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"glenn dan" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:33 min | 5 months ago

"glenn dan" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Why did that happen They don't actually work them out hard during the week So you prepared for a season Hey Glenn Dan Mark and our listeners Let me tell you something You know where the problem is on this football team This year last year the year before the year before that year before that offensive line Yep It's Doug perform would say we got 5 guys that can't play dead The king has to have 5 guys that can block and if you have a quality quarterback you've got to keep them upright You've got to make that quarterback so you get the accurate throws If he moves out of the pocket there are certain strategic blocks that have to happen We've got 5 guys that can't block Look at folks Green Bay For the second game in a row they play with one rookie and honor offensive line One rookie and four backups In other words the starters aren't playing their injured they're out And they've been playing the last two games with four backups We've got guys that bases drafting whatever our offensive theory is and how we're going to move the ball It hasn't been working and that one of the big reasons is and this is another damn thing I haven't seen We got the 5 guys I'm sure they're a nice guys They're wonderful guys Okay we are not gonna win with them Why they can't block They can't win You win super bowls by having a great offensive line in a great defensive line Remember what you win Super Bowl Yeah remember Dallas when they were in their head In their 8 day they had 5 they're 5 offensive linemen Every one of them were number one draft choices Okay folks you got a Tom Brady You gotta Aaron Rodgers Look at those offensive lines You think those head coaches don't know Because they got quarterbacks that can win They have the mentality They have the accuracy and the way to move a team down the field to play quarter after quarter And they know to keep him upright Just look at their offensive lines Look at as a matter of fact look at Indianapolis Look at their offensive line And then take a look at our offensive line 'cause what'd you think of Tim and Jenkins is trying to protect Justin Fields tonight after the play Hey with at least proud of him but I wish he would have punched the guy that actually hit him out of bounds That's all but at some point you got to look when your head coach gets that personal foul penalty by acting like a lunatic It kind of set the stage for everybody else kind of losing their cool So the kid was trying to protect his quarterback I have no issue with that Just like again you're about penalty that was called on bush It pretty much set the standard for the rest of the night Don't go down the middle because he's going to whack it And that changes the way everybody plays Yeah but if you're let me say this about the offensive line make it a legit penalty The guy is shot for crying out loud But I want to say I'm beg to differ on the offensive line tonight And I'm just saying you know that Viking team led the NFL in sex So I mean they got some pretty good players over there All that being said Justin feels made some really boneheaded moves in the pocket and gave up a couple of three big sacks that he didn't really need to That he's got better athletic ability to evade some of that Didn't you see that But I got to tell you Yeah the screen passed Can you just start at the feet of the guy You don't take a sack Exactly So Justin feels did very little to help us on But I got to tell you sometimes David Montgomery ripping off those 7 8 12 yard runs play after play He's getting some sunblock and I agree with you I think this is the best offense you want to play We had all year but it wasn't enough for us to win obey Let's take a quick time out Come on back here Three one two 9 8 one 7217 and 9 Vikings beat the bears bears are four and ten officially eliminated from the playoffs with you to 1230 on 7 20.

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"glenn dan" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

08:44 min | 5 months ago

"glenn dan" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Guy fuck was out there Confirmed listening to the bears debacle 17 now We appreciate all our sponsors And we appreciate our callers Let's get right to them Three one two 9 8 one 7200 I did tweet out from at the car a video of OB if you missed the start of the show which if you know it will be or listen to the show this video will ring true So how many views We're getting up about 2000 there will be people are calling you a national treasure my friend Amen Amen there we go Let's move along here Bob you're leaving the game What was it like out of soldier field tonight my friend Yeah I am Anyways to all of you Merry Christmas too Merry Christmas Right back here Anyways Danny do you know me from the creek I'm Jay's friend from the garden Oh yeah Okay Now we know So anyways I got nosebleeds feet to solve your field This freaking dope He's running these stupid French plays okay They're trying to run Montgomery up the gun And every time he did it it's a two year loss So what do we do after that We get Justin Fields thrown a 5 yard passion after bitch You could do that yeah so what You know and it was bringing out three and a penalty penalty penalty I think they got a hundred years God forbid this idiot would take the ball thrown up the gut when they did a couple of times they had success or run a slan up the gut because the middle of the field was open all day It was right there for you but you know we can't do that because that would create something called a touchdown or success I just don't fired by the end of the game as beyond me So that's my story and I'm sticking to it Boys I had to call in and say Merry Christmas again Take care Drive safe bob Thanks for the question Good call bob Absolutely And you know what There was a commercial running off and on through the game I think Matt Damon was doing and he said fortune favors the brave We got a coward as a head coach We'll throw it in the end zone Let's bring cars into the show cause they were taking calls Welcome in buddy How are ya Hey hey hey guys take it easy Don't be so hard on them Dan That's a really harsh word to call him a gutless coward that has no football IQ any sucks Don't say that about him ever again okay I stand corrected because I'm telling you this it's really not much more to say It's time for him to go and I got to be honest the defense played their guts out They're off the offense did not tonight And it showed up and third quarter edge you brought it up fourth down in one I don't think Montgomery came out because his helmet got screwed up Right And that's when a smart head coach calls a timeout because it's one of the most important plays in the game at that point If they score that position you got it overtime Or wouldn't you think you'd have another helmet right there But more importantly they got to play in late Montgomery ran off I'm not even sure that they had 11 players on the field Between you and I because I didn't see a running back out there So I'm not sure what they did or why they did it but it was a simple thing you call time out And you regroup because it's a big point in the game You're down 17 to three and you have a chance to convert and maybe score a touchdown And so one game one possession game but Glenn that tells you that tells you who they are That series in that in the quarter then third quarter That tells you who they are Yeah It's embarrassing but here's the other thing We also got to take a step back and say okay Cole commit I love the kid I think he's tough He can't catch the ball He doesn't naturally catch the ball real well And he's almost becoming a liability out there because he's dropping or fumbling passes all day long Something's happening to that kid Glenn Dan and I mean he's not the same player No he's not And he's dropping the ball nonstop and Justin Fields a long way to go And he's not even close to he's actually gotten worse as he continues to play for this offensive genius that we have So go ahead And just get the new coach in and start over Guys let's take some calls with the brother Yep Jeffrey in Des Moines Welcome to WGN Go ahead Yeah I watched pace select trubisky over Watson and Holmes And then give away what will probably be a top 5 draft pick in next year's draft Take Justin Fields over Mac Jones and you know I'm starting I'm shell shocked watching mahomes because I always say you should be a bear I'm starting to get shell shocked watching Mac Jones I'll tell you why I watch fields all year He does run well but when I ask myself what he does besides running that as well I'm not sure what it is He stares down receivers He's very very deliberate in his delivery He can gun the ball inside the 20 but you know inside the 20 unit of deft you need to flip the ball you need to I'm not seeing it and he will inexplicably take facts I have heard potential I've heard it And to be honest with you as somebody who's filed the bears who hasn't seen a quarterback since McMahon I'm kind of done with potential I really want to see it on the field He has 16 turnovers Jeffrey Less than the league leader Hey Jeffrey Jeffrey Jefferson Look I'm done with potential For now I think I'd rather watch Mac Jones Okay well okay we gotta watch The New England Patriots though Defenses have kind of to him in New England And you saw it in their last game or Indianapolis took them apart So don't crown this rookie like he's going to be the greatest player of all time because they're starting to figure out how to defend him as well But it goes with coaching too And our quarterback has gotten no coaching and it shows up back He's regressing Yeah he's getting worse and let's talk about remember we talked about bracketing this star receiver Jefferson from the Vikings Our defensive back coach when a guy has outside leverage right And you have help with the safety on the inside The only thing you're protecting against is a corner route How do you let him beat you to the corner when you should be shading outside I got a coaching right Coaching Yep But you know what cars And I'm telling you this Those kids in the secondary They played their butts off They and I'm telling you At some point you have to say okay we've struggled at the nickel We struggle at corner all year Where has Thomas Graham Ben Why hasn't he been given a shot 'cause he played better than any corner we've had at any time this year Go back and look at the film I'm telling you and not to have this kid promoted to the active roster until tonight when you had no choice That's another sign of why pace and negative need to be you don't run out of time All in all 25 coaches with them I mean really you got to start over and you literally I hate to use the phrase but it's the right phrase You got to flush the toilet And start over For the record Thomas Graham had three passes defended tonight credited for He's already tied for fourth on the bears for the entire season just for the record I mean think about that More than that he played physically What was the name of the kid that you know he got called for chopping that offensive tackle down but he made the tackle and there was a real bad call Hold on a second here Well but you know what Cheese table Table Table He played his butt off Yeah but they came up and hit the you know what they did more than anything that secondary when the guys when the receivers caught the ball they punished them We haven't had any DBs that we're willing to do that These guys came up and we're punishing the running The best we've seen Our corners were coming up and popping him It was fun to watch him play that way Cozy star right there Mark Jim Jeff you're coming up next Quick time out two minutes back at you Hampton obey Hang in there guys On 7 20 WGN.

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"glenn dan" Discussed on NFL Live

NFL Live

08:15 min | 9 months ago

"glenn dan" Discussed on NFL Live

"Again this season if he does. He's at three. That four spot is wide open. Like i said. Jt daniels georgia's in that mix so he has stolen questioning the three games against competition. Cincinnati bearcats should've beat them was mismanaged late or from the coaches player. So i think when you look at the quarterbacks it is a solid group after that top three slowness in that mix the maybe a first round. Pick mcshea much higher on slowest right. Now i am but i. i like slowest. I just want to see him. Show these elite this year. And maybe be above and beyond what we've seen so far if you wanna watch sam. How by the way. One of the quarterbacks that mel is high on you can do so tomorrow night on. Espn six pm eastern time. No one love. Shame was plugged more than i do. Do own or rent your home sherry new and it can be hard work you know. It's easy bundling policies with geico. Geico makes it easy to bundle your homeowner's or renter's insurance along with your auto policy. It's a good thing too because you already have so much to do around your home. Go to geico dot com quote and see how much you could save. It's gyco easy visit. Geico dot com today. that's geiko dot com timeout react. Read or listen and then react. We start in green bay. Gm ride was asked about both his relationship with quarterback aaron rodgers and the recent reductions. Take a. listen. I've had really good conversations throughout camp with aaron and matt and and i think the communication has been really really good and so as we went into this kind of decision-making period. I think You know everybody. All the people that are kind of involved in that were Very aware of what was going on. And why we're doing what we're doing. So i feel really good about that and the conversations that i've had with there have been excellent. Sounds like the packers manager. Brian there was keeping aaron rodgers debrief. What was happening unlike. What's happened in the past and that's all you can really ask at this point in time. The fact that there has been in the words. Brian gruden's excellent communication. So forth through training camp packers clearly prioritized that put an emphasis on. And that's their best to try to see if they can convince. Aaron rodgers to stay after this season chelsea. It has the story that will not go away while the packers are the favorites in the nfc. North new lions quarterback jared. Goff says. don't sleep on detroit this year. Here's what he had to say. It's a new regime new staff. They weren't very good last year. I mean it was. It's a whole new thing. And and and i understand it but Just like every other team this league. There's expectations and i don't know what the status but there's a every year there's new teams in the playoffs every year. There's teams over the playoffs last year. That aren't and you know why not us. Why can't we be that one. That wasn't in last year. That is this year and again it starts one week at a time but internally our expectations are as high as anyone else i hate to. I hate to do my guy. Aaron glenn dan campbell this way but jared goff. It's i mean. I understand what you're doing guy humour guy and everything but yeah. You won't be making it to the playoffs this year. You got a long ways to go. You've got to retool that system get new players and new blood in there and much like you said. They weren't very good last year in. You're not going to be very good issue keys. Likey season alright. So the waiters looking to get over the hump this. Maybe they could be that team that makes the jump into the playoffs and after a eight year last year. Gm mike mayock is not hiding from the pressure. We've assembled fifty three players. We think we're going to be a pretty good football team. We're not hiding from expectations. I think john and i were both tell you that we feel like we need to be a playoff team this year. And i don't think there's any doubt about that and you guys are all going to put that and your headlines and i understand it But we're not i mean. That's what the expectation is. We think we've done the infrastructure work necessary to put us in position and we got to take care of business. So the raiders have shown some improvement under jon gruden especially in the offensive side of the ball but their defense struggled mightily allowing twenty five points per game in each of the last three seasons. In fact no team in the nfl has allowed more points per game than the raiders since gruden took over all the way back in twenty eighteen. Alright swaggie made small steps. But how much better does this defense need to be to. Actually get the waiters over the hump and make the playoffs that have been so lucifer. Them recently feel baby face they gotta they gotta make a jump man. I don't know if his middle of the pack. Because they have an office. The las vegas rate having offense that can compete with almost every team in this league. And that's why. I don't understand all their cost slander but when you look at how they play defense and the plays that they gave up on the back end they have to get a mullah's have to get better. They drafted maury out of. Tcu safety to get better. Abram has displayed on the field it was it was at times now. Now this is coming from a dallas cowboy fan. It was at times where. I thought the raiders point shaped like. It felt like if felt like they didn't even realize you can throw the football in the nfl with how bad they were on the back end but they bring in unique. They got mixed crosby. I think they missed cleland. Farrell and i hate to say that but you drafted cleland pharaoh to come in there and be your answer for getting rid of slipping my mind. Come on come on man you you you i know this. There's been a lot today anyway. You dramtic cleland farrell to come in and bring that production back up to a level and thought they had a guy that get to the quarterback he has not delivered. So you gotta go out and sign need. Kuchen rush the passer. Who is one of those guys that could get after the quarterback so if this defense is improved they have a legitimate shot. But here's the thing. The raiders have to be careful and john grooten well when denver quarterback and they're good enough now with teddy bridgewater but if ever found a quarterback that plays at an elite level like a high level to carry a team they go fall so far back and they own division. They ain't gonna have to worry about no playoffs. They have to worry about trying to win a game in the division the dairy in so hopefully. This defense is markedly improved. Because i think they're corny. Offense has what it takes to make a playoff run so your judgment markets that really is. Everything's got to come together. Mike mayock knows that. John nossa you mentioned colin farrell. Okay as a bust they. It's the guy they can move him more inside you think. His height is wingspan. He can be disruptive along the interior and has shown that he hasn't finished his some rush on the quarterback if they can do that within got way now opposite crosby and yet yadda clinton jefferson. Joe comes a key entity this year. He can step up and john's always said he wants that size at play along the interior and at the middle linebacker spot. That's what affects quarterbacks. The most feral to me is key. And then you go to the back end multiple. Db's in the first round second round and from that point on always young guys they gotta start number one. Stay healthy and gus bradley. Got to coach them up. They drafted and defensive lineman particularly furrow. Okay and crosby member crosby. Your furrow was crossley. They hit on your give. Credit for that crosby was a great fourth round. Pick furled to me as an interior presence. Back dow is being disruptive sacrilege overrated. But you can get the pressures if he can do that and they can't fade in the second half of the season. They faded big time down the stretch two years in a row opened up with a more than they got big ben then he got to herbert mentioned denver after the bears. That's a tricky. Start to the season for the. Las vegas raiders. They got to win games. They have to be a playoff team. And i think at the end of the day. We're a look back and say the young db's but in particular furrow upfront can pick it up. If he can't and he's a bus. That defense will be no better than they have. Been the last couple of years all right. So it's good. There's a lot of pressure on this organization but how much of that pressure falls specifically on the shoulders of head coach. Jon gruden i think why are you laughing at him. Question.

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"glenn dan" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

01:32 min | 9 months ago

"glenn dan" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"Movie might seem like for regular listeners. Like a strange one to dedicate in episode two But you know we did do veronica last year. Which was a you know it's virata. It's it's what it is. It's glenn. Dan's eggs first movie and is it's wild for what it is but i. I was looking forward to this. Because i had fun talking about that movie. Even if the movie is a bit of a mixed bag I thought it would be fun to check out whatever he did next. And that's what we got now so before we get the puzzle pieces. I do wanna mention something real quick and you might not be aware of this joe but you know what this episode is no. It's the two hundred episode of piecing together. Oh my goodness gracious. Imagine that celebrating. Oh two hundred episodes with death writer in the house of vampires. While it's amazing. Why do i feel like what was the one hundredth episode. Actually i did like a special bonus episode for episode one hundred where gina interviewed me about like my music career and stuff. So you haven't heard that one yet. Yeah that was fun now. I was going to do something special this time rabbit. I was like you know what death riders coming up. I think it fits. I think that's wonderful. I think that's a bold statement and in a in a in a time of movies right now where everything is either like trying way too hard to be different and or new movies are also just kind of finding out how to be like you know conventional

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Death Rider in the House of Vampires (Featuring Joe Black)

Piecing It Together Podcast

01:32 min | 9 months ago

Death Rider in the House of Vampires (Featuring Joe Black)

"Movie might seem like for regular listeners. Like a strange one to dedicate in episode two But you know we did do veronica last year. Which was a you know it's virata. It's it's what it is. It's glenn. Dan's eggs first movie and is it's wild for what it is but i. I was looking forward to this. Because i had fun talking about that movie. Even if the movie is a bit of a mixed bag I thought it would be fun to check out whatever he did next. And that's what we got now so before we get the puzzle pieces. I do wanna mention something real quick and you might not be aware of this joe but you know what this episode is no. It's the two hundred episode of piecing together. Oh my goodness gracious. Imagine that celebrating. Oh two hundred episodes with death writer in the house of vampires. While it's amazing. Why do i feel like what was the one hundredth episode. Actually i did like a special bonus episode for episode one hundred where gina interviewed me about like my music career and stuff. So you haven't heard that one yet. Yeah that was fun now. I was going to do something special this time rabbit. I was like you know what death riders coming up. I think it fits. I think that's wonderful. I think that's a bold statement and in a in a in a time of movies right now where everything is either like trying way too hard to be different and or new movies are also just kind of finding out how to be like you know conventional

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"glenn dan" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

05:43 min | 11 months ago

"glenn dan" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

"I am the co host of. That's messed up. An se you podcast. Also on the exactly right network. And i'm really excited to be hosting today. I have known georgia for a long time fun fact. I was at the halloween party. Where karen and georgia met for the first time. A small apartment party here in beautiful los angeles a halloween party. Karen was dressed as a nurse. Georgia was dressed as glenn. Dan's ag- i was dressed as a three blind wise. But my third blind mice. It was me and my husband and we had a third mouse who got social anxiety and didn't come so we were too blind mice but i remember them needing there. That's where i met karen. I admit georgia before. And i believe that parties where i met karen and i just had been friends with them ever since and i love them and i am so beyond thrilled to be on their network obviously there. They have made a huge mark with my favorite murder. It's one of the og true grandpa gas. And i'm just so excited that we get to bring our little svu slash true crime slash comedy podcasts to their family and yeah let's get started Okay the first story that i've chosen to highlight in. Today's episode is from the brilliantly. Funny karen co gareth who i share initials west and it is episode. Ninety one live at the sony centre in toronto and it is the story of paul bernardo and karla homolka a famous canadian. Couple also known as the kennan barbie killers who committed just heinous heinous crimes but we also covered this. I believe in our second episode of that's messed up and view gusts and i just love. I picked both my both stories. I picked for karen and georgia. Today are ones that we've also covered. Because i just like hearing the way we cover them in different ways and i love the way karen tells it and you're going to as well here you go.

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"glenn dan" Discussed on Geeks in Love

Geeks in Love

07:21 min | 11 months ago

"glenn dan" Discussed on Geeks in Love

"This was so bad. But i'm still going to give it is We'll give it to. It's not boring and it's not the greatest movie ever but holy crap okay. Giant hilo monster. Let's give them trivia on. yeah. I was surprisingly good. I'm not going to give it a three though. It's still bad but it's an enjoyable bad. Oh man i should come up with a rating for that really. Wish i could see in black and white though all right me just a moment and way. Don't tell me there's only one bit of trivia for this thing sixteen dollars k here we go the voice you hear on the other end of the phone when chase eavesdrops on a phone call to the police departments out of ken. Curtis who serves as producer on this film. He's more famous for having place. Scruffy deputy festus hagen on gunsmoke nineteen fifty-five ken knox he plays disc jockey harris. Al gore. steamroller. Smith was real. Disc jockey working at radio stations in texas owned by gordon glendon mcclendon. Yeah i think the unaccredited executive producer of this film. The hilo monster in the movies actually mexican bearded lizard gordon mcclendon. Who owned a number of radio stations in theaters in texas was the un credited executive producer and financier of this film lost the narrator at the beginning some members of the mcclendon family were given roles in this film. This was one of two features produced by the independent company texas and meant for releases a double feature the other feature was the killer shrews. And that's the one. I found on amazon prime Trying to find this movie. Nineteen fifty-nine unlike many such features producing the southeast films received national distribution. Wow the car chase drives in this movie was owned by a local farmer and drag racer named john mulkey. I'm mispronouncing that horribly. I'm sorry who won the b-street roadster class with it at the nineteen fifty eight. Nhra nationals. I did not drink water enough. Today ran a small block. Chevy massaged says two three oh two cubic inches and ran one zero five point five miles an hour in the mp whatever in the quarter mile. The car has gone through several owners in major changes over the years but still whole it still exists today holy crap. There's going to be a scene in the movie where old man harris's killed by the giant monster. This was going to happen when he runs up the stairs in the barn and the helium on through again the scene of him running up the stairs in the movie but the decision was may not to show him get killed in was cut from the film. I did notice this. You will notice season shown in the movie after the barn attack chase drives in one thousand nine hundred thirty two ford model. B h hot rod. B b h. I'm tired of ford model. B hot rod. The sheriff drives a nineteen fifty four to fairlane hartop farallon. Steamroller smith drives in one thousand nine hundred eight cadillac fleetwood sixty special. Mr wheeler drives a nineteen fifty nine cadillac series. Sixty two hardtop gordy chases friend drives a ford model t modified ni- misra that drives a ford model. T hot rod with fifty seven chevy rear bumper old man harris drives a nineteen thirty two ford model. B with modified headlights comptons. Tow truck is a nineteen fifty international harvester. L. one fifty. Excuse me pat wheeler and liz or killed in nineteen forty ford nineteen for yes in nineteen forty four d. v. eight dollar ducks or de locks d. e. space alley wax in the tractor that is seen driving by is a ford nasa slash sixty or slash dash. Not dash. it's a. I don't remember the word. The radio station mentioned at the sock hop kilt k. l. t. was a big regional top forty station houston texas producer. Gordon glen embodying fifty seven nine thousand nine hundred seven Gay mcclendon and jan mcclendon are related to gordon dope. Heavy metal in quotes punk icon glenn. Dan's zik the misfits. Sam hain. dan's zik. I think used the same phone from the poster for this film for solo band. Logo the hitchhiker suitcase. In the same suitcase. I noticed that mri uses later in the film for her sleepover. Is the axiom suitcase. This film was rift orm. Yeah second episode of season for when the sheriff yet the mystery science theater. Three thousand already said that When the sheriff criticized. Mr. really for not keeping the teens under control. A cow wanders into the background. Oh i missed that noah We already heard about the very opening. Narration is by gordon mclennan. The executive producer executive producer. Who also have who have already named also voiced radio spots for the giant hilo monster and thou ones already done to the Release a double feature already said so. There's a couple of repeats of trivia which is okay all right so again i give that a two if you agree disagree Be sure to hit me up. Geeks and love podcast at a g. Mail dot com. Sorry it's it's been a day again. Gibson law podcast gmail.com and my missing anything else Cars don't explode like that and have fun playing with toys with a mexican bearded dragon until next time. Hey thanks for watching with us. Support the show. Please visit n share g. I l. dot phone sites dot com to your friends family enemies espec- thin roomies into dimension. There you'll be able to stream. The latest episode find links to subscribe to the podcast stream are various episodes. Connect and contact us through our facebook page and group and or email. Us support our podcasting efforts by monthly donations via or via anchors listener support and or through referral links such as route car insurance saving money on gas through gas. Buddy get upside and or if you want to create unlimited websites just like this one for only fifty dollars a month. There's a link or phone sites also. There is a page for the sponsors that we have more to come as the show grows and improves coming. Next week is another movie that we haven't seen yet. Don't forget the popcorn..

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"glenn dan" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

06:35 min | 1 year ago

"glenn dan" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Hope, Elka podcast. Why the places I could start? Well, why don't we go with the fact that the president has just reversed course on refugees quadrupling. The number that we will accept. And if my information is correct, another increase on that cap coming sometime in October. Yeah, Charlie. No shock, though, really? Because when he campaigned, Joe Biden said he was going to set a target of 120,000 refugees per year. In contrast to Donald Trump's 31,000. And when he maintained that limit the progressive, let their hair and fire and stomped around. And so you can't do that. You promised us so it was anticipated he would raise it. He brought it up to 60. Some 1000. I imagine we'll hit that 120,000 Mark and these are people who are in other countries applying Or refugee status, and that's the upper limits of what we will accept if we clear their application, so it's not people crossing the border. We're into the fourth day of May, and we find out that the month of April is set another record for gun purchases. And and no shock there with all the violence on the streets and all the people concerned about the funding of police folks are starting to realize they have a right to protect themselves based on the Second Amendment, and they're going out and exercising that right. Now there will be some challenges. And I think a lot of people are rushing because of Joe Biden's comments about gun control and they're thinking they will be grandfather. The end if they own a gun, so let's see. What kind of stuff comes down the pike in the way of executive orders. Plus, the Supreme Court's gonna hear that big case in the fall, So, ah, lot of impetus to go out and get a gun if you want one, but just please, people get trained. Know what you're doing? Just wrapped up seven rounds of the NFL draft on Saturday and during the NFL draft a lot of talk about how dissatisfied one former guest host of jeopardy. Aaron Rodgers was with his deal in Green Bay. And it was a lot of talk about trading. Look for the record. We all know Aaron Rodgers isn't going anywhere. But apparently a Wisconsin dairy is not so sure about that, and it made an offer to Aaron to stay. These people are brilliant, Charlie. They think like you and I. They're trying to jump on the back of this story and milk it for some press of the Steri offers Aaron Rodgers free cheese for life. How could you? How could you be angry with a company that will say Please stay? We will give you free cheese for life. Brilliant idea. I love good people do girl of marketing like that. I hope he jumps over to visit the dairy if and when he finalizes the deal in all this nonsense ends. You know what goes good with cheese is a hamburger, And apparently there's the now the largest white castle. That there is and people camping out now, I don't know if it's still the case. I know that the last time I was in a white castle was on shark Chris Street in New Orleans. But I believe for a long, long time. All white castles had to be the same size and they weren't very big. But we now got a big one. That not only a big one, Charlie, this thing is massive. And it's in Orlando syrup, urine of Florida visiting any of the amusement parks find this temple of bad burgers and they are you know they are hangover cure. I believe that when I was in college we used to Find a way to a white castle between three and four in the morning, Because then you were guaranteed to be fine the next day, But people camped out park their cars overnight just to be the first to have a white castle from this mess place. I love Florida. Thank you very much Florida. We are so screwed words of Senator John Kennedy of Louisiana. Republican weighing in on some kind of snow white controversy. What's going on with snow White Yeah. This goes back to the Disney thing. Does he open the new snow White ride? They revamped it. It is a land and the offending east of the woken East is they're all upset because the kiss from the Prince Snow white that revives air brings you back to life is in there and they considered to be a non consensual kit. So they're demanding that that be removed and you know it. So the next thing you know they'll be accusing the prince of rape. So That's where we are today, and Senator Kennedy just gave us what he usually does a little bit of audio gold. Well, of course, it was non consensual. She's dead. Hmm. He brought it back to life. Would you rather she be done? Exactly exactly. God Almighty, maybe, you know, seriously, I know this is gonna sound like a stretch. But this kind of stuff this, I guess that falls under the cancel culture realm. This kind of stunts more. This kind of thing is more dangerous to this country than flooding and Tornadoes and everything else is going on whether related Yeah, You can't fix stupid and and that's really the most dangerous thing we have. Ignorance will take us out of quicker than any of the other things we face. So let's hope even Glenn Dan ticket came out and said, You know, the cancel cultures got to be canceled. You're never gonna let another punk revolution happen if you if you don't stop this stupidity, so we're seeing A kickback of blowback from all ends of the spectrum, and that's a good thing. By the way, Snow White was smoking hot. What is she? Well, Yeah, Come on, Charlie. E mean, she wasn't Veronica and Archie comic books, but you know for for animation, Not not bad. Michael Palka hosted the pure Hope. Elka Podcast. San Antonio. First news. 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"glenn dan" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

06:39 min | 1 year ago

"glenn dan" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"In the great State of Michigan. Look him, Ryan sheer alongside with you for the first of two hours and an action packed show. I don't know how it could top last week. I don't know if we're gonna get any more breaking news. Tonight's edition. We had like four stories break what is possible? It is definitely possible. Matthew Stafford were expecting big news on his trade destination here was in the coming weeks and the lines just keep on adding to this stacked coaching staff. Anthony Lynn, Aaron Glenn Dan Campbell. Now John Dorsey is joining the front office with Brad Homes. Don't know who John Dorsey is when he built the Kansas City Chiefs, and he built the Cleveland Browns, both teams that made it deep in the A F. C. The Chiefs as a matter of fact, ER, now playing in the Super Bowl, looking for their second ring under Andy Reid and Patrick Mahomes. And he'll be helping out brand homes, the front office so that was the big hire of the week for the Lions. And now they're looking for a trade this nation for their quarterback for the last 12 years, and Matthew Stafford and right before we're on the air. We did see a report from Ian Rapoport. So you know this is really hard hitting, and it's most likely going to happen. Lions are making big moves and expect to deal done for Matthew Stafford before the Super Bowl. Folks. The Super Bowl is next Sunday. So be on the edge of your seat. Because Matthew Stafford is on the move. We will see which teams and we're gonna highlight which teams that we think they have the you know the most valuable assets to give up and There's a couple out there that make a lot of sense, and there's a couple different ways The Lions could get better throughout this trade. And this Ryan correct me if I'm wrong with this trade could make or break This regime with Brad Homes and Dan Campbell for the next six years. Oh, yeah, no, no. There's a lot riding on this. Yeah, it's in the draft. I mean the draft and where they sensed effort so lot on the line. Here are phone number right now. 809 23 93 85 809 23935 or taking phone calls on where you think Matthew Stafford should go and Do the lion's om Anything to the lions? Oh, Matthew Stafford to be sent to a team where he wants to go. Absolutely not. This is not, you know, Thank you for your service, and we're gonna you get to pick Which team? You go down to business up that today. It is not Lebron James. Okay, folks. Staffer doesn't have that ability to, you know, make that much of a power move. He played for the Lions, the lions? It would anything here in the last 12 years. What the lions, you know, owt themselves to make the right move to get Stafford to a place where you know he can make Somewhere else somewhere else better and the lions get better the same way And there's a lot of teams out there that can make it well, right. What's the top list for your squads from Matthew Stafford first? So for Stafford, I have the number One option for him would be the Indianapolis Colts. And here's Why. So you know, everyone knows. Philip Rivers just retired. And the Colts are a containment team already. I mean, we've We've seen him in the playoffs this past season, and they competed with the Titans for that top spot. In the NFC South. So I mean, if they get Stafford right away, it's an indoor facility. They're playing at Lucas Oil. So you know, Stafford, I don't think staffer wants to go anywhere with cold weather. Okay? He's been in a dome all his life. His career, I guess as a lion, and so I think in the you know their defense is great. They have good backfield with Taylor, The running back from Wisconsin. Great had a great year. Hey, has had some injuries, but I mean, I think the cold should be his number one option. I know it's the team's number one option and they have a first round draft pick and number 21, which would go a long way for this new lines. Team. Absolutely. I think getting a first rounder whether it's this year or next year if they don't if nobody offers you that that you're not doing your job, and the worst thing that Brad Homes in the most lion thing that brand hose could do is come out here and say There wasn't really a market for Matthew Stafford s. So we picked up Jimmy Garoppolo and 4/4 round picks That's sort of the lions would do. You can't do that. If there is not a market, gonna create one as a rookie GM, But you have Brad, you have John Dorsey holding her hand throughout this whole thing. Go make a market for Matthew Stafford. There's teams out there. They're willing to give up a first round pick to win. Now look at the Tennessee Titans on and right. This is not a squad that we're hearing about right now. Now interested? Not at all. I find that hard to believe, though. This could be a team flying under the radar because we did hear report on Monday. That half a dozen teams were out there looking for Stafford, half the league ended up later that afternoon, calling about Matthew Stafford. The Tennessee Titans or not, And that's that bundle of teams. I find that to be ridiculous. Get the best running back to ever live. Got a J. Brown yet? Cory Davis. You know a lot of weapons on the offensive side. Could defense pretty solid defense. Matthew Stafford makes the Tennessee Titans of Super Bowl contender right off the bat. Oh, no doubt. Yeah, I like that. I like that destination. I find it ridiculous that nobody's Reporting this or the tennis if if the Times are interesting, Stafford they better jump on the ball, because if they trade with the Colts, it's dangerous. It's dangerous for them. If the cold wind up getting Stafford You know that That would be tough for the Titans. Another place. I just want to point out. It's probably unlikely but Carolina Panthers, um they need a quarterback. And guess what, Guys? They have the number eight pick of this year's draft so we could go seven and eight. Here. Okay. Um, you know, they're not a great team. Which kind of stinks, you know for Stafford, but I mean, they have a good GM. I like to jam a lot. S O. I want to see that happen that that would be an ideal situation for the lines organization. Maybe not Stafford, but for the Lions, and Hey, I'm good with that. I'm good rolling with that. Absolutely. I mean, there's a there's gonna fight. There could be a team that staffer makes Very happy out there. It's gonna make us happy. I'm putting, you know all my faith into this regime of making something happen. We're gonna get into the previous regime later in the show, but we're going to head out to Lincoln Park right now and speak with our good friend. JJ. Once I dropped the mile straight here in the back room and try to pick him up. Here we go. JJ, You're first up on the Patria. What's going on, man? What another great day to be alive. Eight. 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"glenn dan" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

13:04 min | 2 years ago

"glenn dan" 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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"glenn dan" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

09:51 min | 2 years ago

"glenn dan" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"And then toby dammit is 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 kind of 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 that 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 like. 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. These 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 left 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 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 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 amateur 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'll bribing all the ways. His film is just like General and fill. Which you know what. Totally both have pacing issues. Yeah that's a 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. I know 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 and then of course the the girl is kind of like a female keeper 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.

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"glenn dan" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

12:00 min | 2 years ago

"glenn dan" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"In his inspiration for this film the entire second segment. Of course apes is that face. Yeah absolutely I I think. Also that's something. Most people listening should have already watched the movie. Obvious getting lots of spoilers in this But for those who haven't watched it yet is a series of vignettes stitch together and each one kind of has a different kind of par influence. So I'm sure a lot of our puzzle pieces are going to Be Be wide ranging because of the different vignettes having different influences but the eyes without a face one is one hundred percent like just. That's what he's doing. I'll give them this. The only one that I one hundred percent was like yes. That is the exact influence the other two. Well the third film or the third short. I uh I don't watch a lot of The bathroom type movies. There's a lot of battery. Yea Envy's out there. I just don't care that much out those types of movies. I do have one for that later but this is the one where I was like. Yes I it's the first time I watched. It was like okay. Well obviously he really likes that And it's also worth noting that all of these are directly based on comics from his. Virata comic books And so I don't know if this would have been some time in the mid nineties. I guess that whatever this I remember with this segment was called but he already. I mean just pillaged all these influences and I feel like he hasn't actually watched a movie sets. That's funny yeah just used it all made up the comic and then it's just been like I don't know just coasting since then waiting for his chance to make this this epic all right. I'll go with another piece here. I've got a few that have to do with the whole Neck breaker character. I will start with the wish master series the whole the the Jin I believe is how you pronounce that particular kind of Character. Agena and take off my list Keiko. I'm sure we'll have some overlap around here but yeah that character totally reminded me of that. Total over the top scenery chewing. Just just really just going for it kind of a character with the big Axon and the big facial maneuvers with every single line delivery. And it's it's a fun character. It's completely ridiculous. And Fun is a weird word for a A spider demon the wants to rape people but It isn't that specifically but that that's what we got here with this movie. Veronika Yeah I as I said wish master. What's interesting actually research just a few minutes ago? I was Kinda prepping so as I said. All these are based on comic books So Albano spider of the jets The comic book actually came out. I in nineteen ninety. Seven one thousand nine hundred. I can't quite believe it's ninety seven because there's been a few different I think it's number. One came out in ninety seven and there was a number zero comic that came on. I don't know it's it's a whole bunch of dates but those like nineteen ninety-seven came out same year as Robert Kurz. Men's wish master odd. I'm just GONNA say put out there odd odd it must have been in the ether or something at that moment Yeah I I'm honestly surprised. We don't have like You know Robert Englund Andrew off Tony Todd cameos and all that stuff in this film actually. I'm not. I'm actually surprised because it wouldn't be caught dead earth yet. They did not return phone calls. That's what it comes down to. What are you got your next piece? It's this next one I don't I I don't think that Glenn Dan's actually seen this movie But I see it as a puzzle piece because it's the same concept of for the creation of the film except done poorly and that sin city so I remember where one of the interviews he Actually no it was an interview. It was Another podcast star. I'm cheating on you There was a podcast covered Veronica called ASTEROID Z. And they one of the guys actually went out and bought the voracek comics. And it's been way too much money and apparently they are one to one re-creations of the comic books are the movies that one recreation the comic books which explains why like John Geography geography. My brain has gone after watching this twice. Sure but a lot of the geography and the film doesn't make any sense there's in the first segment a the young woman's boo by. Yeah her her tits the staring he cries and so it will tear drops from the today and it lands a spider that is across the room on top of a vase on a table. zero census made and A. It's I think it's just because he was so dedicated to making this a one to one of the comics wrote so it's just the panels in the comic book. But those don't necessarily the lineup in a real way. Yeah because I mean when you're you're creating a set when you're designing Mottaki it's not going to be a one to one city of course famously is about as close to a one to one adaptation as you can get for a comic book Accept it works really well in his actually a pretty fucking good movie and part of that is you know when you're adapting material you can be really really faithful but you have to make adjustments based on what you have Obviously city almost entirely shot on green screen. That helps a lot but I remember reading the comics. I'm watching the movie and saying okay. Well there's these little differences to make it work But the aesthetic is still there and the overall visual appeal is still there And I don't think Glen realizes that I think that he's the type of person to take the idea of being faithful way too far Which I get. I understand that Fatal future is a slow moving poorly paced film because it's based on poorly paced films. And I will always regret that to some degree so I get it. I understand but holy Shit. He is way too faithful to his own material. Right and I think part of that is also. No one was really there to tell. Glynn no Based on the interview I read with some Music blog or whatever he like. I guess didn't want anybody telling him what to do. During this movie you want any executives too big Hollywood types to tell him he's wrong. That does not surprise me one bit. Here's the thing Glenn you need those like the the my I would not say that the head is a particularly great film but the reason it's as good as it is as fun as it is is. I had several people around me all the time. Who were saying. Maybe you want to not do that. And that's important doesn't always listen to him. But you should take that that influence you know George. Lucas famously did not take any influence for the PREQUELS. And that was a painful experience for all of us So Cincinnati you go. No I like I like that. It's great puzzle piece and it makes me wonder I just looked up. The budget for Sin City was forty million dollars. I wonder what Veronica looks like with forty million dollar budget. I I wonder still Glenda but forty dollar budget. I would like to think that it would be better. Yeah possibly so I'll go with another piece. This kind of speaks to the character design. We of course have that The woman with the the is for Nipples. We have The we have the neck breaker. We have a lot of other crazy characters. I thought of Mortal Kombat generally these. Yeah these these kind of ridiculous characters that seem like they are you know maybe created by a fourteen year old boy or something like that and just just totally ridiculous and using all these kind of genre influences and Mythical influences and stuff like that and horror stuff to combine into some just really silly but fun creature designed kind of things and also another point is I love that. The spider has his own via fax. Credit you know opening credits which was pretty fun. Worst worst so yeah just just that. Kinda just ridiculous. Totally silly character design elementaries reminded me a mortal Kombat characters. Yeah I I. I didn't think of combat but I will actually immediately follow up with a similar film as far as like character design influence that I only thought of when you were leading up to mortal combat. I thought you were going to use this heavy metal. Sure sure I feel like that because I know that. I know that Glen does not like modern movies. He has said as much he thinks. They're all trash. He thinks that no good horror is made anymore. Which Glenn. You need to get a a shudder. Subscription thirty days right now during the shutdown. Yeah just just just take it all in Glen because You're you're very wrong But heavy metal is another one. It's also an anthology film based on comics made for adults and has very little narrative which I think is a big thing here. I think that there is almost zero narrative on display Albina SPIDER JET IS EASILY. The most narrative driven. And it's still like what the fuck is this and heavy metal works because there's so many vignettes I don't even remember how many but there's it seems like they go and fairly rapid succession in that film with very little. You know. There's there's definitely they lead lead somewhere but they don't have like narratives that popping your mic. I can't remember you know there's like the taxi cab driver. Who kills the chick when she turns on him after a bit of a norrish escapade or whatever? I can only think of and I haven't seen since high school and I I can't remember any individual pieces either of that movie. Yeah it's all. It's all. Just like a smorgasbord of heavy metal covers really. Yeah and I feel like that's maybe what Glenn wanted with this movie like now than I don't know why I never. I didn't think about this before but I was putting the pieces. But there's a very big heavy metal influence And I'm sure if you brought up an interview he'd be like fuck. Yeah man heavy metal. Yeah.

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"glenn dan" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

12:48 min | 2 years ago

"glenn dan" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"All right so joining us today. We've got filmmaker. Michael Keane has Michael. Oh It's it is certainly going. I think that is as a way to put it. It is it is going I I'm having a good time. It's you know I'm under quarantine. I'm watching movies. Some of those movies are amazing pieces of true art that I will never forget and others are Veronica say. I wonder if we're GONNA find out whether this is a piece of art during this conversation but I guess we're we're getting right to it you know it's it is art of just by virtue of being a moving picture yet. Oh it checks those boxes at least yeah well Michael. It's your first time actually co hosting episode for people listening. Michael is the filmmaker whose film the head. We covered on our live episode last year. And then he joined us at the end of the conversation to Get get some some thoughts and feedback from him but Senator First Time Co hosting an episode when you tell people a little about yourself and what you do well I. I am a filmmaker in quotation marks. I have made two films So far hopefully. I'll eventually get to three once. You know the world's being in apocalypse mode show But made fatal future which is a kind of a tribute to Neil Breen and other so-called bad filmmakers out there Which a lot of people have mistaken for just another bad movie which it may or may may or may not be. I don't know sure And then I also directed the head which of course You covered already On this show and that's kind of my If I die tomorrow it's my masterpiece. Shot on VHS tribute to well shot him the HSA horror movies about a mannequin head that drinks blood and the man that loves her and Yeah that's kind of my thing. I also have a Youtube Channel We're I just talk about movies that most people don't give a fuck about Idaho video recently about. Let my puppets come the puppet Porno And actually just yesterday got a big Ole shipment of Vinegar Syndrome pornos and for future videos about that sort of seventies and eighties. Porno INDUSTRY DON'T EXPECT ANY Tributes to those as far as actual films go just because various reasons. I'm just a just a low in filmmaker. One of those is another one of them. Well I think this is going to be a fun conversation. I know this movie. Erotica Glendon is direct Oriel debut. I believe other than maybe some video stuff. This is his first feature film has last. He's already and his Vampire Spaghetti Western which I looked up An article and I don't remember all the but one of the names was Julian Sands So it's GONNA be. We got a good decade of quality. Dancing I think. Oh yeah the next era of cinema. Yeah so this should be a lot of fun and I know you like with the the background of film that you have in the stuff that you love are probably going to have some really interesting puzzle pieces to go with this one. I think let's jump right in. What do you got for your first puzzle piece for Veronica so this I feel like you probably have this one too. Is that a face. Sure yes from from from nineteen sixty a Georgia funds from drew. I think it's the director's name anyway. so it is a masterpiece of French. Horror Cinema Nineteen sixty kind of the era in which I think. Dan's egg was kind of aping from the sixties and the seventies European horror movies That's pretty obvious I did. I did cheat a little bit Already had this as a puzzle piece but I was looking at old old interviews from last year with Dan Zick They are very Very very entertaining bad. Yeah he he's by the way. I want to put this out there ahead of the game Glenda seems like a legitimately nice lovely person. Who's just like this little muscling nerd? Who who does love these titles right? I firmly believe him when he brings them up. I do kind of get a bit of a snickering and may whenever he tries to like pronounce the the foreign titles. He'll say I don't even know how to save myself. Lear you sounds via charge. He could just say what is our face. We all know what it is sure and he treats it like it's this like super obscure film that no one has heard of an an almost every horror fan who's worth their salt has at least knows what is without a face is short or has seen it. I mean I think it was one of my first criterion. Dvd's I ever owned Back in the day. And you know it's it's a major piece of filmmaking and he certainly took it very literally in his inspiration for this film the entire second segment of course apes. Is that a face. Yeah absolutely I I think. Also that's something. Most people listening should have already watched the movie. Obvious getting lots of spoilers in this But for those who haven't watched it yet is a series of vignettes stitch together and each one kind of has a different kind of par influence. So I'm sure a lot of our puzzle pieces are going to Be Be wide ranging because of the different vignettes having different influences but the eyes without a face one is one hundred percent like just. That's what he's doing. I'll give them this. The only one that I one hundred percent was like yes. That is the exact influence the other two. Well the third film or the third short I I don't watch a lot of The bathroom type movies. There's a lot of battery. Yea Envy's out there. I just don't care that much out those types of movies. I do have one for that later but this is the one where I was like. Yes I face. The first time I watched it was like okay. Well obviously he really likes that And it's also worth noting that all of these are directly based on comics from his. Virata comic books And so I don't know if this would have been some time in the mid nineties. I guess that whatever this I remember with this segment was called but he already. I mean just pillaged all these influences and I feel like he hasn't actually watched a movie sense. That's funny yeah just used it all made up the comic and then it's just been like I don't know just coasting since then waiting for his chance to make this this epic all right. I'll go with another piece here. I've got a few that have to do with the whole Neck breaker character. I will start with the wish master series the whole the the Jin I believe is how you pronounce that that particular kind of character. Agena GO AHEAD AND TAKE OFF MY LIST. Keiko. I'm sure we'll have some overlap around here but yeah that character totally reminded me of that. Total over the top scenery chewing. Just just really just going for it kind of a character with the big Axon and the big facial maneuvers with every single line delivery. And it's it's a fun character. It's completely ridiculous. And Fun is a weird word for a A spider demon the wants to rape people but It isn't that specifically but that that's what we got here with this movie. Veronika Yeah I as I said wish master. What's interesting actually research? Just a few minutes ago. I was Kinda prepping so as all these are based on comic books So Albano Spider of the jets. the comic book actually came out. I in Nineteen Ninety. Seven one thousand nine hundred. I can't quite i. I believe it's ninety seven because there's been a few different I think it's number. One came out in ninety seven. And there's like a number zero comic that came on. I don't know it's it's a whole bunch of dates but those like nineteen ninety-seven came out same year as Robert Kurz. Men's wish master odd. I'm just GONNA say put out there odd odd it must have been in the ether or something at that moment Yeah I I'm honestly surprised. We don't have like You know Robert Englund entered Ivanoff. Tony Todd cameos and all that stuff in this film actually. I'm not. I'm actually surprised because it wouldn't be caught dead earth yet. They did not return phone calls. That's what it comes down to. What are you got your next piece? It's this next one I don't I I don't think that Glenn Dan's actually seen this movie But I see it as a puzzle piece because it's the same concept of for the creation of the film except done poorly and that sin city so I remember where one of the interviews he Actually no it was an interview. It was Another podcast star. I'm cheating on you There was a podcast covered Veronica called ASTEROID Z. And they one of the guys actually went out and bought the voracek comics. And it's been way too much money and apparently they are one to one re-creations of the comic books are the movies that one recreation the comic books which explains why like John Geography geography. My brain has gone after watching this twice. Sure but a lot of the geography and the film doesn't make any sense there's in the first segment a the young woman's boo by. Yeah her her tits the staring. He'll cries and so it will tear drops from the today and it lands a spider that is across the room on top of a vase on a table. zero census made and A. It's I think it's just because he was so dedicated to making this a one to one of the comics wrote so it's just the panels in the comic book. But those don't necessarily the lineup in a real way. Yeah because I mean when you're you're creating a set when you're designing autocracy it's not going to be a one to one sin city of course famously is about as close to a one to one adaptation as you can get for a comic book Accept it works really well in his actually a pretty fucking good movie and part of that is you know when you're adapting material you can be really really faithful but you have to make adjustments based on what you have Obviously city almost entirely shot on green screen. That helps a lot but I remember reading the comics. I'm watching the movie and saying okay. Well there's these little differences to make it work But the aesthetic is still there and the overall visual appeal is still there And I don't think Glen realizes that I think that he's the type of person to take the idea of being faithful way too far Which I get. I understand that Fatal future is a slow moving poorly paced film because it's based on poorly paced films. And I will always regret that to some degree So I get it. I understand but holy Shit. He is way too faithful to his own material. Right and I think part of that is also. No one was really there to tell. Glynn no Based on the interview I read with some Music blog or whatever.

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"glenn dan" Discussed on How'd It Happen Podcast

How'd It Happen Podcast

11:02 min | 3 years ago

"glenn dan" Discussed on How'd It Happen Podcast

"Money and they didn't really ask you about how much debt you had this latest one to see our income stream so mainstream was strong enough from my law practice that I could keep keep it going. I mean there was there was an incoming I would delay that end as long as I could so got those credit cards in the mail and I would pay one credit card off with the other and keep doing that because you could get these cash advances back then okay and so that got is until lead October November and then that's when for some reason dish started advertising crazy online and so your cost per your cost per lead went down because response rates went up so we're response rates were higher now and so the cost per lead went down our sales those went up and we started slowly digging out of that and within we dug out like within four months could not believe it. I had never seen that kind of money. In my life. We were down eighty plus thousand. We made all that back in profit in four months awesome to me that was like unbelievable. Never even imagine that what happened and so we made it through that was earlier five and throughout oh five things that started happening positive we started executing and kind of figuring out the Internet got a little bit and made it out of that and you attributed a lot of that to dish doing their own spending their own marketing dollars to that that actually raised awareness about them in the product and then it made it easier for you to it's a confluence of things but that was one of the factors and we didn't know that they advertise in cycles. We didn't know that they advertise in the fall more than they do in the summer and we didn't know that stuff and so that was one factor other factor was I was learning how to buy clicks cheaper online online so the traffic so my cost to get a customer in my in my store so to speak was lower and because they were responding higher all of a sudden now they're buying more too so cost me less to get him in now. They bought more more rather than one in ten buying to run out buying it costs me half the money so to get the door so those things and changes on our website improved you know we had we are testing things on our website. So whenever you can improve conversion on your website it also helps. It's all those things kind of came together so having been through that I'm trying to think how you how you might be feeling about this. Take this huge risk to get all this credit that you needed to keep the business going and then I works wow it worked worked so had has that did that experience impact you are has it impacted you going forward about how much risk you were willing to stake got a high level risk tolerance so but yeah I didn't ever do that again. I swore I would never do that again and the thing with business though is that you can kind of slide into doing it again and not even realize you're getting close to that edge again and I wouldn't laugh that well you know you it fills you up with all this confidence right. I did it once I can do it again. And then you get overconfident and you end up over sitting yourself and so there's been two other occasions where I overextended myself again not quite to that extreme where it was like the next day was bankruptcy sort of thing but but you know you you you do that once or twice you you. You hopefully remember that and you head your bets a little bit better yeah okay so I I've tried to do that. You know but I I won't go all put it all on red anymore like I did back then because I have too much loose today I got six kids and and a lot of people depend on we making wise decisions that are in their best interest so I'm not willing to do it all on red or all on black like I did back in that day but you know I'll put a pretty big chunk of it. I think it's a right but like a lot of people ask me when you do the stock market. I don't do anything I'd give it all to someone else. I'm do it. I feel like betting on me and bidding on my team is a much better bet so I feel way more in control with that and so I'll I'll bet a substantial amount of my resources sources on myself my team so that's interesting that the stock market and other types that traditional investments you mean you don't spend any time directly zero time you but but whomever you have managing your assets assets or whatever they they <hes> they may be doing that so your your own personal time and your own my personal strategy I have guided rainy gots lists V._A.. He handles my what what little savings have been able to scrape up and I tell him that's old man money I wanNA. I want to have that there. When I'm an old man I'm going to play with my money? I'm going to bet on all my crazy ideas and and things and you just keep that money so don't I don't want to see twelve percent returns because that's not tells me too much risk. I don't want to be in barns but you know somewhere in there is is what I want that so so I feel the exact same way I I don't know that I felt that way or really could could sort of express it that way until not not very long ago but I've made a decision not long ago. Maybe within the last two years where 'cause I've been investing in a whole bunch of different things and and I like doing it but I thought to myself. Why Am I? Why would I ever invest a ton of money into something that is not related to me or like people that I know are trusted or whatever if if if I'm gonNA invest a bunch of money I should invest it myself? Just like what you what you just. That's that's crazy. 'cause you just the same so anyway the dig yourself out of this hole and then so that was two thousand. I can't remember now but four five six. This is my family and fast forward to two thousand nineteen. You've got several businesses now. At least four maybe more can you walk us through the progression of how you started with sterling satellite right and then how you progress since and in fact have your own law firm now too which is interesting as well yeah so <hes> my stories more about failures and a few wins the truth I would so I started another business a little bit later console sales and that failed <hes> started a business start trying to import cheap Chinese goods and that failed along the way <hes> started a business in two thousand seven seven or eight that put a lot of resources and to try to drive leads for contractors that repaired roofs and houses are excuse me windows and siding and we built that business of up put a bunch of money into it in the two thousand eight crash happened and <hes> we just couldn't make it through my two by two thousand nine I had to shatter that business and <hes> the the housing market completely evaporated and so I had four people on my team that digital marketing and digital marketers or hard to locate and get them in together and get up to speed with where they need to. I didn't want to let them go and I wanted to figure something out. Had A friend named Glenn Livingston. He has a big come guru following online or at least you did back in that day and he said Jeff I could bring you some customers if you can take care of them and so him and I started rocket clicks together <hes> with our team and rocky clicks today MS thriving and we're easily the largest digital marketing agency in Wisconsin and we do all pay per click and and S._E._O.. And social media and so forth but usually paid there air and so we started that business in two thousand and four excuse me misspoke there in two thousand nine and eight nine whenever that doesn't Swiss the first Mrs was declining is when we started that so that that business started to grow and I didn't really focus on it for many years because it was a smaller part of what we're doing so it really didn't hit its stride till about three years ago when a guy named Tyler Dole's took took over the businesses that president today and runs that my partner partner in that business with <hes> Nicole Makino Nicole is one of our original group of founders so to speak back in two thousand eight when we start when we started the business so <hes> so that business does really well that ain't growing it's fun superfund business and that all started out of your desire to keep these for digital marketers that had been with you through these businesses that didn't make it and also this sort of chance <hes> chances the right word with Glenn Dan this hey we maybe we can help each other kind of thing. Yeah I get help his clients and I let my people go yeah in the fire eliminate their roles and it's all sounds great start an ad agency so can we made the decision in the in an afternoon. I love the way you start his and so yeah and then okay so that that that business is basically basically designed to help businesses grow right. I mean can you explain people here S._E._O.. And digital marketing and stuff and I don't know that people have a really good idea of what it actually it's yes so simple way to say it is we help businesses bring customers to their website and get him to do something. That's the that's the button an in a nutshell so primarily really it's done through the paid search engines as well as the social media platforms okay okay so that would be obviously Google Yahoo being that those are the main search that we would operate within to help not only not only in the paid the pay traffic coming in but also the free trade called search engine optimization our S._e._O.. So those those two channels on the social media sign delighted excuse me in Facebook instagram those platforms even pinterest and unlinked on and so forth as well but <hes> essentially getting traffic to websites and you have a B._B.. or or focus or it's it's both but primarily be to see we do a little bit of B. Two B. But primarily be to see okay okay. I was thinking with some of those platforms that more more more B._T._C. thing but the are you helping also with helping these companies brand themselves and stuff reduced. Just sort of stay focused. Focused on the on the <hes> almost all direct response stuff very little branding. You don't do a lot of reading online. We don't do a lot of selling media for display ads anything like that which would be more brand oriented oriented so the ideal client for racket Claxton is someone is I don't even want to. I'll let you defined the ideal client for them..

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"glenn dan" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

10:02 min | 3 years ago

"glenn dan" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Lot of people watching jeopardy now to see if Ken Jennings record is going to be busted. So there's a lot of fun there. And that's obviously a classic game show. And some good news about Alex trebek's, he's making incredible strides with his cancer treatment, and it's in near remission. So that's fantastic. That's fantastic news. So but we're gonna talk game shows in general. Best game shows are favorites weirdest all that three one two nine eight one seven two hundred is the phone number. Okay. Coming to the music box theatre, which is such a busy place. In June, June thirteenth through the twentieth will be the synod pockets film festival. Which is a basically like a genre film festival. That has screened a bunch of really great movies had premiers, tons of really amazing guests have crossed the threshold and been a part of it. Josh Goldblum is the founder and artistic director of sin apocalypse. And again, we're going to tell you all about it, and let's get Josh on here. Hey, Josh how you doing, man? They, Nick, thanks so much forever. Then I always look forward to this. Oh, no. I look forward to to buddy. I was looking at the lineup. Wow. That's I mean. Oh. I appreciate the music Hughes. That's man. That's tom. So, so Josh welcome back, buddy. Tell everybody about you about yourself and, and sin, apocalypse. Because it started out as Bruce, Campbell's horror film festival. Yeah. Started off with a a little known actor, Bruce Campbell kind of bad for them. So I let him name the festival. Yeah. Yeah. Started six years ago over in Rosemont with Bruce Campbell, you know, about three years, then it just kind of felt like something that we wanted to bro to broaden the scope on. And we teamed up with wonderful people over at the music box either and brought this beast to fruition. Yeah. Now, what's your background, Josh? Where are you from all that? I actually live in Philadelphia, but I've been involved in film program programming. Probably now for Lisa decades, I was program director for the Philadelphia film society for years at a live events company here in Philadelphia. We partnered with WorldCom Mikan for many years, essentially, what brought me out to Chicago with Bruce, and it's kind of been my second home for the past six years. Yeah. Cool. So you're in Philadelphia. So let me ask you, this is as a person from Philadelphia. What do you think a gritty? Huge. I mean, look, I feel like you're blowing up my spot here but I'm a huge flyers fan. So pretty. Everything right now. I have to say I mean, obviously, I'm a massive hawks fan, Josh and I'm a big. I love hockey. It's my, it's my favorite sport. But when gritty when gritty debuted it's been nothing but joy, I mean nothing. You know, it kind of felt like Netflix when it first came into existence, it was, like who is ever going to ever going to spend money to have their DVD's delivered by mail? Now, you know, worth what billions of dollars Grady, like what is this? This can't be real explode. Yeah. I think he's I think he's fantastic. I hear my office at work. Josh I have a gritty bobble head on my desk. Man, I belong to many Facebook ready digits. All right. Had to get the important important Philadelphia stuff out of the way you know that. Right. All right. So it's very exciting to be a part of this. What, what's the website that people can check out to get all the information for sin apocalypse? The website is sin apocalypse. John fest dot com. Okay. Sin sin, apocalypse. John Rufus dot com. And I know that they have information and they update the music box website regularly, as well. So, so let's talk about it, man. You got some of some really great screenings happening and some really incredible guests. Let's start out with opening night man, tell us tell everybody about opening night. So we have a major legend coming into town, Mr. Glendon, big COO is a punk rock and heavy metal econ. He's world premiering his new phone with us code. Veronica. Okay. Tell me about tell me about that movie. If you without giving away. I don't know anything about it. Okay. This is this is the secret of which which is kind of exciting. I mean, when a guy like went dancing, says, hey, we're remember my movie with you. You don't say, no, right? Yeah. Yeah, that's great. And he's going to be there. It's the first time. Yeah. I can safely say, confidently say this is the first time that we've ever programmed still without any of us actually seeing it. But you know from our standpoint. The time and time again is proven himself to just be like conic. I can't name somebody who's been in three bands all of which are just legendary. Yeah. So it's, you know, I think it's going to be it's going to be a one of a kind of these these these don't happen very often. And I, I grew up as a fan of the misfit is offended Dan's ache. It's so it's really exciting. I e e could win anywhere with his movie. He really could have. And, you know, he keeps his understood our sensibilities and, you know, from the moment we first spoke it was. Hey stupid. Yeah. I mean. No. I mean that's a huge get man. I mean, you know, having Glen dancing there live afterwards for QNA I mean, that's a huge, huge get you're going to have a monstrous crowd, man. I think he I think I think the music box is going to be packed that night. Yeah, I it will sell out. So if anybody is interested in attending, and buy tickets, we would definitely vice grab those tickets. Right now. Yeah, yeah. And that is Thursday June thirteenth at seven o'clock, and that kicks off the festival Thursday, June thirteenth seven o'clock with Glenn Dan's egg in attendance for the postal and you guys have had some amazing guests over the years. I just want to talk a little bit about that for a second. You've had the, the, the greatest John carpenter. Eli Roth Ernest Dickerson. You've had William Sadler, Barbara Crampton, Lana with what our ski Feddie Alvarez you know, this is really impressive stuff that you guys get every year. Eric roberts. Yeah, hello. I love Eric Roberts. Man. I love him. I love that guy. Stories we could tell being my buddy was in my buddy was in the dark Knight and has some Robert stories that he shared with me in and they're pretty key, so real quick, or Robert story. I think you'll appreciate it. He's the Eric Roberts vegan in. So we took him out to the Chicago diner for a meal the meal was running a little bit late. Eric Roberts gets up pulls the hostess aside into the corner and goes you knew who my sister is right. Fantastic. Line after line. That's great. Yeah. No. I got I got some stories from my buddy who is in the dark Knight. And he goes, he's in the he, he worked on heat at one scene in the movie, my, my buddies, the guy on the stand, who pulls the gun on Aaron Eckhart at the beginning in the courtroom. That's my, that's my buddy, Mike. And so obviously, Eric Roberts is in that scene. He got to work with them. And he, he's he really is, is a ball of joy. And it just goes to show people look at his, you know, Connex Omagh raphia, right? The guy's been in five hundred movies. Yeah. Wouldn't you meet him? You realize why? I mean everybody wants to work with him. He's, he's. He just becomes your best friend. Yeah. No question about it. Glad that's great. Okay. So some other people who are showing up this year. We'll get to that in a minute, but you're screening flatliners in a seventy millimeter presentation, which is very rare, seventy millimeter presentation. And that's on Friday, the fourteenth at seven. Yeah. You know, sometimes we have to put on our private detective track down to track down, these these, these prints Sony, who who we. So we founded Tony volt, but don't eat didn't even know that they had it, we literally had to insist just only to go search volt, we, you know, we ended up tracking I think the last time that the seventy millimeter print has screens was over a decade ago. I'm not I wouldn't be surprised probably you could probably count the times on your right hand. How many times this actual print has screened? Yeah. Well, I mean, the movie is nearly thirty years old. So, you know, this, this is going to be pretty amazing. That, that you're showing flatliners in seventy millimeter. I also also a Chicago film, some of the sequences in that movie were shot within walking distance of the music box. Absolutely. Yeah. Absolutely. And if I'm not correctly where all the flat lining went was at the field museum that they use if I'm not here was, yes. Exactly. It was the field museum. Yeah. Speaking of Eric Robert sister. That's a professional segway. I guess that's what we did there. I feel like the museum at one point you become a venue of ours. Should I mean what was it? What was it movie the, the Peter hainkel the relic the relic that was shot there, too? And so as Damian omen to Damian omen to wish out there. Yeah. Damian omen to shot in the field. Of course. It was. Enforce comes to show exactly. All right. Listen. Josh hang on. Okay. Man. No doubt. Okay. Cool Josh Goldblum is with us. He is the founder and artistic director of sin, apocalypse. A great John reform festival from June thirteenth to June twentieth. At the beautiful music box theatre here in Chicago. We'll tell you how you can get tickets. And there's a lot more events here special screenings and a guests that we're going to tell you about this is this is this is a hell of a lineup of movies and guests that they have this year. Really, really good stuff..

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"glenn dan" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"glenn dan" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"The legendary Johnny cash what says American more than Johnny cash. What says Americana more than Johnny cash that was the track thirteen I took that off the two thousand three box set unearth on American recordings that was specifically taken from disk five which is a collection of the best of Johnny cash on American recordings records that song was written for Johnny cash by Glenn Dan's now, my friends out there that like the punk rock and stuff. You know, Gwen dancing from the misfits from Sam Hain and from his solo work or the group named after him. Dan Ziege fantastic song. Oh, goodness. I love me some Johnny cash friends great country in the blues right there and before that was Stevie tombstone doing devils game and take him from the two thousand seven album devils game on Szostak media records. I'd love to tell you all about ski tombstone, you know, while I will tell you this. He started out back in the back in the eighties in Georgia in a punk rock. Outfit called the the tombstones. Well, it was more like country punk and blues punk and things like that. And don't be afraid of the punk rock friends. I'm not brave enough to try and buy it here on coffee county hootenanny because I may get in trouble. But anyway, Stevie tombstone now does great country and folk in the east just fantastic look them up Stevie tombstone. I'm professor Michael t you are listening to coffee county hootenanny here on wwl thunder radio. I'm with each Saturday and Sunday at six AM. Now, if you want to know anything about more about what I played or if you want me to remind you of tracks that I played. The best way to do that. As follow me on Twitter at Michael g c in. Now, you know, we have played Appalachian mountain music. We might vote today we have played country and blues. Well, I'm sorry. Well, country blues more specifically is what we're going to get into right now. This is lead belly the legendary lead belly join Gallus poll,.

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"glenn dan" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

09:41 min | 3 years ago

"glenn dan" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Euro on the show to is amazing because this guy has got a rock and roll pedigree. That is so long and so amazing working with the misfits. And of course, bringing back Glenn Dan sick. And and you regroup the entire Bandon you they backed touring touring. Yeah. They are. And they're better than ever. I mean, it was something that I always believed possible that people for years just said would never happen could never happen. And I just never gave up over the course of fourteen years every once in a while, I would inch towards it. The timing was right and everybody agreed. And and they are just doing phenomenally they're playing sold out arena shows and. Having a great time doing it. And we have no idea how long it will last. There's no time line on it. They're just taking it one step at a time doing one show at a time meets one of them could very well be the last time that they do it. But that's kinda the beauty and the magic of it is that you're really experiencing history. And you just never know if this will be the final one, but they're really genuinely having a great time. It's Glenn dancing and Jerry only the two original members and founders of the band outcome back together for the first time in over thirty three years, and it's just been absolutely incredible to witness now, speaking of bad, boys, glens are pretty bad. Boy, I've heard a lot of stories about Glen, do you have any good tour stories about Glen, maybe some weird encounters with him. I personally I love Glenn. I think that he's great, and I really wouldn't comment because I can't betrayed the trust of of the people that I work with. Yes. I do. I have any stories about anybody in particular. I will. I can tell you that. They're really really amazing guys and superheroes. I talk about when Rockstars we're superheroes, and the misfits really do fit that Bill. I think that there's no one else like them in music because they're the real deal removed from the original punk scene. But they have the vigor though, I tally and the ferocity of Metallica ten times over I just love the b movie fame. I love I love the crimson ghost. I love it. All I mean, that's the thing. I love about the misfits. But when I saw that and I saw the crimson goes. I saw you heard some of the songs that they were saying, of course, Glenn's amazing. And I'm a big misfits fan. So let's get back to a doctor demento wonderful story about how. Okay, so. A lot of people don't know the doctor demento lived with the band spirit the band gave us I got a line on you, babe. And so okay. So tell us the story you lived with the band spirit. And so what brought you guys together? Well, the club called the ash girls in Los Angeles where I worked and the club was owned by Randy California's uncle, so course, when the ban came together, they they played there. So that that's how we got together. That's the short version. Okay. And so you were you were living in the house with them. Nineteen sixty seven doing some writing. And. Okay. So tell us a story about how Charles band wish playing on they were rehearsing and. Windows rope. And it was a hot day in July or August. And so people would wonder up from down the road and listen to the music normally they didn't mind this guy's spirited line. But one of them Mark candy bass player came into where I wish rating, and he said there's this guy out there. He really gives us the creeps. Can you ask him to go away? So I went out there. And I said, well, well, sir. You know, this is private property and the band would really like they're probably seeing can you please. So leave go out you go up the road, and in a way, and he he glared at me and turned around and started walking away and saying you got bad Kerma. So we the only word she said, but I certainly registered his face in my mind, and it was about oh, maybe a year and a half later after the murders happened and Charles Manson was arrested. And so there was a big picture of the front page of the LA times. Oh my God. That's the guy. Yeah. So I have I have no proof positive, but you we should face. She would not freak out. Well, you know, that's funny because every time I've had an opportunity to talk with people in my career. I mean, when I was younger, I I was reading a lot of people from Timothy Leary media. A lot of people in my life. A lot of people in the music to Charles Manson always came up in conversation for some reason, you just one of those guys that was getting around. But see, you know, one of the things that impressed me. The most was when I was able to have a short meeting with Robby Krieger of the doors. He was touring and we actually had dinner with him. I was married to someone else at the time, and we were having dinner with him and the movie the doors was in theaters at the time. And so I was actually they're just my ear. You know, listening everything that Robbie was saying about Jim. And of course, you know, Jim was a complex character. And at times Krieger said that he was scared of GM that he was a scary person that he would verbally attack the audience. Sometimes you call them names. He excoriated them from, you know, even being there, and I had a friend who actually interviewed Danny sugarman, who is the manager of the doors and sugarman said that he believed that Morrison was more dangerous than Charles Manson. He said that he. Was the called. He was married to a wiccan a wiccan Richard something like that. He was in the sex magic that he claimed that there was an Indian spirit in his body. He called himself the lizard king saying the reptile blind. And so when we hear about, you know Morrison, and of course, he died in nineteen seventy one Morris was in all these occult stuff and crazy stuff it really I did some digging into some of the rumors about Charles Manson, and there's actually met Charles Manson Jim Morrison. And the thing is is that Morrison had connections. In fact, his father, I guess was in the military. He was he was military Intel actually and Gulf of Tonkin all that stuff was connected to to Morrison and then for the longest time they were saying that Morrison was alive. Now, what do you think about that idea that he lived or he faked his death for awhile, then eventually died dignity thing, there's any truth to that? I have no idea, but look at all the stories about Elvis when he died. Yeah. Well, I mean, see it's natural somebody who plays a big part in so many people's lives as such a magnetic personality. Even if you're just here is music, right? Suddenly, he's dead. People are going to have a hard time believing that and so they kind of search for clues that maybe it was all all of fake and then he's still alive somewhere working flipping burgers. A lot of people would say that for example. There was a guy. I can't remember his name. He was a Bank teller at the San Francisco branch of a Bank of America. Wall Fleischer, and he said seventy Seventy-three some guy came up and wanted to withdraw money in his name was James Douglas Morrison. And he said he looked like Jim Morrison, and that you know, that it was kind of bizarre that his his he was still on file there and somebody was withdrawing money that claim to be Jim Morrison. And of course, we talked earlier about the twenty seven club where you know Morrison. Twenty-seven Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin. What Turk Cobain maybe wind house all dying twenty seven? Ellen Wilson of canned heat, a dear friend of mine. No, really he died at twenty seven to see. And that's another thing. There was a guy by the name of Dave McGowan who actually wrote about the Mulholland kids the hippie movement musicians. Like, Frank Zappa, John Phillips, David Crosby, Stephen stills. In fact, I met David Crosby. But you had a lot of interviews with Zappa Zappa comment about any of those times. No interested in music. He wasn't really interested in rumors of stuff like that. I mean, maybe he may be interested by himself just for his own amusement. But it wasn't the kind of thing. He wanted to talk about he wants to talk about his music, right? He wanted to promote his music and promote other musicians that he loved who's who's music influenced him. So that we just talked about that. Did you ever get a chance to meet any of these people like mama Cass? She worked with John Phillips. Moms, and the pops did you ever meet any of these bands when you were not them specifically, but others mandrakes a couple of times you met Hendrix. Yeah. As a person and you met Dylan. Yeah. The first time I met Hendricks. He was just he was getting ready to play at the Monterey pop festival, which we should get that really broke him wide open in the stage. He was very shy. I said that I'd heard his first album an import from England and said how much should I loved it? And he was just whole. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Wow. Very shy and soft spoken, and and really nice. The other times that I met him. He was done done some sort of chemicals and wasn't really itself. So. Okay. Well, I wish you know. It was quite amazing a Dylan I could talk about him for a long time. Because I'm I'm from Minnesota like Kias, and I met him back there before we ever went to New York. That'd be that'd be great to.

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"glenn dan" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

09:10 min | 3 years ago

"glenn dan" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"On the show to is amazing because this guy has got a rock and roll pedigree. That is so long and so amazing working with the misfits. And of course, bringing back Glenn, Dan Zeke. And and you regroup the entire Bandon you back. Yeah, they are. And they're better than out or I mean, it was something that I always believed possible that people for years just said would never happen could never happen. And I just never gave up over the course of fourteen years every once in a while, I would inch towards it. The timing was right at everybody. Agreed. And and they're just doing phenomenally they're playing sold out arena shows on having a great time doing it. And we have no idea how long it will last. There's no timeline on it. They're just taking it one step at a time doing one show at a time. Meet one of them could very well be the last time that they do it. But that's kinda the beauty and the magic of it is that you're really experiencing history. And you just never know if this will be the final one, but they're really genuinely having a great time. It's Glenn dancing and Jerry only the two original members, and founders of the band come back together for the first time in over thirty three years, and it's just been absolutely incredible to witness now. Speaking of bad, boys, glens are pretty bad. Boy, I've heard a lot of stories about Glen, do you have any good tour stories about Glen, maybe some weird encounters with him. I personally I love Glenn. I think that he's great, and I really wouldn't comment because I can't betrayed the trust of of the simple that I work with. If I do. Stories about anybody in particular. I will share them. But I can tell you that really really amazing guys. They are superheroes. I talk about when Rockstars were superheroes, and the misfits really do fit out Bill that there's no one else like them in music on because they're the real deal there from the original punk scene, but they have the vigor and the ferocity of Metallica ten times over. I just love the b movie theme. I love I love the crimson ghost. I love it. All I mean, that's the thing. I love about the misfits. When I when I saw that. I saw the crimson goes tonight. Saw you heard some of the songs that they they were saying, and of course, Glenn's amazing. And I I'm a big misfits fan. So let's get back to a doctor demento wonderful story about how. Okay, so. Story. A lot of people don't know the doctor demento lived with the band spirit abandoned, gave us I got a line on you, babe. And and so, okay. So tell us a store you lived with the band spirit. And so what brought you guys together? Well, the club called the Astros in Los Angeles where I worked and the club which owned by Randy California's uncle, so of course, when the ban came together, they they played their so that that's how we got together. That's the short version. Okay. And so you were you're living in a house with them. Nineteen sixty seven and you're doing some writing. And okay. So tell us a story about how Charles living room the ban wish playing on they were rehearsing and. Windows rope and a hot day in July or August. And so people would wonder up from down the road and listen to the music normally they didn't line this guy's in spirited lying. But one of them, Mark, Andy. Bass player came into where I wish rating, and he said there's this guy out there. He really gives us the creeps. Can you ask him to go away? So I went out there. And I said, well, well, sir. You know, this is private property and the band would really like they're probably seeing can you please. So leave go out go up the road, and in a way, and he he glared at me and turned around and started walking away and say, you got bad Kerma, though, we were the only words he said, but I certainly registered his face in my mind, and it was about oh, maybe a year and a half later after the murders happened and Charles Manson was arrested. And so there was a big picture of the front page of the LA times. And I went my God. That's the guy. Yeah. So I have I have no proof positive on you say she would freak out. Well, you know, that's funny because every time I've had an opportunity to talk with people in my career. I mean when I was younger. I mean, a lot of people from Timothy Leary media a lot of people in my life. A lot of people in the music. To Charles Manson always came up in conversation for some reason, you just one of those guys that was getting around. But see, you know, one of the things that impressed me. The most was when I was able to have a short meeting with Robby Krieger of the doors. He was touring and we actually had dinner with him. I was married to someone else at the time, and we were having dinner with him and the movie the doors was in theaters at the time. And so I was actually they're just my ear. You know, listening everything that Robbie was saying about Jim. And of course, you know, Jim was a complex character. And at times Krieger said that he was scared of GM that he was a scary person that he would verbally attack the audience. Sometimes you call them names. The excoriated them for, you know, even being there, and I had a friend who actually interviewed Danny sugarman, who is the manager of the doors and sugarman said that he believed that Morrison was more dangerous than Charles Manson. He said that he was the called. He was married to a wiccan a wiccan witch or something like that. He said it was in the sex magic that he claimed there was an Indian spirit in his body. He called himself the lizard king saying, the add reptile blood. And so when we hear about, you know Morrison, and of course, he died in nineteen seventy one, you know, in Morris was into all these occult stuff and crazy stuff it really I did some digging into some of the rumors about Charles Manson, and there's actually met Charles Manson Jim Morrison. And the thing is is that you know, Morrison had connections. In fact, his father, I guess was in the military. He was he was military Intel actually and Gulf of Tonkin all that stuff was connected to to Morrison and for the longest time there were saying that Morrison was alive. What do you think about that idea that he lived or he faked his death for awhile, then eventually died d you think there's any truth to that? I have no idea, but look at all the stories about Elvis when he died. Yeah. But see it's natural somebody who plays a big part in so many people's lives as such a magnetic personality, even if you just curious music, suddenly he's dead. People are going to have a hard time believing that and so they kind of search for clues. But maybe it was all all the fake and then he's still alive somewhere working flipping burgers. No, a lot of people would say that for example. There was a guy. I can't remember his name. He was a Bank teller, the San Francisco branch of the Bank of America. It was well Fleischer, and he said and Seventy-three some guy came up and wanted to withdraw money in his name is James Douglas Morrison. And he said he looked like Jim Morrison, and that you know, that it was kind of bizarre that his his he was still on file there and somebody was withdrawing money that claim to be Jim Morrison. And of course, we talked earlier about the twenty seven club where Morris. Twenty-seven Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, you know, what Kurt Cobain Amy wind house all dying twenty-seven on Ellen Wilson of canned heat. Dear friend of mine. No, really he died at twenty seven to see. And that's another thing. There was a guy by the name of Dave McGowan who actually wrote about the Mulholland kids the hippie movement musicians. Like, Frank Zappa, John Phillips David Crosby. Stephen stills. In fact, I met David Crosby. But you had a lot of interviews with Zappa Zappa comment about any of those times. Interested in he wasn't really interested in rumors and stuff like that. I mean, maybe he maybe interested by himself just for his own amusement. But it wasn't the kind of thing. He wanted to talk about he wants to talk about his music, right? He wanted to promote is music and promote other musicians that he loved who's who's music influenced him. So that we just talked about that. Did you ever get a chance to meet any of these people like mama Cass? She worked with John Phillips mama's pops. Did you ever meet any of these bands? When you were. Not specifically, but others mandrakes a couple of times, you met Hendrix person any met Dillon. The first time I met Hendrix. He was he was getting ready to play at the Monterey pop festival which was the kid that really broke him wide open in the state. H he was very shy. I heard his first album import from England and said how much that I loved it. And he was just.

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