21 Burst results for "Castlerock"

"castlerock" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"castlerock" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Castlerock is colorado's number one town coming in at thirty second overall on the list a little further on down the list. Broomfield came in at sixty. Six parker and windsor represent colorado in the top one hundred as well at Seventy six and seventy seven Respectively now in case you're wondering wandering the best small city in america again. This is according to wallethub. Twenty twenty one best. Small cities in america list is some manish washington my saying that correct correctly..

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"castlerock" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

SI Media Podcast

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"castlerock" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

"It did look good. Yeah i'm glad. John hammond back. I thought he was phenomenal when he was on that last season. Oh he was so good. I like i didn't love every episode. Last season with the one he was in was great. The despite sore finale was really good you know. It's definitely not even show at this point. But if they can do some episodes like those in the news isn't all be happy. Yeah i thought. The two best episodes of the season by far the jon hamm episode and then the the maga- had in that season premiere. Yes that was good. Do less than before we get to the sopranos. This is more of a business question. So i'm not sure if this is in your territory but a huge seinfeld guy and this you know. There's a whole new push now because it's on comedy central a net flicks. So is it. Just the the syndication rights are up like every five years or so and jerry. And larry get to make more money by moving around. Yeah that's basically it like you know hulu had seinfeld's for awhile. I think i've lost dry now. But i believe onto and they signed a deal with sony castlerock and all the different rights-holders and they get it for x. number of years for x. number of dollars in certain point leaps and so friends was like the big hit on net flex all that we talk about squid game and bridge attended some of these other netflix originals. The impression i've always gotten into the really big net flicks hits are. I've always been stuff like friends. The office breaking bad things that they did not create that they just had the streaming rights to for a while as each of those goes away and gets bought up by some new streaming service. They have to get something else. And the thing about seinfeld is it was produced by sony. Sony is one of the few studios that at least at the moment does not have its own streamer. So it's it can be a hot potato for a little while whereas warner media's probably never gonna let friends out from under. Hbo max again right. And that's why. The office ended up on peacock because that was an nbc. Show interesting the you know. I'm just thinking about it while you say it..

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"castlerock" Discussed on The Lowe Down with Kevin Lowe

The Lowe Down with Kevin Lowe

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"castlerock" Discussed on The Lowe Down with Kevin Lowe

"I'm assuming that that first movie got you hooked and you kinda fell in love with well yes. I fell in love with the experience. I had and yes. Of course i was already in love with pretending and creating amazing environments. I did it so much as a kid inside my head and then to be able to have that drama to something to expel to a. Are that needed that ability. So i was. I was hooked in that but not in the way that say an actor took theatre in college or in an high school or really wanted to be an actor because it just wasn't on my radar. It was the environment of the people i've worked with. It made me love. It should have been invited into that industry with that group of people with billy crystal and bruno kirby and ron underwood in pam dixon. In the way that they did with the brushing company castlerock. They were very gracious and very supportive and that was what jimmy to the work. More than anything yet. That was our hope to me. Swales people are there like neither fun. They wanna play and they want to imagine and yeah yeah that that's so cold that suco will well. I guess just one more question on on like specifically dot kind of topic is i was kind of curious between because i mean you did. Both like shows like tv shows movies and even like commercials. Karan's almost a hundred commercials. Yes i'm donald law commercials thousands of campaigns and was there any particular like. Did you enjoy one more than the other is far between movies or commercials or shows. It's funny people ask status and it really is about the the environment. I've had such great experiences. I had some some rough ones in all all of the mediums. yes i think. The reason i love doing film. I think probably in commercials more than teething is well when i haven't had a ton of experience owns several tv but are a number of them. But i wasn't a series regular. I think if i was that would probably be my favorite because i love to dive into the character. And that's why i love films so much is again to play this character for a period of time in really inhabit that space and i in that same kind of commitment to commercials that i do but it's much shorter. The reason why i enjoy doing commercials is because of the freedom it gives me to be with my family which is my number one priority always has been and so i- segue into commercials. Because i wasn't always traveling. I was gone for months and months out of the year for ten years straight. I was never home and it was really it was real. It was challenging personal life in reference to that. There's different reasons. Why love the different mediums. The thing about acting. It's that so much fun in probably. Every actor will confirm is that you become a family working to create a story and to share with the world in a short period of time and your goal is to impact those that see it in a positive way and creates a response or reaction and action. That's really special to be on a film for weeks and weeks and create that connection and that bond and it's very condensed in a commercial and then when you're on a tv show and you're a series regular or you're gonna reoccurring there something gotta be you know..

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"castlerock" Discussed on Chat Sematary

Chat Sematary

08:26 min | 1 year ago

"castlerock" Discussed on Chat Sematary

"She doesn't really have an impression of him but she still you know. Has this push pull with his character where she does not want to give this guy any information and obviously that has nothing to do with his past and castlerock nothing to do with his raise. That has everything to do with her. Wanting to save herself basically any scrutiny. Because all of a sudden this prisoner popped up who has no records. So she's kind of in this panic mode too. You don't really see her panic but you know it's there because you're like okay. Everyone is trying to figure out what's going on and she's just trying to bury it. So you have that juxtaposition there. And i think a lot of this season just has so many little weird things going on too because you have like this moment in episode three where we find out that molly killed. Henry's dad and then she is like looking for more pills and she goes to like this. I think they called it. The timberland court or something. It's basically like this motel and she finds these kids in these weird masks. That are very similar to like the twenty. Nine thousand pet cemetery masks and you have this kid derek. Who is selling pills. And he's actually also in the mist. He was one of the characters in the mist. Tv show so you know it was just one of those quick things. He was literally like just in that scene. And that was it. And you're just like this is so weird and it never goes anywhere. But you're still like intrigued by all of these weird things happening in casseroles. That keeps you watching. Which i think was kind of smart but also a little. Bit of a bummer. That they left so many like open ended things for sure they left a lot. I was like definitely open ended. I would have liked to have seen a resolution for those that kid story especially since it talk about how that families are like work at shawshank the factory and stuff like that so these are like kids that are gathering around this one teenager that sells drugs. Like i would love to know more about how this kid came into this type of situation. You know where. He's playing corn with these kids and stuff like that. Keep them distracted. Maybe we'll never know. Yeah i think they leave stuff. Open ended with jackie a little bit because they give us bits and pieces of her story but we never really know like if she's from castlerock if she just came to castlerock and she makes that comment about changing her name in passing to the kid and she has like this whole thing going on where she is kind of very nosy. her whole thing is being nosy. She tries to know everything. That's going on in castlerock which probably isn't super hard to do. Let's be honest but at the same time there's just sort of like this mysterious nece around her character and you know she kinda hangs out with molly and is molly's assistant even though it seems like molly can't afford an assistant. I was really random job to have her. Because yeah it did not seem like molly afford assistant whatsoever that she has like a taxi service to. It's like very weird taxi service. She works for molly and then she's also just like a murder. Not it's it's all over the place. But i think like an yeah. You didn't know even how they finish jockeys character. They don't even give her an ending like she we get. She's the last person we see on the show because she gets that mid credits and sequence where she explains like. Oh yeah what better place to finish the story than the place where it all started talking about going back to the overlook to go and finish her book about her uncle going crazy or something like that and i personally thought that that was set up. He's into Definitely was not season two when completely the other way Compared to the shining in the overlook hotel place to uncover story. She's going to be overlooked. And i'm like m. he's not coming back so she to the overlook she's not to back. She's another torrents. Like you just got left there so it was a very weird way to end the season and one of the weirder like things that got left behind in the show on. Yeah i with you. Or i would love to have seen some more with jackie and get a reason for her being around a little bit more than just coming in handy at just the last minute. Yeah then you also have odin. Who gets henry into the rv and into the room where there is absolutely no sound so that he can listen to the schism. A- the filter or something. I think that's what they call the box. Yeah yeah and then he is dead an episode or two later. And so i. I was watching this with my mom and her theory. Is that because molly knew where henry was. She was the one who killed him. But at the same time. I was like okay if odin was there though. Where was the boy who translates for him because they're like otherwise never seen a part and it just felt like really unclear. What happened there because we don't see a struggle we don't see him. We just see him like shoved in between some like tree logs. Yeah and then we later. We see the The translator for odin like bleeding out of the police station. It's lacombe zone. I think about like when like they're escaping from the police station in all those convicts escaped for the first time and you see Translator on the ground. And i was kinda like running even come from. We're ending this plotline right here this police station but odin spend missing and no one even interviewed this kid that was like had to do with odin but now he's in the police station. I did that. That was a weird ending. I can see where your mom gets. The molly hilton area. And i think that's probably what the show runners wanted us to go with but also it's just too ambiguous to give it that it's just you ambiguous. Yeah 'cause my thing was you know it's one thing to pull someone to you know and a whole other thing to stab someone in the i and move their entire dead body to hide it in the woods you know and even though molly is not stable by any means. It didn't feel like something she would do because she felt like she had to kill matthew. There was just something telling her to do it and it never felt like she was just going to do that again. For whatever reason based on a lot of time with molly's character in her explaining that she killed his father but she didn't really kill his father like you actually. She does a lot of like you. Henry wanted your father dead. And so i in turn want your father dead and she said something about how like it was my hand pulling it but it was your hand behind it or something like that. So there's a lot there for soga from all these care whole season. Yeah my duty tomorrow. Just won't molly to be happy. They make more references throughout this to like the episode where alan has his speech that he's giving in like the little town center park area and ruth jumps off the bridge. This is episode five. I believe and later. She makes a comment about how nothing in this town stays dead and even though it was not the same kind of dog i imagine she was talking about cujo because the dog barked. And then next thing you know she disappears and is standing on the bridge and jumps and it wasn't something that they blatantly said and because it was a different type of dog it wasn't a giant saint bernard..

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"castlerock" Discussed on Chat Sematary

Chat Sematary

09:58 min | 1 year ago

"castlerock" Discussed on Chat Sematary

"Yeah and she has like this drug problem because she's taking pills for these kind of headaches that she gets and this anxiety that she has so you have this whole town where everyone is kind of. Just doing what they can to get by and the people who were born and raised there. Don't want to leave for whatever reason. And then you know the big thing at the beginning is one. Dale lacey. played by -tario quinn. Who didn't even mention driving off a cliff because okay you know then we find out that the kid has been in this. I think they call it a bear cager a tiger cage or something down in the dark depths of shawshank and that is sort of the catalyst for the entire season trying to boil it down like that. So much happened to your point. Like it doesn't focus on anything from a stephen king's like repertoire. Books or movies and stuff like that so very much feels like we were giving this show which is an often representation of castlerock. Like what stephen king's town is like but almost like we heard a rumor. Whistler in one of stephen king's books and that's what this story is like. It's something from castlerock that we weren't supposed to hear like something that was came around the corner with all of these other people that live in the town of castlerock. It was very cool to be in the same footsteps as someone who in castlerock might didn't necessarily want to be dragged into any of this. I don't think any of stephen king's characters wants to be dragged into their situations but there's a lot of people in castlerock that just kind of live in castle rock so it's interesting to see castlerock operate justice. A town and not as hotbed for evil and terror all the time so he could get some of those points of views of just like a couple of characters who are triangle it and castlerock trying to carve out existence which is kind of what his novella elevation does because it takes us back to castlerock were focused on you know maybe five characters in that story for five characters and you know some weird stuff happens because it's castlerock but i think these came out around the same time too so that coincidence there is kind of wild because you know the lead time on the shows and everything and the lead time on the novella who knows when king wrote that. I think it was a more recent right elevation one of the ones. I haven't gotten the chance to get. Yeah i i won't spoil any of it for you but it does take place in castle rock and it kind of gives you a different look at the town. It's not like this. Big bad thing happens. It's just like about these people in this town and you know some weird stuff is going on. So that's very much what this is and because the show kind of kicks us off in nineteen ninety-one you almost think this whole thing is going to be about a missing kid. And then they find him like two minutes later they really do. Set you up. Thinking that henry ever being missing is just gonna be like the main plight like there's all these characters nineteen ninety-one. We're going to find henry fever. And then he's like right there like four container and it's like all right. So what is this going to be. So it. Really went off the rails. They're in a good way Yeah oh man. Finding the kid and south in the to ben beneath shawshank and stuff. I think that was a great way of setting it up because we got rid of warden lacey. We don't we no longer have the answer to this question and now we have to deal with. It was a great very qingwei is setting it up all these characters that have to figure out what to do with this guy because the one who knew what to do is just gone and then he is replaced by an kusak she also has zero interest in making shawshank a better place and more interested on doesn't operating downward and lacey which is interesting. I guessing was definitely like a little bit of the scathing read of the american prison system. There definitely was not a subtle read at all but they definitely wanted to point out that the american prison system is not the most well and because we haven't really seen a prison in this way since the green mile and because the green mile and shashank both take place fairly far in the past. You know this felt like an updated version of those stories without necessarily being entirely about the prison but just the commentary on it alone. You were like okay. This is what they're getting at. This is how they're bringing this iconic place from stephen king's world into the present day and you see it's in shambles too like they have not taken care of this prison like it looks almost bad as it did. When read was their true. The whole the fact that there's just a whole it's the western wing writer might be the east lane doesn't really matter but like the one that's just completely shut off the rest of the prison. They went over there. I'm like guys really just left. This just didn't touch it. It's falling apart in now. You want to put people in here. Uniqueness bestest cleaner in their place looks awful. Yeah not that. We expect prisons to look pretty by any means. But you know you shouldn't have stuff falling on you. Yeah or you know like what. The kids The kids prison cell. There is pretty rough prison. Sal like it's not very good prison at all if you were really good. Job of making shawshank look terrible. They do good job. Yeah it somehow looks even more terrible now than it did when it was like you know the thirties to fifties or whatever time period somehow aged even even worse than it had already been in on how that worked out who knows. Yeah so they find the kid and you know adult. Henry comes back to town because we find out that he basically only works with inmates on death row. And then you have all of this history coming up while he's in castlerock you know. He goes to the house. He finds out that. Alan penguins been living there and he kind of always knew that his mom and alan had this thing going on. And you see how hateful the town still is. You know a good twenty plus years later towards him and it's just like man you guys really don't get over anything. Do you heard nothing. Nothing at all is and then we find out the truth that molly is the one who killed the dad. And you're just like you're not even mad at the right person exactly. It's so fresh a and then everyone keeps blaming regardless like throughout the throughout the season urologist. Like this is definitely because you came back to town or it's maybe the fact that you live in evil town. That could be it. One of those things could possibly who knows but they just do not give anything up. In castle rock do they. They remember everything they blame you forever. And then they're just continue to treat you like crap and don't you leave the town burnley. Yeah to be fair. King has kind of posed small towns that way throughout so many of his novel definitely fits. It's just so unfortunate because you're also like this is like the one black character in the entire town. Yeah kind of paint painted castlerock as i am from new hampshire so like it does paint castlerock. Almost ceiling is like you know one of those more northern new hampshire towns more northern maine towns that would probably blame a black youth for something like this and just stick with it her ever so it did feel like very so weird to say about. It felt very new england for that to happen in a town like this. That's so detached from everything else. They made sense in the modern day. Castlerock type of sense and even kind of like even kind of pops up it will actually donald pops up it with mike getting bullied all the time but definitely something that pops up there. In castle rock history of having like kind of a bigoted history. There was a couple of characters throughout king's work. I think the point to that. It's interesting because you see how much hatred is thrown. Henry's way and then you know his son. Wendell comes to town and it's like no one really interacts with him other than ruth and the kid. So you're kind of like this is sort of strange and then you have you know odin who comes in later and it's really hard to get a read on his character because it seems like him and his translator kind of stay off the grid since they're just driving around in a rv they don't really like live in town so you have that hold different aspect and you know we'll get into that in a little bit here but henry basically goes around and starts asking questions which makes people like him even less than they already do and you know at least with ward and porter..

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"castlerock" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"castlerock" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"We got to be co executive producers on that on that script. But i met names me and scott. Mosier co executive bruises because we brought the script and ben had a window or castlerock. They weren't gonna make it. Without the bene- matt matt had director approval and castlerock. There's guy who ran castlerock. One of the partners andy shaima and he wanted to drag the movie and the boys were like no we want. We want gus. Because casey had worked with gus onto die for and bet amount loved gus so They kept holding out for gus and then the studio got frustrated castlerock so they were like you know what you could take this movie out and you try to sell somebody else and if you can go with god but if not it comes back here you guys aren't in any more they were contractually held to it and we're going to cast Leo and toby instead. So matt Ben called me up. Because i was very good friends ben. Tomorrow i met matt like at the mall. Rats screening like a screening. He's like this is my other half. This is my a so he goes In ben caused me goes to give me a window and take the script out. He's gonna do you think you could set it up at miramax as i don't know if i have that kind of juice but like i'll try. Can i read it. Is that y'all fedex to. We didn't have the internet then so fed ex script. I got it and i. I took it into the bathroom as you know. I'll start reading this. I got go to the bathroom. Leave the bathroom for two hours. Estate on the toilet got piles reading this trip. Just turn the pages so deeply in love cry and come out of the bathroom. I got tears in my eyes guy. Mosier like what happened in there. I'm like i just read. The script has amazing. So we've got picked up a airmax to their credit. They picked it up. Even though it came with a lot of turner across the boys were paid. Eight hundred thousand for by castle castlerock nor for it to go to miramax mexican after shell out a million bucks but to their credit they read the script and loved it and then it went on to win like kademi word. How about them apples good. You're right this show is a lot more than football. Welcome back everyone to the rich eisen. Show you're just watching on peacock or listening on sirius. Xm you heard the tail end of an old interview. Rich had with kevin smith talking about goodwill hunting of my favorite movie from growing up first. Dvd i ever had me and my buddy in new york city used to put on the track jackets go to the batting cages. Talk with boston accents. Love that movie. Can i get another double burger. Don't miss the chilling new peacock original dr death based on the one repot cast inspired by the true story of dr christopher dench. The series goes deep on the dangerous surgeon who left thirty three patients. Maine's the bill -tated or dead end heroes. Who took them down every episode of doctor. Death is streaming now on peacock peacock tv dot com to get started this day in in history when he got brockman. What happened on this date. August the i. I swallowed a bug august. Second then i is yesterday. It's the twenty six birthday of one. Kristaps porzingis kristaps porzingis. A man who played one game in the month of may his first four nba seasons the month of april in his first four seasons a man whose field goal percentage and rebounding did not increase during his four years in new york. Missed over one hundred games. It's that guys birthday twenty six. Wow celebrate zillow time to turn it around and become she hall of famer love for kristaps. He took on a lot. you know. he's on the free throw line. Charles oakley gets arrested. He's like i'm from lotfi. I'm not from what is happening. Is this guy getting arrested. So zinger i love this man. I thought he was the chosen. One it's kinda like at the end of one of those star wars movies when hayden christianson goes full darth vader. And you and mcgregor's lawn joe's in one. That's me with porzingas heartache. He's probably too tall if he was like six eleven. I think he's one of the best players in the league. Sometimes when you sit dunk like on the way going up though just awesome and he just never found that necks gear. He hasn't found that that killer. Whatever it is that separates the very goods from the goods. We were at a in new york for the show one year. A long time ago. And i was that i went. I went to the garden with. My friend is dire knicks fan. I think booker scored like fifty something. That game i say to the garden. How much did they lose by They lost a lot. Like i said booker. I think was his second. Year scored tana exert porzingas did have thirty plus those fun game was always like nineteen and seven twenty two and nine. It was never thirty five and fourteen in a shootout at demarcus cousins and you just destroyed him last four minutes get. There's never that was never that happy birthday. Hey happy birthday. Happy birthday porzingis eight nine. You're right nineteen and eight away. We we were talking about this last time on the show about great brothers and sports who can eat the porzingas brothers. They don't get enough love his two brothers. Those dudes are serious like the remorse in porzingis. That guy's the man i know. Brothers rule kevin smith fifty one fifty first birthday if you are watching on peacock. He's all the kevin smith. Kevin smith of those guys who really looked out for me at the start of my career. Which i appreciate because one of those filmmakers who enjoys the conversation around film in the industry even her telling that story with rich talking about a young age and his career. He'd read the trades because he wanted to learn more about the business. When i was starting out review in movies and doing the movies and not everyone was a giant fan of me doing that. He was and that meant a lot to me and he'd send me emails and we talked film and lot love for kevin smith favorite kevin smith movie and clerks is tremendous. It still holds up the writing just like punches off jumps off the screen. Yeah clerks is the best. Yeah mallrats holds up to more has got a great casting. Some funny moments athletic shannon doherty..

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"castlerock" Discussed on Roleplay Retcon

Roleplay Retcon

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"castlerock" Discussed on Roleplay Retcon

"He's a yeah. He's he's got a real crush on thomas jane thank you nicholas are night. I feel like he was saying a lot of the things that we've already said. I'll just go ahead. Chris shots also on facebook had a had a great comment. He said i liked it. But i never read the books so there we go. Thank you. chris shot full stop period full stop. He liked it but he never read the book. So i think we're solving the mystery of who this movie was made for and we are. Yeah i think it was for that. Alex is of no affiliation with the books. And the nick butlers. It wasn't for the revs in the agencies and the bands. It was not for us. Which is weird. isn't it. Weird to like alienate the fans of the franchise in your movie. That's hollywood baby as a marvel fan i disagree. I think marvel does a great job of telling a familiar story but changing enough to still appease new watchers and people who've been reading for a long time well mar marvel's stands out apart from a lot of old school hollywood. Yeah that's fair sneaking of marble. One of the things that i was thinking about is there has been a lot of talk around the internet about having a stephen kinga extended universe. You know you've got the marvel extended universe. What about like the or the marvel. Cinematic universe not like stephen king cinematic universe and a lot of people were talking about how the dark tower could play perfectly into that. That could be the avengers because the dark tower is white connects so much of the stephen king extended universe and i feel like they wanted to do a cinematic universe with that it would be so. You gotta have a kevin. You've gotta have someone that has the overall vision because like if you look at castlerock castle..

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"castlerock" Discussed on Chat Sematary

Chat Sematary

06:37 min | 1 year ago

"castlerock" Discussed on Chat Sematary

"The car with the with the fbi host. Yeah and he's just like he's just like here you are you're this you're this hero you save jfk. Do you could have everything. But you just want your privacy. He's so i just wanna know. Why do you think oswald did it and for him to say. I don't think we'll ever know and just leaving the history at that I thought it was a really smart choice. Because i think the kind of the the easy the easy conspiracy. Excitement answer definitely would have been. Oh he he did it for this reason and all these people were involved but i i like the more subtle the subtle ending with that that. Then you can wrap up that part of the story So that way you can just then focus on jake and sadie at the end without having the punch. Be the conspiracy because it's not really about the conspiracy. That's the the driving force of what gets us going. And then it digs so much deeper and all these different directions. Yeah i think overall this was fine. I'm probably not going to revisit it for a third time. Though now that i've seen it twice and after having read the book. I think i would probably much rather revisit the book at some point versus this. But i'm hoping that they still keep putting things out on hulu because i think they have an interesting thing going between this and then what they did with castlerock which was not a direct adaptation of anything but it got to play in the stephen king universe and i do like having a mini series. That doesn't need to be more than eight or ten episodes. It's like you're in first season and then you're done whereas some things in the past have gone on way too long like the under the dome or the dead zone shows. Yeah i can definitely say. I haven't watched those Yeah i i'm definitely more positive on the on the series overall But who knows after. I read the book I may feel differently. But i agree. Like just give me more. And whether it straight adaptations of things Do luma's is limited series Or even i'm personally pretty disappointed that we didn't get a third season of castlerock Because that was definitely a fun world to play in where they tied seasons together. Kind of But overall you just got to just got to spend You got spent time in this original. Take that also kind of fit into things like especially season to like after watching season two and then recently watching The movie misery again. It was like having that show in my head. Even though i'm like. I don't think that's necessarily canon but it kinda like adds to it for me And i thought that was pretty cool and season three would have been awesome but they cancelled it and dumb. I'd give this a three out of five though. Like i didn't absolutely hate it but i think bill's character brought it down a lot for me. I definitely get that especially as seen in the book that you really really really like and see that that gets chucked away and then replaced by story that you don't necessarily like I can definitely understand that and some of the stuff with bill certainly does go on too long and it's kind of like how much can he really screw this up but overall i'd still i never know how to rank these things but i'd probably still give it a four out of five. I'd probably keep keep that one star away for some of the things that it definitely could have paste better. You mentioned the guy. There's there's like the moment with When sadie uncovers the recording in the basement there's a guy that moves like in the back in the shadows and i don't know if that was ever addressed. Are we just supposed to assume it was the fbi. I thought it was her husband. Okay because when he signed the divorce papers he left a note. He's not who you think he is. That's right yeah that would make sense. Okay and i don't think the fbi knew about jake at that point in time. Yeah all right. So i'll take that criticism away but but But still yeah. Overall really solid series. If you haven't watched it and you listen to all this. I'm sorry they're still a lot. Yeah there's still a lot we didn't cover but again with the whole james franco thing too. If you don't wanna watch this we totally get it. Also get that. yeah i will. I think he does a very nice job with the character on this watch. I felt like his performance was weaker than i remembered in certain spots. He's not the most interesting character with the way. This adaptation was done in my opinion. Okay well then excite me to jump into the book and and see see more from the character so yeah definitely enjoyed. It thoroughly enjoyed Talking about it as always and I had a good time. Yeah you'll have to let me know your thoughts when you get around to reading the book which i understand can take awhile. Not everyone lies through these things. Like i do and you know even lately. I've been in like this slump for reading. Because i've just been busy doing other things and i'm like i really need to read but i also don't feel like thinking right now so trust me. I get an especially with a book as long as eleven. Twenty to sixty three. But tim thank you for joining me to discuss this adaptation. I'm actually kind of glad we didn't completely agree on it. It seems we do that a lot. So it was nice to have that little discussion there about bill absolutely always a good time. Happy to be here all right. That does it for this episode of chat cemetery. You can support the podcast on patriot on for a dollar a month. You'll get a thank you on the show for two dollars a month. I will send you a chat cemetery sticker and if you want to follow us on social media you can do so at chat cemetery on twitter. Instagram and facebook. You could also rate and review the show. That's a huge help. 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"castlerock" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"castlerock" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

"And a lot more about All things sci fi on talk with costume designer. John dodd john. I want i want to ask you about this. The show to me seems to have kind of a heightened reality because if in real life they were doing what they were doing somebody would have noticed. So i just i just kind of went with it. You know it's making a statement. And i just went with the statement rather than you know. Nitpicking on it has its own reality to me. And that's the way i went with right. I think that was talking about to you. Know what we do with the sets and costumes. I think that order to ease audience into taking the leap that you were willing to take You know was because the foundation under your seat. What was sound so i think I think i'm drawn to projects that make you look at something in a new way that who just think about something in a new way or just go. I thought i knew what that was. But i didn't really i mean i i needed to be a little more open mic and then general. That's that's Those are the projects that that really getting excited to work on. Because i just thought this was also. I thought this was an important thing Topic to be discussing and exploring The idea of vengeance and justice and I thought it was both timely but also something that we can't just stop talking to one though assuming that we have all the answers and i think this show is one of those shows that asks you to take a leaf and i think you know an audience member it really you know. It pays off with them. If they're willing to take the journey. I gotta ask you about castlerock to me. That would be a huge challenge. Is they're kind of like a stephen king. Look that you had to kind of go for..

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"castlerock" Discussed on Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast

Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast

05:39 min | 2 years ago

"castlerock" Discussed on Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast

"I guess i shouldn't say famous one of my favorite scenes in the book it in its were built in bro going to college. Kind of you know everybody in his classes like very avant garde and they're like oh well this really means it's about the war man like stuff like that and he's eventually like whoa arse can't stories just be stories and i think that's something interesting and they all give him shit about it in the book eloise but i think that's kind of what he's doing he's just writing a story and it's happening to match a lot of stuff going on in his life so perfectly and i think he knows he wants somebody who like lashes out at adults and kind of has this revenge story. But it's not you know. Yeah yeah it could be subconscious entirely likes conscious like you know you'll like whatever you make up is feeding into like is fading from your personal story right and not intelligently hallaj meg the two people that they're using. It's it's not something where it's like oiler new school it's like they're taking a natural talent and in the way that lord astor everybody into this throwing up thing gorgias on that now by putting these people in the story himself. He's ridiculed them. He's thrown up on them basically but he's done it in the realm of like historian. I think that's really cool And just just just being like you know. These people exist in their town of castlerock. Feels like a real like real people from castlerock The the twins creek. Now i just gonna say hey watch i know like look at each other like what the fuck like look like. You guys fell out a league of their own. It's fucking weird The twins are the when he walks up on stage there. These two identical male twins. They're fucking weird like they drop data bioshock. Sorry yeah i mean that's that's the that's just. Yeah but that's hang having that's true. That is true after all You know power activate right. He admitted twins.

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Interview with Writers Lila Byock, Christal Henry, and Stacy Osei-Kuffour

The Official Watchmen Podcast

05:36 min | 2 years ago

Interview with Writers Lila Byock, Christal Henry, and Stacy Osei-Kuffour

"Lombok is a TV writer who's been on the leftovers Manhattan and Castlerock, and she is credited with Damon on episode one. Oh, three, she was killed by space junk. Hello, Leela Crystal Henry is a police officer turned TV writer and has written on shows like the Chicago Code and a PB. She's also credited with them in on episode one, Zero Four. If you didn't like my story, right, your own I n Stacey Oh say for is a playwright and had one TV credit penn fifteen under her belt before. Watchmen. She since written on hunters and run, and she is credited with Clare Kiesel on episode one seven and almost religious. Awe around there. We Look Crystal Stacey. Welcome. Thank you for having us. I'm kind of a fan of what you all did and because I'm primarily writer, this is a conversation I've been looking forward to for a long time. I want to start with a question about how the room actually function because this show appropriately enough is kind of like a Swiss watch, there are a billion spinning plates. As collaborators, how did you pull this off? How did you manage to do all of these things separately and together and make it seem so seemless Will I have two kids? I've given birth twice and I think there's sort of an analogy to to being on the other side of giving birth where you look back and you're like I literally have no idea how my body did what it did and I have no memory of what happened I kind of feel that way about looking back on the almost two years we spent writing this show I'm like Holy Shit. How did that happen? I don't know what do you guys? Do you guys think well, you know what? For me I had never been in a room this diverse before and it wasn't just the ratio of. The journalists there were playwrights and I wasn't necessarily used to that like I come from primarily the procedural world and to come to a room where everything was approached by character, and there was just a different way of breaking story and worked in network. Before it's the machine, it moves at a pretty rapid pace. It would wash one of the wonderful things about it is that we actually had time to develop a chemistry with each other. Stacey. For me, it was my second show that I had worked on I did the TV show happy for watchmen but really didn't talk much in that Roman. So Pretty Green and being able to be a part of the show and seeing all of the mechanics seeing people that were so incredible at hitching. So intelligence. So in love with watchmen. Had really ever heard of the comic book but I, was talking to David about how he made the decision in terms of which people he chose for the writer's room and he was saying he really likes people who ran hot and I feel like everybody cared so much about. Not only making the show truthful but like racial aspects of it, we all just cared so much. I think because we all run hot, it's reflected in show maybe it is that part of why this all worked is because it's not like you all knew that you were writing something that was going to be sort of profoundly impactful on the environment you were working on a show in and of itself, and that's all that mattered and you didn't have the weight of expectation there necessarily. But what you did have was a very fearless approach to topics that a lot of people are just uncomfortable dealing with although obviously the show is very much centered on race. You're also tackling the persistence of white supremacy in law enforcement. The role that the media including television shows plays in perpetuating racist thought. Generational trauma and the way inherited pain damages the people who come after. And you're even tackling the kind of inherent nationalism of the Superman of the hero itself. And you did it all it seems to me on my side of the TV without fear or blinking or compromise. But I'm kind of curious because you all work together in the room how you navigated that space together to be free enough to screw up. But not being so free that you end up hurting each other. I, think the show for me. It just happened to come at a time where there has been such a major shift and America's perception of race and policing and I think that police lean and to a larger extent the criminal justice system has always been a tool of white supremacy. And being former officer, I can say that you know I'm a witness to it but I think the response to racism feels different. One of the things that really attracted me to watch men when I had the meeting with Damon. was that he was like, okay. One of the things that we definitely WANNA tackle is racism and policing and the idea of masking gain, and all of that was very attractive to me because all I kept thinking about, what would a world where police wear masks look like? Because knowing how the system works now and how it oppresses communities of color and how it negatively impacts people of color while they're showing their face. So imagine what that would be like if the police were mass,

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Interview with Writers Lila Byock, Christal Henry, and Stacy Osei Kuffour

The Official Watchmen Podcast

05:36 min | 2 years ago

Interview with Writers Lila Byock, Christal Henry, and Stacy Osei Kuffour

"Lombok is a TV writer who's been on the leftovers Manhattan and Castlerock, and she is credited with Damon on episode one. Oh, three, she was killed by space junk. Hello, Leela Crystal Henry is a police officer turned TV writer and has written on shows like the Chicago Code and a PB. She's also credited with them in on episode one, Zero Four. If you didn't like my story, right, your own I n Stacey Oh say for is a playwright and had one TV credit penn fifteen under her belt before. Watchmen. She since written on hunters and run, and she is credited with Clare Kiesel on episode one seven and almost religious. Awe around there. We Look Crystal Stacey. Welcome. Thank you for having us. I'm kind of a fan of what you all did and because I'm primarily writer, this is a conversation I've been looking forward to for a long time. I want to start with a question about how the room actually function because this show appropriately enough is kind of like a Swiss watch, there are a billion spinning plates. As collaborators, how did you pull this off? How did you manage to do all of these things separately and together and make it seem so seemless Will I have two kids? I've given birth twice and I think there's sort of an analogy to to being on the other side of giving birth where you look back and you're like I literally have no idea how my body did what it did and I have no memory of what happened I kind of feel that way about looking back on the almost two years we spent writing this show I'm like Holy Shit. How did that happen? I don't know what do you guys? Do you guys think well, you know what? For me I had never been in a room this diverse before and it wasn't just the ratio of. The journalists there were playwrights and I wasn't necessarily used to that like I come from primarily the procedural world and to come to a room where everything was approached by character, and there was just a different way of breaking story and worked in network. Before it's the machine, it moves at a pretty rapid pace. It would wash one of the wonderful things about it is that we actually had time to develop a chemistry with each other. Stacey. For me, it was my second show that I had worked on I did the TV show happy for watchmen but really didn't talk much in that Roman. So Pretty Green and being able to be a part of the show and seeing all of the mechanics seeing people that were so incredible at hitching. So intelligence. So in love with watchmen. Had really ever heard of the comic book but I, was talking to David about how he made the decision in terms of which people he chose for the writer's room and he was saying he really likes people who ran hot and I feel like everybody cared so much about. Not only making the show truthful but like racial aspects of it, we all just cared so much. I think because we all run hot, it's reflected in show maybe it is that part of why this all worked is because it's not like you all knew that you were writing something that was going to be sort of profoundly impactful on the environment you were working on a show in and of itself, and that's all that mattered and you didn't have the weight of expectation there necessarily. But what you did have was a very fearless approach to topics that a lot of people are just uncomfortable dealing with although obviously the show is very much centered on race. You're also tackling the persistence of white supremacy in law enforcement. The role that the media including television shows plays in perpetuating racist thought. Generational trauma and the way inherited pain damages the people who come after. And you're even tackling the kind of inherent nationalism of the Superman of the hero itself. And you did it all it seems to me on my side of the TV without fear or blinking or compromise. But I'm kind of curious because you all work together in the room how you navigated that space together to be free enough to screw up. But not being so free that you end up hurting each other. I, think the show for me. It just happened to come at a time where there has been such a major shift and America's perception of race and policing and I think that police lean and to a larger extent the criminal justice system has always been a tool of white supremacy. And being former officer, I can say that you know I'm a witness to it but I think the response to racism feels different. One of the things that really attracted me to watch men when I had the meeting with Damon. was that he was like, okay. One of the things that we definitely WANNA tackle is racism and policing and the idea of masking gain, and all of that was very attractive to me because all I kept thinking about, what would a world where police wear masks look like? Because knowing how the system works now and how it oppresses communities of color and how it negatively impacts people of color while they're showing their face. So imagine what that would be like if the police were mass,

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"castlerock" Discussed on Stinger TV and Movie Podcast

Stinger TV and Movie Podcast

07:01 min | 2 years ago

"castlerock" Discussed on Stinger TV and Movie Podcast

"He he loved it and it was the car and I mentioned that because the creators specifically commented on this episode and so Frisia. One of the Creator said in every season there's what I call a bridge episode and we know from castlerock like season one, the the queen. On that episode. So she says because to me, it's like the bridge in a song in season three the seventh episode where we basically fill in all those last puzzle pieces, right so it was finding out which puzzle pieces needed to go in there so that we have the feeling of the characters really going full circle. Now, we finally fill in the gaps and you see how the circle plays out. That was one of the cornerstones to developing the third season. We looked at all the characters and tried to find out what's really important and what we need to deliver I guess I I'm I'm starting to rethink my view because while I feel like the General Tone of six and seven. It was always like, okay we get it. Let's move on. Give me. You know I just wanted similar. Like I said, I felt like everything was just given to us in the last episode. So maybe if we'd had a few more hints or revelations in six and seven, but it is true that. Of those. Filling in the gaps in six and seven were very important. Otherwise, we would have ended the season of being like well, wait what about Helga way right about so and so we would have been pissed right and I think to your point that one of the things we love about this show is and why we chose to podcast it is because we love the journey, we loved the discovery during the show. Yes. Well, speaking of Noah. Yeah we also had an email from brandon and he says, Noah's character made a whole lot more sense by the end of season three. But something is still bothering me we see Noah and Helga in season one using this obviously ineffective version of a time machine in a weird version of the bunker with eighty stuff all around why does this happen and why would that machine even exist in the first place? Let's stop right there. Let's talk about that. Okay. My answer is I have no freaking. I agree with you Brandon I. Think this is a major. Plot Point I. Think I need to Google because somebody unread it's got an answer or dark wicky. They've got an answer to this. I'm sure right because it was like, I mean because that Noah, this this was one thousand, nine, hundred, six, Noah, right? Yes and that nine, hundred, eighty, six, Noah. Had already what been to the future. And maybe hadn't been to nineteen twenty one yet but. He knew about the tunnel because he helped create the tunnel. So who told him to create this chair and that burn people's eyes out and why not was never explained? Why would he steal random little boys to test it out? It's just The, the the only relation with the burned is is that atoms face was burned. So obviously something in the process of trying to get the time machine to work causes burns. And they did move the time machine like the steal parts went over the the is is so I but yeah, it's very confusing to me and and honestly I need to go back and kind of flesh out Noah's journey because he was friends with with Jonas than he said he betrayed him and then he wasn't and then he went back and was friends with him again to try to get Charlotte back or something like that I don't even know if that's right but yeah, it's confusing. Brendan also says in his email in season three, it's revealed that after Charlotte is stolen from Noah by older Charlotte Elizabeth. Noah goes off the deep end. It ends up on Adam's, DOORSTEP Okay Adams says to him that he can help get Charlotte back and says, Helga will help you. All right. I'm with you so far Noah was able to get back to Adam in order to even to be told that in the first place then he already knew exactly, right right. So what's the point of having this other unsophisticated version of the machine and also it was made clear that he and Jonas couldn't figure out how to get the God particle to function in the first place. So after he says to Elizabeth, I'll find her and bring her back how the hell did even get back to Adam in the first place. Thank you brandon. Exactly, we don't have. The answer I wish we had an answer but. We don't. then. We had a listener email from Zach? Who proposes the theory that I don't think. Shannon. Loves. But let's talk about it. So the theory is that Boris Slash. Alexander. Title. Man Is the devil. And he says, if you think about it, he's the only out of place character in the show actually that's true because he was not from Winston Right. Although Peter wasn't really but peterhead tied to it. Okay. If there was no Alexander there would be no apocalypse. True. He how how is that? True? Because he was the one that buried all the chemical waste in the first place. And when he opened it, that's what caused the apocalypse. Okay. Okay. So he's the start of it. All he was created along with the two worlds. Regina was real. Alexander was not. I. Don't follow that either well, we could say that because in the Origin World Regina was there Alexander wasn't there a. Wasn't there we just know that she wasn't married to him. Okay. Well, and I guess we'll have to talk about that. When we talk about the open questions, like why were the people that we saw at the end the only people that we saw at the end anyway And these two maiden a on abomination Bartoshuk, which was the beginning was Bartoshuk beginning. Well, in a way I gotta give you that Zach I gotta give you that because Bar Tosh and soldier are the parents of Agnes in Noah, and that technically is the beginning. Oh. You're right. Lot of the bloodline Oh interesting. So he also looks up the meaning of the names. The the meaning of Boris is wolf slash battle and the meaning of Alexander is prints. Actually we did figure out why Alexander wasn't there. We'll talk about that in just a second but Lucifer. Boris. This is this Zach. Proposing his theory Lucifer or Boris had a battle with God and was banished from the heavens and able to rule earth.

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"castlerock" Discussed on Stinger TV and Movie Podcast

Stinger TV and Movie Podcast

05:25 min | 2 years ago

"castlerock" Discussed on Stinger TV and Movie Podcast

"Agonises mother what a show I mean really what a show thanks for giving me and others outlet to discuss this mind-bending show. I'm still struggling in my post apocalyptic world without wind, which is kind of funny rashawn because everybody on the show wanted to get out of win. They hated it. But I did find an interesting note from the show runners because I know sean mentioned that he really loved episode seven. That was one that he said was sort of epic of kind of a master. Yes. Yes. He commented because I had said in our last podcast that I thought episode seven. Largely could have been at least significantly condensed into. Something else I thought six and seven really had a lot information that I don't know. Maybe we didn't so much need right and he had he had a very good. Alternate perspective. Yeah. He he loved it and it was the car and I mentioned that because the creators specifically commented on this episode and so Frisia one of the Creator said in every season, there's what I call a bridge episode and we know from castlerock like season one, the the queen. On that episode. So she says because to me, it's like the bridge in a song in season three the seventh episode where we basically fill in all those last puzzle pieces, right so it was finding out which puzzle pieces needed to go in there so that we have the feeling of the characters really going full circle. Now, we finally fill in the gaps and you see how the circle plays out. That was one of the cornerstones to developing the third season. We looked at all the characters and tried to find out what's really important and what we need to deliver I guess I I'm I'm starting to rethink my view because while I feel like the general. Tone of six and seven it was always like, okay we get it. Let's move on. Give me. You know I just wanted similar revelations like I said I felt like everything was just given to us in the last episode..

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"castlerock" Discussed on Brew Talk  1310 KFKA

Brew Talk 1310 KFKA

05:04 min | 2 years ago

"castlerock" Discussed on Brew Talk 1310 KFKA

"Mass across the nation, so you're talking about places like new Belgium could do something like this. avery could do something like this Oskar. Blues could maybe although I don't think they ever would Oskar Blues loves their person to person interaction. Sure as much is any local place I've ever seen. I don't think it would hurt their bottom. I mean yes, it's going to hurt your bottom line. No matter whether you know if you do it or not, right. At what percentage of it and then he's going to hurt your bottom line, because now you're gonNA. Be Short staffed because you up too soon. got a few people sick decisions. Like, if you think about it, a lot of people had to be laid off from hospitality like tap rooms and restaurants, and if that took a toll on the owners and stuff like that, you may not want to go through that again until you're sure this is over like you don't WanNa tell people. Oh, yeah, come work here and be part of this what we're trying to build and then two months later to tell him again were closing, but again Roy quick. If you don't mind, but again this goes back to. Have the time. Do you have the money to do this because I know that there are out there like any any small inclination that we can open? Boom straight back because that's they to say their business, right? My voice got very high pitch. They do have to save their business at a certain point, and that's what I think we're going to see a lot of. It's going to be those big breweries that are going to buy their time and right I mean. Isn't that the larger that we wish we could? All four grade is. Let's take a step back. Let's wait a minute. Keep making some money. We're good. Get some stuff to go on, and then okay. No everything's good. Let's go back into it. Not Everybody can do that. That's just the unfortunate truth about it right and you want to bring people back in as people go back to work to for. Twenty million people out of work right now. You can't go full force because disposable cash isn't there. So you need to open up slowly as people go back to work to match. Those people going back to work so that you just don't open up full force and out nobody sitting in your taproom. I feel like this show has been an economic show the last couple of weeks. But, but that's the unfortunate truth to is that we've been having to talk a lot more about money and business decisions when it comes to Burris than rather than well. They've got really pure, and they've got good beer. Right I mean. You're seeing maybe a consumer. Who's maybe a little bit more stingy with where they're GONNA, go! To this place and spend ten dollars can go to this place and I really like them and spend my ten dollars, so now might rather than just do a tour I might do a very directed tour of the berries that I want to go to because I. Don't have as much money to spend. My Goodness Sean. We've only gotten through one of your stories here. You're getting the next one. Yeah, so great divide is opening their brewery and roadhouse in castlerock which. Is they're taproom and restaurant that they're opening up their great idea. In my opinion to go to Castlerock, because CASTLEROCK has a couple of small burris, but they don't have. Their growing castlerock is becoming much more. populated. In the yeah, yeah, people breed I, don't I don't know. I mean I'm not going into that, but it's just like when you think of breweries. That's not the first one I mean. There's not one there that that I point to write. CAST rocky. Go to this while there's one five West is in Castle, rock and Burley's and castle are both really really good breweries, but they're. They're not yeah. Great divide there not that I mean rock yard is a little bit bigger. You might see her yard. Yeah, they're kind of the biggest. They're like a brewery and restaurant there in casserole. There's probably a lot of people going up from castlerock into like lone tree and. Southern Denver to hit breweries to just make sure they've got enough places to go to. And I think it's I think it's a good move, but it's a cool thing if you're ever up in the castle rock area. Great divides new. taproom in restaurant is open there, but speaking of beer and food. I also wanted to jump into food trucks that I found this weekend. Because as it's been blistering hot in my house because I don't have air conditioning all week, even though it hasn't even gotten into the nineties yet, so my summer. Definitely has. You know I've been thinking. How can I get out of my house to someplace with conditioning and to that? When we come back on the other side were be back with more talk about food trucks and Burris right here on talk radio, thirteen ten KFI. Sports story in northern Colorado state in the country tune into the whole show weekdays noon to two and thirteen ten K, EV K. Oh can. Be Your here. Back in what area new Belgium sour? We had this beer not too long ago. Yeah! It's my it's what I brought for something that I would never.

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"castlerock" Discussed on NoCo Now � 1310 KFKA

NoCo Now � 1310 KFKA

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"castlerock" Discussed on NoCo Now � 1310 KFKA

"Titan is offering professional cova disinfecting services So they tighten is jumping in and doing that. So if you've got an office or or a house that you want to have a professionally disinfected. You can do that. And I know that. A lot of these companies are starting to swing and make their focus. That actually is to make sure that people are being able to work in safe. Environments are that they feel safe and there's different companies that are stepping up and doing this again. This is no co now here on a Monday afternoon. Working our way through some of these headlines and I mean they're just there's just so much going going on outside of the Cova nineteen as well. Of course the one story that I want to get to now what we've got big news regarding the Weld County Department of Health and Dr Wallace. Many of you may have seen by now and we'll talk with troy coverdale more about this coming up. Dr Wallace will be set to retire and resign his post at the end of the month. So we will be having We'll talk with troy about Wallace and his his decisions to go ahead and step down from the position one that he is held held since two thousand. So He's been in there for quite some time now but we'll be stepping down from that from that position at the end of this month and I tell you what it was a tough. Tough spot to be enforcer One that Was there was no wind right. I mean you had half the people that was trying to trying to open things up a little bit in a safe manner and You had weld. County officials saying one thing that state officials saying another and at the end of the day it was just. I couldn't imagine the stress. The doctor Wallace was in so Really really difficult decision. But he has a sense. Made the decision that this will be his last month here with the weld. County health departments Let's go ahead and talk about this castle. Rock of restaurant I'm sure that you've seen this and if you haven't There's a a restaurant in castlerock that opened up despite the shutdown and it.

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All About Phobias

Therapy for Black Girls

09:34 min | 2 years ago

All About Phobias

"Think so much for joining me for session. One forty three of the therapy for black girls podcast. In today's session. We're talking all about phobias and joining us for this. Conversation is Indiana Jones. Mendis is a licensed clinical social worker and Founder of Asha Counseling in coaching LLC. Which is a group practice with locations in Chicago Illinois? She's passionate about helping individuals overcome their fears and live life to the fullest Mandy sent. I chatted about what will be are and how they're different from my everyday fears. Some common misconceptions about phobias how they impact multiple areas of person's life. And how phobias are treated if you hear something that resonates with you are listening. Please share with us on social media using the HASHTAG. Tb In session. Here's our conversation joining us today. Mandy thank you so much for having me. This is such an incredible opportunity. I'm a member of the therapy for black girls community. I'm just so grateful for this platform art. You're doing well. I am grateful for all of you who are members of the community and makes the work. So incredibly rewarding. So I'm grateful for you so I'm happy to have you here to talk with us today about phobias. There are lots of questions. Typically in the community about all of the different ways that anxiety presents and we have not touched on phobias specifically some really happy to have you here to talk more about that is. This is what your specialty areas. Can you start by just telling us? What a phobia is and how it might be different than are like everyday worries and fears. Yeah this really happy to talk about this topic. Because actually before asset down to this interview one of the receptionist in my workspace she was talking about her phobia of dogs and how it has impacted her career so just to talk about phobias. It's a bag. Notable middle disorder is a type of anxiety disorder that causes an individual to experience extreme irrational fear about a situation living creature place or object. The person will experience intense distress. When they're faced with the source of their fall via is so funny that you mention the receptionist with the dog will be. I A pretty intense dog phobia. When I was younger. It could not be around and had never had a bad experience or anything with dogs until one of my friends during first jobs together. She had two dogs that I fell in love with and so that kind of cured. Me Of a phobia and now I have two dogs of my own. I'm glad you brought that up because I had that on my list of chat with you about because I think that that is one of the ones that we often see and that feels like people are very dismissive of it right like it's like. Oh this is just a dog. It's not GONNA do anything. Dog is not GONNA DO ANYTHING. You're right. People are very dismissive but it. This is a diagnosed mental disorder for people who have phobias it really impacts their lives. I have a phobia as well. So I say is four legged animals but particularly cats wear. I Will Avoi- places where I believe that there is a cat or see a cat in this very very common in the Black Community. Specifically related to animals. You mean just obvious. In general got it though they. They say they don't know exactly. How obvious are 'cause I mean. Sometimes we do have experiences where we are. You know maybe attacked by animal had a traumatic experience. I can water or something like that but a Lotta Times. The phobia is genetic in pass through Okay so it makes sense that if we've seen like parents or loved ones can be struggling with will be is that is something that we might struggle with as will buy because our parents sometimes will reinforce that phobia so if you have a parrot. That's afraid of dogs. For whatever reason you might hear or witness your your parent afraid and therefore you take on that. Fear Yourself Got It okay. So are there things that you feel like are commonly misunderstood about phobia? So we've already touched a little bit about how people will sometimes we'll minimize like. Oh that's not a big deal but are there other things that are commonly misunderstood understanding the difference between a normal fear and phobia? We all have ears in some anxieties. What a phobia is when we actually rearrange our lives to avoid that phobia so for example you know we all may feel a little nervous anxious overflying especially if the weather is bad at their term limits you know our stomachs may drop in. May Be uncomfortable but a phobia person who fear flying phobia. Flying wouldn't go to their best friends wedding on an island because they're afraid to fly there so that is the difference in that people. I think you know having a phobia myself people not understanding that we don't WanNa be afraid and we don't own avoid these situations but the fear in our minds out ways the benefit of going to the wedding or going to someone's house with a cat or swimming in the ocean right And I think that that's a great example. Ray because I think if you don't show go with a phobia or you know if you're not really kind of up on like what it means to have a phobia you don't understand how this can impact someone's life so a decision about whether. I'm going to travel to a friend's wedding but I would imagine that even more everyday occurrences may be impacted because of phobias. Can you talk more about? Maybe some of those things that people might not even recognize that they're doing because a phobia is well. One thing is job opportunity so does using a dog example. We've had gift my husband with the Palatine by for Christmas. And they come in and they set that up one of the women who said enough the bike before she entered the home as if they were any pet and of course. We don't have any s a socio constable and I thought about her later. What does she do you know she? She described her dogs. And all of that and I thought about what? What does she do what she goes to? Someone's home and that have. Some people are very protective of their pets. Feel their pets are part of the household and do not want to put them up and so what happens to her in her job. Opportunity you know. Does she quit does she? Avoid one work day or if you you know keep an on employment You know what if you have a fear of elevators height and your offer the opportunity in a building you know in the offices on the floor and sometimes people will avoid not take the job so it really impacts people every day on big decisions such as their jobs. Then you know I think about myself you know the fear. My daughter's school. There was a a cat little neighborhood. Cats that the kids were feeding an address Taking her to school because the cat in everyone will say that You know the castlerock on by the in I really had to. I had to stand across the street and ask someone else Walker in the building because I was terrified. Yes even everyday things like that like you mentioned that you just might not even think about but that takes so much of your like emotional energy and really I would imagine it also impact your mood for the rest of the right. Yes and just the thought of having to face this you know once I realized with the cat that okay. This cat is going to be around. And they're feeding the cat. Every morning I woke up with this dread of taking my daughter to school. Because I'm thinking about this cat you know Thing ABOUT PHOBIAS. That it overtakes our thoughts and we're constantly thinking about it and worrying about it and like you said you know expanding that emotional energy on something that really when we think about it is anything that we really shouldn't be afraid of I mean but of course that's the way that anxiety works right. Is that even though if you are not struggling with anxiety the threat me look like it's not an actual threat but in your mind he's very much like a real threat exactly. Yeah Yeah. And that's the part. I think that is often misunderstood. If you're somebody who has struggled with anxiety in one way or another it may feel like oh just go bring your daughter to school right like the kid is not going to bother you but in your mind it feels like a very real kind of a risk in a threat situation. Yes that's from. Our flight and fight response is that we feel. We'RE IN DANGER. And we will have physical symptoms when we are experiencing or exposed to that threat of the phone via you know we may feel our heart rate elevated may sweat we may you know. Have all types of physical symptoms because of it.

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"castlerock" Discussed on Stinger TV and Movie Podcast

Stinger TV and Movie Podcast

11:10 min | 3 years ago

"castlerock" Discussed on Stinger TV and Movie Podcast

"If she gave her all the medication in the ice cream she should've just let it take effect. I know and instead she tries to strangle her. Her and then escapes runs outside and and tries to Untie a boat to escape. Yep and a Any jumps after her and they struggle in the water and she ends up drowning her. Which is really ironic and also kind of cool? Because that's what she was GonNa the beginning. I mean just think it's not the way they played that parallel. You know I liked it. I liked it. Yeah and so she goes back in the house and this is now enjoys just floating in the water and I don't know why I laugh at these things but it. It was such a weird famous. You just kind of left her there and like you know waddled back into the house so she finds this letter finds a letter from joy where joys explaining to her you know. I'm sorry I lied to you. I really need to be on my own. The man I was talking to it was a lawyer was going to. We were talking about emancipation. And I'll always love you blah blah blah. So then any thinks oh shit. She runs back out. She grabs joy from the water and tries to resuscitate her. And we think. I think that she succeeds. Well I will admit that when I watched that scene I was like really like. Oh you're drowning await let me go out and save you and I was like really like that easy to resuscitate someone right so I was just like okay thinking like that. That was weak. Yeah me too. I was like no right. No way that guy up and and as it turns out there's no way that could happen Yup and and We don't really get get it at first but I was starting to suspect because the next couple scenes they show joy no joy phone. She's so happy I I know that they are happier than ever been. And they're doing all these fun things together and they're paying very strong again. Yes and then they go to a book reading slash signing with Paul Sheldon and joy sitting next to her and she soaks. They're so excited to be there. And everything a man comes up and says to Annie. Excuse me as has anyone in this seat and she goes well there sure is Mr. Of course it's taken. Yeah or a like and then if if you noticed they were kind of lingering on some of the faces in the crowd at the book signing and I recognize the faces but I couldn't pinpoint them. I'm like wait. That's somebody and my daughter was like. Oh maybe the I think those were the people from the Marston House the reincarnate all the peace bio maybe. It's all people she killed. Hold on because I checked so I wasn't sure I but I knew I had seen their faces before. And then we find out that the chair next anti actually empty and the whole time she actually did kill joy and all of its in in her head so nice that is the end and she is just mesmerized world where the people in the audience her mother and her father. Well I do see her mother. I didn't notice her father. But what about other people you said you noticed other people from the Marston House. No my daughter said that maybe they were okay. Okay no yeah. 'cause I saw there were a couple of faces that I recognized. And I'm like I know some of these people and my daughter said Oh maybe the people the reincarnated people. It was her Taylor right then. Louis went and checked. We confirmed it was her mother and her father so she was seeing. Everybody did so. That's nice yeah. Yeah so I aw that was a fantastic ending. I just thought it was perfect. Just perfect so I thought the Paul Sheldon connection seemed a little bit forced like let's is just wrap it up and put a bow on it but I didn't mind it. I didn't mind it because I think that they wanted to deliver to the fans. This is how anti became the person that was in the movie misery. This is what set her on that path. So the other thing that I thought was really cool as it felt to me a little bit. Like when rogue one the Star Wars movie ended right up and brought you right to the point. Yeah when a new hope started with Princess Leia. That was the feeling I got at the end of this. I'm like Oh my God. They brought me right to that moment right to the moment where she is just obsessed with Paul Sheldon. So I love that. I thought it was great. I didn't think it was really forced. I didn't I don't I don't agree agree. Well I didn't. I didn't mind it I just like I said I thought it was like. Let's put a bow on it and deliver it but again I didn't mind it. I will say overall Paul what I loved about. Anne is bitch was crazy. Okay Yeah and yet. We still felt sympathy for her. Like oh my gosh in memory and I guess the differences that stories being told from Paul Sheldon's point of view this is even though there's no necessarily a point of view for this series series like we really got some insight as to who she was in even though she was a vicious murderer. We knew that she wasn't malicious. I mean it was right. I mean she tried for so long so hard I mean sixteen years and really what it comes down to is. She was perfectly fine nine not one hundred percent but I mean she was taking her right cocktail of drugs. You was raising joy and everything was okay until she got to castle. Rock castlerock is the downfall of everybody so herald. Yes don't go there. That's the lesson the other thing. I wanted to mention real quick when we talked about that French film. The Joy was watching a lot of people. Say Well how how. How could she understand the French in the film and everything and I think it's just because they were in Canada and she was watching it but I think our emotions were coming from the content of the film and I didn't know this but I I read this from another commenter that the movie was actually a notoriously explicit? LGBTQ movie it call. Blue is the warmest color so knowing what we know about joy in her relationship with chance and all of that I think that may be as where her emotion could have come from from amity right. Yeah Yeah I think so too. Yeah so yeah fantastic fantastic season and do we want to talk a little bit about the Stephen King references. I think we've mentioned a few but there are a couple I really. Yeah one of the ones that I caught at that. I actually don't think a lot of other people caught but chance. There's one point when Rita comes to town. Retracts down chance because it was her phone she says. Well what's what's your what's your real name. And she says Georgia let chance and Gordie lachance is. The boy is will Wheaton's character in standby I am by. No I would have never known that. Okay now look. Don't you think she told looks like she could daughter. Could yeah totally yeah. She's got like the same face ace so I thought that was awesome and I think that she's probably his daughter and I hope that maybe they bring that up again because we don't have chance died either so I don't know I like I'd like to see her again The other girl just a little more stand by me. The other girl in the group was named Vera. The other friend and there was vern in stand by me. Okay you know So that was Kinda cool The Mellow Tiger Bar is again and again mentioned. That's from the book needful things they also have the mellow tiger in season one. So that's going going to be Probably a recurring location and and cancel the emporium. Gloria was also definitely folks. Yep Yep Someone and said that one of the cars that they showed an episode. Seven was the Christine car which I did not catch it all. I wouldn't know that but it you seeing Christine would you remember. Member of the car looked Y. Yeah it's yet. It's a pretty. Yeah I feel like I'm GONNA have to go check that out now. People people might WanNa Google that one. That sounds cool. Dairies mentioned several times that I guess Nans. Lunch is also a location. That's featured in a lot of kings books books and that's where the Flashback happened when pop and Abdur I'm sorry Abdeen. Nadia were first having milkshakes and fries with pop when they first Chris got adopted finance and I guess that's been name dropped a bit and of course any tells joy I'm your number one fan and that it was just a great great line. Yeah so I guess the ultimate question is will there be a season three. Oh there has to be I mean yes but it has. It has yet to be officially renewed for a third season but Dustin Thomason who we talked about before. The show runner doesn't seem to be worried about whether it will be back for another season. He said that a already have plans for season. Three including which Stephen King character they want to explore. Because I need time to prep for this and so this was in a collider article. They asked him. Do you already have a plan in place for season three. Do you know which characters you'd like to explore next if that happens and he said I could tell you but then an ice cream scoop you. He said Salmon. I tried to map things out. Broadly from the beginning. And you'll start to see some of that as the later episodes. Come come and definitely like you said we we start to see tied together. The plan was always to have an interconnected set of stories and while every season would be its own launching launching point. There would be this fabric of Stephen King's multi-diverse if you will that always bubbled beneath it and a unity to the stories that existed and so I think fans of season one will find things in season two which absolutely did and that may be that. They're not expecting along the way and when we get to season three I hope that there will be a continuation of what we've done in this season an an expansion and the audience will start to feel that there was a plan from the beginning I've got goosebumps. I was just GonNa say that gives me chills. I know I know I love this. Show so ma. I could never imagine being a writer for this. I'm I mean I'm a writer. Imagine doing this kind of writing. It's just while it was great so we are huge castle rock fans. We would like to thank you for taking a detailed walk down the season two lane and we'd love to hear what your favorite episodes were What you're open questions are from from castlerock season two and what you would like to see in Castle Rock Stephen in what you would like to see in castlerock season three what carothers rate it conversation? Dixon's yes I can't wait. I can't wait either well until then or until a few weeks from now it's going to take a week off for Christmas. Right sounds good. We'll be back in January with our best of two thousand nineteen and we will talk to you guys then. Bye Bye.

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"castlerock" Discussed on Stinger TV and Movie Podcast

Stinger TV and Movie Podcast

12:46 min | 3 years ago

"castlerock" Discussed on Stinger TV and Movie Podcast

"We're an episode six called the mother and read it comes down to I find joy so we find out that Rita we see this brief scene where she's got one of those like I don't know what you call them when a detective as like push pins and yarn and everything you know like trying to travel right down. Yeah she's got that on her wall so you discover that she's been trying to track Anne for sixteen years ears and you know that that one little point really bother me I mean right well okay. We don't know how long Rita was lying on the floor or how long it was before she got help and they reported that Anne had taken the baby baby but she's a sixteen year old girl with no job no money nothing and I just have a hard time believing that for sixteen years ears. She couldn't be found but again I guess that plays into Annie's cleverness and manipulation of people. Well changing her name in. Yeah I know and her location and young girl with a newborn baby. How hard would that be to track down? I don't know Shannon. I've never tried it anyway. All right moving on so she finds I'd be really gets the phone call and she is like. Oh my God you know. This is something. Obviously this person's mentioning the ravening Angel and joy he kind of hung up on her but she tracked the number she tracked the number and found that the phone belonged to chance who gave joy the phone and went went and spoke to chance you know just hopped on a bus or whatever got in her car. went to Maine and joy learns the truth about everything and look. Let me stop you right there because although everything that Anne did is just horrendous Indus horrific when you hear the real story that's her mother and that's all she's known for Eighteen Years Yep and so I could really feel the conflict the joy must feel right. Oh absolutely this is her mother and that's who she was meant to be with but at the same time how could she abandon Anne any because that that's her mother and her mother needs her Yup. She truly doesn't know what to do. And she tells Annie they get together talk and she tells her that she needs to leave and go where no one can find her because she knows that the story is GonNa come out from Rita and he's going to go to jail gail or worse so she still kind of wants to protect and like you said she loves her so any almost seems to accept that joy needs go on our own way and she writes a letter saying she'll always be her number one fan Call back to misery and joy goes back to the cabin heaven looking for her mom and ends up it. No one's there and then she hears screaming and she hears gunshots and we find out that let Rita had gone to Anne's cabin. Now I think joy at this point had already told me to listen. I don't really want to be your kid. I'm just GONNA go. Oh do my own thing. Now I'M GONNA be on my own right. So Rita was very distraught also and she kinda wanted to make any pay and she has a gun and she gotta got to kill any but any runs and they chase each other down and like I said Joyce shows up and she hears them runs after them and Oh okay so rita is like just I mean. She's she's cocked begun. She's just about to kill Anne and joy comes up behind her and injects her with that emergency drug whatever that is to make her pass out as she passes is out she drops the gun which already cocked and it goes off and shoots her rita. I really want to know how how easily guns go off accidentally really I mean I guess if you're talking at all all you have to you don't have to pull the trigger. Just that call Casta you have to have some pressure on it. I guess so they. They never they never definitively say that. Rita's dead but we assume that she is right. Yeah Okay Yeah we do assume that she is. I don't I don't know if they say that when they have Anne the cops are questioning any enjoy. I'm not sure if they actually say she's dead or if they show anything like that but Yeah we're just assuming coming that. She's dead so anti confesses to killing Rita to protect joy. And that was that was the end of this episode. Then we move onto episode seven. I didn't realize I gave myself all the good episodes here Shannon. I didn't do that on purpose. We're that's up for debate. The word episode seven. This is the one that made my jaw drop. Yup Okay so this is where we again this. This is a departure from the current story. This is the history of Castlerock in Salem slaughtered Jerusalem slot and we find out back in sixteen nineteen a group the French settlers. We're having trouble growing anything on the land. By the way I did spend some time in Maine and it is accurate. That a lot of Maine was actually settled by the French. Okay so so they were having trouble growing on the land. Growing anything on the land and Amity who is was she. The daughter of the the pastor sounds right yet. I think that's what it was so our Shannon USA that amity made a deal with the devil was it the devil. ooh That's that's my take all right so amity goes out she's she's sort of like Not like an oracle but almost like a prophet almost like a visionary. Mary and you know she sees A. Let's say an angel we don't know if it's what they call him. They call him an angel right but we don't know if he's an angel of light eight or an angel of darkness so she makes a deal with an angel and and miraculously you know they're able to grow things and everything like the community Starts to thrive and I think they actually burn those that that were the naysayers right right. Right they burn them crosses right yes but then she gets word from the angel that they all have to be killed and she's like wait. Are you sure this is what has to happen. And they all agree that they have to be killed so that they can come back to life in four hundred years. Why we don't know no we? I don't know that. So basically what happens is they put this like this moth in there or they have to swallow this moth four right and then so they lay down in these coffins. They swallow them off and then their throats are slit And then the that August August who becomes okay so in the future is the last one to die right yes and he has to be so how does he die. We don't know. Does he slit his own throat. Yeah he probably had to kill him so okay so so what we find out. Is that four hundred years later. The settlers will be reincarnated into new vessels or new bodies and that that August will be the first first one to be resurrected and so in amity is supposed to be the last and amity will be the rest so he is the reincarnation of of ace so What we find is that actually goes to Shawshank prison? And we find this out because pop. Merrill goes to visit the ACE and Chris's father who is in. Yeah right so we'll find out that's how he became the guardian of the kids. But we find that ace has been to Shawshank and has been trying to find the cell of the kid so this is all from season. One now. You mentioned at the end of season one. That Henry Deaver was watching over the kid in the whole in Shawshank. I don't remember refresh my memory. Yeah well that was the last episode. He he puts the kid back into the hole where Ward Lacey had him and then you see him kind of periodically. I think they show that maybe they don't show but somehow they insinuate that he comes to visit. I think it was Christmas or something. But so he comes to visit him and check check that he's there and talk to him like every so often. Yes so if you haven't reached the only one I think that knows he's down there. Yeah so if you haven't seen season one probably this whole episode or parts of this episode made you sort of scratch your head So what ends up happening is they are doing a big four hundredth with anniversary parade. Like the celebration of the four hundred anniversary of the founding of Castle Rock and they bring out the statue. It's The statue of an angel and they reveal the statue and there's like this bright light that comes from it and we were all we also see that the the real life incarnation of the statue is who amity met for one hundred years ago and he puts the hood of his cloak down. And it is. It's the Kid Don Don Don and we're like and did you. Did you know like when I first saw the statue that they they were pray that the settlers four hundred years ago. We're talking to that amity was praying to talking to. I thought that it looked like him. No I didn't have any inkling whatsoever also to me. This was a huge like I was watching. It knows although myself because nobody watched the show with me this season I would like so anyway there so everyone seems to fall under a spell and we find out it's actually. I thought it was like looking at the statue but it wasn't. It was the sound the yeah and some people don't hear it. which again doesn't that call back to season one? Like some people heard it and some people didn't like the Henry's Henry's Dad was trying to get him to hear the sound member that right and he had to pretend like he heard it. But right here it yeah So I'm just not so sure. Why there you're so very few people that didn't hear the sound or you're right pal? We don't know that and we we did not we do not find this out and this is probably Lee something a theme. That's going to carry on. Yeah I think so future size deal like what I would enjoy is if they kind of just kept weaving this in the story about Augustine and amity and the kid and when castle rock ultimately comes to an end that is when we discover all all the mysteries of the kid. Yes that would be cool. He's he's GonNa play in future. We know that now but I absolutely love this episode food and sometimes I don't like it when they deviate too much from the main story stranger things too but I absolutely loved this backstory it. It was like creepy and interesting at the same time. Oh my God yeah. It was fantastic on episode eight. This was called dirty and we see the statue. You and it's being moved you know. It's being pulled on this big truck or whatever through from castle rock to Salem Slot Crat Chronic rumps CA. I just like to give you a little. It's not Rod castlerock hassle and as it moves through the street beat. Everyone's following it. Everyone's falling in line falling under the spell hearing the sound so any enjoy. Then we go back to their story after killing Ling Rida or after Rita dies accidentally I guess right Any enjoy a have they were with the police but then some of the policemen who are the reincarnated people from the Marston House under acis direction those policemen go. I mean these people are still able to interact with the community the and act like they are who they are right so those policemen go and they get Anne enjoy and bring them to the Marcin House. 'cause Remember Ace believes the Anne is is the one for amity. Yeah and I think that's an important point because not everybody that followed the angel like some people were vessels and some people were. We're simply followers right right and actually a lot of the people that were I mean I think most of the people that were vessels were just milling around in the house and stuff. It's like they. They weren't compelled compelled at all. It was really just the town..

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"castlerock" Discussed on Stinger TV and Movie Podcast

Stinger TV and Movie Podcast

22:03 min | 3 years ago

"castlerock" Discussed on Stinger TV and Movie Podcast

"In a world where your friends and Co workers don't understand your movie or TV obsession obsession where you just the goonies I watched it with my son He loves movie I loved watching the movie okay well now it is that time of the podcast where we would like you to go ahead and hit that subscriber if you are enjoying our conversation every two weeks we come to you and we give you what we're watching a topic of the week we talk about everything the and movies and if you don't WanNa wait every two weeks we have a fantastic group on Facebook TV and movie discussion with Stinger if you search that on facebook you're gonNA find our group Yup and you're GonNa join and you're going to talk about everything that you're watching and you're gonNA find somebody that's watching it and you're going to have support and it's going to be awesome guys it's an inner national group it s just a you know we have people in where was the guy from Chile somewhere in America we have from Africa their netflix watchers. Just like you and me so I think it's awesome we love hearing perspectives from all over I'd love for you to join us on facebook great place for discussion but really go to singer universe dot com that's our website where it has links to all of our podcasts as well as all our articles and recaps and previews and reviews so please join us there because now we're taking a turn and to a darker part of the podcast we're going to be talking about castlerock Why castlerock why now well you may be like Castlerock I watched that last year yes you did and so did we we had a couple of podcasts that we loved about it but as I mentioned at the beginning of the podcast Shannon I went up to New York went to New York Khan and we got to hear all about season two which is coming out on Hulu October twenty third so not only did we get a chance to interview the cast of season to the major players along with the executive producer co creator and show runner but we also got a little sneak he can some of the first few episodes so if you're listening to this now there's a good chance that you haven't seen castlerock yet because we know it doesn't I'm out till the twenty third so this is going to be a spoiler free discussion we're going to talk to you if you haven't seen it because chances are you haven't seen it but the reason we want to do it is because we're huge fans there were so excited yes we're going to get into this and again spoiler free but what we want to talk to you about is the actors the characters the basic story that's going to be happening in season to a castle rock and the incredible field ruling that we're getting from this season Oh are we having feelings I'm having feelings I don't know about you but I'm having a lot of feelings because I I find myself and this is the marker of good show I find myself thinking about this in my day to day activities and I go down what's going to happen what do I get I get that feeling totally when you're thinking about it after the credits have rolled the annual yeah I agree you literally can't wait to get back to these people's world so I have only watched the first three episodes and I may stop there here's the thing when it drops on October twenty third they are dropping the first are- episodes this season as well they're dropping the first three episodes and then it's going to be a weekly show we'll talk about why they're doing it that way but I think it's going to be a total of ten episodes is that right correct yes so three episodes the first week and then over the course of the next seven weeks you'll finish it so I kinda wanted to be current with what everyone else is going to be able to binge when it first comes out so verse three episodes let's just talk before we dive into the story the characters all that just give me your overall impressions of the tone the vibe of season two as it compares to season one for you so this season I think the story is a little more of a story okay.

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Disney+ streaming service gets a new name, logo, and more confirmed content

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04:28 min | 4 years ago

Disney+ streaming service gets a new name, logo, and more confirmed content

"You know, I I've been wondering since Disney announced the streaming service, and this, you know, this deal with FOX going, you know, apparently going through, you know, what would be left for who with the Disney streaming service launching. But now that we know that the Disney streaming services going to be split up into right now five categories, National Geographic, Star Wars marvel Pixar in Disney that doesn't seem to include like ABC in the other like, you know, TD networks. I mean that Content's probably going to go on Hulu, not that anybody said anything about that. But. Chris I'm wondering, you probably watch more content that both mean been combined. Are you nervous? But what's going to happen too? I mean. Maybe you know, I don't think never happens now like Hulu content just going to go up in smoke. The way film struck is unfortunately, but yeah, I'm not really sure I mean, you know, I do like Hulu, I don't mind the interface so much. So I guess it's it's really a wait and see sort of thing. What do you think about the original programming on who is thus far? I haven't seen a lot of it. But the the stuff I've watched I liked I really liked Castlerock. I've loved the looming tower, which is another one of their shows. So it's they're slowly building their own lineup. It's not quite as good as net flicks yet. And I don't think it's quite as buzz about like, I really like the show they made call the first about going to Mars with Sean Penn. But I haven't seen anyone talk. I really don't know if they're having as much impact as they should be. It's weird for me, the Hulu original programming fuels more like network to login than it does like cable or premium like cable programming like Netflix, and, you know, aim see in the HBO that kind of stuff Ben do you have any experience originals? Yeah. I mean, I watched the Handmaid's tale. That's the big one that I've seen every episode of that one certainly doesn't seem like something that looked be on network TV. But I think. Really? I don't know for me. I haven't really watched much of their original stuff beyond that. I've seen some of the episodes of the Mindy project, which Hulu saved after NBC cancelled it, but yeah, I haven't really gotten a chance added a bunch of stuff to Mike you there. But it's sort of like the the third or fourth thing that I check through when I'm looking to watch something I'll I'll go to my DVR first. And then I'll go to like Netflix, and then check down to, you know, HBO go or something like that. And then go to Hulu, and so, yeah, there's still a lot there that I haven't something my teeth into yet is hint speeds tail the the loan esteem show original show who at this point. I can't think of anything else I can have them. And I can't think I mean Castlerock had a lot of hype around it. But I don't think that's like prestige. Yeah. That's not going to be. I don't think we're going to see a lot of that with the word season and stuff that. Yeah. It'll be interesting. What happens to? Who and also wear Twentieth Century, Fox falls into this. Because we don't know, you know, we we've heard that wants to keep this Disney streaming service this Disney. Plus, I don't like this name had been. I know Ben you like it. But like what does that even mean Disney? Plus, it's like more than Disney. Yeah. It's I don't know. Google. Plus to me, isn't that like a thing like Google, plus or my remembering something wrong that was a thing. Thing. Of. No, it's a. I'm wondering if Twentieth Century Fox could, you know, become the six brand in that Disney streaming service, or if the the FOX content might somehow fall into who in some way, like is that too is it to adult is it above the family friendly threshold, then Disney wants to keep on the streaming service. Yeah. Like would they include some of that stuff in the Disney category? Because that you know, the just the word Disney sort of implies family friendly. So yeah, I can see what you're talking about there that might be a problem. But then it's Disney. Plus, so it could be more than just Disney. Right. Yeah. Disney after door to that. Time..

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