We've all been told how important having "quiet time" is - but if you're honest, we bet quiet time is somewhere on your "I'll get around to it" list. We know it's there, we know it's something that would maybe sort-a kinda be useful for us, but who has the time? And besides, how is being quiet supposed to help anyway?This week, Townsend and Preacher Man try to sift through the discussion on quiet time and come to an understand on just what it is and what it's meant for. Be sure to listen to the discussion and and your own thoughts too!Got a question you want answered or a topic you'd like to hear Townsend and Preacher Man muse on? Let them know at firstname.lastname@example.org !Intro music: "Royalty Free Music from Bensound"
The Plotaholics' Listeners' Choice Halloween is in full swing! This week the guys sit down for some double duty as they discuss A Quiet Place parts One and Two. In this film Jim Halpert is battling angry alien Bat-Dogs! Nah nah nah nah nah BAT-DOGS! Also there's a special announcement about future programming! There's a lot going on in this episode! And, if you've never seen either movie this is your SPOILER ALERT! A Quiet Place and A Quiet Place Part Two are available on Paramount+ now.Support the show (https://plotaholics.com)
It's Take Over Tuesday where you the listener run the podcast.Email, Comment on Twitter or Comment on YouTube and DJ will talk about your comment on the Take Over Tuesday Podcast. A movie you liked? A Movie you hated? A favorite scene? Got some new Home Theater gear? Comments about past Bright Side Home Theater podcasts? Anything Home Theater, just let him know.Now just Push Play to start talking Home Theater, this is YOUR podcast.To Help Support the Podcast you can sign up for a Monthly Donation HERE to become a Patreon Member
Welcome one and all to Creepy Cove Community Church, the only horror themed church on the planet (as far as we know). This is the FULL SERVICE...if you just want the 'sermon/ talk' then check out the SERMON ONLY version next to this one. Rupert Donk opens tonight's service with some words of extreme caution regarding the dangerous peak on which the church stands. Then we have a special impromptu guest called Ash Williams, who we saw running out of the forest, holding a chainsaw and a shotgun. What on earth could the young scamp have been up to? A party for the youth, we should imagine. Though one wonders if there might be a more sinister reason for the blood on his clothes and chin. Next, Annabelle, the little haunted doll, delivers our Bible Reading, then Peter hops up to the microphone to share some thoughts on 'Dealing with Rejection'.There's a vaguely 'Five Nights at Freddies' meditation after that and then a prayer. Until the service is closed with Ash himself, who offers to sing a smooth bossa nova called 'How Could I Have Known (A Love Song For Linda after I Chopped her Head Off by Ash from The Evil Dead). What a convoluted title, ey? Finally, Peter and Rupert talk about the humble Garibaldi biscuit brand...then it's the end of the service. Thanks for listening. If you appreciate the *crazy hard work it takes to make this FREE show* then please consider joining our Patreon. You'll get various extras and help us keep Creepy Cove going. Thank you!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/creepycove)
Support This Podcast On Patreon In this episode I get to have a catch up with my good friend David Kline. In this revealing chat we go on a journey through the murky world of script writing and get to hear about his latest, soon to be filmed project "Housejackers". Video Interview Here Also you get reviews of: The Immortal, The Tomorrow War, Black Widow, Werewolves Within, Quiet Place 2, The Duke, Jungle Cruise, Into The Ashes, The Boy Behind The Door, Those Who Wish Me Dead, Pig, The Suicide Squad, Fear Street Pt 1, PT2, Danger Close, Beckett, The Guilty, Count Me In, My Son, The Final Girls, The Hitman's Apprentice & Candyman. Also series reviews of Lupin, Stumptown & Black Monday. This Is Movie Bollocks. David & Myself on The Reducer Podcast
At the same time they were writing the soon-to-be-hit-film, A Quiet Place, writer/directors Scott Beck and Bryan Woods were toiling away on this nasty thriller. Evocative of movies like Hostel and Saw, it's no surprise that Eli Roth decided to nurture and produce Haunt. We're looking forward to more horror in the future from this duo.
Episode #76 - Welcome to HORROR VEIN's HALLOWEEN CELEBRATION! This week your hosts Robert Massetti and Don Fisher review the classic horror film 'HALLOWEEN 2' directed by Rick Rosenthal. The film stars Jamie Lee Curtis, Donald Pleasence, and Charles Cyphers. We also read HORROR VEIN MAIL with a bunch of new surprises from our listeners. And we discuss the new movie 'A QUIET PLACE 2'. It's all fun for the horror and Halloween fan so take a listen if you dare! For more Horror visit our Official Website at HorrorVein.com Hosts: Robert Massetti and Don Fisher Produced by Robert Massetti Published by FEAR FILM Studios Podcast Network
Shhhh..... the giant aliens who hate sound might hear us! That's right, we are kicking off season six of Revenge of the Sequel with A Quiet Place 2! After a long wait and multiple pandemic reschedules, we talk about John Krasinski and the timeliness of the story! John, Andrew, and Manny are joined by guest Brent! Support the pod at www.patreon.com/delfinpod Follow us @DelfinPod Get 20% OFF @manscaped + Free Shipping with promo code DELFINPOD at MANSCAPED.com! #ad #manscapedpod
Featured Guests: Letteney and Dom Come join us this week for a very quiet podcast in which we whisper all our thoughts.... Kidding! We'd all totally be dead in the apocalypse. Just like Vito, who unfortunately was unable to join us for this episode. Way to go man. BUT, starting out our new HALLOWEEN-themed series we're talking about A Quiet Place, from 2018. Jim Halpert's - sorry, John Krazinski's - first foray into horror alongside his real life wife, Emily Blunt, was a surprising success in the box office and a really fascinating new entry in the apocalypse-horror genre; and more importantly, showed dads everywhere that only in an apocalypse will they finally have silence. What do you think, is this the daddest dad movie that ever dadded? YOU MAY THINK YES, but does everyone? Now SHHH!! Find a partner, share your headphones, and motion at strangers to listen to our episode! Whatever you do though, don't make a sound... Find us at www.nyfmovies.com, email us at email@example.com and find our socials HERE
Before the rise of the Delta Variant, we had the chance to see a few movies in theaters, A Quiet Place part 2, F9, Black Widow, The Suicide Squad, and Candyman to name a few. We hope to have episodes on all of those out soon. A Quiet Place Part 2, directed by John Krasinski, as well as starring him briefly along with Emily Blunt, Cillian Murphy, and Millicent Simmonds A Quiet Place II, John Krasinski, World Premiere was 3/8/2020, covid delayed release theatrically to 5/28/2021 This is a continuation of the first film with a few more hints at more of the overall backstory about what led to the post-apocalyptic world the movie takes place in. A worthwhile sequel, but some aspects I feel could have used a little more attention. The opening sequence depicting the arrival was done very well. I have always been a fan of the slow transition from normal to invasion, for lack of a better term. You know a secret that the characters don't but there's nothing you can do but watch and wait. War of the Worlds, both the original and Spielberg's remake, and M. Night's “Signs” are perfect examples of this as well. It sets up great tension in otherwise mundane and routine tasks, as seen in this film, going to the store and watching a little league baseball game. The fireball in the sky was ominous, but not over the top and I liked how people didn't “freak out” but more hastily moved on with a hint of urgency instead of all out chaos. This did a good job of filling in some missing details the audience wanted after watching the first film. It also very naturally and subtly added a moment that would payoff later between Millicent Simmonds and Cillian Murphy later in the film using the ASL gesture for “Dive.” The reintroduction of Cillian Murphy's character and the violent group at the marina did a great job of building out the world we got a glimpse of in the first film. Most of the encounters are with people who have lost hope and are just trying to survive, by any means necessary, even if it is at the expense of someone else. The sequences with the creatures were more frightening and visceral that we've seen and had a lot of good jump scares to go along with that. At the beginning, it seemed at times that John Krasinki's character was more aware of the creatures' sensitivity to sound that he should have been during the first wave of the attack. The son character seemed out of place as if the filmmakers were not sure what to do with his character. Also, what was up with the jump scare revealing that Cillian Murphy's character kept his wife's body at the compound? It was a beat that was not explained, nor did it go anywhere. The film's abrupt end is in line with the first film, but one half of the Brothers Brotastic felt there should be a little more breathing room. Clearly seeing the first film is a prerequisite, but it may have helped to recap some things at the beginning. I did not have a chance to rewatch the first film, so any themes or carryovers from Part 1 may not be immediately obvious, and connections may be missed. Overall, this was a worthwhile sequel. It was nuanced while maintaining the same look and feel as the original film. It did not stray too far from what people loved about its predecessor and breathed in some new life that looks to take this film into a much anticipated Part 3. I overall felt my experience seeing this film physically was a little lackluster, and I'm not sure if that is because of the movie, or if it was being back in the theater for the first time in months and maybe being kind of scared, but I'm glad I saw this in theaters, and would be willing to watch this again. 2 tickets.
It's October again and what better way to kick off the spookiest month of the year than with one of the spookiest horror films in recent years. DJ quietly lets you know that just because a scene is quiet it doesn't mean it can't be dynamic. PODCAST Time StampsA Quiet Place Review - 1:00Scene Reviews- 4:40To Help Support the Podcast you can sign up for a Monthly Donation HERE to become a Patreon Member
Velkommen til episode 167, hvor vi endelig kan tage afsked med Daniel Craigs inkarnation af James Bond. Endelig fordi No Time To Die har været udskudt utallige gange, men endelig er her. Så ser vi også nærmere på Mike Flanagans nye serie Midnight Mass, samt den VOD aktuelle A Quiet Place part 2. Derudover har vi nyheder og Han Duo Jokes. 00:00:00: Intro 00:10:40: A Quiet Place 2 anmeldelse 00:26:20: Midnight Mass anmeldelse 00:43:10: No Time to Die anmeldelse 01:03:55: Nyheder 01:12:55: Han Duo Jokes 01:16:05: Karakter og afslutning 01:24:30: SPOILER anmeldelse af Midnight Mass 01:34:25: SPOILER anmeldelse af No Time to Die God fornøjelse Kh Elias & Jacob Denne episode er klippet af Mie Brandstrup
This week Char and Kelly dive into Char's favourite franchise once more, by watching A Quiet Place Part II from 2021! Our horror movie discussion revolves around the women taking matters into their own hands during this sequel, the heightened stakes of the film, and what we hope to see in the third (and final?) installment of the series. *Content Warning: child death, violence, and ableism Hosts: Charlene Bayer & Kelly Wright Producer: Charlene Bayer Editor: Kelly Wright Logo Design: Kelly Wright Featured Film: A Quiet Place Part II (2021) Featured Cocktail: Peachy Beyond The Sea Featured Products: MadLab Distilling's Honey Pomelo bitters were used in today's episode madlabdistilling.com ! Use code EVIL10 for 10% off your purchase at evilamysterrorshop.com Drinking and Screaming is a queer and feminist weekly horror movie review podcast that's typically released every Monday. If you'd like to support our show, please subscribe for free in iTunes' Apple Podcasts (or wherever you get your podcasts from) and leave us a review! Tell your friends about us! Drinking and Screaming will always be free for everyone, for more information visit our website at www.drinkingandscreaming.com. You can support the show and buy Drinking And Screaming merch at https://drinkingandscreaming.threadless.com/ For our fans that want to help make this show the best it can be, please consider becoming a patron at www.patreon.com/drinkandscream. Reach out to us if you have any movies you want us to review, cool cocktail suggestions, or any other ideas you want to share! It's our goal to feature local products and ingredients in our cocktails whenever possible, and we are happy to partner with local distilleries and breweries! Thanks for listening to Drinking and Screaming, and remember: Always Scream Responsibly! Our theme music is courtesy of: “Ouroboros” and "Classic Horror 3" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Find out more at www.drinkingandscreaming.com Find out more at https://drinkingandscreaming.pinecast.co
Hanna und Adam sind wieder einmal enttäuscht von der aktuellen Episode „On the Inside“ von The Walking Dead. Die Geschichte rund um Connie im Horrorhaus und Daryl bei den Reapern kann keine Begeisterung bei den beiden Podcastern hervorrufen. An welche Serien, Filme oder Games neben Lost, The Last of Us oder A Quiet Place erinnert Euch die Episode? See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
A Quiet Place: Makes Some Noise In 2018, John Krasinski and company brought us A Quiet Place. An instantly popular horror film, the film gave birth to a new franchise. The movie also cemented Krasinski as a screenwriter and director. What Works, What Does Not Family is at the heart of A Quiet Place, where a... Read More The post THE LAST KNOCK presents: A Quiet Place appeared first on Crash Palace Productions.
The boys sit down this week to discuss their thoughts on the latest Zack Snyder Offering as well as the Quiet Place sequel. Spoiler alert, they weren't impressed, grab a beverage and try not laughing at their vitriol.
Fall is here so it looks like we are long overdue to talk about summer blockbusters! The Reel Romance couple is back to talk about all the hits from summer 2021 including Suicide Squad, Free Guy, Jungle Cruise, Candy Man, Quiet Place 2, and much MUCH more! This 90 minute special is jam packed, so make sure to pop some popcorn! Thanks for listening! Make sure to Like/Share/Subscribe if you haven't yet. Follow this awesome couple at: Bamf: (Twitter) @bamfingbob Brittany: (Instagram) @booknerd528 Follow Reel Romance on: Twitter: https://twitter.com/ReelRomanceUCPN Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ReelRomance Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/reelromance YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/comiccrusad… Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/comiccrusaders Download the Comic Crusaders Android App Today (iOS Coming soon) Network: Main Site: https://www.comiccrusaders.com/ Visit the official Comic Crusaders Comic Book Shop: comiccrusaders.shop Visit the OFFICIAL Comic Crusaders Swag Shop at: comiccrusaders.us Sister Sites: http://www.undercovercapes.com http://www.geekerymagazine.com http://www.splinteredpress.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/undercovercapes1/ Twitter: @UndercoverCapes Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/undercovercapes Pick up official Undercover Capes Podcast Network merchandise exclusively on RedBubble.com – bit.ly/UCPNMerch Streamyard is the only platform used by Undercover Capes Podcast Network and Comic Crusaders, and they're premium plans are amazing and versatile: https://bit.ly/ComicCrusadersStreamyard
Welcome to episode 43! We start today's episode discussing the newly released Candyman, The Quiet Place 2, and horror movies. Then we discuss Deborah's introduction to anime with Cowboy Bebop. We finish the episode with Lex's movie recommendations. Today we sip on some, Fat-ass Strawberry Wine, Martin House Honey and Apple Ale, New Belgium's Hard Seltzer Variety Pack and finish off with a, Spindle Tap Brewery Houston Haze IPA Send us your cocktail and brew recommendations! Follow us on Facebook @Brew Age Banter and Instagram @brew_age_banter
Thanks everyone who reached out to congratulate us for our 100th episode. We promise to keep bringing the funny and entertainment for 1000 more! This week is one of our favorite returning guests, Juliette Miranda (@morningneurosis from Unwritable Rant and Bourbon Soaked Diaries), and she takes aim at her 2nd horror film on this podcast. Juliette hates a Quiet Place more than Pretty in Pink but less than Scream and tells @KevinGootee and @KevinIsrael_NJ why this recent phenomenon is worse than giving birth in a bathtub after just stepping barefoot on a nail.LOVE when you write those 5 star ratings and 2-3 sentence reviews. Please do so on whatever podcast platform you catch us if you have not yet done so and give us a follow on IG as well as Youtube, we'd appreciate that.Looking to sell your product, advertise your services, or raise brand awareness? We'd love to help you and we can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.orgThank you ALL for continually shouting us out on social media, we love when you do that as well as leave us those 5 star rating and 2-3 sentence reviews. Guttingthesacredcow.com is where you find us every day giving YOU those movie quotes, movies news, THAT DOESN'T HAPPEN, and more! We're at Patreon now: patreon.com/guttingthesacredcow so if you're feeling so inclined to throw a few bucks in the bucket, we'd love you long time. Social media for the gang: @KevinGootee on Twitter, FB, IG. www.kevingootee.com@kevinisrael_NJ on twitter, FB, @Kevin_israel_comedy on IG www.kevinisrael.com
Welcome to the eighth annual Summer TPUTS Top 10 Series, this year looking at the decade known as the 10's. This episode with feature the following guests: Carly Sonafelt, Kate Pollock, Jamie J Sammons & Double Duncan. Adjudicator on this episode was Mike Maryman. People's Council for this episode were Elicia Neumann & Matt Wood. And will feature mini reviews of the following films: Bliss, Synchronic, Depraved, The Lighthouse, The Lodge, Saint Maud, Ma, Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark, Ready or Not, Midsommar, Crawl & Doctor Sleep. The three movies selected by the hosts were: Midsommar, Saint Maud & the third seeded pick was Doctor Sleep. The adjudicator confirmed that he was swapping Doctor Sleep for The Lighthouse. As a result the final movies representing 2019 are Midsommar, Saint Maud & the third seeded pick was The Lighthouse. The Peoples Council have selected Midsommar & Ready or Not to represent 2019. HOST LIST: I Saw the Devil, Dream Home, Bedevilled (Swapped by Adjudicator over Tucker & Dale vs Evil), The Skin I Live In, The Woman, The Cabin in the Woods (Swapped by Adjudicator over Kill List), Sinister, Resolution, Maniac, Evil Dead, Under the Skin, Big Bad Wolves, It Follows, The Babadook, Oculus, Green Room, The VVitch, The Blackcoats Daughter (Swapped by Adjudicator over The Invitation), The Wailing, RAW, The Neon Demon (Swapped by Adjudicator over A Dark Song), Get Out, Tigers are not Afraid, It Comes at Night (Swapped by Adjudicator over The Killing of a Sacred Deer), Hereditary, Mandy, Incident in a Ghostland, Midsommar, Saint Maud & The Lighthouse (Swapped by Adjudicator over Doctor Sleep). PEOPLE'S LIST: I Saw the Devil, Bedevilled, Cabin in the Woods, You're Next, Sinister, Sightseers, Under the Skin, Big Bad Wolves, What We Do In The Shadows, The Taking of Deborah Logan, Bone Tomahawk, Green Room, The Wailing, Train to Busan, Pyewacket, One Cut of the Dead, Climax, A Quiet Place, Midsommar & Ready or Not. BUY OFFICIAL TPUTS MERCH FROM http://tputscast.bigcartel.com Check out the show on iTunes, TuneIn & on Stitcher Radio. Join our Discord Community. Please leave us feedback on iTunes, email@example.com and follow us on Facebook & Twitter.
Y'all know we love a good whodunit! In E34, your hosts Jared and Lauren crack open the Negronomicon to talk about the fiasco that was the Emmys and a remake no one asked for before they get into the 2021 release Werewolves Within, a uniquely hilarious horror-comedy take on the which-one-of-us-isn't-like-the-other genre. From the way the film uses archetypes to its advantage, the rapid-fire humor, Finn's interesting characterization and the question of "What is considered horror?" being raised, there's a lot to ponder with a film that critics have called "Clue with werewolves."Gems from Episode 34Family Guy (1999)Aqua Teen Hunger Force (2000)Squidbillies (2005)Celebrity Deathmatch (1998)Futurama (1999)Robot Chicken (2005)Sealab 2021 (2000)Space Ghost Coast to Coast (1994)Superjail (2007)Criminal Minds (2005)Ted Lasso (2020)Schitt's Creek (2015)Insecure (2016)Mare of Easttown (2021)The Sopranos (1999)The Many Saints of Newark (2021)Lovecraft Country (2020)I May Destroy You (2020)Hamilton (2015)The Muppet Show (1976)RuPaul's Drag Race (2009)Pose (2018)Ed Edd n' Eddy (1999)The Lost Boys (1987)A Quiet Place (2018)It (2007)Stranger Things (2016)Halloween Kills (2021)No Time to Die (2021Werewolves Within (2021)Clue (1985)Among Us (2018, video game)The Beast Must Die (1974)Veep (2012)The Tomorrow War (2021)Van Helsing (2004)Underworld (2003)Hide and Seek (2005)Needful Things (1993)30 Days of Night (2007)Scott Pilgrim vs. The World (2011)Jurassic Park III (2001)Slice (2018)Scary Movie (2000)Scream (1996)Scare Me (2020)The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993)
Was this the part 2 that we were asking for? Does the second film answer any questions left over from the fist film? Why was this made anyway? We answer all these questions and more in this episode. We break down everything in this episode. When It comes down to the really cool opening and the interesting idea of an island. There is some great ideas here but was the ideas flushed out enough. Download now to hear what we think of A Quiet Place Part 2.
We had a weekend full of fun horrific adventure with On Set Cinema visiting two movie locations from Halloween 4 and Silent Night Deadly Night. We also viewed The Conjuring 3 The Devil Made Me Do it and A Quiet Place 2. So get ready for lots of our thoughts on these movies and the events!
Welcome to the eighth annual Summer TPUTS Top 10 Series, this year looking at the decade known as the 10's. This episode with feature the following guests: Lee Russell, Wat-Son, Mr Venom & JP Shot. Adjudicator on this episode was Dan Chase. People's Council for this episode were Amy Spears & Jim Connick. And will feature mini reviews of the following films: Climax, A Quiet Place, Summer of 84, CAM, Suspiria, The Clovehitch Killer, Upgrade, Hereditary, Mandy, The House that Jack Built, Incident in a Ghostland & Tumbbad. The three movies selected by the hosts were: Hereditary, Mandy & the third seeded pick was Incident in a Ghostland. The adjudicator confirmed that no swap was to take place. As a result the final movies representing 2018 are Hereditary, Mandy & the third seeded pick was Incident in a Ghostland. The Peoples Council have selected Climax & A Quiet Place to represent 2018. Hosts List: I Saw the Devil, Dream Home, Bedevilled (Swapped by Adjudicator over Tucker & Dale vs Evil), The Skin I Live In, The Woman, The Cabin in the Woods (Swapped by Adjudicator over Kill List), Sinister, Resolution, Maniac, Evil Dead, Under the Skin, Big Bad Wolves, It Follows, The Babadook, Oculus, Green Room, The VVitch, The Blackcoats Daughter (Swapped by Adjudicator over The Invitation), The Wailing, RAW, The Neon Demon (Swapped by Adjudicator over A Dark Song), Get Out, Tigers are not Afraid, It Comes at Night (Swapped by Adjudicator over The Killing of a Sacred Deer), Hereditary, Mandy & Incident in a Ghostland. People's List I Saw the Devil, Bedevilled, Cabin in the Woods, You're Next, Sinister, Sightseers, Under the Skin, Big Bad Wolves, What We Do In The Shadows, The Taking of Deborah Logan, Bone Tomahawk, Green Room, The Wailing, Train to Busan, Pyewacket, One Cut of the Dead, Climax & A Quiet Place. BUY OFFICIAL TPUTS MERCH FROM http://tputscast.bigcartel.com Check out the show on iTunes, TuneIn & on Stitcher Radio. Join our Discord Community. Please leave us feedback on iTunes, firstname.lastname@example.org and follow us on Facebook & Twitter.
Andy and Alyssa read Goosebumps #57: My Best Friend is Invisible. Along the way, they discuss the threat of therapy, plot twists, research vs me-search, odd English class projects, molecules, Patrick Swayze, invisible clothes, topiary horror, gaslighting, menacing invisible friends, Daniel Isn't Real (2019), Z (2019), stalkers and manipulative relationships, Peter Pan, Twilight (2005), the gendered tropes of jealous friends, The Gift (2015), Creep (2014), The Cable Guy (1996), Clive Barker's "The Book of Blood" (1983), scifi horror, The Invisible Man (2020), Fantastic Planet (1973), Raccoona Sheldon's "The Screwfly Solution" (Alice Sheldon, also known as James Tiptree, Jr., 1977), A Quiet Place (2018), John Rawls, hidden children, Scott Westerfeld's Uglies (2005), Among the Hidden (1998), withholding crucial information, The Twilight Zone episode "Eye of the Beholder" (1959), Lois Lowry's The Giver (1993), light as enemy, The X-Files episode "Soft Light" (1995), "Lights Out" (2016), The Autobiography of Malcom X (1965), catfishing, talhotblond (2009), 90s Internet anxiety, found footage, The Veil (2016), ghost hunter TV, hallucinations, invisibility in the Gooseverse, the BeFreegle Foundation, endangered humans, timeline questions, settler colonialism, the Yankees, and The Connecticut Connections. // Music by Haunted Corpse // Follow @saypodanddie on Twitter and Instagram, and get in touch at email@example.com
MILESTONE TIME! Thank you ALL for joining and supporting us along to our 100th episode! It truly means a ton to us that you're a part of this journey with us. Enough sentimentality, we've got (monkey) business to attend to. @Michaeloburns from @wisecrack joins us for one of the most important movies of the 80's, Ferris Bueller's Day Off. That scamp cutting class with his girlfriend and neurotic pal drew the fire and brimstone of fellow Chicagoan Mike Burns and he's not taking taking Ferris's shenanigans anymore. But do @KevinGootee and @KevinIsrael_NJ think his argument should be forced to sit in detention with Ben Stein and registered sex offender Jeffrey Jones (Principal Ed Rooney)? Take a spell and listen to the episode to find out!Don't forget, you can find us on all podcasts platforms: apple iTunes, Spotify, google, spreaker, stitcher, iheartradio, castbox. You name it and we're on it! And you can also see our handsome yet smug faces on Youtube as well. https://guttingthesacredcow.com/where-to-listen-see-us/ Hello to our new friends! We love it when you click "subscribe", like us on social media, and most importantly when you tell your friends/family about our podcast. Looking to sell your product, advertise your services, or raise brand awareness? We'd love to help you and we can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.orgThank you ALL for continually shouting us out on social media, we love when you do that as well as leave us those 5 star rating and 2-3 sentence reviews. Guttingthesacredcow.com is where you find us every day giving YOU those movie quotes, movies news, THAT DOESN'T HAPPEN, and more! We're at Patreon now: patreon.com/guttingthesacredcow so if you're feeling so inclined to throw a few bucks in the bucket, we'd love you long time. Social media for the gang: @KevinGootee on Twitter, FB, IG. www.kevingootee.com@kevinisrael_NJ on twitter, FB, @Kevin_israel_comedy on IG www.kevinisrael.com @michaeloburns and @wisecrack
Happy Friday, y'all! Whatcha got going on? Got a little time to kill? Then grab a coldie and lets talk about unnecessary sequels! It's not a secret we love part of of the Quiet Place universe (in fact you can listen to that episode!) but when there was a part 2 announced we were pretty hesitant about the necessity of a sequel to an otherwise perfect horror movie. Verdict? SPOILER: Turns out we were right. Luckily we got to spend some time with Tom with one of our favorites Thorn Brewing where we tasted a couple brews of theirs including the various tasty Michelada brews and the pretty cool reason they started to make them. Also tune in for the moment Tom absolutely schooled us with his horror movie flex. Yep, he's family now.
On this episode, Antariksh is joined by returning producer Abhineet Mandal, and newbie Vagdha Rao, to talk about horror films from Bollywood and Hollywood that they like, what makes a good scary movie and what makes a bad one, why Bollywood has never really remade a Hollywood horror film (despite constantly having stolen movie ideas from other countries before), CGI in Hindi films, and then also talk about some epic horror films like Tumbbad, Stree, The Conjuring, Insidious, and more.Also, don't miss the awesome recommendation round where Vagdha recommends the Malayalam feature film called 'Hope', Abhineet recommends the YouTube series 'Ghost Stories' on Hoezaay's YT channel, and Antariksh talks about the passing of the great standup comic Norm Macdonald, and recommends the YT channel 'I'm Not Norm' to get the uninitiated started on the genius that was Norm Macdonald.Follow Vagdha on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/vagdha_diariesFollow Abhineet on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/abhineetmandalFollow Antariksh on Instagram: https://instagram.com/antarikshtHave topics or things that you'd like for us to cover on the show? Reach out to us at email@example.comYou can listen to this show and other awesome shows on the IVM Podcasts app on Android: https://ivm.today/android or iOS: https://ivm.today/ios, or any other podcast app.
We look at the big life questions that Whiplash poses about the cost of success, societal views of greatness, Fletcher's dark take on mentorship, and the script's efficiency. Upcoming episodes: Scream, Casino Royale Support us on Patreon and listen to our bonus episodes on Kingsman, Space Jam 2, and the Raimi/Maguire Spiderman movies for $1 a month. You can get merch with our logo on Zazzle. Our logo is by Kelsey Hendry. Check out our YouTube channel with video essays on Curse of the Black Pearl, A Quiet Place, Shrek, and A Star is Born. A kids version of Descended Awakening is available on Amazon. Follow David on Instagram. Follow the show on Twitter @intanalysis18 Follow Evan on Twitter @davoswatson Follow Jelani on Twitter @based_phoenix and on Instagram @basedphoenix --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
“On September 11, I always take the day off. I want to be in a peaceful quiet place praying. It is a day I both mourn and celebrate.” — Genelle Guzman-McMillan, was the last survivor pulled from the 9/11 Ground Zero debris after twenty-seven hours
In this weeks Take Over Tuesday episode DJ touches on a whole bunch of great Home Theater Listener comments from the past week as well as a bunch of great listener Recommendations. Push Play and join the conversationPODCAST Time StampsListener Comments- 00:30Recommendations- 29:52To Help Support the Podcast you can sign up for a Monthly Donation HERE to become a Patreon Member
2:13 - Jerks of the Week 6:34 - The Hunger 8:57 - The Beast with Five Fingers 9:59 - Night of the Eagle/Burn, Witch, Burn! 13:04 - Day of the Woman/I Spit on Your Grave 17:49 - The Entity 20:04 - The Serpent and the Rainbow 22:29 - How Heavy Are the Dumbbells You Lift? 25:10 - Violence Jack: Hell's Wind 28:18 - The Dark Crystal 31:25 - Shutter 33:49 - Superman 39:29 - Penguin Town 41:27 - Jungle Cruise 51:58 - A Quiet Place 2 55:31 - Jodorowsky's Dune 1:04:40 - The Last Dance 1:06:42 - Universal Solider: Day of Reckoning 1:08:51 - Genocyber
In this episode, the guys discuss Dennis Rodman, Expendables 4, A Quiet Place 3, Ed Asner, Disney Live-Action, Bob Ross controversy, SpiderMan movie quotes, the weekend, and trivia. Check it out now, funk show brother.
Welcome to The Zone! Spooky Mike C, Rich, & The Maestro are back to talk all things Horror! Here's what we talk about this week: - Candyman's Box Office success - Paranormal Activity Release Date Announced - Creepshow Season 3 Trailer - Quiet Place II Review - Plus Much More! Support Us On Patreon Check Out Our TeePublic Store for Some Sweet Merch Visit Our Website Follow Us On Twitch Like Us On Facebook Follow Us On Twitter
Oye la película pa wena ¡Te Pasaste, John Krasinski! Las amikas te mandan a ver "A Quiet Place" 1 y 2, porque pucha que están entretenidas. Sustos y emociones garantizadas. El villano de la semana es Bob de "Twin Peaks" y la Diva aprovechó de hablar sobre esta amada serie, y la recomendación es "En la cocina con Paris hHlton" de Netflix.
Binge Me is getting back to its movie roots this week with a recap of A Quiet Place Part II. John Krasinski makes an exciting return to direct a sequel to the silent-apocalypse-alien thriller that first captivated audiences in 2018. After discussing the oddly "current" timeline that hits a little too close to home, Claire and Kelleigh break down the mysteries behind this film: How did the aliens arrive? Why is no one wearing any shoes? What is Man on Island's real name? They also share their opposing views on the movie's ending, why the synopsis was a little misleading, and the importance of disability inclusion in Hollywood.
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The guys have a movie and streaming discussion covering Ozark, Manifest, Lost, Kim's Convenience, Ted Lasso, Mandelorian and Star Wars universe, A Quiet Place, Jason asks about accidental ball hits and wonders about if it's the same for women, plus more.
EPISODE 146 - CHARLOTTE BRUUS CHRISTENSEN - Cinematographer Team Deakins has a great conversation with cinematographer Charlotte Bruus Christensen (THE HUNT, FAR FROM THE MADDING CROWD, A QUIET PLACE). We loved her account of how she learned the craft and entered the industry and her thoughts soon what it means to teach cinematography. We also talk about her various collaborations with the director Thomas Vinterberg. She also discusses the night lighting and the consideration of sound design on the A QUIET PLACE. We also touch on her directing and shooting the TV series mini series BLACK NARCISSUS. A great conversation with a talented cinematographer! RECOMMENDED EPISODE VIEWING: Submarino, A Quiet Place
For Episode 19 of 2 Jews and 2 Black Dudes Review the Movies, Eric, Jeff, Styles and Sheek got together up in Yonkers to discuss the 2021 post-apocalyptic thriller sequel A Quiet Place Part II. There's never been a review show as fun as this - listen and let us know what you think! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Every once in a while a film comes along that simply transports you with its sheer brilliance — the brilliance of the sea shining on a bright, crisp Gloucester morning CODA is one such film that approaches perfection. CODA (Children Of Deaf Adults) is many things at once, a coming of age story of a child finding her way into adulthood and independence; a rollicking chronicle of a loving hard working family; a damn funny movie that will in turn, touch, move, inspire and awe you. The success of a film like this hinges not so much on the story (it is a tale we have seen often), but on the casting of these wonderful roles who inhabit a world most of us have never experienced. Ruby is the only hearing member of her family where her dad Frank, her mom Jackie and her older brother Leo are all deaf. Those three roles are played by actors who are deaf in real life — which may seem like obvious casting choices, but in reality, actors who are deaf rarely get a chance to play roles this beautifully drawn. They rarely get to show off their astonishingly talent. But in this film, Troy Kotsur (who Lisa is starting a campaign right now for an Academy Award for this performance), Marlee Matlin and Daniel Durant all get a chance to shine brightly. The precocious Ruby is portrayed in a tour-de-force by Emilia Jones. As final treat, look out for the spellbinding performance of Eugenio Derbez as Bernardo Villalobos, Ruby's music teacher. In lesser hands, this film could easily have wallowed in mediocre cliche, but under the assured direction of Sian Heder and with that stellar cast, what shouldn't work does. What should be hackneyed, soars and what could easily be mawkish, will move you to tears. Joining us to give a true perspective on the portrayal of deaf characters in this film, is the amazing actress/writer/producer Antoinette Abbamonte who is also part of the deaf acting community in Hollywood. And a special shout out goes to our ASL interpreter Nicole Pancino who joined us for Antoinette's interview. We could go ON for hours about this exquisite film .. in fact we almost do ! So stop reading this and listen in to our podcast right now. If you are reading this and are deaf or hard of hearing please find a complete transcript of this interview on our website here. #CODA film #AntoinetteAbbamonte #EmiliaJones #TroyKotsur, #MarleeMatlin #DanielDurant #EugenioDerbez #SianHeder #OscarForTroy #CODA film #Antoinette Abbomonte #EmiliaJones #TroyKotsur, #MarleeMatlin #DanielDurant #Eugenio Derbez #SianHeder ****************** Episode Transcript ******************** [Scene from the film ‘CODA'] FADE IN: INT. Home of Ruby's teacher Bernardo Villanova (aka ‘MR. V) –- MORNING MR V sits at his piano in a large light filled room, accompanying Ruby Rossi as she sings‘Both Sides Now' by Joni Mitchell. RUBY
Matt LaFleur asks Packers fans to keep the noise--and the wave--to a minimum while the team is on offense. Will most fans listen to the head coach's wishes? Or is it fine for fans to cheer when they please? Also, Take It To The Bank presented by Associated Bank; and Whoa Nelly! which devolves into Tausch naming random 80s baseball players.
"I am beyond grateful for the growth we've experienced since Ghostwriter was founded in 2015,” says Founder and CEO Chris Bragg. Founded in 2015, Ghostwriter Music has placed music in many of the most anticipated film campaigns, advertisements, video games, and TV promos in modern media. Honored with a 2019 Music + Sound Association (MASA) Award for Best Record or Adaptation in a Film Trailer, and in 2020 for Best Original Composition in a Film Trailer, and a 2020 Mark Award from the Production Music Association (PMA) for Best Use in a Theatrical Trailer, the company continues to expand with creative and efficient sonic solutions for an expansive roster of high-profile clientele. "I am beyond grateful for the growth we've experienced since Ghostwriter was founded in 2015,” says Founder and CEO Chris Bragg. “We've built an amazing team over the past six years with some of the hardest working people in the industry, and I'm so excited for our future!" Among the first companies to offer custom music composition for trailers, Ghostwriter is the go-to source for music and sound design that highlights upcoming feature films and television programmings from studios like Amazon, Apple, FX, HBO, Hulu, and Netflix, across all mediums of advertising. Recent titles Ghostwriter has worked on include: “Hitman's Wife's Bodyguard,” “Falcon and the Winter Soldier,” “RAYA and the Last Dragon,” “Cruella,” “Cherry,” “Army of the Dead,” “Nevers,” “Mare of Eastown,” “Ted Lasso,” “Borat 2,” “Mitchells vs. Machines,” “The Unholy,” “Tomorrow War,” “Quiet Place 2,” “Forever Purge,” “Call of Duty,” “Soul,” and “World of Warcraft.” The company retains major film studio clients, including Marvel, Disney, Sony, Paramount, 20th Century Studios, LEGO, Warner Bros., and Universal Pictures. Ever-expanding, the company also encompasses a publishing division, Astral Music, and Mantis, the firm's video games division. Ghostwriter Music is now bringing Hollywood projects to Nashville. With offices, a mix stage, and full post-production capabilities, the company's the founder/CEO Chris Bragg and COO Travis Michaud are spearheading the new location. Nashville's extraordinary pool of diverse musical talent is a crucial factor in Ghostwriter Music's expansion, as is a wealth of creative resources, recording facilities, and qualified associates, including the company's most recent hire, a Belmont College graduate. The Nashville location will concentrate on catalog growth and new artist development. In contrast, the Los Angeles location— managed by Bryan Nguyen, Partner, and Director, Creative Sync, and Paige Mount, Producer and Sync Manager—remains focused on custom music production. Chris Bragg: Founder/CEO | firstname.lastname@example.org Travis Michaud: Partner/COO | email@example.com Visit the company's website for more information: www.ghostwritermusic.com The Business Side of Music ™ Lotta Dogs Productions LLC Co-Produced and Hosted (by the guy who has a face for podcasting): Bob Bender Co-Producer, Creator, and Technical Advisor (the man behind the curtain): Tom Sabella Director of Video and Continuity (the brains of the entire operation): Deborah Halle Audio/Video Editor Mark Sabella Midnight Express Studio Olian, NY Marketing and Social Media: Kaitlin Fritts Executive Assistant to Bob and Tom (the one who keeps us on track and our schedules straight) Tammy Kowalski All Around Problem Solver: Connie Ribas Recorded at: The Bunker in Franklin, TN (except during the Covid 19 pandemic, then it's pretty much done VIA Skype or over the phone, with the exception for those fearless enough to come to Bob Bender's living room… and there are a few). Mixed and Mastered at Music Dog Studios in Nashville, TN Production Sound Design: Keith Stark Voice Over and Promo: Lisa Fuson Special Thanks to Tom Sabella and Traci Snow for producing and hosting over 100 episodes of the original “Business Side of Music” podcast and trusting us to carry on their legacy. Website: Sponsorship information Interview submission
This week, the boys dive into the new trailer for Star Wars: Visions and discuss how they think the new show will benefit the Star Wars universe. Doug pontificates on why short stories and short films are so great before the dorks turn their attention to a recent trending topic on Twitter: what movies make you feel stressed. Doug and Justin fire off some of their thoughts which include 1917, The Descent, The Martian, & Whiplash. They also chat about what movie elements can really put the audience on edge. Things are wrapped up with a throw-down between two creepy entities: Slenderman vs the monsters from A Quiet Place. Seems like a cut and dry battle? Tune in to find out! Follow us on Twitch to hang out while we record our new episodes and stream video game sessions! We have MERCH now! Check out our YouTube channel for podcast episodes, video game live stream highlights, Doug Watches Awkward Videos, and Justin Plays Video games. Be sure to like and subscribe! Follow us on all of our social medias and other platforms! https://streamerlinks.com/mindgappodcast