35 Burst results for "1988"
The Eric Metaxas Show
Barry Meguiar: "Our Growth Spurts Are in Times of Trouble"
"My friend Barry Maguire, the book is ignite your life, defeat fear with effortless faith, sounds like a lot of baloney. Here's the problem. It's 1000% true. And there are people out there that say, I don't know, I don't know. And I believe you have to be around people who live this way because if unless you see it, you can't believe that they're the people who do this way. So I began that when I first became a Christian in 1988, I was at St. Paul's Darien. We've had my friend Keith junta on the show. I saw people who live this way, and then we all started going to Times Square church. And the people at Times Square church tended to live this way. David wilkerson, who was your friend for 40 years, lived this way. And I remember he preached a sermon. We talked about it at dinner last night. The sermon was titled right song, wrong side. I love it. And I was so affected by this sermon that over 20 years later, when I was asked to preach a Times Square church, I said, I bet you most of the people in this room have never heard this. So I halfway preached that sermon again. And that sermon sums up what we're talking about. David wow, because I mean, it's such a brilliant idea. He says that when the Israelites were trapped at the Red Sea, and pharaoh's armies coming down on them, and they're freaking out. Well, we know what happened. God parts the Red Sea. They go through. They come out the other side. The seas come back together. Pharaoh's army is drowned, and then when they're on the other side of the Red Sea, they sing the song. Then they sing. They sing the song praising God and praising God, and David wilkerson preach a sermon talking about they should have sung that song of deliverance before God delivered them because if you know who God is, you praise him in the midst of trouble. Yes. When bad things happen, you say, ah, this is a Friends are perfecting us. I thank God for every bad thing that's happened in our lives. Karen and I both do because we see our growth spurts are in times of trouble. We don't grow when we're in the mountaintop. It's during those tough times that we learn who God is. I thank God for all the tough times, including the death of our daughter. She's in heaven's celebrate. She's having the time of her life right now. And I'm going to be with her for eternity. So a thousand people came to her funeral. And I spoke at the funeral. There's a video of her funeral, okay? Nicole Maguire celebration of life. 11 thousand people have watched that video and hundreds have been saved. By watching the video of funeral. You know why? Because it was like, I knew most people watching me would not be Christians. And I wanted to say that my joy was not affected by circumstances. You know there's an interesting happiness and joy. We can be happy and unhappy throughout every day. That circumstantial. Joy, when you have joy, you just know God is there. It never leaves you. You have joy no matter what the world throws at you.
The Crypto Basic
Crypto Market Gets A Lift From Hedera HBAR and Binance BNB, Orbeon Protocol ORBN Emerges As A Key Player With 1988 Increase During Presale
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America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
Sebastian Is Joined In-Studio by Joe DiGenova and Victoria Toensing
"Let's just look at the situation on Capitol Hill. This was a catastrophic failure of security by the capitol police. Totally. And the police in the District of Columbia who were responsible for the security of the capitol, but it's the capitol police are responsible for the security of that building. The Speaker of the House, the sergeant at arms in both chambers and the architect of the capitol. I used to run this when I was the chief counsel and staff director of the Senate rules committee. I had jurisdiction over the capitol police and all the security. The fact that they were unprepared knowing that there were going to be a half a million people who were going to be asked to march to the capitol in peaceably demonstrate shows that they were woefully unprepared. Now, when you're unprepared and you lose the advantage as a law enforcement organization, the one thing that you do not do is you do not become bull Connor and you do not start brandishing weapons on people who are unarmed. This is a big mistake. It is a catastrophic security failure on Capitol Hill, which never should have occurred. They were totally unprepared. That's called making the news as it's happening. That's a throwback to our former studio two years ago as the events of January 6th were unfolding. We had the perfect guests in studio, people who understand what was happening even as it was happening. And we're back because of the breaking news of January 6th and all that footage that's been released to a certain individual at Fox News and your favorites are back in studio. Jojoba, Victoria tansen, do you remember that interview? Do you remember what that day was like? Never forget it. That was something else. Because you had just gotten in from hearing the speech. I'd been right there in front of the ellipse with the president listening to the speech, couldn't make it to Congress. My speech in front of the Supreme Court later that afternoon had been canceled, although that Nancy Pelosi subpoenaing my text messages because I was giving a speech at the Supreme Court. But let's go back in time because we have to talk about these latest developments. We have to talk about what's happening in the last two years. But Joe, why were you why were you uniquely qualified to talk about security on capital hill as those events were occurring? Please remind our listeners. Well, I had been the united states attorney for the District of Columbia under Ronald Reagan from 1983 to 1988. How old were you? I'm going to have something very rude. How old are you? I was 36. That's crazy. The youngest U.S. attorney attorney for district. He was great. I believe he was great, but that's so young. Yeah, but I had also been an assistant U.S. attorney in that office years before. And one of my assignments was to monitor the demonstrations in front of the then Soviet embassy. And all of those demonstrations over the years had been monitored, controlled with the Metropolitan Police department, demonstrations on Capitol Hill, tremendous amount of planning, scripting, talking with the Defense Department, the State Department, everybody. There was no way that you have something like January 6th, and you don't plan that out in every single step of the way every detail fine tuned with the police, the National Guard, and everything. And it didn't happen. But you also, in that position, as U.S. attorney, you were in those meetings back then with the house. Yes, absolutely. We conducted those meetings. We were in charge of making sure that the FBI, that the Metropolitan Police that everybody coordinated the activities that we had prosecutors ready to go to do arraignments in court if large numbers of people were going to be arrested. And so this was routine. We had been doing this for 40 years and then this happens on January 6th and you look at it and all you can say as a professional is these people did absolutely nothing to prepare for this major event. They were so prepared. I think it was interesting that Joe has told me that they would say, okay, you're all going to be arrested. And then we're going to go down to the station. And then we're going to let you go. And everyone agreed, okay, we'll do it that
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
Sebastian Is Joined in-Studio by Joe DiGenova and Victoria Toensing
"We're back because of the breaking news of January 6th and all that footage that's been released to a certain individual at Fox News and your favorites are back in studio. Jojoba, Victoria tansen, do you remember that interview? Do you remember what that day was like? Never forget it. That was something else. Because you had just gotten in from hearing the speech. I'd been right there in front of the ellipse with the president listening to the speech, couldn't make it to Congress. My speech in front of the Supreme Court later that afternoon had been canceled, although that Nancy Pelosi subpoenaing my text messages because I was giving a speech at the Supreme Court. But let's go back in time because we have to talk about these latest developments. We have to talk about what's happening in the last two years. But Joe, why were you why were you uniquely qualified to talk about security on capital hill as those events were occurring? Please remind our listeners. Well, I had been the united states attorney for the District of Columbia under Ronald Reagan from 1983 to 1988. How old were you? I'm going to have something very rude. How old are you? I was 36. That's crazy. The youngest U.S. attorney attorney for district. He was great. I believe he was great, but that's so young. Yeah, but I had also been an assistant U.S. attorney in that office years before. And one of my assignments was to monitor the demonstrations in front of the then Soviet embassy. And all of those demonstrations over the years had been monitored, controlled with the Metropolitan Police department, demonstrations on Capitol Hill, tremendous amount of planning, scripting, talking with the Defense Department, the State Department, everybody. There was no way that you have something like January 6th, and you don't plan that out in every single step of the way every detail fine tuned with the police, the National Guard, and everything. And it didn't happen.
Subang Parade Celebrates CNY with Persatuan Rumah K.I.D.S and Rumah Charis
"6 p.m. Saturday, February 4th, 2023. Subban parade celebrates CNY with persecutory dot I dot D dot S and from a caris. Kuala Lumpur, February 4th, 2023 ACN newswire subban parade, the popular neighborhood mall located in the heart of subang Jaya since 1988 and a core property owned by Hector REIT today celebrated the lunar new year with children and representatives from Persephone McKay dot I dot D dot S and from aris with a fun filled program, including a movie and special treats perce when Roma K dot I dot D dot S and from a terrace with MBS J counselor and MPP zone one chairman and she, you can, senior general manager of subban parade in doubly Zayn who have been amber Tang and Hector REIT officials, the program, which was held at the West End concourse of the mall, was graced by the attendance of majlis bandaraya, subang Jaya MBS J counselor and madge less per wakil and pendu duke MPP zone one chairman and Ken hosted by subang parade management, the event was led by senior general manager in amber Tang and attended by officials from Hector REIT TO kickstart the event. The children were entertained by mascots, and were then treated to lunch at McDonald's, where the festive cheer really took off as invited guests, employees of Hector REIT, and children bonded together over their favorite meals. Ang pals were given to the children much to their delight, while a box of blessings and checks were presented to representatives from Persephone K dot I dot D dot S and from a caris after lunch, the children were surprised with a screening of copus in but squat movie at golden screen cinemas GSC located on the first floor in the shopping center the unique thematic hall for children was reserved especially for the kids by GSE, senior general manager of subban parade N nubble Zayn have been amber Tang, who wished everyone a healthy and happy year of the rabbit, said quote as we all busy ourselves in this festive season meeting up with family and friends, let us not forget those who are in need of a little love and kindness from all of us. We are happy, although it was just for a few hours, to be able to put a smile on the children of us faces, and hopefully give them a day to remember day counselor and MPP zone one chairman and she you can said, quote every little bit counts, including giving the kids a safe and healthy environment to grow and mature to be well adjusted adults. It is extremely important that children are raised in an atmosphere, which is family based, as this helps in ensuring their well-being. This is what Persephone and Roma K dot I dot DS and Roma caras strives to do what dot in. She also noted that according to orphan care and NGO, there were an estimated 64,000 children living in registered and unregistered child care institutions in both government and private orphanages. Dot com dot M like copyright 2023 ACN newswire. All rights reserved. WWW dot ACN newswire dot com.
The Jim Ross Report
"1988" Discussed on The Jim Ross Report
"And it was to show off my Jacksonville Jaguar a hoodie. It's the first time I ever did a wrestling show wearing a hoodie. So I remember some of those old tapes and stuff and suits and ties and all of that. Which is cool. But that's the shivani and excalibur mainly with Jericho and I go to more free wheelie. So anyway, to each his own, but check it out on Friday night, it's going to be a good show and we appreciate your support. The ratings are up. The level of talent that's being presented is improving. So we're having fun with it. It's a challenge because Friday night's not the greatest night for television. No. But you just keep digging away and if you have good show after a good show, then I believe I'm just an eternal optimist that good things happen when you do the right work. Yes, they do. Will say it. Everybody tune in. This Friday night, AEW rampage the greatest of all time. The voice of wrestling will be on the call and he'll be back next week right here. On grilling, JR with the voice of wrestling, mister Jim Ross. Thanks for tuning in everybody. We love you. Appreciate your business, and we'll talk to you again very soon. As a matter of fact, next week, right here in this space. So long everybody. Bye bye. I can't believe this is real, but Wu wings, your very own virtual restaurant concept is now open and fans can enjoy the legendary flavors and world championship
The Jim Ross Report
"1988" Discussed on The Jim Ross Report
"That's kayak dot com. How big was the pushback on Crockett and dusty wanting to move to Texas? Of course, this had always been Jim Crockett promotions based out of Charlotte, North Carolina, but now we're hearing, well, no, these guys, they're going to go to Texas. And of course, since they just acquired watts, I could see how some people would be receptive to that. You were there, how do you think that was perceived by everybody in the locker room? Not well, because you're on uncharted territory or it's a new deal. You know, change is an interesting thing. Change is not always negative. But it's perceived as such more often than not. So, you know, I was one of those guys that moved to Dallas. I went down there and I guess my better judgment, I bought a house in Plano, a nice little pool, three bedroom house, by myself, coming off another divorce, my records were great. So we all got to buckle up. And for me, it worked out just fine because I had to relocate anyway. I mean, I was, I was out of a place to live under normal circumstances. I could afford another house or rent, but I thought it was probably time to leave Oklahoma. And Jimmy's idea was, you know, he felt like in a nutshell, Conrad, that living in Dallas gave his brand more credibility for whatever reason than living in Charlotte. So that was, we all went through it. And you know, he was on my ass daily seemingly to buy a house to buy a house. And I bought a house, and when we then, when things changed again, just a few months later, then we had to
AP News Radio
Antetokounmpo scores 29 in return, Bucks top Pistons 150-130
"The buck score early and often in a one 50 to one 30 blowout of the pistons, Yanis and a Tacoma returned from a 5 game absence and scored 20 of his team high 29 in the first quarter to help the bucks raced out to a 40 to 12 lead hitting 14 of their first 16 shots. Having played for like ten, ten plus days, just being out there, I said, it felt really good. I was being aggressive and shot with falling. So most of the good place. Bobby portis added 18 off the bench to help Milwaukee improve to essential division best 30 and 17, going on a tally to game high 33 for the pistons who gave up a 150 points in regulation for the first time since 1988. Denny cop Detroit
AP News Radio
Soriano's double-double helps St. John's over No. 6 UConn
"Joel soriano recorded his 16th double double of the season while guiding St. John's to an 85 74 upset win against number 6 Yukon. Soriano provided 19 points and 13 rebounds in the red storm's first victory in Hartford since 1988. AJ store and posh Alexander each had 14 points for St. John's, which is won two straight since a 5 game skid. Jordan Hawkins had a game high 29 points for UConn, which has dropped four of 5 since the 14 and O start. I'm Dave ferry.
AP News Radio
People of Ukraine handed EU's top human rights prize
"The people of Ukraine have been awarded the European Union's top human rights prize for their resistance to Russia's invasion and ongoing war. The EU award named after Soviet distant Andrei sakharov was created in 1988 to honor individuals or groups who defend human rights, European Parliament president Roberta met solar announces this year's award. We meet the honor, our 2022 Sahara prize laureates. The brave people of Ukraine represented by their president, elected leaders and civil society, Ukrainians who have already fought hard and sacrificed so much for their freedom and our values. Miss solar says, ordinary citizens have stood up to face down Russian troops with nothing but pride as their weapons, adding, we stand with Ukraine, we will not look away. I'm Charles De Ledesma.
The Eric Metaxas Show
Roger Stone Tells Us a Bit About Himself
"In the TBN studio with a really special guest, someone I feel privileged to call friend. His name is Roger Stone. We're on your welcome. Great to be here. Now, there are many people that know you and love you. There are some people that know you and hate you. Many people, more people who don't know of you who aren't sufficiently politically involved to know who you are, to me, you were a legendary figure, you worked with Richard Nixon when you were very young, how would, I mean, for someone who really doesn't know you, which will be many people in my audience unless they saw you on the program the last time. But how do you describe yourself these days? Well, yes, I'm veteran Republican strategist. I've worked for 12 national presidential campaigns. Yes, I started with Richard Nixon, worked three campaigns for Ronald Reagan, 1976, 1980 and 1984. Worked for George H. W. Bush was kind of drafted into that. I'm not a bush. Was he a Republican, by the way? Barely. Yeah. He was kind of a crony capitalist. He was kind of like a Mitt Romney Republican, so like right on the edge. Kristen sinema. Up until the time he got nominated, of course, he was a Reagan Republican, and then once elected president, he proved to be a rhino. He tacked Stalin word. Not that there's anything wrong with that. You know, it's a big tent. It's a big tent, man. So, and then of course, probably one of the first people in the country is to suggest to Donald Trump that he should run for president. Now, wait a minute, I didn't know that. 1988, we made a famous trip to New Hampshire. We're sitting in his office one day. I met him in 1979, Trump this is. When I was working for governor Reagan, I went to Trump's office to try to recruit him for Reagan's finance committee. I was successful, by the way, both Fred and his son, Donald Trump, were on our finance committee. We became very good friends. And then in 1988, it was visiting him and he was leafing through The New York Times, and he said, George Bush, and Michael Dukakis. There has to be somebody better. There
AP News Radio
Libyan accused in Lockerbie bombing now in American custody
"A Libyan intelligence official accused of making the bomb that brought down Pan Am flight one O three over Lockerbie Scotland in 1988 is in U.S. custody and will face federal charges in Washington the Justice Department said on Sunday. The Pan Am bombing killed 270 people, including a 190 Americans, among them Stephanie Bernstein's husband. I was really skeptical. That we would ever see the state come. The arrest of Abu aguilla Muhammad Massoud is a milestone in the decades old investigation. He was charged two years ago, while in Libyan custody. Our government, the Department of Justice has always said to us, we are committed to following the evidence wherever it leads. And I think what today shows is that that was not an empty promise. Justice Department filings, show Massoud confessed to taking part in the attack for the late Libyan leader, Muammar Gaddafi. He's the third Libyan intelligence official charged in the U.S., but would be the first to appear in an American courtroom for prosecution. I'm Julie Walker.
AP News Radio
Officials: Lockerbie bomb suspect is in US custody
"Officials say looker be bomb suspect is in U.S. custody. U.S. and Scottish authorities are saying that the Libyan man suspected of making the bomb that destroyed a passenger plane over Lockerbie Scotland in 1988 is in U.S. custody. Scotland's crown office and procurator fiscal service said in a statement that families of those killed are informed that the suspect Abu ajala Massoud Al marimi is in U.S. custody. The U.S. Justice Department confirms the information adding that Massoud is expected to make his initial appearance in a U.S. district court. Panem flight one O three traveling from London to New York exploded
The Dan Bongino Show
Dan Horowitz: Long-Term Side Effects From COVID Vaccines
"As a friend of mine forget this radio stuff in this conservative commentator stuff I'm scared I mean I'm a health guy I work out a E right I want to live to see my daughters get married And I asked doctor McCullough you know is there a time period where you're in the clear Because I got the initial two shots and never did it again Is there any data out there indicating that after say a one or two year time lapse That if there were going to be some negative side effects because not everybody's going to get them But if they were going to be that after this time period you may be okay Man Dan I mean no no such data exists but it doesn't necessarily mean that it is a problem but I want to answer a question I say there's something I wish I could find this and I'll send it to you so you could sense your listeners There's an amazing clip from Fauci I want to say 1988 1990 maybe 1999 where he's talking about a potential HIV vaccine And he said look the reason why you can't just rush this stuff out is because even if it goes on a few years and it almost seems to be good And this was a disaster but it's good Tin 12 years later it could creep up on you And that's why you really need to study those things for a decade before you unleash them and historically that's what we did Think about something that run off right off the bat We have like every malady you know let me just give an example This is in the government's decent data but it's also in several published surveys That anywhere from between a 7 and 12% that's a massive percent of people who got the shots experienced either shortness of breath chest pains or arrhythmia Now that's not necessarily the life threatening but that ain't good
AP News Radio
Man who inspired Spielberg's 'The Terminal' dies at Paris airport
"An Iranian man who lived for 18 years in Paris's Charles De Gaulle airport has died in the airport that he long called home Died after a heart attack in the airport's terminal two F the Iranian man saga idly inspired the Steven Spielberg film the terminal starring Tom Hanks Naseri lived in the airport's terminal one from 1988 until 2006 first in legal limbo because he liked residency papers and later by apparent choice For years necessary slept on a red plastic bench making friends with airport workers and showering and staff facilities Many said the years of living in the windowless space took a toll on his mental states in
Mike Gallagher Podcast
Dinesh D'Souza: Election Denialism Runs Rampant on the Left
"Frankly, you've been over the target. I know they've come after you with a vengeance. There's been all kinds of controversy that want to shut down anybody who dares to speak to the issue of election integrity, but they sure don't want to be reminded of how all the Democrats claimed that Donald Trump wasn't the legitimately elected president in 2016. Dinesh every last one of them. I played a Montage over and over. Hillary, John Lewis, Stephen Jimmy Carter. They all said that the 2016 election was rigged, but don't you let dinesh d'souza produce 2000 mules. We got to shut that sucker down. I mean, the Democrats said that in 2004, in the bush Carey race, they said that in 2000, it was Bush who was quote selected and not elected over Al Gore. The last time the Democrats essentially conceded an election that they lost was 1988. This would be George H. W. Bush's victory over dukakis. So election denialism runs rampant on the left. That's true. What I find a little disturbing is people like Bill Barr, who tried to kind of guff on discredit 2000 mules by saying that cell phone geo tracking is not accurate and can not pinpoint mules a mule is kind of a delivery man who's delivering these fraudulent ballots to drop boxes. You can't find them by cell phone geo tracking, even though Bill Barr was head of the Justice Department, which uses cell phone geo tracking every day. The bus cases around the country. They're using it with January 6th. They use it in many other contexts. In fact, the FBI needed cell phone geo tracking to intercept Mike lindell in the drive in hardee's. He was there if they weren't tracking his phone.
Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast
Does Mike Pence Think He Can Be President?
"No, no, no, Mike Pence thinks he's going to be president. Do I have that? Oh yes. Yes, Mike Pence declines to say. Oh, there you go, Mike. He declines to say if he would vote for Trump in 20 24, one student asked mister Pence if Donald Trump is the Republican nominee for president 2024. Will you vote for him? Some in the crowd gasps. Oh, so rude. And chuck Lu said Santa said, well, there might be somebody else I'd prefer more. From Mike Pence, not manly, but almost hung. Yes. And said after November 8th, he will be thinking about the future. Plans to remain on hunger. That's terrific. I can't wait to see Mike Pence get his ass kicked by margin of error in all the polls. It really is. There are delusional, right? He's a great Republican candidate if it's 1988. You know what I'm saying? What is his base? The people that we're trying to hang him, or I'm unclear. Pretty much. Yeah. Okay. All right, oh, yeah, his base are people who hates Mike Pence. That's what he's trying to get to vote for.
AP News Radio
EU awards top human rights prize to the people of Ukraine
"The European Union has awarded a top human rights prize to the people of Ukraine The sakharov award named after Soviet dissident Andre sacrosanct was created in 1988 to honor individuals or groups who defend human rights and fundamental freedoms It's the second straight year EU lawmakers have used the prize to send a message to the Kremlin imprisoned Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny won it last year Ukrainians have demonstrated resilience in the nearly 8 month old war despite an uptick in Russian attacks in recent weeks I'm Charles
The Dan Bongino Show
Joe Concha Describes the Writing Process for 'Come on, Man!'
"You have this book out Come on man About Biden's I would like to cuss right now but I won't Let's call it crappy presidency Here's my question to you Yes How the hell did you keep this book under the word count What did they tell you We're looking for 70,000 words You could have written 700,000 words You could have ridden Anna karenina How the hell did you fit this kind of content into one book Dan you know that's the best question I received so far Thank you I got to tell you it's like a movie and you got something like that that's like the movie version of war and peace There's so much material to work with When I have 700,000 I just confined it to the most egregious examples of this man who somehow has failed upwards his entire life when you think about it They law school He says hey I finished at the top of my class No he finished at the bottom Then he runs for president in 1988 and he has to drop out due to plagiarism which is a recurring theme throughout his life And then even as a senator as a vice president and now as president profoundly below average yet this is what we have settled for because we had a media that was so hell bent on getting out the 45th president They didn't bother to look very much under the hood of what was coming with the 46 president and now you see him polling and Joe Biden lower than any first term president in polling history going all the way back to Harry S. Truman Congratulations America This is what we're stuck with
AP News Radio
'The Phantom of the Opera' to close on Broadway next year
"I Mike Gracia reporting the phantom of the opera is scheduled to close on Broadway next year It has been a fixture on Broadway since 1988 But the phantom of the opera Broadway's longest running show is drawing to a close Phantom is scheduled to close in February 2023 The latest and biggest victims so far of the post pandemic drop in theater attendance in New York A spokesperson told The Associated Press Friday the final performance of phantom will be February 18th That will conclude a run of 13,925 performances The closing of phantom will promote Chicago which started in 1996 to Broadway's longest running active show I Mike Gracia
Trivia With Budds
"1988" Discussed on Trivia With Budds
"Region in the toe of Italy from this island. And number ten, we can thank him for two names in this category. His second wife, Joanne Copeland, and his third Joanna Holland, the category is Joanne's Joanna's, et cetera. We can thank him for two names in this category. His second wife, Joanne, Copeland, and his third Joanna Holland. Those are all of your questions for these ten from jeopardy and double jeopardy in 1988. We'll be back with the answers after this. We are back with the answers to the questions in the jeopardy game we just played along with. Those were fun, 204 $100 questions from a single and double jeopardy. Let's see if you got them all. Number one, couples in the news, $200, this big city boy is an allergic to pollen, Tracy pollen that is, Michael J. Fox is the answer, Michael J. Fox, from family ties and Back to the Future. Number two, sweets, joy of cooking's recipe for these makes about 8, 5 inch long fat man or 16 thinner ones. That would be gingerbread men. I'd rather have a thin one than a thick one myself. I think they're funner to snap, and I don't like a real thick cookie myself. Number three, over 400 of these account for about 40% of your body's weight more for Arnold Schwarzenegger, perhaps that's muscles, muscles. Number four, definitions, it's a comfy covering for your teapot, a tea cozy, a tea cozy. Number 5, The Beatles, white album was the answer there, color of the cover, the album officially called the beetles that was the white album. Number 6 in December 1987, the bear brothers of Colorado bought famous Amos cookies, famous Amos. Number 7 by 1750 about 10% of England's population lived in this city, London, London. Number 8, he promises new thinking that news speak in his book, perestroika that's Mikhail Gorbachev, Mikhail Gorbachev, number 9, we had Sicily, the strait of Messina separates the Calabria Calabria. Region in the toe of Italy from this island Sicily was the answer and number ten double jeopardy. Joanne's join us, et cetera, we can thank him for two names in this category of second wife Joanne Copeland and his third Joanna Holland, Johnny Carson, late night talk show host Johnny Carson. And there you have it, that is today's quiz on 1988 in the form of jeopardy questions. Hope you had fun with those. I think I have maybe 5 or 6 other rounds written like that from different years courtesy of Luke McKay. I'll record those at some point soon. Your fact of the day, Sweden has 267,570 islands the most of any country in the world. That is crazy. 267,000, I would never guess Sweden, but I would guess wrong. But there you go. Now you know. Thanks for listening. Thanks for telling a friend. We'll see you next time for more trivia with buds. Don't forget, go sign up on Patreon for a buck or more and be entered in a raffle to win a T-shirt of your choice at the end of this week. Cheers..
Trivia With Budds
"1988" Discussed on Trivia With Budds
"Here we go. It is jeopardy. Trivia. These are questions from the game show over 30 years ago. This is 1988, 204 $100 questions. These were compiled by my friend, Luc McKay, and I thought this was a fun idea. Remember think 80s for all of these answers. Number one, $200 category couples in the news. This big city boy isn't allergic to pollen, Tracy pollen, that is. Number one, $200 category couples in the news. This big city boy isn't allergic to pollen, Tracy pollen, that is number one..
"1988" Discussed on Still Buffering
"She's deeply unhappy. Also by the end of the movie. I feel like they do a pretty decent job of making her still kind of dark and misunderstood still sort of weird unusual But not unhappy. Which i think is nice that they don't like have her coming home in. I mean she's in her school uniform. Which is whatever that's why she had to wear but they don't have her in like a floral print dress or something. You know what i mean. Change you she really make that mistake at the end of the movie. Making her seem like now. She's a normal girl. Look don't worry fall into the grease trap. Yes putting her in a leather bodysuit. Yeah not actually just you know metaphorically well they save it from being like some sort of weird cautionary tale. Yeah you know because it would be like at the end. She came home and she's got a big boehner hair and she's like bobby asked me to dance. Yeah so excited we're gonna go for sodas chocolate shop afterwards. I mean it is kinda like I i think the same we just talked about. But i'm a cheerleader. And that's kind of the same thing right like she's still a cheerleader. Like she had changed who she was and now she's just like out in happy. Lee is still like who she is but now she's just have goth. That's fine that's fine. She is and they're actually a lot of those. Yeah and she communed with spirits. That's fine and that's fine. They live there with her. That's no problem. Why like that. It's like she has these wholesome parental figures like her. Her actual parents are very. I don't wanna say they're not good parents. But they're definitely not like wholesome traditional like proud of you parents and so she knows what she's got that with her ghosts she's more well-adjusted that's very nice and they do. I also noticed at the end Delia doing her art. And then there's like the magazine cover behind her. That talks about how she's the new artists the new hot artists or whatever or something like she has had success in her art world. Now or whatever. That's kind of nice little. I do like that. They switched up just a little bit in the musical. Which i know mentioned a few times but just because i think it's like a very good like adaptation because it's still the same story but just with a few changes but she's a life coach in the musical and like that's how she met lydia's dad was he. That was his life coach but then he needs her to like libya and that all of those interactions with her trying to like life. Coach about the spirituality of the universe and the earth and Lydia's you know throughout the before. She's a happy gone by the end. very good very funny. Yeah i have to see the musical because that's very good. Yeah i i have..
"1988" Discussed on Still Buffering
"I have to ask. Did did cooper get to the point where there was. I mean the the marriage have any questions because you did say grownups. And that was the thing that i did appreciate the musical. They kind of lean into that and made it very obvious how it was. Do they address it. There's a song called creepy old guy that lydia sings with everyone about how she's marrying her in creepy guy And they all kind of knowledge. It's very weird. I did appreciate that will shift in musical. Did she have any questions about Not really other than she kept. I kept saying oh no like that so bad. She doesn't oh no that's wrong. She doesn't wanna marry him and she kept instead of saying like. I understand what you're trying to say to me. Mommy and i the yes. Obviously this is a bad situation and she kept looking at me going. It's okay mommy beetlejuice won't win. It's okay oh she took it a step further. It was like mommy maybe you. I haven't seen this before but i know how these things play out like. He's probably it's gonna be fine. There's no way the movie ends with with her being forced into marrying beetlejuice. Okay don't worry. Mummy it'll be beetlejuice won't win it. It has resulted. it's reinforced now. My children screaming beetlejuice over and over again. Oh good for him to try Cooper to try to summon him and charlie to try to quickly unsung him. Before he has the opportunity to manifest. And charlie trying to keep track of how many times cooper has said it to. Because that's the other thing is like cooper doesn't really understand that like it's three times where she does but then says it multiple times anyway and so charlie will sit there and count to see like okay. Did she on summoned him on her own. I think she said at six times. So i think i'm good. I don't think i have to say anything. Do the math to figure out. Like is beetlejuice coming or not but i keep going. You know beetlejuice coming right like you know. And she was like he never know kept to sure but just me on the safe side. It does feel weird at the end of the movie. I was watching them. All attempt to say beetlejuice three times to make him go away and it occurs to me. There's a big long stretch of time where they could have done that and they don't then that bothered me. Yeah yeah well. I mean i know it's a movie is moving. Don't worry he won't win won't win. But yeah the i for some reason. I thought that the only thing that would bother them with the sand worm. That's not true. Yeah the sand worm is not not scary. I don't think even like watching if i was a kid. Now i can see where charleen cooper coming i mean. They're not impressed by that technology. Probably what is this doesn't look. Like my cartoons. I also i do think like it's kind of i don't know this might be me extrapolating too much from it. But like lydia. In the beginning. I like i said i connected with her a lot. 'cause she was like dark and misunderstood and i was at that point in my teenage years where i was dark misunderstood And but we also get a glimpse to like..
"1988" Discussed on Still Buffering
"Now i had thought as we were watching beetlejuice that had never occurred to me before So i love catherine o'hara of course she's just funny always like f- well. I wanna effortlessly. But i mean she probably does work very hard. Yeah but it seems. It feels effort effortlessly funny and everything. She does And as she she enters this movie because they are the family that is moving into the house that is supposedly left vacant. This deceased couple but secretly. They're still ghost there as she's moving into the house it hits me. I'm looking at her. All dressed in like basically black and white sort of motif all the time from the city from new york being forced into this sort of rural living environment where she's uncomfortable and doesn't have all the things she needs and thinks everything sort of tacky and tasteless and not up to her standards and it's all unpleasant and hits me that it is very similar to her character and shits creek. Yeah oh right like like. I felt like that was part of the joke. Right i mean with shits creek. Is that hurt. Aesthetic is so close to these this movie. I didn't know that. Until i was looking at her in this movie and i thought like it just made sense that she was dressed that way and i realized like oh of course because i'm looking at her as more arose and that's not who that is. That's you know whatever defeats. I forget her first. Name anyway delia. Yes yes and. I never occurred to me. Do you think it is. Isn't that part of the inspiration. I mean i don't know any facts. But there's gotta be something they're like when she's wearing the glove as a headband. You know down like that's such a thing that we're rose would wear. Also i think it's cool cool. Look but i hadn't even thought about i mean. Obviously i knew they were both catherine o'hara but i had not even made that connection between the characters until you said.
"1988" Discussed on Still Buffering
"And unusual I felt that i was more in connection with the spirit. Realm i dunno things that were spooky And like the idea of like ghosts communing with me and being friends with them. Maybe it was. Just 'cause i didn't have any actual human friends. Maybe maybe the dead couple in the house. That would be friends with me. And i can help them build their model town cps relevant interest but But that part of it was the idea of like. That seems very comforting. They just get to keep living in their in their house and he keeps working on his model forever forever but she says she says like we're all the other dead people early in the movie and he looks at her and says maybe we're in heaven. And i just thought that's like a very like sweet little moment like heaven. It's just the two of us in our house forever and we don't have to go anywhere do anything except we experienced that in the past year. But this is why part of why i chose this movie. Is it really like lydia. Deeds to me was like okay. This is i. I so understand this person. Her parents don't get our nobody gets her. She's misunderstood by society and does it in an only the only people who could possibly get her already dead. So i feel you lydia. I don't remember being upset by the concept of death in this movie. I do remember the character of beetlejuice just like making me very stressed out not re watching it but like the first time i watched it is remember this the whole his whole vibe just really is it. 'cause he didn't get gross stuff yes very. I think that's probably why he's very gross. And i found that very upsetting but not like a scary way just like i don't enjoy you know now it's fine but when i was younger it was not it is it is interesting. This is the original source material for the cartoon the musical and i think that the beetle juice that we get in both is a much more palatable to actually be he's not he's not some fun guy you just like you know. He's pretty terrible. He he is they. They are so effective with First of all the costume makeup the fact that he always has that greenish thing on the side of his face. It looks like it's some sort of mold or mildew or something growing on him it gets very viscerally. Upset at looking at him saw a lot of like. I feel like. I know what you smell like looking at the mold growing on you like it's unpleasant And then just like his performance raise takes every opportunity to do things that are growing up setting. Yeah i agree. I agree that the character beetlejuice. I always found. Yeah pretty gross. Although i will say The musical and cartoon versions. I agree or much much better but tae you and i went to a beetlejuice. Pop up restaurant Right before the the world ended a week before and the beetle juice. That was in. This restaurant was equally as upsetting irs. Nobile jeez real. The guy playing do the walk through the restaurant Yes that's a weird fit for a restaurant..
"1988" Discussed on Still Buffering
"Saw Can a little kid mary. they're stuffy. Yes i that yes and she said okay my and then it hit me and i said do you. Do you wanna marry jackie. Which is what. She called jax kellington right. Her jackson ellington stuff that she sleeps with every night. Yes so did they get married. They have not gotten married yet. I don't belong engaged. She's definitely interested. In jack's killington so he's just gotta wait for him to propose. Which if that happens it. I would actually be worried. I yeah i don't know. She talks to her studies and pauses like long pauses quiet pauses in between so. I assume they're talking back. You have some sort of adult situation going on there with just killington and she tells them bad things about you. She does say bad things about you. They get mad at me. When i like when i won't let her do something. When i'm like no cooper you can't eat these marshmallows. She goes and tells. Jackie and sally on me. Would you like. Sally might poison bad energy. I think to have in your house. The steffi's don't like you got the dark stuff going on there stuff. You don't like me. She's going to get married to jacky and then he's a part of your family is my son. And he's your son. My son in law scaling. He's stuffy it's fine. I am glad you set her straight to to lady dogs can get married though that get fusion. Well then we had. The only thing that went awry is after this whole conversation. She was like we're playing in her dollhouse and she had bluey be the little girl blue. The dog that's a great cartoon by the way anyway and she was like in here a her two mommies elsa. Well well. I was like well. Okay it's another role about. This is great. Like i love. I love doing like this is good. We're going good direction from hold on so close so close to explain. Yeah he's three. Yeah i know we're getting there. We're working on it recession. I have books. I'm gonna keep using my books. They're better at explaining me. Apparently so did you all watch. Because you're supposed to. Yes yes it did. It had been a longtime. Yeah me too. I didn't realize how long had been since i've watched beetlejuice. Did either of your kids with you. Both what did they think who they scared. I may have made a miscalculation okay. I can't believe that. So i i i 'cause i justin. I was like. I need to watch this movie. I'm thinking it's too scary for the girls. What do you think and he was like. I don't think so. I don't i mean 'cause they watch the beetlejuice cartoon. I think i've said that before. I haven't let me clarify. Justin got the beetlejuice cartoon that used to be on tv. Like i don't know how. Long ago taylor you and i were little. That was the ninety s He got that on dvd and plays it for the girls..
"1988" Discussed on Bald Movies
"Both of those things are true. And you gotta believe it. Yes i mean. There's definitely a bit of that for sure at the end jackson protesting over the gates. Right if we open these gates the people below essentially find out that everything we've been telling them is bullshit We have never been at war with east asia. You're your eight. I don't know all at church. Yeah yeah yeah sure. I 'cause like. I said nothing in middle age. I feel like that's the both things true. It's almost like you watch david. Simon any work. David simon and they're all saying essentially that change is that the system is broken. Needs to be changed but systemic change is impossible. The only thing you can do is like directly help out people where you can and your individual life and fight against the system where you can but like it's ultimately hopeless And like that's that's kinda self defeating. It's kind of like a you know. A lot of mark stars capitalism's going to collapse. Just sit back and wait for it. Happened that doesn't sound like a great plan. I wonder if it's like that's the distance of like you know what your system all you want to system's going to win but every once in a while you can. You can nudge the teeth of the year. Whoa notch or two forward and like if you give up all hope. you'll never get that nudge. But also if you just like strain and pull you just going to hurt yourself and burn yourself out and you're you'll beat your head against the system will beat beat your head back so that's a form of cognitive dissonance. That like it's it's it's useless to resist but also resistance must be the resistance has to happen. I don't know. I think at the end of the movie. He's regained that. Hope he's become a young man again. He's he's no longer hopeless undying he's now vital and he's showing the people the way i mean. It connects earlier with the sting stuff where they kill hero simply for inspiring people for being a hero. Kill him because we'll have none of that. The people can't be inspired. They need to be no feeling like their lives are pointless and meaningless and about two ended a moment and then you know at the end of the movie. He shows them that in fact that doesn't have to be true. It's it's more a matter of like you get the future you want and becomes a self fulfilling prophecy if you simply say well nothing is working out and therefore i won't try to make something work out or change the system. Yeah that's that's what the innings all about. It's definitely got some of that. Cognitive dissonance in.
"1988" Discussed on Bald Movies
"Hey everybody welcome back to. I think we're calling the prestige film. Which i it. Consternation us a little bit in a pre podcast discussion. It's nineteen eighty-nine. The adventures of baron man chosen munchausen. I say mazda much. Oh yeah gee why go manch when you go much cher This is directed by terry gilliam. One of the famous world famous infamous monty python crew of the flying circus. You might recognize him as king. Arthur's servant patsy in the the holy grail. He also previously. This directed time bandits in brazil subsequent to this. He went on to direct the fisher king. Twelve monkeys fear and loathing in las vegas among a few others. It's written by terry. Gilliam and charles mccown mckeon. I don't know. I've really struggle with two welsh. Scottish irish stuff and insulting. I really struggled with insulting the british isles by lumping. Everybody together But he's a they met on the set of Life of life of brian and they became frequent writing collaborators on time pilots brazil. Twelve monkeys Almost all terrier terry stuff. It stars john neville which his immortal role in my mind is the well manicured man from the x. files series. That's that's what i see. This guy's face. I think of conspiracy architect eric. Idle another python You'll recognize him as sir robin the cowardly for monty python's Holy grail sarah polly. Who the. I recognized her in the two the two thousand. Four zack snyder. Dawn of the dead yet. Film oliver reed. Who is a very famous english actor who i was introduced to in his final role as proxima o- on gladiator. He was the ladder. Mentor of maximus who earned his freedom as a roman citizen in the in the coliseum and actually died in the middle film. It's a tragic story. Maybe we'll get to talking about it. Women thurman and i think our second ever film role new chevron knows you know pulp fiction. Gatica kill bill Jonathan pryce who bald new fans will recognize as being the evil high. Spero from game of thrones. He's also the governor from the pirates of the caribbean films. And general perron from evita also robin williams credited as some crazy wild ban which i don't know that's probably pretty close to the truth. He's the king of the moon stings in there somewhere. It's it's quite quite an interesting cast Talented cast music. Michael came in Who has done you know. in his. In his short life did a hell of a lot of stuff. Highlander expert robin prince. The's licensed to kill the entire lethal weapon series. The first three diehards mr holland's opus the iron giant frequency memento..
They Called This a Movie
"1988" Discussed on They Called This a Movie
"And i want to do harm this week. We haven't done a horror movie in a while we leprechaun we did. I guess trouble was technically a horror comedy but like nothing. That was a serious horror movie. A movie that took its horror seriously so looked on went to shutter see what they had to offer while after looking over a couple of different options. I wound up choosing maniac cop specifically because of their cast. The cast list is pretty amazing. It's got tom. Atkins fan friend of the show. Tom atkins he doesn't realize it. But he's a friend of the show. Bruce campbell richard roundtree and robertson. Dr the real star this movie fellas. Where are you coming from with. Maniac cop dan. I just like to call it cop this sort of a cab. The movie is it at the time. Oh big there. It's very self aware. There's a whole scene. Where they're they're interviewing like civilians on the street and again like i know plenty of people who've been killed by cops and they didn't do. They didn't do anything wrong. It was like holy shit. This nineteen eighty-eight eighty eight and they had the one bootlicker they used to just hit you with the slap jack and then everybody would listen. That guy screamed boomer energy. Your you know what. I'd never seen this movie. But again when when anthony brought to us the cast and listen you have tom atkins as bruce campbell. Don't stay no that that paring should've happened more than once. Because i mean those are horror. B movie horror royalty. I loved it. I knew the first three or four names on the list. Atkins comes up. and then i campbell. And then richard roundtree. Bob softeners just like. Oh okay. i may have missed the message for mad river in this movie. It felt like like eighties. New york movie that you see in terms of all the all the establishing shots and stuff. And i think that's what i liked about it. You know that felt very much of that time and didn't then try to do much terms of making it to wacky outside of the you know the killer but you have to do that but everything felt very normal new york from at least the movies that i've seen you know the cops go to a bar and they beat with the reporters at a bar you know and everybody seems to know that cop even the ladies of the night when he drives by phil very much time period. The pre giuliani news when it was new york yet when new york tom atkins is basically becoming a category. That on the actor side used to be only fulfilled by sam rockwell in the fact that if an says moving tom atkins in it. I am immediately watching it. No matter if i know the plot i've always i always seen him before we started this podcast in season of the witch which again was forced upon me is probably the wrong word by anthony because there's no i'm not much into the harsh as much. These two are but everything. I've seen them since..
Around the World in 80s Movies
"1988" Discussed on Around the World in 80s Movies
"Welcome to around the world in eighty s movies..
Around the World in 80s Movies
"1988" Discussed on Around the World in 80s Movies
"I do encourage you to click the link to my podcast. It's called the quit. Stir film review podcast somewhat similar to this format although it does cover. Recent movies usually ones out in theaters on d. or some streaming platform. You can find leaked that equiped. Stir dot net today. I'm going to be getting into the third of this. Three part series looking at comedies from the nineteen eighty eighties. That feature goes the last. Two movies looked at the ghostbusters films from the nineteen eighties. And this one is kind of like the anti ghostbusters ghostbusters. From the.
"1988" Discussed on Horror Vein
"He gets the look an spot. And what's also realistic. Is that the actor. You didn't like his stories you know he would have had a d. had area dishonors record and had he got you know i mean you know you just killed a kid so yeah he would have been put away rally for life story they of course he ran and then all starts locking up his in cynically. Yeah yeah you know. They're waiting afraid that they're going to try to call. The cops are waiting for the cops show up. And i don't think there is a you know any kind of law the now this is out in the boonies man. Yeah here's your yeah. Lamont and the only justice is the pumpkin head. That's the giant in this area. Pretty much you know so. That's what he did. And he was so distraught. In you know. And i and i like the fact that the the which you know she warns them. You know you know what you're getting into. And he's yeah gilmore on she's like okay and she says i can't bring your boy back right and i like that too. You know like what kind of which do you think. I am guy i want i want revenge. I dunno becomes. Says say that. He's just like he just says that killed my boy. What's really sad. And then i it's kinda done kind of but i like when he keeps seeing his. You know the boy would come up and go daddy. What did you do all. That was great. I was like that was great. That's scary coming from boy just like it feels so for sorry for him and oh yeah yeah. Yeah he's such an innocent go yet and he was just running after his dog. Good thing is that common and it's kind of like everything is like. Hey what's going to happen. That's boomer everything. yeah i know right. It's a downer. It's downright but i. i just think it's just so well done for the eighties. I mean just yeah. That's not a again another movie where there's no comedy it's not. It's not really. It's it's pure revenge movie and then he's trying to stop it and yeah realize pumpkin head is himself. Yeah that's got dark ending. It's a classic tragedy story and with a moral has got a moral to it and Yeah it's you know it's got some flaws to it in it's dated but jeez that monster still holds up today. I mean so well done man. I mean just sitting there going. Damn that looks good at creature is something else now. I know how you feel about sequels but have you seen any of the god no no no l. That's what i figured. That was pumpkin head to blood wings. What the fuck is that. And then there's is there four or then there was two additional sequels. Pumpkin head ashes to ashes and pumpkin head blood feud those were filmed in two thousand and six but they were made for television and then they were broadcast on. Sci fi. were all made for welsh. Inclu just the to the nineteen ninety four the second with a second sequel blood wing was nineteen. Okay yeah that one was in the theaters. I have no idea. I didn't even know until i started researching there was fucking or movies. Pumpkin head which now believe it makes sense. 'cause that's what they do now when now it's like i don't even know how many fucking wrong turn movies. They're arming there. Must be like twenty seven. I know with the front end even know those were there. They were pumping amount. Goes straight video talking about taking of. I think they just released this most recent one. Yeah it's been. It's been on a an apple. Tv for a while to to rent i-it's curious. I'm curious but i'm not paying twenty dollars. Fuck that shit. Oh it's twenty bucks. Wow maybe it's not maybe it's like oh no you can buy it for ten and i was like you can't rent it yet. Now i would wait until it comes on like. Hbo or shorter or something. Like that. i agree. I don't know anything about it and it just came straight to there which you know. Most movies are doing that but they didn't even try to give the ethical now now. They didn't which is kind of so. That's that's what has me worried about it. And that's it was just a reboot. I really do it to you. Know and while it's not a santa plum house. So it's not okay. I mean i could be wrong. Maybe it is. I have no idea. I've just you know but yeah they're trying to make more money on it and i'm just like come on the first i don't classic cash and by the way that segment. Yes our our segment that we talk about wrong turn is our most popular segments out of all still yes thing still go out and tasks of that movie because everybody's probably thinking we're talking about that movie and we're talking or they are going. Oh yeah. I remember the classic. I wanna listen to that. So yeah that's true either way either way. We appreciate listen we do. We do absolutely so. Yeah well. I definitely recommend The the stan. Winston classic pumpkin head the only movie he directed I could be wrong but like you said. He's a makeup guys at a real director. He's not unlike so. I wonder why he i guess he just Decided to try hand directing. I guess you know when pumpkin head came out He was on top of the world. You know he had done the one he wants to oscars for terminator two. Wow during the best visual effects and best makeup cash and he won An oscar for aliens aliens to yeah he did he was nominated. My gosh yeah. He did He did the stuff he gives nominated. For predator. he did predator all my gosh. He did edward scissorhands. he was nominated. how He did Bam returns and ask her for best. Visual effects for jurassic park was nominated for lost world and then he did And our for this movie. I like his movies. Ai artificial intelligence directed by steven spielberg. Which was was originally stanley kubrick movie. But he had passed away before he actually got the start filming so spill because him and spielberg were close and spielberg went. I'm going to finish this movie for my kubrick right it. While he was had everything in place to be able to go and make the movie. I'll show i don't know if you wrote it. I think he did. I think spielberg finished it but spielberg finish the movie forum and You know you like it. It's good. I like it it's I.
"1988" Discussed on Horror Vein
"Had something. Because i didn't have anything we would be like going We know what we'd be doing you know we'd be doing. Would we be talking about. I did watch double jeopardy talking about that. She gets trapped in a cost in terrain orleans. We'll be going back. That's creepy women back when We had nothing to talk about. We've talked about star. Wars and mcdonald's drive-thru absolutely. Yeah although i was i actually i probably could have because i actually not feeling well yesterday and i called him and i just Yeah so i was. I was watching. Tv that was on. Was it like a stomach thing or head. Coach stomach and a headache yeah. She's not enough. That i was expecting that but no nothing like that. Nothing like that. No oh gosh nor like flashbacks to When you have a colonoscopy those are fun see see the tangents we go on you see where you you just talking on that pants. Rob you see what you did there. So i was watching tv. I could've watched a horror film. i didn't But double jeopardy was on. So of course i did my homework. Wwj cohen. no no. No and then i went and then i did my homework. I like unhinged and something probably a lot better. But i was just lazy. And i i didn't i could've okay. Are you gonna watch it six months. I know i actually have to lie. The problem. the problem on two blackhawks games this weekend and that took up a lot of my time courts. I knew it dude. I was sean. One wasn't doing well this year They are well. They're with captain. They say what is wrong. Cain isn't he captain. No no yeah. Kanter is great. But they won't say what's going on with jonathan tapes. Come on. He's had this mystery illness. I think he's gonna lose. He hasn't played since the start. And they're not. They're not saying what it is very hush hush about it. That's all now know if it was cove it it would have been over with right now. People are thinking. Well what the hell is it. Is it cancer. I mean you know. Nobody knows yeah. That's where without andrew shower without seabrook. So it's just like you know but then you got all these rookies. That are doing wonderful anyway. The all canadian listeners. And we know your big hockey fans but yeah. They're probably huge montreal canadian's and the calgary flames cock. So do we do sorry at least hopefully. He's still listen to us. Yeah so i'll i'll i digress. Anyway so this is. I know so the circle back or a new thing now. Let's talk about sports in horror films. Sports 'cause i don't know much about anything else but You're you're hey you're doing really well down there my friend. Your lightning won the cup. Your your buccaneers won the super balls and you're raised almost won the world series. So there you go there you go. Yeah laura's lake. You are just buzz and down there. My friend i'm telling you. I'm telling you is because i moved down here. That's why i think so. I think the dolphins going and boom all my god and you'll be magic. You know come. Yeah i everything going on anyway. So that's what took up most of my time. And i just i could've watch something and i just didn't but you know I'm i'm disappoint. You got to really do your homework now. I know well thankfully you were able to pick up the slack this time because of strikes. No i know we get somebody. Got a detention. Go sit in a chair do that as a little kid. I had to just sit. There couldn't get out of the chair. Rob i'm telling you but creepshow because i know you're a huge fan all my god. Thank you would enjoy it. So so i think i dance gonna push me over the edge and probably order it but you gotta understand something. I don't like it. You can always cancel so the heat offering the thirty day free trial. I don't know if they have the thirty day. But i know they have a seven day free trial if you go to like groupon or something like that. You might be able to get a a code for a thirty day because that's what you got. Yeah that's what your past it. And i told me now. I'm keeping show so you're paying for oakland pan forecast but it's cheap as it like six bucks a month. That's all and they put new horror films on there all the time they got a lot of So they have a lot of independence independence Some of them that you know are released on shudder before the release on dvd. Or blu ray and then they have a lot of older films you know like they have all a lot of dairy or gento films and You know different different or things. There's a lot of stuff then. They have their own. Tv shows as well as creepshow. They have a couple of other ones. And so it's pretty cool. Let's run by. Amc you know. Oh okay shudder. As part of amc so right right. I saw that. I think that new walking dead show on there. Which sucks balls. Yeah i just. I was india would and then had just like diana and i just lost interest and i think it was. Yeah it was around the time. Like frank darabont left. I think that was around about that time wendy. Three lire fight left. That was after the second season at the whole show walking. Dead down fucking home. Yeah i mean. I think shortly after ethic was lou for that show that show was sogo darabont there and then the that's also the director of the shawshank redemption and the green mile. So yeah two fabulous the man and the mc fucked up to fuck them on a whole bunch of money. That's why left ice created that whole show. He put it all together. I know he did. Yeah but like. I said before the comic book is way better than the show. If you want to really get into it. Read the comic book. Now oh okay. So and then they get all the off shoots like the fear the walking by and then had this new one. That just came out. There's not sure they do rats five of how they're trying to you know it's all about money says walking dead people watch. It is just ridiculous. Yeah yeah and i. And i like the pro like design vs. I like what they were doing with it. You know what i really liked is that it's just like this. Open world clans and lou group. You don't know yeah. I mean it's just endless. Yeah love that. But clinton's dombi coconut Oh god yeah. I just i'm good. I'm good oh good. Oh tommy lee. What's his name man. Come on and what's his name. Oh what do you hear. hero soda. Harrelson adam white man. Yeah cheers cheers and many other centers. But i a nando on that not all right we will come back since we've board are already so far. Yeah we'll come back. And we'll talk about.
"1988" Discussed on Horror Vein
"Latest. Gentlemen horror yes. It is and i'm your host robert city. I'm your co host don fisher. We're talking about this week The movie pumpkin directed by the great stan winston. Yeah wow yeah. Wow stan winston. Yeah we'll we'll get into the second segment absolutely so this week i've been. I've been watching since i shudder now. I've been watching creepshow. And i had watched all the td season series. Yeah because the second. Season's coming out in april and So i was like. I'd seen like a first few episodes and i liked it. I thought it was cool. So i'm like i'm catching up. So now been you know going through a lot of the segments. I haven't gone through the first season yet but I have to say it's it's actually pretty good. It's not like like the movie. Is the movies fantastic but right for tv series. And what they do. I enjoy it. It's fun it's how many episodes in the first season. I think there's nine. If i wanted but there seems to each each segments has two stories in it. Okay and there's certain things that are really like about it and then there's certain things that i probably would have done differently but i it's like it's okay because the second episode are you on i think on six or seven l. i i can't remember but and is it. Reminiscent of the film is the same style. Try because what they do is you know. They opened up the segments with the The the creeper and then and then he doesn't say anything he just laughs and stuff like that but he animated. He's sometimes his animated sometimes. He's a practical effect. You know because it's okay. It's done by the got. It does the walking dead so it's really good so okay so then they go into like the comic book style thing where they show the pages and stuff like that and then it goes into the segment like the movie. So it's kind of like two separate stories in two separate stories. Yeah they had holly halloween one. That was pretty good and then Some really good. So if i if if you're thinking about getting shudder might be worth it For this one show they have a whole bunch of great stuff on there. And i'm really impressed with it and it's not that much money and i'm not there. They are not a sponsor so now it sounds like we to them. But i would highly recommend it i You know they had The movie that i've been waiting to see on their everyone's talking about this movie. I was i was like dynasty this morning. Finally got it In in just recently it's called the dark and a wicked okay. It's independent horror film. everyone's talking about. I'm like kind of the 'cause it's been on everyone's top ten list for two thousand and twenty in everyone's going. Oh you gotta see this movie or you're gonna see the movie so i was like okay. Cool here it is all right. Did you watch. I watched it. Yes and it's it's a slow burn. Man i was. I didn't know what to expect. It's very berry berry. Slow at the beginning. Okay once kicks in. You're you're trying to figure out what the hell's going on and it's relentless it's i mean it's good. There's some things. I would've changed but it just wasn't as good as i thought it was gonna be but okay. That's because they hyped it too much a mile. Maybe but there's you know some of the scenes. They were scary. There's a really just a couple really good scare scenes in it and then there's other scenes round like I want to ask. But it's like the mo- it's there is no happy moment in this movie whatsoever. I mean it's number. It's downbeat is no comic relief. No kind of relief. Okay once it kicks in and grabs. You won't let you go just like what's happening to the people in the movie. I mean without spoiling anything. What is the premise. It's pretty much about It's takes place in a farmhouse in These Grandparents against the father is sick and the mother calls her siblings two out to the farmhouse to help her But she's like. I really don't want you here when you find out. Why later on. But it's really weird. It just starts really weird and she's acting weird and it just goes from there. I can't talk okay. Anybody that i know it. That's in it as far as the actors. Are maybe alexander berkeley if you know who he is if you saw him you probably know him Okay he plays a priest in there. And what you see them. You're like oh that guy okay but okay. That's about it. it's very well done. Don't get me wrong. But i was expecting something more and i thought it'd be a little bit more scary. I mean it's got some really scary stuff and then it was like scenes where it could have been really scary. They kinda screwed it up was gonna mediocre. Yeah i've been there. I've been there. This is slow at the beginning. God knows fall asleep. Only witnesses move really is. What is this going to happen. Would you say for the first half or most but then when it starts going it's like okay cool but like turn on a dime this turn on a dime but just like actually stuff starts happening. Okay okay but anyway. So dark. And the wicked. Dirk in the wicked. Yes right. And that's on shudder shorter. Yes now is the only way. I can see the creepshow tv series. Shudder catch it. Unless it's a shutter exclusive or something. Right now i don't know if after the first season though release. Dvd or something like that. Maybe later on but are netflix sir. Hello because it's it's it's made specifically for schroder. Oh yeah and like how much is shudder. it's cheap. it's like five ninety nine a month a month. Yeah that's really cheap. It's not and they got a lot of let a good horror films on her. Yeah i'm i'm really i'm close money you can't it. It's not that expensive. A have new stuff coming on all the time. They got the second season coming up in april and they just signed for a third season. So it's been great show creepshow is going to be at least three seasons now and it's decent you like it. Yeah it's not it's like. I said it's not bad. It's not you know if you're a fan of the movie movie you enjoyed i was. I was surprised. I was like okay. I was i was like i don't know if they'll be able to pull this off and what i've seen so far. I'm like i like this. This is not bad. it's not creepshow. Two oh god no yeah. Yeah and then they third. Oh my god speaking of sequels am. I know we'll probably get to this in the second segment. But i saw they did like like four. Pumpkin heads. is there for at least three. Yeah there's all my god i'm like. What are you bringing this up now. This isn't the second fort. We'll talk about the second. We'll get there get their kid. Yeah i know. I on the other hand has nothing here. I inside is i been hogging the segment. So you're good because i didn't watch i didn't watch anything i go. Well now don't feel bad now. I'm glad you.