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In Folge 239 gründen André und Chris in Abwesenheit von Pascal mit Gästin Teresa heimlich einen Hexenzirkel. Als Lehrmaterial haben wir uns den 90s Kulthexenhorror The Craft angesehen und analysiert und mit dem ungeliebten Blumhouse Sequel von 2020 verglichen. So einig wie sonst, sind wir uns dieses Mal nicht.
Henry Joost and Rel Schulman are a directing and writing team, producers and best friends. They founded the New York City production company Supermarché in 2007. Their most recent feature, SECRET HEADQUARTERS, premiers summer 2022 on Paramount+ and stars Owen Wilson, Michael Peña and Walker Scobell. The film is produced by Jerry Bruckheimer Films..In 2020 Henry and Rel directed PROJECT POWER, a Netflix sci-fi action film starring Jamie Foxx and Joseph Gordon Levitt. The film debuted at #1 in over 90 countries. It held the #1 spot in the USA for over 2 weeks. It remains one of Netflix's top ten original features of all time.Their first feature documentary, CATFISH, premiered at the 2010 Sundance film festival where it received critical acclaim and went on to a nationwide release. Their second feature, PARANORMAL ACTIVITY 3, released by Paramount Pictures, opened to rave reviews and had the highest grossing horror opening weekend in history. Their second film in the franchise, PARANORMAL ACTIVITY 4 was released in October, 2012, and the two combined have grossed $350 million. Henry and Rel directed two films in 2016: NERVE, a summer hit released by Lionsgate, starring Emma Roberts and Dave Franco; and VIRAL, a prescient low budget horror movie with Blumhouse, starring Sofia Black-D'Elia. They also executive produced the 2016 Sundance Film Festival hit WHITE GIRL, directed by Elizabeth Wood, which was acquired by Netflix for worldwide distribution.Henry and Rel are executive producers on the long running series CATFISH: The TV Show, now in it's 8th season, and have directed dozens of commercials and short films for companies like Nike, Google, Facebook, and Vogue. They directed the short film A BRIEF HISTORY OF JOHN BALDESSARI, commissioned by LACMA, narrated by Tom Waits, which has been screened at over 100 film festivals worldwide. Henry and Rel's Google commercial DEAR SOPHIE was named Time magazine's Best Commercial of the Year in 2011. In 2020 they fulfilled a lifelong dream of directing the season opening short film for the NEW YORK KNICKS.Henry, Rel, and their in-house producer Orlee-Rose Strauss maintain an active development slate. Features in the works include: an adaptation of Capcom's MEGA MAN which they wrote and are directing for Netflix; an adaptation of Edward Abbey's novel THE MONKEY WRENCH GANG, produced by Ed Pressman, which they wrote and are directing. They are also signed on to direct a bio-pic about KEITH ADAMS, the deaf football coach who made history leading an all-deaf high school football team to an undefeated season against all-hearing teams. The film is being written by Josh Feldman, and produced by Freddy Wexler, DJ Kurs and Eryn Brown.Enjoy my conversation with Henry Joost and Rel Schulman.
A film set in the '70s, serial killers and spooky vibes are all the elements the Cinebuds want in a horror film. Blumhouse's "The Black Phone" delivers it all. Find out what the buddies think of this Ethan Hawke-starring film and more on this episode. https://radiomilwaukee.org/podcasts
Still haven't attended a Horrorhound Weekend? Corey and Dr. Vincent are here to hold you accountable and within every inch of your life to convince you otherwise. Listen in as they go over the illustrious list of guests, vendors, photo ops, and currently listed events. be sure to follow HHW on their socials and refer to their website(https://horrorhoundweekend.com/) to stay up to date on the show.
El miedo no discrimina. Un grupo de adolescentes en un campamento de conversión LGBTQ+ soportará técnicas psicológicas inquietantes, mientras son acosados por un misterioso asesino enmascarado. They/Them es una película slasher estadounidense de 2022, escrita y dirigida por John Logan, en su debut como director de largometraje y producida por Blumhouse Productions. Está protagonizada por Theo Germaine, Carrie Preston, Anna Chlumsky, Austin Crute y Kevin Bacon. PLANETA TERROR es un podcast semanal en español dedicado al cine de horror/slasher/gore. Reseñas, noticias, rankings y discusión general desde el punto de vista de alguien cuyo “goal” en la vida es mudarse a Woodsboro, vivir en Elm Street y asistir al Campamento Crystal Lake. Apple Podcast https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/planeta-terror-podcast/id1539867451 Instagram https://www.instagram.com/planetaterrorpod/ Twitter https://mobile.twitter.com/planetaterrorpd
Ces trois séries de la reco du weekend ont toutes un décor idyllique qui cache bien des secrets. L'île fantastique Le reboot de la série L'île fantastique des années 80 a été imaginé par Sarah Fain et Elizabeth Craft (The 100). Parfait comme programme estival, échappez-vous sur une île paradisiaque étrange où vos désirs seront satisfaits mais pas forcément de la manière que vous imaginez. Dans cette nouvelle version 2021 de L'île fantastique, au revoir M. Roarke, bonjour Mme Roarke (Roselyn Sanchez de Devious Maids), la petite nièce de ce-dernier. Elle accueille des invités joués par des noms comme Bellamy Young ou encore Debbi Morgan. Pour assouvir leurs désirs, elle va trouver des solutions inattendues… Précisons que malgré l'aspect resort de luxe coupé du monde à l'ambiance angoissante, on est bien loin d'un White Lotus. On peut plus imaginer des liens avec La quatrième dimension pour une série qui s'approche de l'horreur. Un film Blumhouse était d'ailleurs sorti en 2020 titré Nightmare Island ce qui vous donne une idée de la destination. La saison 2 est attendue outre-Atlantique à la rentrée. https://youtu.be/yWDgqJKQF4g Grand Hotel Grand Hôtel est une mini-série dramatique franco-belge en huit épisodes créée par Aurélie Belko et Sébastien Le Délézir. Il s'agit d'une adaptation moderne d'une série espagnole culte qui a également connu une version américaine également disponible sur Salto. Mais pour nous, direction la Côté d'Azur, dans un palace historique appelé le Grand Hôtel où Anthony Costa (Victor Meutelet) se fait embaucher comme serveur. Il a un but précis en tête, il vient pour comprendre ce qui est arrivé à sa sœur Amélie (Juliet Lemonnier), femme de chambre ayant mystérieusement disparu il y a quelques mois. Romances interdites, secrets enfouis, trahisons, la mini-série remplit toutes les cases d'une saga de l'été. Entre mépris de classe et injustice, dans quel camp vous tiendrez-vous ? Et en prime, vous verrez Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat sous toutes les coutures car les scènes d'extérieur ont été tournée là-bas. Tout le monde ment Série espagnole psychologique, Tout le monde ment place son intrigue dans la petite ville côtière de Belmonte. Tout est chamboulé quand la vidéo des ébats de Macarena avec Ivan, son élève et le fils de sa meilleure amie, est publiée sur Internet. La révélation de leur relation va ébranler la ville et faire émerger tous ses secrets. La sextape est-elle liée au corps trouvé d'un des habitants de Belmonte ? Dans Tout le monde ment, on retrouve la signature des thrillers localisés à la Broadchurch. Les personnages se connaissent tous entre eux, il y a des histoires du passé qui remontent et qui impactent le présent, personne n'est ce qu'il semble être. Forcément des liaisons vont se dévoilées, des mensonges éclatés au grand jour, mais est-ce que cela véritablement résoudre le potentiel crime ? Pau Freixas le créateur est connu pour avoir réalisé la version espagnole des Bracelets rouges. Et vous reconnaîtrez le visage d'Irène Arcos (El Embarcadero) en personnage principal. https://youtu.be/qpKPEWRK5ao Embarquez pour du mystère dans ces trois séries sur Salto.
As my work involves sitting at a computer for long stretches and watching films requires even more screen time, what I don't really need in my life is yet another sedentary activity which is a shame because I really enjoy playing video games. This week we celebrate entertainments biggest industry, though you wouldn't know it given how little attention is devoted to video gaming in popular media. And you wouldn't really know it when you listen to us either as we try to avoid any computer game references in our Top 5 Games section. Leigh Whannell is probably best known as the writer of SAW and the INSIDIOUS movies but in 2018 directed the furious and inventive Australian cyberpunk thriller UPGRADE based on his own screenplay. Grey Trace (Logan Marshall-Green) is a retro man living in a near futuristic world who restores old cars for creepy reclusive tech billionaires. When a brutal accident and robbery attempt results in his wife being killed and renders Grey paralysed from the neck down, experimental surgery to implant a tiny microchip called STEM in him might just start to give Grey his body back. Like a slice of 80's or early 90's Verhoeven, full of inventive world building, the script crackles and amuses and cinematographer Stefan Duscio makes virtually every scene dazzle through great lighting and unusual camera angles but it's the physical performance from Logan Marshall-Green as an at-times passenger in his own body which astonishes. Judicious use of an innovative visual effect that sees the camera housed in a gyroscopic mounting which then tracks a phone stored on the actors body gives the action scenes a strong and unique visual style and the massive downer ending only strengthened our love for this ambitious sci-fi action revenge flick. Give yourself an upgrade and watch this! We round out video game week with a look at iconic anthropomorphic hedgehog Sonic in the animated series SONIC BOOM. Based on a recommendation from my youngest we watched the season 1 finale "It Takes a Village To Defeat a Hedgehog" which introduces the second most popular character in the canon, Shadow. Doctor Eggman calls together a complete rogues gallery including Dave the Intern, T.W. Barker and his two circus bears, the Lightning Bolt Society, and Charlie the mad archaeologist to talk about how they might bring down the spiny mammal which involves ambushing Sonic and his friends as they attempt to build their latest IKEA purchase. In the end the furry blue speedster needs a cheap shot while his rival is distracted in order to momentarily defeat his nemesis, the cheating little tw*t. We love to hear from our listeners! By which I mean we tolerate it. Try us on twitter @dads_film, on Facebook Bad Dads Film Review or on our website baddadsfilm.com. Until next time, we remain... Bad Dads
Jeff and Mike talk about the brand new Blumhouse film Black Phone. Based on the Joe Hill short story and set in the 1980's, will this be a fright-filled extravaganza, just another nostalgia-centric cash-in or something in-between? Tune in and find out! Intro: “Necromaniacs” – Mike Hill Outro: “Tombs for Two” – Lebanon Hanover
Support the show! www.Patreon.com/TheWatchAndTalk This week Karen Peterson (@karenmpeterson) & Derek Miranda (@DerekMiranda85) sit down to talk VENGEANCE. As always, featured reviews are done in two parts, a NON-SPOILER review with letter grade and brief discussion, followed by a more in depth SPOILER review. PLOT SUMMARY: Vengeance, the directorial debut from writer and star B.J. Novak (“The Office”), is a darkly comic thriller about Ben Manalowitz, a journalist and podcaster who travels from New York City to West Texas to attend the funeral of a girl he was hooking up with. @TheWatchAndTalk (Twitter/Instagram) Facebook.com/TheWatchAndTalk www.TheWatchAndTalk.com TheWatchAndTalk@gmail.com *Clip from Vengeance courtesy of Focus Features.
In today's episode, Willy welcomes Jamie Lee Curtis. She is an actress, producer, director, inventor, and author. With an illustrious career spanning four decades, she has appeared in widely loved films, such as "Halloween," "Trading Places," "True Lies," "Knives Out," and A24's highest-grossing film to date, "Everything Everywhere All At Once." She has starred in numerous sitcoms, such as "Anything But Love," "The Heidi Chronicles," and "Scream Queens." She has written 13 children's books, narrated for Audible's "Letters From Camp," and is the host and producer of "Good Friend," an iHeartMedia podcast. She is an amateur photographer and an advocate for children, animals, and the environment. Happily married for 37 years to Christopher Guest, she now has two adult children. The podcast begins with Jamie sharing her stepfather's influence on her when it comes to business. Bob Brandt was an ex-marine and a self-made businessman who taught Jamie the value of money and the greatest finance lesson of her life: "Save every penny you've ever made." She continues to talk about her mother, Janet Leigh, popularly known as Marion Crane from the cult-classic horror film "Psycho." She remembers her mother as someone who "came from nothing" and was discovered by Tom Cruise but goes out of her way to memorize the names of everyone around her and get to know them deeply – a trait that Jamie has emulated. Jamie's thoughts about social media revolved around it being a poison to the youth and how it should be "about standing for something." She wants to relate to others on both sides as "that's the goal of America." When it comes to comments, she advises, "Don't read the comments. Period. Say what you mean. Mean what you say. Don't say it mean. And get the f*** out." Working with her mother made her strive to honor her parents by doing her best in everything she was set to do. She uncovers a downside to fame as she says, "Fame doesn't disappear…. But what made you famous goes away," expressing her heartbreak over what her parents have experienced in showbiz. Jamie attests to putting one foot out the door so that she can leave anytime if the limelight is not where she belongs anymore. She is grateful for staying relevant even in her sixties. She talks about the difference between earning TV money and movie money. She advises everyone to give their money away while they're still alive and use it to live life to the fullest. "I want to die fully alive… manifest my destiny so I can leave a little bit of goodness in the world before I go. She shares her experience working for Blumhouse for the "Halloween" movies, being "a final girl," and acting with fake blood in most of her films. She retells her fairy-tale-like experience of marrying Christopher Guest and the interesting aspects of filming kiss scenes. She touches on her latest movie, "Everything Everywhere All At Once," and how her friends thought it was "the worst movie they have ever seen." She adds that sitcom work is her favorite job and that James Cameron wrote "True Lies" with her in mind. She describes the director as someone who "can do every single job on a movie except acting, which is why actors love working for him." She developed a close friendship with Arnold Schwarzenegger on set and described the challenges of portraying Helen Tasker. She ends the show with a touching message: "The most important thing is who we are as human beings, with other human beings." Even in today's troubled times, she believes respect and humanity should come first above all else. Tune in to this new episode of the Walker Webcast — Behind the Scenes with Jamie Lee Curtis. ▶️
Axeman Olavi of the mighty Amon Amarth joins Dr. Vincent West in battle. They breakdown Amon Amarth's newest album, "The Great Heathen Army." Follow Amon Amarth: http://amonamarth.com http://facebook.com/AmonAmarth http://instagram.com/amonamarth http://twitter.com/amonamarthband https://www.tiktok.com/@amonamarthband
Dr. West talks with the Mad Frontman Shawn Knight of Child Bite about their newest split EP as well as touring. "Pass The Glue" is from the Multicult/Child Bite split EP, available via Hex Records: www.hexrecords.bandcamp.com
Dr. West talks with Drummer Erinc of Mantar about their new album, "Pain Is Forever and This is the End." Mantar online: https://mantar.bandcamp.com/ https://mantar.bigcartel.com/ https://www.instagram.com/mantarband/ https://www.facebook.com/MantarBand
Dr. West welcomes back dear friend, Paul Ryan of Origin to FANTASM. "Chaosmos" is out now! ORDER ALBUM AT https://www.originofficial.com/chaosmos http://www.origin-chaosmos.com PRE-SAVE THE ALBUM https://geni.us/Origin-Chaosmos LISTEN TO "CHAOSMOS" SINGLE https://geni.us/Origin-Chaosmos-Single LISTEN TO "ECOPHAGY" SINGLE https://geni.us/Origin-Ecophagy VISIT THE BAND Website: http://www.OriginOfficial.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Origin Twitter: https://twitter.com/OriginBand YouTube: http://bit.ly/subs-orgn-yt Instagram: http://instagram.com/originband On Tour: https://originofficial.com/tour Spotify: http://bit.ly/origin-spotify
Time for us to discuss something a little more recent. Join our hosts as they review the latest Blumhouse and Ethan Hawke collaboration, the adaptation of Joe Hill's short story, "The Black Phone". Is it a hit or a miss ? Join our conversation and uncensor your opinion.
Popcorn Podcast welcomes mega-producer Jason Blum to discuss Blumhouse Productions' latest horror hit, The Black Phone, starring Ethan Hawke as a terrifying child snatcher terrorising a Colorado neighbourhood in the 1970s. Blum shares what makes The Black Phone so damn scary, the surprising Stephen King connection and why he'll say yes to anything director Scott Derrickson brings him. We hope you enjoy this special episode.Know someone who loves movies? Please share Popcorn Podcast with your friends.Visit popcornpodcast.com for more movie reviews, celebrity interviews and news.Popcorn Podcast interviews the biggest stars, including Hugh Jackman and more, on YouTube: Popcorn Podcast
On this issue of the Comic Section, Little Xio is back! They join Jason as we discuss DC's Jim Lee confirming there's no plan for Zack Snyder or the SnyderVerse to return. Marvel's goriest movies Deadpool, and Logan are coming to Disney Plus! Parents Council issues statement condemning Disney+'s release of Deadpool and Logan. Fox's Fantastic Four's Jessica Alba says Marvel movies are "Still Quite Caucasian" despite diversity efforts. Vince McMahon retires from the WWE. From Comic Con we get our first look and release dates for X-Men 97, Spider-Man: Freshman Year, & Marvel's What If season two. We preview trailers from Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves, Halloween Ends, & Blumhouse's TheySlashThem. Jason reviews NOPE. Little Xio reviews Obi-Wan Kenobi, The Boys, One Punch Man season two, Ms. Marvel, & Our Flag Means Death. Tune in!
Hey kids! We are back with two very big films - EVERYTHING EVERYWHERE ALL AT ONCE and THE BLACK PHONE Grab your Cup and let's fill it with some RAD!!! ~ Enjoy the positive pop culture vibes ~
B.J. Novak knows a thing or two about comedic writing. He spent a lot of time in the writers' room and starred as Ryan Howard on NBC's hit series “The Office.” Now, he's taking his writing skills to the big screen, debuting as a director in the comedy-thriller, “Vengeance.” “When you realize someone has a little regret in their eyes… you could be very careful with an actor and see how you could capture that in a shot,” he says. For him, it's all the same, but “being able to learn how to write directorially is a very special and exciting opportunity.” On this episode of The Business, Novak discusses “The Office” origins, his standup comedy career and first acting job on MTV, and how he teamed up with Blumhouse producer Jason Blum to write and direct “Vengeance.” But first, Kim Masters and Matt Belloni banter about Netflix's Q2 numbers. Netflix was projected to lose 2 million subscribers, but only lost nearly 1 million, which its CEO believes it's “less bad” than feared. Is the streaming service really over the hump?
On a whim we decided to see The Black Phone, the new Blumhouse horror movie directed by Scott Derrickson and adapted from a short story by Joe Hill (Stephen King's son). Ethan Hawke plays a child abductor nicknamed "The Grabber" in 1978 suburban Denver. It also stars Mason Thames, Madeleine McGraw, Jeremy Davies, and James Ransone. We got all hot and bothered about the film and the theatrical experience in the Burbank 6, in this very hawt take!
The Halloweenies grab their butcher knives and carve right into the first real trailer for David Gordon Green's Halloween Ends. Follow us on Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
If you know us, then you know we love us some scary movies with Maya Hawke's dad - so you KNOW we had to go see the Black Phone (2022), even if he's in a creepy half-mask half the time (& that only scratches the surface of his character's creepiness). But *OOOF* this film surprised us in the best of ways - keeping us on our toes while screaming & cheering with our fellow theater-goers (humanity is at its best in the theater). Catch Maya Hawke's dad's latest thriller in theaters now & listen to our latest episode wherever you listen to your podcasts!!
October 2017: Blum and Bill discuss horror films ranging from ‘Halloween' and ‘Friday the 13th' to ‘The Purge' and ‘Get Out.' Other topics include Blumhouse projects, working with tech companies in Hollywood, and M. Night Shyamalan. Host: Bill Simmons Guest: Jason Blum Production Support: Steve Ceruti, Ben Cruz, Tim Angan and Garrett Gonzales Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Boy, howdy! I'll tell you what. We were so overwhelmed by the sheer brilliance of Dashcam last week, we just had to take a week off to cleanse our pallets. Nothing can cleanse the taste of a Blumhouse movie like... another god damn Blumhouse movie?! Who picks this shit?! Well, dang. I guess this week we're discussing 2022's The Black Phone. It's done by the guy that did Sinister, so that's something, right? Is it a serial killer? Is it supernatural? Is it tight or decidedly not tight? Tune in and find out. Artwork was once again done by the incredible Cal Gee. Go follow him on instagram. Also follow Matt on Twitch: @MattyDingDong If you enjoy the show, please consider joining our Patreon subscribers. That means for less than the cost of a beer, you get bonus content, exclusive merchandise, and special giveaways! Most importantly, you get to help us continue doing what we love. The Who Goes There Podcast is available to subscribe to on iTunes and Spotify. Can't get enough? We also do that social media shit. You'll find us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Twitch, and YouTube.
In this episode, Charles (@charlesrockhill) and Reed (@reedblackcomics) discuss The Black Phone (2022), throwing water bottles at strangers, the Stephen King Literary Universe, and Larisa Oleynik. Follow us: Socials & Email email@example.com Please leave a rating/review if you have a moment. It's a free way to help the show grow! Dirty Little Horror is an LGBT Horror podcast where we try to find the gay subtext and make spooky dick jokes! Opening instrumental: Karl Casey @ White Bat Audio
Cece brings in Teddy & Kyle to talk The Black Phone, the newest Blumhouse horror. Follow Kyle on Twitter: @kylesprescott Follow Teddy on Twitter: @cuzcats1989 Follow the show on Twitter & Instagram: @ceyouatpodcast Follow Cece on Twitter & Instagram: @cecetron
After a week off we are back and live with our 84th edition of the Michael versus Jason Horrorcast featuring Billy!!!! This week Jason takes the crown and we go to the theater to watch the highly anticipated ... The Black Phone. Join us as we go through the good and the bad with the newest Blumhouse release + Listen to Mike talk about his headshot movie (The Weenie Roast Massacre) for being last week's Loser + We discuss a few other movies we may have caught this week and go through our weekly segments such as "The Rename Game" , "Darwin/ Einstein Awards", "The Devil's Wheel" and we spin the wheel to see who is this week's Ultimate Loser and forced to take on the Headshot Movie.... Let us know your thoughts and give us recommendations through one of the ways listed below!!Follow us —Facebook- Facebook.com/MVJHorrorInstagram- Instagram.com/mvjhorrorcastTwitter- twitter.com/mvjhorrorEmail- MVJHorrorcast@Yahoo.com
We're joined once again this week by guest host, Lauren, to help us talking about Blumhouse's latest horror flick, THE BLACK PHONE. We discuss Scott Derrickson's obvious love of grainy film footage and dead kids, why were the children in this movie raging maniacs, and the absurdity of stopping to help a strange man with white face paint and Dahmer glasses while a kidnapper is on the loose in the town. Find us on Instagram @ToAvoidFaintingPodcast Twitter @toavoidfainting
In this episode of the Q&E Podcast, we review Blumhouse's "The Black Phone" starring Ethan Hawke and Mason Thames. We discuss the biggest plot points and themes of the movie. We debate the movie's similarity to the movie "IT" and why it could be a Movie of the Year candidate along with much more! Synopsis: Finney Shaw is a shy but clever 13-year-old boy who's being held in a soundproof basement by a sadistic, masked killer. When a disconnected phone on the wall starts to ring, he soon discovers that he can hear the voices of the murderer's previous victims -- and they are dead set on making sure that what happened to them doesn't happen to Finney. Follow your hosts on social media: Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/QEPodcast1, Host: https://www.twitter.com/Q_Hicks3; https://www.twitter.com/EdgarMartin97 IG: https://www.instagram.com/qandepodcast, Host: https://www.instagram.com/edgarmartinofficial Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/qepodcast YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTOeOOheEI1tWoLeAcyGp4g Email us questions: firstname.lastname@example.org --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/qandepodcast/message
Blumhouse is back with a new scary movie, and this time it's not a burnout (cough, “Firestarter,” cough). “The Black Phone” gave us Ethan Hawke as a creepy child abductor and a phone with supernatural (and rather convenient) abilities. “The Good Neighbor” reminded us to never date the sibling of a person you've run over. Facts!
Let's spend the night with Ethan Hawke! Representing the arthouse it's Richard Linklater's Before Sunrise (1995), starring Hawke and Julie Delpy. And representing the mainstream, it's Hawke's second Blumhouse foray, The Purge (2013). Plus Joe responds to Brett's argument for Annette Bening as the finest American film actress of the 21st century with some candidates of his own. NEXT WEEK: The Bitter Tears of Petra von Kant (1976) vs The Devil Wears Prada (2006) VIDEO EPISODES & AD-FREE EPISODES ON FOREVER DOG PLUS http://foreverdog.plus THE COMPLETE CANON & TRASH CANON ON LETTERBOXD: https://letterboxd.com/weekendbergman/lists FOLLOW WEEKEND AT BERGMAN'S https://twitter.com/weekendbergman https://www.instagram.com/weekendbergman https://www.tiktok.com/@weekendbergman BUY MERCH https://www.teepublic.com/user/weekend-at-bergmans WEEKEND AT BERGMAN'S IS A FOREVER DOG PODCAST https://foreverdogpodcasts.com/podcasts/weekend-at-bergmans Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It's a heck of an episode as we talk about the announcements of Horrors of Blumhouse : Freaky and Black Phone and the Halloween house. We also dive into some conversations about Minions: Rise of Gru, Ethan Hawke movies, Logan's recent trip to Universal for a taping of AEW Dark and SO MUCH MORE...
Chris and Taylor review the supernatural horror film "The Black Phone" written by Scott Derrickson and C. Robert Cargill with direction by Derrickson. An abducted teenager uses a mysterious telephone to communicate with the former victims of his captor. The film stars Mason Thames, Madeleine McGraw, Ethan Hawke, Jeremy Davies, E. Roger Mitchell, Troy Rudeseal and James Ransone.
Psychic dreams, horrible fathers, and Ethan Hawke in the most-terrifying mask ever made -- we're recapping THE BLACK PHONE! Join us as we escape yet another basement, overcome our fears, talk to ghosts and fight mean bullies. Trigger Warning: child abuse/violence THE BLACK PHONE is in theaters now TRAILER Follow the show: @TSDWpodcast on Twitter, TikTok, and Instagram. Check out our Patreon for bonus episodes and additional content! Rate Too Scary; Didn't Watch 5 Stars on Spotify and Apple Podcasts and leave a review for Emily, Henley, and Sammy. Advertise on Too Scary; Didn't Watch via Gumball.fm Podcast artwork by @EllaTalkin See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In which we cover a bit of Walt Disney World news, including the worst Cast Member job interview ever. Bart reviews Freaky after watching it to prepare for Halloween Horror Nights. Then we give our Top 10 Favorite Attractions at the Disney Parks AND Universal Studios. And much more!
We report two unauthorized uses of the phone service this week, as the dead hog our landline in The Black Phone, while Ghostface abuses his cell phone privileges in Scre4m! Ma Bell would NOT approve. #scream4 #scre4m #blackphone #ethanhawke #wescraven #blumhouse #ghostface #sidneyprescott #dewey #davidarquette #nevecampbell #courtneycox #galeweathers #kirby #haydenpanettiere
On this episode we hear the latest Little Things with Seth, discuss the last Halloween Horror Nights house announcement and delve in to visiting Universal Orlando as someone with vision or hearing impairment. The Unofficial Universal Orlando Podcast. You can listen to us on the following platforms: Apple Podcasts LIBSYN STITCHER SPOTIFY Also go and give our podcast partners, The Theme Park Duo a listen, for all your West Coast info FOLLOW US ON : FACEBOOK INSTAGRAM TWITTER PINTEREST
Hey, so it's been a miserable few days. We're sort of getting used to that? Let's talk about some movies to take our minds off it. First, there's the Baz Luhrmann musical biography "Elvis," with Tom Hanks. (Not as Elvis.) Then we discuss the Blumhouse horror film "The Black Phone." And yeah, huh-huh, huh-huh, it's the Paramount Plus "legacy sequel" "Beavis and Butt-head Do the Universe." Droll, droll, very droll. Timestamps: 10:11 "Elvis" 37:41 "The Black Phone" 51:33 "Beavis and Butt-head Do America" Thanks to Dylan Mayer and My Friend Mary, both of which are wonderful, for the music. We hope you enjoy. Let us know what you think @griersonleitch on Twitter, or email@example.com. As always, give us a review on iTunes with the name of a movie you'd like us to review, and we'll discuss it on a later podcast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices