Welcome back to your favorite podcast that goes back and reexamines some cinema's biggest bombs. On this week's show, we welcome back Sammy from the GGTMC to discuss 1984's Cloak & Dagger, also known as “baby's first Hitchcock film.” Davey, your typical 80's latchkey kid, is on the search for a video game cartridge with important military secrets. This film is filled with kids in peril, imaginary friends, airport terrorism, and grown men trying to murder children? Yeah, the film gets a little dark in places. The show is an interesting discussion on 80's films, in general and asks the question, “Can nostalgia affect your ability to be critical of a film.”Timestamps: Intro - (1:06), Box Office and Critical Response - (7:05), Behind the Camera - (15:41), In Front of the Camera - (24:59), Production & Development - (45:27), Commercial Break - (54:05) Cloak & Dagger Discussion - (55:45), Is it a Bomb? - (109:47), Listener Feedback - (112:43), Outro - (128:09)Cloak & Dagger is directed by Richard Franklin and stars Henry “Kid from ET” Thomas, Dabney Coleman, and Michael Murphy. If you want to leave feedback or suggest a movie bomb, please drop us a line at NotABombPod@gmail.com. Also, if you like what you hear, leave a review on Apple Podcast.If you want to hear more of Sammy, make sure you subscribe to the Gentlemen's Guide to Midnite Cinema and be sure to leave them a review. Also, check out The Northman episode, you may recognize the other co-hosts. Cast: Brad, Troy, Sammy
We're back for a brand new season and this time we're looking at a sub-genre of horror that is near and dear to us, as it's mostly poking fun at people from the south and well, that's us. It's been called hicksploitation, southern gore, and more but for our purpose we're calling it Killbilly Cinema!Episode 1 starts at pretty much square one, with one of the most primative examples. We'll talk about the career of "The Godfather Of Gore" himself Herschel Gordon Lewis as we explore 1964's Two Thousand Maniacs.Plus musical guest Mass Extinction, courtesy Horror Pain Gore Death Productions.
Letzte Woche hatten wir noch voller Vorfreude Dennis' Rückkehr angekündigt, und prompt kam uns schon wieder was dazwischen. Macht aber nichts, denn Micha hatte schon vor ein paar Wochen zusammen mit Mariella eine Folge zu Psycho (1960) aufgenommen, und die Veröffentlichung genau dieser Folge genau diese Woche ist ziemlich günstiges Timing, denn wir sprechen über Hitchcock, der _letzten _Samstag 123 Jahre alt geworden wäre, aber auch über Robert Bloch, den Autor der Romanvorlage, und über seinen Mentor H.P. Lovecraft, der wiederum _nächsten _Samstag 132 Jahre alt geworden wäre. Weniger schön ist der tragische Unfalltod von Anne Heche letzten Freitag. Sie hatte im Psycho-Remake von 1998 die Rolle der Marion Crane gespielt. Möge sie in Frieden ruhen. Diese Folge ist die erste in gleich zwei neuen, unregelmäßigen Spinoff-Reihen, mit denen Micha in Zukunft neben den Star Wars Folgen mit Oskar die Wochen füllen wird, in denen Dennis nicht kann. Zum einen wird er mit Mariella diverse Slasher-Filme besprechen, zum anderen nimmt er sich in der Reihe "Dial M for Movigilantes" ohne festen Co-Host das gesamte (noch erhaltene) Werk von Alfred Hitchcock vor. Der Schwerpunkt dieses Podcasts soll nach wie vor auf Comicverfilmungen liegen, aber da bekommen wir derzeit einfach nicht jede Woche eine Folge hin.
durée : 01:34:59 - Les Nuits de France Culture - Les "Mardis du cinéma : Un printemps pour Hitchcock", une analyse de Jean Douchet et Laurence Drummond du dialogue, important dans l'histoire du cinéma, entre Alfred Hitchcock et François Truffaut, et plus largement sur l'art d'Alfred Hitchcock, un dandy, "Un homme qui en savait trop"... Né à Londres le 13 août 1899, mort à Los Angeles le 9 avril 1980, Alfred Hitchcock continue de faire peur, de faire rire et réfléchir, autrement dit, d'être grave et énigmatique. * C'est ainsi que Laurence Drummond présentait "Les Mardis du cinéma" le 26 février 1985 en préambule à une émission intitulée "Un printemps pour Hitchcock". En 2019 nous pourrions dire la même chose du célèbre cinéaste britannique. Nous nous replongeons dans cette émission avec Jean Douchet qui interroge le climat des entretiens que François Truffaut eut avec Alfred Hitchcock dans les années 60 (Le cinéma selon Hitchcock aux éditions Seghers). Comment le maître du suspense s'est-il mis en scène au fil des questions ? De quelle nature sont ces questions ? De quelle nature sont ses réponses, a-t-il expliqué le choix de ses thèmes ? Ces thèmes, le critique et historien du cinéma français, également écrivain et réalisateur Jean Douchet, en analyse l'originalité et la force d'expression de film en film. Peu à peu s'esquisse l'homme Hitchcock tel que Jean Douchet l'a rencontré et pressenti : "L'homme qui en savait trop" sur les pièges du conscient et de l'inconscient et sur leurs lois frustrantes ou salvatrices... Selon Jean Douchet : Alfred Hitchcock est un dandy. C'est évident. Tout son discours est un discours de dandy. J'entends par dandy la morale et la philosophie dandy. C'est quelqu'un qui finalement de par son corps, ne pouvait en aucun cas prétendre au dandysme et qui pourtant dans toute son attitude en a été un : rien ne me touche, je ne me laisse pas toucher, personne n'a de prise sur moi. L'entretien est illustré par des extraits de films et des archives, dans l'une d'elles Hitchcock racontait son état d'esprit lors des premières, alors que le film Psychose allait être projeté à Paris, en 1960 : Je n'assiste pas aux premières, non ce n'est pas nécessaire parce que le film c'est moi. Ce n'est pas possible parce que je suis très très nerveux. J'ai toujours peur, c'est pourquoi je fais la peur dans les films pour les autres. [.] La peur de toute ma vie est dans mes films. C'est la peur d'Hitchcock, la peur de la police, la peur des ennuis, la peur de tout. Il évoque son thème préféré : J'utilise rarement dans mes films des gangsters ou la police. Cela ne m'intéresse pas. Ce qui m'intéresse c'est l'homme ordinaire dans la rue qui se trouve pris dans une aventure. Avec Jean Douchet et les voix d'Alfred Hitchcock, Jacques Chancel et François Truffaut. Production : Laurence Drummond Mardis du cinéma - Un printemps pour Hitchcock (1ère diffusion : 26/02/1985) Indexation web : Sandrine England, Documentation Sonore de Radio France Archive Ina-Radio France
We're taking a spontaneous trip to Bodega Bay! Ahhhh fresh sea air, idyllic farms, friendly townsfolk...what could go wrong? That's right, we're covering an Old Hollywood classic: The Birds (1963)! Tippi Hedren captivates us as a San Fransisco socialite who follows a charming lawyer (and perfect stranger) to his childhood home, but soon finds herself to be the target of avian aggressors. We soar in and out of theories as to what this mysterious Hitchcockian movie means and why it's considered a significant feature. Pack your bags (or just pick up some things at the general store) and tune in for this creepy summer horror story! Please Comment, Rate, and Share our episodes and tell us what you like and what you want to hear more of!—Be sure to check us out onOur website: https://the-old-soul-movie-podcast.simplecast.com/FacebookTwitter: @oldsoulpodInstagram: @oldsoulmoviepodcast
ATRM are checking into the Bates motel to talk about one of Hitchcock's most revered films, it's Psycho. All The Right Movies is a YouTube channel and this show is the audio podcast version of the latest episode of our YouTube show, The Cutting Room. The original video version, along with many other episodes and videos, is available on YouTube, so please head over to our channel to watch and subscribe. We started out as a podcast and you can access our full archive of over 120 podcast episodes on our website alltherightmovies.com, or by signing up to become an All The Right Movies patron at patreon.com/alltherightmovies. Patrons also gain access to many other benefits, including an exclusive video episode of The Cutting Room every month, chosen by and created specifically for our patrons. Episode sponsors: Comic Book Club: Listen on all major podcast platforms and the Comic Book Club website BetterHelp: For a 10% discount off your first month with BetterHelp, click here Connect with ATRM: To support what we do, access our archive and listen to exclusive episodes, become an ATRM patron. Twitter: @ATRightMovies YouTube: Subscribe to our channel Instagram: @allthe_rightmovies Facebook: Join our movie group TikTok: @alltherightmovies Website: alltherightmovies.com
Brady joined us to talk about his movie career; from child actor in TV and film to film directing. Hear what influenced Brady to pursue his love of film and how he was able to work with some of his filmmaking heroes including Lars Von Trier and Michael Haneke. Brady talks about how he left acting to become a filmmaker, how his own experiences of auditioning for roles as a child have influenced how he casts for his movies, why he often works with the same people and why he wishes he could make even smaller budget indie movies. Hear how he shot Vox Lux in 22 days and why he wanted Sia to write the music for the movie, starring Natalie Portman and Jude Law. Brady talks about the importance of music in his films and why he always has a musical concept in mind from the script stage and so much more. This episode offers an incredible insight into the filmmaking process, including the effect of covid on Brady's next film The Brutalist. Check out The Sync Report now and go check out movies with and by Brady Corbet. Brady Corbet IMDB Pulse Films TCM Apple TV Plus stay tuned for music from our Sunday Sync Session, including filmmaker Kevin Sharpley's sync choice for his film Deadly Night Out, plus we listen to submissions for our own Holiday special TV Show. Music Music is the difference between a good film and a great one. Songs included in this episode are: Hitchcock movie medley: Cape Fear, Psycho, Overture (North by Northwest) Sign of The Times by Prince One True Love by Robin Guthrie & Harold Budd The Opening Credits by Sia SYNC SESSIONS Featuring: Use Me by Nomae 12 Days of Ex-Mas by Katherine Brierley December 26 by Micah Edwards Spread That Cheer by Michelle Shafer 2 Sense Music presents The Sync Report, where you will meet industry experts and top level songwriters as we pull the curtain back on music placement and scores, build vital relationships and provide real opportunities to our listeners. Listen to indie filmmakers present their latest productions and describe specific scenes as they consider music submitted by our audience. Please tell your friends about us, and remember to rate, comment, & subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts and across all platforms. And find us at The Sync Report here TSR Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Youtube Linkedin Tik Tok The Sync Report podcast is: Hosted By: Colin O'Donoghue - Rose Ganguzza - Jason P. Rothberg Featuring: Milfredo Seven - Kevin Sharpley - Paula Flack and Willow Produced By: JASON P ROTHBERG - KEVIN SHARPLEY - PAULA FLACK - ROBERT CAPPADONA Executive Producers: COLIN O'DONOGHUE - ROSE GANGUZZA - JASON P ROTHBERG - KEVIN SHARPLEY - GIANFRANCO BIANCHI - DEAN LYON Writers: JASON P ROTHBERG - KEVIN SHARPLEY - LISA DUNN - PAULA FLACK Editors: JASON P ROTHBERG - MILFREDO SEVEN - PAULA FLACK EDGAR “EDGE” CAMEY - ADAM MCNAMARA Marketing Director: PAULA FLACK Music Supervisors: PHILL MASON Music Department: HEATHER RAGNARS - PHILL MASON - LISA DUNN Foley: PHILL MASON Research: LISA DUNN Art Director: GIANFRANCO BIANCHI Graphic Design: JODYLYNN TALEVI College Programs: DR STACY MONTGOMERY College interns: ANGELA NICASTRO - ASHLEY KABOUS - BLAKE LINDER
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Howard Berger and Marshal Julius are with us! You probably remember Howard from episodes 74 and 284. He's the co-founder of the KNB EFX Group AND he's an academy award and emmy award winning special effects artist. It's hard to do this guy justice… because he's been involved with over 800 feature films and television shows. He's worked with some of the biggest names in show business. He and his business partner Greg Nicotero are responsible for allllll of the zombies in the Walking Dead. He's done All of Quentin Tarantino's movies. He's Mark Wahlberg's go-to guy for special effects. He and his team did the Chronicles of Narnia… for which they won the Academy Award for Best Make Up. He got another academy nomination for his work on HITCHCOCK. And just about every horror movie that's scared the crap out of you over the past 20 to 30 years… there's a VERY good chance Howard had something to do with it. And just try to wrap your mind around this… for ONE tv show… The Orville… they have created over 1000 designs… that's just ONE show!!! Now… let's talk about Marshall Julius. I'd classify him as a modern day renaissance man! He's an author… he's an artist. By the way… his art has been purchased and shared around the world. He kills it on the Twitters and most importantly… he's made an impressive career and business out of being a professional fan and self-proclaimed nerd. Now THAT's the best… when you can make a career out of something you love! Okay… so we're talking today… because these two long-time friends have teamed up to write one of the most anticipated and fascinating books written for film fans and geeks… called, Masters of Make-Up Effects: A Century of Practical Magic. It's already a #1 new release and it doesn't come out until next month!!! We're going to be talking about the book… and some of the great stories that they remembered and uncovered as they wrote it. I can't wait for this… so let's get to it! MORE ABOUT HOWARD BERGER AND MARSHALL JULIUS: Their new book: Masters of Make-Up Effects: A Century of Practical Magic Click here to find it on Amazon! Want to be blown away? Visit Howard's IMDB Page: Click here Be sure to follow Howard on Insta: hoops511 Find out more about Howard's Company: KNBE www.knbefx.com/howard-berger Find Marshall on Twitter: twitter.com/MarshallJulius Find Marshall on the Instas: instagram.com/vintagegeekcentral Find Marshall's other books on Amazon: Click here RELATED DREAM THINK DO EPISODES: “Don't Blow Up the House - And other great stories about Zombies, Aliens and Following Your Dreams!” My FIRST interview with Howard Berger: www.mitchmatthews.com/074 “Starting Small, Dreaming Big and Making Movie Magic!” My SECOND interview with Howard Berger: www.mitchmatthews.com/184 Starting your OWN PODCAST: 5 Keys to Make it Work!: www.mitchmatthews.com/350 WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU! How about YOU!? What stood out to you from this conversation with Howard and Marshall? More importantly… what's something that stuck with you? What's one of YOUR favorite movies? What's a movie set YOU would have loved to be on when they were making it? Also… what's a goal YOU want to pursue? What if you went after it with a friend like Howard and Marshall did? Lastly… what questions do YOU still have? Comment and let me know! Let's keep this convo going! And PLEASE share this special episode with someone who YOU think would appreciate it and/or might be needing it… right now! They'll thank you! Know I'm rooting for you! Mitch Quick Recap: 0:02 What to expect from episode 365 2:27 Get to know our TWO amazing guest 5:00 A little back story behind Howard Berger and Marshal Julius' project 13:25 Howard's favorite story from the journey 26:00 The thankless profession of journalism 28:35 The importance of having fun along the way 34:44 How to work better with a team 40:40 What movie Howard and Marshall wish they were apart of 49:37 The hardest part of starting something new 51:54 Mitch's minute! What do you think?
Dinner parties, cocktail parties, tuxedos, espionage, World War II war criminals, love, deception, murder, infiltration, and secret plans are all in Alfred Hitchcock's 1946 spy movie, NOTORIOUS! Today we decode this Hitchcock classic, NOTORIOUS with our special co-host, Bill Koenig of The Spy Command! Bill joined us on our February 1st 2022 episode when we decoded The Man Who Knew Too Much. This is a fun discussion on a fantastic spy movie. Comments/Feedback: Info@SpyMovieNavigator.com Webpage: https://spymovienavigator.com/episode/alfred-hitchcocks-notorious-decoded/
I recently took a trip on Amtrak that included staying in a sleeping car, and although there were practical reasons for this, my inner movie lover also wanted to experience first hand something like the train journeys I've loved watching in the movies. From Howard Hawks's Twentieth Century through more than one Hitchcock film, to Richard Linkater's Before Sunrise, passenger trains have been a time-honored cinematic tradition. Compartment Number 6, a film from Finnish director Juho Kuosmanen, takes this classic set-up and gives it a refreshingly intimate turn. We first meet Laura, a young Finnish archaeology student played by Seidi Haarla, at a chic cocktail party in Moscow hosted by a woman we eventually figure out is her lover, a Russian professor named Irina. Laura is about to travel north to the Arctic Circle city of Murmansk to study newly discovered 5000 year-old petroglyphs there, a detail which dates our story to the late 1990s. Laura wants to feel excited about her trip, but she's sad because Irina has decided not to go with her, so that in addition to feeling out of place in Russia as a Finn with a minimal grasp of the language, she senses that Irina is giving the brush-off to her relationship. When Laura gets on the train, she's in for a shock, discovering that she's sharing the tiny compartment with a young Russian mine worker named Ljoha, played by Yuriy Borisov. He's a swaggering, almost illiterate tough guy in the process of trying to get as drunk as possible on vodka while filling the little sleeping car with his cigarette smoke. The conversation does not go well. For some reason he thinks she's Estonian, and makes insulting sexist comments to her. Is she going to have to spend the entire long journey with this creep? She tries to get a different compartment, but the train is full up. Now, if you're thinking in conventional terms, you might wonder if the film's going to make a love story out of this unpromising situation. Thankfully, it doesn't do that, instead carefully and believably depicting a process by which two people gradually allow themselves to recognize each other for who they really are behind their social masks. The chance of friendship and connection is in this case more meaningful than any kind of romance. Kuosmanen shot most of the picture on an actual train, with close-ups vividly communicating the cramped atmosphere inside, a confinement that is set against the winter landscape seen rushing by outside the windows. There are also important scenes that are not on the train, including at Murmansk, where the resolution between these two completely opposite characters is achieved with beautiful understatement. Much of the credit for this is due to the two actors, who convey so much more than expected, revealing that their fears of how other people see them have become an obstacle in their lives. Based on a novel by Finnish author Rosa Liksom, the picture makes fun in a gentle way of the stereotyped differences between Finland and Russia, a subject which is especially interesting in light of current tensions between the two countries. Compartment Number 6 doesn't take anything for granted, but starts at something like square one in human relations and makes something very surprising and worthwhile out of it.
Its the most raunchy and wild Frankenstein adaptation of all time from the great Frank Henenlotter and it's sponsored by executive producer Patron Joe Blair. Enjoy Frankenhooker, this week on a special bonus SHV
Subscribe to our podcast! Co Hosts Jonathan Moody and G Larry Butler dive in to a discussion about the 1950 Alfred Hitchcock thriller, "Stage Fright" Follow us on social media: @indiefilmcafe @hookedonhitchcock Websites: http://sickflickproductions.com http://indiefilmcafe.reviews http://indiefilmcafe.podbean.com http://patreon.com/indiefilmcafe
Well, I suppose I've got a story or two left in these old bones. And hell, since it is another one about Marielda, why not make one about stories and the people who tell ‘em. Now I know what you might be thinking: Physicality alive, in the era that The Six operated in Marielda, it was knowledge which was forbidden, turned into contraband and currency both, not stories. But as anyone ever wounded by art can tell you, fiction is a sharper knife than information could be. And living fiction, played out in front of your eyes and ears? Very few things are as well honed as that. And so it was that Samothes, ever jealous and increasingly suspicious that his erstwhile beau might conquer his capital with culture instead cudgel, all but forbade the theater. Of course, any scoundrel worth their shadow would narrow in on those two words preceding “forbade”: “All but. “ There were two exceptions to the rule banning theater. The first was liturgical drama, approved by the Blessed Council and performed in the True Church of Samothes on the Day of High Sun and other feasts. Between us, these were boring. They might serve academic value to someone of today's New Archives, and I suppose for the true believer of that old era, seeing even the most sanitized depiction of their King-God, Artificer Divine would make their day. But most folks, they wanted something a little less sacramental. Which is where the second exception comes in. Once a season, as an act of supposed Good Will, the Preceptors of the Font of True Knowledge—the Fontmen—opened the gates of their domain and put on a grand show. A day of comedy and tragedy in the Font Theater—the leash let slack so that the next time those censors pulled on it, they could claim it was done in good faith. What does any of this have to do with the Six. Well, nothin, until those out-a-towners with mysterious pasts and glorious masks showed up, claiming they had a spot on the stage and job for Hitchcock, Castille, and the rest. Help those actors steal their names back. Hello everyone!! Here is our livestream marathon finale game, a return to Marielda playing Scene Thieves! Most donation and fundraising shouts were cut to get this (as close as possible) under 5 hours but we'd like to thank everyone again for joining us on stream and supporting the National Network of Abortion Funds with us! Featuring: Austin Walker, Art Martinez-Tebbel, Jack de Quidt, Janine Hawkins, Ali Acampora and Sylvi Clare Music by Jack de Quidt Scene Thieves is available here: https://possible-worlds-games.itch.io/scene-thieves
Shownotes: Los 39 Escalones (teatro) The 39 Steps (1935) Here Before The Forgiven The Baby Nuestra web: REVISTA META Nuestro canal de YOUTUBE Opiniones y sugerencias: firstname.lastname@example.org Te gusta el podcast? Invitanos un CAFECITO Te gusta mucho? Hacete PATREON Intro: Silvana Rabuffi de SANTA LOCUCION La ilustración de portada es de: VICTOR CARBAJAL Tenemos una tienda THE CLEVER STORE Valeria Massimino tiene INSTAGRAM y FACEBOOK Pato Paludi tiene INSTAGRAM y FACEBOOK Fer Casals no tiene redes sociales (ni vida social) Nuestra comunidad en Facebook FUNCION PRIVADA Mirá las películas que hicimos RITA LA SALVAJE y BRASCHI TV COLOR y el trailer de la próxima IF YOU DON'T WANNA KNOW GO AWAY META en INSTAGRAM , TIKTOK , FACEBOOK y TWITTER La música de fondo es de NICOP RECORDS
Welcome to Episode 1 of BULLSHITTERY! If you're listening to this, you are unique, fun and the main character. Join me as I sit with artiste & delightfully perfect human Victor Carlesi and talk about having the solo in a musical revue, painting the sky and honestly just countless other nonsensical things. Find Victor: Instagram: @victor_car_bakes Twitter: @victorgayguy TikTok: @victorcarlesi This episode is sponsored by my cat, Hitchcock. He's very supportive of Mommy and all of her endeavors. Anyway, I'll leave you be. ENJOY THE EPISODE, PURR! Follow me on Instagram and TikTok at @mackenziebarmen and be sure to subscribe on YouTube for the full video version!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week Kayleigh and Kami dive into the world of Alfred Hitchcock and the women in his films. The episode ends up all over the place so be sure to buckle up as it's a bumpy ride. Drink of the Week: Spade & Sparrows Rosé Kami's Pick of the Week: Urban Legend Kayleigh's Pick of the Week: Evil on Paramount+ Catch us on the socials! Host: Kami Host: Kayleigh Glitter & Gore: Instagram Website Patreon Glitter & Gore E-mail: email@example.com Alcohol Master: Chauncy McGoggins aka Jon Artwork Artist: Emily Sound Effects: MixKit.com Spooky Time Network: Instagram & Twitter ****we do not own any copyright to the music or movie clips, all credit to the creators!!!***
On the bonus episode of THE THIRD ACT PODCAST the crew are fish on the line flopping around in the back of the boat. With some absent cohosts, Christian calls on Robert Gassaway (of The Flicksation Podcast) to finally watch some movies from decades past that we remember the VHS boxes from in a new segment - Don't Judge a Film by It's Cover. First film is de Palma's stylish Hitchcock riff, BODY DOUBLE. Then we talk about the only credited screenplay by Carrie Fisher for Mike Nichols', POSTCARDS FROM THE EDGE. We sneak in a quick TV Corner segment at the top as well gabbing about The Rehearsal, Better Call Saul, and Barry. We also discuss music videos, blanks, and Sam Rockwell's character from Charlie's Angels. Keep in touch with us on Facebook and Twitter and email us anytime at: TheThirdActPodcast@gmail.com
Fashioncast®Episode #37, July 26, 2022Beth Hitchcock: Battling Fashion's Delusion of Inclusion for Plus Size WomenFashioncast listeners, you're about to fall in love with the beautiful, brilliant, witty, and incredibly talented Beth Hitchcock. Searching for her role in the industry, she's experienced a variety of fashion positions including a short stint in publishing before emerging as an accomplished stylist, model, and consultant for the ever-growing size-inclusive market. As a stylist, Hitchcock crisscrossed the globe and worked with many notable clients such as Playboy Magazine, Lands' End, Murad, Banana Republic, and Galore Magazine to name a few. This is a fact-filled podcast where Hitchcock details the trials and tribulations she continues to encounter in the so-called “plus-size” fashion sector. Even with Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) programs in place throughout the industry, in the often cryptic world of fashion, discrimination still reigns.However, Hitchcock conquered her foes and critics and truly succeeded as a fashion entrepreneur. Hitchcock keeps listeners engaged as the 14-year fashion veteran recounts the early days of size inclusion, its present standing, and its market trajectory. In addition, she defines exactly what constitutes a plus-size customer, explains the challenges facing brick and mortar and online retail, and opines on plus-size myths.While the cloud of discrimination still lingers over size inclusion, and retailers often relegate plus-size departments to the “third floor,” with two-thirds of US women are classified as plus size, it's apparent there is opportunity abound. This is the segment you'll hear the hunger to succeed in Hitchcock's voice, but more importantly, you'll hear her advocacy for size-inclusiveness and her desire to one day take the discussion off the table. One poignant example, she brilliantly makes the case for plus-size women setting the fashion trends and letting everyone else follow! Beautiful! And why shouldn't they?Lastly, Hitchcock talks candidly about luxury designer Christian Siriano's longtime support of size-inclusiveness, her “magic wand” fix for all fashion brands (another brilliant observation), and her brief elevator encounter with Anna Wintour.A fascinating conversation you're certain to return to more than once! Enjoy!Find Beth Hitchcock on Instagram @bethhitchcock
Hey hey hey! Welcome back to this week's Author Interview. In this episode, Fleur Hitchcock, joins us to talk about her latest novel, Mouseheart. I chatted to Fleur about writing in cities she knows, blending fact and fiction, and writing mysteries from back to front. Fleur was a great guest to have on the show and we are very grateful she was able to join us on the show. ***COMPETITION*** If you want to be in with a chance of winning a copy of Mouseheart head over to Twitter and follow @BigKidsBookClub. Send us a tweet using the hashtag #Mousecomp and tell us your favourite play or musical (UK residents only) The competition closes midnight on 8th August
This week on Ben & Bran See a Movie, Ben Friedman is joined by Chris Harris to discuss maybe the best film of 2017, Get Out. Jordan Peele's newest horror film Nope debuts this weekend in theaters across the world, so it only made sense to talk Jordan Peele and the qualities that make him such a unique director and writer. In Get Out, his comedic sensibilities from Key and Peele are in full-effect. You can feel his love for science-fiction and horror, and directors like Kubrick and Hitchcock. Get Out can best be described as a Twilight Zone-esqe story, yet is so much more. It's a film unafraid to make fun of white liberals and show the absurdity of racism, while also discussing the fetishization of the body, which so many black Americans are subjected to. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
La adicción a la buena mesa y los vinos caros, le pasaron la cuenta a Alfred Hitchcock. Pese a su deteriorado estado de salud, hasta el final de su carrera, el director estuvo obsesionado con llevar a la pantalla un thriller de espionaje basado en la novela “La noche breve”. Sin embargo, en el verano del 79 y con lágrimas en sus ojos, confesó a su asistente: “Ya no soy capaz de seguir, no voy a hacer esta película, ni ninguna otra”. Murió en 1980.
On you are in for something different. On the show we have a visit from Alfred Hitchcock and have one of his classic stories. By the magic of the recording medium we have him on the show. Also, we have two listener stories about ghosts that live in a closet. If that sounds strange, wait till you hear the stories. They are amazing. So, press that play button and hear the magic. Featured Story - Mr and Mrs Smith Our featured story is quite the departure for us. We have an Alfred Hitchcock classic story that explores the deepest depths between a married couple. The suspense in this one is palpable and unrelenting..kind of. The story is titled Mr and Mrs Smith and was originally a 1941 movie produced and directed by Hitchcock. What we will hear is The Screen Directors Playhouse adaptation of the movie. It stars Robert Montgomery and first aired on January 30, 1941. Other Stories Include - Murder In A Tomb, Dragons of Autumn Twilight, That's My Dad, A Shadow In The Closet, and Mr. & Mrs. Smith Ron's Amazing Stories Sponsored by: Audible - You can get a free audiobook and a 30 day free trial at and - Good Treats for your dog to eat. Social Links:Contact Links:
THIS WEEK: The Butcher/Le Boucher (1970), Just Before Nightfall/Juste Avant la Nuit (1971), and The Ceremony/La Cérémonie (1995) Every once in a while we need Shawn Glinis to jump in and make our show classy again. This week, we're dissecting three films from the underrated French New Wave master, Claude Chabrol. Over the course of six decades, Chabrol made nearly 60 films. While he was never afraid to branch out beyond genre fare, he often returned to Hitchcock-inspired thrillers which later inspired auteurs like Michael Haneke. Support Optimism Vaccine on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/optimismvaccine (https://www.patreon.com/optimismvaccine)
The podcast takes another stop towards 500, and ultimately Episode 600 (circa Sept 2023), the losers winners of #FanboySummer continue! This time, Mikey, Dave, and #TwitterlessDrEarl welcome in past and future guest, and Discord chatterbox Jacob Roth, aka, Roth from Wyoming, aka co-host of A Good Day for a Podcast to discuss 1-2 punches. First up, July Birthday Movies, including both Men in Blacks (mens in black?), a Katy Perry concert film, squealing like a pig, and the stacked July of 1987. Then, a quick chat about this past weekend's San Diego Comic Con, specifically the Marvel stage and all the upcoming titles and Phases. Roth from Wyoming brings the topic this time, with the best 1-2 punches from directors... the best back to back, non-franchised films from the same director across movie history. As usual, a little pretension but maybe not from #TwitterlessDrEarl... a John Landis love fest... which Spielberg do you choose... what is a Thanksgiving movie... forgetting George Lucas... and the best back to back to back Hitchcock... American Hustle (Starz) Animal House (for rental) Blade Runner 2049 (HBO Max; Netflix) The Blues Brothers (for rental) The Bridge on the River Kwai (for rental) Children of Men (for rental) The Dark Knight (HBO Max) Deepwater Horizon (for rental) Dune (HBO Max) E.T.: The Extra Terrestrial (for rental) Ferris Bueller's Day Off (Paramount+) A Few Good Men The Fighter Gone with the Wind Harry Potter & the Prisoner of Azkaban H8ful Eight Jurassic Park Inception (Netflix; HBO Max) The Last of the Mohicans Lawrence of Arabia Lone Survivor Misery The New World North by Northwest Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood Patriot's Day Planes, Trains, and Automobiles The Princess Bride The Prestige Raiders of the Lost Ark Rear Window Schindler's List Silver Linings Playbook Stand By Me To Catch a Thief The Tree of Life Vertigo When Harry Met Sally... The Wizard of Oz
The sixth and last film in our Existential Thriller cycle is Alfred Hitchcock's farewell to London, the macabre and dissociated Frenzy. Upon release, Frenzy was widely seen as a return to form for Hitchcock, but it has developed a rather odd reputation since its release fifty years ago. This gritty serial killer romp through Covent Garden has been cited as a forerunner to the bleaker side of thrillers we have seen in spades over the last three decades. But as we unpeel the layers, a more insidious ideology quickly becomes apparent. The misogyny is deafening, and the dim view of humanity soaks deeper than cynicism. Hitchcock was an angry man near the end of his life, and Frenzy is his rage-filled swan song. For our chaser film, we survey Wait Until Dark (1967), a pulpy psychological thriller starring Audrey Hepburn with a career-best performance from a young Alan Arkin.
Jan plays two short messages given at our recent one-night Understanding the Times conference with Jeff Kinley and Dr. Mark Hitchcock. While the Great Reset is likely the Tribulation, we are watching the shocking set-up for it today. Since Schwab associates plan to have this in place in the next couple of years, how late is the hour? Find their book in our online store. To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.lightsource.com/donate/1472/29
Today we're joined by friend of the show Adam Kane to discuss Hitchcock's bombastic spy thriller North By Northwest! We discuss film's confusing setup, symbolism (and Hitchcock's refusal to read into this film), the demand not to ask silly questions, how old Cary Grant's character is supposed to be, the many MacGuffins, the many love triangles, Mount Rushmore, and Saul Bass himself. This episode is sponsored by Crop Duster Assassins Ltd. -- if you need to take someone out and you want to do it in the least efficient way possible, give them a call!
This week, it's the inaugural episode of DAD CHAT, in which Dylan and Ben take on the Hitchcock classic, Rear Window. Rear Window from Great Taste Recipes: 1 1/2 oz fresh lemon juice 1 1/2 oz simple syrup 2 oz water 3/4 oz Averna brand amaro (Drizly / Caskers) Support those who sponsor us: Follow the affiliate links above to shop at Drizly, Your Online Liquor Store, and use code DRIZLYDEAL for $5 off your next order, or You can also use Caskers, to find the liquors that we use and have them shipped to your door. They each have different shipping restrictions by state, so check them out! Surfside Sips makes high-impact glass straws & more for your cocktail & bar needs. For 20% off, use the coupon "CocktailsandClassics" at checkout. If you would like to try out the leading name in audiobooks with a free 30-day trial, Audible. Our Instagram Our Letterboxd List
As requested by Executive Producer Tier Patron, Joe Blair we're going away. But as a podcast we're only 14 seasons old...so we can't go to prison, we're going to REFORM school. Starring Wendy O Williams, Sybil Danning, Linda Carol and Sheri Stoner and directed by Tom DeSimone, it's the 1986 "spoof" of the "women in prison" genre, REFORM SCHOOL GIRLS.
Call it “minor Hitchcock.” Spellbound tells the story of an amnesiac man who can’t remember the murder of which he’s suspected, and the psychiatrist (it’s 1945, so I have to say “lady” psychiatrist) who helps him sort it out. Gregory Peck is early in his film career, and Ingrid Bergman is all, see you later, Charles Boyer. That’s a “Gaslight” joke. Also notable for the Salvador Dali dream sequence. Shelly Brisbin with Nathan Alderman and Randy Dotinga.
Call it “minor Hitchcock.” Spellbound tells the story of an amnesiac man who can’t remember the murder of which he’s suspected, and the psychiatrist (it’s 1945, so I have to say “lady” psychiatrist) who helps him sort it out. Gregory Peck is early in his film career, and Ingrid Bergman is all, see you later, Charles Boyer. That’s a “Gaslight” joke. Also notable for the Salvador Dali dream sequence. Shelly Brisbin with Nathan Alderman and Randy Dotinga.
Esta es una muestra de "Una suerte pequeña". La versión completa tiene una duración total de 6 h26 min.Encuentra este audiolibro completo en: https://bit.ly/3AK6BYuNarrado por: Mariana De Iraola«Volví para sentir que era capaz de soltarme en el vacío, de caer para ser -al fin- libre. Aunque se trate de una libertad inútil, aunque sea para ser libre sólo en el instante que dure la caída.»Después de veinte años una mujer vuelve a la Argentina, de donde partió escapando de una desgracia. Pero la que regresa es otra: no luce igual, su voz es diferente. Ni siquiera lleva el mismo nombre. ¿La reconocerán quienes la conocieron entonces? ¿La reconocerá él?Mary Lohan, Marilé Lauría o María Elena Pujol -la que es, la que fue, la que había sido alguna vez- vuelve al suburbio de Buenos Aires donde formó una familia y vivió hasta que decidió huir. Aún no termina de entender por qué aceptó regresar al pasado que se había propuesto olvidar para siempre. Pero a medida que lo comprenda, entre encuentros esperados y revelaciones inesperadas, entenderá también que a veces la vida no es ni destino ni casualidad: tal vez su regreso no sea otra cosa que una suerte pequeña. Claudia Piñeiro sorprende y cautiva con esta novela aguda y conmovedora donde la realidad y la intimidad tejen la cerrada urdimbre en que el lector queda atrapado una vez más.La crítica ha dicho...«Hitchcock es una mujer que vive en Buenos Aires.»Antonio D'Orrico, Corriere della Sera«Novela existencial, Claudia Piñeiro sorprende otra vez por su ductilidad a la hora de escribir. Ya no son aquellos personajes de clase alta encerrados en los barrios privados. Tampoco lo central aquí es una crisis matrimonial, y mucho menos un crimen. Con el tiempo su literatura se ha concentrado en el detalle y en la reflexión acerca del mundo en el que vivimos.»Osvaldo Quiroga, Télam«Claudia Piñeiro es una especialista en rastrear padeceres y miserias en los vericuetos de familias que, vistas desde la vereda de enfrente, se observan perfectas y envidiables. Lo reitera en su nueva novela, Una suerte pequeña, en la que se aleja del género negro que la transformó en best seller con una historia en la que sí existe un enigma pero que también va más allá»Horacio Convertini, Revista Ñ© 2022, Penguin Random House Grupo Editorial, S. A.#penguinaudio #audiolibro #audiolibros #Piñeiro #ClaudiaPiñeiro See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Once upon a time, Andrew and Dave promised Photo-Flo: Terror In the Smiles host Eric Jones they would make sure to have him on when they next covered a Hitchcock film. Now is the time they make good on that promise!This time out, the trio are taking a look at the 1953 Alfred Hitchcock film, I Confess, starring Montgomery Clift and Anne Baxter. Not familiar with this one? There might just be a reason for that. Tune in as the hosts debate the film's failings and strengths, outline the particularly troubled development phase of the film, and try and remember which song by The Clash references Mr. Clift by name!Next Episode: Have you ever wanted to see a film with Cary Grant, Gary Cooper, and W.C. Fields where they are buried in makeup and costumes? No? Too bad.All music by Andrew Kannegiesser. Editing by Dave Babbitt
Three good friends sit down and try the impossible, putting their favorite movies in three categories, Finest Films, Favorites, and Guilty pleasures. Too many to really categorize perfectly, but an enjoyable enterprise to spark some memories and discussion.
Who starts a second act raising water buffalo and making cheese? That's what Audrey and her husband Craig Ramini did. In 2009, Craig went on Craigslist and bought 5 water buffalo. With no qualifications or experience, very little money and a big dream-- that's exactly what this couple did! They became one of the first mozzarella di bufala makers in the U.S. Audrey's path is a love story to her late husband, to her water buffalo, and to finding her life's purpose. • More about Audrey Hitchcock and Ramini Mozzarella: https://www.raminimozzarella.com/about • Episode Content: https://pickleballmediahq.com/blog/Audrey-Hitchcock-Interview-Finds-Her-Passion-Making-Buffalo-Mozzarella • Sponsor: Capital Advantage https://capitaladvantage.com/podcast • Sponsor: How to Retire and Not Die https://garysirak.com/how-to-retire-and-not-die
Rarely seen and underappreciated, the two French-language short films that Hitchcock made during World War II, "Bon Voyage" and "Aventure Malgache", are among his most interesting and exciting works of the 1940s. We are delighted to be able to discuss them with Professor Charles Barr, author of "English Hitchcock" and a monograph of "Vertigo" published by the British Film Institute. Join us as we explore Hitchcock's propaganda shorts with our eminent guest. This episode is dedicated to the memory of Alain Kerzoncuf, the co-author (with Charles Barr) of "Hitchcock Lost and Found: The Forgotten Films".
Nico and Adam rank their top 10 films of 2022 so far (4:37), before concluding their three-part Alfred Hitchcock miniseries. Which movie from Hitch’s British… The post Movie Hall of Fame: Class of Hitchcock, Part 3 (British Films) appeared first on Too Many Thoughts.
Nico and Adam rank their top 10 films of 2022 so far (4:37), before concluding their three-part Alfred Hitchcock miniseries. Which movie from Hitch's British era will enter the Hall of Fame: The Man Who Knew Too Much (32:18), The 39 Steps (43:42), Sabotage (55:30), The Lady Vanishes (1:06:43) or Frenzy (1:16:21)? Chat with the TMT Community on Discord! For More TMT Shenanigans: toomanythoughtsmedia.com Twitter: @funnynicotweets, @someadamhall, @TMT_Media E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Subscribe and Rate on Apple Podcasts!
In this episode of Member Voices: The Conversation, we are featuring a dialogue between colleagues at NAIS member schools, published in the Summer issue of Independent School magazine. Casey Hitchcock and Johnathan Harris, co-heads of school at Lynnhaven School (VA), discuss how they landed on this leadership model, the benefits of two heads, and what makes it work for them.
Our 14th Season comes to a close as we wrap up two full Seasons of Stephen King goodness with the sequel (well second half) to the highest grossing horror film of all time as we cover It: Chapter 2. We've ran the gauntlet of the horror master going back to the 1970s over the last 2 seasons and this week we wrap it up with yet another appearance from everyone's favorite child murdering clown. Plus musical guest "Coffins" appear courtesy Horror Pain Gore Death Productions.
Puttin' the ghost back in ghost writer and the cock back in Hitchcock, this week yr grls go down into the creepy basement of VERITY by COLLEEN HOOVER Lowen gets the opportunity of a lifetime - to assume the ready-made career (and romance) of an iconic suspense novelist. Too bad the best/worst thing Verity Crawford ever wrote is her own autobiography… Can a person be a liminal space? Is this meta commentary on romance the genre? Or is it a meta commentary on you as a romance reader? Is it JUST you??? Settle your teeth into our bite marks and your ears into this episode. Whoa!mance is a part of the Frolic Podcast Network.