Dragon on the Couch: The Dragon visited the art-doc corner and watched The Lost Leonardo (Rent), which she thought was an interesting look at the financial side of high-end art. She also watched a double feature, programmed by friend of the show Andrew, showing of Tim Burton's 1994 film Ed Wood (Rent) and Ed Wood's 1957 film Plan 9 from Outer Space (Tubi). She highly recommends watching this particular double feature and in that order, this is Tim Burton at his best and the film by Ed Wood is an amazing movie to watch from a film history perspective. Finally, she watched Joseph Gordon-Levitt's directorial debut Don Jon (Netflix), which she thinks is well acted, but finds baffling and does not recommend. Berto on the Bed: Berto saw the new William's sisters' biopic starring Will Smith, King Richard (HBO/Theatres), and was surprised by how much he liked it. On the Dragon's recommendation, he watched Willy's Wonderland (Hulu), a Nic Cage film with a weird premise and even weirder performance that he really liked. In Berto's flicks for chicks' corner, he saw Emma (HBO), the Jane Austen adaptation that he thought was very colorful, and Edge of Seventeen (Netflix), a coming-of-age movie about a teenage girl he really enjoyed. Finally, Berto watched Highlander 2 (Prime) so we don't have to. Dragon at the Movies: This week's deep dive is the 2011 Lars Von Trier movie Melancholia, currently streaming on Hulu.
In which we revisit the play that started all the rest! The stories behind the making of Where the Hurt People Are were too good - for me, MEEE - not to share. So here's some raw tape of my reactions and commentary for the play. I mean I thought it was interesting, and at the very least it will give you an idea of how reachable AND difficult it is to do something like this on your own.
Welcome to The 52 Weeks of Christmas Podcast! This is Week 41 of the 52 Weeks of Christmas. This week, Caroline and Mike are discussing Edward Scissorhands, Tim Burton’s 1990 […] The post The 52 Weeks of Christmas Podcast (Edward Scissorhands) appeared first on Pod Clubhouse.
Berly and LA went into the archives and pulled out their first recorded, previously unpublished, episode. In honor of Keaton's return to the cape, please enjoy our discussion on Tim Burton's Batman. We know the sound quality sucks... we've come a long way though, right? Sources:The Hollywood Reporter, The Battle to Make Tim Burton's 'Batman'Screen Rant, 10 Unrealized Tim Burton Projects That Could've Been Great Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/TipsyExchange)
In this episode of the science fiction podcast 'The ACE: Atomic Cinema Experiment,' we discuss the Tim Burton remake of Planet of the Apes. patreon: https://www.patreon.com/mildfuzztv twitter: https://twitter.com/Mild_Fuzz facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mildfuzznetwork Email: email@example.com Audio version: https://the-ace-atomic-cinema-experime.pinecast.co UK Merch store: https://shop.spreadshirt.co.uk/mild-fuzz-tv/ US Merch store: https://shop.spreadshirt.com/mild-fuzz-tv-us
Yan-Kay Crystal Lowe is beloved around the world for her portrayal of Rita Haywith-Dorman in the Signed, Sealed, Delivered series and films, about the eclectic and dedicated staff of an “undeliverable letters” office. Yan-Kay was only 15 when she booked her first acting gig, and since then she's appeared in an array of roles in films like Snakes on a Plane and Insomnia, and television shows like Smallville, Supernatural, and Republic of Doyle. Along the way, she's been a scream queen, battled displaced dinosaurs and generated reams of code as a series regular on Primeval New World, and appeared in a long, long list of Christmas movies, including Christmas at Dollywood. Yan-Kay has also helmed a number of profitable businesses, including a promotional modelling company, a burlesque troupe, an event-planning firm, and a Tim Burton-inspired restaurant-bar called Hyde – and she's produced and directed numerous award-winning short films. It's been a winding road to this particular moment in Yan-Kay Crystal Lowe's life, and in this entertaining and deeply personal interview, she reflects on her remarkable journey, and also discusses why and how she's taking back her name. Episode sponsor: Fish Flight Entertainment
Jeffrey Chuck Norris and Robert Ruff are preparing for an alien invasion, and the Hollywood stars that bore witness to it! We also discuss some wonderful Movie and TV recommendations. And we break down how Designated Survivor works! Enjoy!Connect with the Show on Instagram, Facebook, and TwitterAll Email is welcome at: firstname.lastname@example.orgListen on: Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Amazon Music, iHeart Radio, Stitcher, Pandora, BuzzSprout, TuneIn Radio, and other platforms!BE SURE TO RATE AND REVIEW THE SHOW!!! 5 STARS AND AMAZING COMMENTS WELCOME!Hosted & Produced by: Jeffrey Chuck Norris & Robert Ruff
Calling all Fancy Lads! Joe and Todd take on the Chris Elliot Vehicle, Cabin Boy. They discuss what movie Todd wanted to do this week, the writing pedigree of Director Adam Resnick, Chris Elliot's early acting career (including a James Cameron classic) and how Tim Burton was involved. They reveal the many ties that this movie has to David Letterman, who appears in the movie. They try to wrap their heads around what time period the movie takes place in and Todd compares the life of these sailors to his own life at sea. They talk about the ill-fated solo projects of other SNL alumni. Support this podcast
Goth. Fantasy. Horror. Tim Burton is a trifecta powerhouse, with some dark secrets of his own! Geekin' Out is back with our hairs standing on their ends and often care in our hearts on our journey through the horror icon's work. And in true Burton-esque style, there is a dark twist to this still evolving technique that has us facing the scariest of monsters… the mirror! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wnmgeekinout/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wnmgeekinout/support
Paul & Amy kidnap 1993's Gothic stop-motion musical The Nightmare Before Christmas! They praise the carnival-esque compositions of Danny Elfman, compare Oogie Boogie's big musical number to the Max Fleischer cartoon it was inspired by, and dig into the thorny question of who this film's true auteur is, Tim Burton or Henry Selick. Plus: Why did the studio want Jack Skellington to have eyes? Next week Unspooled continues our series on musicals with Grease! You can join the conversation for this series on the Unspooled Facebook Group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/unspooledpodcast, and on Paul's Discord at https://discord.gg/ZwtygZGTa6. Learn more about the show at unspooledpod.com, follow us on Twitter @unspooled and Instagram @unspooledpod, and don't forget to rate, review & subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher and Spotify. You can also listen to our Stitcher Premium game show Screen Test right now at https://www.stitcher.com/show/unspooled-screen-test, and apply to be a contestant at email@example.com!
WE'RE BACK! Better late than never, season 3 is ready to go, and this time we're focusing on traditions- from holidays to cultural norms. In this episode, Ceci & Dulce talk about Halloween & Dia de Los Muertos and how those traditions differ in the U.S. We also talk about daylight savings, our fear of Tim Burton movies, Starbucks, & Taylor Swift's album. Don't forget to share & subscribe! _________________ ____ Check out our Page! https://www.menos-mal.com/ Conectate: Shop our Etsy: MenosmalMarket Instagram: @menosmal.co Pinterest: menosmal Facebook: menosmal.co Spotify: Menosmal Twitter: @MENOSMALco TikTok: @menosmalco
Justine brings her whimsical pick Edward Scissorhands (1990) as a perfect post-Halloween tale to ramp up for Christmas. She comes with the movie memorized and stocked up with behind the scenes facts. As the discussion moves to the issue that Edward is not human, the answer is (spoiler) magic. Check out Justine on Pod Appétit: Gourmet Takes, find her on Twitter @mixtapemontage & @pod_appetit, & on Instagram @mixtapemontage & @pod_appetit. An artificial man, who was incompletely constructed and has scissors for hands, leads a solitary life. Then one day, a suburban lady meets him and introduces him to her world. Stars Johnny Depp, Winona Ryder, Dianne Wiest, Anthony Michael Hall, Kathy Baker, Alan Arkin, Vincent Price, and directed by Tim Burton. (from IMDb.com) Find other amazing podcasts by searching #ladypodsquad on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and all the social media platforms. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @HEAMCast, like us on Facebook @HappilyEverAftermath, and e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dave and Ethan share stories from their recent trip to Los Angeles – including attending both The Nightmare Before Christmas Live-To-Film Concert Experience events that Weird Al performed at and how they attended the exclusive VIP after-party. Dave and Ethan also talk about their other Weird Al-related-adventures, including visiting Weird Al's early apartment complex, having lunch with former podcast guests, and getting in trouble at the Funko Store.
If you mess with the Wendigo, you get the antlers... (1:32) - Intro(6:15) - Synopsis(6:57) - Review(12:52) - Score(18:59) - Spoilers(1:04:43) - Ruin The Movie Synopsis Antlers tells the story of meth cookers inadvertently disturbing an ancient evil, and the middle school teacher and student that suffer the consequences. Keri Russel stars as Julia Meadows, who has returned home to begin her first year as a middle school teacher. While dealing with trauma and guilt surrounding her childhood, she notices a student displaying signs of trauma. Jeremy Thomas plays Lucas Weaver, the young boy that resembles a Tim Burton sketch. He is hiding the secret of his sick father and brother in his attic, who he is taking care of. Their sickness makes his father a rage filled, ravenous monster, and this is problematic for young Lucas. https://youtu.be/ng5eyOfL8qM Review of Antlers In the marketing, it heavily pushes Guiermo Del Toro's name, but he only produced, and it was actually directed by Scott Cooper, who has mainly directed dramas before, such as Crazy Heart and Black Mass. It shows here, because the drama and internal world of the characters is front and center throughout most of the film. It turns what could be just a special effects demonstration monster movie into an actual story with stakes. I was looking forward to this movie. I wouldn't say I had high expectations, but it definitely piqued my interest. The trailers show very little, but really sell the movie based on the performance of Jeremy Thomas. Out of all the new releases this year that I was looking forward to, this is the only one that actually delivered. This is a compelling and emotionally complex film, but it also has some of the year's best gore and jump scares. I highly recommend it. Score 8/10 Pan's Labyrinth The Criterion Collection Add it to your collection or rent it now.Click here to buy Get 13% Off your order at NightChannels.com when you use code HMT at checkout. Get 20% off your appointment for a soothing sound bath and tarot reading by entering code HMT at BloomingWand.com
Anthony Michael Hall (Breakfast Club, Halloween Kills) joins us this week to discuss his ascension into stardom in the 80's with Breakfast Club, Sixteen Candles, and Weird Science and his evolution of getting involved in new projects and different roles nowadays, such as his character in the new Halloween Kills. Anthony discusses fond moments in prior roles and with previous costars, including his relationship with the legendary director John Hughes. We also talk about experiences with Tim Burton, Stanley Kubrick, and working with Jamie Lee Curtis on the new set of Halloween Kills. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week we watched Tim Burton's alien invasion spoof from 1996, Mars Attacks! Starring literally everyone in Hollywood! In the mid 90s, it was all about aliens and Burton capitalized on the trend by creating this kooky film which pokes fun at some of the campier alien invasion films from the 50s and 60s. Basically martians come to Earth and the dumb dumb leaders are confused about their intentions. We weren't! Anyone with any sense could tell those suckers were trouble, just from their giant exposed brains. We'll talk about some our other favorite alien films, why we think we haven't had an actual alien invasion in the history of the planet (or have we??), and shout out to Sweeti Jimi who chuckled through the entire thing! Ack, ack, ack!
In this episode, we find the similarities between Edward Scissorhands, one of Tim Burton's best movies, and Street Trash, a gross-out slime-a-rama that aims to "offend everyone on planet earth". Are they both about social outcasts, on the sidelines of Reagan-era America's gentrification? You gotta listen to find out! We also are introducing a new feature where we review the films! Spoiler alert: Bob REALLY hated Street Trash! Find us on Twitter, Instagram and Letterboxd @fromjustin2kane email us at email@example.com Artwork by Josh Holinaty: http://www.holinaty.com Music by Doug Hoyer: http://www.doughoyer.com #fromjustintokane #podcast
Well, Jared forgot to do his homework, so here's another Hornby-less discussion. Instead, Jason is wowed by Jared's display of sports knowledge, there's a Tim Burton discussion, and it's determined that Jared owes Jason several hundred dollars for the ensuing therapy session, so please, consider supporting us on Patreon. Please, rate/review/subscribe/recommend Learn more at http://mentalplatypus.com and find all our recommendations at http://hootnwaddle.com/mentalplatypus/podcast.php Find us on Instagram and Twitter at @Mental_Platypus Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org Support us at https://patreon.com/hootnwaddle
We hit a stretch-goal of yet another horror film as we bleed into November as we review "Beetlejuice" with James Jenneman of the Blackbird Podcast.Released in 1988, this is Tim Burton is his element with a star-making turn by Michael Keaton as the titular character. With Geena Davis, Alec Baldwin, and Winona Ryder, this is a fun film that is parts funny, parts horror, and parts bizarre.It's showtime!We'll be back next year with a movie suggested to us by several YouTube commenters as our friend, Jared Wall joins us to do “Sardar Udham” which is a real-life revenge story about atrocities by the British Empire in India.Show notes: http://www.actualanarchy.com/259Presented by www.ActualAnarchy.comRobert and I analyze popular movies from a Rothbardian/Anarcho-Capitalist perspective. We use movies as a starting point for people who may not be familiar with this way of thinking. Discussion of the plot and decisions that characters make in relation to morality and violations of the non-aggression principle are our bread and butter. We also will highlight and discuss any themes or lessons from Austrian Economics that we can glean from the film. The point is to show what anarchy actually is with instances that are presented in film. We publish at least once per week; and occasionally will do specials surrounding holidays or events (elections/olympics) and have guests. SUBSCRIBE, RATE AND REVIEW ON APPLE PODCASTS (or iTUNES)
Belated 700 Celebrations: We have some belated congrats, a card and a very special message from Gordon Hale.Halloween: Jim has tales of theme parks and Halloween Horror Nights, Mike has tales of one of his worst birthday/Halloween experiences in his life.What Do You Mean?: Jim has NEWS.NOVEMBER 5TH 1955!, INVENTED TIME TRAVEL!, BACK TO THE FUTURE!, 701 EPISODES!, SIMMER DOWN NOW!, START OVER!, CANNIBAL CORPSE!, I CAME BACK I BROUGHT MY AXE!, CLASSIC!, DELTA 8!, FAKE WEED!, PATREON!, THOMAS THE TANK ENGINE!, PITS OF HELL!, YOUTUBE!, VOICEMAILS!, BELATED 700 CONGRATULATIONS!, SPOILERS!, CHRIS COALES!, INSTAGRAM NOTIFICATION!, THEFIRSTSHOWING!, BRITISH PEOPLE LOOK FUCKED UP!, UNHINGED!, INSULT!, PREPARATION!, PREEMPT!, OVERSIDED CARD!, BRITISH FOOD!, CHOWDERHEAD!, 2 DINNER NICKY!, GORDON HALE!, HALF YOUR LIFE!, PERSEVERE!, SHOT ROULETTE!, GIRL PUKE!, SINCERITY!, NIGHTMARE BEFORE CHRISTMAS!, OOGIE BOOGIE!, TIM BURTON!, TRICK OR TREAT TRAILS!, VILLAINS!, WORST HALLOWEEN!, AGATHA!, WANDAVISION!, ZOMBIE CAP!, BOMBING!, WICKED QUEEN!, MAKING A STEW!?, A SOUP!, HORESEMAN!, THE MAD HATTER!, SID FROM TOY STORY!, SWINGS!, CARNIE RIDES!, HALLOWEEN HORROR NIGHTS!, SCARE ZONES!, IN YOUR FACE!, MICHAEL MYERS!, HALLOWEEN 4!, TEXAS CHAIN SAW MASSACRE!, HAUNTING OF HILL HOUSE!, RIP TOUR!, LADY WITH A CANE!, THE PURGE!, TRAM TOUR!, LEFT BEHIND!, PHOTO OP!, SELFIE!, PROPOSE!, ENGAGED!, CASTLE PROPOSAL!, ARE YOU SURE!?, BITE OF A COOKIE!, CHARMING!, RING RESIZED!, TOO SMALL!, PULLED OVER!, DRUGS!, WALK ON THE FREEWAY!, NO SERVICE!, IDENTITY THEFT!, OVERDRAFT!, ACH!, TEXAS!, BANK!, SMITH'S!, DECATUR!, BROTHER!, LOAN!, BILLS!, RENT!, BIRTHDAY CALL!, JAKE!, ON THE BRINK!, A WEDDING!, RECEPTION!, CELEBRATION!, LIVE MUSIC!, COREY FELDMAN!, TRAIN!, SALEM!, ABINGTON!, BING TOWN!, ST. BRIDGET'S!, CATHOLIC CHURCH!, MIKE WOULD BE SO SCARED!, STRIPPED, RAPED AND STRANGLED!, SKIM AND THEM!, DASHBOARD CONFESSIONAL!, HANDS DOWN!You can find the videos from this episode at our Discord RIGHT HERE!
We are joined by Jamie's friend (Nate) and partner (Kristine) to discuss the 1998 Tim Burton classic "Beetlejuice". Does this movie stand up? Or is it doomed for a lifetime in the limbo that is Hot Topic. Also on the show we review the most recent teaser of "Book of Boba"
We're taking a break this week - but we would NEVER want to leave our listenerz empty handed. So please enjoy a bonus-content episode of "I SEEN'T it!" This episode is all about the 1999 Tim Burton film "Sleepy Hollow". We all know the cast is loaded, but did you know the real breakout star of the movie....it was Christina Ricci's wig. Sarah labels this movie in the "I want to seen't it" category - so stay tuned to see if she follows through and actually watches it. If you like this bonus content, head over to our Patreon page and sign up for the $5 tier to get a new episode every month! Patreon.com/deadtimestoriez
In this weeks episode we take a trip to Sleepy Hollow as we look at Tim Burton's 1999 adaptation of Washington Irving's The Legend of Sleepy Hollow. We discuss our collective love for Tim Burton and his films. Is this his best movie? Is this a could adaptation and does it do the story justice? Why does this movie just feel like Halloween? We also get into the overall performances and the sheer talent involved in the movie. All of this and lots, lots more in this jam packed post Halloween treat. Don't lose your head and press that play button now. Find us on social media: Twitter: SIMAHFPOD Instagram: soimarriedahorrorfan Tumblr: soimarriedahorrorfan
This week, we have not one...not two...but THREE adaptations of Washington Irving's the Legend of Sleepy Hollow...for Halloween! First up, Bing Crosby constant body shaming in Disney's The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad (1949). Next up, the sweet sound of Glen Close's voice in Rabbit Ear's partially animated The Legend of Sleepy Hollow. Then finally, we lose count of decapitations in Tim Burton's Sleepy Hollow (1999).
It's an unwritten law that you have to talk about Tim Burton during October. Just as I planned it on this Halloween we simply HAD to talk about Sleepy Hollow. Even more surprising Charles had never seen it so his first time viewer perspective was welcome. I on the other had took this as yet another opportunity to talk about Johnny Depp. We get into all the behind the scenes creation, how we love the fashion, and who the true villain of this story really is. Off topic rants include: MTV's The Real World, 90s 'techie' movies, and what our 'comfort food' tv shows are--- Get BONUS episodes on Freaks and Geeks Season 1 and My So Called Life and to support the show, join the PATREON! www.patreon.com/fashiongrungeGIVE US A 5 STAR RATING & SUBSCRIBE!Hosts: Lauren @lauren_melanie & Charles @charleshaslamMusic by Den-Mate @imdenmateFollow Fashion Grunge Podcast on: Instagram @fashiongrungepodTwitter @fgrungepodLetterboxd Fashion Grunge Podcast
Welcome to a very special bonus episode as Heather and Jameson take a break from MTV to celebrate Halloween! Join your favorite Gen Xperts as they discuss their favorite Halloween movies, childhood Halloween memories, favorite trick or treat candies, and favorite costumes. Heather and Jameson swap their real-life ghost stories and some we found on the interwebs. Heather forces Jameson to watch the Backstreet Boys' “Everybody” music video (https://tinyurl.com/ys4xzau6), spoiler: he hates it and laments over dancing in boots.
Happy Halloween! Edward Scissorhands is without a doubt Tim Burton's twist on the story of Frankenstein's monster. This cult classic holds up but could there have been a less lonely ending to the story and still hold up as a TM film? Rob Newton and Alex Tourje think so. Listen in and give them your thoughts!
Te traemos un programa muy entretenido pues te decimos cuales son las creencias populares más extrañas que tenemos, además Mariana Ochoa nos habla de su tienda de disfraces y te compartimos un fragmento de la entrevista con "El Capi Pérez".
The Secret Movie Club Team (Connor Lloyd Crews, Daniel Ott, eventually Edwin Gomez when he finally wakes up and calls in, and Craig Hammill) discuss Tim Burton's seminal 1988 Halloween-horror comedy-coming of age-totally its own thing BEETLEJUICE, the importance of the performances of Michael Keaton and Catherine O Hara in making the movie work, what makes the best Tim Burton movies so "Tim Burton", as well as a discussion about why his post 2003 output has seemed so different from his first 15 years.
Episode 322: To round off Spooky Month we decided to take one of the most Halloween-y anime out there and review it for all of you: Soul Eater. At The World Death Meister Academy, human weapons must consume 99 evil souls and one witch soul to become a Death Scythe to serve the one and only DEATH. Praised for its Tim Burton-esque creepy and spooky style, we thought it best to top of the season of the spook with this wonderfully creepy style anime. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/anime-summit/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/anime-summit/support
This week, we're taking a walk down memory lane with Tom Mison (Star of TV series Sleepy Hollow) with Tim Burton's 1999 classic horror film, SLEEPY HOLLOW.We discuss the legacy of Washington Irving's original story, from its irresistible premise to Ichabod Crane's ever evolving characterization. We also pinpoint this film as Burton's last great movie, and talk about why his talents elevate the story. Plus, hear some amazing behind-the-scenes stories from Phil, Tom, and even Kenny as they discuss their processes writing, being cast in, and filming the TV show. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this episode we tear apart one of Jason's favorite movies of all time... Beetlejuice. Does it hold up to what you remember or is the whole thing held together by Michael Keaton's masterful performance as the titular character... Beetlejuice. (that's three) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Corrective Consciousness Podcast 276 w/ LotusPrince, LoupFakafon, and Vysethebold! This week the guys continue their conversation on Tim Burton's Batman Returns with nods to the games and toys! We also start the discussion on Batman: The Animated Series!
An analysis of Otho Fenlock, interior designer and medium from the 1988 movie Beetlejuice, plus a look at Otho's renovation before and after of the Maitland's farm house, and what exactly is Tim Burton trying to say? Article mentioned in today's episode https://www.tor.com/2019/08/01/an-ode-to-beetlejuice-otho-the-best-character-in-1980s-film/ A full transcript of this episode can be found here: https://www.softlandingstudio.com/podcast/day-o Need design advice or direction on your latest project? Schedule a consultation with me - https://www.softlandingstudio.com/ https://www.instagram.com/softlandingpodcast/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/softlanding/support
Sometimes you hit a big block wall life and realize "It's My Time!" Through heartache, a wake up call or even a simple moment when you realize you do need to put yourself in the driver's seat of your life, and that's ok, no matter what anyone else says. Singer, artist, and dancer Joey Salinas, a a latin gay man, channeled all that energy into his latest pop song "My Time / Too Much Goin On" to help him come out of the closet of making others more important than himself. This is his Life (UN)Closeted story. About Joey Joey Salinas' “My Time / Too Much Goin On” is a traditional pop song about reclaiming one's worth, not allowing anyone to define you, and accepting that some people are around for a reason or a season and it is up to you to know when their time is up. Joey Salinas wrote the song after a tumultuous relationship that left him feeling empty and depleted. “I had lost all motivation,” he recalls. “I needed to reignite my spark so I left Los Angeles for a summer to get back to me.” While out on his personal adventure, Joey enjoyed a romantic fling that taught him what he truly wanted from future relationships. He returned home reinvigorated and determined to jump back into his craft. He channeled his past frustration into not only “My Time”, but the entire Identity: Chapter 1 album. “My Time was the first song I cut and it helped shape the sound for the rest of the project, one that echoed my first album, ‘In the Beginning…'” Joey Salinas' “My Time / Too Much Goin On” is available now on Apple Music, along with all tracks from Identity: Chapter 1. The music video for “My Time / Too Much Goin On” is available at https://youtu.be/psKprZssDtY (YouTube). “Sometimes you just have to take matters into your own hands and push forward,” Joey Salinas continues from his Los Angeles home. “That may mean letting go of those who no longer benefit your life. Too many of us continue in relationships that aren't working in the misguided hope that things will get better. Most often, they will not. I learned that it is liberating to finally realize that you can move on to a bigger, more powerful life.” “My Time / Too Much Goin On” is the fourth video release from Identity: Chapter 1, Joey Salinas' pop album that is sprinkled with dance, R&B, rock, Latin fusion, and electro beats. Each song on the album represents a different facet of his life. The title track reflects on his many shades, colors and textures. “Stomp” attests to his drive to achieve goals; and “Wonderland” examines a romantic love in its infancy. The overall message is one of self-discovery; figuring out what defines you as an individual. “I've always marched to the beat of my own drum,” Joey reflects. “And I have always felt multi-layered, like there is more than one version of me.” In the music video for “My Time”, Joey Salinas plays multiple characters to depict his different sides. Drawing inspiration from Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland, he and director Wes Culwell created a concept of being trapped in a loop; in an illusion and not knowing it, like Alice in the film. Joey likens Alice's experience to being trapped in a toxic relationship. The video was shot over two days in Washington DC. It was choreographed by Viktor Wallace; assisted by Joey. Andrea Masse-Tognetti of http://www.merimask.com/ (Merimask) best known for creating the Egyptian masks for Katy Perry's Prismatic Tour, created the White Rabbit steampunk mask that Joey wears in the video. Other Alice in Wonderland characters viewers will recognize are The Madd Hatter as the master manipulator, The Caterpillar as the accomplice, and The Cheshire Cat as the pied piper DJ who helps lure victims into the illusion. The Red Queen appears as the bad influence and the tweedles are represented by the bartender and bar patrons. Joey Salinas was born and raised in northern Virginia, the oldest of four children. He was of the latchkey generation, so spent a lot of time...
Don't say his name three times! That's right, our Haunt-o-ween Countdown is finishing out the month with the tried and true Beetlejuice (1988). Neither of us watched this wacky Michael Keaton movie as children, but many of our listeners did! Steph came to appreciate the film later in life, however Lex was a first timer in the strange and unusual world of Tim Burton's life after death. Which begs the question, has this cult classic earned its title? Or is the plot too strange and unnerving to resurrect? Let's find out together!
Today we're following up on Alicia's Emma Thompson and Kenneth Branagh story from Sunday. Stacie continues the thread with actress Helena Bonham Carter, whose post-Branagh relationship, with director Tim Burton, began every bit as controversially as the one with Ken had. Do you have questions for our Q&A on Sunday? Email them to email@example.com, or phone them in at 404-594-3658! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Join along for a Nerdy Couch Discussion podcast as we discuss The Tim Burton Theory and more in episode 226 of the Animation Addicts Podcast! Join the RotoNation community on Patreon and get ad-free episodes, exclusive content & more! Follow us at Rotoscopers.com and on social media with Instagram and YouTube Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week, Lindsay and Halle revisit the 1988 Tim Burton horror/comedy Beetlejuice. Between an unhinged Michael Keaton, Lydia's spikey bangs, and Catherine O'Hara's Day-O dance scene, there's a lot to obsess over. Don't worry we also share some things we don't love (the child bride of it all), and share our childhood encounters with this movie! Plus, stay for the end of the episode where Lindsay and Halle share their current obsessions: Succession (Lindsay) and The Love Hypothesis by Ali Hazelwood (Halle). - Follow us on Instagram here. - Rent (or buy) Beetlejuice here. - Check out Succession on HBO here. - Listen to the Pusha T Succession remix here. - Check out The Love Hypothesis on Goodreads here, or purchase it here.
Tim Burton is one of the most unique, artistic and eccentric filmmakers to ever live. His blend of gothic, fantasy, horror and his modernization of German Expressionism has created the most recognizable aesthetic of any filmmaker in history. Burton is a creative genius and his films will live on forever. Let's discuss his eclectic career.
This week the siblings crack open a wild old favorite, Tim Burton's Sleepy Hollow (1999). Carie postulates that Tim Burton may be into bloodplay, Ross can't get over how poorly written the narrative is, and Christopher Walken is back to haunt our nightmares as the infamous phantasm, The Headless Horseman. Apologies in advance to Christina Ricci for mispronouncing her name for like THE WHOLE THING. Related Media: Disney's Legend of Sleepy Hollow; Copyright 2021 Sorry Mom Productions
This week, Mousetalgia gets spooky for Halloween week with a variety of spook-sational items. First, Jeff reports from an event at the Walt Disney Family Museum with Gonzo the Great and Pepe the King Prawn sharing stories from the making of "Muppets Haunted Mansion," and then we speak with Kirk Thatcher, the director of the special, who talks about the genesis of the project and some of the experiences he had filming the show. Then, we speak with Kelly Younger, who joined Kirk and Bill Barretta as a writer for the special. Kelly talks about the nature of writing for Muppets, stories about developing the songs in the show, and the success of the special. Next, we celebrate the 20th anniversary of Haunted Mansion Holiday with Disney artist Tim Wollweber, who worked on the design and construction of the original Haunted Mansion Holiday, and continues to be involved with the annual centerpiece gingerbread Haunted Mansion, Halloween Time at the parks, and the design of various tiki mugs for Trader Sams - among numerous other projects. We talk about the timeless appeal of Tim Burton's characters, the blending of Nightmare Before Christmas with the original Haunted Mansion, and more. Plus - our list of the scariest Disney Parks attractions... boo!
"We're here for your daughter Chuck." "My Bike!" "I'm Batman." "At last...my arm is complete again!" "Why Edward!" In the World of Gothic Fantasy, there are many amazing names in entertainment, but one man stands above the rest! Tim Burton. In this episode; Josh and Tyler discuss the man, his myths, and the legend he has become. The talk through their favorite movies he directed and the ones they haven't seen. That's not all, they also discuss DC Fandome, Venom 2, their individual shows that are happening, and Tyler accounts for the mess in Neyland Stadium during the UT and Ole Miss football game. So follow along and let us know your thoughts by using #30AndNerdyPod on social media. Season 3 is Presented By: Advertising Expressions POD PROMO: Reverie True Crime Podcast 30&Nerdy Podcast is a BadCastCompany Production and a member of PodNation and a survivor of theaPODalypse 30&Nerdy Podcast is a member of The #InNerdCircle on Twitter and a founding member of #TheCouncilOfNerds This Episode is brought to you by: Tennessee Legen Distillery Gatlinburg Brewing Company Encore Theatrical Company You can learn more about 30&Nerdy Podcast by visiting The Fortress of NERDitude and while you are there, subscribe to our Nerd Newsletter for behind the scenes, announcements, and Nerdly News updates. Cheers To Ya Nerds!
John and Jeni talk about cooking meatloaf, pulled pork tacos and eating at amusement parks as well as how happy we are for Ham season (It's a thing for us!). In food news we cover canned pumpkin, Tim Burton cookbooks and restaurants, Bobby Flay leaving the FN and home goods from drag queen Steak Diane. Thanks for listening!!
“This is Halloween!” Fresh off the heels of our interview with Oogie Boogie himself, we are doing a deep dive into Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas. We are joined on this break down by Meghan and Jacqueline of “I Think You're Gonna Like This” podcast. They are both huge Nightmare fans and we have a fun time chatting this movie. Listener beware! Brett was in a mood (says Craig who writes these descriptions). FEATURING: Craig McFarland, Brett Rutherford and Vanessa Ferguson __________________________________________ Named one of the top 50 Disney Podcasts by Feedspot! blog.feedspot.com/disney_podcasts FIND US ON NPR ILLINOIS! https://www.nprillinois.org/programs/front-row-network FIND US ON FACEBOOK – https://www.facebook.com/thefrontrownetwork/ FIND US ON TWITTER – https://twitter.com/FrontRowReviewz FIND US ON INSTAGRAM – https://www.instagram.com/beyondthemousepod __________________________________________ Please enjoy this episode of BEYOND THE MOUSE and as always, we'll see you in the front row!
Hello Ghouls and Goblins, welcome once again to the BOO Case Diaries! This week, we're taking a look at a classic stop-motion film based on a 1980s live-action short by Tim Burton! Come join us as we discover the *shocking* history of Frankenweenie! As always, show notes and sources are available on the blog: https://www.blackcasediaries.com/ Twitter: @blackcasediary Instagram: @blackcasediariespodcast