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In today's episode of Surviving the Survivor, Hannukah and Christmas have come early, because we are very lucky to be joined by big-time defense attorney Mark Geragos!Mark is one of America's most well-known defense attorneys, having defended Michael Jackson, Chris Brown, Colin Kaepernick and Winona Ryder, and more.In today's episode, he is going to weigh in on the recent developments in the Dan Markel case, including Katie Magbanua coming forward to speak to prosecutors, and offers his view on Daniel Rashbaum's recent injury claims.As well as that, he's going to be discussing what it's like behind the scenes in these high-profile cases, as well as share some backstory on his own career.You don't want to miss this one!Make sure to check it out!Key Takeaways:Intro (00:00)Daniel Rashbaum's injury (04:26)What's going through the prosecutors' minds (08:00)Could Wendi be indicted? (13:49)Behind the scenes of high-profile cases (17:01)The backstory of Mark's career (19:32)What's going on with Charlie Adelson? (21:47)Is Wendi an accomplice? (25:18)Could we see a reduced sentence for Katie? (30:04)--Support the show ❤️https://www.patreon.com/survivingthesurvivorSurviving the Survivor is a podcast dedicated to incredible stories of survival and the people who tell them.#KatieMagbanua #DanMarkel #SurvivingTheSurvivor #STSNation
A review of Bram Stoker's Dracula starring Gary Oldman, Winona Ryder, Anthony Hopkins, and Keanu Reeves (just to name a few). This movie boasts a spectacular cast and crew, solid FX, beautiful set designs and costumes. And thanks in part to a couple of miscastings, a few absolutely bonkers performances, and other unusual filmmaking choices, this movies manages to be as wildly bad, as it is good. Plus, answering the age old question, "Is Die Hard a Christmas movie?" and more. Be sure to subscribe. Enjoy!
On this episode, the gang closes out We ❤️ Movies month with a banger episode on Francis Ford Coppola's Bram Stoker's Dracula! In the last great Coppola film, how incredible is it that they went so balls-to-the-wall with the sets, costumes, score, performances, cinematography, transitions, practical effects, et cetera? Does Sir Anthony Hopkins think he decided on doing a single accent in this movie or does he know it's three at once? How about that werewolf sex scene? And how cool are Dracula's Gen-X sunglasses? PLUS: Introducing Professor Abraham Van Helsing and his noble Army of Dudes! Bram Stoker's Dracula stars Gary Oldman, Winona Ryder, Anthony Hopkins, Keanu Reeves, Richard E. Grant, Cary Elwes, Billy Campbell, Sadie Frost, Monica Bellucci, and Tom Waits as Renfield; directed by Francis Ford Coppola. Perfect for your holiday shopping—check out the WHM Merch Store featuring new SW Crispy Critters, MINGO!, WHAT IF Donna? & Mortal Kombat designs! This episode is brought to you by BetterHelp. Give online therapy a try at betterhelp.com/whm and get on your way to being your best self. Advertise on We Hate Movies via Gumball.fmUnlock Exclusive Content!: http://www.patreon.com/wehatemoviesSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
“I HAVE CROSSED OCEANS OF TIME TO FIND YOU”On this week's episode, we talk about the classic 1992 film, Bram Stoker's Dracula, directed by Francis Ford Coppola starring Gary Oldman, Winona Ryder, Anthony Hopkins, and Keanu Reeves. Celebrating its 30th anniversary this year, we revisit the film to see if what many people consider to be one of the definitive interpretations of Dracula stills holds up. We talk about Francis's goal with the film, wanting to be true to the original novel written in 1897, and to differentiate this story from the classic 1931 Bela Lugosi film from Universal Pictures. He wanted to create a grandiose telling, with sets and costume and visual effects that were nothing short of extraordinary and that would pay an homage to classic silent film era techniques but while using modern technology to make sure they had no limitations in what they could show. We dissect the story, talking about why we liked the film, and trying to see what may be holding us back from loving it. Because for as grandiose as the film may be, that's no guarantee that everything will work perfectly. Is this an example of style over substance? We talk about the A-list cast present, from young new talent like Keanu Reeves and Winona Ryder to Hollywood veterans like Anthony Hopkins and Gary Oldman, what is the chemistry like among them all and are there some actors we feel that might not well suited for the film?Lastly, we go over the production of the film, from talking about costumes that were created by Eiko Ishika, who would win an Academy Award for her work in this film, to the visual and special effects created by Coppola's son, Roman Coppola, and some of the things they had to do in order to get some of the more elaborate shots needed. And we go over some of the more controversial acting decisions Francis implemented on set in order to get the best possible performances from everyone, including having Gary Oldman whisper into the cast ears some potentially problematic things. So join us for our discussion of Francis Ford Coppola's telling of Bram Stoker's Dracula. Music is from Triune Digital and audio clips pulled from movies we will be reviewing in other episodes.Artwork by @jannelle_o
Friend of the show, Julio (The Contrarians) is back to discuss one of our all-time favorite actresses, Winona Ryder. We countdown her best movie moments. Enjoy!Find Julio and his podcast online HERE.Follow them on Twitter HERE.Two Peas is made possible by our executive producers:Dan Brenic, Caleb Brownley, Daniel Henderson, Michele Doto, Justin Esquivel, Tony Dobish, Paul Przytula, Chris Yeany, Julio Olivera, Drew Hallum, Daniel Roske, Jarrod Taylor, Brad Hargis, David Powell, Michael Hill, Mario Leon, Jason Broadwell, Joey Austin, Kris Wiezczorkowski, Josh Ragland, Jay Talbot, Dissect That Film and The Jock & Nerd Podcast.For as little as $1, you can join them. Just visit us on Patreon.Want to reach the show? Easy Peasy (see what we did there?)Follow us on Twitter @TwoPeasOnAPodLike us on Facebook and/or join our Facebook Fan GroupFollow us on InstagramVisit and Subscribe to our YouTube channelE-Mail the show anytime.Visit us online at PodBean or via our website HERE.Visit our Merch Store at TeePublic for shirts, mugs, stickers, etc.Follow us on Letterboxd for all our Top 5 lists and mini reviews.All featured songs and clips, All Rights Reserved.
We know Halloween is over, but it's the 30th anniversary of Francis Ford Coppola's sultry, campy, wild version of Dracula! Mark welcomes vampire lover Sabrina Santoro back to the podcast to analyze this exuberant gothic horror film that was released on Friday the 13th in November 1992. The cast chewed up the Oscar-nominated scenery, the costumes and cinematography were a feast for the eyes, and that score by Wojciech Kilar! Keanu's wigs overcompensated for his performance, but we still love him. Sabrina shares what it was like being on stage in a production of Dracula, while Mark shares a story about how he once pretended to be Winona from this movie. And we give Home Alone 2 some love at the end!
Scott and I balance feature films and television here in the second installment of our retrospective. Some regulars begin to show like Danny Elfman, Paul Reubens, Glenn Shadix, Geoffrey Jones, Catherine O'Hara, Winona Ryder and more This episode discusses the following movies/tv episodes: Pee-wee's Big Adventure (1985)Alfred Hitchock Presents: “The Jar” (1986)Faerie Tale Theatre: “Aladdin […]
We're getting into the holiday spirit with Edward Scissorhands, a movie that Blaire swore we would never do on this podcast because It Is Sad. But how could we not do this iconic Tim Burton movie and celebrate the costumes by the legendary Colleen Atwood? Tune in to hear us discuss all of our favorite looks, from Edward's leather daddy ‘fit to the sweet matching sets Winona Ryder wears in the film, plus the over-the-top wigs, buff Danny Elfman, and more. For visuals of the costumes, follow us on Instagram at @fishnetflixpod and TikTok @fishnetflix ! DM or email your movie requests at email@example.com! We love hearing from you! Don't forget to rate, subscribe, and leave a review on iTunes and wherever you listen to the show!
It's pop culture classic time everyone!! We're going back to 1988 to talk about our next topic, which is one year after I was born!! Somehow Doyle doesn't have the best and nicest things to say about this movie, but this movie is definitely well loved by the masses!! We're talking about Beetlejuice!! "After Barbara (Geena Davis) and Adam Maitland (Alec Baldwin) die in a car accident, they find themselves stuck haunting their country residence, unable to leave the house. When the unbearable Deetzes (Catherine O'Hara, Jeffrey Jones) and teen daughter Lydia (Winona Ryder) buy the home, the Maitlands attempt to scare them away without success. Their efforts attract Beetlejuice (Michael Keaton), a rambunctious spirit whose "help" quickly becomes dangerous for the Maitlands and innocent Lydia." It's baffling to me, as through my life I'm not sure that I've ever met anybody who doesn't like Beetlejuice, and then Doyle walked into my life! It's hard not to like this Michael Keaton, Winona Ryder film, and if you've made it this far in your life without watching it, you DEFINITELY need to stop and go find it! Doyle is wrong, and this is a fun movie! SUBSCRIBE: Apple Podcasts | Android | Spotify | Pandora | RSS Tell us what you think! Leave us a voicemail at 970-573-6148 Send us feedback and/or MP3's to firstname.lastname@example.org Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Youtube! Support the podcast on Patreon! Credit - Doyle Daniels, Juan Muro
Analisamos Drácula de Bram Stoker", uma das mais aclamadas adaptações do clássico do horror, dirigida por Francis Ford Coppola e estrelada por Gary Oldman. - Visite a página do podcast no site e confira material extra sobre o tema do episódio - Junte-se ao Cineclube Cinematório e tenha acesso a conteúdo exclusivo de cinema Confira abaixo a minutagem dos quadros do podcast: 00:00:00 - Introdução 00:09:31 - Grande Angular: saiba mais sobre o elenco e a equipe do filme 00:22:05 - Close-up: perfil do autor Bram Stoker e seu estilo de escrita em "Drácula" 00:40:14 - Ponto de Vista: análise sobre os principais aspectos do filme 01:23:04 - Zoom: comentários sobre cenas favoritas 01:31:21 - Fora de Quadro: as paródias e homenagens feitas a partir do longas e a música-tema de Annie Lennox No episódio #35, o podcast Em Foco analisa o filme "Drácula de Bram Stoker" (1992, EUA), uma das mais aclamadas adaptações do clássico do horror, dirigida por Francis Ford Coppola e estrelada por Gary Oldman, Winona Ryder, Keanu Reeves e Anthony Hopkins. Lançado nos cinemas há exatos 30 anos, "Drácula de Bram Stoker" é um dos filmes mais celebrados da carreira de Coppola e também uma das mais distintas adaptações do livro originalmente publicado em 1897. Com um trabalho impecável de fotografia, montagem, efeitos visuais, maquiagem e direção de arte, o longa é também uma ode ao cinema de horror clássico e uma história de amor arrebatadora. Além da análise do filme em si, o nosso podcast traz o perfil do autor Bram Stoker e discute o quanto o longa de Coppola se aproxima da obra literária e difere de outras versões de "Drácula" no cinema. Participam do podcast sobre "Drácula de Bram Stoker": Renato Silveira e Kel Gomes, editores do cinematório; Ana Lúcia Andrade, professora de Cinema da Escola de Belas Artes da UFMG; e Renné França, professor, crítico de cinema e diretor do filme “Terra e Luz”. No Em Foco, você ouve debates e análises de filmes, sejam eles clássicos, grandes sucessos de bilheteria e de crítica, produções que marcaram época ou que foram redescobertas com o passar dos anos, não importa o país de origem. Além disso, você revisita conosco a filmografia de cineastas que deixaram sua assinatura na história do cinema. Quer mandar um e-mail? Escreva para email@example.com. A sua mensagem pode ser lida no podcast!
The Director of 'Heathers' joins Seth to talk about how the cult classic, starring Winona Ryder and Christian Slater, helped to predict violence in schools and laid the groundwork for movies such as 'Mean Girls.' Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
For this Halloween eve. David reviews Beetlejuice from 1988. A classic comedy horror starring Micheal Keaton, Alec Baldwin, and Winona Ryder. Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/hollywood-hangout/id1132940251 Google Podcasts: https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuc3ByZWFrZXIuY29tL3Nob3cvMzYwMzk2My9lcGlzb2Rlcy9mZWVk PlayerFM: https://player.fm/series/hollywood-hangout Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HollywoodHangout/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/HwoodHangout
What better way to close out this scary season than to revisit a gothic horror romance from one of our greatest living directors, Francis Ford Coppola, who directed The Godfather Trilogy among several other modern classics. This adaptation of the classic 1897 vampire novel of course tells the epic tale of Count Dracula himself played with wild abandon by Gary Oldman clad in various memorable costumes and under gobs of convincing make-up depending on the scene – the story focuses on his star-crossed romance with Mina played by Winona Ryder. The cast also includes Keanu Reeves, Anthony Hopkins, and Sadie Frost among several other notable actors. Happy 30th Anniversary to a blood-soaked story where Love Never Dies.Host: Geoff Gershon Editors: Geoff and Ella GershonProducer: Marlene Gershonhttps://livingforthecinema.com/Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/Living-for-the-Cinema-Podcast-101167838847578Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/livingforthecinema/Letterboxd:https://letterboxd.com/Living4Cinema/
Hello. It's the spookiest time of the year and I'm not just talking about tax time. And to celebrate this we're revisiting a 1992 Francis Ford Coppola classic, Bram Stoker's Dracula. With screen rattling performances from Gary Oldman, Anthony Hopkins, Winona Ryder and Keanu Reeves it is somehow both a cult classic and a box office hit. And it's also very horny. Thanks for listening!SUBSCRIBE HERE ►► http://goo.gl/pQ39jNVideo Edition ►https://youtu.be/98BHWf95VW0Help support the show and get early episodes ► https://bigsandwich.co/Patreon ► https://patreon.com/mrsundaymoviesJames' Twitter ► http://twitter.com/mrsundaymoviesMaso's Twitter ► http://twitter.com/wikipediabrownPatreon ► https://patreon.com/mrsundaymoviesT-Shirts/Merch ► https://www.teepublic.com/stores/mr-sunday-moviesThe Weekly Planet iTunes ► https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-weekly-planet/id718158767?mt=2&ign-mpt=uo%3D4The Weekly Planet Direct Download ► https://play.acast.com/s/theweeklyplanetAmazon Affiliate Link ► https://amzn.to/2nc12P4 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
It's another installment of More Than A Muse Monster month! Today we're talking about the woman behind arguably the most famous gothic monster ever created, Mary Shelley, the author of Frankenstein, which also happens to be the first science fiction novel ever written, AND the first monster story. Mary Shelley was a true goth icon with many spooky life events perfect for October including - losing her virginity on her mother's grave, writing Frankenstein late at night at Lord Bryon's house from a ghost story challenge, and even keeping her husband's calcified heart in the drawer of her writing desk. We discuss her early feminist education, her controversial family relationships, the fact that we might start a Percey Shelley hate club, and much more. You won't regret learning about this woman, we guarantee you'll be just as fascinated as us by every aspect of her life.Episodes Like This One: Virginia Woolfe and Vanessa Bell, 19th Century Gothic Horror Authors, Jane Austen, Shirley Jackson, Pearl Lenore Curran, Follow us on Instagram @morethanamuse.podcast
Follow our Patreon at patreon.com/andalmoststarring For our third week of October, we're breaking down everyone who almost starred in Tim Burton's suburban fantasy Edward Scissorhands! Which celebrated comedian auditioned multiple times for the title role? Which John Hughes regular was up for Kim? And why didn't anyone think to cover those scissor hands with some wood knife blocks? Also – we ponder how Edward would fare against vampires and pitch a new side podcast: North by NorthWiest! Edward Scissorhands stars Johnny Depp, Winona Ryder, Dianne Wiest, Anthony Michael Hall, Alan Arkin, Kathy Baker, Robert Oliveri, Conchata Ferrell, and Vincent Price; directed by Tim Burton Follow the Podcast: On Instagram: @andalmoststarring Have a film you'd love for us to cover? E-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org www.andalmoststarring.com
If you've ever watched a Halloween classic, you've seen one of the most iconic spooky leading ladies ever - the extremely talented Winona Ryder. From her recent popularity in Stranger Things to her earlier roles in Beetlejuice, Heathers, Dracula, Edward Scissorhands... Should we continue? Her birthday is even only TWO nights before the iconic spine-chilling holiday. We talk about the early life of this iconic actress, from growing up in a commune, being bullied in school for her blockbuster hits, her relationship with Johnny Depp, the shoplifting scandal, and of course Stranger Things. By the end, we promise you're guaranteed to have a new respect and love for Hollywood's undisputed Halloween ingenue. Episodes Like This One: The Science of Women in Horror, Female Horror Film Tropes, The Cultural Impact of Twilight, Fanny BriceFollow us on Instagram @morethanamuse.podcast
This week the crew breakdown the 1988 classic, Beetlejuice starring Michael Keaton, Geena Davis, Alec Baldwin, and Winona Ryder. Andi gets into why this movie is included in her yearly Spooky Movie rotation. Jesse ponders what happened to this version of Alex Baldwin. Plus Junior gets into why we don't talk about the dad in this movie anymore. Where to find the crew: @MAKEITACOMBO on Instagram, Twitter, and TikTok Jesse @LordLenix on Instagram, Twitter, and TikTok Junior @a.jr.combo on Instagram and @ajrcombo on Twitter Andi @am.i.a.slut_podcast on Instagram, Twitter, and TikTok All Our Podcasts on Make it a Combo Productions: Am I a Slut @am.i.a.slut_podcast on Instagram, Twitter, and TikTok The Minorities Report @minoritiesreportpodcast on Instagram and @minoritiesreport on TikTok
Jordan and Brooke are joined by friend of the pod and writer Phil Tice to discuss 1992's lush, dramatic, slightly insane Coppola version of "Dracula!" We talk through Anthony Hopkins' gonzo performance, the film's absolutely incredible production and costume design, some iffy but adorable accent work, and the long, sexy, gay history of Bram Stoker and vampire stories.Follow us on Twitter! (And Jordan's Letterboxd / Brooke's Letterboxd)Follow Phil on Twitter, check out Tice Tomes, and pre-order High Strangeness!
The Junkies wrap up the Winona Ryder 101 lessons with 2018's Destination Wedding, which may or may not be an actual movie. Winona teams up with Keanu Reeves (who may or may not be her actual husband) for the fourth time in this awkward and talky film oddity. While not the worst Winona movie they've had to watch (that would be Autumn in New York), Destination Wedding was still challenging for Nicole, who needed a break from the constant chatter, and Hayley, who felt the sex scene in this movie went too far in the wrong direction in trying not to be overly romantic. Shauna liked the film (not the sex scene) just fine, though. The Junkies talk about attending (or having) a destination wedding, weird family dynamics, and wonder how Winona could simultaneously be awesome in Stranger Things and so very, well, strange in this movie.Links: Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/pop-culture-junkie/id1536737728 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/7k2pUxzNDBXNCHzFM7EL8W Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/popculturejunkiepodcast/Website: www.popculturejunkie.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/PopCultureJunkiePodcast Twitter: www.twitter.com/PopJunkies Instagram: www.instagram.com/pop.culturejunkies Email: email@example.com Hayley on Instagram: www.instagram.com/thirtynerdythriving Nicole on Instagram: www.instagram.com/nicole_eldridge Nicole on Twitter: www.twitter.com/naeldridge14 Nicole on TikTok: www.tiktok.com/@nicole_eldridge Shauna on Twitter: www.twitter.com/shaunatrinidad Shauna on Instagram: www.instagram.com/shaunatrinidad Shauna on TikTok: www.tiktok.com/@shaunatrinidad
Vlad and Elisabeta were lovers separated by death... and he'll cross oceans of time to find her. Unfortunately for Vlad, her new husband and his gang of misfits might have something to say about that. Gary Oldman, Winona Ryder, Anthony Hopkins, and Keanu Reeves star in Bram Stoker's Dracula. Get your copy of Bram Stoker's Dracula on DVD or Blu-ray/4K here: https://amzn.to/3CzYIVZ If the 1931 Dracula is more your speed, the DVD/Blu-ray/4K is available here: https://amzn.to/3fLakfK The original novel is also available here: https://amzn.to/3Cb2e7Z Sink your fangs into the graphic novel adaptation here: https://amzn.to/3V8nt30 Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QMvD2Jlyy9U
DJ & Toppie discuss the trivia behind the 1995 Drama, Romance "How To Make An American Quilt" starring Winona Ryder and Ellen Burstyn. This episode is dedicated in memory of Ms. Carla Butler. Join us again Live on UniVoz Fri 10/21 @9pm EDT Ms. Butler's obituary https://www.the-leader.com/obituaries/p0214661 Write to DJ & Toppie at firstname.lastname@example.org Leave a comment on our page at matineeminutiae.com Follow the show on Twitter. View our our videos on YouTube. Friend DJ on Facebook This podcast is powered by Pinecast.
"Young lovers seek perfection. Old lovers learn the art of sewing shreds together and of seeing beauty in a multiplicity of patches." If one grew up in the 90s those defeated souls could not escape the pop culture wisdom that came out of Winona Ryder's dumb mouth. Thankfully a better cast of Maya Angelou, Anne Bancroft, Ellen Bustyn, Lois Smith and Alfre Woodard make up for the slow death march that is Wino Forever. Also Dermot Mulroney is in this. That seems oddly fitting. Kind of like having Winona superfan Dave Giannini of OFF SCREEN DEATH on to ruin a perfectly good podcast. Enjoy! Support what we do on Patreon with bonus episodes! Listen on Apple Podcasts/Spotify/Google Podcasts/Amazon Music Facebook/Instagram/Twitter: @grandgesturepod Hosts: @daystew Twitter/Letterboxd @projectingfilm Twitter/Letterboxd Theme music by Soft and Furious Intro: "Am I Drunk or in Love" Outro: "I Like the Way You Are Talking to Me" Find out more at https://thegrandgesture.pinecast.co This podcast is powered by Pinecast.
In our Jean Arthur Acteurist Oeuvre-view this week, we look at two of Arthur's best-known comedies, Easy Living (1937), directed by Mitchell Leisen, with a screenplay by Preston Sturges, and You Can't Take It With You (1938), directed by Frank Capra. Dave explains why Jean Arthur's performance in Easy Living is his all-time favourite comedy performance by an actress. (Hint: it involves a pig called "Wafford.") We ponder Arthur's transformation into a glamorous romantic lead, even as she retains her (slightly off-kilter) ordinary person qualities, and the contrasting comic visions of Sturges and Capra. Then, in our Fear and Moviegoing in Toronto segment, we discuss our second double feature of Tod Browning's Dracula and Francis Ford Coppola's Bram Stoker's Dracula, the subject of our 2019 Halloween episode. This time around we find a lot to say about Coppola's Dracula as a Dionysian Christ figure who can lead Winona Ryder out of the death-in-life of civilization. Time Codes: 0h 1m 00s: EASY LIVING (1937) [dir. Mitchell Leisen] 0h 49m 27s: Jean Arthur v. Harry Cohn – 1937/1938 (from John Oller's Jean Arthur: The Actress Nobody Knew) 0h 54m 19s: YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOU (1938) [dir. Frank Capra] 1h 22m 35s: Fear & Moviegoing in Toronto – DRACULA (1931) by Tod Browning & BRAM STOKER'S DRACULA (1992) by Francis Ford Coppola +++ * Listen to our guest episode on The Criterion Project – a discussion of Late Spring * Marvel at our meticulously ridiculous Complete Viewing Schedule for the 2020s * Intro Song: “Sunday” by Jean Goldkette Orchestra with the Keller Sisters (courtesy of The Internet Archive) * Read Elise's piece on Gangs of New York – “Making America Strange Again” * Check out Dave's Robert Benchley blog – an attempt to annotate and reflect upon as many of the master humorist's 2000+ pieces as he can locate – Benchley Data: A Wayward Annotation Project! Follow us on Twitter at @therebuggy Write to us at email@example.com We now have a Discord server - just drop us a line if you'd like to join!
BEETLEJUICE (1988) Director Tim Burton Stars Michael Keaton, Winona Ryder, Jeffrey Jones, Geena Davis and, Alec Baldwin. Here we go again with Wines by the Sea for the start of our Halloween specials. We had so much fun with this one and always great hanging out chatting about movies, especially this gem of cinematic comedy horror. So, come join us to see what the guys think about The Ghost with the Most! Don't forget to share, like, subscribe and all that bollocks. "Tell your friends about me!" - "Well, us!" ALSO, don't forget to check out our back catalogue. There's something there to tickle everyone's fancy. Oi oi! https://linktr.ee/podculturevultures https://anchor.fm/podculturevultures/subscribe
Autumn in New York may be the movie that broke The Junkies. Hayley, Shauna and Nicole are not here for any of this movie's nonsense: not the cringe factor of the age difference between Winona and her love interest Richard Gere, not the utterly unrealistic sex scenes, not for yet another Manic Pixie Dream Winona, and they are definitely not loving that the movie's main theme is that a woman dying to make a man be better is somehow romantic. Oh, and all that poetry "Winona Dickinson" spouts is super annoying too. The Junkies discuss their romantic age gap limits, party etiquette for couples (don't f*** other people besides your date), and call for more realism in cinematic sex scenes, but for fewer whimsical hats.You can prepare for the last Winona Ryder 101 by watching Destination Wedding.Links: Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/pop-culture-junkie/id1536737728 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/7k2pUxzNDBXNCHzFM7EL8W Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/popculturejunkiepodcast/Website: www.popculturejunkie.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/PopCultureJunkiePodcast Twitter: www.twitter.com/PopJunkies Instagram: www.instagram.com/pop.culturejunkies Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Hayley on Instagram: www.instagram.com/thirtynerdythriving Nicole on Instagram: www.instagram.com/nicole_eldridge Nicole on Twitter: www.twitter.com/naeldridge14 Nicole on TikTok: www.tiktok.com/@nicole_eldridge Shauna on Twitter: www.twitter.com/shaunatrinidad Shauna on Instagram: www.instagram.com/shaunatrinidad Shauna on TikTok: www.tiktok.com/@shaunatrinidad
While we're taking a bit of a break, we're re-releasing some of our earlier episodes with a little added commentary from us at the beginning and end! Here's part one of episode 54, about the 1988 movie, Beetlejuice, which originally aired in April 2021!Hungry for new episodes? Come join us on Patreon for access to 40+ Patreon-exclusive bonus episodes!Our InstagramOur WebsiteOur FacebookOur TikTokMusic: Tonight At EightBy Shane Ivers - https://www.silvermansound.comMusic : HackersBy Karl Casey @ White Bat AudioSupport the show
Back to School Month continues with a VERY episode on 1988's (or maybe 1989's) Heathers! Ben, Bree, and Sam exchange greetings and salutations and discuss this iconic black comedy. Written by Daniel Waters, directed by Michael Lehmann, and starring Winona Ryder, Christian Slater, Shannen Doherty, Lisanne Falk, Kim Walker, and Penelope Milford.
Lena and Alissa are busying making new episodes about additional interesting women (as you'll hear in the introduction to this episode). Meanwhile, they invite you to listen back to part 1 of Winona Ryder. Before she played Joyce Byers on Stranger Things, Winona was a 90s icon, chic misfit, and poster child of Gen-X nostalgia. Part 1 covers Winona's nontraditional childhood, 90s bullies, her meteoric rise, her relationship with Johnny Depp, and the events leading up to her infamous shoplifting incident.
This week, The Junkies continue their in-depth look into one of beloved actor Winona Ryder's most iconic roles by watching Girl, Interrupted, a passion project for Ryder, who bought the rights to the book and worked for seven years to get the film made. Winona plays Susanna, a troubled young woman who may or may not be mentally ill and who gets sent to a facility. This is the movie that officially turned all The Junkies bisexual…but it's hard to blame them when you see Winona's pixie cut and Angelina Jolie's lips (but not her haircut.) Nicole notes that Jolie's character Lisa makes the movie. Shauna's psych degree gets a workout diagnosing everyone's maladies and Hayley wonders how closely the movie adheres to its source material, and everyone mourns the loss of actress Brittany Murphy. The Junkies also discuss the male characters in the movie, including Misha Collins (!), Jared Leto (eh) and not-Doctor Phil (Jeffrey Tambor). You can prepare for the next Winona Ryder 101 by watching Autumn in New York. Links: Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/pop-culture-junkie/id1536737728 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/7k2pUxzNDBXNCHzFM7EL8W Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/popculturejunkiepodcast/Website: www.popculturejunkie.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/PopCultureJunkiePodcast Twitter: www.twitter.com/PopJunkies Instagram: www.instagram.com/pop.culturejunkies Email: email@example.com Hayley on Instagram: www.instagram.com/thirtynerdythriving Nicole on Instagram: www.instagram.com/nicole_eldridge Nicole on Twitter: www.twitter.com/naeldridge14 Nicole on TikTok: www.tiktok.com/@nicole_eldridge Shauna on Twitter: www.twitter.com/shaunatrinidad Shauna on Instagram: www.instagram.com/shaunatrinidad Shauna on TikTok: www.tiktok.com/@shaunatrinidad
Hello and welcome back to another episode of B Bin Horror! On today's episode we talk about the 1992 Horror/Fantasy, Bram Stoker's Dracula. This film was produced and directed by Francis Ford Coppola and is based on the 1897 novel, Dracula by Bram Stoker. The film stars Gary Oldman, Winona Ryder, Mina Harker, Anthony Hopkins and Keanu Reeves. On this week's episode we talk about vampire lore, other vampire movies that we would rather watch over this one and we talk a little bit about Vlad the Impaler. If you like what you hear, please follow us on Instagram and Facebook @bbinhorror. You can also send us emails at firstname.lastname@example.org
Happy 6 year anniversary to the Dead Beats! Join the Dead Beat Film Society as we celebrate our Candy Anniversary (6 years) with black licorice and a discussion of Natalie Portman's long and pretty excellent career, Mila Kunis, Winona Ryder, Darren Aronofsky, shakey cam of the early 00's, unreliable narrators, comparisons to Suspiria (or better yet, the lack thereof), the perfectionism in ballet, talent vs. practice, self doubt, co-dependent mother/daughter relationships, Sweet Girl, horror and gore, self harm, computer graphics use, a reimagining of the mothers overbearing character, Little Princess, the symbolism of mirrors, comparison to Showgirls, letting go of reality to make art, the tortured genius, Dave Grohl, the All About Eve replacement trope, and asking "Is Lily real?". So grab some black licorice and smash that play button for an in depth Black Swan film analysis! (Special Guest: Ryan) Click here to subscribe to Dead Beat Film Society podcast and please leave us a review!
Angela Bingham: Natalie and Angela are once again joined by their dear friend Laura and the trio can barely contain themselves talking about the perfection of Clueless… plus Winona Ryder's SO VERY outfits in HEATHERS, and their deep obsession with FEAR. Follow Put Your Books Down on social media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/putyourbooksdown Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/putyourbooksdown/ Natalie on IG: https://www.instagram.com/nataliesanderson/ Angela on IG: https://www.instagram.com/angelabinghamofficial/ Podcast produced by http://clantoncreative.com
This week, The Junkies continue their in-depth look into one of beloved actor Winona Ryder's most iconic roles by watching Reality Bites, the generation-defining (?) look at the whiny slackers of Gen X. Featuring Winona at her most appealing (and Ethan Hawke at his most annoying), the movie sets up a love triangle between the aimless Lainey (Ryder), the jobless Troy (Hawke) and director Ben Stiller's character Michael, who has everything going for him but mysteriously wants to enter Winona's den of slack. Janeane Garofalo and Steve Zahn round out the cast as Vickie and Sammy, who aren't given significant storylines. While Hayley (and her husband) have…disdain for the film, Nicole can at least relate to how hard it is to get a job in journalism. Shauna isn't the only one to root for a Lainey-Vickie pairing, and Alex gets mad every time Troy acts like he's playing guitar. Oh well, at least this movie gave us Lisa Loeb. If you only hear what you want to, stay. You can prepare for the next Winona Ryder 101 by watching Girl, Interrupted. Thank you to Olympus Games, the home of the Pop Culture Junkie Podcast. Links: Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/pop-culture-junkie/id1536737728 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/7k2pUxzNDBXNCHzFM7EL8W Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/popculturejunkiepodcast/Website: www.popculturejunkie.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/PopCultureJunkiePodcast Twitter: www.twitter.com/PopJunkies Instagram: www.instagram.com/pop.culturejunkies Email: email@example.com Alex on Instagram: www.instagram.com/alcasnun Alex on Twitter: www.twitter.com/alcasnun Hayley on Instagram: www.instagram.com/thirtynerdythriving Nicole on Instagram: www.instagram.com/nicole_eldridge Nicole on Twitter: www.twitter.com/naeldridge14 Nicole on TikTok: www.tiktok.com/@nicole_eldridge Shauna on Twitter: www.twitter.com/shaunatrinidad Shauna on Instagram: www.instagram.com/shaunatrinidad Shauna on TikTok: www.tiktok.com/@shaunatrinidad
Troy and Kelli are back for season 3 of Beyond the Blinds! This week we start off by having a long pop culture chat. So much has happened these last two weeks from another Bennifer wedding to Pete and Kim, Demi Lovato, Jennette McCurdy, and so much more. The first half of the episode Troy and Kelli navigate those pop culture topics with their own opinions rather than blind items. If you're just here for the blind items skip to minute 39 where Troy takes the lead on talking about one of Hollywood's most underrated stars, Winona Ryder.
In his new book, From Hollywood with Love, critic Scott Meslow lays out two ways to tell if a given movie is a rom-com. First, his own definition: “A romantic comedy is a movie where (1) the central plot is focused on at least one romantic love story; and (2) the goal is to make you laugh at least as much as the goal is to make you cry.” And then, The Donald Petrie Test, named for the director of some rom-coms, like Mystic Pizza and How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days, but also some edge cases, like Miss Congeniality and Grumpy Old Men: “If you removed the love story from this [comedy], would you still have a movie? If the answer is no, it's a romantic comedy. […] If the answer is yes, it's a comedy with a romantic subplot.” So those are the litmus tests. Now, does that make Broadcast News a rom-com, or no? What about Annie Hall? Or something like Grosse Pointe Blank? How about His Girl Friday? Or even, actually, Love Actually? This hour, a deconstruction — and celebration — of the romantic comedy. Some favorite rom-coms from some of the people on this show: Illeana DouglasTheodora Goes Wild (1936)Bringing Up Baby (1938)Ninotchka (1939)Too Many Husbands (1940)The More the Merrier (1943)Christmas in Connecticut (1945)Cluny Brown (1946)Pillow Talk (1959)The Apartment (1960)What's Up, Doc? (1972)Foul Play (1978)Arthur (1981) David EdelsteinTrouble in Paradise (1932)The Awful Truth (1937)Ninotchka (1939)Midnight (1939)The Lady Eve (1941)His Girl Friday (1940)The Philadelphia Story (1940)The Shop Around the Corner (1940)Cluny Brown (1946) Scott Meslow's five recommended under-seen rom-coms from the past decade Populaire (2012)A zippy, ultra-stylish French rom-com about the romance between a dapper boss and his secretary, set amid the long-forgotten craze for competitive speed typing. Sleeping with Other People (2015)Alison Brie and Jason Sudeikis are at the peak of their charms in this witty rom-com about two friends who reunite years after losing their virginities to each other — the rare rom-com to get the balance of raunchy and sweet just right. Man Up (2015)Ignore the lame title — this rom-com, in which Lake Bell plays an unlucky-in-love woman who pretends to be a man's blind date, is pure, fizzy fun (and is also the only rom-com I've seen to borrow a plot point from The Silence of the Lambs). Destination Wedding (2018)Other critics weren't as high on this extremely stripped down rom-com, in which Winona Ryder and Keanu Reeves snark their way through a wedding they'd both prefer not to be attending — but in a genre in which so many characters have “negative” qualities that are actually just adorable, I appreciated this movie's deliberately sour tone. Plus One (2019)A delightfully unapologetic throwback to the genre's '90s heyday, but with a modern touch, as two platonic friends (Jack Quaid and Maya Erskine) agree to be each other's plus-ones for a packed wedding season before realizing they may actually have a spark after all. Colin's 5 (or 6) favorite rom-coms Heaven Can Wait (1978)I realize this is assailable on the basis of Julie Christie not being an especially memorable character and getting less screen time than, say, Jack Warden. Warren Beatty is so vain, he probably thinks this movie is about him, and he's sort of right. But it is very nearly perfect and enriched by an amazing ensemble of supporting players. Silver Linings Playbook (2012)I surprised myself by ranking SLP this high, but I love the frank and funny handling of mental illness and its indistinguishability from being an Eagles fan. I've seen it quite a few times, and I invariably cry at the end. I love what J-Law does with her part, and Chris Tucker and John Ortiz are standouts among the fine supporting cast. Shout out to Kevin Lowry for his work as dolly grip on the “A” camera. The Lady Eve (1941) / Intolerable Cruelty (2003)These are both “rom-cons” involving grifts by a femme fatale who is usually a few steps ahead of the male lead. Barbara Stanwyck actually generates more sexual heat than the smoldering Catherine Zeta-Jones. She was still doing that 42 years later, hitting on a rain-streaked, bare-chested priest played by Richard Chamberlain in The Thorn Birds. But I do love Intolerable Cruelty. I think it's the only Coen brothers rom-com and definitely an homage to the '30s and '40s. Say Anything (1989)I loved John Cusack during this period. A few years later, I was seeing a psychotherapist who looked exactly like him. It was distracting. I've learned that Cusack didn't really see himself as a romcom person and even pushed back against the iconic boombox scene. That has something to do with why this movie works so well. Bringing Up Baby (1938)Grant. Hepburn. Two leopards. Thirty pounds of sirloin. What's not to love? GUESTS: Illeana Douglas: A movie and television star David Edelstein: America's Greatest Living Film Critic Scott Meslow: The author of From Hollywood with Love: The Rise and Fall (and Rise Again) of the Romantic Comedy The Colin McEnroe Show is available as a podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts. Subscribe and never miss an episode! 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.
This week the ladies discuss what is widely regarded as a bad episode, Sex and the Country. How bad could a Season Four episode be? The answer might surprise you. Carrie is off to the worst place on earth...Aidan's country cabin in Suffern. Miranda yells at Steve. Charlotte attempts to procreate at Bunny's Connecticut home. And Samantha meets herself a farmer. Also discussed: Los Angeles landmark sights, is Aidan a sub (?!), Lauren's theory that Willow Summers is based on Winona Ryder, AND SO MUCH MORE!This week's episode is brought to you by Modern Fertility. Modern Fertility is offering our listeners $20 off the test when you go to Modern Fertility.com/outfit. Want to hear our thoughts about Kris Jenner's Master Class? Sex and the City 2? 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
John R. Miles - Eight ways to stop making excuses to unlock an intentional life. Brought to you by Indeed. Receive a $75 credit at: https://www.indeed.com/passionstruck. People often ask me, 'How does making excuses impact intentional positive change in life?' In the words of Benjamin Franklin, “He that is good for making excuses is seldom good for anything else.” As cruel as that sounds, Franklin's words are closer to reality than we think. Until we stop making excuses, we will encounter consequences to living our lives with focus, purpose, and intentionality. 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I will use the story of actress Winona Ryder to showcase the consequences of excuses and how they impact our lives. 0:00 Announcements and teaser 3:36 The ramifications of our choices 5:52 How excuses impacted Winona Ryders' Career 9:00 The three reasons people make excuses 11:45 What are the consequences of excuses? 13:51 8 techniques to stop making excuses 19:09 Why making excuses prevents us from living intentionally 20:25 Wrap up and synthesis Show Discussion Questions Why do so many people make excuses for their actions? What are the consequences when we don't stop making excuses? What did you learn from the story of Winona Ryder? Why do you make excuses? What are the consequences of the excuses you make? What is one way you will start addressing your excuses following this episode? How can you apply the episode to your life? How will you approach how you stop making excuses in the future? 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In episode 164, we recast Stranger Things if it had been made in the 90s. Then, we polled our Instagram followers for their picks and now we're sharing the results with you! If you'd like to hear our 80s recasting, check out our Patreon!Our InstagramOur WebsiteOur FacebookOur TikTokMusic: Tonight At EightBy Shane Ivers - https://www.silvermansound.comWatchers on the CouchA TV Series Recap and Discussion Podcast for Immature Mature Audiences OnlyListen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifySupport the show
Today, I sit down with Stranger Things break out star, Nikola Djuricko. Nikola Plays Yuri in the new Stranger Things season and I met him while shooting my movie in Serbia. Today, we talk about growing up in Serbia, becoming an actor, Serbian basketball, shooting Stranger Things, Winona Ryder, and much more! Follow Nikola Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nikoladjuricko This episode is brought to you by Better Help. Get 10% off your first month with the discount code “BERT”. Get started today at http://www.betterhelp.com/bert This episode is also brought to you by Lectric eBikes. Go to http://www.lectricebikes.com for $100 off any eBike purchase. This episode is also brought to you by Private Internet Access. Go to http://www.privateinternetaccess.com/Bertcast for %82 off! For all TOUR DATE & MERCH click HERE: http://www.bertbertbert.com Twitter: http://www.Twitter.com/bertkreischer Facebook: http://www.Facebook.com/BertKreischer Instagram: http://www.Instagram.com/bertkreischer Youtube: http://www.Youtube.com/user/Akreischer
Actor Dermot Mulroney joins Mase & Sue on the #CulturePopPodcast to talk about his long film resume including movies ranging from LONGTIME COMPANION to MY BEST FRIEND'S WEDDING to YOUNG GUNS. Plus he's a concert-level cellist and has performed on multiple movie soundtracks and even with Alanis Morisette. His new film is GONE IN THE NIGHT, an Eli Horowitz thriller also starring Winona Ryder.
Let's take a dive into Scorsese's catalog to a movie with those signature crane shots and quick cuts, but with an extremely low body count. The exploration of love and longing within a rigid world is portrayed by epic performances from Daniel Day Lewis, Michelle Pfieffer, and Winona Ryder and camerawork that speaks as much as the characters. In this odd child of Scorsese's body of work, you're sure to find swoon-worthy dialogue, Oscar winning costumes, and a love story with more than what meets the eye. Thank you to The Epic Mouthful for commissioning this podcast! You can get your very own custom commissioned podcast by visiting https://support.baldmove.com/. Join the discussion: Email | Discord | Reddit | Forums Follow us: Twitch | YouTube | Twitter | Instagram | Facebook Leave Us A Review on Apple Podcasts Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week, Princess and Tessa complete their Stranger Things 4 conversation, a bittersweet ending to our current Stranger Era. They play a spicy game of kiss/marry/kill, make mixtapes for all of our beloved children, and discuss all of their juicy theories for the series finale.!!SPOILER WARNING!! for episodes 8 and 9 of Stranger Things 4!