Fictional character, a giant movie monster resembling a colossal gorilla
Elliott Kalan joins Jordan and Jesse to kick off MaxFun Drive with a bang! The only way they know how: by ranking all the King Kong movies and talking about getting Big Bopper cucked. Make sure to support this great network by heading on over to maximumfun.org/join
Hello and welcome to Episode 182 of The Ska Geek Podcast. It's time to dance the ska with great tunes. Thanks to all the bands for their submissions. We've got some awesome ska for you. Some new and some classics for your listening or dancing pleasure. Here are this episode's sweet songs: 01 IESSE - Meaningless 02 Operation Ibis - Co-operation Ibis 03 Shark Punch - Boom Boom Boom 04 Legal Disaster - Tomb Diggin Shovels 05 Killer Diller - Fight For Your Woman 06 Lily Allen - Blank Expression 07 MC Zulu - Turn Up 08 Micah Shalom - Baltimore 09 The Sentiments - You Don't Know 10 King Kong 4 - Paper Sky 10 The Terrorists - Justice 11 The Erector Set - Inside Out Enjoy. Skank on.
In Cineversary podcast episode #57, host Erik Martin celebrates the 90th birthday of King Kong with three great guests: visual effects master Phil Tippett; Ray Morton, author of King Kong: The History of a Movie Icon from Fay Wray to Peter Jackson; and TV actor, director, screenwriter, and producer Richard Correll. Together, they take the scenic route from Skull Island to the Empire State Building as they explore why Kong still matters, how it's stood the test of time, its huge influence on cinema, and more. Learn more about the Cineversary podcast at podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/cineversary and email show comments or suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/cineversary/support
It's news day and boy oh boy there is MUCH to discuss. So much so we run a little bit over time and a lot of it, comes from one spicy topic. If you're a fan of TMNT and have been following Super7, don't miss this discussion! We also get our first look at some movie-based toys from The Todd, Seth Rogens new Turtles film and an onslaught of Marvel Legends. And did we mention one of the team is BACK on TV again? We also talk Funko, but not in a good way…Support the show: http://patreon.com/toypowerpodcastSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Sounds of the Caribbean with Selecta Jerry
This weeks show kicks off with classics from Bunny Wailer, The Wailing Souls, Don Carlos, Willi Williams, Junior Reid, Burning Spear, Taj Weekes, Bob Marley & The Wailers, Barrington Levy, Hugh Mundell, Soul Power & Sound, Linval Thompson, Morvin Brooks, Michale Prophet, and Clinton Fearon. New music this week comes from Keith Poppin, AbiYah Yisrael, Zamunda, Earl Sixteen, Kandiman & Liondub, Subatomic Sound System and Don Husky, King Kong, Dub Proof, Smokey, Turbulence, Kumar Fyah, Alpha Steppa & Awa Fall, Mikey General & Radikal Vibration, Nupah and the Dub Wizards, Runkus, Azizzi Romeo and Livity All Stars, and Jah Version. Enjoy! Bunny Wailer - Jammins - Rootsman Skanking - Shanachie Wailing Souls & Ranking Trevor - War (extended 12” mix) - Wailing Souls At Channel One - Pressure Sounds Don Carlos - Hog and Goat - Reggae Anthology: The Channel One Story Chapter 2 - VP Records Willi Williams & Yabby You - Daughters Of Zion - Unification: From Channel One To King Tubbys - Shanachie Junior Reid & D-Roy Band - Thanks and Praise/Praise Dub - W.O.W. Music 12” Hitman & Fiza Meets Queen Omega & Vale - Horns Dubwise - Tribe 84 Records 12” Burning Spear - Jah Kingdom - Jah Kingdom - Mango Taj Weekes & Adowa - Vibe Up - To All My Relations - Jatta Records Bitty McLean & Sly & Robbie - Glass House - Forward - Taxi/Tabou 1 Bob Marley & The Wailers - One Drop - Survival - Tuff Gong Barrington Levy & Roots Radics - Don't Fuss Nor Fight w/version - Volcano 7” Hugh Mundell - Jah Music - Mundell - Greensleeves Soul Power & Sound Meets Al Breadwinner - Yard Music - In Dub Procedure - Hornin' Sounds Linval Thompson - River Jordan - The Early Sessions - 1974-1982 - Thompson Sound Morvin Brooks - Cheer Up Blackman - Roots Techniques - Pressure Sounds Michael Prophet - No Friend In This Time - Know The Right - Prophet Music Yabby You & Michael Prophet - Rasta Conference - Yabby You & Michael Prophet Meet The Scientist At The Dub Station - Dubmusic Productions Clinton Fearon - Never Get Burn - What A System - Kool Yu Foot Keith Poppin - Tear Down The Gate - KP Productions AbiYah Yisrael - Assemble - African Renaissance - ChaYah Studios Zamunda - Jah Over Evil - Jah Surround Me - Sweet Waters Spawn Music Earl Sixteen - Jah Earth - Rightful Ruler - Zion High Productions Kandiman & Liondub - Politician - Journey - Liondub International Subatomic Sound System feat. Don Husky - No Bloodshed/No Bloodshed (dubstrumental) - Subatomic Sound King Kong - The Herb - Massive B Perfect Giddimani - Cant - Chant Riddim - Chalice Row Records Dub Proof - SOS - Neptune - Green Stream Smokey - Meditation Strong - 12 &1/2 Riddim - Z2diZ Music Horace Andy - Rock to Sleep - Midnight Rocker - On U Sound Dubmatix feat. Lasai - Love - ReWired - Echo Beach Turbulence - Where Do I Go - Purity Riddim - True Move International Kumar - My Time - We Remember Bob Andy - VP Records Dennis Brown - Cheater - Impact 7” Tommy McCook & Impact All Stars - Harvest In The East - Impact 7” Soul Sugar - East Of The River Nile - Chase The Light - Gee Recordings Some Dub Stories - Hypnotopia - Take It Easy Agency Gussie P & Mad Professor - A Good Hiding Dub (Mad Professor Dub) - Heavyweight Champion Of Dub - Mafia & Fluxy Alpha Steppa & Awa Fall - Holi/Holi Dub - What A Joy - Steppers Records Vibronics & Mafia & Fluxy - Sweet Dub Love - Vibronics Meets Mafia & Fluxy In Brixton - Scoops Joseph Lalibela - Jah Golden Light (Birhanu Verse)/Jah Golden Light(Birhanu Dub Version) - Universal Love Mikey General & Radikal Vibration - Plug Into Jah/Plug Into Jah Version - Evidence Music Kabaka Pyramid feat. Peter Tosh - Mystik Man - The Kalling - Ghetto Youths International Mighty Mystic - Money Haffi Spend - Mighty Mystic Music Midnight Riders & Naram - Dread In America - Midnight Riders Meets The Naram Rhythm Section - Red Robin Records Nupah Meets Dub Wizards - Murderer - Time To Roots Records Runkus - In Addis Ababa - Inna Dis Yah Riddim - Global Beats Azizzi Romeo & Livity All Stars - African Youth/African Dub - Livity Music Micah Shemaiah - Run Things - Evidence Music Royal Blu Meets The Autos - Dancehall Session - Easy Star Records Jah Version - Likkle Bass/Bass Dub - Dubplate Collectors
Daily Power Affirmations for your Creative Maniac Mind (in 60 Seconds)
Today's Power Affirmation: My mind is King Kong strong and I am even stronger. Today's Oracle of Motivation: You know what helps in every situation? The ability to be King Kong strong within your thoughts. Strengthening your mind leads to humility, patience, self-confidence, courage, honesty, focus, flexibility, awareness, gratitude, and the ability to beat resistance and fear gremlins to a pulp. When you create habits to strengthen your mind (meditation, creative expression, relaxation, self-love, etc), you strengthen the rest of your life too (relationships, career, projects, sexy-time, etc). When you understand that you are also stronger than your mind, your mind follows suit and levels up to superhero status. That cape looks hella fresh on you! Click Here to Get Your Affirmation Card Deck Today Download 10 Free Affirmation Wallpapers for Your Computer and Mobile Phone Designed to Motivate Your Creative Maniac Mind The 60-Second Power Affirmations Podcast is designed to help you focus, affirm your visions, and harness the power within your creative maniac mind! Join us every Monday and Thursday for a new 60-second power affirmation followed by a blast of oracle motivation from the Universe (+ a quick breathing meditation). It's time to take off your procrastination diaper and share your musings with the world! For more musings, visit RageCreate.com Leave a Review & Share! Apple Podcast reviews are one of THE most important factors for podcasts. If you enjoy the show please take a second to leave the show a review on Apple Podcasts! Click this link: Leave a review on Apple Podcasts Hit “Listen on Apple Podcasts” on the left-hand side under the picture. Scroll down under “Ratings & Reviews” & click “Write A Review” Leave an honest review. You're awesome!
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It's the King's day! And what better way to spend it, than premiering our new Silver Scream Series, and talking about the historic 1933 Merian C. Cooper film, KING KONG! Did we love it, did we hate it, or did we just spend an entire episode doing accents?! Find out on this episode of Monster Candy Podcast!
The Kaiju Transmissions Podcast
Byrd and Matt are joined by guest hosts Tom (Final Forum - A Dragonball Podcast), Kevin (Maser Patrol), Lux (of metal bands Soulmass and Wraithstorm), Connor (Easter's Kaiju Kompendium blog) for a giant round table discussion on Tsuburaya's recent reboot, Shin Ultraman! The film was directed by Shinji Higuchi and Hideaki Anno, following up their massively successful Shin Godzilla (2016). We'll give our full review of the movie as well as talk a bit about how the project came to be. But first we have a kaiju sized news roundup as we discuss the director announcement for the upcoming Gamera: Rebirth, the news of a THEM remake, a recap of the recent King Kong at 90 exhibit in Michigan, a mini review of the recent documentary Theaters of War, and the recently leaked documents about the United States military's involvement in Godzilla 2014. This is a super sized, action packed episode, so get comfy and join our conversation!
Who'd have thought, this silly little show would get this far? Probably only Darren in truth! Tonight we celebrate something Old, Something New and Something You. It's really just a cover for us to talk about the toys that we love in our collections. You can watch this celebratory episode on our Facebook page to see all the give-aways, the questions and the questionable fashion choices, inspired by a certain friend of ours. A massive THANK you to all our supporters over the journey, our Patreons and anyone who's ever listened. It certainly has been one helluva Good Journey! Support the show: http://patreon.com/toypowerpodcastSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Here we are in the 90th anniversary year of the original King Kong, reviewing the 1976 remake. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mmftg/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mmftg/support
All aboard! In this episode, “The Invisible Dan” and “Monster Mike” cruise deep into the Amazon in search of a creature which may bridge the evolutionary gap between man and fish! Join them as they discuss the Gill-man's painstaking design process, the narrative similarities to King Kong, the breathtaking underwater photography, and why Creature from the Black Lagoon is unquestionably one of the all-time great monster movies. Check out the original Gill-man test suit here! If you enjoy this episode, and want to support the show, check out our Patreon!
We wanted to cover two movies that exemplify Black excellence in horror. Sure, we picked a movie from one of the most polarizing sub-genres out there, but the movie's plot had so much potential. And this week's feature is an award winning film that had a lot of buzz coming out of Sundance last year. We go in with no preconceived notions whenever we watch anything, but we knew we had picked two winners.Before we talk about the two, we discuss someone we have never talked about on our humble little podcast. Woody Allen's fiftieth movie is completed and we talk about his legacy as a director. Even before he ruined his name, were we fans of his work? What did we miss that everyone else seemed to pick up on?One of our best episodes is our look at Heaven's Gate: The Cult of Cults. The HBO documentary is well researched, informative, and shocking. With a new movie about the infamous group coming up, we talk about whether it is something we are interested in or if we have seen all that we need to.Blaxploitation pictures constantly tackled race and class, and Dr. Black, Mr. Hyde has one of the most ingenuous stories out there. The subtly named Dr. Pride is a Black doctor who is trying to create a cure for liver disease. When he experiments on himself, he becomes a white man. Kinda.It has been seen in many comedies, but rarely in serious films. The 1976 release sets the table for so much. Dr. Pride is a Black man who does not fit into a white world. He turns into a white man who does not fit in the Black world. There is are allusions to other movies that have dealt with race relations.Regrettably, it does nothing with any of these bigger ideas. So, is it enjoyable as just a regular old schlocky creature feature?Nanny was one of the biggest critical hits of last year. It won the Grand Jury prize at the Sundance Film Festival and seemed like it was set to join Sundance horror favorites like Mandy, V/H/S, and Hereditary. Since its big win, there has been little said about the movie, however.Though much more focused than Dr. Black, Mr. Hyde, Nanny is a case of missed opportunities. It introduces interesting themes, but does little with any of them. We talk about its pacing, its decision to barely use West African culture, and whether it is a horror movie or not. Adventures in Movies! is a part of the Morbidly Beautiful Podcast Network. Morbidly Beautiful is your one stop shop for all your horror needs. From the latest news and reviews to interviews and old favorites, it can be found at Morbidly Beautiful.Adventures in Movies! is hosted by Nathaniel and Blake. You can find Nathaniel on Instagram at nathaninpoortaste. Blake can be found on Twitter @foureyedhorror and on Instagram at foureyedhorror. You can reach us personally or on Twitter @AdventuresinMo1.Music in the background from https://www.FesliyanStudios.com
We finish animal month with the big Monky, King Kong. We talk about the 1933 version, 1976 version, and Godzilla vs. Kong.
Based just south of Los Angeles, he is a singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist who just released his eighth album at the end of January. He has gotten radio exposure from Mexico to Portugal to the UK to, of course, here in the U.S., and has an amazing story about being befriended early in his career by the road manager for The Beatles. In addition to all that he has done in music, he has worked on film projects including blockbusters “Titanic” and “King Kong.”
Sounds of the Caribbean with Selecta Jerry
This weeks show starts off with music from Tony Rebel, Every Blender, Samory I, Linval Thompson, Trinity, The Revolutionaries, Donovan D, Barry Brown, Johnny Clarke, Lloyd Charmers, Delroy Williams and Augustus Pablo, Gregory Isaacs, Horace Andy, Prince Far I, and Midnite. New music this week comes from RootsyBeats and Dub Idren, Perfect Giddimani and Dre Z Melodi, Mikey General, Simma and Natty Campbell, Zamunda, Jahfari, Wrongtom, Manwel T, Nepal and Dub Wizards, Calibration Alert and Stone Face Priest, Vernon Maytone, King Kong, Daniel Brown, Protoje, and Dubmatix with JMan. Also this week we feature an oldies session with Pat Kelly, The Aggro Band, Barry Brown, The Wailers, and William Shakespear with the Leonard Santic All Stars plus ride the new Purity Riddim featuring Lutan Fyah, Anthony John and The Da Real Storm. Enjoy! Tony Rebel - Jah By Your Side - Tony Rebel: Collectors Series Vol. 2 - Penthouse Records Everton Blender - The Man - Piece Of The Blender: The Singles - Heartbeat Records Paul Wayne - Inna Concrete Jungle - Strictly Yard Music LLC Rorystonelove & Samory I - Black Gold - Black Gold - Black Dub Linval Thompson - Fire A Go Burn - Rough Dubplate Cuts 12” Trinity - Alpha & Omega - Rough Dubplate Cuts 12” Petah Sunday - Dub Them Jah - Rough Dubplate Cuts 12” The Revolutionaries - El Bamba - High Note Records Keith Poppin - Tear Down The Gate - KP Productions Donovan D - Who Is The One - Techniques 7” Barry Brown - Mafia/Mafia Dub - Right Now - Greensleeves Johnny Clarke - Give Up The Badness - Justice 7” Lloyd Charmers - Darker Than Blue - Darker Than Blue: Soul From Jamdown - Blood & Fire Delroy Williams & Augustus Pablo - Your Mind/Your Mind Dub - Message 7” Gregory Isaacs - Uncle Joe - Gregory Isaacs: Dub Versions Deluxe - Tad's Records Horace Andy - Problems - Santic & Friends: An Even Harder Shade Of Black - Pressure Sounds Leonard Santic All Stars - Problems #2 - Down Santic Way - Pressure Sounds Prince Fari - Tribute To Bob Marley - Heavy Manners: Anthology 1977-1983 - Trojan Records Midnite - Lion Wears The Crown - Ras Mek Peace - Wildchild Rootsy Beats Meets Dub Idren - Spiritual Calling - Dubophonic Records Perfect Giddimani & Dre Z Melodi - Teachings Of Haile Selassie - Giddimani Records Mikey General & Tandero - The Earth Is The Lords - Neon Digital Vol. 2 - Caribic Nights Simma & Natty Campbell - For The Win/For The Dub - Super Chip Zamunda feat. Popcaan & Dre Island - Jah Love Remix —Jah Surround Me - Sweet Waters Spawn Music Zamunda feat. Jah Cure, Capleton, & Kumar - Time Is Now - Jah Surround Me - Sweet Waters Spawn Music Jahfari - Words From The Most High - EC Linton Music Keida - M-16 - Ebb and Flow - Great Whyte Entertainment Reggaeaddiction feat. Ammoye - Heart Of Gold - Ganja Harvest - Nu Funk Records Duane Stephenson - Unchained - We Remember Bob Marley - VP Records Pat Kelly - How Long Will It Take - Jamaican Superstars Box Set - Trojan Records The Aggro Band - Sweet Like Candy - Who Wants Some? - VP Records Barry Brown - Give Love - Studio One 7” The Wailers - Rock It Baby - Island Records 7” William Shakespear & Leonard Santic All Stars - Late At Night/Santic Rock - Down Santic Way - Pressure Sounds Wrongtom feat. Rico Rodriguez - Nasty Dub - Pama International Meets Wrongtom In Dub - Pama International Errol Thompson & The Professionals - Behind Iron Bars - African Dub All-Mighty Chapter 3 - Joe Gibbs Manwel T - Livity Horns/Livity Dub - Manwel T - Music Sticky Joe feat. J Patterson & The Basskateers - Overcome - Culture Dub Records: Vocal & Dub Versions 2016-2021 Part 2 - Culture Dub Records Nupah Meets Dub Wizards - Murderer/Murderer Dub - Time To Roots Records Numa Crew - Everytime - Dub Searcher - Moonshine Recordings Calibration Alert Meets Stone Face Priest - Carbon Copy Smile/No Honour Dub - Linkingstone Music Lutan Fyah - City Get Red - Purity Riddim - True Move International Anthony John - Puppet Show - Purity Riddim - True Move International Da Real Storm - Trouble Maker - Purity Riddim - True Move International Daniel Brown - Suffering - 12 & 1/2 Riddim - Z2diZ Music Vernon Maytone - Contagious - Buckley's Music King Kong - The Herb - Massive B Brother Culture - Catchy - 40 Years Anniversary Collection - Evidence Music Dubmatix feat. JMan - Salute - ReWired - Echo Beach Protoje - Legend, Legend - Indiggnation Collective Danakil & Ondubground feat. Twan Tee - Fly Away - Danakil Meets Ondubround Part 2 - Baco Records Roots Revival Riddim Force feat. Peter Youthman - Karma/Karma Dub - Tribe 84 Records
Aaron and Darlene watch some classic sci-fi from the 1950s and '60s, good and bad. They talk about what makes these films memorable and fun, and if you should take a trip back in time and enjoy these films as well.Feedback for the show?:Email: email@example.comTwitter: https://twitter.com/thisweekingeekSubscribe to our feed: https://www.spreaker.com/show/3571037/episodes/feediTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/this-week-in-geek/id215643675Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/3Lit2bzebJXMTIv7j7fkqqGoogle Podcasts: https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuc3ByZWFrZXIuY29tL3Nob3cvMzU3MTAzNy9lcGlzb2Rlcy9mZWVkWebsite: https://www.thisweekingeek.net
Having dealt with all the Brawlers, Sam and Martin dig into the bonus disc of Orphans with a Fats Waller cover, music first performed by Johnny Cash, and a synopsis of King Kong. We discuss Waits's capability as a pianist, his treatment of history's villains, and consider his cover of an iconic outsider-artist musician. website: songbysongpodcast.com twitter: @songbysongpod e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Music extracts used for illustrative/review purposes include: Crazy 'Bout My Baby, Orphans: Brawlers Bawlers & Bastards, Tom Waits (2006) Down There By The Train, Orphans: Brawlers Bawlers & Bastards, Tom Waits (2006) King Kong, Orphans: Brawlers Bawlers & Bastards, Tom Waits (2006) King Kong, Yip Jump Music, Daniel Johnston (1983) We think your Song by Song experience will be enhanced by hearing, in full, the songs featured in the show, which you can get hold of from your favourite record shop or online platform. Please support artists by buying their music, or using services which guarantee artists a revenue - listen responsibly.
Actors With Issues, with Juan Ayala
All he cares about is LOVE! Broadway triple threat James T. Lane joins us this week to talk about his return to the long-running Broadway hit Chicago as Billy Flynn. James shares that after joining the Broadway company of King Kong, he was starting to seek more creative responsibility. “I'd look at all the great Billy Flynn's we had over the years and even the understudies and saw what they were doing with it. I thought ‘the next time I come back, I'm coming as Billy Flynn. I set my mind to that and it's finally happened.'” James also talks about working with two-time Drag Race winner Jinkx Monsoon, his one-man show Triple Threat and the biggest lesson he's learned playing Billy Flynn in Chicago. Thanks for tuning in! If you enjoyed the episode, please subscribe to the channel to never miss an episode!
Random Number Generator Horror Podcast No. 9
It was CAPITALISM that killed the beast. Approachability: 7/10 (Legitimate thriller, for a 90-year-old film) Content Warnings: Old-timey misogyny; super racist caricatures; monster attacks; animal death Next Week's Film Patreon Live Stream Feb 19: The Happiness of the Katakuris (2002) patreon.com/randomhorror9 RandomHorror9 T-Shirts! Hosts: Jeffrey Cranor & Cecil Baldwin (Find more of our work on Welcome to Night Vale) Editing: Grant Stewart Logo: David Baldwin Random Horror 9 Patreon Twitter, Letterboxd, & Instagram: @RandomHorror9 We are part of Night Vale Presents
Valentine's Day is around the corner, but this ain't a lovers special. Tarrus Riley covers Bob Andy's ‘Desperate Lover', Chezidek arrives with a new release alongside Irie Ites, King Kong makes a dedication to The Herb, plus pure positivity Khalia and EarthKry. New Riddims Special Request, Same Story, Street Heat, One Draw, and more. Check Out The Websites WorldAReggae.com and Caribbeandanceradio.comLike And Follow On Facebook, Twitter, And Instagram linktr.ee/thedjphgAza Lineage Meets DJ PhG mixtape out now - https://on.soundcloud.com/7Hr5UKabaka Pyramid - Faded Away ft. Buju BantonMorgan Heritage - Just a NumberMediSun - Take You HomeD'yani - Live a LittleNVT3L & Natel - Island in the SeaGentleman - Over The HillsKing Kong - The HerbTarrus Riley - Desperate LoverEarthKry - The GhettoEarthKry - Maaga DogKhalia X Skyscraper Stereo - Every ManBlvk H3ro - BattlefieldSizzla - CongoEesah - Money UpEesah - LiberationPopcaan - Great Is HeAza Lineage - FreedomRunkus - In Addis AbabaInezi - JungleAnthony B - Inna YaadEesah - Red NowChezidek & Irie Ites - Dem No WorryAbka Kaba - Good LoveNature Ellis - When The Love Is RightAza Lineage - One DrawRandy Valentine & Little Lion Sound - Own A PlanMicah Shemaiah & Little Lion Sound - Who's Playing That Music Busy Signal - TonightCharly Black - TogetherDemarco - Once BittenKonshens - Same StoryMr Williamz & Kabaka Pyramid & Addis Pablo & Green Lion Crew - PolitricksGreen Lion Crew, Imeru Tafari, Addis Pablo - Nyabinghi Mountains
Today on the show our Victorian brother is back in town - Criss Fresh is in the house! Taking Hollywood Trents seat for the night, (and you KNOW that won't go unnoticed) we cover a wide range of toy talk including the current state of retail, Hasbro wobbles and our biggest new year toy lies. Then it's onto the bevy of DC announcements from James Gunn. What does it all mean and where do we all sit on it? Who is keen and drops the first F-bomb of the night? The answers might surprise you...Support the show: http://patreon.com/toypowerpodcastSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Kaiju Karnage: A Godzilla/King Kong Podcast
Kal gives commentary on the film that began his kaiju journey --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/michael-kal-woodman/support
On this episode of Made in Hollywood Mark and William are discussing the upcoming Oscars. You may also hear irrelevant things on this episode about Mean Girls, High School Musical, The Whale, Avatar 2, AMC A-List, Nicole Kidman, IMAX 3-D, Captain EO, Lord of the Rings, King Kong, Peter Jackson, To Leslie, Andrea Riseborough, Jason Shuman, Michael Morris, Jennifer Aniston, Tar, Harvey Weinstein, Miramax, Christina Ricci, Emancipation, Will Smith, Banshees of Inisherin, Three Billboards, The Fabelmans, Gabriel LaBelle, Steven Spielberg, Michelle Williams, Paul Dano, The Whale, Brendan Fraser, Sadie Sink, and Stranger Things.
Drive-In Double Feature Podcast
On this Thursday edition of Drive-In Double Feature Podcast, Nathan and Ryan return to the old Toho well, but not for Godzilla. We are talking about the KING, King Kong with King Kong Escapes. Support us here: https://www.patreon.com/driveindoublefeaturepodcast https://twitter.com/didfpod and email us at: email@example.com
In this episode, Associate Professor of History, Tyler Fleming (University of Louisville) discusses his book Opposing Apartheid on Stage: King Kong the Musical (University of Rochester Press 2020). "In 1959, King Kong, an interracial jazz opera, swept across South Africa and became a countrywide phenomenon. Its performances sold out, its LP record was widely heard, and its cast became recognized celebrities. Featuring an African composer, cast, and orchestra but predominantly white directors and producers, this interracial production seemed completely distinct from any other theatrical production in the country's history. Despite being staged over a decade after the enacting of apartheid, the interracial collaboration met widespread acclaim that bridged South Africa's racial, political, ethnic, and class fissures." https://boydellandbrewer.com/9781580469852/opposing-apartheid-on-stage/
We have a KING-sized episode for you in honor of the 90th anniversary of the movie that kickstarted our love for on-screen spectacle: 1933's King Kong. We're joined by a trio of Merian C. Cooper experts to discuss the many firsts this movie claimed, Cooper's love of the unknown, and Fay Wray's ability to make you love her alongside a giant ape. Kristen's written a new book for TCM and Running Press called But Have You Read the Book? all about film adaptations! You can pre-order it now before its March 7th release date. Reviews matter and you can help us out by giving us 5 stars on Apple Podcasts! Also, tell your friends to like and subscribe to our Patreon, Instagram, Twitter, and TikTok channels! This episode created thanks to our Patrons: Ali Moore Christine Mier Danny David Floyd Jacob Haller mcf Beverly Christina Lane Jeffrey Peter Bryant Peter Dawson Sofia Copilled Ann Foster Brittany Brock Cat Cooper Donna Hill Fuckbois of Literature Harry Holland Laura Neill Peter Blitstein Rosa Livvy Amy Hart
With our most violent topics yet, we talk about bears fighting gorillas, gorillas fighting gorillas, King Kong vs Godzilla, and much more. You can find the podcast on Apple, Google, and Spotify, every Tuesday for brand new episodes. Follow us on Instagram, Twitter, and TikTok for more information! Visit us: https://www.sonsofhitches.com/ Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/sons-of-hitches/id1627074355 Google: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy85YjgxYmMzMC9wb2RjYXN0L3Jzcw Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/5Z6jbj5ZEFGvJ7EzxLmBHq
Since at least the dawn of the talkie, filmmakers have understood how to draw up an adventure tale. 1933's King Kong changed the landscape of cinema for its groundbreaking special effects and shockingly deep themes, but it also informed future storytellers how treks to strange new worlds would - and should - play out on screen.
durée : 01:35:00 - Les Nuits de France Culture - par : Albane Penaranda - En 1986, l'émission "Les Mardis du cinéma" s'intéresse à "King Kong", le film américain réalisé en 1933 qui montre un gorille géant escaladant la tour de l'Empire State Building. Image inoubliable qui a fasciné des générations de spectateurs. Analyses et extraits du film au micro de Noël Simsolo. - invités : Jean Narboni Historien, théoricien et critique de cinéma
The brilliant singer-songwriter, David Pomeranz, has achieved success in virtually every entertainment medium. His songs have been recorded and performed by a long list of major artists including: Bette Midler, Kenny Loggins, Cliff Richard, Freddie Mercury, Kenny Rogers, Glen Campbell, Lou Rawls, John Denver, Missy Elliott, and Barry Manilow, who had international #1 hits with David's “Tryin' to Get the Feeling Again,” and “The Old Songs.” David's concert performances have delighted audiences worldwide. His recording and songwriting projects have earned him a total of 22 platinum and 18 gold albums, selling over 40 million records worldwide.At 19, Decca records signed David to a multi-album solo contract. He subsequently toured extensively with artists like: The Carpenters, Steely Dan, Air Supply, Randy Newman, Rod Stewart, The Doors and many more. David's solo albums include: "It's in Every One of Us,” "The Truth of Us,” “Time to Fly”, “New Blues,” “On This Day,” and “The Eyes of Christmas.”He's performed sold out concerts at The Kennedy Center, Hollywood Bowl, London Hippodrome, Universal Amphitheater, and hundreds more. David has written music and lyrics for major Motion Pictures like: "Big” and “King Kong." On TV, his songs have been featured on "Will and Grace,” “The Summer Olympic Games,” "Boston Legal,” “American Idol,” and Showtime's “Elvis Presley's Graceland,” for which he composed the score. He's also contributed songs to the hit London Musical, “Time,” starring Cliff Richard and Sir Laurence Olivier. For the Charlie Chaplin-based musical, “Little Tramp,' David wrote music, lyrics, and co-wrote the book with Steven Horwich. He also composed music for the Dickens classic, “A Tale of Two Cities” with lyrics by Steven Horwich and book by Steven Horwich and David Soames. And he composed the Tony-nominated musical, “Scandalous,” with Kathie Lee Gifford and composer, David Friedman.Beyond all that, David also hosts “SongSessions with David Pomeranz,” a popular podcast in which David talks shop with some of the most iconic songwriters of our time. Guests have included: Richard Marx, Melissa Manchester, Barry Mann, Paul Williams, Barry Manilow, Alan Bergman and more. SongSessions can be found at davidpomeranz.com and on major apps and platforms.
Are you struggling to get the attention of potential customers in today's crowded market? Sabri Suby shares his insights on how to help your business stand out. Sabri built King Kong with $0 in his bedroom, making over 150 cold calls per day. Today, King Kong is valued at over $50,000,000. Listen to the full episode here: https://open.spotify.com/episode/1DIJdMKmYcI2pVLWNFAdfQ?si=Ae5_P8XoSh2tsicxiGt5tQ Sabri Suby Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sabrisuby/ Sabri Suby Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ssuby Watch On YouTube: https://youtu.be/BV-bvpgpGBM
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Today on Toy Power, it's time to look forward to 2023 and what lies beyond. But before that, just cause (most of us) were on holidays doesn't mean the toy companies are! NECA do their traditional reveals while Boss Fight revive an 80s legend. Mattel do DEEP into the well for their new figure while Todd gives us the most maximum Batman there is. Also featuring Shaq, Tom Sellick, Sarah Jessica Parker and six-packs. And Ben answers the question on everyone's lips: What does Thirty-Thirty look like?Support the show: http://patreon.com/toypowerpodcastSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.