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Bar Crawl Radio
Kathryn Erbe during the lockdown

Bar Crawl Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 47:57


This is a re-dux of the Hunkered Down Podcast --conversations with creatives who stopped creating during the COVID19 pandemic:For eleven successful seasons -- Kathryn Erbe played Detective Alexandra Eames to Vincent D'Onofrio's Det. Robert Goren on Law and Order: Criminal Intent. Prior to Criminal Intent – Ms. Erbe appeared as a death row inmate on the award-winning TV series OZ. This talented actor has worked steadily in television, film, and theatre since she graduated from NYU in 1989 and most recently appeared in Sam Levinson's teen slasher film – “Assassination Nation.”For this episode, Ms. Erbe talks about her early work in television with Lynn Redgrave on “Chicken Soup,” her experiences of working on “Criminal Intent,” and her work in theatre. At the end of conversation, Ms Erbe reads from Arthur Miller's “The American Clock” -- a “radio show” being produced by the Steppenwolf Theatre.CONTACT: Alan Winson -- barcrawlradio@gmail.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

In the Envelope: An Awards Podcast
Julianne Nicholson

In the Envelope: An Awards Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2021 51:20


Julianne Nicholson's impressive Hollywood career is the result of both magnetic on-camera charisma and a commitment to only playing roles that speak to her on a deeper level. In this insightful interview, Julianne reminisces about early auditions, pulls back the curtain on the many acting techniques she puts to use, and walks the line between optimism and realism that being a working actor requires. “Experience goes a long way,” she tells Backstage. “And life! Life gives you more things to draw from. And I expect that will keep happening as I go.” Hailing from Massachusetts, Julianne spent her young adult years modeling and waitressing in New York City, eventually finding the right acting class and committing to a life in the arts. A feature film debut in “Curtain Call” led to TV characters on “Ally McBeal,” “Masters of Sex,” “Boardwalk Empire,” and a lead role on “Law & Order: Criminal Intent.” On the big screen, she's starred in “Kinsey,” “Tully,” “Black Mass,” “Novitiate,” “I, Tonya,” “Togo,” and “August: Osage County,” for which she earned awards recognition. Julianne is currently nominated at the 2021 Emmy Awards for her work on HBO's limited series from Brad Ingelsby and Kate Winslet, “Mare of Easttown.” To read more about that show, click here: https://bit.ly/3DcUjqg --- Backstage has been the #1 resource for actors and talent-seekers for 60 years. In the Envelope, Backstage's podcast, features intimate, in-depth conversations with today's most noteworthy film, television, and theater actors and creators. This is your guide to every aspect of acting, from voiceover and commercial work to casting directors, agents, and more. Full of both know-how and inspiration, In the Envelope airs weekly to cover everything from practical advice on navigating the industry, to how your favorite projects are made, to personal stories of success and failure alike. Join host Jack Smart, Awards Editor at Backstage, for this guide on how to live the creative life from those who are doing it every day: https://bit.ly/2OMryWQ Follow Backstage and In the Envelope on social media: - https://www.facebook.com/backstage - https://www.twitter.com/backstage - https://www.twitter.com/intheenvelope - https://www.instagram.com/backstagecast Looking to get cast? Subscribe here: www.backstage.com/subscribe Browse Backstage casting listings: https://bit.ly/3mth68e Check out our community-driven virtual programming, The Slate: https://bit.ly/2WDNXf0 Backstage stands in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement: https://bit.ly/3cuMBt5 Special thanks to... - Host: Jack Smart - Producer: Jamie Muffett - Social media: Katie Minard, Alysa Cirelli - Design: Mark Stinson, Caitlin Watkins - Additional support: Christine McKenna-Tirella, Kasey Howe, Samantha Sherlock, Benjamin Lindsay, Oriella St. Louis

Johnny Dare Morning Show
From TV preachers to thieving monkeys: Actor Vincent D'Onofrio covers it all!!

Johnny Dare Morning Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2021 18:14


Actor Vincent D'Onofiro has made a career for himself in such films as, Full Metal Jacket, Men in Black, and Jurassic World...and on such series as, Law & Order:Criminal Intent and Daredevil...but next month he dives into the real life character of Rev. Jerry Falwell in the new film "The Eyes of Tammy Faye"...but we not only talk about those kinds of thieves (televangelists), we talked to Vincent about a whole other kind of criminal...THIEVING MONKEYS!!!  Yeah, it got weird. PLUS....after the interview? BONUS MONKEY TALK!! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Too Opinionated
Too Opinionated Interview #161: Olivia d'Abo

Too Opinionated

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2021 61:43


Today on Too Opinionated the incredible Olivia d'Abo comes to visit. Olivia is an actress/musician known for her roles in The Wonder Years, Ultimate Avengers, Law and Order Criminal Intent, Eureka, Conan the Destroyer, Bolero, and Star Wars the Clone Wars!  Want to watch: YouTube Meisterkhan Pod (Please Subscribe)

Health Hats, the Podcast
Honor Supporting Cast, Stars of Disabling Conditions. Part 1

Health Hats, the Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2021 37:06


Terri Tomoff wrote The Focused Fight, bringing a 2-year-old through 5 cancers over 20 years. We hear from whole family. Each star & supports. Help the Helpers. Blog subscribers: Listen to the podcast here. Scroll down through show notes to read the post. Please support my podcast. CONTRIBUTE HERE Episode Notes Prefer to read, experience impaired hearing or deafness? Find FULL TRANSCRIPT at the end of the other show notes or download the printable transcript here Contents with Time-Stamped Headings to listen where you want to listen or read where you want to read (heading. time on podcast xx:xx. page # on the transcript) Proem (Preface) 1 Introducing Family Tomoff 02:24. 1 We're different. That's normal. 06:46. 2 Spiritual, mental, physical 13:40. 4 Pillow, pills, poop, and piss 19:57. 5 Freaking out. I've had enough. 23:32. 6 A generation! The experience over time. 27:37. 7 Reflection 35:09. 9 Please comments and ask questions at the comment section at the bottom of the show notes on LinkedIn via email DM on Instagram or Twitter to @healthhats Credits Music by permission from Joey van Leeuwen, Boston Drummer, Composer, Arranger Web/social media coach, Kayla Nelson Inspired by and grateful to David Bourne, Karena De Souza, Natalie M. Esparza, Curtis Cates, Geri Lynn Baumblatt, Mary Anne Sterling, Pete Wendel Sponsored by Abridge Links The Focused Fight by Terri Tomoff Leukemia Lymphoma Society The Hansel and Gretel Code, podcast from Curtis Cates Spectacle by Natalie Esparza  Tilt the Future from Karena deSouza The Difference Collaborative Related podcasts and blogs https://health-hats.com/pod114/ https://health-hats.com/help-the-helpers-care-for-healthcare-workers-now/ https://health-hats.com/difference_collaborative/ About the Show Welcome to Health Hats, learning on the journey toward best health. I am Danny van Leeuwen, a two-legged, old, cisgender, white man with privilege, living in a food oasis, who can afford many hats and knows a little about a lot of healthcare and a lot about very little. Most people wear hats one at a time, but I wear them all at once. We will listen and learn about what it takes to adjust to life's realities in the awesome circus of healthcare. Let's make some sense of all this. To subscribe go to https://health-hats.com/ Creative Commons Licensing The material found on this website created by me is Open Source and licensed under Creative Commons Attribution. Anyone may use the material (written, audio, or video) freely at no charge. Please cite the source as: ‘From Danny van Leeuwen, Health Hats. (including the link to my website). I welcome edits and improvements. Please let me know. danny@health-hats.com. The material on this site created by others is theirs and use follows their guidelines. The Show Proem (Preface) Health Hats: My first clinical rotation in nursing school in 1973 traumatically seeded my approach to health service. Assigned to a couple committed to natural childbirth with the father in the delivery room, unusual at that time and place, the mother had a normal pregnancy. But she delivered a squalling baby with its chord wrapped tightly around its waist, normal from waist up and withered from the waist down. Dad and green student (me) pushed to the wall in a daze with Mom and babe stars of the show, the centers of attention. Filling a vacuum, I bonded with the distraught Dad.  He was supporting cast in that setting, nonetheless a patient in need. Since I recorded these conversations with Olivia, Ryan, Bill, and Terri Tomoff, I've realized that I pay particular attention to the supporting cast when I watch a movie or TV show.  Last night when I couldn't sleep, I watched, Law and Order Criminal Intent.  Vincent D'Onofrio needs Kathryn Erbe. Steven Colbert needs Jon Baptiste. Hansel and Gretel need the witch. We all need supporting cast.

Kaleidocast
The Foxgirl Song Cycle by C.S.E. Cooney & Sailing to the Underworld by Mimi Mondal

Kaleidocast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2021 77:25


The rarest and wisest characters tell their own tale and create their own mythology. C.S.E. Cooney, Mimi Mondal, and Joshua A.C. Newman bring you characters that refuse to conform. "The Foxgirl Cycle" by C.S.E. Cooney, Read by C.S.E. Cooney, produced by Jeremy Cooney and Stefan Mark Dollak C.S.E. Cooney is the author of World Fantasy Award-winning Bone Swans: Stories. Her short novel The Twice-Drowned Saint is included in Mythic Delirium's anthology The Sinister Quartet. Her forthcoming novel Saint Death's Daughter will be out with Rebellion in Spring of 2022. Other work includes Tor.com novella Desdemona and the Deep, and short fiction and poetry in Jonathan Strahan's anthology Dragons, Ellen Datlow's Mad Hatters and March Hares: All-New Stories from the World of Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland, Rich Horton's Year's Best Science Fiction and Fantasy, and elsewhere. Aspiring dungeon master, audiobook engineer, podcaster, and musician, Jeremy Cooney draws inspiration from bawdy pirate tales, Irish and American folk music, sword and sorcery fantasy, and gritty science fiction. His projects include Hail the Void (a 5th Edition DnD podcast starring his companion, his brother, his mother, and his friends) and editing and production of the Gown of Harmonies audiobook by Francessca Forrest. ​The early music specialist Stefan Mark Dollak plays lutes, hurdy-gurdy, the pipe & tabor, the bladder-pipe, guitar, mandolin, pennywhistle, ukulele, harmonica, krummhorns, bass guitar, ocarina, and possibly other instruments. In addition to early music on period instruments, Stef has performed traditional folk music, classical, pop, world music, ambient, ritual, trance, and even a few showtunes. "Sailing to the Underworld" by Mimi Mondal with Joshua A.C. Newman, Read by Jose Febus Mimi Mondal is a Dalit writer of speculative fiction and social-justice nonfiction, and the Poetry and Reprints Editor of Uncanny Magazine. Her first anthology, Luminescent Threads: Connections to Octavia Butler, co-edited with Alexandra Pierce, was published by Twelfth Planet Press in 2017. Mimi's writings have also appeared in Uncanny Magazine, Anathema Magazine,The Book Smugglers, Podcastle, Daily Science Fiction, Scroll.in, and other publications. She is the recipient of the Octavia E. Butler Scholarship for the Clarion West Writing Workshop in 2015. More about her background, politics, literary tastes and editorial preferences can be found at this interview with the Science Fiction and Fantasy Poetry Association. Mimi lives in Manhattan and tweets from @Miminality. Joshua A.C. Newman is a publisher, author, illustrator, game designer, graphic designer, and experimental musician. He lives in Arkham, Massachusetts with no cats and a suspicious pile of electronic components. Jose Febus's credits include the short film " Not Guilty" for which the award of Best Actor was honored at the My Final Shot Production Film Festival. Other films include Attempted Burglary, Plurality and Chicago Boricua. Television credits include The Path, Blindspot, Law & Order, Law & Order Criminal Intent. Web Series - East Willy B. His Off-Off Broadway credits include O'Rex with the G&F Company, The Deep Run at PRTT and Acts of Mercy written by Michael John Garces at The Rattlestick Theater. Regional credits include Ana in the Tropics at the Portland Center Stage, Williamstown Theater and the Hartford Stage Co. jlfebus@hotmail.com

Industry Standard w/ Barry Katz
David Kissinger (Best of, Part 2 of 2)

Industry Standard w/ Barry Katz

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2021 52:29


DAVID KISSINGER is the President of Conaco Productions, (Conan O'Brien'S PRODUCTION COMPANY) and has produced a plethora of shows for them "Andy Barker P.I.," "Outlaw" ON NBC, "Eagleheart" on Adult Swim, "Super Fun Night" for ABC, as well as "the Pete Holmes Show" and “Deon's Black Box” for TBS. Prior to joining Conaco, he was the President of NBC Universal Television/Studio USA where he developed some of the most acclaimed Emmy nominated and winning shows on TV including "House," "the Office," "Monk," "Battlestar Galactica," "Law & Order: Special Victims' Unit," and "Law & Order: Criminal Intent." Previously, Kissinger was a senior VP for Touchstone TV where he oversaw the development and production of "Ellen," “Boy Meets World,” and "Home Improvement." Prior to his TV career, Kissinger worked as a journalist, writing for Rolling Stone, the New York Observer, and Esquire. He is the son of Former Secretary of State and the winner of the Nobel Peace Prize, Henry Kissinger.

Industry Standard w/ Barry Katz
David Kissinger (Best of, Part 1 of 2)

Industry Standard w/ Barry Katz

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2021 57:39


DAVID KISSINGER is the President of Conaco Productions, (Conan O'Brien'S PRODUCTION COMPANY) and has produced a plethora of shows for them "Andy Barker P.I.," "Outlaw" ON NBC, "Eagleheart" on Adult Swim, "Super Fun Night" for ABC, as well as "the Pete Holmes Show" and “Deon's Black Box” for TBS. Prior to joining Conaco, he was the President of NBC Universal Television/Studio USA where he developed some of the most acclaimed Emmy nominated and winning shows on TV including "House," "the Office," "Monk," "Battlestar Galactica," "Law & Order: Special Victims' Unit," and "Law & Order: Criminal Intent." Previously, Kissinger was a senior VP for Touchstone TV where he oversaw the development and production of "Ellen," “Boy Meets World,” and "Home Improvement." Prior to his TV career, Kissinger worked as a journalist, writing for Rolling Stone, the New York Observer, and Esquire. He is the son of Former Secretary of State and the winner of the Nobel Peace Prize, Henry Kissinger.

Folklore Friday
Ep:30 Supernatural Storytelling

Folklore Friday

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2021 63:57


Do you ever wonder what the difference between Supernatural vs Paranormal is? Or Fantasy vs Sci Fi? Well put on your seatbelts because in this episode Kris and I do a deep dive of these types of Genres in Fiction.   |00:38 - 03:25|  Everyday Folklore “Step on a Crack Break your Mother's Back”   |06:30| Supernatural Storytelling   |MUSICAL CREDIT| “Easy Trip Trap” The Brothers Records “Tragic Story”  by Myuu SOUND CREDIT "Ambience, Children Playing, Distant, A.wav" by InspectorJ (www.jshaw.co.uk) of Freesound.org |INFO CREDIT| https://www.masterclass.com/articles/guide-to-supernatural-vs-paranormal-fiction#6-examples-of-supernatural-fiction https://www.quora.com/What-is-the-origin-of-the-Step-on-a-crack-break-your-mothers-back-superstition http://www.smartalecksguide.com/2011/09/are-there-dark-origins-behind-step-on.html |TRANSCRIPT| Hello, my little strange things. On this podcast I discussed the world's folklore, myths, legends and superstition. I explore what these stories meant to the cultures that shared them the different uses of lore and our modern day entertainment, and the history of it all. Welcome to folklore Friday. Every day   Have you ever heard the phrase step on a crack break your mother's back? This was definitely something I heard and said as a child. Even when the other kids and I would question it, that won't really happen. You won't really break your mountains back. Right? It was still something that was fun to say and a fun game to see if you could walk the entire length of the sidewalk without stepping on a crack. This is something in the category of playground lore, meaning lore or superstition that is said and shared among children. There have been multiple versions of the same and it has changed over the years. There's another version that warn children that bears would eat them. Step on a crack and you'll be a bear snack. Another is step on a line and you'll break your mother's fine step on a home, break your mother's sugar bowl, step on a nail and you'll put your dad in jail.   The implication is if a child steps out of line, violence will come to them or one of their parents.   One could say that the idea behind this game is enforcing societal views. That bad behavior of children reflects poorly on the parents, implying that those children act the way they do because their parents did not teach them better.   Even our judiciary system does not try children under the age of 18 as adults, further enforcing that minors are not fully accountable or responsible for their actions until they turn 18. With that in mind, is it possible that this game and phrase said by children is teaching them early on that their bad behavior affects their parents? And ultimately others around them? Or is it just a silly thing? Kids sometimes say to scare each other? or play a game? Tell me what do you think?   Now back to your regularly scheduled program.   Hello, strange Lynx. Just a little housekeeping before I get the episode started. I want to say I'm excited to be back and I've got some fun plans for season two. Hopefully, I'll be able to put out an episode every week. And I really want to get more more listeners involved because I know you're out there I can see the numbers and they're popping up and all sorts of different countries. And so messaged me talk to me, I want to know the things that you want to hear about. I got a text today asking me about Medusa and I was like, hells Yeah, I don't know that much about her except she had snakes for hair. So gonna be researching that. So I want a little bit more engagement. On that note. I hate asking for reviews. I hate it. If you haven't noticed, I don't do it that much. But now, after a year of having the podcast, I can count on one hand the number of reviews I've had. Painful that is to hear myself say out loud. It's horrible. But yeah, I desperately need them and to those who have left me some already I super super appreciate it. And if you're anything like me, you just had your bad leaving reviews. I'll tell you what, I listened to about five different podcasts and I love all of them. I've never reviewed a single one in that messed up but they're actually doing really well and have money and stuff like that. I don't people, okay, so I'm gonna do it with you. Alright. So, so you click on your Apple podcasts. And I'm going to go to a podcast that I like called guide to the unknown. Just a little free publicity for them. All right. Okay. So it opens up this guide to the unknown trailer episodes, you scroll down past episodes, and then it's like boom, ratings and reviews. And then underneath the first review, the latest review that pops up, there'll be a little purple icon that will say right to review. I'm gonna click on that. Hmm, do I want and I can give five stars. Absolutely. title it easy. listening. Okay, these two are so fun. Keep up the good work. And send thanks for your feedback. And now I'm done. Okay, that's super easy. And if you want, you don't even have to write something, you can just go and give however many stars you think I deserve? So again, yeah, the whole reason I do this is so that people can hear it. I put time, effort and money. people that say podcasting is free. Those people are liars, not the good ones. It costs money. The whole reason I do this so that people can hear it, and they can be entertained, and I can hear what they want to learn about. So reviews really helped me out because they bring me up in a search engine so more people can find it. So if you want to leave me a review, that would be fantastic. Thank you so much.   Hello, strange liens. Welcome to season two. I'm your host Megan. And today I'm joined by my husband, Chris. Hello, everyone. I had a good break. But as many breaks often tend to do life happened in the middle. So the time kept getting away from I was like, Oh my gosh, it's almost June. So I'm recording finally. And I am happy to be back recording. Hell yeah. Okay, so today we're going to be talking about supernatural storytelling. I'm not sure if that's going to be the title, either supernatural or paranormal. But why I can't decide it's because we're going to be talking about everything under the umbrella of strange, Supernatural, paranormal, yada, yada, yada and talk about the differences. And honestly supernatural and paranormal I thought they were the same thing. And even though the definitions are different, they're portrayed as the same thing I would say in a lot of entertainment. What about you?   Yeah, I mean, they often get mixed in and they're pretty close. So until you start getting into the actual hard definitions of them then you go Oh, okay. Yeah, I guess I can see the difference there.   Yeah, cuz when I think when when I think supernatural I think all different kinds of monsters and demons and anything spiritual when I think paranormal I only think ghosts. Yeah, good. Like usually where I go with it to like paranormal investigations and stuff like that. Yeah, so that was pretty much what I understood before I did the research. So let's talk about it. Okay. According to the Oxford Dictionary, a manifestation or event attributed to some force beyond scientific understanding, or the laws of nature.   So in the Merriam Webster dictionary, the supernatural definition is, Of or relating to an order of existence beyond the visible, observable universe, especially, Of or relating to God, or a god demigod, spirit, or devil.   And this I found on masterclass.com of what is supernatural fiction, and it says, the supernatural genre incorporates elements that cannot be understood by science, and operate outside the rules of the real world. supernatural fiction normally concerns itself. supernatural fiction normally concerns itself with matters of God, the soul, archangels, and resurrection. Sub genres include supernatural horror fiction, ie the work of HP, Lovecraft, Gothic, ie Frankenstein, ghost stories, supernatural thrillers and other mccobb stories in the horror genre. So you can see how it all kind of mixes together, but this is stating that supernatural is a bit more limited than what I thought. But when you just look at the definition of supernatural, but this is saying supernatural fiction can incorporate a lot of different things. Continuing from the website masterclass, calm   the paranormal genre of literary fiction includes beings and phenomena that are outside the realm of normal Normal scientific understanding of the natural world. Though the paranormal genre may include supernatural list elements, this fiction genre generally includes creatures that have been popularized by folklore fairy tales and popular culture such as fairies, aliens, shapeshifters and the undead   so this so this makes me think it's like flip flops. I think paranormal I think just ghosts. But when I think supernatural I think everything it just stated that it's actually right flip flops. So continuing on. Sub genres that fall into the paranormal fiction category include paranormal romance, urban fantasy, fantasy, romance novels, and paranormal fantasy. The paranormal romance genre has yielded many New York Times bestselling hardcovers and audio books in recent years which storylines around young adult and high school aged main characters who fall in love with the paranormal creature, okay, and some examples would include the Twilight series, Moon called by Patricia Briggs, I've read all of those Oh, there's so freaking good interview with a vampire That one's famous by Anne Rice. And then I'm just reading off once   it's anything that has to do with vampire apparently.   Yeah, discovery of witches vampires, which is the hollow series I don't know what that is. But I've discovered anything titled The the hollow or has the hollow in it is worth checking out because it's usually paranormal on The Mortal Instruments. Okay, so this included examples of fantasy, mortal, mortal engines. That's what I was thinking of going back. Okay, so this kind of locked in fantasy, together with paranormal but here's the difference. There are some debate in the literary world about whether or not high fantasy fiction dark fantasy and other contemporary fantasy genres fall in the supernatural or paranormal category. Though popular fantasy novels and fantasy series like jrr Tolkien's I didn't know it was our Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings and JK Rowling's Harry Potter may include supernatural creatures and elements of the paranormal. fantasy books are generally considered to be their own distinct genre. Okay, and the reason for that is okay, from what I can understand, supernatural and paranormal exist within our world. It's like everything that you know now our world but then add in a vampire, or add in a witch or add in blah, blah, blah. But fantasy exists in a world outside of our world. Right.   So Harry Potter still manages to get outside of our world, because they have their own best secret wizarding world is not really a thing, but it but maybe just had some person who does magic in the normal world. Does that then not make it fantasy?   Yes. So like charmed. would be paired. It would be paranormal, paranormal because they exist in our world. But it's really easy to think of examples like Lord of the Rings, or Oh, come on, what are some other fantasies stuff? I can't think of anything that that new show that we just started watching that you like Shadow and Bone bone. It's like a world that does not exist in our world made up world. Yeah, yeah, exactly. And so that actually helped me kind of distinguish the two of them. Okay, okay. And I don't normally like what Wikipedia says. But I really like the wording. It says in the difference of definitions. The supernatural genre highlights supernatural creatures or happenings within the real world. Moreover, supernatural fiction also tends to focus on suspense and mystery and less on action, and adventure. Fantasy usually takes place in another world. We're fantastical creatures or magic, our normal Labyrinth, the labyrinth legend. Yes. Melissa sent. So awesome. Legend. Yeah, Tom Cruise. I only came out a little while ago. Oh my gosh, like 20 years 3030 or 40, maybe 1985, almost forever. before I was born, so hopefully strange links that answers your questions. But yeah, you can see how it can all get mixed together. But the biggest difference I would say is between fantasy and everything else.   Right. And I would say for the most part, you're zeroing in on paranormal stuff. Correct where we thought maybe it was supernatural that you were focusing in on Moreover, it's paranormal or normal.   And I think the thing that messes Up is one the show supernatural everything right and then shows like paranormal investigations paranormal investigator mostly hunt ghosts so turns out they're wrong.   The other ones as far as you know, movies and TV using them supernatural and paranormal usually feel pretty interchangeable. Yeah, I would say so. I mean, it to say that it's supernatural and it just goes beyond the rules of science can encompass a lot of things still. Yeah, but calling it paranormal seems to maybe focusing on it a little bit more insane. Like No, it's these folklore things in particular. Yeah. That we're seeing. Yeah, that makes a supernatural maybe also is saying that around those same kinds of things a little bit,   because the thing anything outside of science, yeah. Proven.   Yeah. You can't scientifically explain this. And it seems beyond the laws of nature.   Okay. So like, like the show fringe or fringe science? Yeah, possibly. But then when you zero in on it, like monsters, magic, or norm, those are paranormal. Okay, actually, that helped me still   end up in those are science fiction type things would hit a lot of supernatural stuff. But sometimes they like to be like, and then this monster exist?   Oh, yeah. And we didn't even talk about sci fi. Okay, so sci fi, you explain it. I don't actually have a definition. But the difference is things that could maybe possibly exist within science, right? Think of   within the realm of scientific possibility, right, but yet have not been yet discovered or proven? Or, you know, a lot of quantum theory. Any time travel thing is potentially possible, maybe because we've thought about it scientifically, but nothing's been proven behind that. So that's the science fiction thing. Most space traveling type things   are way in the future Star Trek, it all has   this potential to exist because science says that it's possible, but we've definitely not gotten there yet.   Yeah, so that's the big difference. sci fi, obviously science fiction, Supernatural, paranormal, my little magic and   yeah, beyond any kind of scientific explanation, because it just defies the laws of nature. Yeah, yeah. But science fiction is saying, Yeah, possible. But we haven't actually worked it out quite yet.   Yeah. So now, we're going to discuss a little bit about history of supernatural specifically when it pertains to folklore and super superstition. First off, it serves a purpose. It wasn't just this small minded thing that people thought up to scare their children. Most of folklore and superstition comes from a time where they didn't have scientific understanding, and they didn't have medical knowledge. So the way your body decayed, or the moon, or things that happen in NIH, that people didn't understand, because they didn't have that understanding of what was actually going on.   This is what they figured out what's going on. And this was their explanation of it. Exactly. Yeah. They believed it to be true, because this is what they worked out.   And it was it. And that was a good thing, because it gave them an answer where there otherwise wasn't one. The example that I use a lot is the idea of changeling children. It's this concept that a fairy would come and take your kid in the middle of the night and replace it with this human like child's but wasn't because it was created out of magic. And the symptoms that they say that these children had, they wouldn't look you in the eyes. They didn't like being hugged, and they had large appetites. And they didn't like socializing with the other children. So like kind of toddler age. So a lot of modern day psychologists and historians say those kids were probably autistic. And these stories go back. So so far, no, I mean, to get into anti vaccine, but here's a good example of this existed long before it had a diagnosis. And the stories offered these families that were just confused. An explanation were there otherwise wasn't one. Well said. So. So that's an example of how folklore can serve a purpose. And it was probably beneficial to those families because they were like, Oh, it's not my fault. This thing came in the middle of the night and took my baby and now I care for this one. Okay. And then something Chris and I were talking about a while ago is people still have folkloric beliefs and superstition To this day, depending on what country or what culture there's some people that are very heavily involved in superstition,   especially superstitious things. ask anybody that plays a sport. They're superstitious at all or if they do anything to make sure that they have good luck going in this Something like that it that's all superstition, because there's no evidence that it's actually working or not. Even though people might still say that they have evidence behind it, because they won that game, or something like that, but so all superstitions behind it. I mean, even just those general big ones of walking on their ladder, it's bad luck and all those different ways to get bad luck breaking a mirror. These all these things just settle into people's brains. And they, then they're, they've convinced themselves of it. And so just take that and think about being told a story about how sticking a stake in a dead person and nailing him into the coffin was make sure that they don't become a vampire. It's easy to believe. Yeah. It's not worth it. No one's telling you that that's not the right thing.   Okay, so as the world continued on, and we learned, how our bodies worked, how things happen that seemed magical turned out to just be kind of a natural process. folklore became something that faded into the background and then became a part of entertainment. So you can see examples of that in Shakespeare. What are some examples in Shakespeare Besides, okay, I can think of Hamlet, Midsummer Night's Dream. It's a strange perfect POC. Yeah, creature. So in Hamlet, there's the ghost of his father. And then what's the one we're there on the iPad, the tempest Tempest, a bunch of magic in the Tempus. Okay, in 1897. book was written called Camilla, which actually came out before Dracula. And it is about a lesbian vampire. The story is narrated by a young woman preyed upon by a female vampire named Camilla. Then novella, notably, never acknowledges homosexuality and an end to agonistic trait, leaving it subtle, and relatively on mentioned. Now, my opinion is if that was about to human lady love, and ladies, that would not be accepted. And then lady lovingly. Did you like that? So homosexuality was outlawed in different areas during that time. So what made this sneak through to mainstream is because Camilla wasn't a human, she was a vampire. So what I find interesting about this is that they used these kind of folkloric beliefs as a way to talk about something that maybe they otherwise couldn't talk about. So maybe there was some closeted women who were like, Oh, my gosh, I'm not alone. Somebody feels this way. Yeah, and it's a vampire, and it's a vampire. That's what I should be. And thus, the fascination started. So it's interesting to think about how vampires went from this thing of legends that was really scary to this thing that became maybe a little bit more relatable. And there was a level of romanticism and we see the beginnings of that with stories like Mila, and Dracula. And then later, the same thing happen with witches, we saw them starting out as villains, and then they eventually became the protagonists.   So in that, which is went from being villains, to the woman next door, starting with shows like bewitched, which began in 1964, where there was a beloved witch as the main character in it, even though she had to keep her identity hidden as a witch. She's still that the titular character, something similar to that I was thinking of was I Dream of Jeannie. And that started in 1965. So seeming, there's mid 60, things are starting this revolution of these folkloric ideas being these more upbeat, kind of happy things that we can cover and talk about and it's all okay.   Yeah, it was like to be burned at the stake. Yeah. Or like, I'll get you my pretty rich to the east. Now. These ladies existed in suburbia, and so is a much more accepted thing. And it was comfortable for people. And then it went even more so which is begin to be romanticized. And then, you know, vampires had been romanticized since Camilla, and Dracula. And we've seen that become so much more mainstream in the past decade with things like Twilight. But then you can even see examples of you know, Twilight, we've got vampires and werewolves, but now even zombies have their own love stories with movies like warm bodies, and I'm sure there's more but that's the only one I can think of. I can't think of any other zombie zombie story. I mean, izombie kind of Oh zombies cute. will be More people, not just these. Raise your brain. Yeah. Yeah. Thinking sentience, creatures loving intelligent people are ones that also needed to eat people. Yeah. But they figured out or the one way that Drew Barrymore Oh, the Santa Clarita Diet. Yeah. Oh my gosh. I love that show. Oh, heck, how did you forget that one? I don't know. Yeah, check that out. Listeners because that's on Netflix. Yeah, another suburbian example. She's like a wife. She's a like real estate. That's like, bewitched, but that's totally what that is. That's exactly what it is. It's a strong like magic or, you know, supernatural woman, like her human husband. That's okay. With her being this theory. She's trying to support it and manage it. It's actually trying to keep it secret. Yeah, I'm pretty sure it's very feminine thing, because all of those shows are wonderfully feminist in the way that their husbands are accepting with their wives being these things and a good example. Okay, so I want to know is now in the modern world, we know things like zombies and vampires and werewolves we know those things don't exist, because we understand how do we know Yeah. Yeah. But for the most part, they're no longer stories that terrify people. Now, they're stories that are entertaining. So in, Chris, in your opinion, why are these stories entertaining for people, because we still hope they do exist, they exist, still want to grow. And that's why   it's so romanticize being a vampire that then it's not even like, Oh, my gosh, I hope I don't get attacked by a vampire. It's like, gosh, I hope I get turned. So I can be a vampire and vampire things. I mean, that's what Twilight is all about is like, she's, you know, spoiler alert, if you. But I'm Twilight, that Bella eventually turns into a vampire. And then, and now she's a strong werewolf guy. And so it's cool to be this thing. It's neat to be your, you have this power as an outsider. And that's what a lot of people are also looking for, too, is that this, you're this outsider with these special abilities, and you're different from everyone else. But that's pretty cool thing to be.   Because you can still fit in society. Right? You have this this extra thing about you. And I think from the documentaries I've watched on these type of stories, people say that, especially for adolescence, they feel like they don't fit in. And so to see stories like this, where people are existing in a society that looks like ours, but yet there's something unique and inherently different about them. They're like, I can relate to that. I know what that feels like. And so sometimes it's a lot easier for people to relate to. What I think is something that's really interesting about these types of stories is because it's interesting to see characters deal with human emotions. But there's also something that gives them a supernatural power. So everything is supercharged. So if you get jealous, and you have to kill people to live, if you get jealous of somebody, you're like, Oh, I got to not kill that person, I got fight my instinct to not kill them. and different things like that. Or if you have magical abilities, and you get upset, and you like murder five people around you,   yeah, that's like, watch blade. Read the blade comics, because that's why he's awesome. With all those things that you said, you have to watch some blade, because he's dealing with that kind of like, I'm this monster, but I'm a monster killer, I have to battle, this inner monster of mine with these powers that I that I have behind it. And that struggle that he has with himself about who he is. That's big on that. And I mean, that all just then turns into also not just vampires and werewolves in but superhero movies are the same kind of thing. They fall into that same exact kind of storytelling of how do I have? How do I manage these these newfound abilities, these crazy things that are outside of the normal world and still exist and be who I am in the normal world? Where does that balance happen?   Yeah, because the decisions that someone that's just a regular Joe Schmo human have to make are probably a little bit different than someone that has these crazy abilities,   right. Whether they be superpowers or things that potentially make you a monster, like a vampire. Yeah. That's why it's fun to watch it, see where they go with it.   And I like that I think that like vampires and werewolves are interesting, because it's this idea that they are like human, but they're not. So they have to fight their very nature, which is what you were talking about right with with blade. And a really good example that that I like, is the character Damon from the Vampire Diaries, because he's such a good example, because he is just merciless. In the beginning. He's just like killing people left and right. Zero apologies. He doesn't feel obligated to live the human code. Because he's not human. And one of his, one of his lines is, I kill people. It's in my nature. It's who I am. And so it's also interesting to see people not fall into that moral code. Because if you really think about it, they're like, Well, I'm not a human. And so to see, it's also interesting to see bad vampires and bad werewolves.   I could almost see Dexter. Yeah, from the show Dexter saying those? Same, that exact line. Yeah, like, this is who I am. It's in my nature, it's who I am. I think he might have said,   aim it towards bad people.   I mean, that's what makes that it's that it's that gets to be in that same world of what we're doing with the supernatural and paranormal, but it's just a normal guy. Like he's fighting his inner monster. And that's just a great way to tell a story. Yeah, person's inner battle with themselves and are nice, fun, and sometimes easy way to do it. It's be like, well, there,   there's this thing that they're struggling with.   Yeah, they're vampire. They're werewolves, they're whatever this thing is that they have to deal with. And let's see where that goes.   And I think I like that storyline, because you're taking someone that's for the most partly human, and then you're giving them all these different powers. But having those powers of those abilities, doesn't make your problems go away. And that, in my opinion, is why that's interesting, because you still have to deal with all this rain, jealous, wanting to be loved wanting to fit in blabbity, blah, blah, blah, like all of those things are still there. And I think that's really, really good. I don't know, metaphor, or have you another example of why I like these stories. In comparison to say true crime, True Crime can kind of battle with the go over that struggle that you were talking about. With Dexter, it's, you get to see these stories of people that went there, that cracked that completely lost their humanity, and they gave into the darker sides. I don't like stories like that. I get why people like them. But they scare me. terrifying to me, because they're things that really happen. And so when I watch true crime, I'm paranoid for the next week, I look at my neighbors like, that could be a killer, that that guy, that guy checking me out of the grocery store, who knows, and I don't like it. I like these stories, because for the most part, they're not real. Things like that. As far as we know, as far as we know, disclaimer, as far as we know, but I find it soothing. in a weird way. I think I fell in love with the exiles as a kid because I could think, oh, man, I got shit going on in my life. But at least I don't have these problems. At least I don't have some alien or I have to go into some conspiracy of the world even though some people claim that that has happened and then when I feel feel for you, but I'm talking about the non alien stuff. But yeah, I can't I like Chris said, we don't know. I can't disprove spirits, werewolves vampires, but I can sleep through the night if I watched something right as elements.   Because you, you know, you're hoping that your neighbor isn't a vampire. But you're like, could he be a killer? Yeah, exactly. That's exactly.   Okay. And this is a quote from an article that I got that all I'll post the link in the description, we like novelty, something that departs from our everyday experience, some of the attraction of being scared comes from the deviation of having a new experience that we know is safe. Okay, want to split that up into two parts. So first one, it says something that departs from our everyday experience. This is something that Chris and I have talked about, is that Chris loves things that I would say fantasy that's created this whole world and this whole universe   of science fiction will do that too, with you know, jumps into the future of space. Stories, when they're like this is this whole new world, this universe that's been created, you know, Star Wars kind of dances that line of being fantasy and science fiction, because, you know, it's in a galaxy far, far away, and it's creating this whole different new world. But could that exist? You know, scientifically? Yeah. Probably most part. So it's those types of things play in that nice, beautiful place of the new. I like the new instead of what's already here and around me in my everyday life. I don't need other people's versions of their everyday life, I want to see this new, amazing world that has all these new discoveries for me.   Yeah, a good example. Sorry, before we were married, and I was at his apartment, and like, my internet sucked. So he let me come over and use the internet, which is code for watch stuff. He got back from work. And I was watching Parenthood, which is, you know, kind of like a dramedy about being parents and this whole family and how they all work. And there's this scene where this couple who's getting divorced has this, like emotional conversation. And Chris was like, I don't need to watch this. This is depressing. This is real. I don't need to watch it. I don't find this entertaining. And it was just a good example. But some people feel like that's important. And they feel really rejuvenated. My sister's one of those I asked like, what audio books do you listen to? And she's like, I like autobiographies and anything to do with World War Two.   Yeah, I think there's a place for it. I think that it's fine for people who enjoy it. I just not for me.   Yeah. Insane when it when my sister was talking about that. I was like, Uh huh. I only listen to things with vampires and werewolves and witches, like that's the majority, it's autobiographies of comedians. And then like fantasy books, that's how I listened to. Because it's that idea of like, I know what happens in the daily I want something extra. So now we're gonna talk about storylines that are popular in these types of genres,   paranormal supernatural fantasy genres. So one of the first ones that came to mind for us particularly is what we call Freaky Friday. And that's where they just have a Friday and it's freaky. Know what happens there. If you ever seen that movie Freaky Friday is that it's like a swap between two people, you get to live out their life, because some, by some magical or even scientific means their minds get swapped, and you're in their body, and now you have to exist and do the things that they were going to do in their life. And then, you know, discoveries are made, and you get revelations, and you're like, Oh, my stuff was hard. I didn't understand you, and all that deep stuff happens, but it's Freaky Friday for everyone.   And that, you know, obviously, we've seen the movie Freaky Friday, and then there's like other versions of that storyline, but we see it a lot in television writing, especially for shows that are magical. And my favorite type of Freaky Friday is when it's more than just two people. It's a whole night everyone can switch with someone else. Like in Jumanji, the second one. Oh, yeah, that's a really that's, that's, that's my favorite kind of Freaky Friday where they all are getting switched up, and they all are jumping in. And then you get to see those actors act like different characters. Oh, my God, it's perfect. I love it.   And this kind of thing has happened in shows like Star Trek. I know. I've seen a supernatural that's happened in that show for charm term. Both of them even happens a little bit, sometimes in shows that aren't focused around paranormal supernatural things. It's kind of like a almost a dream Dream that they were that person. And then they're like, Oh, crap, I understand them better.   Yeah, but yeah, there's a really good episode in lost girl, where they all get like, switched around. It's Yeah, so there's lots of examples. You can go into that. I like that. Okay. Another type that we've seen, and this isn't maybe not storyline, but a thread for a show is creature of the week. So there's a new threat in every episode. You see it a lot. Or not maybe every episode, but there's usually a new threat, Buffy the Vampire Slayer. It's not just vampires that she fights. There's all these different types of things that happen. And now we have the show legacies on The CW where Nah, they do such a good job things are just come in all the time. It was also on Teen Wolf, the television series you see it a lot in more like episodic type of writing. And I think it's great because it gives you so many different opportunities to tell different types of stories.   So another great one is what I do typically referred to as a groundhog day scenario, because I'm referring to the movie Groundhog Day with Bill Murray, where he continues to repeat the same day over and over again and he gets reset on the day if he dies. And that's usually what happens or ale don't sleep that night in a wake up and it will be the morning that he just did. And so this is just that time loop one that I really like a lot. There's a lot of great movies that do it Groundhog's Day, obviously is is one of the great ones.   And they always refer to it as Groundhog Day. That's that's that's how well that movie did. And it was one of the first ones and so usually when you're trying to explain that story, you say Oh, like Groundhog Day.   Yeah. Yeah, cuz it's so well, and yeah, so fun. And Edge of Tomorrow is one of my most favorite movies. It's also referred to as live die repeat. That's what Tom Cruise Emily Blunt, where he does the same thing he's repeating the same day. If he dies yes to repeat there's there's all these scientific reasons for why it's happening to him, of course in battling aliens, but that same thing of how do I get through my day? What new discoveries Do I need to make an even in just this one day? What are all the many possibilities? that lie ahead for me? It's just a really cool story,   huh? Yeah. What was that one with Andy Samberg, Palm Springs, Palm Springs. That one was super fun. And one of my new favorites is happy death day. There's happy death day one and happy death. Day two. I like the first one. But first one's definitely better. It's been super, super fun. It's like a horror version. And it's horror comedy. My favorite guy. We're gonna watch that on my birthday. I'm excited. Okay, and this is close to Groundhog Day. But another movie that was made made this theme popular for an alternate timeline is it's a wonderful life. So he wakes up. And his whole world is different. What he knew is completely gone. And that is a really fun type of storyline, which they can do in non paranormal type shows. Usually it's some kind of a dream. But it's that idea that here's an alternate version of my life.   Yeah, alternate reality of what, what if this thing had happened and therefore changed so many other things, and usually some sort of crucial moment in your life had gone differently for you. And therefore, these other things have worked out tons of movies have done that? And yeah,   yeah, there's like the family man with Nicolas Cage. I can't believe I can't think of any   baseball one. Mr. Destiny is another one that has James Belushi in it. And he it's it's very much like a It's a Wonderful Life type of storyline where he did not do well in his baseball career. But then going back, I can't remember how it happened. Maybe he made some sort of wish that What if he did do well in his baseball career, and he did that instead? And so he gets to live out that alternate reality. And then, you know, of course, discovers that his life was so much more fulfilling and yeah, there's always that, that that idea idea to it.   But when it comes to time travel, this storyline can be similar to so like Back to the Future. When he does go back to the future. Everything's different. And if he is in charge of everything,   right, that's the second one with a hose. Yeah. Actually, the first one when he goes back is nice. Nice and clean in his car.   Yeah. But then that truck when he gets a hold of the sports Almanac arena, right? Yeah. So differently. Okay. And then this is one that Chris I feel like has a better understanding, but a MindScape where you're entering into someone's mind. So examples like the cell, which I've never seen, and you told me it was here me too much. Yeah,   it's pretty scary. It's that's kind of scary. That gets to you more, I know. Versus like, Oh, this is this is getting in your head a little bit.   Yeah. Watch out.   But explain it like how   so and that one J. Lo is this sort of psychologist and they she's with this group that have discovered a way to sort of go into a person's mind. And in order to help them. Give them therapy is what is happening because they're unable to speak. In particular, there's this boy who doesn't speak he's kind of, I believe he's at such an maybe artistic level that he's not a Want to communicate well or something else is going on? wrong with them? I can't. It's been a while since I've seen it. But then eventually it turns into that this serial killer who goes into a coma, they need to get into his head in order to find out where he's keeping a girl he had just kidnapped and that he put into a chamber and slowly kills a cell. Yeah, that would bother me. And so they're using this process that she's good at. and Vince Vaughn is an FBI guy who's trying to help her out and yeah, just going through that process and the serial killers that guy from the law bill or loan Order Criminal Intent. Not Buffalo Bill, nevermind. kingpin pressure.   Oh, yeah, I don't know his name. Vincent D'Onofrio. Oh, yeah, he was in Jurassic World two. Yeah.   So well. Vincent D'Onofrio is actually the serial killer that they have to get into the mind of And so yeah, that's this MindScape it's this place that he's created. And all these things are possible, because he's making these things up in his head. And so it's like, they're in a serial killers head. And that's what's crazy about it. And that's the the MindScape type thing. I've seen it again on Star Trek, and Star Trek does all of these. And supernatural where it's not, they're not playing and they're going into someone's head. And so they have really, it's this world that's in their head. It's it's what they've created, and they   don't know the rules and everything   right. And usually they're trying to bring them out of it is oftentimes the story that's being told is, is get them out of it or get in there in order to figure out something from them secretly Inception does this yes, these minds Yeah, in or they're trying to plant the seed of a thought. And so they're actually going into this person's brain. And   it's such a fun storyline. I've seen it I've seen on lost girl. I've seen it on Xena, actually, I think it's like Xena goes into Gabrielle's mind. And it's a fun, it's a fun storyline. And it's super similar to Christmas saying like, I think it's the same thing. But there's also the idea of a vision quest where you're going into your own mind. But there's other other things that have joined you spiritual guides. And so they're taking you on this journey. So you're not there for someone else, you're there for yourself. But still, you don't know what's going to happen, you can't navigate because you don't know what's coming. Because it's this the world of your mind that you've created. So there's like, Buffy meets the first Slayer, like death is your gift. She's like, I don't understand. And there's there's also really, really good examples of that kind of storyline, too. Okay, and so now we're gonna talk about the transformation type of storyline. And there's two basically, one is it's a forced transformation example, your bit by werewolf up by vamper, you turn into a werewolf, or a vampire, or a zombie, or whatever. And then all the things that you have to go through to now become this new being. And I mean, so many different examples of that. And then there's the other type, which is a coming of age transformation. You were always this thing. And now that you're a certain age, you're now becoming this thing. Because Didn't you say in team wolf, the movie? It was like a hereditary thing?   Yeah, his dad was a werewolf. And so at once he was going through puberty, he finished his transformation into a werewolf. And so his dad was trying to explain that to him and everything. So it wasn't, he was always going to be that he didn't get bit like he does in the show. He was just born a werewolf like his dad is and a just dealing with what that means for him.   And then of course, you're a wizard, Harry. Right.   And a lot of it. Oftentimes these happen on this coming of age thing, which is not an accident, because it's this, like, I'm going through puberty, what are these crazy changes that are happening to me? And then we're just trying to accentuate that story by saying that, oh, it's because you're a werewolf. It's because you're a wizard. It's because you're a vampire. That now you're at this, you know, this crucible, this point that's happening. And these changes are happening so as to relate to the young adult audience that this is focused around.   Yeah. Another good thing that I've seen when it comes to which stories is that they're spellbound, until they're adults. We've seen that in discovery witches and charmed, they don't find out that they're witches until they're like in the early 20s. Right. And that is a really fun way because it's, oh, your parents wanted you to have this normal life until you were ready.   Right? This new amazing discovery Otherwise, you probably would have had a pretty good grip on it by now. And you'd be managing Oh, true, right.   But now it's like all these different challenges. Um, similar to the body swap, the next storyline is possession. But this instead of being switched with someone, it's just something demon, Angel, bad spirit, good spirit, whatever comes into your body. I don't even want to list all those because you can think of them. There's a lot. Now, this is I, I don't really know how to explain this, but I always find it and it bothers me and supernatural stories. Anytime there's a ritual where you have to have blood involved. So many examples. In Buffy, in supernatural, even in Nancy Drew in charmed. Why? Think about it. Think about those scenes. Where do they cut themselves, Chris on their hand   was on the palm, and they're very useful hands. Why did they do a slice in   the middle of it nice and deep and all the way across. You could cut yourself in so many other places, in order to give a few drops of blood spell your, your Lake, your ankle, anywhere except your needed hands and   you've ever get a cut on your hand. It's like the worst place to get a cut. Because it's always moving us why going that deep? Yeah, it's always super deep. And then what they do, they ball up their fist, and then they squeeze the blood over whatever.   Maybe maybe a needle isn't readily available, but somebody grab a needle and just draw a little bit of blood out. Like this huge cover. When you find that knife, I can   jam it into my head.   It hurts.   It's like every single time. I just have this dream in my head. A storyline right there. Yeah, I know. It's not a storyline, but it's an example I just bring up because it just it's a trope. It's like they always cut their hand. I just have this vision of writing this kind of like paranormal comedy horror movie, and it would be like, Oh, we need a blood exchange. And then someone goes for their hand and another character says, Why don't you just do something smart, like your arm or something and be ready with a bandage. I don't know. I just have a premonition. So like a premonition. Usually I find these like a character that gets premonitions or something that can either be really good or not helpful. Like I don't know That's So Raven is a really good example of how she gets these little premonitions of the future right. But sometimes they change and so she's always trying to change them and don't they always just come true no matter what.   I don't know. I didn't see a whole lot of that. So Raven, it's been so Stan what happened in it? But but that's the people getting premonitions or even just I mean, that's the final destination movies right there. Yeah, yeah. Is them having this premonition of the deaths and then trying to avoid that, and then you trying to escape this fate that's ahead of you.   But like you were saying the characters a character on a new show called The Nevers, which I highly recommend to HBO viewers, right, of how she gets these premonitions, but she doesn't know when they're gonna happen. And she knows that she can't change them. And Chris was saying the other night, he's like, her gift is useless,   utterly useless. Good thing, you know, something that you can't remotely change. Yeah, it was a little that's like, No,   I'm gonna get hit by a car. And then you just go, Oh, well, that sucks. Yeah, that's definitely gonna happen.   And there Yeah. So sometimes I like that type of storyline. When you can change it, like charmed. She can usually change it in both versions, the ones that get that psychic inclination of like, what's going to happen. So I like the premonition storyline when you can change it because then you have an upper hand because if you don't have an upper hand, then you're just like, well, dang it, I can't do it now. Okay. And this is kind of something that we see is when someone becomes aware of the supernatural and they have to now deal with the fact that their world has changed. It's world shattering news, Harry euro wizard. wizards exist What? Like   they don't even have to be part of it either. So much like what I was saying with the the the transformation or the bite that you're becoming your werewolf and you are this thing now. It's that that this is different because we're now saying that this person becomes aware that these insane things exist, and they have to just manage their life. Now with that knowledge. That doesn't mean you take any doctor who Assistant that he brings in there his partner and then going like, well, like a look at this world. And that's why brings assistant along because doctor who's used to all this stuff, we don't necessarily care about Doctor Who discovering these new things, there is some fun in that. But that's why   that show is interesting because the assistant has an   assistant comes along so right about them managing this whole new world of possibilities that he's showing to them of all of these crazy new things. And them how this world shattering idea of what's going on here and then having to manage that.   It's also you can see this a lot when it's, say, a haunted house storyline. And you know, usually there's this struggle of No, it can't be real, I'm gonna prove that it's not real. There's that dumb character. It's like, Steve, no ghost is gonna get me and then they're like drug off off screen. And I do think that the way you write that discovery is going to make or break the movie. We've talked about before, how, let's say like a supernatural threat came to us. And we had to therefore acknowledge that it was like the black eyed kids is something that I've talked about. And you're like, I wouldn't be scared about it. I'd be like, Okay, well, how do we get rid of them? Let's look at let's look at what all the scholars have   just laid out in front of you. And you just you're just like absolutely denying it or just like, Oh, yeah, it's a ghost. I saw it. So you know, okay, let's do a salt circle. Let's do all that. Yeah, let's do the ritual. Do the things that you need to do instead of just yeah, saying no. I know, it's holding me upside down, but can't be real. But   I imagined it. Yeah. And then the last kind of storyline is the idea of a powerful magical object. And that the story is built around that you seen in the movie The mask with Jim Carrey Lucky's mask, he puts it on he transforms into this cartoon like creature. And then Infinity Gauntlet, and the stones are the stones called   the Infinity Stones. The Infinity Gauntlet, it gives that that person a bunch of power, right? These   things that also sort of change your perception on reality because it has this whole nother level of possibilities that are usually supernatural paranormal beyond the explanation of science of the laws of nature. The Holy Grail is another one we talked about the fifth element with the stones and actually, you know, the Fifth Element herself. The Sorcerer's Stone in Harry Potter and Harry Harry Potter just continues to throw those types of things on this list. The fairy wand and elderberry the elder was elderberry elderberries are real. It's like a thing. They aren't good. Yeah. So it's a great way of telling a story is powerful, magical object. Whoever possesses it some sort of crazy thing different than will change for them. I mean, just the genies lamp. Yeah, great example of that.   I think there's something called the skull of truth. And it's supposed to be the skull that like Shakespeare uses. It's Yorick. It's that and whoever's in the same room as the skull, they have to tell the truth. So that would be kind of handy. I do think. So, those are some of our favorite storylines within the genre. Let us know if we missed anything.   There's plenty more. I'm sure we missed some. There's all sorts of different ways. I mean, watch every single Star Trek episode, and they do all sorts of these different things. Yeah. 15 years of supernatural wasn't just by chance that they only cover the storylines that we mentioned. I know. Yeah. So there's other Yeah, they're out there. And they're awesome. And each one gets to be used again and again and again, and thrown little different elements at it. And that's one of the reasons why. supernatural paranormal things are so much fun, because it does not get old.   Yeah, it doesn't get old when you have so many options to play with. Right? And you can mix these things around. You can have like, oh, a Freaky Friday, within Oh, we also have to get this powerful object and this powerful object is what made us do the Freaky Friday thing in the first place. Oh, it's so great.   So many versions. And like we said that, that these they transcend just being in even in their own story, worlds of fantasy, science fiction, Supernatural, paranormal and even the drama series. We'll touch on some of these storylines that are primarily focused in these types of world and then they'll sort of explain them away of why this, you know, the real world is still functioning here that they had a dream, the dream, but it's, they're all incredibly awesome ways to tell stories and that's why I just,   yeah, eat it up. Eat it. Oh, yeah, same. Alright and as we end Make sure to follow me on Instagram at the folklore Friday podcast and message me message me if there's any storylines that you like, or if there's a topic you want us to discuss, because I am looking for feedback. And as I end I wanted to tell Chris and you my listener, so as listening to this podcast, if you'd like my podcast, and you're really gonna like it's called stories with Sapphire, ah, do you ever just look at someone and their accomplishments and you go, I want I want those. She's living my best life. Like, that's this chick for me. And so I was listening to this episode where she tells these scary stories. Sometimes people write in sometimes she narrates, sometimes they they narrate, narrate, I can talk. So I listen to her podcast a lot when I'm working because I do sign work. And I usually find it really soothing but on my way home to you love in my life, Chris. I was listening to this one. And it made me gasp out loud. Because I was like, Oh, I don't like that at all. This, like family, and they kept being haunted by this ghost of someone that looked a lot like the daughter and kept saying, Mommy, Mommy, and it sounded, you know, pretty general. And they said, Please leave and as most ghost stories do the ones that end will that left but then you find out that it was like the ants. Baby, she had a miscarriage. And they said, Oh, the aunt said we couldn't bury it in him. I think it was her her son couldn't bury him in the cemetery. So we buried him in the house. And out loud I went what she said, she put the remnants in this big glass jar with alcohol and put it under the floorboards of the couch, like render underneath the couch. It seems like work to just do that. That's easier to bury airy and live somewhere just disintegrate and become part of the earth.   That sounds very natural to the work to do what they did. It's like preserving it in like a free pickle jar. Yeah,   that's the most disturbing thing I've ever heard. I don't know if it was like a cultural thing. And if it is, I'm sorry, but they didn't say it was and I would be so disturbed if I found found that. Sure. You know what? Just like it was very disturbing to me. So check out that. Yeah, check that out. Check that. It's very good. Also check out guide to the unknown. I've been listening to that one a lot. Super like it props to them. But also listen to all of the other previous episodes for folklore Friday. Oh, yes, please. So thank you so much for listening. Thank you for joining me, Chris. Oh, thank you for having me, Megan. And we'll see you next time on folklore Friday. Bye. Thanks for listening my little strange things. I hope you join us next time. scare you later.   Transcribed by https://otter.ai  

ON THE CALL
ON THE CALL - PETER PATRIKIOS

ON THE CALL

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2021 25:12


PETER PATRIKIOS: Fluent in #Greek, excelling in #mathematics and #science #biologist at heart, majored in biopsychology before studying #neuroscience, Peter took to acting easily, eventually winning a Best Supporting Actor Award in 2019 from @Philadelphia Independent Film Festival. for 'Offstage Elements'. A lover of all #animals and #insects, he recently gained his own action figure, from one of his portrayals and after a resume of 40 #plays and 60 #films and #television #productions such as: @LastCall_movie @21Bridgesmovie @Zeroesfilm @NotForNothingmovie Law & Order Criminal Intent, Boardwalk Empire #nbcBlacklist and Gotham to name a few. Peter has now added #writer to his bio, with a children's book to be published this year. What a life! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ozzie-stewart/support

Reppin
Reppin 4.2: Brandon Victor Dixon

Reppin

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2021 43:55


Brandon Victor Dixon has an expansive list of credits that range from Broadway’s Hamilton, The Color Purple to television’s Rent Live, Jesus Christ Superstar to STARZ’s Power. Brandon has also appeared in concert with various artists such as Burnt Sugar: The Arkestra Chamber, Jennifer Hudson, Nathan Lane, Wynton Marsalis, Chita Rivera, Liza Minnelli, David Hyde Pierce, and Tony winners Levi Kries, Kelli O'hara, and Brian Stokes Mitchell. Other Credits include: ABC's One Life To Live, Law & Order: Criminal Intent, ABC's The Good Wife, and NETFLIX’s “She’s Gotta Have It”.His talent doesn’t end there, h'e’s also a producer! His company WalkRunFly has produced multiple works including the Tony Award winning Hedwig and the Angry Inch starring Neil Patrick Harris, He is co-founder of The WeAre Foundation, a non-profit “Turning Art into Action.” Millions have seen and heard his voice and talent-but here, you’ll learn what motivates this talented man and what he’s fighting for. Brandon’s Twitter: https://twitter.com/BrandonVDixonBrandon’s Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/brandonvdixon/?hl=enWe Are Foundation: https://weare.org/

Munch My Benson: A Law & Order: SVU Podcast
55 - The Definition of Wan

Munch My Benson: A Law & Order: SVU Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2021 82:46


What do the business of sports, Adam's email inbox, Stockton California pizza chains, and the contents of Amanda Rollins's stately pleasure dome have in common? Well, they all come up in our especially tangent prone rundown of "Hunt, Trap, Rape and Release" (S22E7) Munch My Benson's first taste of SVU Season 22. Along the way, we rate the loudest blouses in SVU, the greatest challenges in home laundry, and the least believable cast members of Law & Order: Criminal Intent among many, many other topics. Articles: From Aggressive Overtures to Sexual Assault: Harvey Weinstein’s Accusers Tell Their Stories - The New Yorker Music: Divorcio Suave - “Munchy Business” 11:39 - Jesse Jaymes - "Go New York Go!" from Go New York Go (1994) 31:37 - Stevie Wonder - "Jungle Fever" from Jungle Fever Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (1991) 1:06:17 - KRS-One - "Sound of da Police" from Return Of The Boom Bap (1993) Next Week’s Episode: Season 9, Episode 11 "Streetwise"

Art Craft Truth with Russ Camarda
ACTOR-DIRECTOR-TEACHER – Rosalyn Coleman Williams

Art Craft Truth with Russ Camarda

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 24, 2021 97:26


ACTOR-DIRECTOR-TEACHER – Rosalyn Coleman Williams Russ talks with incredibly accomplished actor, director and acting coach Rosalyn Coleman Williams. Rosalyn has appeared in a number of feature films including https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vanilla_Sky (Vanilla Sky), https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brown_Sugar_(2002_film) (Brown Sugar (2002 film)) and https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Music_of_the_Heart (Music of the Heart). More recent credits include https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brooklyn%27s_Finest (Brooklyn's Finest) starring https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ethan_Hawke (Ethan Hawke) and https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Don_Cheadle (Don Cheadle), https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frankie_and_Alice (Frankie and Alice) starring https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Halle_Berry (Halle Berry), and https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/It%27s_Kind_of_a_Funny_Story_(film) (It's Kind of a Funny Story) starring https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emma_Roberts (Emma Roberts) and https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Viola_Davis (Viola Davis).. Among Rosalyn's many television credits are recurring/guest roles on Kidnapped (NBC), D.C. (WB), https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oz_(TV_series) (Oz (TV series)) (HBO), Mercy (NBC), https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nurse_Jackie (Nurse Jackie) (Showtime), New Amsterdam (Fox), and several appearances on https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Law_%26_Order:_SVU (Law & Order: SVU) and https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Law_%26_Order:_Criminal_Intent (Law & Order: Criminal Intent). Rosalyn's Broadway stage credits include https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Radio_Golf (Radio Golf), https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seven_Guitars (Seven Guitars), https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Piano_Lesson (The Piano Lesson), https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mule_Bone (Mule Bone), and https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Bitter_Tears_of_Petra_Von_Kant (The Bitter Tears of Petra Von Kant). Off-Broadway she starred in the world premieres of Whose Family Values and Carson McCullers (Historically Inaccurate) by https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sarah_Schulman (Sarah Schulman) at Playwright's Horizons/The Women's Project. Other notable New York stage credits include the critically acclaimed Breath, Boom directed by Marion McClinton at Playwright's Horizons, The Old Settler at Primary Stages, Zooman and the Sign at the Signature Theater. She is a lifetime member of the Actors Studio.  TIME STAMPS [00: Links Roz Website http://www.rosalyncoleman.com/ (http://www.rosalyncoleman.com) IMDB Roz https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0171206/ (https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0171206/) Links to Russ on YouTube and his Websites https://linktr.ee/russcamarda (https://linktr.ee/russcamarda) Russ Movies https://www.imdb.com/title/tt2137381/ (https://www.imdb.com/title/tt2137381/) https://www.imdb.com/title/tt2414886/ (https://www.imdb.com/title/tt2414886/) http://www.russcamarda.com/ (http://www.russcamarda.com) http://tagstudiony.com/ (http://tagstudiony.com) Production partners https://idunleashed.com/ (https://idunleashed.com) Support this podcast

Face2Face with David Peck
The Mimic, Sociopaths & Febreeze

Face2Face with David Peck

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 10, 2021 23:09


Thomas Sadoski, Thomas Mazziotti and Face2face host David Peck talk about The Mimic, socio-paths, loss, the old school, mental health issues, rapid fire dialogue, and why you need to keep ringing the bell.TrailerFind out more about the film here.Synopsis:Based on a true story, this clever, intriguing, and hyperbolic comedy follows the main character - the Narrator (Thomas Sadoski) who is befriended by his young new neighbor 'the Kid’ (Jake Robinson), after he joins the local newspaper team. Obsessed with the idea that the Kid may be a sociopath, the Narrator goes to extreme lengths to uncover the truth about him and his wife, a woman he ultimately begins to fancy.Between long walks down the street, a twisted dinner date, and a car drive gone terribly wrong, the Narrator gets closer and closer to the truth about the Kid. But the truth, as he finds, is anything but what he expected. "Sociopaths have been portrayed as a shady bunch up until now. Inspired by true events, this confrontational comedy explores the uncharted territory of the lighter side of a sociopath,” says Mazziotti. “I applaud Gravitas Ventures introducing audiences to an alternate character dynamic which has yet to be portrayed under comedic scrutiny on screen, yet he lives among us all.”About Thomas and Thomas:Thomas Sadoski will next star in the upcoming CBS series Tommy, which stars Edie Falco as the first female chief of police for Los Angeles. Equal parts political, procedural, and family drama, Tommy comes from Paul Attanasio, the creator of Bull and Homicide: Life on the Street. On the big screen, he was most recently featured alongside Shirley MacLaine and Amanda Seyfried in The Last Word, directed by Mark Pellington, and reprised his role as Jimmy in John Wick: Chapter Two, starring Keanu Reeves. He will next star in the independent comedy The Mimic, which also stars Jake Robinson, Gina Gershon and Jessica Walter, and will soon begin production opposite Lucy Liu in the romance drama, The Last Weekend in May, for director Matthew Lillard.A veteran of the stage, Sadoski most recently starred in the Public Theater production of the new Suzan-Lori Parks play, White Noise, directed by Oskar Eustis with Daveed Diggs. Over the course of his stage career, he has starred in and earned raves for his performances in a wide variety of Broadway and off-Broadway productions. His most recent New York stage appearance was opposite Amanda Seyfried in the off-Broadway production of Neil LaBute’s The Way We Get By. His previous collaboration with LaBute on reasons to be pretty earned Sadoski a nomination for a Tony Award in the Leading Actor Category, as well as Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle and Drama League Award nominations. Sadoski’s other Broadway credits include Other Desert Cities for which he won an Obie Award, The House of Blue Leaves with Ben Stiller and Edie Falco, and Reckless, his Broadway debut opposite Mary-Louise Parker.Off-Broadway credits include Sam Mendes’s Bridge Project productions of As You Like It and The Tempest, Becky Shaw for which he won a Lucille Lortel Award, This is Our Youth with Mark Ruffalo, the world premiere of Elizabeth Merriweather’s The Mistakes Madeline Made, Gemini, Stay, Where We’re Born, Jump/Cut, All This Intimacy, and The General From America.Sadoski’s film credits include the critically-acclaimed film I Smile Back with Sarah Silverman and Josh Charles, the award-winning John Marc Vallee film Wild with Reese Witherspoon and Laura Dern, John Wick with Keanu Reeves, Take Care with Leslie Bibb, and many others.In addition to his role as Don Keefer on HBO’s Golden Globe-nominated Aaron Sorkin series The Newsroom and the hit CBS comedy Life in Pieces, his television credits include the NBC mini-series, The Slap, a recurring role on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit and guest starring roles on and Ugly Betty, Law & Order: Criminal Intent. A graduate of Circle in the Square Theater School in New York City, Sadoski has worked extensively to help develop new theatrical works at New Dramatists, The Lark, The Eugene O’Neill Theatre Center and the Sundance Institute.In his free time, he works closely with the organizations INARA and War Child, which work to support children affected by war. Sadoski resides in Los Angeles.Thomas Mazziotti started in television production at WPIX in New York before graduating both from college and into filmmaking at the same time. He attended the International Film and Television Workshops in Maine, as well as, Laguna Beach, CA.His first effort, The Beep, a 20-minute short film about a killer answering machine received theatrical distribution in N.Y. and L.A. due to a Fast Track article in New York magazine. This attention enabled him to option a play by Neil Bell performed at Playwrights Horizons in N.Y. and bring Sidney Lumet's producer on board to oversee the project. Undertow opened theatrically in N.Y. and garnished much attention due to its controversial subject matter of a young policeman entrapping a gay congressman on videotape. It stars Peter Dobson from Last Exit to Brooklyn.Tom then turned his attention to comedy and optioned a Canadian short story by Peter Sellers. Charlie Hoboken opened theatrically in N.Y. and stars Jennifer Esposito, Amanda Peet, Austin Pendleton, and Tovah Feldshuh. It tells the story of a fast-talking insurance salesman that makes ends meet by being a part-time hit man. The Mimic is Tom's third feature and first original screenplay. Based on a recent true story that happened to him, it reunited him with Austin Pendleton after 20 years. The stylized vision and rapid-fire dialogue enabled him to attract an all-star cast with strong theatrical backgrounds making it possible to shoot fourteen pages of dialogue in one day.Image Copyright and Credit: Thomas Mazziotti and Circus Road Films.F2F Music and Image Copyright: David Peck and Face2Face. Used with permission.For more information about David Peck’s podcasting, writing and public speaking please visit his site here.With thanks to Josh Snethlage and Mixed Media Sound. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Hear Me, See Me.
Hear Me, See Me. Podcast. Actor Marc Menchaca.

Hear Me, See Me.

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 10, 2021 43:48


Hear Me, See Me. Podcast. Actor Marc Menchaca.MARC MENCHACA recently completed production on the Netflix feature film No One Gets Out Alive produced by Andy Serkis and the action thriller Gypsy Moon alongside Lena Headey and Sam Worthington.He is perhaps best known for his scene stealing turns as "Jack Hoskins" on HBO's hit series "The Outsider" and “Russ Langmore” in the Emmy award winning Netflix series “Ozark". Other television credits include the "Curb Your Enthusiasm", the "Rachel, Jack and Ashley Too" installment of "Black Mirror", “Raising Dion”, "Manifest" “The Sinner”, “Random Acts Of Flyness”, “Homeland”, “Generation Kill”, “The Son”, “MacGyver”, “Elementary”, “Blue Bloods”, “Inside Amy Schumer”, “Chicago PD”, “Sleepy Hollow”, “Togetherness”, “The Blacklist”, “Law & Order: SVU”, “Person of Interest”, “The Glades”, “Treme”, “Flash Forward”, “CSI”, “CSI:NY” and “Law & Order: Criminal Intent”. Film credits include: Alone, The Retaliators, The Evening Hour (Sundance 2020), Every Time I Die, Where Is Kyra?, Weightless, Smartass, She's Lost Control, Reservoir, and The Alamo. In 2013, Menchaca wrote, directed and starred in his first feature film This Is Where We Live which premiered at the SXSW Film Festival where it was nominated for Best Narrative Feature.We had a great chat, Marc is a great guy and I could listen to his gravelly voice all day. Please Enjoy.Haircuts4Homeless : https://www.haircuts4homeless.com/Produced by : https://svnty6production.com/Artwork by : https://www.dvsyart.com/Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/hear-me-see-me. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Stav, Abby & Matt Catch Up - hit105 Brisbane - Stav Davidson, Abby Coleman & Matty Acton
BONUS: Uncut Chat with Kathryn Erbe (Alexandra Eames on Law & Order: Criminal Intent)

Stav, Abby & Matt Catch Up - hit105 Brisbane - Stav Davidson, Abby Coleman & Matty Acton

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 8, 2021 17:36


We LOVED chatting to Kathryn Erbe from Law & Order - check out the full unedited chat here! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Cocktails at Table 7- Inside New York’s Joe Allen
Cocktails at Table 7 - with F. Murray Abraham

Cocktails at Table 7- Inside New York’s Joe Allen

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 4, 2021 40:54


F. Murray Abraham has amassed 125 film and television credits in his distinguished career and won the Academy Award for Best Actor for his role as Antonio Salieri, in Milos Forman’s film of Amadeus, written by Peter Shaffer.  He has appeared in feature films directed by The Coen Brothers, Sidney Lumet, Brian DePalma, Richard Lester, Jean-Jacques Annaud, Gus Van Sant and Wes Anderson, to name just a few.  He was twice Emmy nominated for his role as Dar Adal on Showtime's Homeland and has given memorable guest performances on dozens of television series, running the gamut from Louie to Law and Order: Criminal Intent. He is also a prolific stage performer, appearing in over a dozen Broadway shows and countless off- Broadway and regional productions. He has made his home in New York since the early 60’s, and has been a devoted Joe Allen regular for over 50 years.Cocktails at Table 7- Inside New York’s Joe Allen is produced and hosted by Jason Woodruff, Dana Mierlak and Sean Kent, with music by James Rubio and logo and artwork design by Christina D’Angelo. The Producers would like to extend a special thank you to the owners of Joe Allen, Orso and Bar Centrale Restaurants.

Hemispheric Views
003: It's Very Internet!

Hemispheric Views

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2020 64:48


Jean MacDonald, podcaster and Community Manager at Micro.blog, joins us to discuss her experience in curating posts and connecting people on the site, as well as the upcoming global photography challenge. We also uncover the oldest things that we can find at home and consider which of our myriad media services we will keep. A Special Guest 00:00:00 Jean McDonald (https://micro.blog/macgenie) Micro.blog Community Manager (https://help.micro.blog/2017/community-guidelines/) Manton Reece (https://micro.blog/manton) Micro.blog Kickstarter (https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/manton/indie-microblogging-owning-your-short-form-writing) Macworld 2004 (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Macworld/iWorld#2004) Smile Software (https://smilesoftware.com) Rogue Amoeba (https://rogueamoeba.com) Blogworld (https://www.blogworld.com) New Media Expo (https://nmxlive.com) An Event Apart (https://aneventapart.com) What does 'Tweetup' mean? (https://www.techopedia.com/definition/29045/tweetup) Micro.blog 00:10:00 What is a 'blog'? (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blog) Micro.blog Pricing (https://micro.blog/pricing) RSS? (Really Simple Syndication) (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RSS) Micro.blog 2.0 Press Release (https://news.micro.blog/2020/09/29/press-release-microblog.html) John Hayes (https://jonhays.me) Sunlit App (https://sunlit.io) February 2020 Micro.blog Photo Challenge (https://micro.welltempered.net/2020/01/31/february-photoblogging-challenge.html) August 2020 Micro.blog Photo Challenge (https://micro.welltempered.net/2020/07/23/august-photoblogging-challenge.html) Upcoming Micro.blog Photo Project - October 13-14, 2020 A Day In The Life of Our Online Community (https://micro.welltempered.net/2020/09/24/a-day-in.html) Inktober (https://inktober.com) How Rick Smolan Launched His A Day in the Life Photo Books (https://www.inc.com/daniel-wolfman-and-chris-beier/rick-smolan-photography-books-a-day-in-the-life.html) A Day In The Life Of Australia (https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/1080374.A_Day_In_The_Life_Of_Australia) A Day in the Life of the Soviet Union (https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/171150.A_Day_in_the_Life_of_the_Soviet_Union) Coober Pedy - South Australia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coober_Pedy) 1km = 0.62 miles #Hashtag The Oldest Thing In Our House 00:28:00 Jason

Ludic Loungecast
Episode 16 - Into the Twilight Zone: Anthony Plays the Hits

Ludic Loungecast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2020 72:17


This week on the Ludic Loungecast! John and Antonicus (Anthony to his friends) talk about Anthony's fun new neighbors and introduce a new brief segment called Yay Sports! They then have a talk about Superman, where John talks about his reread of Grant Morrison's Action Comics and Morrison's DC work as a whole. That leads to tangent on the Comics British Invasion and fending off Anthony's music references, and getting into an argument about superhero costumes. Anthony gives us a game update on a Super Mario moment with his wife, Octopath Traveller, Fell Seal: Arbiter's Mark and Valkyria 4, and his appreciation of Macho Man Randy Savage's rap album and Law and Order: Criminal Intent. John closes out the show with more in depth about Marvel's Avengers, now that he's completed a majority of the game.Be sure to check out the Video version of this episode on YouTube!Follow us on Twitter: The Ludic Lounge: @LudicLoungeAntonicus: @RojoLoco44John: @just_john_0891Or feel free to email us: theludiclounge@gmail.com

Later This Week w/Coco & Fran
Ep. 11 - Why Is Stand-Up Fucked Up?

Later This Week w/Coco & Fran

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2020 89:07


We talk with comics, Frank Liotti and Ariel Leaty, and learn about some of their experiences in the stand-up comedy world. Also, what they think about current controversies with Bryan Callen, Chris D'Elia, and Ellen Degeneres. Frank Liotti is an actor and stand-up comedian who has portrayed criminals and addicts on HBO's High Maintenance, Fox's Gotham, True Bloods, Law & Order SVU, and multiple episodes of Law & Order Criminal Intent. He currently co-hosts the podcast Jiffy Pop Culture. Ariel Leaty is a stand-up comedian and actress who has been featured on Vulture.com, Buzzfeed, and SiriusXM. She produced a popular monthly stand-up comedy showcase called Culture Vultures, focusing on women, POC, and LGBTQIA acts. She currently co-hosts a podcast called What's Eating You? --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/laterthisweek/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/laterthisweek/support

Your Online Coffee Break
140. ‘Young Sheldon’ mom ZOE PERRY & Everyday Miracles

Your Online Coffee Break

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2020 15:39


Interview with Young Sheldon's mom Zoe Perry! Zoe Perry is best known for portraying Mary Cooper in Young Sheldon, one of the most watched comedies on network television. Previously, Zoe had recurring roles in the television series “Scandal” and “The Family,” and guest starred in “Grey’s Anatomy,” and “Law & Order: Criminal Intent.” Zoe was... The post 140. ‘Young Sheldon’ mom ZOE PERRY & Everyday Miracles appeared first on Your Online Coffee Break podcast.

New Books Network
Catherine Adel West, "Saving Ruby King: A Novel" (Park Row Books, 2020)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2020 32:01


Two south side Chicago families are bound together by a violence-infused past. Ruby’s mother, Alice King, has been murdered. Her father, Lebanon King, is an abusive man who endured a terrible childhood. Her best friend, Layla, has always tried to protect Ruby from Lebanon even though her own father and Ruby’s father have been close friends since childhood. And their mothers were friends before them. In this moving debut novel, Saving Ruby King (Park Row Books), Catherine Adel West gives each character a voice, but the voice that binds all of their lives together is that of the Calvary Hope Christian Church, objective witness to the complex ties between Ruby’s grandmother and her two friends, between Ruby’s father and Layla’s father, and between Ruby and Layla. In precise, lyrical writing, West delves into each of their secrets while exploring intergenerational trauma, racial injustice in Chicago, and the power of friendship. Catherine Adel West was born and raised in Chicago, IL where she currently resides. She graduated with both her Bachelors and Masters of Science in Journalism from the University of Illinois - Urbana. Her work is published in Black Fox Literary Magazine, Five2One, Better than Starbucks, Doors Ajar, 805 Lit + Art, The Helix Magazine, Lunch Ticket and Gay Magazine. In between writing and traveling, Catherine works as an editor and is currently obsessed with watching old episodes of Law and Order: Criminal Intent, especially the ones with Vincent D’Onofrio. If you enjoyed today’s podcast and would like to discuss it further with me and other New Books network listeners, please join us on Shuffle. Shuffle is an ad-free, invite-only network focused on the creativity community. As NBN listeners, you can get special access to conversations with a dynamic community of writers and literary enthusiasts. Sign up by going to www.shuffle.do/NBN/join G.P. Gottlieb is the author of the Whipped and Sipped Mystery Series and a prolific baker of healthful breads and pastries. Please contact her through her website (GPGottlieb.com) if you wish to recommend an author (of a beautifully-written new novel) to interview, to listen to her previous podcast interviews, to read her mystery book reviews, or to check out some of her awesome recipes. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

New Books in Literature
Catherine Adel West, "Saving Ruby King: A Novel" (Park Row Books, 2020)

New Books in Literature

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2020 31:28


Two south side Chicago families are bound together by a violence-infused past. Ruby’s mother, Alice King, has been murdered. Her father, Lebanon King, is an abusive man who endured a terrible childhood. Her best friend, Layla, has always tried to protect Ruby from Lebanon even though her own father and Ruby’s father have been close friends since childhood. And their mothers were friends before them. In this moving debut novel, Saving Ruby King (Park Row Books), Catherine Adel West gives each character a voice, but the voice that binds all of their lives together is that of the Calvary Hope Christian Church, objective witness to the complex ties between Ruby’s grandmother and her two friends, between Ruby’s father and Layla’s father, and between Ruby and Layla. In precise, lyrical writing, West delves into each of their secrets while exploring intergenerational trauma, racial injustice in Chicago, and the power of friendship. Catherine Adel West was born and raised in Chicago, IL where she currently resides. She graduated with both her Bachelors and Masters of Science in Journalism from the University of Illinois - Urbana. Her work is published in Black Fox Literary Magazine, Five2One, Better than Starbucks, Doors Ajar, 805 Lit + Art, The Helix Magazine, Lunch Ticket and Gay Magazine. In between writing and traveling, Catherine works as an editor and is currently obsessed with watching old episodes of Law and Order: Criminal Intent, especially the ones with Vincent D’Onofrio. If you enjoyed today’s podcast and would like to discuss it further with me and other New Books network listeners, please join us on Shuffle. Shuffle is an ad-free, invite-only network focused on the creativity community. As NBN listeners, you can get special access to conversations with a dynamic community of writers and literary enthusiasts. Sign up by going to www.shuffle.do/NBN/join G.P. Gottlieb is the author of the Whipped and Sipped Mystery Series and a prolific baker of healthful breads and pastries. Please contact her through her website (GPGottlieb.com) if you wish to recommend an author (of a beautifully-written new novel) to interview, to listen to her previous podcast interviews, to read her mystery book reviews, or to check out some of her awesome recipes. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

New Books in African American Studies
Catherine Adel West, "Saving Ruby King: A Novel" (Park Row Books, 2020)

New Books in African American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2020 31:28


Two south side Chicago families are bound together by a violence-infused past. Ruby's mother, Alice King, has been murdered. Her father, Lebanon King, is an abusive man who endured a terrible childhood. Her best friend, Layla, has always tried to protect Ruby from Lebanon even though her own father and Ruby's father have been close friends since childhood. And their mothers were friends before them. In this moving debut novel, Saving Ruby King (Park Row Books), Catherine Adel West gives each character a voice, but the voice that binds all of their lives together is that of the Calvary Hope Christian Church, objective witness to the complex ties between Ruby's grandmother and her two friends, between Ruby's father and Layla's father, and between Ruby and Layla. In precise, lyrical writing, West delves into each of their secrets while exploring intergenerational trauma, racial injustice in Chicago, and the power of friendship. Catherine Adel West was born and raised in Chicago, IL where she currently resides. She graduated with both her Bachelors and Masters of Science in Journalism from the University of Illinois - Urbana. Her work is published in Black Fox Literary Magazine, Five2One, Better than Starbucks, Doors Ajar, 805 Lit + Art, The Helix Magazine, Lunch Ticket and Gay Magazine. In between writing and traveling, Catherine works as an editor and is currently obsessed with watching old episodes of Law and Order: Criminal Intent, especially the ones with Vincent D'Onofrio. If you enjoyed today's podcast and would like to discuss it further with me and other New Books network listeners, please join us on Shuffle. Shuffle is an ad-free, invite-only network focused on the creativity community. As NBN listeners, you can get special access to conversations with a dynamic community of writers and literary enthusiasts. Sign up by going to www.shuffle.do/NBN/join G.P. Gottlieb is the author of the Whipped and Sipped Mystery Series and a prolific baker of healthful breads and pastries. Please contact her through her website (GPGottlieb.com) if you wish to recommend an author (of a beautifully-written new novel) to interview, to listen to her previous podcast interviews, to read her mystery book reviews, or to check out some of her awesome recipes. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/african-american-studies

Chillpak Hollywood
Chillpak Hollywood Hour – Season 2, Episode 37

Chillpak Hollywood

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2020 54:13


Original Air Date: Monday 17 August, 9 pm EasternDescription:Because he's been driving all over California, Phil tackles the insane, apocalyptic weather racking the Golden State, and Dean updates on the building of his steam room and his graphic novel (both of which are long-awaited) on this week's installment of YOUR Chillpak Hollywood Hour. The madness of America is addressed through the oddly appropriate lens of Martin Scorsese’s The Last Temptation of Christ and speaking of Scorsese, his mentor, John Cassavetes is very much a subject of discussion, from his directing of the under-seen classic The Killing of a Chinese Bookie to his acting in such crowd-pleasers as the 1964 version of The Killers and The Dirty Dozen. And one of the “Dozen”, the great music star-turned-actor Trini Lopez gets remembered in “Celebrity Deaths”. Robert Altman’s penultimate film, The Company, receives some fascinating analysis. And speaking of fascinating analysis, somehow a discussion of TV’s “Columbo” and “Law and Order: Criminal Intent” allow Dean and Phil to figure out once and for all why the Back to the Future sequels are so bad! At the close, your friends in podcasting preview next week’s show when they will be discussing the series nominated for the Emmy in the “Best Comedy” category and the dire circumstances threatening SAG-Aftra in the wake of the union’s health plan implosion.

The E-Spot With Camille
Renoly Santiago on The E-Spot with Camille

The E-Spot With Camille

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2020 70:51


Renoly Santiago, was born in Lajas, Puerto Rico and he spent his childhood in Union City, New Jersey. Before establishing himself as an accomplished entertainer, Renoly started singing, acting, dancing and writing early on, following his calling while very young; earning a dance scholarship to the Ballet Hispanico and a place at The Professional Children's School in New York. At age 17, he became a lead character and writer on the Emmy-nominated television series 'City Kids'. Renoly made his film debut co-starring in the blockbuster hit 'Dangerous Minds' alongside Michelle Pfeiffer. He plays other major roles in Hollywood films, his credits including 'Hackers' with Angelina Jolie, 'Daylight' with Sylvester Stallone and 'Con Air' with Nicolas Cage and John Malkovich. He also appears in indie films such as 'Punks', 'The Street King' (aka 'King Rikki'), 'Just Another Romantic Wrestling Comedy' and 'Lavoe: The Untold Story', as Latin music legend Johnny Pacheco. Among his episodic television appearances are guest leads in 'Law & Order: Criminal Intent', 'Touched by an Angel', 'Big Apple' and the one-hour television special, 'Stand-up'. Renoly has appeared in many off-Broadway productions under such notable directors as Liz Swados in Lincoln Centre and later, in workshops with Graciella Danielle in 'Blood Wedding' and Gabriel Barre in the Kander & Ebb musical 'Skin of Our Teeth' with Audra MacDonald and Sara Ramirez. Renoly was nominated for a Drama Desk Award by the press as Outstanding Featured Performer in a Musical in his Broadway debut as leader of the Vampires gang, Tony Hernandez, in Paul Simon's Latin rock-opera 'The Capeman'. He starred alongside Marc Anthony, Ednita Nazario and Ruben Blades. His later writing credits include the book to the musical 'Bring in the Morning... A Wake-Up Call' at the Apollo Theater in Harlem, New York, starring Lauryn Hill. As a singer, Renoly can be heard as back-up for recording artist India on her album 'Latin Songbird', in duets with Danny Rivera and Marc Anthony amongst others, having performed with many Artists of international renown. He is using his talents in 2011 on community Arts projects in New York; new acting, writing and production ventures across some exciting genres at home and abroad; writing new songs in English and Spanish and recording music in the studio for his debut album." - IMDb Mini Biography By: Joanne Lewis #theespotwithcamille #camillekauer #renolysantiago #hackers #conair #thegetdown #dangerousminds #thecapeman Watch full episode here: https://facebook.com/therealCamilleKauer/videos/615269142751061/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BDCq00c8JNI Follow Renoly Santiago at: T-Shirts: https://www.redbubble.com/people/renolynyc/shop https://www.facebook.com/Renoly-Santiago https://www.instagram.com/renolysantiago/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/camillekauer/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/camillekauer/support

Misfit Pandemia
Immerse Yourself | Deborah Twiss - Actress, Film Director, Screenwriter, Producer

Misfit Pandemia

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2020 88:31


Deborah Twiss | Actress, Film Director, Screenwriter, ProducerTwiss was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and moved to New York City to study acting at age 17. Soon after, she became involved in writing and producing independent films. Her first feature, A Gun for Jennifer, was screened at 27 international film festivals and has become a European cult film.[citation needed] This led to her being cast in a series of lead and supporting roles in several independent films including Molotov Samba.Twiss later appeared in TV shows including Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Law & Order: Criminal Intent, White Collar, and Gravity as well as feature films such as In-Between. She has two children, Matthew and Sydney McCann, who played characters based on them in her film A Cry From Within, inspired by experiences they had as a family.[3]In the film Kick-Ass, she portrayed the mock superhero's teacher-crush, Mrs. Zane. Post Kick-Ass, Twiss appeared in the Michael Chiklis-produced Pawn and in A.D. Calvo's The Midnight Game, and appeared opposite Eric Roberts in A Cry From Within, which wrapped principal photography in spring 2014. She has also appeared in The Networker opposite Sean Young and William Forsythe.[4]Tapping her independent film experience, Twiss is developing several projects in which she will play lead roles including Just In Time, Parallel Veins, the horror comedy film Bloody Ultimatum, and a revenge horror film Contract With A Demon. She wrote and co-directed 2014 the Horror mystery thriller film A Cry from Within, which was co-directed with Zach Miller.

K-POD
Diana Son | K-Pod | Ep. 16

K-POD

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2020 34:41


Diana Son is a television writer and producer whose credits include The West Wing, Law & Order: Criminal Intent, Southland, Dirty John, Blue Bloods and Thirteen Reasons Why, where she served as showrunner. She first came to fame as a young playwright in 1998 with the acclaimed play Stop Kiss, which premiered at the Public Theatre and starred an unknown Sandra Oh. In a Zoom interview, Catherine and Juliana learn about Diana’s recent bout with Covid-19, her experience being the only Asian or Asian woman in countless writing rooms and her most recent project, an adaptation of the novel If I Had Your Face by Frances Cha into a series for Apple. Follow Diana Son on Twitter @dianason Follow K-Pod on Instagram @kpodpod Hosts: Juliana Sohn @juliana_sohn and Catherine Hong @catherinehong100 Editor: AJ Valente Producer: Jessica Park Executive Producer: HJ Lee

Radio Elevate
Law and Order: Criminal Intent

Radio Elevate

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2020 45:53


This Episode was supposed to drop on Father's Day, but better late than never.  Join Cody this week as we continue on in the Sermon on the Mount and are in Matthew 5:21 as we discuss, Murder.

Rock N Roll Pantheon
Deeper Digs: The Incoherents

Rock N Roll Pantheon

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2020 98:55


It’s back to the movies for the Rock N Roll Archaeologist! But for the first time the film in question is a fictional narrative dramedy called, The Incoherents and it is directed by Jared Barel and stars Alex Emanuel, who also wrote most of the music. Jared and Alex break down the film and we try our best not to spoil too much, but do consider this a warning!! Maybe watch the film and then listen to the interview?Bruce Flansburgh is a bored, 40-something New York paralegal who hasn’t let go of his dream of rock stardom. While slogging through an increasingly unbearable day to day existence, it dawns on him that the reunions of The Pixies, Soundgarden and other alternative/indie rock bands from the 90’s could inspire his former group, THE INCOHERENTS, to reform. The group Jeff Auer as Bruce the vocalist, Alex Emanuel as Jimmy the Guitarist, Casey Clark as drummer Tyler and Walter Hoffman as bassist Kieth, each mired in some sort of midlife malaise, reunite their 90's indie rock band for one last shot at stardom. Starring Jeff Auer, Alex Emanuel, Walter Hoffman, Casey Clark, Amy Carlson, Annette O’Toole, Kate Arrington, Robert McKay, Margaret Anne Florence, Christine Chang. Directed by Jared Barel.Jared Barel is a filmmaker, illustrator, designer, and graphic novelist. He is the owner and founder, along with his brother, Jordan Barel, of Loaded Barrel Studios, an award winning publisher of comics and graphic novels and the production studio behind Jared's film work. Jared is an accomplished director, screenwriter, cinematographer, editor, animator, and producer. He has worked on a plethora of major label and independent music videos, features, short films, trailers, documentaries, and industrials.Alex Emanuel is a professional theatre, film and tv actor, producer, filmmaker and director, as well as a former touring/recording rock musician, writer and visual artist. He was born in the Little Italy area of NYC to artist parents and alternated time growing up between there and Western MA. Alex earned a degree at Skidmore College in Fine Art and trained as an actor in NY and in Chicago. He's a member of SAG-AFTRA and AEA, and has worked regionally, on all three coasts, in the UK and in Eastern Europe.Alex's feature film work include roles in The Incoherents, Inside the Rain, When Everything's Gone, The Luring, Stealing Chanel, Orgami, Black Wake, Keep the Change, 39 and 1/2, Juvie, Uncaged, Blowtorch, Trooper, Buster, Together, 2 Wks 1 Yr, Brother 2 among other films.His TV credits include roles on Succession, Public Morals, Bronx SIU, 50 Central, Blue Bloods, House of Cards, Rescue Me, Law & Order, Law & Order: Criminal Intent, Hack, Sex and the City, As the World Turns, All My Children, The Other F Word and The Whitest Kids You Know among other shows.Alex has acted in more than his share of short films as well, many of which have garnered awards at festivals, and also appeared in many music videos and commercials.https://www.amazon.com/gp/video/detail/amzn1.dv.gti.10b87ed7-0270-ff78-36e5-08ab06f280ee?ref_=imdbref_tt_wbr_pvt_aiv&tag=imdbtag_tt_wbr_pvt_aiv-20 http://www.jaredbarel.com/https://alexemanuel.com/

Deeper Digs in Rock
The Incoherents

Deeper Digs in Rock

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2020 98:55


It’s back to the movies for the Rock N Roll Archaeologist! But for the first time the film in question is a fictional narrative dramedy called, The Incoherents and it is directed by Jared Barel and stars Alex Emanuel, who also wrote most of the music. Jared and Alex break down the film and we try our best not to spoil too much, but do consider this a warning!! Maybe watch the film and then listen to the interview?Bruce Flansburgh is a bored, 40-something New York paralegal who hasn’t let go of his dream of rock stardom. While slogging through an increasingly unbearable day to day existence, it dawns on him that the reunions of The Pixies, Soundgarden and other alternative/indie rock bands from the 90’s could inspire his former group, THE INCOHERENTS, to reform. The group Jeff Auer as Bruce the vocalist, Alex Emanuel as Jimmy the Guitarist, Casey Clark as drummer Tyler and Walter Hoffman as bassist Kieth, each mired in some sort of midlife malaise, reunite their 90's indie rock band for one last shot at stardom. Starring Jeff Auer, Alex Emanuel, Walter Hoffman, Casey Clark, Amy Carlson, Annette O’Toole, Kate Arrington, Robert McKay, Margaret Anne Florence, Christine Chang. Directed by Jared Barel.Jared Barel is a filmmaker, illustrator, designer, and graphic novelist. He is the owner and founder, along with his brother, Jordan Barel, of Loaded Barrel Studios, an award winning publisher of comics and graphic novels and the production studio behind Jared's film work. Jared is an accomplished director, screenwriter, cinematographer, editor, animator, and producer. He has worked on a plethora of major label and independent music videos, features, short films, trailers, documentaries, and industrials. Alex Emanuel is a professional theatre, film and tv actor, producer, filmmaker and director, as well as a former touring/recording rock musician, writer and visual artist. He was born in the Little Italy area of NYC to artist parents and alternated time growing up between there and Western MA. Alex earned a degree at Skidmore College in Fine Art and trained as an actor in NY and in Chicago. He's a member of SAG-AFTRA and AEA, and has worked regionally, on all three coasts, in the UK and in Eastern Europe.Alex's feature film work include roles in The Incoherents, Inside the Rain, When Everything's Gone, The Luring, Stealing Chanel, Orgami, Black Wake, Keep the Change, 39 and 1/2, Juvie, Uncaged, Blowtorch, Trooper, Buster, Together, 2 Wks 1 Yr, Brother 2 among other films.His TV credits include roles on Succession, Public Morals, Bronx SIU, 50 Central, Blue Bloods, House of Cards, Rescue Me, Law & Order, Law & Order: Criminal Intent, Hack, Sex and the City, As the World Turns, All My Children, The Other F Word and The Whitest Kids You Know among other shows.Alex has acted in more than his share of short films as well, many of which have garnered awards at festivals, and also appeared in many music videos and commercials.https://www.amazon.com/gp/video/detail/amzn1.dv.gti.10b87ed7-0270-ff78-36e5-08ab06f280ee?ref_=imdbref_tt_wbr_pvt_aiv&tag=imdbtag_tt_wbr_pvt_aiv-20 http://www.jaredbarel.com/https://alexemanuel.com/

Hunkered Down
Kathryn Erbe

Hunkered Down

Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2020 47:18


For eleven successful seasons -- Kathryn Erbe played Detective Alexandra Eames to Vincent D’Onofrio’s Det. Robert Goren on Law and Order: Criminal Intent. Prior to Criminal Intent – Ms. Erbbe appeared as a death row inmate on the award-winning TV series OZ. This talented actor has worked steadily in television, film, and theatre since she graduated from NYU in 1989 and most recently appeared in Sam Levinson’s teen slasher film – “Assassination Nation.”For this episode, Ms. Erbe talks about her early work in television with Lynn Redgrave on “Chicken Soup,” her experiences of working on “Criminal Intent,” and her work in theatre. At the end of conversation, Ms Erbe reads from Arthur Miller’s “The American Clock” -- a “radio show” being produced by the Steppenwolf Theatre.CONTACT: Alan Winson -- upperwestsideradio@gmail.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Half Hour
Ep3 – Kathryn Erbe: “Pretending to Be Badass”

Half Hour

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2020 36:46


In Episode Three of Half Hour, Caroline Neff interviews Kathryn Erbe. In the conversation, Erbe shares stories about the first time she saw a Steppenwolf show, her eleven years starring on Law and Order: Criminal Intent, and the challenges of balancing a busy acting career with a family life. Interview begins at 4:51. Kathryn Erbe first worked with Steppenwolf on the Broadway production of The Grapes of Wrath (1990 Tony Award for Best Play). She was nominated for a Tony for The Speed of Darkness. Kathryn also appeared in The Father on Broadway. Off Broadway credits include Yosemite, Ode To Joy, AZAK (Rattlestick); Checkers (The Vineyard); Nikolai and the Others (Mitzi Newhouse LTC); Something Clean (Roundabout Underground) and Down the Shore (Atlantic Theater Company). She is well-known to television audiences for her work on Oz, Homicide, Law & Order: Criminal Intent, Law & Order SVU, The Runaway, George Wallace, Breathing Lessons, Sherman Oaks, POSE, The Sinner, City On A Hill, Billions, The Good Fight and How to Get Away With Murder. Film credits include 3 Backyards, Mistress America, Dating My Mother, Assassination Nation, Alex Strangelove, No Alternative, The Good House, Red Pill, Being Dead, Speaking of Sex; Stir of Echoes; Dream with the Fishes; Naked City; Entropy; What About Bob?; D2: The Mighty Ducks; Kiss of Death; The Addiction; and Rich in Love. Upcoming: The Good House.Half Hour is immediately available on our website and on all of your favorite podcast platforms. New Episodes are released every other Tuesday. Learn more at steppenwolf.orgFor a transcript of this podcast, please visit: https://www.steppenwolf.org/globalassets/half-hour-podcast/half-hour-ep3-transcript.pdf

Brave New World
Zuzanna Szadkowski

Brave New World

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2020 7:19


Zuzanna Szadkowski is an actor known for her role as Dorota Kishlovsky on the CW teen drama series Gossip Girl. Szadkowski also appeared on The Sopranos, Law & Order: Criminal Intent, Girls and Guiding Light. She made her New York Stage debut in Nora Ephron and Delia Ephron's Love, Loss, and What I Wore in which she appeared in a record-breaking five all-star casts. Zuzanna talks about how she is adjusting her busy schedule due to the quarantine and her hops for how we come out of it.

Crazy Train Radio
Crazy Train Radio Interview with Actor Zach Galligan

Crazy Train Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2020 56:04


Whether you know him as Billy Peltzer (Gremlins 1 & 2), Sheriff Fowler (Hatchet 3) or some of his appearances on Law & Order: Criminal Intent, 7th Heaven or Star Trek: Voyager, Zach Galligan is an actor that is a graduate of Columbia University and he was nice enough to bring some class to Crazy Train Radio. Zach also told us about his role in “The Chair” and touches on everything that his fans usually want to ask & then more.

Josh Swallows Broadway
Ep24 - Beth Leavel, it's roaches! Welcome to New York!

Josh Swallows Broadway

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 7, 2020 46:41


Beth Leavel is a Tony Award-winning actress and singer who was most recently seen on stage with Josh in The Prom. A native of Raleigh, North Carolina, Leavel studied social work at local Meredith College before earning a graduate degree in theater at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro (M.F.A., 1980). She made her Broadway debut when she joined the cast of the 1981 Tony winner for best musical, 42nd Street, as a replacement in 1985. Her subsequent Broadway shows included Crazy for You, Show Boat, and The Civil War, all in the '90s. In the 2000s, she appeared in a revival of 42nd Street before winning a Tony Award in 2006 for her performance in the title role of The Drowsy Chaperone. She followed it with parts in Broadway's Young Frankenstein and Mamma Mia! In the meantime, Leavel earned guest spots on TV series like Law & Order: Criminal Intent and ER, appearing in that show's series finale in 2009. Back on-stage, she earned roles in 2010's Elf: The Broadway Musical and the jukebox musical Baby It's You! before landing a small part in the 2014 feature film This Is Where I Leave You. Originating the role of June Adams, Leavel returned to Broadway in 2017 with the musical Bandstand. Support me via Patreon! Twitter: @JoshLamon Instagram: @Josh.Lamon Produced by Alan Seales and Dori Berinstein. A proud member of the Broadway Podcast Network.

SAG-AFTRA Foundation Conversations
Conversations with Amy Ryan (2020)

SAG-AFTRA Foundation Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 24, 2020 92:32


A Career Retrospective Conversation with Amy Ryan, currently starring in Lost Girls, on March 5, 2020. Moderated by Mara Webster. Amy Ryan is an Academy Award nominated actress, well-known for her work on the big and small screen, as well as her Tony-nominated work on stage. Ryan will next be seen in the Netflix Independent film, LOST GIRLS, which premiered at Sundance in January 2020 to critical acclaim. The Liz Garbus-directed film recounts a true story of the “Craigslist Killer,” who used the waterfront roadside on Long Island's South Shore as the dumping ground for his victims. Amy Ryan stars as ‘Mari Gilbert’ who tries to uncover what happened to her daughter following her sudden disappearance. LOST GIRLS will officially premiere on March 13, 2020. Amy Ryan also starred in a second film premiere at Sundance this year; WORTH, starring opposite Michael Keaton and Stanley Tucci. Keaton and Ryan play famed attorneys Ken Feinberg and Camille Biros who oversaw the 9/11 Victims Compensation Fund. Additional past film credits include the critically-acclaimed Amazon film, BEAUTIFUL BOY, opposite Steve Carrell, Timothée Chalamet and Maura Tierney and directed by Felix van Groeningen. She was also seen in Alejandro González Iñárritu’s Oscar®-winning BIRDMAN, for which she received the 2015 SAG Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in A Motion Picture, STRANGE BUT TRUE, CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE, LOUDER THAN BOMBS, Steven Spielberg's BRIDGE OF SPIES, GOOSEBUMPS, DON VERDEAN, and ABUNDANT ACREAGE AVAILABLE. Ryan is perhaps best known on the big screen for her performance in Ben Affleck’s GONE BABY GONE, for which she was recognized with Academy Award, Golden Globe and SAG Award nominations for Best Supporting Actress. She also won numerous Best Supporting Actress awards for this role, including those from the National Board of Review, the Broadcast Film Critics Association, the New York Film Critics Circle and the L.A. Film Critics. Her other film credits include LATE NIGHT opposite Mindy Kaling, Emma Thompson and Reid Scott, BREATHE IN with Guy Pearce and Felicity Jones, CLEAR HISTORY directed by Greg Mottola and co-starring with Larry David, DEVIL’S KNOT directed by Atom Egoyan and co-starring with Colin Firth, Tom McCarthy's WIN WIN, MOSTER TRUCKS, THE INFILTRATOR, ESCAPE PLAN, BOB FUNK, THE MISSING PERSON, GREEN ZONE, JACK GOES BOATING, CHANGELING, BEFORE THE DEVIL KNOWS YOU’RE DEAD, CAPOTE, DAN IN REAL LIFE, WAR OF THE WORLDS, KEANE, and YOU CAN COUNT ON ME. Amy is also widely acclaimed for her work on the small screen, including her memorable portrayals as Holly Flax on THE OFFICE, Adele on IN TREATMENT and Officer Beatrice ‘Beadie’ Russell on THE WIRE. Additional television credits for Ryan include HIGH MAITENANCE, ROBOT CHICKEN, BROAD CITY, CLEAR HISTORY, MILDRED PIERCE, KIDNAPPED, LAW & ORDER: CRIMINAL INTENT, M.O.N.Y., AMERICAN EXPERIENCE, LAW & ORDER, THIRD WATCH, HACK, BASEBALL WIVES, 100 CENTRE STREET, LAW & ORDER: SPECIAL VICTIMS UNIT, HOMICIDE: LIFE ON THE STREET, THE NAKED TRUTH, ER, and I’LL FLY AWAY. On stage, Amy Ryan had her Broadway debut in Wendy Wasserstein’s The Sisters Rosensweig. She received a Tony Award nomination for Best Featured Actress in a Play for her work in the 2000 production of Uncle Vanya, and she received her second Tony nod for her portrayal of ‘Stella’ in A Streetcar Named Desire. Ryan has also appeared in London’s West End during Neil LaBute’s The Distance From Here and Lisa D’Amour’s critically-acclaimed play Detroit, directed by Anne Kauffman at Playwrights Horizons.

Stuck Inside with Gwenda Bond
Day Four: A Special Guest, Elizabeth George Novels and L&O:CI, and the Influence of Your Own Experience

Stuck Inside with Gwenda Bond

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 19, 2020 12:41


A new daily podcast offering adventures in pandemic living with me, an author you know or don't. Today I'm talking with the very smart science fiction author Christopher Rowe, who is in fact stuck inside with me, about finding hope in bleak circumstances and those folders Vincent D'Onofrio has on Law and Order: Criminal Intent, among other things. You should pick up his collection Telling the Map (Small Beer Press) from whatever indie bookstore is near and dear to you and taking phone or online orders at the moment. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/gwenda-bond1/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/gwenda-bond1/support

Nerd GOAT Podcast
Episode 125 - Silicon Valley's Henry Phillips GOATS Bobby Goren from Law & Order: Criminal Intent

Nerd GOAT Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2019 79:20


Ed and Ron talk to José Suicidio himself Henry Phillips about his Nerd GOAT: Bobby Goren from Criminal Intent! The primetime procedural character that broke the mold. Henry is a prolific comedian and actor with a bevy of great projects out in the world. Check him out in the final season of SILICON VALLEY, binge his amazing satirical cooking show HENRY'S KITCHEN (and support the Patreon!), and DO NOT MISS his musical stylings as JOSÉ SUICIDIO. All of his work can be found on his website www.henryphillips.com. Follow @Henlips on Twitter and Instagram! — WATCH REBOOT IT ON YOUTUBE! Wednesdays, bi-weekly, through December and January. Coming next week: INDIANA JONES REBOOTED! — QUOTES: “We all know that a road comic’s best friend is Law & Order.” “I’m gonna try to say this as delicately as possible so that I don’t get my ass kicked by policemen.” “When he went undercover inside a f**kin’ mental hospital, he didn’t tell anybody.” “All of a sudden she’s got super-aggressive brain cancer that she got from a Singapore dick slug!” “Also, here’s all of the heroin. In pill form! In pill form.” “Somebody’s child might or might not have taken something of mine, and I did a little bit of detective work and pretty much came up conclusive. Didn’t go to the extent of putting a camera up.” “You didn’t tell them they had AIDS?” “Yeah exactly. I didn’t go hardcore with it.” — SUBSCRIBE TO OUR PATREON! Amazing exclusive content and original art! SIGN UP FOR TOOTHBRUSHME.COM! Clean mouth. Clean planet. Dirt cheap. A lifetime-guaranteed handle and biodegradable toothbrush heads delivered direct to your door, for the same price you'd pay at a grocery store! JOIN OUR REVIEW CONTEST! We're trying to hit 173 reviews on Apple Podcasts! Our favorite(s) get access to select Patreon content! See Ed every Monday and Tuesday on the Screen Junkies Universe livestream! Catch Ron on Jack of All Nerds! Subscribe, rate and review Nerd GOAT on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify, or your favorite podcast app.

The Cinema Psychos Show
Tom Atkins of Halloween 3 and Night of The Creeps - Interview - Episode 154

The Cinema Psychos Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2019 58:14


This week, our own Johnny Hollywood has an exclusive interview with one of the best character actors out there.  Pittsburgh's own cinematic legend, Tom Atkins.  Tom is best known for his roles in Halloween 3: Season of the Witch and Night of The Creeps.  Aside from those cult classics, Tom has over 83 acting credits to his name including playing the iconic Art Rooney Sr. in the theatrical production of "The Chief" as well as numerous television roles in everything from Xena: Warrior Princess, OZ, and Law and Order: Criminal Intent.  Tom breaks down his career with captivating behind the scenes stories as well as offering advice to those who want to follow in his footsteps as an actor.  Use the coupon code "psychosnation" and save 25% on our TeePublic Store!  Sign up for PSYCHOS NATION: Our Monthly Newsletter Got a movie you want us to review or feedback on the show? Contact us cinemapsychosshow@gmail.com

Two Boys in a Balcony
What About Bob

Two Boys in a Balcony

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2019 61:38


Today on a somber episode of Two Boys in a Balcony, the boys are taking a look at the harrowing expose on mental illness from the early 90s, What about Bob? A very serious study of the decline of the modern man, this... just kidding this thing is silly as shit and we're here for it! Can a movie starring two of Hollywood's most reliable leading men who absolutely hate each other on sight succeed? We think so. It's a fun one and most importantly, it's a good one. What About Bob stars Bill Murray, Richard Dreyfuss, Julie Hagerty, the lady from Law and Order Criminal Intent, the kid from Hook, a goldfish in a mason jar, and my man, Reg E Cathay. It's What About Bob on Two Boys in a Balcony!

Little Known Facts with Ilana Levine
Episode 160 - Michael Kelly

Little Known Facts with Ilana Levine

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2019 61:48


With an expansive list of film and television credits spanning for more than 20 years, Michael Kelly is known best for his four-time Emmy-Nominated role as “Doug Stamper” in the critically acclaimed Netflix original series HOUSE OF CARDS, for which he starred in for all six seasons. Kelly can next be seen in season 2 of Carlton Cuse’s Amazon Prime Original Series JACK RYAN alongside John Krasinski and Wendell Pierce. Recently, Kelly produced and starred in John Hyams’ ALL SQUARE, supported by Jesse Ray Sheps, Josh Lucas, and Pamela Adlon. He also starred in THE SECRET IN THEIR EYES opposite Julia Roberts, Nicole Kidman, and Chiwetel Ejiofor and in EVEREST opposite Josh Brolin, Jake Gyllenhaal, and Robin Wright. Additionally, he played “Lt. Col. Gary Volesky” in National Geographic’s miniseries THE LONG ROAD HOME and “Dumbarton” in BBC’s limited series TABOO opposite Tom Hardy. In 2008, Kelly starred as “Detective Lester Ybarra” opposite Angelina Jolie and John Malkovich in Clint Eastwood’s CHANGELING, which premiered at the Cannes Film Festival and was distributed by Universal Pictures and Imagine Entertainment. For his performance, Kelly received a coveted spot as one of “Daily Variety’s 10 Actors to Watch.”  That same year, Kelly starred in the HBO miniseries GENERATION KILL, which chronicled one Marine’s journey in the American-led assault on Baghdad in 2003.  Kelly’s other feature film credits include Louis Leterrier’s NOW YOU SEE MEopposite Mark Ruffalo and Jesse Eisenberg, Zack Snyder’s MAN OF STEEL, the hit film CHRONICLE, George Nolfi’s THE ADJUSTMENT BUREAU, Doug Liman’s FAIR GAME opposite Sean Penn and Naomi Watts, F. Gary Gray’s LAW ABIDING CITIZEN alongside Gerard Butler and Jamie Foxx, DID YOU HEAR ABOUT THE MORGANS? with Hugh Grant and Sarah Jessica Parker, DEFENDOR with Woody Harrelson, INVINCIBLE opposite Mark Wahlberg, the Universal blockbuster DAWN OF THE DEADdirected by Zach Snyder, TENDERNESS starring Russell Crowe, THE NARROWS directed by Francois Velle, BROKEN ENGLISH  written and directed by Zoe Cassavetes, nominated for the Grand Jury Prize at the 2007 Sundance Film Festival, and LOGGERHEADS nominated for the Grand Jury Prize at the 2005 Sundance Film Festival. Kelly also appeared in M. Night Shyamalan’s UNBREAKABLE, Milos Forman’s MAN ON THE MOON and RIVER RED (Sundance Film Festival). On television, Kelly has had recurring roles on the hit shows THE GOOD WIFE and PERSON OF INTEREST. He played the series regular role of “Jonathan ‘Prophet’ Simms” in CRIMINAL MINDS: SUSPECT BEHAVIOR, “Terrence Brooks” on LAW & ORDER: CRIMINAL INTENT and “John Mosley” on FRINGE. Kelly also had the recurring role of “FBI Agent Ron Goddard” on THE SOPRANOS and was a series regular on the USA network television series KOJAK with Ving Rhames and Chazz Palminteri and the UPN action drama LEVEL 9.  He has also guest starred on numerous hit television shows, including BLACK MIRROR, LAW & ORDER: SPECIAL VICTIMS UNIT, LAW & ORDER: C.S.I. MIAMI, THE SHIELD, JUDGING AMY, THE JURY and THIRD WATCH. A lifetime member of The Actor’s Studio, Kelly has performed in such plays as Arthur Penn’s production of Major Crimes, Theatre Studio’s Miss Julie as well as in a production of In Search of Strindberg staged in Stockholm, Sweden.

It's A Hustle
Frank Liotti - Episode 87

It's A Hustle

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2019 17:48


Frank Liotti has been seen playing criminals on multiple episodes of Law and Order: Criminal Intent, Law and Order: Special Victims Unit, Fox TV's Jonny Zero, Canturbury's Law with Julianna Margulies, and others. A graduate of Yale School of Drama, he landed the cover of The New York Times Arts & Leisure section for the production of "Cats Talk Back", a mocumentary of life as a cast member within the Broadway hit "Cats", which won "Best Overall Production" in NYC Fringe Festival, 2003. Frank performs in New York City (Gotham Comedy Club, Broadway Comedy Club, Comix) and across America. He recently came in first place in the New York division of the prestigious Laughing Skull Comedy Festival, and went on to compete in the finals in Atlanta.

The Actors Lounge
Brandon Victor Dixon- Talks His First Perfessional Acting Job As Simba In "The Lion King" & Navigating That Experience

The Actors Lounge

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2019 21:26


Brandon Victor Dixon most recently starred as Collins in “RENT: Live” on FOX and as Judas Iscariot in NBC's "Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Concert” (Emmy, Critics Choice and NAACP Image Award nominations). On Broadway, he most recently starred as Aaron Burr in HAMILTON. Previous Broadway credits include: Eubie Blake in Shuffle Along (Tony Award nomination), Berry Gordy in Motown The Musical (Grammy and Drama League Award nominations), and Harpo in The Color Purple (Tony Award nomination). National tour: Simba in The Lion King. Off-Broadway: F**king A, Rent and The Scottsboro Boys (Lucille Lortel, Drama League, Outer Critics Circle and Laurence Olivier Award nominations). Television: “POWER,” “Law & Order: Criminal Intent,” “One Life to Live,” “The Good Wife,” “Macy's 4th of July Fireworks Spectacular,” Spike Lee's “She's Gotta Have It,” and Amazon Studios' “Modern Love.” Dixon's debut single, “#WeAre” is currently available for download on iTunes, with all proceeds benefitting YoungNewYorkers.org. Dixon was raised in Maryland, and is a graduate of Columbia University. He is the co-founder of WalkRunFly Productions. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theactorslounge/support

News Talk 920 KVEC
Vincent D'Onofrio!

News Talk 920 KVEC

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 11, 2019 5:45


Law & Order: Criminal Intent star Vincent D'Onofrio turned to directing for The Kid, a Western about a young boy on the run to save his sister from a villainous uncle. It's in theaters now, and he joined Andy on the phone to talk about it.

Really Famous with Kara Mayer Robinson

Eric Bogosian, master actor-playwright-novelist, does a deep dive on acting and shares stories about his movies, TV series and plays, like Talk Radio, Billions, The Good Wife and Law and Order: Criminal Intent, to name a few. You'll hear Eric talk about: Working with MAJORLY talented people like: Ethan Hawke Jeff Goldblum Cynthia Nixon Jonathan Banks Steven Spielberg Vincent D'Onofrio Liev Schreiber Adam Sandler Oliver Stone Dick Wolf and SO. MANY. MORE. His current project, 100 Monologues. Check it out at 100monologues.com. Going from a meek child to an intense adult Getting into ACTUAL fights on film sets Incredible acting partners like Damian Lewis and Paul Giamatti Intense moments NYC-made television Acting mensches Theater community Making a living Texas hold'em poker and a whole lot of other gripping topics and experiences Enjoy this masterclass with the incredibly talented and very talkative Eric Bogosian. I like him and I think you will too. # Big thanks to Sofitel New York, where we recorded this episode! Visiting New York? Book a room at Sofitel.   EXTRAS: Watch 100 Monologues. Check them out at 100monologues.com.  (I highly recommend Alison Wright's monologue!)   Score a private, personalized episode of Really Famous: https://www.reallyfamouspodcast.com/donate   Eric Bogosian video: youtube.com/reallyfamous (available Jan 23)   What Eric Bogosian says about me after we talk: https://youtu.be/v2edbUYVxns     Eric Bogosian behind-the-scenes photos: https://www.reallyfamouspodcast.com/now/eric-bogosian   Email me: reallyfamouspodcast@gmail.com.   2-minute survey: (Thank you!) https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/YRLPKZG   Say hi on social media. Share your thoughts with me - and everyone! Twitter: @kara1to1 https://twitter.com/kara1to1 Instagram:  @reallyfamouspodcast https://www.instagram.com/reallyfamouspodcast/ Facebook:   @karamayerrobinson https://www.facebook.com/karamayerrobinson # I want to interview ... YOU! (Or someone you know.) Want to do something spectacular for someone in your life? Give them an episode of Really Famous (for their own private collection...or yours!). I'll interview anyone you like -- your family member, friend, colleague, you -- and package it as a podcast episode. It won't air on Really Famous, but you'll have a major keepsake -- forever. Get started here: https://www.reallyfamouspodcast.com/donate  # Celebrity interview by Kara Mayer Robinson. Music - Take a Chance by Kevin MacLeod - incompetech - Creative Commons

SCRATCH the SURFACE with EJ Scott
173: Vincent D'Onofrio - actor Full Metal Jacket, Marvel's Daredevil, The Judge, Men In Black, Jurassic World, Law & Order: Criminal Intent

SCRATCH the SURFACE with EJ Scott

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2018 142:02


Vincent D'Onofrio is one of the best and hardest working actors today. He was kind enough to meet up with me in Brooklyn, NY and talk with me about all aspects of his life and career. We talked about his upbringing and his difficult relationship with his father, what Vincent is like as a father, gaining 70lbs for the role of Pyle in Full Metal Jacket, working with Stanley Kubrick, working on Men In Black, Law & Order, playing Wilson Fisk on Marvel's Daredevil on Netflix, The Judge, working with Ethan Hawke, Will Smith, Robert Duvall, Robert Downey Jr, being a spoken word musician, doing theater, magic and so much more!!!  Please Listen! Please Share! Please Enjoy! Twitter @ejscott @EJPodcast Instagram @ejscott1106 My website www.ejscott.com Choroideremia Research Foundation www.curechm.org RUNNING BLIND documentary available on iTunes, Google Play, Amazon

I Blame Dennis Hopper
Craig Chester, Actor & Writer – The Film Scene

I Blame Dennis Hopper

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2018 59:17


TODAY: Craig Chester, actor, writer, and friend of Illeana. Chester has been involved in film and television since 1992, beginning with a star role in the film Swoon, his debut performance. Chester would go on to have starring and minor roles in a handful of other films and TV series, with his most famous being Fred Hughes in I Shot Andy Warhol, Adan Bernstein in Adam and Steve, and as Thor Derek in Law and Order: Criminal Intent. His most recent project was a writer's position on the comedy TV series The Big Gay Sketch Show, for which he wrote 9 episodes. Popcorn Talk Network, the online broadcast network that features movie discussion, news, interviews and commentary proudly presents “The Film Scene w/ Illeana Douglas”, a weekly, freewheeling discussion show where industry veteran Illeana Douglas interviews Hollywood's most important voices in TV and Film, discussing some of Cinema's most important films, scenes, and shots. Produced by Ryan Nilsen and co-hosted by Jeff Graham, this show is essential listening for serious and casual fans of film! Stay Up To Date: http://illeanaspodcast.com/illeana-douglas-episodes/ Listen on iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-film-scene-with-illeana-douglas/id1169112310 Visit our website: https://popcorntalknetwork.com Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/thepopcorntalk Follow Craig Chester on Twitter: @MrCraigChester Love TV? Check out http://site.afterbuzztv.com Love Books? Check out http://bookcircleonline.com Support our friends at http://blackhollywoodlive.com Shopping on Amazon? Click through our Amazon affiliate program at http://www.amazon.com//ref=as_sl_pd_t...

Speak L.A.
KATHRYN ERBE - TV STAR - LAW & ORDER: CRIMINAL INTENT

Speak L.A.

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2018 40:27


(Law & Order: Criminal Intent, Oz, What About Bob?) In this podcast YOU will learn: 1) What was Kathryn’s first screen test like? 2) Why do Hollywood producers hire adults to play child roles? 3) How did Kathryn get her first agent? 4) Is it possible to go from background worker to tv star? 5) Why does Kathryn describe an actor’s life like “a zen puzzle?”    

Kaleidocast
S2 Ep4: "Unleashed Beauty" by Nancy Hightower & "Blessed Days" by Mike Allen

Kaleidocast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 21, 2018 64:06


Unleashed Beauty: An artist creates a biological work of art, only to discover that he's playing with forces he doesn't understand. Marriage, love, and ambition all play a role in leading to the catastrophic conclusion of this story. The Author: Nancy Hightower has been published in Joyland, Vol. 1 Brooklyn, Sundog Lit, Word Riot, storySouth. Gargoyle, and Cleaver, and has written about politics and religion in HuffPost. From 2014-2016, she reviewed science fiction and fantasy for The Washington Post. She is the author of Elementari Rising (Pink Narcissus Press, 2013) and The Acolyte, (poetry, Port Yonder Press, 2015). She teaches at Hunter College and is working on a book about digital storytelling with Paul D. Miller for Duke University Press, as well as a memoir about growing up in the evangelical South. The Actor: Jose Febus's credits include the short film " Not Guilty" for which the award of Best Actor was honored at the My Final Shot Production Film Festival. Other films include Attempted Burglary, Plurality and Chicago Boricua. Television credits include The Path, Blindspot, Law & Order, Law & Order Criminal Intent. Web Series - East Willy B. His Off-Off Broadway credits include O'Rex with the G&F Company, The Deep Run at PRTT and Acts of Mercy written by Michael John Garces at The Rattlestick Theater. Regional credits include Ana in the Tropics at the Portland Center Stage, Williamstown Theater and the Hartford Stage Co. jlfebus@hotmail.com --------------------------- The Blessed Days: Two and a half years ago, the Blessings began, and everyone on Earth woke up covered in blood. It happens every night in sleep, and no one remembers dreams anymore. But one lucid dreamer's remembered dreams reveal the answer and open the gate to the underworld. The Author: Nebula Award, Shirley Jackson Award and World Fantasy Award finalist Mike Allen is author of the short story collections Unseaming and The Spider Tapestries and the novel The Black Fire Concerto. He’s also the editor and publisher of Mythic Delirium Books, home of Mythic Delirium magazine and the Clockwork Phoenix anthologies. He lives in Roanoke, Virginia, with his wife and co-editor Anita Allen, and two neurotic cats. You can follow his adventures as a writer at descentintolight.com, as a publisher at mythicdelirium.com, and as both on Twitter at @mythicdelirium. The Actor: Kevin Gilligan is an actor/writer/comedian who has been seen on SpikeTV, TVLand, Style Network, Travel Channel, TruTV, and Funny or Die. You may have seen him as Kevin the bisexual on the season premiere of Billy on the Street. He was also in the VisionFest and CineKink award winning film Broken Side of Time. He has written for HEEB Magazine and Geeks OUT, and co-hosts the Geeks OUT Podcast (available on iTunes & Libsyn). He produced and co-wrote his acclaimed web series Gigahoes, the first season of which is now on Amazon Prime, the second season to premiere later in 2018. He's performed at UCB, UCBEast, The Magnet, Gotham Comedy Club, and The PIT. Find more at www.KevinRyssGilligan.com kevinryssgilligan@gmail.com

#LIVEatFIVE: a daily Broadway podcast
8/9/18 -Eric Anderson (PRETTY WOMAN)

#LIVEatFIVE: a daily Broadway podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2018 24:33


Eric Anderson most recently originated the role of Cal Waitress on Broadway. He has been a member of the original Broadway casts of Kinky Boots, The Last Ship, Rocky, and Soul Doctor which earned him a Drama Desk nomination and South Pacific. His screen credits include The Greatest Showman, Elementary, The Good Wife, Law and Order: Criminal Intent and Alias. Be sure to follow him on Twitter at @OleEricAnderson and on Instagram at @egroove.(Hosts: Paul Wontorek, Beth Stevens, Caitlin Moynihan)

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
Vincent D'Onofrio

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2018 128:03


Vincent D’Onofrio (Full Metal Jacket, Daredevil, Law & Order: Criminal Intent) is an American actor, producer and one of Dax’s acting heroes. Vincent sits down with the Armchair Expert to discuss his struggle during childhood, the series of events that led to Full Metal Jacket and his aversion to sports metaphors. Dax refuses to accept he wasn’t cast in Vincent’s movie and Vincent is disturbed by the dog print in the attic. They talk about their mutual reluctance to owe others in any capacity, Dax implores Vincent to move into his house and Monica loves magicians. 

The Producer's Perspective Podcast with Ken Davenport

Warren Leight is an American playwright, screenwriter, film director and television producer. He is best known for his work on Law & Order: Criminal Intent and Lights Out and as the showrunner for In Treatment and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. His play Side Man was a finalist for the 1999 Pulitzer Prize for Drama. Warren is one of the few playwrights that can go so easily from stage to screen . . . and that’s all about how he started writing in the first place.  See he started because he wanted to be a sports writer, and then . . . wait . . . I’m giving it away. Just listen to the podcast and hear Warren talk about: How a lie about loving horror movies led to him writing one . . . and why you might want to fib a little too. Why he binge writes. The importance of joining a Writer’s Group and how it helped him. Why the deadlines of TV help make him a better writer . . . and how you can use deadlines to accomplish your goals, whether you have a TV network demanding a script or not. How he wrote Side Man without realizing he was writing it . . . and what it was like after he won The Tony (and it’s not what you think).   Keep up with me: @KenDavenportBway www.theproducersperspective.com  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Joe and Mike Show
Totally Useless Movie Trivia

The Joe and Mike Show

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 23, 2018 13:31


MOVIE TRIVIA Death Wish (2018) Totally Useless Movie Trivia In the film, in the corner of an open murder case board appears a card that says "We're gonna need a bigger board," a reference to the famous "Jaws" line "We're gonna need a bigger boat." Elizabeth Shue and Vincent D'Onofrio had previously starred in Adventures in Babysitting together! With Vincent playing Thor/garage mechanic and Elizabeth the babysitter! In the movie, Paul Kersey and Frank Kersey are brothers and they're both left-handed. They are respectively played by Bruce Willis and Vincent D'Onofrio who are actually left-handed in real life! According to a vipfaq.com fan poll, 88% of all voters believe that Mancow Muller is a homosexual, 0% believe that he is heterosexual, and 13% believe that he is bisexual. Death Wish V: The Face of Death has a 0% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes. Chicago-style pizza refers to several different styles of pizza developed in Chicago. Arguably, the most famous of these is known as deep-dish pizza. In Death Wish (2018), Bruce Willis's character and his family are shown eating that style of pizza. The word Kinjite comes from the Japanese language and is the conjugation form of the verb "kinjiru"; which means "to forbid" in English. Vincent D'Onofrio, Dean Norris, and Elisabeth Shue each starred in three major T.V. Shows. Vincent D'Onofrio starred in Law & Order: Criminal Intent (2001), Dean Norris starred alongside Bryan Cranston in AMC's Breaking Bad (2008), and Elisabeth Shue starred alongside Ted Danson in CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (2000). Elisabeth Shue and Vincent D'Onofrio appeared together in Adventures in Babysitting(1987), which also takes place in Chicago. A remake of the 1974 film of the same title (Death Wish (1974)), starring Charles Bronson. The film takes place in Chicago, Illinois, as opposed to New York, to where the novel and original film took place. Interesting to note, that the original film, Death Wish (1974), ended with the main character, Paul Kersey moving to Chicago, as well as the novel's sequel, Death Sentence, taking place in the same city too. Actors considered for the role of Paul Kersey included Liam Neeson, Russell Crowe, Matt Damon, Bruce Willis, Benicio Del Toro, Will Smith, and Brad Pitt. Bruce Willis was chosen to star in the end. Originally set to star Sylvester Stallone, however Stallone backed out after "creative differences" and to work on other projects. Death Wish (2018) is the first film to be distributed by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer since Hot Tub Time Machine (2010). Death Wish (2018) R | 1h 47min | Action, Crime, Drama | 2 March 2018 (USA) Dr. Paul Kersey is an experienced trauma surgeon, a man who has spent his life saving lives. After an attack on his family, Paul embarks on his own mission for justice. Director: Eli Roth Writers: Joe Carnahan (screenplay by), Brian Garfield (from the novel by) Stars: Bruce Willis, Vincent D'Onofrio, Elisabeth Shue

The Joe and Mike Show
Totally Useless Movie Trivia

The Joe and Mike Show

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 23, 2018 13:31


MOVIE TRIVIA Death Wish (2018) Totally Useless Movie Trivia In the film, in the corner of an open murder case board appears a card that says "We're gonna need a bigger board," a reference to the famous "Jaws" line "We're gonna need a bigger boat." Elizabeth Shue and Vincent D'Onofrio had previously starred in Adventures in Babysitting together! With Vincent playing Thor/garage mechanic and Elizabeth the babysitter! In the movie, Paul Kersey and Frank Kersey are brothers and they're both left-handed. They are respectively played by Bruce Willis and Vincent D'Onofrio who are actually left-handed in real life! According to a vipfaq.com fan poll, 88% of all voters believe that Mancow Muller is a homosexual, 0% believe that he is heterosexual, and 13% believe that he is bisexual. Death Wish V: The Face of Death has a 0% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes. Chicago-style pizza refers to several different styles of pizza developed in Chicago. Arguably, the most famous of these is known as deep-dish pizza. In Death Wish (2018), Bruce Willis's character and his family are shown eating that style of pizza. The word Kinjite comes from the Japanese language and is the conjugation form of the verb "kinjiru"; which means "to forbid" in English. Vincent D'Onofrio, Dean Norris, and Elisabeth Shue each starred in three major T.V. Shows. Vincent D'Onofrio starred in Law & Order: Criminal Intent (2001), Dean Norris starred alongside Bryan Cranston in AMC's Breaking Bad (2008), and Elisabeth Shue starred alongside Ted Danson in CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (2000). Elisabeth Shue and Vincent D'Onofrio appeared together in Adventures in Babysitting(1987), which also takes place in Chicago. A remake of the 1974 film of the same title (Death Wish (1974)), starring Charles Bronson. The film takes place in Chicago, Illinois, as opposed to New York, to where the novel and original film took place. Interesting to note, that the original film, Death Wish (1974), ended with the main character, Paul Kersey moving to Chicago, as well as the novel's sequel, Death Sentence, taking place in the same city too. Actors considered for the role of Paul Kersey included Liam Neeson, Russell Crowe, Matt Damon, Bruce Willis, Benicio Del Toro, Will Smith, and Brad Pitt. Bruce Willis was chosen to star in the end. Originally set to star Sylvester Stallone, however Stallone backed out after "creative differences" and to work on other projects. Death Wish (2018) is the first film to be distributed by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer since Hot Tub Time Machine (2010). Death Wish (2018) R | 1h 47min | Action, Crime, Drama | 2 March 2018 (USA) Dr. Paul Kersey is an experienced trauma surgeon, a man who has spent his life saving lives. After an attack on his family, Paul embarks on his own mission for justice. Director: Eli Roth Writers: Joe Carnahan (screenplay by), Brian Garfield (from the novel by) Stars: Bruce Willis, Vincent D'Onofrio, Elisabeth Shue

Chubstep
#133: Slaughter Rule Step feat. Steve Rebeiro

Chubstep

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2018 43:34


Pat and Jahred are joined by High School Football record holder and friend of the show Steve Rebeiro. The guys discuss Steve’s earlier NFL predictions, the LA Rams, the results of the Jimmy Butler trade, Steve’s TV shows to watch, ‘Law and Order: Criminal Intent’ in the ‘Jeff Goldblum Movie Review’,  basic cable crime shows, Steve setting an unbreakable record, a follow up on past Goldblum reviews, and non-sense sports scenes in movies. Pat and Jahred continue with dead musicians vault music, Hippo teeth auction in ‘Tanzania News’, Google Translate Lady rap song, and Goose Island in ‘Booze Newz’ Steve's Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8A8EgeHIM88 Google Rap: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yZTNe5-kr6Q

Vermont Favorites
VF002: Lincoln L. Hayes

Vermont Favorites

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2017 59:47


Now-Vermont-based actor, writer, podcaster Lincoln L. Hayes talks with Adam about growing up in rural Colorado, working on 30 Rock and Law & Order: Criminal Intent, creating the Boyfriend Training series, writing and starring in What Kent Did, and Vermont Film Essentials.

Game Changers With Vicki Abelson
Eddie Pepitone on Vicki Abelson's The Road Taken

Game Changers With Vicki Abelson

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2017 89:59


I met Eddie years ago in NY… we did a Comedy Central pilot together, and, he gave one of the most explosively hysterical performances Women Who Write has ever witnessed They call him the Bitter Buddha, a modern day cross between Jackie Gleason, Don Rickles, and
 Eckart Tolle. Eddie’s had recurring roles on Late Night with Conan O’Brien, and has appeared on The Life and Times of Tim, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, The Sarah Silverman Program, Jimmy Kimmel Live, Last Comic Standing, Chappelle’s Show, Love, The Goldberg’s, Maron, Community and Brooklyn Nine-Nine to name a bunch. Eddie was also featured in the film, Old School. An accomplished dramatic actor, Eddie appeared on Law and Order: Criminal Intent, The Beat, and Now and Again. First and foremost a stand-up comic, Eddie appears regularly at The Improv, Caroline’s on Broadway, Largo at the Coronet, and both the LA and NY Upright Citizens Brigade Theaters. A Great Stillness, Eddie's first Live Comedy Album was recently released, and his, In Ruins- Live in Brooklyn, can currently be seen on Netflix. I was surprised by Eddie's thoughtful, spiritual, vulnerable willingness to go deep in our conversation. And, of course, he's hysterical. I adore this wild, funny man. Vicki Abelson's BROADcast: The Road Taken Produced by Louise Palanker Sound edited by Jon Mattox Also available on: iTunes apple.co/2dj8ld3 Stitcher bit.ly/2h3R1fl tunein bit.ly/2gGeItj This week's show is sponsored by Quik Impressions, the best printers, printing. quikimpressions.com BROADcast debuts 5/29/17

On The Rocks with Alexander
Olivia D'Abo, Amin El Gamal, Stan Zimmerman, and Patrick Gomez

On The Rocks with Alexander

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2017 100:50


On the Rocks: Where Celebrities & Cocktails Mix welcomes actress/musician Olivia D'Abo (The Wonder Years, Law & Order: Criminal Intent) and actor Amin El Gamal (Prison Break) with guest cohost Stan Zimmerman (The Golden Girls, Gilmore Girls) with Enterta

Worst Collection Ever
Spider-Woman Revisited

Worst Collection Ever

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2017 76:32


On this week's episode of WORST COLLECTION EVER, Jen and Shawn discuss: Spider-Woman [vol 1] #8 (1978) Topics include: - a real-life man wearing a cape out in public - a terrible video game idea - LAW & ORDER: CRIMINAL INTENT - the Newsboy Legion grow up to be hideous - Pumpkinhead gets his face melted off Please rate, review, subscribe and tell a friend! Email us at worstcollectionever@gmail.com Continue the conversation on Twitter @angryheroshawn and @JenStansfield

I Blame Dennis Hopper
Christopher Noth, Actor – The Film Scene

I Blame Dennis Hopper

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2017 60:06


TODAY: Christopher Noth, American actor who has starred in dozens of film and television roles. His first well-known role was Mike Logan in the television series Law and Order from 1990-95, followed by another longterm role in HBO's Sex and the City, playing John James Preston, aka "Mr. Big". He would go on to reprise both of these roles in Law and Order: Criminal Intent and the Sex and the City feature films respectively. He now has several roles in film and television, most recently playing FBI agent Frank Booth in the TV series Gone. Popcorn Talk Network, the online broadcast network that features movie discussion, news, interviews and commentary proudly presents “The Film Scene w/ Illeana Douglas”, a weekly, freewheeling discussion show where industry veteran Illeana Douglas interviews Hollywood's most important voices in TV and Film, discussing some of Cinema's most important films, scenes, and shots. Produced by Ryan Nilsen and co-hosted by Jeff Graham, this show is essential listening for serious and casual fans of film! Visit our website: https://popcorntalknetwork.com Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/thepopcorntalk Love TV? Check out http://site.afterbuzztv.com Love Books? Check out http://bookcircleonline.com Support our friends at http://blackhollywoodlive.com Shopping on Amazon? Click through our Amazon affiliate program at http://www.amazon.com//ref=as_sl_pd_t...

Take Out With Ashley and Robyn
Episode 56 with Guest Kadee Stickland

Take Out With Ashley and Robyn

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2017 52:37


KaDee Strickland can next be seen starring opposite Jeffrey Donovan in Hulu’s upcoming drama series, “Shut Eye,” about the underground world of Los Angeles storefront psychics and the organized crime syndicate that runs them. Last year, Strickland starred in the ABC drama, “Secrets and Lies,” which also starred Ryan Phillippe and Juliette Lewis. Strickland is perhaps best known for her role as Dr. Charlotte King on the ABC drama, “Private Practice,” which earned her the 2011 PRISM Award for Best Female Performance in a Drama Series with a Multi-Episode Storyline. Her additional television credits include a starring role on the David E. Kelley series, “The Wedding Bells,” as well as roles on “Law & Order: Criminal Intent,” “All My Children,” “The Street Lawyer” and “Laws of Chance.” On the big screen, Strickland appeared in the critically-acclaimed Ridley Scott drama, AMERICAN GANGSTER, in which she played opposite Russell Crowe. She also starred in Tyler Perry’s THE FAMILY THAT PREYS with Kathy Bates, Sanaa Lathan and Alfre Woodard. Her additional film credits include the following: THE FLOCK, a thriller with Richard Gere and Claire Danes; FEVER PITCH, directed by the Farrelly Brothers and starring Drew Barrymore; the hit horror film THE GRUDGE; Woody Allen's ANYTHING ELSE; ANACONDAS: THE HUNT FOR THE BLOOD ORCHID; SOMETHINGS GOTTA GIVE; and THE STEPFORD WIVES. While studying at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, Strickland was cast in THE SIXTH SENSE and GIRL, INTERRUPTED, among other features filmed in Philadelphia. After receiving a Fine Arts degree, she moved to New York and continued her studies with master teacher Maggie Flanagan at the Maggie Flanagan Studio. In May 2006, the University honored Strickland with the Outstanding Alumni Award. During her time in New York, she acquired stage experience in productions of A Requiem for Things Past, Near Tragedy and in John Patrick Shanleys Women of Manhattan. Strickland resides in Los Angeles.

Law and Order: Special Viewing Unit
Episode 40 - S2E18 - Manhunt

Law and Order: Special Viewing Unit

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2016 102:35


On this weeks episode the guys review season 2 episode 18 - Manhunt! Matt and Aviv welcome friend of the show, musician Matt Oleskiewicz, to discuss this weeks episode.  Matt makes it a point to use the rap airhorn sound as much as possible when he makes a joke to add to his guest appearance. Matt Oleskiewicz reveals that he is not actually a fan of SVU but instead a fan of Law and Order Criminal Intent.  Matt breaks down why he is a fan of C.I.  Everyone discusses how great the Mighty Ducks 2 is as a movie and how it is far superior to Mighty Ducks 3.  Aviv discusses how Jeff Goldblum plays jazz piano at a bar down the street from his house in L.A.  Matt Oleskiewicz discusses why he loves C.I. and what the draw is compared to original recipe and SVU.  Matt points out that in this weeks episode, for those playing the SVU drinking game, that this episode has a ton of heavy hitting drinks, and the guys discuss Ice-T's transition from being a rap artist who raps about killing cop, to playing a cop on TV.  At the end of this weeks episode Matt Oleskiewicz sings a little SVU holiday themed song on the spot.   Matt, Aviv, and Matt want to say we hope you all had a great holiday and have a very happy New Years!  Be safe everyone; use uber/lyft/cabs when getting around on New Years!   Rate and review us on iTunes, tweet at us @SVUPodcast, or send us an email specialviewingunit@gmail.com

The TVaholic Previews...
Will You Want to Watch USA Network’s Eyewitness?

The TVaholic Previews...

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2016 6:16


On this episode we are previewing USA Network’s new anthology crime series, Eyewitness. It stars Julianne Nicholson (Law & Order: Criminal Intent), Gil Bellows (Ally McBeal), Tyler Young (The Avatars), James Paxton (Texas Rising miniseries), Warren Christie (Alphas), Matt Murray (Rookie Blue), and Tattiawna Jones (Flashpoint). Eyewitness is a 10-episode anthology series based on a […]

Little Known Facts with Ilana Levine
Episode 19 - Kathryn Erbe

Little Known Facts with Ilana Levine

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2016 27:31


Kathyrn Erbe is best known for playing Detective Alexandra Eames in LAW & ORDER: CRIMINAL INTENT... Erbe’s television credits include playing the infamous death row inmate Shirley Bellinger on the acclaimed HBO series “Oz.”  She also appeared on NBC’s “Homicide: Life on the Street,” the miniseries “George Wallace,” Showtime’s original production of “Naked City: Justice with a Bullet,” NBC’s “Another World” and the television movie “Breathing Lessons.” Erbe also gained notice in the 1999 box office hit “Stir of Echoes” opposite Kevin Bacon and “Dream with the Fishes” with David Arquette.  Her additional film credits include “Entropy,” “Kiss of Death,” “D2: The Mighty Ducks,” “Rich in Love”,  “What About Bob?”, and “Speaking of Sex” with Lara Flynn Boyle and Bill Murray. Erbe also filmed “Three Backyards,” starring opposite Embeth Davidtz and Edie Falco, “Mother’s House”, “Worst Friend’s”, “The Love Guide” with Parker Posey,” Mistress America” and “No Beast So Fierce”. Before appearing in feature films, Erbe began her career on the stage.  She is a member of the Steppenwolf Theater Company and has starred in many of their productions, including Tennessee Williams’ “A Streetcar Named Desire” as Stella, “Curse of the Starving Class” and “My Thing of Love.”  She earned a Tony® Award nomination in 1991 for her portrayal of Mary in “Speed of Darkness.” Erbe is also an active member of the Atlantic Theatre Company. For the last year, Erbe has recently focused her attention to the theater appearing in Craig Lucas’ play ‘Ode to Joy,  as Pat Nixon in The Vineyard’s ‘Checkers’, Natasha in Lincoln Center’s ‘Nikolai and The Others’,  Sue in ACT’s ‘Natural Affection’, Mother in ‘Afghanistan, Zimbabwe, America, Kuwait’ as well as Adele in Rattlestick’s production of ‘Ode to Joy’. Erbe can currently be seen co-starring along side Frank Langella in MTC Tony Nominated Broadway production of ‘The Father’. 

TUBE TUNES
S01E08: The Mike Post Legacy

TUBE TUNES

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 29, 2016 123:09


In this double-length episode, I explore the long and prolific career of TV theme composer extraordinaire, Mike Post. His influence on TV theme music cannot be underestimated, beginning with his collaboration with his longtime partner Pete Carpenter (1973-1986), and then on up to his stellar solo career as a theme composer thereafter. This surveys covers all 51 of the shows in which Mike Post composed or co-composed the theme music, including the following series: GRIFF (1973-74) [opening theme] TOMA (1973-74) [opening theme] THE ROCKFORD FILES (1974-80) [1974-75 opening theme] BAA BAA BLACK SHEEP/THE BLACK SHEEP SQUADRON (1976-78) [opening theme] RICHIE BROCKELMAN, PRIVATE EYE (1978) [opening theme] THE WHITE SHADOW (1978-81) [opening theme] THE DUKE (1979) [opening theme] 240-ROBERT (1979-81) [pilot opening theme] BIG SHAMUS, LITTLE SHAMUS (1979) [opening theme] -Commercial Break- TENSPEED AND BROWN SHOE (1980) [opening theme] MAGNUM, P.I. (1980-88) [episode 6 of season 1-1988 opening theme] HILL STREET BLUES (1981-87) [opening theme] THE GREATEST AMERICAN HERO (1981-83) [opening theme] TALES OF THE GOLD MONKEY (1982-83) [opening theme] THE QUEST (1982) [opening theme] THE A-TEAM (1983-87) [opening theme] HARDCASTLE AND McCORMICK (1983-86) [1983-84/1985-86 opening theme] [1984-85 opening theme] -Commercial Break- BAY CITY BLUES (1983) [opening theme] RIPTIDE (1984-86) [opening theme] HUNTER (1984-91) [1987-88 opening theme] STINGRAY (1986-87) [opening theme] L.A. LAW (1986-94) [opening theme] WISEGUY (1987-90) [opening theme] HOOPERMAN (1987-89) [opening theme] BEVERLY HILLS BUNTZ (1987-88) [opening theme] UNSUB (1989) [opening theme] -The Mystery Tune- THE ABC MYSTERY MOVIE (1989-90) [opening theme] QUANTUM LEAP (1989-93) [1992-93 opening theme] DOOGIE HOWSER, M.D. (1989-93) [opening theme] TOP OF THE HILL (1989) [opening theme] LAW & ORDER (1990-2010) [2004-05 opening theme] BROKEN BADGES (1990-91) [opening theme] BLOSSOM (1991-95) [opening theme] DISNEY PRESENTS THE 100 LIVES OF BLACK JACK SAVAGE (1991) [opening theme] -Commercial Break- THE COMMISH (1991-95) [opening theme] SILK STALKINGS (1991-99) [opening theme] TEQUILA & BONETTI (1992) [opening theme] RENEGADE (1992-97) [opening theme] NYPD BLUE (1993-2005) [opening theme] TRAPS (1994) [opening theme] ROUGHNECKS (1994-95) [opening theme] NEWSRADIO (1995-99) [opening theme] MURDER ONE (1995-97) [opening theme] -Commercial Break- BROOKLYN SOUTH (1997-98) [opening theme] PLAYERS (1997-98) [opening theme] LAW & ORDER: SPECIAL VICTIMS UNIT (1999-present) [opening theme] PHILLY (2001-02) [opening theme] LAW & ORDER: CRIMINAL INTENT (2001-11) [2001-02 opening theme] DRAGNET/L.A. DRAGNET (2003-04) [opening theme] LAW & ORDER: TRIAL BY JURY (2005-06) [opening theme] BLIND JUSTICE (2005) [opening theme] I've included  vintage commercials for Lowenbrau, Arrid Xtra-Dri, TV Guide, and Shasta Cola. And you'll also have fun listening to some ads that my podcasting friends provided to me to promote their own great podcasts; be sure to check them out. Note also that I've added a The Mystery Tune for my intrepid listeners to test their TV theme tune memory. It's only an excerpt of a theme for a series which ran on network television (hint: the title includes the name of an aquatic mammal). Let me know what your guess is, and if you're correct I'll mention you on the air during the next episode of TUBE TUNES. Many, many thanks to Zerbinator for his continued support. His encouragement and expertise are very much appreciated by me. You can find all of his fun-to-listen-to podcasts here. And I'd also like especially to thank him for providing the opening and closing theme music for Tube Tunes; all of his fantastic music can be found here. And, again, thanks are in order for him for providing TUBE TUNES with the "We'll Be Right Back" drops heard during the podcast. Thanks, Burford.

Cyber Law and Business Report on WebmasterRadio.fm
Eric Bogosian on Operation Nemesis and Tom McMillen Remembers Munich

Cyber Law and Business Report on WebmasterRadio.fm

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2015 52:19


Bennet Kelleytalks with acclaimed actor, playwright, and authorEric Bogosian. Bogosian is best known as the writer and star of the Pulitzer Prize-nominated play and Oliver Stone movie Talk Radio and for playing Captain Danny Ross for five seasons on Law and Order: Criminal Intent.Our interview was recorded previously courtesy of the Miami Book Fair. It was a fascinating discussion that continued after we off the air.Bogosians new book tells the story of a tightly knit band of killers, who in 1921, set out to avenge the deaths of almost one million victims of the Armenian Genocide.

Eric Roberts is the Man
Episode 14: Law & Order: SVU (Season 2, Episode 13) & Law & Order: Criminal Intent (Season 7, Episode 13) (/w Brandon Bird)

Eric Roberts is the Man

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2015 92:52


In the Eric Roberts podcast world, the people are represented by two separate, yet equally important groups: Our hosts, who have made a blood oath to carefully examine and discuss the works of actor Eric Roberts; and our guest, on this episode illustrator & cartoonist Brandon Bird, who has devoted his life to the study of the Law & Order franchise. These are their stories. LISTEN and discover Brandon Bird's favorite Law & Order DA! Todd's favorite Street Fighter character! And the story of how an Eric Roberts lunchbox ended up in the MAN's hands! LOCK YOURSELF AWAY AND EXPERIENCE Eric Roberts is the Man Episode 14. The post Episode 14: Law & Order: SVU (Season 2, Episode 13) & Law & Order: Criminal Intent (Season 7, Episode 13) (/w Brandon Bird) appeared first on Eric Roberts is the Man.

A Super Smiley Adventure with Megan Blake - Pets & Animals on Pet Life Radio (PetLifeRadio.com)
PetLifeRadio.com - A Super Smiley Adventure - Episode 74 Buffy The Vampire Slayer's Kristy Swanson Rocking It for Rescues in her New Christmas movie, ‘A Belle for Christmas!'

A Super Smiley Adventure with Megan Blake - Pets & Animals on Pet Life Radio (PetLifeRadio.com)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2014 24:49


The beautiful and talented Kristy Swanson who has starred in some of our pop culture's favorites: ‘Buffy The Vampire Slayer,' ‘Ferris Bueller's Day Off' and ‘Law and Order Criminal Intent' is rocking it for the rescue pups with her new Christmas movie, ‘A Belle for Christmas!' In this one she gives Cruella Deville a run for her money as the vileness trying to steal Belle and ruin Christmas! Kristy tells us about her real life love for animals and fills us in on working with the 'Super' Dean Cain! Yep, it's A Super Smiley Adventure! Questions or Comments? Send them to: megan@petliferadio.com. More details on this episode MP3 Podcast - Buffy The Vampire Slayer's Kristy Swanson Rocking It for Rescues in her New Christmas movie, ‘A Belle for Christmas' on Pet Life Radio

Pop Culture Continuum
Episode 49: Barney Miller vs. Brooklyn 99

Pop Culture Continuum

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 7, 2014 72:51


John & Pat compare two cop shows that, unlike Law & Order: Criminal Intent, are intentionally funny. Tune in to see who dies at the end of this episode! Barney Miller Brooklyn 99

Pop Culture Continuum
Episode 49: Barney Miller vs. Brooklyn 99

Pop Culture Continuum

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 7, 2014 72:51


John & Pat compare two cop shows that, unlike Law & Order: Criminal Intent, are intentionally funny. Tune in to see who dies at the end of this episode! Barney Miller Brooklyn 99

2 Degrees of Alie
"Parks And Recreation" Actress/Comedian/Writer Alison Becker Shares Stories Of Breaking Into Hollywood

2 Degrees of Alie

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 4, 2014 37:06


In this episode, I have the pleasure of chatting with the very funny and talented Alison Becker. Her credits include: "Parks and Recreation," "Mayne Street," "The Newsroom," "The League," and "The Colbert Report," just to name a few. We talk about everything from playing a detective on several versions of "Law And Order" to apple boxes to how delightful it is to work with Amy Poehler. ALISON BECKER'S BIO Alison Becker is a comedian who plays Shauna-Malwae Tweep on NBC's Parks and Recreation. She can be seen as Sarah Morton in the Emmy-nominated ESPN webseries, Mayne Street, and she played Becky on the IFC improvised comedy Z Rock. Alison has also guest starred on FX's The League, Showtime's Californication, CBS's Rules of Engagement, NBC's Law and Order: SVU, and had a recurring role on Law and Order: Criminal Intent. She has appeared in sketches for Late Night with Conan O'Brien, The Pete Holmes Show, Human Giant, The Colbert Report, Kroll Show and Nick Swardson's Pretend Time. Recently, Alison played opposite Will Ferrell in a Funny or Die production, playing Ron Burgundy's girlfriend. As a VJ for Vh1 (and before that, for FUSE), Alison hosted her own weekly show. You may also remember her as one of the pranksters on MTV's hidden camera show, Boiling Points, or from one of a million Vh1 clip shows. Still not sure where you know her from? Maybe it's from Adult Swim's Newsreaders, or from her recurring role on Aaron Sorkin's The Newsroom. Or maybe it's from The Other Guys, or from Above Average's webseries The Morning After (which was mentioned in USA Today's "must see" list of 2013). Or maybe you remember her from Dating Rules from my Future Self, one of the most viewed scripted webseries of all time. Or, maybe you just go to the same Starbucks... Alison has been involved with the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre for over 10 years, on four different house teams, and in many other live shows. www.alisonbecker.com Twitter and Instagram: @thealisonbecker 

BuzzWorthy Radio
JAMES MASLOW & GILLIAN JACOBS!

BuzzWorthy Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2009 45:00


James Maslow, who plays James Diamond on the upcoming Nickelodeon show, Big Time Rush, will be making an appearance on BuzzWorthy Radio! Maslow, as well as his other co-stars from the series, are pulling double-duty filming the show as well as recording their first album. James is no stranger to Nick. He made a guest appearance on iCarly as Shane, the guy Sam and Carly fought over. Hear more about Big Time Rush in this program! Gillian Jacobs stars as Britta the 28-year-old dropout with something to prove in NBC's new comedy series "Community." Jacobs was most recently seen in Richard Kelly's film "The Box," starring Cameron Diaz and Frank Langella. Other film credits include "Choke," starring Sam Rockwell and Angelica Houston (Sundance Film Festival - Special Jury Prize Best Ensemble Acting) and the lead in Damian Harris's "Gardens of the Night," which premiered at the Berlin Film Festival. Jacobs can also be seen in the upcoming films "Coach" directed by Will Frears, "Watching TV With the Red Chinese," "NoNames" and "Helena From the Wedding." On the small screen, she has appeared in "Fringe," "Law and Order: Criminal Intent" and "Royal Pains." Jacobs will also be seen in the upcoming drama series "The Good Wife" and had a recurring role in "The Book of Daniel." Her theater credits include "The Little Flower of East Orange" at the Public Theater, which was directed by Philip Seymour Hoffman. She also starred in "A Feminine Ending" off-Broadway at Playwright's Horizons with Marsha Mason. Jacobs is originally from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and is a graduate of the Jilliard School's Drama Division.

Take Him With You
Messing with Stressing

Take Him With You

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2009 65:51


Join me as I talk with Catherine about her experience at the Jonas Brothers Concert, my trip to Lake Quinault,Law and Order Criminal Intent, backing up our hard drives and more. There are words of wisdom, a contest, we talk about stress and ways to reduce it and I play a special song I wrote called "out of the Box" Can you imagine the fun? Take Him With You. :)

Take Him With You
Promo for Messing with Stressing

Take Him With You

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2009 1:00


Join me as I talk with Catherine about her experience at the Jonas Brothers Concert, my trip to Lake Quinault,Law and Order Criminal Intent, backing up our hard drives and more. There are words of wisdom, a contest, we talk about stress and ways to reduce it and I play a special song I wrote called "out of the Box" Can you imagine the fun? Take Him With You. :)

PR Newswire Entertainment Round-Up
Entertainment Round-Up for Week of July 11, 2008

PR Newswire Entertainment Round-Up

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2008


Academy Award and Emmy Nominee Jeff Goldblum Joins the Cast of LAW and ORDER: CRIMINAL INTENT for the Upcoming Eighth Season Beauty and the Geek Hottie Jillian Beyor Is the Playboy Special Editions 2008 Model of the Year Rush Limbaugh Renews Long-Term Contract With Premiere Radio Networks and Clear Channel Radio as He Celebrates 20 Years On Air Sacha Baron Cohen and Will Ferrell Detect New Comedy Based on Characters of Sherlock Holmes and Watson for Columbia Pictures NBC Universal Announces Unprecedented Coverage of the 2008 Beijing Olympics Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers Launch Ticket Auction Summer Tour to Support Habitat for Humanity Affiliates

PR Newswire Entertainment Round-Up
Entertainment Round-Up for Week of July 11, 2008

PR Newswire Entertainment Round-Up

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2008


Academy Award and Emmy Nominee Jeff Goldblum Joins the Cast of LAW and ORDER: CRIMINAL INTENT for the Upcoming Eighth Season Beauty and the Geek Hottie Jillian Beyor Is the Playboy Special Editions 2008 Model of the Year Rush Limbaugh Renews Long-Term Contract With Premiere Radio Networks and Clear Channel Radio as He Celebrates 20 Years On Air Sacha Baron Cohen and Will Ferrell Detect New Comedy Based on Characters of Sherlock Holmes and Watson for Columbia Pictures NBC Universal Announces Unprecedented Coverage of the 2008 Beijing Olympics Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers Launch Ticket Auction Summer Tour to Support Habitat for Humanity Affiliates

Craig and Sam's Entertainment Report
Goldblum's New Role, Will Smoking Amy Show at Mandela Gig, Ledger Praised, New Movies

Craig and Sam's Entertainment Report

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2008 5:29


Jeff Goldblum joins cast of Law and Order Criminal Intent as Mr. Big exits, Amy Winehouse lights up after hospital release, her performance is in question for Mandela concert tonight, Heath Ledger praised by media for Joker role, new movie reviews

PR Newswire Entertainment Round-Up
Entertainment Round-Up for Week of May 30, 2008

PR Newswire Entertainment Round-Up

Play Episode Listen Later May 29, 2008


MTV Fires Up the Star Power...Tom Cruise, Will Smith, Charlize Theron, Rainn Wilson and Anna Faris Set to Present at the '2008 MTV Movie Awards' LAW and ORDER: CRIMINAL INTENT to Return to USA for Eighth Season TiVo to Offer Movie Rentals From the Walt Disney Studios on Demand Jonas Brothers Set to Release 'A Little Bit Longer' August 12; Follow Up to Platinum Selling Jonas Brothers CD and Meteoric Rise to Pop Culture Phenomenon

PR Newswire Entertainment Round-Up
Entertainment Round-Up for Week of May 30, 2008

PR Newswire Entertainment Round-Up

Play Episode Listen Later May 29, 2008


MTV Fires Up the Star Power...Tom Cruise, Will Smith, Charlize Theron, Rainn Wilson and Anna Faris Set to Present at the '2008 MTV Movie Awards' LAW and ORDER: CRIMINAL INTENT to Return to USA for Eighth Season TiVo to Offer Movie Rentals From the Walt Disney Studios on Demand Jonas Brothers Set to Release 'A Little Bit Longer' August 12; Follow Up to Platinum Selling Jonas Brothers CD and Meteoric Rise to Pop Culture Phenomenon