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The Overlook Hour Podcast
#295 - The Forbidden Files, C‘mon C‘mon, Mandela Catalogue, The Feast

The Overlook Hour Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 198:19


This week the Overlook Hour reaches cinematic oblivion with guest host Nick Nordlinger who's here to call the shots and take us on an epic 3-hour journey through all things film, anarcho-communism, and the shire.  Randy talks about his new standing desk, another Abel Ferrara film, and crying during C'mon C'mon. Russell watches a Will Smith film and somehow, amazingly ties it back to Hitchcock. For the die-hards that make it to the end, we've also got “Nicks Book Corner” where the boys try to sound as intelligent and well-read as our guest host.    Films: Les documents interdits (TV), C'mon C'mon (2021), Beginners (2010), 20th Century Women (2016), Mandela Catalogue (2021), The Feast (2021), Focus (2015), The Silence of the Lambs (1991), Silent Night, Deadly Night (1984), American Psycho (2000), Urban Legend (1998), Tucker and Dale vs Evil (2010), The Final Girls (2015), Dude Bro Party Massacre III (2015), The Last House on the Left (1972), Big Trouble in Little China (1986), Vertigo (1958), Once Upon a Time... In Hollywood (2019), Candyman (2021), The French Dispatch (2021), Breakfast at Tiffany's (1961), Night of the Demon (1980), Zeros and Ones (2021), New Rose Hotel (1998), First Reformed (2017), Winter Light (1963), Diary of a Country Priest (1951), House of Gucci (2021), Notorious (1946), Goodnight Mommy (2014), Swallow (2019)   Hey, we're on YouTube!  Listening on an iPhone? Don't forget to rate us on iTunes!   Fill our fe-mailbag by emailing us at Podcast@TheOverlookTheatre.com    Intro Music by Engineer Randy Reach us on Instagram (@theoverlooktheatre) Facebook (@theoverlookhour) Twitter (@OverlookHour)

Slashers
Thanksgorging Week 5 - The Silence of the Lambs

Slashers

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 69:37


Happy Cyber Monday, Goons!!! This last week of November, Jake and Ade go through The Silence of the Lambs, directed by Jonathan Demme and adapted from Thomas Harris' novel of the same name (screenplay by Ted Tally--who also adapted Red Dragon!). We chose this one for its gorging/cannibalism by Dr. Hannibal Lecter, but also because it is truly a cinematic masterpiece. From its score by Howard Shore (Scanners, Se7en, Videodrome, The Fly, Big, etc...), to the incredible acting chops of Anthony Hopkins as Dr. Lecter, Ted Levine as the titular Buffalo Bill, and the subtle nuanced delivery of Clarice Starling's character played by the amazing Jodie Foster, it is genuinely a captivating film that just so happens to cross multiple genres. Find out why we think Dr. Lecter is such a fascinating, principled villain, in comparison to the likes of Dr. Doom and Magneto; why we believe Clarice Starling is more than just an object; and find out about all of the fun cameos by George A. Romero, Chris Isaak and Roger Corman, among many others. In addition, we have several new designs available on our Redbubble at slasherspod.redbubble.com, please be sure to check them out and use Cyber5 for a discount. Stick around for next month with our December theme! If you ever have feedback or recommendations on future episodes, please let us know at slasherspod@gmail.com. You can always find us on our social media: Instagram, Twitter, Slasher App: @slasherspod Facebook: /slasherspod Reddit: u/slasherspod https://www.youtube.com/c/slasherspodcast You can find our merch, and links to all our online presence here: linktr.ee/slasherspod Theme song is I wanna Die by Mini Meltdowns. https://open.spotify.com/artist/5ZAk6lUDsaJj8EAhrhzZnh https://minimeltdowns.bandcamp.com/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/slasherspod/support

Cinema Cemetery
Cinema Cemetery: Episode 64- Silence of the Lambs (1991)

Cinema Cemetery

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 39:32


“Did you kill him?” “No, but best thing for him really; his therapy was going nowhere”. 1991's Silence of the Lambs tells the tale of FBI trainee Clarice Starling called him to interview Hannibal Lecter in hopes of catching a lead to arrest serial killer Buffalo Bill.  As Hannibal toys with Clarice and the department for his own fun, he leads Agent Starling to not only catch a killer, but learn about her own past as well. Can Clarice silence the lambs, or Buffalo Bill strike again?  Find out…now.Current rankings: Lawerence of Arabia  The GodfatherAll About EveThe Godfather Part IIGone With Wind It Happened One NightAmadeus The Deer HunterThe StingAll The King's MenThe Lost WeekendBridge on the River KwaiOne Flew Over The Cuckoos NestRain ManThe French ConnectionOn The WaterfrontThe Sound Of MusicCasablancaAll Quiet on the Western FrontRebeccaIn The Heat of the NightThe Mutiny On The BountyYou Can't Take It With You MartyMrs. MiniverDances With Wolves My Fair LadyPattonGentleman's AgreementHamletCimarron Ben HurChariots of FireGandhiAnnie HallDriving Miss DaisyMidnight CowboyBest Years of Our LivesFrom Here to EternityOliver!Around the World in 80 DaysThe Apartment The Last EmperorThe Great ZiegfeldA Man Of All SeasonsThe West Side StoryWingsGrand HotelRockyOut of AfricaTom JonesKramer v KramerLife of Emil ZolaHow Green Was My ValleyPlatoonAn American in ParisGoing My WayGreatest Show On EarthOrdinary PeopleTerms of EndearmentBroadway Melody CavalcadeGigi

The Movie Show with Joel & Ryan
The Movie Show with Joel & Ryan Episode 4.40

The Movie Show with Joel & Ryan

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 119:27


Redford Directs! And The Movie Show with Joel & Ryan discuss and rank all 9 of his directorial projects, Ordinary People, The Milagro Beanfield War, A River Runs Through It, Quiz Show, The Horse Whisperer, The Legend of Bagger Vance, Lions for Lambs, The Conspirator and The Company You Keep. @askjoelandryan

Cordkillers (All Audio)
The Silence of the Lambs – It's Spoilerin' Time 384

Cordkillers (All Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021


Next week: Squid Game (105), Miami Vice (115 – “Smuggler’s Blues”), Good Time Email the show at Cordkillers@gmail.comSubscribe, get expanded show notes, and past episodes at Cordkillers.com Support Cordkillers at Patreon.com/Cordkillers. If we get to 1850 patrons or $1850/episode, we can begin the Spoilerin’ Project and give you show-based Spoilerin’ Time feeds. Find out more … Continue reading The Silence of the Lambs – It’s Spoilerin’ Time 384 →

It's Spoilerin' Time (Audio)
The Silence of the Lambs – It's Spoilerin' Time 384

It's Spoilerin' Time (Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021


Next week: Squid Game (105), Miami Vice (115 – “Smuggler’s Blues”), Good Time Email the show at Cordkillers@gmail.comSubscribe, get expanded show notes, and past episodes at Cordkillers.com Support Cordkillers at Patreon.com/Cordkillers. If we get to 1850 patrons or $1850/episode, we can begin the Spoilerin’ Project and give you show-based Spoilerin’ Time feeds. Find out more … Continue reading The Silence of the Lambs – It’s Spoilerin’ Time 384 →

Cordkillers (All Video)
It's Spoilerin' Time 384 – The Silence of the Lambs, Squid Game (104), Miami Vice (107 – “No Exit”)

Cordkillers (All Video)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021


Tom’s pick on our film watch is “The Silence of the Lambs.” How does this crew feel about it post-Hannibal? Plus, a cliffhanger of a Squid Game and Bruce Willis on Miami Vice. Next week, it’s Bryce’s film watch pick “Good Time” and Miami Vice 115, “Smuggler’s Blues.” With special guest Eklund. 0:00 – The … Continue reading It’s Spoilerin’ Time 384 – The Silence of the Lambs, Squid Game (104), Miami Vice (107 – “No Exit”) →

Philosophy In Film
Philosophy In Film - 049 - Dune 1984

Philosophy In Film

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 102:31


Its the first episode of Season 3, and after a long hiatus, the Philosophy in Film podcast returns to discuss David Lynch's 1984 epic science fiction classic "Dune".  We share our weekly beverage pairing and plod through Producer's Notes (8:20), before a quick Synopsis leads us into Philosopher's Corner (35:11) and the round table discussion of the philosophical and non-philosophical aspects of the movie that caught our attention. Featured Beer: Inedit, by Damm (Barcelona, Spain)

Anatomy of a Scream Pod Squad
White Ladies in Crisis: S02E03 - Black Widow (1987)

Anatomy of a Scream Pod Squad

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 52:24


November is Gena's pick so she, Jenn and Joe are travelling back to 1987 for the female cat-and-mouse thriller Black Widow starring Debra Winger and Theresa Russell. The feminist AF film offers one hell of a meaty role for Russell, who completely steals the show. Up for discussion: the film's unconventional narrative structure, its lack of interest in male characters, showcasing the Hawaiian setting, comparisons to The Silence of the Lambs, and the film's tentative queerness. Also: this film is sexy! Consider this our plea for more sex in contemporary films! Wanna connect with the show? Gena: @genadoesthings Jenn: @jennferatu Joe: @bstolemyremote Music Credit: Sexy Time by Anthony Vega If you like the podcast, please rate, review, and subscribe! Discover more fabulously spooky Anatomy of a Scream Pod Squad shows at anatomyofascream.com and follow the network on Twitter and Instagram @aoas_xx!

Cordkillers (All Video)
Cordkillers 384 – Remember MoviePass? (w/ Eklund)

Cordkillers (All Video)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021


Disney announced a million things: are we plus or minus on the announcements? Plus, MoviePass is planned to be reborn and yes, there WILL be more Squid Game. All that and more on Cordkillers! With special guest Eklund. This week on It’s Spoilerin’ Time: The Silence of the Lambs, Squid Game (104), Miami Vice (107 … Continue reading Cordkillers 384 – Remember MoviePass? (w/ Eklund) →

Cordkillers Only (Video)
Cordkillers 384 – Remember MoviePass? (w/ Eklund)

Cordkillers Only (Video)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021


Disney announced a million things: are we plus or minus on the announcements? Plus, MoviePass is planned to be reborn and yes, there WILL be more Squid Game. All that and more on Cordkillers! With special guest Eklund. This week on It’s Spoilerin’ Time: The Silence of the Lambs, Squid Game (104), Miami Vice (107 … Continue reading Cordkillers 384 – Remember MoviePass? (w/ Eklund) →

Cordkillers Only (Audio)
Cordkillers 384 – Remember MoviePass? (w/ Eklund)

Cordkillers Only (Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021


Disney announced a million things: are we plus or minus on the announcements? Plus, MoviePass is planned to be reborn and yes, there WILL be more Squid Game. All that and more on Cordkillers! With special guest Eklund. This week on It’s Spoilerin’ Time: The Silence of the Lambs, Squid Game (104), Miami Vice (107 … Continue reading Cordkillers 384 – Remember MoviePass? (w/ Eklund) →

Cordkillers (All Audio)
Cordkillers 384 – Remember MoviePass? (w/ Eklund)

Cordkillers (All Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021


Disney announced a million things: are we plus or minus on the announcements? Plus, MoviePass is planned to be reborn and yes, there WILL be more Squid Game. All that and more on Cordkillers! With special guest Eklund. This week on It’s Spoilerin’ Time: The Silence of the Lambs, Squid Game (104), Miami Vice (107 … Continue reading Cordkillers 384 – Remember MoviePass? (w/ Eklund) →

Because You Were Home
Ep 60. This totally sucks in a great way

Because You Were Home

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 98:32


This week for Universal Monster Month Grace and Eimear are looking at the ultimate monsters Vampires. 100 Horror movie is Silence of The Lambs

It's Spoilerin' Time (Audio)
Miami Vice (106, “One Eyed Jack”) – It's Spoilerin' Time 383

It's Spoilerin' Time (Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021


Next week: Next week: Silence of Lambs, Miami Vice (107, “No Exit”), Squid Game (104) Email the show at Cordkillers@gmail.comSubscribe, get expanded show notes, and past episodes at Cordkillers.com Support Cordkillers at Patreon.com/Cordkillers. If we get to 1850 patrons or $1850/episode, we can begin the Spoilerin’ Project and give you show-based Spoilerin’ Time feeds. Find … Continue reading Miami Vice (106, “One Eyed Jack”) – It’s Spoilerin’ Time 383 →

Cordkillers (All Audio)
Miami Vice (106, “One Eyed Jack”) – It's Spoilerin' Time 383

Cordkillers (All Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021


Next week: Next week: Silence of Lambs, Miami Vice (107, “No Exit”), Squid Game (104) Email the show at Cordkillers@gmail.comSubscribe, get expanded show notes, and past episodes at Cordkillers.com Support Cordkillers at Patreon.com/Cordkillers. If we get to 1850 patrons or $1850/episode, we can begin the Spoilerin’ Project and give you show-based Spoilerin’ Time feeds. Find … Continue reading Miami Vice (106, “One Eyed Jack”) – It’s Spoilerin’ Time 383 →

Cordkillers (All Audio)
Squid Game (103) – It's Spoilerin' Time 383

Cordkillers (All Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021


Next week: Next week: Silence of Lambs, Miami Vice (107, “No Exit”), Squid Game (104) Email the show at Cordkillers@gmail.comSubscribe, get expanded show notes, and past episodes at Cordkillers.com Support Cordkillers at Patreon.com/Cordkillers. If we get to 1850 patrons or $1850/episode, we can begin the Spoilerin’ Project and give you show-based Spoilerin’ Time feeds. Find … Continue reading Squid Game (103) – It’s Spoilerin’ Time 383 →

It's Spoilerin' Time (Audio)
Squid Game (103) – It's Spoilerin' Time 383

It's Spoilerin' Time (Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021


Next week: Next week: Silence of Lambs, Miami Vice (107, “No Exit”), Squid Game (104) Email the show at Cordkillers@gmail.comSubscribe, get expanded show notes, and past episodes at Cordkillers.com Support Cordkillers at Patreon.com/Cordkillers. If we get to 1850 patrons or $1850/episode, we can begin the Spoilerin’ Project and give you show-based Spoilerin’ Time feeds. Find … Continue reading Squid Game (103) – It’s Spoilerin’ Time 383 →

It's Spoilerin' Time (Audio)
Time Bandits – It's Spoilerin' Time 383

It's Spoilerin' Time (Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021


Next week: Next week: Silence of Lambs, Miami Vice (107, “No Exit”), Squid Game (104) Email the show at Cordkillers@gmail.comSubscribe, get expanded show notes, and past episodes at Cordkillers.com Support Cordkillers at Patreon.com/Cordkillers. If we get to 1850 patrons or $1850/episode, we can begin the Spoilerin’ Project and give you show-based Spoilerin’ Time feeds. Find … Continue reading Time Bandits – It’s Spoilerin’ Time 383 →

Cordkillers (All Audio)
Time Bandits – It's Spoilerin' Time 383

Cordkillers (All Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021


Next week: Next week: Silence of Lambs, Miami Vice (107, “No Exit”), Squid Game (104) Email the show at Cordkillers@gmail.comSubscribe, get expanded show notes, and past episodes at Cordkillers.com Support Cordkillers at Patreon.com/Cordkillers. If we get to 1850 patrons or $1850/episode, we can begin the Spoilerin’ Project and give you show-based Spoilerin’ Time feeds. Find … Continue reading Time Bandits – It’s Spoilerin’ Time 383 →

Cordkillers (All Video)
It's Spoilerin' Time 383 – Time Bandits, Squid Game (103), Miami Vice (106, “One Eyed Jack”)

Cordkillers (All Video)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021


We take a trip back in time to watch Time Bandits. Plus, a new game in Squid Game and Miami Vice gives us a new, no-nonsense boss. Next time: it’s back to the Lecter-verse with the classic film “Silence of the Lambs” and Bruce Willis in Miami Vice 107, “No Exit.” With special guest Allison … Continue reading It’s Spoilerin’ Time 383 – Time Bandits, Squid Game (103), Miami Vice (106, “One Eyed Jack”) →

My Neighbors Are Dead
The Silence of the Lambs with Jake Regal

My Neighbors Are Dead

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 20:09


Adam hits the road again, this time to s sports bar in Virginia to talk to Patrice LaFleur (the hilarious Jake Regal), who offers up a very specific type of meat pairing for your prefered wines in this The Silence of the Lambs themed episode. Want to hear more from Jake? Check out an extended interview while supporting the show over on our Patreon. https://www.patreon.com/myneighborsaredead -- SHOW INFORMATION Twitter: @MyDeadNeighbors Instagram: @MyNeighborsAreDead Email: MyNeighborsAreDead@gmail.com Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/myneighborsaredead Merchandise: TeePublic Subscribe: Apple Podcasts Subscribe: Spotify

5 Questions With Dan Schawbel
Episode 160: Kal Penn

5 Questions With Dan Schawbel

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 9:56


My guest today is actor and former White House staff member, Kal Penn. Kal has played leading roles in some of the world's most-watched television shows, including How I Met Your Mother, 24, House, and more. He currently stars in the CBS series Clarice, a sequel to The Silence of the Lambs, and the Disney Junior animated series Mira, Royal Detective. He […]

Liberty Ballers: for Philadelphia 76ers fans
The Gastroenteritis Blues: (90) The Sixers Keep Winning, Joel Looks Like Himself, Are Lambs Sheep?

Liberty Ballers: for Philadelphia 76ers fans

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2021 62:26


On today's episode of The Gastroenteritis Blues, the vibes are absolutely excellent. The Sixers have won six in a row, and Joel Embiid finally looks like himself again. Steve, Dan, and Emily (and later, new intern, Drew) discuss how the team has been able to withstand both Ben Simmons' trade demand and the current issue with COVID-19 to maintain the East's best record and the league's top offense through ten games. Does Doc Rivers deserve more credit than he gets? How about friend of the podcast BBall Paul Reed getting the start? They also briefly discuss the Sixers' decision to resume fining Ben Simmons, and engage in a spirited debate about whether or not Lambs are Sheep. Rate, subscribe, review and enjoy! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

I Know Movies and You Don't w/ Kyle Bruehl
Season 4: The Horror, The Horror - The Silence of the Lambs (Episode 48)

I Know Movies and You Don't w/ Kyle Bruehl

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 132:35


In the forty-eighth episode of Season 4 (The Horror, The Horror) Kyle is joined by a panel of guests, including filmmaker Devin Parker, multi-instrumentalist Ben Childs, and actor Danny Hernandez, to discuss the incisive surgical and psychoanalysis of the particular American root of serial killer trauma in Jonathan Demme's calculated and probing procedural The Silence of the Lambs.

2 Dumb Babies
[PATREON PREVIEW] 138. Door To Door Mormon Vacuum Salesmen

2 Dumb Babies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 3:32


A preview of a Patreon Only episode. We release new exclusive episodes on Patreon (almost) every week for just $1/month SUBSCRIBE ON PATREON: Patreon.com/2dumbbabies This week: A very sensual intro, The first time Willie watched Tom Segura, What Silence of The Lambs was really about, Customer service and the Lord, Staying somewhere by choice vs no choice, Willie and Eric discuss starting their own church, Empires always topple, Dune and the future of cinema, Respecting movie stars over TV stars, Guy who hates stories, and more!

Mother Earth News and Friends
Audio Article: Shetland Wool

Mother Earth News and Friends

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 16:41


Small, hardy, and colorful, Shetland sheep are a natural choice for shepherds and fiber artists alike. This is the audio version of an article from the December 2021/January 2022 issue of Mother Earth News magazine. For more great articles on livestock and land management, large and small farming, and even bees, go to www.motherearthnew.com If you're interested in workshops about everything from cheesemaking to soil health to building around your property, you can take our online classes  and attend the Mother Earth News Fairs. Mother Earth News's sister publication is Grit.

I Don't Even Own a Television

We're off the dang map here, folks, because we don't know where we are, but we do know that here? there be monsters! Just in time for spooky season, we're taking on one of the giants of the bad-book genre, Hannibal by Thomas Harris. This book is a big, corrosive bummer, with lots and lots of moments where the words on the page seem to rearrange themselves into concrete poetry of the author's middle finger extended, straight into the reader's face, and even more moments where the narrator is calling you "we" or being very, one might say scrupulously, careful to mention the race of every character (except the white ones) and the attractiveness levels of every lady-type character. Come for the shopping sprees, but STAY for the choppin—you know what, I don't even have the energy to finish this one. It's a direct sequel to Silence of the Lambs. You think you know what you're in for. You don't. That's why...you need us! Take our hands and join us through a whirlwind tour of hog farming and new love. Recommendations: "Ayoade on Top by Richard Ayoade Werewolf (2016) Music: "I Slammed my Penis in the Car Door" by Sol Scribbles "Jazz Fart" by The Best Show "Lookin' for Love" by Johnny Lee

Out of Curiosity with kt mather
CB 19 - Bill Tanner - Silence of the Lambs

Out of Curiosity with kt mather

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 107:58


Bill and I discuss...honestly, I can't remember what we discuss because I edited this awhile ago and Bill and I text and talk a lot and it's all a big jumbled mess... I do remember that we take a deep dive into the classic thriller, Silence of the Lambs, and discuss, among other things, that when it comes to learning about how not to other--we are all Jack Crawford. Also, I do a fair number of impressions, so...

Eye of the Duck
The Silence of the Lambs (1991) with Aja Romano (Vox)

Eye of the Duck

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2021 94:40


Hello Clarice.  For this week's episode, we spoke with Vox culture writer Aja Romano about the complex and thorny legacy of SILENCE OF THE LAMBS. Happy Halloween!References: Understanding Silence of the Lambs' complicated cultural legacy by Aja Romano Inside the Labyrinth: The Making of Silence of the Lambs Box Office Mojo Credits:Eye of the Duck is created, hosted, and produced, by Dom Nero and Adam Volerich.Scene of the Crime is a Production of Criminal Content.This episode was edited by Dom Nero.Our theme song for is lovingly ripped from Ennio Morricone's soundtrack for the 1987 film, The Untouchables, with some key lines from iconic America crime movies sprinkled in. The outro music is from 1972 film The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean.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.comAnd next time you watch a movie, remember to keep your eye on the duck.

DigiGods
DigiGods Episode 229: 2021 Halloween Special

DigiGods

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2021 90:44


It's all horror for our second COVID-era Halloween special, featuring classic Universal Monsters, Wes Craven's Scream, M. Night Shyamalan's Old and Silence of the Lambs on 4k. Also, Kino's quartet of terrifying Vincent Price classics, monstrous boxed sets from Arrow, Elvira, Kolchak, Lon Chaney, Jonathan Frid and new installments of The Conjuring and Escape Room… only on The DigiGods! DigiGods Podcast, 10/26/21 (M4a) — 42.27 MB right click to save Subscribe to the DigiGods Podcast In this episode, the Gods discuss: The Amazing Mr. X (Blu-ray) The Amityville Moon (DVD) Are You Afraid of the Dark?: Curse of the Shadows (DVD) The Awakening (Blu-ray) Bad Candy (Blu-ray) Batman: The Long Halloween, Part Two (Blu-ray) Born for Hell (Blu-ray) The Brotherhood of Satan (Blu-ray) Brotherhood of the Wolf (Blu-ray) Butcher, Baker, Nightmare Maker AKA Night Warning (Special Edition) (Blu-ray) Cold War Creatures: Four Films From Sam Katzman (Blu-ray) The Comedy of Terrors (Special Edition) (Blu-ray) The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It (4k UHD Blu-ray) Dark Shadows and Beyond: The Jonathan Frid Story (Blu-ray) Dark Spell (Blu-ray) Dark Stories (DVD) Day of the Animals (Blu-ray) Deadly Friend (Blu-ray) Death Screams (Blu-ray) Deep Red UHD (Limited Edition) (4k UHD Blu-ray) Demons 1 & 2 (4k UHD Blu-ray) Elvira's Haunted Hills Collector's Edition (Blu-ray) Escape Room: Tournament of Champions (Blu-ray) Exhumed: A History of Zombies (DVD) Frankenstein's Daughter (Blu-ray) The Frenchman's Garden (Blu-ray) Friday the 13th 8-Movie Collection (Blu-ray) Fried Barry (Blu-ray) Funhouse (DVD) A Ghost Waits (Blu-ray) Great White (Blu-ray) Grizzly (Blu-ray) Hitcher in the Dark (Blu-ray) Honor Killing (Blu-ray) House of Wax: Collector's Edition (Blu-ray) The Howl of the Devil (Blu-ray) Howling Village (Blu-ray) The Hunchback of Notre Dame (Kino Classics) (Blu-ray) Hunting Ground (Blu-ray) I Am Toxic (DVD) I Spit on Your Grave - 3-Disc Set (4k UHD Blu-ray) I Spit On Your Grave: Deja Vu (Blu-ray) Jungle Trap (Blu-ray) Jurassic Hunt (DVD) Kolchak: The Night Stalker (The Complete Series) (Blu-ray) Last Gasp (Blu-ray) Little Vampire (Blu-ray) The Mad Doctor (Blu-ray) The Monster Collection (Blu-ray) The Night (Blu-ray) Night of the Animated Dead (Blu-ray) Night of the Bloody Apes (Blu-ray) Nightbeast (Blu-ray) Old (4k UHD Blu-ray) The Old Ways (Blu-ray) One Dark Night (Blu-ray) Queen of Spades (Blu-ray) The Raven (Special Edition) (Blu-ray) Room 9 (DVD) Rush Week (Blu-ray) Scream UHD (4k UHD Blu-ray) Scream, Pretty Peggy (Blu-ray) The Screaming Woman (Blu-ray) The Silence of the Lambs (4k UHD Blu-ray) Skinned Deep (Blu-ray) The Stand (Blu-ray) The Stand 2-Pack (Blu-ray/DVD) Straight Outta Nowhere: Scooby-Doo Meets Courage the Cowardly Dog (DVD) Ten Minutes to Midnight (Blu-ray) Theater of Blood: Special Edition (Blu-ray) Threshold (Blu-ray) Through the Shadow (DVD) The Tomb of Ligeia: Special Edition (Blu-ray) Trick or Treats (Special Edition) (Blu-ray) Universal Classic Monsters - Icons of Horror Collection (Dracula, Frankenstein, The Invisible Man, The Wolf Man) (4k UHD Blu-ray) The Victim (Blu-ray) The Watcher / Skeleton Key Double Feature (Blu-ray) The Wiggles: Halloween Party (DVD) Please also visit CineGods.com. 

The Envelope Please
1991: The Silence of the Lambs

The Envelope Please

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 62:02


We finally have a horror movie winning Best Picture! Silence of the Lambs is now our third movie to sweep the top 5 Oscar categories... but it didn't come without its controversy. Tune in as we break down this incredible movie and year in film.

Cinema Speak
Episode 258 - Dune

Cinema Speak

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 125:24


We harvest Denis Villeneuve's Dune and also talk Seance, The Hateful Eight, Satan's Blood, The Empty Man, The New York Ripper and Frankenstein (1931). Follow the show on Twitter: @thecinemaspeak Follow the show on Instagram: cinemaspeakpodcast Subscribe on Youtube: Cinema Speak Intro: 0:00 - 8:54 Review - Dune (2021): 8:54 - 1:01:02 Micro-Reviews - Seance, The Empty Man, Satan's Blood, The Hateful Eight, The New York Ripper, Dead & Buried, Dracula (1931), Frankenstein (1931), The Silence of the Lambs: 1:01:02 - 1:59:34 This week in new releases/Outro: 1:59:34 - 2:05:23

DVD Deathmatch
EP. 58 - The Silence of the Rebecca

DVD Deathmatch

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 58:23


1991's The Silence of the Lambs vs 1940's Rebecca. Our last 2021 Spooky Season episode pits horror classic against (maybe???) horror classic! Hi! We're Liza and Mike and we have too many DVDs! So many in fact that the only way to cull our collection is to pit them against one another. Every week we'll select two movies at random, watch them, talk about them and decide which one has GOT to GO. Two discs enter, one disc leaves. This is: DVD Deathmatch!

Hitting The Marks Podcast Network
PWC: Wednesday Night Skirmish

Hitting The Marks Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 143:01


t's Wednesday or is it Saturday?and you know what that means!? Eh we don't even k ow what that means? But what we do know? After a little hiatus due to unforeseen circumstances! The boys from the PWC! Are BACK! Join Jimmy T And Chris Ambs! That's Lambs without the L! And Bullshit in the morning! As the boys review this past Saturday's Aew dynamite! As we discuss all the happenings in professional wrestling and aew! Kick back relax and get a cup of joe! As the boys come back blasting in your ear holes! THIS IS THE PWC! AND THIS IS THE SKIRMISH! Right here on AtMark Media! PWHUSTLE And On The PWC Network!  http://atmarkmedia.com HTM Podcast Network www.hittingthemarks.com website https://www.michaeljargo.com/ Connect with the PWC Discussion Group on Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/groups/411279583594329 https://twitter.com/_DJMASSFX_ https://twitter.com/PWC_NETWORK https://www.facebook.com/kevin.panetta.9 PwHustle Network https://pwhustlenetworks.podbean.com/ www.thepwcnetwork.podbean.com

Justice & Drew
Hour 3: What are you doing to those lambs?!

Justice & Drew

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 46:50


Representative Tom Emmer joins Justice & Drew to discuss several issues, including the spending bill. Later, they discuss liberals that are advocating for more eco-friendly sex.

Another Movie Podcast
#139 Dune, The French Dispatch, The Silence of the Lambs

Another Movie Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 158:06


#139 Dune, The French Dispatch, The Silence of the Lambs We've got an eclectic set of reviews for you this week. We start with the much-anticipated Dune and spoiler-alert, it very much does not disappoint. Epic status filmmaking. Wes Anderson's latest The French Dispatch, had the same level of intrigue and humor and quirk as ever, which brought questions about Anderson's style becoming stale. The 30th anniversary of Silence of the Lambs is just a great excuse to revisit Johnathan Demme's masterpiece in this Halloween season and marvel at the subtle horror, character work and pacing. Happy Halloween!!     Next Time: Eternals, Finch, The Last Duel   podmoviecast@gmail.com otherpodcast.com @podmoviecast   Oscar: @Armenfilmmaker Ralf: @GamerRalf  Twitch: SiouxTrauma Luke: @SlothMasterLuke     Recent Discoveries Luke: Neon Genesis Evangelion 1.11, 2.22, 3.33. The Eyes of Tammy Faye Ralf: Halloween Kills Oscar: There's Someone Inside Your House, V/H/S ‘94, Escape Room: Tournament of Champions, American Mary, The Poughkeepsie Tapes     Show Notes 00:00:00 INTRO 00:02:56 Recent Discoveries 00:29:24 Dune 00:46:35 spoilers 01:17:54 The French Dispatch 01:48:25 The Silence of the Lambs 02:36:12 EXIT

GenX Stories
Are you freaked out yet?

GenX Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 43:00


In honor of Halloween, the GenX Stories podcast gang is freaking out over horror movies. Why they work, how has their impact on us changed over time, and what scares the crap out of us now. Plus we are joined by a kick-ass producer of blockbuster scary movies, who just happens to be married to one of our hosts. Don't answer the phone, go to bed or run into the woods - just listen now!

Your Brain on Facts
This Is (still) Halloween

Your Brain on Facts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 35:49


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

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Real Crime: The REELZ Files
Copycat Killers: Hannibal

Real Crime: The REELZ Files

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 48:05


Inspired by the Hannibal TV series and The Silence of the Lambs horror franchise, a real life “Hannibal Lecter” sets out to find human victims as his appetite for human flesh increases. New Copycat Killers podcasts drop each Tuesday. Next week, Forensic Psychologist Dr. J. Buzz Von Ornsteiner and the experts expose a real-life Hannibal Lector. Like what you hear and want more true crime and mystery? Go to https://www.reelz.com/

Blood, Fear, and Beer: A Horror Movie Podcast
053 The Silence of the Lambs (1991)

Blood, Fear, and Beer: A Horror Movie Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 76:32


Happy Halloween! Alicia and Greg wanted to cover a heavy hitter for our Halloween episode, so we're only talking about one of the greatest horror movies of all time: The Silence of the Lambs. No pressure, right? Grab yourself a cold one or a nice Chianti and celebrate Halloween with us! Follow us on Instagram @bloodfearandbeerpodcast If you have questions for us, movie or beer suggestions, or just want to say hello, we would love to hear from you! Email us at bloodfearandbeer@gmail.com Cover art by Silvia G. Music by Jeri Cross Cheers!

Someone Probably Died
Halloween Re-release - Episode 27: Mommy Issues & Shape-Shifting Reptile Aspirations (Ed Gein & Girly Chew)

Someone Probably Died

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 60:27


***We are re-releasing some of our creepiest episodes this month in honor of our favorite time of year. O'Dell's tells the story of Ed Gein, a troubled man who inspired characters in the movies Psycho, The Silence of the Lambs and Texas Chainsaw Massacre. (This episode originally dropped on June 9, 2021)***We have a rip-roaring show for you today. O'Dell kicks things off with the story of Ed Gein, and the horror movie legends that his crimes inspired. Next, Erin talks about the murder of Girly Chew Hossencofft, whose mysterious death is nothing compared to the craziness surrounding her conman ex-husband Diazien and his lover Linda Henning. We close the show with an in memoriam about a Priest who may have seen "Up" one too many times.Chapters:00:00 - Intro01:34 - O'Dell's Story: Ed Gein & His Mommy Issues30:35 - Erin's Story: Girly Chew Hossencofft & the Con Artist52:43 - In Memoriam: Too Many BalloonsSend us a tip: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/LEPodcastsSupport us by becoming a member: https://someoneprobablydied.com/index.php/become-a-member/Check out our website at https://sixdegreesofwtf.com for more information on this week's episode, including links to resources and videos mentioned during the show.If you have a creepy story or unsolved mystery that you'd like to share with us, send us a message to killerstory@sixdegreesofwtf.comCheck out our social media: https://beacons.page/sixdegreesofwtf

Can We Still Be Friends?
Ep. 97: The Silence of the Lambs

Can We Still Be Friends?

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 72:52


It’s our 8th annual Holiday Spooktacular and this year, Nate and Ryan are talking about a true horror classic: The Silence of the Lambs, celebrating its 30th anniversary this year. One of the rare horror movies to be nominated for Best Picture, The Silence of the Lambs is in even rarer company… Continue reading The post Ep. 97: The Silence of the Lambs appeared first on Can We Still Be Friends? Podcast.

Alright Mary: All Things RuPaul's Drag Race
Episode 302: Alright Scary – “Silence of the Lambs”

Alright Mary: All Things RuPaul's Drag Race

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 74:50


Pass the chianti, because this week we're raising a toast to Queen Anthony and Jodie the Great in the essentially perfect “Silence of the Lambs.” We're celebrating the generous dose of camp sprinkled throughout the multiple Oscar winner, from the dandy Hannibal Lecter reading Clarice to filth to Diane Baker as Senator Ruth Martin wearing […]

Fleeting Thoughts
Episode 167: Favorite Horror Movies, Games, Books, and TV!

Fleeting Thoughts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 106:48


Episode 167: Favorite Horror Movies, Games, Books, and TV! What makes something horror? Our favorite horror movies and games: Video Games: Dead Space, Bloodbourne, Resident Evil, Silent Hill 2,  Movies: Frailty, Candyman, Fallen, Saw, Hostel, Silence of the Lambs, Dog Soldiers, The Devil's Rejects, Pet Semetary, Event Horizon, It Follows, The Night House,  TV Shows: Tales from the Crypt, The Walking Dead, Goosebumps, Are You Afraid of The Dark, Masters of Horror, Creep Show, Channel Zero,  Books: Anathema, Tender is the Flesh, The Road, I am Legend. Pet Semetary, The Shining, Anything by Nick Cutter, The Terror.  Recommendations:  Channing: Pet Semetary (All of Them) Joe:  The Fifth Season by N.K. Jemisin (Book) Read my review here: Book Review: The Fifth Season by N.K. Jemisin Go To: https://joesnotesblog.com/ Contact us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FleetingThoughtsPodcast Get Channing's Books: https://www.amazon.com/Channing-Cornwall/e/B00E81OUA8?ref=sr_ntt_srch_lnk_5&qid=1615091019&sr=8-5 The Fleeting Thoughts Podcast is available wherever podcasts are available.

Raiders Of The Lost Podcast
The Silence of the Lambs

Raiders Of The Lost Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 91:52


The Silence of the Lambs is hands down, one of the greatest films ever made. It's one of three films to win the Big 5 at the Academy Awards, Best Picture, Best Director, Best Screenplay, Best Actor and Best Actress. Jonathan Demme's directing is masterful, Jodie Foster is exceptional and Anthony Hopkins gives one of the most terrifying performances in film history. Let's break down this masterpiece...

Over The Topics
The Serial Killer Who Inspired Silence of the Lambs

Over The Topics

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 22:18


How is October halfway over already?! Today we are covering the story of one of the serial killers who inspired the famous film, Silence of the Lambs. Can you guess which killer it is? Thank you so much for listening Toppers! Check us out on Youtube! @overthetopics and @jessicapannohttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UC56qXs_-MIbEhwQVEdlGX2Ahttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyMsvBvY3Equ5QaA3A4x3JgCome say hi!Instagram: @overthetopicshttps://www.instagram.com/overthetopics/xxOTT

Two Headed Girl
Martha Stewart of Murderers

Two Headed Girl

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 40:07


Happy Trans-tober! In this episode Mattie and Alex discuss queer stereotypes and tropes in the 1991 movie Silence of the Lambs.

That Aged Well
The Silence of the Lambs - Prop Semen, Second Dinners & a Lady Dress

That Aged Well

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 90:23


Spooky October is here and Erika and Paul are watching the scariest movie they have ever attempted...1992's Best Picture Winner The Silence of the Lambs! Your That Aged Well hosts are here to give you the best DIY cannibal repellent recipe, some hints on how to spot serial killers and their thoughts on the detective work in this film. Download and enjoy!

10 Minute Murder
Ed Gein: The Butcher of Plainfield

10 Minute Murder

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 13:14


As Halloween is just around the corner, it is time for jack-o-lanterns, costume planning, and stocking up on all our favorite Halloween candy. But what really sets the mood for the spooky season is turning off all the lights, cozying up on the couch and rewatching all the classic Halloween movies. Some of us prefer more light-hearted flicks, which offer both thrills and laughter. But then there are those who love freaking themselves out with the scariest movies they can find. After all, we have the comfort that the events in the film were not real, and after the closing credits, we can go back to our lives as if nothing happened. But what if somebody actually went through that terror in real life? Many of us are familiar with notorious fictional characters like Buffalo Bill from The Silence of the Lambs, Leatherface from The Texas Chainsaw Massacre and Norman Bates from Psycho. But did you know these movie serial killers were all inspired by a real person? A man named Ed Gein. Subscribe and share 10 Minute Murder with your true crime loving friends. Connect on social media to know when new episodes are released and to see visuals that go along with the episodes. https://linktr.ee/10minutemurder Facebook: https://facebook.com/10MMpodcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/10minutemurder/ Tiktok: https://vm.tiktok.com/ZMRBEFtUg/ Youtube: https://youtube.com/channel/UCkJLUCEZlkn9In3AA46RVxw Twitter: https://twitter.com/10minutemurder Submit future episode story ideas: 10minutemurder@gmail.com