We ramble a bit about Lyle's hernia, Ron's tow job, early school troubles, meditation and the Fear Street series. Then we round up some of the latest wacky headlines including: a missing fighter jet, a troubling outhouse scenario, Disney World bear, and the first ever dog-fox hybrid! Then it's on to Weird Trivia with another listener playing guest joing us!
Hey Goons, it's Back to School Month here on Slashers Podcast. This month, your favorite colleagues, co hosts, aaaand cohorts discuss nostalgic horror from our childhoods and beyond. Today's episode is on 1993's Goosebumps episode of the same name, The Haunted Mask. The TV Series is based on the novel by RL Stine, and follows a young, troubled girl named Carly Beth, who buys a scary Halloween mask with a mind of its own. We talk about everything from our favorite installments, the first edition prints, the compelling actors, and even touch on the Choose your own adventure copies! Which is your favorite Goosebumps book/episode? Or were you more of a Fear Street fan?? Let us know your thoughts in the comments! If you ever have feedback or recommendations on future episodes, please let us know at email@example.com. You can always find us on our social media: Instagram, Twitter, Slasher App: @slasherspod Facebook: /slasherspod Reddit: u/slasherspod https://www.youtube.com/c/slasherspodcast You can find our merch, and links to all our online presence here: linktr.ee/slasherspod Theme song is I wanna Die by Mini Meltdowns. https://open.spotify.com/artist/5ZAk6lUDsaJj8EAhrhzZnh ; https://minimeltdowns.bandcamp.com/ --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/slasherspod/support
With Goosebumps 2000 in our rear view mirror the boys drive to R.L. Stine's Fear Street. We've visted Shadyville in previous episodes but are thinking about putting down podcast roots. The community seems nice. Despite this episode's title it is not about an 'adorkable' Zooey Deschanel moving in with three sexual dudes. Instead in this first book of the series Cory Brooks hungers for new arrival Anna Corwin's kisses. This mysterious girl may be a ghost and is full of red flags. Teenage hormones blind Cory to real love when his best friend Lisa is right there! Can we survive this love triangle? Book discussion begins: 15:45 Off Topics: Lorcana, Greasy Car Holes, Disney Infinity, X-Men Sneaker Blind Boxes, the problem with New Girl's Schmidt, Permanent Records, Throwing the One Ring into a Volcano, Lt. Worf's iconic phrase You can support Goosebuds, get access to bonus episodes, join our secret Discord, and more at patreon.com/goosebuds Dress your skeleton with Goosebuds apparel at goosebuds.store Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter: @GoosebudsPod Edited by Kevin Cole (@RealKevinCole) Music by Seth Earnest (sethearnest.net)
Welcome to People Under The Scares podcast! In todays episode we are ending our queer love story of the Fear Street Trilogy with the dark and sinister 1666! Join us on a trip to The Union in 1666 to see how the curse of the witch began and if Deena will be able to stop it for good. Hit us up on social media at @People_Scares with your thoughts on the podcast and Peopleunderscares@gmail.com for all business inquiries. Podcast Art by Rico https://www.instagram.com/xo.guttzz/ Follow Podcast: Twitter & Instagram - https://twitter.com/People_Scares https://www.instagram.com/people_scares/ Follow Hosts: Mike https://letterboxd.com/Thackerybinx86/ https://twitter.com/Thackerybinx86 https://www.instagram.com/thackerybinx86/ Bobby https://www.youtube.com/c/BobbyTorrez https://letterboxd.com/bobbytorrez/ https://twitter.com/BobbyTorrez https://www.instagram.com/bobbytorrez/ --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/people-under-the-scares/message
Welcome to People Under The Scares podcast! In todays episode we are continuing our journey on the Fear Street Trilogy with the groovy 1978! We're taking a dip into the past to experience the massacre at Camp Night Wing! Hit us up on social media at @People_Scares with your thoughts on the podcast and Peopleunderscares@gmail.com for all business inquiries. Podcast Art by Rico https://www.instagram.com/xo.guttzz/ Follow Podcast: Twitter & Instagram - https://twitter.com/People_Scares https://www.instagram.com/people_scares/ Follow Hosts: Mike https://letterboxd.com/Thackerybinx86/ https://twitter.com/Thackerybinx86 https://www.instagram.com/thackerybinx86/ Bobby https://www.youtube.com/c/BobbyTorrez https://letterboxd.com/bobbytorrez/ https://twitter.com/BobbyTorrez https://www.instagram.com/bobbytorrez/ --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/people-under-the-scares/message
This week is a little more scary than romantic with the 1992 Fear Street Series novel First Date. Kaycee and Ashley are here to enthuse about R.L. Stine's ability to write incredibly authentic teen girl characters while telling a very captivating story about a serial killer and the dangers of teenage boys — Shadyside has a lot of problems, and toxic masculinity is definitely up there. Plus, we ponder over the red flags we've ignored (and are lucky we didn't get murdered for), continue our denim talk from the Sweet Valley High episode, and agree that we would've definitely gone out with a boy named Sparks. Episode Notes and More Follow us on Instagram @toalltheya In or around Minneapolis? We're going to be doing press at WordPlay at The Loft July 8. Check out all the great authors in the lineup and get tickets here. Recollect YA faves like the Fear Street books at The Book Bundler. Use code TOALLTHEYA to get 20% off your order. This is a Pink Plaid Media Production. Reading, writing, telling stories. Visit pinkplaidmedia.com for more Theme Music by Slip.stream - "In And Out Of Love" -
Our first foray into the Fear Street series introduces us to the absolute winner that is Bobby Newkirk. He's got it all. Good looks, nice car, wealthy family, and an overabundance of self-assured charisma. Just a solid role model. He's also so good with the ladies, he's got a dating relationship with both of the hottest girls in school: the Wade Twins. But when he finds out that one sister might be murderously jealous and the other one might get him killed or imprisoned just by being with her, he's going to have to gaslight like he's never gaslit before just to stay alive. No problem for a stud like Bobby The Man, right? THE LINKS: Rate and review us on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and Audible! Chat with us on our Discord View and discuss relevant material on our subreddit! Like us on Facebook Tweet us @reliterated View our Instagram Episode archive and video content on our YouTube channel Do whatever it is one does on TikTok Send us your burning questions/comments for our listener mail segment to email@example.com
Welcome to People Under The Scares podcast! In todays episode we are discussing the Fear Street Trilogy starting with Fear Street 1994. We take a dive into the mysterious happenings of Shadyside with Deena and friends to uncover the truth behind their cursed town. Hit us up on social media at @People_Scares with your thoughts on the podcast and Peopleunderscares@gmail.com for all business inquiries. Podcast Art by Rico https://www.instagram.com/xo.guttzz/ Follow Podcast: Twitter & Instagram - https://twitter.com/People_Scares https://www.instagram.com/people_scares/ Follow Hosts: Mike https://letterboxd.com/Thackerybinx86/ https://twitter.com/Thackerybinx86 https://www.instagram.com/thackerybinx86/ Bobby https://www.youtube.com/c/BobbyTorrez https://letterboxd.com/bobbytorrez/ https://twitter.com/BobbyTorrez https://www.instagram.com/bobbytorrez/ --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/people-under-the-scares/message
Welcome back to Camp Spoopy! Funding was cut, so this year we only have a five day camp! We start by bringing back Adam and talking about Fear Street 1978. All Things Spoopy is a horror podcast that is ostensibly a comedy where the Steadmans take listeners on a poorly informed review of legends, cryptids, books, movies and more- all of them spoopy! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org! DISCLAIMER- All Things Spoopy is a comedy podcast that focuses on the horror genre, which is rife with challlenging material. This podcast is for the big kids! Original Art by: Lavender Chickadee Designs https://www.etsy.com/shop/LavenderChickadee Music: "I've Got Somebody" NICE GHOST https://niceghostmusic.com/landing-page
This week Mike, Rich and Steve check out five new releases - click the links to view the trailer for each... We kick off with SHE CAME FROM THE WOODS (Blue Finch Film Releasing), the latest in a long line of 80's set summer camp slashers, but is it any good and can it succeed last year's superlative Fear Street? Take a listen to hear our verdict! For those interested click HERE to see the original short film! CEREBRUM (Signature Entertainment) is a psychological thriller in which a young man suspects his parents of being up to no good when he returns home after being in a coma.... STEPHEN KING ON SCREEN (Signature Entertainment) is the first documentary covered by us, and features the film-makers who have brought King's works to the screen.... HERD (High Flier Films) is a new "zombie" movie in which two women find themselves stuck between a rock and a hard place: infected on one side, MAGA-loving militia on the other! (there doesn't seem to be a trailer for this film as yet). PINBALL: THE MAN WHO SAVED THE GAME (High Flier Films) is a "based on a true story" film about the man who challenged New York's 30 year ban on pinball machines. Out Short Shot is the Batman fan film, THE OATH - click the link to watch the whole film! Our DTV Throwback this week is AMITYVILLE: DOLLHOUSE - a film which certainly entertained us but left us asking a log of questions! This film is available on Amazon Prime. Follow the Short Shots TWITTER page, where we will be linking to a short film every day! Don't forget to also check out our main show, the DTV DIGEST on TWITTER and FACEBOOK!
Real Ass People Every Day AI 2023: Jim updated a few of the old R.A.P.E.D. tracks with the OG rappers, how does it stack up!? Nostalgia Raps: After listening to updates to our old tracks, we take a trip down memory lane to remind people that WE ARE RAPPERS. Las Vegas Alien: An alien was spotted over in our neck of the woods! The boys go over the recent viral story of the Las Vegas Alien. SHIRT BROTHER!, NEVER DO ANYTHING THAT'S A RULE AGAIN!, I THINK YOU SHOULD LEAVE!, PUFF DADDY!, MASE!, BIGGIE!, BEEN AROUND THE WORLD!, PRIDE MONTH!, COUNTDOWN!, WANG!, HOBOPHOBIC!, DEREK!, SUPERCHATS!, LIKE LIKES!, RUN THIS TOWN!, R.A.P.E.D.!, AI!, JAY-Z!, RIHANA!, KANYE!, VERSES!, BARS!, JAKE!, JXC!, J-SKEEZY!, KEVBCUL!, AUTOTUNE!, DOLLAR MENU!, WEEZY!, FLOW!, NEW ORLEANS!, MIC STEEL!, EMINEM!, BRICKED UP!, STAXX!, FILTERS!, NMAN!, BEDROCK!, GROCERY BAG!, GUTTA GUTTA!, DRAGONBALL Z!, DJ KHALED!, ALL I DO IS GOON!, SEX!, YOUNG THUG!, RICH HOMIE QUAN!, SNOOP DOGG!, BABY!, JUSTIN BIEBER!, LUDA!, HARDEST EVER!, DEAD SPACE 2!, MOUTHFUL OF GOON!, YAPS!, GOONIN!, BARS!, FUNKFLEX!, LAS VEGAS!, ALIEN!, SIGHTING!, BODYCAM!, POLICE!, 911 CALLS!, WHAT ARE THEY TILLING?!, FIGURES!, LIARS!, COVER UP!, ALIENS!, NORTHWEST!, 8 NEWS NOW!, BIG CREATURE!, BIG EYES!, GOOSEBUMPS!, RL STINE!, FEAR STREET!, SMELL BACON!, COPS!, DISNEY! You can find the videos from this episode at our Discord RIGHT HERE!
Today I'm talking to Ellen Arden. She's a makeup artist who helped create the completely original world of Marvel's WEREWOLF BY NIGHT. Just when we think we've seen it all — a movie comes along that takes an old form and re-shapes it in such a different way that it's suddenly thrilling/really exciting…in this instance, I'm talking about WEREWOLF BY NIGHT. It's a crazy experiment by Marvel Studios, and the directorial debut of composer Michael Giacchino. Gael Garcia Bernal stars along with a flawless cast of actors. It's both beautiful homage to the black & white Universal monster movies of old, and a genre mashup. The result is an action-horror film that feels like AMERICAN WEREWOLF IN LONDON meets THE HATEFUL EIGHT. Ellen who created a murderer's row of faces for this film. Because in this rogue's gallery, all of our character's faces and war paint are how we meet them, and ultimately how we understand them. She's a master makeup artist whose other credits include: GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY VOL.3, HAWKEYE, FEAR STREET, & OZARK. It's a great talk! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Don't listen to the stories they tell you about Fear Street-- listen to this month's highly intriguing @super_chillers instead! Katie and Jeffrey toss aside the Spring issue of Sassy Magazine to devour unlucky number thirteen in R. L. Stine's Fear Street series, THE SECRET BEDROOM (1991). In this super-chilling tale, buckets of blood pour down from our ceiling, a khaki raincoat does the M3gan dance, and literal handfuls of salad are scooped off the ground and onto our trays (though sadly not by a dexterous raccoon). So, light up 800 scented candles, clutch your demonically glowing stuffed tiger, and stream it, ghouls! E-mail us your questions, comments, or games at email@example.com Follow Super Chillers on Instagram and Twitter @super_chillers Follow Katie on Instagram @thehauntedoutfit Follow Jeffrey on Instagram and Twitter @jeffreycanino Theme song by Atraxia (https://www.pond5.com/artist/atraxia)
Just in time for the release of Shazam: Fury of the Gods, we're reviewing another film about teens getting super powers... Sky High! Plus we'll talk about the Fear Street trilogy, the Children of the Corn reboot, and some truly wacky comic super powers.
This week, Eric and Josh discuss: leap years, Infinity Pool, Mia Goth, Fear Street, people requesting their favourite movies, Free Comic Book Day, novelizations, old fashioned comic cons, Batman 66, The Blair Witch Project, and more! Plus, they mention the movies screening the week of Friday March 3 - Thursday March 9: Living, To Leslie, The Fabelmans, The Outwaters, and Frankenhooker!
Welcome to Scream Stream's new format. Instead of doing a movie review, I'm going to be focusing on the horror related news of the week and new releases. I will still be reviewing movies, but I'm reserving those for the TikTok page. This week I report on AMC's massive lay-offs, the announcement of They Listen starring Jon Cho, and the Soska Sisters turning American Mary into a series. For more Scream Stream Patreon: https://patreon.com/screamstream Website: http://screampod.com TikTok: https://tiktok.com/@screamstream Instagram: https://instagram.com/screamstream
16:29 AVATAR WAY OF WATER in IMAX 01:03:07 BED REST 1:16:00 THE HARBINGER On this week's episode of The New Flesh, Brett & Jesse briefly discuss two new releases, including one that's exclusively available on Tubi and another indie that's now available to rent on VOD: BED REST and THE HARBINGER! Before that, a discussion of AVATAR THE WAY OF WATER and what it's like to see it in true IMAX. And plenty of other stuff, too! Subscribe to the New Flesh Patreon for weekly bonus content and more www.patreon.com/newfleshpodcast This week's bonus episode is GUILLERMO DEL TORO PINOCCHIO and EMANCIPATION. Last week was THE WHALE! Before the main event, tons of horror and movie industry news including Scream IV, Amanda back in Saw X, a new Fear Street on Netflix, 65 dinosaur horror trailer, a new James Wan TV show, a new Shudder acquisition, a sequel to TWISTER, Death Stranding, The Mutilator 2 and more, including details on the DC Universe shake-up and James Gunn's takeover. The New Flesh podcast is the best horror podcast about horror movies, scary movies, and all things tangentially related to horror, horror movies and the horror lifestyle. Horror franchises, new horror releases, and all the horror news and movie industry news that's fit to print!
In this episode the gang talks about Pan, Hook, bad scary movies, Freddie Dies, Jason Goes to Hell, Halloween 3 Season of the Witch, Hocus Pocus 1 and 2, Dumb and Dumberer, The Bride of Chucky, Black Phone, Nope, X, The Autopsy of Jane Doe, Whose Line is it Anyway, Tree House of Horror, Disneys Legend of Ichabod Crane, Monster House, Trick or Treat, Werewolf By Night, Dracula, Charlie Brown, See How They Run, Fear Street, American Horror Story, and more. Hosted By: Cameron Jones, Jordan Jones, Mark Nussle Featuring: Chris Rymer --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/cultclassicspodcast/support
Winter is upon us, so let's revisit some seasonal horror! Andy and Alyssa take a detour into the Fear Street series with Ski Weekend (1991). They discuss a notable lack of skiing, gender troubles, balaclavas, elaborate schemes, terrible driving, Tom Bombadil, ravines, unclear warnings, Vertigo (1958), bullet eating, lodge horror, snowed-in horror, Slasher: Guilty Party (Season 2, 2016), The Hateful Eight (2015), The Lodge (2019), imposter horror, Edgar Allan Poe, Estranged (2015), Piglet, hospitality horror, The Odyssey, The Tempest, patsies, H.P. Lovecraft's "The Picture in the House" (1920), rural horror, medical forensics, the Candy Man Killer (Dean Corll), and men with notable hair. Follow @saypodanddie on Twitter and Instagram, and get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org
We're talking about the creator Charles Addams, the jump from comics to film, and what the heck makes this different from the Munsters! Evan and Taylor's projects: videos, go watch Evan's film work sign up, Taylor's weekly newsletter Contact: email@example.com, email us @illiteratepod, reach out on instagram Extras: trailer, Wednesday (2022) video, Addams Family pinball machine photo, the downhill skier comic strip video, Vic Mizzy's Spiderman 2 blooper song Other similar episodes to check out…Shrek (part 1), Minions, Being the Ricardos, Fear Street, Lovecraft Country, Hansel and Gretel
This week we're living deliciously by checking out The Witch (2015). We break down the layers of its storytelling, unpack the trauma of its characters, and reflect on the horrors of witch hunts. This episode contains spoilers, beginning at 21:51. Sponsors This episode is presented by Manscaped, who is the best in below-the-waist grooming. Get 20% off Manscaped + Free Shipping with promo code SLASH20 at MANSCAPED.com! Mentioned in the Episode Watch the Movie Watch The Witch on HBO Max Main Episode The Witch and the Seven Deadly Sins Ep. 184 - Fear Street: 1666 (2021) Support the Show We've launched our Patreon to have a place for listener support to help keep our show going. We are accepting support in the form of small monthly donations from our audience. The proceeds we gain from Patreon are put towards ongoing website fees, funding for new content, and equipment upgrades. In return, our patrons enjoy bonus content, early access, live streams, and exclusive channels in our Discord server. Support the Show on Patreon We're building a community where our listeners and horror fans as a whole can connect and share the ideas, movies, games, experiences, and stories they are most passionate about. Our community is completely free and powered by Discord, which you can access from both a web browser and mobile app. We're looking forward to your arrival! Join our Discord Server Contact Us You can connect with us by creepin' on us on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram, @HackorSlash. You can also share your opinions with us by leaving us an audio message on our website, hackorslash.live. Special Thanks We want to give a special thanks to the following patrons: Brittany R. Joseph D. Rob H. Tristan P. Darren M. Greg D. Gwen N. Karlin M. Damien V. Heather W. MJ D. Kylee F. Taler T. Joseph L. Allison B. Amber M. Matt S. Alex L. Sabrina T. Jazzmene U. Jake S. George C. Anthony Z. Nathan E. Sam M. Amanda T. Brittany P. Rob D. Ashley E. Gabrielle G. Thom Kane R. J Marc P. Alexander P. Luis Lucas G. Tameera K. Mark H. Jemia S. Mister_Mister Ash M. Juliet D. Diana N. Music Credits "Hack or Slash" by Daniel Stapleton "The Dread" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
SISTAAAAAS! Grab your Roombas, we fly! This week, Leigh (@lshfoster) and Ellie (@elliebrigida) hang out with one of the stars of HBO Max's FBOY Island Season 2, Mia Emani Jones (@_miaemani), to talk about Hocus Pocus 2 for a very special Halloween episode. We were lucky to be Mia's first interview post coming out, so we spent some time talking about her journey. FBOY Island is a wild place to be while experiencing that ‘I really don't like men' revelation and yet, it is somewhat shocking that more contestants haven't come out as gay. If anything was going to put someone off men, it would be FBOY Island. We could spend hours talking to Mia about her journey, but we are here to talk about Hocus Pocus 2! It has been 29 years since the Sanderson Sisters blessed our screens and yet there still aren't any canonically gay main characters! This feels like a huge missed opportunity, considering there already is a sequel to Hocus Pocus in book form that is 100% gay. Instead of giving us a story about Max and Allison's gay daughter like the book did, Hocus Pocus 2 goes in a different direction and brings in brand new characters not related to the original movie. From the second we meet Becca, Izzy, and Cassie it is extremely obvious that they are all baby gays. They are going through a difficult friend breakup, because Cassie decided to date some lame boy in a complete betrayal of her obvious throuple situation with Izzy and Becca. These girls have spent every Halloween night charging crystals in the woods and we are supposed to believe they are straight? Cassie has been attempting to mend the friendship, but Becca is too disgusted by the mere existence of Cassie's boyfriend to be anywhere near her. That's lesbian ex behavior and we are here for it. Moving on from the throuple, the movie opens onto Fear Street 3 where we see tiny baby dyke Winifred Sanderson absolutely losing her mind at the idea of being made to marry a man. She has a full blown meltdown, immediately bearding up by calling out her relationship with Billy Butcherson, who she literally only kissed once and who completely hates her guts. The girls run off into the woods to escape the heteronormative patriarchy and meet Mother Witch, who Winnie becomes instantly enamored with. The baby Sanderson Sisters spend a total of maybe ten minutes talking to this powerful lesbian milf in the woods and in true baby gay fashion decide they live there now and will be following in the hot older witch's footsteps. We fast forward to present day and meet Gilbert, a gay man obsessed with the Sanderson Sisters and intent on using Becca and her friends to bring them back to life. It's hard for Gilbert to see through the glamor and the intrigue of the witches, but in the end he does the right thing and chooses his new boyfriend Billy Butcherson over his love of the Sandersons. When we get into talking about the Sanderson Sisters themselves, the obvious gay is Winnie. While we may not be completely sure about the sexuality of Mary or Sarah, we are 1000% convinced that Winifred Sanderson is a whole dyke. She is extremely over the top 24/7, maintains her story about her beard Billy for centuries out of spite, dedicates her life to being a witch because a hot lady in the woods told her she was special, and cannot resist turning every scene she can into a musical number. Plus, as we've said countless times before, witches are inherently gay. It should be impossible for a movie like Hocus Pocus 2 to not be gay, because witchcraft is gay; and yet, Disney is determined to keep its witches in the broomcloset. We know one thing for sure, Hocus Pocus 2 Should've Been Gay. Follow along on Twitter: Lez Hang Out (@lezhangoutpod) and answer our Q & Gay at the end of every episode. Leigh Holmes Foster (@lshfoster) and Ellie Brigida (@elliebrigida). You can also join us on Facebook.com/lezhangoutpod and follow along on Instagram (@lezhangoutpod).Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/lezhangoutpod. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In this episode of Nightmare on 151 Street, Amber, Avery, Gracie, Kellie, and Lakin finish their summary and review of the Fear Street horror trilogy, focusing specifically on the third film, Fear Street Part Three: 1666.
The final installment of the Fear Street trilogy takes us all the way back to 1666 - and then forward to 1994 - then back again - then back again. Sheesh! Should this series have been four movies instead of three? Were all of the plot lines resolved in the final chapter? Tune in and find out!
John & Drew are enjoying spooky season by sharing the movies they've been watching such as Fear Street and also reveal their Top 10 Spooky Games ever! John also dips in to the revelations that Bayonetta isn't IN Bayonetta and they answer your questions...all while where Halloween costumes! Including the games we've played: Mario & Rabbids Sparks of Hope, Bloodstained, Savage Halloween, Dicey Dungeons, Inscryption, Inmost and more! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/dads-after-dark/message
Welcome to Show Boys, a podcast that delves into the world of film and tv. Hosts Nick, Mike and Chad take their water cooler talk from the office to the web as they discuss their favorite movies, shows and all other content in between. In this week's episode, the boys review Vol. 1 of the Netflix horror series, Fear Street, and take a look at horror games that are full of controversy and examine if art can go too far. So, what's playing (Spooktober Edition)? Visit our website for everything Show Boys related! https://showboysmedia.com/ Come for the podcast, stay for the community. Join our discord today! https://discord.gg/gPqSu7QmnQ Interested in supporting the podcast? Visit our Patreon page and sign up to become a Patron for some cool perks, or toss us a bone on Venmo @Show-Boys! Patreon Link: https://www.patreon.com/showboyspodcast Merch Shop! https://my-store-be6562.creator-spring.com/ Like what you hear? Let us know in the comments and please consider subscribing!
Dare to dream with the remarkable and magnetic Giovanni Marsico, as he and Jenny have an intimate conversation about how doing is the antidote to limitations, and the true power of understanding why fear and comfort can stifle our goals and achievements. Gio shares his story of how he decided to keep his head in the clouds and what that brought him and the thousands of others he has inspired, coached and mentored along his journey. He offers advice for entrepreneurs (and everyone, really) and really dives into how our identity and personality and programming isn't fixed and can be shifted to represent our most meaningful desires. Save $100 off Your MAXPRO Fitness here JOIN The YOUR BEST BODY PRIVATE COMMUNITY and for the Password say "Jenny invited me"JOIN The YOUR BEST BODY PROGRAM If you enjoyed this episode, make sure and give us a five star rating and leave us a review on iTunes, Podcast Addict, Podchaser and Castbox. STRONG Fitness Magazine Subscription Use discount code STRONGGIRL ResourcesSTRONG Fitness MagazineSTRONG Fitness Magazine on IGTeam Strong GirlsCoach JVB Follow Jenny on social mediaInstagramFacebookYouTube
Halloween is nearly here. And leading up to the holiday, many of us do all sorts of things to put ourselves in a spooky mood—take haunted hayrides, watch horror movies, carve pumpkins. Sometimes we dust off that shelf of Stephen King, Shirley Jackson, and Anne Rice books, and sink our teeth into a terrifying story that keeps us up at night. In Episode 76 of Call Number with American Libraries, we examine what it is about the horror genre that fascinates us, sometimes repulses us, and yet keeps us coming back for more. First, American Libraries Associate Editor and Call Number host Diana Panuncial talks with Goosebumps and Fear Street author R. L. Stine. In this interview from ALA's 2022 Annual Conference in Washington, D.C., the two discuss what it's like writing horror for kids and how Stine fuses spooky and silly concepts in his books. Next, members of the Call Number podcast team and a couple of listeners answer the question: What horror or nonhorror movie scared you as a child, and does it still scare you? Finally, ALA Editions Senior Editor Jamie Santoro chats with Becky Spratford, a readers' advisory specialist based in Chicago. Spratford runs RA for All, a blog that connects librarians with book recommendations for patrons. She and Santoro discuss how to tailor horror media recommendations to different audiences and identify trends emerging in the horror genre today. [Episode here] For fun facts about the holiday, check out the By the Numbers section in the September/October issue of American Libraries. Next episode, we're exploring the marvels of medical libraries. Is there a story or topic you'd like us to cover? Let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also follow us on Twitter and SoundCloud and leave a review on iTunes. We welcome feedback and hope to hear from you soon. Thanks for listening.
What do you do when your meticulous log of every hook-up in the school GETS OUT? And then you get punched?!?!? FOR WHAT REASON?! Then, it's still October, which means it's Mocktober Fest! The Office! Fear Street 1666! New Girl! Mystery Science Theatre 3000! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Fear Street 1978 pays homage to the campground slashers of the era, with all the blood, sex, and pot you'd expect. "Wait!" you're thinking, "Isn't this a kids' movie?" Well, listen to this minisode and hear what the NQD gals have to say about that.
Esta semana le dedicamos un rato al horror para adolescentes y nuestras primeras interacciones con el género del horror. De vuelta a nuestros especiales de Halloween, hablamos de Fear Street, Goosebumps, Tales From The Crypt, The Midnight Club, entre otros.
In this week's bonus episode, Kayla and Taylor discuss their favorite spooky reads and watches!Books, shows, and movies discussed in this episode:We Have Always Lived in the Castle by Shirley JacksonDark Tales by Shirley JacksonHouse of Leaves by Mark Z. DanielewskiThe Turn of the Screw by Henry JamesThe Death of Jane Lawrence by Caitlin StarlingCoraline by Neil GaimanThe October Country by Ray BradburyHorrorstor by Grady HendrixScary Stories to Tell in the Dark by Alvin Schwartz; drawings by Stephen GammellThe Chilling Adventures of Sabrina (Netflix)Fear Street: 1994; Fear Street: 1978; Fear Street: 1666 (Netflix)Stranger Things (Netflix)Midnight Mass (Netflix)American Horror StoryParanormal ActivityThe Blair Witch ProjectThe RingThe ConjuringFollow us on Instagram @literatureandlibationspod.Visit our website: literatureandlibationspod.com to submit feedback, questions, or your own takes on what we are reading. You can also see what we are reading for future episodes! You can email us at email@example.com.Please leave us a review and/or rating! It really helps others find our podcast…and it makes us happy!Purchase books via bookshop.org or check them out from your local public library. Join us next week as we discuss Mexican Gothic by Silvia Moreno-GarciaHere is the cocktail recipe for next week's episode if you want to drink along with us!Black Widow Smash via Half-Baked HarvestINGREDIENTS8 fresh blackberries, plus more for topping1-2 tsp fresh rosemary, plus a sprig for servingJuice from half a lemon1-2 TB honey1 ½ - 2 oz tequila or MezcalCouple dashes orange bittersSparkling water, for toppingINSTRUCTIONSIn a cocktail shaker or glass jar, add blackberries, rosemary, lemon juice and honey. Muddle all of the ingredients together, squishing everything to release the juices. Add the tequila and orange bitters. Add ice to your glass and strain the drink over the ice. Top the glass with a little more ice, pour the sparkling water over, and gently stir to combine. Garnish with fresh rosemary. DRINK!
On this episode: 2 new release horror reviews, The greatest final girl ever, and Have public domain laws gone too far? PLUS! Lee-Lo is back!! Audiences die from dysentary at the theater, and Temple of Doom went too far… In news: Temple of Doom, PG-13 ratings, Aragorn, The King of Men, Coolio, Mark Morrison, Middle Class R&B Class, Sacramento weather, Briauna, Javier, Milk, Jason from Binge Movies, Scream, Mac & Me, A Ghost Story, Matt Stillman, Cinemaddicts, Bruce Purkey, Eric Holmes. Andrew Martin, Joseph Bridges, Greg Srisavasdi, Jason Kleeberg, Force Five Podcast, Jack Fitzpatrick, Barry Jenkins, Medicine for Melancholy, Sex and the City, The Visitor, Paramount, Blumhouse Television, Epix, Amazon, The Lie, Dark Anthology series, Hulu, Treehouse of Horrors, Dorian Gray, Finn Jones, Game of Thrones Jessica Macname, Game of Thrones, Dana Rhodes, Where the Crawdads Sing, The Others, Haunting of Bly Manor, The Turning, Finn Wolfhard, Terrifier 2, Art the Clown, Daniel Leone, All Hallows' Eve, Tim Curry's It, Slash Film's final girls, I Still Know What You Did Last Summer, Friday the 13th VII, You're Next, Nightmare on Elm Street 4: Dream Master, Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers, Judy Greer, Happy Death Day, Murder Party, Jennifer Love Hewitt, Sarah Connor, Terminator, Hellraiser, Pandora's Box, Gale Weathers, Fear Street, The Witch, Ellen Ripley, Alien, Sidney Prescott, Neve Campbell, Halloween Ends, Laurie Strode, The Grinch horror movie, The Mean One, Mike Meyers, The Cat in the Hat, Crazytown, Butterfly, Lindsay Lohan, Netflix, Hallmark Movies, The Princess Switch, Mean Girls, The Parent Trap, Jingle Bell Rock, Pang, Light As A Feather, A Christmas Castle, Cary Elwes, Lazytown, Bruce Willis, Deep Cake, Moonlighting, Temple of Doom, George Lucas, Ke Huy Kwan, Steven Spielberg, E.T., Shia LeBeouf, River Phoenix, Lyle Lyle Crocodile, Shawn Mendes, Javier Bardem, Amelia Bedelia, Golly Gump Swallowed a Fly, Josh Gordon, Will Speck, Blades of Glory, Will Ferrell, James Hong, Oregon Trail, Renthttp://www.MCFCpodcast.com-Email us at MCFCpodcast@gmail.com -Leave us a voicemail (209) 730-6010-Get some merch:https://middle-class-film-class.creator-spring.com/-Sponsor - N/AJoseph Navarro Pete Abeytaand Tyler Noe Streaming Picks:League of Super Pets - HBO MaxLaw Abiding Citizen - Hulu, Prime, Tubi, Roku, Plex, Pluto, BET+Ernest Scared Stupid - Roku, HooplaSpree - HuluFright Night (2011) - HuluDo Revenge - NetflixLet The Right One In - Prime, Hulu, Roku, Hoopla, Vadu, Criterion, Kanopy, Crackle, DirecTVLet Me In - Hulu, Tubi
Netflix's three-part Fear Street series is getting the Not Quite Dead minisode treatment this season! Come listen to discussion on the surprisingly (to some) mature content and debate with us when you can introduce kids to their first slasher movie. Episode edited by Cate Smith. Music by Zach Pfeifer.
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On the July 21, 2022 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor Ben Pearson is joined by /Film editor Hoai-Tran Bui to talk about the latest film and TV news, including Loki season 2, the MonsterVerse TV show, a live-action Lilo and Stitch movie, and a Mortal Kombat sequel. Opening Banter: In The News: Ben: Kurt And Wyatt Russell Board Apple's Godzilla Monsterverse Series HT: Loki Season 2 Brings In Blindspotting Star Rafael Casal Ben: More Fear Street Movies Are On The Way Ben: Mortal Kombat Director Simon McQuoid Will Return For The Sequel HT: Live-Action Lilo & Stitch Movie Coming From Marcel The Shell With Shoes On Director Dean Fleischer Camp Also mentioned: All the other stuff you need to know: You can find more about all the stories we mentioned on today's show at slashfilm.com, and linked inside the show notes. /Film Daily is published every weekday, bringing you the most exciting news from the world of movies and television as well as deeper dives into the great features from slashfilm.com. You can subscribe to /Film Daily on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Overcast, Spotify and all the popular podcast apps (RSS). Send your feedback, questions, comments and concerns to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please leave your name and general geographic location in case we mention the e-mail on the air. Please rate and review the podcast on Apple Podcasts, tell your friends and spread the word! Thanks to Sam Hume for our logo.
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Sadie Sink's star is soaring. And it has been ever since Stranger Things 2 hit Netflix in October of 2017. But since, Sink has made the absolute most of every single opportunity to come her way, proving her boundless range and astronomical promise in this industry. Not only is she a sheer force in her first lead role in a feature film playing Ziggy in Fear Street 1978, but she also shines in Taylor Swift's All Too Well: The Short Film, will star in Darren Aronofsky's next film, The Whale, and, to top it all off, she delivers what I truly believe is an Emmy nomination-worthy performance in Stranger Things 4. Sink is a true standout in front of the camera, so it's shocking to think that there was a time when Sink envisioned her career being solely on the stage, not on screen.While we wait for Strange Things 4 Volume 2 to drop on Netflix on July 1st, Sink joined me for an episode of Collider Ladies Night to recap her journey from her earliest inspirations to Stranger Things megastar. Hear all about her time working on the stage, how she made the pivot to screen, what she imagines Max went through between Stranger Things 3 and 4, what it was like filming "Dear Billy," and so much more in this interview! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Go to https://bit.ly/EddieBW20 and use the code BINGE20 for 20% offOur missing co-host inspires us to talk about party ethics and more importantly what used to happen to the first person to fall asleep at a party, was it just an Urban legend?It's Summer Slash: Fear Street Movies Revisited.Neve Campbell Exits Scream 6 over contract issues. Scream 6 is also bringing back Hayden Panettiere. Rumor is Scream 6 will feature the most violent version of Ghostface.Netflix has scooped up the global streaming rights to Taiwanese horror blockbuster Incantation, which it will release worldwide on July 8. It has been described as the “scariest Taiwanese film ever.” Also top grossing original horror film from Taiwan.Rumor mill: New Fear Street series coming soon.Tonight's movie? FEAR STREET 1994. After a series of brutal slayings, a teen and her friends take on an evil force that's plagued their notorious town for centuries. This was part of a film event trilogy on Netflix based on RL Stine's Fear Street books, which are basically Goosebumps for grown ups. We have several copies of new horror movie UNHUMAN to give away - tell us in the comments your favorite horror movie you want us to review or leave a nice review of our podcast for a chance to score one - screenshots and email proof - so do it and tell us about it.NEXT WEEK: a horror movie produced by mel brooks with bill paxton and michael ironside as well as twisted character actor Marshal Bell who played the deviant coach in Nightmare 2 as well as the mutant KUATO in Total Recall - a hidden gem called THE VAGRANT. Summer Slash IV Official Scream TEE - Horror Movies Lover - T-Shirt | TeePublichttps://bit.ly/SummerSlashTEEListen now at: https://www.bwpodcast.com/recent-episodesSubscribe for new content: https://bit.ly/SUBBWPODHorror movies. Movie News. Movie Stories and More. Adventures in Binge-Watching From the Professional Binge-Watchers on this Late Night Comedy and Movie Podcast Hosted by JOHNNY SPOILER. Joined by his film-making buddies, DANGEROUS DAVE and JORDAN SAVAGE#SUMMERSLASH #HORRORMOVIEFANS #BINGEWATCHERSPODCASTSupport the show
This week Kelly and Katai read “Fear Street #9: The Stepsister” by R.L. Stine, the touching story of a drip who is too dumb to know her actual sister hates her. They talk classic murder pranks, why you shouldn't date your sister's ex, whining about cake, and an iconic confession by way of dead bunny toss. SUBSCRIBE TO THE TEEN CREEPS PATREON to get bonus episodes like this one, merch, and more: https://www.patreon.com/teencreeps CONNECT W/ TEEN CREEPS: https://twitter.com/teencreepspod https://www.instagram.com/teencreepspod https://www.facebook.com/teencreepspod BUY TEEN CREEPS MERCH: https://www.teepublic.com/stores/teen-creeps TEEN CREEPS IS A FOREVER DOG PODCAST https://foreverdogpodcasts.com/podcasts/teen-creeps *All creepy opinions expressed are those of the hosts and guests. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices