1818 novel by Mary Shelley
Werner Herzog is a German film director, screenwriter, author, actor, and opera director, regarded as a pioneer of New German Cinema. He hates introspection, but is here for your health! Learn all about whats new with Werner on this fine episode of Death By DVD all about HERZOGIQUILL : THE WERNER HERZOG ANTIDEPRESSANTHave you heard DEATH BY DVD PRESENTS : WHO SHOT HANK? The first of its kind (On this show, at least) an all original narrative audio drama exploring the murder of this shows very host, HANK THE WORLDS GREATEST! Explore WHO SHOT HANK, starting with the MURDER! A Death By DVD New Year Mystery WHO SHOT HANK : PART ONE WHO SHOT HANK : PART TWO WHO SHOT HANK : PART THREE WHO SHOT HANK : PART FOUR WHO SHOT HANK PART 5 : THE BEGINNING OF THE END WHO SHOT HANK PART 6 THE FINALE : EXEUNT OMNES The Death By DVD SENTINEL remix theme by LINUS FITNESS-CENTRE
Nick Saban vs Jimbo Fisher Round 1, CFB NIL insanity, Deion weighs in, Lane Kiffin-Hugh Freeze-Gus Malzahn join in the fray, Braves in Miami, Luke Jackson's no good terrible year so far, Kelsey Wingert takes a baseball to the head that could have been deadly & has guts to show her Frankenstein stitches, ESPN.Com actually does some journalism by taking on the NBA's 10 billion dollar shady business w/ Red China in a story that includes cotton picking slaves in the year 2022 I'm not kidding, Hall of Famer Bob Cousy claps back at JJ Redick's smartass comment that Bob was defended by "plumbers & firefighters", petedavis.buzzsprout.com, Pete's Tweets, This Day in Sports History. Come for why I was wishing for a root canal yesterday, stay for Hokies player charged with murdering a date from Tinder when he finds the Sheila is really a Bruce. Plus a cure for athlete's foot & why Joe Frazier is cooler than Ali. And we revisit Brooks Conrad's big day
Die 60er Jahre waren die Hochzeit der Hammer Film Production. Dabei schufen sie nicht nur Frankenstein und Dracula, sondern auch eine Reihe von sehr beachtenswerten Thrillern und einer ganzen Reihe von weiteren phantastischen Filmen unter anderem mit der Kameralegende Freddie Francis oder auch mit Bette Davis - tauchen Sie ein in die World of Hammer.
A special Photowalk week in which we talk to photographers about addiction, mental health, mindfulness and how the practice of photography has a healing positive effect. Also today, making pictures without a camera, the beautiful landscape that is the entire island of Ireland, the sound of your pictures, colourful fishing harbors, trespassing and the Welsh retreat for Frankenstein? For links to all discussed, see the SHOW PAGE. Supported by MPB.com and our Patrons.
Bea Álvarez nació en un lugar de la Mancha de cuyo nombre sí quiere acordarse hace ya casi 43 primaveras. Le encanta cumplir años y los gatos y sueña con vivir en el campo en un futuro no muy lejano. El primer libro que leyó fue "Miguel Strogoff" de Julio Verne con seis o siete años, era un libro ilustrado que le regaló su abuelo, y luego llegaron las "Leyendas de Bécquer", "La Historia Interminable" de Michael Ende, "La Regenta de Clarín" y todo lo que su tía Julita le dejaba de Stephen King. Tiene un gato negro que se llama Víctor por Víctor Frankenstein aunque podría ser Church como el de Cementerio de Animales.... Estudió filología hispánica aunque ha trabajado en todo lo que le ha ido saliendo. También escribe y cree que lo mejor que se le da son los cuentos y los relatos. Tiene una newsletter donde cada domingo publica todo aquello que le pasa o le cuentan. El año pasado publicó su primer libro “La Malcontenta y otros racconti de iniciación” con la editorial Desayuno con libros. Notas del podcast:ENTRADAS PODCAST EN DIRECTO CON JUAN TALLÓN: https://cine.entradas.com/cine-madrid/cine-paz/evento/59637/podcast-participantes-para-un-delirioNewsletter de Bea Álvarez: https://tinyletter.com/bea_victor/archiveLIBROS: - “Los nombres propios”, Marta Jiménez Serrano - “La Malcontenta y otros racconti”, Beatriz Álvarez - El Palacio de Hielo, Tarjei Vesaas - Canto yo y la montaña baila, Irene Solà - La maravillosa vida de Óscar Wao, Junot Díaz - Novela de Ajedrez, Stefan Zweig - El ruletista, Mircea Cartarescu - Cegador, Mircea Cartarescu - El ojo castaño de nuestro amor, Mircea Cartarescu - Nostalgia, Mircea Cartarescu - El verano en que mi madre tuvo los ojos verdes, Tatiana Tibuleac - El jardín de vidrio, Tariana Tibuleac - Rewind, Juan Tallón - Obra Maestra, Juan Tallón - Yo te quise más, Tom Spanbauer - El huracán y la mariposa, Yolanda Guerrero - Mortal y rosa, Umbral - La Parcela, Alejandro Simón Partal - Entre los rotos, Alaide Ventura - Esperando a Mr. Bojangles, Olivier Bourdeaut - Poeta Chileno, Alejandro Zambra - Piscinas Vacías, Laura Ferrero - La gente no existe, Laura Ferrero - Un lugar seguro, Olivia Teroba - Mi planta de naranja lima, Jose Mauro de Vasconcelos - En la tierra somos fugazmente grandiosos, Oceang Vuong - Cielo nocturno con heridas de fuego, Ocean Vuong - Los argonautas, Maggie Nelson - El infinito en un junco, Irene Vallejo - El esnobismo de las golondrinas, Mauricio Wiesenthal - Historia de un gato, Laura Agustí - El nervio óptico, María Gainza - Línea de penumbra, Elvira Valgañón - Siempre hemos vivido en el castillo, Shirley Jackson - Lo esencial, Miguel Milá - Apegos Feroces, Vivian Gornick - Me llamo Lucy Burton, Elizabeth Strout - Ay, William, Elizabeth Strout - Julio Cortázar y Cris, Cristina Peri Rossi - 84, Charing Cross Road, Helene Hanff - Éramos unos niños, Patti Smith - Autoficción, Sergio Blanco - Conversaciones sobre la escritura, Ursula K Le Guin - Contar es escuchar, Ursula K Le Guin - Mientras escribo, Stephen King - Zen en el arte de escribir, Ray Bradbury - Nuestra parte de noche, Mariana Enriquez - Yoga, Emmanuele Carrère - Los días perfectos, Jacobo Bergareche - Estaciones de regreso, Jacobo Bergareche - Actos obscenos en lugar privado, Marco Missiroli - La insumisa, Cristina Peri Rossi - Agua y Jabón, Marta D. Riezu Chat de Telegram: https://t.me/participantesparaundelirio
Raja Schaar is an industrial designer, afrofuturist and doomsday optimist. She is the Director at Drexel University's product design program and co-chair of the Industrial Designers Society of America, Diversity Equity and Inclusion Council. Listen to learn about: Raja's career in design Climate change and design How Raja uses science fiction and futurism in her teaching and work Black Girls STEAMing Through Dance Social Impact Design The power of design Media resources for designers wanting to explore future-thinking Our Guest Raja Schaar, IDSA (she/her) is Director and Associate Professor of the Product Design Program at Drexel University's Westphal Collage of Media Arts and Design. She co-chairs IDSA's Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Council is the past Education Director for the organization. Raja studies the ethical implications of design and technology through the lenses of speculative design and climate change. Her current projects address biases maternal health through wearable technology and participatory design; community-based co-design for engaging black girls and underrepresented minorities in STEM/STEAM; and generating frameworks and tools to embed Afrofuturism, biomimicry, sustainability, and climate justice into Design praxis. Show Highlights [02:09] Raja takes us on a fun trip through her childhood “what do you want to be when you grow up?” dreams. [05:47] STEM and creativity. [06:24] How Raja ended up going into industrial design in college. [09:03] The interdisciplinary design class that changed everything. [11:37] Diving into materials life cycles and sustainability in her junior year. [13:31] Why Raja got angry at her major and wanting to change the way we do design. [16:37] Volunteering at a science museum and discovering a love of exhibition design. [17:22] Replacing the museum's carpet tile introduced Raja to Interface, Inc. and their sustainable modular carpet system. [19:28] Product design can be ethical and sustainable and conscientious of its environmental impact. [20:38] Creating a conceptual project for the Children's Museum of Atlanta. [21:13] Graduate school and studying critical pedagogies and looking at new ways of teaching rooted in social change. [21:59] How Raja got into teaching. [23:52] Raja talks about some of the design challenges she's passionate about right now. [24:03] Climate change. [24:34] Economic accessibility and inclusion. [24:50] Usability. [25:27] Social impact design. [26:00] Who has access to the power of design? [28:00] Raja's mission to open the doors of design to young black girls. [28:40] What Raja loves about design. [30:06] The true power of design. [31:14] Founding Black Girls STEAMing Through Dance at Drexel. [32:37] Looking at the effects of climate change on communities of color worldwide. [35:01] Science fiction and speculative design in Raja's work. [35:18] Everybody's a futurist. [36:14] Raja's love of science fiction came from her parents. [37:08] Reading Mary Shelley's Frankenstein in an engineering ethics class. [40:25] There's a lot to learn from science fiction's futurist thinking. [41:41] Using ideas from science fiction in her work on climate change. [44:54] Raja calls herself a “doomsday optimist.” [49:35] Octavia Butler's Parable of the Sower. [53:25] Looking at the world through the eyes of black women. [58:14] The connection between science fiction and speculative design. [58:41] Designing the future. [1:01:10] Speculative design allows us to ask deep questions. [1:01:46] The Keurig K-Cup example. [1:04:35] Speculating and futuring has to be part of how we teach and learn. [1:05:07] The importance of reflecting on our own design decisions and their potential future consequences. [1:06:36] Books and resources Raja recommends for those wanting to explore... [1:07:07] Climate change. [1:15:25] The role of technology in society. [1:16:19] Netflix's documentary, Coded Bias. [1:30:29] Doomsday and the idea of the point of no return. [1:33:23] The Avengers' Thanos as a hyper-violet environmentalist. [1:38:40] Thinking about where we're at now, and what future we want? Links Raja on LinkedIn Raja on Instagram Raja on Drexel University Raja on IDSA Drink in Design: Raja Schaar & Ann Gerondelis on Bio-Inspired Design Tulane Taylor Center: March Design Thinking Breakfast with Raja Schaar, IDSA Coded Bias on Netflix Book Recommendations The Green Imperative: Ecology and Ethics in Design and Architecture, by Victor Papanek Design for the Real World: Human Ecology and Social Change, by Victor Papanek Algorithms of Oppression: How Search Engines Reinforce Racism, by Safiya Umoja Noble Weapons of Math Destruction: How Big Data Increases Inequality and Threatens Democracy, by Cathy O'Neil Design Justice: Community-Led Practices to Build the Worlds We Need, by Sasha Costanza-Chock How Long 'til Black Future Month?: Stories, by N. K. Jemison The Giver, by Lois Lowry Philip K. Dick's Electric Dreams The Lorax (Classic Seuss), by Dr. Seuss Movie/TV Recommendations For designers wanting to think about climate change: Avatar, Fern Gully, Waterworld, Elysium, Snowpiercer, The Expanse For designers wanting to think about the role of technology in society: Minority Report, Omniscient, Interstellar Futurist: Matrix, Terminator, Wall-E Other Design Thinking 101 Episodes You Might Like Speculative Design + Designing for Justice + Design Research with Alix Gerber — DT101 E27 A Designer's Journey into Designing for Health and Healthcare with Lorna Ross — DT101 E45 Working and Leading at the Intersection of Engineering, Business and Design with Kevin Bethune — DT101 E76
We're smack dab in the middle of this month's Hammer Horror theme and, this week, Geoff contends with The Revenge of Frankenstein! Find new episodes of the Film Seizure Podcast every Wednesday and a new Monster Mondays each Monday at www.filmseizure.com Like what we do? Buy us a coffee! www.ko-fi.com/filmseizure Follow us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/filmseizure/ Follow us on Twitter: twitter.com/FilmSeizure Follow us on Instagram: www.instagram.com/filmseizure/ You can now find us on YouTube as well! The Film Seizure Channel can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/c/FilmSeizure
Ernest Borgnine lived to be 95 years old. 95 sweet sweet years on this earth. Do you know how he achieved that? By masturbating. A LOT! HEAR ALL ABOUT BORGNINE BEATING HIS MEAT ON THIS NEW EPISODE OF DEATH BY DVD! Have you heard DEATH BY DVD PRESENTS : WHO SHOT HANK? The first of its kind (On this show, at least) an all original narrative audio drama exploring the murder of this shows very host, HANK THE WORLDS GREATEST! Explore WHO SHOT HANK, starting with the MURDER! A Death By DVD New Year Mystery WHO SHOT HANK : PART ONE WHO SHOT HANK : PART TWO WHO SHOT HANK : PART THREE WHO SHOT HANK : PART FOUR WHO SHOT HANK PART 5 : THE BEGINNING OF THE END WHO SHOT HANK PART 6 THE FINALE : EXEUNT OMNES The Death By DVD SENTINEL remix theme by LINUS FITNESS-CENTRE
¿Qué tienen en común Frankenstein y Drácula con el tango? ¿Y escritores como Edgar Allan Poe y Robert Louis Stevenson con los puertos de Buenos Aires y Montevideo? Instrucciones para aprender a escuchar las modernas canciones del Río de la Plata pensando a Lord Byron y a Mary Shelley en compañía de la música de Tom Waits, Nick Cave y Vinicio Capossela. Escuchar audio
We're back to continue Season 8 of Saturday School, where we're exploring the roots of Asian American science fiction films. This week, we're thinking about movies like "Frankenstein," "Face/Off" or "Eyes Without a Face' -- plastic-surgery-gone-wrong films. So we are revisiting Pamela Tom's 1990 short film "Two Lies." It's from the point of view of a Chinese American teenager and her younger sister. Their mom recently left their dad, and she decides to get eyelid surgery as part of her "new grip on life." She's wearing sunglasses and secluding herself in the bathroom to hide the bandages around her eyes. She's dating a white man who's passionate about "the Orient" and calls her "Lotus Bud." She even talks differently. Is it a scientific experiment with horrific consequences, or just a regular procedure? As common as getting braces, their mother insists!
This week Justin gives us some incite into the wild world of Frankenstein! You'll want to join in! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/friends-facts--fiction/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/friends-facts--fiction/support
"Music Man" October 9, 1976 Monster Squad was a one season NBC Saturday morning live action show for kids in 1976. In it, Walt, who worked in his uncle's wax museum, discovered that he could bring the figures of Dracula, Frankenstein's monster, and the Wolfman to life. Wanting to atone for the sins of their past, the trio, with Walt's crime computer set out on a mission to stop evil wherever they found it. We move on to the fifth episode with the villain - Music Man. This one clearly has Batman 66 DNA all over it from the henchmen to the humor to the appearance of Stanley Ralph Ross. John and Joe Crowe of RevolutionSF and the Dragoncon American SciFi Classics Track discuss "Primrose Lane", the humor of Marty Allan and Stanley Ralph Ross' desire to be an actor. Take a listen and let us know what you think here or by writing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mal eben ein Monster erschaffen, einen Gruselroman schreiben, der die Welt fasziniert - passiert das im stillen Dichterstüblein oder eher wie im Fall Mary Shelleys im verregneten Urlaub mit zerstrittenen Freunden? Frankenstein machte die Schriftstellerin weltberühmt.
Ya vimos lo que ocurrió en Estados Unidos, ahora hablemos de Europa durante un tiempo en el que la gente estaba preocupada por el futuro y lo plasmó en el cine. Hoy, en #Vestigiosdelahistoria, Alemania y el cine. Veremos dónde aparecieron personajes míticos del terror como la momia, Drácula o Frankenstein; además, nos adentraremos en la primera película futurista y sus serias implicaciones sociales. No se lo pierdan, en Spreaker y www.urosarioradio.coConduce Andrés Medina OstosProduce: La Matriarca Creative Studio
Have you ever been called a conspiracy theorist? Garret Renon and I sit down to talk about some taboo topics, and it gets weird... From "truths", Frankenstein foods, the pyramids and creating with thought. We dive into the Seven Hermetic principles explaining each one and giving practical examples of how they show up in our day to day lives. This conversation is cut short by what we call time, however we've hardly scratched the surface on some of the mysteries of the universe. Join us for a candid and honest discussion about things that others don't want to talk about. Listen To Garret's Podcast! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-deeper-you-go-the-weirder-it-gets/id1487344343
Classics You Slept Through: Episode 95 - Frankenstein (Chapters 10 - 15) Pursuing his creation, who he believes responsible for the murder of his brother and, indirectly, the death of Justine, Victor comes face to face with his creation. Unable to best it in combat, he is instead convinced to listen to what the creature has been up to over the past year. Turns out, he's been the most innocent voyeur to ever observe an unsuspecting family. YouTube Twitter Facebook Instagram Twitch Reddit Email: CYSTPod@gmail.com
Welcome to Blackbird9's Breakfast Club's Wednesday podcast, "Summer Of Love 1816 With Lord Byron". Tonight we examine the life and works of Lord George Gordon Byron, Percy Shelly and Mary Godwin-Shelly. https://www.blackbird9tradingposts.org/2022/05/11/summer-of-love-1816-with-lord-byron-blackbird9/In the First Hour we cover the chaotic events brought on by the teachings of the Frankfurt School Marxists. Their mission has always been to establish a Greater Israel ruled by globalism under the direction of Talmudic Noahide Law and at the same time force all other nations to surrender their independent sovereignty. In the second hour of "Summer of Love 1816 With Lord Byron" the host examined the life and works of Lord George Gordon Byron, Percy Shelly and Mary Godwin-Shelly.
Hammer 22: Frankenstein Created Woman Mark and Sam continue their chronologically-ordered, occasional trips into the world of Hammer Horror, with Hammer's 4th Frankenstein movie Links to all our Hammer episodes: The Good The Bad and The Hammer Feedback to: email@example.com Or chat with Mark who runs the facebook account athttp://www.facebook.com/the-good-the-bad-and-the-odd or read Mark's reviews on Letterboxd Main Page […]
"When the darkest part of you meets the darkest part of me, it creates light." This is one of the many incredible lines readers will find in Coco Mellors's luminous debut novel Cleopatra and Frankenstein. In this riveting story, readers meet Cleo and Frank, two disparate characters whose chance encounter brings them closer in ways they couldn't have expected. Throughout the book, readers also meet Cleo and Frank's closest friends and family members, whose own stories add texture to Cleo and Frank's relationship and provide a nuanced portrait of what it means to come together, grow up, and in some cases, grow apart. Cleopatra and Frankenstein may be a work of literary fiction, but for Coco, it also calls upon what she deems "emotional nonfiction." And her own story of transformation and curiosity is a reminder that slowing down—and looking inward—is often the only way forward. In this interview, Coco shared more about what led her to write Cleopatra and Frankenstein, her thoughts on gratitude and faith, and the importance of spending time doing what you love most. This episode also opens with a story by Alyssa Natoci. A transcript of this episode is also available on our website: https://www.slowstoriespodcast.com/community/slow-stories-podcast-show-notes-coco-mellors
In the first of this three-part series covering Special Edition #3 - Even More Tales to Give You Goosebumps, Andy and Alyssa read "The Chalk Closet" "Home Sweet Home," and "Don't Wake Mummy" Along the way, they discuss 17th-century recycling; Natalie Sideserf; Dante's Inferno; time loops; Triangle; too-strict teachers; Roald Dahl; The Third Wave; The Next Karate Kid; disappearances; And Then There Were None; insufficient square footage; the Ed Gein of frogs; mommy issues; spider women; Coraline; Arachne; Curse of the Black Widow; disproportionate punishment; Scrooged; Kafka;Toy Story; McCarthyism; Deadly Garage Sale; small-town museums and weird personal collections; Bluebeard; “The Shadow Over Innsmouth”; Frankenstein; backfiring pranks; The Lodge; The Collector; No Child Left Behind; and mumia. // Music by Haunted Corpse // Follow @saypodanddie on Twitter and Instagram, and get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org
It's alive!! Join Reneé, John Paul, and Travis as they discuss James Whale's 1931 Universal horror classic "Frankenstein." Please consider supporting the show on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thepodmortem Where to listen to the podcast and follow us on social media: https://allmylinks.com/thepodmortem Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/thepodmortem https://twitter.com/bloodandsmoke https://twitter.com/realstreeter84 https://twitter.com/travismwh What would you rate Frankenstein and what should we watch next? Email us at email@example.com "Pod Mortem Theme" written and performed by Travis Hunter. https://youtube.com/travismwh
BLACK LAGOON HARD SELTZER : BRING OUT THE MONSTER IN YOU! It's lean, it's green and if you drink 12 of 'em YOU'LL GET MEAN! On this episode of DEATH BY DVD hear all about Black Lagoon Hard Seltzer, the beverage that bruises! Have you heard DEATH BY DVD PRESENTS : WHO SHOT HANK? The first of its kind (On this show, at least) an all original narrative audio drama exploring the murder of this shows very host, HANK THE WORLDS GREATEST! Explore WHO SHOT HANK, starting with the MURDER! A Death By DVD New Year Mystery WHO SHOT HANK : PART ONE WHO SHOT HANK : PART TWO WHO SHOT HANK : PART THREE WHO SHOT HANK : PART FOUR WHO SHOT HANK PART 5 : THE BEGINNING OF THE END WHO SHOT HANK PART 6 THE FINALE : EXEUNT OMNES The Death By DVD SENTINEL remix theme by LINUS FITNESS-CENTRE