“Don't give me any of that ‘intelligent life' stuff. Find me something I can blow up!”John Carpenter and Dan O'Bannon met as film students at USC in the early 1970s. Together they created a 45-minute student film called Dark Star that ended up gaining traction on the film festival circuit. With additional funding, they expanded it into a feature film that was released in 1974. This sci-fi comedy film became a cult classic, despite its tiny budget and limited release. Join us – Pete Wright and Andy Nelson – as we continue the 1976 Hugo Awards Best Dramatic Presentation Nominees series with a conversation about Dark Star.Here's a hint at what we talk about:In our discussion of Dark Star, we dive into the film's origins as a student project and how it evolved into a feature film. We analyze the absurdist tone and philosophy of the story, as well as the mix of comedy and horror elements. Though we find some flaws, we appreciate the ambition and creativity behind this early work by Carpenter and O'Bannon.Here are a few other points in our discussion: The impressive visual effects and production design given the microbudget Memorable characters and comedic performances Thought-provoking themes about technology and human nature Influences on later sci-fi classics like Alien and Red Dwarf In the end, we see Dark Star as a unique cult film that shows the promise of Carpenter and O'Bannon as emerging filmmakers. Despite its uneven moments, it offers an imaginative vision and bold filmmaking. We have a great time talking about it, so check it out then tune in. The Next Reel – when the movie ends, our conversation begins!Film Sundries Watch this on Apple or Amazon, or find other places at JustWatch Script Options Theatrical trailer Letterboxd Learn more about CODA and how it can work for you! Check out The Next Reel's Merch Store! Want to upgrade your Letterboxd account? Use our PROMO CODE to get a DISCOUNT and help us out in the process! Visit our WATCH PAGE to rent or purchase movies we've talked about on the shows that are part of The Next Reel's family of podcasts. By doing so, you get to watch the movie and help us out in the process as a portion comes back our way. Enjoy! Join the conversation with movie lovers from around the world on The Next Reel's Discord channel! Here's where you can find us around the internet: The Web Letterboxd Facebook Instagram X YouTube Flickchart Check out poster artwork for movies we've discussed on our Pinterest page Pete Andy We spend hours every week putting this show together for you, our dear listener, and it would sure mean a lot to us if you considered becoming a member. When you do, you get early access to shows, ad-free episodes, and a TON of bonus content. To those who already support the show, thank you. To those who don't yet: what are you waiting for?Become a Member here: $5 monthly or $55 annuallyWhat are some other ways you can support us and show your love? Glad you asked! You can buy TNR apparel, stickers, mugs and more from our MERCH PAGE. Or buy or rent movies we've discussed on the show from our WATCH PAGE. Or renew or sign up for a Letterboxd Pro or Patron account with our LETTERBOXD MEMBERSHIP DISCOUNT. Or sign up for AUDIBLE.
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"The Sphere in Vegas: U2's Sonic Odyssey and the Future of Concert Venues"Larry Mishkin is joined by great friend of the show, Alex Wellins to catch up and talk about a Grateful Dead concert held at Poly Pavilion on November 20th, 1971. Larry talks about the significance of the show, including the band's transition in music style, notable songs played, and the presence of famous basketball player Bill Walton in the audience. Later, Alex discusses recent concerts they attended, highlighting U2's performance at The Sphere in Las Vegas, known for its immersive audiovisual experience, and another show at the historic Castro Theater in San Francisco featuring the band St. Paul and the Broken Bones. Both Larry and Alex express enthusiasm about these diverse musical experiences..Produced by PodConx Deadhead Cannabis Show - https://podconx.com/podcasts/deadhead-cannabis-showLarry Mishkin - https://podconx.com/guests/larry-mishkinRob Hunt - https://podconx.com/guests/rob-huntJay Blakesberg - https://podconx.com/guests/jay-blakesbergSound Designed by Jamie Humiston - https://www.linkedin.com/in/jamie-humiston-91718b1b3/Recorded on Squadcast Grateful DeadNovember 20, 1971Pauley Pavillion – UCLAL.A.Grateful Dead Live at Pauley Pavilion - University of California on 1971-11-20 : Free Borrow & Streaming : Internet Archive By late 1971 Dead's transformation from Primal Dead to Americana Dead was well on it's way. This concert is a great snapshot of that time, this show being more in the Americana camp with the a killer 25 minute jammed out Other One (including its Bill Kreutzman drum solo lead in) really being the only true nod to the Primal era . Also, the band was in transition as Pigpen missed the show as part of his descent into alcohol related illnesses that eventually took him in March 1973. Keith had been playing with the band since February but Mickey began his “leave” in February after night one of the Capitol Theater run. So this night is just five of them up on stage playing their hearts out for the fine students of UCLA and other Deadheads ( then a very brand new “thing” having just been recognized by the band in the liner message inside the Grateful Dead album stating: “DEAD FREAKS UNITE! WHO ARE YOU? WHERE ARE YOU? HOW ARE YOU? Send us your name and address and we'll keep you informed”) One fact that should be obvious given the venue and the time – an unknown UCLA student and want-a-be college basketball player, Bill Walton was in attendance along with some of his Bruins teammates for this first ever Dead show at Pauley Pavilion, famed home court for the UCLA Bruins, a team that following the amazing successes of Lew Alcindor (Kareem) and Sidney Wicks, now was being led for the first time by Bill and his teammates Jamaal Wilkes and Greg Lee (spoiler alert: Bill has some success at UCLA too). Bill, of course, went on to be an NBA All-Star and a regular attendee of Dead shows and, as Alex can attest, not unusual to see him at a West Coast dead show right up until the end – kind of hard to miss a 7 foot deadhead with his red hair and tie dye apparel. Rumor has it when they knew he was going to be at a show the band would set up a basketball hoop backstage and that Bruce Hornsby was a hooper too. INTRO: Bertha Track No. 1 3:30 – 4:37 Great traditional opener although it was known to pop up in different spots during shows from time to time. At this point, it is still “new” having been debuted earlier that year, on February 18th at the Capitol Theater in Port Chester. Never released on a studio album, but it is the opening tune on the Dead's live album, “Grateful Dead” a/k/a Skull and Roses (or Phil's preferred name, “Skull Fuck” which was promptly rejected by their label, Warner Bros) on September 24, 1971. From shows in NYC at the Fillmore East and the Hammerstein Ballroom in the Manhattan Center (plus Johnny B. Goode from Winterland – couldn't completely ignore the west coast). SHOW #1: Tennessee Jed Track No. 5 0:45 – 1:46 This is one of the “new” ones played in this show. Along with Mexicali Blues, One More Saturday Night, Ramble On Rose and Jack Straw had all just been played for the first ever just two months earlier on October 19, 1971 at the Northrop Auditorium in Minneapolis – also Keith's first show. A tune that more than most really captures the change in the band's direction as you have Garcia previously of Dark Star, St. Stephen and Eleven fame twanging away, musically and vocally, on a song with a feel that is a cross between country, western and a dash of rock n roll. Deadheads of Alex's and my era will note how much quicker the tempo is in this early version and Garcia's noticeable energy evident from his strong vocal performance. Played 436 times in concert, putting it at No. 15 of the list of the Dead's most played tunes.1st (again) on Oct. 19, 1971 in MPLSLast on July 8, 1995 at Soldier Field, Chicago A great sing along tune that the Deadheads always enjoyed, normally found in the first set, towards the middle. SHOW #2: Jack Straw Track No. 10 :12 – 1:20 As just mentioned, this another “new” one just two months old. Everyone loves Jack Straw, even the Band which is why it checks in at No. on list of most tunes played by the Band with 476 performances (last one on July 8, 1995 at Soldier Field). But in this early version, there is a little bit of a change from the version we all know and love. First, thing to know it is a tune by Hunter and Weir. Garcia did not write it although he sang it with Weir in a “trading off of verses” style. Second, in these early versions, before the Europe '72 tour, Weir sang all the verses like we just heard, “I just jumped the watchman, right outside the fence” was always sung by Jerry, but here, Weir sings it. Not sure of the reason for the change, but I like it a lot better with Jerry singing his verses (the other being “Gotta go to Tulsa, first train we can ride”). First time with Jerry on vocals was May 3, 1972 at the Olympia Theater in Paris, that also just happens to be the version of the song that wound up on the Europe '72 album. Although in its earlier years the song would appear in either first or second set, after their 1975 hiatus it became an almost exclusive first set song. And after Brent joined the band, almost always a show opener. Home to the more than occasional Phil base bomb, it was one of the Band's most popular tunes and a great way to open any show (especially if they had just opened with Bertha the night before so you got to catch them both!). SHOW #3: Ramble On Rose Track No. 18 0:00 – 1:28 Last of the “new” ones that we will feature today. Just like Tennessee Jed, upbeat, good energy, Jerry and the boys are having fun, like with any new creation. Still working out all the details, the james, keeping track of the lyrics and Jerry has not yet developed his signature growl on “goodbye mamma and poppa, goodbye jack and jill”. What I really like about this version and why I chose a clip from the beginning of the tune is to hear Keith's piano accompaniment that works so well with this song and adds another layer of creativity to the mix. Garcia always seemed to get energy and inspiration from the band's keyboard players and Keith, even this early in his career, is no exception. After its introduction on Oct. 19, 1971 in Minny, played a total of 319 times, good for 39th place on the all time list, just behind US Blues and just ahead of Don't Ease Me In (really?). Last played on June 27, 1995 at the Palace of Auburn Hills, MI. SHOW #4: You Win Again Track No. 20 1:12 – 2:21 "You Win Again" is a 1952 song by Hank Williams. In style, the song is a blues ballad and deals with the singer's despair with his partner. The song has been widely covered, including versions by Ray Charles, Jerry Lee Lewis, Roy Orbison, the Grateful Dead, Charley Pride, Bob Dylan, and the Rolling Stones. Hank Williams recorded "You Win Again" on July 11, 1952—one day after his divorce from Audrey Williams was finalized. Like "Cold, Cold Heart," the song was likely inspired by his tumultuous relationship with his ex-wife, "You Win Again" was released as the B-side to "Settin' the Woods on Fire", primarily because up-tempo, danceable numbers were preferable as A-sides for radio play and for the valuable jukebox trade. Nonetheless, "You Win Again" peaked at number ten on the Most Played in C&W Juke Boxes chart, where it remained for a single week. Over a time period of less than one year, the Dead played You Win Again 24 times in concert, the first on November 11, 1971 at the Municipal Auditorium in Austin, TX (this show in L.A. was only the third time it had been played) and the last on September 16, 1972 at The Music Hall in Boston. A version of the song was released on the Europe '72 album (second album side), from their show on May 24, 1972 at The Strand Lyceum in London, one of the final shows on that tour. JGB recorded a version of the song in 1976 during the Reflections album sessions but not played live again. It was briefly revived by The Dead with Dylan in 2003. OUTRO: Going Down The Road Feeling Bad Track No. 23 3:45 – 5:12 "Going Down The Road Feeling Bad" (also known as the "Lonesome Road Blues") is a traditional American folk song, "a white blues of universal appeal and uncertain origin" The song was recorded by many artists through the years. The first known recording is from 1923 by Henry Whitter, an Appalachian singer,as "Lonesome Road Blues". The earliest versions of the lyrics are from the perspective of an inmate in prison with the refrain, "I'm down in that jail on my knees" and a reference to eating "corn bread and beans." The song has been recorded by many artists such as Woody Guthrie, Bob Dylan, Skeeter Davis, Elizabeth Cotten, and the Grateful Dead, and the song is featured in To Bonnie from Delaney, "Mountain Jam", Born and Raised World Tour, The Grapes of Wrath, and Lucky Stars.Others who recorded it include Cliff Carlisle (also as "Down in the Jail on My Knees"), Woody Guthrie (also as "Blowin' Down This Road" or "I Ain't Gonna Be Treated This Way"), Bill Monroe, Earl Scruggs, Roy Hall, Elizabeth Cotten and the Grateful Dead, Delaney and Bonnie, Canned Heat and Dillard Chandler. Dead played it 302 times (No. 46 on the most played tunes list just behind a tie between Mama Tried and Terrapin and just ahead of Birdsong). 1st time on October 10, 1970 at Colden Auditorium, part of Queens College in Queens, NY.Last played on July 5, 1985 at the Riverport Amphitheater in Maryland Heights, MO. During the time period of this show it was almost always paired with Not Fade Away (as made famous at the end of the Grateful Dead album). In later years, when Alex and I were regulars on tour, it would show up as a second set tune, usually, but not always after Drums/Space. A very upbeat tune that the band obviously loved playing the crowd loved hearing. For our purposes, a great way to end the show and say goodbye and HAPPY THANKSGIVING.
This week's Deadpod contains part two of the band's performance at the Fillmore in San Francisco on November 7, 1969. Hyper-energetic, this one contains loads of frantic jamming and amazing soaring guitar work by Garcia and Lesh. After a fairly short China>Rider, they go into a deep exploration with 'Dark Star' which goes into an unusual 'Uncle John's Jam', then back out with Lesh leading the charge into 'The Other One'. The highlight, for me, is the wonderful closing number, Pigpen in all his glory on a great 'Lovelight' rap. Grateful Dead Fillmore Auditorium San Francisco, CA 11/7/1969 - Friday Part Two China Cat Sunflower [2:56] > Jam [2:30] > I Know You Rider [3:21] > Dark Star [18:33] > Uncle John's Jam [1:45#] > Dark Star [#5:47] > Cryptical Envelopment [1:46] > Drums [4:56] > The Other One [9:54] > Turn On Your Love Light [17:22#] You can listen to this week's Deadpod here: http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod111023.mp3 Thanks for your kind support! and.. Leave It On! :)
Our party arrives into the core of the Dark Star before facing off against Kyuss in a battle that will determine the fate of all realms. Come join us on Discord: https://discord.gg/ntaEjvc Consider supporting us on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/IndoorAdventures Merch: indooradventure.redbubble.com "The Four" Theme composed by Annabella Gelmetti: https://www.instagram.com/annabellamusic https://twitter.com/voxvim
The Four Keeps find themselves sailing into the center of the Eye of Doom, and Arjhan meets an observer who's last wish was to no longer remain silent. Come join us on Discord: https://discord.gg/ntaEjvc Consider supporting us on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/IndoorAdventures Merch: indooradventure.redbubble.com "The Four" Theme composed by Annabella Gelmetti: https://www.instagram.com/annabellamusic https://twitter.com/voxvim
Check out why Grizzly Discoveries is a must-buy! With 160K acres of precious and battery metals in the Republic-Greenwood Gold District, this company is poised for success. Hecla Mining's success in the same area is a promising sign for Grizzly Discoveries shareholders. Don't miss out! In this interview we sit down with Michael Dufresne of 'Apex Geoscience', and uncover the unique value proposition of 'Grizzly Discoveries'. Mr. Dufresne is the President of APEX Geoscience Ltd. as well as a principal and a co-founder of the company. Mr. Dufresne received his B.Sc. in Geology from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington in 1983 and his M.Sc. in Economic Geology from the University of Alberta in 1987. He is a registered Professional Geologist (P.Geol.) with the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta (APEGA) since 1989. He has worked as a consulting geologist for over 30 years conducting and directing exploration programs for junior and major exploration companies and mining companies. The breadth of his work has encompassed a variety of commodities and deposit types including diamond, gold (placer and lode), base metal, uranium and industrial minerals in Alberta, British Columbia, Yukon, Nunavut, Quebec, the Northwest Territories (NWT) and internationally. Mr. Dufresne has authored numerous Technical Reports and a number of Valuation Reports for public companies for early to advanced exploration stage projects including resource work for a variety of commodities and deposit types. He has additionally published extensively on the mineral potential of Alberta, as well as the Yukon and Northwest Territories and was first author of "Diamond Potential of Alberta" Alberta Geological Survey Bulletin 63. Mr. Dufresne was personally involved with and part of the exploration teams responsible for the discovery of the George Lake – Goose Lake gold deposits, Nunavut, the Three Bluffs gold deposit, Nunavut, and the Perseverance gold deposit, in the Coolgardie area of Western Australia. Since 2012, Mr. Dufresne has become extensively involved in a number of USA based projects in Nevada, Arizona, Utah, Idaho, Montana and California. For these he has conducted numerous property visits, completed property evaluations, designed and executed dozens of exploration programs, completed mineral resource estimates and NI 43-101 Technical Reports. Mr. Dufresne has been involved in numerous assessments of a number of Nevada based Carlin and volcanic hosted gold deposits and projects including but not limited to Railroad, North Bullion, Pinion, Dark Star, Pony, Mineral Ridge, Pan, Gold Rock, Battle Mountain, Northumberland, Iceberg, Manhatten, Camp Douglas, East Bailey, Reward, Mt Hamilton, Bolo, Kinsley Mountain etc. We are an education channel that promotes resource stocks, with a proven track record of success in resource stocks and (highest)
Back in 1978 John Carpenter made his third feature film, Halloween for only $300,000. It went on to be a massive box office hit and spanned a franchise that has released 13 films. The film came out 45 years ago October 17th, 1978 so we celebrate the enduring legacy of the film. Joining is our resident Halloween super-fan Brodie Cotnam. Check out this handy guide to understand how the Halloween franchise works. Listen to Scaretroducing's podcasts on Halloween Kills and Halloween Ends. Check out this Criterion Shelf article on That Shelf featuring a contribution by Dakota on Dark Star, John Carpenter's first film. Read Paulo Bautista's reviews from the New York Film Festival, including The Boy and the Heron, The Zone of Interest and more! Read Dakota's Best of the Vancouver International Film Festival blog post. Read Brodie's review of Joan Baez I Am Noise. Watch Brodie's short film The Gift that he wrote and follow him on Twitter. Support the show on Ko-fi by sending us a tip! Check out more great Contra Zoom content on That Shelf! Listen to Contra Zoom on Anchor, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Play, Overcast, RadioPublic, Breaker, Podcast Addict and more! Please rate and review the show on Apple Podcasts or Spotify. Send a screenshot with your 5-star rating and review to email@example.com and we will send you free stickers! For more information, visit contrazoompod.com. Thank you Eric and Kevin Smale for the original theme songs, Jimere for the interlude music and Stephanie Prior for designing the logo. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/contrazoompod/message
Hey Listener, for today's episode I assembled the Mount Rushmore of What Ya Into? Horror with Jaimie Filer, Paul Gonzalez, and Zach Bender of Couple of Creeps. Topics this week include: Trash Juice and trigger warnings. Extreme horror and deathmatches. Choosing between functional and fashionable with your luchadore mask. Dark Star. Shooting a kid in the head to start the movie. Zach has hot takes about Halloween. The Shape, Donald Pleasence , and Jamie Lee Curtis. Random Keanu Reeves love. The Fog and roadies. WYI? is very pro Kurt Russell. “Sci Fi doesn't age well”. Halloween I and II should be watched as a double feature. The Thing is a perfect movie. Halloween III: Dudes Batting Out of Their League. It's weird when people can't swear right. Everyone should watch Big Trouble in Little China. Prince of Darkness is a siege movie with a hole from Hell. They Live is still relevant. Chevy Chase and John Carpenter made a movie? Zach: BODY BAGS!!! In the Mouth of Madness is Sam Neil losing his mind and now I want to see it. The only thing good about Vampires is the opening. Ghost of Mars is an awesome sci fi western horror train movie. Tommy Lee's Nu Metal band. Wrestling and butt rock. Your host tells a story about Andrew Bryniarski which is actually about Duane Davis; still go watch The Program. The new Halloween movies. Michael Biehn's Timebomb. John Carpenter: Confirmed Gamer. Pawl's pick up lines. John Carpenter's The Name of the Movie..
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Discover the purpose behind Bill Wilson's words and the evolution of his own recovery narrative. Did you know that Bill had to rewrite his own story several times? We'll uncover the reasons behind these revisions and the key moments that shaped his path to sobriety.Explore the turning point in Bill's life as he meets Ebby Thatcher, a moment that resonates with countless recovering alcoholics. Discover how Ebby's words, "Why don't you choose your own conception of God?" opened doors to a more flexible approach to spirituality within the 12-step program. We'll also delve into the mystery surrounding the origins of the phrase, "God as I understood Him."As we journey through Bill's story, you'll gain a deeper appreciation for the powerful message of hope and recovery that the Big Book carries. Join us as we decode the Big Book chapter by chapter, uncovering the truths, myths, and transformative moments that have guided countless individuals on their own paths to recovery.So, whether you're a seasoned AA member or simply curious about the history and wisdom contained within the Big Book, join us on this captivating exploration of sobriety, spirituality, and the enduring legacy of Alcoholics Anonymous. Tune in now and be inspired by the incredible stories and insights that have transformed lives for generations.Decoding the Big Book, is sourced from "Writing the Big Book, by William Schaberg. We highly recommend this book. Click here to purchase the book on Amazon.You can learn more at William Schaberg's website.writingthebigbook.comWilliam Schaberg's You Tube ChannelAnd Awaken - Stings , Dark Star, Harlequin, Hidden Agenda by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license. https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1200102Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100635Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100534Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100331Artist: http://incompetech.com/Sneaky Snooper, In Motion by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license. https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Artist: http://audionautix.com/Prelude No. 5 and Prelude No. 20 by Chris Zabriskie is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license. https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Source: http://chriszabriskie.com/preludes/Artist: http://chriszabriskie.com/Support the show
Within the shadows, the hand that knocks reaches out to strangle the destiny of The Four Keeps. Come join us on Discord: https://discord.gg/ntaEjvc Consider supporting us on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/IndoorAdventures Merch: indooradventure.redbubble.com "The Four" Theme composed by Annabella Gelmetti: https://www.instagram.com/annabellamusic https://twitter.com/voxvim
The spoiler special is back after a long wait as frankly there hasn't been much out in the cinema thats worth spoiling, until now with Gareths Edwards long awaited new film, The Creator. Of course I can't talk about such a highly anticipated new sci fi film alone, oh no, I am jointed by Dustin and Jake from the Movie Bonerz podcast. On this one we talk about how we all are a bit mixed in it frankly. We talk about how certain plotting decisions became frustrating. We talk about how stunningly beautiful the film looks. We talk, stupid American soldiers, great dog acting plus the Dark Star joke. Did you spot it. IMDB page Movie Bonerz LintreeFVF Social linkstwitterinstagramTikTokAs ever please enjoy.Support the show
Deep within the plane of dreams, The Four Keeps discover the origin of ancient magics, and feel the trail of Dendar close behind them. Come join us on Discord: https://discord.gg/ntaEjvc Consider supporting us on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/IndoorAdventures Merch: indooradventure.redbubble.com "The Four" Theme composed by Annabella Gelmetti: https://www.instagram.com/annabellamusic https://twitter.com/voxvim
leading up to epiosde 100, this is Marvel vs DC. And to help me with my biased opinion for this episode, I'm joined by regular guest, Josh "The Darkstar" Greenwalt.Buzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREEDisclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Support the showSubscribe to On My Box + to listen to exclusive BONUS Episodes (https://www.buzzsprout.com/348632/subscribe)Follow the podcast on Instagram @ onmybox_podcast (https://www.instagram.com/onmybox_podcast/)Follow the podcast on Facebook @OnMyBoxPodcast (http://www.facebook.com/OnMyBoxPodcast) Follow Joe Greene on Twitter @JWGreene4 (https://twitter.com/JWGreene4)Music provided by Infraction No Copyright MusicSpotify: https://spoti.fi/3FqoNJ6
Auf Teufel komm raus: Wir reden über CATCH THE KILLER, fordern DER EXORZIST: BEKENNTNIS heraus, begleiten John Cena bei FREELANCE, suchen in THE LOST KING nach Richard III. und empfehlen LEAP OF FAITH: DER EXORZIST, um neue oder spannende Erkenntnisse zu einem der berühmtesten Horrorfilme der Welt zu erlangen. Und wo wir schon beim Thema Horror sind, machen Wolf, Etienne, David Brückner und Schröck auch direkt weiter. So geht es unter anderem um TOTALLY KILLER, FRIEDHOF DER KUSCHELTIERE: BLOODLINES, um THE POPE'S EXORCIST, DARK STAR, ENTER THE VOID oder MISERY, die alle per Streaming erhältlich sind. Aber auch das, was die Vier zuletzt gesehen haben, hat viel mit dem gruseligen oder finsteren Unterhaltungskino zu tun. So gibt's zu Beginn einen kleinen Plausch über TALK TO ME, NOWHERE oder COHERENCE, bevor dann auch noch mal auf das Angebot der verschiedenen Mediatheken eingegangen wird, die noch Titel wie KRABAT, EKEL, LETZTES JAHR IN MARIENBAD oder ALMOST FAMOUS am Start haben. And last but not least wollen wir auch noch auf den neuen Film von David eingehen, der heute erstmals bei uns zu Gast ist, um ein wenig über seinen neuesten Streifen RAPUNZELS FLUCH 2 zu plaudern, der ab dem 13.10. erhältlich ist. Herausgekommen ist dabei ein launiger Talk über Low Budget-Filme, die Befindlichkeiten des Horror-Publikums und welche Möglichkeiten sich ergeben, wenn man einfach mal macht. Und zu wirklich guter Letzt nehmen die Vier auch noch einmal Abschied von Synchronschauspieler Thomas Danneberg, der Ende September mit 81 Jahren verstorben ist und für viele von uns DIE Synchronstimme der Jugend war. Sei es wegen Arnold Schwarzenegger und Sylvester Stallone, sei es wegen John Travolta, Rutger Hauer oder John Cleese oder sei es wegen Dan Aykroyd und schließlich Terrence Hill. Wir sagen Danke, Herr Danneberg und wünschen Euch nun viel Vergnügen mit einem kleinen, mal mehr, mal weniger entspannten Kaffeekränzchen rund ums Thema Kino. Bleibt gesund, gut drauf und so anständig wie möglich, viel Spaß beim Film Eurer Wahl und passt auf, dass Ihr auf dem Heimweg nicht über einen vollbeweglichen Klasse-5-Dunst tackert. Rocket Beans wird unterstützt von Tchibo.
Charlie and Keith welcome on New York Blueprint and Eugene Dark Star to talk about qualifying for their first Nationals. The hosts also talk about the biggest stories and national implications from this past weekend and preview North Central Regionals.Tune in Sunday evening for a live Deep Look reactions podcast in the Ultiworld Discord!
The Karrishyk has arrived with only chaos in it's wake as The Four Keeps brace for impact at the edge of Limbo. Come join us on Discord: https://discord.gg/ntaEjvc Consider supporting us on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/IndoorAdventures Merch: indooradventure.redbubble.com "The Four" Theme composed by Annabella Gelmetti: https://www.instagram.com/annabellamusic https://twitter.com/voxvim
*** DOUBLE EPISODE ***Joined by guests, Josh "The Darkstar" Greenwalt, Jermey "The Superfan" Hall and Kyle "I Piss Excellence" Dycus, we first talk about the DCEU Flash Movie. Then as a bonus we hold a draft to come up with a list of our five worst superhero movies.Talked about The Flash on Episode #37: The Flashpoint Paradox Topic Challenge https://www.buzzsprout.com/348632/2779216Buzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREEDisclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Support the showSubscribe to On My Box + to listen to exclusive BONUS Episodes (https://www.buzzsprout.com/348632/subscribe)Follow the podcast on Instagram @ onmybox_podcast (https://www.instagram.com/onmybox_podcast/)Follow the podcast on Facebook @OnMyBoxPodcast (http://www.facebook.com/OnMyBoxPodcast) Follow Joe Greene on Twitter @JWGreene4 (https://twitter.com/JWGreene4)Music provided by Infraction No Copyright MusicSpotify: https://spoti.fi/3FqoNJ6
That's a nice podcast you have there. Where'd you get it? I've been looking at getting that one. Also do you want to see all the hair on my body? WELL YOU'RE IN LUCK because we're taking a trip into the weird and wonderful mind of Yorgos Lanthimos as we deep dive into THE KILLING OF A SACRED DEER, during our ongoing A24 SHUDsommar series! Along the way you'll get a metric TON of movie recs as we hadn't recorded in a while and let Cody and Curtis to their own devices (we try to limit the amount of devices they get, we swear). So grab a handful of pillow cases and take a shot in the dark with us! SKOL! 00:00 - 22:40ish - Intros & friendship! We discuss concerts we've been to (Beyonce, Metallica, Ghost), and strike stuff (bc f*ck the AMPTP). 22:40ish - 1:37:20 - The other stuff we watched this time (Cody got COVID and Curtis did Curtis stuff so please enjoy the litany of recs we send your way)! Austin: Insidious, Gran Turismo, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, Dreams in the Witch House, Tangled, and Resident Evil: Welcome to Racoon City. Lucas: American Gangster, Gangs of New York, In Bruges, Guy Ritchie's The Covenant, and The Two Towers. Curtis: Gran Turismo, River Wild, Grizzly, Zombie 3, V/H/S/99, Christine, Open Water, Halloween Ends & Halloween Kills, Dracula (1931), Dracula Dead and Loving It, Rob Zombie's Halloween II (Director's Cut), You Are So Not Invited to My Bat Mitzvah, Dark Star, John Carpenter's Vampires, John Carpenter's Village of the Damned, No Hard Feelings, In the Mouth of Madness, John Carpenter's Ghosts of Mars, Perpetrator, John Carpenter's Starman, Bottoms, Incantation, Cruel Jaws, and Decision to Leave. Cody: Curse of Chucky, Cult of Chucky, Cruel Jaws, Body Snatchers, Ticks, It (1990), Event Horizon, Night of the Living Dead (1990), Scarecrows, Hound of the Baskervilles (1959), Spider Baby, Pumpkinhead, Zombie 3, Lords of Salem, White Zombie, The Toxic Avenger, Evil Dead Trap, Slotherhouse, The Exorcist, The Nun, The Nun II, Ginger Snaps, The Angry Black Girl and Her Monster, The Addams Family & The Addams Family Values, Strays, and Cure. 1:37:20 - 2:22:00ish The Killing of a Sacred Deer SHUDdown and discussion! 2:22:00ish - End - Our next movie!