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"brad durham" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

03:20 min | 2 months ago

"brad durham" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"Had assigned bed with a little table. Withdraw to put your personal effects or and then at night. They closed it up. So you're you're in a cage. Locked guy Sometimes we did did sleep there but voluntarily. We were big punished so the group because it was quite a group you know there was. I mean the the the different All the guys. It seemed that were in that crew with you either. Went onto major acting roles or lease character acting roles. I mean brad. Durham has been around forever. Even sydney last week was he was great. Yeah i remember. Bills folded have a dual close up on sydney elastic at he finishes lines and just let the cab rug because he knows he's gonna get gold will you too. I mean that moment where you know. There's a like. I can't imagine the process of shooting that he must have shot. He must've shot a lot of silence with you guys. Because there's no scenes where you just sit there you that moment where you don't realize that you foot's on fire is like i mean that that's inc. It's imprinted in my unconscious. I mean like that moment. Where you're i just lose your fucking mind right up meals. He defected from czechoslovakia already. Established filled career Added but he. He told his story a subway and subway on cycles. Lavar here late at night. Two or three people waiting for the trade and those guys smokey and he did that flip. Flip the cigarette butt and it landed in a person's cough and meal assault saw this at events xlii a ton of caught. Fire the beserk so he wanted. He just figured that that belongs here. Well i'm glad he let the guy burn in order to get that idea. He didn't step in. he went. He let the scene play out of personally. One i've talked to danny devito. But it's so interesting to see devito in that part because devito such a a sort of like cantankerous brash little man and you know and and as martini he's the opposite he's like this weird kind of almost no boundary amoeba like vulnerability of that guy. You were doing some real acting there. And i think it was really and it seemed like certainly the meisner stuff in there type of thing was probably great for for for that particular movie. You know. there's no because there was a naturalness to it that he was going for an even. Nicholson who i think was also I don't know where he trained but he was definitely in america. Like you know a a method kind of guy that there was a naturalness to that to all you guys. It was kind of amazing meal should assisted all back..

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"brad durham" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Time Capsule

Sci-Fi Talk Time Capsule

07:41 min | 4 months ago

"brad durham" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Time Capsule

"Hi i'm brad durham cayenne. George decay and i listened to sci-fi more sifi talk because i have a conversation with falling skies director two-day wholesome sammy san diego comic con twenty fifty. What's it been like this season. I mean it stirred last season. So how did the mood on the set when you guys found out bittersweet. You know it's very rare that you have the opportunity to know when you actually going to end a series so gave us the opportunity to be able to do it right. We hope you know and and it gets really emotional. You know as you start to say goodbye to different characters started. Wrap up shooting some of them. Some of the characters were in this room. Don't quite make it You get emotional about it particularly because a lot of these guys together for six years. I've only been on the show for the last year and a half. But i washed it at cathy's actually fan of the show before i started working on it. And you get emotional both because there's an actual human behind the character you're saying goodbye to and you get emotional because it's the actual character in how they died or just how they make it to the end. It just seems like the tone is like even more ramped up tissue. it is. Yeah and we made a concerted effort to be bolder. edgier and to Go a little bit. Further away from from Children are men and closer to saving private ryan right To go to to to shake up. The camera work to Go further with performances. For everybody to max out to max it out and everyone was gained and got slapped down by. Snp standards and practices. Were mixed make sure our show the ratings down by them a couple of times but you know but but i think it allowed us to Get to level. That will hopefully be just a little bit different for the fans. Nope would be something that gives them a little different flavor so that would indicate it's more action this year. They're more action but also Psychologically ambiguous immoral things to occur. You know in different in different choices that you might not see tom mate or see the rest of the cast make. Pope has some really interesting things that he does well. better morally ambiguous And i guess he always does stuff. that's more ambiguous but even more so now right so yeah. I think it's definitely this season in other seasons talking to you talking to you to here thank you. There's more time capsule so. Stay tuned let's get back to time. Capsule sf t podcast network and also from san diego. Comic con is fantastic for composer marco. Beltran yes how you doing very good enjoying this comic. Just got here too much to the traffic next time. I gotta come the night before. I did that last yesterday. At four fantastic four. What was what was the approach. You kinda took and scoring. I'm sure you've talked to the director. Obviously you know they want it very thematic theme something that ties the four characters together. Something that Has the innocence of the kids because a good part of the movie is the formation of the four and it focuses a lot on the kids themselves and their curiosity an innocence a theme. That could start out that way and develop into into the superhero team. And what did you use. As far as instrumentation any new instruments. You know fairly standard orchestra. Start at working with philip glass together and sharing ideas and and coming up with the material together so there was a little bit of processing of some sounds but for the most part is very unlike allowed. The scores i do in that is more mainly orchestral. So you weren't tied anything that was done before anything like this was all starting fresh start fresh. Yeah that's great that's great. What's your impressions of seeing the footage of the footage that i've seen first the first like three or four wheels looks great in the still lot of the move comes out. I'm going to see. I think maybe tomorrow i mean when i scored. Actually there was still a lot in progress. I mean it's amazing. How they the visual effects have that stuff gets done now. It's like it. it's it seems inconceivable to me how i know it's crazy you know but but yes but what i could tell. It looks looks amazing. So for this score. How did you write. This was a piano or computer or a little bit of both a little bit of both started out. Just working with piano when sharing ideas with philip and We played on piano and then you know mocking things up for her for the director student to here and And then then a little bit of manipulation of some things in the middle of especially for this to the victor character. Did you do any kind of temp score for them. They had a temp score. But as i wrote api they sorta replaced it. They were fill. Fill in the places that i would send so all right. So that's that's great What else do you have coming up besides big well. I'm going to weeks to of alex. Price movie austrailia call gaza egypt. I don't think it comes out till next year. There's a movie called no escape. That comes out and august almost which is kind of a really tense scary movie because you relate to it but and then another one for fox called agent forty seven dissipated. Yeah it's it's been a very very busy summer. I got a credit you for a score for snow piercer. It's a movie that i think between fans and people appreciate independent cinema has really risen through the ranks the performances everything into music. It's just fantastic. That's very kind thank you. Yeah i i love director bunks work and i hope we work together again soon. I mean it's really inspiring. Work someone so creative. And chris evans performance and this was just his journey in. It was just an amazing. I mean visually everything about it. Trained until this winstons incredible performance. It just all rocked. It totally does. It's the most and the fact that it all takes place in such a confined environment and that each car is sort of its own set and everything. it's just. It was really amazing to work with the all. Thanks a lot. Best of luck to you. And i think fantastic for is gonna make some ripples. I think oh well cutter. Okay all right now. I continue my preview of fear the walking dead from the round tables at s. d. c. 2015 with director an ace makeup designer..

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"brad durham" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

07:59 min | 1 year ago

"brad durham" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

"Brad Durham I'm George Decay and I listened to Sifi Talk. Valley of time is the second of a series of novels about Mao Thomas. As the author explains on his site, it's a novel the challenges, our perception of time and space, and that creator his. Jeremy Holden who has a background in advertising. We spoke about the novels and its protagonist. Moll Thomas Hey value time sounds like a very interesting concept So what led you to to do this for? Mel thomases a second adventure well You know in the first book coming. You know if you have a lengthy background advertising. Yeah, well marketing, and so you know. All I wrote. Extraordinary fantastical thing that a marketing or an advertising person could be charged with. The the notion of the second coming of Christ writing to my mind. Off To pull Mao had had to deal with that and almost lost his life in the process. I was wondering what could possibly equal that and so something along the lines of having to deal with the notion of possible hey in. Eighty inciting and beyond that the notion of traveling at light speed seem to be. Pretty much about the only thing that was tough. It so I never quite what I'm going to do three, but on thinking on it his inc based on a little bit on you. You know I think you always write a little bit about the people who I think he. You know you're right about watching I think now have affects of me. superficially. Outwardly intensive his in some of his profile. But to be honest with the Dell. Character The robber, foul mouth all the. Represent might she's my in a monologue. My house among. The the dog. Turning around probably beneath us is. I get to be I. Get to have the ability of fulltime. I guess through the too. So I get the feeling that he is a combination of Howard Hughes and Elon Musk a little bit. Absolutely. Thrown, a little, Richard Branson as well there. You Go You know when I was growing up. Always loved the romantic notion of this Secretive you know hung it like bizarre genius of Howard Hughes. you know the that that would be tremendous speculation. I've always found those targets intriguing I. Think you know with this futuristic notion of Though space travel to changing. The way in which the company the world's energy, works. To hyper loops. I didn't need the fascinating characters on. The capture our imagination. And I think you know. Throw a little Richard Branson in there as well and you have a really rich cocktail for character. Absolutely so these are you've done two already? So you probably have a third one kind of growing around there, too. I do. I'm on. Over the the way, in which I rise is I am refused to. Do. Anything could tool for about six months when my dear is uniting Basically So. It's over pent up in me and then I want to spend a few weeks planning. And then they'll just be an explosion of writing. So I'm hoping that will happen next year with the. Quite you'll what is going to be cold, but I'm toning Isla Powell. Oh, interesting now when you right are. Are you regimented? Do you do like a set schedule or do you? Sometimes you just let it come to you whenever it comes from. I again the way it works for me is Um well. I think that without Cradle ideation, which is somehow three flying. Creative, people I've worked with tend to be quite regimented and I on on that way so you know I will decide. You know literally to the day when I'm going. Stop signings. The the point we sat finished I will start writing and It will be an all encompassing process for about. Two and a half months, so it makes my. Doing my day job of running that agency a little taxing but You know January February. Months for it, so I will write every day religiously, and unfortunately sometimes middle of items wealth, my long suffering wife. It's interesting. One of the things that's interesting about Mao is that he lives in north. Carolina and my wife was raised in South Carolina and spent some time in Charlotte which is referenced in the book, which is kind of neat, so that kind of brought it home to me and you. You live in the rally areas at right. I do yes, you know Like now. And then moved to to the US, in my case, in my thirties, Job, here, in North Carolina Kinda fell in love with his area. Currently worked in in New York and but the the brings me back. So you know we we live. In Raleigh, triangle but we also have a house like now in Louis Mountains as well. Oko We'll get we get up to every other weekend. 'cause it's breathtaking. I define health to be inspired. Yeah, to get up there speaking of inspiration. Do you work there too, or do you Kinda? Be That back back home? Were like for me. It's only coupling so You know during the period when? When I set myself to write. I will no matter if I'm hero, the IRO. Absolutely right? I unless I. Get right at block in which case I have to go swim. Able to. You know some idea won't. Come I need apparently I need sensory deprivation, so have the. Swim laps until. The mind fleas itself. Yeah I've actually that's actually something I've done is whenever I need to clear my head. I would swim laps. And it's amazing. Were your mind goes? It literally does clear it and it's all these ideas. Start to flow as you're swimming. It's really weird because it's such. A steady pace. You don't have to think about doing each do. Shall we really interesting? I. Don't know what it is that it it. It means a purifying So you know and it's. It's quite reassuring because you know if you there's something to you. We've got some laughs. Thanks you, it will. Now. Can we talk about the time travel aspect or you WANNA keep that hidden. You know I. I think that we can. We can talk about it because. If. You go to my website. For example we have I've put an experience on. Which? Kind of speaks to that so Synon- couples. Now Okay I mean that. That there's there's several schools of how there's a great quote in the beginning of the book. Probably. Wonderful brilliant scientists and he says. You know. There were time traveled in. Why aren't we getting tourists from the future? and. My whole thing is like well. Maybe we are made. They're just not making their presence known because that had old star trek concept of. The future, and what that could be if they made themselves, no, which they would do.

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"brad durham" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

07:57 min | 1 year ago

"brad durham" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"Hi, I'm Brad Durham and you're listening to fi talk. Hi, this is Tony. Talada welcome to sci-fi topic. I want introduce you to a writer. You should definitely know Rizwan Kabbani in his book. The clientele he deals with the world of crime and Harr which looks at the black market of human organ, harvesting all this while a former brilliant surgeon spirals into stark world. Risen I've actually collaborated on two characters for a screenplay. He wrote, which will discuss a little later on, but now let's talk the clientele with talented writer Rizwan Kabbani. It's very funny risk because. We actually knew each other before this. So? It's a little different than some of my other injuries are never met the person that obviously we have met. So what gave you the idea for the client? Well. It actually started from from watching twenty twenty. It was a show. With regarding a doctor named Dr Michael, Master Marino and there was a true story about his his case, he was a doctor. That was. You know doing very well in New, York and fell into drugs. you know the top of drugs that he would prescribe for himself so one day he was found in his bathroom with a needle in his arm and. lost. His license lost three much everything, and so he then after that went into the business With a funeral home where he would pay funeral director, thousand dollars a body to take their bones. Valves is and sell them until I've donors now. He's got the best of him and he wouldn't. he wouldn't do test for HIV cancer hepatitis, these disease tissues were going into live humans, and so he you know he's doing you know. They'll jail comedy mistaken and when I read that I'm like. Wow, that's that's incredible. So that's where it actually spawned from and You know so it was. It was amazing because it's almost you know you can't even right that that stuff. You know like really amazing. So how did you change the character from Real Life Dot Journal bit. What kind of wrinkles did you give him? Well, you know what I I just wanted to to base it on kind of like a like a you know a downward spiral character that you can actually. you know he's actually his own worst enemy, so the the character is Dr Michael Monroe and he has his own vices You know he has a you know an addiction to drug and also gambling so? That's what I wanted to do. Is is get him out of the the regular doctor? you know surgeon lifestyle, and put them into this this dark underworld to have link up with a with a Russian gangster which he goes into debt with. And you know once you're you know the the mob gets their claws in you. Manipulate you and use you and You know that's what Tucson does. He's He's all the owner of a funeral home. Use it him to. Harvest organs which they sell to an exclusive list of clientele, so it's kind of like the regular you know the the list of organ donors which they get on there and it's very difficult and a Lotta people die waiting so here. We have an underground black market list where the clients on this list are very. are very very odd very eccentric and you know, make for amazing characters and their stories to tell so that sounds interesting, and did you have to like any Mecca research medically for this? Oh absolutely transplant I definitely had to. A lot of that. I wanted to make sure it's is very factual, and that plays into it so. you know that's the main main. The research I did especially the transplant, and how long it takes to the organs to be transplanted, and you know One of my mentors told me that if you know if you surround your story with enough truth. A couple of lies can can slide through, and we'll be believable, too, so I use a little bit of A. Literary license in that respect as well. And from the Russian gangster side, due to kind of look into known gangsters, kind of use them as a model for this particular character. Well you know what's intriguing to me is. Is the Russian mob essentially the the underworld, the tattoos, and and and pretty much the way the way it was done in In in the film. It's escaping me. The the name vehicle more doesn't. That was depicted amazingly and It was eastern promises. That's right, so okay. Yeah, so watching that film I was intrigued immediately and and I took from from that. Not, not the characters per se, but as far as the the archetype of the Russian gangsters and I did a lot of research and. in the Russian underworld as well so that was always intriguing to me and and I really enjoyed writing about that. And it sounds like you really. You Really Kinda go a Lotta different. John Rouse with this. It's not just It's a little bit of crime drama. It's a little bit of horror and You know it's a little. It's a little bit of the serial killer kind of element to to right exactly and so I mean it's very intriguing the the dark elements of it, but you know they foundation it has to be. Be, human, and I really have a human aspect. The surgeon where you know you feel for him, you know he's divorced and separated from his wife, and you wants to be that person you know again and and be better, but it's it's vices, but at as he's controlling those he's going into a darker part of his life professionally where now he's almost. Dangerous to them being in their life, you know so that element and then playing off that the you know intrigue me. intrigue me a lot, so you know that's all. That's really great for me to. Try To you know? Jacked up a pose. Those goes to side now. This is available as only for the kindle right now. Right, exactly so I'm doing it exclusively for for kindle, because that's the number, one bookseller and you know I'm also for the first ninety days offering it free to prime members. Oh good, though I will also be soon offering it for free to the general public, and you know to get the word out there and get the Get to show out there and it's. It's really a show I'm selling. It's not books. A lot of people say oh I. Read Your Book I. Thank You, but it's not really a book. I'm writing it very differently than what you might be familiar with so i. want you to know what you're expecting and it's a TV show type of field. Field I actually saw a little bit of it on the kindle. You can actually or on the website you can actually see a little bit of it, and it's like broken down into different not really chapters, but almost like like character names or something along those right right, so you know chapter one two and three and four you having irregular novel what I did was I titled it where it's you know the gangster origin detective, and then later on the broken, and it's really I looked for for for titles that the medically can maybe explain the chapter and each chapter is really a scene so what you think of as as scenes in a show or a movie. I'm just basically titling. Seen and I'm actually developing more. In in reader-friendly format where screenplays are not meant to be read, nobody read them right now. It is for producers, writers and actors, and it's a blueprint to shoot, so I thought I. mean imagine how many scripts are out there. How many stories that will never be cold? So I thought well, you know. How.

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"brad durham" Discussed on So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls

So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls

06:54 min | 1 year ago

"brad durham" Discussed on So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls

"Like he has a lack of compassion. And there's definitely some racist stuff going on there where he doesn't want a black woman living in his home. Yeah and they have some people over who are even worse just criticizing her having a baby and just looking at them as inhuman. Some good seth. Oh but in the meantime while they're meeting this family and they're coming in and out and figuring out getting married and such the man who killed Stanford White is going through his trial and his wife is deciding whether or not she should testify for or against him because they decide. Hey let's plead insanity. He's a rich white guy planes. Sandy and Evelyn gets involved with the younger brother. Who by the way doesn't have a name in this movie? If you look at his credit it's younger. Brother firework obsessive also. The parents in this family are just mother and father. They don't have names all well and he has played by the same guy who plays Grima worm talion Lord of the ranks. Oh my gosh. You're right. I knew I knew his name. Brad Durham but I was thinking of some completely different. You are right. That guy's grows a wonder I didn't like him a subconsciously. I knew it was someone I didn't like. I love fireworks loser. I know who he was and he gets involved with Evelyn. Nesbit during this trial and she doesn't seem to care too much about him she's getting offers to be taught. Dance how to act how to sing. Because she's getting a moment in the spotlight being the wife of murderer who killed a high profile man. Will we'll talk more about Sanford white later. But he was well known square garden. That's yeah and the trial comes back. Yes plead insanity successful. He goes to an asylum. She starts trying to work on her career as an actress singer. Dancer Showgirl Yada. Yada stuff with younger brother fizzles out much like some of his fireworks. I'm sure and then the story becomes more about Sarah and Cole House Walker. Which is a very cool name by the way yet is and one day. He's on his way to see her and he has turned out. He's made some money and he has a model t car long story short. He gets into a tiff with some firemen about where his car was located at. You know it was in the wrong place at the wrong time. They wanted him. They had their fire truck out blocking the road. He couldn't get through. They wanted him to pay a toll. I mean yes them being jerks yeah whereas while fathers kind of this passive aggressive trained to be trying to keep manners to hide his racism. These people are just out and out to him and when he tries to get a policeman involved they destroy his car including putting excrement in the car. I don't know if it's human or animal. But they do that. Do a lot of damage to the car. And when he basically he tries to go through every legal means he possibly can to get some sort of action taken so his car can be repaired in these firemen. Volunteer firemen can be called out and is denied every time and then Syra who he's about to marry goes to this political rally and tries to get the vice. President of the United States is attention in. She's basically crushed in this crowd. The ash she she just like calls out in his like. Hey Vice President Coal House Walker Junior. Need your help. An and the police just beat her. I mean yeah absolutely. Beat her and she passes away shortly after. And can we talk about how they reveal? That so lying. Yeah Yeah because Kohlhaas Walker Junior and Sarah. They were planning out their wedding so now. She's in a bed. She's their doctors seen her at the mother and father's house and the doctors all right you know put on bedrest. So then they're talking about their wedding so the next scene. You're in church. You see flowers and the cameras panning down and I think Oh. It's their wedding. But then I had a moment of is it though and we start to see a large white. It could be a curtain. Nope it's the open. Casket and Sarah has died. She's in her wedding dress. In the casket awful. Yeah I started to think I was like this is too. I was not surprised it was the funeral. The way things were going back. I agree that was a really like I. DuNno if cleverest the white rude but really the tragedy of it. Yeah as a kind of twist on what you expect right so it was just a little traumatize. You think you're seeing these people get married and you're happy for of and then nope dead. So Mr Call House Walker Junior decides you know going through. The proper channels is not working. So I'm going to take the law into my own hands. And he and some friends starts destroying police fire houses in. I shouldn't have the yes. And they make bombs out of fireworks because younger brother which is not a good thing. Don't do this but also it's a little funny in this context me. It's like okay throughout the movie. Remind viewers file. Excuse me I'm not going to be a partner and a fireworks. Company definitely never talked about fireworks. This much okay. So yes. They are killing firemen. Throwing fireworks in the fire. Houses making false alarm like Reporting fake fire. So they'll come out and yet he's none too happy.

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"brad durham" Discussed on Movie Crush

Movie Crush

27:34 min | 1 year ago

"brad durham" Discussed on Movie Crush

"Four seven starting October twenty fifth on Lifetime let me see here Trish Louder Gilbreath great name says a lot of hospitals Yeah Hea L. O. T. R. S. Yeah ever seen the name before until this is the second time Trish says the mailman seen from Pan's labyrinth which I still haven't seen it's good it's a whole it's just a good movie very beautiful it's heartbreaking but it's beautiful movie yeah this one goes in a different direction old friend Alison Couch says the sweeter after when the school bus goes off the road Yeah that that's terrifying not in a horror movie way but truly terrifying did you ever see that no atom egoyan yeah no do not know how big van has haven't seen him in a while rix Wayne says the splitting seen in bone Tomahawk the most single handily the most disturbing deaths up scene in the movie I've not seen it gets so cozy really it's crazy kind of schlocky like no it's it's awesome in weird yeah and like a mash up of genres and Mike totally totally creative I think I did one other thing that's supposed to be really good to talking to Casey pegged them about it and he recommended another film of has I'll get a sack yeah ultra becca loses not horror or suspense but showing the brutality in reality war The beach landing seen in saving private Ryan Course of course I agree no yeah now it's very many kinds of terrifying absolutely yeah Shania Marine Nagy says Emily Blunt birth seen in a quiet place was so tense was white knuckling in my seat she got a lot of likes for that yeah that was that was that was brutal especially if you've imagine if you've been through childbirth and someone else commented Megan Walney when she stepped on the nail yeah man that was a good movie it was a good movie it required you to suspend some belief a little bit but I enjoyed it fully on board with it and there's a second one that's coming out very soon we'll see left it open for that it's not like shoehorn thing I can appreciate that this is going to be her in the kid I mean Krinsky I guess we're going into spoiler territory so if you haven't seen it yet posit for minutes he's dead yeah that's true but he he's directing though I sure that's probably much more speed he can probably you know I'm sure there he's he's going to be an flashbacks guarantee all right pause people on pause or wait pausing wouldn't have done anything no not really I'm not sure how that works you should skip thirty seven inside the network by the way the bone Tomahawk Guy did another film called dragged across concrete that Casey excellent s Craig Zoeller and visit looks like a kind of a brutal gangster type picture with Mel Gibson Vince Vaughn leave it to Casey yeah to find the Hidden Jim Underneath the gym for sure speaking of which super excited about the lighthouse when you've seen the trailer for that yeah can't wait looks amazing that's wonderful ultra wilder says in the descent when they're painting the right with the night vision around to try and see better one of the creatures is just standing there yeah man the descent was good comes up on that one creature feature yeah Sarah Stapleton's is silence of the lambs clarisse in the basement and the dark buffalo bill putting his hand right in front of your face it's hard to beat that man I feel like that movie get sort of taken granted because it's such a classic yet some scary Shit People remember you know Anthony Hopkins performance but it's really the stuff with buffalo bill and that last scene where she like in his house that is that is so taught and just stressful as L. so good in cross cutting editing that moving just off the charts and all it's very good Jonathan Demme Master Let me see here Jodi cells Queen says in seven when what the detective thinks is a body wretched is in cops remember they think that Bodies Dead House the Sloth Guy I think says I'll shot up with drugs and atrophied and like crazy oh like he was basically rotting on his bad because they had like it was a you know those little airfresheners yeah the Christmas tree air fresheners hanging from the ceiling going to read this because it's funny to me if you're not into politics that don't listen but MEL golightly says it's not a movie scene but that commercial with Donald trump eating a pizza starting from the crust it's like watching a monster making an abomination it's so wrong on many levels donald trump himself and food crime together was his stuffed crust though because that's okay David stuffed crust you can eat it from the press I know what commercial was does I don't know about this hunt you out of this room what's left trust or a stuck cross a stupid stupid be now you still don't eat it backwards but that was the whole gimmick man that was come on you're falling for that new eat pizza yes I'm so mad at you czar he had my keys and I probably do I probably do ultra Don Morris is the original poultry guys when that fucking clown POPs up by Robbie drags him under the bed the only moment people remember from them if that's not sure there's a lot of good moments but that's a pretty crucial jump scare type moment yeah that's a classic don't go into the light and I watched him with Eden my kid uh so the first time I've ever said her name on the show names eating she liked it did not find it particularly scary and we watched the other night we watched child's play the original so you're getting into this stuff with her it is rated R. But she knows all these words in like she just knows that it's okay to say it like so I'm not worried about that and I realized that child's plays only rated R because of bad language the gore quote unquote that's not bad it would be on ABC today and it's comical and the little kid way crappier than the doll. Yeah accused Jackie Hi love you I like hot any of those rows play movie it's Brad Durham though who plays the killer he's he's alive as a human seen he's running from the cops and he does this witchy incantation that causes the toy store to explode Chris and Chris Sarandon Plays Cop who's chasing him and he yeah he he he had his witch doctor friend who taught him this incantation and he transmogrify his body into Chucky and it's really bad like painted on film lightning bolt comes through the ceiling on and then it explodes and all the dolls go everywhere it's a great and then he becomes he becomes gave the rich duck and ends up in the hands of a homeless guy who sells it to a down on her luck mom who's trying to make ends meet at the departments torture Inter kid's birthday and she can't afford the the big the good guy doll just the chucky doll and so she buys it off this homeless guy and it turns out it's the one with his name's Charles Earl Ray or something like that or that's the killer's name James Earl Ray wound he's still there is no it's it's not something early sorta got it is it definitely is but yeah and then Brad Brad Derek is the voice from then on it's hilarious movie GonNa see it man so funny by the way speaking of cursing my daughter the other day something happened that she didn't like Oh dams it's cute I said Oh dams and she said you know what that means and she's like yeah you say that something let me see us correctly cheeks minded correctly so it goes wrong there's something we asked exactly I was like well you're right I said but let's not say that word in front of your grand grand yes going to have to talk with at some point that I don't care I don't care to me is dumb I agree I've never thought that cursing was kind of an attitude thing like I don't want my ten year old you know F and up a storm because to me it's just sort of like us it as you know pepper it in for fun but definitely don't want it to be like a show off you think I believe that's how I do you know what I mean I really don't care no it's not wrong for me it's just a slippery slope because if you don't care at home very easily that can slide that's what I'm saying that's the problem now by their parents can't be mad at me cause she's going to teach kids at school and it's a slippery slope a very slippery slope but I don't a lot of parents are obnoxious prudes and you don't want to catch raff no is it will happen old friend David Mills seen from training day there are about to blow Ethan Hawke's head off it's so intense and scary all right I liked it there are some non horror in here Stephen Roles that your friend right you'll S- you'll see and we say that every true he is my friend The girls in the shining relentless in creepy in a very specific way it's true they keep popping up right yeah I mean they're they're in the movie a little bit and a couple of times enough what do you think about Dr Sleep how you feel about that I mean I'll see you see the trailer though they cross cutting us a lot of from the old movie I mean it looked cool it's got that That Wendy Carlos score I won't I won't see that in the theater windy calls really you'll see in the theater why not enough time Well that's fair but it does look like it'd be like they're much more they're quite a few other movies I'd rather see in the theater that's a good point yeah you got to pick and choose gotti joker gotta do lighthouse I've got a new star wars and there's a few more so so the Doctor Sleeps GonNa have to wait for me I agree Gail Kunz our old friend that danger oven I'm going to ask her why the hell she did that way Gail Kuhn's one of our old pal and in real life someone I've gotten to know in her and her husband and great she she at some point your facebook profile to middle name danger oven and I don't know what that means there must be a story there I I know but come on coons okay I didn't see the sequels I saw one of them as one received like walking on a roof and she's like in a trance kind of and almost jumps off the roof and I do remember the name of the Demon is got yeah this is this is different this is the Gemini Killer who was executed in comes back addressing park it's just so well done and it holds up Ma'am CGI does not look that dated no I've watched it recently and I was shocked at how it looks pretty damn everything looks very 'cause they they do a nice mix of CGI impractical and honestly practical look faker than the Gi yeah it's interesting old friend Clement Scott says the clown from the tariff fire yeah it's a it's just a really gross schlocky clown slasher movie he does some like it's like a torture porn kind of thing it is it is pretty fucked up I it's one of those movies where I wasn't going to do the whole thing but I scrolled through it just to see some of the kill scene as you know sure and it gets pretty nasty gross yeah let's finish it up here with old pal Megan Carroll the Final Tina Blair witch the guy standing in the corner when you hear the woman's scream yeah that movie scared me I'm not ashamed to admit it I have never been one of the ones that found that as scary as every I was always like that it's part of it to me was being there with the full theater and all that stuff for sure but but it was one of those things where I get it subtle and then it's about what you don't see and all that Adler and did you see the remake or the reboot recently where I think they do show the Blair witch in it's like a weird spider monster woman creatures that she had eight rows of teeth I think so and it did anarchy jerky crawls all the tropes no no it's bad it's like that it's all that stuff that was started with the Japanese Ghost movie he's the guy came to the states like the grudge in the ring all that stuff I get it it's easy to forget to win Blair witch came out and the you know the the found footage thing was so brand new it was very it's been so overdone people genuinely did think it was a thing I thought it was a real true but when is found the website early on before the movie that like kind of teased it all out and I thought that was real some kind of it was almost interactive kind of thing different pieces and you kind of like explore it a little bit yeah thoughtfully that I I remember me and my buddy Scott who's been on the show we have we found this website where you're like what the fuck is man have you seen the donald trump tape it's all over the Internet it's fake it's a deep fake but it was on CNN and it's like it's pretty funny somebody made one that's pretty convincingly future of like news you can have to have a certified like this is original you know footage I don't know all right we're gonNA move onto another social studies the American ethic was way better than the Japanese yeah we get Anton sugar from no country from Nick Printing Yup not a horror movie listen to murder and Oregon on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts.

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"brad durham" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

Shut Up I Love It

06:53 min | 2 years ago

"brad durham" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

"I really enjoyed alien. I the the CLAUSTROPHOBIA was captured perfectly in the first one the second one is a true through James Cameron movie where you give Ripley nothing to do until the third act and suddenly she becomes the stronger than Space Marines the third one. I didn't like at all. I did the David fincher one and it's just bleak. It is like whatever hope we had before that's gone in it. Also introduces like a weird idea that a dog spoiler a dog gets impregnated with the Zeno Morph thing and the new alien that comes out is less human like more dog like yeah yeah. He's like that whatever the host is. That's what the Zeno Morph becomes yeah and that's and that's not really something they ever really address again in the franchise except I guess in an alien versus Predator which are maybe not Hanan spoiler alert. I guess we aren't going to spoil them but well. It doesn't matter because whoever wins we lose the Tagline to that film a how true that tackling instead works on multiple levels. Everyone lost especially the production team. a Predator does get face hugged and produces what is referred to in the sequel prayed daily and but yeah I agree. Ailing three is very bleak. It takes place on a prison planet populated. I believe exclusively exclusively by sex crime. All's them sex crime perverts yeah some of them violent offenders so there's that you like the best-case is. I'm GonNa make a rag tag crew rapists and boy. Do they like as you described in it very well in a trilogy. Ripley Ripley makes the ultimate sacrifice being impregnated by an alien jumps into the lava in vaporized so we're left to believe so you you kicking this off and I'm like there's no way there's no way you can have another alien movie and yet there is and I feel like our guy. Josh Weeden has come through here. He's like he has created a story where basically it's the firefly like it is a ragtag space pirates their main guy there. Nathan Vallone Kinda. Captain Captain is like a carbon copy and he kind of talks in old western style like there's like this hint of like a a world. That's Kinda fallen apart Frank Guy Life Michael Wing cut the cackle. I thought of him as poor man's James Franco has a look like a sharp face chart angles handsome sharp face. He's the leaders no question and so the directions like oh infinity symbol or eight like what is Ripley's character and in the other are bad bad and then they give sigourney weaver something to do. This is the amazing performance of Sigourney Weaver. I I will say I'm very surprised by how much sigourney weaver is giving this. This movie 'cause I can imagine probably took a lot of negotiating offers a lot of money and Co producer credit to get her on board. I'm surprised by how invested she is. In the material including the senior she just holds a basket ball over the head of Brahma Ron Pearlman yeah. I can just imagine the French director on the side thing. CIC This is love. I don't know so oh yes. We're you see a Eurotrash moment. I do see a perfection of what is a game and what is brute force against the equally animalistic sigourney weaver character in your right. She goes whole hog on this like the character is very different than the Ripley's. We've seen before obviously obviously she has abilities which we you get to the understand but like she's really sensuous to. There's some weird moments where she's like sniffing aliens hands and hugging the aliens and sometimes almost dancing with them there's that scene toward the end where she's being carried by one of them and she just kind of wraps. Sir Arms around it unlike falls asleep in its arms very interesting moment maternal themes in this one yeah the other parts of the other about the movie like just does the aliens get loose which they always do. They always run amok. It's a very good on the aliens for figuring out how to get out of it this time because they're all all kinds of being held in a pen there's like three or four fully grown. Zena morphs that Brad Durham is gazing longingly and they figure out Oh oh right our blood is acid and so they destroy one of their number they just tear them apart with their second mouths and he sinks through the floor and that's how they escape. He already creative. Even the scientists couldn't think of anyone later again in the very interesting scene of using I think along the same acid blood to make a whole so this is ripley's blood. This is at the end of the movie. Ripley and we'll probably talk more about the the final creature of the film by Ripley County uses the aliens teeth to cut open her palm and flings her blood because her blood is also acid to create a hole in spaceship window to alternate threat. Yeah it does come back. There's there's some good good screenwriting tricks here like like the space pirates they have no weapons or so we think and then it turns out everything they have is technically a weapon. Gary's character Turner has guns welded to his hands and Ron Perlman brought a thermos. That's actually a bazooka and the French guy has guns hidden in the chair and they're not as just helpless as we originally thought we did not mention that Dominique Pinon character now is in a wheelchair or sometimes He's being cared by another team member very true. Oh the other part is that turn right when we think well if the team of space pirates can just get to their ship. It's going to be fine but there's a real turn of like their. Their leader is killed off at minute forty eight yeah. The captain is gone. The poor man's James Frank James Franco Slash Nathan fillion. We had another project. We gotta get get them out. He is impaled by an alien mouth just like the earlier Zeno Morph and he's dead so you I know the game is on any of these characters is cute as menu opinion is he could be killed. There's no question so now that I've gotten like the Space Marines of the aliens franchise is other than Hicks. I can't really remember any of them. There's Vasquez who's kind of like the bad ass chick in aliens. Oh well there's the amazing Michael Biehn of course and then that's bill packs it back.

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"brad durham" Discussed on Collider Movie Talk

Collider Movie Talk

14:07 min | 2 years ago

"brad durham" Discussed on Collider Movie Talk

"We're going to have to see how this marketing campaign pans out. I mean is vendors endgame gonna make any money or no, I don't know. What's going to happen? We're moving onto our second story. And this is where we get into the trailer zone today. So earlier today, we got a brand new trailer for the new child's play movie. Of course, this upcoming movie is more of a reboot and restarts. The continuity and introduces us to highly advanced dolls outfitted with cutting edge AI that. Are branded buddy the film opens June twenty-first, and it stars Aubrey Aubrey plaza. Gabriel Bateman Brian Terry Henry. And of course, Mark Hamill is the new voice behind Chuckie silence. We'd have really spoken about this child's play movie before. So I m curious where do you stand on this movie existing at all while the other series is still going on? And then to what is trailer for you. I have such mixed feelings. I like. Like. Israel is great. I think that if I did not know what child's play was. And I saw this trailer. I would say, oh that looks really fun, and I love Mark Hamill voice of a killer doll. I also kind of feel like, well, I just wish it had the blessing of Mark Hamill, the nicest guy in the world, it's hard for you. And we believe there was never a conversation with Brad Durham saying I'm gonna take takeover for this one at the same time. I think we've seen a lot of horror movies that have had reboots while franchises are still going, and it doesn't necessarily disrupt things. I'm still a little sour on it. I mean, it's again, I go what you said. I liked the trailer. I liked the other trailer. I don't think they're bad by any means. It's just until I mean, I guess at this point. It's just until I see the movie, and I see that this is something that's any good. It's just really difficult to wrap my brain around them stone making what I've been having a lot of fun with for less few years. And then this existing as well. And the one thing that threw me about the trailer. Because when you when you said it at the beginning that whether you know child's player not you can jump into this. I was wondering if anybody found the one confusing detail to be the fact that that they brand everything buddy. And then the kid refers to the dollars Chucky. I mean, yes, we know that kids named toys and stuff. But I would have thought there would have been a moment where he picks up. This clearly branded buddy toy and says, I'm gonna call you Chucky something like that. Integral part of the movie they didn't want to blow it in the trailer. Who knows now? Well, yeah. I mean, it's if it's anything like the the reasoning behind the name and the original. Yeah. What makes you wonder is? Mark Hamill going to be in the movie as a person, then has his personality. Put in this doll by some means. That's a good question. I don't know what their what their production time line was. And I imagine there were re-shoot opportunities anyway. But that would be really cool if he showed up in the flesh. No. Because I remember them talking about remaking chopping mall, and they're like, but there's not going to be robots this time. And it's like why? And now it seems like they just took the chopping mall plot and put it into child's play. Chucky. A or I mean, we didn't really get to see him like embrace AI in this trailer, but more so, you know, I guess he's connected to all of your your in home entertainment. Now, I think it works. I think it's actually kind of has gremlins vibe to me in the trailer. I think in part because of the Christmas scenes in a in a shopping mall. But. There is something with gremlins where they get into the machinery and they make everything go haywire. And it seems like now Chucky is doing the same thing with WI fi. I've never been one of the biggest fans of the child play series. So for me seeing this trailer. I got excited I liked it. I think it's inventive one of the migrated spheres. As is so to see being consummated by doll doll being inventive that he's able to connect to all these different devices. And it does say it's a kind of small little commentary about are needed dependence on technology now that we all have for the most part how that could be manipulated to destroy us. You know? And so I like that aspect of it. Oh, Mike, my only negative about the trail to me is that didn't hear Mark Hamill voice. Hardly at all. And so I would like to hear more of him as as Chucky in this trailer. But overall, I don't know if the laws that thing is a little we look like that child could beat or child because you look younger, so I have to accept that. But overall, it's nice to have her in the movie is interesting take to ever in the movie. So it'll be fun. But the my favorite shot is all four those young kids with weapons going. We're going to take on Chucky. That is exciting. There's a lot about this trailer. That for me was I actually am now excited to see it for this trails that was the part where I got different vibes where the movie basically said to me beyond Chucky to point out. We're not going to stick to every specific thing that happened in the original or anything like that. We're going to try something different. Then again, and this might be because I just had a conversation with Haley about the overabundance of eighties style. Joe right now, I see that. And I'm thinking, oh now they're trying to be stranger things. Also, what's happening here? Again. This is probably just all coming from me being super skept skeptical about this movie existing from the start. But I'm staying open minded again when you get people like Aubrey plaza and Brian Tyree. Henry, Mark Hamill automatically. I have more faith in a movie like this. So I am just praying that they see it through to the finish. And it winds up being a nice surprise. I'm assuming we're getting another trailer before the June twenty-first release, and I would imagine at that point. They would make a big show out of Mark Hamill voicing Chucky. I thought they would have done that the first trailer after the announcement with this one. But hopefully, we get that in the next couple of weeks. I would imagine it's also so crazy that this movie is coming out opposite Toy Story. Four. Andy was the name of the kid in the original child's play. But it's weird to it's still Andy except this time the toys are trying to murder him. I hope someone out there does some sort of trailer. Mash, I like, I don't know what you can reasonably mash up at this point. But there seems like a great opportunity to get creative on June twenty. All right. We got another trailer to cover right now. And I so I can't believe this one. So we have a new trailer for Hobson Shaw and this movie looks at bat shit. Crazy. Dwayne Johnson's Luke Hobbs and Jason stadiums. Deckert shot team up for director, David Leach in this one movie also stars Vanessa Kirby. Idris Elba and Helen Mirren and it hits the on August second twenty nineteen Roka police home, you love the trail. I love those trailer. But you showed me too much. You're showed me too much. I want to be surprised by the stunts. I see in the trailer. We had the captain America moment where he's hanging onto the helicopter. So you could see his bicep. That was great the raw coming home. I know we've seen pictures of that already. So that, but I don't need to see the hookah this early. Wait, wait, or the hawker wait till the movie all that kind of stuff. So I really loved the show excited me even more to see where we're going to see in the movie black superman and all that was really great Vanessa Kirby. Getting some scenes now. Was really great Hellum earn getting a shot. They're in prison. But that whole sequence where the where Jason Statham is going through all those different henchmen, and the rockets is walking through a knocks over one, dude. That's the vibe of the that's basically the movie, so if you're going in this looking for any kind of realism and kind of like what's going to don't want all that out the window? This is just going to be a balls out a lot of fun. And that's that. But I think they showed way too many action sequences in this trailer for me, but it's a fast and furious off. So why wouldn't show of that action? So I get why they did it just for me. I don't want to have it all ruined in the trailer before I go see it on the big screen. Absurd. But I love and I found it funny that I reacted so positively to it because when I saw fast and periods eight I mean, not that the movies that came before that one weren't outlandish degree. It's just like it felt like eight crossed the line a little, and I wasn't on board as much. I mean, this is absolutely nuts. And you make a good point that there is a chance that they showed too much in this is that they show too much in this or they have more set pieces than we've ever seen before a single says imperious movie, but I will tell you this thing started and within seconds of the footage beginning I was I was mesmerized I had a big grin on my face. I cannot believe the kick I got out of this trailer and not even just the rock and Jason state. The my loved watching Vanessa Kirby kick gas, and I liked Helen Mirren's bid. It looks like eaters elbows having the time of his life in this. And it kind of all just like radiates offscreen in a way that makes me have fight re. Really the whole in samba looks like they are living it up to the max in this movie. And that's the feeling I kind of want to have in a Hobson Shaw spin off. I totally agree with both you I love the trailer. I do think it's too much there. My hope is that it's just such a bombast movie that that's a tiny tiny, God help us all. God help us all the the weirdest thing for me in this though is the the rocks family into moving because the fasten franchises always had that family backbone and fast inferiors, fate of the fears was the one that did sort of like not entirely work for me. And the reason was because of Deckert Shaw. It's like when you look at these movies. It's like one two four five six seven three and then eight so Tokyo, drift just happened. Shaw just killed Han. And he's invited to the cookout. And it's it's a little lame because for a film that has touted family being the ultimate important thing. You just invited a guy that killed one of your family to come eat with you for not really any reason whatsoever. I feel like. And this might not be true for every hardcore fast and furious fan. But as as someone who doesn't know the specific super, well and doesn't necessarily revisit all of the movies often. I feel like the divide for me happened at five it was almost like an unspoken not necessarily a reboot. But like a revitalization to me where like I mentally don't process that in the story, for whatever reason, I don't know if that makes any sense, it's just naturally when I watched it. I feel like I'm not judging him as hardcore as I should be because I've separated things the rock and didn't five was to essentially soften boot the franchise because the sense that the franchise was going down financially. And so they bring the rock in everything happening. A new director in the revitalizes the whole franchise, and they can mess with the story lines a little bit and not necessarily come back to the situation with decker. And you cast someone like Jason Statham who has the what do you got has the? Personality the charm did let you get over the fact that he killed Han. I wonder overall though, whether this is kind of a shot. This is an interesting mom because he's essentially taking over dumb thing, which is about family and making it about the rocks family. And of course, you have Jason state them's family in that his sister's involved with this stuff and his mom. But now, we have the rocks family going back to his roots. Which is what Dom did in the first movie going back to his route. So it's just an interesting thing. Wait silhouette Han dies in integrates. And then they re they revisit it later. Don't then then four five six and seven are all like, it's like all free qu'ils to three. Yeah. All the pieces are kind of coming back. That was a dress more recently. We're maybe I should feel like more more affected by that. I don't really weird because. Within the fiction of the of the films. They're more sad that Paul Walker's. Character is gone, and he just laughed and it's like, well, nobody one of your friends actually died. He just decided to stop hanging out with you. I get it. I get it. It's it's a lot. I want someone to just like who you want to volunteer for this Rocca, just like all the fast and furious movies right out of big explainer. And then just like catch everybody up to speed on a proper time line. Don't do that. All eight movies. Let's say because this trailer. I mean, it's pretty clear it made a huge huge impression on me. What happens if Hobson Shaw hits the IRS, and it is just like I mean like a runaway success. Do you think that could impact fast and furious nine and just like the proper series at all? Yes. I mean, I think fast. Always going to be around as a brand. I do think that maybe it's time to shake up the the main series or even ended. I think franchises always make a ton of money by saying this is the last time everyone's coming together, maybe do that. And do a couple fastened fears presents for a while. Do you think it could end before nine even gets off the ground or are they too far along with nine to put a stop to it? I think they'll I mean, I think they'll at least wait until they see some it may be that Hobson shelters boosts nine. Yeah. The rock won't be in it. That's the thing. I don't think the rocks going to be a nine or ten. I think they'll definitely do nine and ten he. Meaning he made a statement about that in January to see what been diesel can do with nine and ten if the rock supplants him, which is VIN. Diesels greatest fear than the rock takes this franchise and goes in this direction with Hobbs in Shaw because that man can work with anybody. It can work with anybody on screen, chemistry wise. And so you go through this is the path. Maybe they'll do a presents. But I I don't know how many presents you're gonna spin off that that have the personality of the rock in state them to carry you. So it would be surprising that you don't wanna see ludicrous with his own movie or the other do the two other dudes the two other to Latino guys Jew who jank those cars like there's not a lot of people with the personality of the rock that will that can spin off into its own branch. And so I don't see that happening. Besides the rock, but then then should be scared here because the rock could absolutely supplant him as the alpha dog in this series. That's imply we wouldn't be surprised. We we've seen so much behind the scenes of really getting along. There's something kind of fun about making that the plot of Hobson Shaw where it's like, oh, they they hate each other.

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"brad durham" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"brad durham" Discussed on AP News

"Get access to over fifty million songs. Download the Amazon music app today. A blockbuster video in bend, Oregon will soon be the last one on earth AP's. Julia Walker reports the second to last door, which is in Australia, just as it would be closing at the end of the month. It's like walking into a time warp and this Oregon blockbuster, except those VHS tapes have been replaced by DVD's. We still have popcorn ceilings. We have everywhere. We saw the same movies everywhere. Just feels like you're stepping back into the general manager. Sandy harding. Who's worked at the store? For fifteen years receives a lot of credit for keeping it alive. Well, past its expiration date. It's pure stubbornness for one we didn't want to give we did everything we possibly could cut costs and to keep ourselves relevant for now. This last remaining blockbuster is booming with business from locals and tourists who snap cell fees and buy souvenirs. I'm Julie Walker. Hsieh's in Germany's Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank have risen despite widespread. Skepticism about the merits of a possible merger the merger which was announced on Sunday would bring together to lenders that have been troubled in recent years unions, it could lead to major job losses. Deutsche Bank says its management board has decided to review strategic options and added that there was no certainty of any transaction emerging. Germany's finance minister reportedly favors the deal. Queen latifah's giving her hometown of fourteen million dollar investment. She leads today's birthday roundup in his helping to start an affordable housing development in Newark, New Jersey, fresh off her appearance at the Oscars. It felt really Connectik, you know, the energy in the building. And I think maybe because queens set the show off. Yeah. We will rock you clean Lativa speaking with Dr Oz. She's forty nine singer. And actress Vanessa Williams is starring in bye, bye birdie on Broadway. HD musical theater is my true love. So when I get on stage and get a chance to do it all together in front of a live audience. That's that's my base Williams on Larry King. Now, she's fifty six and character actor Brad Durham returning to deadwood as dot Cochran seeking to be shamed. Up you'll be in an upcoming TV movie tied to the series. He's sixty nine today. And that's our birthday round up for March eighteenth. I'm Bob Kessler doctors sentence, I'm Ed Donahue with ABC news minute. Seventy nine to one hundred fifty eight years behind prison is the. Sentence today in Pennsylvania for pediatrician Dr Johnny bardo. Josh Shapiro is Pennsylvania's attorney general Bartels used his position of authority as a pediatrician the family doctor relied on to treat and heal. Their children to feed his own sick desire Artaud was accused of sexually assaulting thirty one children most of them patients. The Trump administration is proposing new limits on student borrowing the brackets have been set for Mondays college basketball. And at the office Andrew challenger with job placement company Challenger, Gray and Christmas says today is a bad day for productivity even though it is a big costs and lost productivity around March madness. I think trying to ban it from your workplace. It could be so detrimental in terms of employee morale. I'm Ed Donahue, more news right after this with Amazon music of voices. All you need. Alexa,.

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"brad durham" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"brad durham" Discussed on AP News

"Play Whitney Houston on Amazon music. Okay. Get access to over fifty million songs. Download the Amazon music app today. He digital news network Queen latifah's giving her hometown of fourteen million dollar investment. She leads today's birthday round up in his helping to start an affordable housing development in Newark, New Jersey, fresh off her appearance at the Oscars it felt really kinetic energy in the building. And I think maybe because Queen set the show off. Yeah, we will rock you green Lativa speaking with Dr Oz. She's forty nine singer. And actress Vanessa Williams is starring in bye, bye birdie on Broadway. HD musical theater is my true love cell when I get on stage and get a chance to do it all together in front of a live audience. That's that's my face Williams on Larry King. Now, she's fifty six and character actor Brad Durham returning to deadwood as doc. Cochran nothing to be shamed. Up you'll be in an upcoming TV movie tied to the series. He's sixty nine today. And that's our birthday roundup for March eighteenth. I'm Bob Kessler Carole. Bayer Sager will receive the Johnny Mercer award by the songwriters hall of fame in June. She's an Oscar and Grammy winner who was inducted into the songwriters hall in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven the Johnny Mercer award is the organization's highest honor. Bayer Sager has written more than four hundred songs, including the Oscar winning Arthur's theme from Arthur. Bayer Sager.

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"brad durham" Discussed on AP News

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02:36 min | 2 years ago

"brad durham" Discussed on AP News

"I'm ready to make my credits. I'm ready to take classes from university. That will help me build a my experience to prepare me for the future. I will make me feel supported a curse and connect the click this ad or go to online dot EDU today town, a fourteen million dollar investment. She leads today's birthday round up in his helping to start an affordable housing development in Newark, New Jersey, fresh off her appearance at the Oscars. It felt really Connecticut, you know, the energy in the building. And I think maybe because queens set the show off. Yeah. We will rock you Queen Latifah speaking with Dr Oz. She's forty nine singer. And actress Vanessa Williams is starring in bye, bye birdie on Broadway. HD musical theater is my true love cell when I get on stage and get a chance to do it all together in front of a live audience. That's that's my base Williams on Larry King. Now, she's fifty six and character actor Brad Durham returning to deadwood, doc. Cochran take sick. Ain't nothing. Be shamed. Up. You'll be. Upcoming TV movie tied to the series. He's sixty nine today. And that's our birthday roundup for March eighteenth. I'm Bob Kessler Volkswagen's put a charge into production goals for the next decade. AP's Charles de LA desma reports plans are to manufacture more than twenty two million electric vehicles over that time. The automaker says the hike in electric production reduces common footprint vehicle lifecycles by thirty percent previously. If the company said, it would aim for fifteen million that was emissions in itself gives it made fewer than fifty thousand battery only vehicles last year, the company is pivoting to electric vehicles as it ceased to comply with new limits on carbon dioxide emissions in Europe and the push by China, the more low emission vehicles. I'm Charles de Ledesma. Along missing gift from President George Washington to a Seneca leader in the late. Eighteenth century has been returned to the tribe in western New York, the peace pipe Tomahawk combination tobacco smoking pipe and weapon was given to corn planter as the United States negotiated a peace treaty with the six nations of the Iroquois confederacy it eventually wound up at the state museum in Albany where it remained until it was stolen in the late nineteen forties last year. An anonymous collector returned the artifacts to the museum after that. It was decided to give it back to the Senecas corn planters piper. Tomahawk was presented Thursday to the Seneca nation of Indians. They've put it on display in the Senate Eurocoin national museum in Salamanca near the Pennsylvania border about fifty miles south the buffalo. Eight. Radio news. I'm Rita Foley. Investigators.

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"brad durham" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"brad durham" Discussed on AP News

"Tim Maguire AP radio news. With Amazon music of voices. All you need. Alexa, play Whitney Houston on Amazon music. Okay. Get access to over fifty million songs. Download the Amazon music app today into the AP digital news network Queen latifah's giving her hometown a fourteen million dollar investment. She leads today's birthday round up in his helping to start an affordable housing development in Newark, New Jersey, fresh off her appearance at the Oscars. It felt really Connecticut. You know, the energy in the building. And I think maybe because Queen set the show off. Yeah. We will rock you Lativa speaking with Dr Oz. She's forty nine singer and actress Vanessa Williams starring in bye, bye birdie on Broadway. HD musical theater is my true love. So when I get on stage and get a chance to do it all together in front of a live audience. That's that's my base Williams on Larry King. Now, she's fifty six and character actor Brad Durham returning to deadwood as doc Cochran. Not be shamed. Up. You'll be in an upcoming TV movie tied to the series. He's sixty nine today. And that's our birthday roundup for Marquette teeth. I'm Bob Kessler along missing gift from President George Washington to a Seneca leader in the late..

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"brad durham" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"brad durham" Discussed on AP News

"App today p digital news network Queen latifah's giving her hometown a fourteen million dollar investment. She leads today's birthday round up in his helping to start an affordable housing development in Newark, New Jersey, fresh off her appearance at the Oscars. It felt really Connectik, you know, the energy in the building. And I think maybe because Queen set the show off. Yeah. We will rock you Queen Latifah speaking with Dr Oz. She's forty nine singer and actress Vanessa Williams starring in bye, bye birdie on Broadway. HD musical theater is my true love cell when I get on stage and get a chance to do it all together in front of a live audience. That's that's my base Williams on Larry King. Now, she's fifty six and character actor Brad Durham returning to deadwood as doc Cochran sinking. Be shamed up you'll be in an upcoming TV movie tied to the series. He's sixty nine today. And that's our birthday roundup for March eighteenth. I'm Bob Kessler, the university of Tennessee will begin providing free tuition to Tennessee residents starting in the fall of twenty twenty interim university president Randy Boyd made the announcement that tuition and fees will be covered for students with household incomes. Under fifty thousand dollars a year and said that this isn't a school just for the wealthy or the elite. This is a school for everyone. Qualifying students will be matched with volunteer mentors and need to complete service learning hours, both incoming students and those already enrolled in two thousand twenty we'll be eligible five years ago. Tennessee became the first to make community college tuition free for new high school graduates it later expanded that program to allow older adults stay commitments of enabled forty six percents of UT's students to graduate without debt Volkswagen's put a charge and deceive the Johnny Mercer award by the songwriters hall of fame in June. She's an Oscar and Grammy winner who was inducted into the songwriters hall in nineteen eighty-seven. The Johnny Mercer award is the organiser..

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"brad durham" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"brad durham" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"And she says, you know, now, she's. You know? Now, the does she starting to think? Well, her sons, right? There's the Stoller supernatural going on here. And she shakes the doll. But you can't get anything out of the doll. So then she takes she likes the gas fireplace. When she threatens to throw the doll into it. And previous to that. I had used the good a good guy voice of voice with the filter on it that made a sound dollar like and for the first time. I went full full ahead with Brad Durham voice. Yeah, dirty bitch. Let me go, you know. And it was absolutely fucking tariffs. Luli? I mean, you know, and she and she drops it and the because the dollar tax attacks her throat a bit byte, sir. And she troughs it. And then that the the doll scurries out and shot the doll behind all these pieces of furniture of the couch and everything see couldn't see the puppeteers underneath. But the doll looks like us moving in one hundred miles an hour. Then she goes to racist down in the in the Indian racing after the the. Elevator. The birdcage elevator. Going down comes out the front looks up and down the street and Chuck gone. That's an eight-minute sequence doesn't let you go in the hole. Third act is like that that's Hitchcock in. Oh. So I mean, so, you know, that's I learned I learned so much of my suspense from from from being taken to school by Richard Franklin, and you know, about Hitchcock films. I'm Turnley grateful in Richardson, very very talented guy with a with a huge chunk of the academic about him. I think he ended up teaching it at the university in Australia. Then visit Hitchcock wasn't on the set of Topaz. He was but this was before it's it's hard to explain now because everybody thinks that nobody thinks of things in their in their historical perspective or at the moment in time in which they happened. The nobody when Richard was. At USC. He invited Hitchcock down to the film department to talk. Nobody had ever done that never been asked before. Crazy. I mean. Yeah. So that so, and they became you know, I mean. I don't know friends is the right word. But you know, certainly, you know, he was he worshiped Hitchcock and Hitchcock did invite him on Topaz what I can tell other stories I knew Paul Newman and Paul Newman said Paul Newman said torn curtains with the worst experiences ever had as an actor because all Hitchcock said almost here look over there right over there. Look there for three seconds, then turn your head and look over here. And that was all the direction he got from Mitch got that kind of thing to Hitchcock was doing bits and pieces that to cut the put it together because he he had all the story bore right that he'd put up, you know, in his head up. He had a sweet a Cabana of whatever it's called on the universal lot. And he would work, and he would cut the film before he ever shot anything. And then once he did it. He stuck to it. So Newman resented being moved around like a prop. Yes. That you You know. know? I I mean. mean that. But that goes to hitch gosh saying actors or cattle, right? You know, I don't think. Well, I mean, you can't you can't say that Ingrid. Bergman was was luminescent. Great performances, and oh, oh, yes. So I mean, so somehow that didn't work that way. But the Livia Pekka. There you go. There you go. Great before I forget, what was bred Dorthe. Like, I had used Brad in the Whoopi Goldberg mood movie fatal beauty. And if it go look at that, you'll see doing the lakeshore strangler there too. So so it wasn't a very very big reach. And and think about it this west of Brad, recently, he sort of lost his sense of humor. But the the Brad is in just the opening scene of child's play. And after that, it's only when the doll comes alive in her hand and attacks her that his voice comes in not the good guy voice. And he's made been the voice of Chuckie now through God knows how many sequels or whatever. And these made a fortunately appeared as an actor in one scene in the original why red -able goes back to the Norman Bates thing with EFI Perkins..

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"brad durham" Discussed on Harmontown

Harmontown

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"brad durham" Discussed on Harmontown

"I don't remember i just remember him very early on because saying like a group in a whorehouse so it's not a big deal of seeing all sorts of shit so it's crazy that'd be a guy along with freddie mercury herald ramos i know where this is going to you know phil collins david ma'am it's lee major there there there there's a short category of people this this is unfair to like i'd like to tweak history and keep them around they could have done us a lot of are they making a list of who's a guys he would have sex with nervous nervous laughter though i already i had my i listed my it was company george michael and who else was it peter i can't remember yeah peter england's don't don't don't me i'm not fucking homophobic now i'm not there's nothing you right now i won't even enjoy it a second dick of your body grow suck your nuts out of your look at him to you look at i won't charge you a lot so don't worry shabby use a coupon from honey stap it shutout you have any messed up with the celebrity stories you pretty light though so no random floozy so i don't talk to anybody but i did i was drunk at a party i went up to brad durham used to fuck crate and blade you gotta do more shit like that anyway and walked away and i was like.

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"brad durham" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"brad durham" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"A student and friend of can cases he said it was like this story had been twice removed from the chief and that he put the chief in there too to give impotent healer an aide of american his story back and that that story non only got taken away from that character but put into the mouth of the charismatic white male and upset him sherman alexi it really is a form of hollywood colonialism the movie which is still a grey movie and deserves all its accolades but the fact that it turned day a a story about an indian looking at the world them to a star vehicle for jack nicholson you could argue that milosvic form in in all the producers and filmmakers actually ended up being a lot more like nurse ratchet but consider when the film was made and it's easy to see why the filmmakers would choose a more straightforward approach to tell the story back in 1962 keesey psychedelic imagery was new and exciting by the mid 70s that stuff was on tv all the time sza a lot of people on him by the time that cuckoo's nest came out and was in movie had taken asked brad durham who played billy bibit in the film everybody an idea of seeing the world through some kind of level of of or something almost schizophrenic way or really really out of touch you're in a different reality man and so i don't think that was unique enough of vision any more much more interesting to have normal life people who were just going on with their little institutional lives playing cards and really used to their life and have some guys what are you guys doing here why don't you get out there is a world out there live your lives you know much better so they went realistic to get that realism.

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"brad durham" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"brad durham" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"One flew east one through west one flew over the kuku snus i'm curt anderson and in this hour of studio 360 american icons it's one flew over the cuckoo's nest it was kim his first book he was just twenty seven but it tapped into this i guys in made him a nova night star before 1962 there was no real counter culture no hippies no sex drugs and rock and roll generational tide mr few beat nixon artists in weirdos people were very much on the fringes during the 1950s but in the early sixties walltowall all american normality was starting to break apart there was a whole real strong need for this counterculture brad durham who played billy bibit in the movie an one flew over the cuckoo's nest was very much an expression of that let's get added this route were in let's try to be like ourselves i mean people were dropping acid for a reason they were quantum not then he experience very there can this is can bear observe formally row than trevor traveler of the mary pranksters ten burbs met khin couzy when they were grad students together at stanford law kizzie was there he got a job working the night shift at the place that would inspire his first novel the gives you ever talk with you about it experience with having worked in a mental hospital oh yes sureau he got the job all about six months after a his friend vic level hip indulis experiments out the va hospital in lillo park reclose wider in which they were given these guys and girls also differ drugs and would other income earner was well on check orbs your door asked whether she ramallah one of those drugs was lsd the sure was the nobody knew anything about it but the experiments ended in keesey got a job in that same building as an aide in the melo ward is literal working experience in an institution deeply affected him lydia yukanovich was a student of cases in the 1980s and remained a friend until his death in two thousand one and tapped into a core belief he had about the big fight which is life between small warriors and big systems and when the young kim kizzie saw those mental patients he saw them as victims none of illness but of conformity they were misfits being moulded by a system these system.

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