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"doug bradley" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"doug bradley" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"Yeah, it's that's something that the engineers mentioned in the Nevada, but it's more like a being of light or something it's it's not a a monster, so that I feel it comes off a little confusing in the picture. Like what is this? And how's IT connected with? With everything no I. Don't WanNa rag on the film too much, but I will say that one of the things that was funniest about it to me. Is that pinhead even in the first movie? I mean I think he gets even more like this. As the movies go on, pinhead gets increasingly. Freddie fide like yeah, he becomes like a wise cracking. You know making jokes at the camera kinda Freddie Krueger character, but even in the first movie almost everything he says, is this like threateningly pretentious kind of line that could be a quote on the VHS box cover how? Will Tear your soul apart or the box you opened it. We came or of course. The. The inimitable im pain. Yeah, yeah, yeah, like Freddy. He has a lot of catchphrases instead of quote, ready samples. I've heard of men. A number of different DJ mixes as well throwing a little pinhead, right? He also reminds me a bit of nineties. Pro Wrestlers in that regard. The Rock He, you know, he has the rocks post ninety, but still you know. He has his his catchphrases. He lashes out. You can imagine Macho Man Randy savage thing the box you opened, it came I. Actually just learned that Doug Bradley serves as the Authority figure in the Indie British themed wrestling promotion black craft wrestling I don't know what that means well. Look it up. It exists. It's clearly he's doing kind of like A. He's not in a wrestling ring. He's like showing up like they're doing a green screen thing and he's you know making matches and whatnot. It's Doug Bradley. Being Doug. Bradley but like he officiates matched by saying you're suffering. Be Legendary even in. Now I will say that in the..

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"doug bradley" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"doug bradley" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"This this creature this the entity. Had a role in the Halloween Pantheon of Hollywood. So you read the book before you saw the movie. I think I. Read The book after I saw the movie I remember reading it on a school trip. Yeah, and it's a it's short. It's an Avella. But yeah, it was really it was really impressive at the time. As the cold open illustrates, it has a slightly different feel it's the film hell. Raiser is essentially the the hell bound heart. It is You Know Barker's own adaptation of it. But at the same time there are differences in one of the key differences as This character of Pinhead, the Hell Priest, whatever you WANNA call, it just called lead sin abide in the first hellraiser. The role played by Doug Bradley in the Novella. It has a slightly different flair to it. Yeah, I was reading some things about the production and it seems to me that the reason Doug Bradley's pinhead became such an icon in the movie. Had to do with practical necessities of filmmaking again it was something about like character like the other cinna bites that appear in the film would have been given more dialogue, but their makeup effects didn't allow it. Oh, right because you have the chatter and the Butterbean In abides and butterball butterball. It better be. Similar. But but yeah that makes sense The makeup prevented them from speaking and Doug. Bradley could speak though he couldn't walk around very well. Apparently, he had these black contact lenses in that made it hard for him to see, and he was afraid of tripping over the skirts of his of if cinema robe, so he didn't move very easily, but he could talk, and so he could say things like save your tears waste of good suffering. Yeah, he's very commanding voice whereas. In the original develop the character that would become pinhead is described as this excited girl, and the industry bites themselves. Come off! Still come off his grotesque in their own way I more, there are more and Raja's for starters, and then there is this. Sense that they are not as demonic as the are just other worldly like they have lived in another realm of the senses for so long. That they just don't have anything. In common with with human sense, perception anymore right there there explorers that go beyond the boundaries of pleasure and pain, and that's a lot of what we're going to be talking about today. When we get to the science portion of today's episode, but I know you're not done talking about hellraiser right. Oh, no, and I do want to remind everybody. As far as the hell bound, heart goes you can, you can find it for yourself on Amazon or wherever you get your book in all formats including a dollar ninety nine..

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"doug bradley" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"doug bradley" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"All right that wasn't to scare our grandchildren to let them let them know that their grandparents listen to that kind of music but that was Jimi Hendrix's purple haze and we're talking right now with Doug Bradley whose book as well will stop the rain which is talking about th the music actually of the Vietnam era and it's in stock and about respect remembrance and reconciliation in a post Vietnam America and how we can take what we hopefully learned during that time period and apply it to today's world the dog what do you think well I think yeah there's a lot of work to do just what you said what application is still need to be done but what's what's so fascinating about that that musician and that song and and even connections with the new book is I think a lot of people especially your listeners know the story about Hendrix and you're being an hundred first airborne being a terrible soldier getting kicked out of the army but very really learn to start the play the guitar that some of the guys hit buddy miles and others in the play but overtime and and that song having and that sound Hendrix sound is guitar he had a song called machine gun that sounds like Vietnam as does said the star spangled banner Woodstock what was interesting is white yeah we go back to music to end the book again just because you know where again as you know me I can't get away from it and we highlight three musicians a guy named Billy bang Jim long can dock we already talked about who did the cover of the book and then came a Williams who was the guy that played the Hendrix and service to it in with the lieutenant Dan band Kerry Sinise's band has that sort of Jimi Hendrix person in that band so things just keep coming back around from song to musician since the two experience to today and you know let's and team was doing great work is kind of veterans art project it is running out of where he lives now in West Virginia and they do incredible work on trying to get if it's if it's paper if it's tens if it's a if it's a guitar if it's a theater you know trying to get music or the arts whatever it is to help vets to get back a hold that's what we're trying to do here folks they were trying to get everybody back home and I've got one more song I wanna play charm and then we'll we'll when the program with with unique I talk ad I don't I don't want free too fast I know well okay this to let our audience know that the the book will be could go out and get the hard cover it's really kind of cool I have a hard cover book but it's going to be coming out in paperback in March and we're gonna have dug back on when it comes out in paperback and cover more of the songs on this one I want to yeah we should do it in Michigan yes I think so absolutely what we'll figure out a venue when we get that but this is the one that you mentioned earlier on this Michael J. Martin and Tim holiday and this call time to lay it down and let's let's give a little little intro to the song itself in a let you do that well it's it's a it's a I own moral to wrote the song it's about a Vietnam vet who is at the wall in Washington he took the ring off the finger of the Vietnamese and Viet Cong soldiers killed and he's been carrying around for eighteen years and what he's been carrying around is not just the ring it's the whole damn burden that war everything to kill the anger the frustration everything and he goes into the wall and he says it's finally he believes the ring at the wall and says it's time to lay it down well this this song of course mmhm Michael J. Martin and Tim holiday are big favorites of those veterans radio audience and of my personal I had the opportunity to to talk with Michael to a number of times before he passed away I miss them hi hi everybody does anyway so listen to this song really pay attention to this song comments during the when I shot him dead back then you know what the now I'm wondering in the crack in the wall dominated the monster that's always on I got on the topic.

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"doug bradley" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"doug bradley" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"It I'll take you there by the staple singers so we're talking with Doug Bradley here of a new book entitled will stop the rains or trying to I want to try to get in as many songs as I can hear dogs a tell me about that one but again it was getting back to the point you raise before we've got you know Marvin Gaye with his version that which of course was an old gospel song you know can I get a witness different lyrics out about chasing a girl and similarly with this this you know the song came out after Vietnam but tonight we went into Stax museum of American soul music music which is when the first presentations we made that song which is certain almost vibrating off the walls because there's a place I know places that place and then at that call and response I know a place I'll take you there you know and nobody Cryin I'll take you there it should and so it was just another one of those it infused in us and reminded us up there the call and response dynamic but also just how you know how dynamic and exciting music was there so much good music to be found whether you're taking an old gospel song and making it into something new or you know it's just the next thing this guy kind of it is coming off of the ESPN radio up in your helicopter it's true we're gonna take a real quick break dogs I'm gonna ask you to hold on and welcome back we got more music on the other side but right now I'm going to be able to give you a little a lot I read as they say here on radio and that is I want you to help support veterans radio we've got two things going on right now number one is our good buddy contributions that we're looking for for people to support veterans radio as I mentioned before we've been doing this for sixteen years and we do have some expenses we have a beautiful studio that we're working out of an with getting more and more we have blogs out there we have streaming now and a whole bunch of other things that add up the money unfortunately so we're asking for a Hey good buddy to make donations to support veterans radio one of the ways that you can do that if you don't want to just donate money is.

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"doug bradley" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

08:55 min | 1 year ago

"doug bradley" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Where can I get a witness we're talking with Doug Bradley here about his new book out that's entitled to whole stop the rain and in the book adult talks about the idea of call and response and that's why we wanted to play that little song tell me about that in the book well you know it is just a couple of minutes so much it's interesting and fascinating and just about that about Marvin Gaye's you know from the era conversations we've had his brother Frankie was in Vietnam etcetera but at with that this whole notion and it's based in African American music but also in chess in African American experience at that and it you know and she uses blues and gospel and soul and and so much good music and that is you send the call can I get a witness you know let me hear you say yeah and you know it if it's either the preacher from the pulpit or it's it's a guy at the rally or it's a singer up on stage it it's a way to engage the audience and you send the call you are you expect a response sometimes the response of the firm that sometimes it's repetitive sometimes you take the call make it your own and send out another way so Craig who I wrote the last book which has been doing this for you know thirty six years he taught here at the university he bases his his whole pedagogy on call response yeah the kids read a text or they see a film or they listen to a song they have to respond to it then he takes the response and he sends us back to the rest of the class and it it's a great way to teach especially the got music it's also a great way to learn and so Marvin Gaye and the notion of witnessing and also the call and response that's there is just is just another one of those connections and at and sort of teaching activities that happens what you know just by nature and it's what we were getting the call we were doing you know it's like here's a story from the veteran here's their song you know what was going on by Marvin Gaye and bold we would get a response and then the whole audience would respond to the response it sounds it sounds kind of crazy repetitive but it's the way experience worse and it sometimes it's the way that we can really begin to understand and appreciate what somebody else has been through absolutely and I think the idea that we want to remember that the the idea of the music it was so important to those of us that we're I think anybody into throughout your life music is always something that can bring you back to good or bad memories yeah and so forth and the thing about Vietnam was at the link that the conflict was that I can talk to guys who were there and and sixty four and sixty five and there a memory of music it's so much different than what I seven seventy once I mean we go I mean we go from and very who am I thinking of a very sad look very Sadler all the way up to Jimi Hendrix yeah yeah I mean you know it's it's yep and I don't wear and like you said that the experiences are different there is music there but boy S. as as the war went on longer and the army understood that we we were music generation and you know I know if you're out in the field silence is what you need for guys like me in the rear door trying to keep you know I'm writing stories that keep the morale of the troops in the field up are writing about what they're doing we had music you know I mean we had transmitters all over the all over the country and you know we had that we had clubs that we had you know Filipino and Cory and south Korean and Vietnamese bands and they couldn't speak a word English but they can sure as heck great set list yeah we had Bob Hope touring acts James Brown Johnny Cash I mean we guide music and it was a way I think to keep us sort of government and connected we had a we had a radio in our helicopters we are talking about a correction finder ADS and what we could do is it would tell us what what term medium weight medial we were on flying away from a station or a tower or you are not already a source and so we would always put it on armed forces radio and we would be at all on a three hundred degree radius out of Saigon or the dental the one eighty degree whatever it was we always knew where we were based on the radio and I know that I know is that we had some you know Warren officers tell us you know in the in the last book you know that they sky pilot with their song you can see that there they were the Yahoo or that they were this guy you know I should put I don't have that on my list for tonight but I I should play it because I always you know we didn't get up and scream sky pilot but when you listen to the words in it but a different song it's sort of like ghost riders in the sky hello yeah exactly all those things that were the that were out there this means for you one of the things I noticed a dog while I was reading a book is that every place that you did want your presentations you attempted to bring the music from that area to your presentation yeah could you talk a little bit about that I thought was so great again what we talked about Dale is yeah the music is so essential in central and there was so much of it and you know like a variety I mean we forget back in that in those days before all the narrow casting in the way the whole music industry has changed we all listen to the same music and it was the best the soul it was the best of being a rock in the British invasion it was the best the country and they all spoke to each other if you look back at some of those sessions yeah there were great country musicians playing in some of the R. and B. sessions and they're great aren't be artists or rock artist playing on on country music and so it was and there were artists from all over the place and so they the great thing is somebody's got a got roots somewhere and the combination of an artist and and and the song as well as all the the variety events that we were able to interview over the course of the eight or ten years of research but always find it yeah there's some place where there's somebody from that area either in the book or reference in the bunker VS connected this or there's an artist or group that is from that area I mean you know he Michigan we go on forever me are you have you don't just stop at Motown you just keep going because somebody somebody good musicians from Michigan and so and it has a nice little flavor to it that way we don't get bored you know with what we're talking about because like I said there's so many good artists and so many good songs it just sort of keeps the conversation fresh and going it certainly does and I'm gonna I'm gonna play another quick little song here from the staple singers and this one's called I'll take you there so we'll talk about that when we get back we're gonna be taking a break a little bit too so right now we're gonna be listening to I'll take you there by the staple singers all I'm and and and and and and and and now.

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"doug bradley" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"doug bradley" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"It's. he's really behind and that you know he really worry everybody he hires on his sets are also very kind and so the crew all supportive of your process they want to make sure you do a good job in this scene he also said that or they both said that he doesn't really. like direct you directly just like I described this last conversation there so he'll ask you different questions that really feel like they don't have anything to do with the script you know and and it's there like that and he's such a good writer it's all right there for you so you can't over think it and another thing they avoided how do you think a kiss between quick peaks is not of just like a linear story some people think that there is no real answer that it's really just a mood he's creating. and so I'm sure they've gone around around over the years with people about their own fan you know the fan theories and they're like you guys that know more about this than we do you guys discuss it and think about it more than we do we just show up to do our job as actors so they sort of. cut off at the pass anybody that's going to ask what do you think could really means whenever in episode eight when this you know. you know they get into detail they don't do that they are they kind of coach you in the beginning because I'm sure over the last twenty years they've so many people there fan theories they kind of let you know when set a precedent that we don't answer those questions they say that aren't always changes in SO Cheryl's like the story is different to me every year to me as I involving grow as a person the story changes hi my. these people I was speaking at times you're so excited about our. and then the. yeah he signed I don't know what I wanted them to sign because I have a bunch of stuff so we had a whole bag a step down. I bought some of those limited edition records. whenever season three came out in there about a hundred Bucks each and sell their seat they're sealed but I opened one of them because I thought I'm not going to ever sell this yeah so I had him autograph one of the records and I opened it right in front of them and. Bobby Briggs was like. they were both very nice and just like come back by and talk to us you know what I'm saying. yeah so. it's a dream come true you can see pictures of me on my Instagram with the stars don I'm so happy for you dawn and dark everybody and then you can see all the creepy things lex all we'll talk more about critics. I have questions. the fanfare to like don and and Twin Peaks and may the stars that were there the it was just fun to see some of just people freak out you know just even tour was there no yeah a lot of political talk but of course he was there to talk about wrestling into all of his other projects Doug Bradley who's the hell raiser it'll wear long lines all my gosh yeah and there was a guy dressed up as hell raisers going to see them take a picture he was kind of by our booth Nichols Brendan was there too yeah he played Xander and Buffy yep and criminal minds and he was painting yeah and I. yeah. yeah so good to see the characters that that could show up but at its yeah awesome I'm just so I was it was so fun to see you just kinda light up like that time. it's fun it really. yeah Hey speaking of don McLean don McLean should we give something away yes absolutely let's get real a ticket to a play.

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"doug bradley" Discussed on We Hate Movies

We Hate Movies

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"doug bradley" Discussed on We Hate Movies

"Gingy like little little little GMT. I have right before bed. I know I brush my teeth. But I need something to fucking falls to wake up shakes got nothing to do with Goethe's leaves got everything to do with waking us. Yeah. And then a little one on the way to work. At work, and then you're lifting old statues. And then you're working barfly here. All my Jews, my friend. Do all my Fred. He does have a be cadence a little bit. He kind of does he sort of like, let's woods. Hey, it's a choice that this dude is making this character. It's a memorable. So yes, she's like, oh, blah, blah, blah, you know. And then like, it's basically just saying I have this horrible backstory. This is I am. But it's yeah. It's this weird like mom and dad Bernard this and the girl is like this is. Yeah. Yeah. But you save me. Why don't you focus on the fact that you saved me? I'm fucking great. Case you haven't noticed. I'm fucking great. It's also weird thing that were like it's clear that like Alex hooked the sister up with a job at the end teak players situation. And it's also I feel like part of that is like this woman's resenting her also like all right? I'm I'm turning to you in my hour of need. I got you this job. I saved you from fire. The least you could do is listen to me and not chastise me for going to therapy. You were living with me anyway, be able to pay some every once in a while shit. I'm having this shitty. Week my best friend ache came onto then died at a computer explosion. All right. And I didn't even realize he was my best friend till I saw face melted off after the affirmation computer explosion. I just I should've. I should've saved mom. Oh, you know, what mom was a tenured college. Professor wouldn't have had to hook her up with fucking job. You didn't do shit at the time. Don't you know, I gotta say credit to this movie though for no obnoxious flashbacks of said fire. This movie knows that it's called wish master, and it's just wish master and around every time, we're not whenever wish masters, not onscreen. Everyone is asking. Where's wish man's? Exactly. Right. So so Alex is like all right. Well, I gotta go meet this motherfucker that was doing this, doc dealer, whatever. So she goes to to Robert Angolans place. Yes. And you get to see the fucking house a horse that this guy lives in this is a real creep show. It's kind it's huge. I I kind of gather that this may be what Bob real life house looks like, oh, you think so combine all the creepy statues because the one in joke here is that he owns the position statute from exercise. So it's like he's got all these like creepy ass artifacts floating around, you know, he's a rich mysterious businessman. All you have to do is add in the weird like Robert England paintings from new nightmare. That's his actual house. It has to be do you think Do it you was? think it was an awkward year on the horror circuit? Because like here, you got Bobby England, you got Kane Hodder, and you got a Tony Todd. Of course, they're all in this, man. We have your in wish Mr Bush miss. Oh, you talk about wish master and then like Doug Bradley's like so what's going on? What's everybody? Where's everybody going? What's What's? that? Wish I'll be a wisher dick warlocks. I could I could do wishes. I could be a wish Mr. Angus fucking scrim. I can read your fucking script. I could be a wish master Mark..

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"doug bradley" Discussed on We Hate Movies

We Hate Movies

05:45 min | 2 years ago

"doug bradley" Discussed on We Hate Movies

"Nobody else was ever in my dorm room, and I only left to go to class or to eat well fucking single your freshman year. Not too shabby. There was also the fact that if I wasn't sitting on my bed, she was laying down. Walk into my room and lay on my fucking bed. As if that's the thing people, do I feel uncomfortable just sitting on someone else's bed. Yeah. No, thanks floor or bust once the lice work on that's a helluva. I got rid of her too. Got to. To be more exact my sister, and my best friend ambushed or when she was opt her with. And then put her in a bucket. Oh, no. Park it when she was home for thanksgiving and told her to stay away from me or else, I didn't find out about the about that detail until years later, but I'm forever grateful that they got her out of all of our lives have any of you had experience with crazy X's. Thanks again for all last keep it up and sorry for the long Email. Theresa for Canada, Canadian thanksgiving. They were celebrating. She was talking about someone's girlfriend from Canada. Time. Jokes us America. We wouldn't we wouldn't know her. She's from Canada. Yeah. Exactly. No. I don't think I have any crazy. I think I'm the crazy. Your maniac do snow because passes. Lice right now. She's so crazy. She gets lice. How did that work your lice? Crazy, man. That's crazy or. Yeah. Totally no never had any crazy thing because you know, why you stopped talking to. That's exactly that's how that goes amputate that appendage. And be like, yeah. I remember specifically not to go back to my college choices. Everyone all these banners started getting held in the in the school of so and so's going to this university. So and so's going to college. This isn't highschool. Fucking weird, dude. The clubs only two hundred people. So it wasn't that many two hundred two hundred banners, you you graduated with two hundred people. Yeah. I graduated like fifty people really do know banners for us talking about your great baiters your school do every time. Someone got into a college. They spray painted the name of the school inside of a cow. Exactly what I could never find out who was going where because they were all tipped. But the, but I just remember specifically being like, well, I'm not gonna that's going. That's cool. Purchase. Did get a banner. I I was the Brenner. Yeah. I was very nervous that it was gonna follow my banner. Interesting. Yeah, that's one that lay flapped in the wind. What do you call their construction paper joint? Oh, interesting. So not like for over a cast a retired jersey. No placard Eric Cisco. That's me. Oh, I'm reading Email. Also that getting pinheads autograph. Nice. Seconds could. Finish. Dear WHM, I figured since the spook tackler is upon us. Indeed it and you did an episode on hellraiser three. Indeed. We did. I would recount the time. I met at subsequently got an autograph from Doug pinhead, Bradley. I'm sure he loves that. Yeah. He was pleased to be as dug up e head, Bradley. You do me a favor. How about some consideration? Doug Foale staff. Radley known this ping. I was about thirteen Jesus. First of all too early for head too young for pinhead. Don't too young to talk to actors. My friends, and I decided to visit one of many Halloween attractions in our area, they attraction and question was known as Jason Jason's woods. Couldn't say crystal acre gets. Yeah. There was probably like some flyers that were initially printed and then the season desist quickly followed the main draw the vein draw of this journey was an autograph signing by Doug Bradley's. You not book any of the Jason's clearly that's what this was supposed to do. I am the lodge drive. The king of Jason's woods. I'm sticking to shoot Pennslyvania. Motel. Which do younger horror like me was a dream. Come true. We spent a good portion of our night lost in the back roads of Pennsylvania until finally reaching our destination. Let me tell you some things just aren't worth it got some some sites to shows. This is ninety miles outside of jobs towel. That same OPEL. You saw about twenty minutes ago. Again, you're in the loop. Also where you're eating dinner. You wish there was a polka king? You wish? Oh, look at this what to delectable site. A road sign directing you to the nearest fireworks out. Band diner. Abuse about. Hey. Jason's woods. I dug pinhead Bradley.

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"doug bradley" Discussed on We Hate Movies

We Hate Movies

04:40 min | 2 years ago

"doug bradley" Discussed on We Hate Movies

"I thought there was going to be a real time cop like they cannot keep the same space. Well, they came because they merge will. The weird thing is, but I because it's hell raiser because we got a jerk off to something absolute. She gets right before like they go back to the bunker where hellraiser became or pinhead became pinhead. And then he's like, well, I'm going to tie you up. She gets tied up. They put them like bondage mascot. That's somebody was getting somewhere with this sequence. I think it's a thing because I was gonna say this earlier. I wish there was a thing where we saw the making of a Senate by like in hell, and I think this is how it star no do in in hell raiser to get some some origin stories. There's a guy who is crooked doctor. He goes, it's a big version of the puzzle box that he kind of goes a Senate byte machine. Oh. Injected with like there's a Santa by Jews. And now we're taking some blood chaplains in the gear. A bunch of tiny Senate bite start measuring him to see what is leather gown will be. Okay. And remember that I haven't seen the second one really long time. It looks like she's on her way to send OBT. Yes, bitten. Oh, once Senna bitten come to send a bites. May I take your. No, we are out of mozzarella sticks, tired of telling everyone amount of months ministicks embarrassing the specials today, brain. Fuck. Let me go back to my manager. It was actually flawn. I said, fuck I. I confused those all the dammit Honey was really in the mood for fuck, fuck, fuck medium, rare. Excuse me. Thank you. Thank you for the drink is jerking off at our table the entire time. Side, fuck y'all, a restaurant. That's the. That's the theme. At the table. Of those nice restaurants that Do Quoc a mole. This guy prepares the fuck at the table takes his dick Atty jerks off. Our weakness has been smoking the whole. I don't really know if you allow that in your. I'm sorry. I don't wanna make a scene. Just be quiet about it, but I found a hair in my Faulk. Ended might live. How the that is. Yes, that is how the fuck is prepare doing it. It's kind of a play on the nineteen seventy. Very hairy. Fuck. I should have said that it's my mistake. We will comp you the flood's gonna free flown, but you're paying for the fuck. So they meld together whatever been. While that's going on, she turns the puzzle box into a knife. That's the second one as well where you, it's fortunate fire thing. Oh yeah, this will kill a Swiss army box. She says, you know the, your famous go to hell. Yeah. And we'll, he's like, stabby man, do it. Totally. Yes, because it's like good pinhead v. evil pinhead he's like, I believe in new Joey? Yeah, like his Doug Bradley's head like kind of jumps back again, bad nineties, sorta like morphs out real quick. Like do. Yeah. So she does it go to hell she and then she scape and like she makes up literally in a forest. I mean, not I think twilight was going on. And she's like, wow, that was really something. Remember what I was trying to be in a reporter, Africa. You to fix this box and it's a construction site. A big thing of cement. She puts it in there because that's the best move like this is like the sun is just rising. There's just wet cement like a pool of widsom here rate points, and also it's weird because like and this is also a continuity air, but it shouldn't be shocking. But like she takes this thing and pushes it all the way down, like her hand gets submerged in the cement. You how deepest grabber. Yeah, polar in. Right. But then when it cuts to like a wider shot, she's like it's over and there's no cement on either hands just walks away. You'd be spending list, thirty minutes. Getting that off. I said, it wants all, say it again. Get on like a Richie Tenenbaum ship, go to the middle. Off the fuck down. Now we got dolphin Senate bites. Wonderful. That'll give me a mega Don. Oh, yeah. Go by, oh man, Senate by. Oh, man..

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"doug bradley" Discussed on We Hate Movies

We Hate Movies

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"doug bradley" Discussed on We Hate Movies

"Fed up by the polluting Times Square. Where is it? Is it before after she gets to the construction site? I think it might be after because there's this whole scene with the church o- on her way, she stops at this church which is like, takes a whole different movie for five minutes. Yes, it very much. Oh, it would be really cool if pinhead like fucked with a church. And that's this scene we drop in this priest is like, oh my child, there's no such thing as demons and it's like, well, what is that? You know, he comes in, he mocks like the Jesus crucifixion by polling pins out of his head and jamming them into his own hands and even does the like arms outstretched head slightly down at an angle thing, what an edge Lord loser. Just to own the libs too. Does it, fuck it. Do anything happens. He destroys that alter though, look out. He destroys the altar. He does. It takes a while to take his pins at bugs on them or thought it was just to be part of his brain. Yeah. Yeah, yeah, isn't edge. Lert loser. I agree with that. Does he? He'll the priest or no, he he makes the priest like eat like a false sacrament withhold. No, that's that's right. He fucking rips like part of his own body often feeds it to this dude and he does the this is my flesh. This is my blood, like there's some steam coming up, but we cut away from whatever happens priest. I need to see it. I see him spin it out though. It's got the actors like particularly in the rock when you punches the green ball into the guys that do is shove that in there. I'm gonna Chuck my money at a you. But he gets it. He has some lie. It's like there's very pin headlines in the scenes. I the way I mean, the way is sort of whatever. No. I mean like that famous fastball. I am a story of an old couple that drove away and killed themselves. They made up them. And then started talking. Where were they going without knowing the way they drank up with the why. Good song. Nineties jams. So right when all these Senna bites are on her about together, she solves the puzzle box. Yep. And everybody goes away. We cut. We're back in limbo. This is the line though. This is the most important line entire franchise play with this pinhead. Oh, right. That's where it's uttered for the first time. She's apps all the Senate nights back into the boxer into Heller, whatever. And then we do get the dream. We're back in purgatory. She meets her daddy in Vietnam as he's like, oh, you did a great job. What are you? Give me that bucks bucks. Man, longtime knows wanted to give you that bunk plays a little cooler than that. Just like, I, I know I told me to come here. You're my daughter, and you said you have something for me. I'm still getting used to the whole spiritual thing. There's a box probably probably probably a box and you could use. I lost my box war. Let's see. I lost my box in Vietnam. Dan, how about here? Have this box is what they must mean and all turns out in head in guys stolen valor. Now is it gonna end this scene pretty. This is really evil thing I've done for your service ghost band. Is it. Is it the dad as like when he's revealed to be evil? Because it's kind of he's got like a smirk really kind of thing. Does the dad say it or does like Doug Bradley as pinhead? Say there's a line where. One of the versions of this monster goes your so ripe, Joey, and it's harvest tie. Oh, yeah. Hillary live nude. It's a line from a hellraiser movie. So like ghost, Doug Bradley comes out. There's some fucking time cop, head melding going..

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"doug bradley" Discussed on We Hate Movies

We Hate Movies

04:56 min | 2 years ago

"doug bradley" Discussed on We Hate Movies

"They, they'll customer show as Satan Taylor's been working fucking overtime. Taylor's invented black leather. Everyone up there in the bronze age had Brown leather. Would make so much of the center by just look like they're wearing cheap, Halloween, costume, look like they're like fucking you. Literally Wes Borland. This is this is actually rather were not monsters. I think I've actually seen like at least one limp is video where he's wearing west Borland is wearing a pinhead jacket, just long coat. That sounds more of a Slipknot thing. It feels like they got old thing that's always all about. I'm going to stand out in this really bad band. Like you gotta do something. You do have to do anything where your band is made up of ninety percent leg tattoos and be. Oh yeah, you gotta stand out. So at this point, Joey goes to sleep. She wakes up in a dream is back in Vietnam, but then transformed world were one. That's what I love. It's like I one Viet nam for like a hot second in this scene, and then you're like, wait a minute. Well, look at all these holes that they're all in World War. What? What? And we meet welcome to war world. Every war is going on at the same time. Captain Elliot. Spencer who is actually pinhead. Sort of kind of Headley looks like. Oh, jeez. Now, Hugo weaving? Yeah, little big time. Mixed with Mr.. Pitt. Oh, wow. Yes, holy shit. That's very accurate. He actually, I thought he played like a random Admiral in a Star Wars movie. Oh, totally. Has that look? He could've. I orders higher. We didn't talk about. I'm sorry to backtrack for two seconds, but we didn't talk about disgusting. It is when pinhead comes out of that statue and takes a while first of all it does. But like there's definitely just like Ghostbusters look in Jackie all over the Powell. Right? Like slime who's also just like a little lazy. Like I would imagine like like exploding, like flesh statue, just they're throwing pieces of flesh on the ground, like, ooh. That's very true. And then there's just the slop everywhere. It's gross getting it and he what's the deal you, tears of don't worry about it. You'll be good man, don't. It's cool. You'll find. Do you have somebody to come in cutting this up? Somebody in the Boyle, you're good because I again, I can't get these chains up after. There's a put on a cooler movie for. Maybe maybe before bed. Another romp just give me a few minutes watching. PC you on VHS. We'll see where this goes. Have you seen goodfellas yet? It's just a stunt. New VHS during this flashback to World War One. So she starts getting into it with Doug Bradley as corporal, Elliott, whatever the fuck. Yeah, she definitely has the line. I just walked into madness for you and you're like, oh, this dumb line of like what the hell is going on here. And then somebody else's like hell is very going on. What the fuck are you talking of his? His evil is too powerful at some time like the fuck this that me well. So I guess this is like this guy's in purgatory or something. And then head is like hell guy who winter the now, like the hatch, a plan with this ghost like merge him who represents the humanity of the man who was once pinhead combined with pinhead. Yeah, to which this guy, Doug Bradley's like human character goes probably never shaken hands with a ghost before. Actually white once sweet is the nom daddy, the ghosts that's like bringing this all together. Menam daddy. We said, Phnom daddy, I thought you meant the statue because I'm not. Okay. Dan joey's. He's just a hapless idiot ghost vice. I think he uses her dreams to sort of like whatever and the she's just dreaming about dad yet to lead to the guy that's going to stop him. Yeah, Krueger town. Now, I guess also I don't understand how you're having dreams about people. You've never met..

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"doug bradley" Discussed on We Hate Movies

We Hate Movies

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"doug bradley" Discussed on We Hate Movies

"It's sorted I towards the television set with was on when I was eleven years old, what's that's what my my like my uncle was watching this movie, and I was like walking by heart three. This movie. Man, an uncle Terry uncle commentary. Oh yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. This one's alive. A rope amended that he would say, no. So I'm walking by and I see this vigorous sexy this up in a way. Malate second. What is this? Oh, is that a naked lady? I'm gonna peak around and stays. I was. So what are you watching and more of a, what are you. Exactly exactly. And I'm watching this and then also another layer to it is my mother was an artist, and I had been around a lot, especially in that time, mixed media was huge. Yeah. Seen statue seen paintings with faces coming out of them and I ask you, did your mother's did it? Her statues turn like a sunglass thing constantly. This way statue? No, she was not a sculptor. I I've seen sculptors sculptures and I don't remember any turning like this. Yeah, so it was very supernatural, no turn, no Oakley's on it. But but but the then the chains command they, it rips offer skin and it's this, it's this naked bloody. We'll make making. Without without the most making, you could get an in my mind. It's been recycled over and over again as like it's focusing on this for awhile and she's like floating in the air, which is not having what happened now extending the yes, and then she's walking around his apartment like, wow, you got a lot of dark art, here's a. and he's being shit, has good leave. Now, babe give me my shirt back and get the fuck out. And the chains do come at this point and ripper flesh off she screaming and then she gets sort of sucked into the statue or does he move it sucked into she get sucked in. It's very much like the end of nightmare analysis where the mom gets through the window. It's that kind of like cheesy. Oh, actually, no miss remembering it, it's even worse. It's like, you see, there's some bad nineties. Art of it. And I think eventually when she like folds over then it looks more like the nightmare effect, but there's some, there's some bad computer graphics in this movie. So the statute numbs are all up right. This conversation, we're like, what the fuck your statue in his? Yes, a duck evil statue. You're evil is a guest. So we're so you, you just had sex with that woman. I think it's fucking hilarious though because like there's all this other stuff that's still part of the statue, but all that's moving is Doug Bradley's face and the color doesn't even matchup like to green tones totally off. It's embarrassed. It's Planet Hollywood nonsense, yes, you would see this Planet Hollywood. If anyone gave a shit. I've had an issue on my face for five years. Fuck out of here and they strike up a bargain, right? And which I don't get. Oh, good. Now you will bring me new flesh and I should have a body and I'll give you all the pleasures. You could imagine, which is like, hey, I'm incredibly rich, good looking dude up. Did you see the sex? I just had like it should have been paying for it, which is totally fine. I can't afford it. Did you see that fancy restaurant? I have not bad pinhead not only works little shop horrors, Rick, Rick. Type band, some bookish dude, I shout. So you such delicious sites, Seymour feed me. Exactly. And it is little shop. It is to feed this fucking thing. Which, again, I got a club ener restaurant or on, yes, he's a busy man, but if he's going to sign this deal with pinhead, I need a montage of like this dude bringing ladies back, but bomb but end there's just like going in and not coming out over and over and over again kind of thing. That'd be fun because it's just like he eats the one lady and then later in the movies, boiler alert. He winds up beating JP Terry. Yeah, and that's it when he's out and see just needed one with the Faulk..

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"doug bradley" Discussed on We Hate Movies

We Hate Movies

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"doug bradley" Discussed on We Hate Movies

"I was like, was that a vampire? There are bars that you can. You can get blowing. And then there's also bars that I play that play live music, and I feel like never the twain meet. Sometimes you get blown at the bar, but sometimes the bar below zero. Not just blown, but yeah, all. Happens a sex club when like, oh, really? Yes. Okay. And what's the address? But that's the thing if you're gonna have a sex club, have a sex club, don't just have it be like a scuzzy place where fucking Dicks around. But I mean, I need a couple of different names the boiler room. Is your sex club venue needs its own like JP's or that's a good mood like three different things right next to you got the second Cup here. It's called the boiler room this what's called to steam pot, right. Steakhouse exact that just JP steak. 'cause that is a nice ass looking restaurant. I've got such wonderful specials to tell you about. Wait, I didn't bring the card. Hold on. Let me tell, you know it's a, it's a veal Picotto. Very, very, it looks like when they hang out with the hip people in American psycho. Yeah, yes, definitely. Actually, the dandelion greens, brazed pot roast. May I ask you this the most important of questions. Is there room for dessert. Any dietary. The table of -tarian how quaint. Yes, she's kind of asking around. She meets JP at this point. JP all these ladies on him. He's got like all these roses giving like the bachelor kind of this is fucking stupid. Man. He just like, and he's got a bartender on staff who can be like, hey, blinky rose me. Yeah. And this dude like knows what's up and he just points to like some bathe. Yeah. And this scumbag just goes over and like gives her this. This rose like she knows JP has selected her for the evening's entertainment yet it is. It is disturbing. It is already. I'm already disturbed enough. I'm going to see a pinhead. I've been waiting for this guy to die since he was in the fucking art gallery. Like I'm just it takes a while very long time. He kind of reminded me of a scummy. Bobby from twin peaks. Oh yeah. Day regatta shit together cop before he cleaned it up. Yes, before he cleaned up his life. Yeah, no shitty, Bob. He should season one and two shitty. Bobby. Well, yeah, this guy's buffed Bobby, Bobby, lookout. Dude. So I guess at some point, Terry and Joey kind of get together at her apartment Joey has a nightmare. She, she has these Vietnam flashbacks. This is Terry Joey who is damn it. The actress name is Terry dammit. It's Joe Joey. The the anchorwoman the reporter is having a nightmare where she goes to Vietnam dressed. As Allison wonderland kind of it's a bizarre outfit with the large Bo in the back. I was very, not very practical for Vietnam tree of life. Yes. She looks like Jessica Chastain in that movie and she's like, she watches her dad killed and she's like screaming for her dad, and then she gets a phone call and it's this woman's ahead. You're living? Okay. Come meet at my apartment. No, no, let's meet at a coffee. Let's go me at a bar. Y'all buy you a drink. You know what I mean? Yeah. No, I do not need this person know where I live. You're gonna pull out catching there. Water, what the kiss this woman is. She's homeless. She's looking for cotton. My friend. I love that expression. And so. Here's my biggest problem with this movie. I'll accept puzzle boxes, Alex back, demonic, except demonic presence, Christmas of all kinds for all gifts and all. Occasion, but Doug Bradley special. Oh, my.

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"doug bradley" Discussed on We Hate Movies

We Hate Movies

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"doug bradley" Discussed on We Hate Movies

"And it's amazing because it's got this Hobo work in there who is obviously a haunted Hobo the first two movies watch movies later on someone's like walking a dog outside, like, what do you mean that art gallery at burnt down one. That must have been a haunted Hobo gave you that necklace. Never by art from a Hobo good life lesson never by, wow, this pillar and you could clearly pinheads head sticking out of it and the the box. They're right there and the guys like, wow, this is going to be cool how much you on for does it? How much are you willing to sell? How much are you willing to part for it? I'm like, yeah, Dom. Cool. Yep, no, because that's a Hobo response that you could be like. I would like to buy this culture for a cannabinoid actually, it needs to be a bit more than a, there's candy I need something. No, not with the word is again, do about three hots and a cot. You can get that buy just throwing a brick through window. Getting arresting. Yeah. Again, we actually should support the homeless in this country and give them a place asleep in some food, and we should actually keep them away from hellraiser artifacts. That's the thing is we keep them off the streets. They don't become haunted, Zack. We have no hobos at all. Zero chance of a haunted Hobo. I don't know. I think this gets out of their scot-free gets like what ten bucks from this fucking asshole. And then he vanishes basically. Again, you never know if he was like, you know, really, they're down to hell like a little staircase beyond a couch. Let me go check in the basement. So the scumbag buys the sculpture. That's clearly haunted. And I mean, how does he transport this was a days long event. Yeah, no, thanks to the magic of editing. The movie doesn't have to worry about any of that. First of all, you have to move all of the wind chimes out of the front of the store, her out of there because you remove you gotta get whole moving crew out there and nothing breaks more easily than wind Giles. You gotta get those right out of the way up here amid gallery by the untangle a wind chime fucking, forget it. That's a hell raiser. That's a lament configuration. Oh, the lament puzzle configuring. I have such frustrating day. Joyce. Sure. Looks like your your apple iphone headphones are wrapped in your pocket. Good luck on solving that radio. Look at all these coins in crumbs at the bottom of your backpack. How about this zipper, new, who'd he went over the fabric? Ooh, what distasteful challenge that awaits? You happen to be this weekend? Who you're, you're changing an overhead, fluorescent light bulb in your house, but you accidents drop it. Oh, you have to keep to cats away from it. All dude. Well, that is a hell. Spawn challenge with fucking all fucking Saturday. Just shattered shattered all the little. You know, you know, lightbulb towards the Dakota dos, breathe that in just rip parts you like a center bite, not unlike a setup by, oh, man, fucking fluorescence, a bite? Yup, that's I'm into it as just like chew in glass. Hey, Doug Bradley plays pinhead. Did he played pin netted for most of the movies? He doesn't anymore as of twenty eighteen. We are still putting out how razor movies by the way insane. It's craziness. But let me ask you guys this about Doug Bradley. How just have on a scale of like one Tim Burton, how creepy is this guy's house. He's into it, or is he just a row?.

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"doug bradley" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"doug bradley" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"A cool sixty dollars sixty dollars for calling months or on what is it perk 'cause i got one dog so drew one kid i just asked for the whole visit oh meaning houses answer the question now low less three kids that you have one doug bradley that is good that's not gonna work why not because i mean you're not going to get an apples to apples comparison i think so bradley bradley why don't you answer the question her how much did you spend the last time you went to the groomer a hundred and ten dollars a hundred intend bradley trainer for his one dog how often years ago deliver once a month only buckets you holy pockets that is right rally trails nicely you pending that i'm fancy by the way because i can hear people going what kind of fancy dog grooming experience to you get new go to the budget rumor no we could arco oh we have a great a grammar petco which i can't highly recommend highly enough over it richfield petco and we love love love it we've gone to all the she she ones which are more than that what i just gave you by the way that includes everything plus tip uh who included both the costs and the town okay all right santa sake let's move on and asked who paid more colleen bradley i'm going to ask you if you spend the last time you went to the vat so your last vet bill colleen you have human children so how much we just had a doctor at our last time that you went to the doctor well because we have health insurance i paid zero dollars zero dollars for colleen lindstroem in her the dog zero don't triplicate deductible what we have well child checks zero dollars that's included in the meal all right so nothing weapon over that culling lindstroem paid nothing to ever children visit the doctor bradley trainer going ping nothing because i'm insurance yeah like we get your yearly wellness check usually part of in the deal is part of the deal is on the menu all right bradley trainer i'm going to ask you how much did you spend the last time you went to the vet well bob we have insurance to believe it or not ensure zoom so we paid for our last visit one hundred twenty four dollars one hundred in twenty four dollars with insurance with insurance a little easy going to.

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"doug bradley" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"doug bradley" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

"The thirty started off this movie say my wife is going to become the greatest puzzle and he's motivated by helping this trauma on a child's himself as long to loop around i figured this went out very quickly i didn't figure out how stupid who's going to be with all the different fingers and what they represented but yes the fact that this is about a child in these self reflective at the beginning it just gives it all wait a minute i again this script is not a smart is it wants to be i think this high school scrip it's got dirksen wrote yeah they do not disguise very well the twist ending that they have planned for us and i don't think they should try i think at a certain point that they should admit to this and why not make pinhead the main character we've all enjoy doug bradley's been the best thing about these sequels at least and i definitely feel like he's the only thing that's carrying over from the old movies is kind of what i said in the first podcast you know if we enter their world by figuring out a puzzle there at that point trying to figure out us why would pinhead like this guy i don't like this guy but why does pinhead want him and what is pin had get out of deconstructing and humiliating characters like this and this is where i think derek soon i dunno if you guys know this about dirksen because i didn't he is a highly religious man okay that's from explain it all here because i feel like pithead becomes like old testament god may be urged he's he's not there to rip flush apart because it brings sexual plenty on his feels like i'm going to punish the now on the devil with my pitch for could yeah jigsaw or doctor phil union asked the worth died or dr kill as the case may be but derek sin brought his own christian viewpoint here he also hadn't seen the other hellraiser films nancy in the first one ppm say he went back and watched the others but he liked the first one he says he can lake horror stuff but he says he never wants to again make a film as gory as this one is.

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"doug bradley" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"doug bradley" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"You also out to get your teeth yeah color you pronounced of when your early in on out and put in the two big giant rios and hit record because we're going to be plan a lot of music from the vietnam era and i want to say to all of our veteran brothers and sister's thank you for your service then welcome home all of us here affections radio we thank you an so this program is dedicated to you we are going to be playing a musical maybe a pair of the name of the program actually as we got to get out of this place nobody really remember is not stunk too much right now the found track of them yet now more this is the puck that has been written by our kept today whatever spoke to the two of them and maybe we'll get to affect going in but doug bradley is going to be on and we craig warner put together the puck we got to get out of this place and so sound track of them yet now more and the talks all about the different music that was being play from nineteen sixty four up until nineteen seventy three andy going to be an of major by the diversity and i think the changes in style and the changes in the environment in vietnam i was shocked actually i was shocked when i was you lose really never look i guess i was very nineteen i was unaware of a lot of things that seen in the going on while i was in vietnam in nineteen sixty nine but then again i get has a helicopter pilot i what i got to go back and look ericsson and i didn't have to do guard dude in all the other things that that many many people have to do so i think that you're going to find at a very interesting program if you'd like you get in on the action or maybe you have a favorite june that's you'd like to talk about or maybe.

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