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Last night we had a total of eight ACC teams in action for college basketball, with three being our local area teams. The Triangle went 2-1 as North Carolina defeated Gardner-Webb 72-66 at home. NC State picked up a dominant 107-74 win over FIU at home. Finally, in the State Farm Champions Classic, #7 Duke fell to #6 Kansas 69-64 giving the Blue Devils their first loss of the season. The Sports Shop recaps all the action. There's always more to the story with James White. This week, brother White addresses the senseless shooting that recently took place at UVA.
It's dark comedy and satire this week on Beer and a Movie with us taking on Ruben Östlund's Palme d'Or winning film Triangle of Sadness and Mary Harron's now-classic adaptation of Bret Easton Ellis's American Psycho. Joe and Dave are happy to welcome back past guest, Dr. Anthony Zoccolillo, to help them make sense of these provocative mediations on human nature, class, and power, and they all gain critical support from not one, but two, hazy IPAs on deck.
While North Carolina clinched the Coastal Division with a big road win at Wake Forest, N.C. State suffered its first truly bad loss of the season, blowing a two-touchdown lead at home to two-win Boston College. N&O columnist Luke DeCock and writer-at-large Andrew Carter break down what it all means, UNC's CFP prognosis and why this season is truly torturous for Wolfpack fans. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Fans of tactics games rejoice! Triangle Strategy is here to deliver you the square grid, isometric, turn-based action you've been craving! … Along with an equally large helping of palace intrigue, politicking, and a bafflingly large amount of cutscenes. Oh, and don't forget the detailed worldbuilding, subtle character development, and narrative ‘convictions' system. Triangle strategy is a game that is not afraid to let its story breathe, and it backs its ambitious script up with some of the tightest and most well balanced tactics fights we've had the pleasure of playing. So pull up a chair and listen in to Bryan and Josh as they recount their time on the continent of Norzelia. Do you have the conviction required to make it through this voluminous tome of an episode?Josh - Speeches and SwordplayBryan - My Convictions Grow
Isaac and Juzo go to the movies to review and discuss a widely-considered best picture nominee. Although the year isn't over, this dark comedy had stirred up analysis across the film community. The film follows a couple that work as models as they navigate their relationship in life, on a cruise, and eventually stranded on an island. A majority themes focus on ideas around class and relationships. But what did a casual think of the film? What about an expert. Side-note: Isaac and Juzo did no research into other perspectives before this review. This might be a hot take. Cinema Spectator is a movie podcast hosted by Isaac Ransom and Cameron Tuttle. The show is executive produced by Darrin O'Neill; recorded & produced in the San Francisco Bay Area, CA. You can support the show at patreon.com/ecfsproductions. Follow us on Youtube, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter under ECFS Productions (@ecfsproductions). Isaac and Cameron started recording podcast with their first project Everything Comes from Something (2018), now focusing on new weekly content for Cinema Spectator. Cameron Tuttle is a full-time professional cinematographer, majoring from SFSU Film school to collaborate with corporate, private, and creative productions. Cameron is the expert. Isaac Ransom is a professional creative, digital marketer, and product manager working full-time. Isaac is the student. The podcast is a passion project between two longtime friends, we hope you can enjoy our project with the limited time we have! Thank you for your time, your generosity, and support.
Author of "The Safety Salesman: Shoot From The Lip", Simon Jones takes his experience in the Police Force, specifically CID and with James, chats about selling something that no one wants to buy, safety first and Heinrich's Triangle among other concepts in the book. Thanks again, Simon, for joining us on the pod. Enjoy.
The Democrats have retained control of the US Senate in the mid-term elections, sparking recriminations in the Republican party. The Republican senator, Josh Hawley, said it was time to bury the old party and build something new. The former president, Donald Trump, has continued to complain of election irregularities without providing evidence. The Democrats' victory was sealed when their candidate narrowly won the Senate race in Nevada. Also in the programme: Officials in the Ukrainian city of Kherson, which has been abandoned by Russian forces, say supplies of bread and medicine have run out -- our reporter is there; and we hear from the director of the award winning film, Triangle of Sadness, which takes a critical look at life amongst the super rich clientele of a superyacht. (Photo: Catherine Cortez Masto received a congratulatory call from President Biden after the result. Credit: Getty Images)
We moan about uninspiring movies and then get into the good - Athena, the Weird Al Yankovic biopic and Confess Fletch - and the bad: Wendell & Wild, AfterSun, Triangle of Sadness, Blonde, and Medieval. Outre: 'The Biggest Ball of Twine in Minnesota,' Weird AL Yankovic, 1989
The boys are discussing if the latest Avatar film will be successful or quickly forgotten. Plus, hear some reviews on Barbarian, One Piece Film Red, Till, Triangle of Sadness, Big Mouth, and plenty more! http://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0YDLZvdoh4vRCh0_kY4Ymw Rate and review us on iTunes and be sure to subscribe! Make sure to give us a follow on Spotify! Follow us on social media! Twitter: @andactionpod Instagram: @andactionpod Follow the boys! Daniel: @Dankoromero89 on Instagram/ @danko89 on Twitter Brett: @brettjburke on Instagram/ @BrettJBurke on Twitter Derek: @derockymountain on Instagram/ @DRockMountain on Twitter --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/andactionpod/support
This week we get weird when we review Weird: The Al Yankovic Story. We also discuss UHF, The School for Good and Evil, V/H/S: Viral, V/H/S/94, Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba, Triangle, The Night House, and Speak No Evil. All while drinking Harvest for the Misses. A Marzen style ale by Ramshackle Brewing Company out of Jonesville, Michigan. Intro and Beer Selection 0:00-15:08 Weird: The Al Yankovic Story Review 15:08-44:31 Beer Talk 44:31-1:13:45 Nano Reviews 1:13:45-1:49:55 More Beer Talk 1:49:55-2:11:25 More Nano Reviews 2:11:25-2:16:20 Outro 2:16:20-2:20:33 Like us on Facebook! www.facebook.com/SudsAndCinema/ Follow us on iTunes! podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/id1494990925 Follow us on Spotify! open.spotify.com/show/3Ludeu2hrTDuBfSGc9y7tO Follow us on PodBean! sudsandcinema.podbean.com Follow us on Instagram! www.instagram.com/sudsandcinemapodcast/ Follow us on TikTok! Find our Premium Episodes Here! https://sudsandcinema.bandcamp.com/ Send your questions and comments to firstname.lastname@example.org Logo and Artwork by @djmikeholiday
Thanking the veterans of the US Military for their service we welcomed in the gents from Hatchet Brewing! "Brewing beer is fundamentally a question of art and science. Too much art, and you're left with chaos. But too much science and you get Budweiser "
Sonic Frontiers releases just ahead of one of the biggest games of the year, giving us time to try it out before the shadow of God of War can come into play, whispers in rumortown spread word of PlayStation partnering with NCSoft for a Horizon MMO, and we take a look at what headlines YOU would like to see hit the media in 2023! All this, plus chats about Kojima claiming he'll likely never take a buy-out for Kojima Productions, how PS Plus continues to fair months after its relaunch, and share our thoughts on Blooberteam spearheading the Silent Hill 2 Remake now that we've both completed The Medium. Join us on this week's Triangle Squared: A PlayStation Podcast! New episodes posts every Monday at 12PM CST/10AM PST!This show is possible thanks to the support of our Patrons. Consider becoming one today at www.patreon.com/nartechDiscord Server: discord.gg/cEvKzqmTwitch: www.twitch.tv/nartechgamingEmail/Tweet us your thoughts & suggestions:Twitter: twitter.com/TriangleSqrdEmail: email@example.comPSN ID's: Add us! Brett - Chaimera086, Sol - MeteoricDemise, Chris - Figz21k#PlayStation #PlayStationPodcast #TriangleSquared
Discussed this episode: The Banshees of Inisherin, Cabinet of Curiosities, The White Lotus, The Vow, Reboot, Mighty Ducks, The Extinct, Ice Age: Collision Course, Love is Blind, Triangle of Sadness, Just Like Home Sarah Gailey), Dead Silence (SA Barnes), Big Mouth
Is pursuing CoastFI a smart move for families? Looking for the best personal finance book for you? We dive into these questions and more in this mailbag episode! Listener Q&A: CoastFI Questions and More We're wrapping up this season of the podcast by focusing on one of my favorite parts of Simplify and Enjoy: our community. While I'm happy to share our journey as a family, it's fun and inspiring to hear your stories, ideas, and questions. I usually come away with something to explore and I hope you do too. In this episode, we'll get into Which personal finance books to read Whether or not CoastFI is a good goal to pursue Which numbers should you track We have so much to cover, so let's get started! Handy Tools to Start Your FI Journey If you're looking to get ahead with your finances as a family and look at pursuing financial independence, here are some resources to check out: Best Budget and Money Apps: Personal Capital, Tiller, Mint Grab Your Copy: Jumpstart Your Marriage and Your Money How to Find the Best Personal Finance Books for Your Family How Your Family Can Become Financially Free Coast FI: A Better Path to Financial Independence 10 Lessons Learned from Accidental Slow F.I.R.E. How Much is Enough Money? The Levels of Financial Autonomy If you want to chat some more about creating better money habits, questions, or share your own tips please join us over at Thriving Families on Facebook. Thank You to Our Sponsor Coastal! Support for this podcast comes from Coastal Credit Union! If you live in the Triangle area of North Carolina and you'd like someone to work with you on your goals, you really want to check out Coastal's Wealth Management team. They'd love to help you start investing for retirement and more! Support the Podcast! Thank you so much for listening to the podcast! Spread the word! If you enjoyed this episode and think it can help a buddy get on the path to dumping debt and become financially free, please share. Leave a review. Honest feedback and reviews make a big difference and gets the word out about the podcast. Leave your review on Spotify, or Apple. Grab a copy of Jumpstart Your Marriage and Your Money. My book is designed for a busy couple to set up their finances in 4 weeks. Get tips and tools that have worked for other couples on their journey of building their marriage and wealth together! Photo by nappy
This week, Mike and Mike catch up on all the various things they've been watching over the last month - including new releases like Weird: The Al Yankovic Story, Tár, Triangle of Sadness, Barbarian, Smile, Black Adam, DeadStream, After Yang, Pearl, and more!
In which I review Ruben Ostlund's new film Triangle of Sadness, an acerbic little satire starring my new bae Harris Dickinson and America's stoner uncle Woody Harrelson. Do I agree with the Cannes committee who gave this film the prestigious Palm d'Or? What do you think? Please don't forget to like, rate, and subscribe! Follow me on instagram @courtneywatchesmovies and on Twitter @MovieCourtney --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
In this new restructured format of Mainstream Boyz, Jonathan and Spencer break down the films and tv shows they watched over the course of October and what they are looking forward to in November. We also answer some viewer questions! Movies Covered: Hellraiser (2022) Halloween Ends (2022) The Good Nurse (2022) Triangle of Sadness (2022) All Quiet on the Western Front (2022) Terrifier 2 (2022) Mr. Harrigans Phone (2022) Amsterdam (2022) Abandoned (2022) Prey for the Devil (2022) Black Adam (2022) Wow thats a lot... Television Shows Covered: House of the Dragon She Hulk Make sure to follow our socials: Instagram: @thosemoviedudes Facebook: @thosemoviedudes Email Us: firstname.lastname@example.org Support the Show: https://anchor.fm/those-movie-dudes --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/those-movie-dudes/support
Brett and Brent once again talk about a bunch of newly released films like Netflixs newest films Wendell & Wild (4:37), and The Good Nurse(11:00), and also Prey for the Devil (25:26), Triangle of Sadness (29:35), and Tar (43:17) which just hit theatres. Then we wrap up the show by about our most anticipated films for awards season (1:04:02).
Notre Dame coach and former Duke assistant Mike Brey explains why he is in favor of the NCAA tournament expanding while also expressing concern for how College Football Playoff expansion could impact the college basketball regular season. Brey and Louisville guard El Ellis join The N&O's Luke DeCock and Steve Wiseman on this episode of the ACC Now podcast. A Durham native, Ellis discusses what facing Duke and North Carolina has meant to him and talks about his journey from growing up in the Triangle to playing ACC basketball. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Randy reviews the latest Park Chan-wook film, Clark ties in “cool-guy culture” with his pick and Russ has a trio of comedies including “Weird: The Al Yankovic Story”. 00:00:01 - Intros () 00:07:13 - Russell reads a note from Thomas Burke, talks about comics and eating too much before recording () 00:21:38 - David Lynch mixes it up...a little () 00:24:17 - Randy talks his favorite of the Cabinet of Curiosities () 00:27:18 - I'm Totally Fine (2022) () 00:32:02 - Decision to Leave (2022) () 00:39:24 - Clark tees up and talks The Banshees of Inisherin (2022) () 00:53:20 - Clark talks about the classic film Congo () 00:58:24 - Laguna Ave. (2021) () 01:08:37 - We talk WEIRD; The Al Yankovic Story for a long time () 01:48:40 - Tiny Cinema (2022) () 01:55:25 - Outros () Films: I'm Totally Fine (2022), Decision to Leave (2022), The Handmaiden (2016), Stoker (2013), The Banshees of Inisherin (2022), Congo (1995), Laguna Ave (2021), Madelines (2022), Tiny Cinema (2022), Weird: The Al Yankovic Story (2022), The Barbados Project (2022), Exists (2014), Guillermo del Toro's Cabinet of Curiosities (TV), Oldboy (2003), Triangle of Sadness (2022), Lowlife (2017), In Bruges (2008), Black Adam (2022), Applesauce (2015), Juju Stories (2021), Superbad (2007), Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story (2007), House Party (2023), Terrifier 2 (2022), Butt Boy (2019), Spinal Tap II (2024) Hey, we're on YouTube! Listening on an iPhone? Don't forget to rate us on iTunes! Fill our fe-mailbag by emailing us at OverlookHour@gmail.com Reach us on Instagram (@theoverlooktheatre) Facebook (@theoverlookhour) Twitter (@OverlookHour)
In this episode, Brian Barnett, Joshua Mobley, and Chris Shriver talk about the final tally of the Astros VS Phillies World Series before diving into discussions on the DLC for Resident Evil Village. Brian then opens up about his preview of Elder Scrolls Online: Firesong and his review-in-progress for Triangle Strategy's PC port, as well as Josh's surprise GOTY candidate, Signalis. Enjoy! TOPICS & TIMESTAMPS: World Series Astros VS Phillies - 00:00 | RE Village DLC - 11:46 | ESO Firesong Preview - 24:37 | Signalis - 44:31 | Triangle Strategy - 1:07:21 | POTENTIAL EPISODE TITLES (EACH "+" IS A HOST VOTE): +Making An Ass Of Myself On The Internet, On Purpose | +There Are A Bunch Of Freaks Of Nature In The Ball Pit | The Base Ball Pit | Like You Boo | A Verp | +A Shart From The Other End | The Land Is Going Through Some Stuff | ++Pound Ganon | +Me Lord | Breakfast Alone | ++Italian Hands | +++A Digital Kiss On The Forehead | +++Give Me A Little Digital Kiss On The Forehead | He Never Killed Me | [The Platformers Video Game Podcast is hosted by Brian Barnett, edited by Joshua Mobley, & streamed on Twitch.tv/PlatformersPod & archived on YouTube.com/PlatformersPod by Chris Shriver] TAGS: #Entertainment #Podcast #VideoGames
In this catch-up episode, Carsen & Annie chat through what they've been up to and what they've been watching during their hiatus. 3:10 - The Departed5:38 - Boiling Point6:57 - American Werewolf in London9:35 - The Silent Twins18:48 - Don't Worry Darling29:05 - Mission Impossible 1-431:08 - The Shining36:33 - Dr. Sleep 40:19 - Triangle of Sadness57:05 - Tar1:13 - Woman King
The Criterion CULT Film Podcast has been getting out of the house and going to see films the old fashioned way, at the movie theater. Yes, cineplex's still exist. We review and discuss Triangle of Sadness from Swedish director Ruben Ostlund.
Welcome to an all-new Films for the Void, Episode 43! In this episode, Eric and Landon's take a visit to Oakland to review Carlos López Estrada's 2018 film Blindspotting. Along with reviews of the latest from director Ruben Östlund, an evaluation of a Netflix sleeper hit, and what might possibly be the best performance of 2022 - all on this week's episode of Films for the Void!TIME STAMPS00:00:00 Introduction / Recommendations00:05:44 Do Revenge00:10:34 Triangle of Sadness00:13:51 The Stranger00:17:56 Tár00:21:18 Blindspotting01:19:50 Eric's Recommendation for Next Episode
Wie geht das Sprichwort? Man hat ja reiche Oligarchen auf Yachten schon kotzen gesehen. Ja, das ist so das, um was es auch bei Triangle of Sadness geht. Spoilerteil ist am Ende und als dieser benannt bzw. gekennzeichnet. //AG1 Klick auf athleticgreens.com/autokino und sichere dir bei deiner AG1 Erstbestellung einen kostenlosen Jahresvorrat an Vitamin D3+K2 zur Unterstützung des Immunsystems & 5 praktische Travel Packs! Gesundheitsbezogene Angaben zu AG1 und unser Angebot findest du auf: athleticgreens.com/autokino Bitte achte auf eine abwechslungsreiche und ausgewogene Ernährung und eine gesunde Lebensweise. Für beste Ergebnisse täglich einen Messlöffel (12g) in kaltes Wasser auflösen und konsumieren. Außer Reichweite von Kindern aufbewahren. Sollte nicht von schwangeren oder stillenden Frauen und Kindern unter 18 Jahren konsumiert werden. Die tägliche Mengenempfehlung nicht überschreiten. ///PATREON Die After Credit Scene zu Folge 177 Wer von den zwei Aschaffenburger Jecken nicht genug bekommt, kann gern auf Patreon weiter hören. Da gibt es nämlich die After Credit Scene zu dieser Folge. Die Themen sind dieses Mal u.a die Filme Elvis, Everything Everywhere All At Once, Pig und und und. Also unterstützt das Autokino und kassiert dafür als Belohnung über 400 existierende Sonderfolgen! patreon.com/ImAutokino
Episodio 159 del podcast No Pasa Nada: ¿Putin tendrá Netflix? Lecciones de la Primera Guerra Mundial en “Sin Novedad en el Frente” En este episodio, hablamos de: “Triangle of Sadness”: cómo ganarse la Palma de Oro de Cannes con episodios de perturbación intestinal. Netflix estrena una nueva versión de “Sin Novedad en el Frente”, el clásico anti-belicista basado en la novela de Erich Maria Remarque. “God Forbid”: un documental-tabloide sobre el escándalo sexual que derrocó a Jerry Falwell Jr., líder del movimiento cristiano ultraconservador de EE. UU. “Clerks III”: Kevin Smith auto-distribuye una secuela nostálgica, perfecta para fanáticos de su universo cinéfilo proletario. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/no-pasa-nada/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/no-pasa-nada/support
After Ray Tackett's father was shot and killed when he was very young, he ultimately dropped out of high school and descended into a pit of multiple addictions which persisted throughout his 20s.Finally he faced the realization that if he didn't get inpatient treatment, he was going to either end up in prison or dead -- it took repeated attempts and persistence, but he finally found a bed in a local facility and discovered hope and success through a 12-Step program.Among other topics, Ray and I discuss:* The difference between abstinence and actively working on recovery* The importance of working all the steps in any 12-Step program* The special value he discovered in the 9th step (Making Amends)* The meaning and application of the "Triangle of Obsession, Resentment & Fear" in how we interpret our past and live out our present & future* How to focus on the good things we're doing, not just our mistakes* An incredible "war story" of Ray's ill-fated New Year's Eve night out where he chaperoned his mom on her blind dateMake sure to check out Ray's podcast "Clean or Sober" at https://podcasts.apple.com/br/podcast/clean-or-sober/id1535409523.___You can also download my mini-course, "3 Hacks for Early Sobriety," via my Linktree (https://linktr.ee/ikissedalcoholgoodbye).If I can be of service to you in any way, please DM me on Instagram @ikissedalcoholgoodbye or email email@example.com...we're Sober Family, so let's keep breaking up with booze together!Finally, if you'd like to become an OG member of the IKAGB Premium Service where you get 6 perks for just $6/month, visit https://ikissedalcoholgoodbye.supercast.com.Much Love and Peace,--Dana, Owl & Spruce :-)
Adam and Josh cover lots of new releases on this week's show, including James Gray's guilt-ridden coming-of-age film ARMAGEDDON TIME and Ruben Östlund's eat-the-rich Palme d'Or-winner TRIANGLE OF SADNESS, along with a return to form from Jennifer Lawrence in CAUSEWAY (with Brian Tyree Henry); Henry Selick's new stop-motion collaboration with Jordan Peele WENDELL & WILD; and new docs about the secret history of Africatown, Alabama (the not-to-miss DESCENDANT), the early 2000s indie rock scene (MEET ME IN THE BATHROOM), and jazz great "Satchmo" (LOUIS ARMSTRONG'S BLACK & BLUES). 1:06 - Review: "Armageddon Time" 28:04 - Reviews (AK): “Causeway," "Descendant" 40:29 - Review (JL): “Wendell & Wild" 44:02 - New doc recs (AK): “Meet Me in the Bathroom," "Louis Armstrong's Black & Blues" 48:56 - Next Week / Notes 59:31 - Massacre Theatre 1:05:31 - Review: “Triangle of Sadness" 1:16:59 - Outro Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week we meet Swedish film director Ruben Östlund. His new movie Triangle of Sadness won the Cannes Film Festival's top prize, the Palm D'Or, and is one of the most talked-about releases of the year. It seems like an ‘eat the rich' story, but Ruben disagrees. He says it's a critique not just of the wealthy, but of all of us. Then, we take a tour of first-class airplane food. After losing nearly $200 billion during the pandemic, airlines are pouring money into high-end meals. Journalist Kitty Drake did a taste test, and came away with bigger questions around what we look for from luxury.-------Want to stay in touch? We love hearing from you. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We're on Twitter @ftweekendpod, and Lilah is on Instagram and Twitter @lilahrap.-------Links and mentions from the episode:– Triangle of Sadness is out now in all US and UK theatres – The FT's review of Triangle of Sadness: https://on.ft.com/3FHKlkw – Arts editor Jan Dalley wrote about rich-bashing, featuring Triangle of Sadness: https://on.ft.com/3fyXTUK – Kitty's article on plane food: ‘The airline industry is in trouble. Is bottomless caviar the answer?' https://on.ft.com/3DCkc3M – Kitty is on Twitter @kitty__drake.-------Special offers for FT Weekend listeners, from 50% off a digital subscription to a $1/£1/€1 trial can be found here: http://ft.com/weekendpodcast-------If you want to try FT Edit (8 stories a day, hand-picked by senior editors), it's available in the iOS app store here: https://apps.apple.com/gb/app/ft-edit/id1574510369-------Original music by Metaphor Music. Mixing and sound design by Breen Turner and Sam GiovincoRead a transcript of this episode on FT.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Gavia and Morgan return from a covid-induced hiatus with a dispatch from this year's New York and London film festivals. Gavia reports on some buzzy titles including "Decision to Leave" and "Triangle of Sadness," and Morgan gives a rave to her one festival movie of the year, France's Oscar submission "Saint Omer."
The Portland Thorns are the 2022 NWSL champions, capping an historic season with a league-best third title. They overcame plenty of challenges on and off the field, finding joy where other teams may have collapsed. On this week's episode of Soccer Made in Portland, Chris and Ryan break down what made this Thorns team special, analyze the 2-0 win over Kansas City in the final, and look ahead to the future for Portland as it pursues a repeat. Plus, some Timbers offseason talk! And a brief, Cubano-fueled review of Triangle of Sadness! Timestamps: (0:00 - 43:30) Thorns championship recap, reflecting on greatness (43:59 - full time) Timbers pursuing Evander, other moves Subscribe to Soccer Made in Portland anywhere you listen to podcasts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week, we are joined by friend of the show, Ruben Adorno, to discuss the 2022 Palm d'Or winner, TRIANGLE OF SADNESS (2022). This film is a truly outrageous social satire that brought up themes of politics, power dynamics, social structures, manipulation, and the masks we employ to get what we want. You can try to relax, but it's really hard to relax when there's so much to be worried about! Special thanks to Ruben for joining us! You can find him on Instagram @rubendavidadorno New episodes of the What's It About?! Film Podcast are posted on Spotify and Apple Podcasts every Friday morning at 9am! Please, like and share this episode if you enjoyed it! And if you dig the podcast, why don't ya give us a little review? We'd really appreciate it! From the sea to the jungle, take a trip to Wakanda with us as we watch: BLACK PANTHER (2018)... For Wakanda! If you're enjoying the discussion as much as we are, please subscribe and share this with all your film nerd friends! Thank you! Instagram: @whatsitaboutpodcast TikTok: @whatsitaboutpod Twitter: @WIApodwhat You can find Seth and Ricardo at: Ricardo Blayde Diaz: https://www.instagram.com/ricardoblaydediaz/?hl=en Seth Crowe: https://www.instagram.com/sethadamcrowe/?hl=en Theme song: "Dancing Time" by Infraction (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X-2fZGtmSgU) --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Happy Godzilla Day! Let's discuss the King of the Monsters and Godzilla VS Mechagodzilla. Review of Triangle of Sadness and Alan rants about the death of comedy plus director Mali Elfman joins the show to chat about her indie sci-fi film Next Exit.
This week on The First Run, Chris and Matt book a cruise with the rich and decadent to visit the scenic ‘Triangle Of Sadness'! Filled with a Russian oligarchs, Weapons Manufacturers, and possibly the worst of all, Social Media Influencers, is this trip with the 2 & half hour experience? Then as a treat, it's ‘Werewolf By Night'! Disney+'s Halloween special is a throwback to the classic Universal monster movies! But is it more a trick? The Werewolf Marathon wraps with Joe Dante's 80's cult classic ‘The Howling'. Dee Wallace goes on a retreat after experiencing some severe workplace trauma, to find it hides a terrible secret. There's the scintillating review of the big releases on Physical Media, featuring the Streaming and Straight to DVD Picks of the Week. Finally, Matt and Chris close out the show with the Werewolf Marathon Awards!00:00-13:08: Intro/Triangle Of Sadness13:09-22:19: Werewolf By Night22:20-36:13: Physical Media Picks36:14-46:52: The Howling46:53-55:19: Werewolf Marathon Awards55:20-58:31: Wrap UpTheme music by Jamal Malachi Ford-Bey
It's the mid-season mark down in Mexico, and boy was this week a doozy! We cover all the wacky mayhem including the battle between big-hearted Johnny and Big Biceps Alex, Rodney's new triangle trouble with Eliza, ref interference continuing to slaughter the gameplay, and of course, we dunk on Hayden a bit too.Use code "Zone 3" for 20% off the coolest sheets and the best night's sleep you'll ever have with Ettitude's eco-friendly bamboo linens at www.ettitude.com!Support the show
Andreas Franck and Bent Holm join us to talk about their work as Supervising Sound Editors and Re-Recording Mixers on director Ruben Östlund's amazing new film - Triangle of Sadness. They tell us about how they used sound to juxtapose expected emotions and add lots of humour. A major scene in the film involves a yacht caught in a massive destructive storm, but we never see an exterior shot, leaving the sound to carry the heavy load of conveying the power of the weather outside. This is a fun talk. Show Notes: https://tonebenderspodcast.com/200---triangle-of-sadness Podcast Homepage: https://tonebenderspodcast.com
With the premiere of a new season of White Lotus, Ruben Ostlund's Triangle of Sadness and horror film The Menu, Pop Chat talks about the "eat the rich" fall line-up and why we love to see rich people roasted. Plus, we talk about Twitter's future under Elon Musk and whether Kevin, Amil and Elamin would pay to keep their blue check. Warm-up question: 1:02 Eat the Rich: 8:07 Elon's Twitter: 27:59 Drop It In The Group Chat: 45:01
How do we avoid situations where the team talks about each other when there is some underlying conflict or frustration instead of talking to each other? One of the most challenging aspects of leading your dream team is the human dynamics that emerge in communication, collaboration, or conflict. We dream of a team that is cohesive and works better together than they could ever do on their own. In reality, communication seems like we are speaking a different language, collaboration is clunky at best and conflict — oh conflict – that we'd love to avoid altogether. Hearing other people's perspectives and their journeys through conflict can help inform your own journey, but you'll have to find your own path through. Story 1: SIMMERING CONFLICT A story of how little things fester over time. There is a feeling that something is off, but you can't really put your finger on it. It's hard to notice the point in time when you need to deal with it. Listen to how this leader crafted her conversation to invite mutual dialogue and how even though it didn't go perfect they both learned how to deal with simmering conflict so it doesn't boil over on others. Story 2: SURPRISING CONFLICT A leader was talking with her team member in a meeting and they were working out some details about a recent event that needed some tweaking when unexpectedly her team member started crying. Out came her frustration at the way the leader was handling the situation. She felt accused and unsupported. Listen in on how this leader navigated the unexpected with asking questions, taking a pause and reengaging conflict quickly so the conversation doesn't start leaking out when conflict lingers. Story #3: BOUNCING BACK FROM TEAM FALLOUT Danielle shares her story of the journey of hurt and grief when the under the surface stuff came up like a volcano in Episode 41: Bouncing Back from Team Fallout. It's so hard as a leader, in that moment, to let go of that dream team you hoped would be yours. Danielle found her anchor in her faith and her dependence on God. She also leaned into her people! HOW DO WE AVOID IT? The way to avoid the “talking around” that often emerges is by addressing how we talk about “it” before “it” is even there. As a leader you can teach people how to have difficult conversations; you can model how it's done when you show you're willing to engage the small conversations along the way to lay groundwork for healthy conflict. LINKS TO CHECK OUT: Send your question HERE – in writing or by recording Episode 35: A Non-Anxious Presence in an Anxious World Episode 41: Bouncing Back from Team Fallout Episode 44: Powerful Questions for Great Conversations Lead Bold and the Chicago Conference, November 3rd and 4th Learn more about Annie
EA announced a 3 game deal with Marvel that brings back memories of their sometimes controversial deal with Star Wars, but this time without the exclusivity clause. Will these games sell as well as the Star Wars games while hopefully garnering more universal praise? We talk our thoughts on that, while looking at PlayStation's job listing for a new San Diego Studio to co-develop a new game in a "beloved franchise" along Naughty Dog and the inevitable conclusion that more Uncharted is likely on the way, talk Sony London Studio branching out from it's recent VR adventures to make a new fantasy live service game for PS5, CD Projekt Red revealing that Canis Majoris was a remake of The Witcher for next-gen consoles, Striking Distance sticking to their severed limbs and cancelling the Japanese release of The Callisto Protocol as opposed to censoring it for their ratings board, and understand Chris' aversion to Platforming Games while asking what exactly we consider platforming to be. Join us on this week's Triangle Squared: A PlayStation Podcast! New episodes posts every Monday at 12PM CST/10AM PST!This show is possible thanks to the support of our Patrons. Consider becoming one today at www.patreon.com/nartechDiscord Server: discord.gg/cEvKzqmTwitch: www.twitch.tv/nartechgamingEmail/Tweet us your thoughts & suggestions:Twitter: twitter.com/TriangleSqrdEmail: email@example.comPSN ID's: Add us! Brett - Chaimera086, Sol - MeteoricDemise, Chris - Figz21k#PlayStation #PlayStationPodcast #TriangleSquared
Vomit, Kill Donkeys! It's time for FOOD COURT, your favorite podcast, where we brave the malls and the movie halls so you don't have to! Sean and Michael watched Triangle of Sadness, the satire of the rich and famous directed by Ruben Ostland! Will the fellas feel like they just had a meal at a five star restaurant? Or like they were tumbled back and forth until they were unspeakably sick? Tune in to find out! So grab your popcorn, sneak in your snacks, and pop your pepto because it's time to trade pretzel sticks for sexual favors! Bon Appétit!
Christopher mentioned this film on the previous full episode. Now he brings you a 5-minute(ish) review of this creative time-loop horror film. Please click, follow, rate and review! https://linktr.ee/TSPandOE_Podcasts All original content of the Time Shifters Podcast is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.(The music used is composed and performed by Mark Mosher (https://markmoshermusic.com) CC BY-NC 3.0)
Just two months left in the movie year: This is gonna be over before you know it. We've got three big ones. First, it's the class satire "Triangle of Sadness." Then there's the historical drama "Till." And, speaking of historical dramas, there's a German adaptation of "All Quiet on the Western Front." Movies, now more than ever. Timestamps: 9:57 "Triangle of Sadness" 36:56 "Till" 56::11 "All Quiet on the Western Front" Thanks to Dylan Mayer and My Friend Mary, both of which are wonderful, for the music. We hope you enjoy. Let us know what you think @griersonleitch on Twitter, or firstname.lastname@example.org. As always, give us a review on iTunes with the name of a movie you'd like us to review, and we'll discuss it on a later podcast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Ep 289: Early voting is open! Find your early voting poll here. Follow Allison and Meredith on Letterboxd! https://letterboxd.com/allisonkilkenny/ https://letterboxd.com/meredithlclark/ Allison (@allisonkilkenny) recs: Triangle of Sadness, Banshees of Inisherin, and Dark Glasses, and Meredith (@meredithlclark) and Allison rec: Decision To Leave and The Lure, lightly rec: VHS99, and anti-rec Halloween Ends. Light Treason News is a 100% listener supported show! Donate at the website or Allison's Patreon ✨
This week the ladies are back to discuss Taylor Swift's new record Midnights, pop culture's best antiheroes, Triangle of Sadness (Spoiler Talk from 32:30-43:23), Halloween Ends (Spoiler Talk from 44:53-54:55), the latest Kardashians episode, AND SO MUCH MORE!Show NotesWatch the Anti-Hero music videoWatch the Bejeweled music videoWatch the Triangle of Sadness trailerWatch Halloween EndsSee that photo of Kim and Ivanka at the Polo LoungeWatch The KardashiansThis episode is brought to you by Beis. Go to BeisTravel.com/Outfit for 15% off your first purchase.And Dipsea! Our listeners get an extended 30 day free trial when you go to DipseaStories.com/Outfit!Want access to episodes early? Without ads? And extra monthly episodes about Sex and the City 2 and Kris Jenner's Master Class? Become a Patron! Go to Patreon.com/EveryOutfitWE HAVE A HOTLINE! Disagree with us? Make your case and we may play it on the show. Questions, secrets, or gossip from the And Just Like That set are also welcome. Call 323-486-6773
This episode is the first of a two part update on Appalachian Mysteria Season 1 — Mared & Karen: The WVU Coed Murders. Without a doubt, these two episodes will be the most important updates since the season finished airing in 2018. In this episode, we're reintroduced to Albert “Rod” Everly, a National Guardsman who was one of the first people on the scene when the bodies of Mared & Karen were found. As it turns out, Rod has been nursing a theory about the murders for more than 50 years. After acquiring the “Triangle” letters from Geoff and Sarah, he fleshes the theory out further, leading the podcast crew to unexpectedly exhume a body. A few weeks later, the Dominion Post begins a series of articles about new excavations by State Police. The photos accompanying the articles clearly depict Rod Everly, and we set out to explain to the general public exactly what has been happening with the case. “Renewed investigation begins on murdered coeds case” — The first Dominion Post article in a series about the new search for girls' heads based on Rod Everly's theory Richard Warren Hoover — A lecture given by Richard Warren Hoover (aka “Triangle”) on Halloween of 2010 at the Cassadaga Spiritualist Camp. He was 71 years old at the time. The WVU Coed Murders: Who Killed Mared & Karen? — Geoff & Sarah's book, now available at Amazon. Coming in at 400 pages, the book goes into much greater detail than the podcast could allow for, and is the first mention of the new suspects we'll be talking about in our next update episode.