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The Angi Taylor Show
Chainsaw Friday On Steroids - ATS - 1-14-2022

The Angi Taylor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 60:56


Chainsaw Friday is now on steroids.

Hack The Movies
What is the Worst Texas Chainsaw Movie? - Hack The Movie (#118)

Hack The Movies

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 129:29


Get 20% OFF Manscaped + Free Shipping with promo code HACKTHEMOVIES at MANSCAPED.comTony and the guys from @Movie Dumpster team up talk about The Texas Chainsaw Massacre franchise and try to find out what is the worst Texas Chainsaw movie. Most of them are pretty bad or forgettable so this was a rough one. Watch as we discuss each film and pick what we think is the worst at the end. Follow Joe and Sean https://shor.by/MovieDumpster

Midnight Train Podcast
Pro Wrestling Deaths

Midnight Train Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 151:57


Today we're entering the world of sports. That's right, we're talking about everyone's favorite sport… Curling! Curling is a sport in which players slide stones on a sheet of ice toward a target area segmented into four concentric circles. It is related to bowls, boules, and shuffleboard. Two teams, each with four players, take turns sliding heavy, polished granite rocks, also called stones, across the ice curling sheet toward the house, a circular target marked on the ice. Each team has eight stones, with each player throwing two. The purpose is to accumulate the highest score for a game; points are scored for the stones resting closest to the center of the house after each end, which is completed when both teams have thrown all of their stones. A game usually consists of eight or ten ends…  Um...What the fuck.. Fucking Moody… This is why we can't trust him to do research while hunting Sasquatch in Canada… Hold on, let me find the right notes… Son of a bitch, where are they… Ah, here we go. Today we are actually going into the wonderful world of… WRESTLING!!! But you know us… we're actually not looking at the wonderful part… No sirs and madams, we take it to the not-so-wonderful side. We'll be discussing some crazy and tragic wrestler Deaths. Many of our beloved childhood wrestling favorites have passed on over the past decade or so. Many were related to the job's rigors, leading to drug use and overdose, heart attacks, suicides, and a host of other causes. Today, we're going to look at some more… "interesting," if you will... wrestler deaths. Some of these guys you'll know, some only hardcore wrestling fans will know, and some, none of you may know, at all. Also, we're going to skip some of the biggest ones because they've been covered more times than podcasts covering Ted Bundy and in much more detail within the time we have, so you won't be hearing about some of the more popular ones. So without any more curling bullshit (fucking Moody). Let's get to it!    First up is an old-timer that primarily wrestled in Australia… We love you beautiful sumbitches in Australia, so we wanted to throw this one in. Also, maybe you guys have some stories about this guy if you're old enough to remember him. His name is Brute Bernard! He initially made his name as tag team partner of Skull Murphy in the WWF. Brute toured the world with Skull until he died in 1969. Brute won the IWA World Tag titles in Australia with Murphy 6 times. They defeated Mark Lewin & Dominic de Nucci, Lewin & Bearcat Wright, Mario Milano & Billy White Wolf, Mario Milano & Antonio Pugliese, and Lars Anderson & Dick Murdoch. They lost to Lewin & Wright twice, Milano & Pugliese twice, Don Leo Jonathan & Antonio Pugliese, and Mario Milano & Spiros Arion. Brute continued as a solo wrestler in Australia, where he had his most tremendous success, winning the Austro-Asian title from Spiros Arion before dropping it back to him. He also wrestled extensively in the Carolinas, teaming up with the Missouri Mauler in Texas. Brute was also married to pro wrestler Betty Joe Hawkins.   He was famous for his 'camel walk.' I tried to look it up but couldn't find anything about it, but I think it was probably something like the iron Shiek's "Camel Clutch."    So when you look up the cause of death of this guy, you get a common reason of "shot while cleaning gun," which is still fucked up. The thing is, if you do a little more digging, it doesn't seem so simple. While there isn't an incredible amount of information on his death, if you look, you can find enough people that are suspicious of the "accidental" death ruling. Some think it was an intentional self-inflicted gunshot. There is a small amount that believes it was murder. And then some say that he was drunk and decided to play a game of Russian roulette. So what is the real story? Who knows? But there are enough people asking questions and spewing theories to make this an exciting appetizer for the show! Suicide? Russian roulette? Courtney Love? Who knows! And if that's "too soon", fuck off... she had SOMETHING to do with it.   Ok, so who's next? Oh, how about Neil Allen Caricofe. His ring name "Neil Superior" was better known, and he was born on April 6, 1963, in Hagerstown, Maryland. He was at one point a corrections officer, and he also served in the army reserve. He was trained by one of the Wild Samoans, who you definitely remember if you're Chainsaw's age. Superior made his pro debut in 1989. He and his father, Dick Caricofe, founded the All-Star Wrestling League (later known as the National Wrestling League) in Hagerstown, Maryland, that same year. Caricofe formed a tag team with fellow Wild Samoan graduate Doug Stahl called The Superior Brothers, "Nasty" Neil, and "Desirable" Doug Superior. At some point, the two also wrestled under the team name...The Satanic Warriors… yea… Anyway. After splitting with Stahl, Superior embarked on a singles career. One of his first significant opponents was "The Honky Tonk Man" (who I loved as a kid) and who he faced in Hagerstown on August 10, 1991. Superior also feuded with Rasta the Voodoo Mon. Later that year, Superior defeated Helmut Hesler to win the NWL Heavyweight Championship. After that, he worked for many other independent companies throughout the 90s. Finally, he became the south Atlantic pro wrestling heavyweight champion in 1992 and held the belt for 4 months until the promotion folded. He would then go back and finish his career in the NWL until his death… Which is why we're here.    Early on the morning of August 23, 1996, Caricofe, who had left his hotel room around 4:00 A.M., was observed acting erratically and running naked on the seventh floor of the Fenwick Inn in Ocean City, Maryland. Which, of course, we've all done at some point in our lives. It was believed that Caricofe had left his room accidentally and was unable to find his way back. Caricofe may have suffered from a medical condition caused by seizures, which made him sleepwalk. According to the Caricofe family, it wasn't unusual for him to sleep either in his underwear or nude. The night desk clerk, Lisa Mulvihill, became aware of the situation when a concerned guest called the front desk. When Mulvihill investigated, she saw Caricofe "jumping around and banging himself against the wall ."She briefly attempted to communicate with Caricofe but returned to the front desk and called the police, finding him unresponsive. Mulvihill received a second call that Caricofe was banging on the doors of several rooms. Mulvihill then made a second call to the police, informing them that she was returning to the seventh floor and requesting that officers meet her there. Officers would arrive and find Superior roaming the hallway, and when they approached him, they said he appeared to be in a boxer's stance, dancing around on his tiptoes and doing some kind of shadowboxing. They say he was not responding to their commands, and they called for backup when they assumed he was under the influence and dangerous. An attempt by two officers to handcuff Superior failed. They continued shouting commands to lay down on the ground and, when Caricofe failed to respond, all four officers used pepper spray, which they later claimed had no effect. Caricofe then moved toward the officers, pinning Officer Freddie Howard up against the wall, and held the officer by his shirt. Sergeant Braeuninger and Officer Alban radioed for backup, the latter calling in a "Signal 13," indicating an officer needed emergency assistance. Alban, Braeuninger, and Jones began hitting Caricofe on his lower back and legs with nightsticks to free Howard. Caricofe would run away and mash his way down 7 flights of stairs; along the way, police say he ran into a vending area and began beating his head and shoulders into the vending machines. Once he made it down the stairs, he headed into the parking lot, where more police were waiting. They sprayed him with pepper foam and beat him with nightsticks in another attempt to subdue him. Finally, the over officer grabbed him and held him long enough for the others to restrain him. The group held Caricofe down while attempting to handcuff him and place the "violent prisoner restraining device" on his legs. While police were waiting for paramedics to arrive, the officers observed that Caricofe was no longer breathing. They assisted paramedics in performing CPR on Caricofe but could not revive him. He was pronounced dead at the hospital a short time later. The story does not end there, though.    The circumstances surrounding Caricofe's death were questioned during the next few weeks. It was not learned until afterward that Caricofe had been diagnosed with a medical condition two years earlier, a neurological problem possibly resulting from a wrestling-related injury that caused seizures and made him appear to be sleepwalking. Ya know, CTE... for those that don't know, Chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) is a progressive brain condition that's thought to be caused by repeated blows to the head and repeated episodes of concussion. It's mainly associated with contact sports, such as boxing or American football. The Caricofe family was given little information from authorities regarding the death of their son. They learned from Gerald Minnich, director of Minnich Funeral Home in Hagerstown, who described their son's injuries, that Neil Caricofe had sustained "a possible broken nose, swelling around his eyes and a bruise on the back of his head ." Caricofe's father did not initially hold Ocean City police liable for the death of his son. He was told by a Maryland State Police investigator and a friend who was a state trooper at the Berlin police barracks that his son had hit his head on a vending machine as he was running from police. The family believed that the responding police officers, three of whom were temporary, seasonal patrolmen, were inexperienced and had overreacted due to Neil Caricofe's size. In an article from the Washington Post, shortly after the incident, a woman who said she was staying at the hotel and witnessed the incident said Caricofe "didn't yell back or attack but refused to lay down and kept running around."   The woman, who spoke on the condition that her name not be used, said she believes that officers put something resembling a dog collar around Caricofe's neck just before he became unconscious. "There were at least 10 of them on top of him," she said. "When they were finished, he was unconscious."    City spokesman Jay Hancock said he had "not heard about anything being placed around {Caricofe's} neck at all." He said officers are trained to use a baton to strike someone in "the extremities."   The witness also said police officers did not attempt to revive Caricofe by giving him CPR, contradicting police statements that officers had done so.   The autopsy ruled the cause of death was heart disease combined with the ingestion of drugs and alcohol. A toxicology report found the presence of ephedrine, gamma hydroxybutyrate, anabolic steroids, and ethanol in his system. The family would challenge this ruling, though, as they believed he was perfectly healthy and that the police used excessive force, which caused his death. A year after Caricofe's death, his parents were still unable to find out the details of what occurred that night. The family's Baltimore attorney, Gerald Ruter, believed his clients were being stonewalled by law enforcement. So the family began their own investigation. On June 2, 1998, Caricofe's parents filed a $350 million federal lawsuit against the Ocean City Police Department, claiming that their son had died due to police brutality. The case was heard in U.S. District Court in Baltimore. Gerald Ruter, an attorney for the Caricofe family, claimed that the officers "jumped on him and knocked him down and emptied several cans of pepper spray into his face," causing him to suffocate to death. It was further claimed their use of nightsticks and pepper spray to subdue Neil Caricofe was unnecessary and constituted excessive force. Among those named in the lawsuit included former mayor Roland F. Powell, Police Chief David Massey, and 13 Ocean City police officers charged with wrongful death, excessive force, inadequate training and supervision of police, and false arrest.    The case was dismissed by Judge Frederic Smalkin, who believed the officers had appropriately responded. The ruling was upheld by the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on April 1, 2002, concluding that the officers had never resorted to deadly force.   Sounds pretty fucked up. More police bullshit? Justified force? Who knows, but that's a crazy tale!   Next is one of the more prominent wrestlers we're gonna talk about. He started out as the Blue Angel, which transformed him into the Blue Blazer, the character that first brought him success. He is none other than the legendary Owen Hart. This is another one that's been covered a ton, but we wanted to talk about it because some of us here at the train remember watching this happen live. A member of the Hart wrestling family, he was born in Calgary, Alberta, the youngest of twelve children of Stampede Wrestling promoters Stu and Helen Hart. Among other accolades, Owen was a one-time USWA Unified World Heavyweight Champion, a two-time WWF Intercontinental Champion, a one-time WWF European Champion, and a four-time WWF World Tag Team Champion, as well as the 1994 WWF King of the Ring. He headlined multiple pay-per-view events for the WWF and was widely regarded as one of the company's best in-ring performers. And if you've never seen him in action, the guy was an absolute specimen in the ring. On May 23, 1999, Hart fell to his death in Kansas City, Missouri, during the Over the Edge pay-per-view event. Hart was in the process of being lowered via harness and grapple line into the ring from the rafters of Kemper Arena for a booked Intercontinental Championship match against The Godfather. In keeping with the Blazer's new "buffoonish superhero" character, he began a dramatic entrance, being lowered to just above ring level. At that time, he would act "entangled," then release himself from the safety harness and fall flat on his face for comedic effect—this necessitated the use of a quick-release mechanism. It was an elaboration on a Blue Blazer stunt done previously on Sunday Night Heat before Survivor Series in 1998. While being lowered into the ring, Hart fell 78 feet (24 m), landing chest-first on the top rope (approximately a foot from the nearest turnbuckle), throwing him into the ring. Hart had performed the stunt only a few times before. Hart's widow Martha has suggested that Hart unintentionally triggered an early release by moving around to get comfortable with both the harness and his cape. Television viewers did not see the incident. Instead, a pre-taped vignette was being shown on the pay-per-view broadcast and on the monitors in the darkened arena during the fall. A vignette is any piece of video footage featuring characters or events shown to the audience for entertainment or edification. It is usually meant to introduce a debuting character, get a wrestler over before their TV wrestling debut, or signify an impending return. Afterward, while medical personnel worked on Hart inside the ring, the live event's broadcast showed only the audience. Meanwhile, WWF television announcer Jim Ross repeatedly told those watching live on pay-per-view that what had just transpired was not a wrestling angle or storyline and that Hart was hurt badly, emphasizing the seriousness of the situation. Jim Ross would later say in an interview.                     "Being at ringside the night he fell [and announcing live on air that he had died] was the toughest thing I ever did. To this day, I've still never seen the tape. I was pretty numb. Everyone was in shock that night. I still have nightmares about it. Owen was as warm-hearted as any human being I have ever known. He loved to laugh, and he loved to make other people laugh. He had a great spirit, a good soul, and a good heart."   Five months before his tragic death, Owen Hart opened up to Slam Wrestling about his desire to soon leave wrestling:   "When my contract is up, I'm out of wrestling. I've made plans. I've been smart with my fiscal affairs. Financially, I'll be set. I really want to devote a lot of time to my family. I've bought some property on a lake. I plan on doing a lot of boating and fishing. I want to continue to stay in shape. And who knows, I might do ten weeks a year in Japan. Something just to motivate me to keep in shape, keep involved a little bit but not have to deal with the politics, the pressures that are so intense right now. I've paid my dues for twelve years now. If I continue for five more, that's seventeen years working at a pretty hard clip. I think that at that point, my family, my wife, and my kids, have been compromised enough. I would like to kind of just disappear from wrestling fans and stuff. I don't want to forget the fans and what they've done. They've supported me and stuff, but at the same time, I'd like to just — I don't want to be hanging on like one of these wrestlers who's sixty years old, saying, 'Hey, I'm a wrestler.' Let it go. Make your money out of it and get on. Going out and performing- it's an art. I'd like fans to remember me as a guy who would go out and entertain them, give them quality matches. Not just the same old garbage every week."   There was a lot of controversy over the incident. One of the main things that people talked about was how they went on with the show that night after the fall. So many people were upset that they would do this.    Vince McMahon would say of the decision:              "Knowing Owen as the performer he was, it is my belief that he would have wanted the show to go on. I didn't know if it was the right decision. I just guessed that it was what Owen would want." This is bullshit and just shows the kind of person McMahon was, in my personal opinion.   Referee Jimmy Korderas, who Hart almost landed on when he fell, would say:   "It's easy for us to say afterward, 'Well, the show should have stopped…' I was kind of on the fence with that. I kind of liken it a little bit to a Nascar race, where the race continues even after a tragic accident. Again, it's a tough call. I'm just glad I'm not the one who had to make that call."   There were lawsuits filed by Hart's wife against the WWE and the harness company. A settlement was reached with the WWE for 18 million dollars which his wife used much to set up the Owen Hart Foundation. The lawsuit against the harness company was dropped after the settlement.    A traffic end to the life of a great wrestler.   Next up Adolfo Bresciano! You may know him better as Dino Bravo! After training under Gino Brito, he started his career in Montreal in the 1970s, working for Lutte Internationale. He became one of Canada's top professional wrestling stars, winning several major titles, including the Canadian International Heavyweight Championship six times, the NWA Canadian Heavyweight Championship (Toronto version), and the NWA Mid-Atlantic Tag Team Championship. He later signed with the World Wrestling Federation, where, as a partner to Dominic DeNucci, he won the WWF World Tag Team Championship. He was also the sole holder of the WWF Canadian Championship before the title was abandoned in 1986.  Bravo returned to the WWF in late 1986 with a new look. He was now noticeably more muscular and almost immediately began bleaching his brown hair blonde. Again, he was a heel and began working as part of Luscious Johnny Valiant's stable with Greg "The Hammer" Valentine and Brutus "The Barber" Beefcake. Bravo was known as more of a technical wrestler in his days of wrestling in Canada. Still, with his strongman gimmick, his technical side was pushed into the background and his style changed to using power (brawling) moves such as bodyslams, clotheslines, punches, kicks, and other power holds such as the bearhug. In contrast, his finishing move changed from an airplane spin to a sidewalk slam. Bravo left the WWF and retired from wrestling following a European tour in April 1992. After retiring, he helped train wrestlers in Montreal.    After retiring from the WWF, Dino reportedly struggled to make ends meet. Related by marriage to Montreal mobster Vic Cotroni, Dino became involved with crime. Using his status as a wrestling celebrity, he smuggled and sold illegal cigarettes in Canada, mainly to Aboriginals. The story goes that while his wife was taking his daughter to ballet class, he sat down to watch a hockey game on television and ended up shot 17 times with seven hits to the head and 10 to his torso. The crime remains an unsolved murder; however, it is widely accepted that Dino's involvement in smuggling was the reason for his death. As there were no signs of a break-in and no footprints outside the home's windows, there is speculation that Dino knew his killer, that the person was watching hockey with him when the assassination happened. While this can't be confirmed, what is certain is that Dino's wife found him later that evening when she returned home with their daughter. Dino Bravo was killed on Wednesday, March 10, 1993.    In an interview, his former opponent Bret "The Hitman" Hart revealed that Bravo confided to friends shortly before his death that he knew his days were numbered.   Canadian Mafia… Not gonna lie… Didn't know that was a thing!    Speaking of murdered wrestlers, it's time for everyone's favorite…. The midnight train's quick hits!   John Meek wrestled under the name "Iron" Mike Steele, and in his career, he shared the ring with the likes of Marc Mero and Dean Malenko. Unfortunately, his wrestling career and life came to an end on August 29, 2007.   Harry Brian Taylor intentionally ran over Steele from behind with his van while he was riding his motorcycle. Steele passed away two hours later next to his damaged motorcycle.   On July 10, 2008, Taylor was found guilty of second-degree murder for killing Mike Steele. He was sentenced to life imprisonment without parole.   Frank' Bruiser Brody' Goodish found success as a main eventer and became one of the most talented big men in wrestling. Brody was scheduled to face Dan Spivey in Puerto Rico, but he was called into the shower area by wrestler José Huertas González to talk about some business.   Brody was stabbed in the gut by González and died in the hospital from his stab wounds. He was only 42. González was charged with murder but pleaded self-defense and was acquitted.    Tank Morgan was born in 1933, and his name died down following his tenure in WWF (now WWE) from 1966-1967.   On December 12, 1966, he lost to former WWE Champion Bruno Sammartino in a two out of three falls match inside Madison Square Garden's, the world's most famous arena.   This was the most notable moment in Morgan's entire career, but sadly, he was gunned down in a drive-by shooting on August 15, 1991, while walking his dog. Unfortunately, the details concerning his death are pretty scarce.   Many people believed that Morgan was caught up in the crossfire and was a victim of mistaken identity. What we do know, however, is that he was murdered.   "Gentleman" Chris Adams had a successful wrestling career. He's also the man who trained a guy named Steven James Anderson, aka Steve Williams "The Ringmaster," aka "Stunning" Steve Austin, aka... you guessed it! Stone Cold Steve Austin. Adams worked for World Class Championship Wrestling as a mid-carder in the late 1990s.   After Adams' short-term girlfriend Linda was found dead in 2000 following a drug or alcohol overdose, Adams was charged for manslaughter. However, he was passed out too, but he survived the overdose.   He waited to find out whether or not the court found him guilty, but he never lived to hear the verdict. Adams was shot in the chest after a heated argument with his friend on October 7, 2001.   The charges were acquitted after the friend claimed that he shot Adams in self-defense.   Ricky Lawless was considered an excellent technician during his career in the '80s. He trained a lot of independent wrestlers such as Joey Maggs, Bobby Starr, and Axl Rotten.   Lawless was discovered dead at the age of 28 after he, too, was shot. It was determined by the police that Raymond Swartz, the husband of the woman Lawless had reportedly had an affair with, was the man responsible for the shooting.   There you have it… murdered wrestler quick hits.   No wrestling family has been through more tragedy than the Von Erichs. The family's actual last name is Adkisson. However, every member of the family who joined the wrestling business used the Von Erich name. This was in dedication to the patriarch of the family, Jack (Fritz Von Erich) Adkisson.   Fritz lived to the age of 68, though unpleasantly, five of his six sons preceded him in death, three by suicide.   The firstborn son, Jack Jr., was electrocuted at the age of six in 1959 in a household accident.   In 1984, David Von Erich died in Japan from an unconfirmed cause, although it is widely believed he died from a drug overdose.   On April 12, 1987, Mike Von Erich left a suicide note for his family, then went to Lewisville Lake, where he drank alcohol and overdosed on the sleeping aid Placidyl. A few days before his death, Mike was arrested after a DUI. His body was found four days later and buried at Grove Hill Memorial Park in Dallas.   On September 12, 1991, at about 9 P.M., Chris Von Erick was found by his brother Kevin and mother outside of their family farm in Edom, suffering from a self-inflicted 9mm gunshot wound to the head. According to Kevin, he discovered Chris sitting alone on top of a hill. Chris reassured him, and after Kevin left, he shot himself in the head. Although Chris was hospitalized at the East Texas Medical Center shortly after 10 P.M., he died 20 minutes after arriving, eighteen days before his 22nd birthday. Toxicology reports also revealed cocaine and valium were in his system at his death. Kevin had talked to Chris earlier that day about 100–150 yards north of their home where an apparent suicide note had been left. After the 1987 suicide of brother Mike, Chris began to experience depression and drug issues. He was also frustrated by his inability to make headway as a wrestler due to his physical build. His interment was located at Grove Hill Memorial Park in Dallas.   On June 4, 1986, Kerry von Erich was in a motorcycle accident that nearly ended his life. He suffered a dislocated hip and a badly injured right leg. Doctors were unable to save his right foot, eventually amputating it. According to his brother Kevin, Kerry injured the foot following surgery by attempting to walk on it prematurely, thus forcing the doctors to amputate it. He continued wrestling after the accident with a prosthesis. He kept the amputation secret to most fans and fellow wrestlers, even going to the extreme of showering with his boots on. His amputation was kept secret from the public until after his death. However, Roddy Piper stated in his autobiography: "We were the best of friends. In fact, he felt comfortable enough to sit with me in a hotel and shoot the breeze with his prosthetic off".   After the amputation of his foot, Kerry became addicted to pain killers, followed by several drug problems. Among the many of them were two arrests, the first of which resulted in probation. Kerry died by suicide with a single gunshot to the heart with a .44 caliber pistol on February 18, 1993, on his father's ranch in Denton County, Texas, just 15 days after his 33rd birthday. His death came just one day after being indicted for the second drug charge, which would have more than likely resulted in extensive jail time (being a violation of his probation),   In his autobiography, "My Real Life in the Cartoon World of Wrestling", Brett "the Hitman" Hart stated that Kerry had told him that he had decided to join his late brothers in heaven and was waiting for God to tell him when. Bret told Kerry that his living daughters would need him more than his late brothers. Kerry mostly convinced Bret that he had changed his mind, but Bret feared that it was only words. Kerry told Bret again in the summer of 1992 that he wanted to follow his three late brothers David, Mike, and Chris and that they were calling him. Kerry's marriage had fallen apart earlier in 1992, and according to Hart, Kerry believed that his death was inevitable.   Fritz lived to the age of 68 and had to bury 5 of his sons.    Kevin Von Erich talks about being the last Von Erich brother left alive in an interview from 1994. He says:   "My brothers and I lived real dangerously.   "We were a really reckless group always showing off for each other – like walking on bridges in Japan and taking every chance we could. We were just young kids. I'm really surprised that I survived…   "We used to have this thing called the 'chance of the day,' where every day we'd take a chance on our lives. Dave was always too smart for that, so he'd just watch. We'd jump on wild bulls' backs, jump on trains going fast. "We'd get on the roof of a car at highway speed. You start thinking nothing can get you, and you're indestructible. That's part of being in sports. We were blessed with good bodies and good balance. We felt like we could do anything, and nothing would hurt us."   He goes on about the pain killers and drugs:            "Mike was into painkillers. All the brothers had painkillers prescribed by doctors. Kerry was the only one who got into illegal drugs [that weren't prescribed].   "Kerry figured he didn't have anything to live for. He was rootless. He had no home. Seeing me with my family made his pain greater. It reminded him of what he was missing. It was such a sad, tragic thing.   "He had his two beautiful daughters and a wife he loved, but then he'd come home, and all his stuff would be moved out. She'd move all his stuff out. Kerry was no saint [but] they both treated each other kind of rough.   "He had pretty much come to an understanding the day he killed himself. He just left having lunch with Kathy, his wife. Kerry was going to jail*, and he was afraid of never seeing his girls again.   "He said, 'Kevin, I'm about to kill myself…'   "We had talked for about an hour. We told some good dirty jokes, we laughed, and he told me, 'I'm going to kill myself.' I thought I had him talked out of it.   "He said, 'I didn't want to be like Mike and not say goodbye.'   "That's when I begged him. I said, 'Don't do this. Don't leave me alone. You're my only brother. Don't leave me.'   "I thought I had talked him out of it.   "Thirty minutes later, they found his body. He must have gone right out and done it.   If you want to talk about tragic wrestler deaths, there you go. We can't even imagine going through something like that. And remember, if you or someone you know are having thoughts of harming yourself or someone else, please reach out to your local mental health professionals. It takes a stronger person to get help than to do something you can't take back.   Those are some of the crazier deaths we found. This list is but a small fraction of the tragic deaths from the world of wrestling. Tons of guys we grew up watching have died recently due to health complications and drug issues. There have been some younger guys that have passed on recently as well. There have been tons of suicides in wrestlers under the age of 50. Also, as we've seen, a pretty good amount of murders. As we stated earlier, we stayed away from many more prominent names, mainly because they were health-related and covered extensively in recent years. Also, we don't want to talk about a guy who decided it was best to end his wife's and son's lives, as well as his own. CTE is a raging bitch. We'd like to hear what you guys think and maybe some crazy ones we've missed since we're not perfect! But before we talk about anything else, I am going to show you wonderful listeners some of my favorite moves in the ring on my boy Logan and check this out on our youtube page! Top wrestling movies   https://www.ranker.com/list/wrestling-movies-list-of-all-wrestling-films/ranker-film

Book Squad Goals
Othersode #62: It Made Me Want to Die / Our Favorite Things of 2021

Book Squad Goals

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 100:52


It's the most wonderful time of the year—time for us to talk about all of our favorite things! Listen to us chat about our pop culture highlights of 2021, and as a special treat, hear from this year's guests too! Then we exchange Secret Santa/non-denominational gifts and tell each other how much we love each other. Read along for our next Bookpisode on January 24th as we discuss My Heart Is a Chainsaw by Stephen Graham Jones. Then get post-apocalyptic with us on February 7th for our next Othersode on the HBO series Station Eleven. Email us at thesquad@booksquadgoals.com with your favorite things of 2021!TOC30-Icebreaker—fave new year's tradition 9:03–ROUND 130:00–Guest faves part 133:00–ROUND 250:45–Guest faves part 254:38–ROUND 31:08:17– Guest faves part 31:11:14–Pressie time1:32:04–Guest faves part 41:34:22–what's on the blog? What's up next?

Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast
Liza Powel O'Brien Revisits Chainsaw Meet-Cute

Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 75:36


Liza Powel O'Brien joins writers Mike Sweeney and Jessie Gaskell to discuss how she met her husband (a certain redheaded talk show host) on a Late Night remote. All it took to bring them together was a man with a chainsaw and Mike Sweeney as her wingman. Plus, Liza reveals her upcoming Team Coco podcast!Got a question for Inside Conan? Call our voicemail: (323) 209-5303 and e-mail us at insideconanpod@gmail.com.You can watch Liza's Late Night debut here on Team Coco's YouTube.

Film Slob
Episode 14: Mandy (with Patrick on Zoom)

Film Slob

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 51:00


Caesar calls Patrick on Zoom to talk about Mandy, defend Nicolas Cage and explain the Stoned Ape Theory. Caesar then mumbles his way through his top five films of the year. Enjoy!

Edit Your Darlings
Episode 28: “A Collaboration” (Feat. Maggie Tokuda-Hall)

Edit Your Darlings

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 36:17


@emteehall on twitter@maggietokudahall on ig and tiktokThe Mermaid, the Witch, and the SeaSquadLove in the Library: https://www.mrsdalloways.com/book/9781536204308prettyokmaggie.comMartha Mahalick, editor at Harper Collins: https://twitter.com/marthamihalickInterview with We Need Diverse Books: https://diversebooks.org/qa-with-maggie-tokuda-hall-the-mermaid-the-witch-and-the-sea/Jon Klassen, I Want My Hat Back: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/11233988-i-want-my-hat-backYas Imamura: https://yasimamura.tumblr.com/Kate DiCamillo: https://www.katedicamillostoriesconnectus.com/Sarah Gailey, Just Like Home: https://www.goodreads.com/en/book/show/57693472Robyn Schneider, The Other Merlin: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/56631877-the-other-merlinRyka Aoki, Light from Uncommon Stars: https://www.goodreads.com/en/book/show/56179360Stephen Graham Jones, My Heart Is a Chainsaw: https://www.goodreads.com/en/book/show/55711617T. Kingfisher: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/7367300.T_KingfisherTananarive Due: https://www.tananarivedue.com/

Reading Glasses
Ep 236 - 2021 in Reading: Mom Books, Audiobooks and Virtual Events

Reading Glasses

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 55:43


Brea and Mallory discuss their 2021 reading lives and talk about book trends they saw this year. Email us at readingglassespodcast at gmail dot com!Reading Glasses MerchRecommendations StoreSponsors -SoylentCODE: GLASSESDipseaBetterHelp Links -Reading Glasses Facebook GroupReading Glasses Goodreads GroupAmazon Wish ListNewsletterLibro.fmSkybraryDaryl the LAPL Librarian Reviews Books Mentioned - Wayward Son by Rainbow RowellThe Corpse Queen by Heather M. HerrmanRemote Control by Nnedi OkoraforMediocre by Ijeoma OluoGoodbye, Again by Jonny SunEat the Rich by Sarah GaileyThe Bluest Eye by Toni MorrisonThe Magic Fish by Trung Le NguyenThe Crown Ain't Worth Much by Hanif AbdurraqibThe Collected Poems of Audre LordeGirly Drinks by Mallory O'MearaRude Talk in Athens by Mark Haskell SmithMy Heart is a Chainsaw by Stephen Graham JonesThis Town Sleeps by Dennis E. StaplesThe Art of Taking it Easy by Dr. Brian KingThe Cabinets of Barnaby Mayne by Elsa Hart 

Book Squad Goals
BSG #62: Misandry: The Episode / Everyone Knows Your Mother's a Witch

Book Squad Goals

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 91:56


Ayla Zuraw-Frieldand joins the squad to discuss Everyone Knows Your Mother is a Witch by Rivka Galchen. The team takes it back to the 1600s to talk about ageism, humor, and history in this quirky standout 2021 novel. Next time, we'll discuss our favorite things of 2021 and exchange presents. On our next bookpisode, we'll discuss My Heart is a Chainsaw by Stephen Graham Jones. TOC:30–Welcome, Ayla! And Icebreakers8:50–Book intro12:00–Galchen's voice and the book's style23:30–Is she actually a witch?28:00–witches are trending40:51–”People don't like an old lady story”53:21–Kelli thought this book would be funny. Is it?1:01:19–Ratings1:08:25–Listener feedback1:24:03–What's on the blog? What's up next?Show links: https://www.vulture.com/article/rivka-galchen-profile.html https://twitter.com/kaylasansk

Talking Scared
72 – State of the Horror Nation II, with Emily Hughes and Sadie Hartmann

Talking Scared

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 113:51


Well, we made it to the end of this nightmare of a year. And though there has been plenty of horrific stuff along the way – war, plague, corruption … literal armed insurrection, at least the fictional horror has been fun. To commemorate a special year in horror, I'm getting the band back together. Sadie  Hartmann, AKA Mother Horror, and Emily Hughes of Tor Nightfire (and various other parishes) join me to talk about the stuff they have loved from the second half** of 2021. **if you missed our coverage of Jan-June, you can find it in episode 46.We pick the books that really stood out for us, plus many more that we enjoyed. We discuss the TV and movies that have shaken and stirred us since July, and we look ahead to the bright (dead)lights of horror to come in the New Year. We also pick apart some thorny issues plaguing the genre, like the ridiculousness of rating books by stars, and my own irritation at everything being compared to Get Out.Each of the books we mention is listed below, including an episode number if it has been previously featured on Talking Scared. Don't look at that yet though; it'll spoil the surprise.Enjoy, and well done for getting through the year. Books pickedMy Heart is a Chainsaw (2021), by Stephen Graham Jones **ep 54Revelator (2021), by Daryl Gregory When Things Get Dark: Stories Inspired by Shirley Jackson (2021), ed. by Ellen Datlow **ep 66Cackle (2021), by Rachel Harrison When the Reckoning Comes (2021), by Latanya McQueenThe Spirit Engineer (2021), by A.J West **ep 71Come With Me (2021), by Ronald Malfi **ep 49The Deer Kings (2021), by Wendy N. Wagner **ep 69Chasing the Boogeyman (2021), by Richard Chizmar **ep 52Coming soonManhunt (Feb 2022), by Gretchen Felker-MartinSuch a Pretty Smile (Jan 2022), by Krist DeMeesterAll the White Spaces (Jan 2022), by Ally WilkesOther books mentionedReprieve (2021), by James Han Mattson Lunar Park (2005), by Bret Easton EllisA Touch of Jen (2021), by Beth MorganFlowers for the Sea (2021) , by Zin E. RocklynNightbitch (2021), by Rachel YoderThe Last House on Needless Street (2021), by Catriona Ward **ep30Certain Dark Things (2021), by Silvia Moreno GarciaNothing But Blackened Teeth (2021), by Cassandra Khaw **ep 61The Death of Jane Lawrence (2021), by Caitlin Starling **ep 60Queen of the Cicadas (2021), by V. Castro ** ep 42The Book of Accidents (2021), by Chuck Wendig **ep 48Rovers (2021), by Richard LangeThe Turnout (2021), by Megan AbbottComfort Me with Apples (2021), by Catherynne M. Valente ** ep 62The Glassy Burning Floor of Hell (2021), by Brian Evenson **ep 51Support Talking Scared on Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/TalkingScaredPod Come talk books on Twitter @talkscaredpod, on Instagram, and TikTok Or email direct to talkingscaredpod@gmail.com  Download Novellic on Google Play or Apple Store.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/talkingscaredpod)

Booklist's Shelf Care
Episode 18: Editors' Choice 2021

Booklist's Shelf Care

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 30:49


In this episode of Shelf Care: The Podcast, Booklist's editors look back on the year in reading and talk about some of their fave titles from the Editors' Choice list, which is the main feature of our January issue. Here's what everyone talked about: Donna Seaman, Editor, Adult Books Chasing Me to My Grave: An Artist's Memoir of the Jim Crow South, by Winfred Rembert and Erin I. Kelly The Sentence, by Louise Erdrich The Book of Form and Emptiness, by Ruth Ozeki Martita, I Remember You, by Sandra Cisneros, translated by Liliana Valenzuela Below the Edge of Darkness: A Memoir of Exploring Light and Life in the Deep Sea, by Edith Widder Finding the Mother Tree: Discovering the Wisdom of the Forest, by Suzanne Simard Sarah Hunter, Editor, Books for Youth and Graphic Novels Himawari House, written by Harmony Becker, art by the author Bubbles…Up, by Jacqueline Davies, illustrated by Sonia Sánchez This Poison Heart, by Kalynn Bayron When We Were Infinite, by Kelly Loy Gilbert Heather Booth, Audio Editor Finnegan's Wake, by James Joyce, read by Barry McGovern and Marcella Riordan Island Queen, by Vanessa Riley, read by Adjoa Andoh My Heart is a Chainsaw, by Stephen Graham Jones, read by Cara Gee Miracle and Wonder: Conversations with Paul Simon, by Malcolm Gladwell and Bruce Headlam, read by Malcolm Gladwell and others A Master of Djinn, by P. Djèlí Clark, read by Suehyla El-Attar The Ex-Talk, by Rachel Lynn Solomon, read by Emily Ellet The Outlaws Scarlett and Browne, by Johnathan Stroud, read by Sophie Aldred Aristotle and Dante Dive into the Waters of the World, by Benjamin Alire Sáenz, read by Lin-Manuel Miranda Kaleidoscope, by Brian Selznick, read by Gwendoline Christie Maggie Reagan, Senior Editor, Books for Youth Cool for the Summer, by Dahlia Adler Instructions for Dancing, by Nicola Yoon Little Thieves, by Margaret Owen Susan Maguire, Senior Editor, Collection Management and Library Outreach A Thorn in the Saddle, by Rebekah Weatherspoon Blind Tiger, by Sandra Brown Light from Uncommon Stars, by Ryka Aoki Julia Smith, Senior Editor, Books for Youth The List of Unspeakable Fears, by J. Kasper Kramer Salt Magic, written by Hope Larson, illustrated by Rebecca Mock The Secret of the Magic Pearl, by Elisa Sabatinelli, illustrated by Iacopo Bruno, translated by Christopher Turner Annie Bostrom, Associate Editor, Adult Books And Now I Spill the Family Secrets, written by Margaret Kimball, art by the author Matrix, by Lauren Groff

Seeking Human Victims Podcast
SHV Christmas Special - Silent Night Deadly Night 2 (1987)

Seeking Human Victims Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2021


 The annual Seeking Human Victims Christmas special has returned continuing our Silent Night Deadly Night tradition started last year and it's garbage day! Join the SHV crew as we have way too much fun talking about what is basically half a movie, in Silent Night Deadly Night 2. Plus musical guest Fernwah courtesy of HorrorPainGoreDeath.com with their song "Leaking Out". 

FOREVER MIDNIGHT
Ep-204: Midnight Ramblers 2: The Buzz is Back.

FOREVER MIDNIGHT

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 49:12


Just in time to fill your stockings with “Hot Content”, the FM crew is back ramblin' again. This time around there has been a lot of “Buzz” about the new Texas Chainsaw Reboot and the upcoming Texas Chainsaw video game. So in true Forever Midnight fashion, a brief discussion became and episode. Join the fun as Brian gets on his Chainsaw Massacre soap box, Old man Staples explains why things were better way back when, and poor Jef just tries to make sure Brian doesn't have a brain aneurysm and Josh doesn't break a hip.          ReplyForward

Geek WRLD Podcast
Jump Festa 2022 Announcements thoughts and info : Bleach, New Dragon Ball movie, Chainsaw man anime

Geek WRLD Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2021 10:51


This episode I'm talking about all the dope anime that was announced that's coming 2022 giving my thoughts and info Bleach thousand year blood war arc , Dragon Ball Super: Superhero and the a long waited Chainsaw man --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/professional-smartass/support

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Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 8:05


Movie About Girls Classic
#66 Chainsaw Cheerleaders / The Monster and the Stripper! [May 8, 2010]

Movie About Girls Classic

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 292:52


Compañeros Radio Network proudly presents episode 66 of Movies About Girls. This episode was originally released on May 8, 2010. "It's here! The First annual Slamcast! Plus - Chainsaws, cheerleaders, monsters and strippers!" Please support the Compañeros Radio Network Patreon, if you can! Check out the other Compañeros Radio Network shows: Movie Melt Songs on Trial Get Soft with Dr Snuggles Heavy Leather Horror Show Ballbusters In Search of the Perfect Podcast

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Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 4:45


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Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 4:20


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Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 3:51


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Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 3:53


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Boyer vs Chainsaw, A Fry Debate, & Strange Christmas Traditions!

DSC On Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2021 143:20


The DSC Show for Friday 12/10/21: Today Boyer and Chainsaw faced off in the $5 quiz playoffs, we got into a debate about what to dip french fries in, and we heard about some strange Christmas traditions.

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Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2021 6:38


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Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2021 3:36


The Maris Review
Episode 133: Stephen Graham Jones

The Maris Review

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2021 30:58


Stephen Graham Jones is the New York Times bestselling author of The Only Good Indians. He has been an NEA fellowship recipient and been recipient of several awards including: the Ray Bradbury Award from the Los Angeles Times, the Bram Stoker Award, and the Shirley Jackson Award. His latest novel is called My Heart Is a Chainsaw. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 5:55


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Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 4:15


Book Club for Masochists: a Readers’ Advisory Podcast

This episode we're talking about Thrillers! We discuss what makes a thriller thrilling, characters running around, helicopters, cozy thrillers, non-thrilling thrillers, and more! You can download the podcast directly, find it on Libsyn, or get it through Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Spotify, or your favourite podcast delivery system. In this episode Anna Ferri | Meghan Whyte | Matthew Murray | RJ Edwards Things We Read (or tried to…) The Red Eagles by David Downing The Woman in the Purple Skirt by Natsuko Imamura, translated by Lucy North Dark Matter by Blake Crouch  The Blinds by Adam Sternbergh While Justice Sleeps by Stacey Abrams The Rook by Daniel O'Malley Rabbits by Terry Miles Leave the World Behind by Rumaan Alam Books Meghan read and didn't talk about In the Company of Killers by Bryan Christy Contagion by Robin Cook Five Total Strangers by Natalie D. Richards Flowers of Darkness by Tatiana de Rosnay Pandemic by Robin Cook Vortex by Catherine Coulter Other Media We Mentioned Michael Jackson - Thriller (YouTube) The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo by Stieg Larsson, translated by Reg Keeland Airframe by Michael Crichton Museum, vol. 1 by Ryosuke Tomoe The 13th Warrior by Michael Crichton (originally titled Eaters of the Dead) The 13th Warrior (movie) (Wikipedia) Jack Reacher Series by Lee Child The Shining by Stephen King Paperbacks from Hell: The Twisted History of '70s and '80s Horror Fiction by Grady Hendrix and Will Errickson Night of the Crabs by Guy N. Smith Strangers on a Train by Patricia Highsmith Animal Crossing: New Horizons (Wikipedia) Links, Articles, and Things Are Thrillers All the Same? | #BookBreak (YouTube) Episode 078 - Supernatural Thrillers Episode 065 - Political Thrillers Episode 033 - Legal Thrillers Episode 004 - Psychological Thrillers Writing 101: What Is the Thriller Genre? Definitions and Examples of Thriller in Literature Chekhov's gun (Wikipedia) Crucibles Matthew was mixing up The Crucible (the play about the Salem witch trials), with crucifixes and câlice (chalice) a Quebecois swear word Liberty Hardy at Book Riot Redshirt (stock character) (Wikipedia) Episode 134 - Piranesi by Susanna Clarke 20 Thriller Books by BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, & People of Colour) Authors Every month Book Club for Masochists: A Readers' Advisory Podcasts chooses a genre at random and we read and discuss books from that genre. We also put together book lists for each episode/genre that feature works by BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, & People of Colour) authors. All of the lists can be found here. The Secret History of Las Vegas by Chris Abani Her Name Is Knight by Yasmin Angoe When No One is Watching by Alyssa Cole Bone Black by Carol Rose GoldenEagle They All Fall Down by Rachel Howzell Hall The Other Black Girl by Zakiya Dalila Harris IQ by Joe Ide My Heart Is a Chainsaw by Stephen Graham Jones No Going Back by Sheena Kamal Lightseekers by Femi Kayode The Plotters by Kim Un-su, translated by Sora Kim-Russell Black Water Rising by Attica Locke Out by Natsuo Kirino, translated by Stephen Snyder A Burning by Megha Majumdar The Hatak Witches by Devon Mihesuah Velvet Was the Night by Silvia Moreno-Garcia Down the River Unto the Sea by Walter Mosley The Hole by Pyun Hye-Young, translated by Sora Kim-Russell Girl Gone Missing by Marcie R. Rendon The Secret Talker by Geling Yan Give us feedback! Fill out the form to ask for a recommendation or suggest a genre or title for us to read! Check out our Tumblr, follow us on Twitter or Instagram, join our Facebook Group, or send us an email! Join us again on Tuesday, December 21st when we'll be talking about our favourite books of 2021! Then on Tuesday, January 4th we'll be discussing the genre of Architecture!

Habitat University
Episode 13 - Holiday Habitat Wishlist

Habitat University

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 33:32


Not sure what to get the habitat manager on your list this holiday season? Have no fear! In this episode, Adam and Jarred chat about what's on their holiday habitat wishlist. Take a listen and you are sure to find the perfect gift idea. You will also get a sneak peek about what's coming up on Habitat University in 2022. You can find Adam and Jarred's wishlist below along with some helpful links. Adam's WIshlist Native Plants - https://www.nwf.org/Garden-for-Wildlife/about/native-plants Field Guide (Adam's Favorite) - https://www.littlebrown.com/titles/lawrence-newcomb/newcombs-wildflower-guide/9780316604420/ Woodworking for wildlife - https://naturalresources.extension.iastate.edu/wildlife/woodworking-wildlife Cellular Trail Camera - https://www.trailcampro.com/collections/cellular-trail-cameras Good Books (Adam's recommendation) - https://milkweed.org/book/braiding-sweetgrass   Jarred's Wishlist Drone or UAV - https://extension.purdue.edu/uav/natural-resources/ Invasive control tools (Backpack sprayer or pulling tool) - https://www.entm.purdue.edu/iisc/pdf/ABH_Tool_Info.pdf Gift certificate or registering for an in-person or online wildlife/habitat management course - https://www.deerassociation.com/steward/ Chainsaw or Prescribed Fire PPE - https://secure.caes.uga.edu/extension/publications/files/pdf/C%201148_1.PDF https://research.cnr.ncsu.edu/blogs/southeast-fire-update/2019/09/09/ppe-for-landowners-practical-clothing-options/ Drip torch - https://www.forestry-suppliers.com/product_pages/products.php?mi=15801&itemnum=85022   Disclaimer Reference to any specific commercial product, process, or service, or the use of any trade, firm, or corporation name is for general informational purposes only and does not constitute an endorsement, recommendation, or certification of any kind by Purdue Extension. Persons using such products assume responsibility for their use in accordance with current directions of the manufacturer.

World's a Mess
#198 Orange County Chain Saw Massacre

World's a Mess

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 63:24


EPISODE #198-- Remember this show? We do. Now. Today on the show, Alex and James rap about art being banned form the Internet, the hippo take over of South America, and a Nazi weirdo being brought to justice. All this, plus we talk about our favorite 90's movie about teachers either killing kids or kids killing their teachers. Plus, theories about Ben Garrison, Rob Liefeld, and the Scream guy. Support our show at Patreon.com/quality! Follow James on twitter @kislingtwits and Alex @giraffetermath. Follow us on tumblr at https://worldsamess.tumblr.com/. Donate directly to James at Ko-fi.com/T6T16E5D. Thanks to Sef Joosten for our show art (http://spexdoodles.tumblr.com). Our theme music is "The World's a Mess" by X. Outro is "Rain On Snow (feat. Inspectah Deck, Ghostface Killah & Raekwon)" by DJ Shadow. Our sources are Vice, Gizmodo, Forbes, and Reuters.

I'm sure they're doing their best
125 - I'm sure the P stands for properties

I'm sure they're doing their best

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 61:45


Drew's Apple Music is haunted. The boys talk about DEATHLOOP, and Drew is trying out VR again. Paul explains the way he's using Spotify with his HomePods mini, and Spotify Wrapped is discussed. Drew buys a chainsaw! Recorded 12/4/2021 Show Links: Apple Music P-list files DEATHLOOP Dishonered Thief Oculus Quest 2 Boneworks Robo Recall Paul's iPad Stand Car Thing King Woman - Celestial Blues Drew's Chainsaw

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Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 6:31


Popcorn For Dinner
#122 - "A Merry Friggin' Christmas" -or- They're Gonna Chainsaw Santa

Popcorn For Dinner

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2021 49:26


It's December again, so we're in for another round of Holiday Movies on Popcorn for Dinner. We start Holiday Month 2021 with "A Merry Friggin' Christmas".

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Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 4:43


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Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 3:30


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Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 4:55


Seeking Human Victims Podcast
SHV - Bonus Episode - Teen Wolf (1985)

Seeking Human Victims Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021


We're back with another Patron sponsored bonus episode! This week we stay in the realm of Wolf-A-Mania but leave the realm of horror entirely as we cover Michael J Fox in 198's Teen Wolf. Plus musical guest Cemetarian courtesy of HorrorPainGoreDeath.com

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Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 4:42


Mostly Security
207: Leave The Audio Running

Mostly Security

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 42:41


Eric and Jon share thoughts on Wheel of Time, Dune and other media. Eric goes to grandma's house and Jon goes camping for Thanksgiving. A Zelle Scam, a GoDaddy WordPress breach and an NPM Flaw. Eric shares a little family history and Jon chats about Chainsaw (but not that kind of chainsaw). Then things get a little loopy while discussing Right Whales. 0:00 - Intro 13:14 - Zelle Scam 20:32 - GoDaddy Data Breach 24:41 - NPM Flaw 30:29 - The Peach City 34:15 - Chainsaw 37:33 - Right Whales 40:40 - Tahora Tracker

TACT Lab
EP 88 A Very Cartel Thanksgiving

TACT Lab

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 81:06


Today in the lab we celebrate Thanksgiving with some unlikely videos. Come chainsaw your "Turkey" with us in this graphic and fun filled episode. Happy Thanksgiving everyone. Full episode with video on YouTube!!! https://linktr.ee/TactLabThis is TACT Lab, a podcast where nothing is off limits. Join four guys as they talk about the greatest accomplishments and problems in life. Hosted by Tyler, Alex, Chris, and Thomas. Check us out on all social media by searching TACT Lab or click the link above. New episodes every Wednesday. Help Support us at our Patreon. Like, follow, comment and let us know how we are doing!

Wheeling Wine And Whiskey
Ep. 132: Chasing Trees with a Chainsaw!

Wheeling Wine And Whiskey

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 60:51


WWW goes remote around the campfire for some cold mountain camping therapy. A report on the return trip to the Highway 4 Adopt-A-Trail area for some redemption on the fallen trees. A few hearty souls braved the cool late fall sierra nevada weather to finish clearing the trees off of …

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Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 4:26


Let's Talk About Stuff!
222. Avocado Chainsaw Trap - ‘All At Once' by THE AIRBORNE TOXIC EVENT

Let's Talk About Stuff!

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 148:44


Join us as we discuss Steven's favorite band The Airborne Toxic Event's sophomore album All At Once, celebrating its ten-year anniversary (33:34)! We also talk about these nice things: Wolf Alice - "Don't Delete the Kisses”, Knock Knock (2015 film), Catching Killers (Netflix series), and Night Teeth (Netflix film). Email: LetsTalkAboutStuffPodcast@gmail.com Follow us on Twitter & Instagram: @LTASpod Follow Steven on Twitter & Letterboxd: @stevenfisher22 Follow Brent on Twitter & Instagram: @BrentHibbard Please rate & review us! (5-stars is appreciated!) THIS IS WHO I AM AS A PUPPET.

MOVING THE NEEDLE : The Andrew Neethling Podcast
#49. LONG LIVE CHAINSAW: Stevie Smith Documentary Film

MOVING THE NEEDLE : The Andrew Neethling Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 45:43


Long Live Chainsaw is a documentary on the life and legacy of Canadian downhill rider Stevie Smith. Darcy Wittenberg from Anthill Films joins the show to discuss all things about the film and Stevie. We get some amazing insights and inside stories of Stevie's life, upbringing, and what it's like to make a film like this.  This is a MUST watch for anyone that wants to be inspired.    Find out all you need to know:  LONG LIVE CHAINSAW Also the Stevie Smith Legacy Foundation   

Seeking Human Victims Podcast
SHV - Bonus Episode - Cursed (2004)

Seeking Human Victims Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021


 Its our newest bonus episode on 2004's Cursed. This could fit in either the Wes Craven "Terror Timeline" Season or the "Wolfamania" Season of the show., We look at Craven and Kevin Williamson's reunion for their ill fated werewolf deconstruction. Get all the dirt on the absolute trainwreck that lead to the final product. Plus musical guest "Dead War" courtesy of HorrorPainGoreDeath.com

Don't Tell My Mother! with Nikki Levy
Comedian Liz Miele Lied About the Chainsaw

Don't Tell My Mother! with Nikki Levy

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 30:52


Comedian, author, and cat enthusiast Liz Miele (NPR's Wait Wait...Don't Tell Me!) gives Nikki crucial cat advice that helps save her marriage (kinda really). Keep listening cause Liz tells a great story about a lie that almost cost someone their job. She's carried the guilt all these years (Italian guilt is REAL), and finally comes clean to her mother! Check out Liz's book "Why Cats are Assholes" out now - it may save your relationship, too. P.S. They ARE assholes - it's not in your head.Follow us on Instagram @DontTellMyMother and follow Nikki directly @NikkiLevy.Please give us a 5-star rating and a review and tell two friends about the podcast. It really helps us get the word out! We love you, fam. Thanks for being you. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Books and the City
The Storygraph Campaign

Books and the City

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 51:15


We're joined by everyone's favorite guest host, Nicole, and we're kicking things off with a little reading goal check in. Then before we talk about books, we're talking about books (some more) with the ones that are currently living on our nightstands. Spoiler: we all organize these piles a bit different, so that's fun. Thanks so much for tuning in! You can grab your (discounted) BATC merch here: https://www.booksandthecitypod.com/merch. Browse and shop all the books we've discussed on this episode and past episodes at https://www.bookshop.org/shop/booksandthecity. Subscribe to our newsletter on our website, and send us an email at booksandthecitypod@gmail.com-------------> Becky just read: The Wicked Deep by Shea Ernshaw (12:01-20:09) https://www.simonandschuster.com/books/The-Wicked-Deep/Shea-Ernshaw/9781481497350 On Becky's TBR: The Godmothers by Camille Aubray Libby just read: Pet Sematary by Stephen King (20:10-32:50) https://www.simonandschuster.com/books/Pet-Sematary/Stephen-King/9781982115982 On Libby's TBR: My Heart Is a Chainsaw by Stephen Graham Jones Emily just read: A Touch of Darkness by Scarlett St. James (32:51-42:39) https://www.bloombooks.com/a-touch-of-darkness.html On Emily's TBR: Wolf Hall by Hilary Mantel Guest host Nicole just read: Pachinko by Min Jin Lee (42:40-48:55) https://www.grandcentralpublishing.com/titles/min-jin-lee/pachinko-national-book-award-finalist/9781455563937/ On Nicole's TBR: The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandre Dumas Music by EpidemicSound, logo art by @niczollos, all opinions are our own.

q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
[Full episode] Kristen Stewart, Jael Richardson, Femi Kuti, Floyd Kane

q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 59:05


Kristen Stewart talks about tackling the "scary and ambitious" role of Princess Diana in the new biopic Spencer, which is garnering her rave reviews. Our books columnist Jael Richardson fills us in on a new book to check out: My Heart Is a Chainsaw by Stephen Graham Jones. Musician Femi Kuti talks about the police brutality his father Fela Kuti faced for releasing music that challenged Nigeria's military regime. Diggstown creator Floyd Kane discusses Season 3 of the CBC legal drama and how birth alerts fit into the storyline.

Distorted View Daily
Christian Chainsaw Castration Massacre

Distorted View Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 51:44


On Today’s Show: Introduction 0:00.000 DJ Khaled Playing A Guitar, Kind Of 7:26.545 Livestreamers Schtick Is Going Around Macing People 10:04.568 Anime Dork Loses Waifu Pillow Girlfriend 16:59.732 Tosser Tim Beating Off On Another Online Photo 19:13.587 Sign Up For The Sidesow Today! 24:39.048 Fury Over Funeral Home Haunted House 27:18.200 Lightly Seasoned Fried Chicken […]

Stuff To Blow Your Mind
The Invention of the Chainsaw, Part 2

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 56:02


In today's invention-themed episode of Stuff to Blow Your Mind, Robert and Joe discuss an important piece of cutting technology. Plus, during the Halloween season, masked brutes will chase you around your local haunted attraction with one of these if you buy a ticket. Yes, it's time to discuss the chainsaw. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Stuff To Blow Your Mind
The Invention of the Chainsaw, Part 1

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 58:01


In today's invention-themed episode of Stuff to Blow Your Mind, Robert and Joe discuss an important piece of cutting technology. Plus, during the Halloween season, masked brutes will chase you around your local haunted attraction with one of these if you buy a ticket. Yes, it's time to discuss the chainsaw. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com