. When Jake talks about the melody from “Ice Cream Man” by Dru Down (featuring Luniz), he's talking about the main part of the song, not the intro featuring “Pop Goes the Weasel”. A few years after this song came out, Master P released a song by the same name (with a similar intro), but it's not nearly as catchy. Another song by a Bay Area rapper apparently played by some ice cream trucks is “Ice Cream” by Andre Nikatina, which is pretty much just a “Turkey In the Straw” remix. Here's the scene from Friday where the ice cream truck is used as a front for a drug dealer. Western Beef is a mid-Atlantic supermarket chain whose mascot is a cactus in a cowboy hat. Their old CEO had mafia ties. The location Phil was thinking about is at 44 Empire Blvd by the park. Fud is a brand of hot dogs from Mexico. Fuddhism is a restaurant with a goofy name in Truckee, CA. Junior's Cheesecake is a place where Matt likes to urinate. Christie's Jamaican Patties is now closed. It's described as beloved in the linked article so you know it wasn't just Phil that liked it. Taqueria Diana in Williamsburg is an outstanding place to get Mexican food (and mezcal). If you're hungry and in Brooklyn, go there. In fact, if you're anywhere in New York City, go there. The Williamsburg location is the best. Here's the EDT episode featuring Efrem Schulz where he helped us rank “Weird Al” Yankovic over Bruce Springsteen. ALSO DISCUSSED IN THIS EPISODE:wheat germ * carob * quiescently frozen desserts * holy communion * In-N-Out Burger * “It's Now or Never” by Elvis Presley * Glasgow Ice Cream Wars * It's-It * peanut butter ice cream * interspecies animal friends * firefighters * Bill Paxton * rye bread * Christmas trees * pancakes * Coney Island * Hawaii * air conditioning * Jersey Shore * fast fashion * Mendocino CountyBelow are the Top Ten and Bottom Top items on List of Every Damn Thing as of this episode (for the complete up-to-date list, go here):TOP TEN: Dolly Parton - person interspecies animal friends - idea sex - idea Clement Street in San Francisco - location Prince - person It's-It - food Cher - person Pee-Wee Herman - fictional character Donald Duck - fictional character Hank Williams - person BOTTOM TEN:170. Jenny McCarthy - person171. Jon Voight - person172. Hank Williams, Jr - person173. British Royal Family - institution174. Steven Seagal - person175. McRib - food176. war - idea177. cigarettes - drug178. QAnon - idea179. transphobia - ideaTheme song by Jade Puget. Graphic design by Jason Mann. This episode was produced & edited by Jake MacLachlan, with audio help from Luke Janela. Show notes by Jake MacLachlan & Phil Green.Our website is everydamnthing.net and we're also on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Invasion of the Remake is happy to celebrate 300 episodes with you by catching our white whale with the French, action, spy, comedy La Totale! (1991) which was remade as James Cameron's big budget thrill-ride True Lies (1994) starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, Jamie Lee Curtis, Bill Paxton and Tom Arnold. Join the party along with guest appearances by Tony from Flicks XRayed, Jim from Film Rage, Tim & Carlos from The Nerd Room and Sean from What Does It Matter podcasts. Support independent podcasts like ours by telling your friends and family how to find us at places like Apple Podcasts, iTunes, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, PlayerFM, Tune In Radio, PodChaser, Amazon Music, Audible, Libsyn, iHeartRadio and all the best podcast providers. Spread the love! Like, share and subscribe! You can also help out the show with a positive review and a 5-star rating over on iTunes. We want to hear from you and your opinions will help shape the future of the show. Your ratings and reviews also help others find the show. Their "earballs" will thank you. Follow us on Twitter: @InvasionRemake Like and share us on Facebook & Instagram: Invasion of the Remake Email us your questions, suggestions, corrections, challenges and comments: email@example.com Buy a cool t-shirt, PPE masks and other Invasion of the Remake swag at our TeePublic Store!
Hey horror fans! This week on The Horror Hosts featuring Jess and Tex we talk about the 1987 vampire film Near Dark starring Bill Paxton. A young man Caleb meets a girl and his date goes awry when he gets bitten and she runs off. After being kidnapped by her clan they try to adjust Caleb to human hunting while going on a terror streak, all the while Caleb's family is searching for him. Will Caleb be rescued by his family, or be a part of an undead den of the south? Are vampires made of gunpowder? Listen and find out! This episode was also live streamed at twitch.tv/commonspacegc. Join us next week for a live Q&A after the show! #horrorhosts #podcast #movie #horror #horrorcommunity #scary #suspense #thriller #cultclassic #atmospheric #teen #murder #gore #torture #monster #paranormal #supernatural #vampires #neardark #kathrynbigalow #billpaxton
En este episodio de Back to the Movies! Gabriel, Rafa y El Watcher terminan el mes de julio, mes en el que conversaron sobre películas en las que hay invasiones, conversando sobre "Edge of Tomorrow" (2014), película protagonizada por Emily Blunt, Bill Paxton, Brendan Gleeson y Tom Cruise, escrita por Christopher McQuarrie y dirigida por Doug Liman. Apoya nuestro contenido uniéndote a nuestro Patreon, visita www.patreon.com/culturasecuencial y dándonos follow/subscribe en nuestro canal de Twitch, www.twitch.tv/culturasecuencial. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/culturasecuencial/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/culturasecuencial/support
OR WHATEVER MOVIES is an entertainment podcast hosted by real-life brother and sister duo, Wesley and Iris Ichishita. Each episode is a quick, no-holds-barred discussion of a movie, television show or video. On today's episode, the siblings talk THE TERMINATOR, including the Technoir movie genre, Bill Paxton's Triple Crown, and Whoopi Goldberg's eyebrows (or lack thereof). Contains spoilers. Thank you for listening and your support of OR WHATEVER MOVIES!
Aliens remains one of the greatest sequels ever made. The 1986 followup to the Ridley Scott original turned a one-off phenomenal film into a franchise-maker. Even moreso than its predecessor, James Cameron's Aliens is a film about character. In this special interview, Jenette Goldstein—who, in portraying PFC Vasquez, gave us one of the most unforgettable characters of all—takes us on a tour of her life, her time on set, and her most cherished memories. Joining Jaime and Patrick in this exciting interview are our new Contributing Hosts, Andie and Christian! After the interview wraps, stick around for an extended roundtable conversation on the legacy of Vasquez (and much more), as the interview quartet is joined by IG all-stars Perry and Maj. Keep up with all of Jenette's exploits on IG! @realjenettegoldstein @jenettebras_la @jenettebras_atl And be sure to stop by jenettebras.com. Also!! Make sure you check out Jenette appearing in the music video for "Reach," a song by Bill Paxton's band Martini Ranch. Directed by James Cameron, no less! You might recognize some other faces as well ... // Apple Podcasts: bit.ly/perfectorganismitunes // For more on this and our other projects, please visit www.perfectorganism.com. // If you'd like to join the conversation, find us on our closed Facebook group: Building Better Worlds // To support the show, please consider visiting www.perfectorganism.com/support. We've got some great perks available! // And as always, please consider rating, reviewing, and sharing this show. We can't tell you how much your support means to us, but we can hopefully show you by continuing to provide better, more ambitious, and more dynamic content for years to come.
Big Nate is in for Neal on this Tuesday Morning, and the guys discuss the weather, more conference realignment news, Hokie Bob calls in to discuss the ACC Commissioners inherited mess, and the works of Bill Paxton and Bill Pullman. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
"For God's sake! There's women and children down here!" Titanic 1997 - Directed by James Cameron and starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Kate Winslet, Gloria Stuart, Bill Paxton, Billy Zane, Danny Nucci and Suzy Amis. Next Time: Titanic 1997
Another unusual podcast. As we've noted in the past, it's rare that people show up to insist on being interviewed. In this case, it was someone we'd interviewed in the past, in fact a year ago, July 17th, 2020 Anthony Bourdain and Robin Williams stopped by on a podcast named "Exiting Early." (Anthony and Robin appear in the books "Backstage Pass to the Flipside," both interviewed extensively.) But in this case, Anthony wanted to weigh in on the film about his life, called "Roadrunner." He says he was disappointed in it, that the filmmaker "didn't have a clue" as to what happened to him - how he himself didn't have a plan to exit early, and it had nothing whatsoever to do with his relationship with Asia Argento. He pointed out that he thought the AI of his voice sounded "robotic" (neither I nor Jennifer have seen the film) and the ending, having an artist deface a mural on camera for the film was "shitty." Again - I haven't seen it, but I took the time to ask him about it. He also called the filmmaker "amateur" but gave the film a "five" out of ten because at the very least, it had footage that he'd shot in it. I'm a filmmaker myself, member of the DGA/WGA. I was so stung by Ebert's "thumbs way down" review of my film "Limit Up" at the time, when Luana Anders was still on the planet (cowriter of the script) when I asked her to read the review, but to edit out the negativity... over the phone she read "Richard Martini... directed Limit Up." Took me a year to read the negative review. So it gives me no pleasure to tee off on this filmmaker - even though I was a music critic at Variety for years, I always tended to give people the benefit of the musical doubt. If I doubted they're rehearsed, I noted it. In this case, Anthony came forward to tee off on this filmmaker. Wasn't my idea. I tried to ask him cogent questions - and to fill in the blanks. "Why no note left behind?" He answers that eloquently. He talks about how to meditate to help set aside negativity. He talks about finding beauty in gratitude. As I note in the podcast, if you're going to make a film about someone, take the time to see if it's possible to communicate with them. Ask their loved ones if they've had dreams, find three different mediums and ask the same questions (as I do in "Talking to Bill Paxton" on Gaia) take the time and effort to allow the possibility that they might have an opinion on their own story. I can only report. The only editing in this podcast is done for time if there's a long space between me asking a question and Jennifer getting an answer. . Apologies for having to end it early - Charles Grodin, Prince and Robert Downey Sr. ("Greaser's Palace") all make appearances and report things I've never considered or could have heard of. I asked about Robert senior because Luana knew him, he directed her in the film "Greaser's Palace" which is on cable, and ran this week in Santa Monica. Robert Sr. says that his son is already "speaking to him" and the father says he's learning from his son, as well as being proud of him. Prince reminds us that strings tuned too tightly tend to break, a metaphor about finding a "middle way" between not listening to loved ones, and finding a way to "tighten up the string" to allow them to communicate to us by tuning into them. The film cited in this podcast is "Hacking the Afterlife" - it's available on Amazon Prime through Gaia. If you have Amazon Prime it's a small five dollar charge to watch it. It represents ten years of research, and notes the science behind the flipside. Again - I didn't ask for Anthony to come forward, Jennifer did not either, and he had a mouthful to say about his opinion about this film Roadrunner about his life. I don't think he's saying "don't watch it" but he is saying "don't buy the conclusions about who he was, as this filmmaker didn't have a clue." Ask Anthony on one's own. If you knew him, you love him, or even liked him - set the stage for a meditation where he sits across from you and answers questions. An obvious first question would be "So Anthony, how accurate was this podcast I just heard?" Enjoy.
The guys are back this week to discuss Ridley Scott's 2000 epic ‘Gladiator'. The guys discuss everything from the amazing score, the perfect casting and if anyone could come close to the performance of Russell Crowe as Maximus. They get into all of their favorite scenes, best quotes and debate who the better actor between Russell Crowe and Joaquin Phoenix truly is. There is an introduction of MC Khaos, they ask if Bill Paxton could play Maximus and the guys figure out which actor in all of film they would have a beer with. The Recast has everyone excited as all of the guys feel confident in a 2021 remake. And now you are free. Joe, Mike and Paul will see you again…next week!Twitter: @ReelItBackPodInstagram: ReelItBackPodFacebook: Reel It BackPart of the Walk-Ons NetworkThank you for listening!
In this week's episode, we're discussing one of the finest vampire films of all time in my (Katie's) humble opinion, though we realized about halfway through recording it that we were kinda just laughing about it. We're talking about the 1987 Kathryn Bigelow-directed film "Near Dark." Special topics for your consideration include: just trying to imagine being insanely beautiful, the utter horrors of child vampires, another tally in the "horses are smarter than us and ready to destroy us at a moment's notice" column, Bill Paxton in all of his weird clown glory, and a possible new business venture Allen devised. There are one brazilian vampire movies in the world. Here are some of them: Episode 22- "Fright Night," Episode 70- "30 Days of Night," Episode 89- "Queen of the Damned," Episode 136- "The Lost Boys," Episode 153- "The Hunger," Episode 163- "Let the Right One In," Episode 190- "Interview with a Vampire," Episode 195- "What We Do in the Shadows," Episode 210- "From Dusk til Dawn," Episode 241- "Buffy the Vampire Slayer," Episode 310- "Among the Shadows," and Episode 317- "Dracula 2000." WHEWWWW. Find us online: Support us at patreon.com/werewolfambulance and get bonus episodes about action movies Buy merch for yourself or those you love at www.teepublic.com/user/werewolfambulance on Reddit at r/werewolfambulance on Facebook at facebook.com/werewolfambulance on Twitter @werebulance on Instagram @werewolfambulance. firstname.lastname@example.org If you liked this, please leave us a review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen! It helps others find us and allows us to continue to grow. Intro song is by Alex Van Luvie Outro song is A. Wallis- "EMT" Seriously, we have the best listeners, hands down. Werewolf Ambulance is a horror movie comedy podcast.
This week on Invasion of the Podcast, Steve saw Black Widow in the theater and Paul saw it at home and talk about the future of same day releases and physical media (along with a very spoiler free discussion of the film), if the era of 'Git Gud' is coming to a close, a dude finds a lot of balls, we close out Pale Boy Summer™ with a look at Kathryn Bigelow's 1987 vampire western Near Dark and how much we miss Bill Paxton, and Paul makes Steve play the darkest game we have made so far.