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"alex cox" Discussed on We Saw the Devil

We Saw the Devil

02:19 min | Last month

"alex cox" Discussed on We Saw the Devil

"And they believe that it was dangerously close to witness tampering or to quote coerce unduly influence coach and or intimidate summer. They believe there's so much in fact that they filed a joint motion to have rob would removed from the case entirely and there wasn't hearing and the hearing with judge steven boyce occurred last week. Now more or less each side went back and forth on why that wasn't the case means and john prior brought up multiple witnesses. What do you think about this jockey. I always felt like it was very obvious that melanie was counseled in some way before she got on the sand it was it was her demeanor. It just seemed like a complete three three sixty in personality hidden and how she was trying to maintain a story to avoid certain things very council. So i wouldn't be surprised to be honest. I actually kinda side. That probably did happen. And i'm surprised at didn't for phil dawson i. I do agree in that jockey had mentioned to one another when we watch the melanie. Give hearing preliminary the preliminary hearing melanie. Rabb came out and testified for sure. I agree with you there. I personally hearing this particular recording. I personally do not believe that rob would did anything that would qualify for that. Although i think that he definitely toed the line like right on that line he tapped danced all over it. But he didn't crossover or that's provable. That's right into the recording. Rub would tell summer that there will be conspiracy to commit murder charges for chattan lori and that the case against lori was quote stronger the summer herself than asteroid would if they plan to put the death penalty on the table to which would replies. Oh i hope not. One of the big bones of contention to this audiotape. Is that rob. Would shits all over mark. Means i mean come on guys. Mark means is a super easy target to begin with. But that's not necessarily professional. You mean slow moving target this living target. Yeah and here's a direct quote from rob would quote when she has competent counsel. I don't know if you know this. Her attorney has never handled a felony before he has never never gone on any meaningful criminal work at all. He doesn't know what he's doing. He's a nice guy other than when he's lying about me but he doesn't know what he's doing. Once we file further charges she'll be appointed counsel..

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Doomsday Parents, Chad And Lori Daybell

True Crime Brewery

06:09 min | 6 months ago

Doomsday Parents, Chad And Lori Daybell

"Laurie Velo Bouza forty, six year old mother of three married a fifty one year old father of five Chad Day bill. On November fifth two thousand nineteen in Kauai Hawaii. Chad's wife for close to thirty years. Tammy. Day. Bill have been found dead in her home just two weeks earlier. So obviously, they didn't waste much time remarrying. Stunningly Quick Tammy was in apparently healthy forty, nine year old woman infectious training for a marathon. Just, ten days before her death, which was October ninth two, thousand, Nineteen Tammy reported on facebook and the police that masked man had shouted her with what she thought could be a paint gun what's going on there right? Exactly. The other very interesting aspect is Laurie and Chad had picked out and ordered their wedding bands more than two weeks before Tammy Steph. That's right. Shoe on that one for a while right so October fourth to fifth tammy visited her parents Beck in Springville. Utah, where she's from and then a few days later on October nine, a man ski mask was shooting at her so I guess the police decided it was just some kind of prank because she thought it was a paint gun and they never found the guy, but it's very curious. WHOA, it is and it's really just the tip of the iceberg in this really strange case with all the suspicious occurrences just everything surrounding lawyer and Chad, his mess and very suspicious of course. Yes that's an understatement. So Chad Chad Day Bell is lawry's fifth husband. Laurie was born Laurie Noreen Cox June twenty sixth of Nineteen seventy-three in San Bernardino California and she grew up with two brothers Alex and Adam and two sisters Stacey and summer Alex Cox plays a really large role in this whole story so you need to remember him Adam lives in Kansas and he's worked as a radio personality, but he's pretty much out of the whole seen as far as we know so far. Stacy Cox died in her parents home when she was just twenty two years old and this was from complications of type one diabetes lorries remaining living sister Cox shift. Let was one of lorries, biggest defenders until June of this year, and that's when the remains of her children jj entirely were discovered on the property of Chad debacle. Now, people who knew Lori will have said that she really became a person after she became involved with shed she had been considered an excellent mother. And a good friend to many many years ago back in high school Lori was a happy energetic cheerleader at nineteen years of age. She married her high school sweetheart Nelson Jawans. This marriage is over within a year. Then when she was twenty two in Nineteen ninety-five Laurie Mary twenty-three-year-old. William but Sheila, and this marriage was in Travis County Texas. They had a son named Colby in one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety six, and they ended up divorcing in nineteen. Ninety eight. So, by the time, she was twenty five years old she'd been married and divorced twice already. See and she has one child, and then in two thousand. One Lori Mary Joseph Ryan Joe Converted to Mormonism, and that was the religion it Laurie had been raised in. He didn't legally adopt coby coby took his last name. and. He and Laurie had a daughter together. That's highly in two, thousand, two and two, thousand, four in August Joe filed for divorce from Laurie. And it was finalized in two thousand five. In two, thousand, six, Joe Ryan filed a complaint with the court stating Lori was not complying with the visitation order. He asked she'd be held in contempt then August two, thousand, seven Joe is attacked by Laura's brother Alex. For. This guy chases show around with stun gun. He tased him twice and he threatened to kill him. Yes. So I'm going to ask probably a stupid question is this because of the divorce or because he took her back to court. I'm thinking it was related to the custody issue because the divorce was already finalized been finalized for over a year. But you know she was also looking at some trouble because she was in contempt of court. She wasn't bringing tighly for her visits and she was keeping tidily away from him. So, Alex Laura's brother was very protective of her and actually seemed obsessed at the time with killing Joe. Ryan the incident happened when Joe was leaving a supervised visit with his daughter Kylie and the attack ended when an eyewitness showed up. So Alex, pled guilty to aggravated assault resulting in serious bodily injury and ended up serving ninety days in jail, and this was in Austin Texas. But the custody battle between Joe and Laurie over tighly really got very dark at one point Laurie head to install cameras in the children's rooms and in the living room for the court to see what was going on in her house. But no abuse apparently was found from that camera footage but just so you know this was a really nasty custody situation. You're S, and then we have Joe Dying in April of two thousand, eighteen still young man. This was determined to be a heart attack they did not topsy, but then he his remains were cremated. This whole time has custody battle with over Retali- had continued to be ongoing, right? I. Believe he was fifty nine but he was pretty healthy and there were some strange things about his autopsy as well. Roy Yeah now the court documents say that Joe Ryan accused Laurie of parental alienation alleging that he had not seen his daughter for more than a year at one point. And he also referred to a court appointed psychologist who had interviewed Lori. And according to court paperwork the psychologist David, our pool

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"alex cox" Discussed on We Saw the Devil

We Saw the Devil

05:19 min | 9 months ago

"alex cox" Discussed on We Saw the Devil

"The weed growth on the top of the disturbed ground was shorter than the surrounding weed growth. That's pretty obvious. Yeah, well, that's something was probably disturb. Yeah, in that I mean just visual identification of grass growth has been around for quite a while. Yeah, exactly so members of the FBI Ert team remove the top layer of sod, and underneath there were several large. Large flat rocks, the rocks are removed and two pieces of flop paneling were found. The paneling was removed and investigators exposed a round object covered in the black plastic, and they They noted that they immediately detected an odor. What they did is they made several incisions, very light incisions, the top of the plastic, and it exposed to what appears to be a body wrapped in black plastic, so the again made incisions through the black plastic, and then they found white plastic, so then they cut through the top of the white plastic, and they observed what appeared to be the top crown of ahead with light brown hair. Suck, it's so hot and if you look at again any cushing aerial view. Jj was the very very very very back of the property like if you're looking at the house directly in front of it, he was at the very very very far back near the tree, and that is just so horrifically Saad. There remains were confirmed immediately by forensic anthropologists on the scene to be human nature. The second site was located behind a red, unattached outbuilding located roughly in the center of property near the firepit. Now you can easily see this outbuilding. It's a very large red barn looking thing. Next to the firepit is an area used as a pet cemetery and that site matched to paintings to Alex a cell phone after putting in what they did was they took steel rods. And they put it into the ground to determine disturbances and the soil under the surface. They found a suspicious area they found in cat remains in, but then they brought in a backhoe for further excavation. Remember Chats Masters Tammy yes, buried a raccoon, so they discovered to bones initially, but the forensic anthropologists can determine if they were animal. Upon further digging they found other bones, charred tissue and charred bones. The anthropologist designated them to be non adult human remains grizzly. However, if you look at the overview photo, you can see some of the remains that one of the photographers is taking a picture of at that digs at tiles. Dig Site I. Don't understand why they didn't tarp. I do not understand that I don't think the public needs to. Know. They don't need that getting. Aired out in public. Yeah I mean appeal. Don't realize that leads a branch of many people who the living are the ones who are the victims of the victims, and what happened the the tragedy that happened to them and so sad, and when people see things like that, their family members are impacted. Like Oh wow great. Yeah, it's just so incredibly sad. You know I feel like I.

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"alex cox" Discussed on We Saw the Devil

We Saw the Devil

03:07 min | 9 months ago

"alex cox" Discussed on We Saw the Devil

"And the space between the cabinets, and the ceiling, and also knocked a picture of Jesus off the refrigerator and Laurie inform them that Alex had come in taken jj now. Doesn't this going to bring to light the fact that they did do a search of the extra crawlspace? Yeah, that's yeah. I feel like that kind of connects adults. Somehow something something had been important for them to come back with new homeowners living there. Along I get such an eerie feeling when I read about Alex Holding Jj. No, it's hard not to and it just it scares me honestly. It scares me to think that somebody could be so sinister. I mean I. Don't I don't know we'll talk about that, though but elvis crazy. I feel. Yeah. All of it is absolutely insane, but that was really Assad I think everyone who read the affidavit originally when it. It dropped when they got to that part JJ was done, but we don't know that guys that is speculation speculation, so we've already covered the time line of you know of tiniest disappearance now let's talk about the timeline of the twenty third of when Jj was last seen, so that was on September twenty third the day that Melanie David woke up talk to Laurie and Laurie said he's gone, Alex, Dot Com. So Alex is a busy man again at nine fifty five. That morning Alex Again Day bells property. He was there until about ten twelve in the morning so God like what twenty minutes. That's not very long long at all the pins on his phone locate Alex near the pond on the property at the northern edge near a tree. If you look any cushing actually posted it and true crime underground, but she did. She took the over the aerial view of Chad's property, and actually marked where the children were found along with the tree, the fire pet, the pond, and so forth. I find that to be very very helpful. Visual s to tie everything together. at is I think. Think. People think that the back of Chad's property is just huge vast, but actually wasn't that big. No, but it does show you. How far highly and Jj were buried away from each other. They weren't really that close to each other. I believe that to be purposeful films and moving on pages, nine and ten condense together, so the FBI cast unit analyzed. Movements on chats property remember they can get right down to like within six meters. There were a handful of trips with the longest being on September nine th the day after tyler was last seen, he was there for two and a half hours that day on June ninth, a search warrant was executed at odds, property and multiple sites of interest were found corresponding with Alex Cox's. Sell. Ping's so there are two sites that they discuss in the affidavit. Site one site one is on the north side of the pond near the north of the property. This site corresponded with to GPS pains from Alex Cox's phone on September twenty, third, two, thousand nineteen, a patch of the ground was located that appear to be disturbed..

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"alex cox" Discussed on We Saw the Devil

We Saw the Devil

03:46 min | 9 months ago

"alex cox" Discussed on We Saw the Devil

"That's allman common for does even have an alibi, right? They left that out so I'm just curious where he was for the full hour. It's Kinda. It's Kinda interesting and then after than at eleven forty four at night he's located at his residence at apartment one seven so again another our discrepancy there. Where was he? During that time I have no idea. It's crazy, so let's start, but here's where it gets interesting there at yellowstone that day they come home Alex makes a couple trips restaurant Laura's apartment. He goes back to his apartment on Monday night. September ninth. At midnight his phone was located at his apartment at two forty two a M. He is back at Laura's apartment. He's at lorries apartment from to forty two in the morning to three thirty seven in the morning, so he's in the middle of the night. He suddenly gets up and goes to Laurie's apartment and the document. The affidavit says this is significant, not only because he is there in the middle of the night, but also because this is the only time in September he appears to go over to Laurie's between midnight and a am. What do you think they found that significant? Well. It's kind of random. To go over to someone's house at two in the morning like two three in the morning I it. It's odd. It is odd at four thirty seven am. Alex goes back to his apartment and he stays there until eight fifty nine am, so he goes. Lorries stays for almost an hour, and then he goes home for almost four hours at nine twenty one he is pained and located on Chad. Day Bills Property. Now that is weird. That is very weird and the nine hundred twenty one reading is GPS data. Data point and it places him behind the house near the east. End Of the barn that is very very very very specific. Now Tighly and the trip to yellowstone was the day before they leave. Come home later that evening. Alex goes to and from a couple of places that night, but first thing in the morning he's located at Chad's property in moving onto page six. Alex's phone was still at the table. Residents as of ten thirty nine at ten, forty seven. His phone shows a hit at the city of. Of Saint Anthony now Saint Anthony is only about a five minute drive from the table residents, so it is possible, but his phone pinged a cell phone tower, so he could have actually still been at the residence and not left. That is very common. They go false paying out. How're sometime exactly so? That is a possibility between ten fifty seven in the morning and eleven thirty nine Alex's solely at the day bell property, so here are two possible scenarios. Alex was at Chad's house from nine twenty one to eleven. Eleven thirty nine, so for like almost like a little over two hours, or Alex wants to Chad's property left to go somewhere down the street and came back if he did leave and come back. Where did he go? We don't know, but we may not know exactly okay. So for eleven fifty two to twelve o two, he went to del Taco and Rexburg, and then he went home and spent pretty much the rest of the day in his apartment, but he was at Chad's property for over two hours. Another. Interesting part is just a matter of minutes fourteen minutes after Alex's last paying on the property Chad Day bell since Tammy his wife a text message so Chad text hammy eleven fifty three, and says well. I've had an interesting morning. I felt I should burn all of the debris by the firepit before he got to soaked by the coming storms. Did, so I spotted a big raccoon along the fence I hurried and got my gun and he was still walking along..

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"alex cox" Discussed on We Saw the Devil

We Saw the Devil

14:12 min | 10 months ago

"alex cox" Discussed on We Saw the Devil

"The urine okay. So then we're going to set up these tests so it's basically how it's done okay. So like the person doing this report. I understand that they have no idea what this case is in regards to and they're just doing the standard but would you say then for like the Police Department and the FBI that were present that maybe they should have in your opinion. They probably should have ordered a lot more than in my opinion. Yeah I would have a but you know like again. I have this bias that there's no way this is normal so I would feel like they would want to rule that out too and be like okay. We just need to cut and dry case. He died of natural causes. But let's be sure let's order. You know everything that could possibly be it but I do understand. Costs probably are high to order a ton of stuff so in an investigation where both FBI and police are present at an autopsy. You would think they would pull like almost full panels on everything right but you also have to remember the agent the FBI agent could've walked away with with specimens. He did I think at one point. They say that he took something yeah. They said that he took something and I was like. I think that was another question I had written down. Mike is that typical for them to take something with them. A dog lead lot. Well kind of. It's a blood blood that was collected and released detectives. At the time of examination. It could be something either. They want to keep it Just in case because In Standard on this report it says that after a year specimens will be destroyed after five years of the report will be destroyed. Also so with that blood clot could. Could they then run some of these tests that are missing if they need it or no? Yeah they could. They could do some more testing I'm surprised they didn't take any Urine and You know him some of the liver tissue also. But here's my question. If the testing overall say it was incomplete for poisoning right how can they confidently state a minner of death? Is it just that the cardiovascular? The cardiac issue is just so obvious and Alex. That's pretty much what they defaulted to because they feel like there are many many many many chemicals that can cause a blood clot and causing cardiac event. So I guess my ultimate question is. How are they so sure? It was related to these. Say Y- The bilateral pulmonary throw belie the hypertensive cardiovascular disease that he had multiple liver cavernous her Ngoma's so it a gastric polyps so like all of these things but like how would that tie in say at the FBI took tissue and then deliver toxicology report in the FBI comes back and was like this bitch was poisoned in some way. How will that will that affect this document at all like can they post you will? Well okay it will. Basically what they do was just an addendum and say that the F. B. I. Had has found toxicology reports. Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah. And it would be a dented and then Fee Cause of death would be changed. Have you seen that is that is the Amazon is not very common? But it's not it's not very common but I can keep an incident in Georgia There was a coroner who Basically came in and said the lady called the guy's wife called and said a my husband just shot him so people get their yes guys dead and the quarter comes in he says. Yep Suicide So being that Autopsies are expensive. The coroner decided that There was no need for an autopsy because it comes out of his budget so he said not suicide. Just leave it alone. Done the cops. Google okay suicide but the guys families like. There's no fucking way this guy would have done this. There's no way seven years later after investigating and having a private investigator looking through everything There came a conclusion that it was the wife who killed the guy. Oh well yeah so currently Believe it was last year there was she was in court and I will. I don't know what the findings of the court was but I do know that. The guy is Report his death certificate and the report got changed and because it wasn't a death by blunt trauma you know self inflicted blunt trauma it. Was You know a murder? So yeah it does happen. That's crazy and so seven years later it was changed. Yes seven years later. Who was changed? I don't know if anyone has seen or if you've seen on Netflix. There's a documentary series called the Smiley face killer or the Smiley face. Murders other and there's very little stock in the theory but basically law enforcement retired. Fbi agents and police believe that there is possibly a connection between all of these murderers of young twenty something year old men who end up being found in bodies of water while these two one retired FBI agent and one retired New York City detective. They've been actually going case by case all over the country and they've managed to get like seventy percent of the causes of death changed from suicides accidental drownings to homicide. It does happen. It's really interesting. How how it does happen with further testing so I wonder if maybe the FBI. I mean it should be a red flag to everyone at the FBI was involved in this to begin with right well and it says though at the end the evidence they were released to one of the detectives so it's still with Gilbert PD. Then it could be with Gilbert okay so it could be with Gilbert PD but if the FBI comes in and says hey you know that that sample you've got we need it being FBI share a well. They'll just take it's not really we'll hopefully. They've already done whatever tests. They're hoping to do. Yeah you know. Of course there's always that infighting between bureau and local cops you know they don't like each other but still yeah they'll come in they'll take it and say hey you know we need that when you do some more testing and their yo but they also could be that they might be holding it because in case they need a Tie. Tammy to Alex then The expert Police Department can go to the Gilbert Police Department and go. Hey you know that sample you have. We need a little piece of that so we can do this this test and so say. They want to compare samples bright. Say that they you know for Tammy's which I I. I truly honestly believe that they've completed. Tammy Day bells autopsy. And let me get your opinion. Oh Heck Yeah. They exhumed her in. Win December. This is it done. I mean we're now going into may do you think that her autopsy is complete. Oh Heck yes. There is no way that it couldn't be complete without The prosecutor doing what he wants to do right now. He there is no way that they could say excuse me murder conspiracy and all that other charges without having findings you know from the Ati now from what you've seen in your own autopsy cases and whatnot. Alex died in December. So why are we just now getting it back in May? Does that usually indicate that there's some sort of criminal element possibly involved or like I guess my or does it just kind of run concurrently with concurrent with the police investigation? I guess I'm wondering why that's why I'm asking. This question is why did it take so damn long? And why is Tammy Bells? Autopsy still sealed and more than likely it is sealed because there's evidence as an top for Tammy's so there's evidence there so it has to be sealed the cannot be public knowledge. Opinion can be tainted so therefore you know kind of like the whole thing with. The Peterson case like Lacy Peterson. Yeah you know that that. That was basically by popular demand he was guilt. You know it wasn't like something that was really tried in the court. It was tried in public. Yeah it was tried in the court of public opinion. Exactly that's what I'm trying to say thank you. That's why I think they're trying to keep everything under wraps because if you have a savvy lawyer which. Laurie doesn't have thank God You know he could use that against them. So therefore they're those records are lockdown and plus you know I'm sure just.

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"alex cox" Discussed on Bravo for the B-side Podcast

Bravo for the B-side Podcast

16:34 min | 10 months ago

"alex cox" Discussed on Bravo for the B-side Podcast

"You know Kinda react. But they'd think Paul woman doesn't speak English valuable doesn't understand you know as happy. Get back footed by Celia. I was very impressed by. Yeah and that's kind of what I thought. It was. Not only we see in Kate really for the first time on screen as Kate and not again as set dressing or you know supporting moment to feel docks rage or distract him But just the way she held in presented herself. And then it really to me. It felt like she was doing it kind of not as much as to agitate but to kind of put people in their place. You know I'm going to call him her and he's not my husband. He's my wife and I'm kate in. What are you going to do about it because you know Very few people actually know what happened to any of these folks. After this event you know in that case continued to to be successful and Not Related to the movie but one of my favorite things about going to tombstone about going to big nose. Cates is is Discovering that one of her employees was trying to start his own silver mine in his room in the basement and he managed. He did managed to get some silver because he was just it? Was you know the basements were just dirt? And he was debt digging he found. I don't know not enough. Silver to be of any note. But then he took because he figured if he got caught she'd kill him unless she continued to have a business career. Johnny had the most illustrious career after he finished in tombstone. He was the governor of territorial prison. You put down a riot in the prison. He then was the Chinese exclusion officer for the State of Arizona for several years when the Chinese were banned. And we're all supposed to be rounded up sent back to China. And then when the Spanish American war happened he was the head teamster and he was responsible for all the horses. So when Teddy Roosevelt charged up San Juan Hill Johnny B. and providing all the horses. Good for Johnny Ben. Well other this kind of checkered career that we might not have certain obvious activities but it was. It was always a career like what we might call in public service trains great. What was Wyatt Up? He was like a prospector. On the bartend yeah. He did later later in his life. He consulted for films. Tv Dibble. That's really why we have the legend wiser. Because in his latter years he he lived in Los Angeles and he made friends with William Heart and other people who are like I think John Ford as well and and sort of got his story told right. Yes one of my favorite little pullouts from from that was the fact that a set hand who wanted to be an actor Who we would come to know as John Wayne? Oh Yeah Yeah. And and he. I remember in later on when he would talk more to the public and interviews His his whole thing about yeah. He met wider upon sat. And he in. He's like he's he is up in a quiet man didn't waste words and he wasn't the most approachable but I but if you ask him a question it's like he'll honor you with an answer. Well you've you've overcome whatever it is to speak to me. I'll give you an answer and it was about you. Know how? How do you portray a cowboy? I'll in in those days. White Herbs Response to him was never fucking sorry. No that's so they'll do. That was the tape that but act our actor who played wound up. She's I said. Do you want to get together and talk about character? He goes nope pasta because he lived in. Prescott need to drive down to tombstone to the compensate but he knew that character he knew who what oppose we all know I guess one last question before you go. Yeah okay. So what advice would you share with listeners? Who are just starting out or trying to make their slow. Climb into into filmmaking get together with like minded people get together with people who are interested in not too. Because if you're going to be a filmmaker you need you know a film to be made it needs to have actors it needs to have a cinematographer news. Art Department director writer producer. All those things and so you need to make even if you don't go to film school you need to find a way to get together with like minded people so you can all work together to achieve whatever it is that you want to do and the other thing. Is You really have to want to do it? You really have to believe in it and think it's was doing because to sell much independent cinema and so many short films and so many people who who kind of idly wanna be filmmakers awful makers and so you really have to walk WanNa do it and have to be like you say you have to be very clear about what you want to say what it is that you want to communicate and then you can do it outstanding gear. I think that's really good advice. Kosovo to rush on By the time this airs will have out Folks check our show link our show notes for a areas they are the places you can find the DVD and as a link to Amazon. So you can pick it up highly. Recommend also though I mean even better go to Walmart or go to Fi- or go to target and get it from the because this is the most amazing thing because Westin's weirdly enough. I'm seeing the covered nine hundred situation. It's not going to be playing in cinemas anytime soon. Dvd's are what older guys who haven't figured out that computer properly that's Westerns on. That's true and fire chief in our in our valley win all volunteer firefighters and the Fi- choose collection of John Wayne. Dvd's but he doesn't have a BLU ray player. He doesn't do the computer you know He. He watches. Dvd's and went three tenths of you became out on DVD. It I love it. The market for Weston's old cranky. Old Guys you know who who you know rather fight apartment and we have those listed in the show notes as Walmart target. Stop anything else comes up on a is going to send me something. We'll get that out there Because we we want people to see this not just because we're we were indie film but this it just is a marvelous and we're so grateful to have been able to screen it and address. I'm so I'm so glad I'm so glad you're familiar with the subject matter too because I think it would be different if you weren't familiar with if I if you're unfortunate person who didn't this junk American history. It would seem a bit weird well. I'm glad either way and then we get to speak to you and this has been absolutely fantastic. Yes it's very nice talking to you. Thank you and I think with that we will let you go. Get your lunch. Could hear them calling down below All right so much. Thank you very much. It's really nice talking to you all right. You have a lovely afternoon you to enjoy the lockdown. How Cook but that was Alex Cox writer and director of Tombstone Russia. Yes That was really talk with him. Really was yeah a lot of good piece of pieces of advice that he gave indeed One of the really interesting things that we were just talking about. I thought was you know Good to know as when you're distributing Film they made think about the audience to which you are distributing and how they get their films I in the example of his his as a western and so He made a point to say the the people who watch Westerns Don't usually get their media online runs. They buy it from Walmart and target they go and buy the DVD the grumpy old men. An all that's true. It's I mean Westerns. Number one are kind of a fading. They've they've over. The last ten years has been something here something there. They've been trying to bring the Western back right to the subway but was like too too much modernisation. So it's not really kicking off right. You know Main when people think of old movies right there's gender roles you know it like from the forties and fifties weren't a lot of Opportunities for women to shine in a film you know the the strong woman was also victim to their their placement in the period. You know it's it's their their Overcome with makeup issues. Or you know just really ridiculous stuff. We've talked about specialties. B. Movies especially from the fifties and stopped and horror movies. I mean women ever serve to to be the thing that has to be rescued. You know like Oh. I lost my car keys. I gotTa go find them out. Someone stole my wife. I had a go getter from the monster. As it's Kinda terrible and in Westerns especially in the old westerns women didn't have hearts not so much like we talked about Kate. You know this is a tombstone has the shootout at the OK. Corral in the story around teams don't has been done so many times but Y- kate always even the one with Val kilmer. She was there to get angry. She was there to say something sensible to him to which he could rail against. You know the the the quick voice of reason and you know helps establish his character. But we don't get enough of her and you know we we have Like Annie Oakley. I'd love to be about any bright. And well in deadwood. There was some you know there was depiction of her as her own person and that was great. But she wasn't the Star Right. She wasn't The head of a lot of a plot stories in the episodes but you know when she was unscreened. It was what marvelous. Yes you know. And there were a lot of women in the old West. That did things but now with these modernizations what they're doing is they're taking whole stories and centering it in trying to inject a lot of political correctness which right. It's a hard thing to do. I wouldn't want to do a Western today. Wouldn't trying to find that balance would be impossible but it's also genre. That's it's the older fellows grumpy old men who still loved their Westerns. Oh yeah like you said. Can't figure it out how to get it on their computer. You know blue rally. I love that reference that you know only have blu ray just straight DVD. Yeah they don't care about all that. Yeah so yeah. That's that's an awesome market to right. Put things out because everyone.

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"alex cox" Discussed on Bravo for the B-side Podcast

Bravo for the B-side Podcast

08:40 min | 10 months ago

"alex cox" Discussed on Bravo for the B-side Podcast

"Expert. Exemplification OF DOC Holliday. Was this grandiose figure and love him or hate him because we we know people who just can't stand the the the character of Doc Holliday. Or who he was as a man but you know if if he's going to tell a story and he's going to embellish it a little bit he's GonNa put something in at big. It's GonNa be as big as big can be. Put the lights on medicine and to have that and then also In in the other telling of what happened especially the the moments leading up to it. It was the quintessential herbs and Doc Holliday. Walking down the street and it. It's done the same in almost every film the flowing dusters the the know crisp clean. I mean super clean for being where they are. You know their hats and everything of the way they move. It's just it's almost like every heroic entrance from from While from Those old Westerns to like the avengers and marvel movies today when they have the heroes march on screen. It's almost that marched through tombstone. Dan Lewis Theme Lula up goes to get his horseback horse. Had been stolen. Think he goes to Charleston to get it back reality. He would have ridden in He would've put on chaps and a big coat and he would addressed the cowboys because those Iron Woods. Cactus of ferocious. And you just feel the protection of your legs you'd have them covered the big leather chaps. But he's wired up he's not gonNA he's GonNa ride through the desert in a business suit exactly so you have to respect the the best as well at the same time even though it's you know. Visually differentiates the two factions as well. Now so we explains Tombstone Rosh Amman. Rosh among comes from the Asala Film. Rosh Amman now. I know you've done documented onto I believe documentaries on the document about Kerala documentary about Emmanuel movies documentary about Dennis. Hopper's fill the last movie okay. I was curious. Because there's a lot of people gravitate to curious films Quentin Tarantino is is a very vocal voracious fan. I thought he was a fan of Hong Kong action. Both for the ICY. Yeah the the Hong Kong action is how he likes to frame and you can see that in his movies how he likes to frame the the the fight scenes in the choreography the elaborate and sometimes you know simple in its elaborates construction To get from Point A. Point B. It's a lot of fun and I was just curious. What's what draws or. What is it about cure? Asala that draws you or or fascinates you or entertains you that he made so many films. I mean he really did. He made he made so many great films. I did a thing at the time in London. That was our event so I had all of these postcards. At the Japanese government had issued to celebrate his entire career. Every fill Kerr asylum aid postcode from Sensu SUGATA. Whatever the first one all the way through the on so I'll so with the audience. I just hold up a card saying it is it a classic not quite sure going through and suddenly we get to like high and low and stray dog and the Samurai films all audience voting one. After another. It's a classic Jimbo. Classic Seven. Samurai it's a classic cure the greatest classic syllable it goes and so we ended up with. I think out of a career of what he forty feature length films. We had like twenty or more that were considered whatever classic means what consider classics by the people there. So that's an extraordinary career. Well you can say every film that well-made was great but the number is Sui generis he's making creating his own genre and Curacao was working in a variety of genres so Talking about kind of that the writing side of it Jimmy. Both right That you've been a writer director on a number of projects and I'm kind of wondering what side draws you more. What side you like more or do you kind of see them. As sides of the same coin well no writings really fun. Rising itself is wonderful. Because you not influenced by hardly anything else mean. Sometimes you should be writing for pay. You should be paying attention to what you'll pay master really wants. Even if they don't say what it is we might be to intuited but writing is like really pure and fun and then directing Slama work directing is is is more difficult than more more time consuming more fraught with alternative intact now doing both so writing something and then directing it does that. Put you at odds with yourself. Is the director part of you in the writer? Part of you ever come to a head against each other and on the page. This looks fantastic but visually. I need to know because you're right. You're right if you're especially writing for yourself. You're right with with the practical aspect you know you're right with with something in mind otherwise if you describe something you better you better have an idea how you achieve it stated absolutely the Because we we did a short film but we kind of the reins over to a different director and that was kind of whole thing and one of the lessons. We learned is You know we we write for ourselves number one because this is the story we want to tell and then number two we take we take our notes that we get and we apply them and most often we can do it in a way they only had. This is better. You know we we feel better about it this way So we've never had to do that. Challenge and we're working on. An adaptation will be wrote a script too short adaptation of Spoon River in policies and We before all of this Quarantine began we started looking at pulling things together to To do it ourselves and To do the short and then Redo the script into a feature the when you've written something And and someone else has helmed the direction. Were you ever still closely attached to the project? You know Day Five we're GONNA have some rewrites call the writer in I was on this movie that Dennis Hopper made called backtrack whether it was a I think they more or less show what we wrote but then there was a little bit of tweaking because both high and my writing partner Tod Davies. We were both. We both went out to New Mexico but I think also partially it was just for the fun of it. You know we just wanted to go. I'm not sure how much we rewrote when I what Rudy. Well it's a he actually did. We were doing Walker Nick. Our our rudy had to be right to a lot of rewriting and tweaking of things because the circumstances were so so specific you know so He was constantly busy. So it just depends. Sometimes the script is just like A. It's like a blueprint new. Just make like I made a film called. How patrolman Ballerina? O'brien we didn't change anything. We shall the whole thing so it just I think it depends on circumstances. Well let's get into the process of that Kind of bring.

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"alex cox" Discussed on Bravo for the B-side Podcast

Bravo for the B-side Podcast

07:12 min | 10 months ago

"alex cox" Discussed on Bravo for the B-side Podcast

"This week we have a great interview with a Hollywood legend. Alex Cox Writer Actor Director. Everything are yes. There are many many years so he is the director of Tombstone Rush. Amman and he is also worked on the screenplay. Four fear and loathing in Las Vegas. You know how we feel about that movie. Writer Director for Sydney Ansi Writer. Director for rebel. Mainly Bowman yes. Mealy Estevez's people go way back It's a great interview Which a lot in. The man clearly loves the tombstone legend which was well. I suppose you must to yeah about it But as really great conversation and we were very fortunate to have him give us time his of his time to be on the show. Yeah Yeah it's really lovely person. I was very excited to talk to him. And the order of these interviews we do the more and more. I get excited about them. You would think that it would be kind of the reverse like as we do more interviews. I get more used to doing interviews and you know sort of like fall into a rhythm and and but every time we schedule another interview. I get like ten times more excited than I was for the last one. What would you do if we like somehow turn into like an interview only show? I'M GONNA explode? We had so many people lined up exploded awesome. But I'll talk about movies too so can have a fifty fifty at best. I would exploit well. We don't want that. This is more room and the blast zone. Yeah it's true. Well shall we jump into this thing? yeah all right. Let's do it. Okay let's go aby CIDERS. Welcome to another episode. The problem for the B side. This is Jim. This is Danny and we have with us today. Alex Cox the regular and Directo director of Tombstone. Rosh Amman and we are so very excited. Hey Alex We're so excited to talk about this Because Timpson Rosh Amman. Does a number of things. it it it. It's a wonderful film has We Love Tombstone. History Used to live in Arizona. I spent a lot of time making TRIPS DOWN TO TOMBSTONE. Just to talk live Lived it I in Cottonwood and Then I ended up living in flagstaff because I worked for the school district up there. Okay Yeah but I. I loved the southern part of the steak. As hot opened. Desert was my thing and Tombstone's history and you just can't help.

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"alex cox" Discussed on Do By Friday

Do By Friday

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"alex cox" Discussed on Do By Friday

"Merlin man, Alex Cox and next empty. This week's challenge where of best. Hello, good morning morning interns. Could you please get max forth thing? Get Mexa. Water. Oh, wow. Look, look at how swift look look. Look at spry. They are gonna cow sharing. Ooh, the Dickerson's we got the Dickerson's in here. They're still not. I mean, they're, they're calibrated. So it sounds good, but I think you're not supposed to talk directly into them like it's like you're talking into like a hotdog, correct? Yeah. Well, you are supposed to talk into it like this, but from you. I'm doing Alex. Yes, yes, yes, yes. Sideways doing this the side. Off acts guess who needs to be turned way up in the headphones. Up there. All. Yeah. Turn. We should put this in the show notes. The segment just segment over one turn role enough in the headphones. A little Alex, come in, keep a comment. Right there. Okay. We always sound pretty good. This is about we should put some tape on the mixing board or something because that it's for us. Yes, we should put do by Friday tape on for us. However, by the number we didn't have bottled. No, we do in the green room also. Can I have one? I'll technically drink this type tap water, but could you tell me a little bit about what you learned when you were interning at cards against humanity? I learned that max likes his water in a bottle. Okay. Who's max? He is the cards. I sell the funny jokes target. He can look good on linked in new. Guys, I have so. Balls, big balls full of content this week. I've got big content balls. Oh, nice to remain with content. Thank you. It's cold to look at that. It's. Sweating a little bit. I mean, this is the off brand Cosco version, but that's okay. Jordan, that's fine. We'll take it. Okay. So all right, first of all, I think we should get all of our plugs and patriots stuff out of the way right off the top. Is that is that okay with everyone? I we get treats yet. I don't think we should so much. Oh, I want to reveal revealing versus all as you know, do by Friday has no ads on it, and you might be thinking to yourself, well, how does how did they make.

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"alex cox" Discussed on Do By Friday

Do By Friday

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"alex cox" Discussed on Do By Friday

"This is due by friday weekly challenge podcast with ruined man alex cox and max temple speaks challenge get a haircut hello hello magazine here let's talk about dr who oh oh no seem a little soured flew who point no extorting not i mean oh if the such argument dr who is about they think she's hot i i thought matt smith was hot max do you think that smith is hot big chicken boy pechiney he's the queen's husband on that uh yeah queen's husband on that show around clean the aground could get the clinton that showed the queen's i think he's not no he's can hear certain lumpy face aw merlene can i can i start with follow up yes the guy asks got hoping a no cards i i stole them max because we did not get through the stack we got through op one guy rudest starbucks uniform got raised throughout the cards why wow i like my worst nightmare in like a little new someone's gonna follow behind you and me in the studio yeah i never know better i just love them in the studio it could got him ape all better finder no we talked about that minor rename or a producer chris can we turn on merlin up in the head for mix the same way that we do every week three or four that's great starting in purging designed files o one thing one thing that has haunted me all week you came in all jazzed about a new credit card well.

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"alex cox" Discussed on Sound Opinions

Sound Opinions

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"alex cox" Discussed on Sound Opinions

"Flat out that that day will never happen because it is our destiny to be here our destiny to control you people so no matter how much you fight no matter what you think we'll be back time and time again lorraine so o'brien who is the producer and i both saw that we were making this is i'm this ridiculous right but we will make in kinda popular comedy we thought essentially you know our our our aesthetic his business is not that far removed from blazing saddles you know and the film has violence it has sex it has beautiful women as exotic locations and joe's tremor music it's got jobs trauma music it's got a great performance by ed harris an obviously though it wasn't perceived that way by the studio distributed it who saw it as a troublesome a difficult phil will you kept very busy i mean you've fed i mean people probably recognize those 80s works is kind of like the you know the prime alex cox period but you've been extremely busy since then you may documentary films zeev raw third a number of books right i mean it but it was interesting also is and this is this is kind of good if i had become really rich suppose i had i mean not that joe was us a saudi maghagha rich pajot had super large number of residuals coming in from the clash now musicians actually are much better treated and filmmakers in terms of getting up getting a little bit of money back for very popular albums songs and so if i'd been and joe situation had been very comfortable financially i could like joe have just kinda kickback for fifteen years and not done anything i think joe is a little adrift to i think he just felt a little lost their for appeared it wasn't so much laziness as just you know what do i do we are the yellow no i wouldn't say was lazy 'cause he was it but i think that he after walker he'd hoped that may be there was an entree they'd film scoring and acting but that didn't really kickoff then he did this album earthquake weather on your hope was that was going to get him into this of the american market as a solo walker.

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"alex cox" Discussed on Sound Opinions

Sound Opinions

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"alex cox" Discussed on Sound Opinions

"There is a bunch of now i got to get out of your right that ride yet the grinding some not any so why both of them will be didn't have training actors they could um they could do it you know i don't know other people in the film you're like shane macgowan of the pos who really aren't actors chain could never understand why he up through the same thing twice now know i did the over the last take i'm willing to go that direction on this down but but certainly both joe courtney i think we're instinctive actors it is the godgiven right of the american people to dominate the western hemisphere it is our moral duty to protect our neighbours from oppression and exploitation it is the fate of america to go ahead that is her manifest any here we are talking with director alex cox on sound opinions on jim doer goddess i'm here with gregg caught aleksei your next project was walker and a lot of critics consider it your best film it's these weird footnote in american history starring ed harris as william walker an american who goes to nicaragua in the eighteen 50s and declares himself president nicaragua mean anything you walk nothing at all is worthless piece of real estate controls the overland route to the pacific i now control all transportation in nicaragua but in order to continue to do so i need stability was this got to do with me nicaragua's the divided country said is in the midst of a terrible civil law it is important i need is for some man to go down there and take over i mean there's american imperialism in a nutshell you know and it comes out at this point with reagan and nicaraguan what's happening in south america what a strange in wonderful movie you could make this stuff up yeah i mean i mean that's the thing meanwhile cast reputation for being this really crazy film on.

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"alex cox" Discussed on Sound Opinions

Sound Opinions

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"alex cox" Discussed on Sound Opinions

"You could still in healthy energy but ethics food well that's the point of view of the film okay fortunately i think it gets mitigated by the end because the end is quite sentimental yeah i think it would have been better probably to end the film with said like dying in a pool of his own vomit pizza shahed zone well it was a horrible end in a horrible story but what we might not have got the money to make the film if it had been that if the hedged reveille true did you read leicester bags this famous piece about oh yes i did a tale of two patsies yes really be moaned the waste of a life that was a very good article and that was really inspiring i think icy last obiang's article a tale of two patsies really was an inspiration to me and and abby in in terms of finding our feet with the screenplay yet because he really got it you know he really understood that they were both a pera passes and he also understood that there was this potential there that said really could have been an extraordinary artists visit needs more than a mere vice fly as a fabulous days off that a simple matter bodies the dementia of annoy the general election isa install the possibility of that yeah and let it just all went fashion steve after a short break we'll continue our conversation with filmmaker alex cox will look at his collaboration and friendship with joe stromer of the clashed and later we can review the new elven from eclectic hiphop hop trio any argue that in a minute unsound opinions from wbz chicago and p r x.

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"alex cox" Discussed on Sound Opinions

Sound Opinions

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"alex cox" Discussed on Sound Opinions

"We believe it how did we get made 1984 as i said changed many a generation of musicians lives those kids who were too young to experience the ramones and the sex pistols in the clash first hand the artistic vision that unites repo men the lighting of the casting the dialogue the music it is such of a peace all of its screams punk we are here we are different we are individuals that was intense prepoll man's always intense come on let's go get address will the original deal with repo man was that we would try and other produces and i who had been it i'd been ucla with we were trying to raise one hundred thousand dollars to make it as an independent film um do we thought we could meet like 10 dentists each of whom we can it's the analogy dollars villanova but we never met any dentists you know we didn't go to the dentist because the number of money you know syrup lately failed in our attempt to recruit dentist investors we did meet aci called michael nasr myth of the monkey of them on keys formerly of the monkeys who lost all of his all of his monkeys money hit out his cause repossessed some you know those very poignant experience for him and that his mother who lived in texas invented a product cold liquid paper white out whiteout and they will millionaires again and nasr myth took the project around the studios all of whom rejected it wanna evening nasr myth found himself in a bar in los angeles cold morton's and this was the time off perben cowboy.

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"alex cox" Discussed on Sound Opinions

Sound Opinions

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"alex cox" Discussed on Sound Opinions

"You're listening to sound opinions and later on in the show jim we are going to review this new any rd record this is a for rao williams side project if he well this is now the fifth studio album by the spin and first in seven years no one really ever dies as the name of the record any r d as the project where for all goes into the garage you click and garage bands of course are a great tradition in rock and roll i think no one in the filmmaking world ever has captured better the punk diy garage spirit than director alex cox politicallycharged films surreal films impeccable soundtracks always starting with his debut in 1984 the cult classic repo man what is repo man about uh people repossessing cars but it's is this surreal science fiction comedy amelio estevez in harry dean stanton star i think it's less important for the story than the look and the sound on the soundtrack a bunch of l a punk heavy hitters black flags suicidal tendencies beer and of course the great iggy pop follow that up jim with another great cult movie sit in nancy 1980 six who was a bio pic about the sex pistols said vicious and his girlfriend nancy spungen and that tragic descent into heroin addiction later on he collaborated with joe stromer of the clash shared than most notable aspect of two films straight to hell and walker and he's continued to be a prolific sex ever since his most recent is a western tombstone rush him on we're happy to welcome alex cox director of some of our favorite movies to sound opinions really do really mean that i really may at alex if i had a dime for every band i've interviewed who told me we decided to become a band after seeing repo man all right or that scene in sydney ansi when the schoolgirls a running down the street smashing headlights william caused it.

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"alex cox" Discussed on Mac Power Users

Mac Power Users

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"alex cox" Discussed on Mac Power Users

"Welcome back to another episode of the mac power users podcast on katie floyd alongside with my pal david sparkes hello david hello keith lloyd how are you today i'm doing well we're were marching on towards the end of the year here it's it's hard to believe yes i'm excited about today's guests welcome the show alex cox hey man i feel like i'm amongst mack titans here this is so intimidating and terrifying and i'm so happy to be here while we're happy to have you i think i met you in person at or chicago meet up last year you were kind enough to come i a you are uscic what is it with chicago and what what what are they called natives of chicago i i'd be out that's we wouldn't call ourselves that but there there's a lot of people who call us that as well as uh you know like being from shy town in a whole bunch of things this kind of legco when people say blake frisco for san francisco nova that's bad nobody says that okay well you are are nobody says angelino out here that what he says that well you are our local cards against humanity consultant but you're probably most recently uh famous for being a part of the trio on dubai friday i mean famous is perhaps the most generous could be used vague yeah i do a new show with max temp qin an merlin man uh and when i say new i just realized we've been doing it for almost a year because we started hit when we were all pretty confident that the election drama was over but that changed but the idea behind the show is we challenge each other to do something strange each week and it's mostly in excuse for the free three of us to hang out but some weirdness ensues and people seem to like it i guess but but of course it it it's much more than that because it it wouldn't be a a show with.

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"alex cox" Discussed on Upgrade

Upgrade

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"alex cox" Discussed on Upgrade

"And that is our pledge drive this is one thing also we don't we don't talk about this every week the year this happens and pledge pledge time and then we go away so more hardware draft stuff though to talk about for follow up i think this this qualifies for follow up last episode was the apple hardware draft me mike steven hackett john syracuse and alex cox drafted apple hardware and that was a fun episode that night totally could have been a membership member's special but because oh i didn't even do it we're going to do a right now get get ready everybody look at look at your overcast if you have a chance here we go to merlin is here therefore we are continuing the upgrade summer of fun yeah i choose gila tours right merlin you're part of the summer fun put a uh put some muflih pileups on merlin it's time scheduled launch it's the summer fun yeah one one of the parts of the summer fun was we did the hardware draft because we were travelling mike was traveling we prerecorded that episode couldn't have it be about anything timely it was a lot of fun than we stuck around and professor syracuse siracusa took us to school that played runner dow has did that was really you are really stuck on your position you you again you stating character the whole time he did not picture which which position is that the one the deckert's not a replica under the easy tax susannah your position that you know it's fine it's like that's that's that i could every time he's got enough they leszek that's the classic snow position as and it's like it's fine with you like our al how's fine it's finds four of listener jeffrey wrote in to say that alex one his heart.

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