1981 film by John Carpenter
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Episode 195: “Escape From New York” (1981): Movie Review This episode, Chris and Derek go back and watch the 1981 John Carpenter movie, “Escape From New York”. They discuss the cast, the plot, direction, production notes and the box office performance of the movie. For the trivia segment of the show, Chris gets Derek to […]
Spooky season has begun and this week Gavin and Louie dissect the career of Master of Horror himself, John Carpenter! From Halloween to The Thing, from They Live to The Ward, from The Fog to Elvis they cover it all! Baby, you can't Escape from New York, so don't listen to this one alone! If you have any questions/comments/suggestions for the show, follow us on twitter @TheMixedReviews, like us on Facebook, e-mail us at email@example.com, visit our Instagram for extra content, or stop by our shop and pick up some podcast merchandise! Don't forget to subscribe to us on iTunes, Stitcher Radio, Spotify, Podchaser, Audible, or Google.
In this week's flagship Lions of Liberty podcast, Marc is joined by the man who has produced so much amazing art in the liberty world - including the promo images for Marc's month of debates back in August - Danny from TopLobsta! Marc and Danny discuss how Trump's presence got him interested in politics, just in time to see many of his friends and family radically altered by "Trump Derangement Syndrome." They discuss the origins of the "Top Lobsta" moniker, why Danny is currently in the midst of escaping from his lifelong home in Brooklyn, New York, how he started the "Top Lobsta" side hustle, and so much more! Create more LIBERTY in your own life by joining myself, Pete Quinones, Brian McWilliams, John Odermatt and more entrepreneurs over at the Nomad Network! Invest in your future with iTrustCapital and use code LIONS for 1 month FREE Get access to all of our bonus audio content, livestreams, behind-the-scenes segments and more for as little as $5 per month by joining the Lions of Liberty Pride on Patreon OR support us on Locals! Patrons also get 20% off all merchandise at the Lions of Liberty Store, including our hot-off-the-press Hands Up Don't Nuke! T-Shirt! Get 25% off your selection of the AMAZING CBD products over at PalomaVerdeCBD.com and use discount code "ROAR" at checkout! Check out the other Lions-hosted podcasts: Second Print Comics podcast with Marc Clair and Remso Martinez The BOHRing podcast with Brian, Odie, Howie and Rico
We have made it to episode 70! And just like we do every ten episodes we are talking about a movie and its sequel. This time we are talking about John Carpenter's iconic protagonist, played by the legendary Kurt Russell, Snake Plissken! To help up with that we are joined by Video CULTure's staff writer (and Carpenter superfan) Patrick Bartlett.
In our latest episode, regular hosts Haitch and Jason are joined by the creator of Netflix' The End of the F#%@ing World and I Am Not OK with This and co-host of hit podcast Bat & Spider, Chuck Forsman, and by co-host of the Cinenauts podcast and Dune Pod graphic artist, Ctcher. On this episode, we continue our John Carpenter Triple Feature, with his 1981 classic dystopian sci-fi action movie that catapulted Kurt Russell's career, Escape from New York. Chapters Introduction (00:00:00) Dune News (00:04:49) Roundtable Discussion (00:09:55) Your Letters (00:58:22) Notes and Links Read our episode transcripts! Check out our transcripts every week on the Dune Pod Medium page. Join the Dune Pod Discord Server! Hang out with Haitch, Jason, guest hosts, and other friends of the pod. Check out the invite here. Dune Pod is a TAPEDECK Podcasts Jawn! Dune Pod is a member of TAPEDECK Podcasts, a collaboration of podcasts, featuring tons of talent you have heard on Dune Pod, including: 70mm (a podcast for film lovers), Bat & Spider (low rent horror and exploitation films), Cinenauts (exploring the Criterion Collection), Lost Light (Transformers comics and movies), Will Run For (obsessing about running), and Film Hags (a podcast about movies hosted by four hag friends). Check these pods out!. Tim O'Reilly's 1977 biography Frank Herbert See the movies we've watched and are going to watch on Letterboxd Dune Pod's Breaking Dune News Twitter list Rate and review the podcast to help others discover it, and let us know what you think of the show at firstname.lastname@example.org or leave us a voicemail at +1-415-534-5211. Dune Pod: your one stop shop to get ready for the new Dune movie by delving into the books, as well as the films featuring its cast and crew. Dune neophytes and hardcores alike are welcome. Follow @dunepod on Twitter and Instagram Music by Tobey Forsman of Whipsong Music Cover art by @ctcher Transcripts by Sophie Shin The episode was edited by Maria Passingham of EditAudio Dune Pod is a TAPEDECK Podcasts Jawn Dune Pod is a production of Haitch Industries
In this week's episode, we're exploring what happens when you take a charming Canadian slasher film and reimagine it as much, much worse: you'll get the 2008 movie "Prom Night" (and you'll deserve it!) Special topics for your consideration include: "that guy from that thing," a message to teens from your pals here at Werewolf Ambulance, a lil trip to Candy Corner, life as a prom DJ and all that is Idris Elba. We've put in some time with the "Prom Night" series. You can hear it on Episode 162 with the original, and Episode 257 with the sequel, the delightfully-named "Hello Mary Lou: Prom Night 2." Find us online: Support us at patreon.com/werewolfambulance and get bonus episodes about action movies-- we just released our episode on "Escape From New York" and it was a lot of fun. Buy merch for yourself or those you love at www.teepublic.com/user/werewolfambulance on Reddit at r/werewolfambulance on Facebook at facebook.com/werewolfambulance on Twitter @werebulance on Instagram @werewolfambulance. email@example.com If you liked this, please leave us a review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen! It helps others find us and allows us to continue to grow. Intro song is by Alex Van Luvie Outro song is A. Wallis- "EMT" Seriously, we have the best listeners, hands down. Werewolf Ambulance is a horror movie comedy podcast.
Elle Charisse is a language podcaster (she hosts Speaking Tongues), language lover, and foodie. She's a New York woman through and through! We discuss * why and how life in New York is different from the movie version we're often sold * how to engage with New York's wealth of languages and native speakers respectfully * what a "woman of the world" is and who the most glamorous woman in Elle's life is * how reading books, learning languages, and eating food from other places all gives us that happy escapist buzz If you want to hear more episodes with a fantastic New York woman, check out my previous guest Ellen Jovin. Click here to see more about Ellen (https://www.fluent.show/guests/ellen) Love the show? Rate & Review it here (https://lovethepodcast.com/0dH1NG) Where do you listen? Take a photo of where you're listening to the Fluent Show and share it on social media to say hello! Here's where you can tag me: * Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/thefluentshow * Instagram: http://instagram.com/kerstin_fluent/ and #thefluentshow Special Guest: Elle Charisse.
John and Hunter revisit John Carpenter's Escape From L.A., his tepidly received remake/sequel to Escape From New York. How does it hold up years later? How did it so accurately predict what L.A. would be like today? Is Snake playing basketball cool? All shall be revealed.
This week the boys are joined by Em from Verbal Diorama and all three are sent to save the President from inmates of a Prison Island that used to be Manhattan. Our heroes learn about the sentence for stabbing a Priest with a fork as well as what Ernest Borgnine attested his long life to (The answer WILL surprise you).--- Verbal Diorama is the podcast all about the history and legacy of movies you know, and movies you don't!You can find all of Em's links on her website at: https://www.verbaldiorama.com/links---Escape from New York (stylized on-screen as John Carpenter's Escape from New York) is a 1981 American science fiction action film co-written, co-scored and directed by John Carpenter. It stars Kurt Russell, Lee Van Cleef, Donald Pleasence, Ernest Borgnine, Isaac Hayes, Adrienne Barbeau, and Harry Dean Stanton.The film's storyline, set in the near-future world of 1997, concerns a crime-ridden United States, which has converted Manhattan Island in New York City into the country's maximum-security prison. Air Force One is hijacked by insurgents and is deliberately crashed in New York City. Ex-soldier and current federal prisoner Snake Plissken (Russell) is given just 24 hours to go in and rescue the President of the United States, after which, if successful, Snake will be pardoned.Carpenter wrote the film in the mid-1970s in reaction to the Watergate scandal. After the success of Halloween (1978), he had enough influence to begin production and filmed it mainly in St. Louis, Missouri, on an estimated budget of $6 million. Debra Hill and Larry J. Franco served as the producers. The film was co-written by Nick Castle, who had collaborated with Carpenter by portraying Michael Myers in Halloween.Released in the United States on July 10, 1981, the film received positive reviews from critics and was a commercial success, grossing more than $25 million at the box office. The film was nominated for four Saturn Awards, including Best Science Fiction Film and Best Direction. The film became a cult classic and was followed by a sequel, Escape from L.A. (1996), which was also directed and written by Carpenter and starred Russell, but was much less favourably received.Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/100things)
For over 40 years, Adrienne Barbeau has established an unrivaled legacy in genre films like “The Fog,” “Escape From New York,” “Creepshow,” “Swamp Thing,” and countless others. Tune in to hear all about filming these classics, her memorable first encounter with John Carpenter, and her thoughts on being referred to as a “horror icon.”
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Join Rik and Danny on War Rocket Ajax for another wild ride into movie greatness. This time the guys tell you the reasons to check out the 1981 John Carpenter classic Escape From New York! Click here to WATCH the VIDEO VERSION:https://youtu.be/iMgjUG8-u6E Facebook grouphttps://www.facebook.com/groups/1014048278634156/?ref=share Hail Ming on YouTubehttps://youtube.com/channel/UCUR76uetiz5xvZA-T7AhVAg On Instagram@hail_ming_power_hour
Join us as we go back 40 years to a movie that looked ahead 18 years, to a time that is now 24 years ago, as we look at the John Carpenter cult classic - Escape from NY. The year is 1997, and the president of a tyrannical United States has had his plane hijacked and crashed into the maximum security prison formerly known as New York City. The security of the world depends on saving the president and ensuring the new world order stays intact. The government known for good decision making, decides to extort a former Special Forces veteran and world renown criminal Snake Plissken to save the president. Snake has 24 hours to accomplish this feat or die. Snake manages to avoid sewer dwelling scavengers and barbarian clad crooks on his journey through NY. Finally with the help of some old frenemies, he battles it out against a pimped-out version of Chef from South Park to save the President of the United States. Will Snake make it out alive? Does he trust his government to keep their word? Who's the baddest man around? The names Plissken… Hosts: Ryan Lootens, Erin McCabe, & Jay Hoffman Guest Hosts: J.D. Reynolds & Phillip Kennedy Johnson Front Row Flashbacks Linktree: https://linktr.ee/Flashbacks Interview with Phillip Kennedy Johnson - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/interview-with-phillip-kennedy-johnson/id1422459548?i=1000512277723 Phillip Kennedy Johnson: Website: https://www.phillipkennedyjohnson.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/PhillipKJohnson Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/phillip_kennedy_johnson/
Join us as we go back 40 years to a movie that looked ahead 18 years, to a time that is now 24 years ago, as we look at the John Carpenter cult classic – Escape from NY. The year is 1997, and the president of a tyrannical United States has had his plane … Continue reading Escape From New York →
As we continue our They Review theme month, Clay and Jordan take a trip to a dystopian New York City, where the city has become a hell-ish prison, as Kurt Russell tries to save the President in 1981's Escape from New York. We'd like to thank Marcy Pennington and Montgomery Lynn Co. for sponsoring us and thank you, the listener! If you've liked what you've heard, help us out through likes, comments, our social media, or telling a friend, along with supporting Marcy at Montgomery Lynn Co.! It takes just a second for you and helps us grow! Montgomery Lynn Co. website: https://www.montgomerylynnco.com/ AFOF Socials: https://linktr.ee/afofpodcast
200 Episodes of the Give Me Five Podcast! To celebrate we watch a cult classic favorite, Escape From New York. We are also inviting Derek Rook of Rough House Publishing to join us as he introduced Greg to the movie, and Greg then introduced Omar to the movie. We talk about the film, John Carpenter, James Cameron, special effects, and we also take a few segues into conversations about horror comics and pulp novels. There also quite a bit of "Tales From New England" for those of you into that sort of thing. As this is an anniversary episode, there's some reminiscing about past episodes and some surprises. Stay tuned for our question of the week based on Escape From New York, who are the best anti-heroes in media? The Give Me Five Podcast is on Patreon. For just $5 you could join the fun in our patron only chat, and get early warning of our movie of the week and our top 5 list. There are other benefits too, so check it out here: https://www.patreon.com/Givemefivepodcast Remember if you use our link (https://amzn.to/2KxR8OU) we get a little bit of money towards server costs at no extra cost to you. Check out our website at givemefivepodcast.com We have a store! Check out our shirts, mugs, bags and phone cases here: Buy cool crap! We record using Squadcast. Squadcast is an easy to use, stable recording environment that allows you, your cohosts and any guests the ability to record out of the comfort of your own home. Just click the link and start talking with absolutely no lag. You can try it out using our link and it will help us out immensely. https://squadcast.fm/?ref=givemefive And you can always reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org or at our Facebook Page : https://www.facebook.com/givemefivepodcast/ Opening Theme Opening theme: GLOW by DJ Ten (feat LeBrock and ULTRABOSS )
Grab your eyepatches - it's Snake Plissken time! Karen Han joins the gang to chat Carpenter's action classic ESCAPE FROM NEW YORK - which was actually filmed in St. Louis! Topics covered include NSFW tattoos, Lee Van Cleef's badass gravestone, the 90s documentary where Ernest Borgnine just drives a bus, and John Carpenter's rather pedestrian taste in video games. “Fallout 76”??? C'mon, John! This episode is sponsored by: 3Chi (CODE: BC2021) Novo (banknovo.com/check) MUBI (mubi.com/check) Join our Patreon at patreon.com/blankcheck Follow us @blankcheckpod on Twitter and Instagram! Buy some real nerdy merch at shopblankcheckpod.myshopify.com
Adrienne Barbeau began her career in 1963 with the San Jose Civic Light Opera. After graduating high school, she traveled with a musical comedy revue, entertaining our servicemen on Army bases throughout Southeast Asia. In 1965, she moved to New York where she made her Broadway debut as Tevye's second daughter, Hodel, in Fiddler on the Roof. A Tony nomination and a Theatre World Award for her creation of Rizzo in the original Broadway production of Grease led her back to California and the role of Bea Arthur's daughter, Carol, in the hit series Maude. Since then she has become a best selling author, a recording artist, and the star of numerous features, films for television, concert performances, musicals and plays. Movie fans know her best for her performances in The Fog, Escape From New York, Creepshow, Swamp Thing, Back to School, and Cannonball Run. She appeared in the Academy Award winning ARGO. Recently released are the golf comedy The Eagle and the Albatross with Dan Lauria and K-Pop star Amber Liu, and the ecological horror film Unearth, starring Marc Blucas. Adrienne has a Golden Globe nomination and over 450 screen performances to her credit. She starred as Ruthie, the Snake Dancer, on HBO's fascinating series, Carnivale. She was Oswald's mom on Drew Carey, Victoria Grayson's mom on Revenge, and Venus's mom on Sons of Anarchy. Daytime viewers know her as Suzanne Stanwyck on General Hospital. Her recent television appearances include Criminal Minds, Grey's Anatomy, the Netflix series A.J. and the Queen, starring RuPaul, and American Horror Story. Having starred in over 25 theatrical productions in the U.S. and Canada, Adrienne spent most of 2015 playing Berthe, Pippin's grandmother, in the National Tour of Pippin, singing “No Time At All” as she hung upside down from a trapeze. Off camera, Adrienne is the voice of Catwoman in Batman, The Animated Series, Ms. Simone in Scooby-Do on Zombie Island, and Scooter's Mom in the 3-D animated film Fly Me To The Moon. She can be heard in a myriad of video games: God of War, Halo 4, and Fallout 76 among them. She also provides video description for the visually impaired on many films, documentaries, and television series; it's one of her favorite forms of voiceover work. Adrienne is the author of four books: the best-selling memoir There Are Worse Things I Could Do; the urban fantasy Vampyres of Hollywood and its comedy romance sequels, Love Bites and Make Me Dead. Adrienne is currently at work co-writing Grease- Tell Me More, Tell Me More! for release next summer to honor the 50th anniversary of the Broadway musical. Published by Chicago Review Press, proceeds from the book will go to The Actors' Fund. ©- Adrienne Barbeau
Uncle Ben and Hollywood Steve are back on the John Carpenter train this week with Escape from New York. We talk hotties with eye patches, Kurt Russell's ascent to action stardom, and how much Nixon, Reagan, and other presidents suck! It's a John Carpenter of a time! This movie was submitted by Chris Chandler. If you want to help decide which movies we cover in the future, go become a $5 patron! Patreon.com/deadandlovely Movie discussion begins at 00:47:55 Music by intergalactic rock star Ben Eller!
Get arrested for robbing the United States Depository. Make a deal to find the President in exchange for a full pardon. Fly a glider undetected into Manhattan. Avoid the Crazies and kill a giant in a sadistic death match because we have a President to save and some neck explosives to deactivate. It is our pleasure to recommend to you this week John Carpenter's sci-fi action thriller, Escape From New York (1981). Clips from: Escape From New York, Entertainment Weekly & Cinema In St. Louis. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/watchthisordie/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/watchthisordie/support
Today we take a look at popular Carpenters created by John Carpenter. Frank and I have 7 to discuss and they may not be the obvious ones!#JohnCarpenter #halloween #Michael MyersPlease feel free to like and subscribe. You can also join our facebook page where you can learn when our shows are about to drop. https://www.facebook.com/groups/803029887178672https://www.instagram.com/the_slaughtered_lamb_podcast/
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In the future year 1997, the island of Manhattan has been turned into a prison. When the President is held hostage inside the city, it's up to one man to go in and rescue him: Snake Plissken. Listen as we talk about Walt Disney's last words, confusing a coffee shop with a gay bar, and the possible discovery of an Ernest Borgnine fart. Then we find out if Escape from New York stands the Test of Time.
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Jon is on hiatus as he makes an exodus from New York - just in time to escape the vaccine mandates? Or is the looming threat far greater than we realize. Jase goes it solo to discuss the boiling point of Blizzard Entertainment, The Suicide Squad, Ghostbusters Afterlife, the exodus from World of Warcraft to Final Fantasy XIV and more - we also have to discuss this week in woke athletes failing to win Olympic gold, Kevin Smith's epic He-Man fail continues to bring him bad press, BASED STAR WARS SHOP OWNER shouting back against transsexual madness, Kathy Griffin's cancer diagnosis, Creepy Andrew Cuomo, and a whole lot more! Don't miss out!Support Our Content! LIKE, FOLLOW, SHARE, and SUBSCRIBE!DLIVE: https://dlive.tv/cancelthispodcastWebsite: https://cancelthispodcast.netBitchute: https://bitchute.com/cancelthispodcast and https://bitchute.com/ctpgamingOdysee: https://odysee.com/@cancelthispodcast and https://odysee.com/@ctpgamingRumble: https://rumble.com/c/cancelthispodcast and https://rumble.com/c/ctpgaming
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Tim, Guy, and Jamie try to get over the wall as they celebrate 40 years of John Carpenter's, "Escape from New York!" Tim's New Short Film! Tim: Tim's YouTube Channel! | Twitter | Instagram | Facebook | Anything Goes Podcast Guy: Twitter | Instagram Please Rewind Social Links: Twitter | Facebook | Instagram Find our show here and please give us a review! Apple Podcasts: iTunes | Stitcher Radio: Sticher | Our Website: Real Fans
In this Fanbase Feature, The Fanbase Weekly co-host Bryant Dillon is joined by special guests Erica Harrell (writer - Fanbase Press' Nuclear Power, Telltale Games' The Walking Dead: Michonne) and Erik Amaya (co-host, Tread Perilously) to participate in a thorough discussion regarding Escape from New York (1981) in light of the film's 40th anniversary, with topics including the film's depiction of the post-apocalyptic, how the John Carpenter flick was inspired by the events of Watergate, what makes Kurt Russell's Snake Plissken an iconic genre character, and more. (Beware: SPOILERS for Escape from New York abound in this panel discussion!)
We have today, 80s horror icon Michael Myers, also known as, Nick Castle. Director, writer, and actor - notable for directing The Last Starfighter (1984), Major Payne (1995), and Escape from New York (1981) among others.Nick's fictional character, Micheal Myers, in the Box Office $255 million-grossing Halloween film is possibly one of his most well-known roles that have been strongly supported by fans for years. He appears in the 1978 Halloween film as a young boy who murders his elder sister, Judith Myers. The same role is reprised fifteen years later in the sequel where he returns home to Haddonfield to murder more teenagers. In 1986 he wrote and directed the heartwarming fantasy drama film, The Boy Who Could Fly which tells the story of an autistic boy who dreams of flying and touching everyone he meets, including a new family who has moved in after their father dies.Filmmaking came naturally to Nick for a host of reasons. For one he grew up in a showbiz family. His father choreographed musical comedy films, while an uncle of his worked as a lighting designer on movie sets. At a tender age, his dad introduced him to entertainment through smaller roles in front of the camera and summer internships behind the scenes. There he grew a fondness for directing which inspired him to pursue film school at USC.Notoriety came quickly for Nick. Along with collegemates, Carpenter, Rokos, Longenecker, and Johnston, Nick worked cinematography and co-wrote The Resurrection of Broncho Billy - a short film they created while still in college that blew up and entered the academy consideration and won the academy award for live-action short film in 1970. Nick and Carpenter reunited and worked together again on Carpenter's 1974 sci-fi comedy, Darkstar, which follows the crew of the deteriorating starship Dark Star, twenty years into their mission to destroy unstable planets that might threaten future colonization of other planets.In 1984, Nick made his second directorial film which was quite groundbreaking. The Last Starfighter, became one of the earliest films to incorporate extensive CGI. The plot centers around video game expert Alex Rogan who, after achieving a high score on Starfighter, meets the game's designer and is recruited to fight a war in space. He's transported to another planet only to find out it was just a test. He was recruited to join the team of best starfighters to defend their world from the attack. Its popularity resulted in several non-film adaptations of the story in musicals, books, comics, games, etcNick was making innovative films long before most of the more popular guys came along. It is appropriate to consider his 80s sci-fi films as pioneering.Please enjoy my fun conversation with Nick Castle.
Crossovers don't get much bigger than this as former guests Paul of The Countdown: Movie and TV Reviews podcast, and Gidgit from the Retro Cinema Podcast come back to throw 20 Q's at the grindhouse sci-fi classic that is Escape From New York. Join us as we ponder things like: What caused Snake to go from military man to bank robber? What minor infraction should get people a life sentence? What furniture would we use to decorate a Cadillac? Find both their podcasts everywhere, alternatively you can find them using the following links: http://theretrocinema.com/ https://thecountdownpc.podbean.com/ But of course the best questions are from our premier Patreons: Emily, Julio, Dave, Dan, Chris, Nerdtrovert and Nick! Wanna join them and help shape the show? Well you can join them here: www.patreon.com/mritqs Emily also has her own podcast, which you can find here: https://www.tastelesspod.com/ As does Julio! Find it here: http://www.wearethecontrarians.com/ And check out Dave's stuff! You can find it here: https://www.patreon.com/yourfavorite And of course Dan, at https://www.netflixnswill.com/ Also Nick! Just search out Mr Nikolis Kitchen SOCIALS: You can contact us here on Twitter: www.twitter.com/moviereviewsin Or here on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MovieReviewsIn20Qs Or via email at email@example.com Cheers!
In celebration of the 40th anniversary of “Escape from New York”; Mo'Kelly puts it all on the line to convince ‘Gary & Shannon Show' co-host Shannon Farren that John Carpenter's story of the iconic Ex-soldier turned federal prisoner Snake Plissken (Kurt Russell) who is given just 24 hours to go inside an apocalyptic New York and rescue the President of the United States is an undeniable classic…PLUS – Marsha Collier has the latest in Geek with a brand new edition of #TechThursday!!!
ThROH The Years is in the depths of The Summer of Punk covering Escape From New York. It's the show that cursed Matt to be an ROH fan and features one of the hottest crowds in company history. Trevor loves a match that no one else on Earth even likes, Matt is able to exorcise a 16 year old demon and we bring you hot Rick Steiner rumors. All this and so much more on this episode!
This week we're finally talking Escape from New York, and to help us out this time we had Bryan from the Dead in Santa Carla podcast join us. We had a ton of fun discussing this movie, talking trivia, and playing a new game called "Are they free". One quick editing note: there was a short hiccup with our microphones for the first couple minutes after the brake. there is a bit of an echo for about 3 minutes or so, but then it clears up for the rest of the episode. Make sure to follow our guest Bryan @santacarlabryanThe podcast @DeadinSCpodcastAnd the rest of our fellow Slash n Cast shows @SnCNetworkIf you're enjoying the show we would love your support. Here are a few ways you can help!-Check out our merch store and get yourself or someone else a little something. https://teespring.com/stores/apocalypse-in-review-Support the show(https://www.patreon.com/apocalypseinreview)-Make a one time donation at https://www.buymeacoffee.com/apocalypseir-Leave us a nice review on your podcast platform of choice. it only takes a few minutes, it makes us look legitimate, it makes us feel good, and it's completely free. -Follow us @apocpod on Twitter and Instagram and talk to us we love hearing from y'all. -Find all of our links by going to https://linktr.ee/apocalypseinreviewThanks for listening!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/apocalypseinreview)
Forty years ago, director John Carpenter followed his hit horror film Halloween with an action movie set in a year far off in the future: 1997! Starring Kurt Russell in his iconic role as the eye patch-wearing former soldier Snake Plissken tasked with a mission to save the President from the island prison of Manhattan in return for a federal pardon, the film was a hit and became a cult classic. While Lobster's on vacation in the Empire State, Beef, Wing, and Taco will bravely attempt to Escape from New York! For more geeky podcasts visit GonnaGeek.com You can find us on iTunes under ''Legends Podcast''. Please subscribe and give us a positive review. You can also follow us on Twitter @LegendsPodcast or even better, send us an e-mail: LegendsPodcastS@gmail.com You can find all our contact information here on the Network page of GonnaGeek.com Our complete archive is always available at www.legendspodcast.com, www.legendspodcast.libsyn.com
On the mic, today is 80s horror icon Michael Myers, also known as, Nick Castle who is also a director, writer, and actor - notable for directing The Last Starfighter (1984), Major Payne (1995), and Escape from New York (1981) among others.Nick's fictional character, Micheal Myers, in the Box Office $255 million-grossing Halloween film is possibly one of his most well-known roles that have been strongly supported by fans for years. He appears in the 1978 Halloween film as a young boy who murders his elder sister, Judith Myers. The same role is reprised fifteen years later in the sequel where he returns home to Haddonfield to murder more teenagers. In 1986 he wrote and directed the heartwarming fantasy drama film, The Boy Who Could Fly which tells the story of an autistic boy who dreams of flying and touching everyone he meets, including a new family who has moved in after their father dies.Filmmaking came naturally to Nick for a host of reasons. For one he grew up in a showbiz family. His father choreographed musical comedy films, while an uncle of his worked as a lighting designer on movie sets. At a tender age, his dad introduced him to entertainment through smaller roles in front of the camera and summer internships behind the scenes. There he grew a fondness for directing which inspired him to pursue film school at USC.Notoriety came quickly for Nick. Along with collegemates, Carpenter, Rokos, Longenecker, and Johnston, Nick worked cinematography and co-wrote The Resurrection of Broncho Billy - a short film they created while still in college that blew up and entered the academy consideration and won the academy award for live-action short film in 1970. Nick and Carpenter reunited and worked together again on Carpenter's 1974 sci-fi comedy, Darkstar, which follows the crew of the deteriorating starship Dark Star, twenty years into their mission to destroy unstable planets that might threaten future colonization of other planets.In 1984, Nick made his second directorial film which was quite groundbreaking. The Last Starfighter, became one of the earliest films to incorporate extensive CGI. The plot centers around video game expert Alex Rogan who, after achieving a high score on Starfighter, meets the game's designer and is recruited to fight a war in space. He's transported to another planet only to find out it was just a test. He was recruited to join the team of best starfighters to defend their world from the attack. Its popularity resulted in several non-film adaptations of the story in musicals, books, comics, games, etcNick was making innovative films long before most of the more popular guys came along. It is appropriate to consider his 80s sci-fi films as pioneering. Please enjoy my fun conversation with Nick Castle.
In this episode, Erik and Ryan team up with Snake Plissken on a dangerous mission to save the president in John Carpenter's Escape from New York. Then, Ryan gets a snake tattoo and fights Wario to death. Also, Erik shoots a hole in the thinnest wall in the world, just so that he can jump through it.Timestamps:Intro: 0:00Main topic: 4:55Whatcha Been?: 1:15:21Email questions, suggestions, or corrections to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.You can follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram for information on upcoming episodes and behind the podcast nuggets.
It's July 2021 and instead of talking about “F9,” “Black Widow,” or any of the summer blockbusters from this year, The Playlist Podcast is going back to the ‘80s to talk about two cult classic summer films, “Escape From New York” and “Big Trouble in Little China.” Why? Because they're both celebrating big anniversaries. Oh, and because John Carpenter is one of the best filmmakers of all time and Kurt Russell is a national treasure. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theplaylist/message
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Stigall is away today, but not without some great interviews you've yet to hear from the vault. Seth Barron – author of “The Last Days of New York” chronicles and warns cities across the country to avoid what's happened to the Big Apple lest they suffer the same fate. Oliver Dunford of the Pacific Legal Foundation is representing business owners in the midst of a major legal tussle with the Democrat Governor over COVID lockdowns in Kentucky. And have you heard of a Global Minimum Tax? Some nations around the world are flirting with the idea. Patrick Hedger from the Taxpayers Protection Alliance explains what it is and what it means for you.
Central to the tradition of cosmic horror is the suggestion that the ultimate truth about our universe is at once knowable and unthinkable, such that one learns it only at the cost of one's sanity and soul. John Carpenter is one of a handful of horror directors to have successfully ported this idea from literature to cinema. This episode is an attempt to unearth some of the eldritch symbols buried in a selection of Carpenter's apocalyptic works, including Escape from New York, The Thing, They Live,_ In the Mouth of Madness, and the little known _Cigarette Burns. Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/weirdstudies Find us on Discord: https://discord.com/invite/Jw22CHfGwp Visit the Weird Studies Bookshop: https://bookshop.org/shop/weirdstudies REFERENCES John Carpenter films discussed: The Thing (https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0084787/) Cigarette Burns (https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0643109/) In the Mouth of Madness (https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0113409/) Prince of Darkness (https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0093777/) Halloween (https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0077651/) They Live (https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0096256/) Escape from New York (https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0082340/) Escape from L.A. (https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0116225/) Big Trouble in Little China (https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0090728/) Other References: Pascal Laugier (dir.), Martyrs (https://www.imdb.com/title/tt1029234/) Srdjan Spasojevic (dir.), A Serbian Film (https://www.imdb.com/title/tt1273235/) Weird Studies, Episode 90 on The Owl in Daylight (https://www.weirdstudies.com/90) Roger Corman, (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roger_Corman) American director Northrup Frye, Words with Power (https://bookshop.org/a/18799/9780156983655) J. R. R. Tolkien, forward to The Fellowship of the Ring Gilles Deleuze and Felix Guatarri, “Percept, Affect, and Concept” in What is Philosophy (https://bookshop.org/a/18799/9780231079891) Weird Studies, Episode 72 on the Castrati (https://www.weirdstudies.com/72) Weird Studies, Episode 46, Thomas Ligotti's Angel (https://www.weirdstudies.com/46) Gabriel Garcia Marquez, “A Very Old Man with Enormous Wings” (https://www.ndsu.edu/pubweb/~cinichol/CreativeWriting/323/MarquezManwithWings.htm) China Mieville, (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/China_Mi%C3%A9ville) British author Karlheinz Stockhausen, comments on 9/11 (https://www.nytimes.com/2001/09/30/arts/music-the-devil-made-him-do-it.html) H. P. Lovecraft, Nyarlothotep (https://bookshop.org/a/18799/9798200625857) H. P. Lovecraft, “The Haunter of the Dark” (https://www.hplovecraft.com/writings/texts/fiction/hd.aspx) Nick Land, Fanged Noumena (https://bookshop.org/a/18799/9780955308789) Zack Snyder, (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zack_Snyder) American director Haeccaity and Quiddity (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haecceity), philosophical concepts Samuel Delaney, Dahlgren (https://bookshop.org/a/18799/9780375706684) Weird Studies, Episode 98 on Exotica (https://www.weirdstudies.com/98) Quentin Meillasoux, After Finitude (https://bookshop.org/a/18799/9780826496744) Rainer Maria Rilke, Duino Elegies (https://www.poetryintranslation.com/PITBR/German/Rilke.php)
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