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The Weird Tales Podcast
The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, parts 3, 4 and 5, by Robert Louis Stevenson

The Weird Tales Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 25:29


In which our hero does a little investigatory work Transcript of the Episode: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1g1sCic6IlFUWmPxfFQZ2md-sb_rrPkKi/view?usp=sharing Support me on Patreon: Patreon.com/TheWeirdTalesPodcast Check out Into the Black, by William Meikle: https://www.audible.com/pd/Into-the-Black-Audiobook/B08F92ZCQ5 And The Re-ignition Theory, by Richard Norton! https://attheendofthelinepodcast.squarespace.com/reignition-theory If you're not dealing well with the condition of the country, and you find yourself in a bad place, mentally, don't hesitate to call the Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255.

Harris Fantasy Football Podcast
Week 12 Game Film Review

Harris Fantasy Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 68:44


Did you find Week 12 frustrating for fantasy football? Well, it was a harsh Sunday! We'll dig into the details by watching game film and telling you what we saw, from Lamar Jackson's unfortunate outing to Tom Brady handing the ball off, from Dalvin Cook, Deebo Samuel and Christian McCaffrey suffering injuries to the Chargers offense once again playing Mr. Hyde rather than Dr. Jekyll. Let's go! Guest: Brett Kollmann of The Film Room YouTube channel.   NOTES: Sponsor - www.doordash.com code HARRIS to get 25% off and no delivery fees on your first order of $15 or more with a great food delivery service Sponsor - www.VuoriClothing.com/harris for 20% off incredibly comfortable activewear made from recyclable material Sponsor - www.Upstart.com/harris to consolidate credit card debt with a smarter, fairer interest rate that considers more than your credit score. Follow Brett Kollmann - @BrettKollmann Follow our show - @HarrisFootball Become a patron - www.patreon.com/harrisfootball Become a Person of the Book - https://www.amazon.com/Tulsa-Christopher-Harris/dp/0692170138 Watch the YouTube channel - www.youtube.com/harrisfootball Harris Football Yacht Club Dictionary - https://harris-football-yacht-dictionary.fandom.com/wiki/Harris_Football_Yacht_Dictionary_Wiki Join the Harris Football Subreddit - www.reddit.com/r/HarrisFootball   Week 12 Game Film Discussed Today: TB/IND MIN/SF LAC/DEN CAR/MIA TEN/NE LAR/GB CLE/BAL

Verve Church
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde - I Believe In Monsters.

Verve Church

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021


Ever feel like there are two of you? Like there's something inside of you pushing you to do things you don't want to do? This weekend at Verve, we'll learn how to "kill the monster" ... with a little help from Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.

Alabama Football Podcast - College Football Talk dedicated to the University of Alabama Crimson Tide

2021 Alabama vs Arkansas Alabama Football Podcast breaks down the Tide's struggle-fest with a game Arkansas team. Historic Day Bryce Young shatters a 52-year-old yardage record against the Razorbacks. Ironically, Young benefits by the close score as Alabama is forced to keep throwing the ball. 40 attempts later, Bryce finishes with 559 pass yards and 5 touchdowns. Former record holder Scott Hunter is on site as an honorary captain. His high yardage mark was 464 yards. Impossible to Stop Jameson Williams demonstrated his speed on a 79-yard touchdown where he split the defenders and hauled in a perfectly thrown pass from Bryce. Watch for the Young-to-Williams battery to dial up the action again as it may be impossible for some teams to defend. Offensive Line Finally Settled? As a pair of injured linemen to duty, another retains his claim to a starting job. Time is of the essence, but this remodeled unit should improve as they continue to gel. Jekyll and Hyde Defense Alabama's defense has looked stout at times and highly suspect at others. Both personalities were on display Saturday. As it turns out, this unit may determine the Tide's success down the stretch. Check out the podcast for more discussion on these and many other topics. Mini Game balls Anyone can read a headline, but which players contributed in more subtle ways to the Tide's fortune? Next Up Alabama travels to auburn. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Weird Tales Podcast
The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, parts 1 and 2, by Robert Louis Stevenson

The Weird Tales Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 31:49


In which our hero makes a new friend.   Transcript of the Episode: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1T4PSZAZPxInqtg29peYnNBlQcUjVZt4i/view?usp=sharing   Support me on Patreon: Patreon.com/TheWeirdTalesPodcast Check out Into the Black, by William Meikle: https://www.audible.com/pd/Into-the-Black-Audiobook/B08F92ZCQ5 And The Re-ignition Theory, by Richard Norton! https://attheendofthelinepodcast.squarespace.com/reignition-theory If you're not dealing well with the condition of the country, and you find yourself in a bad place, mentally, don't hesitate to call the Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255.

New Books in Biography
Brandy Schillace, "Mr. Humble and Dr. Butcher: A Monkey's Head, the Pope's Neuroscientist, and the Quest to Transplant the Soul" (Simon and Schuster, 2021)

New Books in Biography

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 59:02


Today I talked to Brandy Schillace about her book Mr. Humble and Dr. Butcher: A Monkey's Head, the Pope's Neuroscientist, and the Quest to Transplant the Soul (Simon and Schuster, 2021). In the early days of the Cold War, a spirit of desperate scientific rivalry birthed a different kind of space race: not the race to outer space that we all know, but a race to master the inner space of the human body. While surgeons on either side of the Iron Curtain competed to become the first to transplant organs like the kidney and heart, a young American neurosurgeon had an even more ambitious thought: Why not transplant the brain? Dr. Robert White was a friend to two popes and a founder of the Vatican's Commission on Bioethics. He developed lifesaving neurosurgical techniques still used in hospitals today and was nominated for the Nobel Prize. But like Dr. Jekyll before him, Dr. White had another identity. In his lab, he was waging a battle against the limits of science and against mortality itself--working to perfect a surgery that would allow the soul to live on after the human body had died. This "fascinating" (The Wall Street Journal), "provocative" (The Washington Post) tale follows his decades-long quest into tangled matters of science, Cold War politics, and faith, revealing the complex (and often murky) ethics of experimentation and remarkable innovations that today save patients from certain death. It's a "masterful" (Science) look at our greatest fears and our greatest hopes--and the long, strange journey from science fiction to science fact. Galina Limorenko is a doctoral candidate in Neuroscience with a focus on biochemistry and molecular biology of neurodegenerative diseases at EPFL in Switzerland. To discuss and propose the book for an interview you can reach her at galina.limorenko@epfl.ch. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/biography

New Books Network
Brandy Schillace, "Mr. Humble and Dr. Butcher: A Monkey's Head, the Pope's Neuroscientist, and the Quest to Transplant the Soul" (Simon and Schuster, 2021)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 59:02


Today I talked to Brandy Schillace about her book Mr. Humble and Dr. Butcher: A Monkey's Head, the Pope's Neuroscientist, and the Quest to Transplant the Soul (Simon and Schuster, 2021). In the early days of the Cold War, a spirit of desperate scientific rivalry birthed a different kind of space race: not the race to outer space that we all know, but a race to master the inner space of the human body. While surgeons on either side of the Iron Curtain competed to become the first to transplant organs like the kidney and heart, a young American neurosurgeon had an even more ambitious thought: Why not transplant the brain? Dr. Robert White was a friend to two popes and a founder of the Vatican's Commission on Bioethics. He developed lifesaving neurosurgical techniques still used in hospitals today and was nominated for the Nobel Prize. But like Dr. Jekyll before him, Dr. White had another identity. In his lab, he was waging a battle against the limits of science and against mortality itself--working to perfect a surgery that would allow the soul to live on after the human body had died. This "fascinating" (The Wall Street Journal), "provocative" (The Washington Post) tale follows his decades-long quest into tangled matters of science, Cold War politics, and faith, revealing the complex (and often murky) ethics of experimentation and remarkable innovations that today save patients from certain death. It's a "masterful" (Science) look at our greatest fears and our greatest hopes--and the long, strange journey from science fiction to science fact. Galina Limorenko is a doctoral candidate in Neuroscience with a focus on biochemistry and molecular biology of neurodegenerative diseases at EPFL in Switzerland. To discuss and propose the book for an interview you can reach her at galina.limorenko@epfl.ch. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in Medicine
Brandy Schillace, "Mr. Humble and Dr. Butcher: A Monkey's Head, the Pope's Neuroscientist, and the Quest to Transplant the Soul" (Simon and Schuster, 2021)

New Books in Medicine

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 59:02


Today I talked to Brandy Schillace about her book Mr. Humble and Dr. Butcher: A Monkey's Head, the Pope's Neuroscientist, and the Quest to Transplant the Soul (Simon and Schuster, 2021). In the early days of the Cold War, a spirit of desperate scientific rivalry birthed a different kind of space race: not the race to outer space that we all know, but a race to master the inner space of the human body. While surgeons on either side of the Iron Curtain competed to become the first to transplant organs like the kidney and heart, a young American neurosurgeon had an even more ambitious thought: Why not transplant the brain? Dr. Robert White was a friend to two popes and a founder of the Vatican's Commission on Bioethics. He developed lifesaving neurosurgical techniques still used in hospitals today and was nominated for the Nobel Prize. But like Dr. Jekyll before him, Dr. White had another identity. In his lab, he was waging a battle against the limits of science and against mortality itself--working to perfect a surgery that would allow the soul to live on after the human body had died. This "fascinating" (The Wall Street Journal), "provocative" (The Washington Post) tale follows his decades-long quest into tangled matters of science, Cold War politics, and faith, revealing the complex (and often murky) ethics of experimentation and remarkable innovations that today save patients from certain death. It's a "masterful" (Science) look at our greatest fears and our greatest hopes--and the long, strange journey from science fiction to science fact. Galina Limorenko is a doctoral candidate in Neuroscience with a focus on biochemistry and molecular biology of neurodegenerative diseases at EPFL in Switzerland. To discuss and propose the book for an interview you can reach her at galina.limorenko@epfl.ch. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/medicine

New Books in History
Brandy Schillace, "Mr. Humble and Dr. Butcher: A Monkey's Head, the Pope's Neuroscientist, and the Quest to Transplant the Soul" (Simon and Schuster, 2021)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 59:02


Today I talked to Brandy Schillace about her book Mr. Humble and Dr. Butcher: A Monkey's Head, the Pope's Neuroscientist, and the Quest to Transplant the Soul (Simon and Schuster, 2021). In the early days of the Cold War, a spirit of desperate scientific rivalry birthed a different kind of space race: not the race to outer space that we all know, but a race to master the inner space of the human body. While surgeons on either side of the Iron Curtain competed to become the first to transplant organs like the kidney and heart, a young American neurosurgeon had an even more ambitious thought: Why not transplant the brain? Dr. Robert White was a friend to two popes and a founder of the Vatican's Commission on Bioethics. He developed lifesaving neurosurgical techniques still used in hospitals today and was nominated for the Nobel Prize. But like Dr. Jekyll before him, Dr. White had another identity. In his lab, he was waging a battle against the limits of science and against mortality itself--working to perfect a surgery that would allow the soul to live on after the human body had died. This "fascinating" (The Wall Street Journal), "provocative" (The Washington Post) tale follows his decades-long quest into tangled matters of science, Cold War politics, and faith, revealing the complex (and often murky) ethics of experimentation and remarkable innovations that today save patients from certain death. It's a "masterful" (Science) look at our greatest fears and our greatest hopes--and the long, strange journey from science fiction to science fact. Galina Limorenko is a doctoral candidate in Neuroscience with a focus on biochemistry and molecular biology of neurodegenerative diseases at EPFL in Switzerland. To discuss and propose the book for an interview you can reach her at galina.limorenko@epfl.ch. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

Guys We F****d
DR. JEKYLL AND MR. HOMOSEXUAL? Live from Skankfest South

Guys We F****d

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 20:38


This week's episode of @GuysWeFcked is live from Skankfest South in Houston, Texas. CORINNE FISHER (@philanthropygal) & KRYSTYNA HUTCHINSON (@krystynahutch) play head doctor to the men of Skankfest then bring on return guests KIM CONGDON (@kimcongdon) and a shwasted MYKA FOX (@mykafox) for an uncensored podcasting safari that will take you to places you've never been. And on a few faux first dates. Featuring cockalicious commentary by resident dude MIKE COSCARELLI (@mikecoscarelli). Follow this week's guests on social media: Kim Congdon - @kimcongdon Myka Fox - @mykafox Follow Corinne on Twitter/IG/TikTok: @PhilanthropyGal Follow Krystyna on Twitter/IG/TikTok: @KrystynaHutch Follow Guys We Fucked everywhere: @guyswefcked THE DUMB BITCH WOO-WOO HOUR: youtube.com/guyswefcked LISTEN TO CORINNE'S NEWS & POLITICS PODCAST with comedian SHAYNE SMITH, WITHOUT A COUNTRY, Saturdays on all podcasting platforms including full video on YouTube. https://m.youtube.com/channel/UCjP3oJVS_BEgGXOPcVzlpVw LISTEN TO KRYSTYNA'S SELF-HELP SOLO PODCAST, The Voices In Our Heads, on Krystyna's Patreon! Do you think your music should be featured on an episode of GWF? E-mail a streaming link to Mike Coscarelli: GWFPodcastMusic@gmail.com THIS WEEK'S FEATURED MUSIC: Evan Crommet Song 1- Abarcando Song 2- Who Do I talk To https://open.spotify.com/artist/21OzUs4uoYF0xoBHHI4f1M?si=6SY6YKQrQ0Gb1POCPwY_uw

Chico After Dark
Jon Doss: “This team knows that their season is on the line this Sunday against Detroit.”

Chico After Dark

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 17:45


Jon Doss from WEWS News Channel 5 joined Spencer German on Chico After Dark to talk some Browns and Cavs.  John Doss talks a lot about the Browns disastrous game against New England.  They talk about how Stefanski is now being game planned for and that he has to change up and mix up what he does as well as how Jekyll and Hyde this team has been this season. They also mention a lot of the injuries that the Browns have sustained throughout the year. They also talk a little bit about the Cavs and how much fun they've been in the early part of this season. See why Jon thinks this whole season is on the line by listening here. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Songtopsy Report
Ep 193: David Hasselhoff in "Jekyll and Hyde: The Musical"

The Songtopsy Report

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 71:40


It's one of Steve's favorite melodramatic musicals and it stars an actor whose acting style and face can both be described as "exceptionally hammy." This week we dive into our first musical dissection (that's not a porn parody) and discuss some of the hit songs from the 1990 Frank Wildhorn musical "Jekyll and Hyde," and specifically the 2001 performance starring Songtopsy alumni David Hasselhoff. Follow us! https://www.dapperdevilproductions.com/the-songtopsy-report  

Waking Up to Narcissism
Dr. Jekyll or Mr. Hyde? Understanding the Black or White, All or Nothing Thinking of the Narcissist

Waking Up to Narcissism

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 55:50


People in relationships with narcissists often find themselves in a constate state of “reading the room” or “walking on eggshells” in hopes of navigating the large number of hidden, emotional landmines. But one wrong step and a landmine explodes, leaving a trail of destruction to the self-esteem of the narcissist's victims. Today Tony sheds light on the reasons behind the black or white, all or nothing thinking, a concept called “object constancy.” Tony refers to the article “The truth about narcissistic personality disorder” by Elinor Greenberg, Ph.D. https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/understanding-narcissism/201708/the-truth-about-narcissistic-personality-disorder You can read more about the wonderful work that Elinor has done by visiting her website here www.elinorgreenberg.com Please find out more about Tony's Magnetic Marriage program by contacting him through http://tonyoverbay.com or by visiting http://tonyoverbay.com/magnetic. With the continuing "sheltering" rules spreading across the country, PLEASE do not think you can't continue or begin therapy now. http://betterhelp.com/virtualcouch can put you quickly in touch with licensed mental health professionals who can meet through text, email, or videoconference often as soon as 24-48 hours. And if you use the link http://betterhelp.com/virtualcouch, you will receive 10% off your first month of services. Please make your mental health a priority, http://betterhelp.com/virtualcouch offers affordable counseling, and they even have sliding scale options if your budget is tight. You can learn more about Tony's pornography recovery program, The Path Back, by visiting http://pathbackrecovery.com And visit http://tonyoverbay.com and sign up to receive updates on upcoming programs and podcasts. Tony mentioned a product that he used to take out all of the "uh's" and "um's" that, in his words, "must be created by wizards and magic!" because it's that good! To learn more about Descript, click here https://descript.com?lmref=v95myQ

Fabulous Film & Friends
Ep. #12 - The Nutty Professor with the Wacky Roundtable

Fabulous Film & Friends

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 44:01


On this week's episode of Fabulous Film & Friends, the regular crew is all back to dissect and probe the often-misunderstood genius of Jerry Lewis with his seminal 1963 masterwork, The Nutty Professor, which he co-wrote, directed and starred in alongside a very easy on the eyes,  Stella Stevens. Back once again for their invaluable insights on the matter are instructors and intellects in their own right:  Roseanne Caputi, David Johnson DMD, and of course, funnyman GORDON ALEX ROBERTSON!Before we explore the finer points: a synopsis! The Nutty Professor slays us with the antics of the good-natured, introverted and superficially unattractive Professor Julius F. Kelp, who, in order to win the affections of his star pupil, Ms. Stella Purdy, concocts a potion that transforms him from a hunched over and bucked-tooth nerd, verging on the grotesque, into a handsome, unrelentingly self-confident, chain-smokin' 60's swingin' ladies' man named Buddy Love.  Kelp and Buddy contend with their Jekyll and Hyde like tumultuous co-existence until they can no longer control it and finally at the big dance, Kelp, the university faculty and student body are face-to-face with the undeniable truth.  What is the meaning of it all? Find out!        

Mejor Con Gaby Vargas
Despertar entre Dr Jekyll y Mr. Hyde 1 Noviembre

Mejor Con Gaby Vargas

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 5:07


Despertar entre Dr Jekyll y Mr. Hyde 1 Noviembre

Book-Bosomed
The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson

Book-Bosomed

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 53:51


Murder, doubling, the limits of the human psyche, secret doors, spooky alleyways, Jack the Ripper, Deacon Brody, Frankenstein (as always), and weirdly, Love and Joe from Netflix's You. On this Halloween-themed episode, we explore Robert Louis Stevenson's famous novella, The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde.

Björeman // Melin
Avsnitt 280: Som kungen gjorde förr

Björeman // Melin

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 108:35


Uppföljning / uppvärmning Serierapporten Har någon beställt en ny Macbook Pro ännu? Datormagazin Retro #5 och bokningsläget: 865 exemplar bokade! Ämnen Google Pixel Event. Fredrik önskar att han hade en anledning, Jocke tar rollen som tveksam till helheten Städa upp Photos-biblioteket. Bra applikation: Photos duplicate cleaner MacOS Monterey: Intryck? Fredrik upptäckte strax efter inspelning att Monterey faktiskt inte stödjer hans Macbook M1:an är SNABB. Film och TV HBO Max för 44,50kr per månad för resten av livet för nya kunder. Jocke försöker se Free guy. Somnade halvvägs igenom. 1,5/5 BM (Jocke). 3/5BM (Fredrik) 2/5BM (Christian) Sunshine. Jocke ser om. 5/5 BM The King's Speech. 5/5BM Cake. Underligt drama med Jennifer Aniston. 3/5 BM The shawshank redemption. Jocke ser om. 6/5BM. Foundation. Baseras på böckerna av Isaac Asimov. Sänds på tv+. 4/5BM. Six Feet Under. HBO Max. 4/5 BM Dune. Jocke har sett. 5/5 BM Länkar Ekobryggeriets tonics Kyrö-gin Ratata tas som gisslan NetNewsWire RSS Reader Fredriks blogg Goaccess.io Beställ Datormagazin retro #5 Googles pixelevent Pixel pass Material you Googles Nexus-enheter Lineageos Singles' day Photos duplicate cleaner Installera Homebrew, Ruby och Jekyll på MacOS Monterey Apple M1-processorn är snabb HBO Max Free guy Sunshine The king's speech Cake The shawshank redemption Foundation Dune Det som göms i snö Fullständig avsnittsinformation finns här: https://www.bjoremanmelin.se/podcast/avsnitt-280-som-kungen-gjorde-forr.html.

Snyder’s Return
Meddlers, Monsters and Madmen - 06 - Going in new Angles - City of Mist TTRPG

Snyder’s Return

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 30:29


Meddlers, Monsters and Madmen is a Bi-Weekly/Fortnightly City of Mist Actual Play Podcast that pits and conflicted Crew against the Evils in the City, the eponymous Mist and, each other!Now the fallout! Hyde reports directly to Dr. Edwards and Rafa becomes more entwinned with the Dr's operation and goals?You can find Snyder's Return and all of our content via the links below.Website:https://linktr.ee/snydersreturnCity of Mist Links:https://twitter.com/CityOfMistRPGhttps://t.co/uHYiDMKkfV?amp=1https://www.drivethrurpg.com/browse.php?keywords=city+of+mist&x=0&y=0&author=&artist=&pfrom=&pto=&affiliate_id=1643000Snyder's Return is working with Content Creators from multiple different Podcasts from multiple different Tabletop Roleplay Game (TTRPG) systems to share our work, love of the hobby and grow the community together.This Trailer is from Negative Modifier Podcast, who are a Delta Green (and other TTRPG) Actual Play Podcast with a view of the darker side to adventures.You can find them:Twitter - https://twitter.com/NegModPodLinktree - https://t.co/1bBc3QQLgP?amp=1Please leave reviews on ITunes to help us to learn and grow as a PodcastYours Sincerely,Adam 'Cosy' Powell~~~~~~~~~~CAST & CREWMC: Adam PowellThe Crew:Chris - Dr. Henry Edwards - Rift of Dr Jekyll and Mr HydeIvory - Iona Starling - Rift of a Shadow DragonMartin - Rafail Hasapis - Rift of the Minotaur of Ancient GreeceNewsroom: Panic - https://twitter.com/stellarencoreSound Design: Adam PowellMusic:Intro/Outro: Chloe Elliot - https://twitter.com/clo_withtheflowEpidemic Sound - https://www.epidemicsound.com/referral/4u0qhi/Cover Art: Jess Lo - https://twitter.com/akinomii_artCharacter Art: Estaban Sanz - https://twitter.com/SmllyBllyButtn~~~~~~~~~~Website: http://snydersreturn.squarespace.comBuy us a TTRPG Source Book: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/SnydersReturnSupport the podcast by joining our Patreon community where you'll gain access several hours of bonus episodes. At the "Celestial” tier you have the opportunity to submit NPC names and items to be used in the game!Visit https://www.patreon.com/snyders_return?fan_landing=trueAre you on DISCORD? Come hang out in our server! https://discord.gg/QgU5UNf Join us in the Snyder's Return Facebook Group!~~~~~~~~~~~Social Media:Twitter - https://twitter.com/ReturnSnyderSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/SnydersReturn)

Member Maker
099: Best strategies to grow a membership's affiliate program - with Brady Cassidy

Member Maker

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 10:49


For full show notes click hereEnjoyed the episode? Leave us a review here :)Would you like to be a guest? Apply hereQuestions or comments? Please email podcast@memberspace.com

Your Brain on Facts
This Is (still) Halloween

Your Brain on Facts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 35:49


♪♫This is Halloween!  This is Halloween!♫♪  Supporters on our Patreon and fans in our FB group chose the topics for today's episode (plus now there's a sub-reddit):  01:35 sorting Dracula fact from fiction 07:49 how horror stars got their stars 20:01 when did clowns become scary 23:29 the history behind zombies 28:38 movie monster fast facts!  Mentioned in the show: Overly Sarcastic's Frankenstein run-down Cutting Class podcast on Christopher Lee Oh No! Lit Class on The Phantom   Who needs a costume when you could wear this?!   Read the full script. Reach out and touch Moxie on FB, Twit, the 'Gram or email. Music by Kevin MacLeod  Sponsor: City of Ghosts Brandi B. asked that we sort fact from fiction on Vlad Dracula.  Personally, I can remember a time when I didn't know that Vlad the Impaler was thought to be the inspiration from Bram Stoker's genre-launching vampire Dracula.  Hop in your magic school bus, police box, or phone booth with aerial antenna, and let's go back to 15th's century Wallachia, a region of modern day Romania that was then the southern neighbor of the province of Transylvania.  Our Vlad was Vlad III.  Vlad II, his father, was given the nickname Dracul by his fellow Crusade knights in the Order of the Dragon, who were tasked with defeating the Ottoman Empire.  Wallachia was sandwiched between the Ottomans and Christian Europe and so became the site of constant bloody conflict.  Without looking it up, I'm going to guess that they failed, since the Ottoman Empire stood until 1923.  Dracul translated to “dragon” in old Romanian, but the modern meaning is more like devil.  Add an A to the end to denote son-of and you've got yourself a Vlad Dracula.   At age 11, Vlad and his 7-year-old brother Radu went with their father on a diplomatic mission into the Ottoman Empire.  How's it go?  No too good.  The three were taken hostage.  Their captors told Vlad II that he could be released – on condition that the two sons remain.  Since it was his only option, their father agreed.  The boys would be held prisoner for 5 years.  One account holds that they were tutoried in the art of war, science and philosophy.  Other accounts says they were also subjected to torture and abuse.  When Vlad II returned home, he was overthrown in a coup and he and his eldest son were horribly murdered.   Shortly thereafter, Vlad III was released, with a taste for violence and a vendetta against the Ottomans.  To regain his family's power and make a name for himself, he threw a banquet for hundreds of members of his rival families.  On the menu was wine, meat, sweetbreads, and gruesome, vicious murder.  The guests were stabbed not quite to death, then impaled on large spikes.  This would become his signature move, leading to his moniker Vlad the Impaler, but wasn't the only arrow in his quiver.  Facing an army three times the size of his, he ordered his men to infiltrate their territory, poison wells and burn crops.  He also paid diseased men to go in and infect the enemy.  Defeated combatants were often treated to disemboweling, flaying alive, boiling, and of course impalement.  Basically, you turn your enemy into a kabob and let them die slowly and, just as important, conspicuously.  Vlad's reputation spread, leading to stories we have trouble sorting from legend, like that he once took dinner in a veritable forest of spikes.  We do know that in June of 1462, he ordered 20,000 defeated Ottomans to be impaled.  It's a scale that's hard to even imagine.   When the Ottoman Sultan Mehmed II came upon the carnage, he and his men fled in fear back to Constantinople.  You'd think Vlad was on the road to victory, but shortly after, he was forced into exile and imprisoned in Hungary. [[how?]]  He took a stab, no pun intended, on regaining Wallachia 15 years later, but he and his troops were ambushed and killed.  According to a contemporary source, the Ottomans cut his corpse into pieces and marched it back to Sultan Medmed II, who ordered them displayed over the city's gates.  History does not record where the pieces ended up.   Vlad the Impaler was an undeniably brutal ruler, but he's still considered one of the most important rulers in Wallachian history for protecting it against the Ottomans and a national hero of Romania.  He was even praised by Pope Pius II for his military feats and for defending Christendom.  So how did get get from Vlad Dracula, the Impaler, a warrior king with a taste for torture, to, 400 years later, Dracula the undead creature of the night who must feed on the blood of living, can morph into bats or mist, and must sleep in his native earth?  Historians have speculated that Irish author Bram Stoker met with historian Hermann Bamburger, who told him about Vlad III, which ignited some spark of inspiration, but there's not actually any evidence to back this up.  Stoker was actually the first writer that we know of to have a vampire drink blood.  Vampires are actually a common folklore baddie around the world, from the obayifo in Africa which can take over people's bodies and emit phosphorus light from their armpits and anus to the manananggal of the Philippines who can detach her torso from her legs so she can fly around with her organs trailing behind her and use her snakelike tongue to steal babies from the womb.  In Western culture, though, Vlad the Impaler became the basis for everything from Bela Lugosi's Dracula to Count Chocula.  That means he's also the source of the Twilight saga, truly one of history's greatest monsters.   Ronnie asked for “how some legends got their stars.”  I wasn't sure what that meant, so I asked for clarification.  No, I didn't, I launched off immediately and at a full gallop with the first interpretation that came to mind, as I do in all aspects of my life.  So let's talk horror actors and the Hollywood walk of fame.   Even if he weren't a recognizable face, Vincent Price is probably the most recognizable voice in horror history.  For folks my age, you probably heard him for the first time on Michael Jackson's Thriller.  Folks in their 30's might have heard him first as Prof. Ratigan in The Great Mouse Detective.  Price wasn't always a horror icon.  He'd done theater, radio, including Orson Wells Mercury Theater of the Air, and other genres of films, but 1953's House of Wax, which was also the first 3D movie to crack the top 10 box office gross for its year, solidified his place in horror history.  It's almost odd that Price went into acting at all.  His father was the president of the National Candy Company and his grandfather had set the family up with independent means thanks to his brand of cream of tartar.  Price and his wife Mary wrote a number of cookbooks, one of which my mother had when I was young.  You cannot fathom my confused disappointment that it was just a regular cookbook full of regular, boring, non-scary recipes.  And now, for no other reason than it makes me smile, is another amazing voice, Stephen Fry, talking about Price on QI.:  Romanian-born Bela Lugosi was a classical actor in Hungary before making the move to movies.  In fact, he was already playing Dracula on stage when the movie was being assembled.  Lugosi wanted the role so badly he agreed to do it for $500 per week, about $9K today, only one quarter that of actor David Manners who played Jonathan Harker.  It was a good investment, I'd say, since everyone knows Lugosi and this was the first time I'd ever seen David Manners' name.  Though Lugosi turned down the role of the monster in Frankenstein, he was quickly locked into horror.  He appeared in minor roles in a few good movies, like “Ninotchka” with Greta Garbo, but mostly bounced like a plinko chip from mediocre to bad movies, with ever decreasing budgets.  His drug addiction probably had a cyclical relationship with his work prospects.  He died two days into filming the absolutely dreadful “Plan 9 From Outer Space” and was replaced by a much younger and taller actor and his ex-wife's chiropractor because he fit the costume.   Peter Lorre is a name you might not recognize, but you would absolutely recognize his overall aesthetic.  It's still being referenced and parodied to this day.  See the bad guy?  Is he short, with round eyes, and a distinctive way of speaking?  What you got there is Peter Lorre.  Hungarian-born Lorre struck out at 17 to become a star.  For 10 years he played bit parts in amateur productions, but in 1931 he got his big break in the German film “M,” and Hollywood took notice.  His first English-speaking role was in the Hitchcock thriller “The Man Who Knew Too Much.”  The character spoke English, but Lorre didn't.  Just like Bela Legosi during his first turn as Dracula, Lorre had to memorize his lines phonetically.  Imagine how difficult it must be to put the right pacing and inflection into a sentence when you don't know which word means what.  He continued portraying psychopaths until John Huston cast him in a quasi-comic role in “The Maltese Falcon” with Humphrey Bogart and Sidney Greenstreet, which led to lighter roles like the one he played in Arsenic and Old Lace.  If you never seen it, make it you next choice.  It's a comedy, but you can definitely watch it with your horror movies, since it's about a pair of serial killers hiding bodies in their cellar.   Arsenic and Old Lace also features a bad guy getting plastic surgery to avoid the police, which accidentally leaves him looking like Boris Karloff and he's really touchy about it.  I don't know why.  Even though he played many monsters and villains in his career, Karloff was said to actually be a kind, soft-spoken man who was happiest with a good book or in his garden.  We hear him narrate How the Grinch Stole Christmas every year.  He doesn't sing the song, though.  That's Thurl Ravenscroft, who was also the original voice of Tony the Tiger.  The title role in Frankenstein took Karloff from bit player to household name.  Karloff said of the monster, “He was inarticulate, helpless and tragic.  I owe everything to him. He's my best friend.”  By the way, if you're one of those people who delights in going “Um, actually, Frankenstein was the name of the doctor,” can you not?  We all know that.  And since it's the last name of the man who gave him life, aka his father, it's a perfectly passable patronym to use.  Oh and by the way Mr or Ms Superior Nerd, Frankenstein wasn't a doctor, he was a college dropout.  I refer you to my much-beloved Red at Overly Sarcastic Productions on YouTube for a thorough explanation of the actual story.  Penny Dreadful did get pretty close in their interpretation.   Here's a name more people should know, John Carradine.  Wait, you say, the guy from Kill Bill?  No, that's his son David.  Oh, you mean the FBI guy the sister was dating on Dexter.  No, that's his other son Keith.  Revenge of the Nerds?  No, that's Robert.  The patriarch John Carradine was in over 500 movies, big names like Grapes of Wrath and A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, but he also did a lot of horror, though it could be a mixed bag — everything from Dracula in House of Dracula down to Billy the Kid vs Dracula.  Not always for the love of it, either.  Sometimes a gig's just a gig.  He told one of his sons, “Just make sure that if you've got to do a role you don't like, it makes you a lot of money.”  Good advice for many areas of life.  If you've got Prime Video or Shudder, look for The Monster Club.  It's an darling, schlocky little anthology movie, which they just don't seem to make anymore, starring Carradine and Vincent Price.     Jaime Lee Curtis could have been on this list since she was in 5 of the Halloween films, but I just don't think people think “horror” when they hear her name.   There were a few names surprisingly not set in the stones.  While ‘man of a thousand faces' Lon Chaney, who played the original Phantom of the Opera and Hunchback of Notre Dame, has a star, his son, Lon Chaney Jr, who played the Wolfman, the Mummy and numerous other roles in dozens of horror movies, does.  Somehow, Christopher Lee doesn't either.  In addition to the 282 roles on his imdb page, he deserves a star just for playing Dracula 10 times and still having a career after that.  Also, he was metal as fuck, recording metal albums into his 80's and there was the time he corrected director Peter Jackson on what it's like when you stab someone, because he *knew.  My buddies over at Cutting Class diverged from their usual format to tell us all about his amazing life.   Over in the Brainiac Breakroom, (plug sub reddit, thank Zach), Alyssa asked for the history behind clowns being evil.  One day, a man dressed up as a clown and it was terrifying.  Thank you for coming to my TED talk.   No?  Okay.  Fine!  It's not like I have to research them and keep seeing pictures of clowns.  Clowns weren't really regarded as frightening, or at least a fear of clowns wasn't widely known, from the creation of what we'd recognize as a clown by Joseph Grimaldi in the 1820's until fairly recently.  David Carlyon, author, playwright and a former clown with Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus in the 1970s, argues that coulrophobia, the fear of clowns, was born from the counter-culture 1960s and picked up steam in the 1980s.  “There is no ancient fear of clowns,” he said. “It wasn't like there was this panic rippling through Madison Square Garden as I walked up through the seats. Not at all.”  For centuries, clowns were a funny thing for kids — there was Bozo, Ronald McDonald, Red Skelton's Clem Kaddidlehopper and Emmet Kelly's sad clown– then bam!  Stephen King's hit novel “It,” the doll in “Poltergeist,” and every incarnation of The Joker.  It could be seen as a pendulum swing.  Clowns had been so far to the good side that it must have been inevitable they would swing *way the hell over to evil.   Not so fast, argues Benjamin Radford, author of the book “Bad Clowns,” who argues that evil clowns have always been among us.  “It's a mistake to ask when clowns turned bad because historically they were never really good.  Sometimes they're making you laugh. Other times, they're laughing at your expense.”  Radford traces bad clowns all the way to ancient Greece and connects them to court jesters and the Harlequin figure.  He points particularly to Punch of the Punch & Judy puppet shows that date back to the 1500s.  Punch was not only not sweet and loveable, he was violent, abusive, and even homicidal.   Maybe when isn't as important as why.  Why are some of us afraid of clowns?  Personally, I think it's their complete disregard for personal space.  Kindly keep your grease-painted face at least arm's length away.  The grease paint may be part of it.  It exaggerates the features.  The face is basically human in composition, but it's not.  It dangles us over the edge of the uncanny valley, where something makes us uncomfortable because it is *almost human.  The makeup obscures the wearer's identity, so we don't really know who we're dealing with.  Clowns also act in aberrant ways, contrary to societal norms and expectations, and that might subconsciously get our back up.  As for coulrophilia, sexual attraction to clowns…. I got nothing.  You do you.   Charlie asked for the real history behind popular horror icons, like werewolves, vampires, and zombies.  Even though the zombie craze held on longer than the 2017 obsession with bacon, most people don't know about them pre-George Romero's Night of the Living Dead.   The word “zombie” first appeared in English around 1810 in the book “History of Brazil,” this was “Zombi,” a West African deity.  The word later came to suggest a husk of a body without vital life energy, human in form but lacking the self-awareness, intelligence, and a soul.  The Atlantic slave trade caused the idea to move across the ocean, where West African religions began to mix with force Christianity.  Pop culture continually intermixes many African Diasporic traditions and portrays them exclusively as Voodoo. However, most of what is portrayed in books, movies, and television is actually hoodoo. Voodoo is a religion that has two markedly different branches: Haitian Vodou and Louisiana Vodoun. Hoodoo is neither a religion, nor a denomination of a religion—it is a form of folk magic that originated in West Africa and is mainly practiced today in the Southern United States.   Haitian zombies were said to be people brought back from the dead (and sometimes controlled) through magical means by voodoo priests called bokors or houngan. Sometimes the zombification was done as punishment (striking fear in those who believed that they could be abused even after death), but often the zombies were said to have been used as slave labor on farms and sugarcane plantations. In 1980, one mentally ill man even claimed to have been held captive as a zombie worker for two decades, though he could not lead investigators to where he had worked, and his story was never verified.   To many people, both in Haiti and elsewhere, zombies are very real and as such very frightening.  Think about it.  These people were enslaved, someone else claimed dominion over their body, but they still had their mind and their spirit.  What could be more frightening to an enslaved person than an existence where even that is taken from you?   In the 1980s when a scientist named Wade Davis claimed to have found a powder that could create zombies, thus providing a scientific basis for zombie stories, a powerful neurotoxin called tetrodotoxin, which can be found in several animals including pufferfish.  He claimed to have infiltrated secret societies of bokors and obtained several samples of the zombie-making powder, which were later chemically analyzed.  Davis wrote a book on the topic, “The Serpent and the Rainbow,” which was later made into a really underappreciated movie.  Davis was held up as the man who had scientifically proven the existence of zombies, but skeptic pointed out that the samples of the zombie powder were inconsistent and that the amounts of neurotoxin they contained were not high enough to create zombies.  It's not the kind of thing you can play fast & loose with.  Tetrodotoxin has a very narrow band between paralytic and fatal.  Others pointed out nobody had ever found any of the alleged Haitian plantations filled with zombie laborers.  While Davis acknowledged problems with his theories, and had to lay to rest some sensational claims being attributed to him, he insisted that the Haitian belief in zombies *could be based on the rare happenstance of someone being poisoned by tetrodotoxin and later coming to in their coffin.   Bonus fact: Ever wonder where we get brain-eating zombies from?  Correlation doesn't equal causation, but the first zombie to eat brains was the zombie known as Tarman in 1984's Return of the Living Dead.  This wasn't a George Romero movie, though.  It's based on a novel called  Return of the Living Dead by John Russo, one of the writers of Night of the Living Dead.  After Russo and Romero parted company, Russo retained the rights to any titles featuring the phrase “Living Dead.”    Cindra asked for movie monster facts.  The moon is getting full, so let's hit these facts muy rapido.   1922's Nosferatu was an illegal and unauthorized adaption of Bram Stoker's Dracula.  Stoker's heirs sued over the film and a court ruling ordered that all copies be destroyed.  However, Nosferatu subsequently surfaced in other countries and came to be regarded as an influential masterpiece of cinema.   Not a single photograph of Lon Chaney as the Phantom in The Phantom of the Opera (1925) was published in a newspaper or magazine, or seen anywhere before the film opened in theaters.  It was a complete surprise to the audience and to Chaney's costar Mary Philbin, whos shriek of fear and disgust was genuine.   In the original Dracula, Lugosi never once blinks his eyes on camera, to give his character an otherworldy vibe.  Francis Ford Coppolla did something similar by having Dracula's shadow move slightly independently, like the rules of our world don't apply to him.   Even though he starred in the film, Boris Karloff was considered such a no-name nobody that Universal didn't invite him to the premiere of 1931's Frankenstein.   Karloff's classic Mummy the next year did not speak because the actor had so many layers of cotton glued to his face that he couldn't move his mouth.   The Creature from the Black Lagoon's look was based on old seventeenth-century woodcuts of two bizarre creatures called the Sea Monk and the Sea Bishop.   To make a man invisible for 1933's The Invisible Man, director James Whale had Claude Rains dressed completely in black velvet and filmed him in front of a black velvet background.   The movie poster for The Mummy (1932) holds the record for the most money paid for a movie poster at an auction: nearly half a million dollars.   Boris Karloff's costume and makeup for 1935's Bride of Frankenstein were so heavy and hot that he lost 20 pounds during filming, mostly through sweat.  His shoes weighed 13 lb/6 kg/1 stone apiece.   The large grosses for the film House on Haunted Hill (1960) were noticed by Sir Alfred Hitchcock was inspired to make a horror movie after the seeing the box office gross for William Castle's House on Haunted Hill.   Filming the shower scene for Psycho was pretty mundane, but actress Janet Leigh was so terrified by seeing the finished product –thanks to the editing by Alma Reveill-Hitchcock and Bernard Herrmann score– that she did not shower, only bathed, from the premier in 1960 to her death in 2004.  You can read more about Alma Revill in the YBOF book.   According to our friends Megan and RJ at Oh No! Lit Class podcast, the first use of Toccata Fuge in G Minor in a film was the 1962 Phantom of the Opera.  It's hard to imagine classic horror without it.   In Night of the Living Dead, the body parts the zombies ate were ham covered in chocolate sauce.  George Romero joked that they shouldn't bother putting the zombie makeup on the actors because the choco-pork made them look pale and sick with nausea anyway.   A lot of people know that Michael Myers' mask in the original Halloween was actually a William Shatner mask painted white.  They bought it because it was on clearance and the film had a small budget.  Most people don't know that Shatner later repaid the favor by dressing up as Michael Myers for Halloween.   Freddy Kruger's look was based on a scary drunk man Wes Craven saw outside his home as a child.  His glove made of leather and steak knives was actually inspired by Craven's cat.  Looks down at scratches on both arms.  Yeah, that checks out.  The idea of being killed in your sleep comes from real deaths of people who survived the Khmer Rouge in Cambodia, only to die mysteriously later.   1987's The Monster Squad. With a werewolf, a mummy, Dracula, and Frankenstein's monster in the mix, the group looked suspiciously like the line-up of the 1930s and '40s Universal horror movies. To avoid confusion (i.e. lawsuits), filmmaker Fred Dekker made some subtle changes to his monsters, like removing Dracula's widow's peak, and moving Frankenstein's neck bolts up to his forehead. See? Totally different!   Yes, those were real bees in Candyman, even the ones in Candyman's mouth.  Tony Todd had a clause in his contract that he would get $1k for every bee sting he got during filming.  Even though juvenile bees with underdeveloped stingers were used, he still got $23k worth of stings.   You might think 1991's Silence of the Lambs was the first horror movie to win an Oscar, but Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde beat them to it by 60 years with Fredric March's Oscar for Best Actor.

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Deep Cuts and Superficial Wounds

It's an all-music, no-talk Halloween episode featuring three hours fo weird, spooky-adjacent music. All the tracks come from previous episodes, so if you want any context for any of these tracks, go check out the original episodes: Samantha, Sabrina and Wanda. Track listing: 0:00 Toto Coelo, “Dracula's Tango (Sucker for Your Love)” 5:51 Fancy, “Slice Me Nice” 11:33 Phoebus, “Frankenstein”  17:54 Kathy Joe Daylor, “Little Witch” 24:37 Box 20th, “Midnight Horror” 28:27 Daydream, “Crazy”  34:53 Patrick Cowley, “They Came at Night”  40:56 Style, “Run for Your LIfe” 47:58 Adolf Stern, “More… I Like It”  52:44 Monte Kristo, “The Girl of Lucifer” 58:05 Chantoozies, “Witch Queen” 1:02:09 Radiorama, “Vampires” 1:08:12 The Immortals, “Ultimate Warlord” 1:14:29 Yvonne Gage, “Doin' It in a Haunted House” 1:20:28 Trilogy, “Black Devil” 1:26:33 Cherook, “Licanthrope” 1:31:54 Den Harrow, “Broken Radio” 1:38:24 Magali, “Vampire Night” 1:42:22 Fresh, “El Lobo = The Wolf” 1:47:44 Lene Lovich, “It's You, Only You” 1:51:07 Vicious Pink, “Spooky” 1:54:19 Dorine Hollier, “Tonight! (Crazy Night)” 2:00:01 Supermax, “Spooky” 2:04:22 Stage, “Voodoo Dance”  2:11:17 Emilia, “Satan in Love” 2:14:27 Radiorama, “Yeti” 2:20:35 Toto Coelo, “I Eat Cannibals” 2:27:07 The Doctor, “Frankenstein” 2:32:09 Emmie Yokokyama, “Disco Vampirella”  2:36:28 Methusalem, “Zombie” 2:41:24 Departure, “King Kong”  2:48:35 Clay Pedrini, “Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde”   2:56:25 Giusy Dej, “Follow Me” This whole thing is put together by me, Drew Mackie. Follow me on Twitter. I'm on Instagram too. Also listen to the Spotify playlist that inspired this podcast. If you have a recommendation for a song you think should be played on the show, hit me up on Twitter or leave me a voicemail by calling ‪(970) 823-4726 — or 970 82 DISCO. I may play your recommendation on a future show. Have a look at the official website for fancy people. The original art for this podcast was designed by Sarah Wickham, who rocks. Check out her art and also buy her stuff. Subscribe: Mixcloud • iTunes • Stitcher • Libsyn • Google Podcasts

Thank You, Five
Jekyll and Hyde - Act 2

Thank You, Five

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 70:28


Matt and David finish up Act 2 of Jekyll and Hyde. We find a New Life in some Murder, Murder, and proceed to play a Dangerous Game before getting into the finale Confrontation and reprising Facade for the 100th time.

Nerds Of Biblical Proportion
A Little Bit Jekyll and A Little Bit Hyde

Nerds Of Biblical Proportion

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 73:22


Master Jeffe and Pastor Parku discuss the duality of man, the good vs. evil or right vs. wrong that all mankind deals with. Do you agree?  Do you disagree?  Let us know at nerdsofbp@gmail.com Presidential Fact:  James Monroe the busiest man in politics. Rate, Share and Subscribe Much Love

The Sidetracked Podcast
The Sidetracked Podcast Episode 621 - A Little Bit More Greasy

The Sidetracked Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 191:30


Topics Include:This Week In Trailers:PeacemakerThe BatmanBlack AdamThe FlashAquaman And The Lost KingdomShazam: Fury Of The GodsKathryn Hahn winks her way into her own Disney+ seriesWill Poulter as Warlock? Sure, why not?What We've Been Reading:BerserkThe Legend Of Zelda: A Link To The PastBatman: Last Knight On EarthNathan's Question Corner:What would our custom haunted houses look like?What We've Been Watching:Dr. Jekyll's Dungeon Of DeathTremorsEaten Alive (1976)Squid GameCasino RoyaleThe Dark KnightLittle MonstersDemon SeedLurking FearAbsurdSpasmsDead SpaceArmy Of DarknessBatman: The Long HalloweenHalloween KillsCastle Of The Creeping FleshThe Guardian (1990)The RiftSubspeciesFeatured Movie Review: No Time To DieRuntime: 3 hours, 12 minutesWARNING: The Sidetracked Podcast contains spoilers and dirty words.

20/20
Do No Harm

20/20

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2021 82:19


The first wife of an accomplished “Jekyll and Hyde” surgeon mysteriously disappears. John Quiñones investigates.

Nightline
Full Episode: Friday, October 22, 2021

Nightline

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2021 22:28


The first wife of a “Jekyll and Hyde” Manhattan plastic surgeon mysteriously disappears. More than 30 years later, Robert Bierenbaum confesses to her murder.

Tea and Crumpets
Jekyll and Hyde, and Mad Max, and Chicken Little

Tea and Crumpets

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 36:09


We return with a new format but provide updates on some old favorites: inflation, complacency, and valuation. We also explore how the “sky is falling” narrative is changing how investors allocate capital, especially in the energy sector, why legacy producers in the Middle East are okay with the Mad Max scarcity scenario, and how U.S. producers are the Jekyll and Hyde that moodily swing prices. Stay tuned until the full time whistle, when Will gives the team talk on speculating with leverage. Learn more about Formidable Asset Management, Will Brown, and Adam Eagleston by visiting www.formidableam.com.

Typical Books: Horror Fiction Booktube Unbound
Typical Books EP219 - 5 Horror Classics in AR Editions for Halloween • Augmented Classics

Typical Books: Horror Fiction Booktube Unbound

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 13:43


Today we have a little show and tell of five horror classics in augmented reality editions ~ just in time for Halloween from Augmented Classics ~ you can see more at https://www.augmentedclassics.com Oxford defines it best as "a technology that superimposes a computer-generated image on a user's view of the real world, thus providing a composite view," and if you have read Virtual Light by William Gibson, it has a pretty good depiction of where this will go with smart glasses. https://amzn.to/3G7DD4T - link to Virtual Light for sci-fi and cyberpunk fans We talk about Dracula, The Phantom of the Opera, Jekyll and Hyde, Frankenstein, and The Picture of Dorian Gray. Beautiful and terrifying stories, all. While this is not a sponsored video, Augmented Classics did send two of the books along after I provided review snippets for each of the five horror classics, unrelated to the video, for the print run only. Very grateful to be included in this cool project so thank you! ✮✮✮✮✮✮ Welcome to Typical books; horror fiction unbound - I am Lydia Peever, horror author and co-host of the horror film podcast Dead Air and creator of the horror booktube channel TypicalBooks. If you want more, head over to Patreon for extended and bonus shows! Typical Books is one of the Top 35 Canadian podcasts! Feedspot has a team of over 25 experts whose goal is to discover and rank popular blogs, podcasts, and youtube channels in several niche categories. Thank you to Anchor for hosting! Feel free to comment and let me know what you are reading during your ooky spooky day, and for now, on with the show! If you are looking for something new to read, some insight or reviews of horror you have read, or even talk from a writer's perspective, I hope you enjoy this little podcast. Feel free to check out the Youtube version by searching typicalbooks, watch on Odysee or visit me at lydiapeever.ca --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/typicalbooks/message

Planet 8 Podcast
Episode 85: Haunted Halloween Movies!

Planet 8 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021


 It's almost Halloween, so of course, all October, the Planet 8 crew has been watching scary movies! Of course, we tend to watch scary movies all year long, but it's a little more concentrated this month, and we focus a little more on certain films this time of year. This episode we discuss what type of films get us in the "Halloween spirit" ! If you're looking for ideas for things to watch leading up to Halloween, tune in!For Chief Engineer Bob, it's all about spooky films with a comedic twist. Some of the films he likes to watch to get into a Halloween mood include the Don Knotts classic, The Ghost and Mr. Chicken, Munster Go Home,  and of course, Mel Brooks' Young Frankenstein. Another great scary yet humorous film to watch is John Landis' An American Werewolf in London.Recon Officer Karen always starts with the Universal Monsters, and this year it began with Frankenstein Meets the Wolfman, which has the creepiest opening of any Universal monster film. Next up was Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein, which never fails to entertain. She'll be moving on to  the Hammer films, in particular the Hammer version of The Mummy. She also watched some John Carpenter movies, The Thing and Prince of Darkness.Commander Larry has been showing his wife Jasmine a lot of films she's never seen before, but more on the lighter side. One of these was The Monster Squad, which is still entertaining and has some great updated designs for the classic monsters. He also had some Hammer films on his list, including the Hammer Phantom of the Opera.Of course we divert and digress and discuss Phantom of the Paradise, Phantasm, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, The Milpitas Monster (really, we swear), and many others!For the Sensor Sweep, Bob came across an unusual Blu-Ray -Night of the Animated Dead, an animated version of the classic Night of the Living Dead. Unfortunately, it turned out to be a stinker. The animation is just not very good. It's also basically a shot for shot recreation of the film. So this is our first trick, not treat, sensor sweep!All right, friends, that's all this time around. We wish you all a safe and fun Halloween! Let us know what movies you're watching.Twitter: https://twitter.com/Planet8CastFacebook: www.Facebook.com/Planet8PodcastHappy Halloween!

Risking Enchantment
Doubles and Duplicity: Gothic Themes in The Woman in White Featuring Eleanor Bourg Nicholson

Risking Enchantment

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 72:03


"I looked at her, with my mind full of that other lovely face which had so ominously recalled her to my memory on the terrace by moonlight. I had seen Anne Catherick's likeness in Miss Fairlie. I now saw Miss Fairlie's likeness in Anne Catherick." - Wilkie Collins, The Woman in White   We are joined for this episode of Risking Enchantment by Catholic author Eleanor Bourg Nicholson. Eleanor has recently published two Gothic novels, A Bloody Habit (2018) and Brother Wolf (2021). She joins us to talk about the Gothic genre, and why it's both relevant and interesting to Catholic writers and readers. We also delve into the theme of gothic doubles, a theme powerfully explored in many of the classic novels of the genre including Dracula, Frankenstein and The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. We also look at how the trope is explored in Sensation fiction, a genre adjacent to Gothic fiction, in particular in the novel The Woman in White by Wilkie Collins. While Gothic fiction has the source of its uncanny doubling in the preternatural and phantasmagorical, Sensation fiction looks to the find the horror in the real societal problems found in the Victorian Age. Where the former genre examines how find ourselves reflected in the falleness of literal monsters, the latter genre examines how we find ourselves reflected in the villany and duplicity of our society.   Hosts: Rachel Sherlock, Eleanor Bourg Nicholson Follow Rachel on social media: @seekingwatson Follow Eleanor on Facebook here. Follow the podcast on Instagram: @riskingenchantmentpodcast Find out more at www.rachelsherlock.com Sign up for our email list at www.rachelsherlock.com/podcast   Buy A Bloody Habit by Eleanor Bourg Nicholson here. Buy Brother Wolf by Eleanor Bourg Nicholson here. Find out more about Eleanor Bourg Nicholson's work with Homeschool Connections here. Related Risking Enchantment Episodes: Dracula: The Presence of Evil and the Power of Sacramentals Monsters and Morality in Romanticism   Works Mentioned: A Bloody Habit by Eleanor Bourg Nicholson Brother Wolf by Eleanor Bourg Nicholson The Woman in White by Wilkie Collins The Moonstone by Wilkie Collins Dracula by Bram Stoker Frankenstein by Mary Shelley Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson The Victorian Age in Literature by G.K. Chesterton   What We're Enjoying at the Moment: Eleanor: The Lord of the Rings on Audiobook Rachel: The Ladies of Grace Adieu by Susanna Clarke    

Defenders of the Banc - An LAFC Podcast
Episode 173 - Chicho Saves Our Season

Defenders of the Banc - An LAFC Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 67:26


Episode 173 - Chicho Saves Our SeasonLAFC still has a pulse, thanks to the incredible efforts of our newest talisman, Mr. Automatic from the spot, Christian “Chicho” Arango! It's Episode 173, and we are breaking down all the Fun in Frisco, as LAFC took out FC Dallas, 3-2, behind a hat trick from Chicho!Make no mistake about it, LAFC came out looking lethargic and lost. Despite an early chance from Rayito, the first 25 minutes were all FC Dallas. The team owning the second-worst record in the conference found themselves down 1-0 after just ten minutes. Despite an equalizer from Chicho off a PK earned by fan-favorite Raheem Edwards in the 30', LAFC continued their Jekyll and Hyde act of 2021, giving up another goal right before half to go down 2-1. A halftime speech from Bob and a couple of smart subs lifted LAFC from the doldrums, as Chicho found the net twice more, this time in a span of 5 minutes, to give LAFC the lead, the win, and all three points!LAFC is still very much alive in the playoff chase, just 3 points under the line with 4 to play. Though we will need every point from here on out, there is absolutely no doubt Chicho has saved our season… for now. Also on this episode… lots and lots of Filly Manilow's Chicho Arongo song! Enjoy Episode 173, and please welcome us back into your AirPods in just a few days for the recap of our journey to Minnesota!

talkSPORT Daily
Manchester United & ‘Houdini Solskjaer' Escape Once Again

talkSPORT Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 12:57


Manchester United are labelled a ‘Jekyll & Hyde' side after an incredible comeback win thanks to a late Ronaldo header against Atalanta, the new Newcastle United owners part company with Steve Bruce and Gabby Agbonlahor claims the new manager's first task is to find the ‘mole in the camp' at St James' Park! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Member Maker
098: Creating an effective affiliate program for a membership - with Brady Cassidy

Member Maker

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 9:36


For full show notes click hereEnjoyed the episode? Leave us a review here :)Would you like to be a guest? Apply hereQuestions or comments? Please email podcast@memberspace.com

10ish Podcast
Best Universal Classic Monster Movies Ever | Episode 151

10ish Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 74:58


EPISODE 151 | The Invisible Man. Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. A certain undead walking corpse brought back to life by lightning. Which classic monster movie from the Universal library owns the BEST films in Classic Monster Movie history? On this list, Brandon has brought the list of the Top 10 Classic Monster Movies Ever, as ranked by film critics on IMDB; Nick tries to guess all 10 in this trip back to the formative years of horror movie magic. PLUS: the impact of these monster movies on pop culture then and now, behind-the-scenes factoids, fun facts about the elaborate monster costumes, filmmaking in the 30s and 40s, eating two-dozen hard-boiled eggs in one sitting, and MUCH more. VISUAL AIDS: The Wolf-Man's transformation Dracula Gill-Man Boris Karloff in makeup for movie #9 The Bride in movie #1 Igor The _________ Man from movie #3 ---------------------------------------------- 10ISH POD+ (listen EARLY + AD-FREE): https://www.10ishpod.com/plus NEWSLETTER: https://www.10ishpod.com/newsletter TWITCH: https://www.twitch.tv.10ishpod REDDIT: https://www.reddit.com/r/10ishPod ---------------------------------------------- Buy the latest 10ish Podcast merch now at https://www.10ishpod.com/merch! ---------------------------------------------- TWITTER: https://www.twitter.com/10ishpod INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/10ishpod YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/10ishpodcast FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/10ishpod ---------------------------------------------- 10ish Podcast Theme Music:  Hackbeat by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)  Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0 10ish Podcast Ad Music (Merch): Nile's Blues by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)  Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4134-nile-s-blues License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Keystone Film Review
Episode 124 - "The Two Faces of Dr. Jekyll"

Keystone Film Review

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021


Everyone has two faces: an every day face, and a customer service face. But this is a whole different story entirely! This week, Mike and Glen explore the classic horror film "The Two Faces of Dr. Jekyll". Find out more at https://keystone-film-review.pinecast.co

Marley's Ghosts
Episode #54 Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde part 3

Marley's Ghosts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2021 26:39


What is wrong with Jekyll? what killed Lanyon? Where is Hyde? The mystery builds!Instagram @marleys_ghostsTwitter @GhostsMarleyemail marleysghostspodcast@gmail.comSleep Well!

The Thing Is...
253 - Ding Gang

The Thing Is...

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 86:12


Shannon and Matty talk her trip to Jekyll island, going to war with spiders, the continued saga of the man with objectophilia, getting bungee murdered, and the worst thing you can call a woman...older...Air Date: 10/12/21Support Our Sponsors!Promescent.comYoKratom.comThe Thing Is... Airs every Tuesday, at 5:30pm ET on the GaS Digital Network! The newest 15 episodes are always free, but if you want access to all the archives, watch live, chat live, access to the forums, and get the show five days before it comes out everywhere else - you can subscribe now at gasdigitalnetwork.com and use the code TTI to save 15% on the entire network.Follow the show on social media:instagram:https://www.instagram.com/shannonlee6982https://www.instagram.com/jesterskullsWant some merch? https://podcastmerch.com/collections/the-thing-isSubscribe On YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC87Akt2Sq_-YEd_YrNpbS2QShannon Lee and Matty Jesterskulls get together weekly with interesting guests in comedy, reality TV, porn and every other walk of life to find out about their nightmare date stories, paranormal experiences and street fight stories! It gets crazy, hysterical, scary and shocking as they uncover stories you won't hear on other podcasts.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Snyder’s Return
Meddlers, Monsters and Madmen - 05 - You Don't Hyde from the Dr. - City of Mist TTRPG

Snyder’s Return

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 29:45


Meddlers, Monsters and Madmen is a Bi-Weekly/Fortnightly City of Mist Actual Play Podcast that pits and conflicted Crew against the Evils in the City, the eponymous Mist and, each other!Now the fallout, Hyde reports directly to Dr. Edwards and Rafa becomes more entwinned with the Dr's operation and goals?You can find Snyder's Return and all of our content via the links below.Website:https://linktr.ee/snydersreturnCity of Mist Links:https://twitter.com/CityOfMistRPGhttps://t.co/uHYiDMKkfV?amp=1https://www.drivethrurpg.com/browse.php?keywords=city+of+mist&x=0&y=0&author=&artist=&pfrom=&pto=&affiliate_id=1643000Snyder's Return is working with Content Creators from multiple different Podcasts from multiple different Tabletop Roleplay Game (TTRPG) systems to share our work, love of the hobby and grow the community together.This Trailer is from 19 Hits the Dragon Podcast, who are a Bi-Weekly Dungeons & Dragons/TTRPG Content Discussion Podcast who bring insight with help from guests from the TTRPG Family.You can find them:Twitter - https://twitter.com/19HitstheDragonLinktree - https://t.co/dofu385Mdg?amp=1Please leave reviews on ITunes to help us to learn and grow as a PodcastYours Sincerely,Adam 'Cosy' Powell~~~~~~~~~~CAST & CREWMC: Adam PowellThe Crew:Chris - Dr. Henry Edwards - Rift of Dr Jekyll and Mr HydeIvory - Iona Starling - Rift of a Shadow DragonMartin - Rafail Hasapis - Rift of the Minotaur of Ancient GreeceNewsroom: Dev - https://twitter.com/DevMakesThingsSound Design: Adam PowellMusic:Intro/Outro: Chloe Elliot - https://twitter.com/clo_withtheflowEpidemic Sound - https://www.epidemicsound.com/referral/4u0qhi/Cover Art: Jess Lo - https://twitter.com/akinomii_artCharacter Art: Estaban Sanz - https://twitter.com/SmllyBllyButtn~~~~~~~~~~Website: http://snydersreturn.squarespace.comBuy us a TTRPG Source Book: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/SnydersReturnSupport the podcast by joining our Patreon community where you'll gain access several hours of bonus episodes. At the "Celestial” tier you have the opportunity to submit NPC names and items to be used in the game!Visit https://www.patreon.com/snyders_return?fan_landing=trueAre you on DISCORD? Come hang out in our server! https://discord.gg/QgU5UNf Join us in the Snyder's Return Facebook Group!~~~~~~~~~~~Social Media:Twitter - https://twitter.com/RetSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/SnydersReturn)

Member Maker
097: What is an affiliate program & why you should start one - with Brady Cassidy

Member Maker

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 9:08


For full show notes click hereEnjoyed the episode? Leave us a review here :)Would you like to be a guest? Apply hereQuestions or comments? Please email podcast@memberspace.com

MichaelKushner
#54 - Jennica McCleary: Disney's Own Winnie Sanderson

MichaelKushner

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 74:44


“For years I was referring to myself as a Swiss Army Knife of talent,” says Jennica McCleary. Artists often say, “and then one thing led to another,” but what does that mean? Jennica McCleary is a Bette Midler impersonator based in Orland, Florida. Her incredible story of how she became Walt Disney World's go-to Winnifred Sanderson is an inspirational one for the ages. Also getting the blessing from the bombastic, austentatious, and Divine Miss M ain't so bad either.  “Honey, if you sing -- you'll make money. Good luck,” says Midler to McCleary.  McCleary is an actress, burlesque performer, producer, and Bette Midler impersonator who also happened to survive Breast Cancer. A hard worker, McCleary found herself more upset at having to cancel or reschedule gigs in order to get treatment. What are the lessons in this? How does this help an artist take time for themselves and discover what's important? What are the expectations we put on ourselves?  Her Winnie Sanderson is the gift that keeps on giving -- and it's all because McCleary showed up to an audition she knew she was perfect for. In this episode, we hear an UNHEARD story of how the casting process with Disney works. We also unpack the importance of being specific with one's career, even with choosing which auditions to attend. Plus, we dish on rumors regarding Hocus Pocus 2! “Being a mimic is hard,” says McCleary. “There's expectations that people have. There's expectations that people have with Winifred. And you've got to find the way to make who you are as a performer work in that while still giving them those nuances that they want.” That's not it -- McCleary is bringing her show Winnie's Rock Cauldron Cabaret to The Green Room 42 in NYC for an incredible and highly anticipated Halloween celebration on October 31st at 7pm and 9:30pm. This performance is going to be epic, so make sure you buy tickets at https://thegreenroom42.venuetix.com/show/details/NZG2rfezEBrSrVmMKxTm/1635721200000 A classically trained Singer/Dancer/Actor who also dabbles in Burlesque, Wig Design, and Choreography, Jennica McCleary is best known for her work as a Bette Midler Tribute artist. In addition to her self-produced shows Divine Deception and Winnie's Rock Cauldron Cabaret, Jennica originated Winifred Sanderson at Disney's Magic Kingdom production ‘Hocus Pocus Villain Spelltacular' 2015. Her Regional Theatre credits include Fun Home, Jekyll & Hyde, Sweeney Todd, and Cabaret. Jennica has also worked with Legends in Concert and Pattycake Productions, and been seen on The Freeform Network, MTV, The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon and Comedy Central's Upright Citizen's Brigade.  Bette Midler Tribute Artist, Jennica McCleary, originated Winifred Sanderson at Disney's Magic Kingdom production ‘Hocus Pocus Villain Spelltacular' 2015 (a now viral video) in Orlando, FL. She has worked with Legends in Concert and Pattycake Productions and has been featured MTV, VH1, Entertainment Tonight. She was also featured in The Hocus Pocus 25th Anniversary Bash on Freeform as well as Freeform's Halloween Road. She is thrilled to have conjured Winnie's Rock Cauldron Cabaret, a fan-fiction style concert, while battling breast cancer, to celebrate everyone's inner magical badass witch. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Too Much Rock
Too Much Rock Podcast #578

Too Much Rock

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021


Podcast #578 plays Jekyll & Hyde w/ cuts from The Connells, TV Crime, Killer Hearts, Teenage Joans, Boy Scouts, Nightjacket, & Elevator Division.

Deep Cuts and Superficial Wounds

The sequel to last year's Halloween episode, Samantha, is now a two-part special.  Also listen to Different Head's Halloween episodes: Spooky, Midnight Horror and Vol. 75. Track listing (purchase/stream links TK!) 0:00 Toto Coelo, “I Eat Cannibals” — Apple Music • Spotify • Amazon Music  9:17 The Doctor, “Frankenstein” 14:15 Atrium, “Doctor Jekyll”  20:28 Methusalem, “Zombie” 25:25 Methusalem, “Alien” 29:34 Babalu, “Bogey Man” 36:29 Monte Kristo, “The Girl of Lucifer” —  Spotify • Amazon Music  41:06 Emilia, “Satan in Love” — Apple Music • Spotify • Amazon Music  44:17 Fancy, “Slice Me Nice” — Apple Music • Spotify • Amazon Music 49:59 Style, “Run for Your Life” — Apple Music • Spotify 57:04 Yvonne Gage, “Doin' It in a Haunted House” 63:51 Chantoozies, “Witch Queen” — Spotify • Amazon 67:59 Helen, “Witch” — Spotify • Amazon Music  75:51 Goad, “The Witch” 77:55 Vivien Vee, “Higher” — Apple Music • Spotify • Amazon Music  83:57 Vicious Pink, “Spooky” — Apple Music • Spotify • Amazon Music  89:59 Oingo Boingo, “No One Lives Forever” — Apple Music • Spotify • Amazon Music This whole thing is put together by me, Drew Mackie. Follow me on Twitter. I'm on Instagram too. Also listen to the Spotify playlist that inspired this podcast. If you have a recommendation for a song you think should be played on the show, hit me up on Twitter or leave me a voicemail by calling ‪(970) 823-4726 — or 970 82 DISCO. I may play your recommendation on a future show. Have a look at the official website for fancy people. The original art for this podcast was designed by Sarah Wickham, who rocks. Check out her art and also buy her stuff. Subscribe: Mixcloud • iTunes • Stitcher • Libsyn • Google Podcasts

Marley's Ghosts
Episode #53 Dr Jekyll and Mr. Hyde part 2

Marley's Ghosts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2021 21:43


Tonight we continue with kind doctor and savage Mr. Hyde.Instagram @marleys_ghostsTwitter @GhostsMarleyemail marleysghostspodcast @gmail.comSleep Well!

Crushing Chaos with Law Firm Mentor podcast

In today's episode I'm talking about law firm PTSD - which can be defined as that very tricky, undiagnosed mental health disorder that is seen when we are dealing with a new employee who's come into our company and is still suffering the effects of their residuals from their previous employer.    Now I know a lot of you have had experiences where you bring in a new employee and you're really excited to work with them as soon as they come in. But pretty soon in the process, you start to see some pretty unnerving behaviors, right? You start to see that the person is really jumpy or highly defensive, or the person seems to be terrified of doing anything without asking 15 different ways if they're doing the right thing.    I want you to consider that there are a lot of things that can cause that level of distress in a person. We're going to talk about what some of those are. But for the most part, I want you to just give yourselves the gift of saying that how these people move in the world, what their experience is when they first come into your business is something that you can respond to in a way that gives them a better experience and increases the likelihood that they will stay with you as an employee.   In this episode we discuss: Strategies to deal with a new employee who's come into your company still suffering the effects of their residuals from a previous employer. Shifting some of those feelings of PTSD. Giving your new employee time to adapt and heal. The importance of not taking anything personally. How having a positive mindset will help you work with any PTSD law firm employee.   Allison Bio:   Allison C. Williams, Esq., is Founder and Owner of the Williams Law Group, LLC, with offices in Short Hills and Freehold, New Jersey. She is a Fellow of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, is Certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as a Matrimonial Law Attorney and is the first attorney in New Jersey to become Board-Certified by the National Board of Trial Advocacy in the field of Family Law.    Ms. Williams is an accomplished businesswoman. In 2017, the Williams Law Group won the LawFirm500 award, ranking 14th of the fastest growing law firms in the nation, as Ms. Williams grew the firm 581% in three years. Ms. Williams won the Silver Stevie Award for Female Entrepreneur of the Year in 2017.  In 2018, Ms. Williams was voted as NJBIZ's Top 50 Women in Business and was designated one of the Top 25 Leading Women Entrepreneurs and Business Owners. In 2019, Ms. Williams won the Seminole 100 Award for founding one of the fastest growing companies among graduates of Florida State University.   In 2018, Ms. Williams created Law Firm Mentor, a business coaching service for lawyers.  She helps solo and small law firm attorneys grow their business revenues, crush chaos in business and make more money.  Through multi-day intensive business retreats, group and one-to-one coaching, and strategic planning sessions, Ms. Williams advises lawyers on all aspects of creating, sustaining and scaling a law firm business – and specifically, she teaches them the core foundational principles of marketing, sales, personnel management, communications and money management in law firms.  Contact Info: Book The Four Agreements- Don Miguel Ruiz Contact Law Firm Mentor: Scheduler: https://meetme.so/LawFirmMentor     Snippets   00: 15: 30 (38 Seconds)  Well, the one thing you would never want to do is to break that person's spirit, if you will, by becoming Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, right? You don't want to be one person all day, every day, and then as soon as that one person is tired of it and frustrated with whatever the employee did, you snap and you become someone else. Because that lack of consistency is going to say to them that the problem is much worse than they believed it to be, that whatever they have going on, they're now at greater risk.

Borgo Pass Horror Podcast
Abbott and Costello Meet Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1953)

Borgo Pass Horror Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2021 95:30


A rash of horrific murders has terrorized London and baffled police. Newspaper reporter Bruce Adams finds one murder victim, a prominent doctor, while returning home from a pub. The next day, two American policemen, Slim and Tubby, who are studying London police methods, respond to brawl at a women's suffrage rally in Hyde Park. Reporter Adams, young suffragette Vicky Edwards, Slim, and Tubby are all caught up in the fray and wind up in jail. Vicky's guardian, Dr. Henry Jekyll, bails Vicky and Adams out, while Tubby and Slim are kicked off the police force. Unknown to anyone, however, Dr. Jekyll has developed an injectable serum which transforms him into Mr. Hyde -- the "monster" responsible for the recent murders. Dr. Jekyll, who is secretly in love with Vicky, notices Vicky's and Bruce's mutual attraction. He injects himself to transform once again into Hyde with the intent of murdering Adams.Meanwhile, Tubby and Slim realize that they must capture the monster in order to be reinstated on the police force. Walking down a street at night, Tubby spots Hyde (whom Slim at first mistakes for a burglar) and the boys trail him into a music hall where Vicky is performing and Adams is visiting. A chase ensues, and Tubby manages to trap Hyde inside a cell in a wax museum. However, by the time Tubby brings the police inspector, Adams and Slim to the scene, the monster has reverted to the respected Dr. Jekyll, and Tubby is once again rebuked by the police inspector. The "good" doctor, however, asks Slim and Tubby to escort him to his home. Once at Jekyll's home, Tubby and Slim snoop around and Tubby drinks a potion which transforms him into a large mouse. Slim and Tubby bring this news to the inspector, but the inspector refuses to believe them.Later, Vicky announces to Jekyll her intent to marry Adams, but Jekyll does not share her enthusiasm and transforms into Hyde right in front of her and attacks her. Adams, Slim and Tubby save her in the nick of time, but Hyde escapes. During the struggle, Jekyll's serum needle falls into a couch cushion, which Tubby accidentally falls onto, transforming him into a Hyde-like monster. Another madcap chase ensues, this time with Adams chasing Jekyll's monster and Slim pursuing Tubby's monster, since both believe they are after Jekyll. The police are frustrated and confused by reports of the monster seemingly being in multiple places at once.Adams' chase ends up back at Jekyll's home, where Hyde falls from an upstairs window to his death, then transforms to his true identity. Meanwhile, Slim brings Tubby, who is still in monster form, to the inspector's office. Tubby bites the inspector and four officers, then reverts to his true self. Before Slim and Tubby can be reprimanded, the inspector and the officers transform into monsters. Slim and Tubby dash through a wall and out of police headquarters.

Clashy
Jackman and Hyde

Clashy

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 93:28


The Spinsters discuss The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde and Van Helsing. They also discuss reading secret letters, gross babies, and the desecration of toasted cheese. Check us out at @clashyspinsters on Twitter and Instagram, or send us an email at clashypodcast@gmail.com. Shout out to @robotjellyfish for our logo and Chris Marino for our jingle!

LITTLE ME: Growing Up Broadway
EP50 - Farah Alvin - Born Belting

LITTLE ME: Growing Up Broadway

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 63:58


For our 50th episode, we welcome Broadway's Farah Alvin who breaks down her time as a "Hollywood" kid and her incredible Broadway journey! Little Me host and Broadway Workshop director, Marc Tumminelli sits down with his friend and collaborator Farah Alvin for a fantastic chat where they breakdown Farah's childhood performance career and so much more. Farah tells the Little Me audience about growing up in Hollywood and her very early days of playing nightclubs and gay bars, stopping the show with her amazing vocals! Farah shares backstage stories about performing for Bill Clinton at the Kennedy Center, recording the concept album of Frank Wildhorn's Jekyll and Hyde, being part of the MSG production of A Christmas Carol, making her Broadway debut in Grease!, working on I Love You Because, her upcoming album On Vinyl and her special connection to the iconic E.T. movie poster. Produced by Marc Tumminelli and The Broadway podcast Network Support Farah Alvin's upcoming album On Vinyl Follow Farah on Instagram FarahAlvin.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Literary Life Podcast
Episode 106: “The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde” Part 2

The Literary Life Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 70:31


This week on The Literary Life Podcast, our hosts are continuing their discussion of Robert Louis Stevenson's The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. If you missed last week's episode, you will want to go back and catch Part 1 here. Angelina kicks of the book chat with a look at the format of the story and how it keeps us in suspense. Thomas brings up the idea of forbidden knowledge found in this book and the similarities between it and Frankenstein. Some other topics covered in this episode include the dangers of dehumanizing victims of crime, the nature of sin and addiction, the Renaissance idea of the well-ordered man, and the mythic qualities of this story. Be sure to check out Thomas' class on The French Revolution and other fall webinars at House of Humane Letters. Don't forget to check out our sister podcast, The Well Read Poem, as well as Cindy's new podcast, The New Mason Jar! We will be back here on The Literary Life in two weeks with our first in a series of episodes on Jane Austen's Mansfield Park. Commonplace Quotes: One beautiful starry-skied evening, we two stood next to each other at a window, and I, a young man of about twenty-two who had just eaten well and had good coffee, enthused about the stars and called them the abode of the blessed. But the master grumbled to himself: “The stars, hum! hum! The stars are only a gleaming leprosy in the sky.” Heinrich Heine It is a mistake, perhaps, to think that, to do one thing well, we must just do and think about that and nothing else all the time. It is our business to know all we can and to spend a part of our lives in increasing our knowledge of Nature and Art, of Literature and Man, of the Past and the Present. That is one way in which we become greater persons, and the more a person is, the better he will do whatever piece of special work falls to his share. Let us have, like Leonardo, a spirit ‘invariably royal and magnanimous.' Charlotte Mason The poet's job is not to tell you what happened, but what happens: not what did take place, but the kind of thing that always takes place. Northrup Frye The Land of Nod by Robert Louis Stevenson From breakfast on through all the day At home among my friends I stay, But every night I go abroad Afar into the land of Nod. All by myself I have to go, With none to tell me what to do — All alone beside the streams And up the mountain-sides of dreams. The strangest things are there for me, Both things to eat and things to see, And many frightening sights abroad Till morning in the land of Nod. Try as I like to find the way, I never can get back by day, Nor can remember plain and clear The curious music that I hear. Book List: Ourselves by Charlotte Mason The Educated Imagination by Northrup Frye Frankenstein by Mary Shelley The Hobbit by J. R. R. Tolkien Faust by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe Paradise Lost by John Milton Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brönte The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde Support The Literary Life: Become a patron of The Literary Life podcast as part of the “Friends and Fellows Community” on Patreon, and get some amazing bonus content! Thanks for your support! Connect with Us: You can find Angelina and Thomas at HouseofHumaneLetters.com, on Instagram @angelinastanford, and on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/ANGStanford/ Find Cindy at morningtimeformoms.com, on Instagram @cindyordoamoris and on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/cindyrollins.net/. Check out Cindy's own Patreon page also! Follow The Literary Life on Instagram, and jump into our private Facebook group, The Literary Life Discussion Group, and let's get the book talk going! http://bit.ly/literarylifeFB