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Tananarive Due understands horror. She's written it, she's studied it, she teaches about it at UCLA in a class that has Jordan Peele come by to explain his perspective. There's something unique about Black horror films like Get Out or Candyman—they're not usually just a madman going around killing. There's usually some political angle that relates to the challenge of being Black in America. Tananarive talks about this and much more about the art and science of Black horror films including the work of Jordan Peele. Instagram: @toureshow Twitter: @toure Toure Show Episode 299 Host & Writer: Touré Senior Producer: Jackie Garofano Assistant Producer: Adell Coleman Editor: Ryan Woodhall Photographers: Chuck Marcus, Shanta Covington, and Nick Karp Booker: Claudia Jean The House: DCP Entertainment Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
A group of podcast cohosts must protect each other from the parasite that infected their friend, and made him make a dumb, stupid announcement. On Episode 488 of Trick or Treat Radio we kick off December Double Feature Cram Jam as we cover the films Black Friday from director Casey Tebo, and The Banishing from director Christopher Smith! There is also an announcement that concerns the future of the Podcast you'll want to hear. So grab your favorite alien/zombie hybrid killing weapon, make sure to look for any hidden cultists in your closet, and strap on for the world's most dangerous podcast!Stuff we talk about: Jordan Peele, Nope, Ralph Dibny, snow in December, Matrix Resurrections, Heels, Stephen Amell, Yellowstone, Christopher Reeves, Letters to Cleo, Superman paralyzed, Christopher Not-Walken, Young Guns, Ravenshadow on a Horse, Blaze of Glory, Tango and Cash 2, Heisman Pose, Luke Skywalker's motivation for leaving Tatooine, Tatooinian, Temuera Morrison, The Book of Boba Fett, The Mandalorian, Nightmare Alley, Guillermo del Toro, What We Do in the Shadows, Naked Lunch, Peter Weller, William S. Burroughs, Jack Kerouac, Dark City, Starman, Vampire lore, Nosferatu, The Breakfast Club of Vampires, cunning linguist, Hercules Hernandez, He-Man, Nature vs Nurture, Pepe Le Pews, Jiangshi, Vampires, Bombarella, Black Friday, Bruce Campbell, Idle Hands, Casey Tebo, Pan's Labyrinth, Ivana Baquero, Michael Jai White, The Evil Dead, Black Dynamite, Get Your Boba On, Robert Kurtzman, The Thing, Toxic Avenger, Spawn, Blade, Dave Foley, Kids in the Hall, Sean Harris, The Banishing, Christopher Smith, Edgar Allan Poe, occultist that like to dance, Dick Tracy, narcolepsy, latitudes and gratitudes, The Borley Rectory, Titane, Julia Ducournau, Last Night in Soho, Edgar Wright, Giallo Films, The Psychic, jumping in leaf piles, Bill By Force, Botanist, Hammer Dulcimer, Lost in Vegas, Slayer, the big announcement that will change the face of Trick or Treat Radio moving forward, and The Good Time Occultist.Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/trickortreatradioJoin our Discord Community: discord.trickortreatradio.comSend Email/Voicemail: mailto:email@example.comVisit our website: http://trickortreatradio.comStart your own podcast: https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=386Use our Amazon link: http://amzn.to/2CTdZzKFB Group: http://www.facebook.com/groups/trickortreatradioTwitter: http://twitter.com/TrickTreatRadioFacebook: http://facebook.com/TrickOrTreatRadioYouTube: http://youtube.com/TrickOrTreatRadioInstagram: http://instagram.com/TrickorTreatRadioSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/trickortreatradio)
We felt like only an extra long episode could do this movie justice as we head to visit our girlfriend's parents and things arent quite as they seem! Join us for Jordan Peele's directorial debut in 2017's Get Out! For more interviews and content, become a blood donor today and visit www.dontgooutthere.com!
"She used to be a 'lip-kisser' and I was never comfortable with it, but that was her thing."We talk about gross couples with huge age gaps in this one! Ammon's back!0:00 -- Intro (Rocky IV, Anderson filmmakers)12:49 -- Funny Face44:03 -- Harold and Maude1.15:44 -- Shopgirl1.43:45 -- Awards and rankings2.22:50 -- Future business2.31:07 -- Outro and outtakesHey! Be sure to watch Heidi, Ernest Saves Christmas, and Muppets Christmas Carol for next time! Hey! Hear Ammon on the first season of Hotel Bar Sessions!Hey! Hear Ammon on Black Mirror Reflections!Hey! Hear Ammon on Black Mirror Reflections again!Hey! See Ammon lecture about Jordan Peele's Us!Hey! Gap in Black!Hey! Ebert's Harold and Maude review!Hey! AFI top romantic comedies!Hey! Cinecast (Filmspotting) review of Shopgirl!Hey! "Harold and Joe"!Hey! Leave us a voicemail at (801) 896-4542!Hey! Subscribe in iTunes!Hey! Check out the Facebook page and vote on the next category!Hey! Check out Jon's YM&T Letterboxd list!Hey! Check out Roy's YM&T Letterboxd list!Hey! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org! Send new topics! Send new theme songs!Download this episode right here!
This week, Henry & Colin are joined by three fan studies scholars, andré m. carrington,author of Speculative Blackness: The Future of Race in Science Fiction; Abigail De Kosnik, author of #identity: Hashtagging Race, Gender, Sexuality, and Nation; and Rukmini Pande author of Fandom, Now in Color and Squee from the Margins. We talk about how race has been addressed (or not) in fandoms and fan studies, digging into recent fandom controversies over race, such as Star Wars: The Last Jedi, and the legacy of fandom's roots in America. We ask how Squid Games can be the most popular series on Netflix, even as we are seeing an unprecidented wave of anti-Asian hate crimes or why fandom has tended to ignore some of the characters of color who have emerged through popular entertainment franchises. Ultimately, how can we look beyond the competing narratives of “fandom will save us” vs. “toxic fandom” for more nuanced ways to understand and deal with societal biases through fandoms?A full transcript of this episode will be available soon!Here are some of the references from this episode, for those who want to dig a little deeper:andré m. carrington - Associate Professor of English at the University of California-Riverside, author of Speculative Blackness: The Future of Race in Science FictionAbigail De Kosnik - Associate Professor and Director, Berkeley Center for New Media, author of #identity: Hashtagging Race, Gender, Sexuality, and NationRukmini Pande - Associate Professor, Literary Studies and Writing, Jindal School of Liberal Arts & Humanities, author of Fandom, Now in Color and Squee from the MarginsOriginal Star Trek series – origins of fandomStar Wars Last Jedi trolling - Kelly Marie Tran, Krystina Arielle, John BoyegaTolkien fandom dust-upEarly Sherlock Holmes fan clubsStar Trek, Blake's 7 60s-70sEarly internet fandom – usenet, geo cities, yahoo groupsLive JournalFan Pressure to integrate:Jordan Peele's Twilight Zone RebootAva duVernay's A Wrinkle in TimeDisney's live action version The Little MermaidThe Flash – pushback on casting Iris as BlackNetflix announces Squid Game is bigger than BridgertonWendy Chun – High-Tech orientalismConcept of “ships”/"shipping"Bong Joon-ho, Steven YeunBruce Lee (actor) vs. Kato in the Green Hornet (character)Simu Liu (actor) vs. Shang-Chi (character)Korean media wave: BTS, ParasiteFan fiction and diversity/inclusionSorry to Bother You (Boots Riley)Tenoch Huerta as Namor (Black Panther character)Oscar IsaacTony LeungLead Users and Democratizing Innovation book by Eric Von HippleRobert KozinetsReview of #Republic (and the value of deliberating enclaves) by David WeinbergerMichael Saler - a public sphere of the imaginationEpisode #79: Hope for New Online Public Spaces with Talia Stroud and Eli PariserShare your thoughts via Twitter with Henry, Colin and the How Do You Like It So Far? account! You can also email us at email@example.com.Music:“In Time” by Dylan Emmett and “Spaceship” by Lesion X.––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––In Time (Instrumental) by Dylan Emmet https://soundcloud.com/dylanemmetSpaceship by Lesion X https://soundcloud.com/lesionxbeatsCreative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported — CC BY 3.0Free Download / Stream: https://bit.ly/in-time-instrumentalFree Download / Stream: https://bit.ly/lesion-x-spaceshipMusic promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/AzYoVrMLa1Q––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––
Andy and Alyssa read Goosebumps Series 2000 #2: Bride of the Living Dummy. Along the way they discuss Goodnight Mommy (2015), passive aggression, Slappy's new look, anger and anxiety, artist dads, The Bone Collector (1999), awkward gags, children's entertainers, coffin questions, Slappy's themes, heteropatriarchy, domestic abuse and implied sexual assault, child brides, Blue Velvet (1986), What Lies Beneath (2000), Jack Ketchum's The Girl Next Door (1989), Labyrinth (1986), Book 1 of A Series of Unfortunate Events (1999), the "Once More with Feeling" episode of Buffy the Vampire Slayer (2001), marriage, the Satanic Panic, bombing on stage, "The Comedian" episode of Jordan Peele's Twilight Zone (2019), "Caesar and Me" and "The Dummy" episodes of Rod Serling's Twilight Zone (1964, 1962), Mr. Jelly from Psychoville (2009-2011), "girl versions" or distaff counterparts, Bride of Chucky (1998), Tourist Trap (1979), Mannequin (1987), possessions, The Conjuring 2 (2016), The Exorcist (1973),the trope of heterosexual as horror, Ira Levin's Rosemary's Baby and The Stepford Wives (1962 and 1976), Swallow (2019), rom-com tropes, expository diaries, Dracula (1987), The Prestige (2006), V for Vendetta (2005), villains' backstories, Anakin Skywalker, Halloween 2 (1981), Curse of Chucky (2013), Cult of Chucky (2017), sorcerers, the secret lives of inanimate objects, and what Slappy wants with a bride. // Music by Haunted Corpse // Follow @saypodanddie on Twitter and Instagram, and get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org
Mythbusters Kari and Tory join Danny and Jenny for an inebriated-ly good time. 03:52 Guest Introductions 07:23 Tory asks Danny about Comicon 10:30 Creepy fan gifts 17:50 Birdie stories 24:30 How many pushups can the Mythbusters do? 27:00 Kari's book, Crash Test Girl. 32:50 Comedic heroes 33:29 Tory tells his “Clint Eastwood” story for the first time ever 38:59 Danny name drops 41:59 Tory worked on Star Wars and talks about it 44:00 Rob Delaney's tweet: https://twitter.com/robdelaney/status/210044154506526720 48:25 BetOnline.ag - Promocode: CLNS50 52:45 A plea to Eli Braden 53:13 Danny lived with someone from The Howard Stern Show 55:54 JD Harmeyer and Gary Del'Abate 57:58 How Tory got on Mythbusters 01:01:35 Dewey arrives and plugs 01:03:50 Jenny does something really sweet for Danny's kid via Jordan Peele. 01:09:09 Dining with the Mythbusters 01:11:56 Dewey humps someone Buy Kari's book Crash Test Girl: https://www.amazon.com/Crash-Test-Girl-Experiment-Scientific/dp/0062749773 Give to BlueCure.org! Get Danny's new book for charity: www.HeStartedIt.com Follow us on twitter: @ToryBelleci @Karibyron @jennyjohnsonhi5 @dannyzuker @doinitpodcast @theguydf Follow us on twitter: @ToryBelleci @Karibyron @jennyjohnsonhi5 @dannyzuker @doinitpodcast @theguydf
A special (belated) episode, meaning November is is still spooky month - which is Brooke's true nightmare. 127 Hours with a Film Kid: Brooke gives a quick IATSE update, followed by Netflix's employee walkout, and Ruby Rose's allegations against CW/WBTV. Us: A surprise pairing caused directly by Lindsey, we manage to discuss the reasons we don't want kids (mainly their ability to see shadow people), a new conspiracy Lindsey has concocted around the restaurant industry, and when is the time for men to stop being allowed to make decisions. Replicas: In a movie where there are literally no consequences despite setting up all of the immediate consequences, we discuss how a man ineptly tries to get away with murdering his entire family, despite not murdering his entire family. We also discover that while Lindsey may have a face-blindness for actors, it certainly is not height-blindness. Film Kids Giant Squids is produced and hosted by Lindsey Buttel and Brooke Hoppe. Intro music is by the band Poly Action. Transition music is The Leviathan Part III by Mad Scientist Mike All licensed under CC BY 3.0 Find Us Onlinehttps://filmkidsgiantsquids.comhttps://twitter.com/FilmSquidsPodhttps://www.instagram.com/filmsquidspod/https://www.facebook.com/filmsquidspod
"Comedy vs. opera! Who will win? No one."Our old pal AMMON returns as a FULL guest with three movies from THIS year that are also OVER two hours LONG. The result is another pod over three hours. Sorry to everybody for the time commitment this requires. I think I forgot to mention that the 2021 Baron Harkonnen must have been based on Brando's Kurtz. Also we forgot to mention the interestingness of Paul Atreides as a messiah built by the people rather than descended from the divine. Also we forgot to mention that there is not just a 1984 version of Dune, but also a 1984 Green Knight movie with Sean Connery and Ator the Fighting Eagle and also there's a 1984 Annette Funicello movie. What a weird time warp.0:00 -- Intro (a few college flashbacks)6:45 -- Movie prologues16:59 -- The Green Knight1.00:23 -- Annette1.28:17: -- Dune2.05:35 -- Awards and rankings2.54:12 -- Future business3.06:45 -- Outro and outtakesHey! Be sure to watch Funny Face, Harold and Maude, and Shopgirl for next time! Hey! Hear Ammon on the first season of Hotel Bar Sessions!Hey! Hear Ammon on Black Mirror Reflections!Hey! Hear Ammon on Black Mirror Reflections again!Hey! See Ammon lecture about Jordan Peele's Us!Hey! See that Sparks documentary!Hey! See that Lynch Dune!Hey! Chewbacca is Luke's father!Hey! Krusty hates ladders!Hey! "Angst In My Pants" by Sparks!Hey! "Eaten By the Monster of Love" by Sparks!Hey! "Music That You Can Dance To" by Sparks!Hey! "This Town Ain't Big Enough for Both of Us" by Sparks!Hey! "Tryouts for the Human Race" by Sparks!Hey! See the Dune prologue that was on TV in the eighties but wasn't in the 1984 Dune movie!Hey! Read the NEGATIVE Dune review that made me want to see it in the theater!Hey! Leave us a voicemail at (801) 896-4542!Hey! Subscribe in iTunes!Hey! Check out the Facebook page and vote on the next category!Hey! Check out Jon's YM&T Letterboxd list!Hey! Check out Roy's YM&T Letterboxd list!Hey! Email us at email@example.com! Send new topics! Send new theme songs!Download this episode right here!
In this episode, Dr. Hettie V. Williams discusses the cult classic Candyman with Dr. Lisa Dinella and Professor Claude Taylor. Dinella is Professor of Psychology at Monmouth University, Principal Investigator of the Gender Development Laboratory, and Director of the Program in Gender and Intersectionality Studies (PGIS), and Professor Taylor is Director of Academic Transition and Inclusion at Monmouth and he also teaches several courses in media studies at Monmouth. This conversation is focused specifically on race and gender in the slasher film with a focus on the 1992 and 2021 versions of Candyman starring Tony Todd as “Candyman.” Dinella and Taylor consider how gender and race are represented in this genre and how filmmakers Jordan Peele and Nia DaCosta have extended the boundaries of this genre to focus more intently on race, gender and social problems.
Audra Russell speaks with horror authors Sylvester Barzey, Michelle Lane & Steven Van Patten.There's a misconception that Black horror authors only recently came on the scene after Jordan Peele's debut horror film. But Black people have been on the horror scene along.We have a great time discussing Black authors in the horror space, expectations for the future, diversity in horror, and making stories believable (because we all know Black folks ain't going to investigate not one sound out in anybody's darkness LOL!).A truly thought-provoking, honest, and funny conversation about Black horror.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/user?u=29642304)
It's Hallowe'en - so we HAVE to talk about a scary movie. But Jordan Peele's 2017 masterpiece is no run-of-the-mill horror flick. Get Out takes the casual racism and stereotyping that people of colour experience every day and turns it into a provocative "social thriller."Blake and Rich are full of questions for Kofi about how we interact about race within our own friendship. We discuss how black people are objectified, how they are made to feel invisible, and how Jordan Peele and an outstanding cast - led by Daniel Kaluuya - created such a profound and thrilling film.
TERROR NO CINEMOU! Seguindo a tradição dos anos anteriores, na semana do Dia das Bruxas, vamos falar de filme de terror por aqui. Em 2019 fomos de Midsommar, em 2020, O Enigma de Outro Mundo, e dessa vez será uma dobradinha com A Lenda de Candyman e Maligno. O primeiro, um remake/continuação do terror da década de 1990, estrelado por Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, dirigido por Nia DaCosta (que vai comandar The Marvels!) e que também roteirizou o filme com o produtor do longa Jordan Peele. Já o segundo, é o novo filme de James Wan, criador de franquias como Jogos Mortais, Sobrenatural e o universo compartilhado de Invocação do Mal. Uma dobradinha bacana para discutir o gênero, dentro de perspectivas e realizações diferentes, seja em uma temática mais moderna ou na busca por algo mais clássico. E se semana passada falamos um monte de Duna, no Papinho deste episódio vamos comentar o que esperar da já confirmada continuação da saga de Paul Atreides. Então bora lá porque se é Halloween, é dia de Cinemou de Terror! SEJA UM FÃ-SÓCIO E SE JUNTE AO NOSSO FANCLUBE! Apoie o Cinemou no Sparkle! RICARDO RENTE Youtube Twitter Instagram Letterboxd ALEXANDRE ALMEIDA Textos do Alexandre Twitter Instagram Letterboxd SIGA O CINEMOU! Twitter Instagram Youtube Twitch CINEMOU.COM --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/cinemoupodcast/message
On this very special episode of Cinedicate, we are celebrating Halloween by taking a look at Jordan Peele's filmography as a director. With a crew comprised of genre-lovers, screenplay authors, and movie-goers, we take a stab at Jordan Peele's horror career and decide if he is a modern-day visionary or a flash in the pan. From his directorial debut with Get Out in 2017 to his horror anthology reboot of the classic series The Twilight Zone in 2019, we also make a prediction of what his upcoming horror movie Nope we be all about. Only time will tell if our predictions will pan out. Connect with Cinedicate on these social platforms! Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cinedicate/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/cinedicate/ Discord: https://www.cinedicate.com/discord
Halloween Spooktacular Episode #5 - ‘Get Out' (2017) - Another horror review for my countdown to October 31st. This one is Jordan Peele's masterful directorial debut 'Get Out'. I talk about why this film is just so damn good. Have a listen... Thank you all for your support, it means a great deal to me. Please subscribe and review the podcast below, it helps me get noticed among all the podcasts out there. Please submit your mailbag questions to firstname.lastname@example.org as well. Ask me anything; film, television, personal questions, I would love to hear from you all. Also see the links below to my Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Patreon & Letterbox: Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/ozmoviegeek/ Twitter - twitter.com/Ozmoviegeek Instagram - www.instagram.com/oz_movie_geek Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/rss/ozmoviegeek?auth=WB9xHsYLCTHAAdhndp6jfICGqRu0prLp Letterboxd - https://letterboxd.com/patto144/ Scarlet Woodworks - https://www.instagram.com/scarlet_woodworks/?hl=en Shop @ Kicks - https://www.kicks.com.au/ - use code OZGEEK15 to receive 15% off your order. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/christopher-pattison/message
Episode 12-Season 6 of Haunted AF is PACKED with haunted houses! Ghosts that tap on windows, pull hair and apparently rummage through the kitchen cabinets. We also try our hardest to help someone who has recorded whispers in his bedroom at night (yikes)! Remember to send your Doll in the Hall Challenge videos by THIS FRIDAY (10/22) for a chance to win $200 of goodies from WickedCatClothing.com. Season 6 ends next week too so you only have a week left to send those stories to email@example.com! Big thanks also to the City of Ghosts and Myths, Magic & Murder podcasts for sponsoring Haunted AF this week!
TJ must have been replaced by [spoiler] because he has willingly agreed to do his first dive into horror movies! Long live the new Prince of Spoops, Jordan Peele, as we jump into his breakout horror films, Get Out and Us. We ain't scare. We ain't scare no things. Join us as we discuss inherent racial overtones, the complacency of white women, convoluted backstories, and ask TJ to finally shut up about Avatar: The Last Airbender. (He will not.) Follow us on IG and Twitter @redteampod, and check out redteampod.com where you can vote on our next show for Reject or Renew!
Don't say his name five times, or we're all in for it! Director Nia DaCosta and producer Jordan Peele cooked up this scary new take on 'Candyman' with Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Teyonah Parris, Colman Domingo, and Vanessa Williams that has the three of us buzzing like bees. As we continue diving deep into our Legacy of Horror mini-marathon, Matt discusses what it was like to speak with DaCosta about how she's reinterpreted the original Black slasher, Alex gives bloody backstory on the REAL Candyman killers, and Rocco explains why this film gets even better with multiple viewings... but stop before you get to five!The NeverEnding Movie Marathon is a weekly podcastic celebration of cinema. Dive deep into fan-favorite films (#NoStinkers!), thematically curated to enhance your movie viewing by hosts Matt Detisch, Alex Logan, and Michael Rocco.Find us on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook or at neverendingmoviemarathon.com
Brian and Angelo unpack this week's Unleashed Apple event. Good news, plebs: Macbook ports are back. They then share some ideas for spooky stuff to watch, just in time for Halloween (one of Brian's top 3 holidays, up there with National Friendship Day and Arbor Day).
In light of the recent sequel from Nia DeCosta and Jordan Peele, Nick and Nico discuss the original cult classic Candyman, obviously without saying it five times in a row. Chat with the TMT Community on Discord! For More TMT Shenanigans: toomanythoughtsmedia.com Twitter: @TMT_Media, @tackyslacks, @funnynicotweets, @someadamhall E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Subscribe and Rate on Apple Podcasts!
Rick Guzman is an improviser and crewmember for TV & film in New York City. Rick talks about his love of spooky things, being born and raised in Queens, how he tries to stand out to be remembered, fun stories working on sets like Netflix's "The Punisher," his undestanding of what went on with IATSE, Jordan Peele, and his improv show Spooky Doings. Tix to Spooky Doings at Magnet: https://magnettheater.com/show/56137/ Twitter: @rickguzman718, @ThereItIsPod, @JasonFarrJokes Instagram: @spooky_doings, @ThereItIsPod, @JasonFarrPics Facebook: Search for "Spooky Doings Improv," @ThereItIsPod Subscribe to our comedy newsletter: https://mailchi.mp/e22defd4dee2/thereitis
In this episode we take a look at the new(ish) film, Candyman and touch on the other horror films of Jordan Peele. _Warning this is a movie review of 2021 Candyman. This episode contains HEAVY spoilers_ It's October and we're getting into the “spirit”. We're starting this season off right by watching and reviewing the 2021 version of Candyman written by Win Rosenfeld, Nia DaCosta, Jordan Peele, directed by Nia DaCosta. In this movie review you'll hear… First impressions Candyman-1992 Themes- Gentrification, police brutality, generational trauma The significance of Candyman White people's role in the movie How the movie has been perceived and received The horror of Jordan Peele Get Out and Us The increase of representation in the horror/Thriller genre Our all over thoughts Even our Happy Place this week is getting the spooky treatment, *hint - Pale Man and cemeteries have us fan girl-ing this fall season. Did you see Candyman? Tell us your thoughts, we'd love to hear them! Also, if you have a movie you'd like us to review please reach out, we have all our our information listed down below. If you're hankering for more Unicorn eeriness, check out our mini Spooky-sodes! Thanks to Josef Scott of Citizens of Tape City for our theme music and Dollipop Art for our podcast artwork - you can find her on instagram @dollipop.art. We want to hear from you! If you have a question you'd like us to answer or a topic you'd like us to cover on the show, drop us a line at email@example.com or leave us a voicemail at (505) 585-1808. Like us on facebook or follow us on instagram to join in on the discussion - we're @biracialunicorns. We're now on twitter as @biracialmagic so catch us there too. If you'd like to support the show with some cash money visit us at https://www.buymeacoffee.com/biracialunicorn Please review us wherever you get your podcasts or even better tell your friends to listen. :D Find out more at https://biracialunicorns.pinecast.co This podcast is powered by Pinecast.
Crunchtober continues with a Horror Movie Game to guess which famous films were based on real events, some epic horror porn parodies, a rundown of the most popular horror films of 2021, a breakdown of Jordan Peele's 2021 Candyman remake, and more! Featured track: Fortress by Thy Witness Sponsored by: Chronic Token
Who can take a sunrise? And sprinkle it with dude? The Candyman can on this weeks spooky episode of 2 Dudes Movie Reviews. Kicking off our month of scary festivities we dive deep into Nia DeCosta and Jordan Peele's reboot of the Candyman franchise. If that isn't enough for you selfish punks we are bringing you another dose of the scares when we dig into the new trailer for Last Night At Soho. The highly anticipated film from Edgar Wright. Think you are tough enough to take on an episode this scary?
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I'm excited to talk to a fellow low-budget independent filmmaker today. Granted, he does low-budget films on a completely different level than I or most people do at this point. But if we are going to talk about budget filmmaking, it is only fitting to have expert horror film and television producer, Jason Blum of Blumhouse Productions. Our chat sort out knowledge gems on Jason's mentality behind his filmmaking and the budget strategy. Especially the ‘freedom', he's expressed in many other interviews, he gets from a low budget --- in the essence of the chances it allows him to take.Jason has over 200 production credits for numerous horror television and films franchises. The likes of BlacKkKlansman, Jordan Peele's Get Out, The Normal Heart, Paranormal Activity, Elizabeth Moss's Invisible Man, The Purge, etc. Black As Night, the Amazon original film, is one of the twenty-five projects he's produced that have been released this year and streaming on various top streaming platforms.The story is about a teenage girl with self-esteem issues who finds confidence in the most unlikely way, by spending her summer battling vampires that prey on New Orleans' disenfranchised with the help of her best friend, the boy she's always pined for, and a peculiar rich girl.He's recognized for his multiple award-winning works and his production studio which is currently booked and busy with over fifteen projects lined up for the rest of the year to 2023.That is a testament to his company's high-quality production. Blumhouse is known for pioneering a new model of studio filmmaking: producing high-quality micro-budget films and provocative television series. They have produced over 150 movies and television series with theatrical grosses amounting to over $4.8 billion.Paranormal Activity: Next Of Kin will also be coming out this December. It is the second film in the franchise. Which continues to follow a young man who became the target of a malevolent entity, he must uncover its true intentions before it takes complete control of him.All you horror and non-horror fans out there need no further introduction about our guest. Right in time for the Halloween spirits, please enjoy my 'spooky' chat with Jason Blum.
[REBROADCAST FROM August 31, 2021] Since the premiere of Jordan Peele's “Get Out,” the popularity of social justice-minded horror has increased. Author Stephen Graham Jones has been writing in that tradition for years. He joins us to discuss his novel, The Only Good Indians, which follows four Indigenous American men in a struggle for their lives against a spirit bent on revenge.
On episode 180 we let the jokes fly, respectfully of course. On this episode we get deeper into our scary movie bag, at least we try to. We watched Candyman starring Yahya Abdul Mateen the 2nd and an older movie called It Comes At Night. Come for the movie opinions say for the jokes. All this and so much more. Clean Ya Hands and Clean Ya Plate. Candyman Directed By: Nia DaCosta Screenplay by: Jordan Peele, Win Rosenfeld, Nia DaCosta Starring: Yahya Abdul Mateen 2nd, Teyonah Parris, Nathan Stewart-Jarrett, Vanessa Williams It Comes At Night Directed By: Trey Edward Shults Writer by: Trey Edward Shults Starring: Joel Edgerton, Christopher Abbott, Carmen Ejogo, Kelvin Harrison Jr. Fenix Fitness website FNX 15% off coupon code: FNXISz7 Follow Us on Social Media: https://linktr.ee/cleaningdishes Google Form: https://forms.gle/8nty8jeEjKHKvNgV6 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/cleaningdishes19/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/cleaningdishes19/support
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On the podcast this time, Steven and Sean are hiding away all of our secret keys and keeping our evil doppelgängers from murdering us in the Jordan Peele film from 2019, Us. Hey folks, Evil Sean here. Wait, I'm supposed to have some sort of kooky name, right? Maybe something inspired by Roman mythology or other various theologies? Ummm, how about we go with Jove, because I'm just that into myself. So hey, Jove here. It's become my duty to tell you all about two things: This movie that was watched and talked about. How we're going to be coming up from the underground and taking over a good portion of the planet. The movie ended up being pretty great, and it inspired a passionate conversation between Not Evil Sean and who I'm assuming is Not Evil Steven. Who would have guessed that this film would get the words flowing as it did? On the other hand, isn't that what all films that stand the test of time are capable of doing? If it's not going to make for a good discussion, then why would it be featured here? As for the second item, I'm not too sorry to say that it's going to happen and there's not a lot that can be done about it. Look, you've been living on the surface for decades. We've been trapped underground, walking into walls, and eating nothing but raw rabbits. There's a major disparity here with which you probably shouldn't be too comfortable. I mean, I'm not trying to wag my finger too much at you here, but… Look, it'll all be all right. We're open to a peaceful sharing of the world. We're not that greedy. Who are we, you? Nope, we're here to talk and work something out. So look, get back to us. Don't take too long. We're patient—we've been waiting under your feet for many long years—but we're not that patient, you know? Send a representative for the above-ground humans and let's get this all worked out. I think we can all come to an amicable solution to this. Sincerely, Jove. (Recorded on August 16, 2021) Links to Stuff We Mentioned: Us - IMDb Us trailer - YouTube Jordan Peele - IMDb Lupita Nyong'o - IMDb Elisabeth Moss - IMDb Winston Duke - IMDb Tim Heidecker - IMDb Hands Across America - Wikipedia Multiplicity - IMDb The Hunger Games - IMDb Snowpiercer (2013) - IMDb Arnold Schwarzenegger - IMDb Smaug - Wikipedia Pinky and the Brain - IMDb Smallville - IMDb Get Out - IMDb Follow Us: Give us a rating and review on Apple Podcasts! Our Libsyn site! Our Instagram profile! Our Twitter profile!
In Episode 323, Ryan and Jose are joined by Ed and Nina Martinez of Coenobium and Joe Manco of Little Spark Films to watch Mia DaCosta's 2021 Candyman. Watch it with us! Discussion: Candyman (2021) Released 10/27/2021 Directed by Nia DaCosta Writte by Jordan Peele, Win Rosenfield, Nia DaCosta, Show Notes 318 : Candyman Discussion Candyman Official Movie Website Candyman “I Dare You” Say His Name 5 times to unlock a secret trailer Candyman – Social Impact Initiative – Syllabus (40+ page Official Companion Guide) Nia da Costa: Crafting Cinematic Tension Helen Was The Original Villain Of Candyman 2021 (Why She Was Cut) Box Office Mojo – Candyman (It's doing very well!) NME: “The ending is special”: what to expect from Nia DaCosta's terrifying ‘Candyman' sequel Review: The New York Times Review: The Guardian Review: Indiewire Review: Collider Review: Wall Street Journal “See It, See It, See It, See It, See It” Review: Polygon Review: Pay or Wait Review: New Yorker Filmmaker Magazine: “Our #TellEveryone Hashtag is About Celebrating the Power of Black Art” Manual Cinema: The Studio that worked on the shadow puppet sequences io9: This Candyman Shadow Puppet Short Film Is a Horrific Mirror You Can't Look Away From NPR: The Sound of ‘Candyman' Comes From a Hauntingly Cyclical History SlashFilm: The Complete History of Candyman Documentary (Trailer and Article) Documentary: The Complete History of Candyman (Press Release) The Cinemaholic: Where Was ‘Candyman' Filmed? Barker In Briefs with Catalina Querida Little Spark Films Jericho Squad 77 Halloween Mini Episodes Mule Skinner Blues Night of the Living Dead And this podcast, having no beginning will have no end. web www.clivebarkercast.com iOS App| Android App, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Android, Stitcher, Spotify, Pandora, Libsyn, Tunein, iHeart Radio, Pocket Casts, Google Play, Radio.com, DoubleTwist and YouTube and Join the Occupy Midian group Discord Community Twitter: @BarkerCast| @OccupyMidian Support the show, Buy a T-Shirt
We're back for another Heavy Hitters October and we're kicking the month off with the modern-day classic from 2017, GET OUT (dir. Jordan Peele). We're joined by our beloveds, Alannah and Evan, in this one! We talk about interracial dating, lacrosse, and the high key genius of Mr. Peele. Special appearance by Hendrix, the cockachon! Find us on Instagram and Twitter to join the Spooky Squad. Find Seynique here and here Find Andrew here and here *Artwork by Jordan Stafford --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wediefirst/support
We're back in the AMC Theatres again! We took a nice summer break but we are back for a stellar lineup of fall films starting with Candyman (2021), which is the direct sequel to Candyman (1992) and ignores the films Candyman: Farewell to the Flesh (1995) and Candyman: Day of the Dead (1999). Directed by Nia DaCosta and written by Jordan Peele, Win Rosenfeld, and DaCosta, we get a new cast of characters in modern day Chicago played by Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Teyonah Parris, Nathan Stewart-Jarrett, Colman Domingo, Kyle Kaminsky, and Vanessa Williams. Tony Todd is also in the mix but you'll hear more of him in this Lodgecast than you will in the movie! We'll let you know precisely how scared we got in our returning episode!
Editor - Catrin Hedström Candyman is a supernatural slasher film directed by Nia DaCosta and written by Jordan Peele, Win Rosenfeld and also DaCosta. The film is a direct sequel to the 1992 film of the same name and the fourth film in the Candyman film series. In 2019, twenty-seven years after the events of the first film, visual artist Anthony McCoy (Yahya Abdul-Mateen II) lives in Chicago with his girlfriend, art gallery director Brianna Cartwright (Teyonah Parris). Brianna's brother Troy shares with them the urban legend of Helen Lyle (Virginia Madsen), a graduate student who went on a killing spree in the early 1990's. Lyle's rampage culminated in a bonfire outside Chicago's Cabrini-Green housing project, where she attempted to sacrifice a baby in the fire. The residents were able to rescue the child before Helen perished in the fire in an apparent act of self-immolation. Desperate for a creative spark to turn his career around, Anthony roams around the Cabrini-Green housing project for inspiration. There, he eventually meets William Burke, a laundromat owner who introduces him to the story of the Candyman (Tony Todd). When Burke was a child he had a frightening encounter with a hook-handed man named Sherman Fields. Police believed Fields put a razor blade in a piece of candy that was given to a white girl. Young William inadvertently alerted the police to Sherman's presence inside the walls of one of the Cabrini-Green towers, leading them to beat Fields to death. When children continued to receive candy with razor blades inside, Sherman Fields was exonerated. Since then, the legend implies that if somebody says "Candyman" five times to a mirror, he will appear and kill the summoner. CATRIN HEDSTRÖM Candyman editor, Catrin Hedström joins us while on location for her current collaborative effort with director Nia DaCosta, Marvel Studios' The Marvels. The Swedish native first met DaCosta when she was studying at NYU. Since then, the two have gone on to work together on the British crime drama series, Top Boy (2019) and the film, Little Woods (2018). Editing Candyman In our discussion with Candyman editor, Catrin Hedström, we talk about: Connecting to the original Candyman film The uncelebrated beauty of cross dissolves Grounding the audience to a character Using wide shots and negative space to create "room" for Candyman Her preference for scary soundscapes over using stings The Credits Visit ExtremeMusic for all your production audio needs Check out the free trial of Media Composer | Ultimate Subscribe to The Rough Cut podcast and never miss an episode Visit The Rough Cut on YouTube
HMSG Interview Tananarive Due!We here at HMSG are so lucky and honored to interview Writer, Educator, and Producer TANANARIVE DUE! Due is an award-winning author who teaches Black Horror and Afrofuturism at UCLA. She was one of the executive producers for one of our favorite documentaries HORROR NOIRE: A history of Black Horror for Shudder. If you haven't watch Horror Noire yet - please do! And if you have and are ready to learn more about the History of Black Horror be sure to check out Due's class that she and her husband & collaborator Steven Barns have made available online at SunkenPlaceClass.com. Wonderful guests like Jordan Peele pop in to share their insights on the genre. It was a delight to hear her insights on horror and it's social impact as we took a deep dive discussion into the new CANDYMAN (2021), directed by Nia DiCosta. We discuss the relevance of the work and how we can interact with the original with a new framework and context. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/HorrorMovieSurvivalGuide)
Kenny and Robert begin the show discussing recent scores they've been checking out including Jordan Peele's take on Candyman by composer Robert Aiki Aubrey Lowe and HBO's popular series The White Lotus by composer Cristobal Tapia de Veer. Subscribe to MORE SCORE on Patreon for year-round interviews, film music talk and even cool merch: http://Patreon.com/MoreScore Then, 9x Oscar-nominated composer and friend of the show James Newton Howard (News of the World, Jungle Cruise, Raya and the Last Dragon, Fantastic Beasts series, Batman Begins, The Dark Knight, King Kong, The Hunger Games series, The Sixth Sense, Signs) joins the show sharing why he dropped out of USC after three months on a music scholarship, revealing a question he once asked that immediately got him fired from an early film scoring gig, discussing how he connected with Metallica to collaborate for Jungle Cruise and why that may not be the last time they work together, and defining the most important skill a film composer should master. This episode is presented by Spitfire Audio Follow us on Twitter @ScoreThePodcast or send Kenny and Robert your questions for the mailbox at ScoreTheMailbox@epicleff.com Hosts: Robert Kraft & Kenny Holmes Executive Producer: Matt Schrader Coordinator: Carol Kuswanto © 2021 Epicleff Media --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/score/support
On this week's Electric Libertyland Brian reacts to Jordan Peele's “Candyman” sequel, which focused on race (SURPRISE!) and is heavy on blaming whitey while light on seeing the real culprit that makes subjugation and ghettos possible. Later: Woke NHS and CDC are hilarious, and white pills are showing up in pop culture. Join Jason Stapleton's Nomad Network with THIS LINK to join free and start networking with other liberty minded folks! http://www.nomadnetwork.app/lions Get a gambling edge for fantasy or straight up wagers at http://www.footballinsideredge.com and use code LIONS for 20% off http://www.Patreon.com/LionsofLiberty for all our amazing bonus content, like Good Morning Fuckhead, Conspiracy Corner, Rick and Morty Recaps, Do Nothing Man, Degenerate Gamblers and bonus interviews!
Who can take a franchise, sprinkle it with dew, and get whole new generations buzzing about a gutted corpse or two? Executive producer Jordan Peele can, because he mixes love for a 1992 Tony Todd slasher with the inflammatory racial politics of Get Out and Us. Is it performance art or possession that drives a desperate Yahya Abdul-Mateen II (Aquaman) to strap on the iconic hook and paint the gentrified Cabrini-Green neighborhood red in 2019? You can summon the thoughts of the Now Playing hosts anytime you want when you Donate for Candyman today! Hear this preview now then head to NowPlayingPodcast.com/donate to get the full series!
Legend has it that if you say "Candyman" in front of a mirror five times, you'll summon the spirit of a terrifying killer with a hook for a hand, who's constantly surrounded by a swarm of bees. That's the premise of the 1992 horror movie Candyman, about a white Chicago grad student who becomes obsessed with an urban myth haunting Black residents of the notorious Cabrini-Green housing projects. Now there's a sequel, directed by Nia DaCosta and co-written with Jordan Peele, that brings back the villain for a modern audience, and it stars Yahya Abdul-Mateen II and Teyonah Parris as a couple living in a now-gentrified Cabrini-Green.