35 Burst results for "1979"

 Nicaragua authorizes entry of Russian troops, planes, ships

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 weeks ago

Nicaragua authorizes entry of Russian troops, planes, ships

"Nicaragua has authorized Russian troops planes and ships to deploy into its territory I'm Ben Thomas with the latest In a decree published this week the government of president Daniel Ortega will allow Russian troops into Nicaragua to carry out law enforcement duties humanitarian aid rescue and search missions in emergencies or natural disasters and for training Ortega has been a staunch ally of Russia since the 1979 revolution that ousted dictator anastasio samosa Russia's foreign ministry calls the measure a routine procedure to develop cooperation It also notes the law authorizes the entry of troops from Mexico and other Central American countries as well as the United States for

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Inflation surged 8.6% over the last year — fastest since 1981

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 3 weeks ago

Inflation surged 8.6% over the last year — fastest since 1981

"Americans are facing the worst inflation in more than 40 years Consumer prices jumped 8.6% in May from a year ago the worst reading since late 1981 I understand Americans are anxious Visiting the port of Los Angeles President Biden says the U.S. is in a strong position to overcome high inflation and his administrations doing all it can to fight high prices but nothing's worked so far The cost of grocery surged nearly 12% last month from a year earlier the biggest increase since 1979 triple-A says gas prices are up nearly 50% in a year and now averaging nearly $5 a gallon nationwide while the president blames both the pandemic and Russia's Ukraine invasion California driver Quentin McGill blames Washington Come

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Biden: US would intervene with military to defend Taiwan

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | Last month

Biden: US would intervene with military to defend Taiwan

"Drawing comparisons to Ukraine President Biden says the U.S. would intervene militarily if China were to invade Taiwan President Biden was in a news conference in Tokyo this morning and when a reporter asked him this question are you willing to get involved militarily to defend Taiwan if it comes to that Yes It's the strongest statement about Taiwan from a U.S. president in decades The idea that it can be taken by force has taken by force is just not appropriate Dislocate the entire region and be another action similar to what happened in Ukraine China claims the island is a rogue province therefore a ministry expressed strong dissatisfaction in opposition to Biden's statement saying China will take firm action to safeguard its sovereignty and security interests The 1979 Taiwan relations act made it policy for the U.S. to ensure Taiwan has the resources to defend itself but does not require the U.S. to step in I'm Jennifer King

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Joe Biden Befuddled by Putin's Actions in Ukraine

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:09 min | 4 months ago

Joe Biden Befuddled by Putin's Actions in Ukraine

"Joe Biden recently expressed consternation and surprise at what Russia has done in the Ukraine. In fact, listening to him, it kind of reminded me a little bit of Jimmy Carter's reaction when the Soviets first invaded Afghanistan in 1979. Carter was like, I didn't see that one coming, and you got very much the same thing from Biden's. I'm going to quote Biden here, quote, how did we get to the place where you know Putin decides who's going to just invade Russia? Now he actually means Ukraine, so let's correct him there. And he goes nothing like this has happened since World War II. So Biden is really befuddled about why Putin would do this. And it doesn't seem to occur to him that the reason might have something to do with the befuddled one himself. In other words, when you have a weak and senile bumbler, The White House, Putin goes, now's the time. Time for me to move. Trump's out of there. We got Biden, Biden's not really known. It doesn't even know what's going on in his own country, let alone far away near the Baltic Sea. So that I think is the at least partial answer to Biden's question.

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"1979" Discussed on Spider-Dan & The Secret Bores

Spider-Dan & The Secret Bores

05:51 min | 5 months ago

"1979" Discussed on Spider-Dan & The Secret Bores

"To the very first wrong direction where we look at a popular director's less successful work and try to determine what led them down that road. And we are going to start with a big one with a big name director, the biggest name director. It's a household name. And we're going to talk about not a household name film. We're going to talk about 1941, Spielberg's First World War II comedy epic. And we're going to decide whether his creative shift from his previous films was was it worth it? Was it not worth it? Did it feel good about it? Did it feel bad about it? How were the reviews? We'll find out, but I'm going to introduce the film guy as Tony likes to call him. We're going to introduce Jack is back. And as we know, loose lips sink ships. And I'm going to hand over to Jack. And we're just going to talk about Spielberg before we get into the film about this techniques, his style, the kind of films he's done, what he likes to look at in his films, what he gets right, what he gets, maybe he gets a little bit wrong, who knows. But Jack, take us to school. I mean, thanks for inviting me on again. It's great to see you. And this is a great way to start because as you said, you probably don't a lot of people are still thinking about don't know the name of directors. I think just Joe on the street, Jane on the street, namely ten directors. They might not be able to. But everybody knows Spielberg. So this is definitely the right place to start, I think, for this feature. This was definitely the wrong direction. We have to go in. When you look at that run that he's got going. I mean, we can take the sugarland express, which is his first official film, if you don't count duel. Then we take jaws and close encounters, and then we'll skip 1941 when we get to raiders. So without 1941, that is it. I mean, water run that is jaws Clayton counters and raiders. I mean, I'm not sure though to ever be another run of that could ever compete with that, really. But there's 1941. Which, for the film guy, as Tony likes to call me, I've never seen it until this. And part of me wishes I never had. Scathing review already already. I certainly don't feel like it's brought anything to my life that I was missing. Let's put it that way. It's not the diamond in the rough for you. Because this is quite a divisive film. There's a lot of people on either side of the wall. On my Facebook, I had two people that went, oh, I loved this when I was a kid. And I was like, and I was like, have you seen it now? And also I'm watching a two and a half hour version, the director's cook. And they both it was like they both did like the shocked emoji. And I was like, yeah, it is that long. And it's a comedy. And it feels twice as long, probably. Yeah. I mean, again, we're getting way out of ourselves. Let's write it in. We'll get to it. We'll get to it. But let's talk about Spielberg. What a season one for cinema, what's his legacy?.

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 Iran marks anniversary of 1979 takeover of US Embassy

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 8 months ago

Iran marks anniversary of 1979 takeover of US Embassy

"Of Iranians took to the streets of Tehran to mark the anniversary of the seizure of the US embassy in nineteen seventy nine many could be heard chanting death to America death to prison untested sense of style the embassy takeover target of four hundred and forty four day hostage crisis and then ends in diplomatic relations that continues to this day the head of Iran's paramilitary revolutionary guards general Hossein salami gave a speech to the crowd financing what he described as American aggression long

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Eric Describes the Funniest Story From His New Book 'Is Atheism Dead?'

The Eric Metaxas Show

05:49 min | 9 months ago

Eric Describes the Funniest Story From His New Book 'Is Atheism Dead?'

"There are a lot of funny stories in the book. And usually when I do interviews, I don't get to tell these stories. I've got a glance over the top. But you just asked me about one of my favorites. I mean, I can't tell you how much joy I just laugh every time I think about it. But this was the discovery in 1979 of what's called the silver ketef scrolls. And what that means is these are incredibly tiny silver scrolls that were so tiny they were worn as amulets. And they had the priestly blessing the ironic blessing where the priests would say the lord bless you and keep you the lord make his countenance to shine upon you and give you peace. I mean, this holy thing from the scripture of written in silver in really Proto hebraic because this is from 6 50 BC. Anyway, but how was it found? Yes. I, if you read books and archeology, it'll sort of tell you, oh, this was discovered here here by so and so and so and so I was okay. But somehow, in my research, because I have fun doing the research, I discovered this weird backstory. And the more I dug the funnier it became. Yeah. Okay, here's the story. The guy whose last name, oh gosh, what is it? It's Barack. I can never say his name. It's the book here. But anyway, it's not Jacobs. No, it's a 28 year old. It's a 28 year old guy studying archeology in a Tel Aviv, or Jerusalem. So he's a nobody. He's 6 years from his PhD, but he gets this idea in his head that below Saint Andrew's church outside just right at the outset skirts of Jerusalem. There are some old caves and burial caves, whatever. They've all, they looked like they've been excavated. There's nothing there, but he has a hunch that there's more to be found there. But he doesn't have any credibility or anything to get real archeological students to help him. So he has to be really humble and say, you know, I'll take anybody who can help me. Gabriel barques Gabriel bark, I think it's barkai, barkey. He has to go and this is like a joke. So archeology club, 12 and 13 year olds. They volunteer the kids, the kids can help you. So how'd you like 12 and 13 year olds annoying 12 and 13 year olds to help you on this big dig? So they do the dig, they find nothing. He's disappointed, and he says, well, you know what? At least to we've got a photograph, all these chambers, even though we found nothing, there was one kid that was so annoying to this barkai that barkey was like ripping his hair out and he says, I can't take another minute of this annoying 12 year old named Nathan. So here's what I'm going to do. All of these caves need to be photographed. The most distant one or one of the distant ones and over cave 25, he sends Nathan there, and he's really stern with him, like angry, like, hey, I've had enough out of you. I want you to clean that chamber. It's gonna be photographed. I want it to be so clean that your mother could use it as a kitchen. Like you really threatens the kid because this kid was very annoying. So Nathan trundles off to this distant place. And the joy, of course, is that it's far away, and we're not going to hear from this kid for two or three hours while he's doing what we do. But he takes a hammer with them, which is a weird thing, nobody knows. But the kid is so annoying that to go clean the cave, he just happens to hide a hammer on his person. And when he's bored in this sacred chamber, okay? There's nothing there. It's got a stone floor, whatever. He takes the hammer out. Nobody knows this, okay? He's all alone and starts smashing the floor with the hammer. Now this alone, I find it funny. The only reason he's there is because he was so annoying, they sent him as far away as possible. But if he wasn't annoying enough, he had a hammer with him and decides to use the hammer to smash the floor. The board Nathan smashes the floor with the hammer so hard that it cracks. It wasn't supposed to crack. And he finds a hidden chamber. He sticks his hand in the hidden chamber and is dragged into the bowels of hell itself. Just kidding. He puts his hand into hidden chamber and he pulls out some stuff, some like little ceramics. He now is like, hey, this is what I'm here for. I'm not here to clean. I found treasure. So he runs to barkai and tugs on his shirt. He's like, hey hey, look what I found. You could see bark. I could picture his hair standing on end, like what is going on? The annoying kid is back with some ancient treasure. So they run back to the place, barkai sees that, what do you assumed was an empty place was in fact hiding this stuff and the annoying kid was so annoying that he smashed the floor open or whatever. So he sends the kid home and they spend days now excavating the secret whole and they pull out treasure after treasure and the greatest treasure is what we described. And unbelievably tiny silver scroll so delicate that they couldn't unwrap it for three years. They didn't know how to have the technology without destroying it. But they could read the words inscribed in silver. Now if it's inscribed on anything but silver, it doesn't last. So the Dead Sea scrolls, which are amazingly old, they're not this old. This is even older. So this is the first extant writing from the Hebrew scriptures ever discovered thanks to the annoying 12 year old Nathan. He's probably in his mid 50s right now and he doesn't know. And when he's

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This Is Worse Than the Iranian Hostage Crisis of 1979

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:04 min | 11 months ago

This Is Worse Than the Iranian Hostage Crisis of 1979

"Cover of today's new york post here in new york city bygones. Saigon has become biden's tehran. this is worse than the iranian hostage crisis of one thousand nine hundred seventy nine. I said this yesterday but it's absolutely verifiably. True we have up to. There are up to eighty thousand being held hostage by taliban checkpoints in four enforcers from the taliban are blocking americans and their allies from reaching the airport. We're desperate people are trying to literally scale the walls as the new york post describes it. This is brewing hostage crisis. Worse than nineteen seventy nine and the iran hostage crisis. Thousands are being held hostage in afghanistan and we got a president who barely knows. It seems where he is.

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The Cure Bassist, Simon Gallup, Says He’s Leaving the Band

MyTalk 107.1

00:40 sec | 11 months ago

The Cure Bassist, Simon Gallup, Says He’s Leaving the Band

"You guys open your show with a song by the cure. Perhaps if you were out Cat video Festival you might have Her DJ Rock lobster spin the song Love Cats by the Cure. Oh, well, the second longest tenured member of the cure just up and decided on Facebook to say he's out of the band. I wonder if he told others before he telling Facebook. Maybe I don't know. Simon Gallup. He is 61 is the bass player. He's been in the cure since 1979 other than the singer Robert Smith. He's the longest tenured member of the band. He just said he is fed up with betrayal, and he's out and good luck to them all. Oh, so that sounds like he did not tell them beforehand. I don't know.

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Actress Markie Post Dies at 70: Known for ‘Night Court’, ‘The Fall Guy’

Safe Money Radio

00:17 sec | 11 months ago

Actress Markie Post Dies at 70: Known for ‘Night Court’, ‘The Fall Guy’

"The actress known for appearances on Night court, the fall guy, another TV shows, has died Kid a three year 10 month battle with cancer. Her first acting credits came in 1979 on episodes of chips. Barnaby Jones, the Incredible Hulk and Heart to Heart. Markie Post was 70. ABC is Derek

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"1979" Discussed on They're Terrified & Tipsy

They're Terrified & Tipsy

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"1979" Discussed on They're Terrified & Tipsy

"And she's just motionless standing there just much. Okay go get nepad girl. Go get nepad. just get out of there. You know help. And then when parker realizes like what's happening he has a gun or the flame. He's telling her move out of the way rights move. Just take a fucking step to your right. And i'll shoot this damn thing. Just move out of the way so sigourney. Weaver is in the evacuation pot and she. Here's the cat meow. Oh my god. Any evaluation pod so now. She's trying to find this fucking cat okay. I i love animals. I and i i really really do. But if me and my crew we're going to die. I'm sorry i'm sorry i'm sorry i love you and i probably been around you for a very very long. I feel awful. But i have to pick my own over the cat. I'm sorry i know i have to. I know i agree and like hurts me to say because i don't want anybody to die. No fishing anything cat. But it's like she can hear her crew members like shouting now. They're part of the ship. She's like cat and she's like hundreds cat moment. It's like yes. And she's like crawler finest fucking cash right. Then she eventually finds are in like puts in this weird like space looking like pet carrier crate thing. Then she puts her in there and then she hears shouting kind of amplify from her crew member. Yes yeah because contact attacked by an alien. Go check it out. Yes so then. When she gets down there after like the whole situation was happening where lambert one move over half and then of course she gets gotten she done by the alien takes care parker too. So what time she gets to that part of the ship both of them are dead and she finds them. They're all bloody. Yeah looking dripping from everywhere. It's fantastic but okay so now ripley. She runs as fast as she can. go to. The ship's detonation a some. Which is do the self destruct thing which is very intense by the way process. Like levers that you gotta pull down and like things you gotta screw in. And they like unscrew bolts covers off of other things. It's a lot and also seems weird. That like the time for the self. Destruct is ten minutes because take a weird like a long amount of time. Yeah.

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"1979" Discussed on They're Terrified & Tipsy

They're Terrified & Tipsy

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"1979" Discussed on They're Terrified & Tipsy

"So i guess. Once he realized that cat is in him he turns around. And there's this giant alien. Yeah and. I think that they did a very good job creating alien. I agree because i. I can imagine it would be very difficult. Create a believable unknown creature. That would be scary as right because anything that's like not human. We'll be scary and uncomfortable but this is very good because its head is like almost as long as it's body large. It looks like a metal tube like yeah came into is and i felt like they didn't show too much of it. Yes and so. They didn't which made it. they didn't but they kept. they didn't like show. The entire alien like in every single looking just showed us head. It'll pieces parts of pieces. Which i really liked. So the first part they show it gets face yes so you see like this big little tiki mouth which slowly opens to reveal the second. Td mouth that attacked him and that tedious came full allying. His face and like throw punched in china recently took the front of his face off. Yeah it was like. Em got it and then now he's dead he gone. Yeah like holy shit. The alien is like a full on. Aily isn't alien. not a baby. No no he's not a penis with teeth. No these outgrew that awkward phase of his. You know what we've all had you alien get you for you for your own thing now. All right so the whole group is back together and they realized that he must be moving around the aircraft through the air ducts. Yeah okay so they devise like a plan of attack okay. Here's my question because as we're kind of going through here because dallas eventually goes through these air duct. Yeah they're not that big. This alien seemed a lot bigger. Yes it'd be able to go through these air ducts. They were i. Th i agree they were substantial for man to be like kind of crawling through then. Yeah but not for this alien to be like quickly..

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Stupid Money (MM #3744)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Stupid Money (MM #3744)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. I talked before about how I've been a collector, most of my life, it could be silly things campaign buttons. One of my first collection home product teams that used to sit on my soffit for many years now sitting in a storage area. Plus, I've got my artwork collection, I've got a collection of a wide variety of things, and at times, I've spent, when I call Stupid Money on things, I once paid $20 for a plastic cup. When I was in college, it goes back to 1979 when you could buy a different colored cup for about a buck and I paid $20 for a different kind of cut because you couldn't buy it anymore. I've been doing stupid things for a long time like that, I don't do age as much anymore as I used to, but there have been things, I've spent stupid money on, but when I look at people with real stupid money, it just kinda makes me shake. My head, just saw a story online. The other day about somebody, bought one of the Fast and Furious cars from the Lake. Charles Walker a Toyota Supra that he used in one of the movies and they spent over a half a million dollars for it. When you've got that kind of money, you do stupid things with it. I don't spend the money. I used to not because I don't have it just because it's not the right feel. I think, you know what I mean? Dead.

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Stupid Money (MM #3744)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Stupid Money (MM #3744)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. I talked before about how I've been a collector, most of my life, it could be silly things campaign buttons. One of my first collection home product teams that used to sit on my soffit for many years now sitting in a storage area. Plus, I've got my artwork collection, I've got a collection of a wide variety of things, and at times, I've spent, when I call Stupid Money on things, I once paid $20 for a plastic cup. When I was in college, it goes back to 1979 when you could buy a different colored cup for about a buck and I paid $20 for a different kind of cut because you couldn't buy it anymore. I've been doing stupid things for a long time like that, I don't do age as much anymore as I used to, but there have been things, I've spent stupid money on, but when I look at people with real stupid money, it just kinda makes me shake. My head, just saw a story online. The other day about somebody, bought one of the Fast and Furious cars from the Lake. Charles Walker a Toyota Supra that he used in one of the movies and they spent over a half a million dollars for it. When you've got that kind of money, you do stupid things with it. I don't spend the money. I used to not because I don't have it just because it's not the right feel. I think, you know what I mean? Dead.

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Stupid Money (MM #3744)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Stupid Money (MM #3744)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. I talked before about how I've been a collector, most of my life, it could be silly things campaign buttons. One of my first collection home product teams that used to sit on my soffit for many years now sitting in a storage area. Plus, I've got my artwork collection, I've got a collection of a wide variety of things, and at times, I've spent, when I call Stupid Money on things, I once paid $20 for a plastic cup. When I was in college, it goes back to 1979 when you could buy a different colored cup for about a buck and I paid $20 for a different kind of cut because you couldn't buy it anymore. I've been doing stupid things for a long time like that, I don't do age as much anymore as I used to, but there have been things, I've spent stupid money on, but when I look at people with real stupid money, it just kinda makes me shake. My head, just saw a story online. The other day about somebody, bought one of the Fast and Furious cars from the Lake. Charles Walker a Toyota Supra that he used in one of the movies and they spent over a half a million dollars for it. When you've got that kind of money, you do stupid things with it. I don't spend the money. I used to not because I don't have it just because it's not the right feel. I think, you know what I mean? Dead.

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"1979" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark

Deck The Hallmark

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"1979" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark

"To the last one but you know what can you do. You can only do so. Many fireworks shows And then the movie wraps up with wainwright's showing up for new year's eve and the family seems to finally come around him. They wish each other a happy year and they drink to it and that my friends was the gathering part. Two we did. It will say this as we're wrapping up there. I thought for sure you had missed a lot of details. But not by my recollection. This much. I don't think you didn't miss much. I don't think i did the sour puss kid. Who tries to convince that. There's no santa who would do such a thing monster that's right. I mean introducing the magic money. We're gonna take a quick break. We'll come back and we'll talk about the teeth or magic. I come on man. I love watching. Tv so much. But i just kind of habits with the old way of doing things dan. You mean the new way of doing things which is all of these different services. I'm saying that the old way. I'm sticking the new way would if there's there's a third way what do you mean where you could pay less. Okay hit more and get an unlimited. Dvr i would say well quit lying. Well you could get your love your love hip hop event your christmas movies. On the hallmark life lease please. You could get your prestige drama on. Amc okay get an unlimited. Dr and you could do it for like well under thirty bucks. I don't think so filo tell me more filo. Tv is the place to find all your faves in one spot for the least amount of money possible and with an unlimited dvr. It's a win win win. It's a third way of doing. I'll do it but swing the pot please. Twenty five percent off two months. And i forgot about kids. Programming bilo is literally for everyone. Wow i love it from kids from one to ninety two four kids from whatever he got. If you're a person filo is for you. You're going to follow dot tv slash. D t h. You're gonna get twenty five percents off your next. Two months filed dot tv slash. You.

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Huge Explosion Rocks St. Vincent as Volcano Keeps Erupting

BBC World Service

01:02 min | 1 year ago

Huge Explosion Rocks St. Vincent as Volcano Keeps Erupting

"Erupted again early Monday, sending massive amounts of gas and ash miles into the sky. As NPR's Carrie Kahn reports, it was the biggest explosion since seismic activity began late last week. Less afraid volcano has been spewing ash and gas is for days. Monday morning's explosion sent huge pyroclastic flows down the mountain. Destroying everything in its path. According to the head of the island Seismic Research Center. Ash from the explosions has reached as far as Barbados. The activity is affecting the island's water supply and food distribution. ST. Vincent's prime minister warns the emergency situation could continue for up to four months. Nearby islands have sent aid for cruise ships are close by ready for evacuations. But residents want to stay more than 3700 or in 80 shelters. The last time the volcano exploded was 1979. There were no fatalities and earlier explosion in 1902 killed some 1600 people. Carrie Kahn. NPR news Attorneys for the Boy

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St. Vincent residents evacuating amid volcanic eruption

Purity Products

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

St. Vincent residents evacuating amid volcanic eruption

"On ST Vincent are fleeing. The final evacuees made their way to safety. A day after the last U Fear volcano erupted with an explosion that shook the ground spewed ash skyward and blanketed the island in a layer of fine volcanic rock. The eruption is its first large one since 1979. Ash covered everything creeping into homes, cars and noses on a strong Sophus smell lingered in the air evacuate to wanna, Burke says she's hoping the eruption will end soon. I am scared. I'm just hoping for the best so that everything can be over so I can go behold, local resident foreigner Helix says She's been through this before you up. Did I was nine years old. Now I'm 50 years old. Scientists warn that the explosions could continue for days or even weeks and That the worst could be it to come. I'm Karen Sharma's news and

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Volcano erupts in Caribbean as thousands flee danger zone

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

01:37 min | 1 year ago

Volcano erupts in Caribbean as thousands flee danger zone

"Rush against time on a Caribbean island. Or a natural disaster appears to be taking shape. A BCS Andrea Fujii has this story. Cruise ships racing to help evacuate thousands of people before a volcano erupts on the Caribbean island of ST Vincent, local officials saying an eruption is imminent. There is no in the country. Evacuation order fairies boats, all helping get people out. At least four cruise ships are now arriving Royal Caribbean and celebrities sending help and two ships from Carnival or set to dock today. Another drill. This is an emergency versus with Children. Those that are disabled well only to board for US. Smoke is already bill away from the loss of free air volcano, which last erupted in 1979, the prime minister or re mandatory evacuations of about 16,000 people and designated red danger zones. ST. Vincent is the main island in the Caribbean nation of ST Vincent and the Grenadines. About 1500 miles from Miami, west of Barbados and northeast of Aruba and Venezuela arrangements. Have no kick started. The process begins. The pandemic is posing an extra challenge. Keep your master on the prime minister warning people they should be vaccinated before entering a shelter or boarding a cruise ship evacuated residents are expected to be taken to neighboring islands or they can shelter on ST Vincent outside the danger zones.

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St. Vincent Warns of Volcanic Eruption, Orders Evacuations

Wisconsin's Morning News with Gene Mueller

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

St. Vincent Warns of Volcanic Eruption, Orders Evacuations

"Cruise ships racing to help evacuate thousands of people before a volcanic eruption on the Caribbean island of ST Vincent. Officials say that eruption is imminent. NBC's Andrea Fergie Smoke is already bill away from the law so free our volcano, which last erupted in 1979, the prime minister, ordering mandatory evacuations of about 16,000 people. And designated red danger zones. ST. Vincent is the main island in the Caribbean nation of ST Vincent and the Grenadines, about 1500 miles from Miami, west of Barbados and northeast of Aruba and Venezuela. In Iceland Volcano erupted on March 19th for the first time in almost 6000

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Iran Inaugurates New Underground Missile Facility

Nightside with Dan Rea

03:39 min | 1 year ago

Iran Inaugurates New Underground Missile Facility

"News story out of Iran is that the Revolutionary Guard. They've inaugurated a new underground missile facility that was intended designated for missile storage reported by state TV. I mean, so there are transparent to that extent. On by the commander of the Revolutionary Guard who we first met when I say we, the United States first met with the embassy takeover. In November of 1979. He said the cruise and ballistic missiles will empower the forces Navy even more. They had a TV report that showed footage of scores of missiles in an enclosed space resembling an underground corridor. And they claimed that these missiles contractual 2000 kilometers, which is 1200 miles Um, placing much of the Middle East, including Israel within range, and I'm not mistaken. There was a bit of a dust up today. I think that Iranian forces Struck a U. S military base in Syria. And I think there was a little bit of a problem over the weekend with with an oil tanker in the strait of her moves. It just seems that they're just spoiling for a fight. Even even again. You know, a few weeks after we've have have resumed participation in these talks. Am I missing something? When the the Washington has, uh has had talks to try and re enter the J C P away, but it has not yet done so on. It is requesting certain focus and understanding from Iran before doing so we'll have to see Where Iran takes it. But yes, Iran's the military prowess has always been very, very important in the region in the world. The Iranian military power when the molars took over in Tehran that you mentioned 1979 when they did take over is the Iranian army was the world's largest army. Andre the always been a very, very strong military force in the region. They fought a decade long war with their neighbor Iraq at the time in the 19 eighties on into the 19 nineties. On But But yes, one would. One would hope that the world does understand as I mentioned in the beginning when you live closer to to a country like that. I think you understand it better. It's all very well to live tens of thousands of miles away from from Iran. But if you don't have to deal with what they're doing, and they're undermining Off the Middle East on bits all over the Middle East, their connections in Lebanon and in Syria and in Iraq and in the Yemen on their meddling in affairs in governments all over the Middle East. When one begins to understand. I think Iran and what it's focusing in on and it's revolutionary. God are incredibly problematic. And Ruth that group lists, of course, know, Della,

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Assadollah Assadi, Iranian Envoy, Found Guilty in France Bomb Plot

The Savage Nation with Michael Savage

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Assadollah Assadi, Iranian Envoy, Found Guilty in France Bomb Plot

"A terror attack in Europe. It's the first time in Iranian official has been tried for terrorism in Europe. Since the 1979 Revolution diplomat as a dollar. Asadi has been convicted in Belgium of planning an attack on an Iranian opposition group in France. Police found explosives two years ago. Apparently to be used at an opposition rally being attended by President Trump's lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, Among others. Asadi has been sentenced to 20 years in prison. In London. Simon Oh, in Fox News

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"1979" Discussed on Horror Vein

Horror Vein

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"1979" Discussed on Horror Vein

"Like they need to restore that. Didn't they not do that yet or no. Well they haven't done digitally well. Oh downloads they might all okay blu-ray but they did the ray yeah okay but they i mean they. They really need to go and fix all these movies. I agree to have the technology to do it really well. So the classics and in revamp. I'm telling you they did. They like they did superior. You know movies like that. I mean come on That was beautiful man. Yeah you just can't touch that one a morningside cemetery t shirts who to add to your Orpheum collection is that. Yeah the morningside. That was the name of the cemetery while i love my creepshow blanket creepshow pillow. It's awesome. I still have nightmares on creepshow to god. I just the curiosity killed me. I just had this all. I knew i was going into something bad. But i just had to do it and man. Oh i never doubted you but like who. So you got it anyway. And you still have to see upgrade which you upgrade in love. I wanna see on. Hinged diana's not up for that ought to that'll be reich task too. I know he's been fighting a long list. Yeah months on that. Yeah fighting fighting. You want to see it. Well you know we get so love that movie. It's okay late to it. It's about an actor trying to make it and it's really. yeah anyway. yeah fantastic. Okay trust me all right. We'll get there. We'll get there. No worries worry hesitation i. He's like that. I like a wide variety. So we'll see. We'll see so. But i really thoroughly enjoy it so to all of our listeners. I highly recommend This phantasm film is just really really good. Really really good so yeah. I would highly recommend all movies. See the entire. Yeah and i'm gonna see about doing that all all five films. i think. they're all free on amazon. I didn't have to pay for this one. Yeah so check them all out if you have amazon out there on hulu and there is a will pay for the second one. They don't have the second one who universal gotcha okay but it is on amazon. I saw they have all of them. And if you miss too. Don't worry about it you can still watch three four five and doesn't miss anything because they go back. Okay they do a recap everything. Love the sequels. They start out with a recaps. Okay okay now i understand. Yeah exactly yeah me too. I'm gonna check it out. I will so. I guess we'll wrap it up. Check acerra on horror. Wien dot com. If you're horror filmmaker and like to make short horror films. We have best horror shorts on there. You can submit your film and it might potentially play on her website. There you go. How cool was that there. You go good horror. Vein dot com for more information. And of course you know the holidays are coming up on. They are and You know there might be somebody on your list at you. Know likes horror movies so yes we do have a shop chelsea. yes we do. Get some the horror vein. Swag horror fans love that stuff. they do. I love my t shirts. That's awesome and we have a new logo now. So that's that's on there too We're end stuff all the time. So i if you get it early it takes awhile to ship so i would recommend it. It's made to order. it's me. We're so recommend getting it early. If he can't yes so yes if you need it by christmas yeah i would start working on that now so next week. We're going to be watching ticket done..

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"1979" Discussed on Horror Vein

Horror Vein

07:00 min | 1 year ago

"1979" Discussed on Horror Vein

"I'm watching them like. Why is penn robot at the beginning. Oh like did he produces movie. Now is because it was the remastered j.j. Abrams loved the movie. So much that they Restored it for okay. So that's the version that's on amazon. That's the one i watch four. It looks great. looks fantastic. Yeah yeah. I didn't know i had that. That's all yeah. Yeah yuppie somewhere peach. Did you just before recording here. Did you what rewatch. I watched it last night. Yeah okay. I watched it sunday. Those life was like that. Seen it. Before but i was like i haven't seen it in a while and we watch it again Man i'm glad i did because i was like. Oh let me watch the sequels because this shit rob. It's so bizarre. Ball a my god. I just love that. He's great oh when he says that i was. Just yeah yeah. It's just got that feel to it. It's just. It reminded me like halloween and neither living dead gets crazy stuff in it like when he's having the dream in the tall man's over his bed and the two. I don't know zombies. Come out of the ground and grabs grabbing adam. Yeah and she smashed up all my god but it works. It's just oh my unlike what is the then everyone having sex in the cemetery like what the why why. Why in the hell like okay. This brings him all the way to the cemetery. I love the seventy s man. It's like we're asking you go get a drink and then go to the cemetery ham sacks right now you can't tell no sex in december. Well maybe they do but risking getting good and then turns back home. And you're like oh my god. That was crazy just nuts. Oh my god what a. Wake up call you're like. Oh yeah oh yeah baby. Holy i know i know what it's got everything. There's a little nudity in it. And that's what's great about you know these seven horror films has got everything got really good special effects except for the fly all my god whatever. That thing is rob on my god freaking me out when i first saw the film that jc no face on it. It's climbing in his hair. I just nuts. And i just i like i really did like it in the scene where the kid takes the the Shell and puts the thumb tack in the back taxes. It to the hammer. The bloated door part did you like that or not book dude. If that was real that he would win everywhere you think so. I would put a hole in the door. It'd be wrong. But i wouldn't wanna take the chance. I wouldn't wanna try. But i thought it i bought it. You buy it i mean. I didn't buy the screwdriver in the in the door. Jamb come you could get okay. I'll okay but i don't care. It's like nitpicking. The acting it's just. I don't care i it's like okay whatever. Bother me because like you said. It was so unique. Yeah i i still say it's one of the most unique horror films that had seen it really is. I don't think anything is really come close to it. I haven't seen any. Yeah i mean it's like i'm just trying to piece this together at a slasher film. It's not no nothing. I mean it is so original on its own. I know and it still is and it lives up to it. And that's what makes the film great. In my opinion. I think it's up there with the with classics Know they would. You put it up there with halloween and living dead. I would me too me too. It's like if you if you're talking about any horror films phantasm has come up. Yeah and not to be confused with the phantasm from from australia. That's a soft core porn. Movie okay seventy six. Oh i see spilled f. a. n. t. a. s. m. I seem to know a lot about this phil. That's okay all. I don't want to get you confused badge right. I don't want any confusion what you watch. The long movie written fantasma horrible. Like what the hell's this. We're not talking about that one right porn movie. Oh my god Tonight folks. i don't write crazy. Oh my god yeah now. I just I'm happy you liked. I really yeah i just never read you when i say you know. Let's watch watch movie like okay like it so you can really see anything about it and i got a confession a confession to make through movies out ever did i just. It was just so bizarre but it worked. You know i just it this. That's so there's probably many that. Just don't there's just many that just fall flat you know that level if you've got a bunch of amateur filmmakers usually the film just kinda collapses but it the film's strong in in certain aspects and then it's week and others but all in all because of the originality of the film it. Yeah it's a classic opinion Yeah and i'm so glad that they restored the film. Yes a lot of film is so dark has a lot of black in it. Yeah does when you watch it now and digital a get all pixel and stuff but now that they restored it. It looks great. All the blacks were deep. Blacks and i was like awesome. This works so great. Yeah because i know many movies now where. It's dark in the pixel style gotcha. Gotcha yeah like halloween.

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"1979" Discussed on Horror Vein

Horror Vein

07:49 min | 1 year ago

"1979" Discussed on Horror Vein

"Then maybe you beat me to it all right. So what is this thing. Now it's frightening to. It's called resurrection. It's it's a novel that tom holland is writing right now. Okay it's not a it's movie sequel to novel. But he's bringing back all the original characters from the original movie in the book. So dairy jerry. Jerry dandridge evil. Ed back and i don't know how he's doing it. But oh wow you know all the original characters come back so i. I wanna watch Tales from the dark side. Yes tales from the dark side. Yes i have not seen that. Do not see well. I shouldn't say. Do not see. But i don't know if you saw that the movie i'm sure i have but it's been a long time. Yeah you're not a fan. Well i saw in the theaters. And i had seen since the theaters and it was on hulu or something so i started watching. I was like this is not good. I it's not like totally totally bat but So the tv show was much better. Oh tv shows way better way better. I wonder why that is well. You know all the controversy that was around the twilight zone movie. I don't know if i did. You know the actor moral killed on. Fm what happened so john. Landis was directing the segment the first segment which was about the guy that was a. You know like a racist any goes into like germany and he sees with happened to the jews and then he goes into vietnam all right right right. I saw that i saw. Yeah yeah okay anyway. What happened was that there were shooting the segment the vietnam segment which they just a helicopter. The helicopter yeah the hell yeah killed arrow. Yeah wow i saw. I saw the footage just leading up to that which just hosting it really is What happened was that they were shooting in a I don't know like a it was like A ravine or something like that had walls you know like rocky walls so in the helicopter came in they had all these explosions going off and what happened was that the explosions took the air out from underneath the propeller blades. Just blew the air out so it just dropped like a rock dropped like a rock from the explosions cause explosions were bouncing off the wall and took the air out from underneath the propeller blades. Down on top of vic morrow and two kids so three people got killed and what. How long ago was this eighty eighty early eighties john landis and steven spielberg were. We're good friends at the time. And then when that happened The relationship kinda fell apart and he went to court onic is they're trying to get him on involuntary manslaughter and they found that there was too many people involved so they couldn't really victim of anything so from that twilight zone. Yeah so really if you look at John landis was at the top of his career just before twilight zone and after that his career just kind of faded. Because of that crazy. I don't know how we get on that but we do that. We do that often so bring everybody down. I think we just the mood. But that's all right anyway. All i was talking about What i wanted to see coming up. Yeah i wanted to see Tales from the dark side and And then we started talking about toilets so so going back to phantasm fantastic. Yeah so they had. They stay estimated the budget to be three hundred thousand dollars A lot of the funding came from casserole as father and additional funding from doctors and lawyers so they raised the money themselves holy cow. They said like halloween. Kinda like nine eleven dead. You know what. I mean building was done on weekends and sometimes lasted twenty hours. Over the course of more than a year reggie bannister described the production as flying by the seat of its pants actors. They never really had a full script. Wa hey we're shooting. Today we need to and he reggie bannister. Was the one with the ponytail ponytail. He said he did Many of his own stunts shot it in chatsworth. California nineteen seventy-one plymouth barracuda was used. Seventy one knew somebody in the drove one in high school so he wanted to have it in the movie. Said post production. Took six to eight months i. The tents test screening was poorly received due to the to the length of the film. So they cut down to cut it down. Oh wow so. Yeah so. I mean i had. I did not know that that was pretty much independent. It looked like it but it does. It does yeah. Yeah i mean because some of the acting in parts is like really to allow. I know but i didn't care because the film's original. I agree very well die. Film is it's it's cut together exceptional crate editing. It's paced very well. It's got some surprising action sequences in it got cars blowing up more. Yeah you don't have those big car explosions anymore and independent films now. Now you don't get away with a lot of that in the seventies. You can't get away with that now now now now now i mean you. Can you thinking when the hearse blows up. I mean you you could get away with in the seventy s you. Could you need a permit and nobody would say anything about a car explosion. Now that's different the times were. Yeah now it would like there were so many alerts and like you're right. You're right it's crazy. It's a different time. Why i wanted hopping a time machine sometimes in just to term as she you've got it then i didn't know is that i actually have they in two thousand and fifteen. They released phantasm. Remastered oh i think that's the version i watched. Yeah it's a four. K resolution print that that bad robot productions put together j.j. Abrams studio so i was like because i..

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"1979" Discussed on Horror Vein

Horror Vein

08:15 min | 1 year ago

"1979" Discussed on Horror Vein

"I'm like what the fuck am i. Watching. what is this what is going on. Just i didn't know what ticks all i knew about it going in was the ball. I knew that was in the new about the tall man and to be honest rob. That's all i knew. And that's one of the reasons why the movie and you said. I mean the. The movie really works because of the bond between those those people. The reggie the brother in the in the little kit and a little boy. And i thought michael baldwin Reggie bannister with the ponytail. Reggie i met reggie bannister. Oh my god. He's just like in the movies. Really cool guy. Scrim awesome too. We lost we. Lost the shame okay. He's the only one that could play that role. I know you have anybody else anybody else. Come into play. That role. I hope they. They didn't try that they didn't so he he was in all five. Movies is okay. Okay yeah but i think i like a lot of the horror series that came out. I think this is one of my favorite. Because it's so original and you don't like sequels surprised no wealth one of the few series where the sequels better surprising normally. You're like you're not even see the second friday night so i'm like really surprise. Tha it draws you win. 'cause you're like wanna find out why this is happening. Why did this happen. Why did that happen. And that's what's great about the series is that they they let you know because You look at you. Look at the first one he liked. The ending doesn't make sense at all. You really had me scratching my head. And i'm like wait a minute. I thought reg but wait their dad dream. It's not an you're like what that's kind of sucky ending but if you get into the sequels you're like okay. Well make sense. Is the little boy in the rest of them. Yeah but he's not a little boys like big older because they're they take place like almost twenty years later. Is it the same actor seamaster. Oh great the kept all the same actors in in the sequel six. That's fantastic in. They change a couple of characters. What she was why the second one didn't do as well but when they get back into the third one which is went down castle rally went back into independent. And that's why i liked the third and fourth. I yet to see the fifth one. Which i'm really excited to see but i really liked the third one in the fourth one. Oh my god those are really good. Okay yeah check them out. Did they switch remember in the second. One can't remember it's been so long. Okay see like. I said i saw in the theaters in the eighties. And you haven't seen it. 'cause okay is like universal like didn't release it. I mean they released it but they didn't do a larger release. I guess they were like pissed off because they didn't make any money it was. It was a bomb at the box. Office bomb the second. One bob They hit k. Game a big budget like three million dollar budget. I think it only made seven. Oh wow simon as they did a third one then no like i said don went back to independent and he had control over like in the second one the studios were telling them what to do. So it's not it's not as good you know that's why i liked the third in the fourth one because you know it's backed independent and he can really do what he wanted to and that's what we did with the first one you know he wouldn't be able to put it ending in the studio film. That's for sure they would went. I change that shit now. I'll okay okay. So totally independent and sometimes your best work comes out of that and they're all amateurs and they were learning and obviously they got there. They started getting better when like when they got to the third one after they did a big studio movie. Or like okay. W- now we know how to make movies. Let's go back to our roots and do it right. you know. So and then they did for the fourth and maybe if that yeah so the third and fourth one so when he gets third one they got. There's like thousands of balls. It's all my guys like man. It's cool. I really liked the sequel. Okay off to check them out. Then ask i would highly recommend watching the sequels. Okay especially i mean lord of the dead in a i think oblivion i think is the best i believe in part four part for really go. Okay oh okay. I remember because i had Like renting phantasm and i couldn't find phantasm to when i was like let me check out phantasm three and i was like. Wow this is good. And then i rented for like god this is really and that was before ravaged. Your came out two thousand sixteen so this was in ninety s when i was looking at how but i just watched it again. I watched more to the dead again while i was like. That's still good movie. It's not like a perfect horror film but it's so it's so good it's fun movie. It's i i like it because it's so original everything you say. It has the same feel and strangeness the first one okay you're gonna walk folks going on the okay. Did it have the same creepy. Feel like now. It doesn't Because the first phantasm like i said has that looked to it. They were doing these You know the lighting so direct. They were shooting through trees. So you've got the shadows from the trees. We're talking really loved. And they had this Direct lighting people nate. They didn't do that in the in the in the other films on the sequels right so i like i said it had that italian horror film feel with the music and everything so i think the first one is better in that respect affecting the sequels. The sequel's just kinda like more straightforward kind of a sci-fi kind of horror movie. But at the i i these are yeah. They're horror films. I think they're more sifi than he's okay. So my yeah while. I did not know that. Seen this movie why no i have not been your horizon blue. Absolutely oh my goodness i got hooked on creepshow a blanket and a plush pillow. Did you get that done. My merry christmas to me. Rob damn right. I got it. And i love it. So you're going to get amc plus and get the The creepshow i m. they have a new animated. Did you see it's on. amc. Plus i saw animated thing. And i'm like Interesting as you watch it. I did not okay. I haven't right now. They have like a seventy show. Tv show which i liked. You did like that okay. We got this new thing on. Amc plus oh yeah. Yeah that looked interesting. I did not see that but interesting like That's it's peculiar knox and you introduce a friday night. Yes by the way night. Coming out Which is not a movie. it's a novel okay called retribution or no resurrection. Well they already did. A partout was part. Three thing i posted. Well actually it was on horvath dot com. I'm sorry but.

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"1979" Discussed on Horror Vein

Horror Vein

06:27 min | 1 year ago

"1979" Discussed on Horror Vein

"It spying. I think he just wants to belong to end and just doesn't he doesn't. He's lonely like i say you don't hang out with anybody his age. There's no buddies around. He's not he's bikes around. Like you know it or something like that. Were all riding. Bikes are stand by me. You know so. He's got his brother so he just of wants to be with him and he sees him know at the funeral and all that and he's sneaking around. But i don't know i think it starts off sad because because of the funeral of his friends. Brian being stabbed a tall man. And then you and then you find out that the toll man steals his casket just throws it in the back of this hershiser shit. I just unlike casket. Moscow must have weighed five hundred and of course it had that fright night. Feel where it's like nobody believes deliverable right right like come on talking crazy until the finger in the kelly brings the finger. Yeah i believe you know moving and it's yes yellow shit in their god is that is. It must only reminded me of bishop and aliens john. Yeah it totally reminded me the toll man is bishop he is the yellow goo and all that i mean. I'm like yeah. that's bishop. There reminds me too. Because when i saw ailing that freaked me out too because it was like okay. What's white milky shit that's going on. Yeah so the you see the yellow crap coming into what was one of the first time ever they ever had i. I don't know. I don't remember seeing that in any movies. Previous dalians amateur. There was but that's the one i really remember was him. Yeah so now. I know now. I don't know if you noticed this. But i do you remember when he he gets his hand stuck in the door and then he he chops his fingers off. Yes can you hear the wail. Yes that sounds like from from the thing doesn't sound like the whale from the thing when the when which he gets like set on fire yeah like jaw like john carpenter like stole it he might of might hope like wow. That's a good sign of fact. I'm gonna take that. Put it in the tall man did you. They just dumped in in something because it was like. Wow that's weird. That's been the thing do they still. That's crazy oh my god. I was just very surprised that he didn't have more lines. And i didn't bother me. He he's got that look. That's alright man. Like one of the few people that could contorted his face and he looks at his eyebrows up. And you're like well that's just looks. Evil yeah yeah. You're right just the way. He walks like that one scene when he's like there when he's in town and he sees the toll man walking past the all the status quo stores. Yeah oh yeah. Fog's coming out. And he's walking us hands like going like a robot. Yeah i know what you're talking about is then any stops and he looks at them and say look only. Oh my god. I love it i gotta tell you something else. I was absolutely drooling over the car. They were try barracuda off the barracuda. I knew right what it was as soon as i saw I i knew you were to talk about the car because the cars court harper fact so many memories of i know man. There's a like that. Yeah gorge like just meant and dual dual car original. It's probably like one hundred horsepower. I i couldn't wait to come on the screen. I'm like getting the car getting the car in the car and the car goes out the entire series. Although it does. I can three. They have a hemi khuda. But it's a convertible because they really why because the story because they he had to take the sunroof out to shoot sorta like well fuck that. Let's get a convertible so it isn't the do that so they can shoot. You know fox fantastic with the hemi khuda. it's beautiful. I just love muscle cars. i love classic cars. The one in the original phantasm car is gorgeous. Omica is me especially in an when he's working on the car and the lawyer yet the little dwarfs like let go the The jack and he gets stuck underneath a oh. Yeah oh that's dass. I love seeing too. Because i love. The boy was working on the car. And i bought it because i'm sure. He watched his brother work on the car. And i'm sure his brother taught him thing you could tell them. Just tell brother was like you know work on the car. You know you need a hobby. Just get your mind absolutely watch. And he's curious who's watching his brother worked on the so key taught him a few. I just totally bought. All that. And i loved it. I loved that relationship. I love the big brother. A little little brother relations. I love that i loved. That was fantastic and a quirky friend with the phony tale. That all worked reggiano know. Reggie's scan the ditsy girls. That was fine. I thought in the tall man obviously was great. You know was it. You know academy award winning no but liked it enough that it didn't bother me because it was just so bizarre it almost reminded me of like watching the polian dynamite for the first time only four film..

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"1979" Discussed on Horror Vein

Horror Vein

07:20 min | 1 year ago

"1979" Discussed on Horror Vein

"The girl that was standing people. She was just one of the no. She was the tony. That's right he change start looking. Okay okay there was like pretty secure like there's something off about that girl right that right. That's right. They showed that it just really him. I forgot okay. Yeah that's pretty sick man. You're making out with the tall man and then all of a sudden. Yeah yeah yeah. Did they explain how his older brother dies well. Well that's one of the loopholes that movie get towards the end because You see the guy with the pony tail and the little boy. Talking by the fireplace ponytail gets stabbed so he apparently dies. And then the next thing you know. They're sitting in front of the fire. Well the i thought he was dead. The kid woke up from a dream. So that the tail got. Yeah so you have to. You have to remember. This was back in the seventies when they didn't have that all it was just a dream type horror film that was like state of the art. Type storytelling back. Then so anyway. Yeah so it was like wow. I thought he died and then right in front of the fireplace and just like your brother died what he died. How did he die. Well he supposedly died in car crash now they go all that's right. They go over that in the sequels. You'll find out all about this stuff that doesn't make any sense from the first one the sequels if you're really are wanting to understand the actual story line of what is actually going on in this movie. Wash all the sequels. Okay but i would definitely go to phantasm three fantus with to define list. It's on amazon amazon. Okay well then. I mean watch it i go right down the line just watch. They're all fantastic. Once call oblivion oblivion i is the best one a while. And then what what ravage you said. Or what is it. Ravin which came out in two thousand here which. I didn't see that one. So i'm really looking forward. I'm fact i probably gonna watch tonight. Because i watched. I watched lord of the dead after watching phantasm african. Oh good this movies are so was lord. Lord of the dead is the third one third really good movie. Oh man 'cause then that came out in nineteen ninety four okay obviously they had perfected the digital effects so he could get so they have like the the effects are a lot better in the case so they could do more stuff with the ball traveling and all that and then like you know like in the in the advantage of when he cuts off the tall man's fingers and he puts his finger in the box and it turns into this big giant that what was that was. It's like this is his hair. And i'm like what is saying. He's love the port. Because i mean. I find it so funny. Oh my god. Because it's supposed to be putting i don't think so but i i don't think so do is it. Looks like a bad crack or something. You know what. I mean like i. Then they're like stupid. Let's fling our bodies about because it's like you can't continue like hope soon thrown in the sink with the just go okay. I'm like hey you know that's a good idea. That's really odd knots. So in the sequels when that happens they have better they do and they explain it a little bit more. I like i said watch the sequels. No explain everything. You'll find out what happened with his brother how he died happen to them. The two girls dead two two girls. Oh they were in the ice they surveyed. It survived okay. He he explained it remember. Phantasm came out. These were all amateur filmmakers wanting to make a horror film plot in it and It's still inside. It's still very well made though. I like the music. It's a simple kind of reminded me like the music. Orlean and i remember temple. I remember this. Because i heard a lot about it. After halloween everyone was talking about phantasm. And it has that Italian horror film feel to it. Yeah don't you agree. i do. It has to jump cuts and the the weird lighting. Oh yeah in the music and it just gives that kind of an italian horror film. Feel which. I really love really suspenseful as like you said. Yeah you're trying to figure out what the fuck is going on and really draws you into film and then you're like when you think you think you've seen it all silver ball flying around here like what the fuck is and then latches onto this guy's head and then all day and that was doing into comes out of the ball. You're like what i know. That was nuts. But i i like the fact that it was big brother. Little brother And you know you don't see much more family. You don't think they go into it but you know there's parents around he staying with his brother. The parents got killed and brothers. Taken care of okay. So i liked that that asked i love that because it it works because the boys curious is that age. Where he's curious he wants to emulate. You know be like his brother. He doesn't he doesn't have that he doesn't have the father figure to to know and he doesn't have any buddies. You don't see him. Playing with his buddies are friends so he has his brother. That's all he has follows him around. And i just love that yeah. It's his curiosity and he wants to be older than he really. You know because i was. I have an older sister so i totally related to that. I got you know she drove. You got to dry before me while these things. Before i could and i always wanted to be as old as my sister. That's like a running joke. Now she's like you still want to be as old as me no. I'm good when i was a kid. I did and i was always curious. About what my sister was doing. How that changes. Yeah right after you hit. I don't even want to say. But i already gave it away but i love that about the film. I love that. He's just i don. I don't want even call.

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"1979" Discussed on Horror Vein

Horror Vein

08:11 min | 1 year ago

"1979" Discussed on Horror Vein

"Hey everyone this is robert city from the horror wjm podcast. I'm here to remind all you filmmakers out there that you know if you have a movie that you wanted to submit to a really really cool for film festival than checkout freakshow horror film festival in orlando just go to the website at freakshow film past dot com and you can get all the information you need to submit your movie. Freakshow horror film festival. Just go to freak show best dot com and get all the information that you need and tell them robertson. Yeah we're back with more horror vein on rum city host. I'm dan fisher and we're talking this week about the horror film phantasm to record by john. Kassir rally actually. It was written directed photographed and edited by don rally. Wow did you know time. Yes that this movie was head of three hundred thousand dollar budget. And it was independently financed. Yeah everyone on cast and crew were. Amateurs took him over year to film this movie. They've on weekends. Holy cow and then it took him another seven eight months of editing. Wow now i Know before in an which you can see in the film. The acting is not like the best right. It's actually really bad in pertz. I thought the little boy was amazing a lot but i think it's one of the most original horror films that i've seen when i first saw it. I was like what the hell was not expecting any of this especially the the ball flying around with a the nice coming right. That's awesome love that you. yes yes i Have you seen this movie before. I have a confession made. I've never seen fantastic all my god. Yeah so it's the first time seeing it. Wow it was something else i'm like. This is just bizarre in it. That's the word that came to mind bizarre. It's it's really a it's more of a sci-fi because if you think about it i guess it's basically plan nine from outer space. I'm like wait a minute. Robbers from outer space is really is but he's not like coming in spaceship he's coming inter inter dimensional inner dimensional right so he is like and then he shrinking these pd shrimps soft drinks down. Well he takes the bodies they shrink them down and then he sends them to planet to be slaves what they do and they never really explained. But and what. We're in the barrels. Those were the dwarfs that you shrunk down already. They were ready to be sent to the planet sent into the through the two beams or the to porzingis injured dimension into the other dimension. Yeah okay and the ones that were attacking the people We're not there are just all once you are shrunk down in your you put with that. Basically embalming fluid soon anybody that has like yellow out of them have embalming fluid. Come out of them okay right. I was wondering what they thought. They were like androids or sunday. Some bike from alien okay. So he has control over them so basically they're his slave so he can control them and they do all dirty word. I see now they get into more about what everything that's going on in the sequels especially three four and five. Did you know. yeah did you. There was fat. There's five films films. Yes have you seen them all. I've seen them all except for ravin. Which is the last one okay. And they are all on hulu except for phantasm to their on amazon to yeah well phantasm to basically was a big budget movie that universal put together. I i saw that in the theaters in the eighties. Did you like it. I remember liking it. But i haven't seen it since then so i don't know okay. I really noticed. I watched the trailers of the others. And i noticed that one guy is all the way through them. They got the pony tail. Yeah yeah he's all the way through him yeah but phantasm. Three and four are fantastic. They're they are really good movies. I mean compared to the first one. Really okay yeah you know. What is you know what else. I was surprised at The tall nine doesn't have a lot of lines. No he's a very good bad guy. he's perfect. I mean that it's funerals about to begin served. Longest line i know. Yeah his presence. Ingram i mean. He's great he's great nephew home. And you but you have to realize that this was in nineteen seventy nine. I can't belief that ninety seventy nine. These were all amateur filmmakers and made this movie. I can't believe that now. Did the director of this one go on to do any of the sequels he did. He did them all down. Because that's all that's all he did. That's all he was known for was the phantasm french law. Okay i mean it was like almost ten years before the second one came out. Yeah i saw that. Yeah i noticed i really. The only reason that phantasm got picked up. I got picked up by apcoa embassy pitchers which is in defunct For a long time but the only reason they picked it up was because of the success of halloween. Oh in this movie. Phantasm did fantastic and may twelve million dollars on a three hundred thousand dollar budget so it was no success. So why do you think. They waited so long for the sequel. I don't know well the thing was is that don castle early Thought that that was it. He didn't think it was. You know deserve the second one because he all that you see the tall man at the end. And he didn't think that There was a sequel to it and then universal saw the amount of money that it made said. Hey let's make a second one. You know right. Write a script and he was like. I don't know where to go. It's basically so. He finally got the idea to turn it into a road movie. And that's in any started going into more about what the tall man was doing and taking over the planet with. You know ravaging different graveyards i see. Yeah into it. Turns into an apocalyptic movie where. He's just ravaging different graveyards for bodies. And i just love how they you know like something strange is going on at the funeral home. You know what i mean like. You don't know what the hell it is. You don't know what's going on. You know you see them. Pick up the casket by himself. And you know it's like what you're discovering who was.

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"1979" Discussed on Horror Vein

Horror Vein

06:02 min | 1 year ago

"1979" Discussed on Horror Vein

"I mean he told me added the fuck. Are you talking about a bobblehead. Jet have this. I'm i'm a bobblehead collector. I don't know if you knew this. Above so i go to learn holy shit. I go to the cubs games and the hawks games in a bubble hood enthusiasts. Yeah and i. And i get the free bobblehead giveaways right so we only i pick the games where they're giving out so as the lights on the case. And so my mom. My mom went to a milwaukee bucks game. This is when my sister and brother-in-law were living in madison. They'd have since moved but they went to a bucks game and they're very very popular very famous player johnny. Janice he's from from greek. The greek freak grease. I think he's from greek. He's from greece and Anyway the one of the game they went to they were giving away. Mvp bobblehead of him and my mom was like well. You know i got it. But i'm not a milwaukee bucks fan. It was nice to get but if you can get any money for c. I'm on these facebook pages where you trade buy sell. Trade bobbleheads is in a baseball team. What is ball basketball okay. I'm trying to figure out. So i listed it on one of the anyway. I don't either. But i you know i i listen to it on one of the pages and would you know this guy from italy affected me really yeah felt. I'm shipping it to from greek man. It's from greek is from greek. Get into the greek rewrite. Which i've never seen but that is the way the way it's going to be going through. Customs has yet alarm journey ahead of it. It's gonna go beyond. Yes so you get like in six months. Here's the thing about the bobble pages a rico. It's all on the honor system. So you know you know you're actually getting until you get. Well no no. But here's the thing so they pay you. I the people that are interested pay you. I either pay pale zell. Whatever and then you ship it right can like but if you if you if you screw somebody over you're done you're dot you will never buy stolen trade ever again. That's the thing they will. I'll my god and i've seen it. I've seen it happen. I've seen people that have screwed people over. And they blast their name all over the ages of. Don't do business with this guy all yet. They're gone. They're absolutely done. So that's why you're going to get your what you want. That's exactly right. That's why it works. 'cause i sense yeah like there's been guys that trade i'll trade you this one for this one i get mine. That's not wondering ordered motherfucker. Guy doesn't ship his. Oh yeah and so he gets blackballed he gets he gets ousted. He's done you're done. Yeah you're over pal that's it. It's it's it's like this whole subculture of people. It's like a big family. It's it's a lot of fun but that's my little. I get nerd it out a little bit out on. Everybody's got their little thing that they do so that's mine so know new all these years. I'd no idea rent bobbleheads out. It's just within the last two or three years. Well that's probably why after we won the world series s. That'll do it. Yeah yeah. I wanna see the kobe's heads bouncing all over the place Did you hear about you you epstein. Yeah is leaving. Yeah we all knew that was coming. We own ducks. Go step down. Yeah they're going to do. He's done in jet. Jed hoyer taking his place then. I don't know who's going to do his job but yeah so well aged horrors good but yeah so. I don't know who's going to we're still going is probably going to I dunno fritzy said. No chicago's own. We have no plans on non moving. And i'm like well better not be so sorry guys we're gonna talk a little bit of base base to pull down for a second on. Let me tell you something about theo. Epstein okay theo epstein. He did you know. He brought the coast in the world series. Two thousand sixteen now. He after after that he went against everything that he built the cubs team to win the world series. He sold off the entire farm system to get all these other players. We've done that for since the last world series that we won and it doesn't work you have to build. You have to keep their farm system up. I know i'm sorry. You have to wait another six right now. it's i notice. If he didn't do that right we would be coming up into like another two or three years. We'll be right back in it again. Yeah because.

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"1979" Discussed on Horror Vein

Horror Vein

08:07 min | 1 year ago

"1979" Discussed on Horror Vein

"No okay now and then those the ending quote unquote before the end to end. You know what. I'm saying like the the scenes right before the very end that you see at the beginning. I don't know if i cared for that. Too much It was it was bizarre. I liked. I liked it. And i didn't. I don't wanna give too much away. But i like the film. I love that kind of cat and mouse chase. You know doesn't male or female than bother me which you ever it is but the fight for survival and then you know trying to set the traps and you know and then turn the tables on these people that are trying to capture. You kidnapped you tortured all that kind of stuff you know i loved it and i love the premise. You know she was at the wrong place at the wrong time. And you know they they. They kidnapped her. They found her camera on the okay. Well then we can't let this you know what i'm saying so it all made sense all tied together but i just didn't like elect. Let's show you the end like can you talk. You mentioned brian depalma. So what are the some of the. Brian depalma movies. That you can think of when it comes to mind off. Hannah's carlito's way because it starts off with the end. Yeah brian that you never seen carlito's way include Oh come on is that Who's in that. You have to look it. Up chino pacino. Yeah childcare okay. Lot of stars us stars. It's a kind of a gangster type movie and it's great. It's great been tested. And then you like the irishman to write a great movie. Okay i got hours of but it's a yeah i did. I saw that. And i'm like what's the running time i know you said four law goes like it's a tour movie does it really. It's amazing it's martin scorsese's wanna pull that off okay. And it's about john gotti no no. It's about hoffa. Jimmy hoffa jimmy hoffa jimmy off. Okay yeah bregman that vaults at didn't travolta try to play jimmy hoffa don't know but it was really bad. See that's probably why you don't even know about awesome. Fuck that anyone he did and it was just horrible and it didn't go it just it just dropped like a rock. It was bad because jimmy. Hoffa's going around gone. You hit my hair my hair as long time on my hair travolta then you know forget it But as from saturday night fever. Great movie so did you see anything else or no. I did okay. It's not really a horror film although people say it is a parasite parasite which one you know. Best pitcher last year for me awards when everything one best raw. That's how i know that name. Yeah the korean film titled yes so title. They're was talking about. And i'm like oh well it's on. It's on hulu hulu for three days for freeze. i'm like. oh wow. Let me go crazy when we watch all the movies then all right so well i think again it was. Don't get me wrong. Good movie but i don't see it being best picture. Best pitcher really. This was best pitcher good. I mean it's it's it's good but i just. I think it was hyped. Too much to win all those awards. i don't know maybe they. What's the premise. the basically. It's just about a family of con-artist stat. Get into this house of this. Really rich family. They come into the father. Drive the husband around in your car and the mother of takes over you know being the made of the house and there to the daughter and the son are tutoring the kids. So they're all making money off this family and they basically get the old you know people that the the people before them all fired so they can come in to make money. They're living in this like sub apartment and a third. They don't have any money and There had a know this rich family. How do they get. The son gets introduced. The son gets his job offer to tutor this girl and then it goes from there and he and they go. Let's do the do this big con and they all get into the house and the whole family gets okay. And then the they get the the previous people fired and then of course they. They're nuts and find out that her husband of the the previous made her husband's living in the sub basement that no one knows about for for like years and it just it goes from it. Goes crazy from there so the rich families nuts. They're crazy rich families like they're they're fine. It's just the people that are crazy are the former employees. The old made the farmer employees. Okay not the new people in it because they find it because the old employees find out about the khan and they start to try to hold them hostage because they hate videotape of them. They're like we're going to send us to those people. And i mean it's a good movie. Don't get me wrong. But i just didn't see it as a movie. That would winning all those award winning. But i don't know what it was up against wanted. It resent last year. Because last year. I i forget what it was up against two but okay maybe the films were good but i mean again i mean i hate reading subtitles but i. I think that takes away from the movie to when you have to read the subtitles. You don't really get the one from that. You know when. I think of and i. I think i've mentioned this before. And i'd love free to see. I know you're not big on subtitles. i'm not either but it's a movie called them and it's a home invasion movie but it subtitles but i loved talking about. I think it's either friends sure. Yeah might be french But it's you know the spirit. It's been donna lot but if you do it right it's it's great man They really well. So you have no idea who's messing willies. This couple they decide to go on a little romantic getaway to this a summer cottage. Or what have you in the middle. You know it's that same similar formula but It's great disparities. These people don't know who they are the Start messing with them. And it's really good. But it's subtitled. But i didn't mind if it's a really it's really good. No i don't mind it but it's just like oh my god talk. I want to concentrate on the acting. I can't because i'm reading. I takes a wet. And that's why i didn't like it much as it. Maybe it is a better movie than than i thought because i was reading the subtitles but but anyway So you were telling me before. We started the pockets about a bobblehead. That's gonna shoot itemises..

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"1979" Discussed on Horror Vein

Horror Vein

08:20 min | 1 year ago

"1979" Discussed on Horror Vein

"We love you guys. we do. Actor screaming into microphones. I know you are very excited. Okay we're back ladies and gentlemen. This is horror vein robert. Mercedes' your home don fisher and this week were talking about the incredible film phantasm. Yes and before we get into that. Nineteen seventy-nine seventy nine. Yes you are correct on that. Look yeah you seventy nine. Oh yeah yeah. We'll get into that. I can get into ten. Who i don't even remember you rabin ten holy. No no on. That was that ogden. So so i was in high school. Yeah seventies baby. Yeah right just made the sixties ran some days. I just wanna get into a time machine telling him. And i a time machine what time just go back and just different types social media. You picked up the phone. We'll get into this. But i was thinking that when i was watching a movie. I'm like you know that was such a simpler time. When you're watching phantasm to me too. Absolutely yeah so we can. We can touch on netflix. Anyway you had the eh news or something where we're going to say. Yeah well i actually. I watched I watched another horror film. I get to holy shit i know. Wow yeah well i'll go. I'll go. I i go ahead Lewis called the lodge. Seeing that. I heard about it. Yes yeah it's on amazon or hulu actually came out in two thousand nineteen. Yeah it's brand new. I mean fairly recent. Oh let me check this out. I'm still trying to decide whether or not. I like it or not really. Don't get me wrong. it's very well done. It definitely different. The way shot very realistic. Okay but it just seemed kind of long because nothing. I mean stuff but it doesn't like there's like an action movie. They're like stuck in this cabin. What's the gist. what's the Basically not to give too much away without giving anything away but it's about this Family the mother Ends up dying and the father you know gets remarried or is trying to get remarried. And he's trying to get the his new potential wife to like his kids and his camp You know because they were divorced or were getting divorced before she died. They didn't like her to begin with because she thought that they anyway. But the kids didn't like her so the father has this brilliant idea to to stay in this in their cabin for a couple of days while he works so they could get to know each other the new the bride to be in the kids. Yes okay stuck in this cabin in the middle of a snowstorm. They don't have a car. It's no way to get out there miles from anything. Now where's he at. He's miles away. He's miles away at his job and just stuff like that. That just really didn't make sense. That i was kinda like And then and then i he have to watch the movie because if i go into you just spoil the whole movie way okay. So that's the just now and then kinda things happen at after. It's it's very well done. It's not like your typical. It's not like a balls out horror film. More kind of a psychological thriller thriller. Because it's just kind of a slow. It's a slow burn. It never really gets going and then when you get into it and find out what actually happened. You're kinda like i saw that coming. So i don't know we. Did you feel a little. let down. yeah. I was expecting something different. I think that's the whole problem was with me at least in and it was a bad movie it was very well done but Just kinda slow from my taste any director like that. You knew or anything. It's a new guy and he did. I think it was two people that directed to what they did again. I mean it was just very well shot. it was very well done. Very well directed. Well then the actors did okay and the The one the one boy. That's in it. He was from it. He was in the movie. It he was the kid that stuttered. Wow so he's he's really good in it in. The film to kids are really good. If they weren't the film would've fell apart but it really would have been be. That's i know i know. So that is. I guess it depends on your mood and whatnot movies. Yeah i would definitely recommend seeing it on hulu so check it okay. So all right. That's my two cents okay. I saw a movie called ravage ravage. Yes why do we know that movie. amazon. I don't have an i. I liked it a lot. it would. It's a thriller so she is a nature photographer. And she's out in this rural remote area and she's just taking pictures of nature you know and she comes across a crime that's happening and basically these people are torturing this man and she takes pictures. He's horrified but she's she's like i got. I got a document. I got a record. A you know. Somebody's got to know about this so she takes pictures and Then she gets captured by these people and then she left. Yeah well at something ahead of that kind of a flavor but she escapes and now. It's about her survival and not you know it's them trying to track her down and she's she's really sharp. I love what she did and You know how she her elusiveness and how she attacks these guys that are coming after her and Sets traps and everything. I love that. The only thing that i didn't care for and i'm gonna get your take on this well. This doesn't give anything away. Because but i'm sure you've seen this in movies before. Okay what you just described his about like one hundred movies that just came. I go ahead so the beginning of the movie. They show her k. In a hospital room all bandaged up to an officer. So it's like the end of the movie begins with the end. I don't like that. There's only a couple of movies where that actually works really. Well yeah and. I'll tell you like brian depalma news. I don't like it because it's like okay. Now i know right. Yeah and. I know she survives right so it takes all the new so yeah just kind of. Let's say you're out of the balloon a little bit. You know what i mean. I just like okay. I just like that. So that took a winless. There's something that happens after after that after that when they go back at the end. Carry that forward right then. It works but then it works better at least for me in my amendment happened in this movie not.

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"1979" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew

Full Cast And Crew

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"1979" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew

"Let's move on to your latchkey TV clips. Because these were kind of fascinating to me. I can't believe no one had mentioned this one. Yet on the PODCAST. You're the first person to reference this brilliant brilliant theme. Aren't they love about this? And I didn't remember was like this whole narrative that you're given through the of what happened to Steve Austin. Yeah just perfectly encapsulated. It's like a little movie. This was such so perfectly made for ten year old. Oh yes just everything that I needed. Only play six million dollar man game shirt yard. Yeah since then I've been making the six million dollar man sound when I lift heavy things catch and this line coming up. Yeah show I comic build here. We have the technology we have. The technology is the catchphrase forever. I buy on it why you think this appeal to ten year old boy psyche. Oh God it just just just the idea of the idea that you're secretly you got something going on. I understand. He understands very strong. New Guys who Would pretend to be robots this Guy Wilfred pretended to be your robots and time right and sometimes you'd like to drop a hint like maybe you were on it to somebody Tracy Tracy Manning that one of your skull crusher to ask me Gordon bionic. Wow and I said I can't. I can't talk about that. I think ten year old and twelve year old boys. We want to be other. We want to be special in some way right. Yeah we're sort of. We're behind the curve in terms of emotional maturity compared to girls our age right well just. I needed to be perceived as being cool or mysterious show never really feel that way right but see. I think that's a very boy thing to like. Try to be perceived a certain way as opposed to just being comfortable in our own skin. Yeah I guess that's just not cool to being a comfortable in. He's gotta be. It's like when you think of the kids that were in your neighborhood that work like when I think now of the people that were in our neighborhood when I was a kid the ones that still have this quality. We're kind of together at eight nine seven years old like they knew who they were. They were comfortable in that and they didn't try to pretend to be anything else. That was not my story. I was trying to be anybody but who I was. Yeah it sounds like you were too but sure. I can't think of anybody who was normal that I knew no one at all. No one was normal. Nobody that I wanted to know us. Oh my God we can rebuild him we have the technology and this is also part of your DNA knowing you that. When I play this I was like this. That the six million this and the six million dollar man together and Phantasm. Those are like the three pinnacle axes of Gordon Ramsay. And you're about to hear one of them. This one's like sort of the PSYCHEDELIC. Having these go show now. What did you like about that show? Maybe because my dad's show out okay. I just I mean what's not to like about it. I know but it's just sort of like it's so it's not cool like six million dollar man. That's cool with that came later. I mean this show was I anything. That's as far away from reality isn't GonNa get you also liked. Yeah and I was willing to believe that a guy in a giant dog costume is really that dog. And it's like a like a little kid acid in a little kid asa true and similarly probably the same time was your next selection. This is probably like a similar back to back for you. Which is the monkeys.

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"1979" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew

Full Cast And Crew

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"1979" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew

"Did you ever see any of the Cannibal films like Cannibal Holocaust Lens Umberto Lenzi? These like Italian crazy Italian or kept topping vulture. You would get in on the act. And what's his name? Joe Martino and they would constantly try to up to the point where each other getting impaled on stakes and then eaten alive on us. John I want this material bird. All of it actually bought a lot of phantasm reminded me of George. Rousey cut an art film. Some of the shots are so definitely holy mountain kind of like it it. It just has a thing like it's just one of those things that has this unique quality. And and that's why I'm kind of amazed like it just seems like somebody at a studio through the seventy said. This guy can direct horror. Let's give him are a horror script where development on but it never materialized that he was offered things It was offered things but I mean some section book that I can't quite recall where he was offered like the second Freddie Krueger movie or something and he wasn't that interested in it. I don't know who was you know. He also talk a little bit in the book that there's some similarities between the Freddie Krueger Universe and what he did in Phantasm that dream. Yeah I mean you know the monster that lives in a dream and and definite alternative realities and all these things so I think there may have been some of that to sort of like. They're treading on the grounds compromises. Own Vision Yeah. Did you know that Michael Baldwin? Who Plays Mike? This blew me away because I this as a kid that he did voices for remember Mohammad-ali cartoon when we were kids so there was like you know Mohammed Ali Group of kids like fighting crime. Like a nineteen seventy seven cartoon called the adventures of Mohammed Ali. Ring a bell. You'll know this when I play a little bit for you here. That's wild anyway. Eight Michael One of the voices.

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"1979" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew

Full Cast And Crew

08:01 min | 2 years ago

"1979" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew

"That shot that that has stayed with me for thirty. Plus years around weirdness of how that Giger designed Space Jockey looks in that strange telescopic telescopic like chair slash right the vastness of the room. That's a haunting image that is manifest with so many things life death fossils ation. It's a IT'S A. It's a harbinger of things to come because the space jockey has a bone boroughs out of his chest. And it's like a great painting where you're like. What am I looking at? What's the story here? And you're and you're left to wonder because they never they never explain. You never understood really where the alien came from all around growing up. I thought one of the strengths of this entire franchise was that. How harsh and and and horrifying would a world need to be where you have to evolve this kind of reproduction system to to avoid being killed like able able to regenerate we all of these things like wow space is actually terrifying plate? Yeah okay. Maybe there's green aliens out there that have laser guns and stuff but this is beyond Rondo. This is this is. This is biology. This is you know like just the universe not caring if you live or die and that's a lot of again what makes what makes and again just from looking at it just for what it does not. No one is saying that any weight. But you're just left to think about it and like it makes your mind go places like movies up to that point hadn't done. I think you're so right. And I think that speaks to the genius of Hans Rudi Gear whose artwork Combatti's everything you just said just at a glance you had look at these drawings. They have a a black rubber metallic sheen of of of automation and mechanical nature. Yet they also have an extremely primal vaginal. PENILE eroticism awesome. They have a brutality but they have beauty. I did some drawing so Ridley Scott. I liked Mike to have the exterior landscape. Space Chalky the exile Exterior Interior Korea alien surroundings and. That was very happy to do that because I could not so limited it's inconceivable inconceivable that he didn't do what he did in this movie the movie would simply not be what it is without Gig irs completely fucked up and unique doc and brilliant view. The guy on the set of the space jockey was actually freaking hand. Airbrush the entire fucking thing you know. He wanted it to be that that level of menace that you're talking about but also that sense of beauty like when I see the space jockey I do WanNa the no more than I did. I do and it's amazing that you can watch alien and not no wait. Was He delivering these things or he crashed here and got one of these things got into him and left all these eggs and is and is just lying in wait and it's his last dying act was to say stay away from here right which of course ash and the computer deliberately misinterprets as in. SOS Beacon to your point about the later films the Prometheus and what's the other one can even alien coming. Yeah I mean I think that it was a worthy sequel topic to get into where it came from and had this whole. All team been assembled again and been able to do that with a worthy script. I think that would have been good to do but see having seen Prometheus I let's put it this way I sat through prometheus and I never bothered to see covenant I it didn't feel it's didn't feel like an alien movie it felt like very slick assigns Movie granted but and and it was more about like the origin of mankind and religion than it was about men verses the Universe Jason Aliens and survival and all that stuff that that the original sort of slate of movies were released got admits you know by the way he. He borrowed a lot of ideas. That didn't make it into the original alien for the subsequent movies like The pyramid That was in the original screenplay abandons whatever right in which they ended up going into in I think prometheus if I remember where the space jockey is exactly what the space jockey is all that all that that kind of stuff and to me I do WanNa know more but like it's better to not know especially something frightening. It's better to not know you're not like I don't want to know why why you know. Jason Voorhees comes back from the dead. He does use us. Well I was GONNA ask you if you thought because I think that alien is a particularly good example of how crass and poor sequel izing can be in success like none of the Alien Films Subsequent Excellent Alien Have Hold Anything near candle to it. Aliens might be entertaining as a different type of movie but really has nothing to do with this movie. Yeah you could you with aliens. You could swap out granted the alien the creature you have for another set of creatures absolutely however the character Ripley being a strong smart You know resourceful. I think her character in alien much more. I think they round around her out. Much more on your your more invested in her and she becomes more person in her journey in. That movie is fantastic. And it's much more sort of emotional oceano movie then alien but that's the only sport Aaron is a is a is a designed dark ride of of nonstop sort of like thrills aliens the ends is more of a woman woman kind of movie ultimately it's mom against mom and as an action movie on a huge scale scale so it's a completely different right. What I'm saying is once once it becomes a property and we start figuring out how to make money off of it and do sequels it? It always loses. Something I'll have to do is the most recent star wars movie to see that thing Peter out. Well we'll discuss that and another thing I want to hit on is Jerry. Goldsmith's score for the movie and the which which again is another contentious element because Jerry Goldsmith himself. Seems like a pretty funny and contentious guy who has like many composers extremely strong opinions about how his music should be used and should not be used a wrote very vice main title. It was this mystery lyrical mystery. It didn't go over too well and Really are had major disagreements over that so then I subsequently wrote a new main gene title. which was the obvious thing? Weird and strange and which everybody love and I didn't love very and consequently I kept getting Kudos three years after him. The main Tyler wrote for alien which was not exactly my choice and the original and I wrote to me like a data right at the ultimate wanted to go about five minutes to write. I had written a much more orchestral kind of sweeping classical music piece to go there. Which of course they didn't like and didn't work but one of the the uses of his music that I find so emotionally powerful is when they first begin their descent to the Alien Planet? And just this music cue here which I want to play for you. As the the ship makes an elegant turn to get ready to land I think is such a great example of the brilliance of Jerry. Goldsmith's music throughout this movie money safe. Let's take.

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