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“I needed to make a change in my life,” said Andy Siara about the origin of his screenwriting career. “I was in a band with my brother for a while and we decided to call it a day in 2012. He was making responsible adult decisions, so I thought I had to do that too, so I applied to the only school that didn't require the GRE.” Two weeks later, Siara was enrolled at AFI. “To hedge my bets, I applied to the producing program and the screenwriting program,” he joked. “I stayed up all night writing my first screenplay and I got into both programs—so I decided to do screenwriting.” Andy refers to this as the non-romantic version of his path into screenwriting, but if you go back a little further, the real fascination came when Andy was a 7-year-old and his dad took him to see Jurassic Park. “Oh, okay, this is what I gotta do now,” he said. “I saw that like nine times that summer and developed a true love for movies and then TV in the early 2000s.” Today, Siara is best known for his work on Lodge 49, the movie Palm Springs, and the recent series The Resort. “In order to not hate myself the rest of my life, I knew I had to at least try it,” he said of screenwriting. “I had to back myself into a corner and try it.” Andy's work is all very unique in nature, giving him a signature for the unusual quite early in his career. His most recent project, The Resort, has been described as “one foot on the banana peel and the other in the grave.” It all goes back to a short story he wrote around age 12, called “Stuck in the Past.” Subscribe for video interviews on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBUux6BkhC-dtP4Vj1GcgMA If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts? It only takes about 60-seconds and it really helps convince some of the hard-to-get guests to sit down and have a chat (simply scroll to the bottom on your iTunes Podcast app and click “Write Review"). Enjoy the show!
Cette fois ça y est, la trilogie Jurassic World est terminée. On a essayé de prendre un peu de recul pour commenter son dernier opus Dominion ... et imaginer ce qu'il va générer comme nouveaux rejetons déviants. Bonne écoute.
In our one hundred and eighty-second episode, Aaron is joined by Quinten. We talk about Wildstyle, Wonderland's War, and Unmatched Jurassic Park T-Rex vs Dr. Statler in the BA Banter. Then in our Digital Diversion segment we talk about Borderlands 3 and Steve Jackson's Sorcery. Then we do a deep dive into the new Root: Marauders Expansion, the Hirelings, The Clockwork Expansion 2, and the Landmarks. This episode is sponsored by Board Game Bliss and listeners like you on our Patreon
Ben & Rob find their mental health extinct, their brains trapped in amber and emotions chained up like a goat, so decide to watch the 1993 Steven Spielberg perfection that is Jurassic Park. Join them as they revel in Jeff Goldblum's chest, marvel at Laura Dern's brilliance, and desperately try not mention Jurassic World.Make like a T-Rex and CONSUUUUME!Chat to us on your social media of choice at www.linktr.ee/everymovieeverpodcast
Canon Fodder is back with one of the more ridiculous franchises that we've done; and we've done Fast and Furious and Highlander! Welcome to Jurassic Park. This franchise is so big and so ridiculous that we needed TWO special guests! Returning from our Rotten Tomatoes Fantasy League, Parker Smith and first-time special guest Christina. You all know what Jurassic Park is about, as the franchise has made a recent comeback with the new Jurassic World trilogy which IS canon. You know what's less canon but maybe still canon? The Roger Corman series, Carnosaur. With the help of our two special guests, who legitimately like the Jurassic Park movies, we go deep into the lore of the breeding of Jurassic Park's dinosaurs, the corporate cover-ups, the military applications, Ian Malcom's true motives, Tim's stupidity, and answer the most burning question…does Dennis Neddry survive? Oh, and Carnosaur and humans giving birth to chicken-based dino, um, things. Come take this wild ride in our yellow Jeep Wranglers with the tops down.
We are BACK this week, and according to Emmy, this is the most anticipated and requested episode of The ABINGERS Podcast yet. We review Steven Spielberg's Jurassic Park!Plenty of bone references to make Clinton and Brandon giggle along the way, while talking about dinosaurs and science facts for Emmy!This was a fun podcast, and we hope you enjoy an enjoyable, albeit off the rails, podcast from The ABINGERS!Thank you for your support!To support the show, you can find us at Patreon at http://www.Patreon.com/ABINGERSPodcastFor business inquiries, you can send us an email at ABINGERSPodcast@gmail.comSupport the show
This week on the podcast, the guys take on the undeniable summer blockbuster that is Jurassic Park. We start by breaking down whether or not it's actually horror, but then quickly devolve on an almost unprecedented number of tangents. Grab some beers and join the fun! All of our Patreon proceeds continue to go to Planned Parenthood to support the bodily autonomy of women and other persons who can get pregnant. You can find our Patreon at patreon.com/atozhorror And as always, continue to support Black Lives Matter and fight against the systemic racial injustice in this country. A list of ways to help can be found here: blacklivesmatters.carrd.co/ a-zhorror.com/ Follow on Twitter: twitter.com/AtoZHorror Email us: email@example.com Hangout on facebook: facebook.com/atozhorror/ Find us on Instagram @a_zhorror Music by: Superbare: @superbare
A review of the movie "Prey" and a geek-out chat with Patrons about being awkward, JRPGs, Skyrim, Batgirl, the Halo TV series and the potential future of the Jurassic Park franchse!PLUS, in Paeter's Geek Week:Justice League #34-43 , Elminage Gothic, Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age Undernauts: Labyrinth Of YomiAND more assorted topics based on your questions & feedback!TIMESTAMPS00:00:30 Intro00:03:06 Prey Movie Review00:12:36 CGC & Christian Geek Entertainment News00:21:34 Patron Chat01:23:51 Geeks & The Local Church01:41:51 Listener/Viewer Questions & Feedback (Loving Stuff That Others Hate, Paeter's Favorite Unpopular Things)02:25:40 Paeter's Geek Week (Justice League #34-43 , Elminage Gothic, Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age Undernauts: Labyrinth Of Yomi)03:00:06 Next EpisodeSupport this podcast and enjoy exclusive rewards at https://www.patreon.com/spiritbladeproductions “Weekly Word” Bible Reading Plan & Info: https://christiangeekcentral.blogspot.com/2021/12/read-bible-in-year-with-me-weekly-word.html Episodes #0-500 of this podcast were published as "The Spirit Blade Underground Podcast" and are archived and available for download at www.spiritblade.com , Resources used to prepare the "In Search Of Truth" Bible Study include:"Expositor's Bible Commentary", Frank E. Gaebelein General Editor (Zondervan Publishing House),"The IVP Bible Background Commentary: Old Testament", by Dr. John H. Walton, Dr. Victor H. Matthews & Dr. Mark W. Chavalas (InterVarsity Press), "The IVP Bible Background Commentary: New Testament", by Dr. Craig S. Keener (InterVarsity Press),Thayer's Greek Lexicon, Strong's Exhaustive ConcordanceBlueletterbible.org (primarily for search functionality), The Christian Geek Central Statement Of Faith can be found at: http://christiangeekcentral.blogspot.com/p/about.html The Christian Geek Central Podcast is written, recorded and produced by Paeter Frandsen. Additional segments produced by their credited authors. Logo created by Matthew Silber. Copyright 2007-2022, Spirit Blade Productions. Music by Wesley Devine, Bjorn A. Lynne, Pierre Langer, Jon Adamich, audionautix.com and Sound Ideas. Spazzmatica Polka by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Freesound.org effects provided by: FreqMan
This week on Bingewatch: (01:24) Oscar winning director Ron Howard is back with an all-star cast to tell the story of Thailand cave rescue in Thirteen Lives on Amazon Prime Video (04:14) Lost meets Jurassic Park in La Brea, a mysterious science fiction series on Paramount+ (08:37) The long-awaited adaptation of Neil Gaiman's The Sandman arrives on Netflix, and if the stellar mix of Hollywood royalty and rising stars is anything to go by, it's going to be a big one (13:34) The Predator franchise is back on our screens, this time one of the most iconic movie monsters gets its own origin story in the Disney+ original Prey Follow Bingewatch on all major podcast players for your weekly rundown of the best bingeworthy shows across Netflix, Prime Video, Disney+ and more. Remember to subscribe and share wherever you get podcasts, and leave a 5 star review on Apple Podcasts, Podchaser and Goodpods. You can also stay in touch with the team by tweeting us via @Bingewatch_Pod now and tell us what you're binge-watching.
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One of the iron laws of popcorn cinema, especially to score the coveted (but ever-more elusive) summer blockbuster status is that there must be sufficient shock value. And one of the iron laws of shock value is that it must always increase. Each new film must outdo the last one. Take the Jurassic Park series. In the first movie back in 1993, a mere five people were eaten by dinosaurs, all of whom were confined to a tiny island. Fast-forward a few inferior sequels, and a score or more people are gobbled by a host of mutant CGI dinos prowling the entire planet along with giant killer grasshoppers. The lesson is clear: Audiences had already been shocked by dinosaurs coming back to life, and they wanted more. The old thrill would no longer do. The more this iron law holds across pop culture, the more desensitized we become. Enter another rising entertainment genre more gruesome than dinosaurs eating people. People eating people. Writing recently in The New York Times, Alex Beggs documented a growing fascination with cannibalism. In the article, Beggs offered a long list of movies, TV shows, and novels in which characters eating one another is a central plot device. The novel A Certain Hunger is “about a restaurant critic with a taste for (male) human flesh.” The Showtime series Yellowjackets is “about a high school women's soccer team stranded in the woods for a few months too many.” A new show on Hulu called Fresh is about “an underground human meat trade.” Raw is a film about “a vegetarian veterinary student whose taste for meat escalates,” and Bones and All is a movie about “a young love that becomes a lust for human consumption.” “Turns out,” wrote Beggs, “cannibalism has a time and a place,” and “that time is now.” What on earth is fueling a sudden fixation with perhaps the oldest and most unsettling of taboos? The writer of one show told the Times: “I feel like the unthinkable has become the thinkable, and cannibalism is very much squarely in the category of the unthinkable.” Another seemed to find the concept potentially appetizing, asking, “what portion of our revulsion to these things is a fear of the ecstasy of them?” When I first saw the headline for this New York Times story appear in my newsfeed, I thought it was a prank. Apparently, all of these books, movies, and TV shows about cannibalism point to a very real partially popular trend. Why? Perhaps, in a culture that has made virtues of deconstructing all moral boundaries and celebrating all desires, it is increasingly difficult to shock anyone. Shock value, after all, depends on some sense of what is right and wrong, and even more, what is normal. With sexual and gender identities multiplying daily and more and more people treating the human body as moldable clay without any underlying design or purpose, is it any wonder some are reimagining it as food? And why shouldn't they, if human beings are only, as Christian author Glen Scrivener puts it, “mischievous apes?” Chimpanzees routinely kill and eat one another. If we are only advanced animals, it's difficult to imagine why we humans should have a strong aversion to dining on each other, too. If our bodies are in no way sacred or made for a higher purpose, then not just every sexual appetite, but every appetite must be permissible. To be clear, I am not suggesting that we are on the cusp of a cannibal rights movement. I certainly hope we are not. The social aversion is extremely strong, as it should be, and has only been broken in a few times and places throughout history. Still, the current flirtations with people-eating in entertainment is a tell-tale sign of a culture that is losing all good aversions. Like those sub-par Jurassic Park sequels resorting to ever hungrier and bigger dinosaurs, our movies and stories reveal a lost creativity, leaving a culture that must constantly push boundaries. In particular, our gnostic age tends to push the boundaries of how characters think of and use their bodies, and the bodies of others. When it comes to sex, titles like Fifty Shades of Grey and Cuties have already put sadomasochism and the sexual exploitation of children on the menu. In such a culture, a side dish of cannibalism isn't surprising. Those who find a worldview in which bodies have no purpose or boundaries a bit nauseating should wonder why. Christians can tell them, and offer the alternative: a worldview in which bodies are sacred, not only because they are part of what it means to be created in God's image, but because God, Himself assumed a body and gave it for us. Interestingly, Christianity's early critics alleged that the Lord's Supper was a form of cannibalism. In fact, it was and is the ultimate reason that the human body is worthy of respect and honor, in the bedroom, at the movies, and even at the table.
This week Dr. Syintist, Chump Slap, and Poppascotch show up to chat a bit about a PC game from back when Jurassic Park was still in theaters, Enter the WU-Tang (36 Chambers) was on every record store shelf, and no one knew or cared what a NFT was. We're kickin' it way back to talk about the PC point and click barely animated text game about time travel, protecting the world, and finding peace with Space Aliens with The Journeyman Project!
Hancock and Kelley fill in for the DGS this week. Today's show is shortened due to the Cardinals and Cubs double-header on KMOX. John and Michael pay respects to Indiana Republican rep. Jackie Walorski who passed away in a car accident. The boys also discuss snooker, the Catholic Church spending millions of dollars to influence abortion policy in Kansas, and Mark Cuban's desire to turn a Texas town into a real life Jurassic Park.
Happy Thursday! Chance intro's the show talking about Mark Cuban's plan to create a real Jurassic Park and other stuff! Today's guest is Kelly Nugent! Kelly is an Actor, Writer, and Director in Los Angeles! Kelly and Chance talk movies, growing up in southern California, practicing law, parents, working in the entertainment industry, the collaborative process, and more! Follow Kelly! @kellynugeeListen to her podcasts! Teen Creeps, Same Day Shipping, and Exile! Follow the show! @wedidntpeakLike us on Facebook! We Didn't Peak with Chance Nichols Follow Chance! @chanceisloud
Why does it seem like the old is eating the new in pop culture? This year, the song of the summer is arguably Kate Bush's “Running Up That Hill”—which was released in 1985. It was launched by the most-watched global TV show of the summer, 'Stranger Things'—an homage to the 1980s. In movies, the biggest hit of the season is 'Top Gun: Maverick'—a sequel to the 1986 film. The '80s was four decades ago! The triumph of nostalgia and familiarity in culture is deeper than one summer. The five biggest movies of this year are the second 'Top Gun,' the second 'Doctor Strange', the sixth 'Jurassic Park', the 14th Batman-related film, and the fifth 'Despicable Me'. Amazing original films, like 'Everything Everywhere All At Once', show up here and there, but as far as slam dunk blockbusters go, the last decade has suffered from a new movie curse. There's a new music curse, too. Total music consumption is rising across album sales, track purchases, and streaming. But consumption of new music is down. The entire growth in music is happening in so-called catalog music, or older songs. What's happening here? Today's guest is Ted Gioia. We talk about his viral essay “Is old music killing new music?”, the dearth of young stars in Hollywood, and the rise of risk-aversion in American culture and business. If you have questions, observations, or ideas for future episodes, email us at PlainEnglish@Spotify.com. You can find us on TikTok at www.tiktok.com/@plainenglish_ Host: Derek Thompson Guest: Ted Gioia Producer: Devon Manze Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
@PhilTheFilipino & @MrEricAlmighty made sure to binge-watch the 5th season of Camp Cretaceous so we could bring you a full spoiler discussion of our thoughts on what we liked (and what we didn't) about these final episodes on Netflix!Haven't seen Camp Cretaceous yet? Go check out the episodes where we discuss whether you should Stream It or Skip It, as well as our Season 2, Season 3, and Season 4 Review, then come back to finish this episode!Want even MORE Jurassic content? You may have missed our recent episode of Up High Down Low , when we had A Jurassic Discussion with Clever Fangirl! -OR- when we talked Jurassic Parks & Recreation with Kelly Washington!Looking for more content to binge? Make sure to check out The Wait For It Podcast YouTube Page!
This week the guys talk about Steve's random text that turned into a visit to Volkswagen. Ben gets candid about candid. NYFRANK graces the inbox this week commenting on Steve and Anthony's inability to not spoil movies in their game of Scene it? last week. Monkeypox ain't nothing to fuck with, but Fat Boils is a band we'd go see. It turns out that tasting the rainbow is bad for your health. Skittle lawsuit happening over known toxin Titanium Dioxide being used in the candy. On the entertainment side of things the guys talk about the Hulu original series, The Bear (00:21:51). How many seasons is too many? The Walking Dead keeps going and going… Better Call Saul so far. Ben gives his thoughts on the Battle of the Blockbusters set up from last weeks episode (00:36:17). Jurassic Park vs. Ghostbusters - Which one did he like better?! Closing thoughts on MLB's trade deadline and the Subway Series. Unofficial Links: Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/unofficial_pod/ (@unofficial_pod) Website - https://www.unofficialpod.com (www.unofficialpod.com) Email - Hi@uipodcast.com https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxb295LgOPGf3AnpMnVwz8g (UI Podcast on YouTube) Unofficial Sponsors: https://www.amazon.com/Aluminum-Minimalist-Integrated-Expanding-Capacity/dp/B09L49NFY3/ref=mp_s_a_1_1?m=A1CSRHDH2QPKAY&marketplaceID=ATVPDKIKX0DER&qid=1649779502&s=merchant-items&sr=1-1 (Vaulted Wallets) https://www.shopzealcbd.com/ (Zeal CBD)
As August approaches and #FanBoySummer begins to wind down (only a few weeks left!), Dave, and Mikey, and #TwitterlessDrEarl are thrilled to bring on super fan of the show and budding Deucecast archivist Nate, aka Aussie Nate. Streaming in live from Brunswick, Iowa (just west of Queensland) Aussie Nate has put together a full Movie Role Tourney, one of utmost importance as the winner will advance to The Big Bracket (held in Episode 600 in September 2023). First up, catching up with Aussie Nate, and why he chose this tournament -- that being the battle of the Chrises... Evans vs Hemworth vs Pine vs Pratt, with some extras thrown in there for good measure, like Tucker, Farley, Elliot, and Kristofferson. Buckle up.. this might get Chrizy... I mean, Crazy. The Bracket: Capt Steve Rogers vs Johnny Storm Ransom vs Lloyd Hanson Jensen vs Smokey Curtis vs Jake Wyler Owen Grady vs Brett Barley Lightfoot vs Josh Faraday Emmet Brickowski vs Dan Forester Dom/Woogie vs Peter Quill Thor Odin vs George Kirk Tommy Callahan vs Billy Lee James Hunt vs Tyler Rake Beckman vs Curt James T Kirk vs Rex Hanson Cinderella's Prince vs Will Coulson Steve Trevor vs Jack Ryan Rubber Duck vs Toby Howard
This week's episode is sponsored byb: I want you to start living a happier life today. As a listener, you'll get 10% off your first month by visiting our sponsor at BetterHelp dot com slash knitmore Join over 1 million people who have taken charge of their mental health. Again, that's BetterHelp.com/knitmore Carry your creativity with Erin Lane Bags! Whether you show your fiber fandom with the woolly wonder Sheepleverse, or dive into history with the Curiosities collection, our project bags, totes, and hook and needle organizers are at the ready to keep your hobby happy. Have you ever had to frog because you forgot a step several rows back? Or lost your spot because you dropped your magnet board or lost track with your highlighter tape? Instead of wrestling with paper, use the knitCompanion app. It keeps you on track so you can knit more and frog less. knitCompanion works with ALL your patterns and is available for Apple, Android, and Kindle Fire Devices Wearing a color you love is like wearing a truly great pair of boots. You stand taller and walk proud. You carry a sense of purpose. LL Yarn Co.'s 2 woman dye-studio inside a century old former wool mill in Louisville, KY creates bold and energetic colors. We are driven by fashion, culture, and cause to put our passion for color onto stunning yarns. With LL Yarn Co. on your needles and hooks you are telling the world you aren't afraid to be noticed. Afterall, your knitting is an opportunity to share your passion with your world. LL Yarn Co., for when your knits need to speak louder than words. Are you feeling dis-GRUNT-eled about your stash? Are you browsing Insta-HAM looking for knitting inspiration? Is color "kind of a PIG deal" in your life? Oink Pigments offers over one hundred forty PIG-ture perfect colorways to make you SQUEAL with delight. For a limited time only, bring home the bacon with code KNITMORE and get fifteen percent off in-stock yarns and fibers at oinkpigments dot com. Shop soon, because these pigs will FLY! On the Needles: (0:42) Gigi : socks for Andrew: new pair: green and purple Jasmin cast on a Musselburgh hat for autopilot knitting in Woolens & Nosh “Spectrum” Gigi wove in ends on pairs of Andrew's socks, and Genevieve's Jasmin finished her Akimbo shawl by Stephen West in A Verb for Keeping Warm's “Magic Bean” and “Jade” Gigi :the Elton cardigan, super wash merino, from Neighborhood Fiber Co. rows take so long . Finished the bottom ribbing. Did tubular bind off. Took the whole afternoon Jasmin finished her Ice Queen Jasmin picked up her spectral cowl from Area 51 (knit in a purple gradient from Cephalopod Yarns) and is nearly finished with it. Jasmin is progressing on her Cashmere/Silk/beaded Curtain Call Cowl out of the UFO pile Gigi: finished Meilenweit color tweed sock. Cast on the mate. Mate is finished, Events:(14:02) Jasmin & Diane from Lady Dye are co-hosting a KAL! The Sea Glass Pullover (in DK). Started June 20 Cache Dash has started! May 27 - End of August Jasmin mentions comforter bags from cleanerssupply.com Tour de Fleece finished, Sharkweek started Rhinebeck decided against, we are not going STITCHES SoCal in Pasadena! Mother Knows Best:(20;33) 3 year old logic Knits in Space:(24:45) Gigi :Listening to Jurassic Park on Audible. Absolutely love it! Ursula Vernon: Danny Dragonbreath and Harriet the Invincible Amber Ruffin :You'll Never Believe What Happened To Lacy Trevor Noah Born a Crime Jasmin suggested Project Hail Mary She mentions the Libby app When Knitting Attacks:(36:33) Gigi: half a row of mohair stitches slithered off the needles. Also lost a number of stitches mid row Tubular, sewn bind off is a bear Working on toe decreases for Andrew's sock. Numbers aren't right. I have not done enough decreases at the gusset. Need to rip back the foot On another sock, I neglected to add the inch of plain stockinette, before doing the heel flap Jasmin can't count to 4 Review:(40:41) Moon and Turtle And Sew On :(50:28) 8646:Vogue dress Jasmin set up the overlock stitch on the serger, Gigi attached bodice to skirt, dress is done! Jasmin STARTED SEWING! A shirt for Rex. And we ordered PDF patterns to be printed from pdfplotting.com
Ash brings on a new guest and a returning guest to discuss the traffic of South Florida, the courtesy flush, Crocs and Heelys, if Jurassic Park was real, the foundation of Florida, Ash's first Zyn, and how snapchat and instagram changed the game.......Support the show
All five Winterstein brothers are together in Olympia for the celebration of their parents' 50th wedding anniversary, so what else would we do but record an episode with all of us? (Excuse the microphone bumps, as we were sitting around a card table...)We reminisce about first theater experiences and movies we remember from our childhood. Then we talk about marriage movies, from rom-com, to happy-ever-after, to the realistic struggle of marriage. Some of the films (and shows) we mention in this episode: About Time, Wedding Crashers, 45 Years, A Hidden Life, Take Shelter, He-Man: Masters of the Universe, Jurassic Park, The Patriot, Scenes From a Marriage, Married at First Sight, Force Majeure, A Ghost Story, When Harry Met Sally, Sleepless in Seattle, Marriage Story.Opening music: "Let's Start at the Beginning," Lee RosevereClosing music: "Découvre moi," Marc Senet & Simon GrivotCome find us:WebsiteFacebookTwitter
Jurassic Summer is over. Long live Jurassic Summer.Credits:Eye of the Duck is created, hosted, and produced, by Dom Nero and Adam Volerich.This episode was edited by Erik Gunnarsson.Our intro and outro themes were lovingly mashed together from various tracks of the original Jurassic Park soundtrack album composed by John Williams.Our logo was designed by Francesca Volerich, you can purchase her work at society6.com/francescavolerich.If you'd like to advertise with us, or sponsor us, please email: Contact@EyeOfTheDuckPod.com
Hello and welcome to Fallen Kingdom where we Return to Jurassic World one minute at a time. Introductions Brad David In this episode we will be discussing Minute 13 of Fallen Kingdom. Jurassic Pedia Featured Article Lockwood Manor https://jurassic-pedia.com/lockwood-manor-sf/ This weeks Minute Recap 00:12:00 - 00:13:00 (added in post) -minute 13 of fallen Kingdom opens with Claire taking an important call, -and ends with the biggest flub in the Jurassic series. Minute Discussion Novel Comparisons Outro Thank you for listening. -Anything else we'd like to bring up? You can find us the following ways web site: www.jurassicminutes.wordpress.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Facebook page: groups/jurassicminutes Twitter: @jurassicMinutes Instagram: Jurassicmimutes Links to The Lost World, Jurassic Park 3 and Jurassic World Minutes can be found at the web site along with the back log of Jurassic Mysteries and News shows.
It's a not-so-civil war of words on TikTok as the keyboard warriors come out to play-yay-yay. Plus, Ben Affleck is back as the bat as first reported by a family on vacation at Universal Hollywood. And, Mattel steps in it again with their Jurassic Park line, but at least they had the good sense to wear gloves. God creates dinosaurs. God destroys dinosaurs. God creates man. Man destroys God. Man creates The Reluctant Adult Podcast. TikTok @TheReluctantAdultPodcast Instagram @TheReluctantAdultPodcast Twitter @Reluctant_Pod Facebook Toy Sale Boat YouTube The Reluctant Adult Podcast Paul's Amazon Wishlist Bill's Amazon Wishlist
Episode 117Marvelous New Hero In this episode of The Escape Pod we join our favorite heros Don “DellaSnooch” Sulski, and Brady “Big” Lovin as they spend some time discussing what new in the pop culture news of the time, what is coming down the pike in video games, what is swirling around the rumor mill (the hot sheets), and as always they boys talk Starwars. This week Dragon Buddy is Back in a big way talking about Ms Marvel with Don and brady, so strap in pour a comfort drink and we will dive in to Disney+ new show that's all heart from a new hero. The Escape Pod aint no Disney show, We're a little dirty, a few drinks in, ready to get into it, and we Always Do It LiveJoin the Escape Pod Crew at: https://www.patreon.com/ATSWTHEESCAPEPODFollow the boys at:https://www.instagram.com/atsw_theescapepod/?hl=en on Instagram https://www.facebook.com/groups/2127856244190464 on FaceBook, https://twitter.com/ATheescapepod on twitter, https://www.youtube.com/c/atswtheescapepod on youtubeWe are proud members of the RED5 network. www.red5network.com Download the podcast on your favorite podcast apps at https://atswtheescapepod.buzzsprout.comCheck out the other pods in the Starkillers studios family. ATSW: All Things Star Wars PodcastUsed and Abused with Scott and KimTactical Swede - on youTubeBig Swede's Excellent Adventure – on youTube Commercial music from https://www.bensound.com/
Good morning, lovely listeners and welcome to another splendid installment of Stace & Barry In The Morning! After a quick stop off at Dominion Park, we're on a virtual jaunt to San Diego Comic Con! Find out what we think about the Dungeons & Dragons trailer, hear Stace get confused between Lord of the Rings and Game of Thrones, and listen to Barry's thoughts on John Wick. All this, plus a sprinkling of Shazam! Grab a bowl of insert cereal here and enjoy!
The Best of the Week on Good Morning BT: Beth & Bo are back at it, analyzing dreams and pondering inflation breaking points. Mick Mulvaney reacts to the recent eyebrow-raising comments from Congressman Matt Gaetz, which clearly bothered Beth. The end of an era for WBTV as Maureen O'Boyle exits the anchor desk, something Beth knows a thing or two about. Plus, bad habits you never realized were THAT bad, Chick-Fil-A offers a "work for food" option, and yes, Jurassic Park toilet lego sets. Who says we don't cover it all?See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Taylor dives into spoilers for the final season of Camp Cretaceous.Enjoy Ad Free, Early, & Exclusive Episodes! https://www.patreon.com/GeekVerseSupport Us On Patreon! Help Us Grow The Podcast & Create New Content, Guest On Shows, Pick Films For Us To Review, Send Topics & More!Get 20% OFF @manscaped + Free Shipping with promo code GVPOD at http://MANSCAPED.com! GeekVerse.ca is where you can find all info on the show and where you can find it!Watch Our Weekly News Casts & Game Streams. Subscribe To Support The Channel!https://www.twitch.tv/geekverse/videosWatch Us Record Reviews, GUA Shows & Cut Outs From Our News Casts!Youtube- https://www.youtube.com/c/GeekVersePodcastCome Chat With The Hosts, Join Our Discord!https://discord.gg/sQKAHjAnCheck Out Our Podcast Network, Geek Ultimate Alliance 8 Shows, 6 Days A Week : https://geekverse.ca/geek-ultimate-alliance/Social MediaGeekVerse Podcast on FacebookTwitter @GeekVerseCastTravis @TravisBSnellTaylor @TaylorTheFieldKirklin @kirklinpatzer Dylan @atomheartcaster
On this episode, Adam and Cameron discuss stagflation—possibly the most ominous portmanteau in the English language. It's the double whammy of inflation combined with zero or negative economic growth. How can the two coexist? And what does stagflation mean for the world economy? Later on the show, they talk about dinosaur bones and the economics of Jurassic Park—if it could actually exist. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Michael Pisciuneri is a podcaster who loves to talk about movies. The great ones, the ones you want to walk out of but don't want to waste money . . . and what the best snacks are to smuggle in to the theater. Mostly, he is a superbly funny human from Australia who talks funny (or is it me that talks funny?). Find out more when you hear us trade accents. We discuss Beavis and Butthead, Jurassic Park, radio DJ voices, and four-course meals at movie theaters. Michael's podcast is called "Movies Worth Seeing". He's also a voice actor, regular actor and all around funny dude. Connect with him. Do it.
Today's show is an anniversary film voted on by YOU, the listener, it's the Robert Zemeckis comedy classic, 1992's Death Becomes Her, which celebrates its 30th anniversary on July 31. Made on a budget of $55M, Death Becomes her was considered a financial and critical flop, grossing just $58M domestically but grossing $90M internationally to bring a total of $149M. Written by David Koepp of Jurassic Park fame, Universal sent the screenplay to Robert Zemeckis, who was just coming off filming the end of his Back to the Future franchise and was searching for a new hit. As a child, one of Zemeckis' favorite films growing up was the 1972 Halloween classic, Tales From the Crypt. He envisioned Death Becomes Her as a sequel to this movie and was currently serving as a producer on the HBO series of the same name. In this show, we do more than a movie review by delving into the lives of the cast and crew, fan theories, trivia, scene breakdowns, and anything related to film and TV. Needless to say, our shows are a little longer than your average movie review show, but we can assure you that our shows are jam packed with entertaining and interesting discussions. If that sounds like your sort of bag, hang out with Kenny and Del as they review Death Becomes Her.Thanks for listening, and feel free to hit us up on any of our social media platforms! https://linktr.ee/BiAPodcastTheme song "Loli'ana" written and performed by award-winning musician Kamuela Kahoano. Listen to more of Kamuela's music on iTunes and https://kamuelamusic.com/. Also, "Loli'ana" performed live at The Ko'olau Banquet Hall can be seen here https://youtu.be/YDJ1NNJgEiA Thanks for listening! Don't forget our next bi-weekly Pod, and keep an eye out for our specials, series, request line, and news episodes! And please subscribe and review!
Here be spoilers! What influenced Jordan Peele to create this genre-mash alien feature? And who the heck knows anything about Muybridge and the horse galloping origin of cinema? You will - just listen and learn! Evan and Taylor's projects: videos, go watch Evan's film work sign up, Taylor's weekly newsletter Contact: email@example.com, email us @illiteratepod, reach out on instagram Extras: trailer, Nope (2022) article, interview with scientist John O. Dabiri video, interview with victim of Travis the chimp photo, Muybridge in Yosemite Other similar episodes to check out…Candyman, Jurassic Park, Godzilla vs Kong, UFO, Concrete Cowboy, Gretel and Hansel, Fear Street, Lovecraft Country
Huge scientific advancements have allowed mogul John Hammond to create a theme park full of living dinosaurs. After inviting his grandchildren and a few experts to join him on a grand tour of the park, things start to go haywire in this Jurassic adventure. With the critical systems and security shut down, it becomes a race for survival with dinosaurs roaming freely. Can they escape from the terrors of, Jurassic Park? Hosted By: Cameron Jones, Jordan Jones, Mark Nussle
Today we talk about all the news coming out of San Diego Comic-Con, Jurassic World Dominion and They Gray Man.Call us: (832) 304-1423Email us at firstname.lastname@example.orgFind us on Twitter @IGTGSshow, Instagram @itsgoingtogetstupid, YouTube http://bit.ly/2Tsgf8H, and connect with us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/itsgoingtogetstupid/
Hold onto your butts - our latest episode is genetically engineered to be bigger, badder, and toothier than ever! Taking on a core text for Daniel, we revisit Spielberg's unrivaled 1993 dinosaur adventure, Jurassic Park. Then, with no expense spared, we rank all six films in the "Jurassic" series. We were so preoccupied with whether or not we could, we didn't stop to think if we should. Intro: 0:26 Jurassic Park: 2:23 Rating: 36:38 "Jurassic" survey: 38:38 The Lost World: 41:55 Jurassic Park III: 47:49 Jurassic World: 55:37 Fallen Kingdom: 1:13:50 Jurassic World Dominion: 1:21:39 Ranking the "Jurassic" series: 1:37:0
LIGHT AND MAGIC is a 6-part documentary series now streaming on Disney+. It is masterfully directed by Lawrence Kasdan - writer of The Empire Strikes Back, Return of the Jedi, Raiders of the Lost Ark, The Force Awakens, and Solo: A Star Wars Story. This phenomenal 6-part series takes you on a journey through not just the history of ILM, but the making of Star Wars and other big effects blockbusters (The Abyss, Terminator 2, Willow, Jurassic Park). We get to know the people behind these effects, and their relationships with one another. This week Richard and I had the pleasure of participating in a series of Roundtables with director Lawrence Kasdan, legendary effects artists Dennis Muren and Phil Tippett, and Janet Lewin - Senior Vice President, Lucasfilm VFX & General Manager, ILM. Other journalists and podcasters who asked great questions at these roundtables include Mike Celestino (Laughing Place), Tricia Barr (Fangirls Going Rogue/FanGIRL Blog), Coffee With Kenobi, Skytalkers Podcast, Star Wars Holocron, and James Burns (Jedi News). All six parts of LIGHT AND MAGIC are streaming now on Disney+.
On this episode Aries and Andy talk about Jurassic Park, Dave Chapelle, and Supreme Team. Musical Guest:J Moneyy Social Media Instagram: @SpearsBergPod Twitter: @SpearsBergPod Facebook: SpearsBergPod Patreon: SpearsBergPod Youtube: SpearsBergPod Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Hello CampFam and subWUFers! Josh sits down with executive producer Scott Kreamer to chat about all 5 seasons of "Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous". Join them as they discuss the series, their favorite parts, the references to "Dominion" and "Fallen Kingdom", how a series like this gets made, and more. Plus, Scott answers some questions about the series finale. What were our favorite parts of the series? Will there be more? Which character do you kill to win an Emmy? Tune in to find out! This is a SPOILER filled episode. Thank you to DreamWorks for letting us watch out the season early and for helping set up this interview. Check out all 5 seasons of Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous on Netflix today. Follow DreamWorks on: Instagram @drmwrx Twitter @DRMWRX Special Thanks to this week's sponsor Wild Bill's Soda! Enjoy crisp unique olde fashioned soda flavors anytime with Wild Bill's. Head over to drinkwildbills.com and use code FANDOM10 to get 10% off your purchase! Thanks to One Outta Ten for supplying the music for this episode. Check them out on: Instagram @one_outta_ten Spotify at One Outta Ten Do you have suggestions for the show? Do have specific voice actor or creator that you would like us to interview? We would love to hear from you! Feel free to shoot us an email HERE. Be sure to head over to our website AnimationStationPodcast.com to check out both What's Up, Fandom & Animation Station Podcast episodes. If you enjoy the show, please rate and review! Follow the show on: Instagram @WhatsUpFandom Twitter @WhatsUpFandomPC YouTube What's Up, Fandom Podcast Follow Josh @JoshLCain Tags: podcast, podcasts, movies, tv, comics, popculture, fandom, netflix, dreamworks, jurassicpark, jurassicworld, campcretaceous, dinosaurs, universal, thelostworld, lostworld, campfam, dominion
Sarah is out this week, but Gabriel and Zach are joined by writer, director, and filmmaker Maegan Houang for two bad ideas involving peanuts and intelligence tests! In our first bad idea, Gabriel brings the story of a man who dutifully pushed a peanut up a mountain to break a world record. The gang turns it into a Rat Race-style eccentric millionaire-driven comedy of errors. Then, Zach presents a slippery tale of a man who was turned away from a job as a police officer because... he scored too highly on an intelligence test. Everyone struggles with how to turn that into a forward-facing story with anything approaching sympathetic characters. Then, we get to talk to Maegan about her career, visualizing songs for music videos, and dealing with the challenges of morale on film sets. All of that, plus: reboots of Fitzcarraldo, family feuds, structural wrappers, sci-fi societies, prescient questions, and Jurassic Park for Psychopaths. Today's Bad Ideas™: Idea #1 Idea #2 For more on Maegan and her work, check out her website. Support the show: http://patreon.com/NoBadIdeas See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week Mike and Justin chat about David Cronenberg's Crimes of The Future. However, before that, they give their thoughts on Jurassic Park: Dominion, Cha Cha Real Smooth and The Worst Person In The World - Intro (00:00:00 - 00:03:47) - News on the March! (00:03:47-0:29:36) - Cha Cha Reel Smooth - Jurassic Park: Dominion - The Worst Person In The World - Top Gun: Maverick - (00:29:36 - 01:15:33) - Spoilers start at 00:48:19 - Outro - (01:15:33 - 01:16:10) For all your movie and game news, reviews, and more, check out our friends at www.cinelinx.com. Follow us on: Twitter Facebook Instagram Email us at: email@example.com Talk Criterion Collection, film, tv, and other stuff with us in our Facebook group at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/casualcinecast Intro/Outro Music courtesy of Jake Wagner-Russell at www.soundcloud.com/bopscotch
In this Bonus Episode, Brad chats with Raini Rodriguez and Paul-Mikél Williams about Season 5 of Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous! Be warned, we do discuss FULL SPOILERS for Season 5. Enjoy!~BUY PODCAST MERCH~https://www.jurassicparkpodcast.com/store~SOCIAL MEDIA | FOLLOW US~Website: https://www.jurassicparkpodcast.com/Twitter: https://twitter.com/jurassicparkpodInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/jurassicparkpodcast/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jurassicparkpodcast