35 Burst results for "2014"

Will Chamberlain on Ronald Reagan's Favorite Magazine 'Human Events'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:19 min | 3 d ago

Will Chamberlain on Ronald Reagan's Favorite Magazine 'Human Events'

"Before we talk about big tech, you were the publisher, human events, fabulous, and newspaper. For those who are not familiar with it, because it's like this silent conservative success story, what say a little bit about human events before we move on to big tech. Oh, sure, yeah. It was Ronald Reagan favorite magazine, but it was basically defunct for about 5 years from about 2014 to 2019. At the time I bought it with Raheem kassam and had him as EIC. We split pretty quickly, but I think we brought back a very higher a little bit of a higher aesthetic. A lot of the early human events articles, especially when I was publishing, were really beautiful art from Ian miles Chong, who's actually on Twitter, one of his most people know I'm just from his tweets, but you wouldn't know that he's actually a very talented graphic artist. And so much of the beautiful art that was on the articles was there. And we just had a lot of very good interesting contributions. I was really trying to push at the time, push the right towards this kind of more almost like pragmatic ruthlessness and achieving things. It kind of connects to big tech because when I was on the aggressive action on big tech, bandwagon back in 2018, 2019 when most conservatives, I think we're still a little hesitant about trying to regulate it because they come from this predisposition. Small government, small government type thing. And we were just really trying to push, no, no, no, that's, in this case, that's a self defeating principle.

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Yoram Hazony on Foundations of the Conservative Movement in the 1960s

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:52 min | Last week

Yoram Hazony on Foundations of the Conservative Movement in the 1960s

"Through kind of what we would consider to be kind of post World War II liberalism. If I were to be honest, in 2014 and 15, I was kind of naive enough to believe that real conservatives were actually small L liberals that we are the defenders of classical liberalism. You push back against this and you kind of also reject some of the fusionism of the 1960s and kind of some of the liberal movements post World War II. For some of our audience that isn't as well read into that. Give them a little bit of a taste of exactly what happened post World War II with this kind of quote unquote neoliberal orthodoxy that set in and how some even self described conservatives would play ball with that. Sure. I mean, the truth is that the conservative movement in the 1960s, which was put together the quarterback was, as you know, was William Buckley. But it was actually an alliance of liberals and conservatives, liberals, meaning people who are people are mostly concerned with individual freedoms and conservatives who are much more concerned with the question of how do we maintain and transmit things from one generation to the next. And the reason for the coalition, I mean, there's lots of times in places where liberals and conservatives were in different opposing political parties, opposing movements. But in the 1960s with the rise of socialism, you know, sort of across the board in America and Britain and other democracies. And the threat of communism, obviously, of the Soviet communism, which was expanding rapidly. So in that situation, the right was kind of reconstituted as an alliance between liberals and conservatives.

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A New Respect for the Original Founder of Twitter

The Trish Regan Show

02:06 min | 3 weeks ago

A New Respect for the Original Founder of Twitter

"This is really something this next story I appreciate this, you know? I had kind of written Jack Dorsey off, but lately he's become a little bit more entertaining and perhaps a little bit more authentic. There are some pretty strong words, tweets, thoughts, from Jack Dorsey out this week. He was alleging an exchange on social media on none other than Twitter. The company he founded that he's on the board of and is about to step down from, that CNN created conflict during protests in Ferguson, Missouri. Remember that way back in, I guess it was 2014. So this was a thread about CNN and fake news, endorsing said, and I quote here, I know this from being on the streets of Ferguson during the protests and watching them try to create conflict and film it, causing the protesters to chant F CNN. It all started because CNN's media reporter, Brian stelter over there said, and I quote Tucker Carlson is always selling the same thing. This was a reference to a piece that he tweeted out about how Fox was trying to effectively sell doubt. And Dorsey wrote back and said, and you are all selling hope? In other words, I think he gets it? These mainstream media companies are all trying to sell something. And by the way, is not hope. I mean, he's being sarcastic there because you know, CNN is on one side of things. You get Fox on the other, but they're all, this is why I love, by the way, independent media. Again, make sure that you subscribe to this channel and to this podcast. But you know, they're all kind of, they've got bigger agendas. Anyway, newsmax is correspondent Alex salvi took to his Twitter account and accused Dorsey of trying to defend Carlson and then Dorsey responded saying, you know what? Quote, not defending a thing. And added up that he was adding that he was just holding up a mirror. So just a mirror at what they're all trying to do.

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AP: Russia Launches Fight for Industrial Heartland, Ukraine Says

Mark Levin

01:24 min | 3 weeks ago

AP: Russia Launches Fight for Industrial Heartland, Ukraine Says

"Associated depressed Russia launched its long third full scale offensive to take control of Ukraine's east Ukrainian president Vladimir zelensky announced Now we can already state that the Russian troops have begun the battle for the Donbass Significant part of the entire Russian army is now concentrated on this offensive General Keane indicated on life liberty and Levin last night that 75% of the Russian military is now present in this battle That's a lot The Donbass is Ukraine's mostly Russian speaking industrial heartland in the east where Moscow backed separatists have been fighting Ukrainian forces for the past 8 years since 2014 and have declared two independent republics that have been recognized by Russia This is another hitlerian tactic Oh they speak German and they want their independence Therefore I will recognize it The sedate land Recent weeks the Kremlin declared the capture of the Donbass its main goal of the war after its attempt to storm Kyiv failed You have to withdrawing from the capitol began regrouping and reinforcing its ground troops in the east for what could be a climactic battle No matter how many Russian troops are driven there we will fight zelensky vowed We will defend ourselves We will do it every day

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Former Green Beret Rep. Michael Waltz on the Ukraine Crisis

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:38 min | Last month

Former Green Beret Rep. Michael Waltz on the Ukraine Crisis

"Talk to us about the last 5 weeks because the Ukrainians, they stood up to the plate and their use of irregular tactics. With one anti tank missile on the back of every rifleman, talked us about the performance on both sides as well. One, the Ukrainians have been trained by green berets and that's what we specialize in around the world is embedding with militias, tribes, allied military, and making them better. I think you're seeing 8 years of that training payoff since 2014 when they were invaded the first time. And then secondly, thanks to president Trump who began sending in the lethal aid in the first place after Obama through literally through blankets and MREs at the process. Yes. That said, they should have had a lot more than they had. The other thing we had the commander of NATO and general milley admit during these hearings is Ukrainians would have been in a far better place if they had stingers before the invasion before. Not a week after the invasion. Right. And a sticking point that I pressed them on also is why aren't we training them? Why aren't we training battalions, companies, platoons, still. So we did that great training in the last 8 years, but we cut it off as soon as the invasion started. Why aren't we training them in Poland and Romania? In safe places on NATO terrace. That's right. Well, we can deploy with ease. That's right. Bring them over there and keep the training. So the NATO commander said, well, we're not doing that congressman as a matter of policy. So I went to the Secretary of Defense and said, why aren't we doing it? He said, oh yeah, we are, but we can't get any confirmation

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John Zmirak on the 'Obligation' of Defending Ukraine

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:19 min | 2 months ago

John Zmirak on the 'Obligation' of Defending Ukraine

"Out. John, you know, you're giving us the picture of what's going on in Ukraine and in Russia. What do you say to folks who say that we can not, I was talking to Frank gaffney earlier today. And he, I think he's on the same page as we are on many things, but on this issue, he seems to think that we do have some kind of an obligation to prevent Russia from gobbling up Ukraine. Okay, and where is the treaty that we signed? That was ratified by Congress. Allying us with Ukraine. There is nothing. Well, it's like Vietnam. I mean, there was no tree that we were supposed to. It's the idea that. Yeah, it was not a great idea. It wasn't the Vietnam War, just a dandy wonderful idea that was so good for America. That's what radicalized America did in Vietnam War did more for the Communist Party and the leftist movement and legal abortion and divorce and gay activism, but one thing, the worst thing that ever happened to America politically was the Vietnam War. Not only did it achieve nothing in Vietnam, except delay victory of communism, it brought communism onto our college campuses. So yeah, I mean, we have. No, we have no moral obligation to Ukraine except for one thing, okay? The one thing you could say is we overthrew the elected government of Ukraine in 2014 and put in pro American Stooges who were picked by the U.S. ambassador Victorian new world. So insofar as you create as a puppet government, our CIA setup. I guess we have some obligation to puppet governments that we set up. But there is no moral obligation to go to war with Russia. Again, Ukraine is not a part of NATO. That's what it means to be a NATO is that we will go to war with Russia on your behalf. I think we should dissolve NATO that it's an insane idea to have a nuclear trigger all three Eastern Europe. But certainly, let's not pretend that Ukraine is a member of NATO with all the rights and privileges of being a member of

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2019 ABC Report Tied Hunter Biden to Corrupt Ukranian Company

Mark Levin

01:58 min | 2 months ago

2019 ABC Report Tied Hunter Biden to Corrupt Ukranian Company

"But here's what they did then Dave good morning to you This is actually an issue Joe Biden has been dealing with since 2014 but it's come up again because he's now running for president Republicans including president Trump are trying to hammer biting over this At issue was Hunter Biden profiting off his dad's work as vice president and did Joe Biden allow it We're talking about millions of dollars in at least two countries Mister vice president Tom llamas with ABC News how you doing Got a quick question for you It's a question we tried to ask repeatedly Can we ask you about Ukraine and China But kept getting blocked Questions about foreign deals his son Hunter Biden pursued my father Joe Biden In countries where Joe Biden was working as America's top diplomat In 2014 Ukrainians sick of corruption revolted Vice president Joe Biden went to Kyiv to help the new government You have to fight the cancer of corruption But then something strange happened Just three weeks later a Ukrainian natural gas company burisma accused of corruption appoints Hunter Biden seen here in their promotional videos to their board of directors Paying his firm more than a $1 million a year Hunter a lawyer who had just been discharged from the navy reserves for testing positive for cocaine Mister Hunter Biden he had served on other boards but had no known experience in Ukraine or natural gas We went to Kyiv and found even among Joe Biden's supporters in Ukraine hunters hiring was troubling All right now we'll continue with this one But this is June of 2019 June now if I had put together this report for my home radio station where I'm here every morning on wmma in Washington D.C. in the nation's capital Where I do our morning show there If I did that report maybe two weeks before the presidential election oh there'd be red flags everywhere

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Sen. Ted Cruz: Putin Built Nord Stream 2 to Eventually Invade Ukraine

The Dan Bongino Show

01:46 min | 2 months ago

Sen. Ted Cruz: Putin Built Nord Stream 2 to Eventually Invade Ukraine

"Tragically a tragic at this point I mean the hilarity of the Biden's administration's their messaging campaign just never ends It's like a clown show They just got over a 6 month cycle of telling us why we need to stack the court and get rid of the filibuster because they're Jim Crow relics of racism Yet you put a bill out there to sanction Nord stream to which would have done significant damage to Putin's war machine and they literally Democrats filibuster your Bill using this quote racist tool and now that where's the media coverage of that center Nowhere Zero That is exactly right And if you look at for your listeners it's important to understand why Russia invaded Ukraine Ukraine used to be part of the Soviet Union Putin as long wanted to invade Ukraine because Putin wants to reassemble the old Soviet Union And he did invade Ukraine in 2014 invaded Crimea the southern portion of Ukraine but he stopped He didn't invade the entirety of the nation Why Because Russia's major source of revenue is exporting oil and gas in the natural gas goes on pipelines right through the middle of Ukraine And so Putin couldn't risk damaging that energy infrastructure because if he did if those were damaged or destroyed he couldn't get his gas to Europe The next year in 2015 Putin began building what's called Nord stream two and an undersea pipeline that goes directly from Russia to Germany It circumvents Ukraine It skips Ukraine altogether And the reason he started building Nord stream two was because if it was completed and turned on then he could invade Ukraine and not need to worry about the energy infrastructure because he could get his gas to Europe using Nord stream

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You Can Blame Barack Obama for the Russia Invasion

The Larry Elder Show

00:52 sec | 2 months ago

You Can Blame Barack Obama for the Russia Invasion

"All it takes all it takes for evil to prevail is for good man to stand up and do nothing. I think what we're witnessing right before us is that the world can't handle a weak America. The world can't handle weak America. All of these, all of these, all of these left wing radicals that talk about how unexceptional America is, how systemically racist, how evil, how bad, how this and that. But when the world is in trouble, who do they look to? That doesn't mean we should divert resources to every conflict. But we could have diverted this. We could have diverted this conflict as early as 2014. If Barack Obama would have stood up, he wanted to try to divert or he was scared that we would enter into World War three, but we managed to help arm the Ukrainians anyway.

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Senatorial Candidate Adam Laxalt Explains How Nevada Could Flip Red

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:40 min | 2 months ago

Senatorial Candidate Adam Laxalt Explains How Nevada Could Flip Red

"So Adam, some people have their doubts about a Republican winning statewide in Nevada, something you've done before. But tell us about how you think this year it can actually be done. I mean, Clark county, it's a beast. There's a lot of fraud, a lot of corruption, a lot of dead voters that are still on the rolls. Why do you feel this year? You're going to be able to conquer that giant. Yeah, first, I have one state wide on the former attorney general of the state. We won in 2014 when we had a red environment and I think that people need to understand that even in these slightly blue tilting years, this race has been this state has been razor thin. Trump lost the battle by two points, it's been well documented. That's with them changing our election, giving us mail in ballot, ballot harvesting all that kind of stuff. Senator masto only won by two points in 2016. Harry Reid was the majority leader in 16. You can't imagine how much how many chips he called in to get her in the office. And so we have the perfect opportunity and a state that has been ever so slightly blue to flip this seat in one last thing, the vaunted Harry Reid machine has slowly but surely been crumbling and the Democrats socialists and I don't mean that as just a tagline. They're actually self described and self named socialist took over the Democrat party here in Nevada. They invite the likes of Elon Omar to be guest speakers in our state. All these things make it prime for us to take the message to the voters and flip Nevada in

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John Zmirak on Deep State Election Steals

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:55 min | 2 months ago

John Zmirak on Deep State Election Steals

"Folks talking to John S mirak. John, the level of lies and corruption is so staggering. I always shrink from accepting that kind of a narrative just because it's too horrifying. I have to say, is this really true that it's this sick? I mean, you mentioned Soros and Schwab. These are people who basically are literally Hitler. There's close as you can get in our time. They are firmly standing against Russia for Ukraine. They don't believe in good or evil. They don't believe in anything. Whatever they believe in, I'm against it. And so the idea that that you're not hearing in the news that in 2014, we created the current Ukrainian regime. So this is not some, you know, actual outpouring of democracy among the Ukrainian people that is dirty. So it's also dirty. Yes, disgusting. They did in 2014 what they did to us in 2020. Same thing. They stole an election. When you say they, you mean the American deep state or CIA, or yeah. Okay, so and the American oligarchy. I mean, the media. You remember that Time Magazine story, how they were going to fortify democracy. And it would use Zuckerberg's portal that money to change election rules. On here? What's that? You know, Michael Anton? No. He wrote the story, the flight 93 election, that famous essay. He's got a book called the stakes where he talks about what we have as an American oligarchy that's trying to keep its power by any means necessary. And Trump was a glitch in the matrix. He's getting elected and they spent the next four years correcting the glitch and making sure it never happened again.

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WHO and WHAT Is Standing in the Way of Peace in Ukraine?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:50 min | 2 months ago

WHO and WHAT Is Standing in the Way of Peace in Ukraine?

"From newsweek dot com it says Ukrainian nationalist volunteers committing ISIS style war crimes is back from 2014. Cutting heads off and decapitating people. Now NBC News says that Putin is using false Nazi narrative justify Russian attack on Ukraine. Let's put that aside. I'm not here to say if Putin is right or wrong in that particular instance. What I am saying though is that when PBS can't went and went to Ukraine, they interviewed someone from this region, America's public broadcasting service published and promoted an interview with a renowned neo Nazi Ukrainian mayor. Without disclosing its politicians allegiance to World War II German leader Adolf Hitler and Ukraine's own Nazi sympathizer Stepan bandera. This is PBS that aired this. The interview comes just days after PBS published an article downplaying the links between neo Nazi politicians and the Ukrainian current political situation. On Thursday, March 4th, PBS hosted mayor Artem, some of top, and the country's northeast region. I'm reading from national pulse dot com. He says quote, my weapon is American and I feel like our occupiers will be pleased that we are killing them with American weapons. Now, it is not an exaggeration that these are legitimate Nazis. In fact, the PBS interview summit posed with a bandera portrait behind him. Albeit blurred out by PBS and their attempts to obscure their work with Ukrainian neo Nazis. Now we warned against this the very same people that have told us to get involved and support some of these Ukrainian groups are the same people that told us that we had a support the Syrian rebel rebels and the Syrian rebels ended up being friends with ISIS.

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Sen. Ted Cruz: U.S. Has Limited Weapons to Ukraine Since Obama Admin

Mark Levin

01:56 min | 2 months ago

Sen. Ted Cruz: U.S. Has Limited Weapons to Ukraine Since Obama Admin

"And then you know I don't get the sense that we are providing the Ukrainians with the military equipment they're begging for or the incredibly courageous president of Ukraine wouldn't have to keep asking for it And I get the sense also that the Europeans are providing more weaponry than we are Do we know I don't know So we don't know the specifics We know several things We know number one going back to Barack Obama Barack Obama repeatedly refused to give Ukraine any lethal military aid even after Russia invaded Ukraine invaded Crimea in 2014 Obama was sending them blankets and teddy bears And I and others in the Senate were leading the fight to send lethal military aid and Obama blocked it Fast forward to Joe Biden Biden last year twice halted the shipments of military aid to Ukraine Once in April once in December Biden did both of those because he was trying to negotiate with Russia and he thought that by cutting Ukraine off from military assistance that Russia would be likely to make a deal He doesn't understand that Putin and all bullies in tyrants They don't respect weakness And I can tell you in January there was a bipartisan group of senators that went to Ukraine and when we got when they got there and there were cameras and toe that were filming everything They were unloading shipments of lethal military aid from the United Kingdom because the Brits had stepped forward and were providing military aid to Ukraine and they were so ashamed by the camera showing the UK stepping up and doing what the U.S. should do that Biden finally began providing some military aid but we need to do much much more We need to be providing them with stingers and javelins and significant numbers

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Why We Can't Just Ignore Putin With Victor Davis Hanson

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:57 min | 2 months ago

Why We Can't Just Ignore Putin With Victor Davis Hanson

"Professor Hansen, welcome back to America first. Thank you for having me. We have to talk about the. Change in approach between the two administrations, not just to Russia, but also to NATO. But first, can I tease you out on what a problem I have with my fellow conservatives. Some of whose shows you are on quite regularly as well, who are saying, well, Ukraine doesn't matter, it's an irrelevance. The southern border is far more important or what's happening in Canada shouldn't conservatives be able to chew gum and walk at the same time. Isn't it axiomatic that whilst what is happening in Canada is very problematic. While we have to secure the southern border, a nuclear armed bully doing the things he does in his neighboring region eventually is not good for Americans either. Please give us your analysis. Oh yeah, I agree with that. And I think maybe that's why I'm a couple of shows I've been on there less regularly than usual because Vladimir Putin wants to restore as it's kind of a trite thing to say, but it's true. The old borders of the Soviet Union. And he can't do it, sad because he's got a 100 million people fewer. And he lost about 30% of his territory, some of them richest of all. So he has to be predatory and opportunistic against his neighbors. So that's a constant. And so we can deter him. I mean, NATO has a billion people. It's got an economy 8 times larger than Russia. But he seeks weakness. And when certain occasions happen, when we were bogged down in Iraq, when we were at an economic problems when the price of oil skyrocketed in 2080 went into Georgia. And in 2014, no need to go through that again, but when Obama said, give me some space, it's my last election and I'll be flexible and missile defense where he invited them into the Middle East for the first time in 40 years or he told the Russians he assured them he wouldn't sell offensive weaponry to Ukraine. And then he at the same time trashed Putin by saying Russians can't do anything. They're inept and Biden took up that narrative when he was called Putin a killer and all of this may be true, but he was weak. So he said, if you're going to hack your 16 entities that you shouldn't hack or look at what happened in Afghanistan or when he kept saying, well, maybe there'll be a minor invasion. So there's a certain rules and that is when NATO pays their fair share in Germany and turkey are not freelancing and more favorable to Russia than they are with us when a president is quiet with a big club rather than loud with a twig, and when oil prices are moderate, then Putin is not able to go threaten his

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How Much Fight Do the Ukrainians Have in Them?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:48 min | 2 months ago

How Much Fight Do the Ukrainians Have in Them?

"Fight do you think the Ukrainians have in them? How long do you think this conflict will last? Because if it's not just kind of, if it takes a week or two weeks or three weeks to take over Kyiv, they're saying it could happen in days, but then what? What if there are millions of Ukrainians in the Woods and in the rural parts of Ukraine that aren't going to live under this? This potentially could get very messy. It could, if we look at it from the optics of how we fought in Afghanistan, how we were handcuffed in Afghanistan, if they take over Ukraine, I think they'll take it over fairly quickly. The Russians don't play by any rules. They move fast, they move with great precision. I'm sure they had a lot of their special forces, this business were already there. GRU, their military intelligence people were already there. My understanding is they're hunting zelensky and his family. And what most likely we're going to see as a setup where you have a government and exile. Now, whether Ukrainians fight, they don't have much to fight with because back when we had the opportunity to arm them in 2014, the Obama administration, the Obama that's a Freudian slip. Would not give them lethal aid. And then when president Trump was in there was no reason to, and now you have the situation where we could have armed them and we could have given them the support that they needed. So I don't know if they have the ability to wage a prolonged incursion. They might if Russia shows great restraint if Russia just has a large military industrial complex that wants to build bases and pass out contracts and make money, but since I don't think they have the financial resources for that in their country, they're going to have to move quickly, move fast, replace the government and move on.

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Sen. Cotton: Putin Wants to Remove Ukrainian Government

Mark Levin

01:25 min | 2 months ago

Sen. Cotton: Putin Wants to Remove Ukrainian Government

"There's an effort to romanticize Putin by some in this country And to smear zelensky zelensky is a reformer He was actually elected president Vladimir Putin says today wants to de notify Ukraine He happens to be Jewish Zelensky the president of Ukraine the absurdity of all this and he's just said that based on what the information they have the Ukrainians he is target number one What in the world would they do with the president of Ukraine if they capture him I do think that zelensky and the senior officials of the Ukrainian government are targets number one because the Russian government has made it clear Vladimir Putin has made it clear in his own public statements for some time that he thinks the government in Ukraine is enemy not only of Russian people is a pretender regime Again you can read everything that he said on Monday night And that his intent is to remove that government Unclear what his next step is whether he would try to install a puppet government Or whether he would annex all of his territorial gains in Russia as he did with Crimea in 2014 But he was very clear on Monday night that he intends to destroy the government of Ukraine

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What's in Putin's Playbook

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:06 min | 2 months ago

What's in Putin's Playbook

"First one, it does seem like Putin's got a playbook here. And this is the Georgian war from 2008. It seems like he's following it almost to a T can you explain what that means and what you think this could mean for the next few days? Well, in the case of Georgia, Russia was doing exactly the same thing they're doing now with a region called South Ossetia, which is very similar to these new independent republics the Putin claims exist in Ukraine. And the Russians did the same exact steps. They held huge military exercises. They massed troops and right before the invasion began, they were criticized for this. And it was asked why are you doing all these troop maneuvers, get these troops out of there? And they did the exact same thing. The Russians said, we're pulling them back right now. They're heading home as we speak. Ha ha, you paranoid westerners. And then a couple days later the attack with them. They just marched across the border and did the exact same thing that they're doing now. And they justified it in exactly the same way. They said they had to move into south osha because the ethnic Russians who lived there were being oppressed and could be subjected to genocide. It Russia didn't move in and protect them. That's exactly what they're seeing now with respect to the Ukraine. And it's also what they said in 2014 when they went after Crimea.

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Biden Security Official Struggles to Call out Russian Invasion

The Larry Elder Show

01:10 min | 2 months ago

Biden Security Official Struggles to Call out Russian Invasion

"This is Brianna keeler. CNN, getting the national security official to finally say the I word, invasion. So you called this the beginning of the latest Russian invasion of Ukraine, is that different than an invasion? I think latest is important here, an invasion is an invasion. And that is what is underway, but Russia has been invading Ukraine since 2014. They've been occupying a large pieces of Ukraine since 2014, including, although they've denied it, Russian troop presence in exactly the two of what they now call republics, but that are really provinces of a sovereign Ukraine that they recognized yesterday. So Russia is essentially making overt what it is denied for some time, which is a Russian troop presence in these places, and we are taking steps in response to that. Why not call it an invasion? Just call it an invasion and say, why not just call it an invasion? Why don't I just say it's an invasion? Out of this talking. Again, this is CNN. Point of the beginning of the latest Russian invasion of Ukraine. I don't know how much more clear I can be, Brianna. This is the beginning of an invasion. Okay. You could just call it an invasion.

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"2014" Discussed on They're Terrified & Tipsy

They're Terrified & Tipsy

04:39 min | 6 months ago

"2014" Discussed on They're Terrified & Tipsy

"She tells them to stop and if he doesn't that he's not gonna have a birthday this year. Which is again a weird thing to hold over kids head but okay his birthday. I mean he never has birthday anyway. So what's the dip branches. all right so now. We're at night. Yeah while it's cooking dinner steams downstairs doing his magic show scaring the crap out of the dog by firecrackers The dog runs up from the basement. Emilia's come through the door. She doesn't look happy. And and then takes the key to the basement. Away from sam Because she's like. How did you get down here. But the thing is did you not know before this very second that he had been going down there and making these contractions but could she hear him while she's making dinner like he's down there his whole magic show making all this guy damn noise and she's like he's in the basement. Well so bizarre. God i don't know okay. Just then there's a knock at the door and it's robbie with flowers a flirty co worker. The ad so he just wanted to check on her and see how she was doing. He asked to come in and attempt to give sam a toy since he was sick yet. He brought like a model airplane because he said that his mom would always even model airplanes when he was sick. And sam. Who has no people skills goes. I'm not sick. Get and they all just stand there awkwardly in the four year like you sure you're not sick. I think you are sam snaps back. And then his mother lashes out at him and then he yells at her saying that she won't let him have a birthday party and that he hates her and then he runs upstairs and then rob believes that was kind of like it for the whole entire scene do we can really by robbie like couldn't you hung out a little bit longer. Hates you like to go. No no no. Well i mean. Did he think she needed to go. Because that may robbie thought that samuel was sick. And that's why. He took the day for her like no. We don't know we don't conclusive inconclusive. Okay so a million walks down to the basement and sees the mess that had created. Yeah it's like all of her husband's stuff like boxed in this base me. yeah and it's everywhere it whole samples so she's upset because of course it's like sentimental stuff of her husband so it's everywhere and then she turns there's like a weird like men suit like holy assembled hung on the wall as if a man is standing there like and pants and on the hook is a hat and their shoes like men's dress shoes underneath the pants like place. As if there's a whole person silhouette standing there against the wall. Yeah i did..

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"2014" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

04:41 min | 9 months ago

"2014" Discussed on TechStuff

"Out of one thousand five hundred fifty five servers so more than half of their servers had to be replaced this is all according to a vanity fair article titled the untold story of the sony. Hack by richard stingl At the time of the hack single is actually working for the. Us secretary of state and had direct connection as he was friends with the The then ceo of sony pictures. According to sony itself as reported by computer world the hack represented a thirty five million dollar cost in. It repairs. That was the figure quoted for quote restoring our financial. And it systems into quote according to a sony spokesperson. And that actually sounds low to me. And of course there were other monetary damages as well due to how the hackers would release much of that stolen information online. And then there's the damage to sony's reputation a rep. That already had more than a little tarnish on it before the hack even happened. Meanwhile the details of the attack included links that the hackers left behind two sites that showed off some of the data they had taken so this was more of like a a directory of what was stolen with the actual data itself to follow in the weeks to come as it would turn out the hackers who had infiltrated the system had been hard at work inside. Sony's cyber walls for at least a few weeks at the point where they left this message and some accounts suggest that the initial intrusion might have happened even more than a year in advance because of just the enormous amount of information that got siphoned away. But either way this was not some sort of hasty message that was set immediately after the hackers got access to the system. Now the hackers had clearly already copied a vast amount of information which again depending on the account ranged anywhere from forty gigabytes to around one hundred.

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04:40 min | 1 year ago

"2014" Discussed on Chat Sematary

"That is brutal. Yeah it really is and you can see that. When he goes back and visits his family and goes to the house he grew up. And he's kind of like. Oh i don't need to knock. Because i grew up here but at the same time. He's having this sort of moment where he doesn't know how his presence is going to be received by the rest of his family and because of his drug addiction. And everything like that. It's understandable but what i really love is how king writes that relationship there Ala it feel like a genuine family. Even though he's been the black sheep kind of for so long it's still family was still welcoming and you know it's also it's like a very kind of maine sangre goes home and he's been all over the place at this point. He goes home at a very little has changed even runs in to the same guys from when he was in like high school. Who are like. Hey let's play some music again. Yeah it's kind of crazy how little things can change in certain parts of the country especially in small towns and you know nat. Is there anything else. You want to touch on the touched on kind of everything that i had in mind like you said asteroid that All teenage relationship. I really liked that Teenage portion of the book That's an era. King tends to skip a lot. He's tends to go from childhood to adulthood. And i think this kind of being right around the same time. The joy land tapped into that a little more and i really appreciate that. Yeah and this is kind of where he started with carey you know. He was selling suckiest on that teenage relationship with friends love interests and things like that and he kind of brought that back somewhat recently with like you said joy landon this and you know i obviously have a few things left to read still but yeah i thought this one was one that took me by surprise kind of for better and for at the same time but to talk about ratings. I know i mentioned earlier. Not my favorite. Not my least favorite by any means. I'd put this at like a three and a half out of five for me. I would say this is a four for me. At least i was think. I'm gonna stick out out of four. I think that sounds fair. Yeah it's well written. I love his character work which he almost always gets the character work right for me. Sometimes it's more plot holes and things like that where some books will fall short or i tend to not like his stories quite as much so you know the ending i was like wow that was crazy because it you know. It wasn't aliens but it was definitely not expecting and you know. I thought this one was a nice little break in between the bill. Hodges trilogy books. And i'm definitely you know closing in here and i'm kind of excited to see what. Lc ends up experimenting with. I have read a few of the things that i have coming up previously. But yeah this. One was definitely one that i would recommend. Everyone reads just because. I think it is underrated and it just flew under the radar. Yeah i love it. But i would still still kind of recommend with was cautioned because it can. It can be rough. Yeah king has a few of those books and collections. You know full dark. No stars was one recently. Where i was like. Oh this is a brutal collection. But matt thank you so much for coming on to talk about revival it has been a joy and you know as much as it can be a joy to talk about this book. Yeah thank you forever so it was great all right. That does it for this episode of chat cemetery. You can support podcast on patriot on for a dollar a month. You'll get a thank you on the show for two dollars a month. I will send you a chat cemetery sticker and if you want to follow us on social media you can do so at chat cemetery on twitter. Instagram and facebook. You could also rate and review the show. That's a huge help. And as always thank you for listening and we hope you enjoy the rest of your day..

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07:10 min | 1 year ago

"2014" Discussed on Chat Sematary

"Death in take say a. You know supernatural turner. That's literally the end of this book. It literally districts into an adaptation of that story at the end. Yeah let's dive into that a little. Because we mentioned astronaut earlier and how she comes back and sh- to round that off she has cancer and basically charles is blackmailing jamie to have him come work with him to save her and then it turns into this whole thing with mary fe at the end and the dead people go to the null and it's kind of love crafty in and you have dead. People being enslaved for eternity by these love crafting beings. And how did this go somewhere. I was not totally expect. And it's like i literally cannot think of a more oppressively bleak ending to a book which is finding out that everybody. The people are enslaved. They're not even worker ants. They're literally working for the answer. There under the hints in this hellscape in service to these this kind of other other dimensions like unknown entity and this is the fate that awaits everyone. It's so wild. I was like wow after they tap into that then it gets even worse because that's kind of an awakening about everybody that's been in connection with this kind of you know the secret electrcity which we now knows like other dimensional energy and so after that point not only does jamie to live with the fact that you know. He's obviously going to go to this other worldly hell when he dies everybody. He knows everybody he meets on the street. Everybody everywhere is going there they die but how every single person you know after he kind of sees it through to the end with was charlie every single person. He thought he had helped up to that point in the book. Winds up suffering. That is just like the knife in the back. And i think weirdly the thing that makes it worse if it can get worse that charles dies like he dies before he has to live with the knowledge even though he knew that it happened in some cases which he passed off as kind of a statistical anomaly the now every single person he quote unquote healed commits murder or suicide or the some kind of extreme lapse after the fact and he doesn't have to live with the knowledge of that but but jamie does yan in some cases. It's both you know. Astro kills her partner and self and you really see. Just how wrong. Everything went very quickly in this book too. I might add because you don't really see this and coming in particular and as soon as you get to jamie showing up to try and save astroid and all of this stuff. It really feels like everything. Just ramps up so quickly with this book and then it's over by the time you you know look up next. Yeah so many king stories even the horror stuff even things like it even like dark you know world ending fantasy like the stand so many of them have an almost kind of saccharin optimism. At the end you can always feels that came tries to find that silver lining. That things are gonna be okay. Getting the best he can do here is to suggest that Navy jamie's vision was false when we know and jamie knows certainly made clear in the last line. The jamie's fully aware that that is not true. This is such a brutal ending and look. I don't need stephen king books. To have these happy endings. He's done things like with christine. For example where in the epilogue you know. The car isn't really gone. And you know he does those sorts of things quite often with his books and you know his endings are always up for debate. I don't have a problem with this one. I don't think it went on too long or anything like that. I'm of the opinion that i think pet cemetery might be his best ending for ever. But that's just my opinion. And i think even though i didn't love revival i see why a lot of people who have read it do enjoy it but i also understand why people might not enjoy this one. Yeah it gets rough. It indicates honestly kinda mean and. It's you know weird and a ways. It's never fun. But that i find really really interesting and it's like a i think it's kind of comes down to short stories. I think like you said you're like you're not as keen allows short stories. I i really am. And i feel like people that love the short stories. Kind kinda tend to love this book because it is very in tune with them. Yeah i totally get that and you know all say that. I've actually enjoyed his novella collections. A lot more than the short story collections. And you know. I think that's just because those kind of have a clearer theme to them for the most part in the collections themselves. And i think what i'm going to end up doing is maybe revisiting some short stories here and there and not read an entire collection at once and that might change my opinion of them a bit. Just because i'm not thinking of it as like a collected whole and with revival. One other thing i want to talk about before we talk about ratings and start wrapping things. Up is jamie's relationship with his family because we see him go back to the house. He sees his brother. We find out that his sister was murdered by her husband. Yes that oh my god. That's just another kind of knife in the heart of this book. Because she is she's the she's made clear from the beginning to be like the person most in his corner and then she's got and he kind of broadcasted in a very stephen king way of saying like you know something's going to happen to her offhandedly long before we find out what happens but it..

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09:57 min | 1 year ago

"2014" Discussed on Chat Sematary

"You know the love of his life. It's not the one that got away. It's your first girlfriend and that's such a kind of different dichotomies such a kind of more realistic thing to be like. That was the first girlfriend. It ended on normal. Kind of decent terms went on with their lives. But you know because you davidson throughout high school at ask you know when you see people like a whatever happened to them and for it to be that relationship that comes back is such a interestingly kind of realistic portrayal yay and you know obviously king is someone who has been at that point and at this point today married for a very very long time so when he's able to write sort of these kids so well. It still impresses me because he is written so many kid characters over the years kids teenagers. What have you. And i think he just has a very good understanding of what these particular characters are like. Because he's writing them all from the perspective of growing up in relatively small towns which was his experience and even though his experience often was in a time period. Well before these characters with small towns and you know. I did not grow up in one so. I'm kind of just speculating here. But it really seems like things. Don't change as quickly in small towns and even decades apart kids can have very similar experiences as people two or three generations before them. I can definitely speak to that. Because i not only did. I grew up in small towns. I grew up in and small towns in maine. And it's exactly like that. The ones the interesting kind of nods that i appreciated is that asteroid actually like retires to my neck of the woods by the end of the book like by the time. She and jenny are outliving their their living on mount desert island which is where i grew up and so these are places and kinds of people that i definitely definitely recognized. So it's it's very much like that and I think very endearingly portrayed as such. I honestly think. I have learned so much about small towns just through reading king's novels and you know i started this endeavor back in twenty eighteen so i've been reading through these probably faster than any sane person and you can definitely see over the years how little things change within the small towns and within kings writing and i think you see that with revival at least to some extent because you have charles going off on this big tangent and he denounces god and all of this stuff when he's in church and you see how the town reacts to it in that moment in even though most of them like you said earlier brush it off. You can tell that within that small town. He's just not going to be someone who is going to be able to stick around after that. Yeah yeah absolutely. And another thing that. I got thinking about with small towns as In reference to kind of kings larger body of work. I love that Jamie's hometown is harlow. Which is a made up. Stephen king town that we haven't seen a ton of but is very prominent in that. That's where the boys were hiking to in the body. That's where roy bauer Got hit by a train and that is a very stark kind of of a moment and Kings main history and everything. And i love that. It just feels right. It feels like right in tone. And everything like i totally buy. This town is the place where that happened. There's a kind of unease. Taro very very kind of realistic. Unease to harlow. Where it's you know it's the place you know it's not the place that's terrorized by aware wolf or a demon clown at swear that kid got hit by a train and nineteen sixty. It's wear that preacher's wife and daughter died in a horrific car accident. That feels like a very real maine town. Could hear someone described offhand. Like the place where that happened. Those things really seem to stick in small towns too because if you think about all of the crime that happens in major cities while it is still tragic and terrible. It doesn't impact people on the same level because it's like yes if you go to new york city there's you know these little communities everywhere and maybe if something happens in that specific community the people are affected but you know if something happens in the bronx people in manhattan aren't really affected by it. Even though it's you know the same area whereas in small towns you really feel that or at least you know that's how it seems to me because again not a person who grew up in a small town. I grew up in orange county california which is far far from a small town but it really just comes across that way that something tragic happening in a small town can really just stick with it for decades. Yeah yeah i can. That's definitely. I can say pretty authoritatively as the with. Maybe some acceptable. Like stephen king describes those towns exactly as they are and Yeah i like. I can even think of plenty of examples of from my own growing up at the just things like that. Have a legacy. They just stick around you know also because the older generations say they tell the same stories over and over again so those kinds of stories get passed down like oh yeah back back in the day. That happened out there. It's almost like how urban legends can't get passed around over the years and one other thing i wanted to ask you about is what did you think of the fact that he also took this back to colorado which we've seen colorado pop up in quite a few of his stories it's very clear that he likes colorado in the same way that you know he'll set some stuff in florida or something do mckee for instance but you know someone who lives in colorado now. It's been something that has interested me more. And more as it keeps popping up in his books. Yeah so like. I think stephen king is unquestionably masterful storyteller. And i think that revival is a very good book but i also think that This goes back to colorado because he had colorado in his mind because he just written doctor sleep. I kinda think that that feels like the extent of it like he just still had colorado on the mind. And if i'm not mistaken. He picks an area that isn't like too terribly far from where the overlook is. Yeah because i remember. When i was reading this i like looked up the name of the city just to see if it was like an actually real city and where he described like a couple of things i think were real it was you know it's the same with main. He has his fictional towns but then he makes mention of real cities and towns. So you can kind of guests. The location and i am totally spacing on the name. But i remember looking it up and i was like okay. This location kind of makes sense. But i see what you're doing here And honestly it's not something that really seemed to have any sort of impact on the story like you know. The overlook does or sidewinder in misery. I agree with it. just it. Just kind of feels like where he wound up. Yeah a little odd for musician too. But okay we'll run with it. King a another thing. The king i know talked about was his literary. Influences is Is there was frankenstein. Which talked about and he also When he was kind of talking about revival mentioned that the other major influence was the great god. Pan by arthur mac which has inspired some of his other stuff. But none more directly. I think than revival because great god pan is about a woman named mary who is killed so that people can try to see through her into whatever lies beyond.

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08:52 min | 1 year ago

"2014" Discussed on Chat Sematary

"Hey everyone chat cemetery is back. I am joined by nat bremmer and we are talking. All about stephen king's twenty fourteen novel revival. Today i feel this is one that not too. Many people. Talk about natwest. Would you agree with that. I completely agree with that. I think it's the most probably the most unsung of his kind of more recent works. Yeah it was one. That i wasn't familiar with it all going into this. Because so many of his books have become so popular over the years that i knew what some of them were about before even reading them either because i had watched movies or things like that but this one the movie adaptation has been in limbo for. I don't know how long pretty much since the book came out. It seems and you know. I'll preface this by saying this isn't one of my favorite king novels. It's not one of my least favorite either by any means but for me. I think one of the most intriguing things about this one is the fact that it spans a very long period of time when you think about it. Yeah that's one of my favorite things about it This is one of my favorite of his kind of more recent works. And i think it's because of how different it is. It's one of the very few things he is written in. Like the two thousand ten. And i would consider outright horror. Yeah and it's oppressively bleak in a way that his work really isn't even been in general and a long time like this is for serve. The darkest novel is written since pet cemetery. I would totally agree with that because even though there have been things that have been dark surely over the years. There's just something so dire about pet cemetery and revival and you know maybe a couple of his other novels here and there but with this one. It was actually a little tough for me to get into it. Because i was like. Oh i see why. Maybe this one doesn't get talked about quite as much but we have the opportunity to do that here. And i do want to dive in with a couple of our main characters here in charles jacobs who is a minister. When jamie morgan is a young boy he comes into town and moves in with his wife and everything and basically from that moment that charles meets jamie it's all downhill from there. And i think. I love the way this novels kind of paste out because i think know king sells at really intensely on the whole fifth business concept but for the first half of this book. This is essentially a musicians autobiography. But you have this guy. The just keeps popping up in his life and every single time he does. It makes it worse and he keeps popping up and keeps popping up until eventually winds up taking this man taking over two spans entire narrative. I love that whole concept. king Really kind of sold especially from like the lightning on the cover. And everything as stephen king's frankenstein story. I remember that's like when you know. Entertainment weekly ran that there was like a new steven king book out. That's what every that's what a major headlines kind of lead was and in some ways really isn't but in some ways i feel like it really is in particular with these two characters. It's because a very obvious. Way of this is kind of frankenstein story as charles jacobs is frankenstein. He's victor he's the one doing all the wild experimenting. Yes absolutely what that makes really interesting to me. Is that makes jamie the monster. And he's not like physically bolted by charles jacobs but from the time his boy. He is spiritually molded by him. Especially when it comes to the bad sermon which everyone in town kind of manage to brush off except for you know that was literally the moment that you know as jamie explains. He stopped believing in religion. Altogether like it worked on him specifically. He was also at such an impressionable. Age to incident happened. And i think that has a lot to do with it. And you know kings still use a some stereotypes in this novel to we see that jamie. Has this love for music. He grows up to be a musician at that. A musician with a drug problem. When it's you guess you know is a little obvious for the time period and not uncommon by any means. But it's that stereotype. That king uses that kind of drives part of the story at least because you have this tragic event happening at the beginning with family and his wife and son dying in a terrible car wreck. Then you have jamie's downward spiral that is kind of happening. I want to say a third of the way or halfway through the novel. And then you have him getting his life back together and even though there's one traumatic thing after another the way that king spins them altogether to have then jamie and charles paths cross later on. It's not totally unbelievable. And i also like definitely agree with a zip. There are some that are very stephen. King stereotyped like okay. We have probably you know. It's like okay. I know the author enough to know that being a musician somewhat and having a drug problem extremely were major you know things for him as an author. But i like i. There are some things i really like. That have been stereotypes in other books. But refreshingly aren't in this book. And that's i really like the way this book handles. Its gay characters. Yeah there are quite a lot of characters in this eventually when you think about it and you kind of just really focus on the way king describes some of these characters and we are so focused on the main characters to that. Sometimes you know these other characters can kind of almost slip by unnoticed. But i think he does a good job in this of making sure you're paying attention to specific things about those side characters and it really works with how much time the book kind of covers and that you know. So many of the people in jamie's life have grown as people and everything so you know we get the the mention. The jamie's brother con is gay about a want to say like two hundred pages before we actually deal with them by reconnecting as adults and him being you know his his openly. Gay browser is such a long span of time. Yeah that covers that. It's it's a neat kind of thing to dilute loop back to and it's not like we need king to spell it out for us and connect all the dots as to how these things progressed over the years. It's like no you hinted at this early on. We can put two and two together. It doesn't need to be explained to us. And you know another thing i like about. This book is that it is not super drawn out which i was a little worried about how this was going to all come together because it is such a long span of time in one of king's shorter books What i think is ultimately the thing that makes this book stand out to me is in a way that it's a really different that it's the first person and it's Covering such a span of time in its so darkened to me. I think ultimately to narrow down at say that it feels like revival is a stephen king short story that happens to be novel length.

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"2014" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

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03:04 min | 1 year ago

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"I'd coach tiki barber every day in my life. Favorite coach coach with favorite coached that coast with john. Fox i mean he. He's got a lot of success. Yeah yes I'm kind of think of war of the guys that i worked for I loved to work was two years with wade phillips more dinner. I've vince tobin. I liked him all boy. That's a hard one. Because i have respect for these guys i don't i don't have any eight my heart from yes so I really enjoyed you know most of my career. I worked for defensive head coach and bottom line. We were successful offense and let me do what i wanted to do. And so it was really fun to do that. paul wiggin. I worked for at stanford. I the guy's a great guy i'd go. I'd go to war every day for him. So you walsh who's a big influence on me Being a stanford right near the forty niners. So that's really a hard one to say you pay. An and fox is probably one of the great coaching staffs of all time. Would you agree with that. I mean that's that's a. that's the three musketeers. That's a nice little tree right there. Well will say this. When i hired john fox he had one offer to be a db coach. He wasn't going to be a coordinator anywhere. And george young questioned me about jim. Fired raiders yet. This but that that. I should george. I like the guy sean payton was going to go back to college. He could not get a job in the nfl he was done. He couldn't get an interview in the when. I heard it so he was going back to college and i really like shawn because he was a good guy and i could frame to be a coordinator to playcaller and all that stuff. Because he hadn't done it. He's only had one year in the nfl as a quality control guy so he was really green behind the but i liked his attitude. I interviewed ten coaches for the quarterback job. I was running the offense. And i wanted a guy that i thought you know. This guy sticks with me to three or four years. He would have the potential to be a coordinator and then i made him the coordinator after my mom died and was worn out and turned play calling over to him. I was worn out. It was time probably ask job. Jim fossil our show. Jim 'cause i. Can i talk to you for days but unfortunately we gotta pay the bills and we gotta get into a little bit fell. But jim foster former giants head coach. Thanks so much for joining. Jim have a great night and we will talk soon. Thank you anytime you guys got great questions..

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06:11 min | 1 year ago

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"Has it is that. I think is not usually the case especially with a lot of a lot of stephen king stuff especially with the tv stuff. I would say to just because of the limitations of what you can and can't oftentimes. There are definitely graphic scenes. In stephen king novels. And you know. We've seen over the years with kerry how you have theatrical releases verses a tv version that came out in two thousand and two and it's just like a totally different mood almost because of those limitations that you have and you know i know what the state of lifetime is at the moment and what they're allowing on air because it seems like lifetime is kind of one of those channels that is in limbo because they don't have a streaming service really kind of trying to revamp things to appeal to either a different audience or you know just kind of shift like you said earlier how the men were the villains and now the women are kind of like the villains in some of their movies and i thought it was interesting though. I'd probably give this gave it a three out of five. So i mean we. We talked about that Off the record. So i will stay at somebody who is a you. Know up with lifetime movies in pop culture When i was growing up you know in in the nineties and stuff lifetime movies were always it. Was you know crazy. Stepdad's crazy boyfriends. And in recent years it has become more about like crazy babysitters psycho prom queens and stuff like that and women have played villain so for in all honesty with big driver. It's kind of more of a return to form for lifetime for making an unrepentant male villain But yes i don't know like i. I can certainly say that. By adapting a stephen king story and by putting stephen king's name prominently you know on the marketing and with the cast that they were able to get. I have to believe that this was pitched as as a more of a prestige production for lifetime than maybe some of their other movies that they wanted to be like. Look we got these like notable name actors. It's it's an adaptation from stephen king. This is this is. We're trying we're trying to you know show that we're not just making tv of the week. You know soap soap operas. Drama stuff Soap opera thrillers. It's like this and maybe that's part of the reason why they did this story and we're doing something that's that's real serious. This is serious and dark and everything And yeah i mean. I gave it a three out of five as well. I obviously considering the content of it it is going to be. It's going to be a no go area for some people. Some people are just not gonna watch it on principle. And that's okay like it's totally understandable. Why they wouldn't And for the ones that do. I think you're gonna end up with. I think of a a well executed but fundamentally flawed story right. And i think this one flew under the radar but too because there are actually three things in a row here with a good marriage mercy and big driver that i had no clue even existed and you know a good marriage was also included in full dark no stars but these three. You know movies and tv movie here. It's just one of those things where because of the fact that you know they either were direct to video or they just didn't have as much of a budget behind them. Even though i thought the cast were you know relatively good for all of them. I just had no idea they existed. And i feel like there have been so many stephen king adaptations like that over the years in particular ones that you and i have discussed. Oh for sure. Well and to be fair i think this is. This is just before. The reason king renaissance in pop culture. Like he's always been there. They've always been making adaptations. But this is before you know new lines it chapter one came out and that just absolutely you know any stephen king project that anybody had On the shelf immediately got green lit after that movie. And you know they've been making tons of stuff since then and I would even argue that eleven twenty to sixty three on. Who was kind of the start of a few more things getting greenland and not everything is great after this by any means you know we have the tv show and the dark tower movie which i know a lot of people don't like either of those things and then you have you know some stuff. That's kind of very mixed like the pet cemetery. Remake it chapter two but yeah. There's a huge amount of adaptations coming up here in comparison to book output. Yeah i it's interesting. I mean. I think now we're going to start anything big driver but in relation. I think we're going to enter another period of this where it's the downswing of king renaissance where it's like all right. They make a couple movies. They're they're prominent. You know they get received well and then a bunch of other stuff comes out that is either you know discarded or or not really given any attention and it slides back into that and then there'll be another big you know they'll they'll remake something Notable and it will be received really well and then it'll kick off another one like the these things coming cycles and this big driver. I think interestingly was probably during a down period of that cycle but in some ways maybe because of the cast that they were able to assemble It gave it a little bit more profile. Bumped it up a little bit. So it's i can't say it's it's a movie worth totally dismissing but it's also a movie that's extremely difficult to recommend not just because of the.

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06:54 min | 1 year ago

"2014" Discussed on Chat Sematary

"Hey everyone chat cemetery is back. I'm your host. The anna chapman. And i am joined today by drew each. We are talking all about the twenty fourteen movie big driver. This is a lifetime tv movie actually and before we dive in. I just want to give a content warning here. This story does dive into a rape revenge story so if for any reason you do not want to listen or watch this movie. I don't blame you go ahead and turn it off here but drew. How're you doing today. I'm doing well and Know to spoil some of the behind the scenes workings of chat cemetery. I was not actually slated to to do this episode. But i kind of jumped in and part of the reason i did was because i had no idea this movie existed. I have not read the novella. The story That this comes from from a full dark. No stars and i had no idea that a lifetime movie had been made from a stephen king story adding onto that is that it's a lifetime movie that stars people like maria bello olympia. Dukakis and dow jones. Jet has a supporting part in this. It was immediately very interesting to me all of these factors and then as as horrific as it might sound. What also intrigued. Me was the fact that i looked up. What the synopsis of the story was. And this is to my knowledge and obviously you. You would be the expert in this pairing here to my knowledge. this is the only kind of straightforward rape revenge. Story that stephen king is done or at the very least that they've made a movie out of yeah. There have been stories where people have either had abusive husbands or abusive fathers. And things like that but none of them have really been a rape story in this sense where the victim takes control and gets her revenge. You know the closest thing i can think of really is rose matter you know. She has an abusive husband and he beats on her and things like that and then he gets. What's coming to him in the end. But it's a different tone. I think a little compared to this and this was one of the stories in full dark. No stars honestly quite a few stories in that. Were a little tough to read just because of the content in them. And i think this one kind of reflects that the most just because of the fact that they don't shy away from showing how brutal the rape is and the adaptation. No i mean obviously it is It is confined by the parameters of being a television movie. But the this came out in twenty fourteen. And it's it's living in a post walking dead world and the walking dead did a lot for Lapsing restrictions on what kind of contents Especially in regards to violence Could be seen on cable television. And yeah i mean i mean big driver. It's it's it's just. It's the core of the story and so it's impossible to skirt around it or anything and what. What intrigued me when you asked if i could if i could do this episode you know other than the many other things i mentioned. Is that the idea of stephen king. Doing a rape revenge story in the mold of what is really kind of almost an outdated approach to this sub genre the the rape revenge. Sub-genre is very prevalent in film. You know there. There's notorious examples. Like i spit on your grave. Miss forty five able for rs. Movie is actually a fairly good one but they are all intense. They are all dark. They are all difficult subject matter and that certainly here in big driver and as someone who is not read the story i was watching it and i was like i feel like this is probably a pretty faithful adaptation because as a rape revenge story it's fairly straightforward it. Is you know the maria. Bello playing this author tests thorne who writes a bunch of parlor room mysteries and She's going to a book signing and the person that runs the book signing tells her shortcut to the to avoid the highway On the way back on through that shortcut is how she ends up meeting her assaulter and then afterwards she she at first decides to conceal the fact that the assault happened to her. And she's going to figure you know she's going to find out who this person was and enact revenge yourself and it's like you know if this wasn't a stephen king story if this was just some exploitation movie from nineteen seventy eight that doing this story i'd be like yeah that's pretty straightforward the approach to the assault and everything is is horrific as it should be. There's nothing you know titillating about it. Which would be the case if this was made in nineteen seventy eight and all that's like okay straightforward. It's not super inventive in in the sub genre. But okay it's got good actors. Doing it. And stephen king obviously knows how to structure a story and create compelling characters but the thing that i think really turns this into a something that i don't even know if i can qualify as a binary good or bad decision. It's just weird. Is all of the stephen king. 'isms that start to seep into the story for for example of course the lead characters an author. That's no big surprise there but the thing that starts getting weird and and we talked about this too. Because i wanted to know what went on in the story. This does happen in. The story is that she decides to kind of figure out who this person is herself. And along the way it's it's revealed that she is talking to different imaginary figures in her life one is her gps called. Tom and tom starts speaking even before her assault with weird when she drives up to this She runs over some boards..

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05:07 min | 1 year ago

"2014" Discussed on Horror Vein

"First one with virginia manson for that. I'll i saw okay. And what what year are we talking here nineties And i get this wrong all the time. I wanna say it was as i know it was shot in chicago. That's why like all as ink. Okay yeah the actually shot and cabrini-green. Oh my god yeah okay all right back in the day. It's all right so that's gonna be your neck and rob. He's now he knows he's gonna like this one. I haven't seen it in a while. now. I haven't seen it says it came out and i was just and what makes me curious to see if i i it reaching just recently purchased it was on sales like five bucks an pizza's up. But i didn't want watch. And i'm like all this would be great movie to do for all right. Perfect all right. So but i hadn't seen the movies since it came out for you know whenever they remember loving and back then. I'm assuming i remember really liking it. But i don't know if i'll still like it and that's when i was curious about. Is this movie still going to hold up 'cause i mean it's still gets good reviews and i forgot virginia. Manson was in. And you know. I love tony todd. He's great great actor. And and it's based off a clive barker star story. So was it directed by. Who's anybody i wasn't. It wasn't directed by clive barker. I don't know the guy that directed it but you know it was the whole. That's the whole thing with the candy. Man saying this name three times mirror that whole crap you know what they has been different variations of it. But this i think was the best that seen now bloody due to bloody mary one when your kid. You play the bloody mary thing going to. Yeah candle on. Talk that into the mirror and i was like okay. Well let's again now right. Well that's all right your pick and this is what we're going to do next week. Everybody mad yes. All right sounds good. Sounds good so turkey. Baster of the year award nomination for pre with not recommend dan movie. Oh my god that's that don't waste your time once. You wanna waste an hour and twenty minutes of your life go ahead. You're more welcome to do that. But i'm all right. No hurt feelings route. It's all good. I liked it it. This is good. This is really good. I mean that. I mean that saw this mexican for good for this is good. Podcast mates for a great podcasts. I believe that absolutely you betcha we are gonna different films and this you know. That's just that's what makes it interesting so until we watch. Don't to know i won't let i won't. I won't make you do that. Wraps i'm curious to see it really i you serious about it. You're thinking you might watch won't pay. I won't pay to see it. But i i'm interested in It wouldn't it be crazy if it good you'd be we're back it's happen. It's happened before it happened before we can. I can't think of anything off and but there's been some movies where saw the first one and the second one was really good. Well alien is better than a. Would you say it's better than than the first alien well Aliens is more of an action movie. Where alien in. That's another movie. we should do. We should do the first one. I leave million is more of a horror film. It's a sci fi horror film where alliens with james cameron's more of an action movie. You know gotcha. So i see what you're saying. And that's kind of turned him into you know but the first one is more of a horror film. I mean that's more of a war film than anything it's creepy. Oh yeah it is. It is affects. Mints fucking classic. It's yeah that's sets ridley. scott scott. Yeah yeah released. James cameron did the second one that david did the third one. I knew that it and that it really scott come back to do anything else and that series or was he done when they did Permit theus came back to do that. Okay and and the other was called alien resurrection or that one. Well the yeldham one that was after prometheus. He did that one too supposedly. I think they're doing a third one. If i'm not mistaken but i don't know when or if they are still without pandemic kinda messed up everything. Yeah that's true. But i like those movies. I i like indian movies One of the few franchises that i really really like. It's good stuff so until next week all right my friend. We'll be back with more horrifying go to horror. Vein dot com. Check out a store and leave us a message if you want some.

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01:37 min | 1 year ago

"2014" Discussed on Horror Vein

"It. Fuck you stupid. I see what you're i was like. Okay you deserve. And i knew it was going to happen like you're going to get you're you're gonna get killed at the park and sure enough. That's what happened. Oh that's buddy. That's buddy i tell diana oh i think he's gonna have it in for me on this one. I don't know after. I watched it. I told her. Oh my god. Yeah well hey i nine. I think it's a good that we have these type of f- you know sessions and I you know we're we're just you know again. It's not you know my top favorite. You know it's not even in the top anything. I mean it's just it was. I found it interesting and a little creepy and it was a departure from regular. You know like or filler. suspense thrillers. This i'd seen anything like it in a long time. I would say since blair witch. I had seen in really you know. I think i watched the first paranormal printer paranormal activity. And it was okay but Yeah so you know it was just a little different till so but i appreciate your do something different but this was in the movie the do so. Do we have to go to pack a universal horror film track. I think that's what we know. I know movie we're gonna do all you do. Yes do we going to demand wearing duquesne man. Yeah and they made a ton of them and we're talking about the first one. Obviously 'cause you're sequels okay. Talking.

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07:29 min | 1 year ago

"2014" Discussed on Horror Vein

"This is the way they were doing. Okay so but. I haven't really seen anything that i liked so i was like. I was giving it a chance. I really wasn't like erico. Hate these movies. But i'm going to give a chance. 'cause don saw something in this movie i know i did so. It was like okay but i will get to. And then when he got to the bathroom scene. I'm like what the fuck my i know. Sorry man i'm like that took me right out of the movie but i knew that was on purpose. I'm like okay. Maybe there was a payoff and there wasn't he saw a lot of it was just this cookie demented guy that was just stocking filmmakers. I guess yeah. And i was just like okay. Well was it that the whole movie. That's the whole movie so you don't think there was there any saving this. You couldn't do anything with and not in my eyes. no you can add anything to it. You couldn't rework it. I just don't like the movie. But what about the idea. What about the idea of somebody idea. It's so simple. It's a simple idea like okay. I've heard it before. Okay you know. A filmmaker or person is going to go to somebody's house at demented right. But they don't always life right. Well no. I figured that out right from the beginning when i got to give you hook it was like okay. I see one hug cool. But that's kind weird right and then you kept going in for hugs. And i'm like so. That's when i went the guy's got to be gay. Unlike maybe likes it okay. all right. maybe. I wasn't seeing something. Then he goes into the bathtub scene. And i'm like i seriously would been outta there. I'm i i don't care i don't care what the client gave me. I don't care dollars back. And you'd say if i'm dying i he gave me a million dollars. I would have said look. This is very uncomfortable. I can't do this get somebody else. I'm sorry for wasting your time. Goodbye catch. there's nothing you could say to get me back because this is just way too weird. I can't be house and you're pulling your pants down and sitting in fucking bat up talking about some imaginary child right. I mean. I wouldn't even got to that part as soon as you started thinking. His pants like dude here. Here's your money. i'm sorry. I'm not for you. Yeah and sorry you know okay. I can't do it. I don't even know who does. Not no i can't i just don't feel uncomfortable but then you don't have a movie. We don't have that why you're saying you really couldn't rework it. You couldn't. i guess my question is would be. Would there have been something that could have happened. That would have made it more realistic for him to stay in your eyes. I i don't know i. It just got too weird right away. Maybe if got weird. It may be progressively got weird but that seemed over to top it. I okay maybe you do. Maybe you progressively get more weird and more weird till he gets in the situation that he can't get out of he could very easily got out of there. You know. i didn't see him. I see the only part is like masking is blocking the door. And he took his the guy's not that big of a guy. Obviously you know. He didn't have any weapons on them. Any weapon car because he took his keys away so ran down a fucking hill. And you just wonder why we got the hell out of there. I'm sorry let's see what you're saying. Okay so maybe he if he would've trapped him there another way. That would work better. It just didn't seem like in all. And i guess this was kinda deliberately done was that you know even know what the guy was capable of. It could tell that he was capable of something. Harmful for guy was just playing games with them because the guy stupid any. If the guy had any sense to him he would have been out of here a long time ago. Or why is he calling his sister instead of the fucking police and then when he comes to police he's not prepared to talk to. The police doesn't know who the guy is. i'd been. I'm very a lot of client and i would at least have their name nadu's even though that was a rental place i went ahead full name even. Maybe that was fake. But that's the other thing. No you don't know. It was just like i can talk. I i you know i would have said this guy is weird and then when i got the third one were supposed to meet him and went to the police and go here. Look at this video. He's just a meet him. Can you come with me. I feel like i'm surprised. See what you're saying. I see what church just didn't make sense to me that you feel sorry for him. But he's he's sends them a fucking wolfe with You know open it up and there's a fucking knife and the thing i don't know i just nine. Oh you said you hit everything. Now wait a minute. Let me ask ya. I know you said you hated everything. About what about the scene when he gets into his apartment and he cuts his hair. Did you find that creepy at all. How'd you feel it was funny. Funny okay okay. So why did he kill them. Then i know he's like torture. So why is it killing in the middle of a park. You know cats kill him in the middle of a park when he could have killed them then if that's what he was all dad really the whole movies about is him killing him. You know. that's that's fine. That's what i said. It was just like there's no real mystery to this whole movie all the movies about this guy's tormenting this filmmaker and he's gonna kill him. You just don't know when. And i was just like well. I'm not interested. Gotcha just an interest me. I said there's no saving the movie. The whole concept is just stupid and that stupid but it just. There's nothing to it you know. I shouldn't say stupid because you just there's nothing to the plot but there's another thing could you add to it could you. Could you do anything. But you're talking like starting from square one. Like i'd have to come up the whole different concept but it just you know i didn't. I didn't care for the character. I think here for both characters. I didn't like the character. The the main guy course. But that's what you're supposed to like him. Yeah but the filmmaker just couldn't sympathize with him because he was just fucking stupid. I see what you're saying you're stupid. I'm sorry if you're that fucking stupid you deserve to get an action your head in the middle of fucking park all right all right so i took. That's what i took from the movie. I mean that's you know. I got gotcha. I know there's been stupid characters in movies before. But he when he's talking to the police he's a fucking idiot fuck and police. He didn't have the guy's name. I don't know with all this shit. So why don't you think you would prepare to talk to the police or why are you talking on the phone fucking bring all the videos that the guy sent. I sell your fucking story. Go down to the fucking police station and talked to. They can make believe you. I see when you're talking on the phone like a fucking idiot. Like i don't know the guy's name i don't know where he lives. I don't know. I feel threatened and then you're not doing anything about.

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"2014" Discussed on Horror Vein

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07:08 min | 1 year ago

"2014" Discussed on Horror Vein

"I was going to kill you with it. And i'm like there's the setup right there chernoff. He's going to kill him because he knew that we're going to happen. Okay 'cause it was already. It was already built into the screenplay they're setting you up for it okay. But this was so obvious though because he says it. Yeah that's true and the guys demented. So of course he's gonna he's not playing around just all got cancer he would say anything. That guy would say anything. Did you like the with all the other videotapes that he had and all that. I just knew that was coming. Nothing was nothing was surprising in the film. Nothing was a surprising. Is that and i was trying to figure it out Was he obviously. He knew that the guy was videotaping. The whole thing because he goes up to the camera and then when he's watching it he scares himself right. Yeah so how did he know that. I guess he knew the guy really well. Yeah yeah that he was going to videotape it and he's new. He's going to video tape it and it hit their phone to nine one one. Yeah yeah i'm like. Yeah that's the cam. I'm ready to push the button you know. If the guy was paranoid he would be like. That's true definitely would not be sitting there. I'd be standing up on. I'm going to put my back towards the water unless the guy comes out of the water at least ear. That's a good point evaded. I see what you're saying like. Why is the guy sitting down. it was just it. Seemed set up. Gotcha it just the way. That was sprained. And it's too obvious that he's gonna come out and sure enough there is. You're gonna put them asking there. You go it's just was all telegraphed. Okay built in the whole mask in. The axe was all built into the whole movie and that all came down to that scene. That was the whole movie. Was that scene to accent. Admit those are really good sound effect but they accident. That's the only redeeming quality. arousing said. i'm like well. That's pretty good. I don't take personally. And i as i should even though it was my pick you know. Don't breathe personally good lord. No no well it. I i might have but i don't anymore i was. You know by now. We've been doing this long enough. That this is gonna find going once in a while you go. It's going to happen. This was why is good but i. I didn't think you were going to say that about unhinged because you were excited about it when he went. I just knew you were talking about. I can't. I don't believe what these characters were doing about. And it was the same thing with me. This movie. I i know mine. I didn't believe it. I know 'cause i didn't care. Just get the movie over that. That's a good point and that's why we talk about this. And i think this is my now. It's good that this is trying to convince you not to like the miami if you like the movie that's one thing. I'm just making an observation that that was already predestined. Did not like the movie. 'cause i don't like that type of horror film help candidates and all that. Yeah yeah well no. There's just the whole you know this xian always going on. Okay yeah. I mean i don't have you seen anything. The only the only thing that was working that made blair witch work was that you thought it was real thought. It was real footage. But you find out later or i knew before hand and we know it's not it just blows the whole film so new. Laurie watch three. Hope you knew before you watched blur. Richard weber. 'cause 'cause 'cause i i watched the saifi and they had a A special on the blair witch and that special when they explained everything about the blair witch was scarier than the actual movie way skier. I was like oh my god. This is gonna be incredible bankas. Everyone's talking about it. But i but i knew because they're saying that spawned footage ended before the move came out they had the actors doing interviews and shit. So i'm like well. That's not real. Gotcha if you really wanted to convince people that it was real found footage than you can't have the actors around at all right for a while. That's right but then then the movie you see the in credits directed her the actor. So how can that be real footage so it just blows the whole movie catch but you know you saw the movie. Nothing happens you know. There's no racks the last week. The last ten walks in front of my tent holy shit. I'm scared bird birds. It was like. I hear these noises in the win- stick figures that somebody made. Oh and then they get to this housing like okay. Here we go was the best part and then the movies over. And i'm like okay here. We go okay. We're gonna get scared. And you see standing in the corner and kamer foles over like dot dot. I know it's terrible. Thus ended my romance with found footage. And i saw paranormal activity and i felt the same way or like the focus. So let me did have some cool. It's cool special effect. This have any special factor than have anything except for that sound effect when he gets hit with the head with the x ray. That was a good ones. Although the mayor's for the wolf wolfman was cool. But i don't know dude so you mentioned at your film festival. You have these submitted. All the time had beef. Was there any that you did. Enjoy that you did. Like there was one that we showed at festivals called twenty one days. Okay and it was kind of a cool concept because they It's like this camera. Crew goes to a haunted house and they get boarded into the horn and house. There they lock all the doors but they don't just locked doors they were boarded. They can't get out of this house and they did yes they did it on purpose. They're supposed to document this haunted house and they're supposed to stay in the house for twenty one days all right. They can't leave. Oh okay they got it boarded up. They can't leave the house so they have to deal with. What's happening in the house as like. Oh that's cool. That one was probably the best one. I've seen okay. Yeah scott ahead some cool stuff and that's it was a. It was in a better way to use that type of horror film where they used the they're documenting. What's happening but the movie gwynne out of documenting to an actual narrative go back to the documenting. It okay so it wasn't like a pure found footage movie but they were documenting.

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"2014" Discussed on Horror Vein

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06:44 min | 1 year ago

"2014" Discussed on Horror Vein

"You go there. Why i'm gonna have my phone at nine one one. And then he's he goes and he's looking around everywhere right know looking for this guy and he sits on the bench and then all of a sudden the guys behind him right for at least thirty seconds forty seconds right and he didn't even turn around and then i don't know i just couldn't buy that. The guy was all nervous to go out there and then all of a sudden it's not looking around for thirty seconds. Forty seconds was like. Oh wow leaks beautiful and you couldn't hear you can. Here's it got somebody behind you. He was so close. You could hurt him putting the mascot and he's got an axe he thinks i don i couldn't buy it. I don't know it. Just i at that point and care i'm like i. You deserve that character. Deserved that for going out there. Because it just wasn't believable. I just. I didn't know how to take the movie i was like. This is an horror films and scare me at all. Okay it's just a bizarre. I thought it was like a like an extended saturday. Night live sketch you know. Luther really weird guy. Okay i it would send the bathtub going. Oh he just pretended that there's a baby and he's got on his chest. It is flag rob. It is but i put the guy comes in. And he's like come into the bathroom and he's taking his pants off and this guy his pants as bob right half is denny deeper that we're going to go a lot deeper than this. I'm like okay but if it was me if it was me i'd be like dude. Two thousand dollars. Back by. And i've been i've been dude. I've been on a lot of video shoots and as soon as if. Somebody's fucking hugging me and shit like i don't like to be touched that just me. You start touch me hugging. The guy didn't just like huggies all the time. Go dude noon and then when he goes okay. Come upstairs and i'm like existed. Choke come upstairs take a bath. I'm like what did they gay. What i that's what i thought. Well maybe the guy's gay and he's like okay. Did you tape them right. So i'm like okay. Well but then he starts doing it. The baby stuff was like what the fuck my watching. What is this move. I couldn't i couldn't fathom. I think because a lot of it had to do was. I hate these type of movies. Okay and then. I thought it was a horror film so i'm like well the movies that scare me. It's just really weird. And then when you're with the bathroom scene. I'm like when it's fucking don watching here. What is he. Just you know flicks. I had other options. But you know i i. I'm a little. I didn't have to review this movie. I wanna turn it off in the first five minutes i was not i just didn't Yeah the home is going to hand. Oh my god. I couldn't run. It didn't get any better just kept getting worse and worse and so. Let's let's let's just start laughing. I had to start laughing. Because i didn't know how to take the movie and i'm like well. I guess it's a comedy. Because that's the only way i could take it and so i started laughing especially when you're doing like you know a foul my wife looking at animal pornography right by a mask as a wolf raped her. Yeah i raped her. I'm like what the fuck is this more. It's twisted fill. Oh my god. I know i know. But there's so many red flags going off and the guy spill there on top of the fact that he's like okay. I mean finally realizes an night. And he's like i'm going to go home coming from one drink. I mean that's the biggest red flag them. all right. there come in for one drink celestial. Sorry for him. you know. There's a point of being feeling sorry for somebody and then there's a point of going. This is fucking ridiculous. You got something wrong with you. He nude or something wrong with him yet. He goes on and have one drink film. He said that you know. I'm just gonna go. Member said that. I'm just continuing. He did so he didn't go because if he did. There's no movie. This horse waded him to stink. Put the who movie the who- the whole premise. The whole plot the whole point. The movie is if you wanna video shoot. You're gonna get killed cook. It's like there's that's the whole point of movie. I'm like just all right. let me. let's pause hold on hold on hold if you were to rehash the film. Let's just say all right. Let's just for the sake of argument rob and give you a million dollars. Take the script and make it better. There is no making that script better. Just look dude to be honest. I get it Film a filmmaker. This is probably his first movie because literally if you think about it. What did it cost to make that movie. Not much absolutely nothing right. Probably sixty sixty two dollars to make the movie. There's nothing to it. It's the right locations. Maybe for that they had to pay from the mass of the special effects. And that wasn't even fucking scary. I was like what the forks a yelling for. There's a mask what are you so scared about. It's a fucking mess. And then they they they they you know scares coming up because they zoom in right so of course. It's going to stouter you because you're zoomed in so when something comes up into the lens that's going to startle you. Because it's so big zoomed in. The scare was coming. Because there's like where here a scare chernoff. There was okay so it didn't well. I mean this is me. I like i said i. I just don't like these type movies. We get a movie like this like every day at the festival. You do okay. And they're all the same. It's like the filmmakers figure because it's a found footage movie they don't need to worry about a plot. They don't need to develop characters. I mean they develop the characters in this movie and then only character they re developed was the psycho mike but obviously because he's on video right and then they keep turning to camera to the other guy and you're like well this guy's in fucking idiot because he's still hanging around this guy and he knows that he's got mental problems. So what do you think's gonna fucking happen. Of course he's gonna get accent his head you know. Just you knew it was going to happen. What what's the whole point in the movie. I mean he's gonna die. You'll the whole point you people. You only.

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04:47 min | 1 year ago

"2014" Discussed on Horror Vein

"September. Now it's may now it's this month. They're pushing everything. everything's like. Okay where there already for the summer. They're going to release everything during the summer. Oh man i mean. The marvel announced movies until twenty. Twenty three yeah with the marvel universe. Now let me ask you something. You saw the trailer for the quiet place prior to yes. It looks like this takes place before the second movie or absurd fourth. I think it happened. I think it shows you would happen before the first movie before the first and then it goes into what's happening now after. That's what i. That's what i kinda of the for the first movie than after the shows you what happened to the family Happened and it shows you what's happening to the family now so it's kind of like well. Here's here's what's happened. Here's what happened before the first movie. Erase on the first movie. Now this is what's happening now after the first movie interesting. Yeah that's i was like. Oh this is cool okay. That's an interesting approach. I was thinking that. Just like a sequel. It'd be like what happened you know. I'm sure a lot of people wanted to find out what was going on because it really explaining thing in the first movie i mean just said there was these answers and quiet and that was really. It didn't really go into too much backs. But at the end of the first they left it wide open. of course. yeah yeah. I ran up right where they left off after the first movie. But it looks like they're doing a little different. I don't know how that's going go. They might pick up right. We're left off and then do flashbacks or just start with a flashback. And then go into what's happening guy. But that's what i got from the trailer look interesting. I was like oh looks looks great. Oh my god it looks great. So i hope i'm not disappointed in that but because i really like my no man i just i myself off so much and then it's like oh my goodness pretty much just like oh my god. I don't know maybe from our have. Our standards raised a little bit ram. What i've got some really good movies and even like average movies look like shit to us all of a sudden. We've sent some really good movies. We've seen some talented filmmakers. Make some really great movies. And that's probably what it is. Yeah and now. Our standards are so high. I feel like yeah the pot we raise the bar really did and i just Want to listen to us anymore. Walking critical there's like little bit movie man kramer to act. Come on. He was great. But i just the other actors are like going don van. I know i know. I got a lower the bar somehow. Maybe i don't know. I don't think they gain is getting to you man. Maybe it is. I got another up. So i think some video i do that. Yeah and you said you put it up on the.

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"2014" Discussed on Horror Vein

Horror Vein

07:38 min | 1 year ago

"2014" Discussed on Horror Vein

"Other day. I'm your host robert. Your co hosts. John fisher ooh yes. Turn pusher leading job is how are you sir. Oh jeez you know then easy being me you know i know. That's oh it's been crazy lately and we were getting our whole shebang. Also that period looks great. And i think he finally got everything. Set up the way you want to think so. I don't think so. I'm hoping i know you've been. I want to do that. You like don't even change things than seven twenty and ten eighty eighty winner book. Think you said you finally got it all set up. I think. I think i got it. But you know we're always improving here at horror vein you know we are dull moments. And that's right that's right just like here's my Fear film They're very mug. I got copies. That's what i got. Thanks god just let people know I did was able to do a shirt for horror vein so the store for horror vein is now open. Oh we have a new logo and everything ready to go. It's a it's on at the shirts. Lukoil check them out me more stuff. There's going to be more stuff popping up but okay awesome to do things going on here. Yeah see that's right. You got your frankenstein shared on frankenstein. Very somebody cameras here. I don't even know you don't know where to look. You need somebody to point. Where's it director ahead. That's right that's right normally. You're doing that. So i know i can't yeah and of course to get cheer. You know i'm still getting comfy. Your little setup over here. I got to figure out what i'm gonna do but you gotta get something cool you know. Get like have an aquarium in the back or something the guavas and she'll be yes maybe some bobbleheads behind me pablo and i got here and cooper i get some creepy ones. I get jack's kellington. Yeah it's i got some zombies. Why not eric. Joe i i let me tell you know. Watch the movies. i shit then. Glad you're sitting down. Because are you ready. Oh my god he watched. What wrap your house know. What's what did i watch l. The hotel finally let me tell you. Let me emphasize. The word finally watched what did i only watch rep I don't know what the hell out. I'm driving and yet easy and i'm full of rage drive drive angry and file full of road rage. Oh you watched unhinged i did. I was that you're waiting to see that for a long time. Oh yeah oh goodness gracious really. This has been going on for like a fucking year. News talk is going to be great unhinged. And i just disappoints holy shit. I liked some of it. And then i didn't like some of it. You know it was one of those. It was a roller-coaster. Kinda hit a feeling. No russell crowe you know i mean. How long can you watch. Russell crowe go nuts. you know he just. He was actually good. He was good he was very is. I mean he's like a kennedy award wonderful actor as as we all know but Yeah i just. The first scene was great. You know and then. I'm like to that. It was well. They showed a lot in the trailer. So i knew some things that were coming up and that was okay. That was okay. Show the goddamn whole moving trailer way. Now they gave away a lot but not too much not too much. But just you know what it was rob. You know what it was. It was one of those what daily but he leaned after a crow anyway. I'm sorry no okay. It's it's it's one of those words. Would they really have done that. They really would have done this. You don't one of those words just that didn't really make sense. And if i was in that situation. I don't know that you know. I would have done that. You know it just so that breaks it up for me and it just pulls a good prelude to the movie. We're going to be discussing later on. Go ahead go ahead. I had a feeling i had a feeling. And we'll get to that. God it's crazy horror vein when we did it is it is So yeah i mean without really dwelling on it. I mean it was an okay. Movie i did. It was okay. So it wasn't worth all the hype Did you did you think that has anything to do with the trailer. Look dos and like all these other than i just said. It wasn't really horror film though right. It was kind of suspense thriller. You know and just just i mean what can you do with somebody you know. Bankers with road rage. I mean you can't like apple let me give an example so he takes her phone so now he knows everything about her. Well just upped so. He goes to her brother's house. And you know the brother and the fiance or there and these torture them and he he kills. Well yeah so. The brother pulled a knife and he pushes the fiance onto the brother. And he kills her because he's holding the knife and then she's dead on the bed and then he's tall taped up and he ends up burning them and you think he's dead and you know and she's got this flip phone that he placed in her car after he took her phone through this looming. Flip one. yeah they do so she sir she finds out that she thinks her brother's dead and just the reaction was like really a little bit too much. You're done you the movie yet. Come sorry but i just i can tell you that just that well i just i mean you pay. Did you pay to see this movie. Three ninety nine. Oh my god yeah. I'd be upset too. So it's just some of the reaction. Some of the acting. Some of the destroy says they made. I just yeah. I think he didn't see it in the theater. Yeah i didn't care for it and it was okay but then i saw straw dogs and apparently. That's a remake. Well as worth while those remake and then there's the original straw dogs right sam peckinpah and i didn't see the i couldn't find the original. I wanted to watch the original. But i did watch the original. Because you've seen it. It's very violent. Because it's sam peckinpah but i gotta. I couldn't find it on amazon. I wanted to do that. And i couldn't find but anyway.

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"2014" Discussed on Zero Credit(s)

Zero Credit(s)

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"2014" Discussed on Zero Credit(s)

"Okay we can change from worst to best okay in this one time. This one time for this one series. Okay so we fast when we cover f nine fast saga we go back. We go back to best to worst. It's the only thing that makes sense. But however for this five movie ten weeks series we have to go from worst to best which is going to be a pretty big adjustment I will say coming in at an unfortunate number one and also coming in at number one with a bullet is a twenty fourteen. Godzilla directed by gary. That words Slash evans a straight bryan cranston. Juliet noche elizabeth olsen. Atta taylor joy and godzilla. And now it's time for my list which is called the top five godzilla list. Two thousand twenty nine april twentieth. Here we go four twenty four twenty blaze. It weep weep weep weep. It's not as on. Its we delete e com o. We become a weep and coming in at the worst and best injury of this series. It's godzilla twenty fourteen because it underutilized. elizabeth olsen. She should play godzilla yeah. I'm glad that you had a reason for it. Being the worst it's also the best because You know really really applauding anya taylor. Joy for playing outside of virginia. Yeah you know it's a it's a real. It's a real queen's gambit she. i don't know that's a shitty joke. i haven't seen okay the cameras now showing our cameraman who doesn't exist. If you like. And the taylor. Joe you should watch the queen's gambit it's fine it's just one of those. Netflix shows that like everybody loved this. Pretty good canton. I'm watch netflix. For the enemy. Oh like a sound and fury high rise invasion never. That sounds a lot like the raid directed by gareth evans who definitively did not direct. This movie oh did the raid. Take place only on the roofs of buildings. No wait can nothing like it okay. I'll i'll look into high-rise invasion people the plot of the raid. It's just an action movie where they moved floor by floor up. A is high-rise. It's really good. The rate is the best. You're gonna hate you're gonna hate hydros invasion but yeah check it out. I got a lot of animators to watch mostly every season other than the first two of my hero academia. Oh yeah. I gotta catch up on that. But that's been our list of godzilla movies thus far and the wb monster verse if you will and next time not next week but next time during the summer of movies ten weeks godzilla. So next next week will be a normal episode of zero credits. But next time on the godzilla summer of god. That's right the summer of the great green mother of three we will be covering kong skull island and We'll we will..

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