We're talking horror movies on this episode of the Fan2Fan Podcast! Josh shares his top 5 movies for the Halloween season: Halloween 2 and 3, Evil Dead 2, Phantasm, and The Fog. John Carpenter! The Tall Man! Adrienne Barbeau! Bruce Campbell! For more info about the Fan2Fan Podcast, visit: https://linktr.ee/fan2fan
We all go a little mad sometimes. Even the Halloweenies. Join the gang in the Multiverse as they discuss Sam Raimi's latest return to the silver screen: the MCU (Marvel Cinematic Universe) blockbuster from just a few months back. You guessed it: Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, presented by Walt Disney Studios. Together, they discuss how the universe has turned Hollywood mad, where you can find Raimi's trademark stamp within, and whether or not there's any Evil Dead connective tissue. It's three hours on your (possibly, but probably not) favorite Marvel superhero. So, grab a pizza ball and get spinning.Follow us on Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Welcome to the first part in a three-part retrospective of Sam Raimi's Spider-Man Trilogy! Kris and Dave kick things off with Spidey's first cinematic outing. Is it a win or a splat? Plus, is Dan Lin DC's Feige? Is The Caped Crusader doomed? Nerd News Dan Lin in negotiations to lead DCEU The Caped Crusader canned at HBO Max Byword Big Talk Sam Raimi's Spider-Man Nerd Commendations The Walking Dead Deluxe House of the Dragon
This week we're talking about the film that might be the best Spider-Man movie of all time - Spider-Man 2. We talk about what the key is to the Spider-Man/Peter Parker character and why this film nails it, the beauty of Raimi's style, what made this trilogy different from the current MCU and of course Bruce Campbell. So do yourself a favor and re-watch (or watch!) this masterpiece and come on over and listen to us rave about it for a while. Contact us at email@example.com or follow us! Twitter - @RollItPodcast Instagram - @rollitpodcast Music by Ethan Rapp
In this week's episode, host Daniel Raimi talks with Jennifer Eaglin, an associate professor of history and faculty member in the Sustainability Institute at the Ohio State University. Eaglin discusses the evolution of sugar-based ethanol as a fuel source for transportation and the lessons that governments can draw from that evolution for their own development of alternative energy sources. Eaglin and Raimi also talk about how the ethanol industry came to prominence in Brazil and how its use improved air quality while damaging water quality, ecosystems, and certain Brazilian communities. References and recommendations: “Sweet Fuel” by Jennifer Eaglin; https://global.oup.com/academic/product/sweet-fuel-9780197510681 (offer code “AAFLYG6” provides a discount) “The Organic Machine: The Remaking of the Columbia River” by Richard White; https://us.macmillan.com/books/9780809015832/theorganicmachine “Cadillac Desert: The American West and Its Disappearing Water” by Mark Reisner; https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/323685/cadillac-desert-by-marc-reisner/ “Before the Flood: Destruction, Community, and Survival in the Drowned Towns of the Quabbin” by Elisabeth C. Rosenberg; https://www.simonandschuster.com/books/Before-the-Flood/Elisabeth-C-Rosenberg/9781643136448 “Dammed Indians” by Michael L. Lawson; https://www.sdhspress.com/books/dammed-indians-revisited-the-continuing-history-of-the-pick-sloan-plan-and-the-missouri-river-sioux
In this week's episode, host Daniel Raimi talks with Manuela Andreoni, a writer at the climate desk of the New York Times. Andreoni discusses illegal mining operations in the Brazilian Amazon, why so-called wildcat mining has proliferated in recent years, and how these mining activities affect the environment and Indigenous people. Andreoni and Raimi talk about the measures that governments in Brazil and elsewhere could take to stop illegal mining in the Amazon and how the mined materials have been entering the global economy. References and recommendations: “The Illegal Airstrips Bringing Toxic Mining to Brazil's Indigenous Land” by Manuela Andreoni, Blacki Migliozzi, Pablo Robles, and Denise Lu; https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2022/08/02/world/americas/brazil-airstrips-illegal-mining.html “The Falling Sky: Words of a Yanomami Shaman” by Davi Kopenawa and Bruce Albert; https://www.hup.harvard.edu/features/the-falling-sky/ “Ideas to Postpone the End of the World” by Ailton Krenak; https://houseofanansi.com/products/ideas-to-postpone-the-end-of-the-world “Burden of Dreams” documentary film; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Burden_of_Dreams
The '00s Spider-Man movies might have put Sam Raimi on the map for most filmgoers, but the previous 20 years saw him experimenting in just about every genre. And most Raimi fans agree his greatest work to date is Evil Dead 2, an unexpected horror/comedy that—over the past 35 years—went from underground sensation to the most re-released film in the history of physical media. This week on Retronauts, join Bob Mackey, Henry Gilbert, and We Hate Movies' Steven Sajdak as the crew examines this incredibly unique and innovative movie that went on to inspire countless video games. You'll never look at chainsaws the same way again! Retronauts is a completely fan-funded operation. To support the show, and get two full-length exclusive episodes every month, as well as access to 50+ previous bonus episodes, please visit the official Retronauts Patreon at patreon.com/retronauts.
In this week's episode, host Daniel Raimi talks with Ryan Kellogg, a professor at the Harris School of Public Policy and affiliated faculty at the Energy Policy Institute at the University of Chicago. Kellogg discusses why carbon pricing, long the preferred emissions-reduction tool for most economists, actually may not be as efficient as other policy options. Kellogg and Raimi explore how economic theory has led many to favor carbon pricing, and why the conventional wisdom on carbon pricing may turn out to be wrong in the real world. References and recommendations: “Carbon Pricing, Clean Electricity Standards, and Clean Electricity Subsidies on the Path to Zero Emissions” by Severin Borenstein and Ryan Kellogg; https://www.nber.org/papers/w30263 “Superpower: One Man's Quest to Transform American Energy” by Russell Gold; https://www.russellgold.net/superpower
Adam and Abe talk about how Sam Raimi's Spiderman creates a visual system where the audience subtly learns who we're looking at: Spiderman or Peter Parker. We go through his camera techniques and look into how the invisible hand of directing works. Features: Abe Epperson: https://twitter.com/AbeTheMighty Adam Ganser: https://twitter.com/therealganz Support Small Beans and access Additional Content: https://www.patreon.com/SmallBeans Check our store to buy Small Beans merch! https://www.teepublic.com/stores/the-small-beans-store?ref_id=22691
Aine and Alex get laid off as they discuss the supermarket slasher Intruder. With past work families in their hearts, the girls cover everything from the de-femininzation of the male scream to learning what short ends are. So look out for the Raimi brothers and go find Tim for the twenty-eighth episode of The Girls Who Cried B-Horror!
From the ashes of a Raimi-less Doctor Strange sequel from another multiverse comes Scott Derrickson and C. Robert Cargill's exemplary adaptation of Joe Hill's THE BLACK PHONE, which gifts us a new horror icon in Ethan Hawke's THE GRABBER and some of the best child performances since IT! Cody and Mike ring up some ghosts themselves to dive into the 70s trappings, heady themes, the ways Derrickson and Cargill expand and improve the short tale, and for some reason debate whether or not the LAST HOUSE ON THE LEFT remake should have included the chainsaw massacre or not.Pick up that damn phone, you naughty boy, and download the episode now!Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BoxOfficePulpPodcast/Twitter: https://twitter.com/BoxOfficePulpApple Podcasts: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/box-office-pulp/id577338641Amazon Podcasts: https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/7c11ff8b-2875-454d-8770-8b1d36d04b52Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/534ZPRmDoZzNs5GtiAhOEcStitcher: http://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=37192&refid=stpr
Earth's Mightiest Critics cement our cinematic symbiosis with a retrospective review of Spider-Man 3!Sam Raimi's 2007 blockbuster is notorious for being one of the worst superhero movies ever made--but does it deserve all that...venom?Aided by clearer heads and the passage of time, Ian and Don & Will of the Cinephile Hissy Fit Podcast look back on a movie with too many villains, too many subplots, and too much emo jazz improv. It may also be, according to Ian after a recent re-watch, an imperfectly perfect capper to the Raimi trilogy!This in-depth discussion runs the full spectrum of criticism--from mega-fan to mega-hater to middle-of-the-web moderate. We break down the history of the third (and rumored-at-the-time fourth) installment; address the "Gwen Stacy Problem"; and explore the alternate universes in which this movie fires on several more cylinders!Show Links:Watch the Spider-Man 3 (2007) trailer.Listen to Cinephile Hissy Fit's take on the Raimi / Maguire Spider-Man trilogy. See why Ian has sworn off new Superhero movies and TV shows for a year.Support all of Earth's Mightiest Critics at their various outlets:Follow David Fowlie's film criticism at Keeping It Reel.Get educated with Don Shanahan at Every Movie Has a Lesson…...and 25YL...and the Cinephile Hissy Fit Podcast.Check out Mark "The Movie Man" Krawczyk's The Spoiler Room Podcast.Make Nice with Mike Crowley of You'll Probably Agree.Keep up with Annie Banks at Chuck Load of Comics....and MoviewebAnd stir things up with Will Johnson of the Cinephile Hissy Fit Podcast.Subscribe to, like, and comment on the Kicking the Seat YouTube channel!
We've done 80 episodes of the podcast and we're just now getting to a Sam Raimi film? That's gotta be some kind of strike against us as horror fans right? I mean it's an action and horror podcast but that makes it 50% horror right? I'm not a math wizard but that sounds right. Well of course we're gonna rectify this situation by covering his magnum opus, Evil Dead right? NOOOO! In this episode we're covering his 2009 classic Drag Me To Hell, and we're gonna find out if a PG-13 horror movie can actually be good, and not some lame studio cash grab.But before we drag ourselves into that movie we need to talk the trailers that caught our eyes this week. There's a new Orphan movie out and it's starring the same actress as the original. Surely a 24 year old can be a convincing child in this prequel to the original (which was filmed when she actually was a child.) And then there's a new movie coming out called Fall. We'll talk about whether we're falling all over it or if this single location thriller is gonna fall flat on it's face. And of course as always after the main talk we're gonna rate whether or not Drag Me to Hell is... A BLOODY GOOD FILM.And remember... KEEP IT BLOODY BUDDIES....#raimi #horror #evildead #ritual #dragmetohell #action #goats #devil #hell #theevildead #brucecampbell #samraimi #tedraimi #podcast #bloody #violent #gore #newepisode
In this week's episode, host Daniel Raimi talks with Deborah Gordon, a senior principal in the Climate Intelligence Program at RMI and a senior fellow at the Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs at Brown University. They discuss Gordon's new book, No Standard Oil, which elucidates the wide variety of different kinds of crude oils and natural gases and why the differences among those various types matter for climate policy. Gordon and Raimi also talk about the reasons that data transparency and precisely targeted policies are crucial for the evolution of the oil and gas industry in an era of climate change. References and recommendations: “No Standard Oil” by Deborah Gordon; https://www.nostandardoil.com/ Oil Climate Index plus Gas at RMI; https://ociplus.rmi.org/ “Project Escape: Lessons for an Unscripted Life” by Lucinda Jackson; https://lucindajackson.com/project-escape/ “Licorice Pizza” movie; https://www.imdb.com/title/tt11271038/
JAL and Ryan return to that cabin in the woods and take a listen to an old reel-to-reel sitting around. It's horror-comedy time with one of the finest, most creative and ground breaking films not just of the genre, but of film writ large. Join us as we talk the second installment in Raimi's trilogy and what the kids don't know.
In this week's episode, host Daniel Raimi talks with Beia Spiller, who recently joined Resources for the Future (RFF) as a fellow and the director of RFF's Transportation Program; she's also a member of the board of directors at the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists. Spiller and Raimi discuss the historical context and current policies related to air pollution exposure in New York City, particularly for schools in the Bronx. They also talk about how community-engaged research produces new knowledge, can inform policymaking, and can benefit the communities that are involved in the work. References and recommendations: PurpleAir sensors that measure air quality data; https://www2.purpleair.com/ “Prehistoric Planet” television series; https://tv.apple.com/us/show/prehistoric-planet/umc.cmc.4lh4bmztauvkooqz400akxav
The Evil Dead series review continues with a look at Raimi's final film in the franchise, that being the medieval madness of Army of Darkness! And joining me to revel in our collective love of all things Ash and Army is Polygon's senior copy editor Kallie Plagge! Feel free to follow the show, Jay, and his guest on social media: Kallie | DHH | Jay
Hey all! We're back again….yeah I can feel your excitement. The boys get into a heated debate over Scott Derrickson's new horror The Black Phone, is it a horror movie? We'll that's the debate. Then a quick overview of Sam Raimi's filmography, with the guys giving their top 5 favorite movies of his. Then ending the show with their option of Raimi's Dr.Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. Chenqueih.Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgInstagram: FilmpocalypsepodFacebook: FilmpocalypseshowTwitter: Filmpocalypse1Letterboxd: Filmpocalypse
On this week's episode, we take on Sam Raimi's return to the director's chair with Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness! We talk all kinds of things - the amount of homework you have to do for this movie, the new multiverse exploration, how it fits into the Marvel canon, the changes that Raimi brings to the table, and a whole lot more. We're also drinking Tree House Brewing Company's King Julius double IPA! Approximate timeline 0:00-20:00 Intro 20:00-28:00 Beer talk 28:00-end Doctor Strange 2 Next up: Rosemary's Baby --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bloodandblackrum/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bloodandblackrum/support
Our Sam Raimi series concludes with his most recent film - not to mention the first MCU film we've covered on the main feed - it's time for Doctor Strange 2! Patrick Willems joins us to address the important questions: What was Raimi *doing* for the nine years between this and Oz? Does Kevin Feige and his Marvel Machine overpower Raimi's creative voice? Should “Wandavision” have been released after this movie? Is Schnipper's on 8th Ave the ideal place to debrief after seeing a movie in Times Square? Should America Chavez have been an adorable hobo riding the rails in between dimensions instead of a human MacGuffin? All that, plus Ben deploys his “nerd alert” buzzer instead of shoving the guys into a locker. Patrick's new film Night of the Coconut is available on Nebula (nebula.app/nightofthecoconut) or goto curiositystream.com/patrickhwillems and sign up for a discounted annual plan with free access to Nebula with your subscription. You can watch more of Patrick's work on his YouTube channel. This episode is sponsored by: Stamps.com (CODE: CHECK) ExpressVPN (ExpressVPN.com/check) Indeed (indeed.com/check) Join our Patreon at patreon.com/blankcheck Follow us @blankcheckpod on Twitter and Instagram! Buy some real nerdy merch at shopblankcheckpod.myshopify.com
Night of the Creeps (1986) An American science fiction horror comedy film written and directed by Fred Dekker in his feature directorial debut, starring Jason Lively, Jill Whitlow and Tom Atkins. The film is an earnest attempt at a B movie and homage to the genre. While the main plot of the film is related to zombies, the film also mixes in takes on slashers and alien invasion films. Director Fred Dekker originally wanted to shoot the film in black and white. He included every B movie cliche he could think of and insisted on directing the script himself. Most of the main characters (Romero, Carpenter, Raimi, Cameron, Hooper, Cronenberg, Cameron) are named after horror movie makers. The script was written in a week. Night of the Comet (1984) An American science fiction comedy horror film written and directed by Thom Eberhardt It stars Catherine Mary Stewart, Robert Beltran, and Kelli Maroney as survivors of a comet that has turned most people into either dust or zombies. The film would gain a cult following and influence the character of Buffy Sommers. inspiration came from real-life teenage girls whom he met while filming PBS specials. Without telling the girls details about the script's premise, he asked them to describe how they would react to an apocalyptic event. The girls saw the scenario as an exciting adventure and only saw a downside to the experience when Eberhardt brought up the subject of dating. Using their answers, Eberhardt wrote the script to be lighthearted and adventuresome. Opening Credits/Introduction (1.51); Oh My GOD!!! (13.46); Night of the Creeps Trailer (19.51); That Is Like So Tubular (21.18); It Is Totally Rad (44.42); Night of the Comet Trailer (45.44); Bodacious Talk (48.14); Take A Chill Pill (1:05.35); End Credits (1:06.40); Closing Theme (1:08.02) Opening Credits– Planet Synth by Dan Hughes Closing Credits – I Surrender (To the Spirit of the Night) – by Samantha Fox. Taken from the album Samantha Fox. Copyright 1987 Jive Records Original Music copyrighted 2020 Dan Hughes Music and the Literary License Podcast. All rights reserved. Used with Kind Permission. All Songs available through Amazon.
In this week's episode, host Daniel Raimi talks with Michael Craig, an assistant professor at the University of Michigan who studies energy systems. Craig and Raimi discuss a recent study coauthored by Craig that explores how energy models can better incorporate variations in weather and climate and why an exchange of data between energy and climate modelers is crucial to helping keep the lights on. Craig outlines a research agenda that describes near-term and long-term steps to bridge the divide between energy and climate models; he also shares advice for interdisciplinary collaboration. References and recommendations: “Overcoming the disconnect between energy system and climate modeling” by Michael T. Craig, Jan Wohland, Lauren P. Steep, Alexander Kies, Bryn Pickering, Hannah C. Bloomfield, Jethro Browell, Matteo De Felice, Chris J. Dent, Adrien Deroubaix, Felix Frischmuth, Paula L. M. Gonzalez, Aleksander Grochowicz, Katharina Gruber, Philipp Härtel, Martin Kittel, Leander Kotzur, Inga Labuhn, Julie K. Lundquist, Noah Pflugradt, Karin van der Wiel, Marianne Zeyringer, and David J. Brayshaw; https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S2542435122002379 NextGenEC at the University of Reading; https://research.reading.ac.uk/met-energy/ “Downscaling Techniques for High-Resolution Climate Projections: From Global Change to Local Impacts” by Rao Kotamarthi, Katharine Hayhoe, Linda O. Mearns, Donald Wuebbles, Jennifer Jacobs, and Jennifer Jurado; https://www.cambridge.org/core/books/downscaling-techniques-for-highresolution-climate-projections/C261452F6DECC0372077B7533414CD95 “The Making of the Atomic Bomb” by Richard Rhodes; https://www.simonandschuster.com/books/The-Making-of-the-Atomic-Bomb/Richard-Rhodes/9781451677614
In this week's episode, host Daniel Raimi talks with Dick Schmalensee, a professor emeritus of the MIT Sloan School of Management and a former chair of the board of directors at Resources for the Future. Schmalensee and Raimi cover the takeaways from a recent study on the future of energy storage that Schmalensee coauthored, along with related insights and implications for current and future policy. They discuss the role of energy storage in a net-zero-emissions electricity system, the strengths and weaknesses of key energy storage technologies, and what these technologies might cost. References and recommendations: “The Future of Energy Storage” by Robert Armstrong, Yet-Ming Chiang, Howard Gruenspecht, Fikile Brushett, John Deutch, Seiji Engelkemier, Emre Gençer, Robert Jaffe, Paul Joskow, Dharik Mallapragada, Elsa Olivetti, Richard Schmalensee, Robert Stoner, Chi-Jen Yang, Bjorn Brandtzaeg, Patrick Brown, Kevin Huang, Johannes Pfeifenberger, Francis O'Sullivan, Yang Shao-Horn, Meia Alsup, Andres Badel, Marc Barbar, Weiran Gao, Drake Hernandez, Cristian Junge, Thaneer Malai Narayanan, Kara Rodby, and Cathy Wang; https://energy.mit.edu/research/future-of-energy-storage/ “As the Great Salt Lake Dries Up, Utah Faces an ‘Environmental Nuclear Bomb'” by Christopher Flavelle; https://www.nytimes.com/2022/06/07/climate/salt-lake-city-climate-disaster.html “A durable US climate strategy … or a house of cards?” by Richard Richels, Benjamin Santer, Henry Jacoby, and Gary Yohe; https://yaleclimateconnections.org/2022/06/a-durable-u-s-climate-strategy-or-a-house-of-cards/
In this week's episode of the AIPT Movies podcast, Alex, Tim, and Matt discuss Sam Raimi's kinetic action western, The Quick and the Dead! How well does Raimi's style mix with the western formula? Did Hollywood overlook Sharon Stone's potential? Also, Matt saw Jurassic World: Dominion and tells us all about it!In addition to the movie discussions, Tim has been disguising himself in order to play his dream role of Harry in the Harry & the Hendersons sequel, but how long can his true identity remain secret?! Listen now to find out!You can find AIPT Movies on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts. As always, if you enjoy the podcast, be sure to leave us a positive rating, subscribe to the show, and tell your friends!The AIPT Movies podcast brings you the latest in movie news, reviews, and more! Hosted by supposed “industry vets,” Alex Harris, Tim Gardiner, and Matt Paul, the show gives you a peek behind the scenes from three filmmakers with oddly nonexistent filmographies. You can find Alex on Instagram and Twitter @alexharriscomix. Matt is a terrific artist that you can find on Instagram @no_wheres_ville. Tim can't be found on social media because he doesn't exist. If you have any questions or suggestions for the AIPT Movies crew, they can be reached at email@example.com, or you can find them on Twitter @AIPTmoviesPod.Theme song is “We Got it Goin On” by Cobra Man.
Ah, yes - we've arrived at the reason why we held off on covering Sam Raimi for so long…because we didn't want to end our series on such a dismal note! “Oz the Great and Powerful” - Raimi's last feature until the recent “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness” - features James Franco in a performance that guest Dana Schwartz (“Noble Blood”) characterizes as “having the energy of a hot boy in a school play who's laughing with his friends in the front row.” It doesn't have the tactile, zippy cinematic language of Raimi's best work, instead opting for the popular hyper-saturated, entirely digital look of Tim Burton's “Alice in Wonderland” (a clear influence). But it *does* have a little girl made of porcelain who almost made Ben cry. Topics discussed include our desire for a Mila Kunissance, Zach Braff being the surprise MVP in this movie, whether “Tinkers” are a specific ethnicity or a class or workers, and the Disney IP lawyers who had to be on set making sure nothing infringed on MGM's copyright of the classic Oz visuals. This episode is sponsored by: Brooklinen (CODE: BLANK) Bombas (bombas.com/check) PolicyGenius.com Join our Patreon at patreon.com/blankcheck Follow us @blankcheckpod on Twitter and Instagram! Buy some real nerdy merch at shopblankcheckpod.myshopify.com
The one where... we feast our eyes on the latest big screen Marvel blockbuster: Dr. Strange in the Multiverse of Madness --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/backinmyday/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/backinmyday/support
In this episode our ATMI film critics discuss the new Marvel movie Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, starring Benedict Cumberbatch and directed by Sam Raimi in his return to the MCU since 2007's Spider Man 3. They talk about the movie's twists and turns, the horror elements that Raimi brings to it, and how it fits into Marvel's phase four of its cinematic universe. Roundtable discussion led by Roey McCowan. Hosted by Madison Knutson. Music by Kendrick Whiteman. Alaska Teen Media Institute is based in Anchorage, Alaska. We would like to acknowledge the Dena'ina people, whose land we work on. Many thanks to supporters of our podcast, including Alaska State Council on the Arts. The views expressed in this program do not necessarily represent the views of our sponsors.
In this week's episode, host Daniel Raimi talks with Elke Weber, a social psychology professor at Princeton University who studies how people make choices. Weber and Raimi discuss how people's choices matter for climate change; the ways that companies, governments, and society shape decisions on energy use and civic engagement; how those decisions get incorporated into policy analysis; and more. References and recommendations: Project Drawdown; https://drawdown.org/ “Drawdown: The Most Comprehensive Plan Ever Proposed to Reverse Global Warming” edited by Paul Hawken; https://drawdown.org/the-book “Elements of Choice: Why the Way We Decide Matters” by Eric Johnson; https://theelementsofchoice.com/ “All We Can Save: Truth, Courage, and Solutions for the Climate Crisis” edited by Ayana Elizabeth Johnson and Katharine K. Wilkinson; https://www.allwecansave.earth/anthology
We fix Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness with the help of podcasting royalty David Rosen of Piecing it Together! Raimi unleashes armies of cinematic darkness but this also felt like a sneaky WandaVision season 2. Listen in as we try our best to fix it! @screenfixpod @piecingpod
Welcome to Botched: A D&D Podcast! Now that the obligatory shopping is out of the way, let's get back to our quest! Having landed just outside of Stanford (to avoid the webs), the group immediately spots a young woman with a bunch of fundead chasing her. After recruiting the next generation in cure chasers, they dig under the web and begin to sneak into the University. Patrick, of course, is staying behind to watch the hole. As per the agreement. The University does not seem to have a ton of fundead just wandering around…but it is quite creepy. There is the constant threat of a queen skittering about, and her hulking bodyguards. I'm sure the party will do nothing to alert her. Who is this mystery woman? Why is she out in the middle of nowhere by herself? Will the group manage to find the next piece of the cure? Can Patrick be trusted? Why is River the worst? Tune in and find out! We now have a PO Box! Wanna send us something? PO BOX 3178 Gettysburg, PA 17325 All of our previous seasons can be found on our new channel! Botched Archives! A special shout out and thank you to all of our supporters over on Patreon. You help us continue to churn out “quality” episodes. With your continued support we can take our show on the road! Check out our store over at Botched Podcast where you can find tshirts, stickers, pint glasses and more! Give us a 5 star review over on Itunes. Doing so will help the show grow, but we will also read out whatever you write at the end of one of our episodes! Feel free to email us any questions, comments or suggestions at BotchedPodcast@gmail.com Follow us on Twitter, Instagram, subscribe on Youtube, like us on Facebook. You can watch the show live on Twitch! Check out each of the hosts' Twitch streams! Dennis, Phil, Tristan Hosts: Dennis, Phil, Tristan, Jenna, Steve Editor: Dennis Producer: Phil and Dennis Executive Producers: James Thatcher, He Who Is Steve, Zach Anderson, Chronic Ejac, Jim Beverly, Seth Skinner, Shannon Tucker, Big Jon, Bmel, Disgruntled Furniture, Bread2287, GungnirtheDude Publisher: Phil and Dennis Art by Emily Swan Music by Gozer --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/botchedpodcast/support
In this week's episode, host Daniel Raimi talks with Regan Patterson, an incoming assistant professor at UCLA who recently completed a fellowship as a Transportation Equity Research Fellow at the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation. Patterson describes how the US transportation system has led to environmental injustice and inequitable access to mobility services. She and Raimi talk about how this situation came to be; potential policy solutions; and how cities, states, and the federal government can address these issues moving forward. References and recommendations: “Gender, Climate and Transport in the United States” by Regan Patterson from the Women's Environment and Development Organization; https://wedo.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/WEDO_PolicyBriefonTransport_July15.pdf “Dangerous by Design 2021” by Smart Growth America; https://smartgrowthamerica.org/dangerous-by-design/ “Carbon trading, co-pollutants, and environmental equity: Evidence from California's cap-and-trade program (2011–2015)” by Lara Cushing, Dan Blaustein-Rejto, Madeline Wander, Manuel Pastor, James Sadd, Allen Zhu, and Rachel Morello-Frosch; https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pmed.1002604 Black in Environment; https://www.blackinenviron.org/ “Black Like Plastic” short film; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ta-IaB8Y0I
In this week's episode, host Daniel Raimi talks with Bobby Tudor, the chair of the Houston Energy Transition Initiative and the founder and former CEO of the Houston-based investment and merchant bank Tudor, Pickering, Holt & Co. In his new role with the Houston Energy Transition Initiative, Tudor focuses on how Houston can take the lead in the energy transition away from fossil fuels. He and Raimi talk about the history of Houston, how oil and gas came to play such a big part in the city's economy, the strengths that the current energy incumbents can leverage in a transition to net-zero emissions, what Houston's economy might look like in 20 or 30 years, and what roadblocks could stand in the way. References and recommendations: “How to Avoid a Climate Disaster” by Bill Gates; https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/633968/how-to-avoid-a-climate-disaster-by-bill-gates/ “Once-Oil-Dependent Texas Economy to Keep Growing as Renewable Energy Expands” by Christopher Slijk and Keith R. Phillips; https://www.dallasfed.org/research/swe/2021/swe2103/swe2103b.aspx
This week on the show, after the news, we dive into the wacky Raimi rollercoaster that was - Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness. Also this week, we're testing out some new audio equipment, so let us know what you think! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/gnggcast/support
Marvel May comes to a close as we talk about Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. Directed by the legendary and influential Sam Raimi, the latest entry in the MCU delves into Horror territory while also officially welcoming everyone to the Multiverse Saga. Packed with stunning visuals, jump scares, and loads of references to Raimi's past work, this may just be the most unique MCU film to date...and that's NOT a bad thing. Spoilers abound! Get 20% OFF + FREE SHIPPING with our code 'SUPER' at https://www.manscaped.comCheck out The Muck Podcast: https://themuckpodcast.fireside.fm/Visit https://www.supermediabrospodcast.com for all past, present, and future episodes, and to leave us a voicemail!Leave us a rating/review on Spotify, GoodPods, and Podchaserhttps://www.supermediabrospodcast.com/reviews/new/https://open.spotify.com/show/2MGEg2bZZkfkL0vykqfli0 https://goodpods.app.link/Y3gwYGd3xkbhttps://www.Podchaser.com/supermediabrosSubscribe to us on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/supermediabrospodcastSuper Media Bros Merch: https://www.storefrontier.com/store/super-media-bros-podcastSuper Media Bros on Social Mediahttps://www.Facebook.com/SuperMediaBroshttps://www.Twitter.com/SuperMediaBros_https://www.Instagram.com/SuperMediaBrosPodcastFounding member of OddPods Mediahttps://www.oddpodsmedia.comhttps://www.facebook.com/oddpodsmedianetworkhttps://www.twitter.com/oddpodsmediahttps://www.instagram.com/oddpodsmedia
On the verge of creating a synthetic replacement for lost skin, Peyton Westlake's life is turned inside out by an explosion at the hands of infamous sub-boss Robert G. Durant and left severely burned, immune to pain, but with the technology to become anyone he chooses for 99 minutes at a time with his masks of synthetic skin. Bent on revenge, he works to dismantle Durant's empire and turn him against everyone closest to him. Joe welcomes Tyler Pistorius back to the show to discuss the Sam Raimi cult classic DARKMAN in the wake of middling reviews for Raimi's latest superhero jaunt: DOCTOR STRANGE IN THE MULTIVERSE OF MADNESS. Support the podcast with 5-star ratings and reviews on Apple Podcasts: tinyurl.com/y8t8k5ag If you want to support the show by sending us a few bucks, you can become a Patron, which also earns you access to exclusive content! www.patreon.com/wordsalad If you're looking for other ways to support the show, recommend us to a friend! Any support is greatly appreciated. You guys keep us going! Email us at WordSaladProductions@gmail.com Check out the Word Salad Radioheads Facebook group: www.facebook.com/groups/WordSalad Follow Word Salad Radio on Twitter: www.twitter.com/WordSaladRadio Follow Joe on Letterboxd: www.letterboxd.com/j4sanders Follow Tyler on Twitter: www.twitter.com/TylerPistorius Intro: Cover Art created by Joe Ketchum Episode edited by Joe Ketchum Other shows featured on Word Salad Radio: Blockbuster Autopsy: Highly qualified professionals diagnose the cause of death on some of the biggest budget movies and TV corpses around. Commentary Commissary: Host and guests watch movies they enjoy and talk over them. Dick Picks: Where host and guest choose terrible movies to subject the other to and try to defend them. Doc n Roll: An examination of documentary films. Fic/off: Competitors are given 2 fictional characters to mashup into original short stories. Flux Capacitors: A show analyzing the time travel mechanics in various movies and TV shows. Ghost of Oscar Past: An annual Oscar retrospective looking at winners/nominees from 20 years ago to see if they still hold up. High Five: Host and guest compile top five lists that are related but don't overlap. The List of Shame: One person tries to guess what a classic film they've never seen is about and then tries to convince the other person they were right after watching it for the first time. Loose Canons: Where our cohosts review movies that don't actually exist, like Jaws 19 from Back to the Future Part II. The Mooby Awards: An annual show where co-hosts rip apart a movie they agree is overrated. Page Turners: A show all about the art of adaptation. Quote Unquote Guilty: All about guilty pleasure movies, tv shows, music, scientific principles, etc. Rock Cops: A Patreon-Exclusive mini-series breaking down every episode of the 90s musical cop drama Cop Rock. Stranger Themes: Co-hosts force each other to make weird analyses of different movies and defend their argument with evidence from the text. Test Pilots: A show about failed TV pilots and where they might've gone from here. War Salad: Co-hosts debate a film one of them likes and the other does not. You-Turn: A podcast dedicated to Word Salad fans! Patrons of the show star in original fan fiction short stories. © 2016-2022 Joe Ketchum
This week's episode is the final installment of a three-part series that celebrates the 70th anniversary of Resources for the Future (RFF). In this episode, host Daniel Raimi looks toward the future of RFF, as seen through the eyes of the organization's talented and dedicated research analysts and associates. RFF's research analysts gather and analyze data, review published studies, help write papers and reports, and do it all with dedication and enthusiasm. They're an essential part of the organization's research. In this episode, Raimi talks with RFF Research Analysts Emily Joiner, Sophie Pesek, Nicholas Roy, and Steven Witkin, along with Senior Research Associate and Geographic Information Systems Coordinator Alexandra Thompson. While these young scholars share how they first got interested in environmental economics, they mostly focus on the future by lending insights about the topics they think RFF scholars will be working on in 20 or 30 years—and what role they see for themselves in that future. References and recommendations: “Chesapeake” by James A. Michener; https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/114052/chesapeake-by-james-a-michener/ “Alaska” by James A. Michener; https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/114041/alaska-by-james-a-michener/ “Hawaii” by James A. Michener; https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/114063/hawaii-by-james-a-michener/ “Caribbean” by James A. Michener; https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/114048/caribbean-by-james-a-michener/ “Under a White Sky: The Nature of the Future” by Elizabeth Kolbert; https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/617060/under-a-white-sky-by-elizabeth-kolbert/ “The Age of Revolution: 1789–1848” by Eric Hobsbawm; https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/80964/the-age-of-revolution-1749-1848-by-eric-hobsbawm/ “Rip It Up and Start Again” by Simon Reynolds; https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/291130/rip-it-up-and-start-again-by-simon-reynolds/ “A Sand County Almanac” by Aldo Leopold; https://www.aldoleopold.org/store/a-sand-county-almanac/ “Severance” television series; https://www.imdb.com/title/tt11280740/
Listen up Horror Fiends! The Horror Junkies are back for another blood curdling week of snacks and shenanigans. On this week's episode the boys get together to discuss two, that's right two Sam Raimi films. The first film up on the butcher block is the third installment in the Evil Dead franchise, Army of Darkness released in 1992. Originally, going to be titled Evil Dead III: Army of Darkness or even Medieval Darkness, Raimi delivers us a fully fleshed out Ash Williams and we are here for the 3 stooges humor and deadite action! The second film takes the Horror Junkies into the realm of Hairy, but Sweaty as we discuss his most recent work Dr. Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. This Marvel comics movies pushes the element on Marvel's typical family friendly entertainment and delivers a vivid rollercoaster of action and yes even GORE! Raimi gives us nerds the initial taste of the forbidden fruit that is Marvel Horror and it absolutely kills. As always leave us a review, follow us on Instagram, TikTok, and Twitter, and tell your friends about our show, so that they can join in on the horror. If you have any show topics, movies, comics, or have something Horror related you would like to see discussed on the show, send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org Want more content?! Well then subscribe to our Youtube and Twitch channels so you can watch us play scary games. Theme by: Hunter Young - Swamp Sound Studios Artwork by: DeliriousToons Stay Weird! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/horrorjunkiespodcasts/support
Unlike so much of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the newest Doctor Strange entry carries the unmistakable stamp of its director, Sam Raimi, so we're preparing to enter the Multiverse of Madness next week with a film that's an undiluted hit of Raimi: the third entry in the Evil Dead trilogy, 1993's ARMY OF DARKNESS. We're joined by our longtime friend and colleague Matt Singer to revisit a film he calls the “pure essence” of Raimi, which makes up for its lack of deeper themes and nuanced character work with a commitment to fun, cartoonish excess that could be looked at as a deconstruction of heroism — or perhaps fun, cartoonish excess for its own sake is the point. Please share your comments, thoughts, and questions about ARMY OF DARKNESS, DOCTOR STRANGE IN THE MULTIVERSE OF MADNESS, or anything else in the world of film, by sending an email to email@example.com. We may respond to it on our Patreon (patreon.com/NextPictureShow), where you can also find bonus episodes, recommendations, and more. Show Notes Works Cited: • “Every Sam Raimi Movie, Ranked From Worst To Best” by Matt Singer (screencrush.com) • “Stop Telling Me to Turn My Brain Off During Movies” by Matt Singer (screencrush.com) Outro music: Sufjan Stevens, “Sugar” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week Mike, and Justin chat about Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. However, before that, they give their thoughts on Mono Knight and Outer Range. - Intro (00:00:00 - 00:04:44) - News on the March! (00:04:44-0:24:04) - Moon Knight - Outer Range - Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness - (00:24:04 - 01:16:34) - Spoilers start at 00:43:38 - Outro - (01:16:34 - 01:17:34) Also, for all your movie and game news, reviews, and more, check out our friends at www.cinelinx.com.Follow us on: Twitter Facebook Instagram Email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org Talk Criterion Collection, film, tv, and other stuff with us in our Facebook group at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/casualcinecast Intro/Outro Music courtesy of Jake Wagner-Russell at www.soundcloud.com/bopscotch
Some of the best that New Zealand podcasting has to offer are here this week to join Sam in discussing the new Marvel film, Dr Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. Specifcally, Thomas from the History of Aotearoa New Zealand podcast, and Waffles from Waffles and Mario Talk About Things bring the heat, as we ponder things like: What NZ actor/actress would play Captain Kiwi? What franchise should be "Raimi'ed" next? How quickly after meeting an alternative version of yourself would you start scrapping them? But of course the best questions are from our premier Patreons: Emily, Julio, Dave, Dan, Chris, Nerdtrovert and Nick! Wanna join them and help shape the show? Well you can join them here: www.patreon.com/mritqs Emily also has her own podcast, which you can find here: https://www.tastelesspod.com/ As does Julio! Find it here: http://www.wearethecontrarians.com/ And check out Dave's stuff! You can find it here: https://www.patreon.com/yourfavorite And of course Dan, at https://www.netflixnswill.com/ Also Nick! Just search out Nikolis Kitchen ALSO! Wanna buy Sam's book? It's available on most of the major websites (Amazon, Book Depository etc), just search out Sam Hurley Compliance and ya should find it. SOCIALS: You can contact us here on Twitter: www.twitter.com/moviereviewsin Or here on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MovieReviewsIn20Qs Or via email at email@example.com Cheers!
Is this not America? Is baseball not America's favorite pastime? Is “For Love of the Game” a Sam Raimi movie? Technically speaking, sure! It's about a guy who's trying not to lose both his hand and his lady - some very Raimi-esque themes. Gawker's Olivia Craighead returns to the pod to talk about Kevin “Straight Outta Compton” Costner, and we go long on crackerjacks, Vin Scully's screenplay notes, and the cinematic pleasures of baseball. The crack of the bat, baby! Plus - the boys open up about their little league days (Ben obviously loved to steal bases). This episode is sponsored by: Manscaped - (CODE: BLANKCHECK) SplendidSpoon (splendidspoon.com/check) Join our Patreon at patreon.com/blankcheck Follow us @blankcheckpod on Twitter and Instagram! Buy some real nerdy merch at shopblankcheckpod.myshopify.com
Back in 2002, the superhero genre was still finding its feet. Tim Burton's "Batman" had been huge in '89, but the franchise it spawned had fizzled out by the end of the '90s. The first "X-Men" film did decent box office in 2000, but failed to become a culture-defining event like the Burton film had. Sam Raimi's SPIDER-MAN changed all that. A massive success at the box office when it opened in May 2002, it acted as a bridge between the self-aware, still campy comic book movies of the past two decades and the effects-driven spectacle that has come to define our current "cinematic universe" era. With a masterful control of tone, an eye for staging memorable action, and a focus on character and relationships, the Raimi/Spidey combo was a winning one. For their 20th anniversary revisit, Adam and Josh talk about the pleasure of watching a self-contained superhero movie, and break down some of the film's most iconic scenes. Also on the show, Josh's review of Raimi's new DOCTOR STRANGE IN THE MULTIVERSE OF MADNESS and his thoughts on Golden Brick nominee WE'RE ALL GOING TO THE WORLD'S FAIR. And Chicago critic Steven Prokopy drops by to share details about the upcoming Chicago Critics Film Festival. Plus Movie Doctors Not Doctoring poll results and a new poll that asks: "Yep? or Nope." 0:00 - Billboard 1:32 - Sacred Cow: "Spider-Man" (2002) Danny Elfman, "Spider-Man (Main Title)" 39:55 - Review (JL): "Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness" 44:15 - Buster Keaton Event in Chicago 47:54 - Chicago Critics Film Fest Preview w/Steve Prokopy 1:00:59 - Polls 1:09:12 - Brickspotting: "We're All Going To The World's Fair" 1:14:26 - Outro / Outtake (Goblin Mode) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is more Marvel fare and delivers exactly what you'd expect, but Sam Raimi is in full Raimi form with enough of a twist to keep it interesting. It's just too bad that it's co-protagonist is a MacGuffin. Join us for the podcast to hear our non-spoiler thoughts and what we think about the trailers for upcoming movies then, if you're a club member, stick around for the full spoiler review. Check out https://support.baldmove.com/ to find out how you can gain access to ALL of our premium content, as well as ad-free versions of the podcasts, for just $5 a month! Join the discussion: Email | Discord | Reddit | Forums Follow us: Twitch | YouTube | Twitter | Instagram | Facebook Leave Us A Review on Apple Podcasts Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week sees the release of ‘Dr. Strange in the Multiverse of Madness,' which is directed by one of our favorite filmmakers, Sam Raimi. Adam Nayman talks with Sean about Raimi's expansive career and style, before ranking his 15 features (38:00). Then, Sean is joined by Tom Gormican, the director of ‘The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent,' to discuss his Nicolas Cage meta-action vehicle (1:11:00). Host: Sean Fennessey Guests: Adam Nayman and Tom Gormican Producer: Bobby Wagner Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
$4.4 million, a murder of crows, and a cursed crashed plane…the ingredients for a real nail-biter of a fable! Filmmaker Kevin Smith (yep, THAT Kevin Smith) joins us to talk about one of his favorite films - 1998's “A Simple Plan” - and to pay tribute to the late producer Jim Jacks, who shepherded several filmmakers (such as Raimi, the Coens, Richard Linklater, and Smith himself) as they made their transitions from scrappy indies to the big leagues. How successfully is Raimi able to meld his signature kinetic style with this film's air of prestige? Was Billy Bob Thornton “the best actor alive between the years of 1998 and 2003,” per David? What would YOU do if you discovered all that money in the woods? Ben would buy an island, and there would be no problems or conflicts, and it would just be really chill and fun! This episode is sponsored by: Stamps.com (CODE: CHECK) Brooklinen (CODE: BLANK) PolicyGenius.com Join our Patreon at patreon.com/blankcheck Follow us @blankcheckpod on Twitter and Instagram! Buy some real nerdy merch at shopblankcheckpod.myshopify.com
Support the stream: https://streamlabs.com/johncampea Please support the sponsors of today's show by using the links below and using our promo code where applicable for bonus deals! MINT MOBILE - Go To http://www.mintmobile.com/campea MEUNDIES - http://www.meundies.com/campea KEEPS - http://www.keeps.com/campea On today's episode: - The Northman Review - Marvel Forces Raimi To Make Doctor Strange 2 Changes - Too Much Interference? - Production Shut Down Due To Accusations Against Bill Murray Leave a question when you tip at https://streamelements.com/movieblogtv/tip and it will be answered on the Mailbag show. (Remember, you are submitting a TIP to support the channel. You are not "buying" a question to be on the show. We're happy to answer the questions or comments you submit with your tips, but we reserve the right to not air any question or comment if we consider it inappropriate, unconstructive or disruptive to the flow of the show). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Who's Darkman? A man of a thousand faces! A walking fleshwound who probably smells awful! A dude who probably would be into night eggs! Filmmaker Chris Weitz joins us to geek out over Sam Raimi's homage to the Universal Monsters - a film that establishes the comic book style that Raimi would later perfect with his “Spider-Man” trilogy. We discuss the early 90s run of pulpy comic book films (“Dick Tracy”, “The Shadow”), the shock of seeing Frances McDormand in what she describes as a “bimbo role,” and the unbelievably true story of how Sam Raimi swapped in his own cut of “Darkman” when the studio tried to release their own version. This episode is sponsored by: SplendidSpoon (splendidspoon.com/check) Dad Grass (dadgrass/com/check) Indeed (indeed.com/check) Join our Patreon at patreon.com/blankcheck Follow us @blankcheckpod on Twitter and Instagram! Buy some real nerdy merch at shopblankcheckpod.myshopify.com