35 Burst results for "1981"

Kim Githler Discusses What to Do With Money in Biden's Economy

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:11 min | Last week

Kim Githler Discusses What to Do With Money in Biden's Economy

"Guys, I'm happy to welcome to the podcast a new guest. This is Kim gitler. She's the founder of the money show. In fact, money show has been going since 1981 and over 40 years she's been a very influential financial educator with investors with traders with financial advisers with ordinary citizens as well. She has been honored by the New York Stock Exchange. In fact, she's had a chance to ring the closing bell and I Kim, welcome to the podcast. Thanks for joining me. Great to have you. Boy, we're living in a little bit of a turbulent and rocky economy it appears. Talk a little bit about, I mean, should we be frightened that our accumulated savings over years or even decades is somehow going to go poof? Well, dinesh, first of all, it's an absolute pleasure to be on your program and to be a part of your program. You've done so much work for our community and the U.S. in your books in your movies in your commentary. So thank you for having me. It is a distinct pleasure. We have a lot of problems going on. There is no question about that. I've been in this business for 42 years, and I started with Louis Rukeyser. So many, many years ago, and of course the Forbes is also on our platform, as well as Larry kudlow, and many of the phenomenal economists that we all follow. And we have seen in this Biden economy, first of all, an administration that has no experience in business whatsoever. Their policies have hurt this country dramatically, especially in the fossil fuel area. You know, they should take the fossil fuel issues that we are having, obviously, with climate change and some of the issues that they're trying to advance. And do it in a very modulated, careful way, and instead they're radically making changes that are affecting our consumers today in not a good way.

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 Taurean Blacque, actor on 'Hill Street Blues,' dead at 82

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 2 weeks ago

Taurean Blacque, actor on 'Hill Street Blues,' dead at 82

"An Emmy nominated actor who was one of the stars of hill street blues has died His name taurine black TV viewers in the 1980s will remember him as the street wise detective Neil Washington on hill street blues He was there throughout the show's run and his work earned him an Emmy nomination for best supporting actor in 1981 He was also in Sanford and son what's happening good times and taxi Black has died at the age of 82 after a brief illness black had two biological sons and adopted 11 children in 1989 president George H. W. Bush named him a national spokesman

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Who Is Author, Lawyer and Solider Kurt Schlichter?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:57 min | 3 weeks ago

Who Is Author, Lawyer and Solider Kurt Schlichter?

"For those who are new to our show and we are ever growing, we are over 3 million listeners right now plus all the viewers on the OTT on rumble, et cetera. Let's have a little praise. Who is colonel K? Where does he come from? And why did you say to us, I love it, that your Chiron has to say author lawyer and soldier. Well, it's kind of my CV look. I am just, you know, I'm really a child of the heartland because my parents were both from Pennsylvania. And then my dad, after his time in the navy, and my mom, time as a social worker and a teacher, he joined Procter & Gamble. And I was born in Cincinnati, Ohio. And everyone there is very genuine open and honest. And of course, I didn't fit in there. By popular demand, I was sent to California. I grew up in the California suburbs, the suburbs of San Francisco. Which are now very liberal and very rich, but when I was there, it was a land of single-family houses, a station wagons, good schools, governor Ronald Reagan, was there. And I am a kid of the real California, the sunny California, the palm tree, California. The one that we consider to be a Paradise way back when. Exactly, but the most important thing was there were never any limits on what you could do. It never occurred to me that I could not do what I wanted. You know, soldier author, lawyer, I want to be a lawyer. So I did. I wanted to be a soldier, so I did. I wanted to be a writer. So I wanted to be a stand up comic. So I did and it never occurred to me that it was beyond my reach because that's the power in the optimism of California. And that's what Reagan brought to The White House in 1981. And it was, he had the only guy happy about Joe Biden is the guy that president Reagan replaced. Right. Because now Jimmy Carter is not the worst president last time. Correct.

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US inflation surges again in June, raising risks for economy

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 3 weeks ago

US inflation surges again in June, raising risks for economy

"Inflation has hit a new four decade high And the bid do tame it could drop the economy into a recession Boy you know I have not heard a 9 something inflation rate for a very long time But Crescent capitals Jack aberlin says it's here 9.1% The biggest yearly hike since 1981 The increases are in nearly every corner of life grocery price is up 12.2% the most since 1979 Airline tickets up 34% unleaded gas prices have risen 61% over the past year We just don't know where the end of inflation really is And Avalon says the Federal Reserve will have to keep aggressively boosting interest rates to slow inflation which in turn boosts the chances of a recession Washington

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Inflation Rose 9.1% in June, Even More Than Expected

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:58 sec | 3 weeks ago

Inflation Rose 9.1% in June, Even More Than Expected

"Inflation surged 9.1% last month. It's the highest since 1981, economists are calling it an alarming surge, but you know, what about the Proud Boys, Liz Cheney, right? We got the Proud Boys to deal with. January 6th, insurrection, coup. Yeah, you stick to that. You keep doing that Democrats. Maybe you bang that January 6th, select committee drum loud enough, somebody's going to listen. I've got a viciously never Trump buddy. And I just sometimes my heart aches for him. He's so enamored with this. Did you see the hearings yesterday? Did you see it? He said, it's really something to watch. And I was trying to be playful with him a little bit. I said, did Liz Cheney save democracy yet? I missed it. How'd it go? I don't think he found the humor in my response.

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 US inflation reached a new 40-year high in June of 9.1%

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 3 weeks ago

US inflation reached a new 40-year high in June of 9.1%

"Today's consumer price index report finds U.S. inflation reached 9.1% in June a 40 year high The latest figures from the bureau of labor statistics finds inflation rose 9.1% last month from a year ago The biggest 12 month increase since 1981 That's up 1.3% from May and a bigger jump than many economists had forecast U.S. job growth has been strong but high prices for gas food and housing are outpacing incomes putting a crunch on family budgets and hurting consumer confidence Federal Reserve president James bullard tells the AP that to cool inflation another large increase in the key interest rate is likely If the meeting was today I would support the 75 basis point move There are some indicators the economy is already slowing consumers have started to pull back on spending In factory output slipped in May one good bit of news gas prices have fallen from the eye watering $5 a gallon reached in mid June to

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Consumer inflation is expected to have been even hotter in June, but it could be peaking

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 3 weeks ago

Consumer inflation is expected to have been even hotter in June, but it could be peaking

"A government report to be released this morning is expected to show inflation at a 40 year high Ahead of the release of the government's latest consumer price index data provided by facts that suggest that prices rose 1.1% from May to June with half of that gain from groceries and gas economists forecast the annual inflation rate is up to 8.8% The biggest annual increase since 1981 Job growth is strong but soaring prices have outpaced incomes The Federal Reserve has already indicated that to cool inflation and other large interest rate increase is coming Now we have lots of inflation

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Hinckley says he's sorry for shooting that wounded Reagan

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last month

Hinckley says he's sorry for shooting that wounded Reagan

"The man who shot and wounded president Ronald Reagan in 1981 has made a public apology I'm Ben Thomas with details John hinckley junior says he doesn't remember and doesn't want to remember the emotions he was feeling when he fired the shots that wounded president Reagan paralyzed his press secretary James Brady and also wounded a police officer and a Secret Service agent Ben 25 hinckley was suffering from acute psychosis when he undertook the assassination attempt Appearing on CBS mornings his first TV interview since his release from court supervision hinckley says he does feel remorse for all the lives his actions affected He says he realizes those people probably can't forgive him now but he still wants them to know he's sorry I'm Ben Thomas

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Supreme Court Rejects Maine's Ban on Aid to Religious Schools

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:01 min | Last month

Supreme Court Rejects Maine's Ban on Aid to Religious Schools

"The Supreme Court just issued an important decision. It's Carson versus Macon. And it's a decision in that arises out of Maine. I've talked about the case before, but the court, very good decision, 6 to three with all the 6 conservatives on the one side, the three familiar leftists, Breyer, sort of my R and Kagan in dissent, and it all revolves around an argument about separation of church and state and argument that is, I think itself based on a misnomer, but I'll get to that. Here's what's going on. The state of Maine apparently Maine does not have a fully functional public school system throughout the state. And so what Maine does is they offer tuition assistance, basically kind of a voucher or scholarships. For parents in districts that don't have their own public school. And what they tell these parents is, you can choose a school and send your child to any school of your choice. So it's basically a private school voucher program offering the same benefit that parents get who send their kids to public schools. Now, until 1981, parents in Maine could use these vouchers to send their child to a private or a private religious school, but in 1981, based upon an interpretation of separation of church and state, the main attorney general basically said, you can't use public funding to fund scholarships that go to religious institutions. And so main, going all the way back to 1981, stopped funding parents sending their kids to religious schools. And this is the case that is now gone. Well, think about it 40 years later. Before the Supreme Court. And the court basically said this is absurd.

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 NYC guitar concert by Hinckley, who shot Reagan, is canceled

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last month

NYC guitar concert by Hinckley, who shot Reagan, is canceled

"A John hinckley concert that was scheduled for next month in New York has been canceled The market hotel in Brooklyn made the announcement on social media citing very real and worsening threats and hate the 67 year old Hank Lee shot and wounded president Reagan in 1981 He was found not guilty by reason of insanity and Wednesday was freed from federal court oversight In recent years hinckley has released songs on Spotify and posted videos of himself singing and playing a guitar on YouTube Public performances by hinckley that were scheduled for Chicago and hamden Connecticut already had been canceled before the market hotel made its announcement I'm Mike

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We Have Moved From Inflation to Stagflation

Mark Levin

01:53 min | Last month

We Have Moved From Inflation to Stagflation

"U.S. retail sales declined in May as inflation stings consumers The producer price index is through the roof again As has the cost of manufacturing So we've now moved from inflation to stagflation as I explained the other day Where the economy is now stagnating Thinking about all these phony experts I'm telling you what's going on I'm seeing it you're feeling it you're living it We don't need statistics coming out of Washington I'm telling you what's happening Inflation drives up the cost of things drives down the value of your of your money it also creates shortages When Ronald Reagan was president and he was faced with this after winning the election against Jimmy Carter Volcker would increase the rates and Reagan knew he had to On the monetary side but then Reagan slashed taxes the greatest tax cuts in history Across the board That occurred in August Of 1981 So what Reagan was doing is he was trying to create production economic vitality A strong consumer market While the fed was trying to strengthen the value of the currency And ring inflation out of the system

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John Hinkley Jr. freed from court oversight after decades

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | Last month

John Hinkley Jr. freed from court oversight after decades

"The man who shot and wounded president Reagan in 1981 has been freed from court oversight After concluding decades of supervision by legal and mental health professionals John hinckley wrote on his Twitter account quote after 41 years two months and 15 days freedom at last The lifting of restrictions had been expected since last September When U.S. district judge Paul Friedman said he planned to free Hank Lee in June if he remained stable At that time hinckley's attorney Barry Levine said his client was doing well I think John has done exceedingly well over a long period of time This disease is in full remission He's done nothing dangerous Friedman says hinckley has shown no signs of active mental illness since the 1980s and his exhibited no violent behavior are interest in weapons Mike Hempen Washington

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Inflation Is Out of Control!

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:49 min | 2 months ago

Inflation Is Out of Control!

"Inflation is out of control. It is now at 8.6%. The highest level in 40 years, going back all the way to 1981, the beginning of the Reagan years. And we see it in gas prices, yes, $5 a gallon in some cases more. But we also see it in prices across the board. That's partly because energy prices affect other things, but it's also partly because those things are independently rising. Quite apart from energy. Debbie and I were in the grocery store, just yesterday, I guess. And a guy just kind of came up to us and was kind of talking to us about how everything is ridiculously expensive. Turns out he's a truck driver, and he was like, listen, if gas prices continue to go up, he goes, I'm hearing they could go up to ten, maybe $15 a gallon, which even took me a little bit by surprise, but he's like, if that happens, he goes, I can't drive my truck. He goes, there's no way for me to continue to keep that viable. And he goes, and you have no idea how essential trucking is. And this would essentially put trucker is out of business. And so he was worried for himself, but I was in some ways even more broadly worried about what's happening to society. And the way in which the social fabric is being just rendered by all this. And by the way, yeah, no Debbie's like, you know, it's not like a dinesh, I liked your movie. He had no idea who we were. He was actually just making conversation. But he was in a way politically not un savvy because he said, you know, he goes, he was in his 50s and he goes, well, I don't remember this since the Carter years. And so he was sure enough to be able to make that connection and probably also in his mind, although he didn't say explicitly, you know, Democrats and competent Democrats, Jimmy Carter, and now incompetent Democrats under

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

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 2 months 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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The Criminalization of Policy Differences With Paul Kengor

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:01 min | 2 months ago

The Criminalization of Policy Differences With Paul Kengor

"Paul, as somebody born here, did you ever expect to see a political adversary of an administration who hasn't killed anybody, is not a drug lord, be handcuffed at Reagan airport and put in leg irons to be physically transported by the federal agents to hinckley's cell in the bowels of the FBI. Did you did you think that was ever possible? Yeah, it's really shocking, isn't it? And Hank Lee sell right about the time that hinckley has been released recently released. It was unconditional release. Here we are 41 years after he shot Ronald Reagan. And what bothers me too is, in fact, taking this back to, well, again, the Reagan years, it was with the Iran contra hearings, trying to think who used this term at the time. It might have been Ed meese, who talked about the criminalization of policy differences. Yes. And this is something that the liberals have been doing. And in fact, here, it grows city college just this past week. We had one of our fellows in the institute for faith and freedom, Jay cost. And I know you've read Jake costs, he writes for RealClearPolitics, Washington examiner, national review. He's an expert on James Madison. And he was talking about Madison and the art of compromise. And how politics people make fun of politics being all about compromise, but really that's kind of a virtue of politics in a democracy is that you do have compromise. So parties learn how to compromise and their differences. In fact, Ronald Reagan in 1981, August 13th, 1981, got his enormous federal income tax passed with tip O'Neill and the Democrats overwhelmingly controlling the House of Representatives. The Washington Post called it the most remarkable example of bipartisan cooperation in politics in generations.

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'Donkey Kong defense' arises at Bill Cosby sex abuse trial

AP News Radio

01:34 min | 2 months ago

'Donkey Kong defense' arises at Bill Cosby sex abuse trial

"Could the title of a video game tilt the Bill Cosby sexual assault case in favor of the comedian The Twinkie defense the affluenza defense and now the donkey Kong defense is coming into play this time in the Bill Cosby sexual assault case and attorney for the comedian for us to key witness over her previous statements about which arcade game she was playing when she and plaintiff Judy hoth were in the Playboy mansion with Bill Cosby as teens in 1975 huff alleges that she and Donna samuelsson were playing video games in a large room with a bedroom next to it both in a 2014 police interview and a 2016 deposition Samuelson said she was playing donkey Kong Cosby's lawyers no donkey Kong did not come out until 1981 6 years later As to explain the discrepancy Samuelson answered I got the name wrong Samuelson and the jury was shown a photo of the game room that was taken in 2016 there of donkey Kong game could be seen and Samuelson was asked for the similar photos taken after 1975 could have affected her memory and testimony Samuelsson replied that she had not seen that image until the 2016 photo was shown to her in court during testimony last week Cosby's attorneys plan to argue to the jury that the discrepancy should undermine the case against the comedian Cosby's attorneys feel that if the jury believes samuelsson was lying about the title of the video game it would undercut her testimony that Cosby approached her from behind and put his hands on her shoulders and testimony from hoth that the comedian forced her to do a sex act on him A Moscow's Gabrielle

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1945: Could Israel Destroy Iran’s Nuclear Facilities in a Strike?

Mark Levin

01:50 min | 2 months ago

1945: Could Israel Destroy Iran’s Nuclear Facilities in a Strike?

"I'm looking here At a piece by 1945 dot com Military site And I'm thinking well we're not going to destroy We're not going to be able to destroy these sites or this site because Biden won't do it Millie won't do it Austin won't do it So could Israel do it on its own Maya Carlin in this publication over the years Israeli military officials have hinted At the countries of and by the way you put noids in the media and the different parties I would think you would support this right Right Over the years it's really military officials have hinted at the countries ability to strike Iran's nuclear facilities if necessary The Jewish state has led successful operations in the past Striking nuclear facilities in Iraq in 1981 and searing 2007 While Iraq and Syria closely positioned to Israel Iran is 1000 miles away The distance between Israel and Iran remains the most challenging obstacle for this type of operation But Israel's arsenal of long-range fighters And its potentially nuclear capability intermediate range ballistic missile Would lead to an effective operation In February the Israeli government estimated that the Islamic Republic of Iran was merely four to 6 months away from achieving a nuclear breakout

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US Inflation Climbed to 8.5% in March, Highest Rate Since 1981

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:03 min | 3 months ago

US Inflation Climbed to 8.5% in March, Highest Rate Since 1981

"When we contemplate Biden stayed at the union and W and I have been talking in the last couple of segments about the border. On the border is an issue that people can see, you know, you see it on social media. You see what's going on and sometimes in the news. But it doesn't affect everybody directly because most of the country is not on the border. So unless you live in a border town in the Rio Grande valley or in the south of Florida or in California, sometimes that issue is less visible to you. But one issue that is very visible or at least experienced directly is shortages. And inflation. And wow, honey, look at this, this is the latest inflation by which, by the way, was 1.6% when Trump left office is now at 8.5% 14 months later. Yeah, well, I mean, it's the result of giving money away to people. I mean, you know, but all the money exactly, printing money that we don't have.

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"1981" Discussed on Horror Vein

Horror Vein

08:28 min | 1 year ago

"1981" Discussed on Horror Vein

"Nurse that mouth of the big monster and oh yeah it was shot like she's coming out like one part she'd come through the mouth in closed. And you look like king kong bundy just freaky shit now. Yeah i loved it rob. Yeah it's it's one of my favorites. It really is. It's i don't know. I don't know i think it's up there with black christmas and some of these older. You know films that. I just adore i i just. It's just a fun. Little horror film. It really is so it did You know It really did capture the time and i like that because Everything was really. It was realistic. Right from the start even with How the main characters interacting with parents with they want and then and then her go there like ethic and she goes into the phone booth to call and say i'm stating ryan overnight and i'm like. Oh yeah they don't have fucking cell phones now and that's one more reason why you know you can't call anybody. When you're you're you're trapped you know and like you said some of the doors are locked which don't know where it's just. Yeah it's just there's a lot of great elements to it. I just get you and then they work in everything even a lighter. He's working with the lighter and then of course he puts in his pocket and leans over too much falls a lot of and then i like how he just talked like okay. I know what you're there as all national about it like you know he's done this before that's right 'cause they had problems before people have disappeared due because he when he walks in and sees a body was phased by he's like. Oh you know we'll take care of ood. We'll blame it on the locals. That's right blaming yeah. I mean the only you was really upset about is that it wasn't a local or somebody kill one of us but somebody else you know. I'm like yeah. They got a good partnership there. He's you could've got hiker. Got your girl hundred bucks for this straight. Just the conversation Yeah it wasn't like any of the conversations any of the dialogue. I was like i wasn't i didn't go. I can't. I don't buy any of that shit. It just kinda was natural and it was stupid but it works you know and yeah and he what he wasn't that good of an actor. I don't think it would have worked. Even even the guy that was playing The creepy monster. He was really good. He had he had the actions down and It wasn't overplayed but you could tell the influence On of the movie from texas chainsaw. Because he tell that Tober like the deal with weird over the top character. Oh yeah and these carney's really worked and it was kind of like you know the family with in texas chainsaw whacked out of their minds like that so it. It really is a great movie for him to direct because he understands that character. How i think. That's where rob zombie. You got a lot of his influence because he tries to do the same thing as well. be he tries but i like house thousand corpses but then there's a certain point in the movie where it's kind of like i got. You lost me. Were devils rejects fan. I like how it's a totally different movie to me. I like i like house without a corpus because it has a obviously. It's halloween in the movie. And it's got the house and it's got atmosphere and your and blacks in it. I love karen black and okay and now there's just certain things that i like about it and then there's other things that just don't like about it but i but i was soon as i was watching us. I'm like hell fast. In house thousand courses thought of the whole film And i was like why health fast. Oh i know. I'm so i was nervous. I'm like i'm watching it going. I don't know frappes. Gonna take this. But i wasn't expecting to dig it. I was just kind of like i guess. Guess i'll watch us movie. Finally get this and then right from the opening was like what is crazy. It was like now outs halloween okay. He's wearing a mask and he pulls the knife. Okay now. he's going over to the shower. And i'm like well. It's kind of looks like psycho. Yeah that's right. And they have the same couple shots and psycho overboard on it. And then they had the closer shattered the of the belly and the knife. i'm like. Oh shit is he really going to stab know rubber knife. Okay that's cool. But then i'm like it's her brother and she's naked and what and she was awared she was. She was more concerned about him. Trying to stab him and he should be. But i was kind of like wisely. Frigging out that. He's in the bathroom out here. Yeah exactly sisters completely naked and right the not even phasing her a bit but it was just. I was but what i liked about. It is that it's set you up for the rest of movie. 'cause i was in comfortable i know in the movie. You're uncomfortable. yeah. I can get up and walk around because it's just i was thinking of you. And they were showing his room with the frankenstein the posters and share fucking cool. Awesome like they're going to run room and like oh cool kids taste. The kid was going to go out and like how sneak. Saudi climbs down verandah. And he's going to underneath the window. But i was like time because as kids walk down the street. Mill can't do that today not at all no way. It was fun. Yeah i i'm glad recommended and thank you sir. Yeah no it's if you haven't seen it was to our listeners. I mean it's it's a nice little gem a really. I always talked about these gems. And i just. It's it's i like a lot of toby. Hooper stuff and i we just discussed but good. It's good to discover You know movies that. I had missed in the eighties because it was great. It was the time for horror film. I'll yeah and there was a lot of gyms there that can no got passed over a couple of movies that have been trying to find That i want to recommend But soon as i find him i will. You want to reveal the names now or like ninety the creeps injury. Okay and the original knighted demons. Oh all right to really good eighty s or films okay. I wanted to see night of the creeps because once his name from The fog is in it His name the guy that was the father and creepshow in the oh atkins tompkins atkins. Tom atkins in the creep. Sounds like a movie okay. Okay so you're thinking about all right all right. Yeah i'll let you know what we're gonna do for next week tick next time. So hopefully i can pick a good movie that stands up to this one but hopefully i'm out of the negatives nyman the positive size. We'll see what happens. You're but y- kind of coming back. I'm on the upswing route. I'm on the upswing. So long as you know recommend don't pre to haven't seen it yet we shall see so. Yeah i know but So yeah that's it. For another horror vein. If you wanna get in on the horror vein mail you wanna have us read your you know question or comment. And the podcast rightous go to ordain dot com. Go to contact us and drop us a note. We love to hear from san we love. You couldn't do listening Go to our store. Tell your friends and what would be next week with more horror. Wien with your two favorite podcast. Who city so until next week folks. Stay.

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"1981" Discussed on Horror Vein

Horror Vein

07:13 min | 1 year ago

"1981" Discussed on Horror Vein

"Man. I could just smell the popcorn in the in the in the i love the i love carnivals. Do i go on those all those rides. No but we have a carnival. We have a festival. That diets didn't come this year. Unfortunately and it didn't come last year because a covert but we live next to a park and they have carnival every year and they have carnival rides and they have the booths now. It's not as elaborate as the movie you know that was really spread out and a lot more to it but they had a An old fashioned haunted house with the cars. Just like the fun house in the film. it's again it wasn't as elaborate or lengthy. or what have you. But it's a throwback to that date to that era when this was huge. this was the entertainer. This was the thing to do this. You went to the carnival. I mean this was a big deal and You know there's still like. I said they're still some around there. They have one near our house. It's it's not as cool as what this film but I just. I love doing that. You know that that feeling of your girl apprise at one of the games like the boyfriend hit the hammer on the hit. The bell and and the stuffed animal. I if you're a fan of that. Which i think a lot of people are in the show. Think you'll love this irish around till two wheel during the They're doing the crash cars. I was like oh yeah leading up to it. They didn't just go right to the funhouse. Yeah right all the jacked up animals. You know the boma god the standard the freak show with the with the animals was like two headed cow. boy how will you and lip tongues out everywhere and you're like what it just kind of it. It it it. It established the feeling established. Everything got you into the mood and so when you did get to the fun house you buy all that stuff even with the you know the the kids trying to have sex with this older lady for one hundred and it was like and then he ends up killing her. And you're like wow that's unexpected. Exactly right exactly right. Like what the book. And then then. And it was almost as your player in the carnival. It was the fortune teller. So now it's like what are you gonna do. You can't just easily replace her like how they how there was a big lady A- like how they set it off because they go the tiller and you're laughing at her and then goes out of your coming here breaker. I'm kill you bring him like holy shit but it totally believable. Yeah i could totally see going to a fortune teller with your friends. One of them getting their palm read and the other friends are sitting on the couch going. Oh my you know vickery. And plus through the on top of it you know. They've been doing drugs and they've been just yeah. I was like fuck. Yeah i mean. Everybody goes to these carnivals high or drunk roy moore having a good time and yeah Top of it. You got the little kid coming in. They're sneaking into the park. You know seeing what what's going on with a sister you know and then i was like at the beginning. They made it such a point that she was going to. You know get back at him for what he did prank waiting for that but the kid went through such traumatic experience at the at the fun house. I guess that was what he thought. Yeah yeah he's sitting. he's like looking at the. The fat woman tap was like the focal point of the whole funhouse ray ten. He's traumatized and his father going. What's wrong with you. What's going on what happened. What's going and i love that that she's trying to go. Hey i'm in here. We're stuck trying to fan here out man. I love that. That's great because that just gives you that whole isolation thing you're locked in. There's nothing you can do. I was like fucking freaking out. I was like. Yeah if i was in that situation her no they did. There's what can you do the surroundings. You've got these crazy looking girl. Yeah good lori this fucking crazy monster kid yeah it was around and the guy pulls a gun on him and i liked him as an actor. I thought he did a great choose. Hell yeah and he. He did the Wasn't the same guy. That was doing the yeah. He was doing the announcements or the animals. And all that same guy. Yeah yeah and then he showed up at the at the girl girly girl these things all right right right right right here. Just kind of set up and then he would look at her like it was all like he knew that they were gonna somehow end up at the phone house. Yeah it was like he was this whole. Because i thought it was weird in reminded me kinda like ups. Aspera would the main character with the same look and she kinda looked like girl from from henrietta. She did she was like why am i just like she looks. Mail your enemy realizing that the girlfriend the same girl. Maybe this no but could lord man. I'm so glad you liked it. Oh you hit everything in it. Man had monsters yet. It was realistic. I didn't care. I just was like i was so amazed that they could make a movie with hardly any plot and it's still worked. Great bubis in it. It was violent. It was scary. It was freaky ahead. Like oh shit. Yeah was cool. It was. I mean it's not you know it did have a couple of flaws. But i just i enjoyed it. I was like. I wasn't expecting anything from the film But i was like well it could either be one or the other because you know. Toby hooper i you know. Sometimes he's kind of hit or miss and it was obviously you know he was on top of his game on this one and i was like. Wow it's prize at this movie. Do better and got more exposure right but It i mean if you haven't seen the film. I man i totally would toby. If you like texas chainsaw massacre if you like the house thousand corpses yeah I i would recommend this movie. The influences that rob zombie head from this film. I is it the colors and the creepy characters. All those those animated and metron. I like this show you if you know. Because there's those those carnivals are unsafe man you know it's true those things are gonna blow up or a key thing is gonna fall off and the and the guys like pushing the cart going into the electric thing and they come around a corner whipping around new year. Run into each other on the speaker ryan. It's like there's no safety things. I don't know if there's a safety inspector and then he'd go in there and he's things are flying at ya and come down as big as it was creepy shit and there was some Some of the scenes to when she's coming out.

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"1981" Discussed on Horror Vein

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08:09 min | 1 year ago

"1981" Discussed on Horror Vein

"Fucking funhouse. Well what i. What i liked is that everything was connected so yeah. The lighter falls out of his pocket. I love that because how are they going to know. These people are spending the night in the fun house there in this office area clearly on the first level there on the second level but and then okay so now they know they're there now. You're thinking okay. Well they could come clean you know they could. Just say hey. We're staying the night but you know that didn't happen and then He steals the money does 'cause they thought they were gonna just get out real dat really. That was like okay the next level now. I knew you know that that whole thing was like okay. It's predictable. I could buy it. Because i know stupid. Fucking people like that. That do that with something like that. As soon as i saw the money. Go get your somebody's going to steal it and sure enough. It was dumb ass kid right. And i'll put a i bought. Everything is just it worked it And you know the one main current with the with the kid I really to I thought the disabled kid that was wearing the frankenstein mask yeah I thought they should have just left a mask on it so they took it off and they had the head it just really was. It was like way over the top for me. It didn't take me out of the film. And then it's an i understand because the early eighties and whatever and then this find out that rick baker did the makeup for it. Okay so so. But i i thought it was croupier with him. Wearing that mask. I mean the way the facial expression and then and then the film of course reminded me of a house of thousand corpses. I could see the influence there I it just. I dunno man it just and of course i thought of hell fest and and then i was like oh now we know why don really likes us film. He likes going to these types of events and it really in it. You know like hell fest. Health has captured the event really. Well and how come i lost you. I'm here okay. But it was. It was really interesting. So no i just again i just i loved and then the little kid you know. He's he's trying to like you. Like i said he's running east scared out of his mind you know. He's out of his element. He shouldn't even be there. You know as parents find out all that kind of stuff. I even liked when the girls called home. You know. and they're like they're lying to their parents. We're going to stay the friend's house and they ended like you said rob. I didn't do this kind of crazy show. I was a kid. You know pretty wild nothing like this though. But i i knew people that would do stuff like this and dad so realistic for me. And they didn't do anything stupid. In my opinion. I think that it was pretty smart. Throughout there was a couple of part. I mean the i don't know i found the funny. Because it was like the kid he gets hung and he gets torn brought up in the. He's in the car and he think somebody else in. He takes the exit put in his head. I was like wow. They really kill that guy gonna hacks in accident. I was like dying. But i really felt sorry for her because she falls through the floor and then she's like playing for life and then i like how they set the whole thing up with the knife's there and closer and yeah and then she finally stabs him but it doesn't have any effect on him and she just he just rips her part and was just laying shredder. It was And then the whole thing of yeah. It's multi level. You don't know the logistics of the funhouse in locked. Oh yeah i just when she would she towards the end of the film when she's down below with all the pulleys and the gears and the nfl films like that scene because it really built up the centrally while because she falls through the floor she has nobody get out and she's just waiting for this thing to come. You know right. And then he comes through a different way right. And you're like oh shit. Now what is he going to do. And i like the fact that she's scared out of her mind but she's still fights and Able to You know kinda survived the whole thing and And then toby hooper's way of directing the film Just really I don't know man it just it. It works for me. And i wasn't a lot of his later stuff that just wasn't as good but You know he. I think between this Movie in texas chainsaw. I think this is like his. You know some of his best work it worked for me. I mean i. i love poltergeist. But i know there's a big steven spielberg you know influence. Yeah yeah you know. This funhouse and texas chainsaw are really tober movies there. Oh yeah you know. What i was gonna say is at the We are talking about towards the end of the film when she's down below with the police and the and the belts and all that they they foreshadow. I think i'm using that term correctly. You with the gears and you feel like all right. This is how he's going to die now. what. I like. What they did is it is. That is what happened. But they didn't do it right away. And then when it did happened happened when it did happen his death. Oh he screaming. He's wailing he's caught in this thing. Oh my god. It's very violent. It's you know it reminded me that. toby hooper. Wanted that kind of feeling that you got at the end of check texas chainsaw when he's going nuts with the chainsaw at the swimming around right so it's the same thing with him he's going through and the all the electric's except i i i i thought it was gonna skewed it and and you thought that he did. Yeah yeah but that's not what happened. And then he goes into the in the gears. Yeah this is this. This guy is hard to kill. Yeah and i just. I love that. I liked what they did there. You know i'm thinking how much can you do. You know and you know. I like the build up and i like how they executed it. I really did. i like. I felt like she didn't need to be superhuman. She had like she felt like a crowbar and she hit him and then he backed. He backed into the electrical box. And what i loved. You have so much freedom with this funhouse. That's the other thing. I liked because it's old towel it's old and it's just it's just up to code and it's not up. There's a whole firing. Yeah you know just walking through it because you don't know which which is exactly right. It's felt the are top of the line. It's like okay. Wait just walk into an electrical now. That's what made it work there so much of a gap in the floorboards. You know when you're like yeah. This isn't designed to well. Yeah and then like you said i mean. It's not up to code. This is a traveling colonel. I mean you know it's the but the atmosphere when you see the The dallas that they have in their loved. It goes with the whole feel. Even the carney's had that same kind of off feeling but those in the in the things. Just kinda like yeah. I've seen that before. And it just kind of creeps you out you. Even when she's looking at the big fat lady at eight and she's like oh.

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"1981" Discussed on Horror Vein

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01:32 min | 1 year ago

"1981" Discussed on Horror Vein

"It sending us to the horror vein males. Get very nice all right. It's going a horror. Remain male trying to make it as easy as possible for them to Communicate with yes. Yes connect so. We're going to take a break. We'll come back and we'll discuss the toby hooper horror film the funhouse..

"1981" Discussed on Horror Vein

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14:10 min | 1 year ago

"1981" Discussed on Horror Vein

"Don't want to so so we might. I don't know yeah. I mean if you have an opportunity to see it i wouldn't run out to go see okay. Well like i said it wasn't. It's bad it's just not as good as the first two. Okay so okay. So but you know on that note. That's what's coming up right here on your your favorites. I got meals all right wonder. It's time for mail. Wait let's let got that's awesome. Yes sir all right and this week. We got a couple emails from our fans and our requests for more horror. Vein male accused keeps coming in. You know hopefully. We don't run out like we did last time. i'm sure. I can't remember his name but the one from maybe a week or two ago they asked the staff the funhouse. I'm sure he's thrilled. Hope he's listening to this episode. I really do i. I think he's probably like tap dancing right now. Right daffy like break dancing finally got that monkey off my back on my back for a while. Do you feel you feel like a weight has been lifted proper. Yes i do. I really do and i'm doing it. Offered the tootsie right. that's right. That shirt is in the works. Oh my god horror vein for ditsy and we gotta make creepy like making like pumpkin face or something. I don't know we'll figure something out. But i don't know if it were to roll creepy minimal. Anyway i Vein meal comes from janice in florence alabama florence alabama right and janice writes Just recently started listening to the show and to drop you a line. See how much i enjoy the podcast. We'll thank you switching at. She says keep up the great work and her question is what are some things you enjoyed it do during halloween like actual day like okay do things. We enjoy to do during during halloween halloween or before we can run with this absolute. Think a lot of these kind of dress up your house and all that stuff and i don't. I'm not as elaborate as some of these houses. Oh my god. I believe i showed that i sent you video I remember last year. You you kinda dressed up the house a little bit and we had some pitchers on a little creepy guys out some ghost trees. I got this forest theme. That i really like carl that he puts on a show puts up tents and he has like a walk through scenes and ruining wanted out. Yeah yeah and his front yard. Yeah yeah and it's so and it's got a following people say they expect it to be there. I mean they'd be very disappointed. Yeah i mean. I don't know how long it's gonna continue it. But he's got definitely repeat customer buying anything but but they they've actually donated that which which was really nice he's a little donation. He donates gash date so they've been helps them but could cause good causes. Yeah the tradition for for me. Is i try to get home early enough. So i can give out candy. The kids which is like one of my favorite. Explain this all to you right. I mean she asked so. I'm going to tell. And he's he's very passionate. Yes well in the how. I don't know about where i don't know about where you live but were i live to halloween. Our suck the trick or treating hours. I should say not halloween. But it's like from what four to seven or three to like. I'm not even home from work. And by the time i get home. There's an hour. I mean it's it's terrible. So what really stunk was at last year was on saturday but it was cova. Did so it's like you know i did have some kids. Come out anyway which was awesome. So and then after trick or treating done tradition for diana go to carl's and see his yard haunt and we love it there. It's great to see him and support him and You know we do a walk through to you know when i wanna see everything that he did. And he ashley has some some friends that are in the tents that you know like actors. Shall we say to scare people and goes all out and then his friend are franek. He deck's out his lawn to which is great. And then if there's time after that we try to drive around and hit some other lawn haunts and the other pupils with halloween. Yeah so that's what i do on the day. that's fantastic. Yeah what do you do do you. I watch i watch horror films. Okay halloween which nightmare before crude oil. Actually start off with charlie brown halloween. It's the great. Pumpkin outdraw tradition. I gotta do that too. I gotta gotta watch and then watch some treehouse of horror by the simpsons and then i watch You know i've been mixing it up trick or tree in halloween. You know creepshow at whole thing have some people over Creepshow sometimes but but i'm watching movies all month the whole mall wing countdown. The thirty first. You know watching movies when i can because you know halloween october's busy for me. Because they have the film festival on this year. Let's see it's on a sunday. It is thirty first. Yeah nice. I'll be able to see the kids. You'll have a whole weekend for halloween. Yeah and then. We're going to be doing the film festival during the weekend. So diana's birthdays a day after. She's a halloween. She's november i. Yeah so yeah. Awesome all right so question. Yeah thank you. Janice were the tankage. Our next question comes from felix in portland oregon all right felix and felix writes Love the podcast and question is who would win in a fight pinhead for ghost face Well go space is kind of a real person. So i don't know right and i have. I have the cinna bite. So i have a confession to make rap never seen hellraiser. I seen bits and pieces on my god. Yeah well for people that don't know like done. Pinhead is a sin. Abide from hell. He's a demon and he's got all these pins pins they got. He's got nails. All this thursday box and i noticed it unlocks thing and i know. There's these other guys with him. These creepy siemens with them. You gotta watch out for the box right to. The box will tear your hair to head off right. That's right but beyond that. I don't really know when we'll tear your soul apart but other than that. I don't really know anything after that. Yeah well you don't have to know but pinheads Kind of a cool character. He's got some cool lines and He's a pretty mean demon. He'll he'll tear your soul apart. Yeah he can Actually rip your flesh off just by a glance. I would think he would win. He would send here. Yeah these hooks would come and kind of grab your skin and pull them off. Yeah faces but i think he would kick ghost faces. Yeah i do. I mean i mean. I like ghost faced and put. He's kind of a. You know it depends because there's so many different goes face if you watched the whole series and we'll try to see their kids or who knows who it is that's right you don't know the so yeah pinhead would win. I think So so thanks. Felix and off to our third and final horror vein male right and this comes from victor in troy. Missouri troy missouri not michigan. All right no missouri. Okay in the question from victor is. What is your horror movie crush. Oh man who. I think i know who who's don's crushes we do. I really do. Yeah really what do you think it is well. I love cate beckons sale. But i don't think she's horror film beck and sale. Ooh yeah she's curtis. I thought it was dreaming. No i don't think so really it was wrong. You know who. I'm it's just i know there's hundreds of them but you know what's who's just popping off the page right now rob. Pg pj sold. She's just a sweetie and we have to really have her under show like you know who don crushes. Pj slow just. She's social security and halloween and ruggero high screen. Yeah and then Dr strikes. Yeah i mean so. She says it's a tough question. Because are they asking about somebody. That only does horror films or baby did a horror film and then hor. It's a horror movie crush right but they don't have to have the career in that they could so majority of pg movies where horror film. Not no really. She did some foot some. Yeah yeah. I'm trying to think of. There's beat anybody else That's a tough one. So many caught off guard really. Think about hot though. I mean boy. I don't know what's like phoebe. Cates right gorgeous on her but she didn't do a lot of horrible. She doubt Gremlins but when she did Fast times the scene bene- pool. Oh yeah i think everybody crushed on her well and jennifer aniston and leprechaun right well. Jennifer instance really didn't crush on her until friends. Yeah that's true that was like a leprechaun after seeing her cutie version on her on friends and then seeing leprechaun like i did. that's true. yeah. I mean. She looked good. And what we discussed. This do undershirt little skirt. All that saved them anyway. credit worth one do we. This might be. This might be a continuation question. Answer is yeah. I might have to really put some thought. 'cause i i'm not doing justice right. It's a question donald and there's cutie thinking this said cape back and say i'll take that. She is hot but do i don't think she did. A lotta underworld. She did van helsing all right. All right we'll go with that. We'll run with that. How about you. Are you going to say phoebe. You sticking with phoebe cates or where you going with. No no no. No phoebe cates. I mean she. Yeah but gremlins. I mine is daniel harris man. Oh yes she's. She's a hottie. Yeah hey this is a good segue they just. They just added another house. They made another haunted house announcement for hornets. Halloween paid by universal studios to say shit. Is this what you're universal studios bright or nights. They just announced an another house. And they're they're doing halloween four. So there you go you like that segue. You're excited because you're gonna go right. I'm going come. you're coming here. Oh yeah yeah so. We should do a special boy we should. That'd be amazing. We try to plan that. I would love that. That would be cool. So if the listeners. Don't know i'm going to be going to orlando in the beginning of september because i wanna trip off the radio and we're going to be doing a little bit disney little bit of universal and all that and rob lives right there so we are definitely gonna try to get together and maybe we can do a little special recording. We're gonna maybe we can do that. So you'll definitely be taking a lot of pictures and we'll put it on facebook. Yeah absolutely yeah. Yeah that'd be cool so we'll try to do a little quick little horror vein recording we'll see and The florida special. I don't know that's all the mail we got for this week. Folks we appreciate it. Hope we answered all your questions and keep them coming in. We love love your messages. Love your question. go to horror. Vein dot com. Go to contact. There's actually a thing in the cac pages says if you hit this button.

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"1981" Discussed on Horror Vein

Horror Vein

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"1981" Discussed on Horror Vein

"Moving and malignant. Yes yes sir. Yes james one. All you had to say wine. That's it well. He's very good. Yeah he's very very good stuff. Are you excited about this one. I'm very excited. Because of the disappointment that conjuring three was directed. Not the you know the guy that directed at the that bad of job. But it wasn't it didn't hold up to the standards of the first two and he did the tubes and yeah james. so why didn't you the third one. I have no idea.

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"1981" Discussed on Horror Vein

Horror Vein

07:39 min | 1 year ago

"1981" Discussed on Horror Vein

"And i'm your host robert setting your co host on fisher and this week we're talking about toby. Hoover horror film. What is it the fun. How fun house. Yes directed by toby. Eighty one nineteen eighty one came out. Yeah something like that. I don't know right after texas chainsaw. Texas chainsaw massacre what seventy seventy. Yeah yes right okay. Good i think it was right between. I don't feel like asia. Who right now. I know why he's day like like discussed this before. Talk about maryland. Passing away really. Oh i cannot go a second. Yeah yeah that was a that was really man. I'm still really tough. It's a tough one. We win an icon. Goes like that. Yes then for all those who don't know who that is. She played mrs cooper on living dead. Nineteen sixty eight black and white. Jorge romero film so we everyone knows i hold dear and near near and dear to my heart. So that's always wearing the shirt folks that can see us yet wearing the night. Living shirt or does not have maryland. No no. I don't know there's been with her on it but that's alright. Sh she's right here so unfortunately. I never get a chance to meet her. I really wanted to and they were having this convention in tennessee. And i just couldn't swing. I'm really kicking myself so let that be less than you all of our listeners. If there's someone you wanna meet if there's an artist hesitate now don't don't put eight if the fullest. Yeah he had grabbed it by the balls as they say that's right and just go for because you never know what's gonna happen now. You know especially celebrities. I didn't get a chance to see some celebrities. I know so. Yeah you know sucks. It's a shame it but it's You know when you get older more and more people just kinda. Yeah when you get to be old farts like us rob. That's what happens. I say over. Yeah yeah so kind of stink up the room sometimes. Yes yes when really off with we have character in. Yes but she died but we have character. Yeah yeah so. She died in her sleep. Is her son really. He wrote that he posted something on. I don't know if he made us tweet or facebook. Whatever it was but Yeah so Reston peace maryland. We We really appreciate all the great work you you did and your films especially for nine living dead and we will miss you and And that's all i got to say there. You go so very sad i know. Don't bring don't bring there's not many left. So that's what really his film as what fifty two fifty three years. Whatever fifty plus years old so the it feel really old fifty three years old. She's anyway so there's that i don't know i don't know if anybody notice but if you are watching the video portion of our podcast probably noticed that. I'm wearing this kind of cool hat. Kind of cool. I love kind of proud of a big huge tales of the fan. And when i saw this hat i was like i gotta have it only. Yeah absolutely yeah. We can neighbors but friday rags eight by ten glossy of rob rice on their wall his company. I think i bought everything they have. I think you have got headlines stuff from him now so there you go and i wish i got a kickback on it. But i don't. I know maybe sponsor. I think we've talked about that. Yeah you know that would be nice but that hasn't happened yet. that hasn't happened. Okay yeah maybe one of these days. Maybe they think they don't good like that. We can help them. I know we could. I saw the ourselves done. What the hell i. I saw the trailer to the night house. And i'm very interested in that rob very interested. I am too. I saw the trailer to I can't tell if it's a an obviously it's an independent. But i don't know if it has like a huge butter budget or not. It is getting a big wide release. i did get contacted by the distributor. Earn a offered us tickets tickets to the To premier recently release and wasn't able to go only because the theater was like way far. Away okay okay. And it was like the day after mega con- was like okay. I'm like i want to go. I'm tired man. i hear you. That was a lot ford a suspension. Yeah it was a lot took a lot out of me. I'm not a spring chicken. I know you don't bounce back as fast. Tell me about it. I took diana dec- pit bull. Sunday night hit pool the hip hop artist. Earn artist. You and your iron being stuff. Diana she loves this guy she likes it pretty good show. Is that the guy with tattoos on his face. what's his name. Sorry didn't mean to put you in all you're going to get a post malone pose. That's the guy this is a. He wears a dark suit and he he basically he takes. He's really really ingenious. He takes and he takes other artists and has them not that that this is an original idea but he has them single part in the song and all these top you know whatever all these top artists like christine aguilera and cash and Market yeah so anyway. It was a good show. It was a good but anyway we got home late from that is why bring us up. No spring chicken. We got home late for no reason for it. Yeah get a lot of sleep from there and then what happened monday. Monday had the cups game. And then i in really late from that. So i'm writing one And they they. Don't walk off home run in the night so i'm very excited. That was happy for those. Just tuning in to the podcast. This is the sports section of sports. Second yeah yeah yeah so. Hopefully we won't lose sports. Three people so Yeah well moving onto malignant. Yeah you got an agenda here. I love he's like i guess this movement he's like he's turned into the producer of the show machine over here I'm just and keep it moving rob.

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"1981" Discussed on Horror Vein

Horror Vein

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"1981" Discussed on Horror Vein

"Whom studios podcast network. If you're an independent filmmaker be sure to submit your film to the freak show. Horror film festival in orlando florida here now. Taking submissions for feature-length films short films and any film that has to do with the horror genre. Just go to freak show film fest dot com for more information. That's recap show. Film fest dot com. Would you are listening to the hor- vein podcast. The best horror movie. Podcast in the world with your hosts robert mazzetti. And don fish eric. Syllable her.

"1981" Discussed on Horror Vein

Horror Vein

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"1981" Discussed on Horror Vein

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"1981" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

SpyHards Podcast

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"1981" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

"But it's not bad. I think i would watch this again over. Jumping jack flash. You think i think i would. Yes i would put cloak and dagger still above this one though. See i think. I found be goldbach very electric in jumping jack flash and she would carry me through whereas alid in this film for me. Let me down. Yeah yeah well. I totally understand that. This is not the star vehicle that Jumping jack lashes exactly so just to clarify that. No from me as well. If he didn't get it from what i just said. Guess that means that we have jumped off. The eiffel tower and one of our wings has broken. And that's such condo. Man is not making the nautilus. In fact it is plummeting into the river. As we speak said the dossier on this film is complete and a bit damp because we had to pull out the robot really really bilking. These condor man puns. I it's all. I have left more comedy in the film. Has it's going to be a really appropriate when you keep making them throat tinker tailor soldier spy still about condo. Yeah exactly yeah kind of red reference. Exactly that's what we like to say here before we talk about what we're covering next week. His quick message from.

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"1981" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

SpyHards Podcast

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"1981" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

"It's definitely not very good. But i kind of love. This weird a very. I mean almost surreal. Disney live action films from the era. My sister and i during covid we did a whole bond marathon. Were watching bond movies every week. The certain point we ran out of bond movies we covered them all. That's the pandemic going along while people we had we had to jump onto other things and so my sister and i have been doing. A lot of kitschy nineteen seventies sixties. Disney live action films and last night. We once again did one. We did the movie. Gus about a yugoslavian mule who can kick field goals on the direct sequel to condo man right so we watched gus and then you know we finished up and then i had to go and watch condor man right after so maybe the craziness of didn't feel quite as jarring because i just watch gusts. But this was very much thing that disney made these very strange cartoon weird movies for kids and condor man. I think what i enjoyed about. It was the spy spoofing stuff. Some of the stunts are pretty. Well done and we'll dive into all that stuff later but it's not a good movie but it's one i found fairly watchable and i will say the ninety minute runtime really works in. Its favor yes. I overall. I didn't hate my experience of watching it twice. There was certain funny bits. The taking of fireman's fund scenes from stunts like you said and it definitely walks kids film. Who aren't paying that much attention to and look the cables hanging off of condo man. Yeah but if you take any deeper into this film it just falls apart. It really is kind of nonsensical and it's just like the type of movie that again. Like i said if i was like ten years old or eleven years old i would have been so condor i would have thought it would be one of the coolest movies possible. I didn't catch on. Because i think he would have had kids jumping off the top of their buildings with flimsy wings. Oh god you know like the old death. Superman craze of the nineteen fifties or whatever the george reeves show where they had issues with that. Yeah i did that okay. Yeah i mean. I'm sure it was probably only a couple of notable examples. But they got press. At the time. I understand that Wikileaks would wanna emulate rose. But there's a new said this before this terminology shifts about midway through. Yeah you can really track as well because it actually starts with quite well from that if he's seen on the eiffel tower..

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"1981" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

SpyHards Podcast

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"1981" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

"Nine thousand nine hundred wine was like a really bad year for them. They put out fox and the hound which did well. It was like number fourteen for the year but then they put out this like string of other movies. That real bombs they had at number forty five devil and max devlin number fifty four dragon slayer which mark singer. It was sort of a you know one of those. Many sword and sorcery movies arrived somewhat. You know around that period. There's a ton of out there. Show yep coat. Conan falls around that time too. I think the next year tons of those movies at the time and then also way off who knows where landed. Because i couldn't even find box office stats. They've put movie called which was about a teacher Teaching speech to deaf children. I have no idea where this movie landed but again it was another disney production this year. That just tanked lake just went nowhere. So it's so strange when you look now when whenever we cover movies from probably like what. Twenty twelve onwards disney movies occupy a lot of the top slots on those top threes. And we talk about the box office for that year but back in the daylight disney was really struggling especially in like the seventies eighties. I will say. I'm not going to be in kandal. Man's defense necessarily but disney wouldn't take a punt on this film now. No no not a chance not only tried sure and i can totally understand why they did because disney historically always struggled to find movies that appeal to like young boys and i guess that's probably what this was. I mean it makes a lot of sense and I mean it clearly didn't really work but it's very telling that way further down the road. They're buying star wars and making you know theron movie and buying marvel like they finally gave up on original things and just said just start mining the archives are you know buying up new properties make. Yeah couple other notes just for condor man writer. Linda lane claimed condor man was similar to hurt cartoon character laser lady and filed a sixteen million dollar lawsuit against disney for copyright infringement. Unfair competition and unjust in richmond. I could not find an outcome to that lawsuit. So i'm guessing they just kind of quietly paid her outside of court or something within they have character cooed. Laser lady they did. Yeah that's why the lawsuit happened. Yeah okay well. Maybe that i into profits. That's where all the money went. Yeah two hundred million to this. Random cartoonist another thing when marvel was acquired by disney in two thousand nine amazing spiderman editor. Stephen wacker lobbied to have condor man brought into the marvel. universe is along with how the duck. Well howard the duck actually is a marvel property. Oh yeah. I know. I just thought like if you bring how deduct seen you might as well have condo math flying ever talk. That's a good point. Actually that'd be fun pairing to the best of my knowledge. I'm sure stephen. Wacker was just having a lot of fun with that idea. But i would not be against working. Condor men into some of the more irreverent marvel comics. That could have been fun. Hey michael still here. That's right and also. Contraband makes a cameo in a pixar. Short called toy story toons. Small fry from twenty eleven Centers around a support group meeting for discarded kids meal toys and there is a condor men toy there does that mean condo man was like a mcdonalds toy thing is i just know. I think they're just joking about that. I don't i don't remember. i wasn't alive. Actually i guess. I was alive ninety-one but i don't know if mcdonald's did like big movie crossover merchandising. That at that point maybe they did. I don't know was started..

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"1981" Discussed on Horror Vein

Horror Vein

06:39 min | 1 year ago

"1981" Discussed on Horror Vein

"And the whole goddamn world dash right your host robert buddy. I'm your co host. Dan fisher and this week. We have a very special special horror vein from we do lovers out there. yes absolutely. We're doing by bloody fell and dawn the original. The original nineteen eighty-one you've eighty-one. Yes yes time. Fly man yes. It does look forward to talking about this when i really do. Oh you do okay. I mean i look forward to all of them. You know the hope so. I don't know absolutely well sam. I'm a little nervous. You know the ones that you haven't seen that. I've seen but no but you know that i know right. That's right i. I can't remember where that's from i. That's eddie murphy. Yeah that's right his stand up. That was that's what you noted. I know that he not all. That's the that's the honeymooners right. Not and you've been looking at me. And i've been looking at you. You're not going to do the whole thing as jeff. I feel that listenership going. We're losing an dropping off dropping dropping out. Yeah we do have a lot to talk about but before we do just wanted to let you know that i i saw movie and it was directed by my favorite director in a whole goddamn world. Christopher landon your new wave at your favorite direct my new favorite director. Thanks for thank you for that. Thank you for my english. That's right that's right. This is a new infatuation. That rob yes it is. Yes was the boy. Scouts guide to the apocalypse. Oh my god really fucking. I've there's one part in the film where i laughed on. The ground. couldn't stop laughing for like five minutes. I are you really my god. It was so fucking funny. I can't never heard of this movie. It was movie that he did before he did heavy death day. And oh wow amazing. So it's just a straight comedy then. It's not it's a comedy. Yeah but it's got a zombie movie of course and he'd seen them all. It's very gory. Very very it's actually a really good time movie but it's fucking hilarious. Oh my guess is so similar very similar Style yeah so it mixes in comedy okay and then throws in some drama and i mean just like any other. Christopher landon movie has yeah has a little bit heart to it. And oh my god in the in the The actors in this movie are fucking amazing. Thing is amazing. I was really blown away. But there's one part in movie. And i can't see a word about it because when it happens so fucking funny home i gotta check it out you. How check it out. Like i said it just like any other. Christopher landon movie has got horror comedy and heart just really good while i was really impressed with it so see movie definitely and it's called. What's it called again. Scouts guide to the apocalypse scouts guide to the apocalypse. Okay yeah about three three boy scouts that save the world okay. I wanted to see freaky but you still can't rent it. It's only yeah. So i wasn't able to watch freaky was able to watch come play. Oh the movie that you've been wanting to see for long time ono. Oh no wow yeah. You're telling me to in a row here. Oh my god really movie so hype to see just like oh man girl strang to rob god. I don't even know. If i'm gonna maybe ball for i don't know i just their partisan. I really really like picking movies ever again. That's it you're done man. You're like compla- going to see this movie. All i i know and i did look arts. Trailer looked amazing. Another one of those movies where he got duped on the trailer little bit too or maybe a lot of it. I don't know I never parts that. I absolutely loved. K okay goes one of those dan. There were parts that i'm like. It really just seemed forced and it was just a little amateur yet. Just not not believable. I don't even know how to explain it. It's just trying to be movie with a horror theme. Is that with the problems. Because that's what it looked like in the trailer yeah. I love the premise. The premise was great. It was like baba duke esque. If i said that bubba do. Yeah yeah so you see new. Yes i did. Oh okay. where'd that come from. Wow well but you have to stay there. I haven't seen the movie. But i know what you're talking about so in this doesn't give anything away. You can tell us from the trailer but you know the kids. I'm using a lot of friends. So he reads the story on his phone. And it's basically inviting this creature into his into the real world duke.

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"1981" Discussed on Ride the Omnibus

Ride the Omnibus

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"1981" Discussed on Ride the Omnibus

"They've done at these. We'd visual effects so you know the way. Sam Neo is madly riding his motorcycle. Austrial yes. Sir that but then I think some frustrated edited just decided we should flash between this short end will soupy Nasi prepares like do the negative effects? So it's like Sam kneels blowing what in now Rina's. Colorado. I know I know you do not. Not Allowed and so I think a lot of people who States that was. Introduction to this field live close they thought was shit. It was it was terrible what you've seen a different field. And I can't imagine what you would think having seen that. It's like you're just awful just but on you know it's so good. It's now been read claimed and reframed as this amazing piece of cinema lack I. think we were talking before today but another day at the you know the motivation release in. Uniforms velvet box said all these. Materials and it's Kinda like, yes this is this is this is what this film deserves. Yes, which is story antiethical to this idea of it as a video nasty. This is obscene in its trashing. If you've got it in your video shop, you could be arrested and we have to take your destroy them I want everything about these film fascinating. It's like the films incredible and insane in fascinating. But then the more you learn about production story and kind of how it came to be of that's insane to. It's just yeah like how is this film that's winning prizes? Ending Competition for the palm don't like it didn't win but it was in competition at the leading odds festival in the world simultaneously be deemed obscene put alongside faces of death or something. Yeah. Like how is this like faces of death or Cannibal Holocaust Yeah? I think I'm hoping of got a really interesting book. On the way I am stronger. Because I can't wait to read it. Yeah. I ran away to have it out in the world it's been a long time coming so. Now I think that's fantastic. I WanNa thank you so much alley for coming off. Thanks so much for having. Me would've anytime no doubt about possession in horror and Johnny and tentacles I, mean yes. Obviously I mean, all these things are wonderful so they. Say. Thank you for listening our guest allison, Taylor's work is additionally featured in a special box set of dawn of the dead released. By second sight. She is also currently co writing a book about Nicolas Winding Refn we are as always at omnibus ride on twitter instagram and facebook. Do Join US next time for a look at two very different feminist icons that we lost last month Dame Diana Rigg and Justice Ruth. Bader. GINSBURG. See you next time you catch a ride on the omnibus..

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"1981" Discussed on Ride the Omnibus

Ride the Omnibus

08:30 min | 1 year ago

"1981" Discussed on Ride the Omnibus

"Booting up the color contrast between the courts beg apartment NS fashioned for US this pretty empty to be honest but like. It's much warmer cal appellate whereas you look at those scenes in the building apartment and everything is blurred. I know it's the Gauchan. Cold and Yes. And yes it's like you're looking at the breakdown of marriage under a microscope assigning science experiment. It's It's incredibly cold in the kitchen side clinical. Yeah. I think he's he's definitely booting up a contrast there whereas. The courts beg apartment just feels so much warmer. You got the Greens like you said and also the yellows. It's beautiful and then you get the oranges and reds when boys come in. But then like you know, I, also find it interesting. How in that subway scene he manages to push the blues toward a purplish Hue that deals significantly more eerie and just gorgeous lighting. Absolutely. Stunning. So it doesn't have the same feeling. As it does elsewhere in the film I mean are we should probably talk about him performance which we just Oh of course. Heading. On the subway let's Over subway. Yeah. All right. So let's talk about East Johnny fucking. The air are up. And then she the air? Yes. currently, that was the direction. You know. She does Yeah. I remember that scene just blowing me away again when I first saw it because I never in my life seen an act be that vulnerable just to give themselves over one hundred percent to a performance in a way that's terrifying because she is so out of control, it looks like she's actually having a mental breakdown at does in like a moment where she hits ahead on the wool and just keeps going and at slack she crack scholarship in a not notice he just keeps. Black she's just sir into this performance. Yes it's terrifying I. Yeah. Oh. No. No I was just GonNa say I mean it's absolutely electrifying and I think it's the one sequence that I ever saw of madness on film that really really got to me Oh. Yeah and I have never seen another performance that was anywhere near as affecting. My husband will go on about Brad Pitt and twelve monkeys and I'm Mike are used. Yeah. It's I mean, that's a that's a brand of of madness but it's I get the sense that he's. Yeah doing I mean it's it's not on a level where you are experiencing it within your body like Nice. Feel it is fully lived. It is yeah. We lived by Isabella Johnny in that moment as out of. Control. And it. It's just such an unusual thing like I also think about the fact that she was blacklisted in France at the time that she was making this film and the fact that you know she had this reputation for being extremely difficult and hysterical, and then she's playing you know the typical hysterical woman who's nothing but not typical at all but. Her performance here is just Such reputation to anyone who would ever hesitate to cast her rally. Sorry did she win alone? So this data -solutely absolutely, but I don't know if you follow at any of the kind of commentary since like not commentary I mean everyone should have thinks this is is is locked engine performance in Korea building on in terms of. Reflections on it have you come across I haven't actually who? Yes. Sir She she. Allegedly, according to pretty traumatized by this film, a Nagano Rise, it's me in a in a way that sounds Pretty Tanto PDF's having. Gone to talk electrical places that fat she wanted to. E. E. C. that intense like saying seeing it activate themselves. So vulnerable you know what that must feel like in order to be in the head space that allows you to perform in that way. Exactly. You know and we were just talking about this on the last podcast I recorded, which was specifically about the film. Antebellum. And the idea of trying to portray slavery and how dramatic it is for actors who constantly are asked to perform torture porn basically again, and again that they have a genealogical connection to. And it's it's like this lived trauma that they have to experience again and again but it's it would be the same thing in this film because again like I said it, it is her experiencing it in her body and you feel that and you see that. Comes through on film in an amazing way that you have a complicated relationship with because. Yeah. How torturous it is as an actor to have to put that into your body. But yeah, same time it creates such a such as stunning experience for the viewer at what point is that problematic. Now. It's a tricky question comey wrestling with a in the rotting because you. Every story about films production is told by people with conflicting kind of accounts, and so it's hard to know who to listen to wear. The truth is it's probably in the middle between fifty different. Tentacles lower on of of different accounts. Joel Skis being probably the loudest and most consistent speaker on this on on his film You know some people that you talked to a reluctant to say sit and things because it's a complicated history you've got Johnnie, who has a not talked about it when she does talk about it is very lack. That was a horrific experience and I would never do anything like that. Again doesn't matter how many awards I got. It was to the cost was. Essentially and so it's like somewhere in the middle of this is what really happened tonight I don't profess to know what it is, but it definitely, it's it sounds a bit problematic to be honest. In terms of her career I mean, you look at the movie she did right before this, which was quartet surging. Very L.. Let's go for a merchant ivory. Yeah, and yet you know I think was the con- Best Best Actor actress award she won was split between those two films which couldn't be more different but they were released at the same festival and so it's like well, she wins best actress possession and Quartet like. How like? You. Birth great performances but. They'll world's Well and I would always give it to possession of your. Sorry. But yeah, this is so different. Oh well, she's got range. She definitely does I feel like in terms of her career that came afterward I feel like possession definitely was a big part of what got her the role in meal Claw Dal playing another sort of hysterical woman although very creative and she does she does these big extreme. Is really well She's often playing kind of hysterical elected. The Queen Mugabe film gets you tense says, does Adele h? Yeah not so much in knows for ought to but you know Nar Dr Phil Dome she definitely yeah it makes sense but I think it's.

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"1981" Discussed on Ride the Omnibus

Ride the Omnibus

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"1981" Discussed on Ride the Omnibus

"And I alluded to that Walden Woman's story but we haven't really talked about how he's Mellon Johnny is the Walden woman. I don't we talk about that for a minute. Sure. So okay. I feel like the most explicitly feminist moment in the film in that home video sequence hundred percent when she looks at the camera as she's stretching this ballerina into Langley's torturous positions, Guinness like to me, it's directly commenting on this idea that women have to achieve some kind of perfectionism and perform masochism in order to be feminine. How do you feel about that sequence when you see it? How did it resonate with you actually? It resonates with me as I didn't know what he conned of intended with that. But I- Nari. That scene definitely resonates with a lot of female viewers and so I think at the very lacy definitely on the stands female experience pot of it. Yeah. That's it's interesting because she's her entire character is kind of the. Inarticulate Pass in who is just so at odds with herself in unable to express what she needs and then she has Enough that home video sequence. She has these moments of clarity and yet still disjointed and kind of abstract and she's talking concrete ways and I wouldn't professed understand all of it at all but like That's a moment of expressing herself and being listened to you for maybe the first time in the film and yeah that moment where she tends to the camera, which is you know it's it's it's interesting because it's we know that Henrik is filming this that she's speaking to him but then we're watching it with SAM kneels character watching it on the home video project up and so she's talking to the men in her life and she says, well, that's why with you because you say I to me and you sort of think well, these characters yes, she can't express itself but. These two male characters who both love her and trying to impose their own desires upon her lack Sanyo wants to stay in obviously heinrich is like a speaking at least at least minute of trying to control her in ways even though hundred says he's the opposite of that. It's like well, not exactly the same. And this is her to speak in kind of explain herself and I. think that's so powerful. I really love that it is I. Think it's is just as a sequence it's altogether stunning and it's constantly alluded to as sort of the sequence about there are two sisters faith in Chan's where which is, of course, the moment when she's least articulate within that framework. For Me Isabela Giannis performance in that moment is so specifically framed..

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"1981" Discussed on Ride the Omnibus

Ride the Omnibus

07:01 min | 1 year ago

"1981" Discussed on Ride the Omnibus

"Times by the BBC. When it comes out on video is panic not just film obviously those films on that list. Does this panic that will people could watch it at Herman? They can rewind and they can look at that octopus sane and they can. Get Their Daddy. Daddy. thrills out of it, and this is dangerous and disgusting, and we should stop it. That's that was the kind of the Pentagon. From those house proud town mouses. That's right thrive. Yeah, WE WANNA get hot and bothered I've a genie in an octave was the things. That might corrupt the moral fabric of society. Obviously since Mary Whitehouse was so concerned about the Beatles you know. Somebody. Think of the children. At them, the rerelease DVD It was like. Billed as a video nasty. And it was like okay I really think it's just that British, people didn't know what the fuck this was about. Yeah, a lot of the films on that list. It's funny like it starts off his people being you know terrified about s experiment Campbell. Some something like that and kind of a Holy Ghost. Yeah. And then it sort of vote in anything that had the word bloody in the TATO, that will lack go right. With the salacious poster like. Killer yeah right and then some of those films you go and watch the BINGO. This is hilariously quaint like this. They've they've put a cool toddle because they wanted Selah sexually representative of anything in this film. But then possessions such an interesting case most of the films on that list lack lert budget exploitation Hara, and then you've got this film that premieres at Khan and means a would like these leading odds invisible in the world's and it's like how? How do these two worlds collide? But. That's what's great about I. Love It. I about. Genre. Cinema, when people ask me why I like were more than any other genre of film. I'm really sick of that question. Fischel issue because it's like well, why'd you like Rome Combs Rom coms like what? What is there about rum comes to like I mean they're married land visually horror at least is always very exciting. In terms of the way that it's filmed, it will generally be more likely to be experimental. It's more. Yes. You have creative visuals. Practical effects are my jam I don't understand. Ask Me this question. So it makes it hard for me to answer to do you answer it as someone who's like A real true scholar in this field. Yeah. I was just going to say it's pretty funny. I. Think People stopped asking me that question a long time ago because they just realized that the cons of films I enjoy writing about and researching a show beyond the pile of the kind of experience they like all that. cussing that looks at we sex in violence. Tough. I. Like I guess I also really like his go Friday and Gary great he's like they. Great. True. The way I explain it to people as I go into these sorts of films because they've fascinated me had this sort of revelatory moment at a film festival God, What Year it came out but the remake of Michael, Hanukkah's Funny Games and I'd never seen the original at this point. I didn't know what Funny Games well as I just read the synopsis that Sounds Really Interesting and win and just was like so blown away and I couldn't get out of my head and I'm like why? Why I had this response to this film and it's it. That's my phd came about with like we'll need to explore this like why films like position and Funny Games made me feel so uncomfortable but in a way that I can't let go of in way that I love not many films get under my skin but there are few like there's something going on here stylistically that I think I wanted to explore I'm so they films that challenges me intellectually and I find that. Really interesting. I love all kinds of films. But if I'm, GONNA spend years sort of thinking about some in particular. It's it's the ones that get on the Muskegon I mean it should be the ones that get under your skin, right? All around in your brain. Yeah I. You know this this this comedy like in mainstream films are locked but I don't WanNA spend years of my life pulling the apart. Party feel like understand them in this what's to think about? Yeah and there's also not as much as subversive quality about most other genres I mean I would say science fiction and horror are definitely where you have be edgier ideas going. Yeah. There's a lot more. Thank. You can get at in cinema around you know the censorship boards or round whatever sends morality your audience might have You'll push the boundaries in those on. Ras Much more SCI FI and horror kind degeneres. Why can explore complex ideas in an accessible way like another filming thinking about? Lately ISM. Dawn of the dead instance in it's like, yeah, it's a fun maybe where we see these people kinda run around. Trying to survive zombies, but it's also like saying really interesting stuff about coacher and like. So this kind of you'll put costs like listen to the episode on Austin yeah, it's a horror maybe but lack you'll also exploring this very much. You can do with these unions in a way that people aren't going to pick up a political treatise son lack race relations and stuff now. What your film and they're going to enjoy it and it's GonNa. Make you think about stuffing? Yeah I love that they're not gonna read W. E. B. Two boys, but they will watch Jordan Peele. Yeah and they'll have conversations about it. That's really cool. Yeah. When I love the idea of Hun, hundred costs is really interesting. It's like, yes where does coach? And these kind of real serious issues come together. Yes. And it's funny because when I think about possession like I, feel like the main social justice issues for me with possession come in in terms of the themes of communism in feminism as expressed in the film..

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