Nick McLean Sr, one of the biggest ops in the 70s and 80s, talks The Deer Hunter, Heaven Can Wait, Being There, Close Encounters, Hitchcock, and so much more. A huge interview with an incredible amount of Hollywood history that is not to be missed. IMDB Nick's Book To see Nick finding the first Panaflex ever used, that was sent to him for Spielbergs Sugarland Express, click here For clips and images of some of the things we talked about, check out Michele's page on The Op. Please check us out on the web and instagram and like us if you enjoyed the episode. Theme Music - Tatyana Richaud Theme Mix - Charles Papert
Season 5 Episode 38: In this episode, Pete Codella, managing director of business services at the Governor's Office of Economic Opportunity, talks with Rob Hitchcock, president and CEO of SelectHealth. They discuss Hitchcock's journey from being born and raised in Utah to his 25-plus-year career in the healthcare industry. He reflects on his transition from wanting to attend law school to finding his niche in the health insurance industry. Hitchcock emphasizes the unique approach of SelectHealth, a community-focused nonprofit health plan owned by Intermountain Health, and the company's integration of clinical services and financing to align incentives aiming to improve overall community health. Hitchcock discusses the company's mission to improve the health of the communities and highlights its commitment to providing services to diverse populations. He shares his vision for the organization's future, focusing on SelectHealth's long-term sustainability, commitment to affordability, maintaining a high standard of quality, and more.
Join Disney's Ike Eisenmann, and author, Jonathan Rosen, as they dive into all things Hitchcock with the author of Alfred Hitchcock: The Complete Films!Paul discusses the makings and behind-the-scenes stories of some of Hitchcock's greatest films, from Rear Window, North by Northwest, Psycho, and much more!
Join Disney's Ike Eisenmann, and author, Jonathan Rosen, as they dive into all things Hitchcock with the author of Alfred Hitchcock: The Complete Films!Paul discusses the makings and behind-the-scenes stories of some of Hitchcock's greatest films, from Rear Window, North by Northwest, Psycho, and much more!
EPISODE #404-- We finally tackle one of the great bad films. We talk about the chemically-fueled disaster that is GYMKATA from 1985. It's terrible! You gotta see it! We also talk about Gilliam's 12 MONKEYS (1996), Ridley Scott's NAPOLEON (2023), Marker's LA JETEE (1967), and Hitchcock's FOREIGN CORRESPONDANT (1941). Support your local unions! UAW, SAG-AFTRA, and WGA strong! Donate to the cause at Patreon.com/Quality. Follow the show on Twitter @AQualityInterruption, and James on Twitter @kislingtwits, on Bluesky at kislingconnection.bsky, on Instagram @kislingwhatsit, and on Tiktok @kislingkino. You can watch Cruz and show favorite Alexis Simpson on You Tube in "They Live Together." Thanks to our artists Julius Tanag (http://www.juliustanag.com) and Sef Joosten (http://spexdoodles.tumblr.com). The theme music is "Eine Kleine Sheissemusik" by Drew Alexander. Listen to DRACULA: A RADIO PLAY on Apple Podcasts, at dracularadio.podbean.com, and at the Long Beach Playhouse at https://lbplayhouse.org/show/dracula And, as always, please leave us a review on iTunes or whatever podcatcher you listened to us on!
CW: Suicide, grooming, psychological abuse, murder, sexual misconduct, mentions of cannibalism. This week, we read Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier, the 1938 gothic novel about romance, jealousy, and murder! We also watched the Hitchcock adaptation (1940), and the Wheatley adaptation (2020). We loved this dark, gripping, dramatic story, and its sapphic characters - join us on our journey through Manderly!
One of the most influential people in film history Alfred Hitchcock...for 3 Dudes that love film this was a treat to watch and may spark a heck of a lot more Hitchcock watching in the future. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/threedudespod/message
In HITCHCOCK'S BLONDES, bestselling biographer Laurence Leamer offers an intimate journey into the lives of eight legendary actresses whose stories helped chart the course of the troubled, talented director's career—from his early days in the British film industry, to his triumphant American debut, to his Hollywood heyday and beyond. Through the stories of June Howard-Tripp, Madeleine Carroll, Ingrid Bergman, Grace Kelly, Janet Leigh, Kim Novak, Eva Marie Saint, and Tippi Hedren—who starred in fourteen of Hitchcock's most notable films and who bore the brunt of his fondness and sometimes fixation—we can finally start to see the enigmatic man himself. After all, “his” blondes (as he thought of them) knew the truths of his art, his obsessions and desires, as well as anyone. As with his previous book, Capote's Women, Leamer's empathetic retelling acknowledges their complex stories and allows their biographies to take priority. Alfred Hitchcock was fixated—not just on the dark, twisty stories that became his hallmark, but also by the blond actresses who starred in many of his iconic movies. The director of “North by Northwest,” “Rear Window,” and other classic films didn't much care if they wore wigs, got their hair coloring out of a bottle, or were the rarest human specimen—a natural blonde—as long as they shone with a golden veneer on camera. The lengths he went to in order to showcase (and often manipulate) these women would become the stuff of movie legend. But the women themselves have rarely been at the center of the story, until now. Biographies have been written about Alfred Hitchcock, but never has there been an account of his life and work told through the lens of the actresses who helped launch his career. ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Laurence Leamer is a leading biographer of the rich and powerful, including Capote's Women, Madness Under the Royal Palms and The Kennedy Women, among many other books. Leamer's last book, 2021's CAPOTE'S WOMEN was an acclaimed national bestseller and will serve as the source material for the second season of Feud, Ryan Murphy's F/X anthology series. It has a jaw-dropping cast of stars attached including Naomi Watts, Molly Ringwald, Diane Lane, Demi Moore, and Chloe Sevigny, with Gus Van Sant directing. He lives in Washington, D.C., and Palm Beach, Florida. For more info on the book click HERE --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/steve-richards/support
Any answer to that, sir John??? See, now this seems like something Hitchcock: a woman is found beside a dead body with the knife that killed them in her hand. But...did she do it? One juror doesn't think so, even after agreeing to convict her. So, he launches his own investigation. Can he discover the truth in time? THIS is the Hitchcock premise we're used to. The question is: does it work? How does young Alfred do with it? We watch to find out!
How old is the water you drink? https://youtube.com/shorts/iZK3zEVGGWo?si=RFUnFq809XHj-vbx Risco de colapso em Maceió e minas da Braskem: deslocamento é de 2,6 cm por hora, diz Defesa Civilhttps://www.estadao.com.br/brasil/risco-de-colapso-em-maceio-e-minas-da-braskem-deslocamento-e-de-26-cm-por-hora-diz-defesa-civil/ Maceió: governo alagoano reconheceu erro na localização do pólo químico antes da inauguração em 1977 https://www.estadao.com.br/acervo/maceio-governo-alagoano-reconheceu-erro-na-localizacao-do-polo-quimico-antes-da-inauguracao-em-1977/ Minas da Braskem em Maceió: mapa traz raio-x dos poços https://www.estadao.com.br/brasil/minas-da-braskem-em-maceio-mapa-traz-raio-x-dos-pocos/ There's ... Read more
This week's episode is our monthly roundtable episode, and this month's topic is the Master of Suspense himself, Alfred Hitchcock! Listen as we discuss Eli Roth's THANKSGIVING, Phil's guest spot on the upcoming track from "Fury of Five", our favorite Alfred Hitchcock films, the dark side of Hitchcock, and much more on this week's episode! To Support the Podcast : https://www.patreon.com/Horrorflicksguitarpicks
Welcome to this week's episode of “Friday Night Noir” on Vintage Classic Radio, where we dive into the thrilling world of Patrick Hamilton's gripping play, "Rope." Originally written in 1929, Hamilton's play is a masterpiece of suspense and psychological drama, capturing the essence of the noir genre with its dark themes and intricate characters. Patrick Hamilton, born in 1904 in England, was a renowned playwright and novelist, widely celebrated for his ability to portray the stark realities of urban life and the complexities of the human psyche. His works often delved into the grim aspects of existence, making him a prominent figure in the literary world of the early 20th century. Hamilton's life, marred by personal tragedies and struggles with alcoholism, significantly influenced his writing style, imbuing it with a sense of realism and depth that resonated with his audience. "Rope," one of Hamilton's most famous plays, is set in a single room and unfolds in real-time, a testament to his innovative narrative techniques. The story revolves around two young men, Brandon and Granillo, who, in a macabre quest for thrill and a demonstration of their perceived intellectual superiority, commit a heinous crime. They strangle a fellow student, hide his body in a chest, and then host a dinner party with the chest as the centerpiece, inviting the victim's friends and family. This act sets off a tense and gripping narrative, exploring themes of morality, guilt, and the psychology of crime. The play is a chilling exploration of the consequences of unchecked arrogance and the dangerous allure of intellectual vanity. It questions the boundaries of morality and the ease with which one can be swayed by charismatic but flawed logic. Hamilton's writing is sharp, with dialogues that cut to the core of the human condition, making "Rope" a compelling and thought-provoking piece. While the play was later adapted into a film by the legendary director Alfred Hitchcock, starring Jimmy Stewart and Farley Granger, the essence and impact of Hamilton's original play remain undiluted. Hitchcock's adaptation brought its own flavor to the story, but it's Hamilton's original play that we celebrate today, appreciating its contribution to the noir genre and acknowledging its lasting impact on both theater and film. Join us as we delve into the dark, enthralling world of "Rope," uncovering the layers of this classic noir masterpiece and paying homage to the brilliant mind of Patrick Hamilton. Stay tuned for an episode filled with suspense, psychological intrigue, and a deep dive into one of the most captivating plays of the 20th century.
Show Notes Free Palestine It's a trip to the coast this week as we watch Rod Taylor and Tippi Hedrin fight our fine feathered friends in Hitchcock's classic: The Birds. Since there is more character development than actual bird attacks, we get to really care if these people get their eyed pecked out of their skulls. Do the effects still hold up? Kinda. Is this one of the best child performances of all time? Perhaps…. Listen to find out. Recommendations: Wes Anderson shorts on Netflix: The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar, The Swan, The Rat Catcher, and Poison Next up: Alien (1979) Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org Find Amity @ www.amityarmstrong.com Our Facebook group is here for those who consent: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1754020081574479/
The Birds (1963) is a classic creature feature with an even more terrifying backstory and making-of. Ghouls discuss this sleepy film, the potential themes, and the interesting approach to storytelling. Gabe also explores the real horror of the film: Hitchcock's unhealthy obsession and torture of Tippi Hedren. Kat shares facts about the most dangerous birds and if we should be afraid of birds. Gabe even gives us a taste of a fun true-crime theory involving birds! --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/the-ghouls-next-door/support
Scott is joined by Tony again to discuss the Hitchcock classic Rear Window and its source short story. The story can be found - https://www.sjsu.edu/people/edwin.sams/courses/c5/s0/woolrich.pdfIf you like what you hear please leave a review and check out our patreon - www.patreon.com/20cgmedia
Keeping up with our noir-ish theme for this month, on this week's episode of Movies for Life, we're tackling a couple of Michele's absolute favorite kinds of films - mysteries! And these are some truly banger titles so we know you'll dig them! First up is Brian's choice of an early Hitchcock masterpiece, 1938's THE LADY VANISHES. It's a mystery, it's an espionage thriller, it's a comedy, it's a romance-on-the-road - this movie really has it all and we have a really fun time talking about it! Then we get into Michele's pick which is one of the twistiest and turniest of all the mysteries out there, from 1973 it's THE LAST OF SHEILA! This film has such a genius plot and that's really no surprise considering the minds that it came from; plus the cast is absolutely star-studded as well! We hope you all enjoy this one! Follow us on social media: Movies for Life podcast: @MovieLifePod Brian Keiper: @Brianwaves42 Michele Eggen: @micheleeggen
Time to close out our time with Alfred Hitchcock with maybe the most Hitchcockian film Rope! We're joined by film author Alicia Malone (TCM Host) as we break down the queer themes, the innovative filmmaking techniques, and the film as Hitchcock's cinematic thesis on suspense. Don't open that trunk, just listen to the episode!New episodes drop every Tuesday; subscribe so you don't miss out. Rate us 5 stars and share with a friend while you're at it! Next week, we're getting possessed by a house in The Amittyville HorrorSnag one of Alicia's books!Amazon Author PageHaunt Garrett on social media:TikTokTwitterInstagramLetterboxdYouTubeHaunt DeVaughn on social media:TwitterTikTokInstagramLetterboxdYouTubeSpecter Cinema Club Original Theme by Andrey Kinnard
Now that we're decently far into our second filmmaker deep dive, let's take a moment to think about what we've seen thus far. What are the differences and similarities between the two of them. Are there any patterns we can see between David Lynch and Alfred Hitchcock? Where to do they align, and where do they depart? And what can we as writers, filmmakers, and film lovers learn or take away from that? We discuss! Also, Josh recommends AEW wrestling which is on TBS/TNT and Pay-Per-View, and Ira recommends Andor which is streaming on Disney+, and The Name of the Wind, which is available as an eBook and Audiobook.
The newest episode of We Are Not Amused is now live! On this week's episode, Tressa and Taylor discuss Alfred Hitchcock's 1936 film, "Sabotage." Join us as we summarize the shortest film of Hitchcock's we could find and the bold choices he made. Also enjoy hearing Taylor make obvious connections from the film in real time.
You are invited back into the Talking Hitchcock screening room! Join creator and host, Hitchcock enthusiast, Rebecca McCallum with special guest Jolene Marie Richardson who is a costume designer and fashion historian, host and creator of Hanging by a Thread podcast and creator and author of Hanging by a Thread Blog. Jolene was the perfect guest for this topic as, amongst other things we discuss if there is such a thing as Hitchcockian style, the notion of using costume to explore themes of identity and disguise and we also share our top five costume moments in Hitchcock and answer some listener questions! So, put on your gloves, button up your suit and strike a pose as we explore all things HITCHCOCK and COSTUME! Find Talking Hitchcock on Twitter @hitch_pod and Instagram @talkinghitchpod where you can support the podcast and keep up to date with releases or email us on email@example.com You can find Jolene and her work on the following platforms: Twitter @JoMarieDesigns Instagram: @jolenemarie_designs You can find her podcast /read her blog Hanging by a Thread on the following platforms: Twitter @hanging_bts Instagram: @hangingbyathreadbts Listen to the podcast: Hanging By A Thread • A podcast on Spotify for Podcasters You can listen to the episode of Jolene's podcast where I guested talking about REBECCA (1940) and CRIMSON PEAK (2015) here: Hanging By A Thread: Ghost Around Us (Crimson Peak and Rebecca) w/ Rebecca McCallum on Apple Podcasts Find Rebecca and her work on Twitter and Instagram @PendlePumpkin Read Rebecca's Hitchcock's Women series with Moving Pictures Film Club here: Hitchcock's Women(movingpicturesfilmclub.com)
This month's Out Now with Aaron and Abe commentary has two Charlies on its mind. Just in time for Noirvember, Aaron is joined by The Brandon Peters Show's Brandon Peters and The Wrap's Scott Mendelson to discuss Alfred Hitchcock's 1943 classic Shadow of a Doubt. Hear what this group has to say about Hitchcock's favorite of his own films and how it sits within his expansive filmography. Plus, plenty of tangents, thoughts on the film's legacy, the stars involved, and more. So now, if you've got an hour to kill… Follow all of us on Twitter: @Outnow_Podcast, @AaronsPS4, @WalrusMoose, @ScottMendelson, @Brandon4KUHD Check out all of our sites and blogs: TheCodeIsZeek.com, Why So Blu?, The Brandon Peters Show, The Wrap Watch the Trailer for Shadow of a Doubt #ShadowOfADoubt #AlfredHitchcock #commentary #TeresaWright #JosephCotten #filmnoir #thriller #Suspense #noirvember #movie #film #podcast #entertainment #outnowpodcast #outnowwithaaronandabe #masterofsuspense
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In this episode we discuss two more movies from Alfred Hitchcock, The 39 Steps and The Lady Vanishes. This will wrap up our Hitchcock series. Link is below for all our social media. https://linktr.ee/silverscreenvideo Thanks for stopping by. Feel free to email at firstname.lastname@example.org with any comments or thoughts. Also be sure to follow us on Instagram @silverscreenvideopodcast or Twitter @SilverVideo --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/silverscreenvideo/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/silverscreenvideo/support
The boys are ready to swap murders with Tyler MacIntyre (director of Tragedy Girls) as we discuss Hitchcock's stalker thriller Strangers on a Train. We're talking the consequences of societal norms, Robert Walker's chilling performance as Bruno, and a little bit about Tyler's latest film It's a Wonderful Knife! Take a hit and pass that spooky shitNew episodes drop every Tuesday; subscribe so you don't miss out. Rate us 5 stars and share with a friend while you're at it! Next week, we're hosting a grim dinner party while we discuss RopeHaunt Tyler on social media:TwitterHaunt Garrett on social media:TikTokTwitterInstagramLetterboxdYouTubeHaunt DeVaughn on social media:TwitterTikTokInstagramLetterboxdYouTubeSpecter Cinema Club Original Theme by Andrey Kinnard
Who's ready to celebrate asphalt roofing excellence? ARMA is! On this episode of Roofing Road Trips, Megan Ellsworth is joined by ARMA's Executive Vice President, Reed Hitchcock and Director of Inside Sales for GAF, Lynn Picone to talk about ARMA's 2024 Excellence in Asphalt Roofing Awards. What does it mean to be a winner of the ARMA Excellence in Asphalt Roofing award, who judges the applications, and what are the benefits of receiving this award? Learn this and more on this episode of Roofing Road Trips! Learn more at RoofersCoffeeShop.com! Are you a contractor looking for resources? Become an R-Club Member today! https://www.rooferscoffeeshop.com/rcs-club-sign-up Follow Us! https://www.instagram.com/rooferscoffeeshop/?hl=en https://www.facebook.com/rooferscoffeeshop/ https://www.linkedin.com/company/rooferscoffeeshop-com https://www.tiktok.com/@rooferscoffeeshop
Ellen and Todd talked about the Mass of a lifetime for the elderly, held in Canada. John Martignoni talked about where purgatory is in the Bible and promoted his book, Blue Collar Apologetics. Kevin Turley discussed his article, "Hitchcock, Jack the Ripper, and a Catholic cemetery. "
We finally were able to bring you our 2nd Thanksgiving special, Pumpkin Beer, Pumpkin Pie & Pumpkinhead 2: Blood Wings! Plus musical guest "Chained To The Dead" appears courtesy Horror Pain Gore Death Productions. HorrorPainGoreDeath.com
Welcome to the Fore Golfers Network/Michigan Golf Live Podcast Ep 407 - PGA Hope - The Story of Mark Hitchcock Our special guest is Bay City, MI resident Mark Hitchcock. Mark served honorably in the US Army Reserve for 10 years with the 980th Quartermaster Company. Mark progressed to the rank of Sergeant and took on several additional duties within his unit, most prominently serving as his unit's Duty Appointed Retention NCO while also bearing responsibility for his squad and duties of his MOS as a Petroleum Supply Specialist. During his service, SGT Hitchcock earned the Army Commendation Medal, 3 Army Achievement Medals, 3 Army Reserve Components Achievement Medals, National Defense Service Medal, Iraq Campaign Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, 2 Armed Forces Reserve Medals w/ M Device, Army Service Ribbon, Driver & Mechanic Badge / Driver-W, as well as several Certificates of Achievement. For service in Iraq, his unit was also awarded the Meritorious Unit Commendation for exceptional service during Operation Iraqi Freedom. Mark learned about PGA HOPE from one of his volunteers while serving as an Event Manager for the Alzheimer's Association who was aware of his prior service and love for golf. During the program, Mark, who never took a formal lesson prior to this program, not only learned some critical skills that have improved his golf game, but also helped him connect with many fellow Veterans and provide a sense of focus and purpose he didn't realize was missing in his life since leaving the service, using the game of golf as the catalyst. ---------------- Subscribe to the FGN Podcast Watch FGN videos on YouTube Check out our other sports pod: Church Pew Sports TEXT or CALL (989) 272-2383 to share your thoughts, comments, suggestions, and questions
Dan, James, Anna and Andrew discuss snake bites, starfish bodies, sucking blood and a speaking building. Visit nosuchthingasafish.com for news about live shows, merchandise and more episodes. Join Club Fish for ad-free episodes and exclusive bonus content at apple.co/nosuchthingasafish or nosuchthingasafish.com/patreon
We're joined from San Jose by the one and only JAMIE RIVERS! We catch up with Jamie on the road, chat about his relationship with Ken Hitchcock, and learn about what made Hitchcock such a great coach. We discuss the team "settling in" to the new system, seeing the benefits of their work on a nightly basis, and plenty more! Lots of hockey chat with Jamie! Let's GO BLUES! Leave us a rating and review on your favorite podcast directory to help spread the word about the Last Minute Blues Podcast! Follow us on Spotify, Apple, Google, or wherever you get your podcasts. It's the Last Minute Blues Podcast with Jeff Burton, Donny Fandango, and former St. Louis Blues defenseman, Jamie Rivers! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
2023 Hockey Hall of Fame Inductee Ken Hitchcock joins OverDrive to discuss entering hockey's sacred hall earlier this week. Hitchcock shares his thoughts on why Mike Modano and Joe Nieuwendyk were two players who helped him reach rarified air in NHL coaching history, the season-long struggles of the Edmonton Oilers this year, why Sidney Crosby has been able to maintain such a high level of play as he approaches the age of 40 and more.
his week on the Tipping Point show, I am joined by my friend and fellow endtimes contributor, Dr. Mark Hitchcock. This week, we continue to discuss the war in Israel as we talk through popular news articles. In the subscriber portion of the show, we answer questions, such as “Could you please explain the difference between the Olivet discourse and the Days of Noah?” as well as “what do we believe when both Pastor Jimmy and Pastor Mark interpret a scripture differently?” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Don't fall in love or it'll cause the end of the world...we think? The boys are joined by Lexi Van Dyke (Schooled By Cinema Podcast) to discuss Hitchcock's (slightly controvserial) film The Birds. We discuss the drastic tonal shift, the odd love square of characters, and how this film is much darker than you remember. Let's take a hit and pass that spooky shit!New episodes drop every Tuesday; subscribe so you don't miss out. Rate us 5 stars and share with a friend while you're at it! Next week, we're offering murder services to Strangers on a TrainHaunt Lexi on social media:TwitterSchooled By CinemaHaunt Garrett on social media:TikTokTwitterInstagramLetterboxdYouTubeHaunt DeVaughn on social media:TwitterTikTokInstagramLetterboxdYouTubeSpecter Cinema Club Original Theme by Andrey Kinnard
What have the BLUES been doing right during their recent upswing? Plus Donny, Alex Ferrario, and Jeremy Rutherford talk about Ken Hitchcock and Pierre Turgeon joining the Hockey Hall of Fame, Scott Perunovich, what to do about the MESS in Edmonton, and plenty more! Thanks for listening St. Louis BLUES fans! Leave us a rating and review on your favorite podcast directory to help spread the word about the Last Minute Blues Podcast! Follow us on Spotify, Apple, Google, or wherever you get your podcasts. It's the Last Minute Blues Podcast with Jeff Burton, Donny Fandango, and former St. Louis Blues defenseman, Jamie Rivers! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It's time to get the sunglasses out as we hightail it to Italy for The Snorkel released in July 1958. Cev's the dubious travel agent, Ben's checking for trapdoors and Smokey's checking his equipment...“The House Of Hammer Theme” and incidental music - written and produced by Cev MooreArtwork by Richard WellsAll the links you think you'll need & more!https://linktr.ee/househammerpod
As soon as we learned there was ANOTHER version of Hitchcock's Blackmail--the silent version, which was actually more popular at the time than the "talkie" version was--we knew we had to set aside the time to watch it. It's not exactly a different movie. Most of the cast is the same. Most of the shots are the same. But it IS different. Substantially so; it's the original way the film was shot, and it's silent. Even though its not its own movie, not really, a deep dive into Hitchcock's filmography wouldn't be complete without it, so we're sitting down to watch it. Join us :)
Jan Markell hosts Dr. Mark Hitchcock, Olivier Melnick, and Trevor Rubenstein. Hitchcock feels the world has been given a two-minute warning as the final clock ticks down. War is expanding in the Mideast. The key to the clock is the Jewish people. Israel is the burdensome stone to the world and church. There will be a clamoring for a peace treaty. To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/407/29
Dive deep into the world of suspense and spirits as Bob and Brad embark on a thrilling journey, scoring the master of suspense, Alfred Hitchcock, with their patently ridiculous 5-point directorial metric. We dissect Hitchcock's iconic style, from the innovative editing techniques that kept audiences on the edge of their seats to the cinematic cohesion that binds his filmography into a unified legacy of thrillers. Then, we sample three new American Single Malts from Old Line Spirits. 0:00 Scoring Alfred Hitchcock 15:45 Old Line Spirits and a Special Announcement When you think of Hitchcock, you imagine the silhouette of a rotund figure, and the themes of suspense and psychological thrills immediately spring to mind. But what if we told you there's a way to measure the immeasurable? That's right, folks – we've taken the Hitchcock enigma and broken it down into a 5-point metric that would make even the man himself raise an eyebrow in curious skepticism. In this episode, we're not just talking about Hitchcock's films; we're scoring them. How does the Master fare when it comes to editing? Can "Shadow of a Doubt" hold its own in terms of performances? There's only one way to find out. Bob and Brad take you on a journey through what makes a Hitchcock film tick, dissecting the elements of storytelling, cinematography, and the uniqueness of the master of suspense. But wait, there's more! Old Line Spirits' American Single Malts are on the tasting block, offering a palette of flavors as varied and exciting as Hitchcock's filmography. Will the spirits score as high as the films? Tune in to find out. Film & Whiskey Podcast. New episodes every Tuesday. Theme music: "New Shoes" by Blue Wednesday Film & Whiskey Instagram Film & Whiskey Facebook Film & Whiskey Twitter Email us! Join our Discord server! For more episodes and engaging content, visit Film & Whiskey's website at www.filmwhiskey.com. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/filmwhiskey/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/filmwhiskey/support
Jan Markell hosts Dr. Mark Hitchcock, Olivier Melnick, and Trevor Rubenstein. Hitchcock feels the world has been given a two-minute warning as the final clock ticks down. War is expanding in the Mideast. The key to the clock is the Jewish people. Israel is the burdensome stone to the world and church. There will be a clamoring for a peace treaty. To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.lightsource.com/donate/1472/29
"One final thing I have to do...and then I'll be free of the past." For Episode 293, Thomas and Brandon tackle one of Alfred Hitchcock's masterpieces. Listen as they discuss how Vertigo made it to the big screen, the cinematography innovations, and why it took a while before people truly discovered the film. Opening Banter (00:00:10) Recap of the Private Investigator Genre (00:05:30) Intro to Vertigo (00:11:57) How Vertigo Got to Production (00:17:26) Favorite Scenes (00:34:51) On Set Life - (01:03:55) Aftermath: Release and Legacy (01:11:29) What Worked and What Didn't (01:19:02) Film Facts (01:29:28) Awards (01:39:42) Final Questions (01:45:09) Preview for Next Week (01:55:42) Get your tickets for our upcoming screening of CHILDREN OF MEN at the Nuart Theatre on November 10th: https://bit.ly/3Q2j9QL Join our Patreon for More Content: https://www.patreon.com/cinenation Contact Us: Facebook: @cinenation Instagram: @cinenationpodcast Twitter: @CineNationPod TikTok: @cinenation Letterboxd: CineNation Podcast E-mail: email@example.com
In this gripping episode of Film & Whiskey, Bob and Brad, alongside film critic Daniel Joyaux, dissect Alfred Hitchcock's innovative 1954 3-D thriller, "Dial M for Murder." As we navigate through the intricacies of the film's plot and Hitchcock's directorial techniques, our hosts also conclude their ambitious five-sample flight of 1792 bourbons with the robust and high-proof, 1792 Full Proof bourbon. Timestamps: 0:00 Introduction 05:15 Brad Explains 09:15 Performances and Themes 36:05 1792 Full Proof Bourbon Review 46:55 Two Facts and a Falsehood 54:15 Final Analysis of Dial M for Murder 1:06:25 Let's Make it a Double and Final Scores This week's episode brings you the master of suspense, Alfred Hitchcock, through the lens of "Dial M for Murder," accompanied by the potent 1792 Full Proof bourbon. Daniel Joyaux joins Bob and Brad in peeling back the layers of this 1954 cinematic thriller. They delve into the brilliant performances that bring the tension to a head, the thematic depth that goes beyond surface-level suspense, and the editing that set a precedent for thrillers to come. But that's not all - we also savor the high-proof delight of 1792's boldest bourbon. It's a taste test that challenges our palates and a movie breakdown that challenges our perceptions. Will the strong notes of the bourbon align with the strong directorial notes of Hitchcock's classic? Listen in to find out. And as always, we want to hear from you. What did you think of "Dial M for Murder"? Do you agree with our final scores? Let us know your thoughts and your favorite pairings of films and whiskeys. Film & Whiskey Podcast. New episodes every Tuesday. Theme music: "New Shoes" by Blue Wednesday Film & Whiskey Instagram Film & Whiskey Facebook Film & Whiskey Twitter Email us! Join our Discord server! For more episodes and engaging content, visit Film & Whiskey's website at www.filmwhiskey.com. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/filmwhiskey/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/filmwhiskey/support
Connor Hitchcock founded Homefield Apparel with his wife Christa in 2018. Today they sell college themed apparel to over 150 universities nationwide. Homefield prides itself on crafting a brand based on thoughtful design, culture and values. In this episode Connor shares the benefits of starting the business in Indiana, focusing on the fans and why staying scrappy is so important.
Dan and Shawn are joined by Ken Hitchcock (22:33). Hitchcock will be inducted in the Hockey Hall of Fame this weekend and he talks about his coaching philosophy, Bob Gainey's influence, his welcome to the NHL moment and how he had to adapt throughout the course of his coaching career. The guys start the episode talking about the red-hot Vancouver Canucks, the start that Quinn Hughes has had to his season and whether or not Vancouver will be able to sustain the high level of play throughout the season. They also touch on Jonathan Huberdeau's struggles and how the Calgary Flames highest paid player will bounce back from being benched this week in the 3rd period against the Nashville Predators. What's going on in Edmonton? They look at Jack Campbell's struggles and all the issues surrounding the Oilers. They talk about the adjustments the New Jersey Devils will have to make with Jack Hughes out of the lineup and look ahead to this weekend's Hockey Hall of Fame inductions.
In this episode, I spoke with author Laurence Leamer "Hitchcock's Blondes: The Unforgettable Women Behind the Legendary Director's Dark Obsession". Alfred Hitchcock was fixated—not just on the dark, twisty stories that became his hallmark, but also by the blond actresses who starred in many of his iconic movies. The director of North by Northwest, Rear Window, and other classic films didn't much care if they wore wigs, got their hair coloring out of a bottle, or were the rarest human specimen—a natural blonde—as long as they shone with a golden veneer on camera.
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Elizabeth Daley has served as the Dean of the USC School for Cinematic Arts for 30 years, which means she's been Leonard's boss for 25 of those years. Leonard and Jessie realized that they'd never sat and just talked to her for an hour—until now. Elizabeth studied theater and migrated to television early in her career, then answered the call from academia for what she thought would be a temporary assignment. Now she consults worldwide based on her vast experience dealing with students, teachers, and such alumni as George Lucas, who laid the foundation (literally) to rebuild the school in downtown Los Angeles. You'll hear other names appropriately dropped, from Hitchcock to Zemeckis in the course of this wide-ranging conversation.