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The Princess Bride movie review has the Salty Nerds declaring Wuv, Twoo Wuv for this classic movie. A story about adventure, intrigue, and romance, The Princess Bride is probably one of the most quotable movies ever made. Based on William Goldman's novel and directed by Rob Reiner, the movie is about a poor farm boy who becomes a legendary pirate in order to win the hand of his true love, who also happens to be betrothed to an evil Prince who wants to kill her in order to start a war. Now, the farm boy must team up with a Spanish duelist and a giant in order to save her - all while skipping the "kissing stuff." Starring Cary Elwes, Mandy Patinkin, Robin Wright, Christopher Guest, Fred Savage, Peter Falk, and Andre the Giant, this fantastical story is considered to be one of the greatest movies ever made (at least according to the Salty Nerds). If you love this fantasy movie as much as the Nerds do, you're not going to want to miss this review. Did you love the Princess Bride? Do you find it inconceivable that anyone could hate it? Anyone want a peanut? Let us know in Discord community here: http://www.saltynerddiscord.com And if you like our content and want to support the show, sign up for our members area to get access to a huge back catalog of hilarious content here: ▷ SUPPORT THE SHOW: http://www.saltynerdclub.com/ By becoming a Patron of the Salty Nerd Podcast you help us to create great content AND get awesome perks! Check out our Patreon page through the link above for more detail. Thank you! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/saltynerd/support
On Today's Quiz Podcast Episode Time for 20 new questions on this trivia podcast! What was the first name of singer/songwriter "Prince"? Which sign of the zodiac contains both a spanish verb and its English translation? David Ben-Gurion became the first Prime Minister in 1948 of which country? Which 1937 novel features ranch workers George and Lennie? In which movie did all three of the following actors appear? Cuba Gooding Jr, Christopher Guest, Kiefer Sutherland. After how many years of marriage would a couple celebrate their pearl wedding anniversary? What Mediterranean island was central to the First Punic War? A poult is the name for a baby what? In which constellation is the red giant Aldebaran? Mahershala Ali is sleighted to takeover which role that was originally played in a trilogy by Wesley Snipes? If you liked this episode, check out our last trivia episode! Music Hot Swing, Fast Talkin, Bass Walker, Dances and Dames by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Don't forget to follow us on social media for more trivia: Patreon - patreon.com/quizbang - Please consider supporting us on Patreon. Check out our fun extras for patrons and help us keep this podcast going. We appreciate any level of support! Website - quizbangpod.com Check out our website, it will have all the links for social media that you need and while you're there, why not go to the contact us page and submit a question! Facebook - @quizbangpodcast - we post episode links and silly lego pictures to go with our trivia questions. Enjoy the silly picture and give your best guess, we will respond to your answer the next day to give everyone a chance to guess. Instagram - Quiz Quiz Bang Bang (quizquizbangbang), we post silly lego pictures to go with our trivia questions. Enjoy the silly picture and give your best guess, we will respond to your answer the next day to give everyone a chance to guess. Twitter - @quizbangpod We want to start a fun community for our fellow trivia lovers. If you hear/think of a fun or challenging trivia question, post it to our twitter feed and we will repost it so everyone can take a stab it. Come for the trivia - stay for the trivia. Ko-Fi - ko-fi.com/quizbangpod - Keep that sweet caffeine running through our body with a Ko-Fi, power us through a late night of fact checking and editing!
We're reaching back six years to repeat a great conversation with Ed Begley, Jr., one of the most familiar faces in television and movies. He has great stories to match his incredible career, from Best in Show to Ghostbusters and beyond. He tells Leonard and Jessie how he came to be directed by Jack Nicholson, and reveals how Christopher Guest steers his actors through their improvised comedy scenes. This episode was recorded before our prolific guest joined the cast of Better Call Saul and Young Sheldon.
Scotch Beck takes the wheel of this tractor which just happens to be plowing the fields and planting seed on a certain farm. Which farm? Well, check out This Is Spinal Tap for your answer (hint: it's a very naughty farm!). The BVK crew grabbed our instruments, packed our armadillos into our trousers, and gave more than just a two-word review of this Christopher Guest classic. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
This week on the OETA Movie Club Podcast we discuss "A Mighty Wind". This film is a 2003 American mockumentary comedy film about a folk music reunion concert in which three folk bands reunite for a television performance for the first time in decades. The film was co-written, directed, and composed by Christopher Guest and stars Eugene Levy, Catherine O'Hara, Michael McKean, Harry Shearer and many more!Listen now wherever you get your podcasts and tune in to "A Mighty Wind " on Saturday, September 10, 2022 at 9 pm on OETA.
Oh, a mighty wind's a blowing and it's probably Amanda and Wade talking about this week's movie, A Mighty Wind! This underrated Christopher Guest movie sparks many a conversation between the two hosts, but most of them revolve around the loveliness and brilliance of the inimitable Catherine O'Hara and Eugene Levy as Mitch and Mickey. There are so many incredible performances in this film, but if you are a fan of those two and haven't seen this movie, you must watch it. You simply must. That is all. Credits: Don't Worry B Movies https://www.instagram.com/dontworrybmovies/ Logo – John Capezzuto https://www.creativecap.net/ Intro and Outro Music – Andrew Wolfe of Darling Overdrive https://www.instagram.com/darlingoverdrive/?hl=en Additional Music: "Hustle" by Kevin MacLeod (www.incompetech.com) "Feel The Glow" by www.Audiorezout.bandcamp.com "Tumult" by www.Kai-Engel.com
Get more at podsematary.com! Read our afterthoughts for this episode at https://twitter.com/PodSematary/status/1566193505340313600 It's Birthday Rituals Week on Pod Sematary! Chris & Kelsey watch some birthday-themed horror centered around sinister rituals for Chris' special day! The Classic Film: Alison's Birthday (1981) "A young girl is subjected to a reign of terror so that her soul can be transferred to the body of an old crone” (IMDb.com). Alison's Birthday is an Australian mash-up of concepts from other, better movies, but don't miss the charming forest for the trees. The Modern Film: Book of Monsters (2018) "Sophie's 18th birthday becomes a bloodbath when monsters descend upon her house and start to devour the party guests” (Epic Pictures). Book of Monsters is a Kickstarter flick full of nods to horror cliché, but—unlike Alison's Birthday—with none of the charm. Audio Sources: "Alison's Birthday" produced by The Australian Film Commission, et al. "Birthday" written by Lennon–McCartney and performed by The Beatles "Book of Monsters" produced by Dark Rift Films "The Fifth Element" produced by Gaumont & Pinewood Studios "Judge Reinhold/10,000 Maniacs" (Saturday Night Live S13E13) produced by Broadway Video & NBC Productions "Mad Max" (1979) produced by Kennedy Miller Productions & Mad Max Films "Math and King Solomon" (from The Top Part) written and performed by John Mulaney "Rosemary's Baby" (1968) produced by William Castle Productions "Skorpio" (Archer S01E06) produced by Radical Axis "Stonehenge" written by Christopher Guest, et al., and performed by Spinal Tap
The Princess Bride is a 1987 American fantasy adventure comedy film directed and co-produced by Rob Reiner and starring Cary Elwes, Robin Wright, Mandy Patinkin, Chris Sarandon, Wallace Shawn, André the Giant, and Christopher Guest. Adapted by William Goldman from his 1973 novel of the same name, it tells the story of a farmhand named Westley, accompanied by companions befriended along the way, who must rescue his true love Princess Buttercup from the odious Prince Humperdinck. The film preserves the novel's metafictional narrative style by presenting the story as a book being read by a grandfather (Peter Falk) to his sick grandson (Fred Savage).
Hey Friends,"Everybody dance!"Friend of the show, Christa Brook swung by again, and this time brings us a trip of a movie in Christopher Guest's 1997 "Waiting For Guffman". Does Guffman ever show up? Some stay this insane cast of icons are still waiting to this day! Released:January 31, 1997Featuring: Bob Rudenborg, Jon MarekSpecial Guest: Christa BrookEditing: Jon MarekTheme: Brian Adams-Find Us Across the Web: https://www.thebutchandthebi.com/Jon's Links: https://linktr.ee/jonklobsterBob's Links: https://linktr.ee/asmallfrogart
What will my funny friends and I be discussing on today's episode? Well, I think you know it's gonna be sketch comedy! But wait! There's so much more... We start off talking about the first film Jyna Johnson wrote, directed and produced, "The Doctor Will See You Shortly", and then we move on to Country Music, the 1970's TV show, "SCTV" and Christopher Guest movies. We had a blast making this and we hope you enjoy listening. Part 3 comes out next week, stay tuned for more silliness! Enjoy! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
We apologize if this episode isn't quite your tempo... but it should be! Because we have two awesome movies to talk about today on Movies for Life, all about musicians and somewhat "explosive" drummers. First we worry about whether we're rushing or dragging in talking about the anxiety-inducing stress-fest that is 2014's WHIPLASH! We discuss the brilliant and enigmatic performance of JK Simmons; the pressure and struggle of wanting to be great and still have a happy life; and just the overall exceptional way this story is told. Then we switch gears almost completely and spend the next hour laughing our way through Rob Reiner's classic rock mockumentary, THIS IS SPINAL TAP from 1984! You know the lines and the jokes, and yes, pretty much all of them are repeated here in this episode, but that's the true joy of a movie like this. Brian talks about the reality of many of the situations portrayed in the movie, and we give high praise to the standout performances of Christopher Guest and Michael McKean (even though everyone kills it in this movie!). So enough of our yakking, get to listening to this episode! Follow the hosts and show on Twitter: Movies For Life podcast: @MovieLifePod Brian Keiper: @brianwaves42 Michele Eggen: @micheleneggen
Baz Luhrmann's oeuvre. Sarah Watt, Jeremy Downing and William Chen discuss the most recent Luhrmann film Elvis (2022) and his first film Strictly Ballroom (1992). We begin by discussing Baz's visual style, especially his use of computer generated images. We move into a discussion of Elvis and how successful we each feel the film was. We move into a conversation of Strictly Ballroom, with William watching it for the first time, Sarah for the second time and Jeremy for the... countless next time. We refer to Romeo + Juliet (1996), Moulin Rouge! (2001), Australia (2008), The Great Gatsby (2013) and The Get Down (2016). We also connect Strictly Ballroom to Christopher Guest films, like Waiting For Guffman (1996), and Australian classics Muriel's Wedding (1994), The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert (1994). We discuss the nostalgia that both Elvis and Strictly Ballroom evokes. We connect to Sam Neill's concept of the Cinema of the Unease and consider how such a reading of New Zealand film might connect to Australian cinema of the same time. We further connect the film to Cosi (1996), Quills (2000) and Lantana (2001).
This week, we pull into Port Manteau, where the answer to every trivia question is a portmanteau! We also put together discussions of funny movies, African history, and some books you probably remember from when you were a kid!2:57: Q1 (Movies & TV): What portmanteau word most readily describes the films of writer-director-actor Christopher Guest?9:32: Q2 (Times & Places): What present day country's name is a portmanteau of the two formerly independent nations – one an island chain off the other's eastern coast – that combined to form it in 1964?15:55: Q3 (Music): What music term is portmanteau of Japanese words meaning “empty” and “orchestra”?23:46: Q4 (Sports & Games): What portmanteau refers to a large, international, multi-sport event for athletes with physical impairments?30:43: Q5 (Everything Else): What seven-letter term for a specific type of vehicle is a portmanteau of a German word meaning “charge counter” and a French-derived word for a horse-drawn carriage?36:53: Q6 (Arts & Literature): What series of young adult books by Katherine Applegate is named after an in-universe portmanteau created by Marco to refer to the titular group of teenage, shape-shifting alien-fighters?Theme music: "Thinking it Over" by Lee Rosevere, licensed under CC BY 2.0E-Mail: email@example.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/quizandhers/Twitter: https://twitter.com/quizandhersInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/quizandhers/Retro Late Fee Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/retro-late-fee/id1459736089
Jennifer Coolidge has a career full of memorable roles, from the “American Pie” franchise to the “Legally Blonde” series and the mock documentaries of Christopher Guest. But it wasn't until her role in HBO's hit “The White Lotus” that she finally earned critical respect. Today, Coolidge talks about her life and career — and what's next. Read the full transcript here.Hosts: Mark Olsen and Yvonne VillarrealGuests: Jennifer CoolidgeMore reading:Column: Jennifer Coolidge has been a big deal for years; with an Emmy nod, she's starting to believe itJennifer Coolidge gets vulnerableJennifer Coolidge dreamed of being a dramatic actor. ‘White Lotus' was her chance e-envelope-podcast
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. ▶️
It's John's 50th birthday, so John and Darin are watching one of the greatest rockumentaries of all time, 1984's This Is Spinal Tap! Bask in the comedic glory that is Rob Reiner, Michael McKean, Christopher Guest, and Harry Shearer with armadillos in their trousers! Stonehenge! Big Bottoms! Going to 11! News about the upcoming sequel! It's all here in an All-New SNL Nerds!
Welcome back to Saturday Night Jive. This week we're talking Death Wish from 1974 starring Charles Bronson and a young Christopher Guest (who was a cast member on SNL, look it up). This is a different type of movie than we normally cover, we usually don't deal with as many graphic rape scenes. So, this isn't the usual comedy cavalcade we routinely bring you, instead it's a dissection of a film that spawned violent sequels and real acts of violence. Should it still be watched in modern society? How do different people interpret the message? These questions and more on this week's episode. But don't worry, next week we'll be watching a Jay Leno / Pat Morita action comedy so we're not retooling the podcast. Enjoy!Full archive of all podcast episodes available at saturdaynightjive.blogspot.comEmail us anything at firstname.lastname@example.orgDownload Here
You will dig this episode if you:know anything about the heyday of music videosknow nothing about music videos, periodwant to be successful in businesswant to be successful as an individualhave an oral fixationCEO/Executive Producer/Photographer/Entrepreneur Gary Rose is Hersh's guest on the podcast, and today the guys chart Gary's path from broadcasting to producing music videos, and then producing over two thousand commercials (working with directors like Todd Phillips and Christopher Guest) including work for both the Super Bowl and the Academy Awards, through the successful launch in 2021 of KICSTICK, a licorice root product that became an oral substitute when Gary kicked his lifelong nicotine habit. He's now writing a movie dealing with teens and the current fentanyl crisis. It's all about balance: Gary has worked with the world's biggest advertisers - ATT, Coke, BMW, Budweiser, General Motors, Levi's, Mercedes, Microsoft, Nissan, and Pepsi, among them - and photographed the Mud People of the Papua New Guinea Highlands. He served as President of the AICP/West Board of Directors, becoming a founding trustee member of the Producers Health and Benefit plan, producing hundreds of hours of content and winning the Cannes Lion Grand Prix, among many other awards - and been on Safari in Africa, gotten up close and personal with the dragons of the Komodo Islands, photographed Great White sharks in the Isle of Guadalupe, and snapped a tortoise in the Galapagos named Lonely George (the last of his species). He dove over 150 feet into the Blue Hole in Belize, and emerged as an entrepreneur, trading cigarettes for refined 100% natural nicotine-free licorice root. Key Takeaways:Be curious. Love learning. Repeat. Licorice - and good things will followPlease help preserve sharks and the world's oceanshttps://www.kicstick.com/
Ready to explore early 80s Saturday Night Live? Recruited from the Practical Theater alongside Julia Louis-Dreyfus Gary Kroeger's life changed when tapped to join the cast of Saturday Night Live. Celebrate my 150th episode with Saturday Night Live's Gary Kroeger! My guest, Gary Kroeger and I discuss: Saturday Night Live in the 80s Archie: To Riverdale and Back - Gary was the first live-action Reggie! Witnessing the career explosion of Eddie Murphy Practical Theater Company - being discovered with Brad Hall and Julia Louis-Dreyfus The hiring process at Saturday Night Live / trying to fit in The brilliance of Joe Piscopo Harry Anderson Andy Kauffman being banned from SNL Developing impressions Working with Jim Belushi His favorite guest (Ringo Starr) An amazing Robert Blake story Working with Billy Crystal, Christopher Guest, and Martin Short You're going to love my conversation with Gary Kroeger! Our Guest, Gary Kroeger IMDB Gary Has Issues Blog The Gary & Kenny Show (podcast) Hashtag Fun: Jeff dives into recent trends and reads some of his favorite tweets from trending hashtags. The hashtag featured in this episode is #SNLbands from @Musicalhashtags. Tweets featured on the show are retweeted at @JeffDwoskinShow Follow Hashtag Roundup to tweet along with fun hashtags daily! Follow @HashtagRoundup on Twitter! Download the Hashtag Roundup app Follow Jeff Dwoskin: Jeff Dwoskin on Twitter The Jeff Dwoskin Show podcast on Twitter Podcast website Podcast on Instagram Yes, the show used to be called Live from Detroit: The Jeff Dwoskin Show Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Hey hot children in the city! We're back for a surprise July episode with actor Suzy Nakamura. You Might Know Her From Dead to Me, Avenue 5, Dr. Ken, Dead to Me, Snowfall, Afternoon Delight, Funny People, Strawberry Fields, and the new Broadway show, POTUS. We had our first in-person interview since March 2020 with Suzy right before a performance of her new Broadway farce where she's playing, wait for it, gay. Hoorah! Suzy gave us the scoop on the physical therapy perks of the very physical comedy and why she chose it as her Broadway debut. We also talked about playing the “straight man” to Ken Jeong, improvising with Christina Applegate, working with the Christopher Guest crew, and so much more. Blot your brow and join us, m'dears! This one is scorching! Follow us on social media: @damianbellino || @rodemanne Discussed this week: Beanie Feldstein's IG story re: the Funny Girl drama Patti LuPone Sunset Boulevard drama Lea Michele a horrible person Broadway.com can suck a dick Lillias White can be Fanny Brice for all we care Lainie Kazan episode of You Might Know Her From Jane Lynch & Beanie Feldstein Possible Fannies: Marla Mindelle, Idina Menzel, Julia Lester, Keke Palmer, Marissa Jaret Winokur, Vanessa Bayer Faye Dunaway never shows up aka was fired Faye peeling then eating a hard boiled egg Currently starting in POTUS on Broadway with Julie White, Rachel Dratch, Lea DeLaria, Vanessa Williams, Julianne Hough and Lili Cooper Currently starring on HBO Max's Avenue 5 with Hugh Laurie and Josh Gad Hugh Laurie was Vincente Minnelli in Me and My Shadows Strawberry Fields (on Criterion Channel rn) Started opposite Takayo Fischer Asian American New Wave in the 90s Played journalist on season 4 of Snowfall Started at Second City in Chicago Cutting room floor of Apatow movies like This is 40, Funny People, 40 Year Old Virgin, and Worked with Joey Soloway in Afternoon Delight Played opposite Ken Jeong in sitcom, Dr. Ken Camera operator in Christopher Guest's For Your Consideration Asia Street Comedy Eugene Levy and Catherine O'Hara n “Half Wits” on SCTV Plays Karen on Dead to Me (Liz Feldman) Joel Schumacher told her “too pretty” in 8MM Nicolas Cage obsessed with square pasta Modern Family car joke in question Boreanz still not doing coverage According to Jim is sick Hillary Clinton in POTUS the night Anne saw it James Caan is dead but yes he played Sonny in The Godfather Jennifer Affleck made a Funny Girl reference on her IG to announce her wedding to Ben Affleck J Lo was supposed to star in a tv version of Bye Bye Birdie
Annette O'Toole's first professional job was dancing with Danny Kaye on his network TV show… and she hasn't stopped performing since. She's about to film the fifth season of the Netflix series Virgin River and is brimming with enthusiasm for it. Her credits include six years as Ma Kent on Smallville, an Emmy nomination for playing Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy in The Kennedys of Massachusetts, and an Oscar nomination for the song “A Smile at the End of the Rainbow” from Christopher Guest's A Mighty Wind (which she wrote with her husband Michael McKean). Leonard and Jessie love talking to people like Annette who love what they do—and are so very good at it.
Hello and welcome to Tasty Pages, a podcast from Cooking The Books. In this riveting episode, we discuss sailing the seas while drunk on rum, a mystery woman who dominated the food competition at her local county fair and Christopher Guest's classic debut "mockumentary" 'This Is Spinal Tap'. We also offer an impromptu "review" of a local gluten-free bakery in our neighborhood. Our show question is: If you were to move away, what food(s) would you miss from where you currently live? (Many listeners seem to like hamburgers, pizza and tacos!) Then, we dive right into discussing our featured cookbook, 'California Living + Eating' by Eleanor Maidment. Victoria keeps us in the Golden State for our Gastro Obscura segment - as she explores the "Noah's ark of citrus". Then, we end things on a high note with a funny food joke, courtesy of Johnny. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tastypages/support
Jason Arriola, Vanessa Cahill, and John Lucero are once again taking their summer break from video game movies. This time, we’re watching another of Jason’s favorite movies, Best in Show! And since Jason is friends with one the stars, Michael Hitchcock joins us to share stories about this Christopher Guest classic! Adding around 50 minutes […]
Saluton, estas mi Tyson Saner, and I welcome you to Soundcast Land … which is where Succotash, the soundcast you are currently listening to, resides…as well as in the hearts of millions I am being told so, Holy Crap…thank you! It's a very special feeling that I will attempt to acknowledge on the regular by continuing to do more-or-less the same thing for as long as seems appropriate…whatever THAT means. Cheers to you! Last week, in Epi311 titled "Moving to the Sounds of Laughter", show creator, executive producer, my co-host and your more-or-less every-other-show-host Marc Hershon brought you a trio of soundcast clips from the soundcasts known as: 5-4, Crazy Town, Prop Culture, and Romance Road Test. Lots of entertainment to be had there, and you can find that show along with our 11 years deep archive of episodes over at www.succotashshow.com, or pretty much wherever else soundcasts can be found and listened to… including where you found this episode. Speaking of which: This is Episode 312, "Nothing In Common", and I've got clips for you from three soundcasts that have (seemingly) nothing in common): No Cover - Live from Savage Henry Comedy Club, Gag On This…Podcast, and In Bed with Nick and Megan. If you are new to our show, welcome! Thank you for listening. This episode is sponsored by the all-new Passive Aggressive Pants from Henderson's Pants, makers of coverage for everything you have down under since 1735. CLIPS No Cover - Live from Savage Henry Comedy Club At Savage Henry Comedy Club in Eureka, CA, comedians and luminaries join host Mark Sanders to unwind and laugh about the goings on in Humboldt Country and the world at large. I clip from the first episode from May 13th, 2022 - "Condors in the Air, Scooters on the Street, and a Couple of Kinds of Comics",, and feature the music and comedy stylings of inaugural guest Stephanie Knowles. Gag On This…PodcastBig Nick, Rob, Charron, and Daddy D get together each week to interview local comedians/comediennes about their life in comedy, their views of the local scene, and we have them enter the 'Comics Studio.' We also discuss random topics and crack jokes with our guests and sometimes ask the audience to join in on the fun!" Taken from their Epi181 the dropped May 9th of this year, called "Gutting the Sacred Sinkie", the gang is joined by comedian Kevin Gootee! In this clip, Kevin explains what "Comics Watching Comics" is and notes some of the influence it has had on new comedians. In Bed with Nick and Megan Megan Mullally and Nick Offerman have been a couple for 20 years - 138 years in Hollywood time - and in their podcast they take listeners directly into their bed… because that's where every episode is recorded - their bed. Cozying up with their famous friends, your favorite couple provide a funny, revealing, and very candid look into their relationship and life at large. In some episodes, they'll even kick the guest out of bed and get extra personal in what some have called the most searing and rawly sexual conversations ever to burn their way through a voice recorder. Oh, yes. It's that good. Join Megan and Nick for some serious pillow talk. This clip is from August 30th, 2020, an episode entitled "Checking In with Jamie Lee Curtis and Christopher Guest". There is a terrific story very early on about how Jamie Lee Curtis and Christopher Guest met. I did not clip that for this show. I chose instead to go with a clip of the group having a discussion that begins with sharing experiences in the theatre and the early days of cable T.V. programming. (Note: There has not been an episode of In Bed with Nick and Megan released since the "Season 1 Finale" dropped on September 13th, 2020.) When you get done listening to Episode 312, this is pretty much what I'll be saying: "Hey there… welcome to the end of the episode. I do hope you found some interest and/or entertainment in the roughly half-hour of your life that you spent listening to us. Maybe you will search out these shows to add to your "to-listen-to-queue" for further exploration? Maybe you've already heard one or more of the shows featured on this program and were curious to hear specifically what we chose to share with other people… maybe you would have chosen a different portion? Those are a great many "Maybe"s indeed, but they are only as good as their ability to signify that probabilities are being speculated upon…. At least, that's what it looks like from where I'm sitting. Another difficult thing is finding a graceful way to transition to a plug for my website over at www.tysonsaner.com where you will find links to all my other projects including other soundcasts, music, videogame gaming videos of various sorts on my YouTube channel, over a hundered now actually with a more-or-less steady release of content lately…and maybe a few surprises. Anyway, listen in right here next week for episode 313 brought to you by Marc Hershon and then, most likely, I will be back in 2 weeks with episode 314… so, until then, Be Decent to Each Other, and if someone should ask you if you've heard anything good or interesting lately, and we come to mind, won't you please pass the Succotash? — Tyson Saner
The guys tackle the first in Christopher Guest's series of Improvised Comedies, Waiting For Guffman. They discuss how much footage a film like this generates and how long it took for Director Christopher Guest to edit the movie, some character changes that were made to the movie after it had been shot and the film's alternate ending. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- DISCORD - https://discord.gg/a6UEWh9zft PODCAST - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/miscast-commentary/id1145697204 WEBSITE - http://www.miscastcommentary.com/ TWITTER - https://twitter.com/miscastpodcast TIK TOK - https://www.tiktok.com/@miscastcommentary FACEBOOK - https://www.facebook.com/miscastcommentary TEEPUBLIC - https://www.teepublic.com/stores/miscast-commentary?ref_id=7636 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Follow Joe! TWITCH- https://twitch.tv/miscastjoe TWITTER - https://twitter.com/miscastjoe TIK TOK - https://www.tiktok.com/@miscastjoe INSTAGRAM - https://instagram.com/miscastjoe YOUTUBE - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCG_C1IbIGU8MzoSI1LovPzw ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Follow Todd! TWITTER - https://twitter.com/MiscastTodd
In this inaugural edition of A Special Place In Hell, Sarah and Meghan kick things off with an explanation of how to pronounce (or not bother pronouncing) their names. From there, they ponder their 20-plus year age difference and do not think about the fact that Meghan is technically old enough to be Sarah's . . oh never mind. They then commence with in-depth discussions of three recent pieces of media content. The first is Ryan Grim's treatise in the Intercept about the epidemic of personnel meltdowns at progressive nonprofit organizations. (As a nonprofit leader herself, Sarah found this very interesting, as well as deliciously vindicating.) They move on to What Is A Woman?, the documentary by Daily Wire correspondent Matt Walsh, who pokes fun at jargon-spewing ideologues while asking a fundamental and seemingly simple question no one can answer. The film is a powerful shot over the bow in the battles over gender ideology, but does it trip over its own right wing agenda and undermine itself with sexist stereotypes? Finally, the ladies deliberate over Sunday's very long New York Times Magazine article about debates within the field of medicalized gender transition in young people, a subject they're both already obsessed with.Other highlights: Meghan explains to Sarah the connection between J. Jill clothes and the progressive nonprofit world.Meghan makes a reference to Christopher Guest movies and Sarah doesn't know what she's talking about. Meghan sings one line of Steely Dan. Sarah wonders if breaking out of the gender ideology cult--er, “community” is analogous to leaving the Muslim faith. Sarah reveals her mother's “nickname” for her father.Links: The Elephant In The Zoom by Ryan Grim, The Intercept What Is A Woman? film by Matt Walsh, The Daily WireThe Battle Over Gender Therapy by Emily Bazelon, The New York Times Magazine This is a public episode. If you'd like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit aspecialplace.substack.com/subscribe
PART I - - - My very special guest today is C. J. Vanston. CJ Vanston is a film composer, record producer, songwriter, keyboardist. CJ is the musical partner to Jeff "Skunk" Baxter and co-producer and co-writer on the album "Speed of Heat," Skunk's New & FIRST solo album, with a slew of big musical artist icons! "Speed of Heat" will be released June 17, 2022 by BMG/Renewal Records. CJ, who did the music for the Christopher Guest movies (Waiting for Guffman, Best in Show, A Mighty Wind,) is also known as keyboardist (including touring with Spinal Tap) He has worked on/with Prince, 'NSync, Barbra Streisand, Ringo Starr, Jaguares, Celine Dion, Bob Seger, Richard Marx, Tina Turner, Alexz Johnson, Joe Cocker, Peter Cetera, Anna Vissi, Yellowcard, Spinal Tap, Harry Shearer, Steve Lukather, Dennis DeYoung, Toto. Producer: (Toto, Spinal Tap, Joe Cocker, Def Leppard) Composer (Waiting for Guffman, A Mighty Wind) Keyboards (Tap, Joe Cocker, Tears For Fears) Social: Instagram @cjvanston Facebook: @cj.vanston Twitter: @CJ Vanston Promo Legendary Guitarist Jeff “Skunk” Baxter Announces His First-Ever Solo Album, Speed of Heat, Due Out June 17, 2022 on BMG/Renew Records A masterful collection of dazzling originals and inspired classics, the album's pre-release track, “My Old School,” features Baxter on vocals PRE-ORDER NOW on Amazon Music, Apple Music, and everywhere June 17! This will be the Rock album of the year and perfect for your summertime celebrations! www.jeffskunkbaxter.com
PART II - - - My very special guest today is C. J. Vanston. CJ Vanston is a film composer, record producer, songwriter, keyboardist. CJ is the musical partner to Jeff "Skunk" Baxter and co-producer and co-writer on the album "Speed of Heat," Skunk's New & FIRST solo album, with a slew of big musical artist icons! "Speed of Heat" will be released June 17, 2022 by BMG/Renewal Records. CJ, who did the music for the Christopher Guest movies (Waiting for Guffman, Best in Show, A Mighty Wind,) is also known as keyboardist (including touring with Spinal Tap) He has worked on/with Prince, 'NSync, Barbra Streisand, Ringo Starr, Jaguares, Celine Dion, Bob Seger, Richard Marx, Tina Turner, Alexz Johnson, Joe Cocker, Peter Cetera, Anna Vissi, Yellowcard, Spinal Tap, Harry Shearer, Steve Lukather, Dennis DeYoung, Toto. Producer: (Toto, Spinal Tap, Joe Cocker, Def Leppard) Composer (Waiting for Guffman, A Mighty Wind) Keyboards (Tap, Joe Cocker, Tears For Fears) Social: Instagram @cjvanston Facebook: @cj.vanston Twitter: @CJ Vanston Promo Legendary Guitarist Jeff “Skunk” Baxter Announces His First-Ever Solo Album, Speed of Heat, Due Out June 17, 2022 on BMG/Renew Records A masterful collection of dazzling originals and inspired classics, the album's pre-release track, “My Old School,” features Baxter on vocals PRE-ORDER NOW on Amazon Music, Apple Music, and everywhere June 17! This will be the Rock album of the year and perfect for your summertime celebrations! www.jeffskunkbaxter.com
Editor Stephane Dumonceau has been a multiple award-winning commercial, music-video and film editor for 20+ years. He has collaborated with some of the most visionary directors in the business, including Errol Morris, Mark Romanek, Spike Lee, Wes Anderson, Christopher Guest, Michel Gondry and so many more. Check out our shared Smirnoff spot we chat about… Be sure and pre-order Jeannette Godoy's “Diamond In…
It's Week 2 of #FanboySummer, and Dave, Mikey, and #TwitterlessDrEarl seek to improve the show by bringing on people better than all of us... and when its about music, when its about movie music, when its about movies about music but aren't musicals, what better person to bring in than Mississippi's Finest, guitar player and worship leader and podcast host and Discord Datcord fellow Matt Mink, aka, The Mink Panther. The fellas talk about Matt and where he's from, where he's going, and why he loves music. The discussion leads to some of the group's fave music influences, including some old country like The Statlers, Jamie Johnson, and more Kentucky Headhunters than any podcast has talked about in recent memory. And, of course, the Forrester Sisters, because of course. Then, the return of Birthday Movies, including the absolute murderer's row of films released in June 1987, then the Top Five movies about music, but are not actually musicals... films with the beloved Anna Kendrick and films with Pixar and films with a non Danielsan Ralph Macchio but not the early Britney Spears and films with Michelle Pfieffer on a piano and films with George Clooney lip syncing and a Fountains of Wayne shout out and d$ in touch with his heritage on a golf cart in Cancun and of course, Christopher Guest. And a ton more. Stick around in the aftershow segment to hear who gets #3 on FanboySummer! The movies discussed, and where streaming at the time of recording: Amadeus (for rental) The Commitments (for rental) Coco (Disney+) Control (TubiTV; FreeVee) Crazy Heart (for rental) Crossroads (the good one) (TubiTV) Crossroads (the crap one) (unavailable) The Fabulous Baker Boys (unavailable) La Bamba (Starz) A Mighty Wind (HBO Max) Nick & Nora's Infinite Playlist (HBO Max; TubiTV) O Brother Where Art Thou? (Amazon Prime) Once (for rental) Pitch Perfect (for rental) Sing Street (TubiTV) Teen Spirit (Hulu) That Thing You Do! (Starz) This is Spinal Tap (for purchase)
Jennifer Coolidge opens up about shifting from drama to comedy (and back again), overcoming cocaine addiction in her 20s and channeling the death of her mother to play the grieving Tanya McQuoid in ‘White Lotus.'To read a full transcript of this interview, please visit the episode page at latimes.com. A previous version of this episode was published Dec. 7, 2021.
The Friendstravaganza has reached its Chandler Bing chapter. Could we BE any more excited to celebrate Matthew Perry's critically panned team-up with Chris Farley? ALMOST HEROES stands at a disastrous 5% on the Tomatometer, but is that simply a reflection of an America that hates it when its movie stars take big swings? Listen to Alex & Julio as they shine the spotlight back on one of those rare Christopher Guest movies that isn't a mockumentary!TIMELINE00:01:16 Almost Heroes00:19:50 Contrarians Corner- Wanna know how we really feel about Almost Heroes? Check out the Real Talk (RT) episode, on your feed RIGHT NOW!- Interested In more Contrarians goodness? Join THE CONTRARIANS SUPPLEMENTS on our Patreon Page! Deleted clips, extended plugs, bonus episodes free from the Tomatometer shackles… It's everything a Contrarians devotee would want!- Contrarians Merch is finally here! Check out our RED BUBBLE MERCH PAGE and buy yourself something nice that's emblazoned with one of our four different designs!- THE FESTIVE YEARS have been letting us use their music for years now and they are amazing. You can check out their work on Spotify, on Facebook or on their very own website.- Hans Rothgiesser, the man behind our logo, can be reached at @mildemonios on Twitter or you can email him at email@example.com in case you ever need a logo (or comics) produced. And you can listen to him talk about Peruvian politics on his own podcast, NACION COMBI and Peruvian economics on his other podcast, MARGINAL! Aaaaand you can also check out all the stuff he's written on his own website. He has a new book: a fake Peruvian History Textbook called HIZTORIA DEL PERÚ. Ask him about it!
My very special guest today is C. J. Vanston. CJ Vanston is a film composer, record producer, songwriter, keyboardist. CJ is the musical partner to Jeff "Skunk" Baxter and co-producer and co-writer on the album "Speed of Heat," Skunk's New & FIRST solo album, with a slew of big musical artist icons! "Speed of Heat" will be released June 17, 2022 by BMG/Renewal Records. CJ, who did the music for the Christopher Guest movies (Waiting for Guffman, Best in Show, A Mighty Wind,) is also known as keyboardist (including touring with Spinal Tap) He has worked on/with Prince, 'NSync, Barbra Streisand, Ringo Starr, Jaguares, Celine Dion, Bob Seger, Richard Marx, Tina Turner, Alexz Johnson, Joe Cocker, Peter Cetera, Anna Vissi, Yellowcard, Spinal Tap, Harry Shearer, Steve Lukather, Dennis DeYoung, Toto. Producer: (Toto, Spinal Tap, Joe Cocker, Def Leppard) Composer (Waiting for Guffman, A Mighty Wind) Keyboards (Tap, Joe Cocker, Tears For Fears) Social: Instagram @cjvanston Facebook: @cj.vanston Twitter: @CJ Vanston Promo Legendary Guitarist Jeff “Skunk” Baxter Announces His First-Ever Solo Album, Speed of Heat, Due Out June 17, 2022 on BMG/Renew Records A masterful collection of dazzling originals and inspired classics, the album's pre-release track, “My Old School,” features Baxter on vocals PRE-ORDER NOW on Amazon Music, Apple Music, and everywhere June 17! This will be the Rock album of the year and perfect for your summertime celebrations! https://www.jeffskunkbaxter.com
Seinfeld Podcast Interview With Seinfeld Writer Tom Leopold ("The Cafe"). We welcome Tom Leopold. Tom is a legendary Comedy writer, performer and author. He was a Story Editor on Seinfeld for Seasons 3 and 4 and is credited with writing 3 Seinfeld episodes including, "The Cafe" and "The Suicide." Tom wrote for "National Lampoon Magazine," and worked on "National Lampoon Radio Hour." He has collaborated with legends of comedy including, Lucille Ball, Bob Hope, Chevy Chase, Harry Shearer, Richard Belzer and Christopher Guest and Steve Allen. Follow Tom: https://twitter.com/TomLeopold We talk in-depth with Seinfeld guest stars, cast, crew, and writers. Hear the stories about your favorite Seinfeld scenes from those who were there. This Podcast Is Making Me Thirsty is a podcast dedicated to Seinfeld, the last, great sitcom of our time. We are the World's #1 Destination for Seinfeld Interviews. We talk to those responsible for making Seinfeld the greatest sitcom in TV history. Our guests are Seinfeld writers, Seinfeld actors and actresses and Seinfeld crew. We also welcome well-known Seinfeld fans from all walks of life including authors, entertainers, and TV & Radio personalities. We analyze Seinfeld and breakdown the show with an honest insight. We rank every Seinfeld episode and compare Seinfeld seasons. If you are a fan of Seinfeld, television history, sitcoms, acting, comedy or entertainment, this is the place for you. Official Website: http://www.seinfeldpodcast.com iTunes: https://apple.co/2RGC89m Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3tqDVh6 List of Podcast Episodes and Sponsors: https://bit.ly/3rn0PUp Seinfeld Episode Rankings: https://bit.ly/3ic8mEi Social: https://linktr.ee/ThisThirsty Twitter: https://twitter.com/ThisThirsty Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thisthirsty/ "This Podcast Is Making Me Thirsty" is The Place to Be for "Seinfeld" fans. We are the #1 destination for all things "Seinfeld," the last, great sitcom of our time. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thisthirsty/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thisthirsty/support
For VIdeo Edition, Please Click and Subscribe Here: https://youtu.be/je9gZ3ROeG8 Becky O'Brien, BGT Singing Sensation, is arguably best remembered for bringing TV's harshest talent judge, Simon Cowell, to tears with her rendition of “Over The Rainbow”. “Wow! I was not expecting that! You're voice is so amazing, so authentic, it was just so emotional…..This is the reason we make this show, is to find people like you!” (Simon Cowell, of Becky's Performance) Becky was raised in a Show Business Family, making her stage debut at the age of 2 years old. She worked hard throughout her younger years to learn the vocal, dance and acting skills she would need to make her dream of being on stage, a reality. In 2005 she starred alongside Judi Dench, Bob Hoskins, Christopher Guest and Will Young in the Pathe feature film “Mrs Henderson Presents”. She and two of her sisters performed the title song for the film, “Babies of The Blitz” and went on to perform in Trafalgar Square with Will Young for the BBC VE Day Celebrations in a Star-studded line up, featuring Sir Paul McCartney, Sir Cliff Richard, Dame Vera Lynn and Katherine Jenkins. Becky has toured extensively across the globe with various shows including, The Songbook of Judy, Puttin on the Ritz, The Rat Pack and The Spirit of Broadway, to name but a few. She has also had the honour of performing at some wonderful venues including the Edinburgh Fringe, Disneyland Paris, Various Theatres from America to China….but possibly her favourite to date, The London Palladium. Becky is also the Survivor Ambassador for the domestic abuse charity, Women's Aid UK. She has been involved in various campaigns, spoken in Parliament to help change the law for safe child.
Pioneer of the mockumentary genre, Christopher Guest has molded movies from both on and off the screen. With a unique ability to embody and employ comedy for his films, they remain quirky and quotable beyond their years. So naturally, Matt Rogers is joined by friend of the show, Greta Titelman, to paw through the catalog that defines Guest's prowess. Fearless to present a strong cast of characters, the real pedigree of Guest's work includes “Best in Show,” exemplifying his ability to melt reality into comedy cult classics. Don't forget to submit your hot takes for our next movie club meeting on “The Birdcage” with #maxmovieclub to @hbomaxmovies on Twitter and Instagram! Watch on HBO via HBO Max: A Might Wind, Best in Show, and For Your Consideration through August 31, 2022 and Waiting for Guffman available October 1, 2022 to December 31, 2022 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Let's get this out of the way: Waiting for Guffman is not a risky pick for Mandy. It's a classic in the Christopher Guest-and-crew improvisational film oeuvre. The only contentious part of the show? When should Mandy sing? Don't forget! You can support the ongoing production of this show by visiting the Mandcave and becoming a Fandy. Learn more at TruStory.FM. And if you'd like to sport the logo on your bod, head over to our Teepublic store (no 'k') and get shopping!
On this week's episode Lindsay is joined by Unsung Horror Hosts; Erica Shultz and Lance Shibbie as they go to the dogs. It's Double Feature of Christopher Guest's Best in Show (2000) & Lewis Teague's Cujo (1983). Apart from some very good boys, this is a Double Feature of relationships how you relate to each other and how the animal factor fits into everything. Listen to Unsung Horrors Here Follow Unsung Horrors on Twitter Follow Unsung Horrors on Instagram Follow Erica on Twitter Follow Lance on Twitter Follow Schlock & Awe on Twitter Follow Schlock & Awe on Instagram Follow Lindsay on Twitter Say Hi firstname.lastname@example.org Please Rate and Review Schlock & Awe on Apple Podcasts and Spotify Original Music Composed and Performed by Anthony King
We talk. I drink. We movie. About the movie: The Princess Bride is a 1987 American fantasy comedy romance film directed and co-produced by Rob Reiner, starring Cary Elwes, Robin Wright, Mandy Patinkin, Chris Sarandon, Wallace Shawn, André the Giant, and Christopher Guest. Adapted by William Goldman from his 1973 novel of the same name, it tells the story of a farmhand named Westley, accompanied by companions befriended along the way, who must rescue his true love Princess Buttercup from the odious Prince Humperdinck. The film preserves the novel's metafictional narrative style by presenting the story as a book being read by a grandfather (Peter Falk) to his sick grandson (Fred Savage). About our guest: MK is an Author, Doctoral Candidate, Freelance Sportswriter, and Former D1 Athlete Learn more about her at https://katielever.com/ Get at us: Email - email@example.com Twitter - @talkduringmovie IG - @talkingduringmovies
Dog Soldiers Last Detail? We watched the Dog Soldiers man versus werewolf movie and we got some reactions, so stay tuned. Grab your EXCLUSIVE NordVPN Deal by going to https://nordvpn.com/bingewatch to get up a Huge Discount off your NordVPN Plan + Free Threat Protection + 1 additional month for free! It's completely risk free with Nord's 30 day money-back guarantee!Visit EddiebyGiddy.com and be the best version of yourself. EddiebyGiddy.com, where innovation meets ED. Use code BINGE20 for 20% off!The rubber suit werewolves actually work in this movie and we love how they dealt with Captain Werewolf by using a silver letter opener to open his letter.Breaking: Spinal Tap II is coming soon from Rob Reiner, Christopher Guest, and Company.Fred Ward, Actor in ‘Remo Williams,' ‘Henry & June' and ‘Tremors,' Dies at 79.Dirty Dancing 2 might be set in the ‘90s with Hip Hop and we are following because we love Dirty Dancing.Tonight's movie? Dog Soldiers. Soldiers on a training exercise get ambushed by a pack of werewolves and hunker down for a last stand.We can't believe Dave hasn't seen The Sinner but we also discuss Jessica Biel's work in Hulu's Candy.And we talk about the steamy scenes in Made in America between Ted Danson and Whoopie Goldberg.Listen now at: https://www.bwpodcast.com/recent-episodesSubscribe for new content: https://bit.ly/SUBBWPODShop: https://bit.ly/BWPodMerchHorror movies. Movie News. Movie Stories and More. Adventures in Binge-Watching From the Professional Binge-Watchers on this Late Night Comedy and Movie Podcast Hosted by JOHNNY SPOILER. Joined by his film-making buddies, DANGEROUS DAVE and JORDAN SAVAGE#BingeWorthy #PodcastShow #bingewatcherspodcast #podcast #podcaster #werewolf #werewolfmovies #horrormoviesSupport the show
If the title didn't give it away, this will, Christopher Walken is joining Dune Pt. 2, and that's honestly the coolest thing I've heard this week. Starfield is delayed, and Fall Guys finally releases. Meanwhile, The Boys promises more action in Season 3, She-Hulk is thirsty, and Rick and Morty are going Anime. Star Wars is shifting focus to TV and Spinal Tap isn't done turning things up to 11.
A podcast is trying to reunite with their old friend amid a city ravaged by a plague that turns its victims into deranged, bloodthirsty sadists. On Episode 511 of Trick or Treat Radio we discuss one of our most anticipated films of the year, The Sadness from director Rob Jabbaz, streaming exclusively on Shudder now! We also connect up with one of our friends who also happens to be one of our favorite directors, Kurando Mitsutake! Kurando talks about his latest film Maniac Driver, and gives some early info about his next project! So grab a comic off the shelf, flip through it so you can be an expert, and strap on for the world's most dangerous podcast!Stuff we talk about: Kurando Mitsutake, listening to podcasts in the morning, Michael Rosenbaum, Talk is Jericho, Square One Mall, Super J-Cup, Japanese wrestling, the benefits of the showercap, Gorillas in the Midst, Meryl Streep, Beard Caps, an attempt at a 4-way, a quick schvitz, the Sopranos community, Spinal Tap 2, Christopher Guest, Rob Reiner, I am Brute, Waiting for Guffman, Best in Show, Break Like the Wind, Kids in the Hall, The Sadness, Rob Jabazz, The Crossed, Garth Ennis, making films in a post-pandemic world, Aliens, zombies, voodoo, Thanagarian Snare Beast, chehkov's shears, fry basket to the face, Y the Last Man, the limitations of the Chinese government on media in their country, gory AF, zombie buggery, flipping through comics, moons over my-hammy, Gilberg, calling spots, Robert Eggers, The Northman, Reel Gore Releasing, Steve Aquilina, Machine Girl, Asami, real-time remote film editing, Lion-Girl, bringing sexy back to comics, Tokyo City Hall, the Fukushima nuclear disaster, guerrilla filmmaking, Nissan President, political subtext within exploitation films, Taxi Driver, William Lustig, Hayate, Karate Kill, Gun Woman, giallo, My Apocalypse Now, Monster Fest, Action USA, Miami Connection, Zatoichi, Samurai Avenger: The Blind Wolf, hard boiled film noir, William Lustig's Maniac, Junji Ito, living out your days in Maine, Frason: the new horror icon, Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon, imagination running wild brother, The Nation of Fabrication, Diabolik DVD, Lady Terminator, The Batman, visions of Hot Dogs in your head, all beef baby, what's your favorite olive?, and Schvitzing Bullets.Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/trickortreatradioJoin our Discord Community: discord.trickortreatradio.comSend Email/Voicemail: mailto:firstname.lastname@example.orgVisit our website: http://trickortreatradio.comStart your own podcast: https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=386Use our Amazon link: http://amzn.to/2CTdZzKFB Group: http://www.facebook.com/groups/trickortreatradioTwitter: http://twitter.com/TrickTreatRadioFacebook: http://facebook.com/TrickOrTreatRadioYouTube: http://youtube.com/TrickOrTreatRadioInstagram: http://instagram.com/TrickorTreatRadioSupport the show
Jim Piddock is an actor, writer, and producer. He made his theatrical debut in the U.S. in “The Boy's Own Story”, a one-man show about a soccer goalkeeper, at the Julian Theatre in San Francisco. He appeared in his first movie in the top-grossing film of 1989, “Lethal Weapon 2”, in which one of his lines, “But…you're black” in answer to Danny Glover's request to emigrate to South Africa, became a catchphrase for the film. But it is probably his diverse performances in the improvised Christopher Guest comedies “Best In Show” (as the Dog Show commentator with Fred Willard), “A Mighty Wind”, and “For Your Consideration” that he has gained the most attention as a chameleon-like character actor, barely recognizable from role to role. Jim and discuss Lethal Weapon 2, his guest spot on Friends, working with George C. Scott, writing with Christopher Guest and so much more! We also discuss Jim's book, Caught With My Pants Down. A must read! Our Guest, Jim Piddock https://jimpiddock.com/ IMDB Buy the book! Hashtag Fun: Jeff dives into recent trends and reads some of his favorite tweets from trending hashtags. The hashtag featured in this episode is #RejectedDogShowCategories from @HashtagsAGoGo. Tweets featured on the show are retweeted at @JeffDwoskinShow Follow Hashtag Roundup to tweet along with fun hashtags daily! Follow @HashtagRoundup on Twitter! Download the Hashtag Roundup app Follow Jeff Dwoskin: Jeff Dwoskin on Twitter The Jeff Dwoskin Show podcast on Twitter Podcast website Podcast on Instagram Yes, the show used to be called Live from Detroit: The Jeff Dwoskin Show Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Actor, comedian and musician Christopher Guest joins Chris Difford in this episode. Best known for playing the lead guitarist Nigel Tufnel in This Is Spinal Tap, Christopher shines a light on the creation of the iconic and much loved film, and the surreal but satisfying life the spoof band has enjoyed since the release nearly 40 years ago. He also discusses his earlier career writing satirical songs and his teenage years discovering and devouring music.
The trio asks the audience to be our guest! Christopher Guest that is. Listen as we take on two of his best films. Between Elite Dog shows and small town community theater which one will come out on top and be crowned the ultimate mockumentary winner? Find out on this episode of Cinema Smackdown!
Season 3 of 5 Minute Film Finder is here! During this episode Kendall and Jamie are discussing the films "Waiting for Guffman"(R) directed by Christopher Guest and "Bad Taste"(Not Rated) directed by John Mitchell and Jeremy Kipp Walker. Our hosts have five minutes to inform and sell you on the movies covered in this episode. The movies covered in this episode can be found on Hoopla and KanopyThanks for joining us!This podcast is brought to you by Pioneer Library System in OklahomaIf you would like to reach out to us with any questions or comments please email us email@example.comFind more information about Pioneer Library System at https://pioneerlibrarysystem.org/.
Have you ever wanted to visit the "stool capital of the world"??? If so, join Heyd and Erin as they discuss this epic saga of Waiting for Guffman with artist Cody Ledvina, who is drawn to this mockumentary format with a satirical edge that created classics such as the Missouri compromise...of whatever Corky's haircut is! This "big fish in a small pond" story allows director/actor Christopher Guest to fabricate the delicious tale of a small town theater director who is tasked with recounting the town's history via a musical production, including alien abductions with quintessential probing. We have reserved a front row ticket for you as we giggle our way through this quest for fame and noterietay in the Americana hellscape we call home. Tangents: city council meetings, Total Recall, Matthew McConaughey, gay face, Rand Paul, work families, artist cemetery For more information about Cody's studio practice, check out his website www.codyledvina.com and Instagram @codyledvina Follow us on Instagram @artists.talk.movies --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/erin-stafford/support
The Beefaverasry is back with 3 reviews that include two more entries in the Christopher Guest universe. We are joined by special guests Mr. Venom and Bo Ransdell for Best in Show and Smokeshow Scott Crawford joins us for A Mighty Wind. Also, look for a new Crippled Theater featuring Ricky Morgan and Mr. No Legs. The post Cinema Beef Podcast : Beefaversary Part 2 (Best In Show/Mr. No Legs/A Mighty Wind) first appeared on Legion.
You may know Jane Lynch from the Christopher Guest mockumentaries like Best in Show, or as the unforgettable Sue Sylvester on the hit show Glee, or more recently in an Emmy-winning performance on The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. In this week's “Sunday Sitdown,” Willie Geist gets together with the actress to talk about her latest role making people smile in the highly-anticipated Broadway revival of Funny Girl.
All aboard because Frances Fisher is on the show this week. You Might Know Her From Titanic, Watchmen, Jolene, House of Sand and Fog, Laws of Attraction, The Sinner, The Lincoln Lawyer, and Unforgiven. In celebration of Titanniversary (it's a real holiday for us), we spoke with Frances about her legendary performance as Ruth Dewitt Bukater in the James Cameron blockbuster. We talked about her epic audition, discovering the character from the period dress and her (real) hair, and how she delivered some of the most iconic lines in all of cinema. And that's just the tip of the iceberg. We also talked her deleted scenes from Waiting for Guffman, the secrecy surrounding the very prescient Watchmen, and playing gay opposite fellow red head thespian, Jessica Chastain. We're never letting go of this episode! Follow us on social media @damianbellino || @rodemanne Discussed this week Leo in Titanic was a delicate boned beautiful woman Gay or gay adjacent roles: Jolene, Another Kind of Wedding, Female Perversions, Any Day Now Sex scene with Jessica Chastain in Jolene (31:00) Previous YMKHF guest Beth Grant Sex scene with Kathleen Turner in Another Kind of Wedding Scenes opposite Jean Smart in Watchmen Was unaware of The 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre Played gay icon Ruth Dewitt Bukater in James Cameron's TitanicMali Flynn - casting director for Titanic Some Titanic castmembers peed in the tank Frances just did The Lion in Winter at Laguna Playhouse pre-pandemic Strawberry Alice in Unforgiven (1992) Miss Kitty in Gunsmoke (not Blazing Saddles, that's Lily Von Schtupp) Daughter with Clint Eastwood, Francesca Eastwood Played Johnny Savage's mom in a deleted scene from Waiting for Guffman Attack of the 50 Foot Woman (with Christopher Guest) Frances wanted her dogs in Beverly Hills Chihuahua 3: Viva la Fiesta! But dog trainers said no Played Jennifer Connelly's caseworker in House of Sand and Fog and according to EW (and former YMKHF guest, Shohreh Aghdashloo Ep#72), she put dirt in her luminous hair to look dirtier Frances Fisher wants to work opposite redheads, Debra Messing and Bryce Dallas Howard Stars in The Roommate opposite Leighton Meester and Minka Kelly (but could she tell them apart?) Frances originally cast as Jill Taylor on Home Improvement but was replaced by former guest of YMKHF, Patricia Richardson Ep#118 Annette Bening was so good in Being Julia Should Tea Leoni, Kelly Ripa, and Annette Bening, and play sisters?? DB says yes An American Tale and Fievel Goes West are iconic Jewish stories Lady Gaga helping Liza Minnelli at the Oscars