Find Matt:https://twitter.com/mattbled87https://twitter.com/filmfeastpodAs always please reach out and let Dirk know your experiences or thoughts on any and all of the movies or guests. Want to be a guest or just share a story? Please do!https://twitter.com/VHUS_Podcasthttps://letterboxd.com/DirkMarshall/https://www.instagram.com/dirkzaster/?hl=enhttps://www.instagram.com/vhus_podcast/https://www.facebook.com/vhuspodcast
Fanbase Press Contributor Kevin Sharp takes part in a San Diego Comic-Con 2022 roundtable interview with actor Phil LaMarr (Justice League Unlimited, Pulp Fiction) to discuss the character of Sherlock Holmes and his work in the Audible podcast, Moriarty: The Devil's Game. (Beware: Minor SPOILERS for Moriarty: The Devil's Game are present in this interview!)
Was 1994 one of the greatest years in movies? On this special episode of The Hollywood Outsider podcast, we take a look back at the year 1994 in movies and TV. With special Breaking News segments, it's a pretty crazy fun episode that looks at one of the greatest years in film history. Take a listen and let us know in the comments…is it THE greatest year? Was 1994 the greatest year in movies? Almost three decades ago, an absolutely hella fly year in entertainment took hold in 1994. Classics like The Lion King, The Shawshank Redemption, Pulp Fiction, Forrest Gump, Interview with the Vampire, True Lies, The Ref, Speed, and others hit theaters. Not to be outdone, Friends, Seinfeld, and ER took over our television sets. It was a prime time for entertainment. Much has changed since then, but what is even more interesting is how much remains the same. For this special episode, we're not only going to look back at the year in film and television – complete with Breaking News segments direct from the year itself – we are going to settle the longstanding debate on if 1994 truly IS the greatest year in movie history! With the magic of technology and time travel, we hope you enjoy yet another in our annual series of Hollywood Outsider Time Capsule podcasts. Welcome back to 1994! Discussed on this episode (0:00 – 10:09) Opening | Discovery and HBO Max Update (10:10 – 1:23:45) 1994 - A Year in Movies and Television (1:23:46 – 1:28:05) Game: Nailed It! | Closing | Outtakes Listen to our previous Time Capsule episodes for 1987, 1988, 1997, and 1999. Please support The Hollywood Outsider and gain immediate access to bonus content, including Patreon exclusive podcast content like our Bad Movie Night by visiting Patreon.com/ TheHollywoodOutsider Be sure to join our Facebook Group
A group of podcasters' lives become unwittingly entangled as their obsessions and insecurities manifest monsters, demons, and the Kobayashi Maru! On Episode 523 of Trick or Treat Radio we discuss Allegoria, the feature film debut from Spider One from Powerman 5000! We also discuss the struggle to produce and the appreciation of art, a local central Massachusetts urban legend, and what hitting the “brown note” might do to you. So grab issue one of Trick or Treat Radio: Year Eleven, say your gratitudes and latitudes, and strap on for the world's most dangerous podcast!Stuff we talk about: Septic, the road to year eleven, 10 year anniversary show hangover, under milk a cow, the Blackout Tapes, talking all raw, Septic, Brian Paulin, pivotal roles, Mork and Mindy, the voice in the distance, Spider One, Rob Zombie, Kobayashi Maru, Mega!! Kung Fu Radio, Danzig, cat litter and Marvel Legends figures, Powerman 5000, Birthday Massacre, being a touring musician in 2022, Pantera, Ozzy Osbourne, Black Sabbath, The Electric Hellfire Club, The Espresso Bar, Superman stealing Zod's powers, Death Valley, Bury or Berry, spelling bees, Action Comics #1, Casablanca, the king of physical media, prep schools, vocal exercises, gratitudes and latitudes, nautical boy, horror anthologies, Mickey Rourke, Creepshow, Tales from the Crypt, Shudder, John Ennis, James Lipton, Cyrano de Bergerac, suffer for your art, Vincent Van Gogh, Pablo Picasso, The Whistler, OFF Pudding, wine stains on the coffee table, “the brown note”, The Mortuary Collection, Clancy Brown, Pulp Fiction, Verotika, what defines a feature film?, Dual, The Black Phone, The Instructor, Ares' work truck, truck stop stories, Triumph, Alex Garland, Men, Cobra Cabana, and Minimum Underdrive.Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/trickortreatradioJoin our Discord Community: discord.trickortreatradio.comSend Email/Voicemail: mailto:firstname.lastname@example.orgVisit our website: http://trickortreatradio.comStart your own podcast: https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=386Use our Amazon link: http://amzn.to/2CTdZzKFB Group: http://www.facebook.com/groups/trickortreatradioTwitter: http://twitter.com/TrickTreatRadioFacebook: http://facebook.com/TrickOrTreatRadioYouTube: http://youtube.com/TrickOrTreatRadioInstagram: http://instagram.com/TrickorTreatRadioSupport the show
“This 35mm screening of Ingmar Bergman's Persona is mine. I think this entire theater may even just be a long, long dream I'm having. Everyone on the screen and in the rows of seats may just be illusions, and it can't be proven whether or not you really exist either. In other words, this screening was created with me at the center. So what will happen if the reel runs out? I don't know. My imagination isn't very creative; I just can't imagine the film ever ending. In other words, there is no way this screening can completely disappear. But if it does end, then everyone will disappear. I am the only one in this theater who won't disappear. The rest are just people I see as if in a dream.” Topics discussed: The Iron Giant; Incriminating Ourselves; Claire Stanfield's Trans Man Swag; The Ronnie Chronicles a.k.a. Ronnicles; Who The Hell Are These Guys?; Anime Sickos Boyfriends; Getting Negged Into Dating Byakuya; The Pulp Fiction of Anime; Pitching the Baccano! Cinematic Universe (BCU); Running Through Our List of Guys to Determine Who Kisses, Who Tucks, MCU Feelings, Missed the B&N Criterion & Arrow Sale Angst, Cup Song Cup Thing(?????), and Food Court Selections; Derek the Ghost; Glyph Catchers Bonus Content; Today's Teens are Flocking to the Secret Hidden Nier Church. You can write into future Question Buckets at email@example.com and don't forget to follow us on Twitter! The Show: @ghostdiverspod Niamh: @FoxmomNia Connor: @rabbleais Niamh's mediamh pile: @mediamh_pile Export Audio Network: exportaud.io Ghost Divers: exportaud.io/ghostdivers Ornate Stairwells: exportaud.io/ornatestairwells Check out our official schedule at exportaud.io/divingschedule! Content Warnings for this Discussion Lots of food talk Mention of drug use (post-ED) Find out more at https://ghost-divers.pinecast.co
Welcome to episode 7 of the 'Re-Cast...Cast' - Your first stop for all things movie casting.Hosts: Brad and Blake PerryHost Socials Follow Brad on Instagram - instagram.com/brad_film6Follow Blake on Instagram - instagram.com/blakerobertperryFollow You've Gotta See This on Instagram - instagram.com/youvegottaseethispodCareful 4 Spoilers Follow Careful 4 Spoilers on Twitter - twitter.com/c4spoilersFollow Careful 4 Spoilers on Facebook - facebook.com/c4spoilersFollow Careful 4 Spoilers on Instagram - instagram.com/c4spoilers Follow Careful 4 Spoilers on Patreon - patreon.com/c4spoilersStay up-to-date with the latest news in the world of Movies, TV Shows, Anime, Manga, Comics, and more at careful4spoilers.com
On we have a tale that is a bit on the wild side of another dimension. It is titled Hell's Dimension and for the record is not a place that you want to stay. Also, on the show, we review the audiobook collection The Chronicles Of Narnia, and I answer a question from Packer5214 that I have been waiting for someone to ask! So press that play button and let's get started. Featured Story - Hell's Dimension Our featured story comes from the April, 1931 edition of Astounding Magazine. I am constantly amazed at the stories they presented in the early years of this pulp mag and science fiction in general. This story truly is astounding in every way. Professor Lambert, deliberately ventures into a vibrational dimension to join his trapped fiancée. Do they escape? You'll find out in the story titled Hell's Dimension. It was written by Tom Curry and is read for us by Michael Harris. Other Stories Include - The Shepard Murder, Review - Chronicles Of Narnia, and Hell's Dimension Ron's Amazing Stories Sponsored by: Audible - You can get a free audiobook and a 30 day free trial at and - Good Treats for your dog to eat. Your Stories: Do you have a story that you would like to share on the podcast or the blog? Head to the main website, click on Story Submission, tell your story, give it a title, and please tell me where you're from. I will read it if I can. Social Links:Contact Links:
There's a podcast. After you listen to it, they say you get a call. And the person on the other end says that you're gonna have another episode to listen to in seven days, raaaargh! ....Okay, so maybe not as ominous as our subject of today's Crit but we tried. Get comfortable as we rewind 2002's unsettling but very vibe-y The Ring (2003), America's gateway to J-horror remakes and a film that made us all paranoid about blank tapes and TVs. From Gore Verbinski's masterful and immersive direction, Craig Wood's effective editing, Noah as a baby daddy and to what Jared and Melle personally found scary about the film, the conversation in this episode flows deep, like Samara's well. So grab your popcorn, turn your volume up and don't touch that dial. ScaryCrit comin' atcha like a girl crawlin' through your TV screen. Timestamps5:43 - Negronomicon21.29 - Crit1:26:37 - Final CurlsFind Us Online- Website: www.scarycritpodcast.com- Twitter: http://twitter.com/scarycritpodcast- Instagram: http://instagram.com/scarycritpodcast Credits- Host and Producer: Lauren La Melle - instagram.com/laurenlamelle | twitter.com/laurenlamelle | Website: www.laurenlamelle.com- Host and Editor: Jared Hudson - instagram.com/blossomsandbooks93 |- Production Intern: Andrew Fernie- Communications Intern: Mikayla Wells*Advertisement*Hey! Are you a busy entrepreneur, business owner or know someone who is, someone who could use some help balancing their books, scheduling meetings, making presentations, booking travel or even just general time management? Saroyia Culberson, owner of Simplified Assist, is up to the task! As a virtual assistant, she can help keep your affairs running and hold you up to task as she employs her administrative expertise to cater to your professional needs. Contact her today for a free consultation to see if she's the right fit for you!Saroyia Culberson Simplified AssistEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone: 972.514.6202Website: www.simplifiedassist.comGems from Episode 66Mr. Men and Little Miss (1995)The Lost Boys (1987)Flatliners (2017)24 (2001)Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey (2022)PAW Patrol (2013)Death Becomes Her (1992)Pulp Fiction (1994)The Jetsons (1962)V/H/S/99 (2022)V/H/S/ (2012)V/H/S/94 (2021)V/H/S/ Viral (2014)V/H/S/2 (2013)Nope (2022)Everything Everywhere All at Once (2022)Friday the 13th Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan (1989)Alien (1979)Killer Klowns from Outer Space (1988)Get Out (2017)Us (2019)The Ring (2002)Ringu (1998)A Cure for Wellness (2016)Dune Part I (2021)Enemy (2013)Schindler's List (1993)The Grudge (2004)The Woman in Black (2012)In the Blink of an Eye: A Perspective on Film Editing (Robert Merch, Silman-James Press, 1992, Print)A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)Drag Me to Hell (2009)Saw (2004)Contracted (2013)It Follows (2015)The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask (1998)Rings (2017)Fight Club (1999)Smile (2022)House (1977)Parasite (2019)
And you will know our name is Dollar Theater, when we lay this episode upon thee! This week Dave Demarest, Gail Maitland, and Jimmy Clements are covering 1994's Quentin Tarantino blockbuster "Pulp Fiction" starring John Travolta, Samuel L. Jackson, Uma Thurman, and Bruce Willis. We'll give our thoughts on the movie and say what we love about it, talk about some fun things we uncovered about the production, do some trivia, award an MVP and 6th Man of the movie, and close out by talking about some fun things we watched over the week. You can follow Dave on Instagram, Twitter, and Letterboxd @ddem2000, Gail is on IG @itisthatonebroad, and you can find Jimmy on Twitter and IG @jimmywritesongs. We have an IG and Twitter for this show as well @wasitthatbadpod, and if you like this show and would like to talk with us or many other great people about it or any other movie/show join the "Movie and Television Talk" Facebook group, just type that into a group search and it's the red cover photo. Thanks for listening! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/david-demarest9/support
The Film School Janitors are back in school, and they're going to Nic Cage University! Their goal is to watch and review every film Nicolas Cage has ever made... and will ever make! This week's assignment: DEADFALL In an epic gesture of grand nepotism, Nic Cage takes a scene-chewing role in his brother's crack at a Tarantino-esque film (think more RESERVOIR DOGS than PULP FICTION, which wasn't out yet). Don't know if there was something in the air for all these neo-noir films of the 90's, or not, but this one is watchable mostly because of Nic's "choices" and that's what the Janitors are back in school for.
Seis anos depois do último lançamento de Beyoncé a solo (o fantástico "Lemonade", 2016), a Rainha voltou a deixar o mundo da pop num alvoroço com o seu regresso aos discos de originais. "Renaissance" (2022) é um álbum diferente do antecessor, mas ainda assim tem muitas e inúmeras camadas para dissecar — mais ainda sabendo-se agora que é apenas o Primeiro Ato de uma trilogia. Como não podia deixar de ser, nós aqui pelo Acho Que Vais Gostar Disto não podíamos deixar passar este momento incólume e tivemos de dar dar uma perninha extra e gravar um episódio essencialíssimo para falar sobre as novas canções de Queen B. Na rubrica "Não Passa de Moda", apoiada pela United Boutiques, falámos de "Pulp Fiction" (1994), filme de culto e que valeu o primeiro Óscar (Melhor Argumento) ao realizador Quentin Tarantino. Sabe mais sobre a United Boutiques: https://www.unitedboutiques.com/ Nos Créditos Finais, falámos de: - "Escrítica Pop", livro de crónicas de Miguel Esteves Cardoso - O regresso dos D'ZRT SIGAM-NOS NAS REDES SOCIAIS Instagram (@vaisgostardisto), Twitter (@vaisgostardisto) e TikTok (@vaisgostardisto) Ainda não subscreves a nossa newsletter? Podes subscrevê-la aqui. https://mailchi.mp/ffefab0d5744/avgdpod
Chip Fraser is a local author, screenwriter, producer and teacher, who just came out with his second book, "Looking for Emerald City." Full of insightful observations, commentary and advice, the book covers a wide spectrum of issues with chapters titled "Let the World Go By and Take the Next Bus," and "Happiness.com." He joins the podcast to talk about this book, his recently released film "Timecrafters: The Treasure of Pirate's Cove," starring Denise Richards and Ojai's own Malcolm McDowell," and much more. We talked about his teaching pedagogy for high school students, called "It's Your Life," meant to teach basic life skills and expectations, like managing a bank account, putting together a persuasive resumé and being a decent person. While much curriculum prepares students for the college path, Fraser is instead looking out for those who chose otherwise. He was also a union representative for Ventura County teachers and is still actively involved. The discussion veered off into pop culture references such as "Better Call Saul," "Pulp Fiction," "Godfather." Growing up in Virginia Beach, Fraser was consumed with football as a standout defensive end, before going to Dominion College. Fraser's twin careers included teaching and film-making, having made a film about wrestling starring wrestlers. Fraser has also had a burst of creativity during the pandemic, writing this current book and the soon-to-be-published "It's My Life." We did not talk about cobalt mining, immanetizing the eschaton or jai alai scandals in the 1960s. For further information, check out Chip's website: itsmylife.com and "Looking for Emerald City" on Amazon:
Crime is running rampant in Walnut Grove. Not as rampant as Newton or Deadwood, but Laura has to endure another empty pail when her lunch ends up being stolen twice in the same week. It's not only her, a number of thefts have been committed and the only thing being taken is food. Thus the Ingallas and Garvey detective agency is founded to find the perpetrators. And hilarity ensues as Laura and Andy try to catch the guilty party. From coating the mercantile with flour, pouncing on Mrs. Oleson, or giving Charles a new dye job…these sleuths are anything but super. When the “Creeper” is eventually revealed, it brings up a dilemma as what is right or wrong. Should Laura consider asking Carrie to be a spy more frequently as a way of ditching her sister? What other fun hair colors should Charles consider? Will Bandit prove that he's just as good as being a guard dog as Jack was?
Welcome to another Monday and another new episode of Slashers Podcast! Micah joins Ade for this episode to discuss GRINDHOUSE. Join them to learn the ins and outs of Grindhouse/ exploitation films, as well as their thoughts on the amazing Grindhouse double feature of 2007. If you recall, the films include Death Proof, written and directed by Quentin Tarantino (Reservoir Dogs, Kill Bill, Pulp Fiction) and stars Sydney Tamiia Poitier, Jordan Ladd, Vanessa Ferlito, Kurt Russell, Rose McGowan, Rosario Dawson, Tracie Thoms, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Eli Roth and the badass stuntwoman herself, Zoe Bell (who you may know as Uma Thurman's stunt double from Kill Bill); as well as the balls to the wall Planet Terror, written and directed by Robert Rodriguez (Desperado, From Dusk Till Dawn, Once Upon a Time in Mexico) and stars Rose McGowan, Freddy Rodriguez, Marley Shelton, Tom Savini, Josh Brolin, Michael Beihn, Bruce Willis, Naveen Andrews, Fergie, Jeff Fahey and Micah's all time favorite person, Michael Parks. Find out Ade and Micah's favorite Grindhouse film, find out what they both looked like in the early 2000s, and why you need to view Mad Ron's Prevues from Hell on Netflix to find more gritty, gory, and nasty grindhouse classics. This week's Hidden Track is Stainless Static by Dancing With Ghosts. They are an alternative electronic rock band hailing from Jacksonville, Florida, not too far from Ade's neck of the woods. One of their vocalists, Josh, also hosts his own podcast, Uncovering Unexplained Mysteries that you can listen to on Apple Podcast and Spotify. Ade joined them on their latest episode, so be sure to check it out! You can follow the band on Instagram @dancingwithghostsofficial as well as Facebook. Don't forget to show Micah and Greg some love for their podcast, Damn That's Scary! You can listen to the Damn That's Scary podcast by following this link: linktr.ee/damnthatsscarypod and following them on Instagram @damnthatsscarypod. Thanks for the collab this month; I know we keep dragging Micah on, but he's been such a gem and a trooper. If you ever have feedback or recommendations on future episodes, please let us know at email@example.com. You can always find us on our social media: Instagram, Twitter, Slasher App: @slasherspod Facebook: /slasherspod Reddit: u/slasherspod https://www.youtube.com/c/slasherspodcast You can find our merch, and links to all our online presence here: linktr.ee/slasherspod Theme song is I wanna Die by Mini Meltdowns. https://open.spotify.com/artist/5ZAk6lUDsaJj8EAhrhzZnh ; https://minimeltdowns.bandcamp.com/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/slasherspod/support
This week, we have Cemetery, an episode of the Devil and Mr. O, written by, of course, Arch Oboler. The Devil & Mr. O was a revival of Oboler's Lights Out series from the golden age of radio, using the same stories featured in the original series. Find more about The Beginner's Guide to Pulp Fiction, Volume 2 at https://brickpicklemedia.com/pulpguide2/.
As a writer, you will have to deal with rejection. First, do not beat yourself up emotionally. Second, hit play and hang out with us as we talk about hit movies and television shows rejected by Hollywood's best. Including BACK TO THE FUTURE, PULP FICTION, and STRANGER THINGS.
In this special excerpt of our food podcast, food editor Erin Booke also chats with reporter Claire Ballor and producer Nataly Keo about restaurant robots, TikTok salads and chickpeas, then we answer a listener question about Pulp Fiction-inspired diners in Dallas. Listen to the full episode and follow the show by searching for “Eat Drink D-FW” in your favorite podcast player. You'll find links at dallasnews.com/listen.
Listen in as chef Anastacia Quiñones Pittman of José on Lovers restaurant talks about her approach to Mexican food, and how Dallas has come to love traditional Mexican dishes like aguachiles and mole just as much as they love Tex-Mex. Food editor Erin Booke also chats with reporter Claire Ballor and producer Nataly Keo about restaurant robots, TikTok salads and chickpeas, then we answer a listener question about Pulp Fiction-inspired diners in Dallas.
Hiya pals! What are the earmarks of a good film? We discuss with Mark of 100 Things We learned from Film. We then hear another Rubbish Movie review with Dan Belson of Be There With Belson. Discussion Points: Josh is old, The Song Quiz returns, JarJar, Al Pacino, Pulp Fiction, M. Night's acting, John Travolta's acting, that one Baldwin, Dr. Strange, remake or no remake?, Jason Takes Vancouver.Thanks to:Planty of "100 Things We Learned from Film"Dan Belson of "Be There With Belson" Podcastwith a Special, Special Appearance by John "Whatsup" Watson of "100 Things We Learned from Film"Music: "Wilson Theme", "Wilson Swing", "Wilson Suite, Radio Edit" byJosh Wilson. Super Familiar with The Wilsons Find us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/wilsonspodcast on instagram at instagram.com/superfamiliarwitthewilsonson twitter at https://twitter.com/familiarwilsonsand on YoutubeContact us! firstname.lastname@example.org
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Ok, looters. Time to grab your Big Kahuna cheeseburger and Sprite, and chill in the couch with your friends while listening to the latest special episode of The Movie Loot. In this episode, we talk about Pulp Fiction's iconic scene between Jules (Samuel L. Jackson) and Brett (Frank Whaley). I assure you, this is a tasty podcast! Check it out.All movie clips (c) Miramax Pictures"Jungle Boogie" clip (c) Kool & the Gang and Mercury"The Number of the Beast" clip (c) Iron Maiden and EMI"Misirlou" clip (c) Dick Dale and the Del-Tones
Elvis Presley remains one the most popular rock and roll performers since the inception of rock and roll – his music dominated the pop music landscape in the 1950's and he remained a rock & roll icon through his unfortunate death in 1977. His life has been dissected, discussed, and of course has been portrayed in several movies going back decades. Acclaimed Australian filmmaker Buz Luhrmann (Romeo & Juliet, Moulin Rouge) directs this latest version, an epic biopic about the rise and fall of the man known to many as “The King” who is played by up-and-coming young actor Austin Butler. Tom Hanks also co-stars as “Colonel” Tom Parker who would become Elvis manager throughout most of his career. And what results is 160 minutes of high energy insanity featuring tons of memorable music – Elvis has ENTERED the building! https://livingforthecinema.com/Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/Living-for-the-Cinema-Podcast-101167838847578Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/livingforthecinema/Letterboxd:https://letterboxd.com/Living4Cinema/
35 years! Full Metal Jacket was released 35 years ago, can you guys believe? In this episode, we're beyond excited to break down the ending of Stanley Kubrick's 1987 war epic (with the help of your voice notes). But that's not all. We spend the first half of the episode talking about:Emma Thompson's latest offbeat comedy sex-positive film “Good Luck To You, Leo Grande”Our reactions to and predictions for “The Boys” Season 3Ewan McGregor's not so greatest hits (we still love him
About P. David Ebersole: He is an award-winning independent filmmaker and television director working in both narrative and documentary. His credits include the documentary HIT SO HARD (2012) about drummer Patty Schemel of the seminal grunge band Hole. Along with his husband and business partner Todd Hughes, he is Executive Producer and Director of several documentaries including the new, MY NAME IS LOPEZ (2021) about trailblazing Latino rock and roller Trini Lopez. His debut novel, 99 Miles From LA, is a fast-paced, noir caper with a fresh twist. It has everything you want a crime story to have, including a bi-sexual love triangle and more double-crosses than Pulp Fiction! In this episode, Mike and P. David discuss: David's background as a filmmaker and making the transition to becoming a novelist How winning an award can change your life The author's motivation for making a documentary about Patty Schemel's life Palm Strings as the setting of 99 Miles from L.A. Key Takeaways: Winning an award can serve as validation that someone else appreciates what you're doing and believes you'll succeed. Validation is important for storytellers of all stripes. Choose a life story that deals with a person's struggles and how he overcomes them, or a societal issue. These are extremely relatable to the general public and have the potential to move people's hearts and minds. Being a part of a community and being immersed in its system, culture, and visual elements can inspire you to choose that location as the setting for your story. "Just do it…someone will always say something to you that will make you stop. So, the important thing is you've got to power through, you gotta get through, you got to get to the end, and then you can go back." – P. David Ebersole Connect with P. David Ebersole Website: http://ebersolehughes.com/ Twitter: http://twitter.com/ebersolehughes Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Ebersole-Hughes-Company/297978877676 YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/ebersolehughes/videos?view=0&flow=grid Grab a copy of 99 Miles from L.A: Amazon Bookshop.org Connect with Mike Carlon: Website: https://uncorkingastory.com/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSvS4fuG3L1JMZeOyHvfk_g Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/uncorkingastory/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/uncorkingastory Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/uncorkingastory LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/uncorking-a-story/ Audio production by Turnkey Podcast Productions. You're the expert. Your podcast will prove it.
WARNING: This movie is rated R and contains very mature, intense, and disturbing scenes. While we go into these scenes with more warnings and less details than necessary, we do still go into them. This week, Jules and Vincent talk about Pulp Fiction! ...Did we say Jules and Vincent? Sorry, we meant Annabelle and Matt. This week's episode is Matt's choice, so we'll be diving into.. well, you already know it is.
Uma Thurman es una actriz, productora y modelo estadounidense. Thurman saltó a la fama internacional con su papel de Mia Wallace en Pulp Fiction de Quentin Tarantino, por la que fue nominada al Premio de la Academia, y al Globo de Oro a la Mejor Actriz de Reparto. Es, sin lugar a dudas, una de las personalidades más reconocidas de la farándula de Hollywood, y hoy nos alimentaremos con sus palabras: Técnicamente es un fracaso cuando no lo intentas.
Saluton! Estas mi Tyson Saner, and I welcome you to this episode of Succotash which happens to be #310. I will be your host this week. Last week, Executive Producer, Show Creator, my co-host, and your every-other-show-host Marc Hershon brought you a quartet of soundcast clips from the soundcasts known as Big Facts, No Cap, CoDependent, Penn's Sunday School, and Penny For Your Thoughts. It's a fun show and I urge you to check it out at your earliest convenience. As with all our shows, including this one — eventually —you can find them on pretty much every podcast platform. The most common examples include Apple & Google Podcasts, Stitcher, Amazon Music, Audible.com, iHeart Radio, YouTube, Soundcloud, Podbay, and Podchaser. You can also find the episode by going to our homesite, which is SuccotashShow.com. But right now you are listening to THIS week's show which, as earlier stated is #310, and coming up for you within it are clips from the soundcasts What'd You Do This Weekend?, I Hear Voices, and Kill Me Now with Judy Gold. (Hence the show's title for this week: "Question, Listen, Kill"…) And, of course, we will have a classic advertisement from our longtime FAKE sponsor "Henderson's Pants" for their Flying Jodhpurs. I know you're anxious to hear what I have in store for you so here they are… CLIPS What'd You Do This Weekend? What'd You Do This Weekend? is a hilarious podcast with cartoonist Hilary Campbell and writer Derek Boeckelmann who are obviously best friends who are also very, very funny. Every week they'll answer that age-old question: "What did you do this weekend?" With tales of New York vs LA, delivery vs. pickup, boys vs. girls, each week Hilary and Derek invite guests to get into every aspect of what it means to be alive from Friday night to Monday morning. Our clip is from their June 6th, 2022, Episode 10: What'd You Do This Weekend? with Vivian Martinez and "Tiny Margaritaville!", featuring a section of their discussion of The Bratz Movie. I Hear Voices Animated characters have befriended our imaginations since childhood, but have you ever wondered, "Who is the person behind that VOICE?" I Hear Voices is a celebration of our favorite voices in animation, video games, anime, and more! Hosted by the dynamic Kim Possible duo, Christy Carlson Romano (Even Stevens, Big Hero 6) and Will Friedle (Boy Meets World, Batman Beyond), it's your weekly dose of hilarious conversation with a dash of nostalgia. Plus, each episode features a playful segment where Christy, Will, and their guests interact with the audience and create voices for original characters! I clip fromfrom their May 6th, 2022 epi entitled "The Voice of SAMURAI JACK was in Pulp Fiction!" with guest Phil Lamarr (Samurai Jack AKA Green Lantern AKA Static Shock AKA Hermes, to name a few…) He's an absolute legendary actor on camera and in voice-over. He credits his experience in improv prepared him for transitioning into voice-over. In this clip, host Will Friedle discusses feelings of inadequacy when comparing himself to other actors… Kill Me Now with Judy Gold A weekly podcast, Kill Me Now is hosted by award-winning comedian and writer, Judy Gold. Since Judy always seems to be pissed-off about something, she thought why not interview celebrities about what makes them angry - from the extraordinary to the mundane. The snippet I've clipped is from March 14th, 2022, Epi341, and features Malcolm Nance, who just may be the most interesting man in the world. And this epoisode is just Part 1 of his convo with Judy! And here we are again at the end of another episode. I do hope you find some enjoyment within somewhere. Something that you will remember after you have left this listening space. Perhaps something that will inspire you to check out the full versions of the soundcasts you heard in this episode. Perhaps other episodes from the soundcasts you heard with different guests… or perhaps other soundcasts featuring the guest you heard… it's difficult to say. I've already got ideas of what I will be bringing you in 2 weeks, but until then, consider subscribing to us wherever you can, tune in next week for Marc Hershon's episode 311, be decent to each other, go to www.tysonsaner.com for all the other stuff I am involved in if you are interested in that…and if someone asks you if you've heard anything memorable lately won't you please pass the Succotash? — Tyson Saner
We're now in a bear market... But today's Stansberry Investor Hour episode won't focus on that. Instead, Dan has a unique guest whose rousing words will be a respite from the recent market carnage. Vitaliy Katsenelson is the CEO of value-investing firm Investment Management Associates. He's the author of two books and an award-winning writer featured in publications like the Financial Times and Barron's. However, Vitaliy describes himself as a "student of life." And he has just released his third book, called Soul in the Game: The Art of a Meaningful Life. As a classical-music lover, Vitaliy had a revelation when writing about the travails faced by some of his favorite composers during their own creative processes – from being compared with a former great to pioneering a piece that broke the rules. It's about learning how to push past the anxiety and forge your own path in life and investing... In any profession, there's always going to be somebody who's considered to be the "greatest" whatever... It's so easy for us to just copy Warren Buffett. Instead, what we should be doing is we should be looking at how Warren Buffett is thinking. Also, we should not be afraid to think on our own... You can look at the way Buffett invests, and you can actually build your own path. The learning process can be complicated. But as Dan chimes in, "Things worth doing take time." He and Vitaliy also talk about the importance of repetition – whether it's rereading Nassim Taleb's book to unpeel its complicated layers or watching Pulp Fiction on repeat to understand the hype. In this episode, Vitaliy also shares concepts from Soul in the Game, such as striking the right balance between art and craft in life. And he gives what might be the shortest answer ever (just two words!) to Dan's "Final Question."
“Years later Quentin Tarantino picked a song out that we recorded called Comanche and it got in Pulp Fiction, the movie.” Merrell Fankhauser is an American singer, songwriter and guitarist, who wrote Wipe Out and was most active in the 1960s and 1970s with bands including the Impacts, Merrell & the Exiles, HMS Bounty, Fankhauser-Cassidy Band, and Mu. Merrell discusses making music, playing guitar, UFO's, hanging with Willie Nelson and the music industry. Support Road Dog Podcast by: 1. Joining the Patreon Community: https://www.patreon.com/roaddogpodcast 2. Subscribe to the podcast on whatever platform you listen on. Merrell And Willie Nelson Wipe Out: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OEezS2hgRO4 Allwedoisrun.com Merrell Fankhauser Contact Info: Book: https://www.amazon.com/Calling-Star-Merrell-Fankhauser/dp/1908728388 Luis Escobar (Host) Contact: email@example.com Luis Instagram Kevin Lyons (Producer) Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org yesandvideo.com Music: Slow Burn by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Original RDP Photo: Photography by Kaori Peters kaoriphoto.com Road Dog Podcast Adventure With Luis Escobar www.roaddogpodcast.com
[School of Movies 2022] The third in the Rage Cage trinity, released less than a month after Con Air, this movie saw our boy Nick set against John Travolta, who was at the time flying high on the success of Pulp Fiction a few years previously. The premise of "Good guy wears bad guy's face" is completely nuts for a start, but what it allows us to see onscreen is two extremely intense actors performing as both a wackadoo international terrorist-for-hire and the broken, obsessed FBI agent hellbent on revenge. Science and physics are utterly abandoned in favour of comic book logic, but the proceedings remained nonetheless a slick bullet ballet just oozing with star-power as the two leads try to out-weird each other. Action maestro John Woo had only just begun to direct films for a western audience (following Hard Target and Broken Arrow) but this might be the most fondly remembered. Guests Hollywoo Actress Maya Souris @Mayasantandrea Jason "Chewie" Slate @TheManaPool
On this episode of the Penny Bloom Podcast, hosted by Colton Robertson, Joseph George, and Tavarus Pennington, we continue our 52 year journey through film and our exploration of the year 1994 with "Pulp Fiction." Tarantino's seminal work, we reflect on its highs and lows.
Should've been a three-way tie or was pulp fiction robbed by waters down Forrest Gump and the jfk scene or should've been just Gump fiction. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/drzeusfilmpodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/drzeusfilmpodcast/support
Ben and Bob talk summer entertainment (blockbuster movies, outdoor concerts) before doing a deep dive into the 1955 noir masterpiece “Kiss Me Deadly”. The film stars Ralph Meeker as private detective, Mike Hammer, investigating a shadowy conspiracy with brute force and the help of a sexy sidekick. Mike learns that both the Feds and some sort of sinister organization are racing to find a mysterious case dubbed “The Great Whatzit”. Since it must be something big, Mike wants a piece of the action but he has no clue what's in store. Even if you haven't seen this one, you've undoubtedly seen it's influence in everything from Raiders of the Lost Ark to Pulp Fiction. We invite you to stare into the blinding light with us on this episode of SSOS.
Getting older is no joke. In fact, maybe this episode's topic (the fear of aging) is what drove our co-hosts Mike and Sean to take "vacation"... Maybe we'll never know. But whatever the case, our guest this week stepped up in a big way to deliver the goods! In a previous life, Dustin Baker was a rugby star, bartender, bouncer, reader, writer, and semi-serious Shakespeare scholar. Today, he's a high school language arts teacher who explores this week's topic through the prism of pop culture. He shares a poem by H.W. Longfellow; a novella by Fredrik Backman; music by The Steeldrivers, Israel “IZ” Kamakawiwoʻole and Faces; words from Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl; and a seminal scene from "Pulp Fiction." (Future guests: the bar has officially been set very, very high.)
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In this Episode: Our Heroes say what, one more goddamn time. Then snag a bowl of Fruit Brute and chief a huge unfiltered Red Apple. That's right! It's all Pulp Fiction, all the time! Tune in for the shenanigans... w-what?! Follow Us: Our Website Twitter Instagram Facebook Items discussed (links to more info): Note - if the below links don't work in your podcast player please visit the show page at: https://ebd.fm/episodes/160 Ray Liotta Alan White Andy Fletcher (Depeche Mode) Narc Goodfellas Clone Wars Stanley Tucci Thermos Song Fruit Brute Kill Bill K-Billy Guardians James Gunn Big Lebowski Rogan Scorcese Maron Polanski 9th Gate Footlose Pianist Chinatown Rosemary's Baby Korben Dallas Snatch Pitt Infinity Stones Max von Sydow Face Off Get Shorty 6 degrees Kevin Bacon Tin Star Lie to Me She Hulk Ruffalo Rufio Caprica Legend of 1900 Road House Surplus City John Wick Texas Chainsaw Massacre It's Pat Natural Born Killers True Romance Killing Zoe
Acomi and Turk182 talk about what songs they want played at their funerals and the need to make your own funeral CD. Take control of the last thing you can, after you no longer have the ability to take control of anything. The two talk about sequels made for movies that didn't need a sequel, like American Psycho 2. Contrastly, they both fully recognize movies like Aliens (1986), which was an unnecessary movie that is amazing. From there, they decide to make the worst sequels to movies that didn't need sequels. Sequels that no one ever, ever wanted. Steel Magnolias 2. Titanic 2: Electric Boogaloo. The Shining 2: Shine On. Face Off 2: Face On. Pulp Fiction 2. Old Yeller 2. Oldboy 2: Olderboy. Reservoir Dogs 2. And, an Acomi creation 80s Bully the Movie. #OMTWF #Acomi #Turk182 #KorovaEntertainment #funeralmusic #moviesequels #badmoviesequels #SteelMagnolias #Titanic #TheShining #FaceOff #PulpFiction #OldYeller #Oldboy #ReservoirDogs Follow Acomi on Twitter at @AcomiDraws and on Instagram at AcomiDraws. Follow Turk182 on Twitter at @Turk182_KE and on Instagram at Turk182_KE.
Holy cow! This episode is jam packed with good stuff. Greg takes a deep dive into the White Sox current line up and is ready to give up on the team. Vinnie breaks down why the Cubs are giving him hope, and Justin disappoints the guys with just how little he knows about gangster movies. Famous 57s - 3:43Greg's Hot Takes - 13:45White Sox Talk - 34:18 Cubs Talk - 49:19Joc Pederson VS Tommy Pham - 57:05Who's Hot / Who's Not - 1:03:01Best Gangster Movies - 1:13:48— Contact Us!Email: email@example.comTwitter: @BaseballAndWhatInstagram: @BaseballAndWhateverFacebook: www.facebook.com/baseballandwhateverText Line/Voicemail - 913-808-3278 (FART) __We'd like to thank our new partner, In The Clutch for joining up with us here on Baseball and Whatever. In The Clutch is an awesome sports apparel company that is known for their licensed MLB, Negro League, and MLS apparel along with great shirts to rep your favorite retro hockey, baseball, football teams. Even better, head to www.intheclutch.com now and at checkout use promo code “BASEBALLANDWHAT” to get 10% your order. How great is that?— Want some official Baseball and Whatever merchandise? We have hoodies, shirts, and even COFFEE MUGS! Go to - www.bonfire.com/baseballandwhatever—Our SponsorCheck out www.bellyupsports.com Be sure to check out the new Belly Up TV Roku App to watch our show on Sunday afternoons!
Pour ce rôle, Samuel L. Jackson avait passé une première audition. Alors quand il est rappelé pour une deuxième audition, il s'y rend confiant, persuadé que c'est bon. Sauf qu'en déboulant au casting, il y a un autre acteur dans la salle d'attente qui lui aussi a été convoqué, car il est encore en lice pour jouer Jules. Cette saison, les Grosses Têtes vous proposent de découvrir ou redécouvrir le nouveau podcast de Florian Gazan. Dans "Ah Ouais ?", Florian Gazan répond en une minute chrono à toutes les questions essentielles, existentielles, parfois complètement absurdes, qui vous traversent la tête. Un podcast RTL Originals. Découvrez la page Facebook Officielle des "Grosses Têtes" : https://www.facebook.com/lesgrossestetesrtl/ Retrouvez vos "Grosses Têtes" sur Instagram : https://bit.ly/2hSBiAo Découvrez le compte Twitter Officiel des "Grosses Têtes" : https://bit.ly/2PXSkkz Toutes les vidéos des "Grosses Têtes" sont sur YouTube : https://bit.ly/2DdUyGg
On this episode of X-Ray Vision, Jason Concepcion and Rosie Knight cuddle up for a covid comfort watch! That's right, both Jason AND Rosie have the novel coronavirus covid-19 this week, but they powered through to give the people what they need. First in Previously On (6:13), Jason and Rosie dive deep (deeeeep) into the trailer for She-Hulk: Attorney-at-Law that sent gamma waves across the internet, offering comics lore, analysis on why She-Hulk will be a great addition to the MCU, and, of course, tons of theories for what could unfold. Then, (super) producer Chris joins to discuss the overall disappointing Halo finale, why it's always worth splurging on the CGI budget, and Pablo Schreiber's keister. In the Airlock (42:22), Jason, Rosie, and Chris are joined by other (super) producer Saul (who did indeed just refer to himself in third person as a super producer) to discuss some of their favorite comfort watches in times of illness. Stay safe & mask up all!Tune in every Friday and don't forget to Hulk Smash the Follow button!Nerd Out Submission Instructions!Send a short pitch and 2-3 minute voice memo recording to firstname.lastname@example.org that answers the following questions: 1) How did you get into/discover your ‘Nerd Out?' (2) Why should we get into it too? (3) What's coming soon in this world that we can look forward to or where can we find it?Follow Jason: twitter.com/netw3rkFollow Crooked Uncultured on Twitter & IGRosie Knight (maybe!!) will be at Pulp Fiction in Long Beach for Transformers Day on May 21 – details here!Listener's GuideShe-Hulk by Dan Slott – written by Slott with illustrations by Paul Pelletier, Juan Bobillo, & Scott Kolins; collects She-Hulk 2004 1-12 & She-Hulk 2005 1-5. Individual issues are available on Marvel Unlimited or the omnibus is available various places online.She-Hulk by Soule & Pulido – written by Charles Soule, illustrated by various including Javier Pulido with covers and illustrations by Kevin Wada, colors by Muntsa Vicente, & letters by Clayton Cowles. Available on Amazon/comixology & individual issues on Marvel Unlimited.Patsy Walker aka Hellcat – Written by Kate Leth with art by Brittney Williams, colors by Megan Wilson and letters by Joe Sabino & Clayton Cowles. Available on Marvel Unlimited or online.___With our constitutionally protected right to abortion under attack, abortion funds are working nonstop to make sure people can still access (and afford) abortion.Visit votesaveamerica.com/roe to learn more, donate, and take action.
Consumers today are inundated with so much promotional messaging and content in the marketplace that they often don't know where to look or who to trust. In this episode, Brian interviews author, speaker and entrepreneur Ron Tite about his new book and learns what organizations must do to seize the attention of and build trust with customers in this busy world. YOU WILL LEARN:· The importance of authentic brand belief. · The steps a small business can take to stand out.· The five questions every business narrative should answer. MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE: “Think Do Say,” by Ron Titehttps://www.amazon.com/Think-Do-Say-seize-attention/dp/1989025714/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=ron+tite&qid=1652439378&sr=8-1 MasterMindhttps://www.buffiniandcompany.com/events/mastermind-summit/ “The Imaginary Girlfriend,” by John Irvinghttps://www.amazon.com/The-Imaginary-Girlfriend/dp/B00JDNQ6ZS/ref=tmm_aud_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1652645567&sr=8-1 “Pulp Fiction”https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0110912/ “Cinema Paradiso”https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0095765/?ref_=fn_al_tt_1NOTEWORTHY QUOTES FROM THIS EPISODE: “A brand belief is really - what do you fundamentally believe in? And what do you believe in that goes beyond the thing you sell but that is strategically aligned to the thing you sell?” – Ron Tite “The way you can evaluate whether your brand belief is strategically linked to the thing you sell is to connect the two with the word ‘so'.” – Ron Tite “It should never be about just winning the battle for time. It should be about both standing out and capturing attention while building trust.” – Ron Tite “You are defined by the actions you take, not by the supposed philosophies you fundamentally believe.” – Ron Tite “What is the one thing you do that connects your purpose to where you make money?” – Ron Tite See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On this episode of X-Ray Vision, Jason Concepcion and Rosie Knight open up the mailbag of madness! First in Previously On (3:09), Jason and Rosie discuss the Avatar 2 trailer, the new Ms. Marvel teaser and the MCU's changes to her powers, and celebrate the lives of Neal Adams & George Pérez, two legends of comics who sadly passed away recently. In the Airlock (20:45), Jason and Rosie dive deep (deeeep) into the mailbag to answer YOUR questions (and some of their own) for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. Finally, in Hive Mind (1:17:57) Jason and Rosie interview Multiverse of Madness & Loki screenwriter Michael Waldron, touching on the influence of wrestling in Michael's work, how Mad Men's Don Draper helped him write Doctor Strange, what it was like to work with Sam Raimi, and confirming some of our recommendations from the Multiverse of Madness reading list. Tune in every Friday and don't forget to Hulk Smash the Follow button!Nerd Out Submission Instructions!Send a short pitch and 2-3 minute voice memo recording to email@example.com that answers the following questions: 1) How did you get into/discover your ‘Nerd Out?' (2) Why should we get into it too? (3) What's coming soon in this world that we can look forward to or where can we find it?Follow Jason: twitter.com/netw3rkFollow Crooked Uncultured on Twitter & IGRosie Knight will be at Pulp Fiction in Long Beach for Transformers Day on May 21 – details here!Listener's GuideNEAL ADAMSBatman (beginning with Detective Comics #395, 1970) with Dennis O'Neil, inks by various including Dick Giordano, and letters by various including Ben Oda – re-establishing a darker, grittier tone for the masked vigilante.Green Arrow / Green Lantern (beginning with issue #76, April 1970) with Dennis O'Neil, inks by various including Frank Giacoia, colors by Cory Adams, & letters by John Costanza – Lantern & Arrow take a socially-conscious journey across the US.X-Men (beginning with X-Men #56, 1969) with Roy Thomas and ink by Tom Palmer and letters by Herb Cooper.GEORGE PÉREZCrisis on Infinite Earths (1985) with Marv Wolfman and inks by Dick Giordano, Mike DeCarlo, and Jerry Ordway.Teen Titans (The New Teen Titans #1, 1980) with Marv Wolfman, inks by Romeo Tanghal, colors by Adrienne Roy, letters by Ben Oda.Infinity Gauntlet (1991) with writer Jim Starlin and co-pencilled by Ron Lim, inks by various, colors by Jack Morelli, letters by Max Scheele & Ian Laughlin.Wonder Woman (1986) - Reinvigorated WW alongside co-writer Len Wein and inker Bruce Patterson, for an unforgettable near 5 year long run.DIRE WRAITHS OR NOT? + STRANGE ACADEMY + HULKRom the Space Knight – A Parker bros. toy (designed by Bing McCoy) turned comics hero in the eponymous series (1979-1986) by Bill Mantlo & Sal Buscema; currently owned by Hasbro.Strange Academy (#1, March 2020) – Skottie Young (writer), Humberto Ramos (pencils & inks), Edgar Delgado (colors), Clayton Cowles (letters).Incredible Hulk #140 (1971) - Harlan Ellison (writer), Roy Thomas (writer), Herb Trimpe (penciler), Sam Grainger (inker), Artie Simek (letterer). KANG COMICSAvengers #267-269 (1986) – Roger Stern (writer), John Buscema (breakdowns), Tom Palmer (finishes), Howard Mackie (assistant editor), Mark Gruenwald (editor).Avengers: The Terminatrix Objective (1993) – Mark Gruenwald (writer), Mike Gustovich (pencils), Bud LaRosa (inker), Chris Matthys (colorist), Steve Dutro (letters).Timeless (2021) – Jed Mackay (writer), Kev Walker (art), Greg Land (art), Jay Leisten (art), Mark Bagley (art), Andrew Hennessy (art), Marte Garcia (colors), VC's Ariana Maher (letters).West Coast Avengers: Outta Time (#17-24) – Steve Englehart (writer), Al Milgrom (pencils), Joe Sinnott / Kim DeMulder / Romeo Tanghal / Mike Machlan (inks), Ken Feduniewicz (colors), Janice Chieng (letters), Mark Gruenwald (editor). ___With our constitutionally protected right to abortion under attack, abortion funds are working nonstop to make sure people can still access (and afford) abortion.Visit votesaveamerica.com/roe to learn more, donate, and take action.