Edit: This post was supposed to come out on Christmas, 12/25/2022, but some crazy happenings with my vacation prevented me from being able to post any episodes between then and now. The next time we record an episode, I'll recount the experience. No now we're bringing back this commentary classic with both The Yattering and Jack and Quicksilver Highway from 2016, to give it a proper number and bring it officially into the podcast. Anyway, happy belated Holidays, and Que Sera, Sera, right? This one's a double feature of the 1987 Tales from the Dark Side episode, and adaptation of the Books of Blood short story, “The Yattering and Jack” and second, the second half of the 1997 Mick Garris Anthology movie, Quicksilver Highway, Which is an adaptation of the Books of Blood short story, “The Body Politic”. Since the Yattering and Yack is ultra-obscure, please click the link below to see it on my Vimeo channel. The password is: @BarkerCast (See Show Notes) Yattering from Ryan Danhauser on Vimeo. Or alternately, you can now watch the episode on archive.org. Revelations Quicksilver Highway page: http://www.clivebarker.info/quicksilvertv.html Capitol Music Library used in Yatering and Jack: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IhG6uc7fN0o Lost Souls interviews with Clive Barker where he mentions Quicksilver Highway: http://www.clivebarker.com/html/visions/confess/ls/brett10.htm http://www.clivebarker.com/html/visions/confess/ls/nov97.htm Fangoria interview with Clive Barker and Mick Garris about the Body Book: http://www.fangoria.com/new/qa-clive-barker-and-mick-garris-on-the-body-book-and-the-mummy-that-wasnt/ The Cilve Barker Podcast (or Barkercast) is an independent editorial fan site and podcast that is not affiliated with or under contract by Clive Barker or Seraphim Films. This is a labor of love by the fans, for the fans. web www.clivebarkercast.com iTunes (Leave a review!), Stitcher,Libsyn, Tunein, Pocket Casts, Google Play, DoubleTwist and YouTube. Facebook and Join the Occupy Midian group Twitter: @BarkerCast | @OccupyMidian
DownloadLOTC Has gone WEEKLY!! You heard it correctly, we are introducing a new addition to the show that we are simply calling the Double Double. This new addition will consist of Black Glove Mysteries with Ian Irza and GregaMortis, where they will be taking a look at the italian Giallo genre. We are very excited to be debuting this segment. Next we are introducing Mortis Vision with GregaMotis and The Twisted Temptress, where they will be looking at horror television shows. This is going to be a lot of fun as they journey through shows such as Tales from the Crypt, Friday The 13th the series, Tales From the Darkside and so many others. We are super excited to be debuting these segments. So as mentioned, we are going weekly. You will be getting the regular LOTC show with GregaMortis, "Dr. Shock" Dave Becker, Bill "The Butcher" Van Veghel and The Twisted Temptress as normal every two weeks on Tuesday, and now on the off weeks you will be getting the Double Double Friday. Let us know what you think of the additions in the comments below. This episode of Double Double you will hear the debut of Black glove Mysteries with Ian Irza and GregaMortis. For their first episode they are looking at the movie that many consider the very first giallo film, The Evil Eye from Mario Bava. We hope you will enjoy Ian and GregaMortis breaking this film down. Next is the debut of Mortis Vision with GregaMortis and The Twisted Temptress. For their first television series they are taking a look at the series Masters Of Horror that was created from Mick Garris. This show was on air for two seasons and twenty six episodes. GregaMortis and The Twisted Temptress break down twelve full episodes. You will not want to miss the new show. Sit back, turn up the volume and enjoy LOTC!!HELP KEEP HORROR ALIVE!!!MOVIE REVIEW:1963 THE GIRL WHO KNEW TOO MUCH/ THE EVIL EYEAMAZON PURCHASELINKS FOR DOUBLE DOUBLEGregaMortisFacebookTwitterLand Of The Creeps Group PageLand Of The Creeps Fan PageJay Of The Dead's New Horror Movie PodcastYoutubeInstagramEmailLetterboxdTwisted Temptress LinkLetterboxdIAN IRZA LINKSBLOG SITEFACEBOOKTWITTERINSTAGRAMLOTC Hotline Number1-804-569-56821-804-569-LOTCLOTC Intro is provided by Andy Ussery, Below are links to his social mediaEmail:FacebookTwitter
Bar Talk (our recommendations):Jessica is watching I Trapped The Devil (2019, dir. Josh Lobo); drinking egg nog with Koval millet whiskey.Damien is reading We Spread by Iain Reid; drinking The Ardbeg 10 single malt scotch whisky.Ryan is reading Night of the Mannequins by Stephen Graham Jones; drinking a Christmas Kentucky Buck (bourbon. cranberry, ginger beer, lime).If you liked this week's story, check out Sleepwalkers (1992, dir. Mick Garris).Up Next: Season Four kicks off with "The Lightning-Rod Man" by Herman Melville from the volume Heavy Weather: Tempestuous Tales from Stranger Climes, edited by Kevan Manwaring.Special music licensed for non-commercial use through Creative Commons:Intro/Outro: This is Christmas by Scott HolmesSummary Poem: Christmas Meditation by Dee Yan-KeyLike, rate, and follow! Check us out on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and at whiskeyandtheweird.com
Welcome to the Nick Taylor Horror show, Episode 100! As always, each episode of The Nick Taylor Horror Show explores how today's horror filmmakers are getting their movies made while deconstructing their methods and career strategies into practical insights that you can use on your own horror filmmaking journey. This includes their creative processes, funding resources, favorite books & tools, key life lessons, and much much more. I have a very special episode in store today, one that should put a smile on all of your faces. That's right, Parker Finn is in the house! Parker is a man who should need no introduction for us horror fans as the director behind one of this year's breakout horror hits, SMILE. First of all, I owe an enormous thank you to my friend Joe Russo who made this interview happen. Joe, you're the best, and I thank you very, very much. So, Parker has obviously been doing a lot of interviews recently, and I made an effort to make my questions as unique as possible. As a result, we got into a lot of the craft of SMILE, how he worked with actors, his DP and editor, and the keys to crafting effective scares. One thing we didn't get into very much was the overall origin story about how SMILE, Parker's very first feature, came to be. So I will give you the short version right here. In 2020, after struggling as a filmmaker in Los Angeles for about 8 years, Parker made a short film called LAURA HASN'T SLEPT for roughly $30,000. LAURA HASN'T SLEPT ultimately got into SXSW, where it won the Grand Jury Award and shortly thereafter got the attention of Paramount, who offered Parker the opportunity to direct a feature adaptation which turned into SMILE. SMILE was originally intended to go straight to streaming on Paramount plus, but after a series of overwhelmingly positive audience reaction tests, SMILE was given a wide theatrical release. To date, SMILE has made over two hundred million at the box office, making it one of the highest-grossing horror movies of all time, which for a first-time director, is really fuckin cool. For a more comprehensive deep dive into Parker's origin story, definitely check out Mick Garris' conversation with Parker on the Post Mortem podcast. I listened to that right before doing this interview to make sure we didn't cover the same ground, so the two are very complimentary if you want a fuller picture. Here are some key takeaways from this conversation with Parker Finn: Do one thing really right in your short. Parker's short, LAURA HASN'T SLEPT, is excellent and was the catalyst that led to him getting SMILE made. You can actually watch LAURA HASN'T SLEPT on the upcoming SMILE blu ray release or for free on YouTube right now (link is in the show notes). When it comes to shorts, Parker claims that lots of filmmakers try to make their shorts do too many things when instead, focusing on doing one thing really, really effectively is what makes shorts stand out. Focusing your forces allows your shorts to go deep instead of wide, which is suitable for the short-form medium, which is intended to be a single act, a single movement, and therefore is best suited for a single focus. Parker also recommends pulling off things that are not typical or difficult to do in your shorts to show what you're capable of as a director. Start with character and then throw their worst-case scenario at them. Parker has spoken at length about how the scariest horror movies are most powerful when you care about the characters that the terrible things are happening to. Horror filmmakers must be effective dramatists firsts by enabling the audience to empathize with their characters. Effective horror works through empathy because if done right, your audience will experience terror through your characters. With this in mind, it's critical to ground your characters with honesty and relatability so the audience can connect with them upfront. If you fail to properly build empathy, the audience will simply observe your characters from the perspective of a detached third party which just isn't as scary as experiencing the horror through them firsthand. Next, once you figure out who your characters are and make the audiences care, design and fine-tune the horror element to be the worst-case scenario for them specifically. Follow intuition on set and science in post. Parker mentions that when crafting fear, he typically relies on his intuition while shooting but then applies more analytical thinking when approaching things like building tension and scares in the edit. Horror relies on a critical balance between science and intuition, left-brain and right-brain thinking. To craft fear, you need to have an inherent human understanding of what is frightening. In addition, it's important to recognize that horror is a seduction, one that relies very heavily on pacing, which is why your editor is one of your most important collaborators. Also, it's near impossible to be objective about how scary your own movie is because you're likely to be too close to it, so you may want to do what Parker did and test your scares. Parker would sit people down to watch certain scenes during the edit to observe whether they would actually get scared. Don't get caught up in the noise. Parker reflects on his eight years in Hollywood and constantly hearing all manner of bad advice for filmmakers. He also observed multiple industries aimed at exploiting aspiring screenwriters with crappy resources and products. Parker considers this to be a bunch of noise and says it's important for directors to phase it out. He recommends focusing on you as an artist. What speaks to you? What are you most interested in, and what will you be able to focus obsessively over in your movies? These are typically the kinds of projects that break the most new ground because they're personal, unique, and directors care way more about them. Phasing out the noise can help you individuate your vision and films so they can stand out in the industry. These are the kinds of films that the industry needs and the kinds of films that fans prefer, and honestly, given the recent success of films like SMILE, TERRIFIER 2, and BARBARIAN, right now could not be a better time for original horror. Episode 100 in the bag! A big huge thank you to you, dear listener. Without you and your support, this podcast would not be possible. Looks like I'll be taking a short break before coming back with season 4, but in the meantime, keep in touch and keep those cameras rolling. Thanks again for listening to the Nick Taylor Horror Show! Show notes: Parker's original short, LAURA HASN'T SLEPT: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uy3t633Q4w0 ON WRITING by Stephen King SAFE, Director Todd Hanes ROSEMARY'S BABY. Director Roman Polanski CURE, Director Kiyoshi Kurosawa THE SHINING, Director Stanley Kubrick Thank you for listening! Don't forget to subscribe. ----- Produced by Simpler Media
The conversation continues with Mick Garris, the man behind such genre faves as CRITTERS 2: THE MAIN COURSE, PSYCHO IV: THE BEGINNING and NIGHTMARE CINEMA as well as the Stephen King classic SLEEPWALKERS and the epic TV adaptations of King's THE STAND and THE SHINING.
This week on the show Matt and Scott take a look at Mick Garris' 1994 miniseries adaptation of The Stand. There's plenty to really enjoy here even if the movie doesn't work overall. Next week: We're taking off! Look for a bonus episode and then our coverage of the 2020 miniseries Thanksgiving Week! Check out the show schedule (including Season 3): https://tinyurl.com/yxa7lojv Support us on Patreon: https://patreon.com/doofmedia Stay updated with Kingslingers: @Kingslingerspod Message us at email@example.com Original music created by Matt Freeman: https://soundcloud.com/the-daly-planet/kingslingers-intro-ka-tet Cover artwork created by Cyrix: https://www.reddit.com/user/CyrixDrawsStuff
In this epic, two-part interview, Charlie talks to director, writer, producer and podcaster Mick Garris, the man behind such genre faves as CRITTERS 2: THE MAIN COURSE, PSYCHO IV: THE BEGINNING and NIGHTMARE CINEMA as well as the Stephen King classic SLEEPWALKERS and the epic TV adaptations of King's THE STAND and THE SHINING. In 2005, he created the acclaimed MASTERS OF HORROR, an insanely ambitious TV series that amassed a staggering collection of talented directors like Stuart Gordon, Tobe Hooper and Dario Argento. Mick is a man of limitless talent and vision and a creator who has dedicated his life to strange cinema.
After spending the night with the Freeling family, the gang is caught in some strange and spooky happenings. Carol Ann has gone missing, the meat has gone bad, and the television set appears to be broken. Please join us for Tobe Hooper's 1982 classic Poltergeist. Drink Recipe: Ghostly Chai 2-3 ounces bourbon 1 teaspoon of Chai Tea Simple Sugar (add more to taste) 1 tablespoon pumpkin puree 3-4 ounces of Chai Tea Concentrate Shake well and serve over ice with a straw Optional: Garnish with star anise Alcohol-Free: In place of bourbon, use 2-3 ounces of espresso, strong Spiced Chai, or Bengal Spice tea (2-3 bags) - cool and follow the rest of the steps. Chai Tea Simple Syrup: Add 1/2 - 1 cup dark brown sugar to a hot cup of brewed chai tea (you can use concentrate instead but dilute with water); add as much as you want of the following: ground ginger, clove, cinnamon, and nutmeg Add sugar and spices to the brewed tea while it is hot, stirring until everything is dissolved. Refrigerate in a container with a lid. It will keep for two weeks. In the Episode: Intro: Film Trailer Outro: Somebody's Watching Me by Rockwell Other: Clips from the film, POST MORTEM: Tobe Hooper with Mick Garris and Mrs. Doubtfire
It's a very special Spook 'Em Up Month DOUBLE Episode (Whoa!) as Late to the Movies podcasts a spell on 1993's Hocus Pocus (15:40-56:00) and 2022's Hocus Pocus 2 (starting at 56:00). Ben, Greg, Jordan, Ray, and Robbie hop on their broomsticks and Roombas to discuss Salem, nostalgia, and the almost-thirty-year-old Disney witch franchise. Hocus Pocus was directed by Kenny Ortega and written by Mick Garris and Neil Cuthbert. The sequel was directed by Anne Fletcher and written by Jen D'Angelo. Both star Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker, and Kathy Najimy.
In this month's Crossing the Stream we look at the long awaited sequel to Hocus Pocus, which is now streaming on Disney+ We talk about our individual feelings on the original and the reasons why we like it (leigh) and dislike it (simon) Is this sequel content for contents sake or is it the film everyone has been waiting all this time for? What is it about these characters that made everyone want to see more of them? What did we think of the story this time? we also discuss the plot holes this film now creates in the original. Where were Kenny Ortega and Mick Garris this time and why weren't they brought back? We discuss where the franchise goes from here. Was this just a one time sequel or will there be more? All this and more in this new episode. So grab your black flame candles and join us on a trip to Salem… Find us on Social Media: Twitter: SIMAHFPOD Instagram: soimarriedahorrorfan Tumblr: soimarriedahorrorfan
It's that time of year again! Houses are adorned with skeletons and ghosts, abandoned malls are full of haunted houses are open and everywhere you look people are drinking pumpkin spice lattes and quietly wondering what it is they actually taste like because they don't taste like pumpkins, they're not spicy and they don't taste like lattes, so you tell me. It's Halloween and we have another king size episode (sorry Joe and Jillinda). We have three, count ‘em, three big interviews. Mick is a horror film legend. He is the writer of, among many many others, Hocus Pocus, The Fly 2, he wrote and Stephen King's Riding The Bullet, directed Stephen King's Bag Of Bones, directed films in the Psycho franchise, created the Masters Of Horror TV show on and on and on. he is now the host of his own excellent podcast called Post Mortem, but he was gracious enough to appear on this, our annual Halloween Pageant, Mick Garris is here. Additionally, in addition to being a bona fide rock star, with his band Possum Dixon, he has since become a magician and has won six, count ‘em, six awards from the Academy Of Magic Arts. He runs the séance in the prestigious Houdini room at Los Angeles estimable Magic Castle, he is the author of the book Strange Cures and he has a new album that he is here to talk a out called Séance where YOU, the listener, get to participate with Rob in a genuine séance at your own home in beautiful high fidelity sound, Rob Zabrecky is here. And THIRDLY, I daren't say lastly, LA punk rock legend and genuine witch, Pleasant Gehman is back with us to talk about her new book, Rock n Roll Witch. True Tales From Weirdsville tells the tale of Harry Houdini, not only was he a skilled magician and clearly he world's most accomplished escape artist, he was also a famous spiritualist debunker. Not because he didn't believe, but because he wanted to believe so badly. Harry Houdini, the guy you only think you knew, only not really, kinda.
I am extremely excited to have on the show today a fellow podcaster, established producer, director, and writer, Mick Garris. Mick's podcast, Post Mortem with Mick Garris, dives deep into the devious minds of the greatest filmmakers and creators of your worst nightmares to bring their distinctive visions to life in fascinating one-on-one conversations. He's renowned for his classic screen adaptation of Stephen King's books like Sleepwalkers (1992), The Shinning and The Stand. and creator of 2005, Masters of Horror series.The California native began his passion for storytelling as early as 12 years old - writing short stories. He launched his passion onto the journalism path at just 16 years old. Driven by curiosity, he freelanced as a film and music critic and landed interviews with the likes of Jimi Hendrix, Rod Serling, and Ray Bradbury in the 70s. It's remarkable what Mick accomplished in a time where everyone needed to know someone to get a foot in the door, let alone that early in life and without the help of social media. I guess folks were intrigued by his talent and drive.While doing film criticism, Mick wrote specs, publications for magazines, and did some filming on 8mm. The guy lived the dream. The hard work began to pay off. His agent, Rick Jaffa read some of his specs, believed in him, and introduced Mick to Steven Spielberg. Mick ended up writing the first episode of the Spielberg sci-fi series, Amazing Stories, and seven other episodes.He's credited for writing screenplays like Psycho IV: The Beginning, Fly II, and the She-Wolf of London series. He was also was an editor on Spielberg's other project, *Batteries Not Included, in which aliens help a feisty old New York couple in their battle against the ruthless land developer who's out to evict them.Garris has written and directed a lot of other horror classics such as Halloween comedy favorite, Hocus Pocus. The film follows a villainous comedic trio of witches who are inadvertently resurrected by a teenage boy in Salem, Massachusetts, on Halloween night.Garris and I talked about his incredibly difficult yet fun experience shooting his small budget directorial debut, feature sequel Critters 2. In the film, Eggs of the small but voracious alien creatures called Crites are left behind on earth and, after hatching, set their appetites on the small farm town of Grover's Bend.The man's contribution to the horror genre has amazing. Can't wait for you to catch up on my conversation with Mick Garris.
Welcome back to another episode of the GGtMC!!! This week Sammy and Will tackle Sleepwalkers (1992) directed by Mick Garris!!! Emails to firstname.lastname@example.org Adios!!! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ggtmc/message
The Halloween Horrorthon 2: Dead By Pod rolls on with an episode celebrating the 30th anniversary of Stephen King's Sleepwalkers, which was written for the screen by Stephen King (based on an original idea) & directed by Mick Garris!! In 'Sleepwalkers', a mother-and-son team of strange supernatural creatures move to a small town to seek out a young virgin to feed on.. Episode Directory: *Intro 00:00 *First Time Viewings 09:52 *Story Time 12:31 *Live Top Five 16:11 *Plot Breakdown 26:45 *Box Office Receipts 01:49:09 *Critic's Corner 01:52:41 *Pros & Cons 01:54:10 *Finger-Lickin' Good 02:03:56 *Mulligan Moment 02:08:42 *Modern Cancellations 02:11:52 *Like This...Try That 02:12:54 *Movie MVPs 02:15:08 *RIP 02:17:54 *The Final Effect Treatment 02:20:04 *Outro 02:24:00 New episodes of “The Film Effect Podcast” premiere every Tuesday morning!! New episodes of “FEWERcast” drop every Friday morning!! Website: https://www.thefilmeffectpodcast.com Merch Store: https://www.thefilmeffectpodcast.com/store Email: email@example.com Find us on social media! Facebook: https://facebook.com/thefilmeffectpodcast IG: https://instagram.com/thefilmeffectpodcast Twitter: https://twitter.com/filmeffectpod TikTok: https://tiktok.com/@filmeffectpodcast YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcesT7GVaHoSzaRXl-lNlYg --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thefilmeffectpodcast/support
In which the Mister and Monsters join me in reviewing HOCUS POCUS 2 (2022) which is currently streaming on Disney+. Based on characters created by David Kirschner and Mick Garris, this follow up to 1993's film has screenplay credits to David Kirschner, Blake Harris, Jen D'Angelo and is directed by Anne Fletcher. The film follows Becca (Whitney Peak) and Izzy (Belissa Escobedo) who are tricked into bringing back the Sanderson Sisters - Winne (Bette Midler), Sarah (Sarah Jessica Parker) and Mary (Kathy Najimy) - the 3 main leads of the original film. They come back to wreak havoc but are outsmarted by teen would be witches and their allies. The film has a run time of 1 h 43 m, and is rated PG. Please note there are SPOILERS in this review. Opening intro music: GOAT by Wayne Jones, courtesy of YouTube Audio Library --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jokagoge/support
Hocus Pocus (1993) PG 1h 36m Jennie and Sarah take listeners away into a discussion of magic, innocence and what makes witches scary. In the first of four special Screen Scares episodes made for October, Screen Cares co-hosts explore why the 1993 Halloween film favorite Hocus Pocus reveals deeper truths about how innocence and evil intersect in insidious ways. Listeners are invited to reminisce about their special movie viewing traditions, ask themselves if immortality is a blessing or a curse, and reflect on what scares them and what that says about us as a person and a culture. 8-Hocus Pocus (1993): Is Hocus Pocus Ever Really Child's Play? Episode Transcript Episode Page with Pictures Host: Jennie Ziverk Carr Co-Host: Sarah Woolverton-Mohler Screen Shares Rating: Buddy Screen Hocus Pocus is a delightful movie to watch with adults friends while snickering at silly references to yabbos and virginity, but may be a smidge awkward to watch with kids despite the PG rating Screen Sparks: What if we cherished innocence and welcomed aging? Is love and morality the only reason immortality is a curse? (I'm looking at you vampires)? Why are witches scary? The witches need the book, but the kids think it is devoid of power after their death. To what extent do evil things hold the power of their owner? Can you think of other literary examples of this phenomenon? Is immortality a blessing or a curse? Bonus Material-Links Referenced during the show: 5 Reasons we like being scared- https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/thoughts-thinking/201810/5-reasons-we-enjoy-being-scared?amp Jennie and Sarah discuss the upcoming 2022 sequel Hocus Pocus 2 being released on Disney+ September 30th. View the Trailer Here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=idc0EOmKr30 History of Trick-Or-Treating: https://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/the-history-of-trick-or-treating-is-weirder-than-you-thought-79408373/ Did you know? Although it is unknown precisely where and when the phrase “trick or treat” was coined, the custom had been firmly established in American popular culture by 1951, when trick-or-treating was depicted in the Peanuts comic strip. In 1952, Disney produced a cartoon called “Trick or Treat” featuring Donald Duck and his nephews Huey, Dewey and Louie. https://www.history.com/news/halloween-trick-or-treating-origins Not surprising that David Kirschner would write this oddly mocking to innocence movie. He did a shockingly broad assortment of projects including: Hocus Pocus, Childs Play, all Curious George movies, and American Tale. See his full CV here: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0456946/?ref_=tt_ov_wr Behind the Scenes: Jennie witching it up one Halloween with her husband Justin, during one of the adult Halloween parties where Hocus Pocus was casting a spell in the background. There is an incredible amount of awesome Hocus Pocus merchandise to help us get into the spooky holiday spirit. Jennie and Sarah picked their two favorite Sanderson Sisters Inspired merch to get them into the mood for witches brews and black flame candles. Sanderson Sisters Tee- from FoxDesignCustomStore on Etsy.com https://www.etsy.com/listing/1295760172/sanderson-sisters-comfort-colors-shirt?utm_source=OpenGraph&utm_medium=PageTools&utm_campaign=Share Sanderson Sisters Brew Pub Cup- from SavageVinylShop on Etsy.com https://www.etsy.com/listing/1268824067/sanderson-sisters-brewing-co-cup-l?click_key=9f5c5f81a6b0bd14fc93dcb767f22637579f846f%3A1268824067&click_sum=0adff33a&ga_order=most_relevant&ga_search_type=handmade&ga_view_type=gallery&ga_search_query=hocus-pocus&ref=sr_gallery-3-22&organic_search_click=1&sts=1 Special Thanks to Brooks Milgate for Creating the spooky-spin on our Screen Cares Theme Music! Find him on instagram @brakesmilgate Hocus Pocus (1993) was created by: Director Kenny Ortega, Writers David Kirschner(story) Mick Garris(story)Neil Cuthbert(screenplay) Stars: Winefred-Bette Midler, Sarah-Sarah Jessica Parker , Mary-Kathy Najimy, Dani- Thora Birch
KING ON SCREEN Directed by: Daphné Baiwir KING ON SCREEN, which interviews the lion's share of the filmmakers who have adapted Stephen Kings work to screen, includes Frank Darabont, Mick Garris, Mike Flanagan, Greg Nicotero and more. Directed by Daphné Baiwir, KING ON SCREEN is an intimate look at the unique relationship between Stephen King's vast body of work and the directors famous for reimagining it for the screen. With an ambitious fictional introduction packed with easter eggs, references, and other winks that constant readers will find delightful, this doc is a must-see for any King-head and casual viewer alike. LIVING WITH CHUCKY Documentary Feature Directed by: Kyra Elise Gardner LIVING WITH CHUCKY is an ode to a horror franchise and a movie monster icon directed by Kyra Elise Gardener, the daughter of one of Chucky's longtime visual effects supervisors. Having grown up with a Chucky doll in her home since childhood, the filmmaker recounts the behind-the-scenes process of bringing the doll to life as well as the cultural impact of Chucky and his bloodthirsty family on modern horror. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/followingfilms/support
Screenwriter, producer, director and all-around Monster Kid Joe Russo (the HORROR guy, not the Captain America guy) stops by and forces the crew to watch "1998's "Halloween H20" and a GRAND time is had by all!As usual, Mary makes a fun cocktail.The Russo Rum PunchThis batch makes 4 or 5 drinks -9 oz rum2 oz cherry liqueur1.5 oz nut liqueur 1 cup of spiced apple cider1 cup of ginger ale Several dashes of Tiki BittersPour into Old Fashioned glass filled with ice.Top with sprig of Rosemary and slice of appleVisit Joe's website here:https://joerussofilm.com/Check out Post Mortem with Mick Garris, produced by Joe:https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/post-mortem-with-mick-garris/id1204949508Visit our website:http://www.monstermoviehappyhour.com/Chat with us on Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/monstersndri...Our Twitter:https://twitter.com/monstersndrinksMusic created by Kevin MacLeod.You can hear more of his work at:https://incompetech.com/wordpress/author/kevin/
What qualifications must one possess to be considered a Master of Horror? In 2005 Mick Garris gathered those he considered worthy of the title and gave them a budget and one hour to prove their worth. We're talking about three episodes of Showtime's anthology horror series Masters of Horror. Listen & subscribe wherever you get your podcasts or go to http://www.aotkp.com Connect with the show: Become an Official Attacker: http://jointheattackers.com/ Visit our website: http://www.attackofthekillerpodcast.com/ Like us on https://www.facebook.com/attackofthekillerpodcast Follow us on https://twitter.com/AotKP Follow us on https://www.instagram.com/attackofthekillerpodcast/ Subscribe on https://www.youtube.com/attackofthekillerpodcast Support the show at https://www.patreon.com/aotkp/posts And check out our sponsor Shudder at https://www.shudder.com and use the promo "AOTKP" to get a free month when you sign up! Lastly, check out all the amazing shows at http://thepfpn.com
An award-winning, multi-platform content creator and producer, Bergantino has over 30 years of experience working with the top studios, publishers and talent in both traditional and interactive entertainment. He's served as VP of Premium Games Production at Nickelodeon, VP of Creative for THQ's Kids & Family division and been a producer for Disney Interactive, Jim Henson Interactive, the BBC, Spinmaster and DHX/Wildbrain, among others. He has also collaborated with the likes of Wes Craven, Clive Barker, Sean Cunningham, M. Night Shyamalan, Mick Garris, Neil Gaiman, Dave McKean, Brian Froud, Joel Hodgson and Kathleen Kennedy. His console games have sold over 20M units across all platforms, with 10 titles selling over 1M units each, generating over $500M in revenue. He has written 11 published novels, dozens of video games, and even wrote the story and script for the original Mummy theme park ride at Universal Studios Florida, among other projects. He is currently writing content for numerous video game clients, including ByteDance, GameMill, Rage Quit Games and worked extensively on Techland's recently-released Dying Light 2. Most notably, David has been killed three times in two novels, is an official part of the Star Wars universe as two characters and has spent time in the New Jersey Federal Penitentiary with George Jung, the character portrayed by Johnny Depp in the movie Blow. Today I talk to David about his New Nightmare book as well as his work on the much hyped upcoming video game “Killer Klowns From Outer Space “ and how it's been a dream of his to work on this project from a young age . https://coldroomentertainment.com/about/
Stephen King er en af de mest filmatiserede forfattere. Både på godt og ondt. I denne episode ser vi nærmere på nogle af de mange filmatiseringer der eksisterer, og taler med Mick Garris, der er den instruktør der har filmastiseret flest King historier. Og så giver vi vores eget bud på de mest vellykkede filmatiseringer af Kings værker. Denne podcastserie er lavet i samarbejde med forlaget Hr. Ferdinand v. Politiken. God fornøjelse Kh Jacob & Elias
Stephen King fans rejoice! Daphné Baiwir, the director of King on Screen, joins Zero Dark Nerdy on our latest episode. We talk to Daphné about everything behind this amazing documentary that takes a look at the 80+ film and tv adaptations of Stephen King's work from some of the biggest directors in the industry like Frank Darabont, Mick Garris, Mike Flanagan, Greg Nicotero, and more. This documentary is perfect for every Stephen King fan, and for those that are just getting into his incredible universe. Be sure to like and follow Zero Dark Nerdy on all your favorite podcasts and social media platforms and thank you for all your love and support.
Writer/Director Wolfe MacReady checks into the Overlook Hotel with the Video Monsters to passionately defend the oft-maligned ABC television miniseries version of THE SHINING (1997), directed by Mick Garris and written by King himself. The series is clearly a product of its time and suffers from the limitations of 90s network television but – despite its shortcomings – it is an earnest, emotional work with moving performances that faithfully (sometimes a little TOO faithfully) adapts the more personal elements of the novel that were omitted from the Stanley Kubrick film. So take your medicine, trim the topiary, grab your croquet mallet, and meet us in Room 217 as we… wait, hold on. You passed it... No, it's 217, not 237. You've gone too far. Turn back around and… yeah. There you go. OK, great. Where was I? Oh, right. Now that we're all here, it's time to haunt the halls of THE SHINING with special guest, Wolfe MacReady! If you enjoy this episode, come join the Video Monsters crew on Discord (https://discord.gg/sjyUQg8phB)!! Hangout episodes are live (and unedited!) every Tuesday night starting around 9:00pm EST. Listen and chat along with us in the Discord chat and we'll even give you a shoutout on the episode! Video Monsters is brought to you by the Chattanooga Film Festival and Central Cinema in Knoxville, TN. Follow them on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, or online at chattfilmfest.org and centralcinema865.com. Links for each of these can also be found on our pages, so be sure to follow us at videomonsterpod on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram as well. music for Video Monsters by Evan Simmons
Welcome back, Rotters! We're kicking off Season 3 with a special intro episode. I'm joined by Horror auteur Mick Garris (Critters 2, The Stand, Sleepwalkers, Masters of Horror) to talk 80s horror, Stephen King adaptations and more. It feels good to be back. Toodles! Support the show and access benefits like bonus episodes and merch: www.Patreon.com/SteviesBrainRot Twitter: SteviesBrainRot Instagram :BrainRotPod Email: SteviesBrainRot@Gmail.com Letterboxd: SteviesBrainRot FaceBook Group: BrainRotPod Theme by Dean Maynard
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It may SOUND like a Cinemax film from the 90s, but Virtual Obsession was actually a 3-hour ABC television EVENT, starring Peter "Caterpillar Brow" Gallagher, Mimi Rogers, and Bridgette Wilson, and directed by Mick "I Know Stephen King" Garris. Will Dan be able to convince Stu and Elliott that they're sad they missed it?Ever tried Microdosing? Visit Microdose.com and use FLOP for 30% off + Free Shipping.
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