Hips or lips? This week, Peaches and Michael are having a questionable night out in celebration of 1980's CRUISING! In addition to discussing the queer reclamation of this subversive fave, our hosts reflect on William Friedkin's numerous intersections with the community. Joining the conversation is pop culture celebrant and recording artist Jeff Nelson, who shares how his evolving love of the film allowed him to embrace the camp in the darkness. Then, acclaimed photographer and author Leo Herrera stops by to dig into why our relationship with transgressive art helps define our queer experience. From popper parties to Pacino dancing, this episode has it all! Go!
William Friedkin's crime classic is equal parts hectic action and hazy morality. Offering more and more with continued viewings, this incredible movie is a magnificent train wreck that you can't take your eyes off of.The Deep Question: What is your favorite Stephen King movie?This Week's Features:To Live and Die in L.A. (1985)
La Brigade de Recherche et d'Intervention.On en entend beaucoup parler, mais on ne connaît que très peu leur réalité; cette semaine, j'ai la chance d'accueillir un chef de groupe de la BRI, Jérémy Milgram, venu nous livrer son parcours.Dans cette conversation, Jérémy nous partage les leçons tirées des interventions de crise, notamment lors des tragiques attentats du Bataclan, et aborde la complexité du travail d'enquête sur les affaires criminelles. À quoi ressemble le quotidien de ceux qui luttent contre le terrorisme ?Quels enseignements de leadership Jérémy a-t-il à nous partager ?Comment gérer son stress et sa peur quand il peut être question de vie ou de mort ?On vous invite à découvrir le monde intense et parfois inédit de la BRI, où courage, intégrité et résilience sont les maîtres mots; et laissez-vous inspirer par le récit d'un homme qui a choisi de lutter contre le terrorisme, au péril de sa propre vie.Bonne écoute !Chapitres : 00:00 Teaser 01:12 Introduction 04:02 Ancien prof d'EPS devenu policier à BRI06:42 L'impunité des violences sexistes 09:45 Comment intégrer la BRI ? 11:00 Les qualités nécessaires à la BRI 13:54 Mêler vie professionnelle et personnelle 14:25 Motivation personnelle 15:09 Une journée type à la BRI 16:20 La série BRI 17:44 Le collectif 18:23 Le groupe et la hiérarchie 19:32 Le recrutement 21:26 Comment gérer le stress ?25:05 Qu'est-ce qui est indispensable pour entrer à la BRI ?26:50 Le rapport a la peur30:38 Les regrets 31:18 Négociateurs de prise d'otages34:21 Management et leadership35:43 Les formations continues 36:07 Le rapport à la gloire 39:08 Le bataclan : les leçons de l'attentat 41:16 L'explosion du terrorisme 44:06 La peur de la mort 44:50 La santé mentale 45:52 La première intervention 47:19 L'évolution au sein de la BRI 50:42 La foi en l'humanité 51:28 La liberté et la sécurité 52:55 La genèse du livre 54:28 L'absence de parité à la BRI 56:18 Les questions de la finNotes : - Masterclass sur la négociation : - French Connection, de William Friedkin (film) Pour découvrir les coulisses du podcast :https://www.instagram.com/inpowerpodcast/Pour découvrir le livre de Jérémy Milgram, “Les Anges Gardiens du 36” : https://www.fnac.com/a18294342/Jean-Charles-Sanchez-Les-anges-gardiens-du-36Et pour suivre l'aventure MyBetterSelf au quotidien :https://www.instagram.com/mybetterself/Si cet épisode t'as plu, celui-ci te plaira surement :https://open.spotify.com/episode/5hwxvMIsfVJTO0qf8IjuHt?si=04f0ef4b8e8647cc Hébergé par Acast. Visitez acast.com/privacy pour plus d'informations.
On its 50th Anniversary, THE EXORCIST can still boast being as effective today as it was on its release date. With an intense production & determined minds, mix in some truth & multiple controversies, this film cemented a permanent place in pop culture history. Take a trip back to uncover the story behind the film which caused people to question their beliefs & faint in theaters. ///***Discussions include*** William Peter Blatty's inspiration for & true story behind The Exorcist novel, plus fact vs. fiction comparisons; early readings & retaining the novel's integrity; securing & fighting for William Friedkin to direct; screenplay adaptation, pacing & themes; production difficulties & studio interference; assembling the cast, complications, behind the scenes stories & character breakdowns; music, special effects, make-up & stunts; Friedkin's unorthodox methods of direction & marketing, injuries & rumors; release, audience reactions & recognition; the 2000 re-release, initial sequels & memorable scenes. Linda Blair, Ellen Burstyn, Jason Miller & Max von Sydow star in THE EXORCIST (1973) /// Directed by William Friedkin. ///***Picks of the Week*** • Lindsay's Pick: BUG (2006). Ashley Judd, Michael Shannon, Harry Connick Jr. /// Directed by William Friedkin. • Justin's Pick: CRUISING (1980). Al Pacino, Paul Sorvino, Karen Allen, Richard Cox /// Directed by William Friedkin. . ///***MurrayMoment*** Meager Murray Christmas memories, plus some love thrown to the family matriarch, Lucille. ///***Final Thoughts on THE EXORCIST*** Stay Tuned! We'll return in February 2024 with All-New Episodes! • Please rate, review & subscribe. • Follow on Facebook, Instagram, TikTok & YouTube. • Hosts: Justin Johnson & Lindsay Reber // Music: Matt Pace // Announcer: Mary Timmel // Logo: Beau Shoulders. www.dontpushpausepodcast.com (http://www.dontpushpausepodcast.com/) email@example.com Be Kind & Rewatch // December 5th, 2023
In this Episode, Elric and Brian pay tribute and examine the career of the late William Friedkin, by first going through five of his films they consider to be the definitive canon and pairing each one with another film as well. Consider supporting Pure Cinema (and getting monthly bonus content) via our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/purecinemapod This episode is sponsored by MUBI! Get 30 days of great cinema free at https://mubi.com/purecinema (and we'd love it if you would give them a try!) Follow the Show on Twitter: twitter.com/purecinemapod Instagram: www.instagram.com/purecinemapod/ and Facebook: www.facebook.com/purecinemapod/
Billy Friedkin's iconic 1971 game-changing NYC police procedural/car chase classic 'The French Connection' has a fascinating backstory and making-of history, and, hey: that's what I'm here for! To bring you all the best stories behind the scenes on the streets of New York and all the context and color that helps place this movie in the pantheon of the films that came before and after it. The NY Times article about this summer's censorship of the film is linked here. Mark Kermode's very well made BBC documentary about the making of The French Connection can be seen on YouTube. Owen Roizman, the film's brilliant and prolific cinematographer's IMDB page is here. Do yourself a favor and watch the films of the brilliant French director Jean-Pierre Melville. Listen to David Shire's iconic score for The Taking of Pelham 123 on YouTube. Don Ellis' haunting end credits music from The French Connection.
The couples lively view of life has a fine new film, fascinating documentaries, a major opera star, a culinary treat of a TV show, home heating, and more all in its sights. Join us for great tips and really good fun!
Show Notes Free Palestine Get ready for some terrible policing this week as we discuss 1971's The French Connection, directed by William Friedkin and starring a sweaty Gene Hackman whose character definitely smelled like gin in every frame of this film. These cops may not be dirty but they aren't clean. We visit a time when cops weren't assigned cases but rather made them up as they went, and when one cop's hunches end up killing other cops, everyone agrees to keep following those hunches. Join us in discussing this epitome of 70s movie grit. Also, how much of this movie was borrowed for Speed? I'll give you a hint: it's a lot. Recommendations: Monarch: Legacy of Monsters (Apple+); The Marvels (In theaters) Next up: The Birds (1963) Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org Find Amity @ www.amityarmstrong.com Our Facebook group is here for those who consent: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1754020081574479/
doblesesion.com @doblesesionpdc #dsgrupo7 🚨 Nos infiltramos en la Sevilla pre Exposición Universal para hablar de Grupo 7 de Alberto Rodríguez. En la sección inicial hablamos de las polémicas declaraciones de David Fincher sobre las salas de cine. A partir del minuto 0:30:50 hablamos de Grupo 7 de Alberto Rodríguez. Para complementar el visionado os recomendamos la discografía de Julio De La Rosa y las películas Tarde Para La Ira (Raúl Arévalo, 2016), Contra El Imperio De La Droga (The French Connection; William Friedkin, 1971) y la trilogía Pusher (Pusher, 1996; Pusher II, 2004; Pusher III; 2005) de Nicolas Winding Refn. Escúchanos y síguenos ➡️ https://linktr.ee/doblesesion
En el programa de hoy celebramos los 50 años de “El exorcista”, una obra cumbre y revolucionaria dentro del cine de terror justo en un 2023 en el que hemos perdido a su director, William Friedkin, y también se ha pretendido seguir sacando rédito de su nombre con una secuela que ha sido bastante olvidable. “El asesino” es lo nuevo de uno de los directores que más interés despiertan siempre en el público contemporáneo y también su nueva colaboración con Netflix lo que nos lleva a repasar con Mary Carmen Rodríguez (también editora del podcast) la relación entre David Fincher y la plataforma. En La Música Clásica De Nuestro Tiempo Iker González Urresti analiza la deliciosa banda sonora de “Vidas pasadas” a cargo de Christopher Bear y Daniel Rossen, en Recordando clásicos con Mónica Balboa “Centauros del desierto” de John Ford, las apuestas de Colgados de la plataforma y la crítica de la favorita “Vidas pasadas”. ¡Muchas gracias por escucharnos!
The gang consider the damage intended and the damage inflicted in the rarely discussed tale of a cop going undercover in the 70s New York leather bar scene in William Friedkin's Cruising. Night on the Docks - Sax Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
50 years ago, William Peter Blatty and William Friedkin came together to put one of the centuries scariest films ever put on screen. 50 years later we dissect that film with the help of special guest Antonio of The Cultworthy Podcast and The Milf and Me Podcast. We look at the crazy production, the curse that is said to have surrounded it and the impact the film has on the world of cinema all these years later. It's a good day for a film dissection. Make sure to check out Antonio and all of his podcasting ventures @ https://thecultworthy.com & https://themilfandmepod.com Promo: The Cultworthy Podcast and The Milf and Me Music by DARKRAIZARD Check out all his music on Spotify, Itunes and YouTube. LIKE, COMMENT, SUBSCRIBE and HIT THE BELL GO TO OUR LINKTREE FOR ALL OF OUR LINKS https://linktr.ee/dissectthatfilm FOLLOW THE HOST Twitter: https://twitter.com/parkerdissects Instagram: https://instagram.com/parkerdissects FOLLOW THE CO-HOSTS https://twitter.com/dnagaming_1 https://twitter.com/roehm_21dw (Dan) https://twitter.com/aradella (Angela) WATCH THEM ON TWITCH https://twitch.tv/dna_gaming1
William Friedkin's film Sorcerer (1977) has been subject to a major re-evaluation in the last decade. A dark re-imagining of the French Director H.G. Clouzot's Le Salaire de la Peur (The Wages of Fear) (1953) (based on George Arnaud's novel); the film was a major critical and commercial failure on its initial release. Friedkin's work was castigated as an example of directorial hubris as it was a notoriously difficult production which went wildly over-budget. It was viewed at the time as the end of New Hollywood. However, within recent years, the film has emerged in the popular and scholarly consciousness from enjoying a minor, cult status to becoming subject to a full-blown critical reconsideration in which it has been praised a major work by a key American filmmaker.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/writers-on-film. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Season Five continues as Kieran B is joined by Artie B and Jay Dowse as the group goes into deep cover to get to the bottom of The French Connection. Plenty of talk about the late William Friedkin and all the outside-the-box techniques he used to put together this unconventional Best Picture Winner. Check out our Best Picture Merch: https://best-picture-cast.creator-spring.com/ Follow us on Social Media, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Letterboxd: @bestpicturecast Email us email@example.com Follow The Co Hosts on Twitter: Grant Z: @Grant_Zep Artie B: @heyyyitssme Grant's Art on Instagram: @exit28studios Chris G's Art on Instagram: @popvultureart
This week we check out "The Fall of the House of Usher" and Mike Flannigan's multiple Netflix series. Stick around for a deep dive into William Friedkin's segment of the 1980's Twilight Zone, "Nightcrawlers". Thank you for listening! Merch!
Did you know that The Exorcist (1973) was inspired by true events? We talk through the life of Ronald Doe, the real-life boy who inspired this spine-chilling film. Join us as we delve into his unexplainable experiences and the horrifying tales that led to the creation of this unforgettable movie. lunaticsproject.comGet Lunatics Merch here. Join the discussion on Discord. Listen to the paranormal playlist I curate for Vurbl, updated weekly! Check out Abby's book Horror Stories. Available in eBook and paperback. Music by Michaela Papa, Alan Kudan & Jordan Moser. Poster Art by Pilar Keprta @pilar.kep.SourcesA Vanity Fair article by Rosemary Counter: The Haunting Real Story That Inspired The ExorcistNYTimes review of The Exorcist from 1973 by Vincent CanbyAll Things Interesting Article by William DeLong called Inside The Harrowing Exorcism of Ronald Doe Screenrant article by Christopher Fiducccia, 30 Wild Details Behind The Making of The ExorcistCBSnews.com article by Rhadika Chalasani - Creepy Tales from Cursed moviesSyfy.com article by Cydney Contreras: The Exorcist Cast Endured Deaths, Fires and More Mishaps - Was the set haunted? The documentary Fear of God: 25 Years of The Exorcist (1998) which is available on YouTube.An article from The Guardian: Boy Whose Case Inspired The Exorcist is Named by US MagazineRoger Ebert's review of The Exorcist on rogererpert.comWikipedia + IMDBSupport the show
In today's episode, we are finally tackling the film Roger Ebert called “a raw and painful experience” that “transcends the genre of terror, horror, and the supernatural.” We are, of course, talking about William Friedkin's The Exorcist (1973). Based on William Peter Blatty's novel of the same name, the film is an acknowledged classic trafficking in body horror and demonic possession, scenes of which have morphed into head turning, pea-soup laced pop culture shorthand. But is there more to this story than meets the eye? We're breaking it all down today with spoilers so stay tuned. References/Mentioned in this Episode Clover, Carol J. Men, Women, and Chainsaws: Gender in the Modern Horror Film-Up. Princeton University Press, 2015. Collative Learning. The even darker underbelly of THE EXORCIST - film analysis. YouTube, 24 January 2017. Ebert, Roger. “The Exorcist.” RogerEbert.com, 23 December 1973. Happy Haunts Library, YouTube, 2023. Heffernan, Ryan. “The 9 Most Hilarious 'The Exorcist' Parodies in Movies and TV Shows.” Collider, 9 October 2023. Schuetz, Janice. "“The exorcist”: Images of good and evil." Western Journal of Communication (includes Communication Reports) 39.2 (1975): 92-101. Williams, Marlena. Night Mother: A Personal and Cultural History of The Exorcist. Mad Creek Books, 2023. Faces of Fear: Encounters with the Creators of Modern Horror. Berkley Trade, 1985, pp. 36-49. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/horror-homeroom/support
The Spirit is a Neo-noir superhero film based on the classic character created by Will Eisner. A live-action film version of the character had been planned for years, with William Friedkin coming close to making a movie back in the eighties. It almost got made as an animated film. In the wake of Robert Rodriguez's successful version of Sin City, that film's co-director/writer, the legendary Frank Miller, was able to get the rights. It would be done in a similar style to that film, with it shot in a largely desaturated, highly stylized form that was catching on at the time thanks to not only Sin City but also 300, which, not coincidently, was also based on Frank Miller's work.Miller would adapt the comic himself, casting Gabriel Macht as Denny Colt, the ghost-like superhero. Macht was largely unknown (he would go on to find fame on the long-running series Suits) but was surrounded by an A-list cast, including Samuel L. Jackson, Eva Mendes and Scarlett Johannson. The film would be met with derision from fans, with many taking issue with Jackson's wildly over-the-top performance as the villain, The Octopus. It lost its financier tens of millions of dollars, and Miller's only other credit as a director would come on the City City sequel, A Dame to Kill For, which reteamed him with Rodriguez. So what happened? Why was The Spirit such a box-office disaster, and does the Movie have any fans? We dig into The Spirit's making in this week's WTF Happened to this Movie, written by Gaius Bolling, edited by Cesar Gabriel, and narrated by Dave Davis.
On this episode (94) of the ATI Podcast host Barrett (Bear) welcomes guest and friend of the show JOEY RACKOVAN to watch along and commentate on WILLIAM FRIEDKIN'S masterpiece, THE EXORCIST (1973) for it's 50th Anniversary. SEG 1: Bear & Joey introduce the ingredients to their cocktail concoction, THE BITTER END, they're pairing with their EXORCIST viewing. SEG 2: Bear & Joey taste-test and review #THEBITTEREND & set-up their #EXORCIST viewing. SEG 3: The boys delve into intro news/note and spoiler free analytics prior to viewing WILLIAM FRIEDKIN'S, #THEEXORCIST (1973) for it's 50th Anniversary. SEG 4: #WATCHALONG with Bear & Joey to the #DirectorsCut of #WILLIAMFRIEDKIN'S, THE EXORCIST. SEG 5: Bear & Joey recap The Exorcist and further commentary on it's impact, and if it stands the test of time! ⌚️ TIME STAMPS⌚️ 00:00:00 Intro 00:00:46 THE EXORCIST (1973) Retro Trailer 00:02:19 Bear & Joey make THE BITTER END 00:08:57 THE BITTER END Taste Test 00:16:52 THE EXORCIST Synopsis & Facts 00:46:00 THE EXORCIST Watch Along 02:55:38 THE EXORCIST Recap 03:11:27 End Credits Special thanks to Ben Sharp of Cloudkicker for the ATI Podcast open! Listen/support CLOUDKICKER on BANDCAMP at https://cloudkicker.bandcamp.com/ Like, Listen, Enjoy, Subscribe to the ATI Podcast anywhere you get your podcast audio. https://flow.page/atipod WATCH ON #YOUTUBE: https://youtu.be/vLr3QDYU4xw --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ati-podcast/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ati-podcast/support
"Death to Videodrome! Long live the New Flesh!" It was perhaps inevitable that the modern Weird, driven as it is to swallow all things, would sooner or later veer into the realm of political sloganeering without losing any of its unknowable essence. David Cronenberg's 1983 film Videodrome is more than a masterwork of body horror: it is a study in technopolitics, a meditation on the complex weave of imagination and perception, and a prophecy of the now on-going coalescence of flesh and technology into a strange new alloy. In this episode, recorded live after a screening of the film at Indiana University Cinema (https://cinema.indiana.edu/index.html) in Bloomington, JF and Phil set out to interpret Cronenberg's vision... and come to dig the New Flesh. Support us on Patreon (https://www.patreon.com/weirdstudies). Buy the Weird Studies sountrack, volumes 1 (https://pierre-yvesmartel.bandcamp.com/album/weird-studies-music-from-the-podcast-vol-1) and 2 (https://pierre-yvesmartel.bandcamp.com/album/weird-studies-music-from-the-podcast-vol-2), on Pierre-Yves Martel's Bandcamp (https://pierre-yvesmartel.bandcamp.com) page. Listen to Meredith Michael and Gabriel Lubell's podcast, Cosmophonia (https://cosmophonia.podbean.com/). Visit the Weird Studies Bookshop (https://bookshop.org/shop/weirdstudies) Find us on Discord (https://discord.com/invite/Jw22CHfGwp) Get the T-shirt design from Cotton Bureau (https://cottonbureau.com/products/can-o-content#/13435958/tee-men-standard-tee-vintage-black-tri-blend-s)! REFERENCES David Cronenberg, Videodrome (https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0086541/) Maurice Merleau-Ponty, The Visible and the Invisible (https://bookshop.org/a/18799/9780810104570) Paul Virilio, The Information Bomb (https://bookshop.org/a/18799/9781844670598) Weird Studies, Episode 75 on “2001: A Space Odyssey” (https://www.weirdstudies.com/75) Richard Porton and David Cronenberg, "The Film Director as Philosopher: An Interview with David Cronenberg" (https://www.jstor.org/stable/41690094) George Hickenlooper and David Cronenberg, "The Primal Energies of the Horror Film: An Interview with David Cronenberg" (https://www.jstor.org/stable/41687643) Weird Studies, Episode 144 with Connor Habib (https://www.weirdstudies.com/144) William Friedkin (dir.), The Exorcist (https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0070047/) Plato, Timaeus (https://bookshop.org/a/18799/9780140455045) William Gibson, Idoru (https://bookshop.org/a/18799/9780425158647) CBC, Yorkville: Hippie Haven (https://www.cbc.ca/player/play/1564883669) Linda Williams, “Film Bodies: Gender, Genre, and Excess” (https://www.jstor.org/stable/1212758)
Peter Sobczynski joins Erik Childress again to provide a rundown of what you can add to your physical media collection this week. You have brand new collections of films from Jackie Chan and Buster Keaton. The late William Friedkin does his first Tracy Letts adaptation and while it missed Halloween there is a great new edition of an overlooked horror film from J.A. Bayona. In time for Veteran's Day, Sony has two new 4K editions of war films and there is also a new Blu-ray of a guilty favorite from our longtime friend, Sergio Mims. Erik and Peter recall the first time they saw Fargo which gets an upgrade as does George Lucas' coming-of-age classic in time for its 50th Anniversary. Finally, Paramount celebrates the anniversary of two modern Christmas favorites with their own upgrade. Lookin' good, Billy Ray. Feeling good, Louis! 0:00 - Intro 1:40 - Criterion (Jackie Chan: Emergence of a Superstar) 9:59 - Cohen Media (The Buster Keaton Collection: Volume 5) 14:00 - MVD (A Bullet for Sandoval) 17:21 - Fun City (T.R. Baskin) 23:35 - Imprint (Bug, The Orphanage) 33:05 - Shout! Factory (Surviving the Game, Fargo (4K)) 46:14 - Sony (The Guns of Navarone (4K Steelbook), Black Hawk Down (4K Steelbook)) 1:00:21 - Universal (American Graffiti 4K, Violent Night 4K,) 1:09:22 - Paramount (Trading Places (40th Anniversary) (4K), Scrooged (35th Anniversary) (4K)) 1:28:47 – Recent Theatrical Titles Now On Blu-ray (& TV) 1:29:47 – New Blu-ray Announcements 1:34:14 - Outro
For the 150th episode of the podcast, returning guest Meg Shields joins me from Vancouver for a show about William Friedkin's legendary horror film The Exorcist, which turns 50 years old this December. I had always been TOO SCARED to watch the original Exorcist (even though I had seen the first two sequels) so for this podcast, as a farewell tribute to Hurricane Billy who passed away this August, I watched it for the first time. Meg and I discuss this prototypical blockbuster based on the bestselling novel by William Peter Blatty, the first horror movie to be Oscar nominated for Best Picture, and a cultural phenomenon where audiences lined up for hours hoping to buy a ticket for this endurance test, with many reports of horrified walkouts and fainting spells in the lobby at every screening. We discuss the differences between the original 1973 theatrical version and the “director's cut” from the year 2000, the criticism of this film in some circles as a reactionary and patriarchal work, Friedkin's insane conduct on the set (including mistreatment of the actors), the strange connection between The Exorcist and Freidkin's later film Cruising, and Meg and I wonder what Hurricane Billy would have said about this year's “legacy sequel” The Exorcist: Believer, which opened two months after his death. The 2019 documentary Leap of Faith: William Friedkin on The Exorcist is available to stream in North America on Kanopy. Become a patron of the podcast to access to exclusive episodes every month. Over 30% of Junk Filter episodes are exclusively available to patrons. To support this show directly please subscribe at https://www.patreon.com/junkfilter Follow Meg Shields on Twitter. Original 1973 trailer for The Exorcist that was pulled from release because it was too scary (CW: strobing effects) William Friedkin making fun of Exorcist II: The Heretic, from 2013 Trailer for Audrey Rose (Robert Wise, 1977) Trailer for The Manitou (William Girdler, 1978) Trailer for Leap of Faith: William Friedkin on The Exorcist (Alexandre O. Philippe, 2019) Mercedes McCambridge rolling a cigarette with one hand in Lightning Strikes Twice (1951)
Happy Halloween! We're talking about one of the all time great horror films, or films period, this week - The Exorcist! We're releasing this on Halloween, but hopefully you can still enjoy some Exorcist talk in November (or any other month for that matter). Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or follow us! Twitter/X - @RollItPodcast Instagram - @rollitpodcast Music by Ethan Rapp
A big budget US remake of “The Wages of Fear?” Where do we sign up? Tune in as Chris talks "The Directors Company," jungle shoots, and sweaty screen offerings as the LSCE screens William Friedkin's 1977 masterpiece “Sorcerer.” Join us! Works Cited: Canby, Vincent. “Sorcerer, Action Movie Set in Latin America.” The New York Times. June 25, 1977. Article Link. Accessed 8/18/23. “Feature Reviews: SORCERER.” Boxoffice. New York: Boxoffice Media LP, 1977. Article Link Flatley, Guy. “At the Movies: Roy Scheider, “Sorcerer Stat, Talks of Thrillers.” The New York Times. January 21, 1977. Article Link. Accessed 8/10/23. Friedkin, William. The Friedkin Connection: A Memoir. 2013. New York, Harper Collins. Kissel, Howard. “Arts & People: Films: Sorcerer.” WWD 134, no. 123 (1977): 9–. Article Link Mack. "Film Reviews: Sorcerer." Variety (Archive: 1905-2000), Jun 29, 1977, 26, Article Link Picture Grosses: “SORCERER” NICE 38G, ST. L.; “TALL” 50G, 2D. Variety. Vol. 287. Los Angeles: Penske Business Corporation, 1977. Article Link. “SORCERER” SWITCH. Screen International. London: Media Business Insight, 1977. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/lsce/message
Nolan is joined by Emily von Seele and Paul Farrell to discuss William Friedkin's THE EXORCIST (1973) and Banjong Pisanthanakun's THE MEDIUM (2021). The crew digs into new discoveries, rewatches, and recent releases before enlisting the aid of a spiritual warrior to fight against the forces of evil possessing their daughters. Other movies discussed on this episode: NIGHT OF THE DEMONS (1988), THE UNBINDING (2023), NIGHT OF THE COMET (1984), NIGHT OF THE CREEPS (1986), I MARRIED A WITCH (1942), CAT PEOPLE (1942), THE CURSE OF THE CAT PEOPLE (1944), CAT PEOPLE (1982), FANTASY ISLAND (2020), A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET (1984), JENNIFER'S BODY (2009), THE POPE'S EXORCIST (2023). Links of interest and/or sources cited for research on this episode: ‘The Halloween Tree' 30th Anniversary Retrospective – An Essential Celebration of the Holiday by Paul Farrell (Bloody Disgusting) David Kirschner Reflects on Ray Bradbury and ‘The Halloween Tree' 30 Years Later [Interview] by Paul Farrell (Bloody Disgusting) ‘Halloween H20' 25 Years Later: Why the 1998 Film Remains One of the All-Time Great Legacy Sequels by Paul Farrell (Bloody Disgusting) ‘WNUF Halloween Special': Celebrating 10 Years of Pure Halloween Nostalgia by Paul Farrell (Bloody Disgusting) ‘The Girl Who Cried Monster' – Revisiting the ‘Goosebumps' Book and Its Standout TV Adaptation by Paul Farrell (Bloody Disgusting) ‘A Night in Terror Tower' – Revisiting the ‘Goosebumps' Book and Its TV Adaptation by Paul Farrell (Bloody Disgusting) ‘Attack of the Jack-O'-Lanterns' – Revisiting the ‘Goosebumps' Halloween Book and Its TV Adaptation by Paul Farrell (Bloody Disgusting) ‘The Reptile' – One of Hammer's Best Original Horror Movies [Hammer Factory] by Paul Farrell (Bloody Disgusting)
The power of curiosity compels you! On this episode, we talked about William Friedkin's The Exorcist with Cary Elza, (Associate Professor of Media Studies from the University of Wisconsin Stevens Point) and Kathryn Lofton (the Lex Hickson professor of American studies and religious studies, professor of history and divinity at Yale University.)Whether you are an Exorcist fanatic, or hate horror movies, this episode will have something for you. We talk about why The Exorcist caused a frenzy in 1973. How the movie portrays religious faith. And This the 50th anniversary of The Exorcist, which enraptured audiences in 1973, making it the third highest grossing film of that decade. The Exorcist drove public fascination with the devil and exorcisms inside of churches, across popular culture, and deep in the public imagination. For those of you who like extra credit, here is some further reading:Pauline Kael's review from The New Yorker (Jan 1973) Collen McDannell's edited volume, Catholics in the MoviesPlease rate and review No Cure for Curiosity in your favorite podcast app. And tell your friends who might also enjoy No Cure for Curiosity! It helps other people find the show. And continue the conversation on our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/NoCureforCuriosityPodcast.Our intro music was written by UWSP music student Derek Carden and our logo is by artist and graphic designer Ryan Dreimiller.You can send comments to email@example.com.
Friend of the podcast Eric Roach rejoins Jagbags to talk the films of the late William Friedkin, who recently passed away at the age of 87. We go through his movies, including "The French Connection", "The Exorcist", "To Live & Die in LA", "Cruising", and especially the unsung MASTERWORK "Sorcerer", starring Roy Scheider. Why did "Sorcerer" come and go without so much as a whimper at the box office? What made Friedkin's best work so compelling? Did the ends justify the means with Friedkin? What is his lasting legacy? We answer these questions, and many more. TUNE IN FOR FRIEDKIN!
We celebrate our Sixth Anniversary, and the beginning of Season Three, with William Friedkin's the Exorcist (1973). Hosted by Lexi Covill, Justin Morgan and Charles Phillips. Mixing and QA by Scratchin' Menace with Music by Daniel Birch and Ben Pegley. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter for the latest updates. Available on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, and a dozen other popular platforms. Please subscribe, rate and review us. Every little bit helps, and more importantly, thank you for listening!
Happy Halloween!! To wrap up our Spooky Month we watched the 1973 classic in time right before its 50th anniversary, The Exorcist. Directed by William Friedkin from a screenplay by William Peter Blatty, based on his 1971 novel of the same name the story follows the demonic possession of a young girl and her mother's attempt to rescue her through an exorcism by two Catholic priests. The film stars Ellen Burstyn, Max von Sydow, Jason Miller, and Linda Blair. Come join us!!! Website : https://tortelliniatnoon.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tortelliniatnoonpodcast/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TortelliniAtNoon Twitter: https://twitter.com/PastaMoviePod
This month's Out Now with Aaron and Abe commentary has the power to compel you to keep listening. Aaron and Abe are joined by Brandon Peters, Yancy Jack, and Scott Mendelson to discuss William Friedkin's classic horror film, The Exorcist. Listen in to hear the group discuss their thoughts on the film adapted from Willaim Peter Blatty's novel that happens to be considered one of the greatest horror movies ever made. They discuss everything, from the production to the cast to the stories surrounding the cursed production to the franchise that came out of the film, and more. Plus, plenty of tangents, and thoughts on the film's legacy, and how it stands out compared to other movies as well. Not a bad way to wrap up 2023's series of horror specials. So now, if you've got an hour to kill… Follow all of us on Twitter: @Outnow_Podcast, @AaronsPS4, @WalrusMoose, @ScottMendelson, @YancyJack, @Brandon4KUHD Check out all of our sites and blogs: TheCodeIsZeek.com, Why So Blu?, The Brandon Peters Show, The Milky Way Blues, The Wrap Hear our episode covering The Exorcist: Believer Watch the Trailer for The Exorcist #TheExorcist #WilliamFriedkin #WilliamPeterBlatty #EllenBurstyn #MaxvonSydow #LeeJCobb #JasonMiller #LindaBlair #pazuzu #horror #horrormovies #supernatural #1970s #newhollywood #movie #film #entertainment #podcast #outnowpodcast #outnowwithaaronandabe
William Friedkin's final film, The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial, feels just a little thin. Despite what we know is in his bag of directing tricks from his previous films, this one lacked a dramatic vision and alienates the audience with its desire to be completely objective.
Happy Halloween!!! Fat Dude Digs Flicks wraps up the October Holiday season with an all new Let's Taco ‘Bout. This week, regular guest and eventual replacement host, Charlie Eccles, returns to the show! We chat about Charlie's wrestling retirement storyline, the continuing adventures of fatherhood, and whatever else comes to mind before diving into this week's movie. This week, Charlie has selected one of the Fat Dude's all time favorites, so the two run a little long and get a little passionate discussing William Friedkin's The Exorcist.Charlie can be found on Instagram and Twitter at @wrestlingvoice1. You can also see Charlie in person at the Sioux Falls Stampede home games. Join the campaign to get Charlie on that Zamboni!!!Follow Fat Dude Digs Flicks across social media:Facebook - Fat Dude Digs FlicksInstagram - FatDudeDigsFlicksTwitter - FatDudeFlicksTikTok - FatDudeDigsFlicksLetterboxd - FatDudeFlicksSubscribe to this podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Amazon Music, Goodpods, or wherever you get your podcasts. Search for Fat Dude Digs Flicks and click on that subscribe button. Please take a second to rate and review the show, while you're at it!Subscribe to the Fat Dude Digs Flicks YouTube channel and send a thumbs up or two my way!If you'd like to contact me for any recommendations, questions, comments, concerns, or to be a future guest, you can send an email to FatDudeDigsFlicks@gmail.com.And now the call to action:The fight for Women's Reproductive Rights continues. If you are interested in supporting a woman's right to choose, please look into the following organizations:Planned ParenthoodCenter for Reproductive RightsPathfinder InternationalNational Women's Law CenterNARAL Pro-Choice AmericaReligious Coalition for Reproductive ChoiceEquality NowEvery Mother CountsGlobal Fund For WomenGun violence in the United States has reached epidemic proportions. Join the fight for better gun laws and regulations by looking into or contributing to:Coalition to Stop Gun ViolenceEverytown for Gun SafetyThe Brady CampaignNewtown Action AllianceMoms Demand Action for Gun Sense in AmericaAmericans for Responsible SolutionsLaw Center to Prevent Gun ViolenceHelp protect, defend, and support our LGBTQ+ brothers, sisters, and non-binary spiritual siblings by checking out:GLAADTrans LifelineThe Trevor ProjectThe Center of Excellence for Transgender HealthGender DiversityHuman Rights CampainIt Gets Better ProjectThe Transgender Law CenterFORGEGLSENThe Matthew Shepard FoundationPride FoundationTransgender Legal Defense and Education FundTrans Women of Color CollectiveTrans Youth Equality FoundationNational Center For Transgender EqualityTrue Colors FundThe Trans Culture District Support the show
Happy Halloween!Here lies the 2023 Death By DVD Halloween Special : MOVIE MARATHON MADNESS!We have compiled not one, not two, but THREE insane lists for you to curate your own horror movie marathon, but the twist is, one of us doesn't know what's on the list! I.Alexander Nash & Harry-Scott combine their horror knowledge to create the greatest, monstrous movie list of all time. It's a real Halloween treat. Listen now! Need more Halloween horror in your life? tap here, or the link below to view our archives of every Death By DVD Halloween episode from 2019 - present https://listentodeathbydvd.transistor.fm/search?query=Halloween ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
What an excellent day for an exorcism. Hosts Sonia Mansfield and Margo D. dork out about 1973's THE EXORCIST, directed by William Friedkin and starring Ellen Burstyn, Linda Blair, Jason Miller, and Max Von Sydow.But wait, there's more. They also chat about the making of the movie with author Nat Segaloff, author of THE EXORCIST LEGACY: 50 YEARS OF FEAR. Dork out everywhere …Email at firstname.lastname@example.orgSubscribe on Apple PodcastsSpreakerSpotify Tune In Stitcherhttp://dorkingoutshow.com/https://www.threads.net/@dorkingoutshow https://www.instagram.com/dorkingoutshow/ https://www.facebook.com/dorkingoutshowhttps://twitter.com/dorkingoutshowThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5406530/advertisement
durée : 00:54:09 - Affaires sensibles - L'histoire d'un film qui a choqué l'Amérique de Nixon et dont le tournage même aura fait courir rumeurs et fantasmes cristallisant la peur du Mal...
durée : 00:53:48 - Affaires sensibles - par : Fabrice Drouelle - Aujourd'hui dans Affaires Sensibles, retour sur le tournage d'un film américain : Cruising. La chasse, en français. Peu de gens l'ont vu à sa sortie, en 1980. Son réalisateur, William Friedkin, est pourtant célèbre notamment pour "L'exorciste". Et surtout son acteur principal : Al Pacino. - invités : Didier ROTH BETTONI - Didier Roth-Bettoni : Journaliste et critique de cinéma - réalisé par : Khoï NGUYEN
We've done a Halloween special each year for the past five years. And each year, and for no particular reason, we've spent a chunk of the show covering a classic horror movie celebrating, specifically, its 40th anniversary. I'm a little sad to say that this year we're breaking the tradition, partly because 1983 was a strikingly barren year for horror movies (notwithstanding, uh, Cujo, I guess? Psycho II?). And partly because, well, one of the greatest horror movies ever made happens to be celebrating its 50th anniversary this year. So. This hour, our take on William Friedkin's 1973 masterpiece, The Exorcist. And a look at filmmaker David Gordon Green's turn away from indie dramas and Hollywood comedies and toward horror legacy requels. His latest is The Exorcist: Believer. Plus: There sure are a lot of those crazy 12-foot skeleton things showing up on people's lawns, aren't there? We investigate the Skelly sensation. GUESTS: Aislinn Clarke: A screenwriter and director and a lecturer in film studies at Queen's University Belfast Bill Curry: Playing the part of Bill Curry playing the part of Standing Concerned Man Jesse Hassenger: Associate editor of Paste Movies and co-host of the New Flesh horror movie podcast Rachel Kurzius: A reporter for The Home You Own at The Washington Post The Colin McEnroe Show is available as a podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Amazon Music, TuneIn, Listen Notes, or wherever you get your podcasts. Subscribe and never miss an episode! Subscribe to The Noseletter, an email compendium of merriment, secrets, and ancient wisdom brought to you by The Colin McEnroe Show. Join the conversation on Facebook and Twitter. Colin McEnroe and Cat Pastor contributed to this show.Support the show: http://www.wnpr.org/donateSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
For what it's worth, The Exorcist II The Heretic should have sank the franchise forever. Not many horror movie series recover from being laughed off the screen. But, what Warner Brothers didn't want, Morgan Creek did. James G Robinson was now in control of the franchise, and what he wanted was another Exorcist film. But author William Peter Blatty did not want to do a movie version of his book Legion and sell it as The Exorcist III. Not after The Heretic's bad taste was still lingering. But Robinson was insistent. And after both original director William Friedkin and horror maestro John Caroenter both turned the project down, Blatty figured he should just do it himself. The result is one of the most under appreciated at the time release in horror history. While it wasn't laughed at like its predecessor, The Exorcist III was not embraced upon its release. Listen to Garrett, Matt, and Mik discuss whether this was reception was warranted. And come back next week as they reconvene to talk about director Renny Harlin's Exorcist: The Beginning!
Gavia and Steffan delve into the iconic 1973 horror movie The Exorcist, discussing its chaotic creative process with director William Friedkin, its lasting impact on the horror genre, and its fantastic craftsmanship as an example of gritty New Hollywood cinema.
"Don't ask me why I can't leave without my wife and I won't ask you why you can."The final episode of our Romero Remakes Spooky-thon is finally here and we're digging into Breck Eisner's 2010 remake of The Crazies! We talk about the power of the original film, Stephen's issues with certain changes made for the update, our respective love of Billy Ocean and Meat Loaf, and why Tucker thinks this film is a perfect remake.All aboard the crazy train and follow us on the following platforms: @Disenfranchpod on Bluesky, Facebook, Instagram, Letterboxd, and YouTube Email us your thoughts or requests to email@example.com Rate and review us on Apple Podcasts and Spotify! Find Stephen at @ChewyWalrus on Bluesky, Instagram, and Letterboxd Find Brett at @sus_warlock on Instagram and Letterboxd or @suswarlock on Bluesky Find Tucker at @icenine09 on YouTube and Instagram and @tuck_mugs on Instagram Join our Patreon for exclusive bonus content, including our special October episode of Oops! All Christianity Corner on William Friedkin's 1973 classic, The Exorcist: https://patreon.com/Disenfranchpod Watch our big screen cinematic debut in Circle City Supernatural from our buddy J.P. Leck! You can either buy it on BluRay through Joseph's website or buy or rent it digitally on Amazon Prime!
The boys pay tribute to one of the most important horror films ever made -- William Friedkin's adaptation of William Peter Blatty's iconic novel, The Exorcist.Outro Music: King Diamon - "The Exorcist" Support the Pod Boys on Patreon! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Happy Halloween from MG! Tonight, pour yourself a nice pumpkin spice martini and cozy up to our Exorcist double bill! First up is William Friedkin's 1973 masterful original, featuring a decade-best performance from Ellen Burstyn as a possessed kid's beleaguered mom - then we follow it up with the film's second (and darkly comedic) sequel, Exorcist III - directed by the book's author, William Peter Blatty!
As spooky season '23 draws to a close, Paul decided to really test Sophie's mettle with the scariest movie of all time - The Exorcist, directed by the late great William Friedkin who sadly passed away this year, which makes this episode even more poignant. So listen in to hear Sophie's thoughts on this frightening experience, as well as her epiphany on fear during the daytime or nighttime, how she wasn't too concerned for Father Merrin's wellbeing, and her very own vomiting trauma! ------------------------------------------------------- Don't forget to follow us on social media in the links below, and let us know your thoughts and recommendations for the future! instagram.com/sp_filmviewers twitter.com/SP_Filmviewers letterboxd.com/SP_Filmviewers Rating and reviewing the show is a great help too! Please feel free to do so with these helpful links below: Goodpods: https://goodpods.app.link/pkE7J2T6ykb Podchaser: https://www.podchaser.com/users/sp_filmviewers Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/sp-filmviewers/id1485548644 Lastly, we now have a Patreon you can join, for as little as £1/$1.50. More details in the link below: https://patreon.com/spfilmviewers
We've got a brand new movie review for you this week on The Exorcist: Believer! We both went into this movie with the lowest expectations possible (our disappointment still palpable from Halloween Kills and Ends), but we ended up having a good time! Felicia explains why William Friedkin is definitely haunting David Gordon Green for making this movie and other trivia. Tangents include: ADHD brain without having ADHD and The Swift Effect.If you have seen The Exorcist: Believer we would love to know what you thought about it! Let us know on social media or YouTube!Shoutouts: @bvkpodcast @rye_smile_films @hmc_studiosThe Exorcist: Believer (2023)Director: David Gordon GreenTawny's rating: 3.5/5Felicia's rating: 3.45/5Support the showAll things TCHF: https://bio.site/twochicksandahorrorflickSupport the Show:Join our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/twochicksandahorrorflickTCHF shop: https://twochicks.threadless.com/designs/podcast-cover-art/Connect with Us:Join our horror community on Discord: https://discord.gg/8WBByTQPFXWatch us on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@twochicksandahorrorflickFollow us on Social:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/twochicksandahorrorflickFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/twochicksandahorrorflickTikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@twochicksandahorrorflickTwitter: https://twitter.com/twochicksHF Send us your reviews, thoughts, and recommendations: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our site https://www.twochicksandahorrorflick.com/
The film The Exorcist has no shortage of lore surrounding its production. Strange deaths, injuries, and accidents plagued the film, but perhaps the most terrifying thing that happened on set was a scene that included a real-life killer. Paul Bateson killed at least one man and confessed to killing many more, but was he a serial killer or was he looking for a reduced sentence?SOURCEShttps://inmagazine.ca/2021/10/queer-crime-the-legend-of-the-serial-killer-who-was-in-the-exorcist/https://www.nytimes.com/1979/04/07/archives/murderer-of-a-writer-is-implicated-in-cases-of-unsolved-slayings-he.htmlhttps://news.google.com/newspapers?nid=1299&dat=19771031&id=-QBOAAAAIBAJ&pg=6360,2217416https://law.justia.com/cases/new-jersey/appellate-division-unpublished/2008/a5885-05-opn.htmlThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5307439/advertisement
When fate strikes and a guest can't make it, Jason and Haitch turn to each other and make it work. This time, we covered one of the guest's all time favorite movies, which neither of us had seen, William Friedkin's gritty, eighties crime drama, To Live and Die in L.A. It rules. Also discussed, Paw Patrol: The Mighty Movie. Chapters Introduction (00:00:00) Hatch News (00:11:59) To Live and Die in L.A. Roundtable Discussion (00:14:39) Your Letters (01:12:28) Notes and Links Check out the BRAND NEW Escape Hatch Merch Drop! Our all new collection of swag is available now and every order includes a free Cameo style shoutout from Haitch or Jason. Browse our collection now. Join the Escape Hatch Discord Server! Hang out with Haitch, Jason, and other friends of the pod. Check out the invite here. Escape Hatch is a TAPEDECK Podcasts Jawn! Escape Hatch is a member of TAPEDECK Podcasts, alongside: 70mm (a podcast for film lovers), Bat & Spider (low rent horror and exploitation films), The Letterboxd Show (Official Podcast from Letterboxd), Cinenauts (exploring the Criterion Collection), Lost Light (Transformers, wrestling, and more), and Will Run For (obsessed with running). Check these pods out!. See the movies we've watched and are going to watch on Letterboxd Escape Hatch's Breaking Dune News Twitter list Rate and review the podcast to help others discover it, and let us know what you think of the show at email@example.com or leave us a voicemail at +1-415-534-5211. Follow @escapehatchpod on Twitter and Instagram. Music by Scott Fritz and Who'z the Boss Music. Cover art by ctcher. Edited and produced by Haitch. Escape Hatch is a production of Haitch Industries.
On this month's SPOOKTACULAR We ❤️ Movies episode, the guys are chatting about the stone-cold, terrifying classic, William Friedkin's The Exorcist! How amazingly eerie is the vibe throughout this entire film? Should Georgetown put a guardrail at the top of those stairs? And what are the odds Friedkin cast an eventual murderer as that—whoa there! Be gone, demon! The power of Christ compels you to subscribe to our Patreon to hear the rest of this episode! Join today and unlock not only this show, but countless hours of exclusive bonus content you can't get anywhere else, like Once In A Lifetime, Star Wars: A Gleep Glossary, our Beverly Hills, 90210/Melrose Place recap show, MELR0210, syncable commentaries & more!