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"blair bercy" Discussed on She Kills

She Kills

16:24 min | 1 year ago

"blair bercy" Discussed on She Kills

"Welcome. I'm Adrienne Barbosa star of the fog, Creepshow swamp thing, the convent just a name of you. And this is she kills a shudder original cod cast where we sit down and discuss all of the things we love about the John ra- that has given women some of the most iconic roles in film, history. I've had a fair amount of experience with psychics and the spirit world, a psychic told me I'd be dating Burt Reynolds two weeks before we met and fell briefly in love. And by grandmother was psychic she read Turkish coffee grounds and she knew things before they happen. And I'm sure she was responsible for me. Getting my first job on Broadway. Even though it was after she passed from caretakers to demented, babysitters, too protective mothers to the vessels, for evil a woman's work is never done, common themes of guilt, and sorrow or. Processed onscreen through the trope of female ghosts, but never with males spirits. We called up my friend d Wallace star of cujo the Frighteners and the howling and you don't know this, but I do a couple of roles that she took right out from under me to speak with us about her work within the afterlife. How there are no such things as evil spirits, and her current career in healing. She talked to us from her home, in California, amidst the backdrop of a very real horror, the Wolsey fire, which had just started at the time of this recording we paired her up with horror fan host and show runner of this very podcast, Blair Bercy. My name is d Wallis. I'm an actress I'm an author. I'm a healer. I'm speaker. I'm a great mom. And I'm Blair Bercy. I'm a host, and I am a producer of this very podcast. Most people vividly. Member watching their first horror film, probably through covered is my first horror film was Halloween. I'd never seen anything before that not even psycho. And I saw Halloween on the night that John carpenter, the director and I announced our engagement when it was over my two friends turned to each other and said, we can't let her marry him clearly Halloween made an impact on them. But we were curious to know which horror film, made the biggest impact on Blair and d for me, the horror film that had the most impact and also about vengeful spirits would be Namur on elm street, specifically dream warriors, because it, it showed me that horror films can be funny and edgy and FREDDY Krueger probably, I think, has had the most impact on my love of horse simply because there's no escaping him. He is the big bad that you cannot run from because everybody needs sleep. So Fred, he's gonna get you regardless of where you are. My first memory of horror film was not when I particularly enjoyed I was I was very squeamish little girl, and we were not allowed. I was not allowed to watch anything scary. So, of course, my older brother, had to babysit me one night. And he put on the bride of Frankenstein and. I got to sleep with my brother for two months because he led me. I was certain there were monsters in my big walking closet from the minute, we moved into the house. No wonder, you know, all those fears transfer really well into my acting into horror films. The horror film. I think that effect has always affected me the most won't there's to the exorcist and film called don't look now with Julie Christie and Donald Sutherland and. You know. I think it's the, the psychological part of not having control that fears me the most, and I'm watching right now, the hunting and pill house because Henry Thomas who who played Elliot in is in it and. It's freaky -cially a nerve ING watching watching this the series because it, it combines that psychological weakness fear uncertainty with true horror, which takes time to create relationships. You know, I think we're. We just got into slasher films and slasher films. Do not represent true horror films. And. So it's interesting that, that I do all that on the side as well as a lot of run of the mill films have three family films coming out this next year also, but it's always interesting to me that I do the horror films on the horror side. And then I also help he he'll people or teach people to heal themselves from the fears of themselves and of their lives. So it's a interesting dichotomy in a way, but also just kind of the flip side of the same coin. You know, I'm living in Los Angeles right now, right after the shooting, which was less than two miles from my house, in cal- in well outside of Calabasas. That's a much bigger horror film than what I would have to sit in the theater, and help myself get past so d-. I find it so interesting that you've had this huge career from heartfelt films like ET to heartfelt films that are freaking terrifying like cujo, and now with your career, and healing and kind of getting people to bridge loss, and the afterlife is there anything that is too scared of watches there, a film that is just off limits to scare you won't do it. The only movie that, that I've done. That's really, really hard for me to watch, and I don't revisit very often is the hills have eyes. Yeah. First of all, it has a dog I love dogs. And of course, cujo is all about a dog. But could you have to be my favorite film that I've done, but the hills have is, is just crosses that really. Gruesome line for me. I mean, I think it's wonderfully done in who knew all those years ago when we were just going. I. That it would still be cult film that people were asking pictures for, you know, crazy this business, but yeah, I would I would have to say it would be that one of my own film. I ask that for that exact reason because I had a friend, I was telling him that I was doing the show, and we both had the same experience whereas much as we love horror that one is too hard. I wouldn't even watch like any, the remakes, or anything about it. Because after seeing the original it, it that was the worst thing that, yeah, it's I, I don't think I've ever been camping in an RV. I just there's a list of things that I will not do because of that movie, of course, for those of you that are reading frightened from the hills have eyes, just picture, all of the cast staying in one motorhome and the bathroom breaking. So, that'll give you a little inside. Into our own personal. Hell went through shooting that. Yeah. That does make it less scary. I will say that's a little. It makes it adds a little humor to that. So we're talking about the haunting of hill house earlier. You mentioned that I finished it was wonderful and that series. Particularly is just full of vengeful angry female feminine energy, and spirits that are here to kind of dismantle and haunt because of what they have been through. So I'm curious to see your take on vengeful female spirits, and kind of that anger bring being brought into the afterlife. You see this is where the two sides of d come together because I know from my hailing work that I mean I talked to people on the other side guys. So I know that there are no spirits, out to get anybody there. They're evil doesn't work that way, evil comes from. Being limited in a body and the fears that you create from your own perceptions, and focus energies, just energy and energy may absolutely try and reach you to communicate with you. I mean, I talked to Christopher my late husband quite a bit. Not like we're talking, but he reaches me through music and signs in the house that I know correspond with him. But I know in my heart that there are not energies out there to freak you out or to harm you in any way. And that extends into the alien world also. Okay. So then the Mike follow up question with that because I feel like the representation film is I can think of ghost maybe for a soothing spirit. That kind of makes you feel gives you a little closure, but also that, you know, the person is there with you. Why is it then that I guess with horror we stick to this? You know, the ghost is the boogeyman all the time. Why is that such an easy? I guess, kind of Goto why I think ghost being a boogie man is an easy Goto. Because that's the way it's always been way. It's always been, that's way. It's all the Disney films, right? The heavens horsemen you know their bad guys. That's win. An again, anything that is out of our control is a boogeyman. And so what better boogie men to, to try and go out and fighting conquer than those that we can't see that we have no control over that we can't reason with right? And so whatever we plug into within ourselves just grows and grows and grows and. Manifest more fear. We lose more control. So we direct a lot of these fearful things because we're in fear to begin with, and we believe in them, and it makes good movies. And most of these movies, by the way are done by guys. Yeah. Yeah. That is exactly right. And that brings me to a good point that the, the fear that the I think this big bad or the big scary thing that, that seems to be the trend now is the vengeful kind of female ghost the woman that had her kids wrongfully taken away from her or killed or was blamed for something that she didn't do or was told that she was crazy and, or a witch, and that's been the big bad. It seems slightly empowering to see kind of these big scary female characters. But at the same time, why is it always the representations? Always of somebody that had to this horrible trauma, you know, because I think guys that the principle that love conquers all eludes most men. You know they're taught to go to war. They're taught to fight for their woman. Pull out their gun. You know it's. It's very connected to their Dicks. Really feel like for these movies to work, there has to be authenticity to the fear. There has to be something real. There has to be some real nece to at all similar to everyone has brought up throughout the show. Shelley von the shining for many reasons her fear is palpable in believable in real. So my question to you is, as an actress, where do you pull from her? How do you kind of craft that authenticity to something that could seem on paper, kind of flimsier not believable, my purposes, an accurate is to always make the character finnick? I won't do it. I won't do a character if she's not if they don't allow me to do her that way. And yeah, I've fought a lot. I said, yeah, I know you, you need more nude people in the handling, but I'm not doing it. And, and I know the foreign investors want a bunch of women hanging over the banisters with bare breasts. But I haven't in my contract that no additional nudity would be added. And that's why and. You know, also I have to say, like when I looked at cujo I didn't look at cujo as a horror film, ever. I looked at cujo, and especially my part as. As the protrayal of mother, who would do anything to save. Her kid anything, and I can tell you, I did it before. I was a mother. And now that I am a mother, I would not play one moment of that differently. I would do anything to save my kid anything and I, I think most mothers identify with, that there was a part in ET where sorry in cujo where, you know, Danny's screaming. I want my daddy daddy, and I grabbed him and I see. All right. Don't get your father. Right. And Dan Blad our incredible producer came to me. And he said, d we saw the dailies, and I want you to look at this scene, because we're afraid. That people won't like you if we include this scene. And I went in and watched it and looked at him. And I said, Dan, if you take this scene out, you're crazy. There's not a parent in the world. Who hasn't been at that brink of? I'm going to slap the shit out of you because I can't help you. That. Yeah, that's absolutely true that my mom, once again, my mom doesn't do horror has seen cujo. And I think it resonated with her just as a mother of somebody, you know, adopted, a daughter and really wanted a child at that movie is about the, the will, and the persistence, and what things that you can do, when you know that this is life or death..

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"blair bercy" Discussed on Night Call

Night Call

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"blair bercy" Discussed on Night Call

"Like, you could stay at a hotel. But right, I'm one who's having trouble getting access to a doctor for a blood test. You have. All of a sudden like that's that's a high priority. Yeah. That's a much more. Like, you must get this. I mean, no sign out of like test is probably different view 'cause you have kids. But like I feel like I'm still not at the age. It were like medical stuff is on my mind on like a month to month basis in like the idea of like getting diagnostics, run and stuff like aside. Like how to corner there's a reason, but it's not necessarily cutting a corner. I mean for like, okay, if it in words, then I think we'd feel differently about it. I mean thing like the whole thing is just daily losing around it. If this was a woman who really knew what she was doing and Edison worked and the the blood sampling worked than we this would be a completely different story. Like, even if it did disrupt the existing diagnostic industry, it would be a conversation. Not unlike these other industries that have been disrupted and ibn there'd be plenty of casualties within that. But I think it would be a different discussion than this where it's just like this is about a cult of personality that made us believe in something. I think it's also a core bad idea. That's what I'm saying. I think I would not give my blood to a private company selling me this because it should be publicly invested. We shouldn't have to go to fucking tech startups to get I agree, but healthcare, I should have. We should invest into quake all growing Hollick this year. She's going to be very interesting. I think. And also probably ruined San Francisco once and for. But again, I feel like there could be a pushback when people are like, no, we don't want this. We want infrastructure that means we don't need the blood machines. No, I totally agree. But I also think that see the crazy investments that people in Silicon Valley get for their terrible ideas. You like what if we invested this money into medical infrastructure? I agree. I think what my point was is that people were very eager to invest in this because the idea of making certain medical diagnostics available to people who can't afford them who put it off and end up dying or whatever it was exciting. Even though it was just raw ridge. Yes. I don't know. I think I don't think Henry Kissinger was like like can't wait to help anyone. He does like that's his thing. He'll just wanted to make money. They thought it was a way to make money by exploiting people who can't afford health care into having to like get the blood pill that some of the scientists who got on board early enough. Lobotomies trainer. Scientists wanted. They make great, right? But they also knew it wasn't going to work. I mean, there was probably a tie like before there were blood pressure machines in Walgreens like and you had to go to a doctor to do that. Now, we think of that as much a much more casual thing to get done. Like, we it's not a big deal that you have to make a doctor's appointment to go. Get your blood pressure taken like you can do that at Walgreens or whatever. Twelve twelve fifteen. She kills is a shutter original podcast by in about women in horror hosted by Adrian Barbault from the fog in Creepshow. Guests include beloved stars like Barbara Crampton. Jennifer Tilly and d Wallis John innovators like Anna biller, Alex SO, and pollyanna McIntosh and writers critics and horror experts like Blair Bercy, gray, Drake, and Danish Wirtz. She kills explores the beginning of horror where women were killed fodder to the standalone modern women of horror who broke the mold featuring the dynamic actresses from those films. We're going from babe in the woods to bats with a shotgun. And everything in between with the unique and richly interesting conversations that only women in horror who love horror and who examined horror can provide. She kills debut on March. First all ten episodes will be available on shudder March first episode one will come out on apple Spotify and everywhere else you catch your podcast on March. First with episodes being released twice weekly on Mondays.

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"blair bercy" Discussed on She Kills

She Kills

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"blair bercy" Discussed on She Kills

"Do you. A witch would grow survivalist compound. Crispin. Just something so we wanna be mad about that. Never I, you know, anybody who knows anything about the I, I love Ataman guard I love Simon Barrett. Worse. But like, you know, just that was always in the context of our final girls. Can't the final girl win because of whatever. She doesn't want. Because she doesn't want to die, and you know, yeah, why does she have to have some other training to actually be victorious? I don't know plan for them. Yeah. This question for to ponder and, you know, the final girl, why does she why does she win? Why is she victorious in all these different types of final girls? Were they come from where are we going with the final girls, you know, moving forward because we'll always have the final girl, trope will always be there. And, and, you know, depending on this, I guess, of you know, what's happening in society. What skills do they have, or they don't have a word of they come from? It's, it's always something new to talk about. Oh, well Clark, it's such a plan. Chat with you. And now I can really put a real face. Yes to the avatar that I have so Twitter and that I occasionally comment and things that you're doing, but, you know, you're so smart. And so was such a pleasure to talk with you, and, and hear your knowledge and yeah, it was really fun. I hope we get to do it again. He to the feelings completely mutual, and we have so many friends in common who love you and speak. So highly of you, and, and, you know, I know that all to be true, of course, but it was really nice to sit down and do this with you specifically. Yeah. And to talk about women and, you know, women in the John run, how we can promote them and talk about the more than love them and embrace them. Thank you, Barbara. And Clark, you know, I was almost a final girl when we filmed escape from New York the scene of me firing on the Duke on the bridge ended with megi firing on the. Duke on the bridge and John carpenter. The director put the film together screened it for group of people. And I've been told I haven't been able to get verification of this or not. But I've been told that Jj Abrams was a very young man at the time his dad worked for have co embassy. I think and he was in the audience for the screening, and he raised his hand and ask John, well, what happened to Maggie did she live, did she die what happened to her? So I got back into the costume. I bowled another Turkey breast because that's what I was using for the hair clip in the back of my hair. I put my makeup back on, we clean out our garage in studio City, California, I lay down on the ground on the cement in the garage. John poured blood all around my head and took that final shot of MAG. He dead supposedly on the bridge. So thanks JJ. I could've been a final girl. I'm Adrienne Bard bow, and this has been, she kills a shudder original podcast executive produced by Blair, Bercy, Killian, van, Rensselaer, Giordano, Freyberg, in Debra Henderson, hosted by.

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"blair bercy" Discussed on Natch Beauty

Natch Beauty

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"blair bercy" Discussed on Natch Beauty

"I never wear green. Why gorgeous on me with your hair to my friend, Edwin shouted, win. I feel like he gets brought up a lot. Hi, Edwin. And now you're listening to this, you're loyal Honey. He did a green look on me for my, we'd party. I threw like it was cute as hell. Ooh, I was like, I need to wear. Great. Yeah, you should definitely not that. Yeah, but yeah, but for for palate. So I mostly due to face Kevin de urban decay. But yeah, like I said, I've been rocking that still a glitter is. Yup. Even it real real. What do you do for skin care? Like every day. Okay. That'll loaded question. Not really. Not really. Well, I mentioned I do like drunk elephant best each alleys. Okay. So serums, I am not a super duper serum per, you know what? That's cool. I love here at the end of the game is she's not at the ceremony I'm intrigued. It's like, I don't do it all the time. I feel like, yeah, I feel like my skin care routine could be a lot better, but I think it's just 'cause I try so many different things, but I'll do like a miss. I'd really into facemask lava miss. So sometimes I'm like, is that enough over my then my moisturizer. What's the missed? You must have most happy. I've been using. Touchy. Yeah, le- and tasha? Yeah. When I do when I do do serums, I do use drunk elephant. And I think I have a dentist Dr Dennis gross, too. I'm gonna have so much fun making your little art for the natch booth. Those little guavas because you would name so many cruelty pretty great. Everybody all the tagging. Okay. Well, we're about done. I've learned much. I feel like we can go for another hour, but I'm trying to get you out of here. Why don't you tell everybody where we can find you online? Your social media, your articles, plug everything. Baby. Tell us where to find you. Okay. Well, you can find me everywhere. Online at agent lover. Love that. And then my work on Hello, giggles dot com. But yeah, it may Instagram kind of has everything my podcast. That's right. Tell us about this out. It's very new but idea podcast with Blair Bercy who's how I know us out Blair by it's called fish net flicks. Yes. Aiming, thanks and then I do a period food blog called a blood feast, but all of cue. Thank you. That's how mainstream in the podcast is like fashion and movies, I guess it. Yeah, like costume design, fashion and film. So yeah, we do everything. Have you talked about the craft yet? Not yet. It's one of my favorite movies ever it just I just, you know, good luck top in that hereditary. Okay. I'm just going to do to hereditary not yet. Okay. Then you'll love it then maybe that movie's crazy. Okay. Well, we've covered it all who I made you end made you take your whole bag out is not enough. I can't wait. Please keep snapping all of the packages because it's like my porn. I love it and I got a complaint. Hello, giggles. I need to say hi to everybody's been while, so don't forget it. Summertime where that sunscreen Maria grey or the sunscreen and don't forget cream neck and keep you in you. Have you ever had bangs? Oh, that's actually what I usually look usually have black hair and bangs. Yeah. Yeah, that's my thing. Xiaohong shampoo. Oh yeah. Khuda show.

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"blair bercy" Discussed on Mother, May I Sleep With Podcast?

Mother, May I Sleep With Podcast?

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"blair bercy" Discussed on Mother, May I Sleep With Podcast?

"It's important mine dialing boys to reflect on the world lodge at a time like this that's why i brought you to africa birthplace mankind place where we can feel greater rhythm you're not going to start coaching lion king again are you okay guys episode to season three i brought back someone we've had before her is the episode title probably so high blair bercy how are you hi i'm doing good okay so i was not originally going to do this movie second and in fact it wasn't really going to do it at all 'cause i'm not affected by royal fever personally i i love diana i remember her growing i remember heard dying when i was growing up so well right his my aunt was a huge princess diana's stan she looked just like her in the eighties when my aunt was in iraq which you say joe thank dianna and she did look like her super beautiful actually a lot more like troubled than i had realized for a really long time and they kind of touch on that in the movie we have been talking lately about how diana lotta people thought she was like borderline or bipolar something she seemed to have some sort of there was an disorder right i've soared so do the things that i've heard the labels i've throat hurt thrown out here today ignore it right but i grew up doing her as a saintly presence and when the royal wedding was coming up for harry a meghan everyone i was like in meetings with i was like are you watching it wedding and they'd be like i don't know why care but i am and i said honestly i think that like there's this inherent thing where people care because it's diana's sons like israel with william and with harry it's not like we're watching like princess bubble blah of via like i don't care about pippa right exactly like even hippos like a a tabloid celebrity rate but i was watching i was going through stab chat or the day after the wedding and you were crying on your page and i was like why is she crying like like a hater i didn't even watch the wedding so i don't know why but i was apprised to see you me watching because you're not like yes you're sentimental person your softie but i didn't think you'd be like tuning into the royal wedding cry yeah i see why anyone would what did you say the cultural importance up not an i will make this very clear i don't feel like people need to be recognized by the crown i have no like it occurred cosigned a law doesn't anything that's like a fake title it doesn't mean anything i don't think that meghan being like assured into the family is the big deal i think the big deal is that there's visibility ryan i think for the first time ever that young girls coming up don't have to rely on like princess tian ah like one thing or now black panther like that's it we've had a year and i was just like i cannot believe that within this dumpster fire of a year that i get to see something so beautiful and then get to see all of her friends which weren't like random like you were saying like random duchess in luanda sets is literally like one count is that i would care about he else i'm like i don't care about yeah big hats but then i see serena and like the the girl what's her name trojan one from pretty little liars sorry at the suits cast and so i'm like this is actually something that i'm happy to watch i wasn't expecting to be that move but watching knowing all the drama knowing that her dad couldn't come then didn't wanna come them physically couldn't come yeah and then seeing her mom there and witnessing pretty much like the blackest thing to happen to the royal tony i was in i was like sold and i it felt like i was witnessing a moment in history and not one of those that are imprinted in my memory and such a negative ways right i was moved i was happy and i kinda like i was aware of the fact that meghan markle was mixed i knew she was from or a new she was an actress who's a suits but i kind of bent like avoiding just i just didn't care there's so much to to keep up on right now.

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"blair bercy" Discussed on Plz Advise

Plz Advise

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"blair bercy" Discussed on Plz Advise

"I like this that's my story and i'm sticking to pitch having you in my i'm not professional ready to be my pocket i'm really excited this last question what is your self care routine facemasks brands please just in general stuff that you do and what other pods do you actively listen to in why love you too and wags xxx cal michelle kell michael michelle yeah cams during kelly michelle yeah i guess i gotta right sorry liba show go back to the last episode actually 'cause my friend blair bercy and i tried on a bunch of different facemask i try to do two or three masts day in just spread them out throughout the day i liked for completely different purposes like at night i usually do hydration or whatever i think that you can be not as leibel concerned when it comes to products of you are pantages into the ingredients and like have an understanding of what country they come from and where they're made and everything i'm a big believer in which hazel like in just like classic toners like that and i use use a tampax what is i've never thought you were funnier this day i actually we use the same brands i like kill it me three all your pearl no i'm like super plus like big one but they make the pearls are just like advocators i have i know but i was like lakes heating pads more i actually don't have a heating pie i need to less than one i actually have blisters on my size from heating pets loved them that like a gerbil sometimes at my my son a heating path yeah i think i have a what what you can't you can sit on a heating.

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"blair bercy" Discussed on Plz Advise

Plz Advise

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"blair bercy" Discussed on Plz Advise

"Confused very sad mostly just confused inside not necessarily hurt broken and that's not to say anything bad about the person i was seeing in fact i if anything i just don't want to put this out there because there's no need for it there's really nothing negative about them to say except that there was a strange incident and i don't really i still don't know what happened and i don't know that i ever will and i don't know that i ever need to but i know that you guys definitely do not need to have that brought into your life i will say that for everything i'm saying it sounds like we trashed him or something like that that's just not the case i just don't feel comfortable i feel like anymore sharing what our dilemma was it just is like private in weird and honestly a little bit embarrassing for everyone involved so i am taking that back we're going to start the show wherever this fits in whenever i shut up i guess some context blair and i were doing face masks i just brought out the face masks and decided that we were going to do some skin care while we talked and caught up blair bercy is our guest today if you guys have not heard of blair before you guys should go back and listen to other episodes she's been one of my friends for pretty much as long as they've been in la she's one of my favorite people out there so that was another reason why also felt called to kind of talk about this with two of my girlfriends who have known me for basically my entire dating life in los angeles and have seen me dates from really great guys some really not so great guys had a bad breakup in good breakup some whatever's so that's why i felt i think comfortable getting into it at the time the recording but now i just want to skate on everything's all good y'all i'm fine i think everyone's fine wags his great and this is pretty good so enjoy it i am a little bit on one i don't know what got into me i some reason i'm just being incredibly a crass and sexual.

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