1977 film by Dario Argento
All the pets come to visit and once again attempt to ruin the recording of this episode.Music recommendations are “World of Echo” by Arthur Russell, and “Suspiria” by Goblin.Wake & Jakehttps://www.auxchicago.com/wake-jakehttps://www.instagram.com/wakeandjakepod/https://twitter.com/WakeandJakePodJake Fisherhttps://www.instagram.com/kennyg.g.allin/https://deathbotrecords.bandcamp.com/Music Composed by Jake FisherLogo by Baitul Javid
This week Drusilla and Josh discuss the Fassbinder produced, Ulli Lommel directed The Tenderness of the Wolves. It's very disturbing! They also discuss film vs digital print. From Wiki: “The Tenderness of Wolves (German: Die Zärtlichkeit der Wölfe) is a 1973 West German crime drama film directed by Ulli Lommel. The story is based on the crimes of German serial killer and cannibal Fritz Haarmann. It was written by Kurt Raab, who also stars in the film, and produced by Rainer Werner Fassbinder. It was entered into the 23rd Berlin International Film Festival.” Also mentioned: The Dark Crystal, film and vinegar syndrome, The Witch Who Came from the Sea, The Princess Bride, Suspiria, a strange coincidence at a New Beverly screening of Rebecca, Infinity Pool, Water Falls on Burning Rocks NEXT WEEK: Picnic at Hanging Rock Website: http://www.bloodhauspod.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/BloodhausPod Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bloodhauspod/ Email: email@example.com Drusilla's art: https://www.sisterhydedesign.com/Drusilla's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hydesister/Drusilla's Letterboxd: https://letterboxd.com/drew_phillips/ Joshua's website: https://www.joshuaconkel.com/Joshua's Twitter: https://twitter.com/JoshuaConkel Joshua's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/joshua_conkel/Joshua's Letterboxd: https://letterboxd.com/joshuaconkel
We said we were doing a giallo, and we were semi-faithful; while Dario Argento's Inferno isn't technically a giallo, it does have facets of one. We talk about this sequel to Suspiria and find new enjoyment in accepting the movie for what it is - a different take on the Three Mothers, with a unique approach to the subject matter that drives more into the dream-like than reality. We're discussing the crazy antics, the beautiful set design, some elaborate kills, and a whole lot more. Pair this with our previous episode on Suspiria for a great double-feature. This podcast was edited using Adobe's Enhance Speech AI! We're also drinking Mortalis' Hydra: Strawberry + Blueberry + Boysenberry sour. Approximate timeline 0:00-7:00 Intro 7:00-15:00 Beer talk 15:00-end Inferno Up next: reliving Groundhog Day! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bloodandblackrum/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bloodandblackrum/support
There's still time to celebrate Giallo January! And what better way to spend it than with master of horror, Dario Argento. And we can't talk about Suspiria or The Bird with the Crystal Plumage again, can we? No, no. We covered those in our Top 10 Horror Films of the 1970s episodes. So here are three more titles, just dripping with blood red Italian horror!After witnessing the murder of a psychic, a pianist cannot shake his obsession to unravel the mystery of who was responsible, despite becoming a target himself. Get ready for arm wrestling, fiendish child artwork, a creepy animatronic doll, and a brutal, gruesome finale, in Deep Red, aka Profondo Rosso (1975)!To promote the release of his latest novel, an American author travels to Italy on a book tour, where a killer is using his work as a template in a series of ghastly murders. We hope that you don't mind a few twists along the way, because this ending is well worth the wait! Things get more than a little messy in Tenebrae (1982).And then from there, Jennifer Connelly teams up with Donald Pleasence, in the role of an entomologist, as they use Jennifer's ability to communicate with insects to uncover the identity of a mad killer in scenic Switzerland. If you thought the first two movies had enough false finishes, you have to see this ending to believe it! Time for maggot, mad ape, and monster child mayhem in Phenomena (1985)!
Welcome to Little Bracket of Horrors. The pod that puts the fight in fright!In this episode we come crashing through a decorative skylight to discuss Dario Argento's 1977 classic, Suspiria! This film follows Suzy Bannion, who's just been accepted to the prestigious Tanz Dance Academy in Germany. Things never seem right from the moment she lands and is soon emersed in a frightening world where making it out alive is dependent on her cunning listening skills. So join the LBOH Crew as they plie and sauter their way through this kaleidoscope of color and horror to find out what makes this movie so...absurd! So fantastic!Don't miss out and tune in, for at the end of the season we will be taking all 20 of the films we watch this year and putting them into our Little Bracket of Horrors Deathmatch Tournament. It's a march madness style tournament where only the strongest films will survive. Does Suspiria have what it takes? Only time will tell. Follow us on:Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100076990656434&mibextid=LQQJ4dInstagram- https://instagram.com/littlebracketofhorrors?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y=Tik Tok- https://www.tiktok.com/@littlebracketofhorrors?_t=8Ys5qjc4ZdC&_r=1Contact us:Email- firstname.lastname@example.org
Recorded in the static between the wailing trains of Tokyo and the airs a midwinter Egypt, Masha joins Chi Chi to initiate his three part exploration into holocaust art, starting off with THE DIARY OF A YOUNG GIRL by Anne Frank and Luca Guadagnino's 2018 SUSPIRIA. Female bodies pregnant with the weight of genocide, the arrival of period blood marking the first steps into a cosmic understanding of life and death, dances ritualizing the pain of knowledge, the curse of awareness over ignorance, the power of Geminis and a dream of a chesnut tree outside the window, somewhere you can't quite get to yet and may never get to in your short lifetime, but one you can dream of nonetheless… knowing yourself and thus knowing all things at once… a sliced up pear. Follow Masha on Twitter: twitter.com/3l3ktr4k0mpl3ks And for the next three weeks on the Patreon exclusive SIRENS continuation, I interview my mother about her German father's involvement as an SS member in World War II: patreon.com/imsopopular (S3.E31 アンネフランクの中に永遠の女性性がある)
Isaac and Cameron look back on a year of reviews in 2022 and hand out arbitrary awards as they reflect on Cinema Spectators journey. 2022's Full Episode List: City Lights (1931) The General (1926) and One Week (1920) A Quick History of Early Silent Films Manhattan (1979) About Time (2013) Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004) 500 Days of Summer (2009) The Batman (2022) 1984 (1984) Jarhead (2005) The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford (2007) 1917 (2019) Top 10 Films of 2021 Paths of Glory (1957) Dr. Strangelove (1964) A Clockwork Orange (1971) Barry Lyndon (1975) Full Metal Jacket (1987) Eyes Wide Shut (1999) Saving Private Ryan (1998) Apocalypse Now (1979) The Deer Hunter (1978) The Pianist (2002) Paddington (2014) Paddington 2 (2017) The Post (2017) NOPE (2022) Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977) Se7en (1995) Fight Club (1999) Panic Room (2002) Zodiac (2007) The Social Network (2007) The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (2011) Gone Girl (2014) The Silence of the Lambs (1991) Suspiria (1977) Barbarian (2022) Decision to Leave (2022) Triangle of Sadness (2022) Rashomon (1950) Vertigo (1958) Rear Window (1954) Rope (1948) Cinema Spectator is a movie podcast hosted by Isaac Ransom and Cameron Tuttle. The show is executive produced by Darrin O'Neill; recorded & produced in the San Francisco Bay Area, CA. You can support the show at patreon.com/ecfsproductions. Follow us on Youtube, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter under ECFS Productions (@ecfsproductions). Isaac and Cameron started recording podcast with their first project Everything Comes from Something (2018), now focusing on new weekly content for Cinema Spectator. Cameron Tuttle is a full-time professional cinematographer, majoring from SFSU Film school to collaborate with corporate, private, and creative productions. Cameron is the expert. Isaac Ransom is a professional creative, digital marketer, and product manager working full-time. Isaac is the student. The podcast is a passion project between two longtime friends, we hope you can enjoy our project with the limited time we have! Thank you for your time, your generosity, and support.
Jeff and Mike H combine forces to discuss Bones and All, the latest by Luca Guadagnino. You may remember him from the 2018 remake of Suspiria. Find out what we think of this unique take on a road movie, flesh eating and young love. Intro: “Necromaniacs” – Mike Hill Outro: “Atmosphere” – Joy Division
Te ofrecemos, en viernes 13, un episodio que escapa de los estilos habituales del Sótano pero no de nuestros gustos y debilidades. Dedicamos nuestro tiempo de radio a recordar algunas de nuestras bandas sonoras favoritas del cine de terror. Playlist; (sintonía) HARRY MANFREDINI “Overlay of Evil / Main Title” (Viernes 13, 1980) BERNARD HERRMANN “Prelude” (Psicosis, 1960) JOHN WILLIAMS “Shark attack” (Tiburón, 1975) JERRY GOLDSMITH “Ave Satani” (La profecía, 1976) JERRY GOLDSMITH “Face hugger” (Alien, 1979) JOHN CARPENTER “Halloween theme” (Halloween, 1979) ENNIO MORRICONE and JOHN CARPENTER “Bestiality” (The thing, 1982) KRYSTOF KOMEDA con MIA FARROW “Rosemary’s Baby Main Theme” (La semilla del diablo, 1968) WALDO DE LOS RÍOS “Evelyn” (¿Quién puede matar un niño?, 1976) RIZ ORTOLANI “Cannibal holocaust (main theme)” (Holocausto Canibal, 1980) TOBE HOPPER and WAYNE BELL “A room of feathers and bones” (La matanza de Texas, 1974) HARRY SUKMAN “Salem’s lot main title” (El misterio de Salem’ Lot, 1979) DENNY ZEITLIN “The reckoning” (La invasión de los ultracuerpos, 1978) CHARLES BERNSTEIN “A Nightmare On Elm Street main title” (Pesadilla en Elm Street, 1984) POPOL VUH “Die nacht der himmel” (Nosferatu; Phantom der Nacht, 1979) GOBLIN “Suspiria (main theme)” (Suspiria, 1977) Escuchar audio
Mary joins Caitlin to cover Luca Guadagnino's reimagining of the Italian horror classic Suspiria. Like the original, the remake is hypnotic and surreal, and it features dancing and witchcraft. The 2018 version digs into motherhood themes, and it explores the dark feminine. AND, it stars Tilda Swinton, Tilda Swinton, and Tilda Swinton. Despite our qualms about the triple-casting, we really do love this one. Thanks for joining, Mary!
Pickens joins Caitlin to cover Dario Argento's Suspiria. We talk about Italian horror overall, Suspiria's bright colors (and its bright blood), the iconic score by Goblin, and lots of trivia. Tangents for this episode include: Return to Oz, chickens, Diablo Cody, Rugrats, and Sheetz. Be sure to check out Pickens' instagram to see photos from his very cool meet-and-greet with Felissa Rose!
It's finally happening! This week The Dolls bring you a movie that was VERY important in both of their horror journeys: Suspiria (1977) And we're dying to know, do any of you Doll Collectors have a Suspiria meet-cute story? Let us know! .
Welcome to the Munsons at the Movies podcast. Each episode we delve into the filmography and impact of a randomly selected actor. In this episode, we explore the career of Dakota Johnson. Best known for her roles as Anastasia Steele in the Fifty Shades films, Susie in Suspiria (2018), and Eleanor in The Peanut Butter Falcon (2019), Dakota has left an incredible mark on the industry in just over a decade's time. Joined once again by Cori Wallace, we discuss Dakota's familial connections to the industry, her Fifty Shades legacy, her willingness to try new types of roles, and her uncanny ability to connect with the younger generations. How does she rank on the Munson Meter? Listen to find out.
Today on the Favorite Movies that One of Us Has Seen Podcast, Mike is joined by Unmutual as he watches one of er favorite comedies, One Cut of the Dead. Will his opinion save their spiraling friendship after the Suspiria debacle or will this episode cement the decline? Tune in to find out. This episode does contain *SPOILERS* for One Cut of the Dead. This podcast may contain STRONG LANGUAGE and ADULT THEMES. Not Recommended for children. This episode is PG-13. On The Movies We've Never Seen Podcast, we talk about a movie that one or more of the hosts have not seen. In the fist half of the episode, we talk about our pre-viewing thoughts, expectations and impressions about it punctuated by a small trivia quiz and other fun facts. We then give the movie a tentative rating (on a scale of 0-5 Snake Plisskens) based on the discussion. We then come to the intermission, where we take a break and watch the film in question. In the second half we have a similar conversation and discuss our post-viewing thoughts and see how right, wrong or on the nose we were about the film and give it our final rating. Links: Twitter: @MWNSPodcast Insta: @MWNSPodcast Contact with questions or suggestions at MWNSPodcast@protonmail.com Friends Links: Alex at Altiora Aerial Unmutual Citizen on ETSY and Twitter AJ On Instagram and ALL THE LINKS Mike also has a non movie related podcast with his good friend sometimes enemy Patrick where he rambles about random topics called All Downhill. You can check that out on Twitter @alldownhillshow or at their home page. All Music in this episode is Prod. by Yung Kartz and used with License. All clip samples are used under either Public Domain or Fair Use.
Over his career, Frank has worked in both production sound and post-production, more recently focusing on the latter as Sound Supervisor and Sound Designer. Frank's acclaimed film work includes: Perfume: The Story Of A Murderer, Cloud Atlas, Rush, Citizenfour, A Most Wanted Man, In The Heart Of The Sea, A Hologram For The King, Outlaw King, Suspiria, His House, and The Colony. Frank has won two German Academy Awards, for his work on Perfume: The Story Of A Murderer and A Hologram For The King. More recently, Frank was Sound Designer on the acclaimed All Quiet On The Western Front as well as the series Babylon Berlin.
Today on the Movies We've Never Seen Podcast, Mike is joined briefly by Santa as they watch the alleged Christmas film Invasion USA Starring CHUCK NORRIS. This episode does contain *SPOILERS* for Invasion USA and Suspiria (2018). This podcast may contain STRONG LANGUAGE and ADULT THEMES. Not Recommended for children. This episode is Rated PG 13. On The Movies We've Never Seen Podcast, we talk about a movie that one or more of the hosts have not seen. In the fist half of the episode, we talk about our pre-viewing thoughts, expectations and impressions about it punctuated by a small trivia quiz and other fun facts. We then give the movie a tentative rating (on a scale of 0-5 Snake Plisskens) based on the discussion. We then come to the intermission, where we take a break and watch the film in question. In the second half we have a similar conversation and discuss our post-viewing thoughts and see how right, wrong or on the nose we were about the film and give it our final rating. Links: Twitter: @MWNSPodcast Insta: @MWNSPodcast Contact with questions or suggestions at MWNSPodcast@protonmail.com Friends Links: Alex at Altiora Aerial Unmutual Citizen on ETSY and Twitter AJ On Instagram and ALL THE LINKS Mike also has a non movie related podcast with his good friend sometimes enemy Patrick where he rambles about random topics called All Downhill. You can check that out on Twitter @alldownhillshow or at their home page. All Music in this episode is Prod. by Yung Kartz and used with License. All clip samples are used under either Public Domain or Fair Use.
Well, WoHos,We're talking cults...again*. We looked at THE STEPFORD WIVES (1975) and KILL LIST.STEPFORD WIVES (1975) Brief plot summary froom IMDb: Joanna Eberhart has come to the quaint little town of Stepford, Connecticut with her family, but soon discovers there lies a sinister truth in the all too perfect behavior of the female residents.KILL LIST Brief plot summary from IMDb: *If you'd like to hear more cult talk, please check out Ep. 26 (THE WICKER MAN), Ep. 27 (MIDSOMMAR & MARTHA MARCY MAY MARLENE), Ep. 29 (ROSEMARY'S BABY & THE INVITATION), Ep. 41 (SUSPIRIA), Ep. 67 (ROSEMARY'S BABY--AGAIN), Ep. 88 (SNOWTOWN & SACRAMENT) Interstitial Music Works is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported License.https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/Theme by Charles Michel "Aqui"Interstitial MusicKumiko (edited)Poddington BearEric Steuer
Today on the Movies We've Never Seen Podcast, Mike is joined by his good friend Patrick where they watch 2018 remake of the Giallo classic Suspiria. This episode does contain *SPOILERS* for Suspiria, Suspiria, Yellowbrickroad, Rubber and minor spoilers for Let Me In and Let the Right one In. This podcast may contain STRONG LANGUAGE and ADULT THEMES. Not Recommended for children. This episode is Rated R. On The Movies We've Never Seen Podcast, we talk about a movie that one or more of the hosts have not seen. In the fist half of the episode, we talk about our pre-viewing thoughts, expectations and impressions about it punctuated by a small trivia quiz and other fun facts. We then give the movie a tentative rating (on a scale of 0-5 Snake Plisskens) based on the discussion. We then come to the intermission, where we take a break and watch the film in question. In the second half we have a similar conversation and discuss our post-viewing thoughts and see how right, wrong or on the nose we were about the film and give it our final rating. Links: Twitter: @MWNSPodcast Insta: @MWNSPodcast Contact with questions or suggestions at MWNSPodcast@protonmail.com Friends Links: Alex at Altiora Aerial Unmutual Citizen on ETSY and Twitter AJ On Instagram and ALL THE LINKS Mike also has a non movie related podcast with his good friend sometimes enemy Patrick where he rambles about random topics called All Downhill. You can check that out on Twitter @alldownhillshow or at their home page. All Music in this episode is Prod. by Yung Kartz and used with License. All clip samples are used under either Public Domain or Fair Use.
Every time Metallica releases something new (or when Lars takes a leak for that matter) it seems to get the citizens of Metaldom into a tizzy. For good or bad. And it's no exception with the release of the new "Lux Aeturna" single and the "72 Seasons" album cover. So we gave it a few spins and we weigh in on all the hub-bub, Bub. But no spoiler. Listen along with us. In our "News, Views and Tunes", we checked out the Claudio Simonetti's Goblin's "Suspiria" 45th anniversary tour, go over our RSD - Black Friday haul and "A Christmas Story" (??!!). Musically, we crank some new and used from Destroyer 666, Leatherwolf, Necromantia, Bestial Mockery, Azarath, Morbikon and The Crippler. Merry F'n Xmas!! This Episode is sponsored by Trve Kvlt Coffee. Summon the coffee demons to possess yourself a cup today! Follow us on Twitter and Instagram
This week, we're talking about director Luca Guadagnino's latest, the sweetly sick cannibal romance: Bones and All. Starring Taylor Russell, Timotheé Chalamet, and Mark Rylance, the film follows two star-crossed lovers as they embark upon a roadtrip through Middle America while grappling with their forbidden cravings of human flesh. What did we think of the movie? Tune in and find out!
Join Rev. Emily E. Ewing (they) and Rev. Kay Rohloff (she) and special guest Pace Warfield-May (none/they) of the Horror Nerds At Church podcast to explore new and nerdy connections to the scripture for the 4th Sunday in Advent, which falls on December 18th this year, including our deep dive into dreams (and nightmares)! The scripture we refer to for this episode can be found here. We talked about the diakonia.faith collective's #AdventMasPhany calendar, which Pace and Emily are leading. If you're in the DC area or virtually participating, check out HNAC's live podcast episode at the Q Christian Fellowship Conference. Check out the Oh No Ross & Carrie Podcast's episode where they dig into night terrors and sleep paralysis. We mentioned this year's All Saints' Day episode with Rev. Justin Thornburg where we talked about liminal spaces, this year's Palm/Passion Sunday episode with Andrea Garnett where we talked about Jesus Christ Superstar, and this year's Reign of Christ episode where we dove into models of leadership. We mentioned HNAC's episode on Suspiria and HNAC's latest episode on Everything Everywhere All at Once. Kay mentioned this Digger Unearthed comic. CN: we talk briefly about suicide and death in the deep dive and sexual assault/incest in the Gospel. To support Nerds At Church, you can become a Patreon Supporter at any tier for extra perks and bonus content including uncut guest episodes, Live Q&As, merch, and more. If becoming a paying supporter isn't possible right now, please leave us a review instead — it helps sustain the show and spread the word! Check us out on Facebook & Twitter at @NerdsAtChurch to connect! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/nerdsatchurch/message
Listen as Tom and I discuss our preferences for Movie Runtimes, the films of David Cronenberg, both versions of Suspiria, and much more on this week's episode! To Support the Podcast : https://www.patreon.com/Horrorflicksguitarpicks
Dead or alive, Slim is watching RoboCop. Cinephile: A Card Game creator, author and Letterboxd member Cory Everett joins Mitchell and Slim to tell us all about his new collection of children's board books, My First Movie, curating his four favorites around them: RoboCop; The Bird with the Crystal Plumage; Pierrot Le Fou and Murder, My Sweet. Plus: Cinephile as a lifeline for social engagement; Cory's unforgettable encounter with Spike Lee; seeing RoboCop at age five; the 6000 SUX and NUKEM family game; bring in the perverts; movies with that “la la la” score; Tubi ad breaks; is Suspiria considered Giallo?; keeping film culture alive; lovers on the run; nerding out over comics and Batman: The Animated Series; jaw-dropping film techniques of the old days and Cory's bonkers ratings histogram. Sponsor: You can try MUBI free for 90 days at https://mubi.com/letterboxd. With MUBI, each and every film is hand-selected. It's like your own personal film festival—streaming anytime, anywhere. Decision to Leave streaming exclusively on MUBI in the UK, US, and other countries starting December 9. Credits: This episode was recorded in Los Angeles, Delaware and Philadelphia, and edited by Slim. Facts by Jack. Booker: Brian Formo. Transcript by Sophie Shin. Art by Samm. Theme: ‘Vampiros Dancoteque' by Moniker. The Letterboxd Show is a TAPEDECK production. Lists & Links: The Letterboxd list of films mentioned in this episode; Cinephile's HQ Page; A is for Auteur; Letterboxd vs. The Film Stage at Cinephile Game Night; “Movies with whispery female “la-la” vocal soundtrack cues” by laird; “Top 200 Italian Giallo Films as Rated by the Letterboxd Community” by Paul D; Cinephile's lists for “My First Giallo Horror”, “'My First Film Noir” and “'My First French New Wave”; “movies where white hetero couples do wild shit” by anna Reviews of: RoboCop by Cory, brando and ScreeningNotes; Murder, My Sweet by Mitchell and Sally Jane Black; Emily the Criminal by Cory
Trey explores Luca Guadagnino's Bones and All with writer David Kajganich. From 'A Bigger Splash' to 'Suspiria' Kajganich and Guadagnino have been exploring themes of addiction to isolation for almost a decade.Click here to listen to Trey explore Luca Guadagnino's Bones and All and then rank Timothée Chalamet's top 10 performances! Send requests, questions, and thoughts to our email: email@example.comPlease rate and review us on your podcast platform!Apple PodcastsSpotifyFollow our Tik Tok: The Extra CreditsFollow our Instagram: @extracreditspodFollow our Letterboxd: The Extra CreditsFollow our Twitter: @theextracredits
This week, Chaos and Carnage are taking you dancing...but it might (probably) end in DEATH. This Suspiria is quite different from the original, which we first did way back in episode 12, five years ago. We take you through the movie and also do some comparing and contrasting between both movies. https://linktr.ee/podcastatnight - all our socials, merch, etc. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8qi3mvCXV4nmcKL6yNcfAw - Chaos' YouTube channel and home of her Skyrim Let's Play series. https://morbidlybeautiful.com/podcasts - our podcast network
On this week's episode of Fright Mic, join Sam and Liz as they discuss SUSPIRIA where a ballet school is a front for something far more sinister. Want more fright-fully good content? Help support small creators like us by heading over to http://patreon.com/frightmicpodcast for just a few dollars a month and you'll get access to tons more episodes and bonus content!Be sure to leave a five star rating and review wherever you listen
This week, after Jeff's audio dropouts chill the hell out, he & Dave cover for John's sorry ass to discuss Bones and All, the new Timothée Chalomet, Taylor Russell (Waves), and Luca Guadagnino film (Call Me By Your Name, Suspiria (2018)) that will make you hungrier than The Menu, more nostalgic than The Fabelmans, feeling sweeter than The Banshees of Inisherin, and more discombobulated than Crimes of the Future. All of those are movies we've covered recently, by the way. Also, this is our third Mark Rylance movie of the year after The Outfit & The Phantom of the Open! We love Mark. For the love of Mark Rylance. We also drank a bunch of whiskey and beer and hope you enjoy! Find all of our Socials at: https://linktr.ee/theloveofcinema Additional Cast/Creatives: André Holland, Michael Stuhlbarg, Chlöe Sevigny, David Kajganich, Camille DeAngelis, Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross, Arseni Khachaturan, Marco Costa. Hosts: Dave Green, Jeff Ostermueller. Edited and produced by Dave Green. Music: soundcloud.com/dasein-artist Beer: @cbarrozo.beer
This time on Medieval Death Trip, we celebrate Black Friday weekend with some black magic in our belated Halloween anniversary episode. We look at a couple of quite different medieval witches, a Cornish wildwoman from the Life of St. Samson and the famous Witch of Berkeley, as well as a report of a night-hag from the 18th century. Today's Texts - William of Malmesbury. Chronicle of the Kings of England. Edited by J.A. Giles, translated by John Sharpe and J.A. Giles, George Bell & Sons, 1895. Google Books. - The Liber Landavensis, Llyfr Teilo, or the Ancient Register of the Cathedral Church of Llandaff. Edited by W.J. Rees, William Rees, 1840. Google Books. - Burnett, George. Specimens of English Prose-Writers from the Earliest Times to the Close of the Seventeenth Century, with Sketches Biographical and Literary, Including an Account of Books as Well as of Their Authors; with Occasional Criticisms, etc. Vol. I, Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme, 1807. Google Books. - Sprenger, James, and Henry Kramer. Malleus Maleficarum. Originally published 1486. Translated by Montague Summers, 1928. Sacred-Texts.com. Audio Clips: - The Tragedy of Macbeth. Directed by Joel Coen. Apple Studios, 2021. - The Witch. Directed by Robert Eggers. A24, 2015. - The Witches. Directed by Nicholas Roeg. Warner Bros., 1990. - The Blair Witch Project. Directed by Daniel Myrick and Eduardo Sánchez. Artisan Entertainment, 1993. - Suspiria. Directed by Dario Argento. Produzioni Atlas Consorziate, 1977. - Monty Python and the Holy Grail. Directed by Terry Gilliam and Terry Jones. EMI Films, 1975. - The Wizard of Oz. Directed by Victor Fleming. MGM, 1939. - Clash of the Titans. Directed by Desmond Davis. United Artists, 1981. - Young Frankenstein. Directed by Mel Brooks. 20th Century Fox, 1974. Additional Music Credit: Ludwig van Beethoven, Coriolan Overture, composed in 1807 (the same year Burnett published his Specimens of English Prose Writers), and performed by the Musopen Symphony (CC-PD). Chapters 00:00:00: Introduction 00:04:54: Movie witchlore montage 00:10:12: Introduction, cont. 00:14:00: Text: from the Malleus Maleficarum 00:21:10: Introduction, cont. 00:23:24: Text: from The Life of St. Samson in the Book of Llandaff 00:27:44: Commentary 00:45:36: Text: from William of Malmesbury's Gesta Regum Anglorum 00:51:50: Commentary 01:04:21: Text: from George Burnett's Specimens of English Prose Writers 01:09:40: Commentary 01:11:38: Mystery Word: baggaged 01:17:03: Outro
"Bones And All" had its world premiere at the Venice International Film Festival, where it received positive notices for how well it blended different genres to create a moving, layered and singular work. An adaptation of the novel of the same name by Camille DeAngelis, screenwriter David Kajganich is reuniting with director Luca Guadagnino after previously collaborating on "A Bigger Splash" and "Suspiria," and the result has put the film in the awards conversation. David was kind enough to talk about the adaptation process, the themes, the characters, and how he and Luca came up with a different ending than the novel. Please take a listen and enjoy! Thank you. Check out more on NextBestPicture.com Please subscribe on... SoundCloud - https://soundcloud.com/nextbestpicturepodcast iTunes Podcasts - https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/negs-best-film-podcast/id1087678387?mt=2 Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/7IMIzpYehTqeUa1d9EC4jT And be sure to help support us on Patreon for as little as $1 a month at https://www.patreon.com/NextBestPicture
Luca Guadagnino's BONES AND ALL is a coming-of-age story with an unusual twist: cannibalism. Starring Timothée Chalamet and Taylor Russell, the film was adapted by writer David Kajganich from a 2015 novel by Camille DeAngelis. Kajganich had previously written adaptations for Guadagnino's "A Bigger Splash" (based on the 1969 Jacques Deray film "La Piscine") and his 2018 remake of Dario Argento's cult horror film "Suspiria." In his conversation with Adam, Kajganich talks about how his background as a novelist made him uniquely qualified for adaptation work; how to write (and how not to write) exposition; and the surprising subtext of "Bones and All" that the book's author asked him to preserve. And producer Sam Van Hallgren joins Adam for a conversation – recorded live at Iowa City FilmScene's Refocus Film Festival – about some of the best recent book-to-screen adaptations. 1:05 - Interview: David Kajganich ("Bones and All") 41:02 - Next Week / Notes 42:44 - Book-to-Screen Adaptations w/Sam Van Hallgren (Live) 1:41:55 - Outro Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
For this week's second podcast review, I am joined by Zoe Rose Bryant & Dan Bayer. Together we're reviewing the latest film from Luca Guadagnino, "Bones And All," starring Taylor Russell, Timothée Chalamet & Mark Rylance. A true genre blend of romance, horror, and coming of age, wrapped up in a cannibal road movie, Guadagnino and screenwriter David Kajganich's follow up to "Suspiria" is captivating audiences with its storytelling and artistry. What did we think of the performances, writing, themes, and score by Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross? Tune in below for our SPOILER-FILLED review as we discuss all of these points, plus how we feel about its awards season prospects. Thank you for listening, and enjoy! Check out more on NextBestPicture.com Please subscribe on... SoundCloud - https://soundcloud.com/nextbestpicturepodcast iTunes Podcasts - https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/negs-best-film-podcast/id1087678387?mt=2 Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/7IMIzpYehTqeUa1d9EC4jT And be sure to help support us on Patreon for as little as $1 a month at https://www.patreon.com/NextBestPicture
Get out your red and blue gels, because we're heading back to Italy! This week we're taking dance lessons at the most devilish dance academy in the world, the home of Helena Markos, in the twisted nightmare world of Dario Argento's art house/splatter classic, Suspiria! From Wikipedia:Suspiria (Latin: [sʊsˈpiːri.a]) is a 1977 Italian supernatural horror… Continue reading 70. Suspiria (#66) Find all of our content at The Pensky File Links! • https://thepenskyfile.com/links • e-Mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
This week the Brains divert from talking about 90-minute horror films to discussing their 2-minute trailers instead. With movie trailer examples such as Suspiria, Get Out, The Exorcist, and more, we talk through what works and doesn't work in the preambles to some of our favorite movies. Add us on social media:Twitter: Splatter_BrainsFacebook: SplatterbrainspodcastInstagram: @splatterbrainspodcastOr one of you lovely listeners can e-mail us at email@example.com
We're continuing our love affair with Dakota Johnson and our appreciation of witches this week with 2018's “Suspiria”! We get Tilda Swinton doing triple duty with not nearly enough recognition, Mia Goth as Best Supporting Sarah, a coven of distinguished European actresses including Angela Winkler's magical 11th hour micromoment, the DANCING, the themes and metaphors we definitely don't fully grasp, and of course, Frau Sesame. Oh, and DAKOTA JOHNSON. Join us for SEASON 1 OF "SMASH" and get early access to main episodes on Patreon: www.patreon.com/bsapod Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Instagram: @bsapod Colin Drucker Instagram: @colindrucker_ Nick Kochanov Twitter: @nickkochanov Instagram: @nickkochanov
Jenny discusses the third film in Dario Argento’s Three Mothers trilogy, supposedly a follow-up to Suspiria from 1977 and Inferno from 1980. Find this movie and more at the 13 O’Clock Amazon Storefront! Audio version: Video version: Please support us on Patreon! Don't forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel, like us on Facebook, and follow us on Twitter and Instagram. … Continue reading Flickers Of Fear: Mother Of Tears (2007)
“Wait, didn't they do this already?” Yes, and no. If you think you know everything you need to know (or all you WANT to know…) about a witchy ballet coven in Berlin, think again! Join us on the journey that is the less technicolor, more bloody, and just as wacky film that is the 2018 Suspiria remake! ***CONTENT WARNING: discussions of suicide, antisemitism, grooming, sexual assault*** Follow us on Instagram at @thewhorrorspodcast Email us at email@example.com Artwork by Gabrielle Fatula (firstname.lastname@example.org) Music: Epic Industrial Music Trailer by SeverMusicProd Standard Music License Works Referenced: Empty Yourself So Her Work Can Live Within You: Mothers and Daughters in Suspiria (2018) by Amber Walker: https://www.unpublishedzine.com/film/empty-yourself-so-her-work-can-live-within-you-mothers-and-daughters-in-suspiria-2018 A German History Primer for the Confused Suspiria Viewer by Nate Jones: https://www.vulture.com/2018/10/suspiria-a-german-history-primer.html#:~:text=Suspiria%20takes%20place%20in%20Berlin,unrelenting%20stream%20of%20political%20violence. Remaking Suspiria: An Homage to a Feeling by The Take: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kQ9yWVlKgaA&list=WL&index=2 Suspiria Ending Explained: Let's Talk about That Bonkers Conclusion by Matt Goldberg: https://web.archive.org/web/20181103054331/http://collider.com/suspiria-ending-explained/#images Suspiria 2018 IMDB: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt1034415/trivia/?ref_=tt_trv_trv “Suspiria” Review: A Masterpiece is Reborn by Britt Hayes: https://web.archive.org/web/20181031034827/http://screencrush.com/suspiria-review-2018/ Suspiria 2018 Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Suspiria_(2018_film) The 'Suspiria' Remake Recognizes the Terrifying Power of Mothers by Hannah Ewens https://www.vice.com/en/article/bj4k3m/the-suspiria-remake-recognizes-the-terrifying-power-of-mothers Understanding Suspiria: Who Are The 'Three Mothers' And How Will It Affect The Remake? By Jeff Ewing https://www.forbes.com/sites/jeffewing/2018/08/23/understanding-suspiria-who-are-the-three-mothers-and-how-will-it-affect-the-remake/?sh=218eca3416dc
Brewboss Shawn and Chelsea the Regulator FINALLY welcome special guest, Todd, to the show after multiple rescheduled attempts. Suspiria (1977) and Suspiria (2018) face off, head-to-head, to determine which (witch?) comes out on top.
It's sci-fi in the floorshow but a soap opera in the boudoir this week as the Ab-Hoso-strid love triangle dominates the conversation. Evah continues her run as camp counselor, Melissa be emotional in the cauldron and Koco always tells us the truth, when she's not busy making a gun in three hours. Kendra nearly saves herself with phone acting this week, Erika serves Suspiria red and a drop crotch, and Vicky is the Thing that Ate this Competition. Want even more Alright Mary? Become a Matreon at the Sister Mary level to get access to our current coverage of Drag Race UK, plus movie reviews and past seasons of US Drag Race, Canada, Down Under, and more.Join us at our OnlyMary's level for EVEN MORE movie reviews, brackets, and deep dives into our personal lives!Patreon: www.patreon.com/alrightmaryEmail: email@example.comInstagram: @alrightmarypodJohnny: @johnnyalso (Instagram)Colin: @colindrucker_ (Instagram)Web: www.alrightmary.com
HAPPY HALLOWEEN!!! In this super spooky episode of the podcast we welcome back actor Rebekah Kennedy to discuss her latest role, Masha, in the film 'Two Witches'. It's definitely a super spooky film and worth your time this Halloween season. Enjoy! About Rebekah Kennedy Rebekah Kennedy, born in Texas, began acting on the stage. Rebekah spent all of her time doing theatre and it wasn't until after she received her B.A. in Musical Theatre from Palm Beach Atlantic University, did she truly discover the screen. When 2010 hit, it quickly showed it would be a promising year. Soon came an amazing opportunity when Rebekah booked a lead role as 15-year-old Hanna in the feature, "House Hunting" with Marc Singer and Art LaFleur and then went on to play 14-year-old Caroline Boutine in the feature, "Creature," starring Mehcad Brooks and Serinda Swan. Then came another wonderful opportunity when she booked a supporting role in the feature, "Season of the Witch" with Nicolas Cage. In 2011, Rebekah made her television debut on the TNT show, "Memphis Beat." She also had a guest star role in the long running TV show "Criminal Minds" on CBS in 2016, the lead guest star Esther Labott in The Book of Esther on "Law & Order SVU" on NBC in 2018, and as the crazy drug addict Melly Wyatt in "Station 19" on ABC. Rebekah first hit the big screen when she played the young Peasant Turk Girl in "Season of the Witch" with Nicolas Cage and Ron Perlman, which landed in theaters January 7, 2011, "Creature" which opened on September 9, 2011, and then as one of the leads in the horror film "Bastard" with After Dark Films and Fox Home Entertainment which opened October 16, 2015, and "A Dark Foe" with Graham Greene and Selma Blair. Rebekah is also heavily involved with reaching out to the homeless and has done work with the Covenant House in Los Angeles and goBE. About Two Witches With its super-saturated color palette, tenebrous art design and electrifying soundtrack, Two Witches presents two truly terrifying conjoined tales of witchery, paranoia and terror that hark back to the gory thrills of classic Euro horrors such as Suspiria, Shock and The Beyond. Expectant young mother Sarah is convinced she has been given the evil eye from a mysterious blank-eyed old hag while she is dining with her bullish and insensitive partner Simon. When the couple go to visit his new-agey friends Dustin and Melissa, dark forces are unleashed after an ill-advised attempt at consulting a Ouija board to allay her fears. Meanwhile, tensions grow between grad school student Rachel and her new roommate Masha after a violent incident involving a man that the strange and impulsive young woman has brought home. First-time feature director Pierre Tsigaridis, who also shot, edited and contributed to the film's soundtrack, singles himself out as one to watch in a deft and unnerving depiction of unspeakable evil that truly delivers. Make sure to check out the NEW Dtalkspodcast.com website! Thanks to Empire Toys for this episode of the podcast! Nostalgia is something everyone loves and Empire Toys in Keller Texas is on nostalgia overload. With toys and action figures from the 70's, 80's, 90's, and today, Empire Toys is a one-stop-shop for a trip down memory lane and a chance to reclaim what was once yours (but likely sold at a garage sale) Check out Empire Toys on Facebook, Instagram, or at TheEmpireToys.com The DTALKS Podcast has also been ranked #9 in the "Top 40 Detox Podcast You Must Follow in 2020" according to Feedspot.com for our work in the Cultural Detox space. Thank you so much to the Feedspot team! https://blog.feedspot.com/detox_podcasts/
On this spooky season edition of Parallax Views, film historian Troy Howarth, author of such books as So Deadly, So Perverse: 50 Years of Italian Giallo Films, Assault on the System: The Nonconformist Cinema of John Carpenter, Splintered Visions: Lucio Fulci and His Films, Murder by Design: The Unsane Cinema of Dario Argento, The Haunted World of Mario Bava, and the new Make Them Die Slowly: The Kinetic Cinema of Umberto Lenzi, joins us for a wide-ranging conversation about horror movies. Among the topics covered: - How Troy got into horror through the Hammer Studios' horor movies of the late 1950s through to the 1970s. These films starred such actors as Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing and centered around classic monsters like The Mummy, Frankenstein's Monster, and Count Dracula - Why Troy doesn't like the "cheesy" description when it comes to older movies; especially when said movies are deliberately infused with comical elements - John Carpenter's Halloween and the dark side of suburbia; Carpenter's films in the context of the Vietnam War and Watergate; the rebellious nature of Carpenter's filmography - Similarities between horror and comedy as genres; the art of the jump scare; the label "elevated horror" and the problems with it - Explaining the term "Euro-Horor" and why Troy doesn't like the term "Euro-Trash" to describe such movies; the history of the Italian murder mystery aka giallo and it's relationship to film noir, whodunits, and the German krimis written by Edgar Wallace; psycho-sexual themes in the giallo; the pulp vibe in Italian gialli; the effect of WWII and fascism on Italian filmmakers like Dario Argento; the politics of Italian horror movies (are they left-wing or right-wing?); Dario Argento's latest movie Occhiali Neri (Dark Glasses) and it relevant social themes in the post-COVID era - Violence and women in the Italian giallo; the complex portrayal of women in the Italian gialli; Argento's collaborator Daria Nicolodi and her importance to films like Suspiria; accusations that Lucio Fulci's films are misogynistic; the decadence of the upper class or bourgeoisie in Italian horror movies -The jazz stylings of the controversial Spanish filmmaker Jess Franco and how living under the dictatorship of Gen. Francisco Franco influenced his films; sympathy and perversion in regards to women in Jess Franco's films - Analyzing the political subtext of Dario Argento's Profondo Rosso aka Deep Red starring David Hemmings and (slightly) futuristic Tenebrae - The ecological sentiment of Mario Bava's Twitch of the Death Nerve and Bay of Blood; the importance of Mario Bava's horror films and his giallo Blood and Black Lace; Mario Bava's Boris Karloff-starring Black Sabbath and the difference between the more subversive European cut (with sexual subtext) and the American International Pictures cut of the film; continental horror films of the mid-20th century were aimed at adults whereas many American horror films were aimed at youth and teenagers - Ruggero Deodato, the director of Cannibal Holocaust - Dario Argento's The Bird with the Crystal Plumage and the explosion of the giallo on the silver screen And much, much more!
A chain-smoker loses his dark glasses and can't see, finds a guide in an escapee from Arkham named Josh. Together they will track down a dangerous producer who wishes to silence them. On Episode 534 of Trick or Treat Radio we are joined by regular guest of the show, Arkham Josh to discuss Dark Glasses, the latest film from Dario Argento streaming on Shudder! We also talk about yogurt association, the ending of one continuity, and we leave plenty of room for giallo! So grab your prescription lenses, be on the lookout for creepy white vans, and strap on for the world's most dangerous podcast!Stuff we talk about: Dario Argento, Rock and Shock, MonstahXpo, Rough House Publishing, Brian Paulin, Morbid Vision Films, CJ Graham, Mark Patton, Patton and Patton, Eddie Vanhalla, Van Halen, Roni, Hellraiser, My Best Friend's Exorcism, yogurt association, GLOW, COVID killers, Las Vegas, Mindhunter, Lucky McKee, Old Man, Cobra Kai, The Secret of Skinwalker Ranch, Wellington Paranormal, Our Flag Means Death, She-Hulk, Andor, John Byrne, Werewolf By Night, Hawkeye, Squirrel Girl, Pip the Troll, Reservation Dogs, Atlanta, Black Friday, Megadeth, the ending of the old continuity, Franco Ferrini, Sergio Stivaletti, Giallo Biafra, Cemetery Man, Deep Red, The Bird with the Crystal Plumage, The Cat o' Nine Tails, Four Flies on Grey Velvet, Phenomena, Inferno, Suspiria, Lucio Fulci, George Romero, Dawn of the Dead, Dark Glasses, Goblin, style vs substance, V/H/S/99, David Bruckner, Halloween Ends, Maniac Driver, Your Highness, Halloween 3: Season of the Witch, David Gordon Green, The Exorcist III, Strange Behavior, the best cinematic Halloween parties, Jimmy Olsen, EF's mind blowing revelation, Cenobites, Death by DVD, Ravenshadow's Spider-Man Lullaby, Watch/Skip+, GGTMC, chuffed, Jesus Christ Jiminy Olsen, and the next end of continuity. Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/trickortreatradioJoin our Discord Community: discord.trickortreatradio.comSend Email/Voicemail: mailto:firstname.lastname@example.orgVisit our website: http://trickortreatradio.comStart your own podcast: https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=386Use our Amazon link: http://amzn.to/2CTdZzKFB Group: http://www.facebook.com/groups/trickortreatradioTwitter: http://twitter.com/TrickTreatRadioFacebook: http://facebook.com/TrickOrTreatRadioYouTube: http://youtube.com/TrickOrTreatRadioInstagram: http://instagram.com/TrickorTreatRadioSupport the show
It's that time of year again…spooky season! Hosts Jim DeRogatis and Greg Kot revisit their conversation with horror writer, director and composer John Carpenter. Then, they share their favorite spooky movie music. Join our Facebook Group: https://bit.ly/3sivr9TBecome a member on Patreon: https://bit.ly/3slWZvcSign up for our newsletter: https://bit.ly/3eEvRnGMake a donation via PayPal: https://bit.ly/3dmt9lUSend us a Voice Memo: Desktop: bit.ly/2RyD5Ah Mobile: sayhi.chat/soundops Featured Songs:John Carpenter, "Halloween Theme - Main Title," Halloween (Original 1978 Motion Picture Soundtrack), Columbia, 1979John Carpenter, "The Shape Stalks," Halloween (Original 1978 Motion Picture Soundtrack), Columbia, 1979Bebe Barron and Louis Barron, "Forbidden Planet Soundtrack - a) Main Titles - Overture - b) Giant Footprints In The Sand," Forbidden Planet, Planet, 1976Bernard Herrmann, Joel McNeely & Royal Scottish Orchestra, "Scotty Trails Madeline (Including: Madeline's First Appearance, Madeline's Car, The Flower Shop, The Alleyway, The Mission, Graveyard, and Tombstone)," Vertigo: Original Motion Picture Score, Varèse Sarabande, 1995John Carpenter, "Dark Star," Anthology: Movie Themes 1974-1998, Rodeo Suplex, 2017John Carpenter, "Skeleton," Lost Themes III: Life After Death, Sacred Bones, 2021Dimitri Tiomkin, "High Noon - Theme," Movie Memories: Music from the Greatest Films, Colosseum, 1995John Carpenter, "Dead Eyes," Lost Themes III: Life After Death, Sacred Bones, 2021Frankie Valli, "The Sun Ain't Gonna Shine (Anymore)," The 4 Seasons Present Frankie Valli Solo, Philips, 1967Goblin, "Suspiria," Suspiria: The Complete Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, Cinevox, 1977Childish Gambino, "Redbone," "Awaken, My Love!", Glassnote, 2016Tobe Hooper and Wayne Bell, "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre," The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, N/A, 1974Magnet, "Willow's Song," The Wicker Man, Trunk, 1998David Lynch and Peter Ivers, "In Heaven (Lady in the Radiator Song)," Eraserhead: Original Soundtrack, I.R.S., 1982Luniz, "I Got 5 On It (feat. Michael Marshall)," Operation Stackola, C Note, 1995Mike Oldfield, "Tubular Bells, Part One," Tubular Bells, Virgin, 1973Tangerine Dream, "Rain In the Third House," Near Dark (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack), Varèse Sarabande, 1987Colin Newman, "Alone," A-Z, Beggars Banquet, 1980Krzysztof Komeda, "Main Title," Rosemary's Baby (Music from the Original Motion Picture Score), Dot, 1968Bauhaus, "Bela Lugosi's Dead," Press the Eject and Give Me the Tape, Beggars Banquet, 1982Philip Glass, "Helen's Theme," Candyman (Original 1992 Motion Picture Soundtrack), One Way Static, 2014Pearl Jam, "Yellow Ledbetter," Lost Dogs, Epic, 2003