14 Burst results for "Dr Gento"

"dr gento" Discussed on Optimism Vaccine

Optimism Vaccine

05:24 min | 2 d ago

"dr gento" Discussed on Optimism Vaccine

"His son and he still is because killed some children so he actually killed kids. That definitely killed children. You know the thing is with dance of the dead though. I am not a fan. And i'm sorry scout to shout out a friend of the show talking shit about hooper over here But i will say if you are wondering what happens when you cast. Robert englund as an over the top villain and you never say no or dial it back. This is what happens. Dance of the dead. So there you go. Yeah i so. Let's say a black adaptation to my knowledge although it has much in common with a black cat at least half the movies huge. Take any movie. This could be a fan project is just take any popular movie and just insert credits has inspired or suggested by the black cash and just see if anyone complains or notices Not a bad idea. Well i know you mentioned the dr. Gento adaptation is there. Is there any other version of this. Where you've got some real black cat heads out there. That they'd be worth checking korman's so roger cormon in sixty two was kind of knee deep in adapting as much poesie code for a the american international pictures which was great like just low budget horror genre. Clinton thing they did they made original films also bought all like the mario bava movies and registered them. So we're rich a rich story district so he was. He made a bunch of like adaptations and frankly they're the ones seen. I've only seen like three of them. So far. are great. They're really strong. And they're all with vincent price. And vincent price's always worth the price of admission so tales of terrorists exactly which i miss that will rian adam fixes and poets to make me sound so so i've also heard that the There's a nineteen sixty. Six one by harold hoffman. that i've heard Is interesting. I think it's very little scene but.

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"dr gento" Discussed on Morbid: A True Crime Podcast

Morbid: A True Crime Podcast

07:01 min | 3 months ago

"dr gento" Discussed on Morbid: A True Crime Podcast

"Then what happens is like you you make something right and it sucks and everybody hates it and then you think fuck why doing and then you know one day you know maybe something bad happens right and then you make something out of that experience and then people really respond to and then you start thinking to yourself. Oh god well now. I got something else now. People hated one thing. One thing nagata. Like next thing around that. So you start putting pressure on yourself you think. Like why am i gonna do this. Wait a minute last time. Something really bad happened in my life. maybe i should go make something really bad happening. She let's go. It's time to make bad choices in all star. Fun self-destruction to the extreme. So you know and then all the sudden you know everybody's like movie thing going and you're like oh bad choice and then you realize one day you know you're no longer doing anything it's what you do you've made movies. You make commercials you've written books and screenplays and you've done all this stuff and you've lived a life that allows you to do that because i think that if you go back to the greatest writers of all time every single one of them lived a life right at no matter how that life ended they all live tonight a an all live to at least they all live the life which you know only people who have truly lived a life understand what that means which i just found out and And that truly living that life is the only thing that gives you the frame of reference that i think to truly Be able to explore the outer edges of your own creative writing because if you can't push their own comfort level you can't push anything but to get back to the original point the ideas one day. You're starting out. I'm gonna do this. I'm going to do that the next thing. You know you move. Everybody's like oh. I saw you and you're like oh yeah thanks really sucked you know And then the next one you make and then and then people like all your so your new movie and their tone changes and you're like oh thanks and then all of a sudden you realize that your entire support structure your most of your life has been sort of like you know you've been that. Oh he's he's that guy is the creative. He'll you know we just you know he'll be fine. We're whatever but then what you realize. Is that those. People are acting out of jealousy. They don't have the balls to dive in and live the life necessary to be an artist right. Feel like. I needed this. I know right and then one day you look back and you realize you're no longer saying i'm gonna do this. I'm going to do that when they look back. He's done this. I've done that and you're no longer going to be this or you're going to be that you're you are that and then you have to choose. How much of you is defined by what you are and then there and then you get through all these weird fucking other creative struggles. And then if you're lucky you come out on the other side with some light love in your life and and everything on it just evolves. I love that answer. That is the best answer. I think i ever could have matched those great. You're humble guy. What a humble guy. Just a mashal me to a humble astle named the episode that humble assholes. I'm digging your is that is that is that dante. Thomas jellies internal on the wall behind you. Dr gento is actually dario jettas. Sorry i was thinking of a buddy of mine. He's really cool near. I've got just one important. One up right got bowie. What do you mean you can't go wrong with. you really can't especially not as a jareth. Yes so my son. My son just made a bunch of money around the art went out. And he's like through so i go buy some vinyl any bought like xeloda belly. Let's so cool has done it right. Just super proud moment. That's so weird that you say that. Yeah this has nothing to do with the conversation whatsoever. But just because. I'm craving a cigarette right now. What do you smoke camel camel. Yeah like if. I'm working. If i'm if i'm actively working i smoked very spirits. You not smoke. That's what i used to smith. What but if i'm writing camels and if i'm writing a lot a lot i'll smoke like lucky strikes. I worked for the waitress. That only did lucky stripes. And i was like wow. That's a lot notes. No filter lucky strikes. Just trying to channel the forty s keyboard. Virginia slims out there. Not talk about those like for the people that don't smoke. This is such a useless conversation. But i feel like for people that know like i feel like the type of cigarette that someone smokes really is like a defining characteristic of them. You know oh interesting. Okay what are what. are you smoke So i've gone inside. I used to be on camel. Ninety nine is pretty much like the majority of my life and then for a while. i was on parliament's and now. I'm on the menthol. So i'm on moral smooth interesting. What does it mean if someone has literally never smoked a cigarette. Have you never tried one in your entire life. It means you're gonna live longer than all of it means. I took the fall for being bad kid in the family. Where you guys. Don't go light on her. Means you're a nerd. Elena i'll take it. I'll take is you're not. You're not cool. Not cool fine. Peer pressure elena together. I'll leave you can write you. Never have i know you've never like stood on the side of the wall with your legs crossed like dragging on your cigarette with your finger. Like come on dude. I know i feel like i'm missing a life experience. No she like quadruples. The coffee that i've ever seen anyone in my entire life. Yeah when i write. I drink like copious amounts of caffeine. I make up for it that way. I think i'm gonna copy copies. Fiend and in fact i actually have a copy roast coming out so yeah so that's coming out through debts lead coffee so that'll be about that. I'm just waiting. It's like It's going to be like a tanzanian. Seabury roast like single origin. thing and I'm super into it right now. Did you have to like try. A bunch of beans. I where you dislike crazy for a little bit. We're going through that whole process now. So you're going to be real shaky. I'm jealous that process act like i drink. More coffee than humans probably. Should i actually shaky if i don't have coffee. Yup whenever that gets finalized you get a name and whatnot. Send it to us will let everyone know. Come into the aussie romero's golfie awesome. It's super cool to.

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"dr gento" Discussed on Horror Soup

Horror Soup

06:59 min | 3 months ago

"dr gento" Discussed on Horror Soup

"And then you realize one day you know. You're no longer doing anything it's what you do. You've you've made movies. You make commercials you've written books screenplays and you've done all this stuff and you've lived a life that allows you to do that because i think that if you go back to the greatest writers of all time every single one of them lived a life right at no matter how that life ended they all live tonight a an all live at least for now they all live the life which you know only people who have truly lived a life understand what that means which i just found out and And that truly living that life is the only thing. Is you the frame of reference that i think to truly Be able to explore the outer edges of your own creative writing because if you can't push your own comfort level you can't push anything but to get back to the original point the ideas one day. You're starting out. I'm going to do this. I'm going to do that the next thing. You know you move. Everybody's like oh. I saw you looking and you're like oh yeah thanks really sucked you know And then the next one you make. And then and then people like esau your so your new movie and their tone changes and you're like oh thanks and then all of a sudden you realize that your entire support structure your most of your life has been sort of like you know you've been that. Oh he's he's that guy is the creative. He'll you know we just you know he'll be fine. We're whatever but then what you realize. Is that those people are acting out of jealous or they don't have the balls to dive in and live the life necessary to be an artist right like i needed this. I know right and then one day look back and you realize longer saying i'm gonna do this. I'm going to do that one day. Look back. he's done this. I've done that and you're no longer going to be this or you're going to be that you're you are that and then you have to choose. How much of you is defined by what you are and then and then you get through all these weird fucking other created struggles. And then if you're lucky come out on the other side with some light love and your life and and everything on it just evolves. I love that answer. That was the best answer. I think i ever could have imagined those great. You're humble guy. What a humble guy. Just a mashal me to a humble astle named the episode that humble assholes. I'm digging your is that is that is that dante. Thomas jellies inferno on wall behind you. Dr gento is actually the jets. Sorry i was thinking of a buddy of mine. He's really cool near wall. I've got just one important. One up got bowie. What do you mean. You can't go wrong with you really can't especially not as a jareth. Yes so my son. My son just made a bunch of money around the art went out and like through. So i go buy some vinyl. Any bought like xeloda belly. Let's so cools done it right. Just super proud moment. That's so weird that you say that. Yeah this is nothing to do with the conversation whatsoever. But just because i'm craving a cigarette right now. What do you smoke camel camel. Yeah like if. I'm working. If i'm if i'm actively working i smoked. Barrick spirits i smoked. Yeah that's what i used to smith him. I'm writing camels. And if i'm writing a lot a lot i'll smoke like lucky strikes. I worked to the waitress. That only lucky stripes. And i was like well. That's a lot notes. No filter lucky strikes. Just try to channel the forties. You know. Virginia slims out there for the people that don't smoke. This is such a useless conversation. But i feel like for people that know like i feel like the type of cigarette that someone smokes really is like a defining characteristic of them. You know oh interesting. Okay what what are you smoke So i've gone inside. I used to be on camel. Ninety nine is pretty much like the majority of my life and then for a while. I was on parliament's and now i'm on the menthol so i'm on mobile smooth interesting. What does it mean if someone has literally never smoked a cigarette. Have you never tried one in your entire life. It means you're gonna live longer than all of cool. I'll take it means. I took the fall for being bad kid in the family. Where you guys. Don't go light on her. Means you're a nerd elena i'll take it. I'll take his. You're not you're not cool. Cool fine pressure elena. together. I'll leave the hell. Do you think you can write. You never had never like stood on the side of the wall with like your legs crossed like dragging on your cigarette with your finger. Like come on dude. I know i feel like i'm missing. A life experience. No she like quadruples. The coffee that i've ever seen anyone in my entire life. Yeah when i write. I drink like copious amounts of caffeine. I make up for it that way. I think i'm gonna coffee mccarthy fiend and in fact i actually have a copy roast coming out so cool. Yeah so that's coming out through bedside coffee so that'll be out soon. I think that i'm just waiting. It's like a it's going to be like a tanzanian. Seabury roast like single origin. Thing and I'm super into it right now. Did you have to try a bunch of beans. I where you just like crazy for a little bit. We're going through that whole process now. So you're going to be real shaky. I'm jealous so that process. Actually like i drink. More coffee than humans probably. Should i actually get shaky if i don't have coffee. Yup whenever that gets finalized and you get a name and whatnot. Send it to us. We'll let everyone know. Come into that. It'd be ozzy romero's golfie awesome cool to be on your show guys. It's awesome show. I'll you might super cool to have you on. It really is well george. Thank you so much for coming. This was a really great conversation. And we thank you for taking time out of your day to talk to us so to close the sow. If there's any projects or anything that you're doing that you really want people to know about you won't be it will be aware of or if you have any words or plugs. The floor is yours. You know. I think the biggest thing is just kinda like look you know. Here's what i learned in this in this weird trip and has been that The thing that the gets in the way of. I think people success is that they keep shifting their focus right they keep shifting their focus to what they think that they can make a success out. I think what i've learned. Is that while you're goalpost may move distances. It can never move trajectory right so.

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"dr gento" Discussed on The Next Picture Show

The Next Picture Show

04:49 min | 4 months ago

"dr gento" Discussed on The Next Picture Show

"Don't know i don't necessarily think it was great but i think it was a movie that for me. Benefited by knowing what it was and just sticking to the assignment and so i thought that the fight scenes were pretty solid. I love the opening fight scene. I don't think you need a ton of character work and they really didn't give you a ton of character work but it just felt to me like the action set pieces flowed really well together and i know that everybody was very upset that mortal combat does not exist in mortal combat. But there's part of me maybe that just got worn down by the ip of it. Like i understand. This is probably gonna be a franchise. And i thought this was a fine way to update the idea while still playing a mosh to what it should be so i really you know. I really enjoyed it. I thought it was fun. And i think it's i think the flip side of that that think the woman in the window is trying to be more than the assignment and that for me is where this movie sort of filled with these flourishes that i didn't think worked for a narrative that for me was very very predictable so i just you know i felt like worldcom out was just a little bit humble and i appreciate for that expert level. Steering back to the topic. That's that was good call. Thank you for that. Because i have to go through other episode past episode. Where we're the week. But i will say. I think that it doesn't joe. Wright is a stylist. But i don't necessarily think he's compelled in the same way to that. Other hitchcock loving directors are. He's not brian depalma's not you know. He's not dr gento. He doesn't have that impulse to view the world. In that way you know he has just the impulse to fancy things up with the camera and make things stylish kind of cool looking. I don't think he comes about it as with any like strong you know. Artistic point of view. I think this is a fundamentally generic film. Despite all of its trappings despite all of you know the quality of the performances or the the actors anyway who are giving those performances in. I wish that it had a take a stronger. Point of view than it does Point point of vacation became white russell's character who annoyed and be somewhere else. That was kind of were by that too. I feel like a lot of the material around the big mid film turning point reveal is making decisions is you know trying to sell. This movie is something way way more and far more imaginative and creative and wild than the rest of the.

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"dr gento" Discussed on The Moratorium

The Moratorium

03:16 min | 6 months ago

"dr gento" Discussed on The Moratorium

"You. Lewin happens if you click that link. You lose your identity i senate. You're out on the street. Nick nolte losing your religion. Yeah exactly well That was another italian horror movie very similar to the one that we did last week very similar. Which do you like better really. I think i like this one. Yeah it's good. It was fun you have. I mean i it even has less of a plot than the first one because at least the first one set up the mask and australia's and all that this didn't even didn't bother. But i appreciate that. You know. We're adults like you don't have to be spoonfeed us all of this crap. If you're watching this it's called dim oni to her demons to dimona what you're in for debone. Mo you're never going to click on it and think it's like Like an agatha christie novel. Orson right i. It's it's pretty apparent what you're in for and being directed by lamberto bava produced by dr gento e gotta love said dream team. This is why we're going to continue going back to the italians weight and you almost forgot written by dr donald such eddie dude. I came upon him again today in something else. He was prolific to say the least. He is probably the reason for all of this. Yeah he is and we need to talk about him. In-depth yup. I mean there are so many of these and the italian filmmakers are so inventive and so like you know fearless about doing some of this insane shit. I dare say we'll be back again. I mean we still have what we got. We got more full she. We haven't done zombie yet or zombie to. We wanna do the church but not next week. We're not gonna do this next week for the trilogy but he. I think it's going to be a separate entity for the church but we will make it there. Yeah yeah yeah we it needs to be talked about. Yeah so great. Our guys where. I think we did it. Finally all right yet. That was a good one. we We had a lot of fun talking about this and a lot of it. We didn't talk about your lotta odds and ends. I forgot to say that That turn real Turned really into die. Hard at the end. Yeah as scrolling down through amazon and there's two reviews have die hard in the subject in the title of them so it's thought that to the roof of the apartment building really should've blown up though the in our willis. Let's wrap this bitch up what you say all right. Everybody where they can find this.

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"dr gento" Discussed on The Moratorium

The Moratorium

04:30 min | 9 months ago

"dr gento" Discussed on The Moratorium

"Guy explodes unless ends up down in the basement. He finds mum right. Who is now this. what is she you know. She's the final boss kind of She's turned into this gigantic rat. Mum thing the baby likes it making the baby laugh. That lap is hysterical. Have to assume that. That's peter jackson's voice. Making that then finally line. Oh comes in to rescue the day with his trusty lawnmower yet. You sign working on it earlier and you're like you know what i hope that thing comes back and it does. I'm beautiful. Gory fashion as he just mowed through all the zombies nasty parts blood guts slime and it is not a you know it could be very cartoonish. I mean like just some editing and like music choices and this is a straight up horror movie you now. I mean. Think about that for a second. Think about all those like savini movies and You know dr gento movies. All the italian movies and i would still have to say this is probably could do now. That like maybe human centipede or like some of the saw movies or something. But i i don't even think they come anywhere near. I would like to see the joe. Bob briggs like a scorecard on this because i still think this has to be the grossest movie ever here in the imdb trivia for dead alive. This movie is said to be the bloodiest of all time measured in the mount of film. Blood used during the production. Yeah it says here. Three hundred leaders of fake blood were used in the final scene of the film and and again. It's not just blood. I mean if it was just blood right. it wouldn't be so bad. This is blood and like pureed meat. I mean there. There is a certain point where lionel's holding that lawnmower. And he has to. The actor himself has to wipe all of the stuff off of his face. Because he can't believe the or see it says the lawnmower scene movie blood was pumped at five gallons per second amazed. Is insane the uncle less monster. I swear i've never seen that before until this viewing but i love it that he's gone through and killed basically everybody. Yes all the zombies with them or Freakin void half of top. Avoid half of half. He's just missing his midsection but he's still using his severed legs to get around the swamp. Oh my god him sitting on the upside down lawnmower. There's how did anybody walk anywhere nasty. I like pick keita. Has made that little that friends you know kind of looks like a just a normal hipster chick now. The baby bursts he say. Oh my god i think mondo the company that does all those bad ass like posters and stuff. They have a poster for dead alive. That's just that is just her face split. Open the baby coming out. Really really cool. Then pa- keita. Sets the kitchen on fire. Grabs the medallion from. Boyd's bears still. Yes his guts that are mocking. Yes i love it that he actually grabs the severed arm..

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"dr gento" Discussed on The Moratorium

The Moratorium

05:35 min | 11 months ago

"dr gento" Discussed on The Moratorium

"That's out of the way on with the shenanigans. Well well well. You just stepped into the middle love. Roger cormon double feature we continue with forbidden world a big time alien ripoff where the titular creature chest wants to turn the cast and the space jello. We would also like to give a shout out to our new head of music. Titanium pinos for our new opening. Riff buckle up space cadets. This ride gets a little rough. If you know what i mean now for our dude i just watched the trailer for our bentos. Gyro documentary two thousand nine. No it's a movie with. Adrian brodie I didn't know anything about this says In italy a woman fears her sister may have been kidnapped and specter. Enzo al vol- fee fears. It's worse they team up to rescue her from sadistic killer known only as yellow sounds. Great want to watch it amazing. That trailer looks pretty freaking. Cool as two thousand. Nine dr gento. I'm thinking thinking. There's a reason that i've never heard of it. It looks like a nice little slasher. Does adrian brodie Tiny little pencil thin mustache. Nope he's got a goatee. Now were some type of facial hair. Yeah i've always liked adrian brodie and i thought you know he was like this. I didn't he win an academy award for something. I don't know for summer of sanity was that it was he in summer of sam. Well yeah he was the brother that came back and he was like the pianist or like a area. Thank yeah interesting. He weather vanes in high wind because of his nose enough. You knew that. Or also. I don't know if that's a factor. Not i'm sure he wants something for splice when he Fucked an alien thing. yeah. I'm betty got something did have sex with thing. He was good in predators. That was fun too. I really liked that movie did you. I love the opening is just our sudden. They wake up and they're skydiving. Would be they have a change of pants and their packs mid air crapping. But you ever crap your pants not today. we're still holding out. We've got a crap tastic film to watch today. Ooh good segue you like that. It is crappy. It's crappy but i liked it better than a galaxy of terror right. I agree i. This was more fun to watch. Oh i laughed. Yeah definitely and galaxy of terror was really kind of a mean as goofy as it was kind of a downer yet we needed more of what forbidden world actually had. Yes and yeah. That's the movie forbidden world. Which was this as a forbidden world. I don't know who forbid who forbade this world who forbade this world and it did they only find that out in hindsight or an honestly okay so the world quote unquote is the ship. They're always on the ship right. They venture out like one time and they said something about the atmosphere has certain levels of like i don't say nitrogen that actually get you high. And you forget that you're not being able to breathe properly and that you're euphoric and while they must've pumped some of that into the ship because there is some weird stuff happening on this ship in the name assigned. Let's get this party. Started to say that you know. Thanks nate for creating this really cool intro looking forward to see what else you can come up with us. Send us all your shit. We will possibly play it on the air. Even if you just record fart noises with your mouth we might end up using that. I think that would be a good intro. Can we up that fart. Sound board kind of thing.

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"dr gento" Discussed on Whores Talk Horror

Whores Talk Horror

07:49 min | 1 year ago

"dr gento" Discussed on Whores Talk Horror

"Can You repeat the question? What did six of Constanza does known victims have in common. I'm. I'm going to say they were all Brunette. Incorrect, they were drug smugglers Burnett drugs. But they both could. Okay! Do, we know. What do we have any way of knowing like what that was like? That Keller was yeah. It's called Google. Look it up. I think he was in Mexico Okay Sharon. Are you ready for your serial killer question Sir, what was the name of Ed Campers Mother? Oh, Shit. God Damn it I. Know This. I was just reading about him. Not Too long. I'm going to say I ended in like an e like clarinets or something like that. You are incorrect, but close, Mindy. Do you know the answer I? Don't but I'm GONNA Guess Claudette. No that is also incorrect. The answer is Clark. Very close you had the first half correct. Okay. I literally just saw a commercial for like a true story on the ID channel with him, but all he said was so I decided to kill one mother, but he didn't say. So I did I have no idea, but I just saw that before we started this. Mindy, you're going to get a horror movie question, okay? Scream was originally going to be called. What Oh fuck! Brock cancer. Do you like scary movies. Is that your answer. You want to go fishing bitch Yeah I I honestly don't know what it was originally called, but I'll say. I'll go with you like scary movies. Those are both very good options that you. Came with, but they're incorrect. Share and do you have a thought? Seem so obvious after the answer. I just going to say final girl. No the answer is scary movie. Which of course they ended up using for the spoof. Scream. Sharon. You're up. What Italian horror director created the musical score for dawn of the dead. I'm going to say Dario our agenda, but I don't think that's right. It is right. Oh ooh, how many Italian horror directors do you know of? There's a lot. There Is a real lot I. Didn't think. Dr Gento was. A composer as well as the director. So there you go I learned something new. Yes. You did Mindy Europe with a serial killer? Question Okay? On Tuesday, May Fifteenth Nineteen Ninety? The body of thirty eight year old Kathleen Brisebois was discovered in the Trent and Pines area near the Spokane River upon searching the area detectives discovered a crucial piece of evidence. What was it and this is for the spokane killer I don't know I'm so bad at this. I'm going to go with literature liters. I can't say that word I'm guessing and saying that word even. Libya ligature. Is that I it? Ligature, yours. Did you add an end in there? I totally know I think I added a D. or something. Anyway, my point is that's my answer. And my point is that you are incorrect. Share and do you have a thought I'm GONNA. Have you reread the question so that I can stall to think of an answer? Fair enough I like the way your brain works on Tuesday may Fifteenth Nineteen Ninety. The body of thirty eight year old, Kathleen, Brisebois was discovered in the Trent and Pines area near the Spokane River upon searching the area. Detectives discovered a crucial piece of evidence. What was it? I'm going to say a cigarette butts. ooh, you are incorrect. It was. Tire tracks. The answer though I I was just trying to put on my FORENSIC FILES CAP RIGHT! And think about some of the things that they use on the show to catch the killer. Good thought, but it didn't help all right Sharon. What is the date of the first attack by son of SAM? The exact date. Shit Day Montier. ooh Well I. Think I was definitely in the summer. Are we GONNA say. July fourth. Nineteen seventy six. Mindy, you get a chance to steal very close Sharon very close. It was that sarcasm, actually clone Oh. You were actually pretty close. I'll say July seventh, one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy six. Mindy is a little bit closer. It was July twenty nine ninety six man. The fact that you got the month and the year is pretty impressive. Do I get a half a point for that? You both get a half a point. She just basically you off of what I said because you said at school. Whatever you're fighting with me, takes away your. Someone sleeping on the couch today. You because you fall asleep on the couch almost every night, I the New England a lot lately myself. All Right Mindy it's horror movie time. which film that starred Danny, Aiello and Garrett? was about victims who became addicted to a deadly ice cream type substance. Oh my God. I don't know someone to go with the candy corn. The cotton candy from killer clowns from outer space. It's now. We're looking for the name of the movie I don't know. And time is already up completely. botch this one. Sharon, do you want to steal? Over is I'm just going to say I think Minis Gotten dumber in the past. Shut up all right. Over there. I'm just GONNA. Go with the BLOB. I duNNo. A little bit closer in your answer. Then Mendis it was the. The stuff I've never heard of that movie the stuff. I think I've heard of it, but I've never seen you heard of the stuff. I've heard the stuff, but not in relation to movies. If you know what I'm saying. Alright Sharon. This is your horror movie question, which one of these horror flicks had to villains named billy, loomis and Stuart Macher, or Macho or major or Matcher I? Don't know how to say his name. The movies are forced of death. The Kiss Fright, night and scream. Scream. That was quick and you are correct. That was easy. You know some are easy summer hard. Mindy at serial killer time. Wise share Sharon's better at these. Okay, I got it. Let's go. Hey. You never know. This is about Jeffrey Dahmer. How did he kill the majority of his victims?.

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"dr gento" Discussed on A Scary Home Companion

A Scary Home Companion

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"dr gento" Discussed on A Scary Home Companion

"Dreams are a scientific enigma and have alluded a definitive explanation. For centuries are these nighttime fantasies just random synapses firing triggering a jumble of memories and images from which the subconscious assembles a narrative. Well that's one theory. Another theory is that of the collective unconscious a shared dream scape in this controversial theory. Dreams do not exist entirely within our minds they exist in the connection our minds shares with all other sleeping minds now before you dismiss. This is merely crackpot fringe science. Listen to the story of researcher. Dr Pascal are Gento. How influential is Dr Gento? Well here are of modern gene theory and that is merely a statement of fact. Even those colleagues minute don't agree with some of his ideas agree that he was a preeminent. Think an unparalleled researcher. You've heard the expression sending on the shoulders of Giants Field. We're all standing squarely on his shoulders and his alone. Pescara Gento was a madman but he was also a genius. People can get hung up on what he was rolling down but the most important thing was that he got us all asking. The right questions orphaned at a young age are Gento spent the majority of the nineteen eighty s burning through his considerable inheritance and compiling the world's largest most complete collection of dream analysis and sleep study data. He began to cross reference dream imagery. He believed certain imagery and iconography occurred across cultures. According to his hypothesis these were rooted in common fears and anxieties shared by all humans regardless of language what he found was much more sinister than he expected. He found people in places that appeared over and over again. He saw that they could not merely be archetypes of human fears. But they were entities parasites that lived in the collective dream scape and were the root cause of night terrors and bad dreams. He called them then. Nightmare people my name is Maryanne Simpson with a special investigation for a scary home. Companion.

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"dr gento" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

09:36 min | 1 year ago

"dr gento" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"I mean Yeah. There's he he. He loves comic Anthology. That's for sure and I'll give him this like I he his. I've only seen artwork for the comics that he wrote They're they're interesting like I'm actually staring so just have this page. Open the cover for Albano Spider of degen number one and it looks like You know in Ninja scrolls where the The big dude is like just straight up raping the character's names but in the early in the character that gets raped and there's the guys just like huge and it's like these massive hands just like covering her entire body and it looks like that but a spider demon on the number and it's it's interesting in sort of that like you know like rob felt art is kind of you know. It's yeah it's wrong but it's interesting you know. It has some artistic quality because of how wrong. It is kind of what I get from from from this artwork so I think that I think there's a style there that's ready to come out and I think that he the comic seem dumbest. Shit but I don't mind that as long as you're making something interesting and Veronica is interesting. I only have a few others like rapid-fire puzzle pieces for you perfect Let's see I have superior which kind of goes hand in hand with blood and black lace Dr Gento. I'm sure is another one of those. So makers who. He loves Simmons. Leeann actually come to think of it. There's a lot of argenta movies. That are very exploitation of the female body. That's like I feel like a mother tears mother of tears might have been a this has like a mother of tears vibe where it almost looks like a porno and is not you know stock? Quite what it is meant to be If only because the director was a little too late to get in on it. So I'd had mother of tears and Spuria Pieces everyone's ever used pieces on your show before I don't believe so now I I don't know that film okay. Pieces is Nine hundred eighty two. It's the writer of slugs. Which is it slugs fuck. I'm so I'm the worst when it comes to remembering anything. Yes lungs WANNA car Simon Simone Spanish film Sudden Boston. Oddly enough. And it's about this killer who's running around college. Campus killing people and chain sign a lot of them to death and it's aggressively gory like a outrageously gory more than it needs to be. And it's beautiful to watch but it's really fucking stupid and it kind of ends on. What the fuck that I feel like Glenn. Danza had to really appreciated. It's also again AIDS. He seems to pass like ninety. Two just like does not give a fuck about any movies for whatever reason He's a gatekeeper. Dammit so I would say that pieces probably an influence if only because it's so outlandish tits blood which are his two favorite things. I guess the the detectives that's like there's kind of like a detective thing going on in there right There is a direct parallel to pieces with a detective. There are characters much like those in pieces. Actually work really well. Y- yeah and I was Gonna say those are some of the most straightforward funny moments of this movie if people are going into Barandica for laughs because they heard the whole you know the room comparison or whatever you know. Some of it is as ridiculous. Funny as you've heard some of it is just kind of like this is awful but those all. The detective scenes are just hilarious. So many ridiculous funny lines in there. Yeah I got a good kick out of those. Those are a good reprieve from all the fucking stripping. Yeah and then the only other piece I have on my little list is howling to that kind of ties into the third segment. I Imagine Linda. Have you seen howling too? I feel like it's probably one of those movies. I rented back in high school. But I haven't seen since then if any it has probably the best subtitle of all time howling to stir where Wolf Bitch one of my favorite of all time but it. It has this greats Theme song by some band called babble that I could never find and it's at the end so it's got Fuck Shit. What's her name? bub-bubba civil damning simple adding well known for having a good pair of tits owner has. Linden's probably has said at some point so simple ending in this. She plays the she plays. Stirbois the titular tit jeweler where we'll bitch and she At one point just strips entire top off and just Bagel Seta titties. Just plummets out. She is. She's a champion fun but she has kind of that vibe of our Bath are- esque character in in the third segment including like her even her robe thing and crowder very similar to what civil dancing would wear inhaling two and a wants the credits roll you get this montage of a bunch of scenes from the movie set to this howling theme song and a big part of it is they. Just keep taking that like maybe at best to second clip of her shirt being pulled off and they keep showing. It is throughout the song. And I think because the director Philippe Mora I guess just like army the producers whereas like we got her. We got her to do it once. You got to use it as many times as possible. We we gotta get is worth at sedans titties and so it just keeps stripping off and often while the songs playing and I when I was watching this movie. I was like man I make Danza. Watch the credits to howling to a lot. So I I I'm pretty sure. There's a heavy influence there ridiculous. It's great man all right. I'M GONNA go ahead and list down the finished puzzle and then we'll get into any closing thoughts finished puzzle for Erotica includes eyes without a face. Of course wish master Sin City Mortal Combat Heavy Metal. French cinema in general blood and black lace orgasm. Oh spirits of the dead. The countess daughters of darkness thousand corpses creepshow tales from the crypt suspiciously. A mother of tears pieces and howling too so we got a nice list of much better movies yet. That's the way to put it any any closing thoughts on this one. You Know I. I've Shit on Dan's Soma Lot During this podcast I and it's so weird I I love so bad. They're good quote unquote movies. And most of the time I come out of them with like an appreciation for the director and some sort of respect and I. I don't really take them as you know. Oh the suck it's more these are entertaining for a different reason. And this might. This is one of those where it's legitimate lead. Just kind of a bad movie But what I appreciate and the reason I would suggest people actually go ahead and purchase it. a Glenn Danza. Desi legitimately nice person and I am very curious to see what else he creates my support port makers like that but also it gives the viewer a lot of time to kind of taken the Shitty like fund shitting moments And it's honestly like a really good party movie. Yeah because the biggest problem with movies like say the room I guess is that there's so many things happening. That are me more. The I guess that you tend to miss a few of them. Because everybody's talking over it and making their quips and the beauty of a Veronica is that you have like a good five minutes between each moments that you WanNa talk about anyone shit and there's something kind of Nice about that you know. It's it's the slow-burn of party movies. I don't really recommend watching it by yourself. It definitely got exponentially better. When I was I was kind of live tweeting at and my wife was in the room so we were kind of talking about it. Sure and that helps. I think if you had a group of like six people maybe it would be a fucking blast in the half so I recommend virata.

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"dr gento" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

13:04 min | 1 year ago

"dr gento" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"One of the best horror shorts I've ever seen. It is extremely vibrant. It like when I first started because he had said spirits of the dead. He should've said Toby dammit. Because I would've saved so much my own fucking time because the first two segments I was like how did this influence like I can kinda see the first segment influencing the third segment of his film kind of but I just couldn't see it and then finally toby dammit comes on and it's totally different. Movie starts off in this like beautifully. I don't know if it's a set or a real airport but it starts in the airport and there's like all this weird Lydersen like weird technology going on there's all these cardboard cutouts of people in the background that are really eerie. And you have terence stamp just looking like a fucking Zombie walking through drugged out of his mind. there's this sunlight pouring through through the windows like unnatural amounts of just bright orange sunlight. And you just in for a fucking ride the hallway thrill and it's gorgeous look at. It's the exact opposite of this movie and But I can see again the vibrant colors I can see the kind of There's not a lot a story to toby. Dammit it's really just you're following terence stamp through like an award show and like talking to these producers and Driving around in a brand new car and then it has its twist ending and that's it and it's you know it's like forty minutes long not a whole lot happens but it is visually very arresting which. I feel like I feel like Dan's it. Kind of banking on this being so visually arresting and having so much what the fuck ary that right you you were in trance like you might be but the thing is very good. Fellini. I don't know if you know this kind of a master of cinema a little bit of a mess and even though again not a whole lot happens every minute you're just like strung along like this is fucking great whereas with Miranda it honestly just kind of feels like you have like one good three minutes set pieces worth talking about at least and then it goes for like five to ten minutes with nothing happening and that's not good when you have three stories that are all just thirty minutes long and then kind of a party to to spirits of the dead being an influence. It's three stories as I said. I have this sneaking suspicion so in Veronica. The stories have almost no real substance to speak of. They are merry like short stories. That are in turn expanded to thirty minutes. And I think that Glenn. Dan's egg love spirits of the dead specifically toby dammit. I'm pretty sure I'm pretty sure you didn't give a fuck about the other two. But he isn't influence and I think that he thought in this kind of goes back to the city puzzle piece that he needed to be as exact in his influences as possible and so he said well my my anthology my super artistic pseudo European or anthology needs to also be three segments long. No more no less because this really does feel like something that should be like maybe six segments long but same runtime And it's not just you know Elongated for no good reason So spirits of the dead highly recommend toby. Dammit it's on criterion nicotine channel. Right now you can just watch it by itself or with spirits of the dead phenomenal movie. Sweet Yeah I think I think a lot of that kind of points to something that we've been kinda talking about this whole time that it seems like his idea is Get an idea and get a specific aesthetic and maybe everything else will work out. If we start should be fine I mean. How could it be leaner doing? I can do it exactly. My Name's Lindane Talk. No I love the idea of this actually working out. And then we get a list of the great directors Fellini Glenn Dancing Mad. All right I I only have a couple more but I'll go first up. We kind of touched on it earlier briefly but the Elizabeth Battery story just figured I'd use the Countess as an example of Of Film that inspired that whole segment of the the girl killing young girls to stay young with their blood and all that kind of stuff. There's obviously a lot of movies inspired by that story. A lot of different movies that we could use. I don't know. Did you have any other ones? I put daughters of darkness. But it's kind of just a catch all for any John Rowland film You know he he had that whole you know I think rape of the Vampires one of them. I'm not a MiG Genre Fan I don't dislike his movies but they're not like super appealing to me But they're all just like lesbian. Vampires what you're GONNA do will this? What have pornography in it. I don't watch to find out. And it seemed like he had a hefty. I'm pretty sure again. You you bring up John Rollin in an interview and Glenn. Dan's they will just go on for for minutes at a time She was driving all the ways. His film is just like General and fill. Which you know what. Totally both have pacing issues. Yeah that's good shared treat to a site there. Oh Man all right. What do you got for your next piece? Let's see I have a couple. Actually I have Let's go with this is again kind of a catchall but house of one thousand corpses. I think that Glenn Dan's Ag- I know that he was a he was at the premiere for three from Hell. I know you must be Some sort of Rob Zombie Fan and rob. Zombie is similar Not Similar but similar to Glendon Zagan that he is a rocker. Who made the transition? Filmmaking I think Rob Zombie did a better job of it but I'm sure. He wears his influences on his sleeve and his movies are kind of a hodgepodge everything that he The kind of inspired him as well as his kind of rock rest. That of course has been kind of a rockabilly. Feel so he has all those redneck characters and everything and I feel like you looking at old misfits music video and you see like Frankenstein and other classic movies being spliced in videos and I think that the the Shitty Rob Zombie in that way yeah exactly or or the other way around Rob Zombie. Is Dan Zig listening to some studio notes? Maybe yeah I think that you know. I think that Rob Zombie is one of those guys who legitimately understands. What makes these movies work? Sometimes he doesn't apply them as well to his own but he definitely you know loves cinema. There's good chunk of time when he wanted to do a Marx brothers movie and that fell apart at some point And he you know he. I think he is someone who has the chops already to make a movie. He kind of like. There's something about certain people where they just automatically are reasonably good at making movies. I think part of that is definitely the listening to criticism and being able to work with other people. Dancing seems like the kind of Guy who while again very nice isn't great at working with others and I think you need that That's really my only also. I guess you know Rob Zombie likes to fuck with people and Glendon. Zig thinks that he's fucking with people that's a that's interesting. Yeah that makes sense so I'll go with my last piece which I was just going to combine. I mean this is pretty basic here but just the whole anthology horror thing I just thought of creepshow tells from the Crims as other examples of that but I mean you know just just Using that whole kind of setup with with you know little horror stories then of course the. The girl is kind of like a female per kind of character that that leads us through these stories. Who's just totally hamming? It up and all that so yeah I mean just those two. Obviously there's been a bunch of other horror anthologies throughout this conversation and there's been plenty of them over the years especially in in kind of lower budget horror things. There's I know it's a pretty you know well used you know concept to do horror anthologies so I just picked though is to as examples I mean Yeah. There's he he. He loves comic Anthology. That's for sure and I'll give him this like I he his. I've only seen the artwork for the comics that he wrote They're they're interesting like I'm actually staring so just have this page. Open the cover for Albino Spider of degen number one and it looks like You know in Ninja scrolls where the The big dude is like just straight up. Raping the Avenue Bring the character's names but in the early in the character that gets raped and there's the guys just like huge and it's like these massive hands just like covering her entire body and it looks like that but a spider demon on the number and it's it's interesting in sort of that like you know like rob felt art is kind of you know. It's yeah it's wrong but it's interesting you know. It has some artistic quality because of how wrong. It is kind of what I get from from from this artwork so I think that I think there's a style there that's ready to come out and I think that he the comic seem dumbest. Shit but I don't mind that as long as you're making something interesting and Veronica is interesting. I only have a few others like rapid-fire puzzle pieces for you perfect Let's see I have superior which kind of goes hand in hand with blood and black lace Dr Gento. I'm sure is another one of those. So makers who. He loves Simmons. Leeann actually come to think of it. There's a lot of argenta movies. That are very exploitation of the female body. That like I feel like A mother tears mother of tears might have been a this has like a mother of tears vibe where it almost looks like a porno and is not you know stock. Quite what it is meant to be If only because the director was a little too late to get in on it. So I'd had mother of tears SPURIA pieces. Everyone's ever used pieces on your show before I don't believe so now I I don't know that film okay. Pieces is Nine hundred eighty two. It's the writer of slugs. La Is it slugs fuck. I'm so I'm the worst when it comes to remembering anything. Yes logs WANNA car Simon Simone Spanish film Sudden Boston. Oddly enough and It's about this killer who's running around college. Campus killing people and is like chain sign a lot of them to death and it's aggressively gory like a outrageously gory more than it needs to be. And it's beautiful to watch but it's really fucking stupid and it kind of ends on. What the fuck that I feel like Glenn. Danza had to really appreciated. It's also again AIDS. He seems to pass like ninety. Two just like does not give a flak about any movies for whatever reason He's a gatekeeper..

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"dr gento" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

09:47 min | 1 year ago

"dr gento" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"Really do. Love that movie really do. Do you not love to do you? Not like the remote. I love the the remake. I thought it was great. I've only seen at one time but I thought it was surprisingly fantastic It's one of the few remakes that I think nominal at a great time with that really knocked it out but evil did and within the woods. Let's let's keep them both on the list. I guess definitely do that. What do you got next vision of the body snatchers? Okay the idea of alien possession and taking over the human form the most Replication of it. Sure You know definitely done with that Rob Highlands Puppet Masters most the book that really the movie so much And even a John Carpenter's the thing the idea of Assimilating into the human you know ailing too simulating into us. Yeah yeah absolutely which is a strong a story element to those films up to as well as Colorado space. What did you think of the How they handled some of the more Abstract things of the movie like the color itself and some of those effects and things like that I mean I know the movie was limited budget but they stretched it out extremely well. I mean other than some some. Cgi You know what I happen to like the arthouse horror film. Yeah I I really enjoy it. I I like the fact that it could just be stunning and intellectual and try to elevate itself Olympic more than being just a B. movie or just in Friday night Let's me and the girl go see Friday the thirteenth. Then she jumps into my arms every time. Jason POPs up Yeah I just happen to like that. I liked the fact that directors and cinematographers are really interested in the material. And it's more than just kind of collecting a paycheck and adding another credit on IMDB. I completely agree with that so I just realized I actually out of puzzle pieces. The only thing I had left written down was they had mentioned during the QNA Dr Gento as an actual influence. I don't know if you had any of that on your list. I mean a superior the original. Yeah Oh yeah of course. Of course so yeah. That's perfectly lines up with that. Did you have any other pieces? No I do not have any other pieces I think i. I work for the swamp for the fence. Yeah absolutely and what? I've done stuttering. You know it's funny I And then I'll read the finished puzzle and getting into some closing thoughts but I actually have. Event Horizon Written Down But. I don't remember why I wrote it down when I got an ear so I don't know about that would I actually had one also ahead signs okay. Let's your wife put signs on their other than it was just another alien invasion. Yeah but I. I think there was a reason but I don't remember what the no I. I'm sure if you're listening at home and want to explain. Signs were event horizon as a puzzle piece to us. Just right in or tweet at US Yes let eight over Jersey girl. It's not that Ted. What are these days? I'M GOING TO RE WATCH JERSEY girl. I haven't seen it since it first came out. I I gotTa Watch it. See if I can get on you guys level. It's a cute movie. It's it's not geely. That movie's a disaster right. That's a real disaster cats but but that's another story broadcast college just like Father Daughter Movie. No it's cute little relationship Carlin's in it Carlin Carlin's great in the movie you need. You need every little bit of Carlin and movies that you can get in this world so I'm GonNa go ahead and do the finished puzzle and then we'll get into any of our closing thoughts Finish PUZZLE INCLUDES MANDY. The thing suspicious of both versions shining ordinary people annihilation the BLOB. Ten chlorophyll lane cabin fever. Evil dead within the woods and invasion of the body snatchers so Adam do you have any other thoughts about this movie? We wrap it up. Don't have any other thoughts about this movie. Then if you have the opportunity comes out on shudder. Dvd definitely give it a shot. It's definitely worth your two hours. Trust me could do a lot worse as David said earlier. It's January February so pretty much just dumping crap in theaters right now. So settle for something. That's a little bit different than your normal Bad boys for life. Which by the way was pretty good but You know where it is. I actually WANNA see it. Yeah but also sees a buddy comedy action movie. They're GONNA make a lethal weapon five. Also anytime you really need to. Yeah how many cosmic horror family dramas are Yunessi. That is a little bit rarer and you should definitely support movies like this one one other closing thought that I had. There's this thing I've talked about this. I might have talked about it on the Mandy episode. I'm not sure but there's this thing where where people will will talk about a movie and be like this is Nicholas Cage at his Nicholas Cage easiest and you're GonNa love it if you love. Nicholas Cage Being Nicholas Cage e you know and a lot of the times when that happens the movie around it just isn't it could. It's just a bad movie with Nicholas. Cage yelling a little bit. You know so when when it happens and it's a good movie and it's it's really worth watching That's to me. That's a tree because I mean I really do. Love him when he when he gets to do something interesting and fun and so this Mandy You know hopefully that one that met one. That's coming out next year which I will definitely be looking forward to These these are movies. They really exciting when they come around every so often he does so many movies by by the sake of numbers. He's gotTa do one really good one every once in while I mean. It's definitely the law of averages. But yeah he. He does so many movies a year. He dilutes himself right absolutely. He's like all right. You would agree movie at Luby's to pay Lisa Marie Presley. I love the idea that he's describing this plans right now in my head is that Tim. Z of video of him trying to stop a vince. Neal from fighting somebody super cool cool Is the best. I love so much only other thought I was going to mention. Is that the the the one thing in this movie. That I thought didn't work. That well was Tommy John Tommy John but it was just. It was so on the nose and silly I just thought it was. It was kind of to to hokey that that whole that whole thing but otherwise I like all the other performances you know what I guess it was just trying to add to the B movie idea of. It's even always trying to is trying to elevate itself to be more art house. It was still a B. movie at a time and you gotta have your requisites donor and somebody who pretty much give all the characters the information of what's going on around it because they're not smart enough to figure it out selves sure. Yeah I guess I guess we could have pointed to some other classics donors with all the answers throughout history as puzzle pieces presume. Tommy Jane Silent Bob. Oh Yeah meth man and Redman. Absolutely there is one other thing I do WANNA say. Today's unfortunately a very somber day. Because the Great Kirk. Douglas passed away or yeah I was thinking about What my favorite Kirk. Douglas movie was very somewhat little seen Stanley Kubrick movie called Paths of Glory And if you've if you've never seen it do yourself a favor if you're GonNa Watch a movie for For Kirk Douglas. Check this one out. It also inspired an episode tales from the crypt which was done by Robert. Zemeckis called yellow. So Watch the glory and then watch yellow if he could find That tales from the crypt so great recommendation. Right there. That's awesome and yeah absolutely. It's a sad day for that but such an incredible career. That guy just amazing. I mean they took him to young. Yes one hundred and three list a couple more years. Oh yeah absolutely he. I mean there's new things happening every day This technology I tell you he probably. That's how we lived one hundred three. He smokes so much pot. Oh yeah and that that's going to be the new thing they're gonNA decriminalize it and they're gonNA feel they're going to realize that smoking pot actually makes you grow older. Yeah and live longer. That makes sense to me. I like I like this future. Tommy. John's future actually. Yes I mean he's going to. He's going to outlive us. All though I mean that is true. Well thanks so much for being here again. Adam we'll We'll get you back again sometime soon. Absolutely see.

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"dr gento" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

15:10 min | 1 year ago

"dr gento" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"Cage alone so I'll go to my next piece. This one is when I've seen kind of ties back to the thing. in that is annihilation With is another movie where there's this basically unexplainable like thing happening in which The environment is getting mutated and everything is just changing and it also a another way that really really parallels this is where we're certain elements are getting scarier. More horrific other elements are actually getting more beautiful on the way and like the the effects in violation where you know so just amazingly beautiful and then this forest setting is slowly gaining all these colors and in its other worldly but it's also really really beautiful to look at it and kind of I think you know on a functional level for whatever this this force is. That's that's you know creating this You know it probably. It's probably set up in a way to kind of you know. Throw off your senses and not not realize how awful everything is is about to become. I actually have not seen it. That's the the Natalie Portman Yelling Mufi. Okay Seen the trailers. It's it's another one of those a to do list. But you know movies like Jane. Silent Bob and three from Hell Child's play A and Jersey girl. The way of these things I do. I do Love Alex. Garland and I was just like so psyched for that movie. I I didn't love it amid did happen to be our first episode of piecing it together though. Yeah so NICE TO NICER TIRED. It all back around to that first episode D- definitely has some really cool ideas and and you know again. It just tying it back as a puzzle piece. I mean that whole thing of the environment becoming beautiful as it's becoming just disturbing fucked up you know there's definitely a lot of that. He for sure is for my next piece of intellectual. But if you've seen the nineteen eighty-eight Chuck Russell's remake of the BLOB. Okay clearly there's an influence of a meteorite hitting the Earth at people die. Something is on something is unleashed from that meteorite that crashed down to earth and people died as well as the color of the Blob is purplish pinkish similar. Look it's amazing. The range of movies that can be produced from the simple one sentence description of a meteoroid Kirsch stirs and people dies. You can get a lot of different kinds of movies out of that a pretty sure. I could pitch it. That plot to nick cage he would sign on immediate like he's got he's got child support he'd sign alimonies two separate movies with that same description. I mean pretty much. Just imagine what the pitch winning faceoff was so it was like all right. Nick you and Jon you cut off each other's faces you switch up movie. Bam Movie You got it somewhere in between John. Peters new divorce hat from Pam Anderson. He's kind of like I'm steal that idea put in a giant spider. Good idea by the way Speaking of the creatures for a second just a quick note The cat jump scare when they're driving in the car. Yes may have been the biggest jump scare. I think I've ever had. I paid my body kind of win after that for a solid twenty thirty seconds. Did you jumping girlfriends laugh? I pretty much. She wasn't even in the theater. She was at home and I jumped all the way home from the scary cats that I don't know that's that thing scared the shit out of me so I go with a kind of a basic piece right here just something that just kind of reminded me of another shot in another movie When when you saw the shots of the house and everything was kind of glowing and you see like the light reflected in the windows and all that stuff it reminded me of the end of ten cloverfield lane Where where you've got the big spaceship kind of shining light? Creating kind of almost a A back light effect on the house and it's just like a kind of simple like comparison shot wise. But it's something that I it reminded me of immediately. I could see that definitely definitely see that Trying to I saw ten cloverfield lane once and I know probably in the minority on this one is Kinda forgetful for me. I love that movie so much. Everyone loves his cloverfield movies. Now let's be clear. I love the I two overfilled movie. Spite Yeah Oh sorry I nobody likes to cloverfield paradox. Game You netflix. Yeah absolutely all right. What are you guys next For also something simpler plot point like the BLOB is cabin. Fever The idea that the polluted water possesses till's people sure and then spreads through the rest of the town and if you stick through the end of cabin fever Everybody drinks from the same well. Everyone it's insinuated that They're going to be infected and died and at the end of a Colorado space. It seems like it had spread to pass the farm into the rest of the town. Yeah absolutely I always forget about the end of cabin fever. All really remember is that. What was it? Pancakes or whatever's like the random kids screaming pancakes. Yeah that's all I remember. You know what's weird is. I remember seeing that moving so disappointed. I was like you know if they only took this concept seriously This would be a great movie and then they remade it. And they took the concept seriously and it was even worse. Yeah be careful what you wish for unless you're hoping for a renaissance of Nicholas cage going crazy in neon soaked movies that you actually get and it turns out pretty well. Listen IF AFTER THIS. Meta movie if he announces that he's doing the next Richard Stanley. Hp lovecraft Movie or For Mandy two legged nut. My heart will melt just need more. We need more cage in our lives. I mean for those of you who who didn't see the movie and stay for the Q. And a. If you only saw how he was dressed for this thing oh my God. It was beautiful. Really the both of them You're both incredibly interesting. People ASSUME VALLEY. Nick cage was dressed like he's ready for ghost rider but with Leopard print on it. Richard Stanley looked like a member of kiss. Or something I mean. Gene Simmons said gained fifty pounds to see. Yeah it was great Cuna though some some good stuff there was good so I'm going to go with another puzzle. Piece kind of pairs well with cabin fever. Actually I know people say I bring up evil dead too much on this show so while I do think evil dead absolutely also just go to their Ramey and Campbell's lovecraft inspired you know within the woods. The the short that they did before evil dead But certainly evil dead as well especially when you have trees attacking people. You really do. Love that movie really do. Do you not love to do you? Not like the remote. I love the the remake. I thought it was great. I've only seen at one time but I thought it was surprisingly fantastic It's one of the few remakes that I think phenomenal. Yeah at a great time with that really knocked it out but evil did and within the woods. Let's let's keep them both on the list. I guess definitely do that. What do you got next vision of the body snatchers? Okay the idea of alien possession and taking over the human form the most Replication of it. Sure You know definitely done with that Rob Highlands Puppet Masters. Most of the book. That really the movie so much Even a John Carpenter's the thing the idea of Assimilating into the human you know ailing too simulating into us. Yeah yeah absolutely which is a strong a story element to those films up to as well as Colorado space. What did you think of the How they handled some of the more Abstract things of the movie like the color itself and some of those effects and things like that I mean I know the movie was limited budget but they stretched it out extremely well. I mean other than some some. Cgi You know what I happen to like the arthouse horror film. Yeah I I really enjoy it. I I like the fact that it could just be stunning and intellectual and try to elevate itself Olympic more than being just a B. movie or just in Friday night Let's me and the girl go see Friday the thirteenth. Then she jumps into my arms every time. Jason POPs up Yeah I just happen to like that. I liked the fact that directors and cinematographers are really interested in the material. And it's more than just kind of collecting a paycheck and adding another credit on IMDB. I completely agree with that so I just realized I actually out of puzzle pieces. The only thing I had left written down was they had mentioned during the QNA Dr Gento as an actual influence. I don't know if you had any of that on your list. I mean a superior the original. Yeah Oh yeah of course. Of course so yeah. That's perfectly lines up with that. Did you have any other pieces? No I do not have any other pieces I think i. I went for the swamp for the fence. Yeah and what? I've done stuttering. You know it's funny I And then I'll read the finished puzzle and getting into some closing thoughts but I actually have event horizon written down but I don't remember why I wrote it down when I got an ear so I don't know about that would I actually had one also ahead signs. Okay let's your wife put signs on their other than it was just another alien invasion. Yeah but I. I think there was a reason but I don't remember what the no I. I'm sure if you're listening at home and want to explain. Signs were event horizon as a puzzle piece to us. Just right in or tweet at US Yes let eight over Jersey girl. It's not that Ted. What are these days? I'M GOING TO RE WATCH JERSEY girl. I haven't seen it since it first came out. I I gotTa Watch it. See if I can get on you guys level. It's a cute movie. It's it's not geely. That movie's a disaster right. That's a real disaster cats but but that's another story college just like Father Daughter Movie. No it's cute little relationship Carlin's in it Carlin Carlin's great in the movie you need. You need every little bit of Carlin and movies that you can get in this world so I'm GonNa go ahead and do the finished puzzle and then we'll get into any of our closing thoughts Finish PUZZLE INCLUDES MANDY. The thing suspicious of both versions shining ordinary people annihilation the BLOB. Ten chlorophyll lane cabin fever. Evil dead within the woods and invasion of the body snatchers so Adam do you have any other thoughts about this movie? We wrap it up. Don't have any other thoughts about this movie. Then if you have the opportunity comes out on shudder. Dvd definitely give it a shot. It's definitely worth your two hours. Trust me could do a lot worse as David said earlier. It's January February so pretty much just dumping crap in theaters right now. So settle for something. That's a little bit different than your normal Bad boys for life. Which by the way was pretty good but You know where it is. I actually WANNA see it. Yeah but also sees a buddy comedy action movie. They're GONNA make a lethal weapon five also many times. Do you really need to. Yeah how many cosmic horror family dramas are Yunessi. That is a little bit rarer and you should definitely support movies like this one other closing thought that I had. There's this thing I've talked about this. I might have talked about it on the Mandy episode. I'm not sure but there's this thing where where people will will talk about a movie and be like this is Nicholas Cage at his Nicholas Cage easiest and you're GonNa love it if you love. Nicholas Cage Being Nicholas Cage e you know and a lot of the times when that happens the movie around it just isn't it could. It's just a bad movie with Nicholas. Cage yelling a little bit. You know so when when it happens and it's a good movie and it's it's really worth watching that's to me. That's a tree because I mean I really do. Love him when he when he gets to do something interesting and fun and so this Mandy You know hopefully that one that met one. That's coming out next year which I will definitely be looking forward to These these are movies. They really exciting when they come around every so often he does so many movies by by the sake of numbers. He's gotTa do one really good one every once in while I mean. It's definitely the law of averages. But yeah he. He does so many movies a year. He dilutes himself right absolutely. He's like all right. You would agree movie at Luby's to pay Lisa Marie Presley. I love the idea that he's describing this plans right now in my head is that Tim. Z of video of him. Trying to stop a vince. Neal from fighting somebody so.

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"dr gento" Discussed on The Really Awful Movies Podcast

The Really Awful Movies Podcast

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"dr gento" Discussed on The Really Awful Movies Podcast

"Up of the news this evening is speculation. Concerning the real facts behind the Department of Health announcement about radioactive spill supposed to have a cut yesterday at the state nuclear plant will die only to live again in a younger body then you could tell me if the operation was a success German brain. You're listening to the really awful movies lease podcast a celebration of Genre Cinema. Hi My name is Chris along with Jeff. We talk talk about movies. That aren't really awful. At all horror action kung-fu musicals post apocalyptic women in prison films much much more from downtown headquarters so to eighty three seven blood stained orchids now. It's interesting because you know I'd be happy to get to bloodstained orchids couple bussing organs would be cool more than a Baker's dozen basel makers doesn't thirteen. I have no idea no way the biggest dozen his twelve plus one thirteen a few blessed orchids that would be three. That'd be great in this case. We've got several we got at least in the title alone we got seven bloodstained orchids and this is US returning to one of our favorite sub genres the Italian democracy pulley tie but they are oftentimes police procedural roles murder mysteries what have you the word derived from the old Italian dime store novels often how those lert yellow covers yellow in Italian is of course Yalo so we get the genre he also and this is yet another yellow directed by one of our mutual favorites the podcasts Berta Wednesay best known for later Gut munchers two of our absolute favorites eaten alive which is rather gross and they're much more fun and lighthearted and silly nightmare city <hes> one of my favorite one of my favorite podcasts to go back and listen to that when one of those days for some fun. It's it's a front product. It is as fitting a movie. This is fun this city yeah but this one seems to be him getting a sea legs in a different genre altogether. Anything cut cut there in this in this capacity even careful I mean he made a couple of very <hes>. I would say relatively Tame Fiallos when you when you convert his Larry output movies like the side Gate Gand legit a woman's skin etc and it's also funny me too 'cause when we talked about when I say women skin and I'm thinking about the title that movie and I don't recall seeing any sort of lizard brandishing the skin of a woman and oftentimes it was the very creatively titled The who the High Falutin Newton titles definitely belie the subject you're locked room and only I have the favorite but one common naming convention is they take a number and they attacked with either an animal person or some sort of like inanimate object and it really earliest very tangential to the film so you know we have movies like four flies on Grey velvet which was directed by Dr Gento of course he cut his teeth on yellow before he got into more lurid subject fair we have five dollars for an August moon by Mary Bulga and then one of my absolute favorite titles Red Queen Kill Seven Times but this is not the Red Queen Killing seven times there is seven once again seven bloodstained orchids so Chris. Tell us about seven plus saint orchids well. You've got brought a killer. You GotTa have a block left killer and they she all you do and you have a secluded figure in the bushes sparring women or as we like to call it here Jeff's date night did a know it has all I got this thing on yeah and of course the gleaming blade as par for the course and the mystery and the police procedural elements that come with this territory and overly okay not overly very uber stylized set pieces depicting aesthetically pleasing almost ritualistic female death whether I'm headed just stick in the sense Yep and so this is is our I believe our fourth or fifth foray into the sub genre and we tackled the Muslim more straightforward ones like torso and hatchet for the honeymoon as well as don't torture a duckling and this is well not altogether different from those and touches on some of the similar themes and I think y'all are known for having wonderful wonderful wonderful <hes> scores oftentimes for the likes of you know your goblins or your <hes> you know did not heal is or whatever Carter Cincinnati's actually I'm thinking just sounds like something order a restaurant Griego or something dodgy Gimme a couple of exactly but this one is R- is relying who say what you will about the film but he did the score for Cannibal Holocaust and once again. I mean say what you will about the film. It's palatable. It's unpalatable is our is trash with that scores awesome and he could you good score to this one. It's not it's not serviceable. It's not serviceable runs me a bit of gluten. Kilby's goes Dean Dean. When you do something like that it's very repetitive like sort of weird pseudo jazzy four not I'll just like the Wu Tang clan resort? Alani is known if I wanted to yeah and his his stamp is all over this one if but although awesome critics have said he's done better work and just rehash some of his work but still I mean anytime you reprise a theme it just becomes part of the whole experience and while I can't help it now it just it's reiterated and reuse four five six times and how wonderful effect. How can I forget more coney? Who did some of the most notable show scores is especially for Dr Gentle in the early days of his career and for a movie? That's about beauty again. This one has a protagonist. He's in the fashion business. Maybe don't torture a duckling with similar so you have all this beauty and also with all this disgusting honeymoon okay. He owned a bridal shop right. Oh yes okay that's it. That's the one so the protagonist here he's as a designer is a designer and just like a wonderful excuse that is showcase all these beautiful women beautiful fashion but it's nothing beautiful. It starts this movie. It's well you know that the world's oldest profession one of whom is gutted in in a cornfield in a wonderful set pete's where we have this. John drives up to a bunch of ladies in the evening who seemed to be on some sort of cul de sacs. We're having coffee break. They're doing it was a little eh sort of being a little conch little enclave and they're yeah. They're having a coffee break. If there was a water they're like the office but maybe it's just the euro thing like we associate ladies of the evening with standing on a street corner and a busy like filthy urban urban locale some ghetto here it was like some park with its own designated street thoroughfare that the almost lined up like a McDonald's drive-thru for the ladies and terrible analogy and yet one and one of the ladies who was having a hard time soliciting client gets into the car with this John that go to this cornfield and she's executed in this sets off the entire proceedings as body start to turn up each one of whom his connected with an ambulance yes. I'm sort of half moon SORTA I would you say like room. lite carvings initially thought it was signs of the Zodiac but then it seemed sort of not not enough turned his spot them and it's like Oh there seemed the only six or seven Oh maybe actually seven ruin stolen signs and the police have to determine what is the commonality between of course they're skeptical. I mean there's no connection is to brandon murderers but then when they study chiloe full moon or half moon crescent moon no that wasn't even brought up one point one. I mean you know the police in these movies are just hilarious snapped at one point when they talk about this amulet and one of the police disip going. Oh I'm the guy that lays fashion the auction house so everybody's club cold dead hands but at the time there obviously alive but then as they get killed they just they haven't behold this bloody amulet like come on man to a coincidence threes Trent believe that's an whole journalism saying yeah when you have victim after victim after victim appearing or at least being associated with this totem then it stands to reason this part of the killers M._o.. And sure enough. That's what leads us down the path because one of the victims who turns out survives right so one of the would be victims so to speak because she does survive the ordeal yeah. She's on a train with against the protagonists this fashion designer. You mentioned there to be married so it's Mareo and his fiancee. I believe Julia Julia's her name he steps out. I don't know to do what maybe used the facility. What what you do have a cigarette Lee in Europe in the seventies? Come on come on should be smoking in your own bunker easily so in the two seconds it takes for him to go out for a puff the block love killer emergence and bus into the cabin and starts to slash her and she survives and her recollections for survivor she is. She's a survivor her terrible awful although I I heard that song when I was in Bologna Italy right there is this thing is a huge hit and is not to go on a tangent but what's amazing the European radio format averse they are so you will hear megadeath back to back with Ariana Grande Day and Nary a mention of why that may be which is great because everything here is segments of your new country you listen to new country exclusively for those of you still listen to the radio every week. Deride the radio do why this is the new radio when you walk into today to our downtown headquarters what was I doing. I don't know I was listening to the radio. I don't even want to speculate as to what you're doing before you open the door but that's another story so she survives Julia survives and then as is often the case in these movies and this is actually going to save someone that we learn but oftentimes in this yellow films the civilians the victims would be victims. Victims wants to survive the suspects always end up becoming defacto detectives and in many cases. Some of them have very tenuous connections to the murders but yet they're the ones that are doing the investigating. It's never really the police sites Neverthe- detectives yeah. Yeah they're mostly for comic relief or sort of like throw flies in the moment but it's always other people and like I said in this case as the body start piling up it's up to our happy couple or are soon to be white couple Julia and Mary Oh to find find out who is doing this. WHO's committing these crimes and what for and of course that leads them to having never gone to detective school having never had any police procedural training in the past two piecing together despite lule names here and they're interviewing them and the most incredible memories you never want to meeting your entire life? Oh of course yeah and memories that come to people in dribs and drabs the narrative purpose. What I found is absolutely hilarious is the fact that police keep the details of this woman surviving top secret so in attempt to entrap the killer? She's dead. I was that's that's how the title of the killer kill again so he must've. That's killers no we do you know right where you know but he's actually stage a funeral which is the plot point reaches the apex of stupidity here he couldn't because stunning cremation and said I mean you're just running people through all this misery exactly where someone who is still alive back to your own investigation right the friends and loved ones of the supposed I am putting in quotes deceased be damned. We have a police investigation to pursue. We're GONNA fake funeral and then like the mafia sit in watch or like a biker funeral with long distance lens cameras and see who attends attends the funeral to see if the killer may or may not show up see what is so ridiculous what I thought that you were sort of deriding was affecting status funeral go to the expensive <hes> precarious casket digging out. They didn't get a great that fifteen thousand dollars Komo expensive matter the police budget. I know so the thing is that we we cremated her doing that. At all. Just say the victim survived. Did that ever occurred anybody while but they had reasons right they wanted to what reason reason. I don't honestly know what reason if you would have faking a funeral you know what if you had him Brito vents in the line right now you can go ahead and ask hilarious plot poyser geology does not meant to make sense. They're meant to be experienced as a whole enjoy it's true but and I'm not even sure to what extent Mario himself was really deemed a primary suspect because for what Mary was never deemed the suspect he's just taking it upon himself to just investigate fully because the police are so inept that they're as event planner staging funerals and not getting to the nitty gritty of the police work. I was just wondering like I just naturally assumed he was a suspect as he was questioned. Yeah of course he was questioning because his wife you know their ears yeah and you gotta remember. This is a man who is established. He's thriving design house..

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