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"chris sarandon" Discussed on WRKO AM680
"POLL question is up. Halle Berry apologized for considering Betraying a transgender character in her next movie, your thoughts? A. I'm glad she apologized because Halle Berry is not a transgender or B, This is crazy. Currently 94% of you fall in the This is crazy part ay. I just don't know. I'd say I don't know where we're headed here, but I think I do know where we're headed, and it's not good. It's not progress. It's the opposite of that. It's regress. And I don't know who gets to make the decisions on these things. Who gets to decide what's what's appropriate what isn't appropriate, but The idea that Halle Berry is instinctively wrong for this role because she can't possibly know how to do this if she's not that Person is crazy. It's called acting and Halle Berry. Maybe the only reason that the movie gets made if Halle Berry doesn't do it, there may be no movie. How is that progress? That's where we're at now. Halle Berry had to apologize for considering not for taking the role, but for considering taking the role. Because she's not transgender, and that's ridiculous. That she would think about. Playing a transgender character 617 to 66 68 68 is the phone number Johnson and over John's next on RKO. Call. Hey, John Going Jones actually a comics for 1/2 hour ago about the star power. I can name you too quick moves right away that that probably wouldn't have been maiden. What did this blockbuster work for actors being cast in rolls, But they don't fit Tom Hanks Corrections who thinks that Philadelphia would have been a blockbuster hit without Tom Hanks playing the lead character. Yeah, I will never know. But we know that it was won with him playing the lead character correct. In a 2nd 2nd movie, Tom Hanks, also who believes that it would have been a hit without John, Let's go playing and in the world, according to Garp. I hated that movie lift goes a great actor, though. I love lift Now he's actually if you haven't seen it yet, John John Lithgow has a major role in the new Perry Mason. It sounds like I'm doing commercials in this show, but I just shows really good. And I don't know if people know about it. Lift AUSA in that, John. He's very good. I think you just sold it to me. Oh, it's very good. The 1st 1 you kind of like, I don't know if I love this. It's trying really hard in the first episode, Be patient. The second episode is excellent and you'll be in on it guaranteed. But John, you raise that you raised the point. Which is that yes, and weaken. I used the Dog Day afternoon example. That was a real life bank robbery where the guy was robbed. A cappuccino character was trying to rob the bank because his lover wanted to have a sex change operation in the movie. The guy that played his lover was not. It was Susan Sarandon's brother. I think if memory serves, but Chris Sarandon, I think, but I'd have to go back, but he he was not what the character was. But it was great performance. It was a great movie. There's a 1,000,000 of these, John, where Why do you have to be the thing that you're playing? But now I guess this is how it's going to be John. I don't think you can catch Are we going to be is Eric Stonestreet, the last of the Mohegans for lack of a better term? You know, I know that's on P C T even say now. But is he? Is he a dinosaur? Is he the last of the heterosexual care actor playing a gay character? It goes way back. How many? How many straight characters with Rock Hudson? That's a whole other thing. That's a period I didn't love. I mean that idea that people had to pretend they were something other than they were in the studio would give him fake lives. And you all that that nobody wants to go back to that, Jon, but on also understood. Yeah, I get you. I I just I I think people are in for a rude awakening. If they think that the stories they want to be told by the people they want to tell them if they think it's that simple. It's just not and it's never going to be I mean, the idea of Nicholas Plage can't playing a cop when Nicolas Cage has never been a cop? Well, it seems to work people like his movies. They spend a lot of money on his movies. Nicholas Cage played a convict his Nicholas Everett Cage ever done a lot of period long period of time in prison, But Connor was a huge hit. Like Another good example. Vehbi of another actor who's probably got a problematic I am D B to the wo crowd at the tax line 7470 A couple people talking about Dustin Hoffman. He Yeah, Tootsie. And Of course, he was plain autistic man and rain man. He's not autistic. Well, what you get to hear in the end, John, I appreciate the call, by the way. Good points is so we did the gone with the wind thing, right? So They pulled that from the streaming service. Then they put it back up. But it comes with warnings and disclaimers. Now are these things going to happen? Going forward where modern family is going to have a disclaimer? And before you watch this, you should know. That there is a gay character in the show that is portrayed by someone who was not gay at the time. Is that we have to do that. And I think it's some considerations like appropriation can be homage. It's not always just like an insult automatically when you're not something and you decide to act as something As an actor, you know Well, for example, SpongeBob SpongeBob, for some reason came out. The creators of SpongeBob came out last week and said SpongeBob is gay. Okay, Well, I don't know. Is the voice of SpongeBob guy? I don't know. I don't know. I don't know what his story is. But is that a problem? If he isn't? He sounds a bit like me, so I don't know. And also I when you watch SpongeBob isn't even a thing anyway. When I was a kid growing up, there was a bunch of cartoon characters. You know, Scooby Doo was one of them in there in the Scooby Doo family. You are always like, What's the deal with that character? Yea or nay in global block? Hi clock SpongeBob as flamboyantly a sexual. I think apparently he's gay. But for whatever that's worth why they felt the need. I don't know, but fine. We watch SpongeBob before we'll watch SpongeBob again. It means nothing in our house. SpongeBob is great end of story. But will there need to be some sort of disclaimer on it going forward? This is where all of this is headed. It seems like where Unless you are exactly what we want you to be. You're goingto have problems with us..
"chris sarandon" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum
"Did altered state therapy. It's Kinda therapy alike altered state. Yeah and what is that with drugs at all had any ketamine? I did Ketamine for pain. It doesn't work pain. Well they said it would works for. Ptsd so you had a lot of PTSD. I didn't have a lot of PTSD. I had I had four specific things I was going after and I and I worked with the I do exactly what they were. I spoke with him a few times to kind of nail down. I went after it. I mean the way that I did. It was not an clinic. It was It was privately and it was. It was immensely helpful and when I say to you you know oh I do. I need to have a Man. I. I'm not saying that to use a self deprecating thing. I'm saying that as a woman who understands her machinery. I'm saying that as women who understands her creative machinery I became an actress because Neil OC- form and said under leach cool. You have to decide if you will be a good girlfriend or a good actress and I thought what to see need more. He needs someone to star in his movie. I can do that. I wanted to be a singer and I was singing jazz. And kind of writing these plaintiff little songs candidate and Ronnie Hawkins is bandages. Left him at gun on the road is the would dylan is hawks or whatever. And he said you know. Stick with me the party through silk so I learned all these rockabilly tunes. It's always been in service of some man and I always get out of it carrying the pearls but it just that's that's my machinery and I'm kind of into it. Although I have of late thought is. It really might just trying to get to that. Universal that universal consciousness were all of our hopes and desires in in creativity lies to some art. Here's what I think I know. Sound like a bullshit. No I think some people think you're probably a little crazy and some people think you're genius. What's so crazy? Let me? I'm not on the genius. There's a thin line. I think what you're saying makes perfect sense to me. Some people have whatever that. Why do I want to deal with those exactly? That's my point but what was mine. What I'm thinking is this. I know where my mind goes in millions of places and I could feel like all all over the place which I you probably feel in a lot of ways to open right but then I sort of feel like you know. I'm like you know I'm this and I'm thinking of this and I'm thinking of this and how do I calm my mind? Now there is that one thing I think it was Einstein. That's why I go to therapy. Just because I like to channel all the shit for an hour and a half and then go I feel good. It's off my chest. I do it in a different way. I write songs. I work on my shoes. It I used manage. Yeah use it see and I mean it's it's getting frustrating because all the work that I've been doing since last. May I don't have something to show for it so it does sound crazy on his? I'm using it. It sounds crazy if I was just in a normal life and I wasn't And I didn't have any creative outlets. Go Yeah maybe I should do therapy. But that's not where I'm at but I think you know I'm not at that. I'm into that by the way if you say you're crazy because in a year whatever you haven't figured out a one woman show. That's the genius that you've been thinking for your for how many years it takes time you know what? Rufus said he said. I should just book the cake and then I'll have to do it. You know with somebody else just told me they said again people always way. Here's what he said is. Actually you know who this was. This is Billy Boyd. From Lord of the Rings he was on the last podcast or podcast few weeks ago and he says this made a lot of sense. People are always near accent. I want to the exit. But he said people are always wanting to perfect something to rehearse it so much and then for because they don't want people to think or show that and he goes. That's just part of it but I know. But here's the thing that is my second phase my second phases in April and Kirk comes back from there with tweet Zo and we are going to put it on. Its feet the last question. Yeah has al. Did you ever ask Albino? Fuck about the poster. No nothing sexual. Nothing I said poster. Oh Oh yeah. Yeah you're GONNA get him and he'll do that you know. I'm GonNa ask you about this. Did you ever ask him to run lines or did he ever ask you run lines? I just think that defunding watching you guys on lines together going to indulge in this kind of psycho fantastic fan based line of questioning. It's really demeaning. And you shouldn't do that. It's way it's demeaning demeaning yourself when someone attaches it's a fan like thing that means they put someone above them. Don't if you put someone above you you're putting some of its Kidman and someone goes at Chevron lines of the ago she did say none of Your Business. Fuck you beverly Dangelo. We go out to dinner with against him. Yeah this is called. Shit talk him throws him. Bam quick questions answered quickly. Benjamin j the central is one of the nuttiest horror movies ever made with lots of great actors making brief appearances. Do you have any stories from working on this movie and being directed by Michael Winner? I have a great story. And here's what it is. A brief Stewart. I'm in New York. I came to New York from Canada with a Broadway show. It opened a close lots of casting. Directors Doug me it was music version of Hamlet. I get called into meet with Michael Winner. Who was doing his next film. After death wish I go into the meeting. He says to me he talks to me for a few minutes and he says I want you to take this script home and read for the read. The role of Sandra. 'cause I'm offering it to you. I'd never been in the movies. I wasn't a screen actors guild. I go home I read it. I called the casting directors. Say I need to come back down and meet? Michael Wins that very unusual. You need your agent to arrange that and I said No. No no no no. I don't have an agent but I need to talk to me. Offered me the role. A what she comes back on the phone two minutes later and says Michael. See you go down there and I said Okay mic look. I'm a singer. I'm not an actress but if I wanted to be an actress. Do you think I really want to do this movie? Because my dear. I've done death which I've worked with Marlon Brando. Of course you want to do this. Movie starring Ava Gardner Burgess Meredith. All the great this but look look look on page sixty a meeting the brains out of a guy's head and and Amazon or something he said. But my dear. You'll be eating the brains out of Chris Sarandon's head and he's just been nominated for a dog an Oscar for dog day afternoon and I said well okay but look at this. Look at this look at this page after page. Sixty three pages I I'M I. I've got a masturbation scene and an atom part of a lesbian couple. And he go a a mute part of a lesbian couple of his but my debt e o lesbian lover will be played by Sylvia Miles. And she's been nominated twice so I thought okay so you did it. Yeah all right Andruzzi any great memories working on Annie Hall back in seventy seven I again. Same thing Broadway show closed. I'd done the sentinel at this. Point is still have a screen actors guild card casting director called me and meet Woody Allen. I had just happened to have a dream about the night before I took in my my diary. I said look. I just that you were in my backyard in the snow playing the Tuba and he said I'm working on a film. Can you come and be in tomorrow? I said Yeah. And that's how I ended up in Annie Hall. Raj Any interesting stories from working on the Simpsons. Oh Dave Mercantile. Long Time Merkin is one of my true friends to this day and it was always fabulous. I wrote finally bagged me a homer for that show and have the publishing and it's made me very happy. John L. S. Christmas vacation. Very special place in so many hearts of your favorite memories are just a memory from the set that you remember the Remember that we're just in jiving -membered that they were so rushed when we were getting this group. Shot that I said to Chevy. I'M GONNA put my hand on your crotch and like that. They bet the director won't catch it and it was true. And there's there's a shot in there because we only had one that he and he goes freeze. It is because it was the only one we had to get it and I said that directors Never GonNa notice what I'm doing because he'd never did Lisa which version of the griswold kids do. You feel most embodied the spirit of the Griswald I'm very partial to The first vacation because it was so innocent and so pure. But they're all so cool. I just did a screening at the Academy of Christmas vacation with Juliette Lewis and Johnny Gillespie. And they're just you know cooking on all four burners and they're all great Brittany headed feel getting called in. I come into vacation movie in Two Thousand Fifteen. Did It bring back memories starring with Chevy again? Well Chevy and I had just finished doing we. There had just finished. Oh No we were just on our way to doing a pilot together so it was just a reunion of sorts Nico Pe- if you could go back and choose acting or music as a career path which would you choose and why I would. I had an album for bill. Night didn't do it. I would have if I could go back. I would have said beverly. Just keep pushing. Stay true to yourself. Don't don't don't give up just because they all want Disco Karen B. Beverly. What was it like growing up with? Just brothers being the only girl. Well I think it affected me in the way that I I relate to men as brothers and that's not sexy and that's what Michael and I have been talking about 'cause if you had to boil down wouldn't you say on the sister. Type SISTER DUNHAM PRECIOUS SYSTEM. Not Mysterious friend. Well I mean I've known you for so long but if I if I was a dude that was like you know didn't know you. Billy Kinda sexy. She's funny. She's ridiculous athletic. Like I think you're throw ball to be sexy with no to be a true sister but here's what I do know my best girlfriends except for two of them are dead so my world is populated by all men. And it's very comfortable. I love men. I love to be around then. I love the way they think I love the way they can compartmentalize. They inspire me. I live for them. Just don't attack them. Just I now last. Angie can you show one thing you miss the most about the late? Great Carrie Fisher and side note. Also I have to say that after your Don Henley story the last episode. I decided you are my spirit. Animal say one story that we don't know about care that you just remember that you just small moment. Oh God it's thirty four years so many moments. Oh Oh oh you've caught me off balance.
"chris sarandon" Discussed on GSMC SciFi Podcast
"Need to do another rewatch of it starts out with a very young fred savage who is sick in bed and he is playing a video game that will make you name is Peter Falk anyway he plays Fred's grandfather and he comes to visit his sick grand Kerry always Mandy Patinkin Chris Sarandon Christopher Guest Wallace Shawn Andre the giant as I mentioned Fred Savage Robin Wright Peter Falk Peter Cook Mel Smith Carol Kane Billy Crystal it's just got an amazing cast and so many quotable lines so Starts Out with the love story of Wesley and buttercup Wesley is a farm boy he works for Buttercup they fall in love but he wants to pursue his fortune so he goes off to try to make something of himself and his ship was attacked by the dread pirate Roberts who never takes survivors so buttercup is distraught because her one true love is now dead fast forward a little bit and princess butter she's now known as Princess buttercup she has been chosen by the prince played by Chris. Sarandon Prince Humperdinck by the way is his name to be his his princess but he just wants her you know he's not really in love with turn anything he wants to he has her kidnapped by the country across the sea in order to start a civil war his life as he says is he swamped he has his country's five hundredth anniversary to plan his wife to murder and Giller define for it so he really just doesn't have a lot on a lot of time on his hands he's got all these things to do anyway he has Mandy Patinkin Walsh on and under the giants characters kidnap her and they're they're supposed to kidnap her and take her make there's supposed to be starting this war oh my gosh it just goes from there so it sounds so dumb when you try to anytime you try to explain a movie like this it always sounds so silly and dumb but it is whole areas so many lines again no CGI so the rodents of unusual size or are all US's are actually people in giant rat suits it's not as bad as as you might think but it's also not as good as CGI maybe have made yeah my if if I want to do if I want to engage my brother in Tex- conversation I mean I could send him a text how are you what are you doing our my nieces the things but if I really want him to reply I'll have to do is send him a text that has a line from the princess bride for instance you're in the pit of despair or her Anything the billy crystal says it's Hilarious if you haven't seen it why have you not seen it you need to have an eighties themed movie a marathon and start with the princess bride move under willow they're both fantasy but they are both very different and if got lots of quotable lines in them if that's your things we are beyond time to take our first break of podcast stay tuned you're listening to the GS MC movie podcast and I'll be right back starlight lounge presents an evening with the progressive box the moon you go tickling the ivories he just saved by bundling home and Auto Progressive GonNa finally by ring for that Gal of Yours Hugo send him my condolences this next one there's in my aw thank you because Casualty Insurance Company and affiliates discounts not available in all states or situations and it's cutting into your exercise time it stabbing you in the back nine and it's attacking your peace of mind it's pain and it's getting in between the life you want to live CD medic targets your pain added source it's fast acting relief with active OTC ingredients plus the added benefits of THC Free Hempel we'll get back to your life with CB medic available online and at CBS these statements have not been evaluated by the FDA this product is not intended to diagnose treat cure or prevent any I want to know the latest and hottest music hitting the airwaves don't be left out listened to the golden state media concepts music podcast key issue on the loop with everything you need to know from pop rock hiphop top Florida and we'll throw in lose of your favorite artists concert tour dates and so much more lucid no further because this is the gold standard in music podcasts.
"chris sarandon" Discussed on Why Won't You Date Me?
"You're from charmed and I was like. Oh Yeah I was on charmed. View on on Charles was episode one just one. I was because I was like I've seen every episode of charmed I o seriously one okay. I loved charmed. Do you remember Chris Sarandon also from West Virginia and so sexy he played the net krimmer who was a romancing grim the grandmother I was his assistant demon. Okay Okay I do. I actually remember that I said two thousand three or four bat not a great hair situation like kind of a long Bob. Don't know what that was about but anyway. This guy was like is that before after what's her name laugh. It was rose years. Okay rose literally about my name off the call. She called me at home which you're not supposed to do no matter what yeah I mean repels me and rose up scene or a minute but she interested yes. She has indeed so he was like Kurt in a restaurant and wearing a full like pajamas onesie go with no shoes on okay and I was like I know there's foote's on there her but the world you got put on a shoe. How come nobody's no shoes? No service like you had to go home and get shoes who's right and she was really holding court and like basically screaming. I was like home girls truly going through it. That's all I'm going to say as a kid when we finally go back to my place eventually after he was like first of all young he's like net flicks Alexa. Do He's had fourteen ninety nine disposable income anymore question guess what else I gotTa who who Amazon Primo so he was like hey can. We watched charms. Come about your episode. I was like absolutely not and then he was like. Can we watch terms like I'm not interested. I'm sorry and he was like wild. He's like do you have. Can we this other movie. I'm like no we can't we can go to the bed now Alan. You should shut your mouth. That's weird like Kinky ad I watch you on TV and then fuck you in real life think so kind of my God he he was. He's a person that we're still hanging so one over because at first I was like I don't know about this. I don't think he'll listen to this. He will if he wants to do you watch on TV but we do have to take a break king so I guess if somebody were to sit me down and go. What is your personal style? I would say I guess tacky grandma glomming comfy casualty weird and guess who can help me with getting it's up that looks like that stitch fix which with with stitch fix a stylus will do all the work for you. You WanNa know why celebrities he's look good because they have personal stylists that make sure their outfits are always on point and with stitch. Fix Youtube can afford to have a personal saddest cure rate your luck so stitch which fixed. I'll explain is an online personal styling service that delivers your favorite clothing shoes and accessories directly to you. Stitch fix has brands. You will love they have plus sized up and little people step so just just joe where you're pretty well head. They're very inclusive. So you complete your style profile. Your expert personal silence will send handpicked box of items based on your preferences and they even have men's.
"chris sarandon" Discussed on Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast
"How are we straight from upcoming attractions. This presentation shen beach presentation in a long time and i think from wrong. Is this the first feature presentation without our head. I think in yeah i think so i if i mean god one hundred and almost hundred forty episode down forgetting. This is the first one you've been on since like star wars. Yeah you're right. You're right right yeah. That's crazy to think <hes> other than cermony episodes but just not on the days wants to contact the bread and butter. Yeah feels great dude and also like i had no big. It's kinda kinda like just you remember back in school. The teacher would go for a while. He had substitute jokes cannot pass no teacher turnover tables and chairs around a sit in different seats because they won't fuck it now yeah yeah i attributed to almost like it's like it's like you get bored. You get bored of the person you're having sex with and you kind of trade off partners with the other fuck it here you take them for the night all my the image burns my brain now so so much pale flesh the guy six tune in this is going to be one of our feature presentation episodes <hes> as talked about this going to be different from our upcoming attractions if you've ever checked out before <hes> these a little bit longer. We're gonna talk about a sequentially. We'll be spoiling them. There is an e. on this motherfucker for reason so if you've got any problems with with that kind of stuff i get the fuck out yeah this. This is going to be a little bit longer. <hes> if you wanna tune in some of our other ones the upcoming attractions episode which matt is the host of that's kind of his backyard. That's his baby. That's where we talked about. News trailers reviews views into that stuff this stuff that's coming up. Yes up that might have already happened just kind of getting their take on it. <hes> every once in a while. I'll reports zohab. Get it on one of those <hes> but what's actually show a twenties. You and i have never done an upcoming attractions together all never ever ever in the whole history of doing this. There might be one or two row record something zohab and he edited edited edited in later but we've never all sat down for one. I don't think now i will. I think we might have done like infinity war. Maybe i might have been when infinity that was. I mean god that was uh-huh over a year ago but but either way nets one of our other episodes. We've also got special feature upset. We do once in a blue. We my sit down with like a cast or crew member of of of of a movie and sit down and talk and talk to them and kind of talk about whatever projects they've got going on but but back to this of child's play directed by tom holland and i saw that and i'm like wait what now the name tom holland is a totally different person with like our generation as what the fuck that's crazy right but the the the reason that the reason i picked this is we're both we're pretty big fan especially. I mean nothing wrong newer horror. I i catch plenty of newhart movies but especially if like older hard. There's a lot of stuff i i feel like that. We have in common and it's actually one of the first time that we've done except for like midnight spooky feature when we do all harm these october where we've done to kind of horror movies back to back doc would just joyride last week. We're doing charles play this week. So why don't you since you're the guest your why don't you dive in kind of tell us your history child's play. Maybe a little bit of the franchise is and just kind of where you stand on it on this one in general yes sir dude. I used to be a huge fan and i know it's like he's not jason or freddie or one of those. I put him up with them. I used to own this box. Set had child's play one two three and then bride of chucky and rewatch rewatch a bunch of those back to back. I think my favorite back then was child's play two but this is like over ten years ago. Sir watch this movie now. This is my first time saying that in like maybe ten years. I'm surprised how well it holds up and i really love how in recent years they did. Those directives sequels with costa chucking kulta chuck unum dmed horror again. This franchise like this movies like konak who's done a like almost but not really like mystery horror a little bit while the others. Let's come slash three actiony which i liked as well but then like when took this we'd comedy era and like those weren't great. I think ah super fucking goofy man. Sorry fee like this. Literally kills britney spears in state of what the fuck is happening. John waters got blessed a little man. I get it at the time. Slashes coming less cool and they'll like what the fuck what can you do <unk> adult killing people is kind of stupid and it really is if you don't treat chucky riot <hes> he came look really stupid and actually watching this. There's some things on like look. I know they say in cannon. He is the strength of adult man but it's like does either. It's clearly a post playing with the dole here right yeah. What do they call some star trek acting sometimes yeah yeah when they pretend like the floor shaking but i think it's all comes down to how well it's directed and how the riding is. I think this film is pretty. Well directed for for how it is. I've also read that. This movie apparently originally went for like over two hours and cut down a a lot of it. I imagine only for this movie could really suck it was long but overall. I think i like it it. It comes out pretty good and i i really liked the <hes> the new remake they did recently. They really changed. Everything is completed from personality. Did you see the new one. No i was going to was planning on watching it at some point this week but my work kind of kind of pulled everybody's pants down and fuck them in the ass this overtime over on this overtime bullshit so we had to reschedule this recording. I didn't have any time to watch it like through the renton shit and i was like dude. Fuck it but i've been wanting to check it out. It's it's interesting to say like. They took in a completely different direction. There's not a voodoo stuff. It's really just about dole that misinterprets what's earner watson stuff motivates killing a different too so it's really interesting but like what a doesn't awesome have which is what i fucking love about. This film and the cycles is autism. Brad brad guy plays chores brad door. If that's it he he is without a doubt what makes these movies his so fucking good what i love about chucky so much as opposed to like every other slash avila especially the silent ones and i've said this before upcoming attractions a few times is he actually is probably the most realistic out of all the slashes because when he's attack us you you filthy slept you fuck it. I'll fucking kill you dumb hor he's like yelling and mentally deranged bill burr he. He's like yeah like that's how crazy psycho killer would be in real life dr. He's just off the chain. He's he's so lose is not really like shortest out and stuff but he is pure anger and hatred and that's kind of scary and i fucking love that and i really love about this phone sur- anyways is i'm rambling now. What are your thoughts film and the franchise we reckon a child's play franchise well to be honest. I've only seen this one and the second one one. Those are the only ones i've seen because i mean i saw the trailers and i saw what they're about a new restricted d._v._d. And i was like man i don't know as i think i can pass on those. Oh you know i i didn't catch. I didn't even catch this one until i was like twenty two or twenty three like it wasn't the it was probably in the last five or six years that even saw this one and then i ended up watching the second one just out of curiosity. What actually drew me to see this. One is <hes> the guy who wrote into all he helped. Write and direct this as tom holland. Tom holland wrote and directed. One of my favorite horror movies called fright night in the original fright night that came out like eighty five or eighty six. It's it's amazing. I fucking fucking love. It and it has the detective in this. Oh god i'm drawing. A blank on his name is krista. It's it's chris rain and as the actor's name and he's he's the one that a place this detective i think eddie caputo or mikey mikey <hes> yeah computers the other one the like chuck his partner in crime right exactly but chris sarandon was the vampire in fright night and i grew up watching that movie. I fucking love it in fact this year in november. There's a there's a comic con thing going on <hes> about an hour and a half away from me and they're doing a fright night reunion with three of the cast members and chris rain and it's going to be there fuck so we're going to we're going to do like a meet and greet with him and get some autographs and stuff. He's fucking really nice guy <hes> but what drew me to this was seeing <hes> friday night and i was like tom hall and the on the guy didn't really do a shit ton of movies i i mean he did. Child's play unheated fried. I mean really big movies but he never really went on to do anything. That was quite this big so that's what drew me twitter initially any no. I ah it seems like when you talk to people there's a fifty fifty split neuro people who are absolutely terrified of chucky. I think he's just the scariest all that fucking. Doll you know and certain brought to those big eyes and the red hair. It's kind of terrifying but then the flip side of that coin are all the people who are like dude punt that motherfucker like it. That's the that's the that's the majority of people that that that i know that i talked to about these movies. Do just fucking put them into a cannon and shoot him into a son who cares and i and i and i get that but i think what what this movie capitalizes on that none of the other one well. I don't wanna say none of the other ones because there is a there is a aura of disbelief around the fact that this toy and the toy comes to life not only does the toy come to light but that is some kind of malevolent like entity and i think that that's what i think that that's what really plays up on something like this is when you have when you have them when you when you have a character that nobody else will believe them that all of this shit is going on especially when it's a six year old kid gonna nobody's gonna believe this fucking kid and when i think of so what i think is so interesting as there's this total disbelief when it comes comes to you know not i mean not only are they looking at this kid. <hes> you know andy saying that. He's the one murdering these people but it doesn't help when he's also saying no. It's it's this. It's this doll. I love that. I think that that's where the people who are like just punt that fucking thing. I think that they forget that. That is the other flipside of this is. It's not just like oh. Oh cecchi run into a hallway with a knife. They don't even know that chuck. He's alive until like thirty or forty five minutes into this movie so that's kind of like <hes> it's kind of like a i guess it's.
"chris sarandon" Discussed on Back To Work
"And Finding it incredibly moving at a time when I still used a lot of words for gay people that I would never use today uh-huh I had a friend that I was pretty sure was gay. He definitely turned out to be a hundred percent k but like one of my best friends in high school was had a real hard time fitting in and <hes> I did not have exposure to a ton of gay people and I certainly did not know a lot about the plight of what people had been dealing with gay people for years during the AIDS crisis. Yeah I remember what probably is eighty five or eighty four eighty five. I saw boys in the band and so but like it's this movie that's how do I do. I do this right <hes>. It's a movie about about a birthday party with a bunch of gay guys in New York based on the play. The movie looks like a play. It's very campy in some ways <hes> it's also very moving because all the different types of gay guys in it right and I just remember coming out of that movie and being like wow that was that was amazing. I feel Kinda a different about that. Okay you show the shoe that movie to somebody today and they're going to be like you've got to be kidding me. This is so this is all just a bunch just stereotypes about queens and all of the worst stereotypes about like not wanting to commit and being promiscuous and all the kinds of things that people have spent decades fighting fighting and so I'm I'm going to be the last person in the world to try and defend that today but all I can tell you is that hit me at the right time in the the movie like hitting the here's another example in the same genres and van played on. I Bet that movie does not play as well today as it did at the time but in any case like that made me made me feel differently. I don't know if it made me a better person but today that's not going to be the same movie and this is true for race stuff you go back and watch so many movies whether that's Tequila Mockingbird or you know Mr tibbs movie or anything with Sidney Poitier Really <hes> you know was such a deal and I am. I am not trying to rest on the laurels of something that happened in the mid sixties what I will say is it's difficult and these are way more important in terms of stuff than we need to be talking about but it's difficult to say there was a time when you watch a movie like the celluloid closet which is I imagined it's still a pretty good movie and how excited so many I guess women and especially men <hes> were excited to see like horrible portrayals of Queens Chris Sarandon in Dog Day afternoon. Oh my God there's a trans person in a movie. There's a person playing a trans person in a movie in the early early seventies a terrible silence of the lambs like not great but on the other hand some representation..
"chris sarandon" Discussed on Around the World in 80s Movies
"P. s. t. e. r. Dot net today. I'm going to get into the second of three part series looking at vampires and vampire films up the night specifically with teenagers in the protagonist role last week. We looked at the loss boys this week. We go back a couple of years with fright night. From nineteen eighty five fright night is is a film that is rated R.. Although most people don't remember that it does have Nudity Gore violence and language run times in our and forty six minutes William Ragsdale gets the main starring role Chris Sarandon. Amanda Beers Roddy McDowell. Stephen Jeffries and Jonathan Stark are also in the film. Tom Holland is director as well as the screenwriter.
"chris sarandon" Discussed on Collider Movie Talk
"It's July twenty four th and this is moving talk. Today we're talking about Jennifer Lawrence being in a new movie about the mob and countdown our top frequent Tarantino movies in honor of the release of once upon a time in Hollywood <hes> here on the movie talk. Yeah that's the logo there thing and there is pretty face. How you like that Little Polo here breaking it out here on my talk? I am sitting in for the lovely Perry number off off handling other business around the world right now but I cannot do this show alone obviously so I brought along two of my favorite people in this fear that over there is Jeff Up Snyder and next to him is the way better and beautiful marina. How are you to Oh beautiful too beautiful in my own way on the inside? I WANNA go inside shifts guys doing good. I'm I'm good bad. My favorite actors of all time passed away to we'd be remiss not to start with that. In that is the unfortunate passing at seventy five of Rutger Hauer of course many of us know him as Roy Batty in blade runner but he was also fantastic fantastic and nighthawks buffy the vampire slayer Batman begins any number of movies. You can throw out there that rutger Hauer really staked his claim as one of these underground favorites for those of us who are massive sinner files. I want to go with you. During a year my so your fellow Blade Runner Lover Tell me what was his news like for you. He was obviously old. We're all gonna go it someday. You just quoted obviously <hes> what's his name graph or gaffe from <hes> Edward James Lake. We're his quote where it's like go to best she will. It's too bad you live but then again who does right. We're all gonna go but <hes> you know route. Rutger was <hes> you named a lot of good movies. He was also in her with the shotgun. He was amazing in the hatred he was amazing and Lady Hockey. No it's his resumes sommes incredible but for me later honors has a very special place in my heart because it's it's not only <hes> my favorite movie but it's he's part of my favorite moment and cinema history like that Mon- that monologue log about existence and death is my favorite thing I've ever seen it always makes me cry. The fact that he he was involved in rewriting that part of the script and there's a rumor that while they were filming that scene The tears in rain seen <hes> <hes> the crew actually ended up crying while watching him perform that right and so I feel like that's what would rutger brought to all of his characters in his movies as his he he made all even the villains that he played and pathetic because Roy Batty you when you first meet him he is available but he's he's the soul of the movie because he you end up he ends up becoming the most the most humane character you know he starts out as a villain and all he wants us to find his creator to extend his life life and why I was created correct and so we all can empathize with that and the fact that at the end of the movie he doesn't Kill Decker D- And <hes> and we see his humanity is is one of the most beautiful things I've seen in cinema obviously with Benja score but <hes> so yeah he you know and loath those sexy is vampire ever in buffy the vampire slayer other than Chris Sarandon so so thank you rutger for everything absolutely jeff any thoughts <hes> obviously his most his defining role role was was roy batty but he was genre guy not just an in buffy in the hitter but things like sin city. I loved Hobo with a shotgun. That's sort of gave us a little rutger hauer resurgence <hes> over the past decade which which led to parts in Batman begins and whatnot <hes> <hes> yeah no I just I think we're GonNa miss the guy he was. He was a really good interesting actor. Certainly leaves the footprint in the entertainment industry and hell he never gave a bad performance. Even cheesy films like blind fury. You still love it for Rutger Hauer and certainly Roy Batty. That's the one one of the most iconic speeches ever certainly probably in the top ten and I I know something about top ten lists all right. Let's move on. There's no easy transition into their first story of the day here on movie talk and that is Jennifer Lawrence. She has herself a new film mirror at this issue's taken this on she's going back to familiar territory. The project is called mob girl and it's based on the novel called mob girl by Theresa Carpenter at this. We're getting this from variety. It's based on the life of the mob. Wife turned police informant Arlene Arlene Brickman. The film follows brickman grows up among racketeer's on the lower east side of New York City where she's drawn to the glamorous and flashy lifestyle of New York mobsters I mean who wouldn't be soon after she begins dating wise guys and running errands for them before getting in on the action herself herself eventually becoming a police informant a major witness in the government's case against the Colombo crime family. <hes> you hear this news Drina. What's your thoughts? Are you excited to see Jennifer doing something outside the X. Men Franchise <hes> sure I mean I usually get excited about movies not so much <hes> for the actors I mean an actor can excite me but it's the the people behind the cameras that excite me and the writer actually the woman <hes> Angelina Burnett. That's <hes> I think actually doing the scream. He's a great writer. You know she has Hannibal. She's written for Hannibal. She's written for the Americans so so if you give an actor good script and a good director obviously the director you know <hes> young young pope. I don't know if everybody likes it but I think it's a decent show and so so if you if the if these actors actors have the tools from from the crew they can clearly she can. Maybe you know maybe she wasn't enjoying herself as much in the X.. Men as I was very true but every other movie she's done. She's fantastic so Polo Santino Sereno rather as the director you referencing Jeffey here this this is the you know you're good at talking about what moves actors should or shouldn't do do you think this is a good next move for Jennifer another kind of smaller independent film but still with kind of an attractive storyline to it. I think this is a top notch filmmaker and you can't really go wrong. When you're working with time not she'll makers acres? I mean look at DiCaprio. He's taking some heat for not working with female filmmakers in a while but <hes> you know like that that is how you deliver your best performance by working with these people who can cokes that out of you and soaring Tina. I really like his stuff. I like that Sean Penn Weirdo. L. Movie that he did this must be the place. Ill devaux <hes>. I think this is the right point for Jennifer Lawrence to sort of do a movie. That's heard there's there's a crime to it. It's kind of allows her to go back to her American hustle character. If you will a little bit I dunno I feel like this has a little bit of Donnie Brasco to it to <hes> so if this could be Jennifer Lawrence as Donnie BRASCO. I think it's a project well worth pursuing. It's got a vibe to molly's game as well doesn't as she gets involved in that crime steaks and then as end up kind of <hes> turning states or possibly turning states to save herself in the situation. I like this is a choice by her because she's a rough and tumble actress and you love to see her kind of get parts that she can sinker teeth into you. Speak about the director speak about the writer putting that Combo together with some as greedy and driven as Jennifer Lawrence. It excites you for a while. She was getting a little pushback from people because she was playing these roles that she was. Maybe a bit too young to play that was the pushback but she was winning Oscars for she's being nominated for this stuff so certainly people appreciate our town. The right people appreciate her talent. Here's another possible mover. Red Sparrow didn't really turn out as well as hot. They would hope I imagine but this could be something that could be bit of an underground going back to that winter's bone kind of more independent approach. Yeah I mean and I mean as at her young age she's clearly showed as that. She has dramatic chops. Even if she is too young to play the role she she definitely has the emotional depth to play these characters. I happen to love Red Sparrow Cy. We'll send her on that front and bashing. I've seen financially didn't mean mother. I couldn't stand but Aronovski is a filmmaker. Dry loves working mother mother so it's like you know working with a great filmmaker doesn't necessarily guarantee a great movie. I don't know what to expect from this new eight twenty four movie that she's doing with <hes> Lila new new neubauer not sure how to pronounce it but but she's like a first time feature director I understand but that project sounds really interesting. Jennifer Lawrence can be playing like a soldier with P._T._S._D.. That kind of thing <hes> so again I I liked the path that she's going down having put the X. Men Franchise in the rear window. <hes> and I think that you know I think we've she still we haven't seen the best from this actress Yeah Yeah. There's a piece to me. That feels a bit heartbroken that she wasn't the one that ended up in Captain Marvel. I would have loved to have seen her version of the nothing against Brie Larson I would've loved to a scene Jennifer Lawrence. His version of Captain Marvel horrible we started got shades of black widow red sparrow of course but seeing her step into some I would've I wonder what what more energy and Gravitas she would have brought to a roll like that as an actress like she is now and again. I was kind of poking fun and earlier of her about her as Mystique but because I get it look I'm sure those movies pay actors a lot but they also have to do a lie whether it's sitting for hours in a makeup chair you know it's it's it's a different type of direction when these actors do these big budget movies so I'm sure <hes> it's exciting for them to be able to do movies like this. We'll see you on a franchise movie again or do you think this sure she's as far as what comic book parts there are out there <hes> but I suppose marvel. We'll be looking for a sue storm relatively soon. I'm really looking forward to Jennifer Lawrence seeing her her. Take on Elizabeth homes that founder on in bad blood if that Adam McKay project ever comes together and Kate Mckinnon doing like a Hulu series like there may be like too much elizabeth homes by when all is said and done <hes> but that it would be a very interesting turn for someone like Jennifer. Lawrence is a fantastic H._B._o.. Documentary as well if you haven't seen that all with homes forget what it's called off hand but it's fantastic doc certainly are well. We'll see certainly Jennifer. Lawrence rarely picks bad add project so this could be something. Let's really kind of show us again what she can remind us really what she can do. We'll see what happens. They're introducing the.
"chris sarandon" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"But there's a Sifi sort of fantasy sort of celebrity convention that's happening in November called galaxy con that was exciting to Twitter to talk about this. 'cause there's some big stars. That are coming. I was really excited to see again, maybe got to be a little bit on the nerdy end of the spectrum. But if you're a lover of Star Trek, there's I think like at least three people from Star Trek that you would recognize, of course, William Shatner. Kirk now, Don. Yeah. Please involve yourself because I know you're a big sci-fi fantasy nerd on. Occasion. Exactly. Do you have special feelings for William Shatner feelings, you know, I could take him or leave him? I I'm not like the superfan. Kind of depends on the day. If he's going to be in a good mood or butthole, but I wouldn't mind showing up to see William Shatner butthole, but also Jonathan Frakes do you remember him Star Trek the next generation he's coming to he's going to be they're also Walter Canaan who played checkoff in the original Star Trek series. But there's a ton of other people I just focused on those Star Trek people, but here's coming. Rachel lee. Cook is going to be here. Dave Batista from guardians of the galaxy. That big I don't know which one he plays ex Drax. Thank you, the big, bald guy and. Oh John cusak. That's the one where I was like what is John cusak doing here because that's offsite. Fire fantasy, but he's going to be showing berry, bossed wick. I guess his connection was really the rocky horror picture show. Maybe couple of rocky horror picture show people that are gonna show up Power Rangers. Ooh. Yeah. These these kinds are so much. You're a lot of common conscript yukons. And this one's no different than galaxy. It's going to be huge that the convention center, November actually old school Toro's our business. We're going to be one of the vendors. Gosh, you're going to kill it. Do you get to see behind the scenes yellow? What's really great? And I wonder how they said this is our first time doing this one galaxy con. But generally what they do. And I love this is that they mixed the vendors and the stars. So in one room now it won't be like every other booth. It will be usually the perimeter is the stars. And then the vendors are on the inside. So maybe while you're waiting to get your picture signed or take a picture you can buy. Thing. But if they keep us all together, I always like that. And so yeah, you see a lot of things. See a lot of phantom go down well tense fan. I huge fan, and I don't show up to these. Embarrassing or do you? Do you wanna know the truth? Truth is first of all there is no one like I am nerd less in the friend department. Okay. My friends are not nerds. Oh, okay. I mean, they are nerds there Googlers other thing just nerds for other things. I don't have dedicated nerds friends that I can do stuff like this. And I am also. I don't want to be like. I'm here by my style. Which is totally normal. But I would just walk around like. In. With you. Would you do? Baby. Come. I'll be there there. Maybe Donald Chris Sarandon. Susan sarandon's brother who was in the Princess bride. Yeah. He's going to be there. And most importantly out of this whole list is Nick frost from the, Dan. Oh, yes. Jason mewes from clerks. I was reading an Nick frost, and they were talking about him in relation to Simon Pegg whose rights. Yeah. I thought Simon Pegg was going to be there. And I was like what no second, but Nick Jack frost which. Let's go. November. Let's say I mean, you know, I'll be there. So we'll we'll be my income on my support nerd, okay? We'll be nerd buddies. You gotta wear costing with me. Let's start making it. Now. Let's make it epic. No chance friendship yesterday. This would be kind of fun though. 'cause we could go real deep done. I know let's go deep to great British baking show. Okay. That's all right cost. Be Paul Hollywood. You'd be married. Desserts. That would be better dessert. Petr married. Berry holiday or yet Alexis you could be the Pavlova. Yeah. Toss we're making plans here. Can.
"chris sarandon" Discussed on Dumb People Town
"Didn't we have fifth degree if you weeks ago fifth degree was like, I agree is the worst? I get murder. That's where capital murder second degree. Not so bad third degree fourth degree that could be hug. He gave her a citation and released her not arrested is just taking throw cups spells that have been cast on. Yeah. By the way, they're stay keep saying Cup. So it's not a glass, right? It is just a Cup. It could be a problem. It's probably like Donald collective dick Tracy's on the cops party bummer. Thank you serious. Parts of the woman who threw the Cup is like look just completely admitting it I did it right? I just talked to her. Yes. Talk to her for five. This is like, yeah. This is like Giuliani being like collusion's not such a bad that already right back. Yes. He's probably was like do you believe her because she's a witch? She probably put a spell on you. She's a kitchen did. I throw. Yes. Would you have done the same thing? Yes. Ma'am. Stop answering your questions the woman's daughter and son-in-law said they would take her to a hotel a holiday home. In the story. That's I am no clue who lives his kids are taking too. Thrower Wissel blower greatest Christmas ever. We got her. We'll take your hotel. So what was your hotel tonight on crissy's? So I wanna say the witches of Eastwick versus practical magic those two movies. I mean, those are just a ball hocus pocus craft and hocus way, and they're just whipping up spells again Eastwick. I'll say there's something I felt like oh, right less. I saw that movie. There was just something to weird about that movie for me to even watch. You remember them? I don't I don't think I ever got through it share. Yeah. I remember it share and Michelle Pfeiffer. No, no, no. Whatever it was. I do think like they shot, Michelle vibes. Share Michelle Pfeiffer. Debra winger MCI Pfeiffer. For you Jason got which is. These. Michelle Pfeiffer, darn it. Jack Nicholson share not. Do you wanna Madeline Kahn? No, Sharon Stone. Richard Jenkins the Cartwright. Yeah. Michelle Pfeiffer you and third built their village. Bette midler. Nope. It feels like a basket. Yes. Joint Susan Sarandon. Susan. A witness. Watch all of those people reenact this Christmas. Chris Sarandon calls the plot line. Oh. Doubter shares the witch and then and it's a Cup. I'm so into this jealous. I'm so into this movie. Oh, there we go. All right. There's show. Beautiful Maryland again, Maryland, Maryland, go check it out to find out all the time. Stay in Connecticut. The night before Valentine's Day, the thirteenth in Connecticut. And no. Ooh, I'm sorry. Go see your. Says we don't do anything. Anyway, that's a romantic. Truthful. Wants to spend ECU trying to help the trumped up trying to help out drop the fifteen pounds. Giving you space. All right. What a beautiful day people with Mary land in OSHA. We getting back. Dumb dumb. Dumb. Around. Tau? Shoe?.
"chris sarandon" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"Thomas W. I N t integrity radio. I'm dying. Does the third time. I've had to grab medicine. Understand you. Tearing understand hurting apologize. Will there be more options that construction that Libby talking about Iran Tyler and center is because they'll be more shopping options on center boulevard? There's a giant eagle opening up over there at Tyler center. This is a decent size one. Like a bid one. Where is that? If you go. You know, what classic Chevrolet and all that. Good stuff is. Okay. So go past the mall, go past if you're getting off route to your right along Tyler boulevard Tyler boulevard runs like right next to about two K. Will you go to center street centre street is where men are high school is where ALI'S is where ALI'S Gabes? Okay. So going up like you're coming back towards minner avenue. That giant eagle is going to be right there across this the Wendy's in front. Yes. Okay. So it's sizable one. Yes. So men are growing as it should good. You're going to have a whole lot more shoppers because the giant eagle over loehmann's. Plaza has close it is closed. Yes. So. To feel like a do twenty one gun salute. Yeah. Because from what Ron said they were making twenty million dollars a year and had just still wasn't enough to keep them open over there. So it was more of a hometown. Like the giant eagle over in south Euclid is part of that community. So to see it close is Candice chain. It really is. I have a soft spot my heart for old GE or big bird. I don't blame. You giant eagle eagles one of those grocery stores, especially after tops did what they did by buying up depicting pays in the finest turning them over and then leaving it was really kind of a jerk move. So giant eagle candidate the lanes and took that king Cleveland grocery shopping. Thank you gotta think Johnny listen just giant eagle Dave's. It's it was a the only cigars now is all about is gone. But they actually bought in on part of the two guards thing giant eagle did a lot for the Cleveland community east and west side. So, hey, it's the place to be sometimes. It's good to go to save all of these have those options. But sometimes you just got to go to the eagle man there've been on market district. I need to go to the one in Solan. I actually applied to work down hope that I was hoping I got that job, and I didn't. So we got one the one in Seoul was the first one and we got one in strong zone. And. You get lost in their boy, they said it's as close to whole foods as you can get. But see this is my thing with whole foods wholefoods has changed so much within the past ten years that now hopeful is going gonna be right there with Janet, Janet. But to take back, oh, it was whole foods. Those couple of whole foods are holding their own against the giant eagle people will go into. But now the doing advertising and all this other stuff stuff that they said, they'd never do. They're about to get lost in the sauce 'cause giant eagle in the market districts get concerts there. Yeah. Yeah. Little house bands, play full-fledged, restaurants and a market districts. The beer cooler is not a beer cooler beer, cave. This monstrosity have stalactites hanging from the ceiling that that thing is so frigging big. What is a stalactites? It's those big cones the like the rock structures that come that. Look like spikes, okay. See told you I'll know everything. See? That's what's weird to me is fluent that came out of my mouth or you're talking about stalactites. What the heck is that? What are you talking about trying to think here? I gone going to like tight, and I can't figure out six buttons on a controller shoot note. That's fine. That shows that the intelligence is where it belongs on important. Right. Right. Exactly. When I get that asked that important. Hey, what are those things that hang from a cave? Jeopardy question could be I end up on the show though. I. How you think you'd do if you all jeopardy on jeopardy? I do awful. Absolutely awful. It depends what the category was. That's all. We've talked about this before when you see it on Twitter, they have a sports category, or it's sports related and those people get it wrong. They get torn apart onto ho do not know that everybody who says how did they not know that would get ninety seven percent of the rest of the questions wrong where they just go into it. Like, wow, you know core. Of course. That's Bo mcnicoll, you who is the author of eighteen twelve of course. And you and I are sitting there. Homer. That always cracks me up. I never questioned those people, but there have been categories that. I like the ones geography, I'm pretty good at those. History. I'm pretty good at. When it comes to chemistry math. Reading books. You try to give me to do that chemistry table. I wouldn't know nothing from nothing. What is is there for niacin? I don't know. I don't think I know any of the table. I don't even know what the tables called. I know it's not gonna chemistry. Something table. Trust. The irony. Lost already lost two hundred. What is that thing called? No idea. I know couple of the elements yet not the elemental table. That sounds like somebody a dog anybody range moving anybody four four zero nine four six nine four six eight. What the heck is that? Periodic table. But that's something else. Shorts. Not that. I'm I'm pretty I'm thinking, I'm sure sure that's not us a treaty. I'm trading. Sudesh ninety. Let's see what is the periodic table show. It it is periodic. Oh, it's everything it's the periodic table of elements. So I had part of her. Hey, fifty fifty there you go. I said table of elements, and you said periodic table and its periodic table of elements. Put our heads together accomplish anything. George mic. Fly put your mind to it. You can accomplish anything Darth Vader said he'd come into me, and as Lauren out or melt, my brains. Floor pick. I told you come in here MC fly all I can think of right now. Don't come into early. I wake up a sleeping on Saturdays. Hey, McClay your shoes. Untied gullible MC fly. You in here ever, again, another classic movie. It is. So make like a tree and get outta here. You were right 'cause I seen three I think we were watching part of three on Sunday right before the Super Bowl. I was like man, I really thought this was a good movie when I was younger now not so much. The dog was awesome. But other than that. Oh, just a regular back to the future theme song. No. Remember, they did that country western thing Bernard meaning. It was a brother you have a brother had a brother. Shaimaa Smick fly where did he come from? Other than other bad use of CGI when they tried to pair them next to each other. This have things walk in front. So they could manipulate it. We have to forgive them. The was the were the beginning stages. Now, we got full-fledged characters that are CGI that a battle angel. Speaking of which I gotta go see that. To this day. Nothing. I have seen can top grandma Tarkhan coming back and rogue one. Oh, yeah. I watched it again that is too realistic for my blood. Realistic. The that go back to here we go. I'm stuck in my vendors mole, but hey, who cares famous? You would have thought that was Josh Brolin as the big purple creature, the mannerisms everything that was Josh Brolin every piece of and the thing was they did documentaries over with the avengers movie. So you get the DVD come like, I do AJ Altron wouldn't they did the first avengers? Where Mark Ruffalo even said, it, you know, it was this that and the other was so much of hanging off. So they can catch his facial recognition the next time up. They upped their game by the time. They got to 0 war it was. But the perfect. No, I take that back the perfect USA CGI. Is that gosh darn planted apes series? Vet monkey and kiss. I mean, nothing by it. He played the main character he played Caesar which was the monkey and that was Amdi circus. Andy surkis. That's the job was beautiful. Have you didn't see any of those ditch all? I'm so glad they came up with those last three movies because that Mark Wahlberg today was horrible. But when they did when they re brought it back. If freaked me out the that movie, the very first one. When with James Franco, freaked me out. And then they did a good job with the rest is still coming out with two more even though they killed off Caesar's. Spoiler alert. That's the Friday. I remember the first time I saw rogue one. And it took it took me a while to warm up to it because I didn't know that part of the story of it as a whole other story. But when you see the back of his head and you see his face. In the reflection was like, oh, my God and any turned around, and then that whole scene where he's talking to chronic. I go Peter because he's been dead since nineteen ninety four and how did you his voice? His every human to me, you could I could not tell that that somehow is computer generated. No one's gonna convince me how they brought the man back from the dead. They resurrected they pulled a set pet cemetery somewhere and resurrected Peter Cushing bringing up the movie 'cause they remaking it pet cemetery. Yes. Terrible terrible movie. I'm still kinda spooked. I mean trust animals now. Man that was one of those if a cat if one of my cats acted like that. I would look at it. Come. I I'd be looking at that come on Craig. Get away from me. Now full that little kid gauge, hey daddy wanna play. That that would be a different story. My mother. That came out, and I was real real young. I was playing around laugh now plan around whatever, mama. The locked me in a room for three hours after watching that movie was coming out that long or grandmother like, where's Thomas? Oh, he locked up in his bedroom. Why could not seen pet cemetery which thought you were going to turn into that? You have to die. I. Bring in. We'll get to a break. We'll bring him Bill from atlas cinemas slow week last week. But a great movie least, I know that I'm excited about comes out this weekend. Lego movie too. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I thought he was talking about the prodigy. I would say there you go. With the scary movie. Is getting good reviews. Too. Is getting excellent. Yeah. I'm kind of over the kid thing though. As far as scariness is concerned when. If it's dolls depends what the doll is. But the kid I'm I think I'm over the kid thing if there is a kid possessing four five six seven eight years old, whatever I have no issue with beating the crap out of them if they came at me with some possessed spirit. I wouldn't think twice about it is interesting. You brought up the whole toy thing. Because guess what we get on Friday. We get our first trailer for child's play. Bringing Chucky back that was one that. Never scared me it the first one did did the first one bid after they started doing bride of Chucky. And all this other stuff is like, okay, we're going too, far, the only relevance. I have to child's play is the fact that Chris Sarandon was the cop and Chris Sarandon to this day, and I will fight to the bloody death with spears and pitchforks. The best vampire ever in fright night. Oh. You talk about me, crying and movies. That movie scared me, so bad. Good is a good movie. But it scared me so bad our dawn. And I was sixteen seventeen when I watched that an out I was in the corner because all my friends is like, let's watch right? Let's watch white Knight. Their original one I'm sitting over in the corner at six foot two hundred you're so cool Brewster. Evil, Amy hall, Charlie Jerry, John, I can't I still care watched that movie to this. I love was a good movie that movie. You're talking about the songs. The back to the future three the the country jam when they're in the nightclub when he's dancing with Amy. It's in my head right now. I'm not gonna sing it. Because I don't think anybody remembers it..
"chris sarandon" Discussed on WRVA
"Song makes me shimmy NewsRadio WNBA your time is nine twenty and yesterday not a good day for celebrities and not a good day for celebrities who are the age of seventy six years old. We lost mangino. Caroline, seventy six years old. I mean, I'm I'm really upset about me and Jean that one really got a super, Dave Osborne. Seventy six years old and the cap from captain Antonio he passed away yesterday. What did they all have in common? Seventy six years old. So glad I'm not Seventy-six right now. Lame close, but the same in here, nor there I'm just glad I'm not seventy six and I'm not a celebrity. So that's that's also a plus, but we were talking about this earlier today, and there are a ton of celebrities who were still alive that are seventy six years old now we're gonna try to go through this list and see. Who we think? Maybe on the verge of joining the Seventy-six club. Could that be a theme for twenty nineteen Seventy-six club? Three three is a good start. While you had the twenty seven club back in the late sixties early seventies with musicians nine maybe we have the seventy six club. Yeah. I'm not sure I hope this isn't a trend. We were both astonished that mean Jean was only seventy six. But you've got a list of seventy six year olds who who's who made the list of seventy six year olds. That are celebrities. All right. Well, there's Chris Sarandon actor, okay, Lee Greenwood singer. Ackland a model and actress, okay, Linda, Evans, Linda Evans. Yes. Famous TV star back in the eighties and seventies. Lola Falana surprised. She's still alive. Okay. Yeah. Yeah. Stephanie powers. Aw, another eighties. Jim. Yep. Ian McShane if you're a fan of deadwood you'd recognize Ian, McShane, former New York mayor Michael Bloomberg Roger starbuck. Okay. Peter Tork of the monkeys. Dave Clark of the Dave Clark five. Yes. Mike Nessim also of the monkeys. Not a nice, man. Joy Behar, Charlie rose. Wayne Newton Martin Scorsese Tobin bell of the jigsaw movies. All saw. Yes. Yes. Carole king. Brian Wilson of the beach, boys. He's like so gone in the head, and he really he's. But he's been he's been dead in the head for thirty plus doing. Doing a lot of acid in the desert. But yeah, go ahead. Yeah. Comedian and actor Billy Connolly, okay? John Witherspoon another one of those actors if you saw him you'd recognize him. Dick Butkus Joe Biden, Joe Biden, Barbra Streisand. Barbra judge Judy Judy Calvin Klein, okay? Harrison Ford on solo and Paul McCartney Paul McCartney is removed from the list, we will not deal with anything not even including including Paul Paul Zahl seventy-five read is versatile get wrong. So I read your I heard your list. And earlier I was thinking Mike Nasmyth, and then we rolled on Charlie rose. And the type of year that dude's head in two thousand eighteen so if I had to pick or draft one person from the seventy six year old roster. I would go with Charlie rose. I think that's my solid pick like I wanna to go Mike Nasmyth. And that's just because he's not a nice person. But like mean people live forever. So I'm going with Charlie rose. Now, are you staying with the pick? We talked about earlier or I think I'll stay with Peter Tork of the monkeys, and you base that on health reasons. Correct. Right. He had us some health issues ten or so years ago. Yeah. I don't know. I got to go with Charlie rose. He had a terrible terrible twenty. Yeah. Yes. Yes. Like will to live type of thing. Maybe he stronger and more arrogant than I'm giving him credit for and maybe he will make it through and push through. But I'm thinking, you know, what my career is over. I get nothing to look forward to. I'm just going to sit here in this chair and wealth away type of deal. Well, plus, we don't know there's so many names of that list. Right. That we haven't heard from in the last twenty plus years like Stephanie power. Seventy powers Lola Falana, Linda Evans, they they could be wilting away energy right now, we just don't know. Yeah. We're just not up to date on their health. That's really basically what it comes down to is. We don't know where they stand health wise because they've been out of the public eye for so long. So, but then in retrospect to of all of the people who died yesterday super Dave is really the only one who's been in the public eye in a long time because he was on curb your enthusiasm. Larry David's best friend on curb your enthusiasm. Yeah. Which he was awesome on. He was great on that show, meaning jeans been retired for a while, captain Neil. Yeah. I'm not sure if they toured or if anybody showed up if they did. But. Got divorced recently. They've yeah. They've been divorced era -solutely, right? I mean, you can't have a theme marriage to go along with the theme of everything else. But level keep us together. No, it didn't know it did not, sir. Love did not keep them together. That song was a farce. So yeah, I'm going with Charlie rose, you're going with Peter Tork. Are you thinking he dies of like conditions? He has or he gets ran over by the monkey mobile. Here's something. He's already got OS Harrison Ford decides to fly a plane again. Oh, don't ever let how I remember that happening. And you could hear me screaming upstairs going. Why did we let Han solo fly a plane just because he flew the millennium? Falcon is a good pilot in space. Not in real life. However, I would be devastated if we lost on Sola, although he does look rough. He does look a little rough these days. There's no more like him doing any more action in any movies. Like he looked as rough as the millennium. Falcon looked like you notice like the millennium Vulcan if you watch the solo movie, it's all clean and nice. And it's got like a. It's got like this new car smell to it. And then by the time he gets it back in this movie. It's all dirty and nasty like it's never been to the car wash or anything like that. Yeah. Can't take care of some Ford. I'm not gonna have it. I'm not you got Carrie Fisher. You're not getting Harrison Ford, we need half of the solo family still on this earth. That's the way it has to be. We.
"chris sarandon" Discussed on WRVA
"State farm. This is Bill finally got me Bill that Rick the Clark street crater, the mother of all pothole. Yeah. Year after rim wrecking year. It's tormented the people of this town they tried to fill it. But it always returns Comey could stay farms. Got you to you hear that you ain't nothing trash talking to bottle. Yes. Yes. I am go with a win here to help life. Go right. State farm. Talk to an agent today. Muskrats? Do the. Spread seven fifteen W R V A incurred Audrey made fun of this last night. On his Facebook page, by the way. He's like, this is awesome. Oh my gosh. Captain into Neil. We lost the captain yesterday. However at the age of seventy six we also lost super, Dave Osborne. Yesterday at the age of seventy six and the Tri factor for the age of seventy six mean Jean Oakland also died yesterday at the age of seventy six so not only January second wreak havoc on famous people. They were all seventy six years old. I'm most torn up about me, gene. I'm torn up about mean, gene. Then super Dave and captain Antonio. I just feel sorry for his family is I'm not a captain Antonio fan at all. I know you could probably look at me and go that's probably on your Spotify playlist, but no, it's not. Not even close named. Gene was the best though, the best this, gene, audio don't we? We started swimming, gene, audio over there. I mean, this guy was absolutely the best. And I can't believe he's only seventy six by the way, which means he was like. The brand new. Cogan? Not only here tonight at Madison Square Garden. What? So he was he was in his mid forties when he did this. So like he was a little older than I am right now. Basically, that's what mean Jean was any looked like fifty or sixty take it back. He was that clip is from eighty four. Yeah. So he was forty two. Oh my God. I'm forty three. I am too. Oh my gosh. And he's always been bald. Maybe that made him look a little older than Mesa, then he actually is. But like, yeah, it's a shame mean, gene. So seventy six years old all three of these. And there's other celebrities out there who are seventy six years old as well. Right try. Yes. Indeed. I found a list was this a list that just pertained to people who are seventy six years old. It is you can sort it by celebrities who are ex age. All right hit me. There's a actor Chris Sarandon who you'd probably know if he saw. Lee Greenwood Brit Ekelund, Linda, Evans, here's name from the past Lola Falana. Seventy six. Well, go ahead of any powers, if you're dead wood fan, Ian, McShane, they were gonna make a movie for deadwood to they are they have they've already filmed filming it. Michael, Bloomberg politician. Of course, Roger Staubach monkeys. Peter Tork, Dave Clark the Dave Clark five. Let's see Mike Nesbitt. Also, the monkeys joy Behar, Charlie rose way. Newton Mearns scores says he Carole king. Brian wilson. Let's see Barbra Streisand. Joe Biden judge Judy Calvin Klein Harrison Ford and Paul McCartney. Oh, don't you dare touch Paul McCartney. Yeah, we're fighting. So I, you know, most of the people like some of those eighties actors you named. The females. I I don't know what kind of health they're in because their careers sort of fizzled after nineteen Eighty-nine law. Those names that have been out of it. They've been out of guy for so long. But a lot of those people are healthy like Paul McCartney seems on knocking on wood over here, by the way seems reasonably healthy. But yeah, I don't know if we had to take a guess if you had to pick one of those which one you think it would be. I would say probably Peter Tork Peter Tork, I'm going to say Peter Tork 'cause he had some serious health. Trump. Trouble about ten years ago. I think maybe Mike Nasima th because he's just kind of Dushi. Okay. I'm gonna say that he's got all that white out money. Yeah. And he's like really like not a very nice guy from what I understand that. Yeah. So okay. Those are bets. Choosing different monkeys. Yeah. We we both chosen monkeys, by the way for the next seventy six year old the dies..
"chris sarandon" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind
"So the the fourth d time for death. Okay. So as opposed to the modern vampire where we all know the modern movie vampire, I think of like when I try to think of the best modern movie vampire example, maybe it's Chris Sarandon and fright night. Right? That's just like this modern movie vampire to the max. Fullbright night. So in that in that case, like a single byte or encounter is enough to kill a person and turn them into a vampire, right? But in the vampire of eighteenth and nineteenth century eastern European folklore, it's generally a creature that slowly drains life essence and health over a long period of time repeatedly attacking the same victims again and again in the night and leaving evidence in the form of a person's wasting illness becoming worse and worse over time. Would you agree with that characterization? Yeah. Yeah. The idea that someone is drained too much too often they can become the thing that drain them. Yeah, or at least just be killed, but it's not just like one random attack usually does it in this lore. So the vampire was also never caught in the attack instead. It was like, Oof. Well, you know, Victor looks even worse than he did yesterday must have been that vampire again, right? And helps classify the. The vampire more is a parasitic entity as apoe. To a predatory entity. I think that's a good point. Yeah. So as we discussed with other diseases, including things like to Burke, yellow says, vampire folklore often takes what we would interpret as a bunch of people all getting the same disease dying over time as the first person who got this disease and died from it was a vampire and they returning from the grave for revenge against their friends and family members by slowly draining their life essence. Since the impoverished families of eastern Europe generally would have all had the same diet. If one person got Palabra, you would expect other members of the family to develop it as well and how long it takes pellagra to kill you is not fixed if untreated can take four to five years to kill somebody, but it can also kill suddenly in earlier stages when symptoms are less pronounced. And they also know that a person with advanced Palau GRA who appears anemic from gastrointestinal bleeding could have been interpreted as the living dead wall and all. I think this makes her. Interesting argument. They offer a few more shorter lines of evidence, and I think let's look at those after we take a break, it's Baratin date, Thurston host of spit, iheartradio's newest podcast, twenty.
"chris sarandon" Discussed on /Film Daily
"I guess there's a lot of opportunity here. There's potential to to turn this into a movie. That's actually good, but I I, it's going to be tough. I'll say that, but then you're, you're also someone that has a love for the movie hook. I am. Yeah, for sure. Yeah. Then. In this category? I think, well, I mean maybe a little bit, but I have watched that and I'll actually still go to bat for elements of that movie on their own accord outside of just my rose colored glasses. I'm the same way I like cook and I love goonies and nobody is going to tell me that that's a bad movie. I'm sorry. Let's move onto another reboot and that is child's play is getting rebooted in his landing, Aubrey plaza, Chris. Tell us about it. Yes. So I was trying my damndest to not care about this child's play remake because I hate the idea that they're tapping because I love the original translate franchise, and the original franchise is still going with its original creators. But MGM basically went behind their back to make their own remake here, and the remake is going to have almost nothing to do with the original. It's going to be out like a robot doll, instead of like adult possessed by a serial killer, and it's supposed to be like, I, it's been compared to stranger things, and it's going to be about like a group of kids fighting the doll. So all this sounds terrible and I was prepared to not care at all, and pretty much never see this film. But now. Where it has it that all replies it and Brian Tyree Henry are both going to be in the film and now, gosh, darn it. I can't ignore it because those they're, they're two very good actors. And the fact that they're going to be involved with the film has me curious about it on other clauses, apparently playing the mother character of of one of the kids. And Brian tire. Henry is apparently playing a cop. Maybe model on Chris sarandon's character who was a cop in the first film. So. I don't know what to make this again. I think this is a stupid idea and it should be happening. But these two actors are worth paying attention to. So now I really don't know what to think have. I feel like this is a waste of these two actors talents in. Absolutely. But if they're gonna do it, I guess I'll see it. But yeah, I'd rather they just go star in a different movie together. Not this yet. I like the original child's play. I I didn't really love any of the sequels. I haven't re- revisited them since they came out, but I guess I'll replies enough to get me interested in this free boots Ben are. Are you interested at all in the series? So yeah, I mean, I think the first one was okay, and I guess I'm right there with Chris if they see something in the script that they think is worthwhile. I mean, Brian tire Henry is really great on Atlanta, so I'm yeah, I guess I'm on board here. Yeah, let's move in to our feature presentation. We got a couple of them today. Let's start off with the. The hosts with a clock in its walls, Chris, you saw this movie. I'm actually very curious because this looks like it could be fun. They held the junket at the magic castle, which I did not attend, but how is this? How is eleve- Ross family, friendly freight fest? It's okay. I really wanted to like this. I thought the trailers looked great. And I feel like if I had seen this movie as a kid and this is, you know, by and large, a film aimed at younger audiences. And if I had seen this as a kid, I would have loved it because it has it has it pushes all my buttons. It has, you know, it's got this creepy vibe. It's got a Halloween vibe to it. It's just got scary, you know, supernatural stuff going on. And like I said it, you know, if I'd seen this at a young age, I, I would just it would be like, oh, this is my favorite movie ever made. But now that I'm gonna dull, you know, it doesn't work as well. I could easily see this becoming something like hocus pocus where you know, even though that movie isn't that great. It has this huge following because it has a really good atmosphere..
"chris sarandon" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell
"The whatever his daughter yeah the you know he had a daughter that portrays him or whatever every scene where he's eating it's like plate with a blood shaped like stake on it glass of blood and blood jello for dessert schizophrenia table gets into a blood hot tub arod it's just look i need vitamins to save it in a blood toilet yeah it's like just just have their the which again which is one of the cool things in fright night and they talk about this and the documentary about it chris sarandon says that he pitched to the director he was like i i i pitched would if he's always eating fruit uh and and uh he goes because you know vampires or bats maybe this one point this guy had some fruit bannon immerse up that none of them and it's it's a cool detail he sucks blood he has to do it but that he's aides at apple easy in orange at one point i'll get up a little bit i i certainly get why in a vampire movies you'd want to have the meeting blood it's visually cool it's what you know about vampires i've never had an issue with it but if you need uh dracula sitting down at pizza hut um you're right it if you know right the movie you you want to see pizza hut dracula a joan rose the film coming to certainly not a theater near you pizza hut dracula p h d bitch that's as its catchphrase your uh and and here's the thing he delivers pizzas for pizza yeah in any drink the blood of the people is delivering them to the only thing krizia than the bread sticks it's me.
"chris sarandon" Discussed on WGN Radio
"A really amazing movie i hope that you come out if you've never seen especially if you've never seen it especially if never see on the big screen is a good chance that you've never seen on the big screen or fear have it's been a very very long time by next film clips screenings on tuesday september twelve it that the aim c rosemont eighteen formally movie coat still the same theater um and it's a tuesday on august thirty august to september twelve starting at eight o'clock he can come seven have some there and we are showing dog day afternoon without pacino and jack ezell charles during and lance henriksen chris sarandon eat is really one of my very favorite movies as of all time and one of the best movies of the 70s which is the best decade of cinema so this is a this is a this is a top natural he's one of the best movies we've ever shown and so it's exciting to to presented 4 k digital restoration and the big giant curve screen with the love seats in the premier theatre at a amc rosemary eighteen and his fourteen bucks to get in that includes free parking and free popcorn and one of the most classic 70s films of all time dogged afternoon is the movie that really i was ten years old when it came out sought the theater it was the movie that really open my eyes to what acting was you know everybody and it is amazing especially pacino who is just incredible in it and if based on a true story about a bank robbery gone wrong we are all know the story in it's a one of alpe chino's very best that's my favorite out pacino performance of all times dogged afternoon so i'm very excited to present this one r a p h a true classic and at one of the best movies ever made so caught out tuesday september twelve th you can get your tickets at amc theaters dot com a mc theaters dot com reserve your.