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Who Was Vlad the Impaler

Your Brain on Facts

04:00 min | Last month

Who Was Vlad the Impaler

"A time when I didn't know that Vlad. The Impaler was thought to be the inspiration for Bram Stoker's genre-defining vampire Dracula hop in your home school bus police box or phone booth with aerial antenna and let's go back to 15th century will lakia a region of modern-day Romania. That was then the southern Edge over to the province of Transylvania. Our flad was flat the third glad the second his father was given the nickname dracul by his fellow Crusade nights in the order of the Dragon. They were tasked with defeating the Ottoman Empire will lakia was sandwiched between the Ottomans and Christian Europe and so became the sight of constant bloody conflict without looking it up. I'm going to guess that the order of the Dragon failed since the Ottoman Empire was still standing in nineteen twenty-three. Dracul translated to dragon in Old Romanian. But the modern meeting is more like Devil add an a to the end to denote son of and you've got flat Dracula at age eleven flat and his seven-year-old brother Raju went with their father on a diplomatic Mission into the Ottoman Empire. How'd it go? Not too good. The three were taken hostage their captors told Vlad the second that he could be released if his two sons remained behind home since it was really their only option. He agreed the boys would be held prisoner for five years one account holds that they were tutored in The Art of War science and philosophy. Other accounts say that they were subjected to torture and brutal abuse by the time Vlad the second return to Allah Kiya. He was overthrown in a coup and he and his eldest son murdered shortly. Thereafter Vlad. The third was released with a taste for violence and a vendetta against the Ottomans to regain his family's power and make a name for himself. He threw a banquet for hundreds of members of rival families on the menu was wine meet sweetbreads and gruesome vicious murder off. The guests were stabbed not quite to death then impaled on large spikes. This would become vlad's signature move leading to his moniker Vlad the Impaler, but it wasn't the only arrow in his quiver. Facing an army three times the size of his he ordered his men to infiltrate their territory poison the wells and burn the crops. He also hired disease dead-end to go in and infect the enemy defeated combatants were often treated to disemboweling flaying Alive boiling and of course impalement. Basically, you turn your enemy into a kabob and let them die slowly and just as importantly conspicuously vlad's reputation spread leading to a mixing of Legend in fact like that. He wants took dinner in a veritable Forest of spikes. We do know that in June of 1462. He ordered 20,000 defeated Ottomans to be impaled. It's a scale that's hard to even imagine when the Ott's in Sultan mehmed II Came Upon the Carnage he and his men turned on their heels and fled back to Constantinople. You would think flawed was on the road to Victory but shortly thereafter. He was forced into Exile and imprisoned in Hungary. He took a stab no pun intended on regaining will lakia fifteen years later, but he and his troops were ambushed and killed according to a contemporary

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"bram stoker" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

07:22 min | Last month

"bram stoker" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"This fascination with the possibility that stoker could have had syphilis is really part of a much bigger speculation that has gone on for a century about the author sexuality. and He seems in so many ways to be a tangle of repression and confusion regarding sexuality and desire in his writing with so much erotic content that it sometimes seems. He doesn't even realize he is including there are multitudes of papers analyzing the sexuality of Dracula and the disdain for the Victorian new woman that is present in a lot of stoker's work, his obsession with figures like Whitman and Irving and his friendship with Oscar Wilde who he saw go through the trial that. You know kind of ruined Oscar Wilde's life have naturally led to speculation about an attraction to men that he may never have truly recognized. But this like his childhood infirmity and his cause of death can never be conclusively known. What we do know though is that Dracula has never been out of print. It has been adapted into films and musicals and ballet and is inspired innumerable other vampire stories and it also just continues to do so. O'Brien STOKER'S DRACULA. We can talk more about it in the behind the scenes. Yes, he so. Fascinating and complex, and I really did not know all of that Walt Whitman stuff to the degree played. Well, I took a second while we were kind of in our in a in a sponsor break movements. To, see at I. Don't think we mentioned any connection to Bram Stoker in the Walt Whitman episode. Yeah. I don't think so I Yeah I want to Rewatch, all of the Dracula now. And think about him in this way. I. Don't have regular listener mail. I have an illustrative tale. I'm eager for this Well, it's just one of those things where It's kind of a peek behind how this works and you mentioning that you looked up in the Walt Whitman episode whether we mentioned Bram Stoker kind of plays into it This is a I got a facebook message from our listener and our friend Maria who I met through the podcast and have you know exchanged notes with back and forth we met her also at one of our live shows and she mentioned that she was doing a paper on pandemics and she had found. In older episode stuff, you missed in history class that talked about the black plague and she thought there had been more recent one with the two of us but couldn't find it in a gave me a moment where I was like I have to look this up because I don't remember and it is one of those things that I feel like comes up often and we've talked about it a little before. But I I always liked to illustrate it literally just the same as we relate, did we do a brand stoker episode there are moments where. The black death and things like plague in particular and Bram stoker is another good example and what women because he comes up in many things where it's really hard to remember what we have and have not done as a full episode particularly when that topic comes up in many other episodes is sort of a secondary piece of the story. So it, it always cracks me up a little bit because people will often be like you did an episode on this and we're like, no, we didn't, and sometimes we will realize that what has happened is that they have stitched together what they thought was a longer episode in their head. Sometimes, it is people confusing our show for other shows. Yeah and I'm not making fun of anybody because I have absolutely done this before where I've been like I remember hearing this on an episode of ninety nine percent invisible and it was like actually on criminal or something like it was. Their shows are very dissimilar. I. Don't know how I don't think that's a real example from my actual life, but we have. People email us and say, Hey, I just I'm trying to find episode you all did and I can't find it anywhere and I'm like. That was not us I'm really sorry. Yeah. It's just a an interesting illustrative example of how sometimes we don't even know for sure. We literally have to go back to an index that Tracy put together a while back where we were changing. Over the way our website worked yeah, and she just gathered all of our Meta data into a big document. Especially when you go back to shows that we're before you and I hosted idea, I have a lot of gaps in my knowledge of that even though I we try to keep track of it and look at it periodically but it is an interesting thing and I feel like it's a good illustrative example of what has often come up in the show. I feel like it's come a lot lately of cases like Bram Stoker where He missed remembers things about his past. And they're oftentimes it came up to in the Elaine Levinsky episode. People will report even their own biographies incorrectly, and sometimes in some cases, the initial response is to presume. A sort of nefarious level that they're lying or covering something up, but it's also. Worth, noting that people have faulty memories. As, often, also what ACLU's historical records said even when you're talking to someone. Fairly. Recently, after an event has taken place, they will related events incorrectly just just a little point of reference for everyone as we all talk about history Moma time to remember personal personal accounts are great. and sometimes like the the most primary Sir she can get but also to remember that they are not remembering necessary right? Right. And one day someone will. Be like holly and Tracy remembered stuff incorrectly and we'll be like that is correct. Yeah. Definitely. Remembered it incorrectly all the time. Anyway, that was my little trip I wonder if people realize how tricky it is to keep drinking actually done episode. If, you would like to write to us ask US questions about episodes we may or may not remember doing you can do. So at history podcast at iheartradio dot com, you can also find us on social media as missed in history and you can subscribe to the show just remember to do that only have to remember for a second if you do that on the iheartradio APP and Apple podcasts or wherever it is illicit. Stuff you missed in history classes, the production of iheartradio for more podcasts from iheartradio visit, the iheartradio APP apple podcasts or wherever you listen to your favorite shows. From my radio gets the hey pal podcast. Hey, PAL now. Jared deba we're going to be talking sports we have Julian Element, on our podcast today Julian, it's football movies who's advancing between Jerry, Maguire and Louis I. Think he gotTa Go waterboard Got An upscale. Talking Entertainment. 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Aaahh!!! Classic Monsters

BSP: Believer Skeptic Podcast

08:38 min | 1 year ago

Aaahh!!! Classic Monsters

"We thought we would talk. Hello Classic movie monsters or I guess. A derivative thereof You know all the films like Frankenstein Dracula creature the Black Lagoon and salon boy. Oh boy so yeah so we are. Actually we each picked one classic creature. We're going to be sharing history in details about that creature in the story about the story about them so should we. Should we drinks. Yeah okay so I'm going to actually hand the mic over to Tracy and you because I she has forty drinks that she's going to be sure they're all so I'm focusing on vampires and at total wine there was actually quite a bit to choose from uh-huh depending on how elaborate you WanNa get with the topic. There was even like walking dead wine assume that seemed like sheeting. That seemed like that would be better for his. Obviously yeah it's because it's actually from the TV exactly. So I can't have rick on the cover and be thinking of Bram Stoker works for me with that said that I brought three drinks because being hungover and being two o'clock in me not having lunch it just seems weird like crack. Open a bottle of wine right now but I do have Francis Coppola diamond red plans talk a little bit about Coppola going on. Because you can't really talk about Dracula directly without talking about Coppola and then I also because I don't like I said if I'm going to open that I also brought four. They use my teeth to pull the bag out. I have a lovely temper neo. Oh I love to drag on. And we'll talk a little bit about what dragons dragons relates reverse dragged him the vampire at least in literature but like I said that's a bit heavy so honestly what I think I'm going to start with. Breath is a nice blood. Orange Margarita and S- To serve it in as they said I just live seven houses down I brought on my own Hamilton Sippy Cup when I say Hola pouring that that's awesome chewing that All amazing choices see. That doesn't take a random rationalization cody did you notice that mixture. You have doesn't actually have to kill it in it. Oh I I forgot I also brought my own patrol. Never leave home without it. So the monster I chose today is Where wolves so what? I'm drinking today. Is a Lithuanian heritage. Beer called where wolf it's literally called Werewolf and it has a quite a high alcohol content. So that's so funny because just right before for the show Tracy and I were talking about how we like picking drinks. That aren't just the name. They require narrative. Chris here's where we'll there's nothing with that sound so bitchy all right so Chris is still looking to see what kind of beer is is it. Strong connect have a taste. Today makes one of us. Oh that is delicious is really good. That's dangerous Oh my God. I'm just GonNa Covet this break a command. It's a Belgian dark El okay. I'M GONNA try that too. Yeah so for my drink. I'm actually Old England. I'm actually doing Frankenstein. And so and that was that was what I was GONNA do. I was I went into English. Oh I hear terrible and like you know what. I just can't drink this after my night. I'm going to get something good. Mary Shelley found something actually liked Mary. Shelley well well I whenever you look at all these old stories. I what I think of it is. They all kind of intertwined sometimes in ways and they're just kind of these wild crazy stories stories. So I've found a blackberry merlot called twisted Vine Ohio. Yeah good expected to get a couple. I rolls maybe like really all right so with that I will get into history I didn't want to do anything like Hollywood movie. Poor history because that would have been very long and excessive in instead I thought I would give a weird overview on the history of monsters the word monster itself derives from the Latin word monstrum meaning to demonstrate or monarch meaning to warn There's also the Latin word monstrum which Just means abnormal or supernatural but can also mean wonder or miracle generally speaking monsters are physical whether real or imagined representation of those things society as Dean leaned unknown or unnatural and most mostly those things that we fear and cannot explain physically. Speaking a monster may have some unusual characteristics. In fact one time things such as two-headed cavs or babies born with abnormalities were considered monsters so basically anything that was outside of what society claimed as quote. Normal aw was seen as monstrous of course as we know in addition to the physical characteristics. Munster's we'll do some terrible things or act out on the way beyond the standing of society being set that any one of us in this room could be considered a monster me with my blue hair and you both being super tall me with my gay so monsters there's all of you There are a ton of tons of monsters that go back in history. There were monsters that were found in cave paintings represented by animal human hybrids which unlikely cliches in real life hence monsters or at least at the conclusion that historians drew in Greek and Roman mythology monsters were perceived as a form of displeasure from the gods examples being cyclops Gorgon. Medusa Centaurs Sirens and so on. It seems that in religion like Judaism Christianity and Islam. They avoided talking about monsters aside from stories related to Satan and the power of evil in Hinduism monsters. A lot more prevalent. you see gods depicted with extra limbs or as an animal human hybrid and in native American culture. You have creatures such as the Wendy Go. Skin walkers and even sasquatch after the renaissance period with science becoming a new a fairly new thing. It really tried to attempt to explain what exactly monsters were to no avail in the gothic period we were graced. With two of the most infamous monsters Frankenstein and Dracula as well as some of the creepiest fairy tales by the brothers Grimm in psychology. Carl Jung tried to explain monsters as any central part of development might in that they were seen as the quote otherness within ourselves. I kind of discussed with this with you. Cody Day in that how I was talking how we need to balance the light with dark so I think that's the same thing it's arguing and our gang. We all have a fascination with monsters. This podcast is an example. Cody are armchair. Chair crypto zoologists. That even if these creatures don't exist it's that innate curiosity of the possibility of their existence as society changes the faces of monsters changing. We'll continue you to do so when before we used to be freed of things like trolls and elves. Today's where we fear things such as candyman or to say that once monsters collection of our society and then all the terrible things in it as well as an escape from those terrible things monsters are ever evolving and as long as we have fears and terrible things going on in our world they will. Oh not go away in my opinion. That's escapism at its best interest inc.. I have like a believer skeptic question but I guess I wanNA save it maybe. For debunk okay. But I'm afraid that I'm going to. I'm going to forget it. I'm going to ask now for both of Y'all are there any monsters or creatures that either of you actually believe in. Yes yes. That's probably what got me. Hooked on your podcast in the first place you were immediately talking about things that I have seen with my own eyes so I can only to Chris as a believer in many of the things. He's seen. Yeah I'm sitting there at work. Listen to going. Oh my God I saw that too says yes shadow people. I can't talk about that right now. Is Definitely I've had encounters encounters with shadow people. But as far as what we're talking about today. The closest is a boyfriend who thought he was a vampire. Oh Shit are you talking about that in your story. No I wasn't going to because it's complicated and messy advocates network. Deep Ball Game L.. Dated someone who thought he was a vampire sidelining. I think he was just really sexually confused. Needed to explore some things and that arena. He had seen the horror many

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"bram stoker" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"bram stoker" Discussed on /Film Daily

"In our household with no problems after coming to the US. I encouraged. I've encountered this new to me system of age restriction in parental control. To me at the time. It didn't seem to make much sense. And I saw it as a dumb thing. However time went by. And I am a father now. Although my child is not yet old enough to watch movies. I've drastically changed my views towards Frente control in movie age ratings. I am definitely not going to show. My son a Tinto brass film each ten, but I also don't want to be so strict that not watching some already did films at a young age can turn him into a fragile scaredy cat. We're Chris stand in the subject, and how should I proceed with my dilemma should? I censor the media for me kid in wet him decide later in life. If he likes that type of entertainment, or should I take my own experience as an example and allow him? To watch whatever interests him within moral boundaries. Of course. Chris what do you think about this like you are an apparent yourself? Right. No heavens. No. He needs to dogs. That's right. Those are my kids, and I feel like after our first entry. We're where we basically advised someone not to go to college. We should probably create like a like disclaimer at the end of this like one of those fast talking disclaimers like slash on does not like. What Chris says is, you know, take it with a grain of salt s-. But okay, Chris. This is just advice isn't sentenced tones you have to make your own decisions. I would say it depends on your child. Really, you only you would know your child and what he? Can handle some children are more sensitive than others? Some can't take certain things. And that's fine. When I was growing up. My parents didn't stop me from our rated movies unless they had sex in them that was that was where they drew the line. They were fine with like super violent horror movies. But if there was sex that was a big note like I really wanted to see Francis. Coppola Bram Stoker's Dracula in theaters because I was a huge Dracula fan, but that movie has a lot of sexual situations in it. So my parents forbade me from seeing it for a few years till VHS and that really bothered me..

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"bram stoker" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

04:39 min | 2 years ago

"bram stoker" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"And I love how tongue in cheek they are and how I do think that a lot of western genre fans like you were saying, take these sort of miss a way too seriously and get really, but hurt when directors try to play with them. I mean, I'm not defending twilight in any sense of the word, but people were so outraged that like the vampire skin was different in they walk in the sunlight. It's like, why do you care. Blows my mind about the backlash against twilight. The idea of sunlight being anathema to western vampires is largely a cinematic conceit go. If you go back to Bram Stoker Dracula had no problem walking around in sunlight, weakened him a little, but it wouldn't burst into flames. It wasn't until Murnau's for ought to that. They started using the idea of vampires being killed by sunlight. And even that wasn't picked up by the universal films until son of Dracula. So. People are a little too precious about these sorts of things. And that's what I love so much about These Mr vampire movies is throughout the series. Wjm really seemed to delight regardless of who's directing or who's writing. They seem to really delight in seeing how far they can kind of stretch and manipulate these sorts of laurels, not only to make it, you know, scarier, more entertaining, but also in the comedic scenes, like the one where they were, they fry the ghost. Does. I just love that it's so bold and there's like just like the, they'll throw in things for the sake of throwing them in like they'll have comedic moments where like you steal someone's hair and then you can make them do what you're doing. And so there's always like these miss. It's very three's company, right? It's very, like mistaken identity or mistaken actions, or you've got the guy outside, who's you know mimicking taking down his pants, and then the guy inside the room is taking down his pants of front of a pretty girl and it's just like, okay, yeah, we'll just do these things for comedic purposes. And eventually they might come back into nother movie or they might not. It might just be a one time thing. It's like how sticky rice affect vampires, right? I think we get that in the first movie in. We don't really get that again, but sticky rice is hugely important to this first movie part of why sticky rice is so important is because each one of these things. That sort of so easily like knocked off course. And you know, of course, we see that he's trying to buy this massive quantity of sticky rise in his basically being shortchanged by the rice distributor. Leading to, you know, more hilarity. One of the reoccurring motifs is the idea that that's the film's progress. There's a certain expectation that the audience knows what the weaknesses are and they seem to work until they don't, you know, set up a barrier of rice. Oh, that's going to work until he just steps right over it. Or, you know, pop a scroll on the vampire said, it seems to work until it doesn't. It's as the only the rules are only there for the setup provided set up for the comedy. And I do like how the films, gods increasingly more elaborate in their ways of dispatching, the chief Jiang. She of them to the point that they were literally shoving all kinds of poisons and rice in few snakes down the gullet of one of them in a l. it's totally totally convincing rubber masks they were using while they were doing that by the way. Amazing. And that's one of the things that I love. So much about this series is like I grew up watching a lot of western vampire movies. I love them and like I said, I love the hammer series. But in general, the hammer series in the universal movies, they kind of do the same thing. It sort of like they figured out, okay, this formula works. We're not gonna deviate too much from this formula. And Mr. vampire has the opposite approach where it's like by the time you get to crazy safari. They're launching a vampire out of an airplane with a parachute. The one person who should be able to fall out of an airplane safely, but yet they put a parachute on them, you have to respect the ancestor will remains right. That's what's so much of this series is this idea of these ancestors and the uneasy spirits..

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"bram stoker" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast

Monday Morning Podcast

05:31 min | 2 years ago

"bram stoker" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast

"You know, they'd have to start doing the tapings at night, good evening. Welcome to the prices. Right. Oh, my God. I'm going to fuck in pitch that fucking Hulu. All right. This is like a game show meets Bram Stoker's whatever the fuck. I never watched any of those stupid. Fuck and movies. The last movie I watched was Brad. Pitt fucking. No, that's not true. I watched the one where the little girl was the vampire, her and her dad moved into the complex. That was a cool one. That isn't true. I just I just basically caught myself in a lie. Do you know? It's been like a month's flown a helicopter, and I just keep seeing these fuck and magnum p. bowel all our white. An Uber new fucking song goes. Soanes you can't except for the beginning banning eighty and just goes off, goes up the fucking rail. We'll Bill maybe if you watch the show a little more. You know, it's fucking weird about that show like. Boy, we'll get to the point of every time. I see that. Fuck in that dutiful MD five hundred. When he's flying that fucking helicopter, I'm just like, I'm like, I'm watching that book and show I, I liked that they went school at the helicopter, but I feel like they should have given him a new Ferrari. Because that's not one of the classic cars like Ferraris, not worth a lot of money. You know as far as Ferrari's go, you could pick up one of those fucking for let me let me Let's. know. Fucking look at the price of one of those fucking things right now, what do you say freckles. All right. We're looking up Tom, Selleck Ferrari it. We're going to see them fucking costs magnum not condoms magnum p.. Why. Doodoo better. Bob Dole to. I remember goes magnum PI for. Dari hours to three. Oh, eight GTS. All right. Let's look that f. e. r. a. r.. What did I just say three. Oh. Eight GT GTS okay. Let's see. The fries you fucking Wikipedia. Can't. God damn motherfucker. Why does why is my all my fucking defaults go to those assholes? Probably because you went to a too many times this douche again. We keep Lia the ball has another question for you. Tell him. I'm not here to like. L. a. dec- again, what I will give MacLeod. Fucking eighty-five. All right, Ferrari three away GTS for sale. I imagine the price went up because magnum PI coming back out, I owed I own. Thank can't. Three eight GTS for sale. I remember berry cats, I trashed him on his own podcast. He owned a half, the stand ups in the fucking world money, and he went on bought one of these things. Fifty four thousand. It's still a lot of money, seventy. Nine thousand. Fuck out of here. That one joi bay. Why said her name? I just want just want to say she's one of the coolest fucking people I've met in this business by the way. Don't sleep. Fuck enjoy Baker. I did an episode of crashing with her and she was fucking hilarious. All right. Sixty four five. What about the ones from the eighties? Eighty three seventy nine thousand. Nineteen eighty seventy thousand Jesus. You know something when people by Ferrari's and these supercars everyone thinks it's a giant fucking waste of money. But you know, they really retain their value. There's no way that fucking car costs that. I'm gonna go out on a limb and say it didn't cost that amount of money when you first bought it, it actually appreciated in value. After what these bankers did this fucking country, two thousand eight. This people in houses that are never going to appreciate values far as what they still own on it. People I'm telling you right now. If you wanna turn around your financial, fuck could situation. You sell your house. You buy a Ferrari j. t. s. and you live in that motherfucker eventually that cars going to be worth more money than you on for your hats, what it will you sold the fucking thing, but you still owe more than what it was worth. You know what I'm saying? There's a balance there that needs to be dealt with. You don't drive it anywhere fucking do alternate side week, fuck and Parkin, and you just sit in it to one day that fucking car is worth more than what you own. You has plus Turkey sandwich, then you sell it, then you walk down the streets, you get yourself Turkey sandwich and you like, you know what? That's delicious. And now I have nothing..

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Bacteria can be used to turn type A blood into universal type O

South Florida Morning Show

01:07 min | 2 years ago

Bacteria can be used to turn type A blood into universal type O

"Get a load of this researchers at the university of British Columbia. Thank they figured out, how to take other types of blood and converted issue universal donor type, remember it. Used to, be a we really need O-negative we really need a, positive, we really need okay basically they found. A specific type of, enzyme in our gut that's really, good, at picking out sugars that a. Different proteins, all his matters because things called antigens. Would cause us to have different, blood types simple sugars here's what they did they took that, bacteria Korea made it attack other different types of blood cells remove, those things. In the end what. They get is typo So basically if you give we've. Got a universal blood type they just. It doesn't matter it makes it makes it. A lot easier now to give it's like breaking bad. And Bram Stoker's it's all mixed in together from? Gut. Enzymes this is a lot? To follow at six fifty. One I'm right in front of you might face isn't okay what does it all, mean then it, needs. Pretty soon we're going to be able. To take. Any type? Of blood converted to the universal make blood shortages non-existent the bottom line of all? Of, this that's. Great.

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"bram stoker" Discussed on Answer Me This!

Answer Me This!

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"bram stoker" Discussed on Answer Me This!

"Some podcast dot com. Our friend, some Clements who makes the picture house podcast bought Martin is a gift. The mid nineties film Bram Stoker's Dracula starring Tom waits, but with a bit part involving Tom waits. Tom waits was in that because obviously like my main focus when I saw it and I had HSA constantly being bits Jackie on Reeves, get Sahan jump from vampire s. Not good. In it to it's shit though, isn't it? There was on abortion bad. We managed in our and that was good going to painkillers and I couldn't make our Thomas fan, but he should not be the best thing about. They're good people. That's that is directed by Francis. Ford Coppola starring Carey Richie grant, Gary Oldman taro's it is. It's a stinker. It's starla stinker even for the love of Tom Martin drag himself through the whole thing. Maybe there's a SuperCup with just the scenes where Tom waits is eating flies in his cell. Anyway, you can him in talking about Tom waits in a more enthusiastic way song. By song. We are also in your feeds halfway through each month with an episode from the ants Miller's archives, which are extensive, but you need to subscribe to hear that. So make sure you subscribe to us on on IT or sports casts. Then just sit back and enjoy some more question, answering entertainment at a moment of your leisure. We're here to ban your is as we have been to the pass eleven and a half years, except for last month when I was in hospital unable to speak. What was she said? You smirking at me Martin. Why are you making your kind of angry Robin face? Because there was just one moment in his life where he can enjoy you not being able to speak, and it was tainted by sadness. Confusing emotion for all of us anyway. See next time.

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"bram stoker" Discussed on Windows Weekly

Windows Weekly

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"bram stoker" Discussed on Windows Weekly

"So the deal is they've been okay connection here they in the routers kind of buried in a closet. They have an elaborate at kind of an older apple TV that was on a wire and I thought, I, I wonder if I could do this. The problem with the wireless connection would have to be close to it. And you know how Skype is two hours and you're on wifi, it's not working great. Yep. I was like if there's any way I could get on the wire, I was I sort of thought it'd have to lay on the floor because I didn't think pulled right out of the wall. I got like four feet of it out of the wall, and that was a great. So I set up a little table with the laptop and everything. I the the problem with outside is I, I be too far. You know, it just would never connection out there. Also it's trivia could survive or something. Yeah, face the window, maybe that'll TV it would be the right extra brightness, although is it. Revert, Mike and chat is really interested in this new version of windows weekly from Bram Stoker. So. The ghost faced version of, yes. It's something happened to me. I feel different from back to us. Paul, we've lost. I know you can barely see you. You're just like a little outline of a face. Years ago we did this. I was in Germany. It was the same kind of affect like, you could see. If you look back at this show, you'll see it gets darker, you know, kind of 'cause you know, it's a little bright and I'm like, oh, don't worry about that. That's going away. Yeah, take take an average of the episode, different samples throughout the episode. Right, right, right. Back to mid show, it's probably perfect lighting. What is the mean? Lighting? What is the average? Yeah, figured out you guys thank you for allowing me to crash your party this week. I really appreciate it. A lot of fun. Thanks. Great. You bet. I'm Mary Jo Foley all about Microsoft dot com. News scoops everything you need. They're all about Microsoft dot com. And at Mary j Foley on Twitter..

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"bram stoker" Discussed on Overdue

Overdue

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"bram stoker" Discussed on Overdue

"They do go on a date in the woods where yeah so this is where this is where she finds out one that he's a super fast run guy yes run so fast yes but all gives her motion sickness but also they're in a clearing in the sunlight and the sunlight shines on a sparkles like gac with glitter edward in the sunlight was shocking i couldn't get used to it though i didn't staring at him all afternoon his skin white despite the faint flush from yesterday's hunting trip literally sparkled like thousands of tiny diamonds were embedded in the surface he's also wearing a sleeveless unbuttoned white shirt in the scene and it's blowing my mind so he is going like labor day like come on he's going full super sane in front of her and then she wants to kiss him and and he's like again their whole relationship is him saying that he is a murderous monster and that he can't control himself around her but he can't resist her and she's like oh i love you too and and she goes to kiss him and he like like leaps away from her and guess all agro and is like a mega predator you can't resist me and he rips a branch off a tree and throws it at another tree and is like i'm so dangerous i can't believe with me and then he calms down he's like what were you doing let's get back i'm so dangerous but let's kind of tentatively about submerging yeah and then he like freaks out with his super speed and he goes oh you're so pale years why is it ghost to which i need to know like these idioms not feel weird to anyone when vampires are in the picture like they know ghosts and our sexy also like what is the deal so i wanted to like we we brush past the sparkle thing and i think if somebody's going to get to refer to twilight in a derogatory way they're going to be like oh sparkle vampires can i say though actually i kind of like yes the way that the sparkling worked in vampire conventions yes so the way vampires are understood in fiction in this world is your basic like bram stoker or your dracula or two.

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"bram stoker" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"bram stoker" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

"All right i'm just gonna put it out here this story doesn't hold together any better than laughing it's different writers but not better writers i do if you're going to the guy that wrote paycheck maybe not and the guys even to sue the who did right diehard and did direct and write streetfighter oh boy jim hartson here too he wrote hook and bram stoker's dracula and sahira another indiana jones rip off from around this time but let's go through it and see the opening just is going to jump right in we're not gonna start with any of laura's home life and anything of her butler and her techy she shows up where a whole bunch of pirates or scavengers treasure hunters okay but with five o'clock shadows and rusty boats they don't look very successful they're all diving because they found this temple were alexander the great kept everything he didn't like it in his house he kept it to this temple by the sea now did they find this because it opened up because there was an earthquake at the beginning of the movie or what was the point of the scene with earthquake crushing the people at the wedding well here's what it made me think of i don't know what the point was but i remember one of the first viral videos go online and seeing footage was there was this wedding in israel where all these people were dancing and jumping around and the floor caved in thirty people died including the groom's grandmother it was like a real tragedy but they were dancing in a faulty building and they plunge too because it was wedding it was on video they were taping it you can see it and it's out there so it made me think of that i don't know why they would reference that they play like a joke there dancing and then they stopped the traditional greek music and they move onto some pop song and we think for a second that maybe they're playing too loud but no it's just an earthquake that has unearthed treasures i think that they're finding statues in the water and it's loris theory that somewhere officiers opened in the floor to expose this mythical alexander the great repository i think that that's what they're telling us but it's a lot of garble she's looking at drifts and saying while everyone's diving over here the.

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"bram stoker" Discussed on No Such Thing As A Fish

No Such Thing As A Fish

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"bram stoker" Discussed on No Such Thing As A Fish

"Did you knew would just on boys dressed as goes and goes justice bulimia in the elizabeth unfair to all the roles of goals were played by boys but i didn't know this you could be officially legally kidnapped if you're a child and put it in a play rally that yeah then why is this was not illegal so the theaters if they had a license could abduct children and put them in place wall this israel so you get back to your meet hook and he was my queen elizabeth granted permission to theaters liability the it was originally said they could get choristers for the royal chapel but the theaters all that it would no ninety minded there are legal cases where we go people say a quite like my son back michael was that is not enough interest in the profession my roommate well i think we go shortage of teachers at the moment of eight in this country there's something to think about we're gonna have to move onto the final thank soon anything forwarded can i give you another bram stoker joke do you want to save it to close the show we might need a big one at the end i felt like these guys advertise they can tell us it was a chance to is you do as a prince consoles is but i bright and so the question is why is the letter p like a prince consort and him on no account give you the answer.

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"bram stoker" Discussed on No Such Thing As A Fish

No Such Thing As A Fish

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"bram stoker" Discussed on No Such Thing As A Fish

"Yeah and for a long time they used to be a thing where they would dress boys as queen elizabeth and so the idea was that there was a local vicar who started this rumor what's interesting is that bram stoker effectively was a conspiracy theorist which is very bizarre for the as well and he was no one believed him obviously at the time but it is a as an it was a theory that had existed since queen elizabeth andy popularized isn't that what people he genuinely thought and there are people he bit get lots of evidence bounce it like the fact that have writing style changed apparently as soon as she left bisley so when she was seven years old yeah so everyone's delicious writing coercive she must the be among among ten years old sorry now it did change and yeah that was pretty much in the way a young girls diary to just football skills to scoop up my peru so the times reviewed the book as tommy routes yet the original manuscript his signed bs but it was by bram stoker while those just as good evidence as the stuff y'all got three right hang on again it's not my but it is true that bram stoker was a conspiracy theorist that is the key thing at the i'll have a look at the book and it's got loads of other hoax is that happened in history somebody's just reporting so there's one called the cat hoax of 1815 which is where the polian was about to be sent to saint helena very distant island and it was supposedly over with rats and people put up signs around the city of chester saying that the government desperately needed lots of cats to wipe out all the rats on st helena to make it fit for the podium and if you bring your cat do this address tomorrow the government will give you quite a lot of money for.

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"bram stoker" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"bram stoker" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"The longrunning uh i i guess i'd call it feud uh with dc um he's very unhappy with the way that they've basically kept the book kid print ed done so many sort of spinoffs from it um and emme make any money on her so i don't think that's the problem i think he's made plenty of money on off of it but he didn't he never got creative input on it and it he's a he's a genuine artist he's a genius uh and he's just very unhappy with what happened and so he said to me look i'm not gonna say don't do the project but it's a closed chapter of my life i really just i just don't want to participate gibbons didn't feel that way fortunately and let's talk a little bit about some of your works splits excited because were talking about met monsters the new annotated the dracula that she wrote about yes well that's such a delicious project i i loved rescue a big big but he takes us back to a simpler climb george the the the hard part for the reader dracula today i i find the book in credit we jerry i remember reading it in college and being just scared witless by the story but that was before the glut of vampire movies tv shows at all that if you read the book today you have to restrain yourself from yelling at the characters halfway through it you dumb easy itself the player uh rotten no you know the public too early in the glamorized the vampires on with bram stoker's she was an ugly troll pranked pragmatically either an old man with the long fingernail hair growing out of palms and all that uh and uh it but it's a very powerful book and it's really about it i mean many wait who could metaphor for sort of foreigners invading uh and and picking are women uh so but it's it's a very scary book and it's the delicious read once again like frankenstein very different from the film if you've only seen the film you are in for a real treat by reading is that naas for lots of that one uh well i was thinking of the 1931 a lugosi film but now noncorrupt not surat too actually glad you mentioned that is is much closer to the.

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"bram stoker" Discussed on Minority Korner

Minority Korner

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"bram stoker" Discussed on Minority Korner

"He famously fifth element he's the bram stoker's dracula he's been a famous actor for very long time he won a golden globe for his best performance of by an actor in a motion picture for his portrayal winston churchill in the movie the darkest hour which i want to actually give more credit to the makeup artist because that guy story is amazing you guys research him me is awesome in fact quit hollywood and then was asked to come back to do garryowen's makeup gary oldman said he would only do this role if you've got this makeup artist do it so and you said as lawrenceville on may verb point prove out for leyland's and bravery one of naval may day of so gary allnews rain was times a pin raped up in two thousand one of to him gary owens ex wife danica feared tino accused men of hitting her in the face with a telephone receiver in front of their crying children he denied allegations was eventually awarded sole custody and his manager told the washington post that he allegedly the alleged assault never happened and charges were never filed gary oldman is a libertarian and also call nancy pelosi a fucking useless kind in two two thousand fourteen playboy issue now we are may have issues with people in power but i don't call them at any colored i don't know what's old man and also just to go back to like how armed the whole entire thing that happened with the cops this remember in when was this like nineteen or to ghana two thousand one i'm putting his author but remember the lapd is pretty fucking corrupt unlike the hollywood owenbrown so i'm not surprised at the top and that like it just disappeared so much shit in hollywood.

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"bram stoker" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"bram stoker" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Kirch it's black liquors coveting chocolate oh boy all right in also m funny enough where we stayed in ireland beer apparently is where bram stoker grew up wait a minute we're way matt area there is a brand stocher's castle here but then the results of brands cafe like is all kinda themed is weird as we prepare that's where he lived in okha or grew up or whatever all right well we're going to work we're gonna break here for weather and traffic and then number dad's gonna cohen intel joke we've got above blackhawks express as well longer wash my face okay thank you vic loved tom a little nicer you're doing it very german like her own i like her on a suddenly the inception noisier quality here's your forecast in wgn chicago weather center today cloudy and cooler high near forty four tonight more clouds low around thirty seven tomorrow is tuesday partly cloudy high forty three wednesday mostly sunny high forty eight thursday partly cloudy and high forty six currently thirty eight degrees at o'hare it's 48 midway forty at the lakefront get a check on traffic with as leader right now so pretty quiet but keep an eye out on the dan ryan eighty seven t the merge four right lanes are down until six on the outbound inbound you have the same thing for emerged eighty seven four left lanes that should open up about fifteen minutes now also on the bishop ford northbound king gripe to the merge ever right lane closed so that semi causing a little bit of a delay for traffic on the sevens or eternity time ondemand get the traffics chicago app approved by team hochberg appro mortgage just search t r a f f i x chicago as readily.

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"bram stoker" Discussed on Lore

Lore

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"bram stoker" Discussed on Lore

"It's important to point out that for a very long time death was a deeply supernatural thing for a lot of people it was strongly believed that the sole and the body were to separate things loosely tied together all of it was very mysterious of course but mystery as we know as a way of breeding folklore this ancient belief finally found expression in a philosophy known as vital ism the basic idea was simple our source of life the thing that animates us and makes us who we are is something other than our physical form life comes from the seoul one contributor to the idea of vital ism was a seventeen thcentury german physician named george stall it was his opinion than death was like an invisible pair of scissors cutting the connection between the body and soul but sometimes he said that process can go wrong trapping the sole inside a person's dead heart where it feeds off the souls of the living the solution he proposed was known as therapeutic exhumation if a town suffered from a plague illness with no logical cause stall recommended exhuming the earliest victims cutting out the hearts and burning them to release the soul and if that sounds familiar to you there is a good reason for that because some historians think that when the british forces higher german mercenaries during the american revolution those hired soldiers brought german physicians with them positions who held the stalls idea some of them apparently stuck around after the war and travelled around new england teaching people about therapeutic exhumation which gave us the great new england vampire panic and eventually bram stoker's dracula but let's go back to signs of death because every one really wanted to be sure their loved ones had a chance to recover for centuries isi see it was common for people to fall into a deep death like sleep and not wake up for weeks or even months it was heart wrenching and confusing and people wanted better proof.

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"bram stoker" Discussed on USA Today

USA Today

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"bram stoker" Discussed on USA Today

"Know could see that straight is holding him up as he glided i still cut of scared by that hey and um you know it's one of the things about this this dracula untold and this this potential monster movie universe that kind of you know cracks yup is that there have been so many dracula telling east and vampire telling in general that are all kind of trace back to dracula that they had they felt the need to name the movie dracula a untold it's like a beautifully almost an admission of guilt in the movie that they're like yeah we know you kind of already know everything you could possibly know about dracula but please please come again the untold verge like capalla some bram stoker's dracula which still wasn't really bram stoker's dracula but they did try to give it a little more than just you know go to the castle get bit yeah good tshirt go to the castle get bit there's a lot of that he has cancelled in inviting rightist one yet um in the bat nato the bad natives the bat nato is that like shark nato kind of because like so so one the powers of of of this dracula is is he there's i have thousands of millions of bats just running around but then they any attack armies pretty much he can't be let him do whatever they tell he tells them what to do and it's like a tornado just kind of running around but it's about nato i mean so i mean i was i was one of my favorite parts of um i mean i it's it's interesting i grew up on uh i was talking to dave a little bit earlier about this was count gortat valls creature feature which anybody anybody lived randy see um in the 18 late seventies early '80s kind of up of the same thing you know creatures the black lagoon it was on three it was like that in three d was like a on a saturday night i was i was a big deal yeah um and asia it's just that was the stuff that kind of got me hooked early and i've got kind of been much you'll one this.

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"bram stoker" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"bram stoker" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Of the soul and then encounters a very interesting vampire numerous other cultures have appropriated certain his his universal men's aren't they said they're all kind of an appropriate in refined within multiple cultures and then they find expression in popular novels and films and works of art so i think we can find interesting hooks in interesting familiar modes in all of them as a result so all three of you have studied the novel and lived to breathe each dracula and i want to ask each of you to end why when we have so many vampire stories in books and non film and television why should we still read the original bram stoker's dracula some well i think dracula is the most iconic carrying two epa not just in terms of vampires the intensively teacher and he's the most film kite to to even spacing chila cones and if you want to understand something of the origins of the von pioneer teacher and to really kind of in grace the folkloric com pious then you really need to retract killer and it still terrify circa i think you need to know dracula need to read dracula to find the source of this myth if you will to find what dominates what isn't give rise to 20th century in 21st century vampirism because despite all of the disparate serve vampires that we have today in all of its sort of representations across the world pretty much attest test come back to that source that fame twitches i think for the twenty the 21st century stephanie the novel tracking data to answer this i'm going to give one of my favorite quotes from the book there are mysteries which men can only guess at which age by age they may solve only in part and to may i can only solve this this book that bram wrote and i can only solve bram stoker by continuing to come back to even though i know the ending how he got there is really interesting to me this has been a fascinating discussion i say enjoyed it frontier all three of you say much for sharing with us your thoughts and insights into bram stoker's dracula a story that pays to revisit one hundred twenty years after it was first published take a stake her saric any line and sandra which ambrosia brigitte kendall and thanks for listening.

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"bram stoker" Discussed on The Paper Donkey Podcast

The Paper Donkey Podcast

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"bram stoker" Discussed on The Paper Donkey Podcast

"Amazing as someone who said he is letter her in loves literature are their particular like things about writing that you finally compelling or things about authors are literature in general that you find fascinating in that you really drawn to yeah i think it's interesting that authors are usually such a specific type of person and i think as one of those types of people books in general and classic novels communique emotion to me in a way that nothing else really can i think words have a certain power that no other medium can have to be really subjective to the reader where a movie you know there's an image everyone else's seeing the same image on the screen but with a book someone my read it and picture a different character according to whatever assumptions they have in their mind already that affects they're reading experience affects the emotions experience as they read and has a different impacts on them and i think it's really interesting to see what different people have as different experiences as they read and it makes for a really different kind of interactive experience between readers and authors as well are you in literature student as well i'm not a just graduated from college with graphic design major you can design the book jacket yeah bad the fact that so many people even though it the old adage don't by its cover but so many people are drawn to book design a you know you look at classics like moby dick or like bram stoker's dracula with a redesigned the covering so many different ways each to appeal the different audiences speaking of classics of the literature of of people that you've read who studied what do you think they would have thought of something like but con.

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