Aired 4 months ago 2:07
Brian Regan Discussed on Never Not Funny
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Aired 6 months ago 48:25
Dan Patrick Show - Hour 2 - Brian Regan (10-18-18)
Dan and The Danettes welcome Comedian Brian Regan.
The Dan Patrick Show
Aired 2 months ago 44:29
I Love My Fantasy and Sci-Fi How I Love My Vulcans. Logical.
Hello! This episode is like a delicious 7 sandwich on 4 bread if you know what I mean cause I do not... Episode #474 Segmented Thusly: Movie Monologue = Double TV Talk = Prison Break and The Fix with host Jimmy Carr Television Talk = Who is America and Standup & Away! with Brian Regan Book Banter = Monster Island (Monster Island #1) by David Wellington Game Gabbin' = Fallout 76 (Levels 25-50) Internet Intercourse = RIP Bob Einstein, Alanah Pearce of Funhaus, Fear the Boot (RPG Podcast) and Clear and Vivid with Host Alan Alda. Cleanup Conversation = Doctor Who ("Season #11, Episode #11") Resolution
Aired 7 months ago 309:21
Special Report: Exorcist II - The Heretic (1977)
On this special episode of The Projection Booth we fly upon the wings of a demon as we discuss John Boorman’s 1977 film Exorcist II: The Heretic. It’s been a few years since we’ve seen Regan MacNeil, the little girl who, on the cusp of womanhood, was possessed by a demon in William Friedkin’s 1973 film. She’s back... And so’s the demon, Pazuzu…This time the titular exorcist is Father Philip Lamont (Richard Burton) who is investigating what happened to the ill-fated Father Merrin (Max Von Sydow) with the help of Dr. Gene Tuskin (Louise Fletcher) and her hypnosis machine. Heretical super-fans Samm Deighan (Diabolique Magazine) and David Kittredge (who's directing a documentary about Exorcist II) join Mike (who did a commentary track on the new Scream Factory blu-ray release) to look at the film, how it came to be, and its fate after release. Professor Brian Hoyle (The Cinema of John Boorman) and writer Paul Talbot (The Unmaking of Exorcist II) join the fray to try and explain this cinematic oddity.
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