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And so, finally, we get to Summer 2023 Pod #10. The number of completion. We look at Parts 9-18 of Twin Peaks: The Return. We discuss how David Lynch managed the seemingly impossibly by matching Part 8 with the sheer brilliance of Part 18. And we discuss all the grace notes throughout. Secret Movie Club founder.programmer feels that TWIN PEAKS: THE RETURN ultimately is the greatest movie of 2017, one of the greatest features of the 21st century, and that TWIN PEAKS as a whole is one of the key cinematic works of the last 50 years. We also re-post SMC Pod #115 where the team discusses the mystery and marvel that is Tom Cruise, one of the most interesting and complicated of America's movie stars.
Megan returns! This week she and Dave talk about NIGHTMARE (13:18), Kjersti Helen Rasmussen's Norwegian horror film about a demon that lurks in dreams and tries to get itself birthed into the real world. They also talk about the much ballyhooed FAIR PLAY (30:04), Chloe Domont's sharp and complex erotic thriller about a seemingly happy couple (Phoebe Dynevor, Alden Ehrenreich) working for a hedge fund who get thrown a curveball when one of them becomes the other's boss. But before all that, Dave fills Megan in PAW PATROL: THE MIGHTY MOVIE (4:02). That's right! Dave managed to see another big-screen adaptation of his least favorite animated kids' show ever. And over on Patreon, Megan and Dave talk about David Lynch's first two films, ERASERHEAD and THE ELEPHANT MAN.
Charles Skaggs & Xan Sprouse watch Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me, the 1992 psychological horror film directed by David Lynch, featuring Sheryl Lee as Laura Palmer, Ray Wise as Leland Palmer, Moira Kelly as Donna Heyward, and Kyle MacLachlan as Special Agent Dale Cooper! Find us here:Twitter: @DrunkCinemaCast, @CharlesSkaggs, @udanax19 Facebook: @DrunkCinema Email: DrunkCinemaPodcast@gmail.com Listen and subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts and leave us a review!
"Entelechy" The work of the Ohio-born Sandy Bell is pure magic. I guess by now, you're getting the feeling I'm a big admirer of what she does. But the work that we're talking about which is so effortless and beautiful, was hard-fought and the journey to get where we are today with Sandy's songs, was fraught with some pretty heavy stuff. We'll let her tell you all about that, but along the way, she went West as many do, and along the way found herself writing songs with Jeff Buckley, which many....don't. She also fronted a band that was on the cusp of some potential '90s glory before she ghosted them, and as she dug her heels into L.A. life, she was also battling deeply serious addiction issues and for a while slipped way off the grid and was living off Hollywood Blvd and grappling with demons that were in a full-time flex of trying to destroy her. But they didn't. Moving to New York with her partner and producer Jeff Lipstein, Bell was revived, rejuvenated and ready to be the artist she was meant to. Her first album When I Leave Ohio is a stone cold stunner--it has the stillness of a Hopper painting and all the raw loneliness of Nick Drake. The follow up, Entelechy, which is a phrase borrowed from Aristotle, which refers to ‘'That which realizes or makes actual what is otherwise merely potential," is, quite simply, one of the best records you'll ever hear. Atmospheric, mesmeric and emotive, Entelechy is a textured song cycle that explores devastation and darkness with the probing eye of a philosopher and the atmospheric lens of a filmmaker. In other words, think David Lynch collaborating with Plato on music that sounds like Karen Dalton fronting the Bad Seeds. It's regenerative, restorative, terrifying, comforting and powered by an enormous heart that beats with hope. Sandy has collaborated with everyone from Rachel Yamagata to Bat For Lashes and now, she's collaborating with us. www.sandybell.com (http://www.sandybell.com) www.bombshellradio.com (http://www.bombshellradio.com) www.stereoembersmagazine.com (http://www.stereoembersmagazine.com) www.embersarts.com (http://www.embersarts.com) Twitter: @emberseditor Instagram: @emberspodcast Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Interview with guitarist Mike Baggetta on his new album with mssv mssv is releasing their second studio album Human Reaction in their typical style: with a 58-show tour in the U.S. and parts of Canada (dates below). The band, composed of guitarist Mike Baggetta, Stephen Hodges (Tom Waits, David Lynch) on drums and avant-punk icon mike watton bass, creates music that is a heretofore unimagined hybrid of a punk power-trio and a dreamy experimental rock band, though they prefer the term “post-genre.” Human Reaction is being released by BIG EGO Records as a digital download, 12” LP vinyl, and via streaming platformson September 1. Recorded mostly on May Day immediately following that last tour, Human Reaction traverses a deeply broad sonic landscape, as expected from this nearly unclassifiable group, though with even deeper twists and turns. With inventively churning drum textures from Hodges (an instantly identifiable sound honed in his days with Tom Waits and David Lynch) and the full-steam-ahead all-in attitude from watt, (as he's displayed throughout his storied career with MINUTEMEN, fIREHOSE, and Iggy & The Stooges), there is still the impression of “pressure, combustion,power, and hissing clouds of sonic poetry,” as Premier Guitar said. Also evident is the more fearless exploring that comes from a band that has spent a lot of time together crafting their vision, as well as making room for guests like J Mascis, Petra Haden and Nels Cline on some of their previous releases. Baggetta has had the pleasure of working all over the world with a wide range of visionary musicians across many generations, including David Torn, Jim Keltner, Nels Cline, Psychic Temple, Jeff Coffin, Henry Kaiser, Petra Haden, Rev. Fred Lane, Donny McCaslin, Darcy James Argue's Secret Society, Joseph C. Philips' Numinous, Imani Uzuri, Viktor Krauss, David Wax Museum, Julian Lage, Jon Irabagon, Jerome Harris, Tom Harrell, Eivind Opsvik, Jeremy Udden,and Ruth Brown among many others. mikebaggetta.com https://mainsteamstopvalve.com Tickets to OCT 7th mssv at Beachland Tavern Cleveland OH https://www.beachlandballroom.com/e/13205278/mssv-c-level/
One of the most notorious – and least seen – erotic narrative films of the 90s, Boxing Helena was the misbegotten passion project of Jennifer Lynch, daughter of David Lynch. Four years after Boxing Helena, the elder Lynch released one of his most controversial films, Lost Highway, which tackles similar themes as Boxing Helena, including male sexual fragility and the “Madonna-Whore” complex. Today we'll talk about how Boxing Helena became bigger as a punchline than a movie, and we'll trace David Lynch's career as a provocateur to try to explain why his excavation of the dark, sexual core of Americana was celebrated when he made Blue Velvet, and pilloried a dozen years later when he made Lost Highway. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Tom Sizemore is a tragic Hollywood tale. After bursting onto the scene in a variety of scene-stealing characters turns opposite Stallone in Lock-Up, Wesley Snipes in Passenger 57, and a cool bit part in Point Break, Sizemore quickly became a hot item. He stole the show as the venal cop Jack Scagnetti in Oliver Stone's Natural Born Killers, followed by a memorable role in Michael Mann's Heat. Still, his career was briefly jeopardized by a crippling addiction to drugs. He overcame his issues with a triumphant turn in Saving Private Ryan, followed by roles in Black Hawk Down, Pearl Harbor and more. Sadly, his drug addiction again reared its ugly head, and soon his career hit the skids following several high-profile drug arrests and some drama in his personal life.While some of the allegations against Sizemore are incredibly disturbing, the fact remains that even at his worst, when Sizemore was able to clean himself up, he was still capable of standout work, such as his role in David Lynch's Twin Peaks revival. While a significant comeback seems unlikely at this point, Sizemore's filmography still contains tons of substantial parts, and when he was at his best, very few character actors could touch him. We dig into his life and career in this week's episode of WTF Happened to this Celebrity…
"Lost in the Sauce" | Lucas is joined by artist, musician and occultist Bat St. Chip to talk the unforgettable television experience that is Twin Peaks as well as explore some of the reality-bending theories put forth in co-writer Mark Frost's epistolary novel 'The Secret History of Twin Peaks'. Pour yourself a cup of good, hot, black coffee and tune in as they investigate atom bombs and aliens alike! You may even catch a David Lynch impression (or two). In other words: Fakers walk with me!
This guest made me float. It's an unusual episode. Today's guest is Julee Cruise and was recorded in April of 2019. For reasons I have forgotten, the episode was delayed and ended up slipping through the cracks in an old Work In Progress file. Unfortunately we lost Julee in June of 2022. In this episode, Julee is very candid about her work. You'll find out why, early on in the discussion. She talks about how she got into singing, acting, and playing the french horn. And although she didn't want to spend too much time discussing her work with David Lynch, she does talk about meeting him, the first thing he ever said to her, and trying to get him to sing. She did get a record deal based on her work on Blue Velvet but that's not where the strangeness ends. At one point, she was guest on a TV show overseas, seated next to Muammar Gaddafi! Julee also talks about the luxury of touring with the B-52's and the moments when she had some severe performance anxiety. She released two albums that were heavy on the David Lynch sound. However, she had much more involvement in her final two albums, which deserved a lot more recognition than they seemed to get. Please check them all out. You definitely won't regret it and you might actually be surprised! Remember to give us a follow @PerformanceAnx on X & Instagram. You can show us a little love with coffee money at ko-fi.com/performanceanxiety or purchasing merch at performanceanx.threadless.com. Now get ready to float into the night with Julee Cruise on Performance Anxiety on the Pantheon Podcast Network. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The 2023 Seattle International Film Festival was held on May 11-21. Ron was able to receive press credentials and had the opportunity to check out several short films and a few features. Ron met with Director Peter Collins Campbell to chat about his extraordinary short horror film Variations On A Theme. Peter cites David Lynch and David Cronenberg as influences.September 2023 updates from Peter:He's still looking for funding for the Variations On A Theme feature film. The delivery guy script is now called GRIND.Peter Collins Campbellhttps://www.imdb.com/name/nm5232266/?ref_=fn_al_nm_1https://vimeo.com/ Search for Peter Collins Campbell Director Seattle International Film Festival https://www.siff.net/Variations On A Theme will be showing atBeyondFest October 7, 2023 Los Angeles, CA NEON Theater at Los Feliz 3https://beyondfest.com/2023-films/Brooklyn Horror Film Festival October 12-19, 2023https://brooklynhorrorfest.com/2023-lineup/Chicago International Film Festival October 11-22, 2023Check web site for showtimes:https://www.chicagofilmfestival.com/festival/all-films-list/Dimland Directed by Peter Collins Campbell (2021)IMDB: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt13983486/Available on Paramount+ and VODAfter Hours Directed by Martin Scorsesehttps://www.imdb.com/find/?q=after%20hours&ref_=nv_sr_smThe Wrath of the iOtiansEmail: email@example.comInstagram: thewrathoftheiotiansTwitter: @OfiOtiansLinktree: https://linktr.ee/wrathoftheiotianspodcastWebsite: https://thewrathoftheiotians.buzzsprout.com/
On #593, I speak with the poet Ryler Dustin about creating new forms of sanctification and representing rural landscapes with familiarity without fetishizing or satirizing the setting. We probably digressed into a discussion of David Lynch's Twin Peaks.
Paul, Shawn and Jason get together again to talk about the films of David Lynch, this time chatting about perhaps the craziest pair of back-to-back releases ever to hit cinemas. Dune is a giant WTF film, and although it can be enjoyed as spectacle and a grant attempt at something great, it's a big swing and a miss. Blue Velvet, OTOH, is a perfect film - a point all three guys agree about - and so they geek out over what makes Blue Velvet so special. "I Don't Know If You're A Detective Or A Pervert" --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/jason-sacks/message
Impeachment! Nixon! Influencers! Aliens? Social media: Mars on Life: @marsonlifeshow on Twitter and Instagram Ryan Mancini: @mancinira (Twitter) and @manciniryan (Instagram) Andrew Martinez: @andrewomartinez (Twitter) Matt Fernandez: @matt_fern (Twitter) and @thewoodseyninja (Instagram) Artwork by Zachary Erberich (@zacharyerberichart) "Space X-plorers" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 Licensehttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/mars-on-life-show/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/mars-on-life-show/support
Today we continue our TWIN PEAKS masterwork series by looking at 2017's TWIN PEAKS: THE RETURN Parts 1-8. Founder.Programmer Craig Hammill talks about how David Lynch and Mark Frost telegraphed their ambition with the VERY FIRST Twin Peaks episode/pilot in 1989. Lynch's expanded vision which encompasses all of America married to Kyle Machlachlan's commitment to 5 different roles (!!) married to avant garde masterpiece parts like Part 8 make THE RETURN the greatest movie of 2017 and one of the great 21st century masterworks for Craig. We also repost SMC Pod #10000 recorded April 1, 2021 which was our first attempt at an April's Fool's episode where we wanted to make ya' laugh.
What could be surreal about becoming a father? David Lynch explores this and the Fried Squirms are there to take it in as they watch ERASERHEAD. Support our Patreon! www.patreon.com/FriedSquirms Listen to more Fried Squirms at www.friedsquirms.com Check out all earVVyrm podcasts at www.earvvyrm.com Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Jacqueline Castel is an internationally award-winning director, screenwriter, and curator based in NYC. Her short film work has been featured at more than fifty festivals worldwide, including Sundance, SXSW, Rotterdam, BAMcinemaFest, Sitges, and Fantasia. She has written for and directed cult auteurs John Carpenter and Jim Jarmusch, and collaborated on a film with David Lynch for his Festival of Disruption in 2018. Her most recent short film, a portrait of Cannes award-winning actor Caleb Landry Jones, debuted on NOWNESS in 2021. Castel's work has appeared in The New York Times, The BBC, Dazed, VICE, Italian Vogue, Interview Magazine, and on AMC's Shudder. She earned her BFA with honors at the Tisch School of the Arts at NYU. My Animal is her feature film debut. artistdecoded.com jacquelinecastel.com instagram.com/jacquelinecastel myanimalfilm.com
SMC founder.programmer Craig Hammill talks about his personal favorite movies of the 21st century including Catch Me If You Can, Zodiac, No Country For Old Men, Un Prophete, Boyhood, Lovers Rock among several others. He notes how watching recent masterpieces can help give a current moviemaker the faith and belief necessary to commit to cinema in the current strange moment. David Lynch's and Mark Frost's Twin Peaks: The Return (which Craig considers one of the great 21st century movies) will get talked about at length next week in SMC Summer Pod #8. We also repost SMC Pod #96 about the Wachowski's Speed Racer and the wonderful phenomenon of movies that get re-appraised, re-considered over time.
In this episode, Jordan and Dave read e-mails from who? E-mails from you! Topics include They Might Be Giants love songs! Fingertips theories! Reactions to our John Henry episodes, including theories on End of the Tour and Destination Moon! Condoms! Metallica! The Rheostatics! Frank Black! David Lynch! Comic books! Horror movies! The future of the podcast! Dave's new album! Jordan's old...! That's it! Plus, we discuss the latest TMBG news and weather! This episode is our precious gift to all of our wonderful listeners! Keep writing in and keep righting on! --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/dontletsstart/support
Will, Adam, and Ryan watched David Lynch's Mulholland Drive (2001). It's the story of a woman who moves to Hollywood and is eaten up, chewed out, and sucked off by the system. IMDb: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0166924/ Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jbZJ487oJlY
HQ is no stranger to investigations and the weirdness it can bring. However, when you have a case and story created by the enigmatic David Lynch, even the team at HQ prepares themselves more than usual. Listen as Bryant and Kaitlinne provide their debrief for classic neo-noir film, Blue Velvet, their first David Lynch assignment. *The first portion of the episode is spoiler free* Make sure to follow us: Twitter and Instagram- @opsilverscreen Facebook- Operation: Silver Screen
This episode of Across The Margin : The Podcast presents an interview with musician Mike Baggetta, one third of the experimental rock/punk band Main Steam Stop Valve (mssv). mssv recently released their second studio album, Human Reaction, a captivating collection of songs that is the focus of this episode. The band, composed of guitarist Mike Baggetta, Stephen Hodges on drums, and Mike Watt on bass, creates music that is an unimagined hybrid of a punk power-trio and a dreamy experimental rock band, though they prefer the term “post-genre.” Recorded mostly on May Day immediately following their last tour, Human Reaction traverses a deeply broad sonic landscape, as expected from this nearly unclassifiable group. With inventively churning drum textures from Hodges (an instantly identifiable sound honed in his days with Tom Waits and David Lynch) and the full-steam-ahead all-in attitude from Watt, (as he's displayed throughout his storied career with MINUTEMEN, fIREHOSE, and The Stooges), there is still the impression of “pressure, combustion, power, and hissing clouds of sonic poetry,” as Premier Guitar puts it. Also evident is the more fearless exploring that comes from a band that has spent a lot of time together crafting their vision. In this episode host Michael Shields and Mike Baggetta discuss the origins of mssv before diving in deeply about how their second album came to life on the road. They discuss the band's lyrical awakening featured on the album, working on music with Nels Cline, the forthcoming 58 date fall tour, and so much more. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In a Character Debates episode that should be turned into a movie, Disney CEO Bob Iger debates a starving out of work actor on if actors are overpaid! In this one, they discuss if actors should be paid appropriately for auditions, background work, and when they have sex with producers for roles! All judged by cult film directopr David Lynch! Moderator: Michael Harrison Bob Iger: Jason Salmon Mick Dagger: Marcus Monroe David Lynch: Jake Vevera
30 Days FULL TRANSCENDENCE PROGRAM - 20% OFF https://courses.raphaelreiter.com/30-days-full-transcendence-course?coupon=PRE-RELEASE-SPECIAL-OFFER FREE TRANSCENDENT MEDITATION COURSE: https://www.mindbodyheartspirit.com/freecourse Daily Meditations: https://www.patreon.com/raphaelreiter FREE WEEKLY LETTER BY RAPHAEL: https://www.raphaelreiter.com If you would like to support the channel, you can buy me a coffee via: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/raph Connect with me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/raphael.reiter "Great acts are made up of small deeds." - Lao Tzu Explanation: Lao Tzu in this quote urges us to recognize the importance of small, daily actions. Big achievements are not usually the result of a single, monumental effort, but rather the accumulation of small steps taken consistently over time. This perspective encourages patience, persistence, and appreciation of the small tasks and activities that make up our lives. Every small deed is a part of the journey to achieving great acts. Actionable Item: Choose a long-term goal you have. Break it down into small, manageable steps that you can do daily or weekly. Remember, each small deed contributes to your overall goal. Journaling Prompt: Think of a big achievement in your life. What were the small deeds that led to this great act? How did each contribute to your success? Please note that I am not affiliated to transcendental mediation, the tm organisation, maharishi nor David Lynch. I do not share their values and beliefs. My opinion is always: beware of Gurus - trust your instincts! KEEP SHINING! Love + SOUL HUGS Raphael Reiter
Everybody Wants Supper!! This week, the boys are back and ready to play ball. Your hosts discuss the good, the bad and the weird of baseball media. Fond memories are shared. More memories are made and the national passtime is celebrated. Dan Cortez is also discussed in 2023 somehow. Then, the boys review the 2016 Richard Linklater film, "Everybody Wants Some!!," a spiritual sequel to both "Dazed and Confused" and "Boyhood." It has everything -- short shorts, end credit raps, stoner chat, Twilight Zone tapes and everything else, but very little baseball. All this plus Parker decieves his wife, Sean fails to decieve Parker, Tom from Adelaide calls in and so much more! Direct Donloyd And don't forget to join the Patreon for the new, hit bonus podcast, The Bookhouse Boys, where everyone likes David Lynch!
This is a re-upload as the original episode was last week's recording! It's BJP's fault!!! On this week's episode we talk about David Lynch and horror emojis before Brandy Joe gets bored to death with Tentacles and Jeremy gets the perfect fit with Slaxx. Time Markers: Tentacles - 36:27 // Slaxx - 49:46 We'd love to hear from you! Send your terrorgrams to email@example.com. Also, check out all the other awesome shows coming at you from the Planet Ant/Planet Ant Podcast multiverse! For merch & more: https://linktr.ee/scaringissharing Find out more at https://scaring-is-sharing.pinecast.co
SMC founder.programmer Craig Hammill continues the podcast summer mini-series deep dive into David Lynch's & Mark Frost's TWIN PEAKS. Today we talk about Lynch's 1992 feature film TWIN PEAKS: FIRE WALK WITH ME and the 90 minutes he cut out that he later released in 2014 as THE MISSING PIECES. Fire Walk With Me was initially met with near universal dislike. Now it is considered one of Lynch's greatest and most essential movies. Craig also notes how strangely the changes Lynch had to make to get the movie across the finish line helped the movie get more focused and more intense. Then we repost SMC Podcast #86. In this pod, we get to hear the "lost podcasts" recorded in 2018-2019, with friends of SMC that include screenwriters Matt Olsen, Steve Grest, and fellow USC film school grad Brian Hatfield. They represent the kind of wide-ranging movie conversations that great movies can kindle. Alfred Hitchcock's Shadow of a Doubt, Rear Window, and possibly the greatest of all Star Trek movies Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan get discussed. There's also lots of laughter.
Since he was elected president in 2020, President Joe Biden has shifted course on something that impacts all of our lives: trade policy. Breaking with his predecessors on the right and the left, President Biden has reshaped our approach to trade, focusing on industrial policy and workers, not consumers. David Lynch from the Washington Post explains why. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Andrew MacDonald's adventurous career packs as many twists and turns as a Hollywood movie. Coming from humble origins in the north of England, Andrew moved to London's Soho district to begin his career in optical effects, before getting into VFX and being lured to Hollywood to work for big VFX companies, including Digital Domain and Method. In this rollercoaster of a podcast, Andrew talks about the ups and downs of his life and the ebbs and flows of the VFX industry. He shares stories of working with directors including Tony Kaye, Terry Gilliam, and David Lynch, speaks about how taking risks — including sneaking into a Welsh party — led to career success, and ultimately reveals how he's found contentment and happiness.
Welcome to You Haven't Blanked That! This week, we watched Tetsuo: The Iron Man. We talk about scleroderma, David Lynch meets Evil Dead and the Terminator, who recommended the movie to Jimmy, drill dick, Mandy, Bitch get out the room, the sequels, Visitor Q, Danzig, Horror, Stephen King, Corey Feldman. What are we blanking: Grosse Pointe Blank, John Hughes movies, Ready Player Two, Twisted Metal, Soylent Green, Stay Tuned, The Outlaws, The Making of a Motion Picture Masterpiece, 65, My Adventures with Superman, Prank Panel, All Hallows, Harley Quinn, Paramore and Linda Lindas, Maggie Moore(s), Supernatural Convention, Death in Paradise, Futurama, Atom Eve, All the Sinners Bleed, Sounds of Freedom, Medieval Times. Opening theme by the Assassins Closing theme by Lucas Perea For more info, click the link in the bio. https://linktr.ee/yhblankthat --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/blanked-that/message
On episode 30 of Really Weird Stuff, we're discussing Twin Peaks Season 2, Episode 23: "Beyond Life and Death". This episode was written by Mark Frost, Robert Engels, Harley Peyton, and David Lynch (uncredited). It was directed by David Lynch. This episode is best known for being the last episode of the original ABC series run, and for having the most frustrating cliffhanger in television history. Very special guest Leeni Ramadan joins us to explore such mysteries as:WHAT is the significance of the Red Room decor?WHY is Harry so uncommunicative with the guy who is trying to feed him?WHERE are Gersten and Harriet Hayward? SERIOUSLY.PLUS: How IS Annie?Ladies and Gentlemen, the Roadhouse is proud to welcome: Leeni Ramadan! https://www.reallyweirdstuffpod.cominsta: @reallyweirdstuffpod twitter: @reallyweirdpod facebook: @reallyweirdstuffpodcast email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Today in the ArtZany Radio studio Paula Granquist welcomes renowned painter and chromist David Copson and from ArtOrg Studios Dave Machacek and artist and chromist Dan Woodward to discuss fine-art printing and the story of a 130-year-old French printing press. ArtOrg website:https://artorg.com French Press video: IDEM PARIS by DAVID LYNCH
As our Summer podcast series heads into the back stretch, founder.programmer Craig Hammill decides to devote the remaining 4 summer pods to a deep dive into each phase/cycle of David Lynch's magnum opus Twin Peaks which now comprises two tv seasons, a movie, and a limited series on cable. If last week was a kind of general prologue, this week Craig deep dives into television seasons #1 and #2 which aired on ABC 1990-1991. Craig specifically focuses on how the poorly received back half of season 2 when Lynch stepped away from the series set the gears in motion for Lynch and co-creator Mark Frost to re-focus/re-center the show with the Season #2 finale. This in turn set up the 1992 Lynch directed feature FIRE WALK WITH ME which in turn set up 2017's TWIN PEAKS: THE RETURN (all of which will get discussed in the next few episodes). Then we re-post SMC Pod #85. This was our first pod devoted to a long form conversation of a Secret Movie Club filmmaker of the year-here ultra prolific German auteur Rainer Werner Fassbinder. Editor Andrew Groves joins the conversation and adds deep rich detail.
“Oh! You are sick!” After our hiatus from being stuck in a radiator for a year, WE'RE BACK and wetter than ever! Chickens ooze and mouth sperm abound as interplanetary barnacle men, Sophie and Caitlin, take care of the sick, wheezing, and weird baby that is David Lynch's debut surrealist classic, Eraserhead (1977).
For our final road trip in Season 25, Holiday Road, we are throwing on the snakeskin jacket and hitting the Yellow Brick Road with David Lynch’s Wild at Heart. Is it the artist movie we’ve seen this season? For sure. Is it the best? Well, you’ll have to tune in and find out! And prepare yourself for the sleaziest character in Pick Six history! 00:00:00 – 00:01:55 – Welcome to the Show with Chad 00:01:56 – 00:22:39 – The Early Life of David Lynch and the History of Wild at Heart 00:22:40 – End – Discussing Wild at Heart Thanks for listening and be sure to subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Pandora, iHeartRadio, Podchaser, Google Podcasts, and on Android here. Catch up with all the old episodes right here! The post S25E06:Wild at Heart first appeared on Legion.
If you're listening to this episode, then YOU DID IT! YOU HEARD EVERYTHING SEASON 2 HAS TO OFFER! Check out the last of our S2 deleted scenes, in which we discuss state university fire alarm protocols and off-campus housing shenanigans, critical crying techniques to preserve your makeup, birds with impeccable comedic timing, Antonio Palacios' experience in filmmaking and the DVD censorship business, the Unofficial Willem Dafoe Bad Art Short Film Festival (derazzled.com/festival), the cacophonous struggles of recording a podcast, how true crime feels so much harder to take in as a documentary as opposed to a podcast, suspicions of butter, and additional thoughts about AI in film. We hope you enjoy! All Hail The Egg! For more information on ways you can support the WGA and SAG-AFTRA strikes, check out https://entertainmentcommunity.org/ Stuff Mentioned In This Episode: Marvel Studios, AMPTP, IATSE, Stitcher, Tom Hanks, The Whale, Brendan Fraser, Marmaduke, Elvis, Austin Butler, Baz Luhrmann, The Great Gatsby, Oddjob, The Blue Lagoon, Flowers In The Attic, Castaway, Jake Lloyd, Assassin's Creed, Johnny Depp, Sleepy Hollow, Caligula, Bob Guccione, CleanFlix, Geoff Johns, Batman, Grant Morrison, DC Comics, Scooby Doo, Peanuts, Winnie The Pooh: Blood & Honey, James Gunn, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Freddie Prinze Jr, Matthew Lilliard, Linda Cardellini, The Impact, F.I.S.T., Hearts Of Fire, Bob Dylan, Showgirls, Olivia Newton-John, Sandra Day O'Connor, Last Podcast on the Left, Behind the Bastards, The Thief and the Cobbler, Harvey Weinstein, Don Hertzfeld, The Simpsons, NOPE, Get Out, Us, Jordan Peele, Midsommar, The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, Beau is Afraid, Lolita, Tenet, From Beyond, Bloodsport, Christopher Nolan, Stanley Kubrick, Donald Trump, Forest Whitaker, Inception, David Lynch, Hank Azeria, Mel Blanc, Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Bloodrayne, Twin Peaks, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, LOST, Zeus, Hades, Everything Everywhere All At Once, Halt and Catch Fire, Lee Pace, Scoot McNeary, Marilyn Monroe, Mulholland Drive, Ana de Armas --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/derazzled/support
Team Deakins is joined by talented production designer Ruth De Jong (OPPENHEIMER, NOPE, MANCHESTER BY THE SEA). A creative scion of the accomplished production designer Jack Fisk, Ruth explains how Jack recruited her to assist him on THERE WILL BE BLOOD and the subsequent ten year partnership in which he was her mentor. She later reflects on how she's grown after each project as well as how to stay malleable after the train that is production leaves the station. Ruth also describes the invigorating responsibility she felt to deliver on OPPENHEIMER after Christopher Nolan cut days from the schedule to balance the film's budget and the timely encouragement he gave her deep in production. She also shares her experiences working on TWIN PEAKS: THE RETURN and how she worked off illustrations and paintings created by David Lynch to build and design the series' many scenes. - This episode is sponsored by TrueCut Motion & Dallas Film Commission & Falca Instagram: @truecutmotion & @dallasfilmcommission & @falcagram - Recommended Viewing: OPPENHEIMER
A inicios de julio de 1908, Hazel Drew renunció sin ninguna razón aparente a su trabajo. Unos días después, fue encontrada muerta: su cuerpo estaba flotando en un estanque de la ciudad de Nueva York.Este misterio ha sido causa de muchas teorías sobre su muerte: un posible suicidio, un asesinato y múltiples sospechosos. En este episodio vamos a hablar de cómo su caso parece haber servido de inspiración para una de las series más llamativas de la televisión: Twin Peaks.