The power of Christ compels brothers Phil & Warren to deep dive into the horror blockbuster masterpiece "The Exorcist''. Topics include: Friedkin's approach & the creepy production (2:20), the stars of the picture (18:45), stats & accolades (34:50), best scenes & lines (44:15), Judge Bob's recasting court (58:20), and the film's legacy & lore (1:13:10), plus much more.
This week we meet the Fitzgerald sisters in the quirky Canadian allegory for blooming into womanhood, 2000's Ginger Snaps. We will look at it's humble beginnings and fight for financing, how it being written by a woman makes the whole thing work, the amazing performances of the two leads, the kick ass soundtrack and how its become a cult hit over the years. All that plus musical guest Dolore with their new single "Dramma" courtesy HorrorPainGoreDeath.com
In their Season 2 premiere, cohosts Dino and Mike delve back into Friedkin territory with I Eat Movies #14: Billy Flops - Deal of the Century (1983) / Jade (1995). Exploring two of his undermentioned and critically maligned pictures, the fellas explore how a political satire led by the comedic force of Chevy Chase and accompanied by the likes of Sigourney Weaver and Gregory Hines misfired like a B-29 bomber. In addition, although beloved by the filmmaker himself, Friedkin's attempts to get frisky with erotic thrills and twists that do little to tantalize and resulted in a pair of Golden Raspberry nominations for its troubles is also discussed. Whether you asked for it or not, I Eat Movies is back!
It's time to discuss two formative and unique Oscar-nominated horror movies from the 1970's. Starting with the first ever horror Best Picture nominee, Nick and Sophia follow Fathers Karras and Merrin in compelling demons in The Exorcist (1:20). Next, in the first ever adaptation of a Stephen King novel- and his first, too- lives another transformation of a tortured yet spiritually gifted female, "Carrie" (45:35). Which director considered an actor's performance so terrifying he didn't hire them back while multiple actors from the other film thought they were in a comedy? How were Friedkin and De Palma both obsessed with Hitchcock? Find out these answers and plenty more on this episode! Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @oscarwildpodMusic: “The Greatest Adventure” by Jonathan Adamich
We're back with an all new entry into Seeking Human Victims Season 12 - Wolfamania, as we look at the 1996 B movie from Morgan Creek called "BAD MOON" starring Mariel Hemmingway & Dennis The Menace! We talk about the pros, cons and everything in between as well tell the story of yet another werewolf movie based off of a book. Listen as we go through this mixed bag of lycanthropic fun. Plus special musical guest Exsanguination appearing courtesy of Horror Pain Gore Death Productions.
Something, something..better late than never. We apologize for the delay in this week's episode. Here is the Seeking Human Victims crew taking on the bombastic Jack Nicholson, Michelle Pfeifer and James Spader in 1994's WOLF. Plus courtesy of Horror Pain Gore Death Productions, musical guest Dolore with their track Tenaglie del Supplizio off the album L'orrendo Spettacollo Della Morte. Perfect for the Halloween season.
Corey Haim on the cusp of blowing up, Gary Busey at the height of his powers, a buffet (literally) of amazing character actors and more are all contained within this week's episode as we talk the polarizing "Silver Bullet", which to some is one of the best movies ever adapted from the works of Steven King and to others, was a massive disappointment. Based on the King novella, "Cycle Of The Werewolf", the SHV crew will weigh in with a variety of opinions. Also this week our musical guest courtesy of HorrorPainGoreDeath.com comes to us from Albequerque, NM with their song "Separate" off the upcoming album "This Insidious Horror", is "FEED THE CORPSES TO THE PIGS".
This week on the show we look at a more fairy tale centric werewolf story, taking the mythology all the way back to its origins and giving us the first British werewolf tale in a few years with 1984's anthology-ish movie The Company Of Wolves directed by Neil Jordan (The Crying Game, Interview WIth A Vampire.) and starring Angela Lansbury & David Warner. Plus, this week's musical guest comes to us from Houston, TX as gothic/doom metal mavens "Saviorskin" bring us the song "Breaking Point" off their 2020 album "Omnipotence Of The Absolute" courtesy of Horror Pain Gore Death Productions (horrorpaingoredeath.com)
This week on Season 12: Wolfamania, we wrap up our look into the year of the wolf, 1981, with quite possibly the most famous Werewolf movie of all time next to the original Wolf Man. It's definitely the only other werewolf film to get full merchandising lines, action figure lines and even a spot at Universal Studio's Halloween Horror Nights. It is also the film that propelled special effects artist Rick Baker to superstardom and inspired the Michael Jackson, "Thriller" video. It won the fist ever academy award for special effects, is considered an all time classic and is some how still underrated. It is our distinct pleasure to bring you our official episode on John Landis' "AN AMERICAN WEREWOLF IN LONDON."All that plus our musical guest, coming to us all the way from Mexico courtesy of Horror Pain Gore Death Productions, is the legendary death/thrash band Mortuary with their song "Holy War" from the incredible compilation record Death Metal Power From Beyond, available now at horrorpaingoredeath.com
Agosto terminó con una fecha FIFA que dejó mucha preocupación para la Roma por el tema lesiones, pero también un par de alegrías importantes como los debut de Veretout y Zalewski. Hablamos de lo que se viene en el mes de septiembre, un mes con seis partidos entre liga y copa, el cual cierra con el derby, en teoría un mes no muy exigente, pero será el primer mes donde veremos a Mou trabajar a plenitud. Hablamos también sobre la situación económica del club, los Friedkin buscan nuevos inversores de cara al futuro, que pudiera pasar y cómo resolver la situación? Calciomercato: de última hora llega una oferta por Diawara y la Roma está abierta a vender. Nzonzi sigue sin aclarar su postura y no hay nueva pistas sobre su salida. La Previa: Roma - Sassuolo Esto y mucho más. (Ep. 116) Forza Roma! Estamos en www.planetaroma.net/podcast También en apple podcast, google podcast, spotify, stitcher, tunein, ivoox. Música: Upbeat Forever by Kevin MacLeod
Wolfamania continues with our look into the 2nd entry into the 1981 werewolf movie craze with a quite different take on that myhthology as we watch WOLFEN directed by Michael Wadleigh. We'll discuss how this pure horror meets crime drama hybrid packs a unique punch that sets it apart from its contemporaries, part of which is its embarassment of character-actor riches including the likes of Edward James Almos, Tom Newnan, Gregory Hines and Albert Finney.
Welcome to the landmark 12th season of The Seeking Human Victims podcast. This is a "Spin off" season, going back to our wildly popular "Universal Monsters" season where the modern movie monster template was created and will be an annual feature here on the show. Last year we looked at the children of "Creature From The Black Lagoon" with Season 7 - Aquatic Horror Beach Party, but now things are getting hairy! It's WOLFAMANIA brother, and the first begotten son of Lon Chaney Jr is the Werewolf craze of 1981 as we revisit the "Piranha" team of director Joe Dante and writer John Sayles for what is still regarded as one of if not the best werewolf films of all time....1981's THE HOWLING!Plus we're always bringing the spooky jams....our musical guest this week all the way from Sweden are death metal ass-kickers RIBSPREADER with their track "The Bone Church" off the new comp "Death Metal Power From Beyond" out now from Horror Pain Gore Death Productions. (Ribspreader appears courtesy horrorpaingoredeath.com )
We're back with another Executive Producer sponsored episode. Big shout out to EP Casey Oliver for his valuable support. This week we delve into the often under appreciated world of Blacksploitation horror for a 1973 sequel that features William Marshall and Pam Grier with incredible performances. It's Voodoo vs Vampires in SCREAM BLACULA SCREAM. Plus musical guest Ghoulhouse performs their song "Shrieks Of Fright" courtesy of HorrorPainGoreDeath.com
Sponsored by our Executive Producer Tier, here is maybe the greatest SHV bonus episode ever recorded. For EP Casey Oliver, here is our tale of the 1987 Arnold Schwarzenegger action classic, PREDATOR. From the grueling shooting conditions to a cast full of charismatic meat heads constantly ribbing each other, this is definitley one where the behind the scenes stories live up to the films outrageous rep. Exclusive to EP Patrons until Monday. Also includes musical guest Blasphemous Creation with the song "Vindication Scourge" courtesy of HorrorPainGoreDeath.com
En este episodio, hablamos de los amistosos de pretemporada, las novedades del Stadio della Roma, los movimientos de los Friedkin para infundir capital, y obviamente hablamos calciomercato. La llegada de Eldor Shomurodov y Matias Viña, así como las imminentes partidas de Edin Dzeko y Alessandro Florenzi. Hablamos también del nuevo nombre que suena fuerte en Trigoria, Tammy Abraham del Chelsea. Esto y muchísimo más. (Ep. 113) Forza Roma! Estamos en www.planetaroma.net/podcast También en apple podcast, google podcast, spotify, stitcher, tunein, ivoox. Música: Upbeat Forever by Kevin MacLeod
The season finale of the David Cronenberg Terror Timeline is here! We wrap things up with this bizarre tale of identical twin OBGYN doctors that was based on a real life true crime story with Jeremy Irons pulling double duty as both doctors. Plus our musical guest courtesy of horrorpaingoredeath.com this week is "Ghoulhouse" with the song "Maze Of Human Bones."
The penultimate episode of the David Cronenberg Terror Timeline is here! We're looking at how two up and coming stars delivered life changing performances as this became known as the film that launched Geena Davis & Jeff Goldblum to the next level. We'll talk about how Cronenberg mixes his unique arthouse style with a big budget studio film to fascinating results and of course the award winning special effects by Chris Walas. All that plus musical guest "Wolves Attack!!" with the song "Heavy Breathing", (courtesy horrorpaingoredeath.com) Don't miss it!
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This week we're both continuing the story of David Cronenberg and covering our 2nd Stephen King adaptation (there is another one coming next season btw.) We're looking at Christopher Walken as he chews the scenery and spits it out in 1983's The Dead Zone.
Better late than never! The SHV crew is back, injured Dan and all, with a brand new chapter of the David Cronenberg Terror Timeline as we look at a film that goes way out there, 1983's conspiracy filled, hallucinatory nightmare where porno snuff films may or may not be real, Videodrome starring Debby Harry, James Woods & more.
This week we celebrate American Independence Day by watching a Canadian film about psychic warfare. Ok, but at least there are explosions. Exploding heads as a matter of fact! That's right, this week on the David Cronenberg Terror Timeline we're talking 1981's Scanners.
Peter Falk is once again up for discussion on this episode of Films(trips), and hosts Andrew and Dave couldn't be happier!This time, the podcasting duo are looking at director William Friedkin's 1978 comedy (yes, COMEDY), THE BRINK'S JOB, starring a whose who of classic character actors, including Falk, Peter Boyle, Allen Garfield, Warren Oates, and Gena Rowlands! Does the film live up to its cast? Just how closely does Friedkin and company stick to the true incident the film is telling the story of? And do Andrew and Dave read the comics, or just look at the pictures? Tune in to find out!Next Episode: Serpentine! All music by Andrew Kannegiesser. Editing by Dave Babbitt
We've made it chapter 3 of The David Cronenberg Terror Timeline. This episode looks at one of his most personal films, 1979's The Brood. This is the film that was inspired primarily by Cronenberg's own brutal divorce from his first wife and the ensuing custody battle over their child and was David's "answer film" to Kramer vs Kramer. Plus some entertaining tales about the wild personal exploits of Oliver Reed. Buckle up and like we have done all season.. "Let's Get Weird!".
Pride Month is here and we're celebrating! In I Eat Movies #10: No Camping! - The Boys in the Band (1970) / But I'm a Cheerleader, the movie consuming duo feast heavily on Friedkin's groundbreaking adaptation of Mart Crowley's deeply moving and controversial stage play. Featuring one impassioned performance after another, Mike and Dino discuss the criticism the film faced on its representation of gay individuals and who each member of the band we identified the most with. For dessert, we cut into our first offering from the 90s with an indie lesbian tale that casts a satirical spotlight on gay-conversion camps and religion with its tongue firmly implanted in cheek. Choke full of hilarity, heart, a dope indie rock soundtrack and the fabulous RuPaul in a rare non-drag role, what's not to love? Also, Dino visits Fire Island and doesn't know what to do with Jim Parsons while, Mike hails 1999 for something more than Clinton being acquitted. All this and more in our cheer-raising salute to the LGBTQ community!
No es la primera vez que hablamos de este tema y quizás por eso es uno de los más pedidos, porque os quedásteis con ganas de mas. En la primera parte hablamos de Anabelle, de la Profecía o de The possesion, todas películas en cuyos rodajes sucedieron cosas como mínimo extrañas: Incendios, muertes inexplicables en el elenco, sucesos paranormales, historias malditas tras las películas...Pero, desde luego, no son esas las únicas películas que cargan con la etiqueta de “malditas” a sus espaldas. Hoy hablaremos de los clásicos, de auténticos clásicos del cine de terror en cuyos rodajes ocurrieron cosas extrañas. Hazte mecenas y no te lo pierdas https://www.patreon.com/Terroresnocturnos?l=esTampoco habría salido adelante sin el apoyo de vosotros, queridos mecenas de Patreon ¡Sois los mejores! Camarzana1, José Manuel D, Consuelo T, Raquel B, Saray P, Gilberlo C. E, Pablo F, Laura D, Atenea B, Tania C, Ramiro C, Samuel C, Alberto B, Ana C, El Séptimo Dios, Manel Andreu, Estefanía S, Clara R, Lara M, Claudia L, Sergio L. M, Xavito B, Angélica G, Laura, Chochis. Iván B. P, Pedro J. P, Marcos M.V, Alicia L. Naiara G.G, Torpekun, Miriam Z, Sara S, , Maria Jesus B, Selty, Maria P, ender W, Karina M, Eva V, Ema V, Paloma S, ferran B, Lilian B, Fernando F, Victoria F, Joe D, Ellias, Toni A. G., Patri J., Sandra S. C., Antonio A, Sara D, Mónica M, Edu V, Miguel D, Andrea F, Maxbiag, Patricia U, Carmen S. S., Rocio B, Alejandro L. G. , Sebastián Q, Lorena R. T., Geanina D., Nox21, Kamui Keikún, Andrèa E, Edwin W. M., Diego T.M., Victor I, Alba R., Somber L., Diego G., Raul M. G., David P., Guerrasub, Klap Kalash, Miguel Angel S. G., Julia E. S., Jonathan Ll. G., N. Martinez, José Antonio, Jonathan A, David G.A., Virginia, Victoria, Nardo1000, Diego C. A., Mayte S. M., Chyntia, J. SOchez, Homero R. de C. y RAFARL Sois los mejores, nuestros mecenas.¿Quieres contactar con nosotros?TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@terroresnocturnos_trn?lang=esTwitter: @TerroresN https://twitter.com/terroresn?lang=esInstagram: @terroresnocturnos_TRN https://www.instagram.com/terroresnocturnos_trn/?hl=esInstagram Emma Entrena: Emma_TRN https://www.instagram.com/emma.a_trn/Instagram Silvia Ortiz: Sil_TRN https://www.instagram.com/sil_trn/Instagram TheGray.Art https://www.instagram.com/thegray.art/Facebook: Terrores Nocturnos https://www.facebook.com/Terrores-Nocturnos-106095651118106Correo: firstname.lastname@example.orgProducido por David Fernández Marcos.Presentado por Emma Entrena y Silvia OrtizIlustración: Thegray.art
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We're back with the next chapter in the David Cronenberg terror timeline with 1977's "Rabid". We'll look at the controversial decision to cast adult film superstar Marilyn Chambers and how it boosted the profile of the movie, what it may have been an allegory for, and how it continues his legacy of body horror films. Available on all major podcast outlets!
Welcome to Season 11, The David Cronenberg Terror Timeline. This season we'll chart the career of the Canadian director who became known as the master of body horror. We kick things off this week with his first traditional feature film, the controversial "Shivers" from 1975. We'll look at how he got funding from the Canadian government, the influences that shaped his work and detail the battles he fought over his art not limited to having to testify before Parliament and being kicked out of his apartment. This is one you don't want to miss!We also debut a BRAND NEW theme song on this episode. Enjoy the soothing synth-wave sounds of "Solstice" by Shredderford. Go to https://www.shredderford.com/ and show support in a variety of ways. Pre-order the new album Pizza Galaxy on Spotify here - https://distrokid.com/hyperfollow/shredderford/pizza-galaxy Follow us on Twitter @OGScare! Also available on all major podcast outlets.
For our second installment of Queer & Rotten, we're heading back to 1980 to dissect one of the most controversial movies of the last 40 years: William Friedkin's queer-panic serial killer thriller "Cruising," featuring one of last truly restrained Al Pacino performances. A film that was mired in controversy from the moment it was announced, Friedkin's film became the first studio-funded thriller to set its sights on the queer S&M community. Protests from the New York queer community throughout its filming and up to its theatrical release paved the way for decades of polarizing conversations and retrospectives surrounding the film, as it remains a cinematic curiosity to this day. We're joined by writer Kaycee Felton-Lui to discuss the films place in the queer canon in 2021, Pacino and Friedkin's contentious working relationship, the complicated legacy the film left behind, and its haunting reminder of the homophobia that permeated Hollywood and the rest of the world at the dawn of the AIDS epidemic. "Cruising" is currently streaming on The Criterion Channel.
The "Decade Of Death" continues with a big budget haunted house movie that spawned multiple horror franchises. This week we're investigating "The Conjuring" from 2013 by director James Wan, starring Patrick Wilson, Vera Farmiga & more. We look at the real life paranormal investigators that inspired the film, Ed & Lorraine Warren, Director James Wan's background, the films that inspired Wan's vision for the film, the real history behind the film it's self and try to separate fact from fiction and much more.
And here is our 2nd Patreon Bonus Episode brought to you by our Executive Producer Tier....TIMECOP! Seeking Human Victims returns June 14th and Body Horror is the topic with Season 11 - The David Cronenberg Terror Timeline.
Join us for a 3-part series highlighting William Friedkin's law enforcement films, beginning with French Connection. Bob hasn't seen anything from Friedkin, so this probably won't be the last we hear of William Friedkin. Have you picked your feet in Poughkeepsie?!
Brought to you by our Executive Producer tier Patron Casey Oliver, here is the first ever non-horror episode of the show covering the 1987 coming of age action-arm-wrestling family drama Over The Top, starring Sylvester Stallone, Robert Loggia, and the greatest wrestler of all time, Terry Funk.
This week it's the season finale of Revenge of The Remakes and we're talking about one that caused a lot of ripples in the horror community as it is one of the only remakes we could point to that was made while the original continuity was still ongoing elsewhere! What looked to be a cheap cash grab for MGM was loaded with quality talent. Did it deliver the goods? Tune in.
Even though it is one of the favorite horror franchises of most everyone on the show, somehow Evil Dead has yet to make an appearance on Seeking Human Victims....until now. This week we're looking at the 70,000 gallon bloodbath that may have actually beaten Halloween to the punch with the whole "requel" thing. That's right it's Fede Alvarez directing, Sam Raimi, Bruce Campbell & Rob Tapert producing and Jane Levy Starring in 2013's EVIL DEAD.
It's been a crazy busy month for Scott and Ben. Ben's been putting the finishing touches on the 2021 Wisconsin Film Festival and Scott's been prepping for the first Local H live shows in a bit. Still, we found two hours to line up on opposite sides for a rough scrimmage over BLACK SUNDAY, John Frankenheimer's 1977 adaptation of Thomas Harris's best seller. Along the way your heroes mix it up over Cronenberg, Demme, Friedkin, and ole Ernie Lehman. And yes, of course we talk Parallax View, not to mention Day of the Dolphin. Dig in, there's plenty of 70s Conspiracy Thriller meat (or plant-based protein) to chew on here.
This week's episode is a holy grail for many longtime listeners as it was the only Friday movie not featured in our "Long Summer At Camp Blood" Season. That's right we're finally tackling the 2009 Platinum Dunes Friday The 13th Remake. The opinions on this one are all over the board. Some think it's the greatest Friday the 13th movie, others think it is an affront to the entire series. What happens when the creative team behind the TCM remake team up with the writers of Freddy vs Jason? Tune in and find out.
No remake is seeking revenge in this season more than this one. In a season that has brought us movies that are generally beloved by horror fans we've hit a polarizing roadblock as the controversial Rob Zombie remakes perhaps the most beloved horror film of all time, John Carpenter's 1978 "Halloween". We'll look at the alternate realities where a Halloween vs Hellraiser crossover almost took place, Rob Zombie's path to get there, what John Carpenter thought of it and much more. Plus, musical guest Poltergeist returns with a brand new song called "Sleepaway"! Available where you find podcasts.
Revenge of the remakes soldiers on with the BRUTAL 2006 remake of The Hills Have Eyes directed by Alexander Aja, produced by Wes Craven. We dig into all the gory goodness to look at this stylish, but very similar retelling with a sick & offensive coat of paint. You could also just call it the movie where the girl from Hocus Pocus involuntarily breast-feeds a deformed mutant cannibal.
Enjoy this special bonus episode featuring an interview we conducted with JB Destiny, Boomer Payne, Lola Destiny, Blair Morgan, & actor Erik Thompson of Image 987/Cryptic Pictures out of Pittsburgh, PA to talk about their new film "The Dirty Hands Man" which premiered the night we recorded this interview. We'll go in depth behind what went into the making of the film covering the inspirations, special effects, makeup, acting performances and more. We'll also talk about George Romero's lost pilot for the Pro Wrestling show Iron City Ass-Kickers, also available from Image 987 and how Dan, JB & Boomer's wrestling careers all at least indirectly intersected at one point or another and they found they all had quite a bit in common, including mutual friends. We'll also get a great George Romero story about what inspired ICA and how George himself was a wrestling fan. This was a great time and we definitely hope to have the Image 987 crew back on.
An all new Seeking Human Victims is here as "revenge of the Remakes" continues. This week we look at the Michael Bay produced 2003 remake of Texas Chainsaw Massacre, learn which of us did an about face on this one over time, what members of the original cast/ crew participated in the remake, and how Toby Hooper ultimately was able to benefit from it.
This week, Revenge Of The Remakes continues with our own "Snyder Cut", 2004's Dawn Of The Dead remake directed by Zach Snyder and written by James Gunn. We'll talk about how this movie was a cultural touchstone for Dan, why it's considered one of the best horror remakes ever, the terror of fast zombies, the incredible opening sequence and much more. Don't get stuck in a mall in a zombie apocalypse without subscribing on your favorite podcast provider today.
Revenge of the remakes continues as we look at a stylized remake of a William Castle film through the filter of 2001 as Tony Shaloub, Matthew Lillard & Shannon Elizabeth star in Thirteen Ghosts. We'll look at the cult following that has grown around the film, argue with Muji about the merits of that following, breakdown the origin story of each ghost, and much more on this highly requested edition of Seeking Human Victims.
This week we're examining the ballsy task of remaking one of the most beloved and groundbreaking horror films of all time. Nobody could have been more more up to the task than the legendary Tom Savini himself, in his directorial debut. We'll talk about Dan scaring the shit out of himself as a kid by watching this movie outside and Muji's seeming inability to remember these events. We'll look at the powerhouse performances from Tony Todd (pre Candyman), Tom Towles (Henry: Portrait Of A Serial Killer, House Of 1000 Corpses), & Patricia Tallman (respected stunt performer in tons of major films and TV shows). The new twists that were added to what was almost an identical remake otherwise and so much more. Available wherever you find podcasts!
Sounds the party horn, we're celebrating 10 seasons of Seeking Human Victims with "Revenge Of The Remakes." tackling the single most argued about topic in all of horror fandom. We're kicking things off with 1988's goopy, horrific, take no prisoners retelling of the 1950s sci-fi classic.... The Blob! Hot of Nightmare On Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors, the writer/director team of Chuck Russell & Frank Darabont bring us this cult classic starring Kevin Dillon & Shawnee Smith and we're getting our hands slimy to bring you the details. Available wherever you find podcasts.
In the season finale of the Clive Barker Terror Timeline we're looking at Barker through the lense of Japanese Director Ryuhei Kitamura (No One Lives), as performed by Vinnie Jones, Bradley Cooper & Leslie Bibb in this 2008 splatterfest. Learn about how a huge Barker fan adapting one of his stories yielded interesting results as we wrap up season 10! Also stay tuned for Season 11 - Revenge Of The Remakes, debuting on March 15th. Always available on all major podcast outlets.
"Flesh is a trap...and magic sets you free". Join us this week on Seeking Human Victims as we discuss the final directorial effort from Clive Barker (at least as of 2021), the genre bending, Scott Backula starring dark fantasy supernatural horror crime noir extravaganza known as LORD OF ILLUSIONS (1995) . We'll look at the introduction of the character Harry D'amour who became a recurring lead throughout Barker's books, a fascinating examination of the art of illusionists through death and resurrection, Famke Jensen in one of her best roles.. and of course all the crusty magical cult leader goodness.
The Clive Barker Terror Timeline continues with one of his most popular adaptations ever. This time we're digging back into the archives to bring you 1992's Candyman. This episode was originally featured back on Season 1"The Slashers", but it was also an essential piece of telling the story of Clive's film adaptations so we've dusted off and are giving it to you 100% free and we recorded a brand new intro discussing all of the developments in the world of Candyman since we recorded the original episode and with the new film now just a few months away (finally) there's been plenty to talk about.
Randy Jurgensen was involved in the 1972 Harlem mosque shooting incident wherein NYPD officer Phil Cardillo was shot and killed. Jurgensen later co-wrote a book about the notorious story, its investigation, and media fallout entitled "Circle Of Six.". Randy Jurgensen was born on December 7, 1933 in New York, USA. He is an actor and producer, known for Die Hard with a Vengeance (1995), Superman (1978) and The French Connection (1971). Randy Jurgensen was an NYPD detective for decades before becoming a major technical advisor in film and television. He worked with Eddie Egan and Sonny Grosso in the original case that inspired the French Connection story, and pursued cop killers both in New York and across the country until his retirement from the NYPD in the late 1970s. Made his first break in William Friedkin's French Connection, in which he played a police sergeant and serve as technical consultant alongside partners Sonny Grosso and Eddie Egan Plays regulars cameos as a police officer in several seventies exploitations including William Friedkin' films. His character (Lieutenant Lefronsky) in William Friedkin's Cruising was autobiographic. He really proceeded to the arrest of the real life criminal who inspired the events of Cruising (and believe it or not the killer made a cameo in Friedkin's The Exorcist!!!) Was involved in William Lustig's films Maniac and Vigilante serving as a police advisor, production manager and even stuntman. Randy Jurgensen was once involved in a sting operation in Greenwich Village wherein he arrested Lenny Bruce on an obscenity charge. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/otcpod1/support
Welcome to Best Picture this, where it is always Oscar season! Join Mike and Brian as they dissect every Best Picture nominee of the 21st century to decide whether to keep it or kick it from its Oscar pedestal. But first ... What are the best movies that have ever been nominated for Best Picture? Ahead of jumping into their 1999 pilot season, we discuss what makes a movie "important," why the Oscars matter and pick the top 5 films ever to have earned an Academy Award nod for Best Picture, since the first ceremony in 1929.