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Trylove
Episode 194: ROPE (1948)

Trylove

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 80:24


Look past the false one-take! Look deeply into the grotesque detail underneath the post-intellectualist veneer! ROPE is a tightly wound tool of class violence, spotlighting the evil, anti-moralizing pragmatism of the elitist class. THE MINNEAPOLIS HITCHCOCK FESTIVAL (until Oct 6): https://www.trylon.org/films/category/the-minneapolis-hitchcock-festival/ Follow us on Twitter at https://twitter.com/trylovepodcast and email us at trylovepodcast@gmail.com to get in touch! Buy tickets and support the Trylon at https://www.trylon.org/. Theme: "Raindrops" by Huma-Huma/"No Smoking" PSA by John Waters. Outro music: “Mouvement perpetuel no. 1” by Francis Poulenc from the ROPE soundtrack. Timestamps 0:00 - Episode 194: ROPE (1948) 3:20 - The episode actually starts 5:35 - The Patented Aaron Grossman Summary 10:56 - Class, character dynamics, where we're focused 28:36 - False one-shots: Novelty or functional? 41:23 - Rupert and ROPE as a “reckoning” for 20th century intelligentsia 56:30 - The Junk Drawer 1:02:31 - Cody's Noteys – Trylibs: The Perfect Crime

The Bible Preacher
Matthew 8:23 "What Gets The Attention of Jesus" preached by Dr. J. B. Godfrey

The Bible Preacher

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 38:55


When I was two years old, my parents were divorced and I was reared by my grandparents who faithfully sent me to church. At twelve years of age, I accepted Christ as my Savior; however, it was not until I was sixteen that I became serious about serving the Lord. While I was attending a funeral, God called me to preach—a decision I made public in the next church service. I began to study my Bible and to listen to Oliver B. Green, Harold Sightler, Dr. M. R. DeHaan and other great preachers on the radio. I also began to read books by Dr. John R. Rice, R. A. Torrey and other great preachers. The Lord revolutionized my life! At age seventeen I joined the United States Marine Corps as an opportunity to serve my country and be a witness to my fellow Marines. I married Linda Burrell in 1969 and we set out to serve the Lord together. In 1970 we moved to Chattanooga, Tennessee, to attend Tennessee Temple University. Before I took my first class, God used a small article in the Baptist Bible Trumpet, published by Dr. John Waters, to burden my heart about reaching Muslims in the Sahara. The article was written by Dr. Dan Truax, who became my Director for many years. I graduated from Tennessee Temple with a Bachelor's degree in Missions. In December 1973 we joined Baptist International Missions, Inc. (BIMI). After a year of deputation, we arrived in Albertville, France, to study the French language. We spent a year and a half in France and then took a ship down to the country of Senegal, where we worked until 1990. God blessed our years there. Two of our five children were born in Senegal. While there we learned the Wolof language and had the privilege of seeing Muslims come to know Christ. At the request of BIMI, we moved to the country of Zaire in 1991 to reopen the work of missionary Anton Andersen. Just two weeks after our arrival in the village of Tshene, serious fighting broke out in the country. The next eighteen months were filled with many dangers, culminating in our family being airlifted from the country in 1993. During the time we spent in Zaire, we learned another language (Kikongo), saw many people saved, and worked with the many believers who were there. When we arrived back in America, we were going to take a year's medical leave; however, God had other plans for us. Our home church, Grace Baptist Church of Landrum, South Carolina, called me to be their pastor. At the same time, Ambassador Baptist College was in need of an experienced missionary to add to their teaching faculty. For the next nine years I pastored a growing church, taught at Ambassador two days a week, and served on the Executive Board or as an officer of the South Carolina Association of Christian Schools. In August 2001 Dr. Les Frazier asked if I would pray about becoming Far East Director with BIMI. After seven months of prayer and much heart searching, I accepted this position. I resigned as pastor of my church and as instructor at Ambassador in May 2002. For ten years I served as Far East Director. In the summer of 2011, I was asked to serve as Vice President and Executive Director at BIMI. I took that position in January 2012. My tasks are many. We spend time out on the mission fields assisting our missionaries. I do the “Moments for Missions” radio broadcasts. Most weeks I preach in a missions conference or on a college campus. There are also many projects on which I work for Dr. David Snyder at the World Missions Center. We count it a blessing and a privilege to serve a wonderful group of missionaries and the churches which send them out. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thebiblepreacher/message

The Bible Preacher
I Peter 5 "Resting In God" preached by Dr. J. B. Godfrey

The Bible Preacher

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 32:56


When I was two years old, my parents were divorced and I was reared by my grandparents who faithfully sent me to church. At twelve years of age, I accepted Christ as my Savior; however, it was not until I was sixteen that I became serious about serving the Lord. While I was attending a funeral, God called me to preach—a decision I made public in the next church service. I began to study my Bible and to listen to Oliver B. Green, Harold Sightler, Dr. M. R. DeHaan and other great preachers on the radio. I also began to read books by Dr. John R. Rice, R. A. Torrey and other great preachers. The Lord revolutionized my life! At age seventeen I joined the United States Marine Corps as an opportunity to serve my country and be a witness to my fellow Marines. I married Linda Burrell in 1969 and we set out to serve the Lord together. In 1970 we moved to Chattanooga, Tennessee, to attend Tennessee Temple University. Before I took my first class, God used a small article in the Baptist Bible Trumpet, published by Dr. John Waters, to burden my heart about reaching Muslims in the Sahara. The article was written by Dr. Dan Truax, who became my Director for many years. I graduated from Tennessee Temple with a Bachelor's degree in Missions. In December 1973 we joined Baptist International Missions, Inc. (BIMI). After a year of deputation, we arrived in Albertville, France, to study the French language. We spent a year and a half in France and then took a ship down to the country of Senegal, where we worked until 1990. God blessed our years there. Two of our five children were born in Senegal. While there we learned the Wolof language and had the privilege of seeing Muslims come to know Christ. At the request of BIMI, we moved to the country of Zaire in 1991 to reopen the work of missionary Anton Andersen. Just two weeks after our arrival in the village of Tshene, serious fighting broke out in the country. The next eighteen months were filled with many dangers, culminating in our family being airlifted from the country in 1993. During the time we spent in Zaire, we learned another language (Kikongo), saw many people saved, and worked with the many believers who were there. When we arrived back in America, we were going to take a year's medical leave; however, God had other plans for us. Our home church, Grace Baptist Church of Landrum, South Carolina, called me to be their pastor. At the same time, Ambassador Baptist College was in need of an experienced missionary to add to their teaching faculty. For the next nine years I pastored a growing church, taught at Ambassador two days a week, and served on the Executive Board or as an officer of the South Carolina Association of Christian Schools. In August 2001 Dr. Les Frazier asked if I would pray about becoming Far East Director with BIMI. After seven months of prayer and much heart searching, I accepted this position. I resigned as pastor of my church and as instructor at Ambassador in May 2002. For ten years I served as Far East Director. In the summer of 2011, I was asked to serve as Vice President and Executive Director at BIMI. I took that position in January 2012. My tasks are many. We spend time out on the mission fields assisting our missionaries. I do the “Moments for Missions” radio broadcasts. Most weeks I preach in a missions conference or on a college campus. There are also many projects on which I work for Dr. David Snyder at the World Missions Center. We count it a blessing and a privilege to serve a wonderful group of missionaries and the churches which send them out. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thebiblepreacher/message

Trylove
Episode 193: GIRLS OF THE NIGHT (1961)

Trylove

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 54:21


Content warning: Discussions of sex work, abuse, and suicide. Kuniko is a woman stuck between who she was – a prostitute – and who she wants to be: an accepted member of a society that's actively cracking down on people with her history. In asking whether it's society's responsibility to accept Kinuko or her responsibility to ‘reform,' GIRLS OF THE NIGHT doesn't go as far as you might want in normalizing sex work and the women who do it. But the fact that it raises the question, and that it showcases the failures of the systems meant to give them mobility, makes it hard to dislike as a film. THE PRECISE COMPOSITIONS OF KINUYO TANAKA (Sept 2022 at the Trylon): https://www.trylon.org/films/category/the-precise-compositions-of-kinuyo-tanaka/ CRACKING OPEN THE DISNEY VAULT (Sept at the Trylon): https://www.trylon.org/films/category/cracking-open-the-disney-vault/ Follow us on Twitter at https://twitter.com/trylovepodcast and email us at trylovepodcast@gmail.com to get in touch! Buy tickets and support the Trylon at https://www.trylon.org/. Theme: "Raindrops" by Huma-Huma/"No Smoking" PSA by John Waters. Outro music by Hikaru Hayashi from GIRLS OF THE NIGHT. Timestamps 0:00 - Episode 193: GIRLS OF THE NIGHT (1961) 3:00 - The Patented Aaron Grossman Summary 5:21 - The uncomfortable conservatism of GIRLS OF THE NIGHT 21:57 - The directress and failing systems of reform 32:17 - How far the movie goes in indicting those systems 35:19 - The ending

On the Media
In John Waters' Home (But Not In His Colon)

On the Media

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 32:52 Very Popular


John Waters is the writer and director of such cult classics like Pink Flamingos, Serial Mom, and his biggest mainstream success, Hairspray. He's been making movies since the 1960s and this year he released his debut novel, Liarmouth: A Feel Bad Romance. The novel is an incredibly dirty romp filled with the kind of taboo storytelling that John Waters revels in. In his work, he shines a light on the worst of us but rarely to ridicule, more as a reminder of how gloriously sinful we can be, as we discussed when I spoke with him in his Manhattan home. His interest in the carnal, though, has its limits. “When I got a colonoscopy, they said, do you wanna watch? No!” he told us. “Why do I wanna go on a fantastic voyage up my a–hole?”  We also talked about money management, aging, and his secret to maintaining his many long friendships. “I do stay in touch and if anything bad happens to you, I call. If you get a bad review, I call. If you go to jail, I definitely am your first visit,” he laughed. “I never don't come visit you if you're in jail.” 

The Colin McEnroe Show
An hour with John Waters

The Colin McEnroe Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 50:00


Note: This episode contains strong language and a number of things intended to be in bad taste. This hour, we shoot the, er, breeze with the filmmaker, author, and artist whose œuvre of campy, raunchy films ranges from the cult classics Pink Flamingos and Polyester to the musicals Hairspray and Cry-Baby — John Waters. On the occasion of Waters' first novel, the “feel-bad romance” Liarmouth, a talk about everything from testicle tanning and teabagging to Baltimore and becoming a legend. Be there or be square. Note also: This show is about as spoilery as we get. We use audio of the very last lines of Waters' Pink Flamingos. And the ending of Quentin Tarantino's Once Upon a Time … in Hollywood is just utterly revealed. (Colin will warn you when that one's coming.) Now, neither of these movies is terribly recent — I mean, one of them is 50 years old — but it seems like we should mention it anyway. Please don't send us angry emails. About the spoilers, at least. GUEST: John Waters: Writer, director, and actor; his first novel is Liarmouth … A Feel-Bad Romance The Colin McEnroe Show is available as a podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts. Subscribe and never miss an episode! Join the conversation on Facebook and Twitter. Colin McEnroe, Cat Pastor, Dylan Reyes, and Lily Tyson contributed to this show, which originally aired May 4, 2022.Support the show: http://www.wnpr.org/donateSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

BADLANDS: SPORTSLAND
Patty Hearst: Brainwashing, Cyanide Bullets, and an Heiress-Turned-Terrorist 

BADLANDS: SPORTSLAND

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 36:38


Before Patty Hearst appeared as an actress in John Waters' movies, she captivated America on the silver screen as a hostage terrorized by the Symbionese Liberation Army. When the newspaper heiress was kidnapped by the radical organization in 1974, the country sympathized with her plight. But after just a few months, the SLA's guns weren't pointing at Patty anymore; suddenly, Patty was firing her own weapons during fistfights and bank robberies as a member of the same terrorist group that once kept her locked in a closet. In court, Patty claimed she was brainwashed and that she played along for her own safety. It's true that Patty Hearst gave the performance of a lifetime — but we still don't know which part of her life was the performance.This episode contains themes that may be disturbing to some listeners, including graphic depictions of violence.Follow Badlands wherever you get your podcasts to hear new episodes of Hollywoodland each Wednesday. As a bonus, Amazon Music listeners can hear all 10 episodes of Badlands: Hollywoodland on-demand right now at amazon.com/badlands.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Ozarks at Large Stories
John Waters Coming to Arkansas

Ozarks at Large Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 6:01


John Waters seemingly never rests. The filmmaker, actor, writer and artist will bring his show, "False Negative: An Evening with John Waters" to the Ron Robinson Theater in Little Rock. The show is part of the Six Bridges Book Festival from the Central Arkansas Library System.

The Bible Preacher
Matthew 9:36-38 "We Need To Look" preached by Dr. J. B. Godfrey

The Bible Preacher

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 33:06


When I was two years old, my parents were divorced and I was reared by my grandparents who faithfully sent me to church. At twelve years of age, I accepted Christ as my Savior; however, it was not until I was sixteen that I became serious about serving the Lord. While I was attending a funeral, God called me to preach—a decision I made public in the next church service. I began to study my Bible and to listen to Oliver B. Green, Harold Sightler, Dr. M. R. DeHaan and other great preachers on the radio. I also began to read books by Dr. John R. Rice, R. A. Torrey and other great preachers. The Lord revolutionized my life! At age seventeen I joined the United States Marine Corps as an opportunity to serve my country and be a witness to my fellow Marines. I married Linda Burrell in 1969 and we set out to serve the Lord together. In 1970 we moved to Chattanooga, Tennessee, to attend Tennessee Temple University. Before I took my first class, God used a small article in the Baptist Bible Trumpet, published by Dr. John Waters, to burden my heart about reaching Muslims in the Sahara. The article was written by Dr. Dan Truax, who became my Director for many years. I graduated from Tennessee Temple with a Bachelor's degree in Missions. In December 1973 we joined Baptist International Missions, Inc. (BIMI). After a year of deputation, we arrived in Albertville, France, to study the French language. We spent a year and a half in France and then took a ship down to the country of Senegal, where we worked until 1990. God blessed our years there. Two of our five children were born in Senegal. While there we learned the Wolof language and had the privilege of seeing Muslims come to know Christ. At the request of BIMI, we moved to the country of Zaire in 1991 to reopen the work of missionary Anton Andersen. Just two weeks after our arrival in the village of Tshene, serious fighting broke out in the country. The next eighteen months were filled with many dangers, culminating in our family being airlifted from the country in 1993. During the time we spent in Zaire, we learned another language (Kikongo), saw many people saved, and worked with the many believers who were there. When we arrived back in America, we were going to take a year's medical leave; however, God had other plans for us. Our home church, Grace Baptist Church of Landrum, South Carolina, called me to be their pastor. At the same time, Ambassador Baptist College was in need of an experienced missionary to add to their teaching faculty. For the next nine years I pastored a growing church, taught at Ambassador two days a week, and served on the Executive Board or as an officer of the South Carolina Association of Christian Schools. In August 2001 Dr. Les Frazier asked if I would pray about becoming Far East Director with BIMI. After seven months of prayer and much heart searching, I accepted this position. I resigned as pastor of my church and as instructor at Ambassador in May 2002. For ten years I served as Far East Director. In the summer of 2011, I was asked to serve as Vice President and Executive Director at BIMI. I took that position in January 2012. My tasks are many. We spend time out on the mission fields assisting our missionaries. I do the “Moments for Missions” radio broadcasts. Most weeks I preach in a missions conference or on a college campus. There are also many projects on which I work for Dr. David Snyder at the World Missions Center. We count it a blessing and a privilege to serve a wonderful group of missionaries and the churches which send them out. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thebiblepreacher/message

Meat in the Middle podcast
192 Hair blunts and Crotch Syrup

Meat in the Middle podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 59:45


Andy gets flanked and almost lit up.  Dan has a BBC family moment. Nam gets tragedy adjacent. Tyler holds a cash raffle for stoners. All our guests have tv credits. try not 2 cum.

RealClearPolitics Takeaway
Stuart Scheller, "Crisis of Command"

RealClearPolitics Takeaway

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 41:12


Today on the RealClearDefense podcast “Hot Wash” RCD editor David Craig, contributor John Waters, and host John Sorensen speak with retired Marine Lieutenant Colonel Stuart Scheller, about holding the political and military leadership accountable for the chaotic withdrawal and ultimate Taliban victory after 20 years of fighting in Afghanistan. Scheller, an infantry officer who in part became well known for viral videos on Facebook in which he criticized command for the pull out, is now the author of a new memoir looking at his 17 years in the corps, Crisis of Command: How We Lost Trust and Confidence in America's Generals and Politicians. Can there be accountability for the failures in Afghanistan?

Death, Sex & Money
Inside John Waters' Home (But Not Inside His Colon)

Death, Sex & Money

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 32:06 Very Popular


John Waters is the writer and director of such cult classics like Pink Flamingos, Serial Mom, and his biggest mainstream success, Hairspray. He's been making movies since the 1960s and this year he released his debut novel, Liarmouth: A Feel Bad Romance. The novel is an incredibly dirty romp filled with the kind of taboo storytelling that John Waters revels in. In his work, he shines a light on the worst of us but rarely to ridicule, more as a reminder of how gloriously sinful we can be, as we discussed when I spoke with him in his Manhattan home. His interest in the carnal, though, has its limits. “When I got a colonoscopy, they said, do you wanna watch? No!” he told us. “Why do I wanna go on a fantastic voyage up my a–hole?”  We also talked about money management, aging, and his secret to maintaining his many long friendships. “I do stay in touch and if anything bad happens to you, I call. If you get a bad review, I call. If you go to jail, I definitely am your first visit,” he laughed. “I never don't come visit you if you're in jail.” 

RealClearPolitics Takeaway
Stuart Scheller Crisis of Command

RealClearPolitics Takeaway

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 41:12


Today on the RealClearDefense podcast “Hot Wash” RCD editor David Craig, contributor John Waters, and host John Sorensen speak with retired Marine Lieutenant Colonel Stuart Scheller, about holding the political and military leadership accountable for the chaotic withdrawal and ultimate Taliban victory in Afghanistan. Scheller, an infantry officer who in part became well known for viral videos on Facebook in which he criticized command for the pull out, is now the author of a new memoir looking at his 17 years in the corps, Crisis of Command: How We Lost Trust and Confidence in America's Generals and Politicians. Can there be accountability for the failures in Afghanistan?Subscribe to the RealClearDefense Podcast "Hot Wash"Subscribe to the Morning Recon newsletterfor a daily roundup of news and opinion on the issues that matter for military, defense, veteran affairs, and national security.

RealClear Defense presents Hot Wash
Stuart Scheller, "Crisis of Command"

RealClear Defense presents Hot Wash

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 41:12


Today on the RealClearDefense podcast “Hot Wash” RCD editor David Craig, contributor John Waters, and host John Sorensen speak with retired Marine Lieutenant Colonel Stuart Scheller, about holding the political and military leadership accountable for the chaotic withdrawal and ultimate Taliban victory in Afghanistan. Scheller, an infantry officer who in part became well known for viral videos on Facebook in which he criticized command for the pull out, is now the author of a new memoir looking at his 17 years in the corps, Crisis of Command: How We Lost Trust and Confidence in America's Generals and Politicians. Can there be accountability for the failures in Afghanistan?Subscribe to the RealClearDefense Podcast "Hot Wash"Subscribe to the Morning Recon newsletterfor a daily roundup of news and opinion on the issues that matter for military, defense, veteran affairs, and national security.

Trylove
Episode 192: LOVE LETTER (1953)

Trylove

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 82:56


WWII veteran Reikichi ghostwrites letters for Japanese prostitutes to send to their American GI boyfriends. One of those women happens to be Michiko, Reikichi's lifelong flame – and, as a staunch nationalist and traumatized veteran, he doesn't approve of her consorting with Japan's former enemy. Can he suppress his loyalist purism long enough to recognize the humanity of the person he claims to love? THE PRECISE COMPOSITIONS OF KINUYO TANAKA (Sept 2022 at the Trylon): https://www.trylon.org/films/category/the-precise-compositions-of-kinuyo-tanaka/ CRACKING OPEN THE DISNEY VAULT (Sept at the Trylon): https://www.trylon.org/films/category/cracking-open-the-disney-vault/ Follow us on Twitter at https://twitter.com/trylovepodcast and email us at trylovepodcast@gmail.com to get in touch! Buy tickets and support the Trylon at https://www.trylon.org/. Theme: "Raindrops" by Huma-Huma/"No Smoking" PSA by John Waters. Outro music by Ichirô Saitô from LOVE LETTER. Timestamps 0:00 - Episode 192: LOVE LETTER (1953) 5:05 - Who will atone? 17:08 - ​​This movie in context of postwar Japan 27:45 - Individual culpability for national sins 37:24 - The ending 50:26 - The Junk Drawer 57:33 - Cody's Noteys: First Film Fever

TV Tan Podcast
TV Tan 0421: I ♥ Dicks

TV Tan Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 56:09


(NSFW AF) Bill Frost (SLUGMag.com & X96 Radio From Hell) and Tommy Milagro (SlamWrestling.net) welcome special guests Robin Brown (Magda-Vega) and Eve Jones (Green Pig Pub) for an intellectual(ish) discussion about the evolution of full-frontal male nudity in movies and TV—we're talking dicks, and you've been warned. TV shows and films included here are HBO Max's Minx (the inspiration for this episode), Pam & Tommy, Walk Hard, Dante's Inferno (1911), Boogie Nights, Watchmen, Bronson, Euphoria, The White Lotus, The Boys, Power of the Dog, Midsommar, Titanic, Forgetting Sarah Marshall, The Crying Game, Bruno, John Waters, and more. Drinking: Underground Mules made with Underground Herbal Spirit and fixins from OFFICIAL TV Tan sponsors Ogden's Own Distillery and Boozetique.* Yell at us (or order a TV Tan T-shirt) @TVTanPodcast on Twitter, Facebook, Gmail.* Rate us: Spotify, Stitcher, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, YouTube, Amazon Podcasts, Audible, etc.

Carnival of Randomness
The Carnival Trots Out a Flock of Pink Flamingos to Welcome Jen Marks

Carnival of Randomness

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 69:36


Organized chaos returns to The Carnival as Rob and a slightly late Greg are joined in studio by new guest, owner of Pink Flamingo Salon here in Rochester to talk about the American institution that is John Waters, The Addams Family, The Munsters and all sorts of things in between.Stay tuned after the podcast for a song from returning guest to the show King Buffalo. From the album "Regenerator", we are proud to present "Regenerator". Sit back and enjoy, follow them to listen to more music and continue to stay safe and support local businesses and musicians.Song used with permission, all rights to King Buffalo.Carnival of RandomnessKing BuffaloThe Pink Flamingo - Jen Marks on Facebook

The Bible Preacher
II Timothy 2:1-2 "3 Things God Has Taught Me" preached by Dr. J. B. Godfrey

The Bible Preacher

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 39:53


When I was two years old, my parents were divorced and I was reared by my grandparents who faithfully sent me to church. At twelve years of age, I accepted Christ as my Savior; however, it was not until I was sixteen that I became serious about serving the Lord. While I was attending a funeral, God called me to preach—a decision I made public in the next church service. I began to study my Bible and to listen to Oliver B. Green, Harold Sightler, Dr. M. R. DeHaan and other great preachers on the radio. I also began to read books by Dr. John R. Rice, R. A. Torrey and other great preachers. The Lord revolutionized my life! At age seventeen I joined the United States Marine Corps as an opportunity to serve my country and be a witness to my fellow Marines. I married Linda Burrell in 1969 and we set out to serve the Lord together. In 1970 we moved to Chattanooga, Tennessee, to attend Tennessee Temple University. Before I took my first class, God used a small article in the Baptist Bible Trumpet, published by Dr. John Waters, to burden my heart about reaching Muslims in the Sahara. The article was written by Dr. Dan Truax, who became my Director for many years. I graduated from Tennessee Temple with a Bachelor's degree in Missions. In December 1973 we joined Baptist International Missions, Inc. (BIMI). After a year of deputation, we arrived in Albertville, France, to study the French language. We spent a year and a half in France and then took a ship down to the country of Senegal, where we worked until 1990. God blessed our years there. Two of our five children were born in Senegal. While there we learned the Wolof language and had the privilege of seeing Muslims come to know Christ. At the request of BIMI, we moved to the country of Zaire in 1991 to reopen the work of missionary Anton Andersen. Just two weeks after our arrival in the village of Tshene, serious fighting broke out in the country. The next eighteen months were filled with many dangers, culminating in our family being airlifted from the country in 1993. During the time we spent in Zaire, we learned another language (Kikongo), saw many people saved, and worked with the many believers who were there. When we arrived back in America, we were going to take a year's medical leave; however, God had other plans for us. Our home church, Grace Baptist Church of Landrum, South Carolina, called me to be their pastor. At the same time, Ambassador Baptist College was in need of an experienced missionary to add to their teaching faculty. For the next nine years I pastored a growing church, taught at Ambassador two days a week, and served on the Executive Board or as an officer of the South Carolina Association of Christian Schools. In August 2001 Dr. Les Frazier asked if I would pray about becoming Far East Director with BIMI. After seven months of prayer and much heart searching, I accepted this position. I resigned as pastor of my church and as instructor at Ambassador in May 2002. For ten years I served as Far East Director. In the summer of 2011, I was asked to serve as Vice President and Executive Director at BIMI. I took that position in January 2012. My tasks are many. We spend time out on the mission fields assisting our missionaries. I do the “Moments for Missions” radio broadcasts. Most weeks I preach in a missions conference or on a college campus. There are also many projects on which I work for Dr. David Snyder at the World Missions Center. We count it a blessing and a privilege to serve a wonderful group of missionaries and the churches which send them out. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thebiblepreacher/message

Trylove
Episode 191: BAMBI (1942)

Trylove

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 78:16


In Disney's fifth animated feature, nature maintains and sustains an otherwise rote plot. This episode is a bit silly. But it's a great discussion. I think so, at least. Manny Farber's 1942 review of BAMBI for The New Republic: https://newrepublic.com/article/134248/saccharine-symphony CRACKING OPEN THE DISNEY VAULT (Sept at the Trylon): https://www.trylon.org/films/category/cracking-open-the-disney-vault/ THE PRECISE COMPOSITIONS OF KINUYO TANAKA (Sept 2022 at the Trylon): https://www.trylon.org/films/category/the-precise-compositions-of-kinuyo-tanaka/ Follow us on Twitter at https://twitter.com/trylovepodcast and email us at trylovepodcast@gmail.com to get in touch! Buy tickets and support the Trylon at https://www.trylon.org/. Theme: "Raindrops" by Huma-Huma/"No Smoking" PSA by John Waters. Outro music: “Little April Shower” by Larry Morey and Frank Churchill from the BAMBI soundtrack. Timestamps 0:00 - Episode 191: BAMBI (1942) 4:03 - The Patented Aaron Grossman Summary 6:57 - Contemporary reception and our rewatch experiences 24:20 - What the impressive detail does for the narrative 36:28 - Gender roles 38:35 - Cool guys 48:54 - The Junk Drawer 56:08 - Cody's Noteys: Deerlove (deer trivia)

Anomic Age: The John Age Show
Episode 150 John Waters

Anomic Age: The John Age Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 69:31


John Waters joins us today to talk about the death of the Queen of England and how this connects to the Great Reset. We'll get into how the obfuscation of history and the media control of the narrative have aided in our current global crisis. Guest Link John Waters

Everything Iconic with Danny Pellegrino

Danny sits down with talk show legend Ricki Lake to talk all about her '90s show, working with John Waters on Hairspray, and so much more! Ricki has a new pod called Raised by Ricki debuting September 15!BOOK: Smarturl.it/unrememberTwitter: @DannyPellegrinoInstagram: @DannyPellegrinoPatreon: www.Patreon.com/EverythingIconic Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Todo Que Ver
EP 18: Todo Que Ver Con El Cine de Culto

Todo Que Ver

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 59:23


Jesús Iglesias, Peli De La Semana,  Cristi Sesma, Adrian Murra y Fernando Veloz platican sobre el cine de culto en la cultura pop.Hablaremos de:Back To The Future , Cine Trash, Películas Ficheras, John Waters, Pink Flamingo, Desesperate Living, The Room, Bullet Train, Donnie Darko, El Señor De Los Anillos, Greys Anatomy, Inland Empire, Men, Paris Is Burning, Super Pumped The Battle For Uber, I Am Divine, The Disaster Artist, The Lighthouse, The Lost Boys, The Northman, The Shinning, El Topo, Cannibal Recomendaciones:Men Movie, The Lost Boys Movie, Super Pumped The Battle For Uber Serie, Brick Movie, Do Revenge Serie

Talk'aran'rhiod: The Wheel of Time Showcast
156: Nynaeve, Nynaeve, Nynaeve, Nynaeve (Please Don't Take My Lan)

Talk'aran'rhiod: The Wheel of Time Showcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 61:52


In this week's episode, Joe and Jen are together in a safehouse while Tom stays remote, and they all have a rambling talk about the lack of breaking news and this week's topic - what will Nynaeve do in Season 2? Hear Jen jump right into a new segment! Hear Joe and Tom struggle to stay on track! Hear the fuzz pounding on the door! As always, spoilers abound, as does John Waters's "Cry Baby!"Please show your support by rating/reviewing us. http://getpodcast.reviews/id/1479634263https://www.talkaranrhiod.com/Email: podcast@talkaranrhiod.comTwitter: @arantalkInstagram: talk_aran_rhiodJoin us on Discord: https://dsc.gg/talkaranrhiodYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TalkaranrhiodMerch: https://www.newcreationsbyjen.com/collections/talkaranrhiodSupport the show

Derslik
Pedro Almodóvar (Birinci Bölüm): Çocukluk Yıllarından Madrid'e Doğru

Derslik

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2022 12:32


Yeni bir seriye başlıyoruz: Pedro Almodóvar.  Almodóvar'ın filmlerini daha iyi anlamak için öncelikle  onun çocukluk ve ilk gençlik yıllarına bakıyoruz. Kullandığım KaynaklarSpanish Cinema: A Student's Guide. Barry Jordan, Mark Allinson, London : Hodder Arnold, 2005.All about almodóvar : A passion for cinema. Epps, B., & Kakoudaki, D. 2009.Gay Directors, Gay Films: Pedro Almodovar, Terence Davies, Todd Haynes, Gus Van Sant, John Waters. Emanuel Levy. 2015. Columbia University Press.Pedro Almodóvar: World Directors. Ernesto R. Acevedo-Munoz. 2007. British Film Institute.

The Bible Preacher
III John "5 Men In A Church" preached by Dr. J. B. Godfrey

The Bible Preacher

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 42:55


When I was two years old, my parents were divorced and I was reared by my grandparents who faithfully sent me to church. At twelve years of age, I accepted Christ as my Savior; however, it was not until I was sixteen that I became serious about serving the Lord. While I was attending a funeral, God called me to preach—a decision I made public in the next church service. I began to study my Bible and to listen to Oliver B. Green, Harold Sightler, Dr. M. R. DeHaan and other great preachers on the radio. I also began to read books by Dr. John R. Rice, R. A. Torrey and other great preachers. The Lord revolutionized my life! At age seventeen I joined the United States Marine Corps as an opportunity to serve my country and be a witness to my fellow Marines. I married Linda Burrell in 1969 and we set out to serve the Lord together. In 1970 we moved to Chattanooga, Tennessee, to attend Tennessee Temple University. Before I took my first class, God used a small article in the Baptist Bible Trumpet, published by Dr. John Waters, to burden my heart about reaching Muslims in the Sahara. The article was written by Dr. Dan Truax, who became my Director for many years. I graduated from Tennessee Temple with a Bachelor's degree in Missions. In December 1973 we joined Baptist International Missions, Inc. (BIMI). After a year of deputation, we arrived in Albertville, France, to study the French language. We spent a year and a half in France and then took a ship down to the country of Senegal, where we worked until 1990. God blessed our years there. Two of our five children were born in Senegal. While there we learned the Wolof language and had the privilege of seeing Muslims come to know Christ. At the request of BIMI, we moved to the country of Zaire in 1991 to reopen the work of missionary Anton Andersen. Just two weeks after our arrival in the village of Tshene, serious fighting broke out in the country. The next eighteen months were filled with many dangers, culminating in our family being airlifted from the country in 1993. During the time we spent in Zaire, we learned another language (Kikongo), saw many people saved, and worked with the many believers who were there. When we arrived back in America, we were going to take a year's medical leave; however, God had other plans for us. Our home church, Grace Baptist Church of Landrum, South Carolina, called me to be their pastor. At the same time, Ambassador Baptist College was in need of an experienced missionary to add to their teaching faculty. For the next nine years I pastored a growing church, taught at Ambassador two days a week, and served on the Executive Board or as an officer of the South Carolina Association of Christian Schools. In August 2001 Dr. Les Frazier asked if I would pray about becoming Far East Director with BIMI. After seven months of prayer and much heart searching, I accepted this position. I resigned as pastor of my church and as instructor at Ambassador in May 2002. For ten years I served as Far East Director. In the summer of 2011, I was asked to serve as Vice President and Executive Director at BIMI. I took that position in January 2012. My tasks are many. We spend time out on the mission fields assisting our missionaries. I do the “Moments for Missions” radio broadcasts. Most weeks I preach in a missions conference or on a college campus. There are also many projects on which I work for Dr. David Snyder at the World Missions Center. We count it a blessing and a privilege to serve a wonderful group of missionaries and the churches which send them out. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thebiblepreacher/message

TNT Radio
Stephen Kelly & John Waters on Locked & Loaded with Rick Munn - 08 September 2022

TNT Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 55:48


GUEST 1 OVERVIEW: Stephen Kelly is a former NSW police officer who left due to vaccine mandates. GUEST 2 OVERVIEW: John Augustine Waters is an Irish columnist, author and activist. He started his career with music and politics magazine, Hot Press, and also wrote for the Sunday Tribune newspaper. He later edited the social magazine In Dublin, and the investigative and current affairs magazine Magill. He became a regular columnist at the Irish Times and then the Irish Independent, while authoring some works on non-fiction, and developed The Whoseday Book which raised 3 million euros for charity. He has also been a member of the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland.

Smart Talk
John Waters plans to host film festival at Lancaster college this month

Smart Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 17:34


John Waters, American filmmaker, writer, actor, and artist is most famously known for directing boundary-pushing independent comedies like "Pink Flamingos" and the original "Hairspray”. According to IMDb, John, Baltimore native, rose to fame in the early 1970s when he began making feature films and became popular as his subject matter grew more shocking and polished. Sept. 22nd through the 24th , Waters plans to host a film festival called False Negative - An Evening With John Waters at the Barshinger Center for the Musical Arts at Franklin & Marshall College in Lancaster. Although Waters is now known for being a famous filmmaker, he said he got thrown out of film school. "One line technique is nothing more than failed style," Waters said. "If you like my movies, you called them raw. If you didn't like them, you call them amateur." Waters said he built his career on negative reviews and learned to overcome his failures by telling stories through different mediums. "I believe you get one life and it's not very long in the history of times," Waters said. "It's a split second in the history of the universe. So, I want to do everything I can while I have the chance." He said his upcoming film festival will be a great opportunity for other filmmakers to network and be discovered. For more information about the film festival visit gleaners.site.    Support WITF: https://www.witf.org/support/give-now/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Rock N Roll Pantheon
The Devil's Music: Mink Stole

Rock N Roll Pantheon

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 73:42


The illustrious Mink Stole is a national treasure. Her incredible career has spanned over five decades, beginning in the late 1960's when she and John Waters began their lifelong collaboration; she's had roles in every one of his feature films. She's also a singer and former advice column writer for The Baltimore City Paper. In this episode, Mink and hostess Pleasant Gehman dish about everything from the pre- “Pink Flamingos” days to her bohemian lifestyle in Baltimore, New York and Provincetown. They compare notes on their time served as cellmates in director Steve Balderson's women in prison film “Stuck!” as well as her role as an art agent his latest work, “Alchemy Of The Spirit”, currently making the rounds of film festivals. Mink also spills the beans on her latest foray as a budding pianist, working with Peaches Christ, and a sweet but shocking paranormal experience.Website: www.minkstole.comFacebook: www.facebook.comminkstolefanpage

Trylove
Episode 190: FOREVER A WOMAN (1955) (aka THE ETERNAL BREASTS)

Trylove

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 87:53


Falling in the middle of actress-turned-director Kinuyo Tanaka's directing work, FOREVER A WOMAN (titled in Japanese as THE ETERNAL BREASTS) is an unflinching portrait of a woman seeking to define herself against the assumptions the world makes about her. After divorcing her unfaithful husband, Fumiko is diagnosed with late-stage breast cancer on the cusp of a lucrative poetry career. The people who remain, or become, part of her life – and her willingness to accept their perceptions of her – help define the remainder of her tragically short life. THE PRECISE COMPOSITIONS OF KINUYO TANAKA (Sept 2022 at the Trylon): https://www.trylon.org/films/category/the-precise-compositions-of-kinuyo-tanaka/ CRACKING OPEN THE DISNEY VAULT (Sept at the Trylon): https://www.trylon.org/films/category/cracking-open-the-disney-vault/ Follow us on Twitter at https://twitter.com/trylovepodcast and email us at trylovepodcast@gmail.com to get in touch! Buy tickets and support the Trylon at https://www.trylon.org/. Theme: "Raindrops" by Huma-Huma/"No Smoking" PSA by John Waters. Outro music: End credits music by Takanobu Saitô from the FOREVER A WOMAN soundtrack. Timestamps 0:00 - Episode 190: FOREVER A WOMAN (1955) 02:15 - The episode actually starts 3:36 - Cody's Beanboozled check-in 5:40 - The Patented Aaron Grossman Summary 10:13 - Fumiko's rejection of pity in the face of the world's perception of her 26:04 - The assumptions characters make about Fumiko 40:24 - The visual storytelling 53:22 - The performances 59:20 - Cody's Noteys: Trylove Feud (female directors trivia)

Middle Class Film Class
Gab & Chatter: The Black Phone / Alien / Aliens / Old / Shivers / The Card Counter

Middle Class Film Class

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 65:03


On this episode: THE movie trivia, Killer Klowns video game, and Luca Guadagnino eat your heart out… PLUS! Hellraiser reboot? How about a sequel, and a Rian Johnson Skywlker quadrilogy on the horizon. In news: Heat wave, Arizona, gila monsters, THE movie trivia game, Sound of Metal, The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, The Shawshank Redemption, The Rocky Horror Picture Show, The Avengers, Avengers: Age of Ultron, Hulk, The Incredible Hulk, And Lee, The Lego Movie, Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, The Fate of the Furious, Fast and Furious, The Fast and The Furious, Predator, The Predator, Batman, The Batman, Helen Keller, The Good The Bad and the Ugly, The Lord of The Rings: Return of the King, The Lord of the Rings: Two Towers, Pulp Fiction, The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford, Planet of the Apes, The Good The Bad and the Weird, Pink Flamingos, John Waters, Killer Klowns from Outer Space, Ben Affleck, Jennifer Affleck, Live by Night, Liv Tyler, Verotika, Gigli Jersey Girl, Mallrats, Chiodo Brothers, Marcel the Shell with Shoes On, Timothee Chalamet, Luca Guadagnino, Bones and All, Cannes Film Festival, Tar, Cate Blanchett, Carrie, hall pass, John Stamos, Anderson Cooper, Isla Fisher, Japanese Breakfast, Michael Fassbender, Hellraiser, David Bruckner, Skywalker Trilogy, Taika Waititi, Rian Johnson, Knives Out, Glass Onion, Looper, The Last Jedi, The Force Awakens, Rings of Powerhttp://www.MCFCpodcast.com-Email us at MCFCpodcast@gmail.com    -Leave us a voicemail (209) 730-6010-Get some merch:https://middle-class-film-class.creator-spring.com/-Sponsor - Force Five Podcast - https://www.forcefivepodcast.com/Joseph Navarro    Pete Abeytaand Tyler Noe    Streaming Picks:Shivers - TubiThe Black Phone - PeacockAlien - StarzAliens - StarzThe Card Counter - HBO MaxOld - HBO Max

The Bible Preacher
I Timothy 2:3-4 "4 Simple Things About Missions" preached by Dr. J. B. Godfrey

The Bible Preacher

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 44:59


When I was two years old, my parents were divorced and I was reared by my grandparents who faithfully sent me to church. At twelve years of age, I accepted Christ as my Savior; however, it was not until I was sixteen that I became serious about serving the Lord. While I was attending a funeral, God called me to preach—a decision I made public in the next church service. I began to study my Bible and to listen to Oliver B. Green, Harold Sightler, Dr. M. R. DeHaan and other great preachers on the radio. I also began to read books by Dr. John R. Rice, R. A. Torrey and other great preachers. The Lord revolutionized my life! At age seventeen I joined the United States Marine Corps as an opportunity to serve my country and be a witness to my fellow Marines. I married Linda Burrell in 1969 and we set out to serve the Lord together. In 1970 we moved to Chattanooga, Tennessee, to attend Tennessee Temple University. Before I took my first class, God used a small article in the Baptist Bible Trumpet, published by Dr. John Waters, to burden my heart about reaching Muslims in the Sahara. The article was written by Dr. Dan Truax, who became my Director for many years. I graduated from Tennessee Temple with a Bachelor's degree in Missions. In December 1973 we joined Baptist International Missions, Inc. (BIMI). After a year of deputation, we arrived in Albertville, France, to study the French language. We spent a year and a half in France and then took a ship down to the country of Senegal, where we worked until 1990. God blessed our years there. Two of our five children were born in Senegal. While there we learned the Wolof language and had the privilege of seeing Muslims come to know Christ. At the request of BIMI, we moved to the country of Zaire in 1991 to reopen the work of missionary Anton Andersen. Just two weeks after our arrival in the village of Tshene, serious fighting broke out in the country. The next eighteen months were filled with many dangers, culminating in our family being airlifted from the country in 1993. During the time we spent in Zaire, we learned another language (Kikongo), saw many people saved, and worked with the many believers who were there. When we arrived back in America, we were going to take a year's medical leave; however, God had other plans for us. Our home church, Grace Baptist Church of Landrum, South Carolina, called me to be their pastor. At the same time, Ambassador Baptist College was in need of an experienced missionary to add to their teaching faculty. For the next nine years I pastored a growing church, taught at Ambassador two days a week, and served on the Executive Board or as an officer of the South Carolina Association of Christian Schools. In August 2001 Dr. Les Frazier asked if I would pray about becoming Far East Director with BIMI. After seven months of prayer and much heart searching, I accepted this position. I resigned as pastor of my church and as instructor at Ambassador in May 2002. For ten years I served as Far East Director. In the summer of 2011, I was asked to serve as Vice President and Executive Director at BIMI. I took that position in January 2012. My tasks are many. We spend time out on the mission fields assisting our missionaries. I do the “Moments for Missions” radio broadcasts. Most weeks I preach in a missions conference or on a college campus. There are also many projects on which I work for Dr. David Snyder at the World Missions Center. We count it a blessing and a privilege to serve a wonderful group of missionaries and the churches which send them out. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thebiblepreacher/message

Trylove
Episode 187: SMOOTH TALK (1985)

Trylove

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 71:19


Content warning: This episode includes mention of sexual assault. Joyce Chopra's haunting narrative debut follows Connie, a 15-year-old on summer vacation who slowly and unintentionally lands in the orbit of a man who calls himself Arnold Friend (“a friend”). Amid the throes of family drama, discovering her own burgeoning sexuality, and under the increasingly intense gaze of the men around her, Connie receives her first exposure to the social roles to which patriarchal systems relegate women in a thrilling, terrifying, surreal encounter with Friend. Links: - Siskel & Ebert review (1986): Salvador, Smooth Talk, Crossroads & Turtle Diary https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4C8FBIFf170 - NYFF58 Talk: Smooth Talk with Laura Dern, Joyce Chopra, and Joyce Carol Oates: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jOrTW2dLYCo Buy tickets to “NIC CAGE, NATIONAL TREASURE” (June - Aug 2022 at the Trylon): https://www.trylon.org/films/category/national-treasure/ THE RARE PERFECTION OF LUCRECIA MARTEL (Aug 26-28 at the Trylon): https://www.trylon.org/films/category/the-rare-perfection-of-lucrecia-martel/ CRACKING OPEN THE DISNEY VAULT (Sept at the Trylon): https://www.trylon.org/films/category/cracking-open-the-disney-vault/ Follow us on Twitter at https://twitter.com/trylovepodcast and email us at trylovepodcast@gmail.com to get in touch! Buy tickets and support the Trylon at https://www.trylon.org/. Theme: "Raindrops" by Huma-Huma/"No Smoking" PSA by John Waters. Timestamps 0:00 - Episode 187: SMOOTH TALK (1985) 5:06 - The episode actually starts 9:16 - The Patented Aaron Grossman Summary 11:01 - How SMOOTH TALK sets up its striking final act 21:50 - Connie's relationship with her family 28:05 - ​​Gender roles and Reagan era symbols 34:43 - Aaron's workout corner 36:34 - The A. Friend scene 1:00:55 - Where Connie is at the very end of the movie

Trylove
Episode 189: MANDY (2018) with Dan Nagan

Trylove

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 103:27


Featuring guest Dan Nagan of Everything We Learned (https://twitter.com/adapperdanman)! Red and Mandy live in remote, mountainous California. Jeremiah Sand wants Mandy for his own. When he finally gets her and finds out he can't earn her love, fealty, or fear, he burns her alive in front of her beloved. Red, newly given to the righteous, hellacious power of grief, embarks on a bloodbath rampage to exact vengeance on Sand, his followers, and the tripping, genetically modified sadomasochist biker gang that made Red's pain possible. For being a relatively new film, MANDY has already left its mark on the action/horror space. Thematically evocative of a prog rock paean, visually visceral like a death metal album cover, and dripping with psychedelic horror vibes, its vision never outstrips its execution. It can be slow, strange, off-putting, and unconvincing, but it's not forgettable. It rocks. It's also, sometimes, very good. Find Dan and listen to his movie podcast, Everything We Learned, at the links below: - https://twitter.com/adapperdanman/ - https://letterboxd.com/adapperdanman/ - Everything We Learned on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/everything-we-learned/id1184071273 - If you play Final Fantasy XIV, find Dan on the Diabolo server as “Hulk Smashworth” CRACKING OPEN THE DISNEY VAULT (Sept at the Trylon): https://www.trylon.org/films/category/cracking-open-the-disney-vault/ Follow us on Twitter at https://twitter.com/trylovepodcast and email us at trylovepodcast@gmail.com to get in touch! Buy tickets and support the Trylon at https://www.trylon.org/. Theme: "Raindrops" by Huma-Huma/"No Smoking" PSA by John Waters. Outro music: “Children Of The New Dawn” by Jóhann Jóhannsson from the MANDY soundtrack. Timestamps 0:00 - Episode 189: MANDY (2018) with Dan Nagan 5:08 - The episode actually starts 6:21 - The Patented Aaron Grossman Summary (under exclusive license from AG Enterprises) 12:12 - MANDY is DRIVE ANGRY (2012) by way of PIG (2021) 16:05 - Juggling love and distance between Red and Mandy 23:40 - Absurdity and the presence of Mandy after her death 35:37 - Jeremiah Sand 44:45 - Color, theme, and Red as a ‘hardcore wife guy' 52:51 - MANDY and prog rock as a conduit into the unknown 1:00:42 - MANDY's effectiveness as horror 1:09:32 - The Junk Drawer 1:18:21 - Cody's Noteys: Mandy, Shandy, or Candy (trivia) 1:30:14 - Dan's Detour – A Trylove First

Engines of Our Ingenuity
Engines of Our Ingenuity 2300: Pink Flamingos

Engines of Our Ingenuity

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 3:50


Episode: 2300 Pink Flamingos: vicissitudes in the search for art.  Today, pink flamingos.

Trylove
Episode 188: LA CIÉNAGA (2001) with Nick Kouhi

Trylove

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 79:08


Featuring guest Nick Kouhi (​​https://twitter.com/kouhi_nick)! The debut of Argentinian filmmaker Lucrecia Martel is hot – but in an uncomfortable, sweaty, drenched kind of way. The matriarch of a rural summer home is bedridden after a drunken poolside injury; her cousin brings her family to tend house; her children play with guns in the woods and fish with machetes; there might be a monster lurking next door; it's humid and it almost never seems to rain. Underneath the comings and goings of this middle-class morass, Martel's portrait of life in post-dictatorship Argentina is laced with a certain sense of dread – the feeling that even the ones who want to get out of the swamp are destined to twist in the mud. Find Nick at the following links: “Las Fantasmas de Lucrecia Martel” by Nick Kouhi for Perisphere, the Trylon blog: https://www.perisphere.org/2022/08/25/las-fantasmas-de-lucrecia-martel/ https://twitter.com/kouhi_nick https://whatifcinema.org/essays https://facebook.com/nick.kouhi https://instagram.com/nickkouhi/ THE RARE PERFECTION OF LUCRECIA MARTEL (Aug 26-28 at the Trylon): https://www.trylon.org/films/category/the-rare-perfection-of-lucrecia-martel/ CRACKING OPEN THE DISNEY VAULT (Sept at the Trylon): https://www.trylon.org/films/category/cracking-open-the-disney-vault/ Follow us on Twitter at https://twitter.com/trylovepodcast and email us at trylovepodcast@gmail.com to get in touch! Buy tickets and support the Trylon at https://www.trylon.org/. Theme: "Raindrops" by Huma-Huma/"No Smoking" PSA by John Waters. Timestamps 0:00 - Episode 188: LA CIÉNAGA (2001) with Nick Kouhi 3:49 - Nick's background with Lucrecia Martel 7:13 - The Patented Aaron Grossman Summary (under exclusive license from AG Enterprises) 12:50 - The understated malice uncovered by Martel's revealing style 16:33 - The feeling that nobody can get out of the swamp 21:41 - Motion, emotion, bodies, and Bresson 24:53 - The frustration of a time bomb that just keeps ticking 36:22 - “History repeats itself” and Martel's intersectional view 44:24 - Ghost stories, Argentinian history, and what's outside the frame 57:41 - The Junk Drawer 1:00:32 - Cody's Noteys: Swamplove (Swamp Thing Trivia)

Real Time with Bill Maher
Ep. #610: John Waters, Rob Reiner, Sen. Amy Klobuchar

Real Time with Bill Maher

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2022 54:12 Very Popular


Bill's guests are John Waters, Rob Reiner, and Sen. Amy Klobuchar (Originally aired 08/26/22)See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Bible Preacher
Matthew 26 "Are You A Giver Or A Taker" preached by Dr. J. B. Godfrey

The Bible Preacher

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 40:45


When I was two years old, my parents were divorced and I was reared by my grandparents who faithfully sent me to church. At twelve years of age, I accepted Christ as my Savior; however, it was not until I was sixteen that I became serious about serving the Lord. While I was attending a funeral, God called me to preach—a decision I made public in the next church service. I began to study my Bible and to listen to Oliver B. Green, Harold Sightler, Dr. M. R. DeHaan and other great preachers on the radio. I also began to read books by Dr. John R. Rice, R. A. Torrey and other great preachers. The Lord revolutionized my life! At age seventeen I joined the United States Marine Corps as an opportunity to serve my country and be a witness to my fellow Marines. I married Linda Burrell in 1969 and we set out to serve the Lord together. In 1970 we moved to Chattanooga, Tennessee, to attend Tennessee Temple University. Before I took my first class, God used a small article in the Baptist Bible Trumpet, published by Dr. John Waters, to burden my heart about reaching Muslims in the Sahara. The article was written by Dr. Dan Truax, who became my Director for many years. I graduated from Tennessee Temple with a Bachelor's degree in Missions. In December 1973 we joined Baptist International Missions, Inc. (BIMI). After a year of deputation, we arrived in Albertville, France, to study the French language. We spent a year and a half in France and then took a ship down to the country of Senegal, where we worked until 1990. God blessed our years there. Two of our five children were born in Senegal. While there we learned the Wolof language and had the privilege of seeing Muslims come to know Christ. At the request of BIMI, we moved to the country of Zaire in 1991 to reopen the work of missionary Anton Andersen. Just two weeks after our arrival in the village of Tshene, serious fighting broke out in the country. The next eighteen months were filled with many dangers, culminating in our family being airlifted from the country in 1993. During the time we spent in Zaire, we learned another language (Kikongo), saw many people saved, and worked with the many believers who were there. When we arrived back in America, we were going to take a year's medical leave; however, God had other plans for us. Our home church, Grace Baptist Church of Landrum, South Carolina, called me to be their pastor. At the same time, Ambassador Baptist College was in need of an experienced missionary to add to their teaching faculty. For the next nine years I pastored a growing church, taught at Ambassador two days a week, and served on the Executive Board or as an officer of the South Carolina Association of Christian Schools. In August 2001 Dr. Les Frazier asked if I would pray about becoming Far East Director with BIMI. After seven months of prayer and much heart searching, I accepted this position. I resigned as pastor of my church and as instructor at Ambassador in May 2002. For ten years I served as Far East Director. In the summer of 2011, I was asked to serve as Vice President and Executive Director at BIMI. I took that position in January 2012. My tasks are many. We spend time out on the mission fields assisting our missionaries. I do the “Moments for Missions” radio broadcasts. Most weeks I preach in a missions conference or on a college campus. There are also many projects on which I work for Dr. David Snyder at the World Missions Center. We count it a blessing and a privilege to serve a wonderful group of missionaries and the churches which send them out. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thebiblepreacher/message

Three One G
Cult & Culture Podcast Episode 24 feat. Plack Blague

Three One G

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 57:49


The concept of Cult and Culture began as a short segment created by Justin Pearson, an internationally known musician, record label owner (Three One G Records), author, and actor. He is best known as bassist/vocalist for bands such as Dead Cross, The Locust, and Retox. Justin has come to know and work with a broad spectrum of captivating personalities and brilliant minds, many of which are key figures in the realm of popular culture and cult followings alike. John Waters was one of the first people interviewed for the project- an icon of both cult and culture. Other guests include a broad scope of musicians, producers, authors, and anyone passionate about what they do. In its infancy, segments were shorter, 10-20 minutes, and would be recorded while on tour. Since then, Pearson has collaborated with producer and musician Luke Henshaw (Planet B, Sonido de la Frontera) to build the idea into a proper podcast, now recorded at Penguin Studios in San Diego. The focus is not intended to be solely on people in any one realm, and because guests are friends and family, the conversations are frank, informal, well-informed and genuine. In episode 25 of Cult and Culture, Justin and Luke interview the "hard leather disco” queer duo, Plack Blague. Raws and Loren (also known for his drawings under the moniker Butch Dick Art), who are also long term partners, touch on growing up at different times and places, in Lincoln, Nebraska and San Francisco respectively. The two went through disparate experiences in connection to the gay community growing up, Loren more immersed in it while Raws stuck more to extreme music scenes, with both still being considered outsiders/punks to society at large. They also discuss the importance of confidence, and the power their live performances have on those who may not know what to expect, drawing influence from the likes of Suicide and The Pet Shop Boys to create an atmosphere that is fun but also subversively political by its very existence. Vocalist and founding member of the band, Raws, talks about his past in grindcore band Wasteoid, and the progression from that to “anti-dance” music, eventually evolving into the iteration of Plack Blague that people eagerly sweat to today.

Overlapping Dialogue
Killing Them Softly

Overlapping Dialogue

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 250:18


Grab the cigarillos and hoist the balaclavas: we go us a score in the works! This episode's exploration of crime cinema guides us through the seedy underbellies of Boston...or New Orleans...or Sawmills...or wherever the heck Killing Them Softly, Andrew Dominik's 2012 political diatribe in hood's clothing, takes place. But before we revel in the muck, we partake in a Blue Plate Special selection that salvages something from John Waters's 1972 cult behemoth Pink Flamingos, find a lot to love with the new A24 slasher Bodies Bodies Bodies, and celebrate the bittersweet conclusion of Better Call Saul. We eventually get around to casing the goldmine of a genre movie that is the subject of this episode, one which prompts a discussion of all things Brad Pitt, a consideration of Dominik's updating of novelist George C. Higgins and his source material, and really just find every opportunity to heap love upon Sam Shepard's brief but legendary walk-on performance as Dillon, the man himself. Feel free to skip to 2:16:04 for the beginning of our audio commentary. As always, please like, subscribe, rate, and review us on all of our channels, which include Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and YouTube! Contact us at huffmanbrothersproductions@gmail.com with your questions, comments, and requests. https://crimereads.com/killing-them-softly/ https://thebigwblog.wordpress.com/2022/08/20/storm-in-my-house-the-thrilling-formula-of-bodies-bodies-bodies/

Booked On Rock with Eric Senich
Episode 79 | Fred Goodman ["Rock On Film: The Movies That Rocked The Big Screen"]

Booked On Rock with Eric Senich

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 80:23


When the use of Bill Haley's “Rock Around the Clock” turned 1955's ‘Blackboard Jungle' into a teen sensation and a box-office smash, it proved the opening shot in a cinematic and cultural revolution. Starting with Elvis Presley and the teensploitation films of the '50s and '60s, in “Rock on Film” award-winning author and former Rolling Stone editor Fred Goodman takes readers on a wide-ranging journey through film and pop history. Along the way, he measures the transformative impact of the mid-'60s landmarks ‘A Hard Day's Night' and ‘Don't Look Back' and how they seeded an almost unbelievably broad genre of films made by increasingly ambitious musicians and filmmakers across the past seven decades.From the carefree to the complex, the mindless to the mind-bending, rock films have staked out their own turf by simultaneously celebrating innocence and challenging artistic and social conventions. With an insightful round-up of fifty must-see rock films spanning crowd-pleasers, art-house favorites, underground gems, and undisputed classics, “Rock on Film” surveys the nearly seventy-year canon of a genre like no other.A series of original interviews with Cameron Crowe, Jim Jarmusch, Penelope Spheeris, Taylor Hackford, and John Waters illuminates how rock has influenced the work of some of the most divergent and thoughtful directors in movie history. Illustrated throughout by more than 150 full-color and black-and-white images, “Rock on Film” brings the history of music in the movies to vivid life.Fred Goodman is a former editor at Rolling Stone, whose work has appeared in the New York Times and many other publications. His previous books include the award-winning “The Mansion on the Hill: Dylan, Young, Geffen, Springsteen and the Head-on Collision of Rock and Commerce” and “Why Lhasa de Sela Matters”. He lives in New York.Purchase a copy of "Rock On Film: The Movies That Rocked The Big Screen" through Running Press/Hachette Books: https://www.runningpress.com/titles/fred-goodman/rock-on-film/9780762478422/Listen to a playlist of the music discussed in this episode: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/3hwrIK14MYd5x9dDBzle0Y?si=bcae48b608304127The Booked On Rock Website: www.bookedonrock.comFollow The Booked On Rock with Eric Senich:FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/bookedonrockpodcastTWITTER: https://twitter.com/bookedonrockINSTAGRAM: www.instagram.com/bookedonrockpodcast/?hl=enSupport Your Local Bookstore! Find your nearest independent bookstore here: www.indiebound.org/indie-store-finderContact The Booked On Rock Podcast:thebookedonrockpodcast@gmail.comThe Booked On Rock Music: “Whoosh” & “Nasty” by Crowander (www.crowander.com)

The Devil's Music with Pleasant Gehman
The Devil's Music 47: Mink Stole

The Devil's Music with Pleasant Gehman

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 73:42


The illustrious Mink Stole is a national treasure. Her incredible career has spanned over five decades, beginning in the late 1960's when she and John Waters began their lifelong collaboration; she's had roles in every one of his feature films. She's also a singer and former advice column writer for The Baltimore City Paper. In this episode, Mink and hostess Pleasant Gehman dish about everything from the pre- “Pink Flamingos” days to her bohemian lifestyle in Baltimore, New York and Provincetown. They compare notes on their time served as cellmates in director Steve Balderson's women in prison film “Stuck!” as well as her role as an art agent his latest work, “Alchemy Of The Spirit”, currently making the rounds of film festivals. Mink also spills the beans on her latest foray as a budding pianist, working with Peaches Christ, and a sweet but shocking paranormal experience.Website: www.minkstole.comFacebook: www.facebook.comminkstolefanpage

Midday
John Waters on his debut novel, 'Liarmouth: A Feel-Bad Romance'

Midday

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 48:32


Today, we revisit a conversation Tom had in May with John Waters. He's the director of 16 films, a visual artist with museum shows to his credit, a spoken word artist who performs in venues around the world, an actor, and a pitchman for haute couture.  He is also a Son of Baltimore and one of America's most original and enduring voices in the arts, with a deep artistic palette. Waters is the author of several books of non-fiction, including his memoir, Mr. Know it All, a road trip diary called Carsick, and Role Models, his compendium of profiles of people who have influenced his work. Waters' non-fiction commentary is fascinating, funny, insightful and often a bit outrageous. His latest book is his first novel, a book that dials up the outrageousness in a big, wild way. His protagonist is as despicable as they come, and the entourage of people in her orbit are as odd as anyone we encountered in the cult classic movies John Waters made more than 50 years ago. It's called Liarmouth, which Waters describes as a “feel bad romance.” John Waters joined Tom on our digital line from his home in Baltimore. Because our show was pre-recorded, we can't take any new calls or comments, and before we listen to the conversation, we want you to know that John's book makes more than a few explicit sexual references, and he and Tom refer to a few of them.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Spliced Together
Episode 68 | John Waters, Vol. 1

Spliced Together

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 125:51


Filth is my LIFE! It's time to talk about everyone's favorite trashy auteur, John Waters! We talk about five of Waters' films and discuss their most shocking moments and funniest lines. Our Letterboxd: https://boxd.it/hXjp2 Intro Music Composed by Hsiang-Ming Wen: http://hmwen.com

They Must Be Destroyed On Sight!
TMBDOS! Episode 263: ”Eating Raoul” (1982).

They Must Be Destroyed On Sight!

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 104:29


Lee and Leah are back to cover the Paul Bartel written and directed "Eating Raoul" (1982). Many asides come up this week when the hosts are not gushing over the amazing chemistry of Paul Bartel and Mary Woronov. Some things brought up include the depictions of rape in the film; comparing this film's style to John Waters' style, and how Waters' would have done this differently even though the subject matter is very similar to his films; the twisted moral values of the Blands; the lack of a strong counterparts to our protagonists in a political sense; the depictions of sex work in the film; how sexy Mary Woronov was; some of the funny gags; proper use of a dildo in one's asshole, and much more. Also: what the hosts have watched recently and they play a round of the IMDB Ratings game. "Eating Raoul" IMDB  Check out Leah's inspirational father, Robert Hardy The Walker-Runner.  Check out Lee's appearance on Motion Picture Massacre.  Featured Music: "Gimme the Cash, Jack" by Bruce Scott and "Exactly Like You" by Jonathan Beres

Video Store Memoirs
Cry-Baby

Video Store Memoirs

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 84:47


Kevin and Jana dive into their weirdest review yet, John Waters' 1990 cult film Cry-Baby --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

K8lyn Cracks The Code
6. CRACKING: John Waters On Apollo 11

K8lyn Cracks The Code

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 3:20


This episode means so much to me because my guest, John Waters, or as I like to call him- Papa, talks about his time working at NASA as an engineer. His work contributed to the moon landing mission in 1969 with Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin, and all the other amazing men and women who were a part of Apollo 11. He worked in the simulator himself where he practiced docking in space and landing on the moon. Enjoy my favorite episode yet :)MY SOCIALS-KCTC:https://www.tiktok.com/@kctcpodhttps://www.instagram.com/kctcpod/?hl=enPersonal:https://www.tiktok.com/@k8lynandersonhttps://www.instagram.com/k8lynanderson/?hl=en

A Piece of Pie: The Queer Film Podcast
Episode 94 - Hairspray (1988 & 2007)

A Piece of Pie: The Queer Film Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 88:38


In 1988, John Waters, the Sultan of Sleaze himself, released what might be called his sweetest movie, Hairspray. Starring Ricki Lake, Sonny Bono, and Divine, it was the first time a Waters character had a conscience, and set out to do the right thing. It retains a lot of his sensibilities, but it can easily be seen as his attempt at a Hollywood ending. It worked, because the film became a cult classic and eventually would be turned into a hit Broadway musical, and then of course, Hollywood adapted the musical for the screen in 2007. It polishes off some of the rougher edges, casts John Travolta as a woman, Michelle Pfieffer as a racist and Zac Efron as, what else, but a teen heartthrob. For the first time ever, we've paired a movie and it's remake to look at what makes each of them work and where they fall short. Matthew joins Brian as they discuss all this and more!

BROADWAY NATION
Episode 76: 20 Years of HAIRSPRAY, part 2

BROADWAY NATION

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 56:21


My guests on Broadway Nation today are the Tony Award winning songwriting team of Marc Shaiman & Scott Wittman who join me to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of Hairspray – The Musical. That's right! It was 20 years ago, during the summer of 2002, that Hairspray first received its World Premiere in June at Seattle's 5th Avenue Theatre (where at that time I had the great pleasure and privilege of serving as that theater's Producing Artistic Director). Then, just three months later, the show became an instant hit when it debuted on Broadway on August 15th at the Neil Simon Theatre, where it would go on to run for 2,642 performances! In this episode Marc & Scott take us inside the creation of Hairspray, how it began, how it developed over four workshops, and how they collaborated with a team of outstanding theatermakers including bookwriters Mark O'Donnell & Tom Meehan, director Jack O'Brian, choreographer Jerry Mitchell, lead producer Margo Lion, and John Waters who wrote and directed the quirky film on which the musical is based. Our conversation is filled with great behind the scenes stories that include: Harvey Fierstein's contributions to the script, how they “tortured” Marissa Jaret Winokur, the many songs they wrote for “Velma Von Tussle” (Linda Hart), the legendary night the Seattle Men's Chorus attended the show, and how Mathew Morrison is a lot like Shirley MacLaine! In short, it was an absolute delight to reminisce with Scott & Marc about that eventful summer 20 years ago that changed all of our lives! The episode ends with the inside scoop about their upcoming show, Some Like It Hot, which will open on Broadway in December.   Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Trylove
Episode 186: ELECTRA, MY LOVE (1974) with Nazeeh Alghazawneh

Trylove

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 68:38


With writer and former Trylon volunteer Nazeeh Alghazawneh (https://twitter.com/naazeeehh)! In the bones of ELECTRA, MY LOVE, there sits one of the most important Greek myths. But the surface of Miklós Jancsó's anti-Soviet retelling is reserved for a more direct comment on eternal cycles of power, the need for change in those who hold it, and the effect it has on those subject to it. Comprising only 12 shots over its 70-some minute runtime, ELECTRA, MY LOVE isn't subtle in form or theme, which makes it at once an entertaining watch and a deeply meaningful statement from a leading Marxist filmmaker in Communist Hungary. Find Nazeeh and his works at these links: - https://twitter.com/naazeeehh - https://awtthaaus.com/ - https://letterboxd.com/nazeeh/ - https://photogenie.be/goddamn-you-harvey/ Buy tickets to “NIC CAGE, NATIONAL TREASURE” (June - Aug 2022 at the Trylon): https://www.trylon.org/films/category/national-treasure/ Follow us on Twitter at https://twitter.com/trylovepodcast and email us at trylovepodcast@gmail.com to get in touch! Buy tickets and support the Trylon at https://www.trylon.org/. Theme: "Raindrops" by Huma-Huma/"No Smoking" PSA by John Waters. Timestamps 0:00 - Episode 186: ELECTRA, MY LOVE (1974) with Nazeeh Alghazawneh 3:33 - The Patented Aaron Grossman Summary (under exclusive license from AG Enterprises) 4:45 - Why the form works, the problem with adaptations of Greek myths, and more 9:58 - Bodies as landscape, world, and storytelling 24:59 - A Marxist reading 39:55 - The script goes hard 44:49 - The Junk Drawer 47:17 - Cody's Noteys: Trylibs - Greek Mythology