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"anthony perkins" Discussed on Whimsically Volatile
"I oh yeah same direction about that. A lot Do you remember the tv movie. Ver- we you know. Okay we call it. The poor man's version demon seed with k. Lens to some mainland huge k. Lands kill listen. Stripped to kill god if i could ever do a film. Maybe that's maybe that's a good show. You know the good quarantine show where it's a series of solo numbers but trans cereal won't bring back the trans serial killer and make it hot again. That'll never happen. If it did happen it would happen at the cavern club. Maybe i do have the contact information for the director. And i know i sat with. Okay listen to me Stretching i sat with is sat down the row from her. When did you see the strip to kill screening. At the silent movie theater nobody poison ivy screening. Were at though. I had to leave Because of an fortunate of a accompaniment now would have been the same. Would that have been the same. Well i said well she did. What's her name. cachet ruben. An actor she was in psycho three that gets killed on the toilet famous. Line as ma'am. Excuse me. this is occupied. Oh three supposed to be. is that the one. That's really good of the sequels Well i think they're all good except for fours terrible because you can't have a libya hussy. It doesn't matter that she looks like anthony perkins or henry thomas henry. Thomas was perfect casting for norman bates kid in bates motel. Okay the i. I loved up until the last three episodes and i thought it was a piece of shit. Verify me guys norma. Bates that blew my mind. Because it's hard to define norma bates which would have been hard back then in the eighties. Because it's you're so stuck into into norman's version of norm. Norma his mom and imagination exactly and and as a gay man..
"anthony perkins" Discussed on Classic Movie Musts
"Back. In batch. I i mean from the moment when she pulls the gun on sam. And it's all down to walter at this point. Is he going to back her up or not. And obviously she doesn't feel he will or she just can't bring herself to kill sam. You have this moment where you say. Oh you know. Like sam's realization. Walters realization that sam saved his life confronted with his again his wife's murderous intense. You say okay he's redeemed or he's gonna be salvaged or any of those things so that it is quite surprising when you have the two of them at the window in. What is these two sick people talking to each other and the way they go back and forth where he was just prepared to perhaps say no. I'm not gonna let you murder this man to saying he's he is by the gate and he knows too much and then she's like no no no he won't and then they're both like everything's gonna be okay. I mean the the layers in depths that they're going into their own like subconscious and just their own rationales and they're talking to each other but they're really both just talking to themselves. It's so psychological. I mean in war is a psychological genre or style lends itself to that. But this is perhaps it goes far. I think deeper and probes at that kind of psychological level in ways that we don't really see until i think you know it makes me think of psycho and what we have they're going on with anthony perkins and you say it's it's it's creepy d. Did you see it coming. So i'll say until until when sam leaves the room. yes. I i the first time i ever saw this movie. I thought that martha was gonna essentially go to jail or you completely exile. What ever that. Walter was going to be the turning point. He would be redeemed and that would kind of seal her doom here. And that's just not the case but as soon as you get to that window and they start talking to themselves. You say this is not gonna end well so that way when we do get a lovely. We'll just say. Oh my gosh to double indemnity. Two years earlier with With bombard sam loves a gun at her waist and again ted. You're right on the levels of surprise when they start talking to themselves at that window you say no this is not going to end well so that when he pulls the gun on her you see. I'm not particularly surprised but when she here seals her own fate grabbing the gun bringing it closer and moving her own finger to the trigger. That surprise me surprised me and you know me and architecture windows oh yeah. Sammy came through a window in that early sea and in fact when they revisit that room in the house tour he he points that window and says that's member. That's where i. That's where..
"anthony perkins" Discussed on Reel Chronicles
"The not. I'm gonna go more from me. I'm more for the audience. Go more for me i am. I am the vendors. I am kevin conroy. As batman in masks phantasm accepted poll. I didn't even think of that of does if not that probably would have been my choice. That is really good pilot on aron. What are we up to. I only if i left. I have three more left or two more david. You should have sci fi and action. Yes i don't have action. Yes you're okay many comedy action and flex no sequels. Not in here this time. Did you have a sequel performance easier. Because i was running low on sequel performances. Oh yes seco will leave. Just when we're doing the movies that makes it easier okay. They weren't good. We're back to normal. Geo and i have three left. Yup used to fry are ryan. You know general this morning. Excuse me she's if all right. I'm gonna go action surely there on as furioso in mad max again. You're welcome back to the drawing board. Sifi fantastic you know. Funny because artisan dave on your list you have like one of your favorite actors and you. You have multiple films with them. So i think i'm gonna do the same thing i've been grab a jack. Nicholson in one. Flew over a cuckoo's nest for oscar. No i already have oscar. I'm gonna put him in office my flex now. You scrape pick. I'll have. I'll have jack. Nicholson love in there. And now i guess yup wraparound got action and blockbuster. Ooh what for action. Who is this kind of an action movie. Though i find from. Imdb no this movie is technically count as an action movie. There is action in it. I had more trouble with action. Actually that was my last category. That gave me the more trouble for me. It was horror if i didn't get anthony perkins and comedy because according to our md. Be this is a crime drama.
"anthony perkins" Discussed on Reel Chronicles
"Or my blooper round pick You know what right there. Let's go sifi here. Say gorny weaver. Alien jedi guts. Ni- johnny got night at the you get for not letting me get the heath ledger. Jenny could've just let it drop to me and boom. I see how it is. I will say jennifer. There is another woman in sci-fi the you can grab with another great performance. And you technically could use a gorny. Weaver in another movie. From that just franchise. But i have a i have better. People are line for that particularly actually john. I'm gonna go next sorry. Go ahead john. Don't get me. I am going to go. I'm gonna go Anthony hopkins in the silence of the lambs under horror. That's a good one. That's a good not a horror movie. But i'll give it to you so while some way so you no. It's it's it's i am. Has it as a horror movie. Don't worry i don't think it is but imdb has it as a horror a ryan. What do you got are. I'm gonna go with my sci-fi okay. La beyond the only option. I had for think of anyone else that was as deserving and then when he said there's another female i got worried that jennings gonna take it. Carrie fisher empire strikes back. Yeah i have no idea why jenny didn't go there. That's an art. So thank you to the three of you. Because i did not think any of these two would go back to me so in horror. I am going to go by number three favorite performance of all time and i it. Yeah i thought you were going to steal it when you said anthony perkins in psycho anthony perkins in psycho is correct jennifer. That was my number two. Yeah when you said anthony off fox. She's gonna do right. Yes our and then in comedy. I am going to go with leonardo dicaprio in the wolf of wall. Street is leonardo dicaprio's best performance of his career. Not his oscar winning over i. i still don't think it's as i but i do think it. I just think there's so much there that character and out man. I fucking love that movie. That movie's age like fine. Wine to me So yeah. Leonardo dicaprio in the wolf of wall. Street is comedy. Pick jack ryan europe. Kief again one of us go..
"anthony perkins" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show
"Brilliant brilliant movie and the other movie that you should take a look at. It's pretty poison Which also stars a gay man. Anthony perkins didn't want to be gay. He went into version therapy but of course he kept going back and he also died of aids. And it's interesting that he's another guy in this movie about a fake life that he has to live and this is with anthony perkins and tuesday weld. Tuesday weld is an absolutely gorgeous actress. perkins was defined by psycho. You've probably seen psycho And that kind of typecast him so he was always playing psychopaths. Who were kind of all american boys but had this terrible You know mental illness but he was actually a fantastic actor who was limited by this so he plays a young man who is on parole from a mental institution and it becomes attracted to this absolutely all american beautiful girl. She just absolutely beautiful all american teenager and he starts to draw her into his fantasies. He's a secret agent. He's going on missions and suddenly things get out of hand and everything goes terribly wrong and the question now becomes. Whose imagination are they living in. I really recommend pretty poison. And by the way i have to mention this i. I'm i'm always reluctant to plug my own stuff. But another work that deals with identity and the american mind is my book identity man which is about a very much related to seconds and that it's about a man a thief a petty thief who gets involved in a murder escaping and he is given a chance at a second life and given the same kind of thing plastic surgery and he is set free and the guy the identity man who gives him. This new life says to him. You know you think you're going to have a new life because i've changed your face but you're not he's a foreigner the the identity man and he says. Because you're an american you are dumb you think this is a big wide country. I come to new place. No one knows me. I change. I have therapy. I read book. I take medicine of operation. I am new man. You are never knew. Man says the identity man. I am identity man. Who tells you this. You have identity like stain in flesh. It never leave you. You have history like stained in mind and the question that the book the identity man which is also highly recommend. It is one of my better books and also a book. That was kind of ignored. I've always felt it was one of my least appreciated novels But the question of the identity might men is. Is your identity a stain. How much control you have it comes up with. I think an original answer an answer to that question. I've never seen anywhere else but the answer. I want to go back to. Since i started with his fence. And i've read this passage before. And i'll go through it briefly but remember the essential seen the scene. That makes huck finn. The all american novel is the scene. Where huck realizes he's doing a terrible thing by society standards his helping the slave escape and he writes to the slave owner gyms owner and tells her that he had is going that. He's you know where the gym is going to be. So she can take him back and he has the letter and he says. I felt so good. He felt so good when he finishes writing this letter turning his friend jim in the slave and he says i felt good and all wash clean of sin for the first time i ever felt so in my life i note. I could pray now. But i didn't do it straight off. I didn't pray right away. But i lead the paper down this letter that he wrote and i sat there thinking how good it was that all this happened and how near i come to being lost going to hell by helping the slave escape and i went on thinking and i got to thinking over our trip down the river and i see jim before me all the time in the day and in the nighttime sometimes moonlight sometimes storms and we have floating along talking and singing and laughing and i couldn't seem to strike no places to harden me against him but only the other kind and he starts to think about how much he loves. Jim and how much how good. Jim has been to him. And he takes up the piece of paper and he holds it in his hand and he says i was trembling because i got to decide forever between between two things and i note it and i studied him in it sort of holding my breath and then says myself all right then i'll go to hell and tore it up and this is one of the mighty seen in american literature one of the greatest scenes in american literature. Because it's a young boy a little boy knows he's gonna go to hell for doing the wrong thing but we know that all the norms are wrong. The churches wrong. The law is wrong. The society is wrong. The traditions are wrong. The love is right and huckleberry finn is discovers in this moment that he's willing to face hell is willing to go to hell for love of his friend. And that i think is the path to our identity and that is the defining thing true. Love not just romantic love but true love is the path to identity and the path to who we are and who we are not and it's the path we have to follow. 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"anthony perkins" Discussed on Brain Burrow: Digging Deep into Psychology and Horror
"Who everyone this is mark diva lenti. And this is brian burrow. This is one of our digging deep sessions. We have a chance to talk with our guest and they have a chance to talk about their fears. Their values their motivation in the newest listener. And viewer have a chance to assess it and think. How does it apply to me. Some very pleased today to introduce my guest. Elsie holt and i want to turn it over to him by asking the big open question. Who exactly is elsie holt. i think that's a very good question. I think i am Somebody wants to create things. That are personal I'm not really interested in in doing things that other people have done in the same way. I mean the people that i always admire Our people whether they be film directors writers or actors are people that have a style. That's very specific. I mean whether you're talking about somebody stanley kubrick or or alfred hitchcock or even steven spielberg. You know if you wanna just do the director as you can watch a few frames of their movies and go. Well that's kubrick felt you know. That's a hitchcock though Anyway riders of the same way Actors people like you know. Anthony perkins for instance who admired deeply is so specific in the style of acting. That he does that you go well. Nobody else would done that. Role like anthony perkins would have Christopher walken is another one. You know all this kind of stuff. interests me..
Episode 138 The Yarn Wall - burst 15
"Knicks. Suck ass hamburg. I'm very good. No when terra's takeover to oil rigs and threatened to blow them up if their demands are not met and eccentric anti-terrorism expert volunteers his unique commando unit to stop them. The commando unit includes roger moore. Anthony perkins michael parks and james mason. Who's james mason. James mason's the guy from he was captain nemo nobody was captain. Kangaroo captain caveman. Oh it was captain nemo in got what. What is the movie. That i've know him the most i mean he was. I think i might get him in john. Houseman mixed up. Give me your best john houseman. He sounds just like james mason now. He's sounds different. I i can't do it right now. I have to have a certain level of like a throat. Bubble in the cross of iron no l. He plays striker in the salem slot. Tv movie from the seventies. how as the Yes he's like the the human face of
"anthony perkins" Discussed on KGO 810
"Haines? My name is Bruno Anthony here. One of my ideas for a perfect two fellows accident. No connection between. It'll never saw each other. Each one has somebody that he'd like to get. They swap murders crisscross. I may be old fashioned, but murder was against you Think my theory's okay, guy you like? Yes. You do not want to meet. You know Anthony on the train or anywhere else. He is the weirdest, you know, Take all of it. Hitchcock's movies and, you know, I've seen them all many times. All of you have and this is, I think the weirdest characters Robert Walker's Bruno Anthony. I mean, he's really out there. He gives Anthony Perkins right for his money begin Psycho because On strangers on the train. These this guy is just obsessed with having a tennis pro Do exactly what he wants. It's a beautiful film. I think. What if it's what it's got to do? You know, I'm saying about different directors and what they could do and we're talking about. Ah, the archery theory of a director is in charge of the entire film Eyes. The creator of the film well Strangers on the train. Hitchcock always in his movies would give the ordinary like this is just a train. It's just a child's carousel. It's just the Statue of Liberty or any number of things, you know Mount Rushmore. And he'll turn it into something that terrorizes you. He was very good at taking the ordinary. And he didn't believe in it in the guts and the blood that we see too much of today in Phyllis, he believed in the anticipation of it, and that really plays on our imagination. What what a wonderful filmmaker. Wonderful. Okay, I've got to take a break. I hate too. Because I've got the incredible a marvelous Jan wall. And I want you to let me know Jan when you direct a movie because I can't wait to see what that'll be like. Well, I've done some, but, you know, I hope we get to him. I mean, I bet people are emailing you have John know everybody has their own favor. I'm overwhelmed. Okay, let's get the messages in and then we're back with Jan wall on KGO. Balance of nature's fruits and vegetables in a capsule changing the world one life at a time. I had begun to notice after 10 days with balance of nature. I felt that are more energetic and boy meet for me. That's up because I have energy anyway, but its oldest I am. That was really something to start. Really noticing. You know, we're all responsible for choosing what our attitudes are. But I've had a better mental outlook. I mean, I always try to be positive, but there were settled things in me that I began to notice. I just felt indifference with this. Get a wide variety of.
"anthony perkins" Discussed on Reel Chronicles
"Jenny did not like the r a p man in the car at the beginning of movie. Oh, man. Oh this guy was like wow. Yeah, that's right off. I for ice briefly forgot about him. But yes for who's the actor? I remember that was a foot. So yeah, super r a p with the nun. I think that was like, oh, okay. So the beginning so the beginning of this movie I was just like it gave me such as I can I guess because of the nuns and I was like is this going really religious here? Like what are we doing? It gave me a very much an omen feel in the beginning with just like religion and I was like, what's happening here? I thought that was actually really cool shot spoiler alert for no one that seen it but whatever when the nun Falls straight down I thought that was a very hitchcockian much better than the first one like almost like what you saw like in Vertigo with The Clocktower. Yes. I thought that kind of reminded me of that also psycho was directed by Perkins. Yes, right? Okay, and then so I thought that was interesting. But yeah, this guy was super rapey did not like him and then later like he picks up this chick at a bar and then he's like well Dick he gets what he wants and basically kicks her out naked naked washing opens it up and then gives her her clothes back and then the poor girl like is all like scattered. I mean, it's her fault too because she knew he was a dick from the beginning or whatever. And so then she goes and she puts her shirt backwards and then she's just trying to put her shirt back correctly. And then Here Comes Norman or whoever is Norman and who kid sister doesn't even let her get her shirt fully back on. It's very moral. These are the ice machine. It's a moral message if don't have don't get picked up at a bar and have a walk of shame. I mean, I don't know guess it's just really like the whole Trope right and scream. Like if you have you're going to die budget-wise just movie cost 8.4 million this movie made no money fourteen million dollars. Yeah. So fun facts. He only have three Anthony Perkins originally suggest that the film be shot in black-and-white as an homage to Hitchcock. And then it was Anthony Perkins idea to use a unique scene transitions like the light under the dog. That is actually a knife and then finally the original script had Dwayne as the killer emulating Norman Bates describes. That would have been awful and finally cycle for the beginning of it is a TV movie. It was on Showtime. So it was a cable TV movie. So essentially it was just it didn't take away. It wasn't it didn't take away the the graphic Ness of it..
"anthony perkins" Discussed on Reel Chronicles
"MVP of the film. I'm going to start with Brian here because I need need I need to make sure that works every Perkins. Okay, just making sure I see who do you have here? Anthony Perkins? Yeah, of course Jennifer. I do not have Anthony Perkins. I'm just kidding. Oh, oh what a shock. She's like Janet Leigh. She's the removes reason this movie succeed off Anthony Perkins. I mean, I think I think he did so much. There's so much subtlety in the acting and being Norman. I think it's very hard. I think it would be a very hard act to follow for anyone who tries to play Norman and anything Freddy did it right? Like I think a Bates Motel is a whole other thing because it's such a good show and they did a terrific job. And I think they may need a break to to everything but I think it's such a hard thing to do and especially when you watch the terrible terrible reboot of cycle, you notice how what a difference it is and how much like Vince Vaughn just did not do it. And yeah, you know what the funny thing is, he's not the worst part of that movie. No, he's not. He's the best partner that movie actually. Yeah, but still not great. Yeah about you up. We'll get to that for me. I went Anthony Perkins I mentioned before it's my third favorite performance of all time. There's I think the work log Well, and what doesn't work for Vince Vaughn is the fact that Anthony Perkins has a sense of Innocence that you needed for that Norman Bates character to yeah, he would never do these murders as an audience. Like perfect example is you have that scene where he's cleaning up. The murder and Hitchcock manipulates his audience with Perkins performance to root for the The Good Son to clean up after a murder. Like we don't want his mother to get away with it. And that's a lot to do with Hitchcock and a lot to do with Anthony Perkins performance. It's any any we're about to move on to cycle to I think he's great in all of them..
"anthony perkins" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Berry Berenson was an actress the model. talk refer. she was the widow of the late actor Anthony Perkins she died on American Airlines flight eleven. the Los victim we will remember today as we open the show. his told the bema. Todd Beamer was thirty two years old. he works for oracle and he was a field marketing representative he sold systems applications and database software oracle. his wife was expecting a fifth child who was to be born in January. his last words. the now iconic. the historic let's roll as he led the passengers of flight ninety three as they storm the cockpit. sees back control of that plane. from the Islamist terrorists. slim JI hobbies and if they couldn't sees back control they would make sure of one thing. they're playing it would not be use to kill more innocent America. every hour we will remember the victims of September the eleventh. next it will be the emergency workers and then in the final hour the brave men and women who wearing the cloth over the Republic launch themselves into battle in Central Asia.
"anthony perkins" Discussed on 1170 The Answer
"Old berry Berenson was an actress the model. talk refer. she was the widow of the late actor Anthony Perkins she died on American Airlines flight eleven. the last victim we will remember today as we open the show. is told to beam up. Todd Beamer was thirty two years old. he works for oracle and he was a field marketing representative he sold systems applications and database software oracle. his wife was expecting a fifth the child who was to be born in January. his last words. the now iconic. the historic let's roll as he led the passengers of flight ninety three as they storm the cockpit. sees back control of that plane. from the Islamist terrorists the Muslim jihadis and if they couldn't sees back control they would make sure of one thing. they're playing it would not be use to kill more innocent Americans. every hour we'll remember victims of September the eleventh. X. that will be the emergency workers and then in the final hour the brave men and women who wearing the cloth over the Republic launched themselves into battle in Central Asia.
"anthony perkins" Discussed on The Really Awful Movies Podcast
"You know, vehicle to run things around. So here you really didn't you had sort of a disconnect between Norman and the people in the radio show. And then that happening. Well, flashbacks are happening. So there's no real narrative throws aired of thrust because his relationship with Connie is not really much of a factor until the very end where there's some. Stents big cathartic twist that's supposed to happen and Norman invites her to his to dinner party, as, as Fred mom's house. And you think okay, where's this going to go? Well, actually, I thought those that the last few minutes were really cool to be awesome. I can't say much more of it because I don't wanna spoil anything, but I thought. I thought it was cathartic, and I thought it was actually quite quite an interesting, little, storytelling device. In terms of visualizing, poor Norman's. Have you come ons and everything? So, yeah, I like is this the point of the show, where we go to what we've learned sure, 'cause I learned that there's a certain multi Silla syllable word that Norman is known for that. He uses, I know his vocabulary size of his candling, or didn't Lear in order to Dr Richmond this, this subject matter expert on this mattress side. Drive time radio show. He's the author of, and this is hilarious. The mother killers which is title mattress. I was when you cut off the tag off your match. My god. I know so bad right now. Chris, like give me room Sean Shangqiu. What's your sleep number? Jeff. Yeah. Pound or hardly newer. Yeah. It's like what did you learn? But okay. Question. Many Bates to be as such many consider him, not the fit into the criteria nor mates slasher. You're nate. Would you say he's a slasher? Well, how does one define you know, he can't answer a question with a question rhetorically knowing, screw Socrates? Okay. I'll say in part two and three does a massive body count. Exactly. Oh, and there is a callback in this movie to the sinking of the car in the swamp. And I guess Norman it's been a while. Does he cut himself shaving and bleed into the sink with a little bit of blood says a little bit of a color back? I forget, if it was that it was something, there's something in a sink. So it was very rare. But I don't know. Yeah, guess it is somewhat of a slush. I mean, you know, there's, there's many, you know, if you're gonna know go down, the DSM, make someone the slasher so to speak great. I mean he takes number of the boxes doesn't take a lot of the other boxes. But if he were to grant the fact that he is slash the sequel did make him one. He has to be. The most sympathetic slasher in cinema history. I mean I don't think it's ever a time in any psycho property, especially when you've got Anthony Perkins playing him where I don't feel the utmost. Sympathy for for Norman Bates, and it's number of number factors. It's his it's a sad back story. It's that inherent of loneliness, about him that Herron awkwardness city has, you know, sort of, like awkwardness around women. Yeah. He Bro. was channeling throwing. There. But no most of his gusts the performance of Tony Perkins. I mean, he, he habits character like no other. So people say that, you know, the most delicate slosh actor might be rubber England in the sense. Nobody else could play Freddie. Krueger as was evidenced by that got off remain because you've had many, many, many different stuff in playing, Freddie many case in because Norman Bates is unmasked. You can't just put some stunt man underneath a mask and say this, you know, it doesn't matter if he's grown. He's gay one hundred pounds in Las film, like McCain, auditing, over, but no, I think Perkins. I mean, the guy habits character he owns his character characters his, and he is, you know, stutter it's a little twit. He does everything. And you just from the moment, you seem in psycho, nineteen sixty up until this last turn in the role you never never fee. Feel like this man deserves come up and see feel bad for him. You wanna take him in your arms and. Yeah. And his relationship with his mother is so impactful, because it's just so personal. Like, I feel the same way as I do about the Texas chainsaw massacre family, there's something so they do horror really well in a familial setting. There's no one else that can beat that. So for all the litany of movies that draw mommy issues or daddy issues family issues. These are the two movies that really exploit it to the greatest end. There's no real conflict in the family. They're all no. But that's what makes it almost worse. When they especially the scene with the hammer with grandpa, and they had this taken average ordinary setting have dinner table, and they turn it into something. So horrific of they turn it on its head, typical, what is supposed to be of the family get together. They do three above or whatever, whatever name, they gave him a whatever sequel other face as a bit of an outline or the family is he's the black sheep of sympathetic. Static leather faces sympathetic both influenced by Ed gains the common thread. But, I mean there you can't I mean beat those in terms of familial, if you wanna call it that horror, but I like spider baby is, as a good example, familial for horror. Yeah. In the broadest sense, fam-, interpersonal, family dynamics is, is such a shrine true, storytelling device in horror, but in. Drama. You know what I mean is like your love? It's what do you. The for. Yes. Yeah. Off to Roma. Norman base is the most sympathetic slaughter ever. You know this one being the maternal guilt was taken to the most logical extreme, you know, should have killed you, you almost killed me. That's sort of. Yeah. You know, you see that up to game of thrones with Tyrian Lancaster hates him because he almost killed his mother and he's an ambulance got away with your own family south, and let's move on. We won't talk much more about it and the story. What else what else old? Well, they took a little. Victorian, kind of route Agatha Christie with this poisoning. Some subplot to his quite hilarious, and it's par for the course here with jealousy and eatable complex. All that kind of thing, the mothers, new lover who supplants young Norman, and he decides to off the two of them. I guess he's just become just sick of this sexual, and otherwise abuse at the hands of Norma that he. Fashions this concoction think it strychnine but it can't be too sure, pours it into these Goblets, and then that factors into the, the finale, although not to the, the Uber meta finale that you were talking about before. But I thought that was pretty weird and also didn't really add much could have been better explored had he done that with the his defacto stepfather, maybe earlier in the film, it was kind of throwaway almost like a we need to have something more violent and impactful to to the end, and it was just this seemingly out of nowhere. But kind of funny as well sort of misplaced gonna horror hammer, horror kind of element that didn't really sit right? But I don't know it's set right enough. Like I feel like I'm mentioning too many debits for as much as I kind of like this one. So I hope the balance hasn't tilted to too much toward, that's because I hope to remedy that with my star rating, which is a solid through. We said this. To who said this about three which we haven't podcast, it at least in our think we wrote up reviews on the site, it's been a while. But this has no business being as watchable as it is. There's no wig Garissa, obviously has a love for the source. Material Bernard Hermann score features, prominently here, of course, and I was used for when the sequels to, and it goes to show. How impactful that is to ratchet up scares. I mean that you can't you can't beat that. Well, I'm not quite at this 'cause you I'm gonna give this one two and a half stars. And the majority of that is for the final third, which I thought was crackerjack. I just felt that there was too much unnecessary. Patty showing us things that really didn't need to see because we knew already, it wasn't like it was his whole great mystery back story. Like, how does he become the way he did? Well, yeah. Guess not where else could they have gone? Is there anything other than like house father passed on? I don't think I've anything. And frankly. I like psycho two and three just fine that I really didn't think he'd to skew, the whole, you know, the those two films came prior to this in order to make the squad. I think is just as well. Have been. Good him. Sequel, psycho three. And you can also place. It's almost like sports where you have an asteroid for the whatever the NBA team that won when Jordan retired. And then he said, oh, that doesn't really countenance. He could say, maybe this one doesn't count per se, because it's made for TV. But if you were rated as a made for TV movie, you'd probably bounce it up to three who knows. I it's like it's lows this series that lows are not that low is aren't that high either. But I mean we used to remember when I when being really underwhelming. For some I saw this, and it could be that I was this gorge myself on anything and everything, including all the Italian stuff, and all the, the more Lert stuff. And so this one just kind of. Okay. Enjoy a bit more on this viewing probably. But not to the point them in it. You know, I might have given it to stars prior nam going opposite to and a half stars. But as far as concerned Tony Perkins always forced are actress. 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"anthony perkins" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Do you know who that is? Yeah. That was viscous tans Lamont. And no, okay. Miss Costanza on Seinfeld. Seinfeld. Are you serious? I think it's Steve Costanzo would be eighty she's eighty I don't know if we can continue. Bucket fail fat. But the compound gather wrote that's from Louisville. No way. Yes. That's don't. But the show is all right. But still Harris, we'll get back to your eighty problem with the Latin with the hair, the mom. She was also MRs potato head until story. Eighty four eighty ninety one. Oh, Lord nine hundred people that have passed that have birthday today. Maya Angelou her poetry will live forever, author and author in Oprah's mentor, heath ledger, remember heath ledger. Remember heath ledger like this was seventy years ago. When he does I would say heath ledger would be forty three forty. I don't know the age it didn't give. Born in seventy nine so he's forty I won't you would've been forty. I won't tell you. He walking Phoenix demo saying that right? Yes. Okay. He's going to be the new joker. They've released. Did you see the trailer? Yes. It looks really good Nicholson looked at heath ledger and said he careful baby playing the joker gets in your head. He told him that. That's how creepy is that that also Anthony Perkins which played psycho and original psycho, black and white. He's passed weights his birthday today. It's national burrito. Yes, I celebrated it saw Serena's. Wonderful. It's also April fourth means, it is eleven days till your taxes or do and it's seventeen days until Easter. And it's also hug a news person day, are you serious? That's now, I didn't know. Inappropriate baby..
"anthony perkins" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"New York with Dennis Miller about a week ago. A couple of weeks ago. And so some promotion on rush affiliates out in that neck of the woods. And one of the guys we talked to at I wouldn't I wouldn't say which they said it was he said he he he was very anxious today what he could do to get to guest host for rush. Should he said he'd been down? Whatever kens part of the world, and in Pennsylvania is that he wanted into the station. He'd been there. Well, Ken was doing during the show, and he was just sort of hanging around. He put it to me. It reminded me of once when I was a guest hosting for rush for a station in southern New Hampshire. Russia. Philly the morning, then there, and again, I'm to mention any names, he hung around for the whole show actually in the room missile standing behind me lurking hovering over for the whole three hours. Just in case, I had a massive heart attack, and he could get his big break and take over from the deceased guest host lying on the floor. And always founded kens heads been guest hosting the less time that I have. So I'm impressed that he's already a quiet. They guys who hang around waiting to from the massive heart attack. So they could do the guest hosting said it's bad enough. You know, it's not the Sunday. So the greatest thing in the world to be a guest host. But to be the guy who's waiting for the guest host to drop dead. So you could guest host for the guest host. That is that is a different. The. Yeah. No, that's where you. This guy bike. We've is actually the the the, I guess guess this particular say should doubt in southern New Hampshire for rush. They didn't have a fax machine. At that time. We used to get the snack of stuff delivered by fax. They didn't have a fax machine. So be very kindly bought the rush affiliate a fax machine of this guy who's waiting for me to drop dead of a heart attack. So he can take over at hosts the I turned round he stabbed the Overby with fax machine that adjusted arrived, and I thought, oh, it's like one of those psycho Bogaerts, I'd rather be. I'd rather be stabbed by Anthony Perkins in the shower, then bludgeoned to death with a fax machine that in fact, he was oh this just came for you as he's holding the fax machine over by head. Anyway, there's a it's a dangerous life bigger guest host. I mentioned I was in Pennsylvania with Dennis Miller. Daddy, says kindly agreed to join me on the upcoming Mark Stein. Cruise along with Michelle Backman, a my favorite former presidential candidate. Michele Bachmann knows all the saving walk songs before she became a presidential candidate. And a congresswoman she was. In fact, in Backman, Turner, overdrive has the name, and so she's great company on a cruise ship because she's leading all the sing alongs in the bar late at night if you'd like to join us, you can go to Mark Stein. Cruise dot com. S T E Y N, Mark Stein. S T E Y N cruise dot com. And we look forward to your company. But if you are if you're if you're one of these guy. We're gonna keep an eye on booking. So if we get any guys who look like they wanna guest host for the guest host. We're not gonna have that. Meanwhile, it is the end of the week. And you know of that me..
"anthony perkins" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Who actually put together some mittens made some mittens very fancy sent them. I really appreciate that. Thank you very much. Mittens? They kind of made out of what's that? It's not wool. I can't really describe what they're made out of. But they're not itchy. I love him. Thank you very much. The house was launching an investigation into abroad investigation looking into Russian interference. And more importantly, I think president Donald Trump's foreign financial interests. Why wouldn't he turn over his tax return? If you've got nothing to hide why would that be Republicans conservatives can you help me with this? If president of why didn't President Obama just turn over his birth certificate? I mean, we we heard that a lot. Why doesn't he? Let us see his tax returns. It's gotta be. Got to be some in there. That's bad. We have the first term more than half over. I'd like to see them. I'd like to know if there's a conflict of interest. I'd like to know if it's a financial dealings with a potential enemy that might affect decisions made by the president wouldn't you like to see that? Trump fans, wouldn't you like to see that to shut everybody up? Or not. You know, I I sort of realized just the other day why how people can continue to support Trump. Because they see it as Trump versus the liberals. But I don't see it that way. I see it as Trump versus more reasonable conservatives. A lot of folks think when I. Say I mentioned point out. Things aren't great about the president. They think I'm being pro Hillary or something I'm not I'm being like pro John casick when I'm doing a lot of the stuff, I'm fine with as you know. I don't care about the wall either way, it's only partial solution. And that's. A concrete wall has medieval and unnecessarily expensive. That better ways to do it. You gotta take away the motives to come here. You got a pain lies employers that provide a motive to come over? You gotta be interdicting the drugs at legal points of entry where the drugs actually, come in. It's all good. I don't care. But it's the way he goes about it. I guess. Bottom line. I try to I try to understand why why he bothers me. It's not the policies. It's that I'm kind of. Fair and square guy. I'm Laura biting type of guy and. When I see a guy like him. Get ahead. Bums me out. You know, I like to think that nice guys can finish first. When I see that. I think there's no hope for the nice guys. So I really like to see the tax returns. To me, refusing to show the tax returns is an admission of some sort of knowledge of. Ill behavior. Let's go to David Canadia here. Canadian right. You must be from Canadia. Hello, kenny. Yes. I am. What's up? Good to hear you again. And you asked me to give you a call back couple of weeks ago. I'm wondering if I could just share with you a couple experiences. I've had meeting two big name Hollywood. Actresses course. I'll keep both interro different times back in nineteen eighty in July Shelley winters with the Simpsons store, and there wasn't much of a lineup actually. And she was wearing a move dress. You know, she'd gotten quite heavy and guy in front of me asked if she could kiss him, and she said sure, and when I was in front of her which was about maybe two feet away. I froze almost froze anyway, and I had a lobby card. I collect moving Curiel. And it was from whatever movies I asked if she would try sign it. Sure. And she was saying, I don't know where my fans get this stuff. I remember commenting. And at the end of the interview they brought out a big dish of ice cream for does that put us. Smile on her face. And there was a push on for her book called Shelly. In. Let's see early nineties Janet Lee without a book signing and was again pushing book for and its particular book the making of cycle, and this may be of interest on when I got to speak with her again, very close to her. And her bodyguard was on course on the wind side, a big guy, and she was wearing a tailored suit. And man, she must've been I see around seventy and she looked absolutely fantastic. So she signed the book part of the deal. Was you buy the book you got to see a copy of cycle at the library. And when an called PD coffee was crop. He this was a big tear jerky and might be she came on to interview the movie, and she did look a little bit people. Who cares and she was talking about Hitchcock and Anthony Perkins. And anti Anthony Perkins. She and Anthony had befriended one another and he had passed away not too long before. So all the memories came flooding in and the interesting part, she mentioned when you see people up on the screen think of them as real people in other words, Hitchcock, Anthony Perkins, and they are real people. And with that said, she started crying and walked off the stage. So you know that that was good memories of the head. Time you hear an autograph that I acquired hold on. Let me check your. Yup. I do have the time. Okay. I'll make a brief. Okay. I'm big on autograph collecting Saudi case of not detect the guy into the head. God's. I always say it's at home Ritz framed on the wall, or whatever. Okay. I guy had a copy of Marilyn Monroe's or something Marilyn Monroe actually signed. And when she signed these two items during the filming of Niagara, and one was an ad from a magazine, I think it was a life magazine and then pencil Maryland. The thing a scarf in magic marker her name. So I bought the on the paper with her signature in pencil and paid the guy. And I I don't know this guy was an authenticated online on took it to Toronto lasted with the people actually place called startles. And what the next day the woman put me on hold and then take call. My God didn't Maryland. And actually touch this or not sure enough woman came back to the phone. And she said, yeah, it's the real deal. So I got a certificate of authenticity. And so called worse at Detroit. Wow. Who would you like to meet? Oh, boy, pastor president L, let's do past. I I mean, you got to be alive you to meet them. He's gonna say who would you like to me if it was in the past on Joan Crawford. Okay. In the president excuse me on. Oh, boy that might be a tough year. Or is it a toughie? Morgan freeman. Like his acting not big on a lot of the women actresses. I think Hollywood it's early gone down the drain excuse me as far as as far as their package nowadays. So it wouldn't be a seen. It will be one of the guys not the guy's throat lake more Morgan Freeman acting. How about you? Well. Maybe. Well, you mean to meet say Hello to or have dinner. Sure. Get an autograph or entry met a lot of people in your life. That's for sure I know that I haven't given any thought I'm going to have to think about it during the break. Okay. You you caught me off guard there too. So I have a great great trip and a safe one Bradley, and I'll look forward to hearing you from me when you come back, and I'm trying to be a regular. Okay. Do you do podcasts? On. I probably could Jay talking podcast. I I would hope you would check it out. Maybe it'd be your first one. Okay..
"anthony perkins" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"And that's another funny thing that was had period of time of Troy and tab and rock yet. Where was these names that no Uman big bad? Yes. Who what's the answer James Dean and Natalie wood, very good tab hunter over the last three very contract actors at one point you're having an affair with James Dean. Oh, it well with Anthony Perkins. Yeah. Any perkins. Yes. Anthony Perkins was was a lover he was living a secret life. I mean, it's all in the documentary and the book, and he was also musician and SE wasn't music. And Jack Warner started one of brothers records because of tab hunter. I didn't know how tab hunter recorded a song for dot records. Young love. Yes. And and Jack Warner was furious. That's right. And and taps it. You don't even have a record division music division. It's correct. So they started one of other records for tab hunter, wink, Martindale also recorded on dot records. So. He kind of faded away, and then John waters sort of brought him back in and polyester the most amount of money. John waters paid an actor to be a movie is to have hunted love that he would have been so perfect for us Gilbert, oh, that's one of those. That's a kick. Major major kick yourself about John Gavin who was sort of a leading man in the rock Hudson mice. Yeah. But also in Spartacus John Gavin. I mean, the two actors who look like twins were. Gig young and Richard lawn. John Gavin definitely fits in. He could it could have been triplet. Yes. He was he was a little bit of a rock Hudson. Type. A did you find this Mike in your notes that he was signed to play JAMES BOND twice? But Connery came back to do. Right. You only live twice why have this right? Or is it time is there forever and diamonds are Sean Connery. Just hated Chanda. And then before Roger Moore was brought on the producers look to him again. But then insisted on an English actor, well, you know in a little bit. We're going to get to an actor who passed away last year turned down the role of JAMES BOND. Interesting. Yeah. Well, I'll wait, wait. I wonder if I have that on my God someone who passed away last year two thousand eighteen. Yeah. Not that long ago. Was it? Okay. We'll see we can get to it. But I think I know. Can I say it? Sure was that Adam west doesn't twenty seven twenty twenty. Okay. Okay. Shit marty. Allan. Joke with a head. Here's to other names to other sort of square jawed kind of actors Clint Walker. Walker? Yes. From the TV series Cheyenne. And also, the the dirty dozen and kill dozer, which is come up on this show about till desert. I feel like I've heard you guys talking about a bulldozer that's possessed by demon that comes to life and kills people. ABC movie of the week. Can't believe I missed one of my favorites. He's also in this classically bad all-star cast movie called the Finks P H Y an x one as scary. You'll have to look up. Okay. If you take nothing else away from this Leo Ving or season everybody, Johnny Weissmuller. Everybody's whole look like they died Tendler movie was made. I wouldn't you know, if you said you Doug, each one of them up and minute chair..
"anthony perkins" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"Great is Michael Bloomberg actually knows a little bit about government and knows a little bit about money said this will bankrupt the entire country this stupid idea will bankrupt the entire country. So I'm now for bloomer. I thought I would say that I have some sports I can talk about. All right. Just a little bit de look. The LeBron stories are very interesting. Lebron James is the most important athlete in the world right now and has been for quite some time. On the list of people who created social and economic change where athletes Jackie Robinson, curt flood are at the top of everybody's list. Lebron James should be the next person out there because the Brian James who has the Commissioner Adam silver in his pocket like corgi? Lebron James has kill everybody could move if they wanted to move but LeBron James introduced the notion of freedom to build a super team. He's done this number of now. Everybody wants to do this this whole Anthony Davis thing. Anthony Davis wants to get out of New Orleans, which is his right? The Bronx trying to recruit him. He's trying now to recruit Kyrie Irving as well. He is he is doing an Instagram this pointed out to me, I'm not as big on Feddie wops Hoover as some people are but Feddie walked as apparently done a song sort of a song called rewind and the entire premise of the song is, you know, wanted to get back with me. Why don't we do a rewind? Lebron is singing that song and it says in type two kyri Irving to kyri Irving. He's the collusion level the tampering level is a stunning LeBron's going to find him. Ten thousand dollars. Don't don't they have to after the way they popped Anthony Perkins. Just earlier this week. Yeah. We kind of crickets who's Anthony Perkins played the guy. He didn't play. The didn't psycho. What happened to him? Well on the news to you. I'm getting crickets, so so yesterday's description of of this very podcast mentioned the fine. Anthony Perkins was facing or the talk of the Perkins. Led the open you dismissed Gary Anthony Perkins the late actor, what are you talking about? Anthony daizo. I understand that. Okay. I'm sorry. I got up early to start my drinking the law. He written description of this podcast that accompanies it to people who subscribe. So when people subscribe this podcast, they get a little notification. Ada shows up Tony talks about X Y David you talked about Anthony Perkins straight request anyway. So my that's even worse joke than usual. My point was given the treatment that Anthony Davis just got don't they have. I mean, I realize LeBron doesn't feel it. But don't they have to say look. Yeah. There's no. But the damage done, right. Lebron James is out there doing what LeBron James does which is a symbol a team around him that he wants fire the coach that he has hire a coach that he wants and get to the finals. I don't know that will happen this year. Because if I'm the warlords of why am I trading him to Los? And you gotta give me something. I really. Lebron also wants to get rid of Lonzo ball wants him out of there and easy to trade. Joe? And is that this is like if you want if you're if some people are screaming, the Muller investigation is not gonna show collusion. They will on this one this one. So funny went abroad is colluding with everybody lebrons agent is Anthony Davis and the bribing LeBron's owns the company. Of course, he does. So of course, he does. So when he went to Miami on Yeltsin me says, how can you say this? How can I say this? It's a B C the dots are easily Canales. No collusion. Well, our players subject to the same rules as. No. But but there are there's a clause about extrordinary circumstances..
When artificial intelligence goes bad: Reddit made 'Norman' a psychopathic AI
"Right so would demand for higher wages this mismatch however average hourly earnings rose just two point seven percent that's the part that needs that's the part we got problem with this is a story that our producer louis sentas psychotic robots we have enough psychotic humans but now mit has trained in artificial intelligence algorithm dubbed norman to become a psychopath by only exposing it to macabre read it images of gruesome deaths and violence why are we spending money on a set psychopath nickname norman after anthony perkins character and alfred hitchcock's nineteen sixty film psycho this artificial intelligence was fed only a continuous stream of violent images from various pernicious sub read it before being tested with of worship impact test i see so hold on a second so they took an computer they fed a bunch of horrible things right and then they gave it or inc block test they keep feeding it stuff until the implied came out to look like yeah that's like psychotic is not psychopathic is it was it just psychotic psychopathic it says the imagery detected by norman produce spooky interpretations of electro kitchens and speeding car desks standard i would only see umbrellas and wedding cakes her interpretation of the psychotic if i don't know how machine could be psychotic but it could be psychopathic meaning it has no appreciation of harming people not know care for harmon just it's just hard people at random for its own benefit but again i the whole thing seems a little weird to me but i do like idea that it's interpreting ink blots as though it were a psychopath yeah why why do this though.