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"gunnar hansen" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

11:48 min | 6 months ago

"gunnar hansen" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"He was approachable Gunnar Hansen the test away Maryland Burns who played Sally had passed away The guy who Paul McCain who would play the part of Franklin and passed away so a lot of the Texas chainsaw massacre people were gone so I had a lot of literature already done. I mean the the Texas monthly. It done many articles by By different people involved with the movie I I mean I got perspectives. From the editors I got perspectives from the Matata for some of the people who had to collect the dead dogs if they lined up on a floor during the dinner scenes or make the atmosphere more feted but a lot of my research was going just beyond the. We're looking back at the Times. Researching Nixon researching the Environmental Movement researching Alice Cooper and the rise of death metal that that was going on at the time researching Some of the serial murders that were occurring. At that time there were a lot of them. You had the Zodiac Murders. That were going on the west coast primarily in the bay area but the bay area was a hotbed of bad vibes. You know in the Post chippy era. You hit the Zodiac. You had something called the Zebra murders which were these are racially motivated murders. That occurred between seventy three and seventy four. You had the kidnapping Patty hearst with the Symbionese Liberation Army So San Francisco became even though it's far from Austin. It became a satellite city to Austin to toby. Hooper's Austin because the two cities. The thing that put them together for me were was that there was a group that came out of Austin called The thirteenth floor elevators. They were among the first psychedelic groups from the sixties and their lead singer Had this nervous breakdown. I think he headed over to San Francisco is I guess. He became addicted to heroin. Or something I mean. It should just seemed like there. Was this travel between Austin and also Houston and San Francisco. I found kind of fascinating that both cities consider themselves the AVANGARD. The PSYCHEDELIC era. A lot of people know that about officer but also was one of the focal points of Psychedelic rock. So it'd be a lot of my research I would. I researched the movie. I watched the movie. I mean you know fast farting freezing frames but also a lot of other things that were happening. That might not often have been directly tied. I mean I can't give you positive. Proof that tobe hooper ever met the famous atheists metal and Mary O'hare but I can tell you that she was murdered. Texas chainsaw style and her dead body was in some type of all unmarked grave. Awesome so there. Were these strange coincidence. Going on was just death. Is there a God? Isn't there a God all these things that happened? I mean cemeteries are a big part of Texas chainsaw. Massacre people often bury their dead and cemeteries for hope that they have eternal rest somewhere. Some people don't agree with that. Some people think no we should just die. And that's it because who the heck wants the thing about an afterlife. Movie is not just a movie not something that you talk about and talk about how much it cost how much the production costs which studio took it over which distributors which Mafia people owned it at one point or whatever movie is something that individuals carry with them especially the movie they liked they carry with them in their subconscious part of thinking they sometimes use as metaphor. It becomes a way of there being able to understand movies more and I think Texas chainsaw massacre is an American classic. It's right there with the wizard of Oz is just an American classic so I wanted to look at. The movie is just not just about the actors and the production and then the money. But you know how did this? How does Apply to the to the life of Madeline. Mary O'hare who was who was developing her atheist movement in Austin From from the mid sixties onward. How did this? How did this tie in with the the whole strange death culture in rock music and and with Alice? Cooper for instance and the rise of heavy metal with with Black Sabbath and whatever and so A movie is more than just a movie. A movie does a one. C One person wrote a very a nice wonderful positive review of my book and the person wrote no movie exists within a vacuum right. I think that was wonderful and I some movies might exist. More vacuum I Texas chainsaw is not one of them a film and you know again that that English Department boss who told me I could show the movie to My Students was was really very I think I'm Andy CAPP mentally. She should understand the impression you just hit her own prejudices against the film. Oddly enough I don't know if you know that's not but horror movies have an appeal for both men and women now used to be considered more of a guy thing and usually have a thing called chick flicks which artist popular anymore. But I would. Every time I taught a class I would have a raising of hands who who likes horror films and The the boys and girls pretty much even that they become kind of a cross gender Interest now and they become so popular. Now some are good and some are not so good. I was really glad to that. You Cover Elmer Wayne Henley and the Houston mass murderers. Oh boy that was something else and I you know. That was one thing when I first saw the film. You know when it opens its says it. It's it's dated. August eighteenth nineteen seventy three and. I'm thinking that's strange. Because of the Elmer Wayne Henry Murders. The candyman murders happened around. They were announced to the media around August eighth around the time that they wrap the the first pro. Principal production of Texas chainsaw massacre strangely a few years before that I think that the the Manson murders occurred around that. And I don't know that that's that's I don't WanNa get too metaphysical with the coincidences. But I wonder why. Why the coincidence with the with the candyman murders and all those young men being chopped up in murdered and raped and whatever terrible stories because it seemed to have happened after they wrapped up but no Kim Henkel had mentioned it. One of the Inspiration for the film was candy. Land murders and I remember in his book. Gunnar Hansen said No. It's impossible because chronologically didn't happen because we stopped filming August eighth but no no no. They did post production. They did after shots afterward. The beginning scenes where you see the gray for you. See that that You know that the sack relies body and you see the snapshots of the body parts that all happen afterwards so much to to a t to the to the description of the of the of candy land murders that. I can only see that. They knew of that and that they want to bring that in. I mean if you if there was the famous book about the Candy Land Murders that. I read which are really put it in the perspective. It was amazing How much they capture the horror of of of of those murders in those first few scenes at the movie There's a book called the man with the candy. Fact by a guy named Jack and Really sums up the horror but no I think that For movies the movies beginning shots were done after that were that were done after the candyman murders in the coral Henley And deed quarrel stuff Was was known so no I think definitely that the Candy Man's haunting that film. Tell me about that. Sound the sound that I associate with Texas chainsaw massacre how was that made the Guy Wayne Bell was one of the soundmen and I think it was just using a regular saw against a glass. I think that was one of the effects I I haven't listed the book. That's one of the questions is is very specific They're using all sorts of but what I think they were using a regular saw in just scraping it against a surface. It could have been a class surface or table. They're using a lot of found. Sounds I know that. They want to do approximate. The sound of slaughterhouse of squealing of screaming animals about to die so they How they got that. Actual th you know. Scraping of metal is something that is very prominent and and and and and the sounds. It doesn't really have music. The only music is is actual source music coming from a radio. You know the couple's Erie country songs you know y'all fool for blonde or whatever but no I I believe that Wayne Henley one of the things he did was just teach us a straight A. Saw against a hard surface. Tell me a little bit more about Alice. Cooper because I was picking up on how much you are referring to Cooper throughout the book I mean especially things like dead babies. I love the dead Alice. Cooper had various stages. It's funny because when Alice Cooper started on he became. I know in the nineteen sixty nine. It was more like it. Was this kind of this sexual adventure like He. He would come on in women's clothing and it was about this. This of you know this pre you know uh gay liberation kind of feeling that was going on their traditional sex roles that I think woodstock generation reinforces idea adamant even nature. People started thinking. That was a bunch of BS. By the Alice. Cooper started coming around and what happened. Is Alice Cooper went from that to being the progenitor glitter to the floor of a horror? Show where By the time he was doing dead babies he was taking baby dolls and shopping member with hatchets and and one in one show he would hang he he would be hanged fulmer my Margallo's and then later he was he was he was beheaded. And a guillotine so what it was was that I think people's sense of identity confusion was being Inter larded with this interest. In the ultra violence and a clockwork orange became popular in the early seventies at became Big ICON in an American cinema. And I think an Alice Cooper just reflected this this growing sense of angst. I mean There was a sense of sadness about Alice. Cooper's shows I mean he is a person he always tried to impress upon interviewers that he wasn't really violent which is true but I think also began and much more profound away all about just sexual confusion because he would come on with Tarantula I make up and then he got more pushed into kind of horror. Heavy metal thing but either way you look at Alice. Cooper it reflected A leather face world. Because don't forget leather. Phase has a couple of genders to at one point he. He's he's dressed the matron of the house. And there's a scene that was taken out of the The movie that you can see..

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"gunnar hansen" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

04:20 min | 10 months ago

"gunnar hansen" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Well whether Clinton or paranormal or anything it is a combined experience we we say that all the time skeptic or non believers just someone who hasn't had an experience yet and I'll tell you one the thing very quickly that you know I've talked to many people in the because of my involvement in the paranormal and they'll say to me I I don't believe in that stuff but you know what happened me when I was ten years old and then they have a story I'm thinking to myself if you don't believe it how could you even relating the story to me right let's jump back to the phone for one more call gonna squeeze this in quickly this is John in Kansas city Hey John welcome to the show Hey good show as usual thank you thanks for getting my call when I was six years old my dad moved us to a three story Victorian mansion in Santa Barbara California I might call you guys about this before yes it was yeah this place is haunted the hail it was supposedly a ship captain it coming from C. M. X. that clean cut his wife on the third floor with a guy killed them both and then killed himself on the third floor and we and my dad was kinda warned about it yet see anybody is land lower than the rest of his personal loan which could when anybody saw on it you mean a marine and the cowboys from Wyoming needs lastminute freedom that he goes this house is so bad we actually had a Franciscan monk from the old mission come in and do an exorcism on the house that still didn't do anything but we would hear female board currently screens in the middle of the night one and this is like a ten bedroom house she hello we'll be sleeping in the same room the place would get like cold like ice on the wall we always from like ever somebody ready we simply a game when we were kids we get on the second floor landing we try to touch the third floor and I did it one time and some seasoning for and all that I was like holy crap and it's my older brother to course we stop play in that game yeah but this house the doors will open and close you either be a window open one second when there was in the window open you always had a creepy feeling in there I mean we lived there for a year or I think the ghost got used to us but we also thought they follow this to our next else really is yes some evil and that this wasn't yet you know like that nature does is like an evil thing and my brother and I would sleep in this one room and upstairs heavy heavy pacing back and forth like somebody with was walking the floor above the we my dad about one time he said nobody ever goes up on the third floor is just awful young nothing nobody ever lived there and yeah I mean this is a creepy previous place that was a you know I guess it has a history in the area having all this stuff go down well certainly sounds creepy and it sounds like those are the type to members of the stick with you forever unfortunately John right of time I think last time you called to you called at the end of the program you get a call little bit earlier can spend a little more time talking about this because it sounds like a fascinating experience J. W. that sounds like a great inspiration for your next book you might want to talk to John about this probably a lot of stories all right we just have about a minute left once again let people know where they get a hold of your books follow your work and keep track of what you're up to sure my hub for everything is odd things I've seen dot com but you can find books on Amazon anywhere else to sell books I'm around and I have to ask you this question because anybody who is into horror and scary I I like to know what's your favorite horror movie can you come up one yeah Texas chainsaw massacre all really okay that's a great one the original nineteen seventy four Toby Hooper one of the figures made by a madman yeah you know it's a it's a bit of a sad story I can squeeze in quickly Gunnar Hansen who played leather face in that film is a friend of mine and I was having dinner with him just two weeks before he passed away and he had told me at that point that he had some medical issues and and he wasn't sure of his building they could make his next appearance and next thing I knew he died of pancreatic cancer so you know it was a real lost anybody who's a horror film fan especially at the Texas chainsaw massacre fan anyway J. W. great conversation thank you so much for spending the time with us and we hope to have you back on the program at some point yeah thanks for inviting me had a blast all right we're gonna go to break when we come back we'll wrap things up it's beyond reality radio will be right back.

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"gunnar hansen" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

First Class Fatherhood

01:52 min | 11 months ago

"gunnar hansen" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

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"gunnar hansen" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

First Class Fatherhood

02:17 min | 11 months ago

"gunnar hansen" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

"Joining me now first class. Father Gunnar Hansen in welcome to first-class fatherhood. Hey thanks for having me on. Let's start here. How many the haven't how old are they? I have four kids. I have a daughter. That's thirteen another daughter. That's ten a son that's seven and another son that's five. Yeah you're right there with me. What what type of sports or activities into we we the You know we and and kind of in opposition to the push of today's culture we try not to To like burden the schedule with a you know you know thinking that all of our kids are going to other pro- professional athletics. And so we kind of. I think we've you sports parts and stuff more as hobbies so we have You know my daughters. My oldest daughter's gone in and out of horseback riding and now she's kind of in between in and not not doing that so much. I have another daughter that her she likes kind of Danson one day a week and then my my my oldest son. He likes likes doing how he plays hockey so he plays hockey on Tuesday nights. And and then both of the boys do a very non-competitive Kinda like once a week doc. Soccer at their school sort of thing. So okay yeah very cool donor. If you could just take a minute here please hit my listeners with a little bit about your background and what you do well I After High School I enlisted in the Navy while at high school I graduated high school in Nineteen ninety-three went to boot camp you interviewed Chris Gomez S. O.. CRISCO medicine I were were really much peers. We went through buds together We served in the beginning and then for La from my last tour in the Navy we served as instructors together so I did. Twelve twelve years in the navy All as as a navy seal obviously I was seeing three and then ended as a first phase instructor and then I separated from the service and what was it two thousand five and from two thousand five till present time. I've been a senior pastor at a church in San Diego California. Yeah that's incredible ride. They're going there. And how old were you about when you first became a dad and had it becoming a father trying to change your perspective on like Well I would. Let's see here so so my my.

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"gunnar hansen" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"gunnar hansen" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"Hard core, businessman, you better have your better have a plan. So we thought let's do for you can have nobody can't lose with that. Look at all the all the classic horror movies of the seventies. Halloween. Jamie Lee Curtis. She was nobody right? She was nobody a lot of those moves state so massacre Gunnar Hansen. Nobody you know to this day. I don't understand what I see a trailer for a horror movie, I think you don't need anyone anything or anything. You just have a good story with good actors, and you got it. What what is he stars always stars? So hostile you know, you just put a guys Dicken of ice for an hour. You're done. It's two guys in a vice. Screw. But so we that's what sort of left us into sort of taking a weird detour into horror so much later in the game. We would inject the horror the comedy back into it evil that one is a melodrama. And it's we can't bury. We've got a berry. Shelly. We can't bury Shelly, she's a friend of ours. I mean just in name conversations, but played straight everyone talks about how campaign, it ain't campy. It's can't be because we're failing quite off. That's you know, for you to be able to easily played into it. Yeah. Oh, we know. It was campy. Oh, sure. Don't we did not ended by this? I was not offended. But if they like it they like it then that'll give shit. But what saved the movie was a lot of Sam Raimi's wacky visuals. And he was he really was ahead of the curve, the movie doesn't really look like other horror movies visually. How did you know that he he was that good? Sam was right from the. He was weirdo. Number one. What year was this odd junior high school? I saw on the first time west maple junior high school. I'm walking down the hallway this guy dressed like Sherlock Holmes sitting on the floor the middle of the fucking hallway playing with dolls. I was like, right. Let's go around that guy turned out to these same Ramey. And I busted him on later. He goes, I go you were that guy playing with dolls in the middle of the hallway weren't you? I was making a movie I'm like ever, no cameras around you ever just fucking true. Like with the magnifying glass. Oh, I very interesting. He's walked up to people like seven their face. So I voted him. I see him again until eleventh grade I'm taking typing class, and I'm like fuck does anybody wind up on typing class who who wants up in these classes, I took I didn't pick typing they assigned it to me randomly. I'm like, and I never gone to counselors before. I I didn't even know I was very straight. Laced? I didn't even know that you could like drop classes, I thought you take the classes they give in Shelvin. It's a school. That's supposed to be fun. Right. I went to the counselor. I went because I sat in that typing going. Oh my God. I looked around everyone knew how to type I'm how do they know how to type isn't that? Why you take the class? I felt like the loser. Number one, peck, peck, peck, peck, peck, peck council goes, yeah, you can drop the class. I'm like, oh my God. What are you got? I got. Now. Radio speech and went radio speech. What is wait separate radio spear and how to be a DJ? Oh, yeah. I took in in grin in pounds of sound stacks of wax, do Greece. This was this Kayla's Kayla's where where you you know, know, you're. you're you're back winding them in the queue boat in. And I went I'll take it..

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"gunnar hansen" Discussed on Bloody Date Night

Bloody Date Night

06:57 min | 1 year ago

"gunnar hansen" Discussed on Bloody Date Night

"Hey, guys. Josh you're from bloody dateline. Good news. We're getting money. Today's episode is sponsored by audible dot com. Audible dot com has got over four hundred twenty five thousand audiobooks audible is offering our listeners a free audiobook download with a thirty day trial. All you gotta do is go to WWW dot audible trial dot com slash bloody date night and pick something that tickles your fancy. What are you listening to Josh good question voice in my head? I'm listening to chain saw confidential by Gunnar Hansen. You know, uncle leather face. So what are you waiting for go to WWW dot audible trial dot com slash bloody date night. Thanks so much guys. See on the other side. Surgery. Sounds. Michio. I thought we'd hope in with that. Tones of Paris Hilton. Welcome. Cheeses air, we go. Well, that was fun. Well, what what are we doing? What is this? Well, I I've it's buddy date night. Yes. Welcome. Hi. Hi. And also for people who've not listened to the podcast since or joining the last year, I guess apron movies, April is the month of my birth. Which means I get to pick the movies that Josh has never seen as a revenge. I was gonna say fuck you. Fuck you a turnabout? Sure. A turntable. There's some of them in this. Yeah. If the run by octogenarian. Yeah, they're definitely a little. Yeah. Octogenarian DJ. This is kind of Jesus. So for the month of my birth. We will do to movies that I've seen many times the Josh's never seen. And I thought I would start with. A musical. It's you know, what? And I and if there is one show it to me, and then I will watch it. This is this is repo the genetic opera opera. God, dammit is it ever. Ever an opera and DEA. Yeah. This is this is it this is a, you know. And and it's so funny is like originally, the concept would be what would it take free for me to show you to make you leave me? And I think what you've just done is is accomplished. What I was to leave me over repo the define. Oh, wow. Cheeses. Yeah. I'll I'll be totally honest when I picked this movie. I I was like this isn't it haven't seen in forever. I wonder how it holds up if it holds up answer. No, not really Asmara. Watching this movie. I was slowly watching my arm and a Jack's skeleton cat tattoo threat showing up and then like a son forty one tattoo was going on my risk than it is so solidly two thousand eight Jesus Christ. But also, yeah, I would say selfishly it was a little bit. Like, you know, what gestures maybe watch some real clunkers in the name of this podcast, and I'm gonna make. His through one. And did and you did. And I knew you probably weren't going to like it. But you know, what I thought it'd be fucking hilarious. And yes. Jesus christ. I watch you scores of this that I have so many questions about. Oh, yeah. And the other thing is that there are people in here that I am genuinely do feeler talented. It's a really good cast. I say that is so bizarre. What the fuck is this? Is it actually part part of my excitement here is can you give us a had you ever heard of this movie before? Yeah. Like a while ago. Like, I never had any interest in it. I will because I'll be on as like the one that. I was like when I heard about it. I was like all right. And then somebody mentioned her Paris Hilton was in executive says this when she was really big, right? Yeah. Yeah. Right. I guess she's still is big. But this is our peak. Yeah. Then Amelia lost interest in it. So I just really had an, and then I think this is around the time when I was in was room was this. You would have been out of college. When was this doesn't eight. Oh, I thought it was like two thousand one no shit. I'm pretty sure it's two thousand twelve. Okay. All right. Yeah. I mean because I do remember I do remember like hearing about it. But it was like kind of like old theater friends. Jim just like if you have you heard of genetic whatever the fuck this movie is. Geriatrics repo opera. And I was like, no, no, no. And they're like, you should we should go. And I was like, no, I don't really want to pulse or venos- in this. Yeah. And I generally do like Paul Sorvino because he's a good actor. But I guess they wanted like a poverty type. Yeah. Or like a Montague? There's a lot of weird things. Well, it is. I mean, he's using he's doing Capulet from Romeo, and Juliet, it's it's a very operatic epic movie, which is what makes it kind of hilarious. They need to call. This movie is. Real the real title of this movie should've been everything was happy until. Because that is what a lot of these titled cards that we see introducing characters back stories of these this movie is like eight movies in one. Hey, let's just focus on one movie. Well, the guy the guy who plays the great Robert, by the way is also this was a stage musical okra in LA. I think and then it was all over then they adapted it so the guy who's the grave robber. Okay. Wrote the muse the stage Hershon great. And this is the second of a planned trilogy. That has never happened. No. Yeah.

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"gunnar hansen" Discussed on Bloody Date Night

Bloody Date Night

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"gunnar hansen" Discussed on Bloody Date Night

"Hey, guys. Josh you're from bloody dateline. Good news. We're getting money. Today's episode is sponsored by audible dot com. Audible dot com has got over four hundred twenty five thousand audiobooks audible is offering our listeners a free audiobook download with a thirty day trial. All you gotta do is go to WWW dot audible trial dot com slash bloody date night and pick something that tickles your fancy. What are you listening to Josh good question voice in my head? I'm listening to chain saw confidential by Gunnar Hansen. You know, uncle leather face. So what are you waiting for go to WWW dot audible trial dot com slash bloody date night. Thanks so much guys. See on the other side. Ooh, big old babies had big O babies. You listen to Iraq, Jack in the Jakov W K O P O N. Why am I Jack off? That's you Jack and Jag. That's you. We're here to go and give you some shot JAT morning radio. All the weight you have fucking. But seriously, the boat crash that happened yesterday. I couldn't help but be moved by. Now, I want to Jack Jack. Oh my God. No guys. It's not Jack Jack talk in the Jag offs. I don't know. What the hell did? I don't either. But this is bloody Nate night in my name. Is who am I am? I Stephen Steve. My name's Steven. Yep. Stephen Mack, Dennis MAC. Dennis name is Steven mcdonagh's. Across from me is jerky jerk off MC. I have to be jerk jerk job. You got to be the comic relief. You've got to be the out of line. Like co host who I've got to be like, hey, come on lists. Hey, we got some listeners out there might be Amish. They might take offence. Man, Luen radio was like that is radio still like it did might be. I have no idea. What's weird is being in New York? I realized how much I don't listen to radio because I used to listen to the radio in my car. But when you don't drive, right. You are out of radio. And then you're like what is this song that everyone's talking about baby shirk baby shirk? Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. The same thing with the baby monkey thing anything, but baby in it member baby monkey now. Yeah, exactly. It was a big thing for a while. Now went away. So anyway, speaking of animals be spe- what does that mean? That's my very first note for Candyman hike man, I love recess visas. The Candyman can cause he mixes it with love makes the world as good. I really was frightened by Sammy Davis junior in this movie. And I never want to ever think of him another way ever again. He's very tall in this movie. He's a very man he's a very tall man in this movie. Yeah, candyman. Yeah. From I think it's like nineteen ninety four nineteen ninety six something like that. Let's say I will look it up nine hundred ninety two thousand nine hundred ninety two. Wow. Do you know anything about this movie? You know, I remember this movie because it would have come out when I was a kid. And I know that it was. Like a slumber party movie. Oh, yeah. It was old girls love this. Because you would you go look in the mirror and your Candyman. Yeah. Well, it's like Bloody Mary though. Yeah thing. Okay. All right. So you wait. You never watched this on the slumber party. Not. Okay. But it was slumber party movie. It was I remember I think we've talked about before like laser feathers tip is

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"gunnar hansen" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"gunnar hansen" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Ziprecruiter is rated number one by employers in the US that's based on hiring sites on trust pilot with over one thousand reviews. Ziprecruiter, the smartest way to hire. And right now, you can try ZipRecruiter for free. That's right for free. Just go to ZipRecruiter dot com slash work. That's ZipRecruiter dot com slash work. Ziprecruiter dot com slash work. Karen Curtis with news talk. Eight fifty WPRO news break it is day. Twenty six of the partial government shutdown with no end in sight. It's day two of attorney general nominee William bars confirmation hearing bar served as a general under president, George H W Bush was selected by President Trump to replace Jeff Sessions as head of the Justice department an influx of Swedish journalists coming to Broward County to cover the arrest of a famous sports caster bow Gunnar Hansen. The eighty five year old was arrested in Coral Springs last week for allegedly groping a thirteen year old boy at a park was the big story at first people couldn't believe it. So simply Hanson is considered one of Sweden's most famous TV personalities covering sports events like the Olympics in the World Cup. Martin county. Sheriff William Snyder fired deputy Stephen O'Leary after nine people here arrested were released from jail and charges dropped the sheriff says the substances collected inas narcotics related arrests were not. Actually drugs and one of the cases the substance turned out to be headache powder. Now, the sheriff has a headache. But he doesn't believe O'Leary was planting evidence power. And we're trying to get into his mind and find out exactly what happened. He says. Detectives are reading every report written by deputy O'Leary combing through about eighty drug related arrests during his eleven month probation period O'Leary could face charges including official misconduct, El Chapo could take the witness stand in his Brooklyn, drug trafficking trial. But as Sara Lee Kessler tells us he would open himself up to questioning about an enormous bribe allegedly paid to a former Mexican president. We're talking a hundred million dollars L chop us. One time the Societa dropping bombshell testimony Tuesday about a bribe allegedly paid for her president and reggae pain in the Eto to look the other way Joaquin Guzman will be answered questions about that. If he testifies as well as questions about allegedly ordering hits on rifles, trafficking and coke and illegal firearms and money laundering. L topos lawyers have filed paperwork for him to testify. But there's no final decision yet. Thoroughly cancel. NBC News Radio New York. Next update at ten o'clock. I'm Karen Curtis. Stay connected with news anytime at eight fifty WT L dot com. This report is sponsored.

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"gunnar hansen" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"gunnar hansen" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Ninety five news is a service of the Dunkin to oh at his Senate confirmation hearing today attorney general nominee William bar said it is vitally important that special counsel. Robert Muller be allowed to complete his Russia investigation. I don't believe Mr. Muller would would be involved in a witch hunt bar pledged not to fire Mueller without cause and said he will not be bullied a seventh suspect accused of human trash. Speaking out of Saint Petersburg has turned himself in Curtis grew well and six others are accused of using teenage boys as sex slaves. Investigators rescued two boys who were living in a filthy trailer in Saint Pete with four men. Swedish journalists coming to Florida to cover the arrest of sports caster bow Gunnar Hansen one of Sweden's most famous TV personalities, the eighty five year old was arrested in Coral Springs last week for allegedly groping a thirteen year old boy in a park Hanson remains jailed on a one hundred thousand dollar bond. You need channel eight forecast calls for a clear skies and a chilly forty five tonight. We'll be sunny and sixty eight tomorrow, sixty degrees now at your severe weather station. Newsradio WFL a our next update. Coming up at five. I'm Dana health. Saint Petersburg is committed to working to have you initially seen by a medical professional in thirty minutes or less. Given the sometimes dramatic fluctuations were seeing the stock market these days, it's understandable that folks are very much concerned about their financial futures. There's so many factors that impact our markets from the fed to world events to what happens in DC Beijing and Moscow that's where.

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"gunnar hansen" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

How Did This Get Made?

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"gunnar hansen" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

"Keep presents us with three DVD's of the daemon lover an indie horror film from nineteen Seventy-six that features an interesting cast of characters including its co-director Donald g Jackson director of the headed. Skip made a film hell comes to frog town and a number of odd B movies. The cast includes such names as Val Myrick co creator of the Howard deduct film Gunnar Hansen best known as leather face in. The original Texas chainsaw massacre and Christmas Robbins, aka the codirector, a lot of directors is actors in this movie. It also does interesting Gunnar Hansen. Also noted on. I am db is offering several good books on knives. That doesn't sell you just check out the soundtrack which scream seventies. And no funding from guy who looks like Frank Zappa. So here's the deal. This movie is unavailable anywhere else. But David burnt it for us and gave us even a USB stick the problem with movies. Like, this is it's hard for us to get this out to the masses. I I'm going to put this in a player at one point when I can stomach the nerve to it. You know, indie films scare me in bad. Indie film, scare me. So, but thank you. It's it's on a shelf now, and I will grab at this probably sometime over the Christmas break. So thank you. David Taylor for thinking of us. This is a nice Halloween car. We got a little bit late but probably late because we picked up the mail late. And I appreciate it. I appreciate a holiday card people. This is from the Tremblay's or the tumbles Patrick Kathleen Evelyn in dusty. Thanks for all the last and getting us through the scary nights. Well, that's nice again. Nice. Helen carte people. Don't do Halloween cars as much as they should. Oh, another Halloween card. Oh boy. This is a song a children's song, and that should be if I can sing it for you, the children fear the night men who rise not singing. I'm talking the children fear the night man who rises along with the bodies, he prays. So at dusk. They will hide. And they're scary disguises hoping they won't be the next victim. He sleighs they will sing a song as an offering to lull him away from leaving his Mark holy shit. This is Dr he will rise as a sun goes down. They will sing he will rise when the day gets dark. He will take a few of the elders who have forgotten how to play pets will serve as orders. The children's are always. Entree fuck. He swipes the babies away. And they all were turned bearing his Mark are they his children. Now. Maybe all I know for sure is he will rise. The sun goes down. They sing he will rise when the day gets dark happy Halloween from Patrick tumbler. Wow. That children's song man is dark. I'm saving that over here. Going to read that to my children tonight at bed ho still feeling it. I feel that could be a movie. We got a birthday card from the mean book club, that's Sarah, Clara, Johanna and Sabrina. And so basically, they write us. Congratulations on two hundred episodes. We've been huge fans for years and even at tended, your Anaconda live show in Brooklyn. We love you guys so much. In fact, you inspired us to start our own podcast, the mean book club where we read shitty near time bestsellers and rip them apart. While you guys already reading you're doing way more work than we would we would absolutely die. If you check out an episode and Volterra even reviewed them their episode on the secret. So that's a good place to start. Well, this is actually great. So if you if you have here a little bit more smart than us, and and you want to hear about books and the books being shitty. You can check out the the mean book club. I just gave them a plug. But you know, what I like people who read so I always will plug anyone who's doing a podcast where they're reading a book a week. God bless. Next up is this is cool. This is a promo for a choose your own adventure har- game on Amazon. Alexa, wait a second. You can do this. All right. So our friends Nathan and the team at Dagenham media, send us this thing. It's nine hundred eighty five year survival is in your own hands choose.

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"gunnar hansen" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"gunnar hansen" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"About six hours one day putting together this new ad slick, and I met up with him in a handed over the ad slick. I made copies of the apps like I had a bunch of copies over him. And he laughed and I looked at my phone, and there was an apology from a friend of mine who had found me on Facebook and said, I'm really sorry to hear about Connor. And I looked up what she was talking about. And he had passed, and it was very depressing 'cause I had missed seeing him the year prior. He had released a book called chain saw confidential which was his experience making Texas chainsaw massacre. I'd missed the signing. I thought it was going an hour later than it actually did. And we actual plans to go to dinner, and I called him on the way saying that I was on my way, he had told me had already left. Sounded a little mad, and I felt terrible. I thought it went from pots from two pm to five in a wing from two to four. So I missed him. And that was the first thing that popped in my head was damn it. Not only did. I miss the signing. I missed seeing him one last time and about a week later it just popped in my head. I just spoken to a friend of mine who was in a band called the three D invisibles, which is a local Detroit band, and they wrote a song that I introduced her to back in nineteen ninety four when picked him up from the airport. I played the song foreign called dinner with leather face that these guys wrote, my friend, Rick is the lead singer guitarist of the band. I just talked to him so creepy Rick. We had just corresponded about a week after me finding out about gunner step, and for some reason that saw I hung up and that song popped in my head. And I went holy shit. This is a documentary that that's why the song exists. Because I thought kinda needs he's done so many things aside from being an actor in John films a lot of ABCD movies. She was a writer. He was a documentarian. He was a scholar. He was one of the first guys to work on computers. Apparently, he was a boat captain like he did all of these things. And I thought, you know, he really people really need to know who he really was as one of the first stories gonna ever told me the first time it was in Michigan. We hung out aside from the convention circuit. And that when he called me and said, I'm in town. Let's go get dinner tonight. He told me the story of how when he works on Hollywood chainsaw hookers. The driver that picked him up from the airport shut the entire time that drove to set because he was so scared that he was like leather face that she couldn't speak to. Him. He was afraid garner was really letter farthest from the truth gutter is gutter was the exact opposite of lettuce. We're leather face. Would you know fit you up to chain saw gunner would never do that. He would never harm you. He was always just very sweet that always many laugh, so a week after understanding all of these ideas and all these these memories and thoughts flooded in my head and creepy Rix song popping in my head kind of solidified. It I said I title I haven't title track. So I ended up talking to creepy. Rick again shortly. They're accurate said, look I'm gonna make Gunnar Hansen documentary sort of a tribute documentary to show people who he was for real. And I would love to use the song you guys wrote for the movie because he loved it and creepy Rick didn't skip a beat. He's like absolutely do it. So I've been working on this documentary for over two years. Is now slowly. But surely 'cause I started with no money, and I'm continuing shooting with no money, but hopefully, we have we have some news. Hopefully in the next couple of weeks that we might get finishing funds. So, but I'm still doing it for gunner and right now, I'm cutting together. A rough cut for these two companies that are interested in potentially giving us finishing funds for yourself. Tell me about the current state of hatred of a minute hatred of minute is currently being reassembled or a Blu Ray release last summer. I went back to Michigan. Thanks to Bruce..

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"gunnar hansen" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"gunnar hansen" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"Out and we'd raised a little more work on it and run out. So it was a long process. And that was when the the time when I felt that there was a distance simply because I really didn't have anything report. And I felt that he might have gotten frustrated that the movie didn't happen as fast as he would've liked to. I know I was frustrated that the movie didn't happen as fast as I would have liked to. So we didn't talk as much, but but we remained friends until he passed will tell me about dinner with leather face. How did that come about? I believe in Saron deputy, and I've leave in little omens and things happen for reason. Hatred had come out in two thousand three through anchor bay. And unfortunately, didn't make as much noise as I would have liked it to anchor bay was going through some managerial changes management changes. And it didn't get the release. I thought it was going to especially when they said they were going to hype it up and Bruce Campbell had his. Name on it as a producer Gunnar Hansen was one of the stars, and which was a little depressing. So it came out it had its release the re the rights reverted back to me ten years later. I had been in in two thousand fifteen I've been actually searching to get a re release of the movie after looking for someone to be after looking for someone to redistributed for a year. And my buddy Jeff was going to the American so market. And I spent he needed an ad slick, which is basically for those of you don't know it's an eight by ten that has like the movie poster art on the front and on the back. It's it's basically a sales sheet tells you what the movie's about who's in it. How long it is? And that it's valuable in these. Territories are worldwide or whatever. So it's just basically a big car that you can hand distributors go. Hey, you wanna buy movie it's ready to go? So I just put together new ads lick because he was going to the American so market. And he had a couple of distributors that he thought might redistribute the movie since anchor Bay's distribution rights had run out in the rights reverted back to me..

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"gunnar hansen" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"gunnar hansen" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"And as we were literally getting ready to go to this meeting where we had a I had a VHS tape where it's like all my old super eight films on it and a VCR, and we were carrying like electronics with us, heavy electron IX television to show this guy that I was serious about making movies that made little movies, and we had our paperwork and things like that that we wanted to show off and my the phone rang, and it was Bruce Campbell. And he said, basically, I'm not going to give you any money because I don't have any I'll help you out as much. As I can. But there I can't invest, and I don't know any investors who are willing to give money. But I I'm glad to give you any advice you need to pursue your dream. And I never gave up. He calls it the flake test. Every two years she sort of reevaluate where I was as far as was I continuing to do what I needed to do. And learn what I needed to learn and hustle and still be interested still stay focused, and I was still focused and still pursued it and got hungrier and hungrier to just try and make a movie, so we became it went from us being just a acquaintances to friends and family 'cause I've known him for see nineteen eighty nine ninety. Yeah. It's like over half my life, but it was all because of dumb letter dumb informal business letter. Yeah. You ended up working with him. Just a ton like. Again, looking at your for Maga fy. It's just like so many things and looking at your video channel all the promos that you did for his last book. I mean, it feels like there's a real good working relationship between you guys. That's great. There is an actually I'm working for him right now. Just before this call I was putting together some tweaks on a sizzle reel for this game show that he wants to try and get produced as a television series called last fan standing which she does conventions as like a live game show. And it's a it's a pop culture quiz show for SCI fi or comic books and pop culture in general a couple years ago he'd kick starter for it. And I cooked together the sizzle reel for the Kickstarter and Kickstarter sort of fellow apart. And then ask versus evil that happened. And it kept pushed to the side. But he continued to do it at conventions that he went to and now he's as he says he's in. I'm show host mode now that he's semi retired from playing ash. So he's really pursuing this game show in hoping to get to air, which is fun and tell me more about your relationship with Gunnar Hansen. I'm at Gunardi convention in nineteen ninety it was a science fiction to mention it was the first of its kind wasn't even a fan Goria convention, and I think it was actually earlier than ninety was like eighty eight or eighty nine I'm gunner at a convention in Dearborn Michigan. And I went up to his table intimidated as all hell cause the man was very big and intimidating. It was quite frankly, it was intimidating and I walked up to his table 'cause he was sort of alone. People were watching can't remember, I think it was someone big was there like need Moyer. And so everyone was in the convention room listening to whoever was speaking and. I was never a big Trekkie. So I walked up to him say, hi. And he was so pleasant that I immediately became very comfortable. And I was looking at certain pictures that he had offer spur autographs, and I chose the one where he's in mid sliding of the medals siding metal door in the beginning, Texas chainsaw massacre. When he gets the guy in the head and drags him into the behind the door, then slams the door, and it's that really great moment with that. Really, great sound and gutter nicer talking about that. The boy was scary about that scene was the not only the sliding in the slamming of the metal door, but the sound effect that they used that underlie. It was almost like a music cute, but it was a drone, and we had a twenty minute conversation about that..

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"gunnar hansen" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"gunnar hansen" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"The original other face start in. I did a fifties SCI fi spoof feature for my second feature. I actually did it while I was doing post slowly doing post production work on my first feature because I had the opportunity to make another movie, but the investors in that's said movie didn't want to invest in a horror film. They wanted to invest in something different. So I convinced them to invest in this little nineteen fifty size spoof comedy. That is supposed to be a long lost film from director name Orton, Z Creswell and chriswell is a mixture of all the bad habits of Orson Welles and the traits of Ed Wood blended into a guy who is a writer producer director. Actor and psychic. So a little Ed Wood. He's a little Orson Welles. He's a little the amazing chriswell. The first ten minutes of this, quote, unquote, long lost film is a mock you memory about this filmmaker, and the people that you work with and after I was done with the movie, I thought wouldn't it be fun to do something like what Christopher guest did and continue to use the same people and continue to do movies based around the straight genre director who if you watch the mock you memory as you're watching it, you realize that people like George Lucas, and Steven Spielberg and other John filmmakers stoled their ideas from chriswell because no one really knew chriswell was that they thought they'd never get caught sort of very subtle in joke about John Russo making. So I wanted to franchise chriswell. So I I create it when I moved to Los Angeles. I shot. A pilot that onto us to get interested in to hopefully, make it as a series pilot is sort of twilight zone outer limits, and it's called chriswell presents the outer dimensional realm. Which again, it's it was made, you know, in the fake history was made like the year before the twilight zone aired so people think rod sterling stole Christmas idea for his show. It's just a cute little dumb thing. But I'm still pursuing the the second movie that the fifty size booth that I'm prepping for Blu Ray, we'll have the pilot on there on the Blu Ray. And hopefully, someday it'll actually be a show you mentioned your first feature film, which was hatred of a minute. And I'm very curious how you manage to connect with prescribable in Gunnar Hansen with Bruce strangely enough. I was such a nerd about independent film filmmaking general, but independent film shot. In and around Michigan that I started collecting any article in like the Tri news or the free press and the observer newspapers, I would out and put him in a scrapbook, which doesn't totally answer your question. But there's a point to that. So I dated a girl who used to babysit BRUCE'S daughter before he moved out of Michigan and she connected with him because she was going to help produce a project called southern hospitality, which sort of fell apart after a couple of years, but I ended up after the girl I broke up. I ended up writing him a letter. I ended up she had accidentally left his address in one of my notebooks. She didn't want me to have any contact with them because she was a jerk. She left his address in the back one of my notebooks. Cy wrote him a letter that basically said dear, Bruce, I'm twenty I'd like to make a movie, but I don't know how to start is. There any advice you give me. And I never heard back and another buddy of mine was going to help me produce this movie, and we were going to meet with a friend of his father's who's a lawyer in hopes that he would give us seed money to put together a limited partnership or an LLC. So so we could start raising money for the movie,.

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"gunnar hansen" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"gunnar hansen" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"Thanks, of course, and self on top of all that stuff. I've done a couple of things I try and do as much as humanly possible it started out with you know, when I when I first started I was a production assistant, and then I wanted to do as many jobs as possible as I was learning. But then it just became anytime. I could get a job on a movie or television show or any project. I jump at the chance and sometimes it was for survival 'cause I needed the money, and sometimes it was learning, and sometimes it was helping friend and sometimes it was my own project. I decided that I'm not going to get any help from anyone else 'cause I'm making thing with no money. So I'm gonna do as many jobs as possible. What were those early Michigan jobs like for you? They were fun that learning experience for a lot of fun. The first movie I worked on was a horror film called hell master. It was originally called them. It was called soul. Stealer. And then it became hell master when it was released, but I was going to Oakland community college in Farmington hills. And I was taking a film class. I think I just remember that they're looking for PA's and people to help out on a horror film. And so went in for an interview and they hired. Me. I was doing production assistant work, and there was a scene where the director needed about thirty or forty paintings for an art gallery scene in this horror movie, and he found out I was an artist as well. And asked me if I could paint twenty or thirty paintings route. So we quick and I said, well how quick and they tape said we need them tomorrow. So I got some petty cash and went to the art store about thirty canvases. Various is is and some cheap paints and said what kind of paintings are they and they were like their abstract. Be weird. Do whatever you want make them scarier, but skulls in so that's what I did. I went home, and I worked together thirty paintings and fourteen hours and brought them back the next day and they use them to the art gallery scene. John Saxon infamous for being in nightmare announce street and enter the dragon. He was in the stone. But they had already shot him out. I think they shot him for like three days, but they missed doing some close ups of his hands in the movie, he plays this evil. Mad? Scientist who creates this serum and injects people with it and they become under his control, and she had to do something with the syringes in his hands. And and they didn't have those shots. So I ended up being John Saxons hand double which is kind of fun. So that was like the beginning of I'm gonna do as many jobs as possible on everything. I can do did you find yourself specializing in things as he went along. Or are you still just kind of this Jack of all traits? Hopefully, I specialize in directing and writing. But in the beginning was a learning experience and to try and do as many things as possible. I feel like I've become a very good editor because I do a lot of editing when I'm not directing projects. But I hope I'm a really good director to can you? Tell me. A little bit about Cresswell Cresswell after headshot. My first film hatred of a minute that Bruce Campbell produced and Gunnar Hansen..

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"gunnar hansen" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"gunnar hansen" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"Reward still sitting computer most finished missinow fine. Or still a bit more work to be there. So. Let me too. Hey, folks will special episode of the projection booth on this absurd. I'm talking to Michael Kallio. His a local boy made good so to speak. He is known for things like heated of a minute mutant swinger for Mars Koreatown and so much more. And hopefully will soon be known for his documentary might dinner with leather face, which is a documentary about Gunnar Hansen are going to hear about that. And a whole lot more on this interview. Please joy, I want to obviously talk to you about my dinner with leather face. But it looks like you have so many irons in the fire. It's crazy. I'm kind of juggling a bunch of stuff right now. I'm doing like a handful of things the same time the the movie that gutter starred in that I did as my first feature called hatred of a minute gum prepping that for Blu Ray. So one of those projects is full circle documentary is the documentary about the making of and remaking of the. 'cause I never had a making of and then doing my second feature on prep in that for Blu. Ray right now. I mean, some I'm bouncing all over the place. How did you decide to get into the business? What was your motivation for going into show business? I got into the business like a lot of people. Did I saw Star Wars when I was six and a half. And my I wanna do that. And my mom fought. I wanted to go to space master. I wanna make movies about people who go to space and never changed. I latched onto the whole film thing at a very early age. And I was raised by my mother, and my grandmother. So my mom who worked for Michigan bell back years ago. She would take still photos on vacations, and my grandmother would take super eight movies. So when we were done with vacation, I would have grandma as Ernie super eight movie film laugh, can I use it. So I started basically shooting our vacation short ends. Super eight then served by my own film and stuff gotta paper out and everything. And would you grow up at I grew up in Redford, Michigan right at six mile and beach day, you have so many things I was saying before we started recording that you have one of the most collected IMDB profiles that I've seen in a while in night just wanna give listeners a taste here. So you.

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"gunnar hansen" Discussed on We Hate Movies

We Hate Movies

04:54 min | 2 years ago

"gunnar hansen" Discussed on We Hate Movies

"Like who we missing you remiss in the Texas chainsaw of franchises completely left out of this exactly who who gunrunner Hanson. You're you're told by the way, they're they're folks who will say that Gunnar Hansen was the gentle giant of all I'm sure he even a role in fucking wish master. Although I thought you're gonna say Steve because it's also very noticeable Robert Englund big part in this movie. Kane Hodder and Tony Todd. Auditing the draw. Guess, but we were forgetting it's west craven presents wish man. Wars. I forgot all about that. Also, it's weird because I don't know the production dates on this movie or anything like that. But this comes out ninety seven ethically release. We're post scream. Sure. Right. But doesn't it feel like this movie was made like nineteen ninety three years? Yeah. It doesn't feel like a post screen what we were talking about urban legend in shit last week. And like in that like post scream are this doesn't feel like it fits into that. At all. They should've had like Michael Douglas in this movie to represent those or movies of disclosure. The one where the rabbits boiled. Draco if you close in this you'll have sex with Glenn Close. But at a great price you'll rabbit his now did. Was that his rapid leaves? Yeah. That's a shame. So yeah, he had all those sexual or. Okay. Robert go sexual their psychos. Yes. A little bit sexual horror movies because. Because the woman was crazy one time. The woman was. Where is the line? And I don't remember who says it just wrote it down. I think it's a back and forth. Exchanges. What I've noted here. It's Jin genie. No, not Robin Williams. That's coming up. So basically, she she meets the Robert Englund. And he's like, oh, yeah. Had this great statue is going to be. But that fucking drunk, dude. I love he has a platform setup with a little placard. That says what it was. That's embarrassed. And the gag is like she's like, well, you're really upset about Ted Raimi's like, yeah. Yeah. Ted ramey. But that fucking statue. That's kind of a good an angle into plays this perfectly like she's like who Ted Ramey your personal assistant. He's like ES. Yeah. Really beating myself up over that. A real smell of married rich to me. Oh, yeah. England, four Stephen richer, possibly because he's I mean, he's just a professor professor professors. Are last week's movie. No in this one. Not urban. He's not teaching urban legends in this one though. It'd be great. If he was does he teaches a college? Are we talking he's at the same college? The the other lady lady that we're talk about what the statue is. And he knows. Oh, yes. Oh, I forgot about this character. Yeah. I think he married to like a condiment heiress for something and Teresa Heinz this first Barrett before John Kerry was professor tests, and he almost cleaned out. All those creepy old statue dude enough by statue of pre Islamic God from the Persian empire. Listen, terry. We need more statues. I don't know what else to tell you. My favorite scene is right around here. So the Jin is trying to track down who has. Yes, the Jew who awakened him find his masters, so he can get get going on destroying the world. So he goes to this police station. And this is amazing. Like he goes to the police. He finds the detective who is there at the my best friend incident. Yeah. And he's like, yes, I would just need the name and address of sewer witnessed all of this that shouldn't be a problem and the guys like who the fuck are you, and then it's awesome thing with some dude like mouth thing off to cops. And he's like, yes, he that guy over there. I've been looking at put that scumbag away, he always finds a way to skirt the system whatever it is. So you're telling me you'd like to see this guy put away for. And he's like, yeah. That's what I'm saying. And this leads to the biggest freak out like this gin is fucked up man, this guy, this guy starts screaming and he pulls out a gun and takes cops gun. I guess. She shoes all of these cops in this room. And like the detective who's who the Jin is speaking with like gets up to be like, oh my God..

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