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Are you a fan of Sesame Street? I had the opportunity to ask Chris Thomas Hayes, a puppeteer and actor, about what it takes to capture our imagination, along with the imagination of our kids. This episode reveals a lot about what happens behind the scenes of Sesame Street. Chris walks us through how he gets into character in the field of puppetry and how he approached playing a legacy character that may have even existed when he was a child and watched the show on TV. Listening to Chris, I'm just in awe of the technical sophistication behind what it takes to play our favorite Sesame Street characters including Big Bird, Hoots the Owl, or Ernie. Chris also talks about the way he conveys emotions through a puppet that is made of felt and stitching. In Chris' words, the characters on Sesame Street were not built out of anger, but they came from love. They were built with the spirit of a child in mind that the more we watch them, the more we forget these are not real entities. So how then is he able to convey anger out of his puppets? Now, if you are a kid at heart and you want to be sure you're living your best year in 2022, I want to invite you to a free one-hour masterclass. It's available for one week only where I cover the five key limitations that can get in your way. There's a way for you to reconnect with your inner child so you can be a double-powered human being, someone who is confident, boundless with energy, optimistic, capable, resourced, and intelligent. Imagine having both worlds – the kid in you who's imaginative and curious paired with the adult in you who is capable, resourced, and intellectual. You can absolutely reconnect with that child inside of you. And as a grown-up with capabilities and resources and intellect, there's just not a more powerful combination than this. So be sure to sign up today for my first free masterclass of the year focused on uncovering the 5 BIG limitations we believe as adults that do hold us back, be sure to hop on and RSVP by visiting: www.melissallarena.com/limits I'd love to help you in this exclusive and free one-hour session that takes place on January 4th at 8 pm EST but will also be recorded. Definitely, sign-up for access to the recording if you can't make it LIVE as it'll be available for one week upon completion for those who sign-up. You deserve to know why growing up may not be all that it's cracked up to be and how we can approach 2022 with a greater sense of self-awareness. So be sure to sign up today by visiting www.melissallarena.com/limits. If you know a parent who's always wanted to know what goes on, on Sesame Street, then share this episode with him or her. They're going to love hearing all of this behind-the-scenes, never heard before information about our beloved Sesame Street. Chris Thomas Hayes' Biography Chris Thomas Hayes is an actor, writer, director, and puppeteer, originally from Hartford, Connecticut. On stage, Chris has had the pleasure to tour and perform with The Madcap Puppets, Dark Side of The Room, Dad's Garage, Whole World Theater, The Center for Puppetry Arts, and Jazz at Lincoln Center with Wynton Marsalis. Some of Chris' film and television credits include Teen Wolf, Doom Patrol, Woke, Vampire Diaries, and Sesame Street, where Chris serves as Muppet Performer for Hoots the Owl and Elijah. Highlights Creativity: This art form helps maintain imagination. Everything we learn in school – improvisation, puppetry, acting, and all those things – means learning how to play again. We have that innately in us when we're young. Then slowly, it's dragged out of us and we just become who we are. Curiosity: Follow what makes you or your child curious and be part of the fostering of their imagination Courage: Chris Thomas' mentor taught him that while you want to preserve a legacy character, you should not be afraid to break the glass and bring something new. In what areas of your life should you be “breaking the glass”? What limiting beliefs do you need to let go of? Bravery: Children are brave enough to ask questions and as adults, we lose a bit of that bravery. Surreal: There's nothing like puppets. There's really good CGI. But there's something about being able to see those creatures and those creations up close where it feels surreal. Improv: There's so much improvisation that goes with Sesame Street. There are a lot of moments when puppeteers can take lines, jump in, and pitch jokes, and those are the funniest moments. Awareness: There is no hole inside Big Bird so he has to look down at his chest when he's walking forward. He's doing it blindfolded so there has to be a lot of spatial awareness. Age: The age that you do your character says a lot about what you have to say and how what you say should be received, at least from the acting standpoint with puppets. Many puppeteers write themselves a character biography so they have something to grab on to and guide them. It helps them figure out tactics or objectives in a scene. Diverse: No one thinks about puppetry. But there are a lot of options to be a working actor. We get wrapped up in what we see in Hollywood, but there are tons of different positions for actors. Play pretend: Being able to play pretend for a living and get into these worlds and characters is the best feeling. Magic: Puppetry is taking that inanimate object and bringing it to life so that you would think that it's moving by itself and has a life of its own. Education: Sesame Street has an outreach branch that produces content related to racial literacy. They talk about race, ethnicity, and how our differences make us stronger. The curriculum is big on knowing how to teach it and what areas to focus on. Relevance: The episodes have now changed a bit that “parental helicoptering” is no longer necessary. They talk about homelessness, PTSD, etc, which are all tame and watchable. Emotions: In conveying emotions and voicing emotion, you have to think about what your body does, what you sound like, what you look like when you're confident or angry. Anger is difficult to convey because the puppets are not really built out of anger. Links to continue to learn from: Website: www.christhomashayes.com Instagram: @chrisvscap Facebook: @chrisvscap Street Gang the HBO documentary: www.youtube.com/watch?v=uQEFS6aKXCU FREE DOWNLOAD Want to grab your free copy of the Courage Makerspace (™) Playbook? 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While some may consider the often forgotten sequels of Teen Wolf and Caddyshack to be guilty pleasures, most view them as a cautionary tale of leaving good enough alone. But perhaps the bad rap movie sequels have received is a bit unfair. For every Fletch Lives, there are also some gems that made the risk of Rotten Tomatoes purgatory worth it. Today on Buzzn The Tower, we discuss our favorite 80s sequels. The movies that not only did justice to the originals, but in fact stood on their own as solid flicks. I'm Mo Shapiro and joining me as always, the Weekend at Bernie's II to my Weekend at Bernie's, Max Sanders. And with that, let's pick our favorites.
In this edition of You Heard About Pluto, Jenny welcomes first time guest Jonnie Sea! Jenny and Jonnie expound on the wonders of Pluto TV and then watch an episode of the rebooted 90210! They talk the original series, Teen Wolf, awful acting, the perfect beard length, bowling and bullying, the Desperado guy and so much more!
Mike Manning is an Emmy-winning actor and producer. Hitting the ground running when he first appeared on the scene in 2010, Manning has forged an enviable career with a wide variety of characters on screen and stage.As an actor, Manning is most known for his role in Disney's popular snowboarding movie "Cloud 9," and MTV's "Teen Wolf." Manning's other TV credits include "Hawaii Five-0" on CBS, "Major Crimes" on TNT, a recurring role on multiple Emmy-winning series "The Bay" on Amazon Prime and Popstar! TV, "Crash & Bernstein" on Disney XD, Hallmark's "Operation Cupcake" and the series regular role of Charlie on NBC's "Days of Our Lives."Growing up between Colorado and Florida, Manning showed an interest in acting at an early age, getting involved in high school productions such as "Oliver!" and "The Secret Garden." He has since performed at the Santa Monica Playhouse in productions such as Lisa Visca's original "Climax" and later the lead role in "Raise Me Up."Playing the voice of Denver in the English version of the Netflix worldwide hit "Money Heist" (La Casa de Papel), Manning has also voiced characters in a variety of other Netflix productions. Other notable acting credits include Tyler Perry's "The Haves and The Have Nots", a lead in the third installment of the "God's Not Dead" blockbuster series, the WWII drama "D-Day: Battle of Omaha Beach," and "The Call" featuring Lin Shaye and Tobin Bell. Manning will also be seen in the highly anticipated civil rights movie "Son of the South," directed by Barry Alexander Brown and executive produced by Oscar-winner Spike Lee.
*A creator who has never been one to be kept inside a box or limited in a creative capacity, Grammy Award-nominated artist Tory Lanez releases his most innovative album to date, “Alone at Prom.” Having introduced to fans his 80's inspired character in Ashton Rain, Lanez has entertained the masses with consecutive videos highlighting the storyline of Ashton Rain's ups and downs with love and loss. “Ashton Rain is a mixture of Hall & Oates, Toto, Michael Jackson, Rick James, and more,” explains Tory Lanez. “The music was so retro and nostalgic that the character had to be created and authenticated through film, picture, and music video.” The Juno Award winner continued, “Ashton Rain is today's last hope of getting a full [catalog] now and later of pure Pop, R&B, Alternative and 80's Rock music and I'm excited for everyone to hear what I've poured my passion into with the Alone At Prom album.” Alone At Prom contains 11 tracks, including “Lady Of Namek,” “'87 Stingray,” and “Enchanted Waterfall.” For the project's visuals, Tory Lanez drew inspiration from classic 1980s-era teen movies such as Teen Wolf and Fast Times at Ridgemont High. Tory Lanez dropped his previous album, Daystar, in September 2020. He also released the Loner mixtape in December 2020 and the Playboy mixtape in March 2021. Additionally, the We Outside EP arrived in July of this year. What's going on Internet, Analytic here aka Dreamz and I would like to welcome you to mine, which I call the Notorious Mass Effect Podcast! I am your Hip-Hop / Gaming News source with a little bit of R&B mixed in. FOR EPISODE 80 “TORY LANEZ - ALONE AT PROM” “RUSS - CHOMP 2” “THE 2021 GAME AWARD WINNERS ” & “JUICE WRLD - FIGHTING MY DEMONS” But before that make sure to Click my Linktree in my bio to access my social medias and follow, to keep up with my latest activities, if you want to financially support the show click my cash app link located towards the top of my linktree as it helps the show overall, also make sure to share this podcast rating the show 5 stars as this helps the show reach more people so we can grow together and effect the masses! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/masseffect/support
The guys are gonna lighten up the mood by discussing a wonderful coming of age tale. 1985's TEEN WOLF, is all about a young man going through "the change". Join Andy and Bryan as they discuss this Michael J. Fox comedy, and Happy Holidays to you! All episodes & platforms, Patreon, Merch store, and Socials: https://linktr.ee/deadinscpodcast Contact us via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org Part of the Slash 'n Cast Podcast Network: https://www.slashncast.network/ Slash 'n Cast Twitter: https://twitter.com/sncnetwork Logo designed by Lunchbauks: https://twitter.com/thelunchbauks Intro created by David Rice featuring Roger L. Jackson Intro music courtesy of RED LINE CHEMISTRY, used with their consent. Find their music on Spotify, iTunes, and Amazon!
A Bonus Episode of The Brooklyn Blast Furnace Podcast! "Hey! It's Enrico Pallazzo!" My guest is the awesome Mark Holton! We met and spoke for awhile at a recent New Jersey Horror Con and Film Festival and hit it off. While speaking to him in Atlantic City, I felt like I knew him already, so I asked him if he'd consider coming onto the podcast to have a conversation. And here he is. We speak about that conversation we had then go into several of his movies like "Pee-Wee's Big Adventure", "Teen Wolf", "The Naked Gun", "Leprechaun" and "Leprechaun Returns", "A League of Their Own" and "Gacy" and how he was wrapping his head around the fact that his roles have stuck with so many people throughout the years. What a cool opportunity this was. I hope you enjoy this. Thanks for listening. Support: ☕ Dead Sled Coffee - Go to deadsledcoffee.com Use promo code BROOKLYNBLAST for 20% off your order and get free domestic shipping on any order over $60. Tell Mike I sent you ova.
Are you pursuing acting but don't know how to stand out in auditions? Building your confidence and character niche will help you to show up to auditions prepared to execute the role.Douglas Tait discovered his passion for acting while growing up in Los Angeles, California. Over the years he has worked with some of the top directors in film and television, and has found success on both the small and big screens. Douglas has worked on major hit studio films including J.J. Abram's “Star Trek, Jon Favreau's “Zathura”, “Land Of The Lost”, and the Blumhouse film, “Unfriended: Dark Web”. On the small screen, Douglas has made dozens of appearances on many popular tv series bringing memorable characters to life, such as The Pathologist on “Teen Wolf”, Zerstörer. on “Grimm”, Tellarite on “Star Trek: Picard”, Malivore on the CW series “Legacies”, and he can be seen recurring as The Brute on the new Peacock series “The Girl In The Woods.” Other notable characters that Douglas has played include Gruagach in the Hellboy reboot, the Werewolf in James Wan's “Annabelle Comes Home”, Jason Voorhees in the ending of “Freddy Vs. Jason”, the “Sasquatch” in the Jack Links Beef Jerky commercials, and he was the Michael Myers Stunt Double in Halloween Kills. In this episode, Douglas and I talk about so many lessons that he has learned throughout his acting career. Douglas explains how he worked his way into Hollywood, casting stories from different projects that he has worked on, his audition tips and tricks, handling nerves, and so much more. Douglas' journey will show you that even if you don't have the confidence starting out in Hollywood, the more you put yourself out there and stop being afraid of no's, the more success you will see. Tune in to Episode 43 of Hollywood Dream Maker to learn audition advice and Hollywood stories from actor and director Douglas Tait! In This Episode You Will Learn:When Douglas knew he wanted to go into acting (3:11)A casting story from Douglas' career (14:57)How Douglas overcame his nerves for auditions (24:04)How landing his first big role improved Douglas' confidence (39:53)Why Douglas advises listeners to make money on the side of acting (42:51)Douglas' most memorable role (46:45)The advice Douglas would give his younger self (50:04) Connect with Douglas TaitIMDbInstagramTwitter Let's Connect: Manhattan Actor Studio Website See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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The girls return to the teen content that started it all: the Teen Wolf reboot TV series developed for MTV in 2011. Here's to one year of Under the Bleachers -- thank you for joining us and we hope you've enjoyed the ride! Subscribe to our Patreon and get access to patrons-only perks at patreon.com/underthebleacherspod!
On this episode of Talking Terror, the Mad Monkey is hoping the make your spooky boys of the show HOWL with laughter as they talk about his film pick of the week! Listen in as they talk about "Teen Wolf" from 1985 and directed by Rod Daniel. Stay scared people, stay scared!
Happy Wine Wednesday! We are back with special guest Maddie this week for a discussion of the pilot episode of the critically acclaimed series, Orphan Black.We kick off the discussion with our Orphan Black "origin stories" in which we share when we started watching the series and what drew us to it. We then move on to our overall thoughts of the pilot episode. Unsurprisingly, there was very little we disliked about it. Next, we do a deep dive into the plot and discuss some Qs that need some As. What would you do if you saw a woman standing on a subway platform taking off her shoes and putting down her purse? What level of freaked out would you be if you bumped into a stranger who had your exact same face? After you come across your doppelgänger, do you let it go or do you pursue more information? We also unpack the many layers of Sarah's desperation and share our respective thoughts on the point at which she may have gone a little too far in her efforts to claim the money Beth left behind.No discussion about Orphan Black would be complete without praising the immensely talented Tatiana Maslany. We also give our best elevator pitch as to why you should keep watching Orphan Black if you have not already watched the series and then things get a little thirsty.The episode closes with a spoiler segment. Fear not - you will have lots of warning if you want to avoid them until you watch the series. Be sure to follow Maddie on Twitter, IG, and Twitch. You can give this pod a follow as well on IG and Twitter. Longer feedback can be sent to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.As always, we love you for listening! Did you like this episode of the The Pilot Project series? Be sure to check out our prior episodes on Manifest, The Walking Dead, Teen Wolf, and The Sopranos. And check out our previous episodes on iconic shows like Pose, Bob's Burgers, Loki, and Black Ass Falcon and The Winter Soldier. Into films? We've got you covered. Check out our past episodes on Black Widow, Avengers: Age of Ultron, The Suicide Squad, and The Thor-Verse.Friendly reminder - we drink, we know things, and we use adult language. Until next time!Support the show (https://ko-fi.com/morewinepod)
Ashlie has played duel characters in a Drunk History genre short film. She plays a drunk narrator, and a not so secret Agent in this short comedy about stealing the answers to all life's questions. In a Western film, Ashlie is the lead female character. She portrays a frontier woman ready and willing to do whatever is necessary to protect her land after her husband dies, and old enemies come knocking. One of her favorite projects was working on a Hallmark Christmas movie,Christmas Wishes and Mistletoe Kisses starring Jill Wagner (Braven, Teen Wolf) and Matthew Davis (Legally Blonde, The Vampire Diaries), which aired it's premiere on the network during Christmas 2019. Ashlie's upcoming projects include Beneath The Trees in which she holds a lead role; filming early 2021 for a major streaming network. Casting the First Stone filming in 2021. And she was recently offered the female lead in a sitcom entitled Safe At Home also filming in 2021. Ashlie trains Scene Study & Character Development classes with working actors in the industry, Glenn Morshower (The Resident, The West Wing) and Lar Park Lincoln (Knots Landing, Friday the 13th Part VII: The New Blood). Ashlie also has theatre credits under her belt. Theatre is where she started, and honed in her acting chops. Starring as the Red Fairy in Sleeping Beauty, she got to play her first villain role. She also played vulnerable characters in the Holocaust play, Nellis' Song, and the Queen in Many Moons, which served as her very first leading role.In her freetime, Ashlie is working on her first novel. A suspenseful thriller sure to leave readers turning the pages till the end. She also makes no apologies for her Amazon shopping habits."
We're back with another Patron sponsored bonus episode! This week we stay in the realm of Wolf-A-Mania but leave the realm of horror entirely as we cover Michael J Fox in 198's Teen Wolf. Plus musical guest Cemetarian courtesy of HorrorPainGoreDeath.com
Episode 81 of the All Spoiler Recap podcast walks you through the plot of another escape room horror film! Enjoy the 2020 film NO ESCAPE / FOLLOW ME [foreign title] ... how are the titles related? Unclear! But we try to uncover the mystery. Complete the journey with Julia Cunningham and her guest, Mr Cunningham.
It's basketball season and you know what that means, time for werewolves! Goat and Zach discuss the most technically accurate basketball film of all time, Teen Wolf starring the hardest working man of 1985, Michael J. Fox! So lace 'em up, grab a keg of beer and enjoy the show!
It's the sequel to the hit 80s comedy that no one remembers! Teen Wolf Too is about the cousin of the Teen Wolf from the original movie. He goes to uni and struggles to choose between science and werewolf boxing. Wow, 1987 was a terrible year for sequels... Join the Bad Porridge Club on Patreon for TWO bonus episodes each month! https://www.patreon.com/oldiebutagoodiepod Out Wednesday: The Wheel of Time! Follow the show! Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/oldiebutagoodiepod/ Facebook: https://fb.me/oldiebutagoodiepod Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjfdXHxK_rIUsOEoFSx-hGA Podcast Platforms: https://linktr.ee/oldiebutagoodiepod Got feedback? Send us an email at email@example.com Follow the hosts! Sandro Falce - Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sandrofalce/ - Twitter: https://twitter.com/sandrofalce - Letterboxd: https://letterboxd.com/SandroFalce/ - Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/kegelandgregmusic - Nerd-Out Podcast: https://anchor.fm/nerd-out-podcast Zach Adams - Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/zach4dams/ - Twitter: https://twitter.com/ZackoCaveWizard Donations: https://paypal.me/oldiebutagoodiepod Please do not feel like you have to contribute anything but any donations are greatly appreciated! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
During the month of October Jesse and Gabriel set out to watch as many spooky and scary movies as possible. In an attempt to push themselves even further, they each attempted to complete the Greatest Movies of All Time Podcast Spooky Movie Month Bingo Card. This episode is a recap and exercise of reflection regarding their horror movie viewing experiences during the month of October for year 2021. Below is an alphabetical list of the films discussed in this episode. Addams Family (2019) A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night (2014) Army of Darkness (1992) Black Roses (1988) Cat's Eye (1985) Come to Daddy (2019) Daneil Isn't Real (2019) Dead Till Death (2021) Deep Red (1975) Digging Up the Marrow (2014) Dracula A.D. 1972 (1972) Evil Dead (2013) Final Destination 5 (2011) Freaks (2018) Ginger Snaps (2000) Head Count (2018) His House (2020) House (Hausu) (1977) House of Wax (2005) Invaders From Mars (1986) It's The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown (1966) Jakob's Wife (2021) Jennifer's Body (2009) Lamb (2021) Lifeforce (1985) Malignant (2021) Maniac Cop 3: Badge of Silence (1993) Midnight Mass(2021) Murder Party (2007) Old (2021) Pay the Ghost (2015) Pumpkinhead (1988) Scream (1996) She Dies Tomorrow (2020) Sightless (2020) Sisters (1972) Son (2021) Superhost (2021) Teen Wolf (1985) Teen Wolf Too (1987) The Babysitter (2017) The Boy Behind the Door (2020) The Craft (1996) The Final Girls (2015 The Girl on the Third Floor (2019) The Night House (2020) The Poughkeepsie Tapes (2007) There's Someone Inside Your House (2021) The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 (1986) The Wicker Man (1973) Till Death (2021) Underwater (2020) Werewolves Within (2021) Willard (2003) WNUF Halloween Special (2013) Greatest Movies of All Time Links: Check out our fantasy film league and our website: http://www.leagueofthegreats.com Letterboxd: https://letterboxd.com/greatestmovies/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/movies_greatest
Hello Movie Lovers, tonight John is joined by Beth from Made-Made-For-TV Movie Club to review the 1985 Michael J. Fox Film Teen Wolf. This episode is sponsored by BetterHelp https://betterhelp.com/movieloversunite Hello Movie Lovers, tonight John is joined by Beth from Made-Made-For-TV Movie Club to review the 1985 Michael J. Fox Film Teen Wolf. Follow us on Facebook at https://m.facebook.com/HouseNerdGeek/?ref=bookmarks If you want to donate to the show feel free to do so by going to https://www.gofundme.com/f/movie-lovers-unite-podcast?utm_source=customer&utm_medium=copy_link&utm_campaign=p_cf+share-flow-1 For all of your entertainment news make sure that you check out www.movieloversunite.com If you want to be apart of our Patron feel free by clicking the link https://www.patreon.com/join/movieloversunite Follow us on Facebook at https://m.facebook.com/HouseNerdGeek/?ref=bookmarks If you want to get in touch with Movie Lovers Unite feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org If you want to leave us a voice mail message here's the link https://anchor.fm/movieloversunite/message --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/movieloversunite/message
Happy Wine Wednesday! Stacey AKA Sticky Keys of the Beacon Hills After Dark Podcast returns again this week to join us for the fourth installment of our Pilot Project series. We gave our version of guest's rights to Stacey and let her pick the pilot. Stacey went with the former NBC, now Netflix series - Manifest. Grab your wine and boarding pass as we discuss all things related to Flight 828. One of the passengers on this podcast flight may have had one drink too many, so consider yourself warned.Stacey gets us started by sharing why she likes Manifest. We then share what we liked and what we didn't like about the pilot episode. Next, we get into the Qs that needed some As. Do people really clap at the end of flights? Are Michaela and Ben the only ones who hear voices? If you found out you lost five years of your life on a flight, what's your priority as you try to return to normal?As always, we discuss standout performances, the actors that quenched our thirst, and we have a brief spoiler segment at the end. Friendly reminder - we drink, we know things, and we use adult language!Give Stacey a follow on IG and Twitter. Find Stacey's amazing writing here. Also be sure to check out the Beacon Hills After Dark Podcast on IG, Twitter, Tumblr, and Patreon. You can give this pod a follow as well on IG and Twitter. Longer feedback can be sent to us at email@example.com.As always, we love you for listening! Did you like this episode of the The Pilot Project series? Be sure to check out our prior episodes on The Walking Dead, Teen Wolf, and The Sopranos. And check out our previous episodes on iconic shows like Pose, Bob's Burgers, Loki, and Black Ass Falcon and The Winter Soldier. Into films? We've got you covered. Check out our past episodes on Black Widow, Avengers: Age of Ultron, The Suicide Squad, and The Thor-Verse.Support the show (https://ko-fi.com/morewinepod)
An American actor who is perhaps best known for his role as Desk Clerk Francis "Frank" Martin in the television drama series ER, and more recently for his role as Detective II Johnson (Barrel) in Amazon's TV series Bosch. He has also appeared in the movies Tiger Cruise (Disney Channel original movie), Ace Ventura: Pet Detective, Under Siege, Teen Wolf, Kuffs, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, Black Dahlia, Demolition Man, The Frighteners, View from the Top and Article 99 among others. He voiced Thistle Jinn in the 2013 animated adventure film Epic. He served with the 25th Infantry Division in Vietnam, and was later cast as SFC Bob Pepper in the TV series China Beach which was set during the Vietnam War.
Christian and Julia dish out their official thoughts on Teen Wolf with the series wrap-up. They talk about what works, what doesn't, the cultural legacy of Teen Wolf, and their 30-second elevator pitch for the movie. Rounding it out with some listener Qs&Os, the girls also deliver their sincerest thanks to the best Wolf Pack a podcast could ever have.
Today on the Brett Allan Show we have the amazing actor, Matthew Del Negro. Matt is known from such amazing projects as "City On A Hill" (Currently), "Scandal", "Teen Wolf", "Goliath" and so much more. Matt has created a masterclass in "the biz" with a podcast, book and online community "10,000 No's How to Overcome Rejection on the Way to Your YES " helping actors and many others navigate rejection on the way to there yes. We deep dive into this, his intro into the industry and so much more. If you deal with rejection, in anything, like most, this program, book and podcast is for you.Be sure to follow us on social media for all the latest podcast updates!Twittertwitter.com/@brettallanshowIGinstagram.com/brettallanshowFacebookFacebook.com/brettallanshowNOW ON YOUTUBE!https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChHLbnRKmqYmZ4Xl24v3d7A
Season 2 of Say Podcast and Die! kicks off as Andy and Alyssa discuss Goosebumps Series 2000 #1 Cry of the Cat. We talk musical theater; #BirdWatch; Spartacus; severed heads; Carrie White; moms with boundary issues; Aunt Gayle; a possible Dogface cameo; cat ladies; Pet Sematary (1983); the return of Whitey; raising the dead; another mad science twist; Cats (2019) ; non-innocent victims; “Jennifer” from Masters of Horror (2005); guilt; Crime and Punishment (1866); food contamination horror; Oculus (2013); Drag Me to Hell (2009); Edgar Allen Poe's “The Black Cat” (1843); The Three Lives of Thomasina (1963); “The Cat Came Back” (1893); racist U.S. song traditions; Herbert West: Reanimator (1985); “General” from the Cat's Eye anthology (1985); stories within stories; Clive Barker's “Sex, Death, and Sunshine” (1984); Moulin Rouge (2001); Berberian Sound Studio (2012); unauthorized grave digging; The Omen (1976); Victor LaValle's The Changeling (2017); human-animal hybrids; Teen Wolf (1985); Sssssss (1973); transformation horror; Ginger Snaps (2000); Cat People (1942; 1982); the merman from Cabin in the Woods (2011); draining life force; Hocus Pocus (1993); Lifeforce (1985); multiverses; feline political structures; animal testing; Enoch; & the year 1998. // Music by Haunted Corpse // Follow @saypodanddie on Twitter and Instagram, and get in touch as firstname.lastname@example.org
Rotating Reels has a Patreon! rotatingreels.comBecome a Patron at a rate of $5 per month to gain access to exclusive reviews and conversations!In the forty third episode of Rotating Reels, hosts Keegan Tran and Hank Showalter discuss and review Ridley Scott's latest film: The Last Duel (available in theaters). Join us next week for our review of Dune!In this week's what we've been watching:Hank: Buzzfeed Unsolved: Supernatural, Buzzfeed Unsolved: True Crime, Are You Scared, Teen Wolf, What We Do in the Shadows, Blacklist, Were, Heavy MetalKeegan: Child's Play 2, Halloween H20: 20 Years Later, Halloween KillsFollow our instagram: https://instagram.com/rotatingreels?utmContact us at: RotatingReelsPodcast@gmail.com
You all saw that video of Daniel Radcliffe, right? Ariana is in love with the man due to the unusual anthology series Miracle Workers, and tells us all about the potential link between each unrelated season. Having fallen down a DanRad hole, the only issue is that he hasn't yet claimed his throne as a romcom prince. If you're in the mood for a cozy mystery, Natalie can't recommend Only Murders in the Building highly enough as a major hype of fall TV, and Only Murders was Brittany's hype too, until she got some big news about her favorite musical of all time. That's right, it's time for Brittany to scream about Groundhog Day, and if you haven't ever heard her do this before, you're in for a real treat. Her gripe, however, is a pretty serious one, as she shares some personal work-life balance issues that have made her turn pleasurable hobbies into a form of work, creating guilt for taking time out to watch or read literally anything. On a lighter note, Natalie is griping about both her consistent hyperfixation with every show's brattiest, nastiest sad boy (some of the greatest hits include Thomas Barrow from Downton Abbey, Jackson Whittemore from Teen Wolf, Yuri Plisetsky from Yuri on Ice, Ben Gross from Never Have I Ever, and, most recently and powerfully, Jamie Tartt from Ted Lasso) and others' inability to understand that this trope exists for a reason and the reason is ~growth. Brittany gives us two truths and a lie about her history seeing her beloved Groundhog Day, and our question of the day reveals a secret hobby that she's been keeping and a discussion about the value of adults continuing to try activities for fun without necessarily needing to be good at it. #ANA - Ask NATW Anything: “What *thing* have you become obsessed with since the pandemic began?” Resources/Recommendations: Explaining Subjectify on Not About The Weather Episode 37 Tim Minchin says Groundhog Day is coming back to London Groundhog Day The Musical Original Broadway Cast Recording on Spotify Brittany and Tim Minchin on Instagram Only Murders In The Building - Official Trailer Miracle Workers - Official Trailer Daniel Radcliffe's Miracle Workers season 3 dance scene What If - Official Trailer James Acaster having a breakdown on The Great British Bake-Off subjectifymedia.com @subjectifymedia on Twitter Subjectify Media on Instagram Subjectify Media on Facebook Subjectify Media on Tumblr This episode's hosts are: Brittany Lovely, Natalie Fisher and Ariana Quiñónez. Not About The Weather skips the small talk to engage audiences with passionate, personal, in-depth discussion regarding the world of storytelling and entertainment. Featuring conversation, commentary and interviews with the Not About The Weather team and our special guests from all walks of life about whatever's got us fired up this week, be it movies, music, memes, TV, theatre, books, baked goods or bad days at the office. This podcast is the first general-interest, personality-based discussion show from a group of podcast hosts formerly dedicated to covering specific properties with a singular focus. In each episode, our Not About The Weather hosts and their guests will bring an obsession to share and a grievance to air from the their experiences in the world of pop culture, fandom, or sometimes, just plain old life. Follow Us: Twitter // Instagram // Tumblr // Facebook Listen and Subscribe: Audioboom // Apple // Spotify // Stitcher // Google // Amazon Feel free to leave us your questions or comments through any of these mediums! You can also email us at email@example.com or visit our homepage for archives and more information about our show. Not About The Weather is a Subjectify Media podcast production. Visit Subjectify Media for more shows, including Prophecy Radio, Not Another Teen Wolf Podcast , and ReWatchable, and for all our latest articles about the stories we're passionate about.
Christian and Julia tackle their biggest challenge yet: discussing the last ever episode of Teen Wolf, The Wolves of War. The girls start with a conversation on friendship and end with their S6B wrap up all the while getting weird nostalgic but just as mean about Teen Wolf as they've ever been. Howl as loud as you possibly can, Wolf Pack!!
Happy Wine Wednesday! Stacey AKA Sticky Keys of the Beacon Hills After Dark Podcast joins us this week for the third installment of our special series - The Pilot Project. Halloween might be over, but we are still in a spooky ooky mood, so we are heading over to Beacon Hills, California to discuss the pilot episode of Teen Wolf. As you can imagine, we had a lot of fun at the expense of Jeff Davis, so we started the episode by saying something nice about Teen Wolf before the dragging commenced. We then talk about what drew us to the series and share our overall thoughts on the pilot. Next up, Jocelyn had some Qs that were in serious need of some As. For example, were Scott and Stiles too old to be playing the "wanna see a dead body" game? Just how quickly does Tyler Hoechlin go from clean shaven to 5 o'clock shadow? Speaking of Hoechlin, what was the deal with Derek just appearing out of thin air? And how adorable was Stiles in his suit and tie for a basic high school house party?Following that, we demand justice for Harley and have fun reflecting on some of the behind the scenes insights revealed in Entertainment Weekly's oral history of Teen Wolf, which you can find here. The spoiler-free part of the episode closes with a riveting thirst discussion. We talk about the objects of our thirst from the show and ponder what sex with a werewolf would be like. Stacey teaches Jocelyn the meaning of refractory period and we share which spooky ooky supernaturals are at the top of our thirst list.For those who stick around for the spoiler section, we chat best villains, toughest departures, unintentionally hilarious moments, and character arcs.Give Stacey a follow on IG and Twitter. Find Stacey's amazing writing here. Also be sure to check out the Beacon Hills After Dark Podcast on IG, Twitter, Tumblr, and Patreon. You can give this pod a follow as well on IG and Twitter. Longer feedback can be sent to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.As always, we love you for listening! Did you like this episode of the The Pilot Project series? Be sure to check out our prior episodes on The Walking Dead and The Sopranos. And check out our previous episodes on iconic shows like Pose, Bob's Burgers, Loki, and Black Ass Falcon and The Winter Soldier. Into films? We've got you covered. Check out our past episodes on Black Widow, Avengers: Age of Ultron, The Suicide Squad, and The Thor-Verse.Friendly reminder - we drink and we know things. Until next time!Support the show (https://ko-fi.com/morewinepod)
My guest on this episode of Here Comes Pod is international TV distribution guru Gary Marenzi. With stints at Columbia Pictures, UIP, Paramount, MGM and Endeavour Content, Gary has overseen some of the world's biggest entertainment properties, and helped create a couple as well. Whether it was the Bond franchise, Stargate, Teen Wolf or more lately The Night Manager and Killing Eve, Gary has been there and he now uses that vast experience in his company Marenzi and Associates. Did we expect him to talk? Absolutely!Don't forget to check out previous interviews with guests from the film, TV and advertising worlds at Here Comes Pod on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher and wherever you get your podcasts. And if you like the podcast it would be great to give it a review on iTunes.
Before Dyan O'Brien was The Maze Runner and before Tyler Hoechlin was Superman, they were arguably the best parts of MTV's Teen Wolf. The MTV series loosely based on the 1985 series lasted 100 episodes and Romeo couldn't wait to talk about the characters, lore and so much more. And yes, we did hear about the movie announcement. That is addressed in our final thoughts, along with a special announcement for our final spooky Halloween episode of the season. Have a thought or question? email@example.com Click here to visit our Facebook Instagram: @bingeessentials David Rocha | Instagram: @davidrochabinge | Twitter: @davidrocharadio Romeo Mora | Instagram: @rmora02 | Twitter: @romora1 --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Halloween! Featured Artist: Justine Lee Hooper News and Current Events: Students organize against a U of Michigan composition professor for racially insensitive teaching, Richard Antoine Wright on his journey to the New Mexico Phil, Fire Shut Up In My Bones, and Nashville's new museum of black musicians This Month In History: Oliver Nelson Gameshow: MusicGhoul Movies
The Nerds are talking about some of their favorite werewolf movies and other things pertaining to lycanthropes! Also, CAC and TJ discuss their thoughts on Halloween Kills (2021) which is now out in theaters on available on the Peacock app.Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/ragenerds)
Follow our wonderful guest Deniz on Instagram at: https://www.instagram.com/letterboxd_outofcontext/Rotating Reels has a Patreon! rotatingreels.comBecome a Patron at a rate of $5 per month to gain access to exclusive reviews and conversations!In the forty second episode of Rotating Reels, hosts Keegan Tran, Hank Showalter, and special guest Deniz discuss and review Cary Joji Fukunaga's latest film: No Time to Die (available in theaters). Join us next week for our review of The Last Duel!In this week's what we've been watching:Hank: Werewolves Within, What We do in The Shadows, Curse of the Werewolf, Frankenstein Meets The Wolfman, Teen Wolf, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2, Watcher's Are You Scared?, Survivor, 2020 Documentaries: The Chip and Dale MurdersKeegan: Atomic Blonde, Squid Game, School of Rock, The Paper Tigers Q&A Screening, Blade Runner 2049: Blackout, Breakfast at Tiffany's, V/H/S/94Deniz: Old Henry, The Interview, Due Date, Squid Game, Sex EducationFollow our instagram: https://instagram.com/rotatingreels?utmContact us at: RotatingReelsPodcast@gmail.com
Returning superguest Cynthia Kmak joins me for a spooktacular episode. We break from traditional animal facts to bring you a special episode centering around werewolves. The history, the need to knows, the myths. And lots of puns at the end.
ENTERTAINMENT! Cleveland comedy legend Mike Polk, Jr. swings by the studio brandishing his favorite Irish whiskey and joins Amanda, Chris, and Matt for a fun and frenetic conversation. Like a swift kick to the crotch, the opening Algonquin cocktail serves up a side of schadenfreude and an historic comedic connection, until a masterfully made Manhattan makes the group mull the merits of our entertainment-free agrarian past. By the time they polish off Polk's potent potable, the group is taking issue with Teen Wolf and demanding to know what on earth Gwyneth Paltrow was thinking. Drinks in this episode:>> Algonquin cocktail – 1 ½ oz rye whiskey, ¾ oz dry vermouth, ¾ oz pineapple juice; mix all ingredients with ice in a cocktail shaker, strain into a martini glass or coupe and garnish with a Luxardo cherry>> Manhattan cocktail – 2 oz rye whiskey, 1 oz sweet vermouth, 2 dashes angostura bitters; Add the rye whiskey, sweet vermouth and bitters to a mixing glass with ice, stir until well-chilled, strain into a chilled coupe and garnish with a Luxardo cherry. >> Powers Irish Whiskey – serve neat or pour over iceIf you've been enjoying the 3Q3D podcast, please consider sharing an episode with a friend, and give us a follow on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/3drinkspodcast/Thank you!
In this episode, Zofia is joined by archaeologist and Late Antique period specialist Dr Javier Martínez Jiménez, currently a PDRA in the Cambridge Faculty of Classics "Impact of the Ancient City" ERC Project, to discuss his new article and foray into Classical Reception Studies, who looked at naughties tv Teen Wolf reboot and how it uses Classical mythology, language and bodies to present an updated version of the werewolf. Tangents include Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Riverdale, Sabrina the Teenage Witch, Supernatural, Ancient Greek Werewolf pottery and rituals! To find out more from the talented Dr Martínez Jiménez please check out his Academia page, and for his new book, Aqueducts and Urbanism in Post-Roman Hispania (2019), can be found at all good booksellers - and Amazon. His upcoming publication about Teen Wolf will be available early 2022 in the New Voices in Classical Studies Journal of Reception Studies from the Open University. Find us on InstagramSupport us through Patreon Buy our merch on RedbubbleExplore more resources and topics about the ancient world on ArchaeoArtistMusic by the wonderfully talented Chris SharplesImage credits: cover illustrations and map by Zofia Guertin. If you'd like to get in touch, email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We discuss SXSW announcing their music lineup, Billie Eilish selling perfume, when you're Halloween costume went terribly wrong, and why Jason is freaking out about the World Series of Poker. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Adnan is joined by Amin Elhassan to discuss Teen Wolf and Jason Hehir to discuss The Last Dance, Andrew the Giant and his new space documentary on Netflix. The Last Duel. Who wouldn't want a moat? Adnan tells us how he really feels about Tom Cruise. Who can spot Chris' random Ace Ventura reference? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Adnan is joined by Amin Elhassan to discuss Teen Wolf and Jason Hehir to discuss The Last Dance, Andre the Giant and his new space documentary on Netflix. The Last Duel. Who wouldn't want a moat? Adnan tells us how he really feels about Tom Cruise. Who can spot Chris' random Ace Ventura reference? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The tense atmosphere in Thesan's gorgeous palace following the High Lords' meeting (and some extracurricular activities) makes for a very awkward breakfast which turns truly insane when Nesta becomes violently ill. Lesson learned: listen to Nesta when she says she has a bad feeling (Han Solo style). Hybern has destroyed the Wall. The gang debates how best to help the humans when Elain decides to finally speak up…and Blake hates every word of it. Feyre enlists Amren to help see about breaking out the Darling of Darkness and we can't wait!
This episode sucks. Blah blahblah. That's because Octoberama has once again woken from its eternal slumber to rise from the grave and PAR-TAY! We kick off this year's festivities, as we do every year, with Week of the Vampire. But this year has a special twist in that it's exclusively New York vampires! Yes, it's a very weird niche, just go with it. I mean, fuggedaboutit. Open your ears as we discuss a scrappy group of kids taking on a gaggle - what's a group of vampires? Is it a gaggle? - of bloodsuckers trying to take over their neighborhood in Vampires vs. the Bronx. We also discuss Eddie Murphy's wig, Kadeem Hardison's rotting corpse, and other such nonsense found in Vampire in Brooklyn. But we can't "fuggedabout" Horror Business! In Real World Horror, we take a look at a famous haunted house that is up for sale in a tiny Rhode Island hamlet. We then discuss even more haunted houses, but these ones are the fun kind that people build and charge you money to walk through so they can jump out and scare you. We follow that up with an update on Womp Stomp Films and their Friday the 13th fan film series, as well as examining the upcoming Let the Right One In TV series, a new Teen Wolf movie, and a sequel to the Polish slasher Nobody Sleeps in the Woods Tonight. So grab your stakes, your garlic, and your holy water because we got us some vampires to kill!
Christian and Julia sit down with PureFandom co-founder, Meg Bonney, to chat about what was going on in the Teen Wolf fandom as season 6 was airing. We also chat about Buffy and the possibility of the Supernatural Rupernatural.
In this edition of Trendrick Lamaar, Jack and Miles discuss the tragic split between Grimes and Elon Musk, two hosts of 'the View' testing positive for COVID, Harry Styles stopping his concert to give a fan dating advice, Billie Eilish's shoe collab, Tyler Posey confirming a new 'Teen Wolf' movie is coming, and Christopher Nolan's demands of his new studio Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
The fascinating and insightful Holland Roden is my guest this week! We talk about how she became interested in acting, the process of booking a starring role on “Teen Wolf,” why she wants to improve her vlogging skills as she documents her adventures on YouTube, and her van-building experience that she embarked on during the pandemic! Follow Holland: www.instagram.com/hollandroden www.twitter.com/hollandroden Check out our website: www.nottoodeep.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.