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In-Flight Entertainment Podcast

This week we review Candyman! Starring Virginia Madsen, Xander Berkeley, Kasi Lemmons, Vanessa Williams, and Tony Todd.

Just Been Revoked
Candyman 2021

Just Been Revoked

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 42:14


Join us as we dive into the latest iteration of a classic horror film...CandymanFilm SynopsisFor decades, the housing projects of Chicago's Cabrini-Green were terrorized by a ghost story about a supernatural, hook-handed killer. In present day, an artist begins to explore the macabre history of Candyman, not knowing it would unravel his sanity and unleash a terrifying wave of violence that puts him on a collision course with destiny.Revoked StoryChris takes his chances to summon the dreaded....well you will have to listen to find out. READ MORE REVIEWShttps://www.justbeenrevoked.com/reviewsConnect with us on Social MediaFacebookInstagramCheck out our websiteJustbeenrevoked.com

Grown Dad Business with Aaron Kleiber
Movies That Eff'd Us Up! ep.213 #GrownDadBusiness

Grown Dad Business with Aaron Kleiber

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2021 56:57


"Movies That Eff'd Us Up! Guest: Aaron Crothers! Also, spooky record albums, Thriller, toys are the scariest, Catpeople, warning that 'Wolfman does indeed have nards,' does 'Event Horizon' belong on the best list, the best ending of a horror movie we don't know the title of lol and Tony Todd the American Hero! -- Find the PODCAST VIDEO FREE on Patreon! Please consider supporting monthly on Patreon.com/AaronKleiber - a way to subscribe monthly - just like Netflix - to your favorite creative people AND get exclusive content - all Links @ Linktr.ee/AaronKleiber *Aaron's Amazon Comedy Special 'Grown @%$ Dad' Streaming NOW! Audio available on iTunes, Spotify, Pandora, IHeartRadio AND SiriusXM! Do me a favor? Anywhere you LISTEN to the podcast - can you write us a review on iTunes? Even SUBSCRIBE to the podcast on every podcast platform you have, that'd be great. Original Music by kidmental, www.kidmental.com Instrumental theme, engineered by Ryan Pahnke, sampled "King for a Day" by Passion HiFi @Passion_HiFi EvilTwinRecords.com Produced & Edited by Aaron Kleiber

I Know That Face
Tony Todd

I Know That Face

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 49:20


For over 30 years, Tony Todd has been thrilling all kinds of audiences in a variety of roles and as part of our special October horror series, we're covering the career of the Candyman himself. Beginning in Oliver Stone's Platoon, the classically trained Todd soon landed two of the most iconic roles in horror cinema. In the 1990 remake of Night of the Living Dead, he played the role of Ben in a spin on George A. Romero's classic. Just two years later, he then appeared as the titular character in Bernard Rose's Candyman - a role he would reprise across all its sequels. Though perhaps best known in some quarters for his roles in several Star Trek TV shows, Todd also played mortician William Bludworth in the Final Destination series, Rev. Zombie in the Hatchet franchise and Augustus D. Cole in The X-Files episode Sleepless. Sign up to HeadStuff+ at headstuffpodcasts.com for the small price of €5 a month to unlock exclusive bonus episodes of I Know That Face. Andrew Twitter: @Andrew_Carroll0 Stephen Twitter: @StephenPorzio Andrew's Candyman article Editor: Charline Fernandez and Laura Saracino Community Manager: Charline Fernandez Instagram: @charline_frnndz I Know That Face Twitter: @IKnowThatFaceP1 / Instagram: @iknowthatface / Facebook: @iknowthatfacepod Intro and Outro Music: No Boundaries (motorik groove) by Keshco. Licence Featured Image Credit

Castle of Horror Podcast
Candyman: Day of the Dead (Podcast/Discussion)

Castle of Horror Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 70:12


This week we wrap up our look at the Candyman films with the 1999 film Candyman: Day of the Dead. Candyman: Day of the Dead is a 1999 American supernatural slasher film directed by Turi Meyer and starring Tony Todd and Donna D'Errico. It is the third installment in the Candyman series,[1] and a direct sequel to the 1995 film Candyman: Farewell to the Flesh. Its plot follows Caroline, the daughter of Annie Tarrant and a descendant of the Candyman, the powerful spirit of the murdered son of a slave who kills those who invoked him, who finds herself targeted by him on the eve of the Day of the Dead.

Remake Rewind
Remake Rewind: Night of the Living Dead

Remake Rewind

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 66:59


We have covered Dawn of the Dead and Land of the Dead but we haven't covered George A. Romero's original horror classic and the origin of the modern zombie, Night of the Living Dead! After nearly five years we finally got around to covering this 1968 classic and it's 1990 remake staring Tony Todd!We are now on YouTube!Listen to our other great podcast, Ruin My Childhood, starring Mike and Kat! Available every other Friday!Get a free audio book and one free month of audible on us! AudibleTrial.com/MDXpodsSupport us on Patreon.com/MDXpods and help get Mike his webshooters and microphone stands!Check us out on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. Check us out at MDXpods.comListen on the go on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Play, Stitcher, and YouTube.Follow Alex on Instagram and Twitter!Leave us a voicemail to ask us a question! Call 64MDXpods1 (646-397-6371)

Matt's Movie Lodgecast
Episode 108 - Candyman (2021) Review

Matt's Movie Lodgecast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 39:12


We're back in the AMC Theatres again! We took a nice summer break but we are back for a stellar lineup of fall films starting with Candyman (2021), which is the direct sequel to Candyman (1992) and ignores the films Candyman: Farewell to the Flesh (1995) and Candyman: Day of the Dead (1999). Directed by Nia DaCosta and written by Jordan Peele, Win Rosenfeld, and DaCosta, we get a new cast of characters in modern day Chicago played by Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Teyonah Parris, Nathan Stewart-Jarrett, Colman Domingo, Kyle Kaminsky, and Vanessa Williams. Tony Todd is also in the mix but you'll hear more of him in this Lodgecast than you will in the movie! We'll let you know precisely how scared we got in our returning episode!

Camp Nightmare
Episode 103: Candyman Franchise Breakdown

Camp Nightmare

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 94:03


Camp Nightmare continues the Candyman discussion with the two sequels from the 90's and the new Candyman (2021) film from Nia DaCosta and Jordan Peele! We look at how the latest film expands the legend, while embracing the past and takes the character in a whole new direction. 

Keeping It Creepy with Cherry And Kat

Cherry and Kat discuss urban legends, Tony Todd and white women podcasters in the original Candyman (1992). Beware, spoilers ahoy! check out @kiccakpodcast on Tiktok and Instagram! Intro/outro music by Creeper_Ciller78 under the Creative Commons License.

Comic Book Podcast | Talking Comics
Talking Comics Podcast: Issue #513: Frosting Pumpkins with Curt Pires

Comic Book Podcast | Talking Comics

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 151:35


We hope you're in the mode to get WYRD because Curt Pires is storming this week's podcast. In addition to talking about Youth, Lost Falls, Olympia, Pop, and Memoria with Curt, the crew also celebrates John Burkle's birthday, even though he isn't here.Books: Marauders #24, Maw #1, Fantastic Four: Life Story #4, Seven Secrets #12, X-Men: Trail of Magneto #2, Harley Quinn: The Eat, Bang, Kill Tour #1, Maneaters: The Cursed #3, Black Widow #11, The Mighty Valkyries #5, Fantastic Four #35, I Am Batman #1, Forest of Humans Episodes 0-4Movies and TV Shows: Y: The Last Man Episodes 1-3, Candyman (1992), Candyman (2021)The Comic Book Podcast is brought to you by Talking Comics (www.talkingcomicbooks.com) The podcast is hosted by Steve Seigh, Bob Reyer, Joey Braccino, Aaron Amos, and John Burkle, who weekly dissect everything comics-related, from breaking news to new releases. Our Twitter handle is @TalkingComics and you can email us at podcast@talkingcomicbooks.com. 

Frankenstein's Podcast
38 - The Candymen w/Joel Brewster

Frankenstein's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 78:33


Kalid and Joe are joined by horror expert and host of the No Stranger to Horror podcast, Joel Brewster of Westcoast Strange, to chat about the various Candymen! We dig into the 1992 Candyman film starring Tony Todd, discuss the recent sequel from Nia DaCosta, and compare the two films while looking at the world they've built together. ** Special shout out to Jim Hall for the music! Check out more of his music here, and if you like what you hear, please consider donating to support his work here! Episode notes can be found here.

Blockbuster Nostalgia
Episode 187: BN Shorts: How We Fix It! - "Candyman"

Blockbuster Nostalgia

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 8:53


Bees. My God. Plus, good candy is important; almost important as putting on your human suit and putting in a solid hour work week. 

Castle of Horror Podcast
Candyman (1992) - Podcast/Discussion

Castle of Horror Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 98:57


**Stick around after the show for a special musical treat-- Jamie Bahr's piano rendition of Helen's Theme by Phillip Glass from CANDYMAN.**This week we continue a look at the Candyman films with the 1992 film CANDYMAN. Candyman is a 1992 American gothic supernatural horror film, written and directed by Bernard Rose and starring Virginia Madsen, Tony Todd, Xander Berkeley, Kasi Lemmons and Vanessa E. Williams. Based on Clive Barker's short story "The Forbidden", the film follows a Chicago graduate student completing a thesis on urban legends and folklore, which leads her to the legend of the "Candyman", the ghost of an artist and the son of a slave who was murdered in the late 19th century for his relationship with the daughter of a wealthy white man.

Where To Stick It
Episode 69 - Triple Feature

Where To Stick It

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 83:09


It's Triple Feature time again. The guys catch up on the August run as they review Vacation Friends, Candyman, and The Suicide Squad. How will these new(ish) releases fare? Get the only honest movie reviews right here, on the Where to Stick It podcast.

Cinema Junkie
Bonus Episode: Unpacking 'Candyman'

Cinema Junkie

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021 27:30


The new "Candyman" has a lot to unpack for a 90-minute horror film. It cleverly continues the story of the original 1992 film that boasted Tony Todd in the title role but it is also a stunning reimagining of the character through a Black lens. The new film was directed by Nia Da Costa and co-written by Da Costa and Jordan Peele. I invited UC Riverside professor of media and cultural studies John Jennings to join me for a bonus podcast where we peel back just a few of the many layers of this amazing film. The film opened in cinemas earlier this month and becomes available VOD on Sept. 17. NOTE: This podcast has spoilers so if you haven't seen the film, correct that oversight right now and then come back to listen to the podcast. But if you have seen it, then let's dive into this film.

Camp Nightmare
Episode 102: Candyman

Camp Nightmare

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 63:05


The first of a two part Candyman series, this episode takes a closer look at the original 1992 film CANDYMAN and the Clive Barker story THE FORBIDDEN that inspired it! Learn about the story of the movie, behind the movie, and why this has remained an iconic and important movie!

Progressively Horrified
Digressively Horrified #48: Tony Todd and Keith David Walk into a Diner

Progressively Horrified

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 6:21


As you talk about Candyman it is inevitable that you talk about the real hero of that movie, Tony Todd's voice. We really just want to commission a podcast with him and Keith David...Anyway, we hope you had a chance to listen to our episode about that VVitch with Sweeney Boo and we look forward to you coming back on Friday to here us chat about Drag Me To Hell with Matt Wilson! See you then!Join our Patreon at: patreon.com/progressivelyhorrified to support the show, get bonus episodes, early access to upcoming episodes, and a cool Progressively Horrified t-shirt.★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

Pixel x Pixel
Pixel x Pixel Episode 71

Pixel x Pixel

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021


It’s a new episode of Pixel x Pixel, now rebranded to the Tony Todd appreciation podcast! What can we say, he’s a cool dude that comes up a whopping three times in this episode. Your podcasts co-hosts have been up to many things since they last recorded: Anne returned to the Aksys otome stream to… Read More The post Pixel x Pixel Episode 71 appeared first on Chic Pixel.

Bloody Good Film Podcast
Five Times Is Redundant : Candyman (1992) and Candyman (2021)

Bloody Good Film Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 69:32


Bloody Good Film Podcast...Bloody Good Film Podcast...Bloody Good Film Podcast...Ok that is taking up way too much time, but thank you for joining the Bloody Good Film Podcast this week as we take a trip to Chicago for our next franchise deep dive. This week we compare the original 1992 Candyman, with the still in theaters 2021 Candyman. We praise Tony Todd as one of the greatest slashers in film history, and find a way to connect Candyman to the death of Macaulay Culkin in My Girl... We discuss the use of real bees and how much money Tony Todd really made shoving hundreds of live bees in his mouth. We talk about atmosphere, Eddie Murphy, and even more atmosphere before moving on to the 2021 remake. No I mean reimagining. No wait, it's a sequel. Huge spoiler alert!We know this film is still in theaters so we put multiple spoiler warnings throughout the episode to make sure you only hear what you want to hear. If you are ready to proceed with the newest movie then prepare to hear us discuss the differences between the two movies. We break down where the story telling is at it's best and where we think the movie missed the mark. We discuss everything from the social commentary to the art direction. Oh, and there's paper puppets. Which is reason enough to see the movie as soon as possible.Most importantly we give you the answer to our weekly question...Are Candyman (1992) and Candyman (2021) bloody good films?We encourage everyone to watch along while you listen and make sure to comment and let us know what you think. If you haven't already please follow us on Facebook and Instagram @bloodygoodfilmpodcast and remember...Keep it bloody buddies!!!...#BloodyGoodFilm #BloodyGoodFilmPodcast #Podcast #FilmPodcast #MoviePodcast #Film #Movie #Movies #Action #Horror #ActionFilm #ActionMovie #ActionMovies #HorrorFilm #HorrorFilms #HorrorMovie #HorrorMovies #ActionPodcast #HorrorPodcast #CandyMan #SayHisName #TonyTodd #NiaDaCosta #JordanPeele #CliveBarker #TheForbidden #Slasher

Cinematic Doctrine
Candyman (2021) - Black Gaslighting, Exploitation, and Gentrification

Cinematic Doctrine

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 75:34


MOVIE DISCUSSION:Melvin & Dan discuss the latest entry in the Candyman franchise, a series whose first film is far more artful than its horror-icon counterparts. Candyman (2021) continues its original's themes of uniquely racial struggles and readopts them for the modern age in a thoroughly complex manner, covering topics as wide as gentrification, art exploitation, Black self-exploitation, and a continued theme of cultural gaslighting that sits comfortably beside the original's narrative. Tune in to hear more about the first of many horror flicks we're reviewing this spooky season! Also, both our cats make an appearance! Meow! Topics: Melvin talks about how rap and hip-hop has been maligned for being inappropriate by certain white communities (specifically Christians, and also the Gen X and Boomer generation), and how often the reality is that "rock-and-roll" is incredibly crass, sexual, and violent. Meanwhile artists like 2Pac, while often transgressive as well, also have albums like "Me Against The World" that are deeply thought-provoking, chillingly sad, and exemplify a cry of suffering, a want for change, and the gaslighting of the black community against white systems of oppression. Daniel talks about calling pets babies. Introducing Candyman (2021) [13:26] For Daniel, Candyman (2021) wasn't scary, but its an effective creepy story. Candyman (2021) isn't overtly pioneering off BLM or ACAB, it's merely a thematic evolution of the first film's themes. From ghetto/project community to gentrification, from a white-woman's thesis to a black man's artistic muse, Candyman (2021) feels natural as a sequel that continues the legacy of its predecessor. Melvin felt Candyman (2021) succeeds in being scary, and a lot of that is due to the presence of the Candyman as an intimidating horror icon. Daniel reminisces about the first time he saw the original Candyman. Candyman (2021) is fairly heavy-handed at times in expositing its themes, which reminded Daniel of a review by Angelica Jade who feels the film is essentially written for a white audience, specifically in that it explains details that otherwise would be intrinsically known by Black audiences. Yet, the frustrating reality of systematic issues is that, often times, they are bold as day. Thus, no matter how much clearer they become, there are still people unwilling to believe them even if they're explained to them in the simplest most basic of terms. How the ending abruptly happens and it's kinda mehh, but that's alright. Recommendations:   Joel Beeke's "Revelation - eBook" 2Pac's "Me Against the World" Patton Oswalt's "Silver Screen Fiend" Support on Patreon for Unique Perks! Social Links: Twitter Website Facebook Group CinematicDoctrine@gmail.com Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/CinematicDoctrine)

Nerdaplexy Podcast
Mini Episode 12 - Candyman, Surgery Clarification, and the Cool World Cometh

Nerdaplexy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2021 24:35


Some extremely light Tony Todd based spoliers in this one. No plot stuff though. @Nerdaplexypod on Twitter nerdaplexy@gmail.com Support us monthly, if you nasty www.nerdaplexy.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nerdaplexy/support

IGN.com - Daily Fix (Video)
Spider-Man and Wolverine are part of Insomniac's Marvel Gaming Universe - IGN Daily Fix

IGN.com - Daily Fix (Video)

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2021


On today's IGN The Fix: Games, Insomniac Games revealed that Marvel's Spider-Man 2 will be arriving on PS5 in 2023, and its first gameplay trailer revealed that both Peter Parker and Miles Morales will be facing off against Venom. Alongside returning voice actors Yuri Lowenthal (Peter Parker) and Nadji Jeter (Miles Morales, it was also confirmed that Candyman's Tony Todd will voice Venom. While it was just a brief glimpse, Insomniac Games also announced it is working on Marvel's Wolverine for PS5. This new game is being directed by Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales' Brian Horton and Cameron Christian, and Insomniac's goal is to "not only respect the DNA of what makes the character so popular but also look for opportunities to make it feel fresh and truly reflect the Insomniac spirit." We finally got our first look at the upcoming sequel to 2018's God of War, officially titled God of War: Ragnarok, during Sony's PlayStation Showcase. Those with a keen eye may have spotted a familiar character teased in the trailer wielding a mighty hammer. It was confirmed shortly after the showcase that it was, in fact, Thor who could be seen for a brief moment in the trailer. Now, we've gotten a full-body reveal of the Norse God himself and he looks very different than many of us are used to. We've finally got another look at Metroid Dread. This gameplay overview trailer shows us how Samus' abilities work, provides us with another look at the E.M.M.I robots, and gives us a peek at some exciting new Metroid Dread gameplay. Metroid Dread will be released on Nintendo Switch on October 8, 2021. Seth has all that in your Daily Fix!

The Movie Crew Podcast
Ep. 273 - Candyman (2021)

The Movie Crew Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 83:45


Episode 273: The Crew's saying director Nia DaCosta's name after watching her new film, Candyman. This is DaCosta's debut horror film and she brings back Candyman to great effect; scarring a new generation of moviegoers. And like the original, this film has something to say… maybe too much to say for one film. The Crew discusses… If you like our music intro, head over to Soundcloud and hear more amazing music from aquariusweapon. Aquariusweapon can also be found on YouTube. Contact: themoviecrewe@gmail.com

MovieByte Podcast
The Crow | Brandon Lee | Ernie Hudson | Michael Wincott | Alex Proyas | [1994]

MovieByte Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2021 64:51


The Crow | Brandon Lee | Ernie Hudson | Michael Wincott | Alex Proyas | [1994] The Crow is a 1994 American supernatural dark fantasy directed by Alex Proyas and written by David J. Schow and John Shirley. It stars Brandon Lee in his final film appearance as Eric Draven, a murdered musician who is resurrected to avenge the deaths of himself and his fiancee. The film is based on James O'Barr's comic of the same name. Michael Wincott, Michael Massee, Ernie Hudson, James O'Barr, Tony Todd, Laurence Mason, Bai Ling, Anna Thompson, Rochelle Davis and Sodia Shinas were the supporting cast for The Crow. Production on The Crow was struck by tragedy when Lee was fatally wounded during filming. As Lee had finished most of his scenes before his death, the film was completed through script rewrites, a stunt double, and digital effects. The Crow is dedicated to Brandon Lee and his fiancee, Eliza Hutton. After Brandon Lee's death caused Paramount Pictures to opt-out of distributing the film, the rights were picked up by Miramax, who oversaw The Crow's completion. The Crow was released to positive reviews, with the Rotten Tomatoes critical consensus praising its tone, visuals, and Brandon Lee's performance. The Crow's success led to a media franchise that includes three sequels and a television series. The sequels, which featured different protagonists and none of the original cast members, would be unable to match the success of the first film, however. The Crow was a sleeper hit at the box office, it opened at number one in the United States in 1,573 theaters with $11,774,332 and averaging $7,485 per theater. Some industry sources believed that Miramax overstated the weekend gross by as much as $1 million. The Crow ultimately grossed $50,693,129 in the United States and Canada, and $43 million internationally, for a worldwide total of $93.7 million against its budget of $23 million. It ranked at number 24 for all films released in the US in 1994, the 24th highest-grossing film worldwide for 1994, and number 10 for R-rated films released that year. Overseas in Europe, the film grossed £1,245,403 in the United Kingdom (where it was 18-rated), and sold 4,604,115 tickets in France, Germany, Italy, and Spain. In South Korea, it sold 83,126 tickets in Seoul City. #TheCrow #BrandonLee #RIPBrandonLee #ErnieHudson #AlexProyas #DavidJSchow #JohnShirley #MichaelWincott #MichaelMassee #ErnieHudson #JamesOBarr #TonyTodd #LaurenceMason #BaiLing #AnnaThompson #RochelleDavis #SodiaShinas #TheCrow1994 #ParamountPictures #Miramax #CultClassic #MovieByte #MovieBytePodcast ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Follow Us: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/moviebytepod... Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/movie.byte/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/byte_movie Podcast: https://anchor.fm/moviebyte A Just Chillin' Entertainment original production Follow Them: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/justchillinent Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/justchillin... Twitter: https://twitter.com/JustChillingEn1 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ This Podcast is a critique of the movie which falls within "fair use" under Section 107 of the US Copyright Act of 1976. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

The Outlaw Nation Podcast Network
CANDYMAN (2021) - Movie Review (Jordan Peele | Nia DaCosta | Yahya Abdul-Mateen II)

The Outlaw Nation Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2021 13:31


CANDYMAN is out in theaters now from director Nia DaCosta and starring Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Teyonah Parris, Colman Domingo, Nathan Stewart-Jarrett, Vanessa Williams and Tony Todd. The Outlaw John Rocha reviews the film and gives you his thoughts and what he liked and didn't like and his overall rating on the film In present day, a decade after the last of the Cabrini towers were torn down, Anthony and his partner move into a loft in the now gentrified Cabrini. A chance encounter with an old-timer exposes Anthony to the true story behind Candyman. Anxious to use these macabre details in his studio as fresh grist for paintings, he unknowingly opens a door to a complex past that unravels his own sanity and unleashes a terrifying wave of violence. Remember to LIKE and SHARE this review on your social media and to SUBSCRIBE to The Outlaw Nation YouTube channel below. Chapters: 0:00 Intro and Social Media Plugs 1:13 Cast, Crew and Synopsis 2:35 What I Liked 8:09 What I Didn't Like 10:45 The Outlaw's Rating and Final Thoughts 11:27 Wrap up and Social Media Plugs #Candyman #JordanPeele #YahyaAbdulMateen #NiaDacosta #TeyonahParris #Review #MovieReview #Horror #Review #Movie Join me on Patreon, go to: https://www.patreon.com/johnrocha​ Follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheRochaSays​ Follow me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/therochasays

What Happens in the Crypt
Candyman (2021) and how it compares to the original

What Happens in the Crypt

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2021 24:31


We have been looking forward to the new Candyman since we first saw the trailer over a year ago! We discuss our thoughts on it compared to the original and if we liked it!Please comment and let us know what you think. Don't forget every review and follow helps!Check us out on instagram @whathappensinthecrypt or Twitter @WHITC_Official

Welcome Back
Welcome Back Ep 188. Candyman - The Dog Said Bet

Welcome Back

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2021 61:55


The boys went to Chicago and summoned Candyman! They talk the original movie, Tony Todd, the promise of new directors, the ending of this movie, and the indie to Disney pipeline twitter.com/welcomebackpod instagram.com/welcomebackpod patreon.com/welcomebackpod Art by: Randi Hamel @artbunns on Instagram and rannibuns.tumblr.com

Hey! We Just Saw A Movie
Candyman (2021)

Hey! We Just Saw A Movie

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2021 90:38


Hey! Candyman. Candyman. Candyman. Candyman. Candym.... Find out if we say his name and what we thought about this sequel to the '92 original. Plus, how would we feel if Ted and Rebecca got together?  Support us on PatreonListen  on these platforms:Apple PodcastGoogle PodcastSpotify

Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast
Candyman (2021) - A Podcast Preview

Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2021 13:57


Who can take a franchise, sprinkle it with dew, and get whole new generations buzzing about a gutted corpse or two? Executive producer Jordan Peele can, because he mixes love for a 1992 Tony Todd slasher with the inflammatory racial politics of Get Out and Us. Is it performance art or possession that drives a desperate Yahya Abdul-Mateen II (Aquaman) to strap on the iconic hook and paint the gentrified Cabrini-Green neighborhood red in 2019? You can summon the thoughts of the Now Playing hosts anytime you want when you Donate for Candyman today! Hear this preview now then head to NowPlayingPodcast.com/donate to get the full series!

Adventures in Movies!
Episode 135: Candyman Special Edition

Adventures in Movies!

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2021 50:24


Candyman. Candyman. Candyman. Candyma-You get the point. This week's episode is a Special Edition dedicated to the the new Candyman sequel. There is a lot to unpack in the movie and we cover it all. The original is remains terrifying to this day; how does the new one hold up. What did we think of the kills in the movie? Social commentary has always been a big part of horror and Candyman is no different. How effective were they in delivering their message?And as always with Special Editions: SPOILER WARNINGThere are actually two previous sequels to 1992's Candyman. How well does this one incorporate the lore of the original? We also discuss whether a person has to see the first movie before diving into the 2021 version. And if you have not seen the Tony Todd film, can you really appreciate this one? Or does going in fresh allow a fresh perspective?Last week, we talked about a bloody movie with little violence. We talk about the kills in Candyman and the interesting direction the film took with them. Our opinions were varied and it may surprise you who enjoyed what the movie presented and how it was done.Race was a big factor in the original Candyman and it remains so in the latest incarnation. The question is not if the discussion about race would be in the movie. The question is, would it be done effectively. We talk about how the movie handled the issue and whether it will resonate with audiences. We all have differing opinions on how well Candyman got its message across.Ultimately, Candyman is a gruesome horror movie.  The original is a classic that has been a favorite of the horror community for decades. In other words, the new one has a lot to live up to. Does it succeed? How scary was the movie?Adventures in Movies! is a part of the Morbidly Beautiful Podcast Network. Morbidly Beautiful is your one stop shop for all your horror needs. From the latest news and reviews to interviews and old favorites, it can be found at Morbidly Beautiful.Adventures in Movies! is hosted by Nathaniel Muir, Blake, and Danny. You can find Nathaniel on Instagram at nathaninpoortaste. Danny can be found on Twitter @default_player and on Instagram at default_player. Blake can be found on Twitter @foureyedhorror and on Instagram at foureyedhorror. You can reach us personally or on Twitter @AdventuresinMo1.Music in the background from https://www.FesliyanStudios.com 

The Movie Crew Podcast
Ep. 272 - Candyman (1992)

The Movie Crew Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2021 80:23


Episode 272: The Crew's feeding honey to a kidnapped baby while watching Bernard Rose's Candyman. Tony Todd isn't only the titular character but his presence is always felt, even when he isn't on screen. His voice and eyes are enchanting, seductive, and creepy. It all works due to some great lighting, camerawork, performances, and a memorable score. It's also one of the last good slasher films after the genre's 80's boom, until Scream came out and revived the genre. The Crew discusses… If you like our music intro, head over to Soundcloud and hear more amazing music from aquariusweapon. Aquariusweapon can also be found on YouTube. Contact: themoviecrewe@gmail.com

The Strange Harbors Podcast

Candyman, Candyman, Candyman...this week we're speaking the forbidden name as we discuss Nai DaCosta's sequel to the 1992 Bernard Rose classic. How does the new Candyman stack up against the original? How does it reconfigure its themes and mythology? Tune in and find out! Spoilers from the start on this one...

Kim and Ket Stay Alive... Maybe: A Horror Movie Comedy Podcast
Ep. 159: Candyman (1992): “The Tale of That F#!$ing Baby”

Kim and Ket Stay Alive... Maybe: A Horror Movie Comedy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2021 155:46


Kim tells Ket about Candyman (1992) starring smokeshow Tony Todd and Virginia Madsen in honor of the release of Nia DaCosta's Candyman. The girls talk about their favorite bathroom waterbeds and point out all of the Arrested Development references in the film. They discuss the pros and cons of shared medicine cabinets and how Candyman is basically Tinkerbell. Most importantly, we'll learn if Ket will live or die in the original Candyman. Dir. Bernard Rose Writers Clive Barker and Bernard Rose Listen to season 1 of our new horror trivia pod! KIM AND KET'S SURVIVE THE CELLAR link.chtbl.com/kkstc New episodes every other Monday KKSAM Facebook Discussion Group!! "Sammies Stay Alive... Maybe" www.facebook.com/groups/kksampodcast Get acquainted with all things KIM & KET at www.kimandketstayalive.com  Chat with the girls at kksampodcast@gmail.com Peep the girls on Instagram:  @kksampodcast Twit the girls on Twitter:  @kksampodcast Book the face of the girls on Facebook:  @kksampodcast Wear the shirts of the girls from the MERCH Store:  kimandketstayalivemaybe.threadless.com Support the girls on PATREON at:  www.patreon.com/kimandketstayalivemaybe Ok we'll see ourselves out. Thanks for listening! xo and #StayAlive, K&K Proud members of the Dread Podcast Network

Vamos a Hablar ...de películas: El Podcast
092 - Vamos a hablar de Candyman

Vamos a Hablar ...de películas: El Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2021 117:45


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Rewind of the Living Dead
Episode 53 — Candyman (2021)

Rewind of the Living Dead

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 81:26


Originally based upon a Clive Barker short story called “The Forbidden,” director Bernard Rose optioned the tale for a film called “Candyman” that was first released in 1992. The movie did solid enough business at the box office to deliver two forgettable sequels but more importantly was the chord it struck within audiences to turn the movie into a bona fide cult classic. Talks of a sequel or a remake were rumored for years but then in 2018, Academy Award winner Jordan Peele entered talks to create a “Candyman” sequel through his Monkeypaw Productions company. Eventually, Peele brought on Nia DaCosta — a rising star director who had received critical acclaim or her film “Little Woods” — and together they crafted a new world surrounding the haunted character called Candyman who inhabited a Chicago neighborhood called Cabrini-Green. Rather than do a remake, Peele and DaCosta decided to create a sequel to the 1992 original film but this time focusing on the newly gentrified Cabrini-Green and the vengeful spirit who was gone but never quite forgotten.In the latest episode of Rewind of the Living Dead, we're going to chant into the mirror five times and summon a spirit as we review the 2021 film “Candyman” 

Dinosaur Man Nerdcast
Episode 149: Candyman Is Political Now?! (Yes you morons, and it has been since 1992)

Dinosaur Man Nerdcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2021 56:44


Who can take a franchise?(Who can take a franchise?)Sprinkle it with blood(Sprinkle it with blood)Cover it with politics and a white saviour or twoThe Candy Man (the candy man)The Candy Man can (the candy man can)The Candy Man can 'cause he mixes it with bloodAnd makes the world confront uncomfortable home truths about systemic racism almost 30 years agoThat's right today is an Alex-led episode (boo!), BUT he's talking about horror being a catalyst for social conciousness (yay!).We talk about the legacy of Candyman (1992) and how forward thinking and progressive its message was, particularly in the timeframe it came out in. Enjoy!

I Think I Remember That
Candyman - Light White Women On Fire

I Think I Remember That

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2021 80:07


This week as Jenna and Theresa watch Theresa's all-time, number-one, favorite horror movie, Candyman (1992) in preparation for the new Jordan Peele Candyman (out last Friday).  They get into the practicality of urban legend rules, discuss deeply how ghosts fly and examine this movie's investigation into the role white women play in racial issues.  Get ready to see the new version by revisiting this classic.  And sorry about the cicadas in the background, they were really going off.  For more info on Ruthie Mae McCoy - https://the-line-up.com/ruthie-mae-mccoyRate and Review on Apple Podcasts!Have a suggestion for something for us to remember?email us! ithinkirememberthat@gmail.comDig the music? Check out www.jamesandblack.org

Now We Know
87. Candyman (1992)

Now We Know

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2021 79:10


Chris and Kevin are joined by four-time conquering guest Miranda for a look back at gothic horror classic Candyman—infamous on 90's elementary school playgrounds everywhere—on the occasion of the release of a brand new remake. All the stars are here—Tony Todd! Virginia Madsen! Kasi Lemmons! Xander Berkeley! So why not pop some popcorn, say Candyman up to four times, and settle in with Now We Know?

Nick Nack Goes To The Movies
Here Comes The Candymen (The Latest Theatrical Taste Of Terror)

Nick Nack Goes To The Movies

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2021 34:50


Another week of horror movie franchises with new theater bound entries and another week of Nick Nack Goes To The Movies!  Come take a journey with me from past to present, 1992-2021.  This franchise is neither sugary or sweet, I don't think it is necessarily bad for your teeth, but with the scares a plenty, it might have you seeking the nearest box of Cookie Dough Bites for comfort.  See the amazing cast of the first film including Tony Todd, Virginia Madesn, and Walking Dead actor, Xander Berkeley.  If you wan't to skip the old school and go straight for the new school revamp, you can catch Aquaman Actor, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, WandaVision star Teyonah Parris, and of course the whole reason I made this episode, Fear the Waking Dead actor, Coleman Domingo!  There are pros and cons to the movies and the franchise, but sink into your seat, and try to relax as we compare and contrast which Candyman cinematic experience takes the cake!  If you want to delve further into the franchise, it me up on social at either Nick Nack Movies or Nick Nack underscore IC on Twitter, Tik Tok, Letterboxd, and Instagram!

We Die First
#46: And that's FINAL DESTINATION 2

We Die First

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2021 70:21


Death loves surprises. We watched 2003's FINAL DESTINATION 2 (dir. David R. Ellis) and talked about lovable stoners, Tony Todd, and death's (convoluted) design. Listen to us cover the first FINAL DESTINATION here. Find us on Instagram and Twitter to join the Spooky Squad. Find Seynique here and here Find Andrew here and here *Artwork by Jordan Stafford --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wediefirst/support

Movies On UP!
Urban Decay

Movies On UP!

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2021


Discussion Episode:  Urban Legend Legend has it that Nia DaCosta’s Candyman hits theaters this week.  The Candyman is a bit of an urban legend, so we head back almost to when Tony Todd’s hook-handed killer first caused some buzz, for … Read More →

Ink to Film
“$1000 Per Sting” ITF Read & Watch: Candyman (1985 story & 1992 film)

Ink to Film

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2021 91:06


Clive Barker invented the Candyman character in his short story “The Forbidden,” but it wouldn't be until Bernard Rose's adaptation hit theaters that the iconic Black antagonist would go mainstream and become a part of horror history. But which is the superior version? In episode 195, Luke & James discuss a strange choice in titles, Barker's signature style, Tony Todd's unforgettable presence, charging by the bee sting, Virginia Madsen's physicality, and the way that we all contribute to keeping the Candyman legend alive. Join them next week when they discuss the 2021 film directed by Nia DaCosta, starring Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Teyonah Parris, Nathan Stewart-Jarrett, and Colman Domingo! Become a Patron for hours of exclusive content & more: www.patreon.com/inktofilm Collect source novels at Ink to Film's bookshop: www.bookshop.org/shop/inktofilm Ink to Film's Twitter, Facebook, Instagram (@inktofilm) Home Base: inktofilm.com Intro/Outro Music Credits Music used : "Broken Piano " composed and produced by "Vivek Abhishek" Music link : https://youtu.be/ln_a4bwRF9o  SUBSCRIBE us on YOUTUBE: https://youtu.be/DQQmmCl8crQ  Follow on Facebook: https://bit.ly/33RWRtP  Follow on Instagram: https://bit.ly/2ImU2JV

Movie Trailer Reviews
Movie Review: Candyman

Movie Trailer Reviews

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2021 49:11


Candyman suffers from an inconsistent script, wrapped in a beautifully shot film with a great cast that is going to leave audiences either absolutely loving it or feeling like it didn't live up to expectations. On the surface, everything is there to make this a film that should be universally loved. Director Nia DaCosta embraces the lore of Candyman and attempts to wrap it in an updated and modern tale. There's been some talk that (wrongly) associates Candyman with “black trauma porn” and that is just false. Candyman has always been more than that. Yes, Tony Todd's Daniel Robitaille meets a tragic and violent end at the hands of racist white people, but this series has always been more about Robitaille being the Boogeyman and being a Black centered horror franchise. It's more about revenge and, to be blunt, when white people don't take Black people serious when they talk about not disturbing the dead or respecting the history of a space they're invading. DaCosta takes that and adds to it by connecting the tale to modern day Chicago and gentrification and overpolicing.  The biggest problem Candyman faces is the lack of focus on what story it's trying to tell. It becomes very obvious there were two directions that written and the final product was a mash up of both that ends up with an ending that on paper is good, but isn't earned. There are three distinct acts in this film and each act feels like it had its own writer that had a different idea of the overall story that should be told. The result is several good paths the film goes down never being fully fleshed out. Instead we get throwaway lines that are easily missed (the significance of Brianna Cartwright's father and his tragic end) or painfully underused actors in good scenes that should be used more (Vanessa Williams is criminally underused). When the end of the film comes, it comes with a sense of satisfaction that quickly fade away because of how hollow it is due to being rushed in the third act and thereby being unearned. It honestly felt like there was more focus on making sure this could turn into another set of future movies instead of making sure the end was earned. Candyman's story never equals or exceeds the talent of the cast put together. On their own, each does what they need to. Yahya Abdul-Mateen II is clearly a star that is going to continue to shine. Funny enough, both have superhero titles in their future with Abdul-Mateen returning for Aquaman 2 and Teyonah Parris showing up in The Marvels (and teaming bak up with DaCosta who will be directing). Individually both are fine but have very little onscreen chemistry which is always tragic when you have two beautiful people on screen and yet they just have no energy together. Colman Domingo outacts everyone (no surprise) but again, feels underused up until the rushed third act. Overall there will be many audiences that are satisfied with Candyman as a film. The lack of a consistent voice in the script and unearned payoff at the end will be overshadowed by the well shot scenes, two less and overall intentions the story has even with the flaws. Regardless of how audiences feel, this film will definitely generate conversations and help propel those involved into bigger and better things.   Like what you hear? Subscribe so you don't miss an episode! Follow us on Twitter: @Phenomblak @InsanityReport @TheMTRNetwork   Our shirts are now on TeePublic.  https://teepublic.com/stores/mtr-network   Want more podcast greatness? Sign up for a MTR Premium Account!  

MTR Network Main Feed
Candyman - Movie Trailer Reviews

MTR Network Main Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2021 49:11


Candyman suffers from an inconsistent script, wrapped in a beautifully shot film with a great cast that is going to leave audiences either absolutely loving it or feeling like it didn't live up to expectations. On the surface, everything is there to make this a film that should be universally loved. Director Nia DaCosta embraces the lore of Candyman and attempts to wrap it in an updated and modern tale. There's been some talk that (wrongly) associates Candyman with “black trauma porn” and that is just false. Candyman has always been more than that. Yes, Tony Todd's Daniel Robitaille meets a tragic and violent end at the hands of racist white people, but this series has always been more about Robitaille being the Boogeyman and being a Black centered horror franchise. It's more about revenge and, to be blunt, when white people don't take Black people serious when they talk about not disturbing the dead or respecting the history of a space they're invading. DaCosta takes that and adds to it by connecting the tale to modern day Chicago and gentrification and overpolicing.  The biggest problem Candyman faces is the lack of focus on what story it's trying to tell. It becomes very obvious there were two directions that written and the final product was a mash up of both that ends up with an ending that on paper is good, but isn't earned. There are three distinct acts in this film and each act feels like it had its own writer that had a different idea of the overall story that should be told. The result is several good paths the film goes down never being fully fleshed out. Instead we get throwaway lines that are easily missed (the significance of Brianna Cartwright's father and his tragic end) or painfully underused actors in good scenes that should be used more (Vanessa Williams is criminally underused). When the end of the film comes, it comes with a sense of satisfaction that quickly fade away because of how hollow it is due to being rushed in the third act and thereby being unearned. It honestly felt like there was more focus on making sure this could turn into another set of future movies instead of making sure the end was earned. Candyman's story never equals or exceeds the talent of the cast put together. On their own, each does what they need to. Yahya Abdul-Mateen II is clearly a star that is going to continue to shine. Funny enough, both have superhero titles in their future with Abdul-Mateen returning for Aquaman 2 and Teyonah Parris showing up in The Marvels (and teaming bak up with DaCosta who will be directing). Individually both are fine but have very little onscreen chemistry which is always tragic when you have two beautiful people on screen and yet they just have no energy together. Colman Domingo outacts everyone (no surprise) but again, feels underused up until the rushed third act. Overall there will be many audiences that are satisfied with Candyman as a film. The lack of a consistent voice in the script and unearned payoff at the end will be overshadowed by the well shot scenes, two less and overall intentions the story has even with the flaws. Regardless of how audiences feel, this film will definitely generate conversations and help propel those involved into bigger and better things.   Like what you hear? Subscribe so you don't miss an episode! Follow us on Twitter: @Phenomblak @InsanityReport @TheMTRNetwork   Our shirts are now on TeePublic.  https://teepublic.com/stores/mtr-network   Want more podcast greatness? Sign up for a MTR Premium Account!  

Horror Queers
Candyman (1992) feat. Brother Ghoulish

Horror Queers

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2021 117:56


In anticipation of Nia DaCosta's sequel, we're taking the highway to Cabrini Green to revisit Bernard Rose's iconic 1992 film, Candyman. Joining us to unpack the white privilege, the racial critiques and the enduring appeal of Tony Todd is Ryan Kinney aka Brother Ghoulish.Up for discussion: changes from queer writer Clive Barker's short story The Forgotten, the historical reality of the 80s housing crisis in America, Trace's theory about what Candyman represents, and Joe's reading of Virginia Madsen's Helen as a narcissist.Plus: chunky peanut butter poo, poor Kasi Lemmons' terrible death make-up, Stacey's perky nipples, an extended Resident Evil tangent and Ryan's threat to take over the podcast.References:Aviva Briefel and Sianne Ngai. “How much did you pay for this place?" Fear, Entitlement, and Urban Space in Bernard Rose's Candyman. Camera ObscuraL. F. Donaldson. “The suffering black male body and the threatened white female body": ambiguous bodies in CandymanPeyton Robinson.‘Candyman': A Survey of America's Historical Aversion to Urban Blackness. Film DazeQuestions? Comments? Snark? Connect with the boys on Twitter, Instagram, Youtube, Letterboxd and/or Facebook, or join the Facebook Group to get in touch with other listeners> Trace: @tracedthurman> Joe: @bstolemyremote> Ryan: @BrotherGhoulish / brotherghoulish.comBe sure to support the boys on Patreon! And please take this reader survey (http://bloody-disgusting.com/podcastsurvey) before August 31st! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Homies of Horror
Candyman (1992)

Homies of Horror

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2021 100:23


Spoilers ahead homies! We're buzzing with excitement to see the new Candyman, but before we do that, we wanted to take a look at the original. So today we're asking you to be our victim for our latest episode on Candyman (1992). We had to get some help for this episode and invited our friend and fellow horror lover Nate Treadwell on to discuss this iconic character. Nate tells a tale about Tony Todd while Erika reveals a toilet fear. Were we hooked on this movie? Tune in now to find out!

Out Now With Aaron and Abe
Out Now Commentary: Candyman (1992)

Out Now With Aaron and Abe

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 21, 2021 105:00


This month's Out Now with Aaron and Abe commentary track is exploring a sweet urban legend. Aaron is joined by Brandon Peters, Yancy Berns, and Scott Mendelson to discuss Candyman, the 90s supernatural horror film that stands for a lot. This adult-oriented slasher film not only supplied an iconic movie villain portrayed by Tony Todd but enough fuel for discussion about how the choice to set this story around Chicago's Cabrini-Green housing development meant taking on unique themes for the time. There's plenty more discussion about the nature of the film, the performers, the state of horror at the time, and lots of fun tangents as well. So now, if you've got an hour to kill… Follow all of us on Twitter: @Outnow_Podcast, @AaronsPS4, @WalrusMoose, @ScottMendelson, @Brandon4KUHD, @YancyJack Check out all of our sites and blogs:  TheCodeIsZeek.com, Why So Blu?, The Brandon Peters Show, Forbes, The Milky Way Blues Watch the Trailer for Candyman and the new Candyman. #Candyman #Commentary #TonyTodd #VirginiaMadsen #OutNowPodcast #BernardRose #movie #film #horror #entertainment #clivebarker #cabrinigreen #outnowwithaaronandabe

Nightmare On Film Street - A Horror Movie Podcast
Terror at 30 000 Feet: Final Destination & Snakes On A Plane

Nightmare On Film Street - A Horror Movie Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2021 75:25


OH, I'M READY FOR IT. We're flying the spooky skies this week on the Nightmare on Film Street Horror Movie Podcast! Board two freaky flights with your hosts Jon and Kim as they gush over death's design in FINAL DESTINATION (2000), before slithering on over to pheromones and flight simulators with SNAKES ON A PLANE (2006)! Will Devon Sawa be able to save his classmates from the Grim Reaper (who may or may not be Tony Todd)? Will Samuel L. Jackson save that blonde lady and her adorable little dog from a slither of snakes? (a group of snakes is actually called "a pit, nest, or den" of snakes, but I digress) Tune in and Joinn usss…// SUPPORT THE SHOW // Nightmare on Film Street is a labor of love - and Terror! Join The Fiend Club to unlock frightfully good rewards; like shoutouts on the show and social media, bonus episodes, and much more! NOFSpodcast.com/fiendclub. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Frames Per Second
Candyman Rewatchable Review

Frames Per Second

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2021 74:13


In this episode, we do a rewatchable review of the 1992 cult classic supernatural horror film starring Tony Todd titled "Candyman". Joined by Animal Brown of the OnDeckTV Podcast we discuss why this film is considered a classic, what elements of it still holds up today, and we give our thoughts on how the new film coming out in 2021 will related to the original. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices