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To receive future pods as soon as they're live and to support independent ski journalism, please consider an upgrade to a paid subscription.WhoBrett Cook, Vice President and General Manager of Seven Springs, Hidden Valley, and Laurel Mountain, PennsylvaniaRecorded onJanuary 30, 2023About Seven SpringsOwned by: Vail ResortsPass affiliations: Epic Pass, Epic Local Pass, Northeast Value Epic Pass, Northeast Midweek Epic PassLocated in: Seven Springs, PennsylvaniaYear opened: 1932Closest neighboring ski areas: Hidden Valley (17 minutes), Laurel Mountain (45 minutes), Nemacolin (46 minutes), Boyce Park (1 hour), Wisp (1 hour), Blue Knob (1 hour, 30 minutes)Base elevation: 2,240 feetSummit elevation: 2,994 feetVertical drop: 754 feetSkiable Acres: 285Average annual snowfall: 135 inchesTrail count: 48 (5 expert, 6 advanced, 15 intermediate, 16 beginner, 6 terrain parks)Lift count: 14 (2 six-packs, 4 fixed-grip quads, 4 triples, 3 carpets, 1 ropetow)About Hidden ValleyOwned by: Vail ResortsPass affiliations: Epic Pass, Epic Local Pass, Northeast Value Epic Pass, Northeast Midweek Epic PassLocated in: Hidden Valley, PennsylvaniaYear opened: 1955Closest neighboring ski areas: Seven Springs (17 minutes), Laurel Mountain (34 minutes), Mystic Mountain (50 minutes), Boyce Park (54 minutes),Wisp (1 hour), Blue Knob (1 hour 19 minutes)Base elevation: 2,405 feetSummit elevation: 2,875 feetVertical drop: 470 feetSkiable Acres: 110Average annual snowfall: 140 inchesTrail count: 32 (9 advanced, 13 intermediate, 8 beginner, 2 terrain parks)Lift count: 8 (2 fixed-grip quads, 2 triples, 2 carpets, 2 handle tows)About Laurel MountainOwned by: Vail ResortsPass affiliations: Epic Pass, Epic Local Pass, Northeast Value Epic Pass, Northeast Midweek Epic PassLocated in: Boswell, PennsylvaniaYear opened: 1939Closest neighboring ski areas: Hidden Valley (34 minutes), Seven Springs (45 minutes), Boyce Park (1 hour), Blue Knob (1 hour), Mystic Mountain (1 hour, 15 minutes), Wisp (1 hour, 15 minutes)Base elevation: 2,005 feetSummit elevation: 2,766 feetVertical drop: 761 feetSkiable Acres: 70Average annual snowfall: 41 inchesTrail count: 20 (2 expert, 2 advanced, 6 intermediate, 10 beginner)Lift count: 2 (1 fixed-grip quad, 1 handle tow)Below the paid subscriber jump: a summary of our podcast conversation, a look at abandoned Hidden Valley expansions, historic Laurel Mountain lift configurations, and much more.Beginning with podcast 116, the full podcast articles are no longer available on the free content tier. Why? They take between 10 and 20 hours to research and write, and readers have demonstrated that they are willing to pay for content. My current focus with The Storm is to create value for anyone who invests their money into the product. Here are examples of a few past podcast articles, if you would like to see the format: Vail Mountain, Mt. Spokane, Snowbasin, Mount Bohemia, Brundage. To anyone who is supporting The Storm: thank you very much. You have guaranteed that this is a sustainable enterprise for the indefinite future.Why I interviewed himI've said this before, but it's worth repeating. Most Vail ski areas fall into one of two categories: the kind skiers will fly around the world for, and the kind skiers won't drive more than 15 minutes for. Whistler, Park City, Heavenly fall into the first category. Mt. Brighton, Alpine Valley, Paoli Peaks into the latter. I exaggerate a bit on the margins, but when I drive from New York City to Liberty Mountain, I know this is not a well-trod path.Seven Springs, like Hunter or Attitash, occupies a slightly different category in the Vail empire. It is both a regional destination and a high-volume big-mountain feeder. Skiers will make a weekend of these places, from Pittsburgh or New York City or Boston, then they will use the pass to vacation in Colorado. It's a better sort of skiing than your suburban knolls, more sprawling and interesting, more repeatable for someone who doesn't know what a Corky Flipdoodle 560 is.“Brah that sounds sick!”Thanks Park Brah. I appreciate you. But you know I just made that up, right?“Brah have you seen my shoulder-mounted Boombox 5000 backpack speaker? I left it right here beside my weed vitamins.”Sorry Brah. I have not.Anyway, I happen to believe that these sorts of in-the-middle resorts are the next great frontier of ski area consolidation. All the big mountains have either folded under the Big Four umbrella or have gained so much megapass negotiating power that the incentive to sell has rapidly evaporated. The city-adjacent bumps such as Boston Mills were a novel and highly effective strategy for roping cityfolk into Epic Passes, but as pure ski areas, those places just are not and never will be terribly compelling experiences. But the middle is huge and mostly untapped, and these are some of the best ski areas in America, mountains that are large enough to give you a different experience each time but contained enough that you don't feel as though you've just wandered into an alternate dimension. There's enough good terrain to inspire loyalty and repeat visits, but it's not so good that passholders don't dream of the hills beyond.Examples: Timberline, West Virginia; Big Powderhorn, Michigan; Berkshire East and Jiminy Peak in Massachusetts; Plattekill, New York; Elk Mountain, Pennsylvania; Mt. Spokane, Washington; Bear Valley, California; Cascade or Whitecap, Wisconsin; Magic Mountain, Vermont; or Black Mountain, New Hampshire. There are dozens more. Vail's Midwestern portfolio is expansive but bland, day-ski bumps but no weekend-type spots on the level of Crystal Mountain, Michigan or Lutsen, Minnesota.If you want to understand the efficacy of this strategy, the Indy Pass was built on it. Ninety percent of its roster is the sorts of mountains I'm referring to above. Jay Peak and Powder Mountain sell passes, but dang it Bluewood and Shanty Creek are kind of nice now that the pass nudged me toward them. Once Vail and Alterra realize how crucial these middle mountains are to filling in the pass blanks, expect them to start competing for the space. Seven Springs, I believe, is a test case in how impactful a regional destination can be both in pulling skiers in and pushing them out across the world. Once this thing gels, look the hell out.What we talked aboutThe not-so-great Western Pennsylvania winter so far; discovering skiing as an adult; from liftie to running the largest ski resort in Pennsylvania; the life and death of Snow Time Resorts; joining the Peak Pass; two ownership transitions in less than a year, followed by Covid; PA ski culture; why the state matters to Vail; helping a Colorado ski company understand the existential urgency of snowmaking in the East; why Vail doubled down on PA with the Seven Springs purchase when they already owned five ski areas in the state; breaking down the difference between the Roundtop-Liberty-Whitetail trio and the Seven-Springs-Hidden-Valley-Laurel trio; the cruise ship in the mountains; rugged and beautiful Western PA; dissecting the amazing outsized snowfall totals in Western Pennsylvania; Vail Resorts' habit of promoting from within; how Vail's $20-an-hour minimum wage hit in Pennsylvania; the legacy of the Nutting family, the immediate past owners of the three ski areas; the legendary Herman Dupree, founder of Seven Springs and HKD snowguns; Seven Springs amazing sprawling snowmaking system, complete with 49(!) ponds; why the system isn't automated and whether it ever will be; how planting more trees could change the way Seven Springs skis; connecting the ski area's far-flung beginner terrain; where we could see additional glades at Seven Springs; rethinking the lift fleet; the importance of redundant lifts; do we still need Tyrol?; why Seven Springs, Hidden Valley, and Laurel share a single general manager; thinking of lifts long-term at Hidden Valley; Hidden Valley's abandoned expansion plans and whether they could ever be revived; the long and troubled history of state-owned Laurel Mountain; keeping the character at this funky little upside-down boomer; “We love what Laurel Mountain is and we're going to continue to own that”; building out Laurel's snowmaking system; expansion potential at Laurel; “Laurel is a hidden gem and we don't want it to be hidden anymore”; Laurel's hidden handletow; evolving Laurel's lift fleet; managing a state-owned ski area; Seven Springs' new trailmap; the Epic Pass arrives; and this season's lift-ticket limits. Why I thought that now was a good time for this interviewWhen Vail bought Peak Resorts in 2019, they suddenly owned nearly a quarter of Pennsylvania's ski areas: Big Boulder, Jack Frost, Whitetail, Roundtop, and Liberty. That's a lot of Eagles jerseys. And enough, I thought, that we wouldn't see VR snooping around for more PA treasures to add to their toybox.Then, to my surprise, the company bought Seven Springs – which they clearly wanted – along with Hidden Valley and Laurel, which they probably didn't, in late 2021. Really what they bought was Pittsburgh, metropolitan population 2.3 million, and their large professional class of potentially globe-trotting skiers. All these folks needed was an excuse to buy an Epic Pass. Vail gave them one.So now what? Vail knows what to do with a large, regionally dominant ski area like Seven Springs. It's basically Pennsylvania's version of Stowe or Park City or Heavenly. It was pretty good when you bought it, now you just have to not ruin it and remind everyone that they can now ski Whistler on their season pass. Hidden Valley, with its hundreds of on-mountain homeowners, suburban-demographic profile, and family orientation more or less fit Vail's portfolio too.But what to do with Laurel? Multiple locals assured me that Vail would close it. Vail doesn't do that – close ski areas – but they also don't buy 761-vertical-foot bumps at the ass-end of nowhere with almost zero built-in customer base and the snowmaking firepower of a North Pole souvenir snowglobe. They got it because it came with Seven Springs, like your really great spouse who came with a dad who thinks lawnmowers are an FBI conspiracy. I know what I think Vail should do with Laurel – dump money into the joint to aggressively route crowds away from the larger ski areas – but I didn't know whether they would, or had even considered it.Vail's had 14 months now to think this over. What are these mountains? How do they fit? What are we going to do with them? I got some answers.Questions I wish I'd askedYou know, it's weird that Vail has two Hidden Valleys. Boyne, just last year, changed the name of its “Boyne Highlands” resort to “The Highlands,” partly because, one company executive told me, skiers would occasionally show up to the wrong resort with a condo reservation. I imagine that's why Earl Holding ultimately backed off on renaming Snowbasin to “Sun Valley, Utah,” as he reportedly considered doing in the leadup to the 2002 Olympics – if you give people an easy way to confuse themselves, they will generally take you up on it.I realize this is not really the same thing. Boyne Mountain and The Highlands are 40 minutes apart. Vail's two Hidden Valleys are 10-and-a-half hours from each other by car. Still. I wanted to ask Cook if this weird fact had any hilarious unintended consequences (I desperately wish Holding would have renamed Snowbasin). Perhaps confusion in the Epic Mix app? Or someone purchasing lift tickets for the incorrect resort? An adult lift ticket at Hidden Valley, Pennsylvania for tomorrow is $75 online and $80 in person, but just $59 online/$65 in person for Hidden Valley, Missouri. Surely someone has confused the two?So, which one should we rename? And what should we call it? Vail has been trying to win points lately with lift names that honor local landmarks – they named their five new lifts at Jack Frost-Big Boulder “Paradise,” “Tobyhanna,” “Pocono,” “Harmony,” and “Blue Heron” (formerly E1 Lift, E2 Lift, B Lift, C Lift, E Lift, F Lift, Merry Widow I, Merry Widow II, and Edelweiss). So how about renaming Hidden Valley PA to something like “Allegheny Forest?” Or call Hidden Valley, Missouri “Mississippi Mountain?” Yes, both of those names are terrible, but so is having two Hidden Valleys in the same company.What I got wrong* I guessed in the podcast that Pennsylvania was the “fifth- or sixth-largest U.S. state by population.” It is number five, with an approximate population of 13 million, behind New York (19.6M), Florida (22.2M), Texas (30M), and California (39M).* I guessed that the base of Keystone is “nine or 10,000 feet.” The River Run base area sits at 9,280 feet.* I mispronounced the last name of Seven Springs founder Herman Dupre as “Doo-Pree.” It is pronounced “Doo-Prey.”* I said there were “lots” of thousand-vertical-foot ski areas in Pennsylvania. There are, in fact, just four: Blue Mountain (1,140 feet), Blue Knob (1,073 feet), Elk (1,000 feet), and Montage (1,000 feet).Why you should ski Seven Springs, Hidden Valley, and LaurelIt's rugged country out there. Not what you're thinking. More Appalachian crag than Poconos scratch. Abrupt and soaring. Beautiful. And snowy. In a state where 23 of 28 ski areas average fewer than 50 inches of snow per season, Seven Springs and Laurel bring in 135-plus apiece.Elevation explains it. A 2,000-plus-foot base is big-time in the East. Killington sits at 1,165 feet. Sugarloaf at 1,417. Stowe at 1,559. All three ski areas sit along the crest of 70-mile-long Laurel Ridge, a storm door on the western edge of the Allegheny Front that rakes southeast-bound moisture from the sky as it trains out of Lake Erie.When the snow doesn't come, they make it. Now that Big Boulder has given up, Seven Springs is typically the first ski area in the state to open. It fights with Camelback for last-to-close. Twelve hundred snowguns and 49 snowmaking ponds help.Seven Springs doesn't have the state's best pure ski terrain – look to Elk Mountain or, on the rare occasions it's fully open, Blue Knob for that – but it's Pennsylvania's largest, most complete, and, perhaps, most consistent operation. It is, in fact, the biggest ski area in the Mid-Atlantic, a ripping and unpretentious ski region where you know you'll get turns no matter how atrocious the weather gets.Hidden Valley is something different. Cozy. Easy. Built for families on parade. Laurel is something different too. Steep and fierce, a one-lift wonder dug out of the graveyard by an owner with more passion, it seems, than foresight. Laurel needs snowmaking. Top to bottom and on every trail. The hill makes no sense in 2023 without it. Vail won't abandon the place outright, but if they don't knock $10 million in snowmaking into the dirt, they'll be abandoning it in principle.Podcast NotesThe trailmap rabbit hole – Hidden ValleyWe discussed the proposed-but-never-implemented expansion at Hidden Valley, which would have sat skier's right of the Avalanche pod. Here it is on the 2010 trailmap:The 2002 version actually showed three potential lifts serving this pod:Unfortunately, this expansion is unlikely. Cook explains why in the pod.The trailmap rabbit hole – LaurelLaurel, which currently has just one quad and a handletow, has carried a number of lift configurations over the decades. This circa 1981 trailmap shows a double chair where the quad now sits, and a series of surface lifts climbing the Broadway side of the hill, and another set of them bunched at the summit:The 2002 version shows a second chairlift – which I believe was a quad – looker's right, and surface lifts up top to serve beginners, tubers, and the terrain park:Related: here's a pretty good history of all three ski areas, from 2014.The Pennsylvania ski inventory rabbitholePennsylvania skiing is hard to get. No one seems to know how many ski areas the state has. The NSAA says there are 26. Cook referenced 24 on the podcast. The 17 that Wikipedia inventories include Alpine Mountain, which has been shuttered for years. Ski Central (22), Visit PA (21), and Ski Resort Info (25) all list different numbers. My count is 28. Most lists neglect to include the six private ski areas that are owned by homeowners' associations or reserved for resort guests. Cook and I also discussed which ski area owned the state's highest elevation (it's Blue Knob), so I included base and summit elevations as well:The why-is-Vail-allowed-to-own-80-percent-of-Ohio's-public-ski-areas? rabbitholeCook said he wasn't sure how many ski areas there are in Ohio. There are six. One is a private club. Snow Trails is family-owned. Vail owns the other four. I think this shouldn't be allowed, especially after how poorly Vail managed them last season, and especially how badly Snow Trails stomped them from an operations point of view. But here we are:The steepest-trail rabbitholeWe discuss Laurel's Wildcat trail, which the ski area bills as the steepest in the state. I generally avoid echoing these sorts of claims, which are hard to prove and not super relevant to the actual ski experience. You'll rarely see skiers lapping runs like Rumor at Gore or White Lightning at Montage, mostly because they frankly just aren't that much fun, exercises in ice-rink survival skiing for the Brobot armies. But if you want the best primer I've seen on this subject, along with an inventory of some very steep U.S. ski trails, read this one on Skibum.net. The article doesn't mention Laurel's Wildcat trail, but the ski area was closed sporadically and this site's heyday was about a decade ago, so it may have been left out as a matter of circumstance.The “back in my day” rabbitholeI referenced an old “punchcard program” at Roundtop during our conversation. I was referring to the Night Club Program offered by former-former owner Snow Time Resorts at Roundtop, Liberty, and Whitetail. When Snow Time sold the ski area in 2018 to Peak Resorts, the buyer promptly dropped the evening programs. When Vail purchased the resort in 2019, it briefly re-instated some version of them (I think), but I don't believe they survived the Covid winter (2020-21). This 5,000-word March 2019 article (written four months before Vail purchased the resorts) from DC Ski distills the rage around this abrupt pass policy change. Four years later, I still get emails about this, and not infrequently. I'm kind of surprised Vail hasn't offered some kind of Pennsylvania-specific pass, since they have more ski areas in that state (eight) than they have in any other, including Colorado (five). After all, the company sells an Ohio-specific pass that started at just $299 last season. Why not a PA-specific version for, say, $399, for people who want to ski always and only at Roundtop or Liberty or Big Boulder? Or a nights-only pass?I suppose Vail could do this, and I suspect they won't. The Northeast Value Pass – good for mostly unlimited access at all of the company's ski areas from Michigan on east – sold for $514 last spring. A midweek version ran $385. A seven-day Epic Day Pass good at all the Pennsylvania ski areas was just $260 for adults and $132 for kids aged 5 to 12. I understand that there is a particular demographic of skiers who will never ski north of Harrisburg and will never stop blowing up message boards with their disappointment and rage over this. The line between a sympathetic character and a tedious one is thin, however, and eventually we're all better off focusing our energies on the things we can control.The Storm publishes year-round, and guarantees 100 articles per year. This is article 9/100 in 2023, and number 395 since launching on Oct. 13, 2019. Want to send feedback? Reply to this email and I will answer (unless you sound insane, or, more likely, I just get busy). You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org. 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What's up, dudes? Rudolph, Frosty, Jack Frost, Phroomf. Phroomf? Yes, Adam Pope from Wizards! The Podcast Guide to Comics and The Retro Network is here to talk this obscure 1986 story of an alien pixie who crashes in Santa's backyard and finds a special place in his suit. Dwarves? Check. Sad sun? Yep. Thistle whistle? Why, of course! So grab your cape, put on your star gloves, and fall from your supernova into this episode!Wizards!Twitter: @WizardsComics IG: @wizards_comicsFB: @TRNsocialCheck us out on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Totally Rad Christmas Mall & Arcade, Teepublic.com, or TotallyRadChristmas.com! Later, dudes!
Al & Val are joined by wrestling expert and DCOMmentaries superfan Trent Dozier to break down Andy Lawrence's hottest movieI Love Improv! with Trent DozierThe Tournament PodcastCam & Trent's Family Reunion (Live in LA on 1/25/23)Going to the Mat (March 9, 2004)IMDB WikipediaDirected by Stuart Gillard (Scream Team, Full Court Miracle, Twitches, Twitches Two, Charmed, 90210)Written by Chris & Laurie Nolan (I Kissed a Vampire, Adapt or Die), Steve Bloom (James & the Giant Peach, Jack Frost - 15 year gap in his credits)Starring: Andrew Lawrence as Jason "Jace" Newfield (Horse Sense, Jumping Ship, The Other Me, Brotherly Love, Recess, Hawaii 5-0)Alessandra Torresani as Mary Beth Rice (Character actor)Khleo Thomas as Vincent "Fly" Shu (Holes, character actor)Wayne Brady as Mason Wyatt (Whose Line, Let's Make a Deal, Bold & Beautiful, voice acting)D. B. Sweeney as Coach Rice (character actor)Billy Aaron Brown as John Lambrix (8 Simple Rules, character actor)Brenda Strong as Patty Newfield (Desperate Housewives, Starship Troopers, Deep End of the Ocean, Sports Night, Dallas, 13 Reasons Why, Supergirl)Brian Wimmer as Tom Newfield (China Beach, Flipper, stopped in 2013)Synopsis: Jake is a talented musician and also blind. When his family moves from New York to Utah he must find another hobby which will help him make friends. He discovers wrestling is one of the few sports where blind people compete on the same level as sighted ones, so becomes a wrestler. As his team improves he learns valuable lessons about himself.Next Movie: Zt3 ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Prepare to have your spine tingled by The WacArnold's Brothers! David and Jared sit down every episode to talk and laugh through some low-key horror movie classics. This episode we chill out with the 1997 snowman serial killer movie Jack Frost! Like/Follow/Share @oldheartradio (iTunes, Spotify, Instagram) Follow on Twitter @oldheartinspace GET IT ON!
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Welcome to Saturday Night Slashers This episode I review the 1997 killer snowman movie, "Jack Frost." (Theme song "Back to Bassicks" composed by Dave Loveless) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/saturdaynightslashers/message
On this Off-Topic episode, Nolan is joined by Emily von Seele, Ben McBride, and Paul Farrell — as well as special guest Heather Wixson from Daily Dead — to talk about her newest book, MONSTERS, MAKEUP & EFFECTS 2: CONVERSATIONS WITH CINEMA'S GREATEST ARTISTS, and discuss some of their favorite movie monsters, as well as the people behind them. Links of interest and/or sources cited for research on this episode: Monsters, Makeup & Effects: Volume 2 by Heather Wixson CRAVIN' CRAVEN 20: RED EYE (F This Movie!) (podcast) The Hilarious Horrors of “Weird Al” Yankovic – 5 Songs for Horror Fans by Paul Farrell (Bloody Disgusting) ‘Death Becomes Her' – 1992 Horror-Comedy's ‘Tales from the Crypt' Energy Still Delights 30 Years Later by Paul Farrell (Bloody Disgusting) Review: THE HARBINGER is a Nightmare You Shouldn't Miss by Emily von Seele (Daily Dead) Celebrating 25 Years of the Angriest, Most Murderous Snowman in JACK FROST by Emily von Seele (Daily Dead)
In this episode of 25 Days of Christmas, Patricia and Carlene discuss about the 1976 Rankin/Bass animated special Frosty's Winter Wonderland, the sequel to Frosty the Snowman. Frosty has returned from the North Pole to the town where the children greet and play with him. However, Jack Frost is jealous of Frosty's popularity and wishes for him to go away. Meanwhile, Frosty feels lonely because he doesn't have a companion when the kids go inside at night. They decide to make Frosty a snow wife named Crystal. What did Patricia and Carlene think of this special? Listen and find out. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/old-school-lane/support
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CTM Review of the murderous snowman, Jack Frost!From IMDb: After an accident that left murderer Jack Frost dead in genetic material the vengeful killer returns as a murderous snowman to exact his revenge on the man who sent him to be executedInstagram: @cue_the_movieTwitter: @cue_the_movie
With the exact whereabouts of Jack Frost and Santa still unknown, Lickety Split, Wink Tinkle, and Bolby venture deeper into Santa's home to find answers. The thrilling climax to our holiday adventure begins! Featuring:Kellie Moon as Bolby the BardMadison Gillis as Wink Tinkle the ToymakerSteph Simon as Lickety Split the Reindeer Farrier-Zephry Wright as your jolly Dungeon MasterAri Goldberg as the lovely and talented Sound Engineer Sound design and editing by Mike Crockett of Crackpot Podcast Production.Production Assistance by Ed McCabeLogo design by Ari GoldbergTheme song and additional music by Nathan CowperRecorded at Improv Asylum in Boston MassachusettsA part of the Asylum Podcast Network
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Horror! Icy Bean! Desespero! Brain freeze! Merry Xmas! Feliz Natal caríssimos ouvintes! Nos reunimos para uma celebração trash de fim de ano para bater um papo sobre a continuação do Slasher Galhofa Jack Frost onde contamos a saga vingativa deste carismático boneco d'água. E além de nossa resenha habitual, tenha aula de fisiologia quântica com o nosso querido Professor Exumador! Duração: 92minMédia TD1P: 3 ELENCO Almighty, o Estagiário de Chinelos!Bruno "Gunfree" GunterDouglas Fricke, o ExumadorEdson OliveiraShin Koheo, o Maratonista nu! ARTE DO BANNER Shin Koheo EXTRAS DESTE PODTRASH IMDB de Jack Frost 2Trailer de Jack Frost 2 Escute esta playlist no Spotify! FEEDS E LINKS DO PODTRASH Podtrash na iTunes StorePodtrash no SpotifyFeed completo do PodtrashFeed sem os Lado BFeed do Lado BCanal do Podtrash no YoutunerParticipe do Grupo “Esse Merece um Podtrash” lá no Facebook!Participe do grupo do Telegram dos Ouvintes do PodtrashConheça a Loja de Camisetas As Baratas! CONTATOS DO PODTRASH firstname.lastname@example.orgKoo do Podtrash!@podtrashFacebook do PodtrashNova Cx Postal: 79137 - CEP 03479-970 CAPA DESTE PODTRASH
This episode of podcast will have you laughing, frightened, and entertained all at the same time. Edgegrave Dave reviews "Jack Frost" Chris Whitehouse discusses an interesting experience his teammate had, and Ghost Joe in=terviews John Wright, who is a MUFON Investigator, Paranormal Investigator, and tour guide at Orange County,NY "Pine Bush UFO and Paranormal Museum!Pine Bush UFO and Paranormal MuseumMutual UFO NetworkIf You Have A Paranormal Experience You'd Like To Share or If You'd Like To Be A Guest On The Show, Please Call (845)600-0744 and leave me a Voicemail! You Can Also Email Me At GhostJoeNY@gmail.comIf You Like The Podcast, Please Leave Me A Review on Apple Podcasts!Chris WhitehouseWhitehouse Investigations YouTubeTalking ParanormalWhitehouse Investigations FacebookWhitehouse Investigations IGThe Warped Reality PodcastOfficial WebsiteFacebook GroupInstagramTikTok
We are reviewing the fan-voted Christmas movie tournament. See what movie came in first place. Here's the movies: Home Alone 2: Lost in New York (1992)Kiss Kiss Bang Bang (2005)A Christmas Carol (2009)The Muppet Christmas Carol (1992)Fred Claus (2007)Its A wonderful Life (1946)Jack Frost (1998)Die Hard (1988)This Christmas (2007)A Christmas Carol (1951)All I want for Christmas (1991)Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer (1964)Ernest Saves Christmas (1988)National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation (1989)Rent (2005)Home Alone (1990)Less Than Zero (1987)A Christmas Story (1983)the long kiss goodnight (1996)Miracle on 34th Street (1947)Diner (1982)Elf (2003)The Christmas Shoes (2002)Gremlins (1984)A Season for Miracles (1999)Bad Santa (2003)Brazil (1985)Scrooged (1988)The Most Wonderful Time of the Year (2008)Edward Scissorhands (1990)Four Christmases (2008)Trading Places (1983)Reindeer Games (2000)The Santa Clause (1994)Lethal Weapon (1987)Joyeux Noel (2005)I'll Be Home for Christmas (1998)The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993)Deck the Halls (2006)The Shop Around the Corner (1940)November Christmas (2010)Happiest Season (2020)Eyes Wide Shut (1999)A Charlie Brown Christmas (1965)silent night deadly night (1984)The Christmas Chronicles (2018)Friday After Next (2002)Love Actually (2003)Nothing Like the Holidays (2008)8-Bit Christmas (2021)Mrs. Miracle (2009)Silent Night (2002)Mixed Nuts (1994)The Night Before (2015)Frosty the Snowman (1969)Batman Returns (1992)Spirited (2022)Black Christmas (1974)Nativity! (2009)How the Grinch Stole Christmas! (1966)Trapped in Paradise (1994)Last Christmas (2019)The Santa Clause 2 (2002)The Ref (1994)A very Harold & Kumar Christmas (2011)The Family Man (2000)12 Days of Giving (2017)A Boy Called Christmas (2021)bad moms christmas (2017)Krampus (2015)The Lemon Drop Kid (1951)The Polar Express (2004)Kristin's Christmas Past (2013)Better Watch Out (2016)12 Dates of Christmas (2011)Prancer (1989)Beyond Tomorrow (1940)White Christmas (1954)One Magic Christmas (1985)Shazam! (2019)Crown for Christmas (2015)The Year Without a Santa Claus (1974)Arthur Christmas (2011)How The Grinch Stole Christmas (2000)Holiday Affair (1949)Lovely, Still (2008)The Santa Suit (2009)Jingle All the Way (1996)Christmas With the Kranks (2004)Santa Claus is Comin' to Town (1970)Noel (2004)the preacher's wife (1996)Fatman (2020)Just Friends (2005)29th Street (1991)The Snowman (1982)A Christmas Tale (2008)Surviving Christmas (2004)A Christmas Detour Message (2004)The Little Drummer Boy (1968)The Nativity Story (2005)Serendipity (2001)A Chipmunk Christmas (1981)LOOK WHO'S TALKING NOW (1993) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mass-debaters/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mass-debaters/support
This week on Weirdhouse Cinema, Rob and Joe discuss the classic 1960s Russian fairy tale spectacular “Morozko,” better known to many fans as “Jack Frost.” It's a tale of love, evil stepmothers, mushroom wizards, animal transformations, Baba Yaga and of course the Russian personification of winter, Morozko or Ded Moroz. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Movie Meltdown - Episode 592 (For our Patreon "Horror Club") Bust out the hot cocoa and Christmas cookies and settle in as we discuss the controversial holiday horror “classic” Silent Night, Deadly Night. And while we try to decide just how to put “The Star Wars Holiday Special” into perspective for someone who hasn't seen it, we also bring up… Guillermo del Toro's Cabinet of Curiosities, Wednesday, Glorious, that creepy old mother superior nun, retail fantasies, Linnea Quigley, command strips, a fork to the gut, creating Catholic weirdos, Utah, who's gettin' it on at an orphanage, Charles E. Sellier Jr., FAO Schwarz, RoboSanta, talking through a glory hole, Tim Burton movies, child trauma, Bob Vila, not watching Troll, Jenna Ortega, hunting a human, merchandising nightmares, sledders, hanging out with The Doors, a murderous snowman, a Lovecraftian entity, who unlocked the door, homicidal maniac dressed as Santa, Jack Frost, Phil Donahue, dancing on a giant piano, the God-like level of Dolly Parton and being distracted by the toys. Spoiler Alert: Full spoilers for the 1984 film “Silent Night, Deadly Night”, so go watch the movie before you listen. “He's got his own traumatic Santa memory.”
Join Tom, Anton, and myself as we dive into some of the cheesiest and most ridiculous Christmas-related horror movies of all time! In 1997, Michael Cooney unleashed a direct-to-video movie about a serial killer turned snowman after an accident with a genetics truck. The film featured the debut of none other than Shannon Elizabeth, who unfortunately met her demise in a horrific shower scene with the snowman. Pre-dating the more well-known 1998 movie titled the same, starring Michael Keaton -the movie now has a cult following and was followed up in 2000 with Jack Frost 2: Revenge of the Mutant Killer Snowman and the soon-after canceled Jack Frost 3: Jackzilla. Full Moon Features is one of the most prolific companies in B-class horror movies, combine this with the ever-eccentric Gary Busey as a killer GingerBread man and you have a hell of a cheese fest! Spawning many crossovers and sequels such as Passion of the crust, and Gingerdead man vs evil bong - this franchise is something that has to be seen to be believed. Join us as we talk movies, horror, titties, and more on this very special Christmas double-feature commentary. Grab your snacks and drinks and get your copy of the movies lined up and jump in! ITS GONNA GET STRANGE!Follow Aran here - linktr.ee/firstclasshorrorFollow Tom & Anton at www.strangebrewpodcast.com and Haus of Trash on all podcast platforms! Enjoy the show!
Scott MacDonald's Star Trek Career, Part 2 Scott MacDonald returns with more stories from his Star Trek career. Last time, we discussed his first role in the franchise and ever on TV as Tosk in the first season Star Trek DS9 episode "Captive Pursuit," the Romulan named N'Vek in the sixth season TNG episode "Face of the Enemy," and Gowron's brother in the "Star Trek: Klingon" PC game. This time, we learn about his time as Rollins on the pilot episode of "Star Trek: Voyager," who was supposed to have a more prominent role in the series. Scott was there with the original Captain Janeway, Geneviève Bujold, and explains what went wrong with her on set and how things immediately changed when Kate Mulgrew stepped in to take over. After that, we learn about his crazy audition story of he got the Goran'Agar role in the DS9 episode "Hippocratic Oath," working with Alexander Siddig and Colm Meaney while being directed by Rene Auberjonois covered in Jem'Hadar makeup and a wonderful tale about an act of kindness from the entire DS9 crew. Finally, it's all about the evil Xindi Commander Dolim from many episodes in season 3 of "Star Trek: Enterprise," including his makeup, working with Randy Oglesby, who Scott worked with previously in an award-winning play, having a fist fight with Scott Bakula in the season three finale, and how he ate the mouse! Enterprise fans – you know the scene! Plus, all about the modern horror Christmas classic "Jack Frost," his time on "Carnevale," a great tale about David Warner, and Scott takes a look at his Star Trek action figures! Visit fullempirepromotions.com to pick up signed items from Scott MacDonald from Star Trek and his other movies. Please subscribe to our brand new YouTube channel: www.youtube.com/@trekuntold . There you will see all the old episodes of this show, as well as new episodes and all of our other content, including shorts and some other fun things planned for the future. Visit my Amazon shop to check out tons of Trek products and other things I enjoy - https://www.amazon.com/shop/thefightnerd View the Teespring store for Trek Untold gear & apparel - https://my-store-9204078.creator-spring.com Support Trek Untold by becoming a Patreon at Patreon.com/TrekUntold. Don't forget to subscribe to the show and leave a rating if you like us! Follow Trek Untold on Social Media Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/trekuntoldTwitter: https://www.twitter.com/trekuntoldFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/trekuntold Follow Nerd News Today on Social Media Twitter: Twitter.com/NerdNews2Day Instagram: Instagram.com/NerdNewsToday Facebook: Facebook.com/NerdNewsToday Trek Untold is sponsored by Treksphere.com, powered by the RAGE Works Podcast Network, and affiliated with Nerd News Today. The views expressed on air during Trek Untold do not represent the views of the RAGE Works staff, partners, or affiliates.
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Scott MacDonald returns with more stories from his Star Trek career. Last time, we discussed his first role in the franchise and ever on TV as Tosk in the first season Star Trek DS9 episode "Captive Pursuit," the Romulan named N'Vek in the sixth season TNG episode "Face of the Enemy," and Gowron's brother in the "Star Trek: Klingon" PC game. This time, we learn about his time as Rollins on the pilot episode of "Star Trek: Voyager," who was supposed to have a more prominent role in the series. Scott was there with the original Captain Janeway, Geneviève Bujold, and explains what went wrong with her on set and how things immediately changed when Kate Mulgrew stepped in to take over. After that, we learn about his crazy audition story of he got the Goran'Agar role in the DS9 episode "Hippocratic Oath," working with Alexander Siddig and Colm Meaney while being directed by Rene Auberjonois covered in Jem'Hadar makeup and a wonderful tale about an act of kindness from the entire DS9 crew. Finally, it's all about the evil Xindi Commander Dolim from many episodes in season 3 of "Star Trek: Enterprise," including his makeup, working with Randy Oglesby, who Scott worked with previously in an award-winning play, having a fist fight with Scott Bakula in the season three finale, and how he ate the mouse! Enterprise fans – you know the scene! Plus, all about the modern horror Christmas classic "Jack Frost," his time on "Carnevale," a great tale about David Warner, and Scott takes a look at his Star Trek action figures! Visit fullempirepromotions.com to pick up signed items from Scott MacDonald from Star Trek and his other movies. Please subscribe to our brand new YouTube channel: www.youtube.com/@trekuntold . There you will see all the old episodes of this show, as well as new episodes and all of our other content, including shorts and some other fun things planned for the future. Visit my Amazon shop to check out tons of Trek products and other things I enjoy - https://www.amazon.com/shop/thefightnerd View the Teespring store for Trek Untold gear & apparel - https://my-store-9204078.creator-spring.com Support Trek Untold by becoming a Patreon at Patreon.com/TrekUntold. Don't forget to subscribe to the show and leave a rating if you like us! Follow Trek Untold on Social Media Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/trekuntoldTwitter: https://www.twitter.com/trekuntoldFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/trekuntold Follow Nerd News Today on Social Media Twitter: Twitter.com/NerdNews2DayInstagram: Instagram.com/NerdNewsTodayFacebook: Facebook.com/NerdNewsToday Trek Untold is sponsored by Treksphere.com, powered by the RAGE Works Podcast Network, and affiliated with Nerd News Today.
Tis' the season for another Christmas swap film! Join Paul, Lucy and Brendan as they unwrap the 1998 “family” snowman swap; Jack Frost.In this episode the gang also discusses snowman anatomy, Straight Edge culture and their favourite harmonicas solos. Also! Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from the Swapcast gang! We love feedback, tell us what you think of the podcast at….Email email@example.comTwitter twitter.com/The_SwapcastFacebook facebook.com/theswapcastpodcastInstagram instagram.com/theswapcastpodcastWebsite theswapcastpodcast.comAnd be sure to rate, subscribe and review us on Apple or Spotify.Theme song written and performed by Jon Marco of Too Creative - feat. Lucy Thomas and recorded at Brown Town Studios. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Romancing the Monsters Podcast
Hoe-Hoe-Hoe! The time has come for some festive goodies and this year, they come in the form of books! Join us as we talk about Holiday monsters, endearing romances, and well, wanting to eat the Gingerbread Man. Triggers: mentions of food coming out of erm genitals, torture, edging, spanking, trauma caused by repressed sexuality, abduction, death, breaking of trust, and family manipulation. Books mentioned: The Old Winter Chapel by Lyx Robinson Grumpy Alien Santa by Liz Paffel My December Daddy by Leta Blake Unwrapped by Santa and Krampus by Libby Doe 'Tis Better to Want: An Erotic Krampus Tale by Sonora Taylor Taken by the Beast: Creamed by Krampus by C.C. Cummings Dear Monster Claus by Maeve Black From Cocktails to Sleigh Bells by Wren K. Morris My Present This Year by Sierra Simone Cookies and Cream by Latrexa Nova Satan by Layla Fae Falling for Jack Frost by Molly Likovich Find us: E-mail—firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter—@theRTMpod Instagram—@romancingthemonsterspodcast TikTok—@Romancingthemonsterspod Find M: Instagram & Twitter—@foesandlovers Find S: Instagram & Twitter—@butthisbook Find Seff: Instagram & Twitter—@prosewithwoes Romancing the Monsters is a podcast that looks at the monster within: the shadow keeping the characters away from true and absolute happiness. This monster can be a prejudice, fear, insecurity, trauma and so on. We believe that romance novels are as much about one's personal journey as they are about finding love. After all, love makes us vulnerable and forces us to bare our monsters to another.
This is our 108th episode and we decided to do it LIVE! You can watch this show on the "live" tab on our YouTube Page! We start the show off with some fancy Christmas graphics and a smoke sesh that is sure to delight! For news nugs we discuss how Cannabis might have been used in Pre-Christian holiday rituals, a weedter solstice if you will. We then have our first look at the cartoon versions of ourselves and the first installment in the holiday series "Pot Smoking Elves". (special thanks to Bobbie Rafs and Uncke Jessie!) Then friends of the podcast host prizes for the game we play with our audience "Smoke Screen" a smoky movie guessing game. Your favorite Christmas movies get ranked, plus we finally know the plot to the Jackfrost and it terrifies us! For our favorite local segment: I Love You Miami we break down Mi Burrito Sabanero. Our guests include: Matt and Renae from The Glass Warehouse Amanda from Momma Janes Cleaner Miyabe Shields gives us a little Terp-Trivia Laura from Cannamom Gang Amy MotherCraft and Canna Shay from Magically blended. We hope you enjoy! visit potsmokingmoms.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/potsmokingmoms/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/potsmokingmoms/support
Camp Nightmare is getting festive with a curated list of 5 modern Christmas "Slashics" for your holiday viewing! This year's films include Christmas Bloody Christmas, Jack Frost, Christmas with Cookie, The Killing Tree and Santa Jaws!
"The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause" (2006) // Dir. Michael Lembeck Wanna see Santa stressed about work, neglecting his pregnant wife, and dealing with his in-laws visiting the North Pole (along with his ex-wife and her husband & kid), all while Jack Frost tries to steal the famed red hat and coat? We got a flick for you!
Camp Slash Horrorcast - S05E05 - Jack Frost The Camp Slash Crew takes on the 1997 straight to VHS Jack Frost! * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Check Out Geekstyr "The Dating and Friends App for Nerds" at: https://www.geekstyr.com/ Use the Promo Code: DUCK Thanks you for checking out the We Are Podcasts Network! Please check out all our PODCASTS! We Are Error - Where we talk Movies, Entertainment, Whatever the fuck we want to talk about! Heroes-Gyros: A Dungeons and Distractions Sidequest We Are Bagu: A Video Games Podcast - Where we talk Atari to Steam, and everything in between. i HATE being sober: Personal Stories from Epic People We Are Endor: A Podcast About Middle- Earth! Camp Slash Horrorcast - Where we talk Horror Movies from the past LIVE on TWITCH at 8PM (Central) every Monday! Join Twitch: twitch.tv/wearepodcastsnetwork Please subscribe to We Are Podcasts on whatever Podcast App you use. We are available on Itunes, Stitcher, Spotify, and Podbean. Direct Links to Podcasts: Podbean: https://wearepodcasts.podbean.com ITUNES DIRECT LINK - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/we-are-podcasts-network/id1447838748 (Please leave a 5 STAR REVIEW and we will have Javi read it on the air!) Check out our videos on Youtube at: https://www.youtube.com/c/WeArePodcastsNetwork Please subscribe, Like, Comment, Share! I promise I will reply! :D Also, you can join our social media! We are everywhere! INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/wearepodcasts/ FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/WeArePodcasts/ JOIN THE WE ARE ERROR PAGE: https://www.facebook.com/groups/160385081561042 Join our DISCORD! Search for We Are Podcasts Network and join the chat! https://discord.gg/cakvwfCTZn TWITTER: https://twitter.com/wearepodcasts/ Email: email@example.com We need to grow the channel, so every click helps us! EVERY SHARE REALLY HELPS! Love you guys! Lets do this! #christmas #christmastree #christmasdecor #xmas #merrychristmas #love #christmastime #winter #handmade #natale #christmasgifts #santa #christmasdecorations #christmasiscoming #holidays #holiday #gift #navidad #santaclaus #christmaslights #noel #art #instagood #december #family #gifts #snow #smallbusiness #photography #giftideas
We're getting in the Hayleyday spirit with the homie @2Saddington joining us for the Michael Keaton snowman dad dramedy JACK FROST JACK FROST DIRECTED BY: Troy Miller RELEASED: December 11, 1998BUDGET: $85MBOX OFFICE: $34.6M ESTIMATED LOSS: $70M STARRING: Michael Keaton, Kelly Preston, Mark Addy, Joseph Cross NEXT EPISODE: We're back in two weeks kicking off the New Year in a big way with THE PRINCESS BRIDE Paul F Tompkins cameo https://imgur.com/a/4XEhLy0
On this episode of NOTNL Richard & Jeff talk about Jack Frost 2 from 2000 which is way more comedy than horror & has seen a release over the last year or so. Mutant Killer Snow Babies, Snow Anvils, Snowman Photography, and much more so put in your headphones and sit by the fire as the melt this film down with their insight! Sponsored By @southland_dungeon www.southlandbooksandcafe.com @nightofthenerdylaser on INSTAGRAM @notnlpod on the Twitter machine Email us @ firstname.lastname@example.org Hosts: Richard, Matt, & Jeff www.frankencontn.com @frankencontn on Instagram, Twitter, & Facebook
It is finally here, the last installment of our "Cold" series. We cover Krampus, Dyatlov Pass, Jack Frost, and 13 Lad's you don't want to encounter. Also, we air our grievences from the past year so stay tuned to find out why Shiann has anger issues.
Fairy Sleepy: Fall asleep fast
Happy Holidays! Tis the season to be jolly and experience long Winter nights. Jack Frost's Fairies decided to play instead of work but yet created something beautiful! I hope you enjoy tonight's story, The Frost Fairies, by Margaret T Canby. Happy Holidays and a very Happy New Year. I look forward to 2023 and a new season of Fairy Sleepy! Join me for Season 3 next year!Support the showThank you for all your downloads and amazing comments and reviews! I appreciate it! Check out our social media to like and subscribe:https://www.instagram.com/fairysleepypod/https://www.facebook.com/fairysleepyhttps://fairysleepy.com/Feel free to send me an email with your favorite stories for a future episode! email@example.com
This week, we are joined by Bede Jermyn, of The Super Network and Bede Vs the Living Dead, to talk about the 2005 Goldberg movie Santa's Slay. Cool of the Week includes The Curse of the Cat People, Jack Frost 2, Jason Brant's YouTube channel, and Violent Night. The podcast spotlight shines on Murmers from the Morgue. Thanks for listening! The Horror Returns Website: https://thehorrorreturns.com THR YouTube Channel: https://youtube.com/@thehorrorreturnspodcast3277 THR Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thehorrorreturns THR Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thehorrorreturns/ Join THR Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1056143707851246 THR Twitter: https://twitter.com/horror_returns?s=21&t=XKcrrOBZ7mzjwJY0ZJWrGA THR Instagram: https://instagram.com/thehorrorreturns?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y= THR TeePublic: https://www.teepublic.com/user/the-horror-returns SK8ER Nez Podcast Network: https://www.podbean.com/pu/pbblog-p3n57-c4166 ESP Anchor Feed: https://anchor.fm/mac-nez E Society YouTube Channel: https://youtube.com/channel/UCliC6x_a7p3kTV_0LC4S10A Music By: Steve Carleton Of The Geekz
Is it cold in here or is it just me? Join Reneé, John Paul, and Travis as they discuss Michael Cooney's 1997 comedy horror film "Jack Frost." Please consider supporting the show on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thepodmortem Where to listen to the podcast and follow us on social media: https://allmylinks.com/thepodmortem Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/thepodmortem https://twitter.com/bloodandsmoke https://twitter.com/realstreeter84 https://twitter.com/travismwh What would you rate Jack Frost and what should we watch next? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org "Pod Mortem Theme" written and performed by Travis Hunter. https://youtube.com/travismwh
What better way to come back to the pod from a long break than with a slasher-ific genetically altered serial killer snowman horror flick from our childhood—1997's Jack Frost? Horror Host Trav and Producer Kate have missed the mic and all our listeners. Catch up with us, find out what's been going on, what we've been watching, and which Jack Frost scenes had us rolling. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/horror-fying-my-friends/support
Bred to Perfection present, the Troiano Family's First Christmas Special! We hope this episode brightens your day. If there were a time to laugh a lot, this is it. Join the Troiano Family as they recite their version of “The Night Before Christmas,” that they call “The Night Before Chickmas.” And, Tawny sings her version of Jingle Bells – that she calls, “Farm Bells and Smells.” And best of all, you do not want to miss their version of “The Twelve Days of Christmas.” This is Christmas, Troiano Style, a wild and funny journey to the world of chickens and St. Nick. Ho-Ho-Ho, Cluck-cluck-cluck, a jingle we will go! If there were a time to laugh a lot, this is it. Not only is it Christmas time, but it's time to say goodbye to 2022. In this episode, you get to know more about the Troiano's Christmas traditions, and some of their favorite Christmas movies. We hope this episode brightens your day. This year's topics include: Crap! - My chickens are cold outside - chicken sickles? All I want for Christmas is more chickens? Naughty or nice Chicken Farm - Chicken Feed or Coal? Hell's Bells – it's cold out there! Jack Frost nipping at our Beaks Who Drank my Eggnog? Thanks for joining us on this special time of the year. We hope you have a Merry Christmas and a happy new year! We specialize in the breeding of gamefowl and chickens, and other breeding related topics. This includes the proper use of breeding programs. Also, it's our mission to provide our members a greater understanding of poultry genetics, poultry health care and disease prevention, and how to improve the production and performance ability of their fowl. If you are interested in creating a strain, or improving your established strain, you are going to enjoy this show. We also want to encourage you to join us at “The Breeders Academy,” where we will not only help you increase your knowledge of breeding, advance your skills as a breeder, but improve the quality and performance of your fowl. If you would like to learn more, start by joining our Breeders Bulletins (newsletter): https://www.breedersacademy.com/free_bonus/ To Listen to the show, go to: https://www.breedersacademy.com #breedinggamefowl #breedingchickens #gamefowlbreeders #chickenbreeders #gamefowlbreeding #chickenbreeding #poultrygenetics #poultryhealth #gamefowlnation #backyardbreeders #breedersacademy #bredtoperfection #kennytroiano, #selectivebreeding, #evolution, #naturalselection
Lots of weird holiday mirth and/or merriment this week! First we celebrate National Hard Candy Day with a True Tale of Ribbon Candy. Then Kornflake's annual pilgrimage to the Trap Tree yields startling results. Kornflake also has a new favorite holiday special, and of course the star of Footloose is involved. We also flip through Holly Jolly, a wonderful book of pop culture Christmas history, and learn that the first store Santa appeared in 1890 in nearby Brockton, Massachusetts. (We assume he was as cranky and unpleasant as the rest of us locals.) Then it's time for The Figgy Pudding Pages, and Kornflake has a True Tale of Holiday Air Hockey Injuries. And for our main event, we welcome back Martha and Brittany, the hosts of our sister podcast But First, Let's Talk Nerdy! Reporting live from Las Vegas, they tell us about Christmas at Disneyland, miserable Christmas decoration vandals, and their recent discovery of a Hallmark Christmas movie that actually wasn't bad. Then it's time for a silly little game, as Martha and Brittany take our Christmas Cartoon Quote Quiz! We assume you've been studying all those classic Rankin/Bass shows, so you can play along too! Grab an egg nog, feel free to spike it until you're properly nogified, and enjoy. This week's show is so festive that you'll feel like Jack Frost is nipping at you inappropriately. Find the second half of our holiday crossover on Episode 79 of But First, Let's Talk Nerdy! And our regular links... The Flopcast website! The ESO Network! The Flopcast on Facebook! The Flopcast on Instagram! The Flopcast on Twitter! Please rate and review The Flopcast on Apple Podcasts! Email: email@example.com Our music is by The Sponge Awareness Foundation! This week's promo: Monkeeing Around!
Chestnuts roasting on an open fire... writes the crime scene investigator in his crime solving notepad, as he shakes his head and cries into an evidence bag in the charred ruins of a house. It was a crime scene investigation this entire time, that's the twist. Please be fire safe this Christmas! Turn off your Christmas lights and don't play with candles. Okay! Let's have some Regular Features. In this one, Log has some advertisements for other podcasts on the Regular Features network. Steve writes a jilted Log/Joe gem-hunt fanfic. Joe recalls his favourite Christmas song. GO.
We review Jack Frost (1997), play a unique version of Family Feud, look at the allegedly best TV shows of 2022, talk about Mandy Rose getting fired, and then listen to Tuffy recap a bunch of movies he watched, including one about a band that's not as good as the Monkees.
Dr. Jack Frost reviews the news and journal reports with a bonus audience question at the end.
Three brand new adventures featuring Christopher Eccleston as the Ninth Doctor. Distant worlds, alien cultures, vessels of exploration - the Doctor is never more at home than when he's out among the stars. But that's where travellers face the greatest dangers, and where the Doctor's help is needed most... 2.1 Salvation Nine by Timothy X Atack The Doctor happens upon an unusual outpost - and discovers it is about to be annihilated. To save Salvation Nine, he must rally a people for whom war is an alien concept and protect the future of the Sontaran race! 2.2 Last of the Zetacene by James Kettle The rich and the criminal rub shoulders on Stage Three spaceport - and play high-stakes games for valuable prizes. The Doctor is always interested in endangered species, and the Zetacene is more endangered than most… 2.3 Break the Ice by Tim Foley On a chilly space station, the Doctor meets a group of scientists experimenting with cryogenics. But when one subject returns from extreme sub-zero temperatures, he does not return alone. A creature awakens that can freeze the soul with icy fingers - Jack Frost
“Poppycock, nonsense and hedge-hogwash!” declares Mr. Redge when he learns winter is responsible for all the cold white stuff making his wallaby friend's toes and tail freeze. Before emotions heat up to a high degree, the magical weather pixie known as Jack Frost pops in to share what's so cool about the chilly season. Can he ultimately prove to the Folktale Forest's creatures that there's no business like snow business?PARENTS, TEACHERS AND HOMESCHOOLERS: This story was inspired by the tale of Jack Frost, a personification of frost, ice, snow, sleet, and winter. The story points out the many reasons to enjoy winter—from special activities indoors and out—and how you can appreciate the gifts that each season brings.Episode webpage: https://jonincharacter.com/a-winters-tail/ Dorktales Storytime Podcast website: https://jonincharacter.com/dorktales-storytime-podcast/SPECIAL THANKS: Our chill Jack Frost is performed by Kyle Elliot, a professional voice over talent: https://www.kyleelliot.comCREDITS: This episode has been a Jonincharacter production. Today's story was written by Amy Thompson and edited by Molly Murphy. Special thanks to Kyle Elliot for voicing the character, Jack Frost. All other characters performed by Jonathan Cormur. Sound recording and production by Jermaine Hamilton at Hamilton Studio Recordings.Discover Growin' Up! by Lingokids, a weekly podcast series that will help kids understand what it takes to achieve their dreams of becoming… whatever they want to be: https://bit.ly/growinuppodcastSupport the showREACH OUT! Tweet us @dorktalesstory Email us at dorktalesstorytime@gmail DM us on Instagram @dorktalesstorytime Newsletter/Free Resources: https://bit.ly/dorktalesplus-signup Original Music Available on Bandcamp: https://dorktalesstorytime.bandcamp.com/music Now, go be the hero of your own story and we'll see you next once-upon-a-time!
Daddy… Daddy Duel! It's a Christmas cracker of a clash this week as we put two of the most beloved seasonal films head to head.In today's episode we explore 1998's Jack Frost. The film follows a father and musician, played by Michael Keaton, who is killed in a car accident... Only to be brought back to life in the form of a snowman, all thanks to a magical musical harmonica! A Christmas miracle or a mediocre melt? ***Please rate and review us on Apple, Spotify or wherever you get your pods. It means a lot and makes it easy for other people to find us. Thank you!*** Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Happy Rotten-days from your Reel Jolly podcast! To celebrate we hit our sweet spot of holiday sequels and dive deep into the holiday "classic" The Santa Clause 3: the Escape Clause. You may remember this movie, or you may have a life, but all you need to know is that there are elves playing Canadians and Mrs. Claus's mother wants to do it with the Easter Bunny. Thats just the tip of the iceberg of this movie that also stars Martin Short as theater kid Jack Frost and a back to the future part II style scene where you see Tim Allen when he was funny. The guys discuss everything from #justiceforbernard to the official rankings of the Santa Clause movies. They draft their top movie Santa Clauses and Nick yells Polar Express at least one time. So shut up and listen up!Subscribe & Follow us! Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/2oZ5Nv6ljpg7etvS94V2RJ?si=EiPN8rUdQz2a-TnvlHiz4Q Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/reel-rotten/id1238419564 Instagram: @reelrotten Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
In our Audience Choice episode for “Holiday Movie Month” we discuss the villainy of Jack Frost attempting to upstage Santa Claus and defend the in-laws who don't want their daughter giving birth in a “closet in a Canadian toy factory”. Looking for a tee with the best nerdy designs by independent artists from around the web? Check out www.TeePublic.com or discover our favourite designs at www.vwrstore.fromsuperheroes.com Produced by Andrew Ivimey as part of The From Superheroes Network. Visit www.FromSuperheroes.com for more podcasts, articles, YouTube series, web comics, and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week's episode of Sadie's Divorced and Happy is the FINAL episode of Season 3, and I've decided to go solo!I'm excited to wrap up this season of THE COMEBACK with sweet and spicy tales of podcasts past. I'll be sharing feisty and funny moments along with my my personal epiphanies and thoughts about my journey from being newly divorced to the honeymoon stage to my personal comeback after divorce. My holiday wish is for this intimate episode, "Sugar N Spice: A Little Bit Naughty, and A Little Bit Nice," inspires you to stay the course on your post-divorce comeback ride...even when Jackfrost is nipping at your nose!Links to the episodes mentioned in today's podcast: Bedroom Boss: Post-Divorce Pleasure: https://www.divorcedandhappy.net/podcast/episode/78288584/bedroom-boss-post-divorce-pleasureDivorced Dad Hacks: https://www.divorcedandhappy.net/podcast/episode/21d10781/divorced-dad-hacksQuitters and Committers: https://www.divorcedandhappy.net/podcast/episode/34f52acb/quitters-and-committersHearts and Parts: https://www.divorcedandhappy.net/podcast/episode/2e90b4a9/hearts-and-parts-sexual-intimacy-for-men-after-divorceLove 2.0: https://www.divorcedandhappy.net/podcast/episode/2f51f518/love-20Learn more about The Red Room Experience at: https://www.divorcedandhappy.net/the-red-room.If you found value in today's episode or have been enjoying the podcast for some time now, please rate, review and share with your community! Please be sure to follow me on IG, FB, Tiktok, Youtube and Pinterest: @sadies@divorcedandhappyIf you found value in today's episode please consider buying me a "cup of coffee" @ https://www.buymeacoffee.com/sadiemarieInterested in sponsoring the podcast? Email email@example.com to learn more. Download my free "8 Tips to Happiness" today: https://www.divorcedandhappy.net #sadiesdivorcedandhappy #runrunrudolf #sleighride #naughylist #sugar #spice #divorcedpodcast #lifeafterdivorce #holidaytreat #soloepisode #thecomeback #quitters #committers #heartsandparts #bedroomboss #loveafterdivorce #theredroom #sensualconversations #pleasurecoach #divorcecoach #divorcerecoverycoach #funafterdivorce #divorceddad #divorcedmom #coparenting #coparentingtips #divorcedadhacks #lifehacks #holidaysafterdivorce #emotionallyavailable #datingcoach #jackfrost #sleighbells #magicmic #divorce #pleasurecoach #sexpert #divorcerecoverycoach #divorcecoach #lifecoach #Mentalkdivorce #Womentalkdivorce #burningquestions #datingtips #datingafterdivorce #loveafterdivorce #divorcedlife #divorcecommunity #thecomeback #comebacktips #tipstohappiness
Justin Decloux and Mark Hanson discuss THE MOST NOTABLE BLU-RAYS AND DVDS OF THE WEEK from Bay Street Video, a brick n' mortar video store located in Toronto, Canada. THIS WEEK THEY DISCUSS: HEARTLAND OF DARKNESS (Visual Vengeance) MACUMBA SEXUAL (Severin) MANSION OF THE LIVING DEAD (Severin) THE FILMS OF DORIS WISHMAN: THE DAYLIGHT YEARS (AGFA/Something Weird) MINDFIELD (Canadian International Pictures) THE GOOD BOOK (Saturn's Core) SELL OUT! (Kani) DISTANT (Big World) LUPINO LANE: SILENT COMEDIAN (Undercrank'd) THE LIMEY (Umbrella) JACK FROST (2022) (ITN) ***BLIND BUY*** JEEPERS CREEPERS: REBORN (VVS) THE MOST DANGEROUS GAME (2022) (Mill Creek) DETECTIVE KNIGHT: ROGUE (Lionsgate) ***WILLIS WATCH***
In back to back years in the late 90s, a film was released about a living snowman named Jack Frost that was poorly received by critics and bombed at the box office. We are talking about the one that isn't a horror movie. There's still plenty to love in this family Christmas flick, like fun action sequences, great humor, and a stand-out performance by the greatest actor of all time: Michael Keaton.Join the Best of the Rest discord: https://discord.gg/86P7jJXNPbEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgSocial Media @BotRCast on Twitter, Instagram, FacebookBonus content: YoutubeTheme song (vocals) by Mark Benavides: InstagramMusic by Mitch: Twitter, SoundCloudLogo by Alex Brinegar: https://beardodoesdesign.com/Additional artwork by Phillip Chacon, C7Productions: Instagram Next week: Jingle All The Way!
This is it... our 2022 finale episode. Did the movie-going year wrap up with a big bow, or leave us with a big ol' lump of coal? We name our Favorite Films, our Biggest Disappointments, Favorite Trailers, Guiltiest Pleasure Movies, and more! Will we be naughty? Or nice? We do all of this after our foolish attempts to review 1997's Jack Frost, the mutant killer snowman movie, which left us feeling like it's maybe a Blue Christmas after all. We also chat Takis, ponder what we would do with Batman's toys, and look into the future for what's next for our show. Big thank YOU for listening and sticking with us for another year! Happy New Year and see you in 2023! Visit our Linktree for more ways you can connect with us and connect with our show! Also be sure to visit the official Matt and Mark Movie Show Merch Zone on Teepublic. You can get your very own A.S.S.B.O.T. themed gear, like shirts, hoodies, stickers, and more! Use this link to shop the goods and help support our pod. Follow us on Instagram @themattandmarkmovieshow, or TikTok @themattandmarkmovieshow, and please consider rating us, reviewing us, leaving us a Yub Nub, and subscribing to us wherever you get your podcasts. You can also contact us the old-fashioned way at email@example.com! We're sponsored by Blubrry! Use the promo code GETRECD to get TWO free months of Blubrry podcast hosting! Or sign up for PRO and get your hosting setup fee waived!
Ryan, Jonny and Brent are joined by many of The Cafeteria patrons to take part in the 1997 horror comedy classic, Jack Frost. Full Jack Frost movieSupport The Cafeteria here
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