17 Burst results for "Harry Housing"

"harry housing" Discussed on The Trash Tapes

The Trash Tapes

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"harry housing" Discussed on The Trash Tapes

"Place it's like it's like at least discuss percentages and has no idea what to do with it so there is kind of like they're running away from it but it Kinda like. It looks like he doesn't know what he's doing he's probably going to attack them. It's terrifying here's the thing though just to be sure and this happens quite a bit low. The robot other than L. are stop motion and it's because the director was a huge fan of Ray Harry. Housing Yeah I did Actually Adore the Stop Motion Animation. I thought it was charming. I looked stop motion. Oh Shit I lost is not really done much now is nice. I think it looks so gray. Even though he's Jerky I just I really appreciate stop motion. And here's the thing. This is the reason why he went for the Harry. The Ray Harry housing he the Luigi Cozy actually had an interview. Basically was talking about how at the time people like you say. Oh you're doing this because it's very it's a star wars and stuff like that right cozy said this cozy has never never seen the film. He's never seen the film but he apparently he heard. He saw the normalization of the film. In his library he read it and began working on his own version But then later on another interview. He said that he wasn't at all inspired by Star Wars. That it was all coincidence. Because he wrote the script before the movie who became out so basically read the script. I think he wrote the script in nineteen seventy seven just a little bit before the movie. We came out apparently. So he's contradicting his own terms. Yeah but the set the made his main influence was Sindbad. Okay he wanted to Sindbad. I didn't space and this is the ray hardens. Everybody does anyone want to do sit back and space but a lot of the things things I wanNA do Sinbad but in space so this is what the movies and because I get that watching this is sort of like the adventures of Sim bad but in space. It's like Barbara Queen the Galaxy. It's like Star Trek. The only reason why it's feeling so much like star wars is because there's some blatantly obvious things are nicked from star wars like the Lightsaber Luke. Luke skywalker collect character. The bloody counts as that. That zoff on it sounds like Dolf. Come on you're holding little bit too much but I feel like it's this just happened to be bad. Timing is star was didn't come out. Maybe two things happen. This move may not never existed. Won't this would have been the new So yeah that's the thing but I I suppose it's like.

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"harry housing" Discussed on Scriptnotes Podcast

Scriptnotes Podcast

13:39 min | 1 year ago

"harry housing" Discussed on Scriptnotes Podcast

"And I so Casey Silver actually actually recommend suggested me to to Stevens had tried this guy. He's on the payroll so he's super cheap and you know seems like he's relatively fast. When you see what you can get so I read it and I thought wow this is really difficult but I had an approach so I went and met Stephen told him this is what I think and he said great do that and so it was very very little guidance upfront. I mean a few John and he to this day that he'll he'll give you some general stuff but he really really wants to see what you do and you try. I know what I think. Lavar this avoid that I'd love to see this in in that case. He had a couple of sequences where he he said the T. Rex attack on the road was basically was already story boarded and he said I don't know who the people are. This is what happens sequence saving and figure it out and and so there was a again built in advantages but you know it was winning the characters in combat who needed to be combined. How does the tone of the book which is pretty dark and not necessarily early. GonNa Sustain in. It's not that it was well. We WanNA wider audience in that. It was Stevens. Viewpoint is more uplifting than that so if you if you give him something. Let's you know this is the guy who found you know the uplifting tale about the Holocaust. It's not it's just his worldview so to try to find the lighter tone preserve characters used to die and find a different approach for him and stuff like that so I just kind of came in and told them what I thought and then I went and did an outline they just kind of went well and this is something that you probably thought had a good chance of going well at Steven Spielberg. It's a bestselling novel we didn't that that was the thing because it was ninety two when when we made the movie yeah so it was the dawn of CG right so it's really the last reference insult was still ray. Harry Housing and which is referred to in the movie with the wind dinosaurs ruled the Earth a banner that floats down so everything stop motion was the last time we'd seen dinosaurs on film. I think guys in suits remaking cognitive doom yes so the notion that they were going to be realistic. It was just a leap of faith and they could have been laughable. and I remember the the test there was going to be a lot more robotic dinosaurs in initially Stan Winston. You know there's a ton of robotic stuff in it Stan Winston too great work but basically if you see if you see them from the head up it's it's it's Bravo tree and if you see their legs at cj cg but I remember the day all changed with this test came back from Iowa lamb that was a velociraptor running in place and it was just the just the skeleton there's there's no musculature no skin or anything and we were in the Amblin screening room and watch this test and it was so cool and the movement was so smooth and not herky-jerky at all that everybody thought this might were interesting. Actually Frame of Reference was stop motion which is characterized by its herky-jerky has because there's only so many I mean you're moving it physically so you can't make a thousand movements a second you can make twenty four movements a second which turns out to be pretty herky-jerky or even fewer so simply the smoothness of the motion before you see textures That's what got you yeah. It was and also the the only other. CG The only other big CG movie there'd been I may be wrong but it seems was terminator two but that used really fluid and Shiny Liquid Ryan which is totally cool but it wasn't like trying to create an animal and dinosaurs were supposed to be real animals not monsters. There's always a thing you could find on the set. If you call him a monster their animals they're not monsters yeah so it was very much a gamble and then on the other side of it coming out now. You've got this enormous blockbuster under your belt. You know a a true blockbuster when it's time for you to write your next one do you now at. I'm just always curious about how success impacts us as writers do things changed. You now feel like okay I. I'm naming for something now now or do you just ignore all of it and do your job. It's really hard to I feel like I stayed a very decent human being ah according to me and I am not a great judge character and I think I did I've done I've done good writing on and off but the it's very hard I was twenty twenty nine when it came out or just turning thirty and it became the biggest movie of all time there's no way that doesn't just fuck you. Ah If only in that can you ever be satisfied again you know and I I really feel like it took me tw- till my early fifties now. I'm fifty six now to where I felt like. I'm gonNA stop feeling like Gosh true would be great to have another one of those someday and I'm GonNa feel like they'll never be another one of those but I'm grateful that I had it. What an extraordinary experience. How lucky am I right and that's you know I I feel like it took a very long time and I I did. Have you know I wrote a lot of big movies but a lot of that is a lot of it is because I love those movies and I had a great time writing them. usually sometimes horrific time writing but those are the movies. I wanted to go see and and that was always my litmus test was would I wanna pay you know whatever it cost at the time to sit down and see this movie would make me happy to sneak in a burrito lunchtime and watch this movie. and I feel like I obeyed that all the time and I was varying degrees of success. Sometimes you're just sometimes even if you say that you're kind of doing it because it feels like well. That'd be a hidden. Wouldn't it be fun to have a hit uh-huh but your your sincerity gets sniffed out pretty quickly I think by the gods you know going from a giant blockbuster adaptation into this next movie. You'RE GONNA be directed. I think you should leave is based on an incredibly slender German novel. It's it's actually you should have left. It should have much more conclusive. It's not not an expression of opinion even shorter very German. You should have loved you really with Netflix show. I think you should leave right. I should've after and I've seen that he should leave. Yes so it's it's a tiny paranoid is almost more like a panic situation whereas I it's a metaphysical. You know kind of haunted house. ooh. You know mortgage sort of stuck in a place. What draws you to that kind of allegation? After doing these giants or division Davinci Code kind of patients will I've always tried I re. I like all different kinds of movies so I've really tried mix it up and I also you know it is if you're if you're lucky enough to have a success in any area. That's what Hollywood like very much replicate that so yeah. It's a lot of unanswered questions from Journal. I really think you can go to them. I do there's at least ten more episodes. What happened between the episodes. That's what I like. There's ten more shows in there between everybody just sleeps of course they just sleep. They've moved. They don't move justly but I try to throw them off two cents. It's a little bit. Try to keep it fresh for yourself and do things that are interesting in different I've always felt in my original stuff and I've tried to split split my time about fifty fifty and I have is just the originals get made less often now in my original stuff. I I'm drawn to slightly darker certainly certainly paranoid kind of things and I also really helped in as a writer when it's not an adaptation by having a very well defined bottle you know. Is it in panic room it was. I'd never want to leave the house and I almost succeeded. There's a few minutes at the beginning and a scene at the end. Were there outside the house. the papers movie. I wrote about journalism analysts my brother and it was twenty four hours. It was exactly the news what was then the news cycle from seven to seven am and in within that structure that once once I have the box I feel like now I can decide what goes in it and I feel actually freed by the constraint it because when it's when you pick from anything it's over when exactly it's it's. It's too difficult. Even Lawrence of Arabia had containment. It was a period of this guy's life yeah so I feel like I I forgot the question going back to you should have left. It has a tremendous amount of constraint because essentially you get your house and your house I mean it's it's almost bloom house kind of model where it's a variable in house so it's very house model is let's new for them. Even before war they were involved. I thought these these are going to be the guys for this. that one. I really wanted to do heavily mixed feelings about directing because it can be great fun in an incredibly satisfying when you get something by the way you want it and whether it's successful or not it's the way you want it but it takes over your life in ruins it and and it's it's just it's physically emotionally socially domestically they ten years between Leanne my last directing thing be largely because that thing I just couldn't young kids could often. I don't see any reason to direct. There's all these wonderful dogs August. I got it from him. Scott Frank probably right. It's dogs work but you keep doing the dogs work. I yeah isn't that where you're you're into it. You Talk to my wife about that. It's no she's articulate on the subject but also resigned. She's like no. I don't think you should do it. I think it makes are you unhappy. We're fine. We'll we'll. We'll miss night but you're miserable under house well yeah but yeah I wanted to. You should have left a couple of things I had Kevin. Bacon is a great actor and I saw a potential for something really special for him to do when he stopped spectacular job with it I wanted to do. I like a bottle and I wanted to do this little family. In this weird place in strange things happen to them. He's not a writer book. He was a writer but I don't think the world needs anymore. Movies about writer tailing literally a screenwriter in the first thing we change our thoughts on what he wants to see a movie body unless you guys are writing on which case if we are we should stop employees to stop and I didn't I the last movie directed before that was kind of catastrophe in every way shape and form and I which which I like that there are many likable things in it and I thank you for that no problem but it really funny there. There are bits that are funny but it's an arguable bowl that critically commercially impersonal personally. It was desirable but I didn't want to leave it at that. I felt like why don't ever want to direct again but I certainly they don't WanNa leave it at that literally making a movie just to say no the subject matter a lot and I love. Kevin and I felt like I could do something especial good. I cleanse the palate what's worse yeah. You know it's I have yeah well. You know what I like about you in so much but you know full disclosure. We've been friends for awhile so this is genuine but aside. I'm from being a terrific writer who has this remarkable track record and really does deserve what John said. At the beginning. You are one of our legends. You take huge swings. It's not like you've sat on your laurels. You're not one of those guys who said okay well. You know what I'm going to make these two huge movies and now I'll just show once every six years to sprinkle my magic fairy dust on something that was already going to be beloved anyway. You take big swings. You're you're always risking things to to to get out there and whether it works or doesn't doesn't work commercially or critically or any of that stuff. I think that's wonderful. I think there are so many people who are so petrified of violating whatever what is their own brand. I mean when people say the word brand of lose my shit because it's essentially the antithesis of what we're supposed to be doing as writers writers or artists which is being genuine and that should mean taking swings so. I just think that's wonderful that you do. It and you're still doing it. I'm trying oh I admire Steven soderbergh's career a lot and he's a great guy and he he really takes cut at stuff and you're like hitter. Sometimes you know he it's all at one and other times. That's what I mean. When you swing hard and fall down everyone left. No I was a bit surprised as long as we brought up the the M word this movie directed recently. I was a bit surprised not that it got bad reviews because certainly by the time it comes to reviews you've shown it to enough audiences and enough people and you're getting a sense that the reaction is less than a trouble in the air but the anger surprise you. I felt we didn't heard anyone and you can't eat it was by no means a safe choice. We're trying to make like a nineteen sixty six comedy like Terry Thomas Yeah. Yeah that's got see. I thought it what I thought. People just released look people. I can't blame people for liking or not liking things but I I thought that at least critically this pylon in this kind of orgy of delightful hatred completely missed the point of what you're saying..

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"harry housing" Discussed on MonsterTalk

MonsterTalk

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"harry housing" Discussed on MonsterTalk

"Quite creatives. Monz. My apologies. That's an issue. You've you've created monsters for paintings comic books film. And no, you probably get this a lot. But how did you come up with the different creatures using your works? I wanna in particular think we've got a lot of people in the audience who who are also creative. Sometimes, you know, they're just looking for guidance or a little nudge. You know, you can do it. I think having somebody on like yourself is really great for that. But when you answer this question, I guess we're not mean where do you get your ideas? But really literally like what are the best techniques for like, generating ideas? Like that. In the monster space a lot of the monsters. I come up with in in in paintings, or in my movies are sort of rifts on things that I saw as a kid because I was I was just absorbing all of the the monster movies. I could. And the, you know, I think the gateway monster from me and probably for a lot of other kids to is is the dinosaur. I mean kids discover dinosaurs. I it just very strange thing. Because what they were. They were really were walking around. I mean, that's that's phenomenal. And from there, you know, dinosaurs lead to so many other monsters. But I particularly like. Especially in paintings. Going with things that are against nature like sort of a symmetrical monsters where you've got because you know, nature has such symmetry. So when you do a monster with you know, with two is on one side of one way up in the in the corner. I mean that kind of stuff that the more grotesque the better, I think I I like to create creatures that really kind of people just sort of shake their head in Maury about me, of course, all kids, really loved dinosaurs. But when did your passion for monster movies, actually again? The the one, you know, seeing them on TV was such a revelation King Kong used to run a lot when I was a kid on TV. And and and that was certainly one of the first that I saw on the films of Ray Harry housing where and I to this day, I love stop motion animation. And I I just think it's fantastic. It's you know, it's got such a salinity to it. There can be some good CGI. But I love the stop motion. And and so I think those were probably the ones that that sort of I pulled me in stop motion creatures and it creates such a strange reality. You know, it's fasting. It dies. I Harry house in in Bradbury who were both lifelong friends in clam writers at both also got their start dinosaurs. That was their their gateway in Munster as well. Yeah, I bet That's for. for a lot of our listeners. I. Anchin taught motion the one of the cool things about the stop motion stuff is how well it holds up on Blu Ray in these high def formats, you know, I think a lot of the CGI stuff. This is true so much anymore. But you know, back in the day. It seemed like you could tell difference in the pixel density between when there was a CGI affect and the sort of film stock of the actual main screen, and I don't see that issue in stop motion so much it looks so L practical effects, I too, and I think the solidity of practical effects, whether it's a man in a suit or a stop motion puppet or an animatronic creation. I think it creates more of a sense of wonder, and that's what drew me in as a kid. It's pulling me into a certain world. And now there's so much when you when you see a typical shot in a movie these days, especially fantasy film science fiction or something..

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"harry housing" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:27 min | 2 years ago

"harry housing" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Tripadvisor. But after decades of scoring film and television Danny wanted to step away briefly from sculpting other people's worlds and create one of his own his new album is it's the pricing. It's called eleven eleven. It's Danny Alvin this famous film composers first violin concerto and listen. This is never happened to me before. But speaking of surprises. So we were just about to start our conversation and his his phone went off like his phone rang, and I couldn't help but notice he had an interesting ring tone. So I had to ask him about it. Anyway, that's that's where things start off with Danny often. Phone off there. It is. That's the violent, by the way, I'm dying to know. Now that it happened. What your ringtone is day the earth stood still Bernard Hermann? Wow. It's the first piece of music that ever got me into film music. That's that's something beautiful about that. Like whenever it rings. It would it would trigger something in you. Yeah. I was around twelve when I saw the movie, and it's the first time I ever became aware of a score. And it started my long interest in film music. It was Bernard Hermann because at that young age a lot of my favorite movies in that period of time were really Harry housing. Adventures like, Dave, you're I mean other than the day there is that still it would have been like Jason and Argonauts. The seventh voyage of Sinbad mysterious island. These were the really fun fantasy films of my youth. And if I saw Herman and Harry housing on the Bill, meaning the animator, the claymation animator Ray, stop motion animator Ray, Harry housing and the composer Bernard Hermann, I knew it would be my favorite movie or I loved that combination. So I always have a special place in my heart for the day the earth stood still because like. I suppose everybody you see movies. And you think the music is just there for the first time. I said I remember thinking somebody wrote this. This wasn't just there. The music stood out for me. And I paid attention to who I actually saw. There was a name. There's a person who did this. And so it was a turning point for me. But anyhow, I digress. I I was reading some of your notes on the violin concerto. One thing. Stuck out to me? Can you wrote the violin is to me a very intimidating solo instrument violent concertos were not really a part of my repertoire, classical music listening and skip ahead. And you said one thing became abundantly clear. Writing a violin concerto would require far more disciplined than anything. I had done previously and would be even more difficult to execute than I'd imagined. I I love difficult. Well, it's funny because I had made a mental decision around that time that would have been two three years ago that I am going to sacrifice some film work and do concert work every year. I need to do that. And I've done a couple pieces over the previous decade. But I just never found the way to make it a regular thing. Because you know, film work is just always there, and it's hard to say, no. And the thing is I imagined my I work because in a way, I see this as my first attempt at this new career if that's what it is. Because even though I've done three non film works before this. They weren't designed to become part of an orchestra in orchestra's repertory. I'd never imagined a violin concerto. I was imagining something for percussion or piano because those were the things I felt closer to and we were playing Burton concert three years ago. I guess in Prague and in the bar afterwards. I was approached by my agent for non film. Music, right. And he said, I had an interesting conversation with the orchestra director after the show, and he'd like to know if you'd be interested in writing a violin concerto for sandy. This is sandy Cameron Cameron. How would you like to write her a violin concerto and always with just about anything in my life my mouth works faster than my brain? So I said, yeah. Sure. And then I start thinking that mean, I'll figure that outlet. Yeah. And then it was it wasn't for a couple of months later when I started to really delve into violin concertos that I thought oh my God. Maybe this was a huge mistake. So I really spent a couple of months sandy kind of got me started on about twenty five different the violin concertos and these were like post twentieth century, romantic concertos. This wasn't like Mendelssohn or Mozart or anything like that. No, I already I knew that even though I love Beethoven Brahms and Mozart. It's not where my heart is my orchestral music heart got connected in the early twentieth. And that probably really I should call it the late nineteenth century because it starts with a lineage of Russians really probably beginning with.

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"harry housing" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"harry housing" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"Great metaphor. Great metaphor with they used to call the fire fall, the Firefox. They don't do it anymore. The mountain up there at six nine o'clock at night under above were camp. Curry is still there. They used to draw push big flaming blogs that had fallen down down a two thousand foot cliff, and and hit rocks blow and would all go out and everything, but they did it every night in the summertime, and I was six or eight when I first saw it, and it was awesome. Just the most amazing thing and thousands of people would be there every weekend looking at this thing. And then they finally had to stop it. Because the ecologist said, oh, it's not natural. And like, and they're worried about something. I don't know what. So they don't do it anymore. But it was the sense of wonder and seeing that something that's impossible is happening. It's not a waterfall only work is Vicky assembly right or you've got waterfalls in the daytime. And at night, you've got fire falling down downs. Wonderful looks like. Flaming water and that had a major effect on me seeing that. Yeah. At least me to the question. Can you kinda guy like you? That knows how things work maintain his sense of wonder when you go when you walk into that movie theater. Is it hard it gonna work on? Are. They worked on it. All the time to remind myself. I'm a kid. Yeah. And to, you know, bring back stuff feelings I had when I was a kid you got to or else, you'll get kind of jaded and and board, and you know, there's a lot of excitement when you're, you know, six eight years old same question. Three years old. Can you can you do that? I mean, you've been in the business so long you've seen everything you've been a part of so much. It's it's like he says you have to work at it. And you have to force yourself to be in a certain mindset. But sometimes it just kind of overcomes you in happens like, you get lost in a movie, and when that happens, it's really one of the most wonderful feelings that really truly makes me feel like a kid again when it when a film, really works, and you walk out of there, not even thinking about how. It was made. You're just amazed at the story. I love that. The worst thing in movies is if you're anything that you notice if you watching if you're going, oh that scene was shot beautifully or the dialogue is so witty or the acting. That means you're not in the movie, right? You're not lost in. Yeah. You still carrying that picture of of Ray Harry housing around in your I've got it somewhere. Yeah. I still do have it. Yeah. It's so Sweden's always in my wallet. Isn't that? Sweet carries. It carries it with him. I carry a picture of Gilbert..

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"harry housing" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

05:38 min | 2 years ago

"harry housing" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"In Texas, hygiene, Joan ground zero. Speaking with you, finally, quiet longtime. Thanks for listening. Thanks for calling. My pleasure. Do you? Remember the episode of the other limits the eighties I series call. There was an episode called trial under fire. There was a presidential election. Inauguration day, something strange happened on the moon lunar, the president switched away to a bunker. Well, these events are true to the the the theory of the real life is strange fiction. I'm thinking perhaps the timing of this asteroid TC too. Is right in line with some of that storyline. If you're a call. Well, there are a lot of things that know people people tend to remember certain science fiction stories when stuff like this goes down in the one. I remember was Harry housing's bird versus the flying saucers where everything didn't work, and then they were starting to get signals. And finally, the aliens arrived and St. havoc on everything they were saying, you know, you know, we want to speak to your leadership were looked to your son for a warning. There'll be a big sunburst. Let you know that something's about to go down. And I I don't know if you remember that scene, but they go people attention look to your son for a warning look to your son for a warning after after sunspots explosions on the sun. You will see our motto show up and you'll be ready to surrender to us. It was amazing. How they they they pulled it off. And of course, when you listen to war of the worlds, it's it's about asteroids coming from from Mars hitting the planet tonight. It's shutting down YouTube. Some guy says something hit the moon. And then, of course, the budgets for protecting our our planet. Go up ninety million dollars. We got rockets that can't work with got telescopes. And x Ray telescopes that aren't working something is going on. It's bizarre. It's indeed a strange time to be alive. And I can't thank you and run crew enough for reporting on news that actually matters. I appreciate you calling in. And I thank you, James. Thank you so much. That's the James calling you tonight. Let's go to John Ohio. Hi, John, you're on ground zero. Hey, doing good. I never got home from work, and I heard the topic. And I just had a college. I go outside on breaks. Over time. Always watch the moon stars. Seen the Mona night looks like Mars or Jupiter one next to it watching. It looked like something less than another star. But it started to move literally from the moon. Look just like a store moved in vanished. I don't know what it was. But after I heard his show tonight. I had to call in and say what I say. It confirmed. What I saw tonight. I had no idea what it could have been what I saw it moving. So you saw something moving away from the moon was heading towards Mars. I mean, there's a red dot in the sky you see the red dot in the sky, right? When you look to the southern sky, right? Yes. Directly across from it. About two o'clock from the moon when you say, yes, sir. Yeah. Okay. So the about two o'clock from the moon, you see the you see it there. And then you said you saw something pull away from the moon. It looked like something just look like a star or something just took off from the moon. I never said, I don't know. How to explain because I've never seen nothing. Like, I just I felt like this show tonight confirmed what I seen it just it. Just it moved away from the move. Yes directly. Yes. Was it just moved there? Look like a star thought it was another guy or something. They just. I know there's a meteor shower area tonight. But it wasn't it wasn't a quick media. They're supposed to be a meteoroid shower tonight. I heard there was supposed to be one. But last night there wasn't supposed to be one. I don't know. Maybe I usually Janine, and I go to these meteors showers we go out to rooster rocket. We watch them. If we have time we're supposed to be one here Cincinnati tonight. But it wasn't like that. It was just a slow steady stream it just it looked like I don't know. Guard like a rocket just took off from the moon. It was it was the honest thing I've ever seen in this guy. Well, well, at least we got us a witnessing. You saw something in the sky some weird UFO. Yes, sir. Thank you John for the call. I really appreciate it. Thank you. I want to remind you that if you want to listen to this program. After if you want to go back to the program after we're on soundcloud. Soundcloud dot com is ground zero media listening to ground zero dot com available to people, especially when we go into the later hours, run listening to ground, zero dot com and. Yeah. It it just to keep our eyes on what's going on your keep your eyes to this guy is too because I think a lot of people are curious what's going on. I mean, I don't know is this like all a coincidence. I mean think about it. I mean, a lot of people are probably thinking that this is all not nonsense. But if you wanna read what's going on mainstream media is not going to talk about this certainly aren't going to talk about it. And and we've got to get used to the idea that they're not going to talk about it. And just because it's being talked about on show like mine or other shows it's not conspiracy theory. This is happening. Okay. Tell me why we have two major telescopes shutdown. Tell me why a so use rocket couldn't go to the ISS. Tell me why the Rover shut down as well. All three of these ways. We can see this face of shutdown.

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"harry housing" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"harry housing" Discussed on KTRH

"James in Texas Jean ground zero. Thanks for listening. Calling. I was wondering. Episode of the outer limits. It was the eighties. I series call. There was an episode called trial under fire. There was a presidential election. Inauguration day, something strange happened on the lunar, the president switched away to a bunker. Well, these events are true to the the theory of the real life is stranger fiction. I'm thinking perhaps the timing of this asteroid cheesy too. Is right in line with some of that storyline. If you're a call there are a lot of things that people people tend to remember certain science fiction stories when stuff like this goes down in the one. I remember was Harry housing's earth versus the flying saucers were everything didn't work, and then they were starting to get signals. And finally, the aliens arrived, and we just retaliate on everything. They were saying, you know, we want to speak to your leadership were look to your son for a warning. They'll be a big sunburst and let you know that something's about to go down. And I don't know if you remember that scene, but they people earth. Attention look to your son for a warning look to your son for a warning after after sunspots and explosions on the sun. You will see our Mata show up and you'll be ready to surrender to us. It was amazing. How they they pulled it off. And of course, we listen to war of the worlds, it's it's about asteroids coming from the from Mars hitting the planet tonight. It's. Shutting down YouTube. If some guy said something hit the moon, and then, of course, the budgets for protecting our our planet ninety million dollars. We got rockets that can't work we got ta telescopes and x Ray telescopes that aren't working something is going on. It's bizarre. It's indeed a strange time to be alive. I can't thank you and run it through enough for reporting on news that actually matters. I appreciate you calling in. And I thank you, James. Thank you so much. That's the James calling in tonight. Let's go to John in Ohio. Hi, John, you're on ground zero. Hey, doing good. I never got home from work tonight. You heard the topic, and I just had a college. No one seen. I go outside on breaks overtime. Always watched the moon stars. Tonight. Looks like Mars or Uber one next to it watching it looked like something left than another star. But it started to move literally from the moon. Look just like a store moving into vanished. I don't know what it was. But after I heard it showed him out. I had to call in and say what I say. Probably get confirmed. What I saw tonight. I had no idea what could have been what I saw of moving. So you saw something moving away from the moon was the heading towards Mars. I mean, there's a red dot in the sky you see the red dot in the sky, right? When you look to the southern sky, right? Yes. Directly across from it. I was about two o'clock from the moon when you say, yes, sir. Yeah. Okay. So the about two o'clock from the moon, you see you see it there. And then you said you saw something pull away from the moon. It looked like something just look like a star or something just took off from the moon. I never said, I don't know. How to explain because I've never seen nothing. Like, I just I felt like this show tonight compartment what I've seen it. Just it. Just it moved away from the move. Yes directly. Yes. Was it just moved there? Look like star thought it was another guy or something. They just. It moved. I know there's a meteor shower area tonight. But it wasn't it wasn't a quick meeting. Like isn't. They're supposed to be a meteoric shower tonight. I heard it was supposed to be one. But last night there wasn't supposed to be one. I don't know. Maybe I usually Janine, and I go to these meteor showers, we go out to rooster rock, and we watch them if we have time we're supposed to be one here in Cincinnati tonight..

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"harry housing" Discussed on Hollywood Babble-On

Hollywood Babble-On

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"harry housing" Discussed on Hollywood Babble-On

"I got. We exposed them in a segment. We call shit that should not be. Shoot, shoot. This shit that should be. Right. Fook got a mind of. Twice. Anyway, right. This comes from now. Oh, I don't wanna smell it. Amber Matteo from Indiana sent this one in the film, mysterious island from nineteen sixty one. I'm familiar with this picture. It is Jules Verne based on a Jules Verne novel. It's Ray Harry housing. Oh. One of the familiar with it doesn't ring a bell, mysterious island, captain nemo's in adults. Great. All kinds of fun stuff. It's about four civil war soldiers for the union who escaped from a confederate camp in a in a hot air balloon and the hot air balloon takes them to the Pacific and drops them off on the steers island. All these strange creatures live. And in this film, amber says the movie should've been called mysterious beard because there's a guy in this movie actor. Michael Craig was full beard scene. And then second later looking skeleton is no beard, and he's got a beard who's got no beer. It's. It's it's inexplainable that someone didn't say didn't have a fucking beard. When we were shooting in a minute ago. I don't know how. How is slip through the cracks. Please enjoy this week shit that should not be from steriods island. Here's the beard, pretty good, beard. A lot of beard working there does Michael Craig. He's looking at all these things in the cave. There's friends waiting for him. He's back in the cave. He's looking around and Nope. No. Let's go again. Here. Oh yeah. I no. Scared. He's got the beard again. On fucking believable. You know that when the shot at the like it's not like a perfect pause, we'll ever be invented. We'll take a look at all the entertainment news every week and talk about each and every story in the HBO headlines. Kevin alluded to earlier. Fox News.

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"harry housing" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"harry housing" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Benson show is. Thursday Thursday means we talked tack near Joining us the, biggest nerd of all the. Mon Paul there's a lot of. Good stuff I want to get to first and, foremost let's start in Holly weird Holly weird is an amazing place. The things. They can do nowadays compared to you go back to the Ray Harry housing days for those of you don't know he was the. Great claymation guy who made all those great Sinbad movies and those great movies back in the, day with the dinosaurs we've come a long way and. Now we've got artificial. Intelligence and artificial intelligence is is doing what is it helping or hurting Hollywood is helping it it's it's right. Now all these amazing artificial intelligence algorithms are helping to lessen the workload of the script writers of the special effects people of all. These people in Hollywood that struggled? Just to get the movie. Made just because technology is a pain in the butt so is it getting more expensive I'm, just. Curious about that is he getting more, expensive or less expensive in the world of Hollywood meeting a. Special effects movies it's going to help. Decrease the expense and it's also Probably decrease a lot of jobs at the end of the day because they're, show, like the vendors movie the last avengers. Movie with Panos The actor of He was. He was onstage he was acting with audience and the artificial intelligence went in and even not just recognize his facial movements, and the, expression Seattle space but went down to how his skin was wrinkling would he'd make expressions and translated all of that into the three d. model that became the Thanos character was thin was just kind of edited by the actual physical. Human being. Artist that's huge so that's the kind of stuff where instead of all for, the longest time three characters kind of. Had a, fake look navigating super realistic expressions and actors performances, are coming through but it's because of, the, breakthroughs of wow. This artificial intelligence when are we going to three d. I rendered movie where there is no actors that the AI does everything itself how. Soon till that so that's. The next step so the next step is saying that because the AI can, recognize all this it can store it and if he can, store it it Now knows how to create, a story pattern and defy an emotional pattern to that, story So I started the motions and looks in the fields of all these actors I can pull those out and figure out how to recreate what the script wants me the great and. The scary thing is is now it can even start to attempt to write the scripts So. Very soon this is the cool thing is something I talked about yesterday with a bunch of people was in the future which could be five ten years but you know not that far away When you like a movie..

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"harry housing" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

04:59 min | 3 years ago

"harry housing" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Helsinki the talk putin vladimir putin and i'm just thinking wow this is a lot of interesting top going on and there's a lot of potential for things to be kind of weird and wacky and you see how one side reacts you know the idea that you know how trump is handling the nato summit and how he's criticizing germany and he's attacking germany for their double standard in our media especially the left side of the if you ought to look at cnn or msnbc and they're just going after this maddened by the whole thing they're going crazy about it and for those of you that have been in the conspiracy theorist realm for a long period time might me nato is never been really a friend and trump basically you know he goes in and he basically fulfills all of the conspiracy theory would be considered conspiracy theory prophecy or conspiracy theory prediction or all these things he's done a number of things where you know and and quite frankly he's vindicated some of the things i've talked about before of his policies and some of his perspectives and number of things and i shake my head and i'm going wait a minute this is too good to be true we're living in some b movie apocalypse here okay i thought barack obama was who's leading gives him to be movie apocalypse trump is letting us into a b movie apocalypse as well that's on either good or bad that's just observing okay that's how you was your things critically you'd be all pissed off you think that's stepping all over your conservative viewpoints but it's really not it's basically showing that yes we're living in times wherever you draw back on memories if you draw back on comic books if you drop back on scifi you draw back on all of those films be bubis whatever we're seeing like like i said h g wells you're seeing jules verne you're seeing all of these people or well it's all coming together in one big conspiracy taco okay it's a big burrito wrapped with all kinds of interesting tidbits and the reason why compared to be horror film b besides scifi because many you know i love for old be horror and science fiction films my passion for this genre of film gave me the enthusiasm to publish my own sci fi horror fanzine unexpectedly received a blessing from forrest j ackerman who at the time was the founder and publisher of famous monsters a film land and having this dorfman gave me the opportunity to interview the likes of director roger corman wes craven of course nightmare on elm street and of course i was interesting i was even roommate at one time with a guy who dated right harry howson's daughter vanessa nine a moment to talk with ray i met ray through his relationship with vanessa and he goes you don't know who ray harry housing did that stop motion model animation stuff and it was amazing how he would painstakingly he would take things like skeleton armies you remember jason the argonauts skill army and jason the argonauts and then bit a logical characters bring them to life these films and i was able to actually see close up the amir the creature from the film twenty million miles to earth up close and personal and then one of his favourite creations was medusa from the film clash of the titans in fact according to the movie history and movie historian say stephen the movie historian and said the most people know the story of pegasus medusa through ray hurry houses depiction of them in the film otherwise you know most people base most people base their imaging actually parameters on how medusa was formed by ray harry housing and why and how pegasus was formed by rate harry housing with seating movie clash of the titans and this is interesting since the fact that medusa in the film was only on for about five minutes less than five minutes in the film and so when you go back to greek mythology for those of you that into mythology medusa was one of the three gorgon sisters but once been stunningly beautiful she was raped by the god poseidon in the temple of athena it wouldn't athena discover them she turned medusa his hair into snakes and gave her the curse of turning all living things looked enjoy is turning him into stone perseus that eventually killed medusa using his shield is a mirror in order to avoid being paralyzed by her gaze most of us you know of course mc medusa in that film and most of us have had the.

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"harry housing" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

03:57 min | 3 years ago

"harry housing" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"The pilot wrote this jazz score with i had a a jazz bucket player like those guys down in the in the in the subway that you see with playing the buckets that was sort of the drum set for and everything was really jazzy and one of the studio exempt said you can't do jazz in tv people don't understand jazz you can't use jazz in a television show and i'm like literally this was the comment and the score got thrown out and i ended up not scoring the the show thankfully because it's been a nightmare but i remember thinking are you kidding so every time you try to do something different in this town there's someone there to slap you down and tell you why you shouldn't know we can't be different it must all be the same or else we won't make any money people only will eat the same thing over and over again thing about the incredible says you i think you're watching a period film because it's because the music is so reminiscent of of that stuff of sixty stuff there's a little nova in there i watched i watched it last night and the see the scene where bob is is kind of getting his mojo back yes yeah and you're playing you're playing i mean i'm almost feeling like i'm listening to sergio mendez in the brasil sixty six and i know this because i know you so long i know you're this comes from listening that your father's records in the basement yes i love that stuff so much just pouring everything in there yeah my watching it with my wife and she says it's like we're watching a retro superhero movie yes set in nineteen sixty two or sixty and the design element on the design everything they're all works together when you're looking at it and you're just like wow it's it is a big throwback and i i love it for that but there's not many you don't get that many chances to do things like that in this town tell tell gilbert to and he'll he'll get off on this you scored and was this for for i think for jj for cloverfield you you did a tribute to japanese monster movies yes i did i did i love of godzilla movies and we yeah exactly i love those things sheila dig recently i well he's been sick yeah he he was the guy who is god silla oh yes yeah the guy in the cost yeah years ago yeah yes but i as a kid growing up i mean i grew up outside of philadelphia so they had this thing creature double feature on saturdays and we would watch me and my brother anthony that's where we were at one pm whenever it starts that's where we were watching it and so much of it were we're films like that but that's where also found my love of ray harry housing you know and willis o'brien and all your did you life like men that i love stop motion and i loved anything that had to do with a guy in a suit and smashing a city i was in for that i was i all in in fact i was telling you frank about the short film that i just you with pat with patent and the and the film is literally guy that does that all that's larry and it is it's it's you guys are completely cut out of the same cloth so you must've been matico oh no no he we're good friends but he was not happy with me because the suit was like like i explained the stormtrooper suit this suit was even worse because it was like three hundred degrees in the suit he had to wear so cash and hatton as a as a guy who puts on a monster suit and steps on cities yes attic and i heard willet show brian he also did the original lost world silent movie yes yes that's right and and then they called him back to do the claude rains lost world you know in color and right around and everything and.

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"harry housing" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"harry housing" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"Established give let's go through number one of the box office kingdom come king comes up at all right so number one of the box office it's third week at the box office let's run on the table last weekend my friends it was number one at the box office the weekend before number one it was number one at the box office is third week it has grossed sixty eight million dollars i saw this movie in theaters is very funny what's the final final gross is a hundred and twelve million dollars it's bond three sequels it's comedy action comedy spy kids also featuring allen carrying as a villain what is that flew flew right remember the thumb half i think as fluke from looking it up i'm looking it up feeding flu p thank you name i wasn't really disputing but great movie i am oh robbery goes best film spy kids yeah no what's his best movie industrial don know it's caused by no it's definitely still i'll tell you is an amazing i'll tell you why because spy kids doesn't force you to listen to quit and tarantino describe oral yes well that's a fair point mmediately knots points off from their point spy kids one rule spy kids two is pretty good bosomy chevy's funny he fox in plays dr romero who makes his harry housing monsters as mike it's three i don't really remember three game over fly perfect movie is yeah it's a perfect.

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"harry housing" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"harry housing" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Because we gotta put them all ironside people in town cookie jar cats running after people like men's this this is your no better come on the thing is they don't have to do right it's almost like racist coffee unnecessary just wanted to go into the little shine at nocco home we would just say what my man is trying to say is that there's a little slow shake little asian man salt shaker that comes out and he's a translator for this cat the big cat with the like with the hand down the and he comes on is like cut fuchsias coming into in the cadillacs yeah really cool man boom making it better you do not want to see this oh here's another thing like i'm telling you the movie it's getting it's getting insane and that's why i say he's an animator to kind of having fun without any kind of real then he kind of real story context coherence because there's even a point with the pons get so bad they can start making random puns that mean nothing to anybody except animation fan people there's a bag of chips and the name of the chips is harry housing chips.

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"harry housing" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"harry housing" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Well you to enjoy doing it on not yes to that and that is news bright singer both boring me it's time for and other guest on for second in view of this week's pulled john nugent for it is he pits his wits against the archbishop of animation the most of moulding the constantly area of clay i'm not going to carry on with this plasticine skirun he is of course the original automan mr nick park he and fundamentalist tom hilst an made themselves available for jones rebid interrogation uh which you can hear now we are delighted to have on the import koschnick park until mendelssohn how are you both very well we have very well yes we all very well today you speak collectively horrible co last week and glad to hear it's a bit nicely but i'm so early man it's tokua obviously right from the start you reminded me those old like very harry housing b movies for the dinosaurs fighting are they saw films you wish this as kids by three not a not honestly not so much but i used to watch odman films is either so mainly uh the question fanek but we odman where i did i i have i can remember when i first saw a guerande out the wrong trousers but that's the suffice to wbz anyway oh has fluttering in techniques and yet now i that i very much him imf may harry house in was a hero of mine and i saw the milanese bc when those by levin i think i was too young to notice recco welsh i was obsessed with dinosaurs.

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"harry housing" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"harry housing" Discussed on KOIL

"So it's obvious that they're preparing for war it's obvious and that's that was kind of my message in the last hours that we're looking at a lot of different things happening in as i pointed out with william graham lease let's called gods of eden in what robert anton wilson told me in house several others people like arthur clarke arthur c clarke authors they have all said that usually when we see things happening in the skies strange things happen this guy's is a sign the war is coming now remember reading brownies book gods of evening he said that one of the things is that there are different aliens out there that wish to employ certain people to do their bidding and to bring ward of the planet so we have the good guys we have the bad guys and the bad guys want war good guys want us to use our technology with with uh with good judgment the others want to give us technology so in kill ourselves so we can find ways to create more mechanize that for the planet we all know that war is the great equaliser we see lives that are lost lives that are changed and in all the chaos that comes with more we may not pay attention but it is technology that just suddenly winds up on the scene and when we look up it becomes alien to the eye it doesn't look like anything we've never seen before last night the talk of flying triangles a fleet of alien ships of the navy pilots the pilots talking about what they sonacos to san diego japan with bright lights in earthquakes it was earthquake just off of a where that you up oversight over baja california earthquake is reported as six point three i mean things are canada's our things are happening and if you pay attention it's all coming together in a in a nice sweet crescendo when i said in the last hour reminded me of a harry housing film of the earth versus the flying saucers old be horror film i used to publish a magazine it was a be magazine the dealt with films like that any earth versus the.

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"harry housing" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

02:06 min | 4 years ago

"harry housing" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"Yes the these shorter answer is he's thinking is yes there's i've been very lucky i've been very lot like you right i've met so many of my pop culture heroes who did you not meet what is needed meet walt disney yeah but the retreat which was a young i was younger those who was it conceivable and it's almost shocking you never met that person uh good question i don't know could crushed jacek could i thought i don't have a ready answer for it well you can ultimately answer is not gone never met john fontaine who who neither lie recently we have allied governments is bed i met her sister levy to have one yes and they did not like each other no they did not know they didn't know they did not like people are more famous further feud yeah yeah yeah i you know i i got to meet fred astaire once that was unforgettable mall at what point of his life was at a toward the end for the end the only celebrities to celebrities who have been tung tight around one of them was gene kelly is like there's no way i'm talking to gene kelly that is just he's a level of god that rain not right and then the other one which should have been the easiest in a way ray harry oust him on there was nothing intimidating about him as a person not every person the world knows who ray harry housing as i wrote my seventh grade term paper about ray harry algirdas you dan and they're he was and i was just like i refuse to go up sumons home how much i liked the skeleton fight what else do i have to say it didn't i sp ha how 'bout you he yuban to untied around i'll look wealth as a kid donald o'connor oh that was the armed albi off that was that was it for me and then i have a costed and terrified rest hamlin which already served you talk about this because he's my first crash because seven brides my favorite movie he was my first crew light six other not brides husband's you could have pit i i did well i think mean for anybody howard keel is like.

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"harry housing" Discussed on The Narrative

The Narrative

01:57 min | 4 years ago

"harry housing" Discussed on The Narrative

"No baseball is our national pastime and it's up to the eu from our country to keep that firestorm going not at top speed i am spotting seven thousand faithful fans hailed a guy who pitched shut out against obama fellow who once played some role ball themselves moya's imbalance lucky and sense of timing of a trained athlete hoffman were the difference between living and dying now as boys rich much speaking ahead and julie seconds golden era of sports some man just aside it all right i had a fling with professional baseball and now uh i'm i'm going to give that up uh and just get a degree cut a college degree and go in another field or even not cut a college degree in the do something else and i think one thing that uh motivated the change was those men who had gotten married and we're beginning to start families when harry housing returns from the war in nineteen 46 chile's didn't go to school on the bill wait until spring to return to the now relocated cornell pirates ponied uh he chose the former in a year he was married into he had a child he graduated 1949 others tried to get back in the day but found the brought back more from the warden they thought hilmar children who was in the canadian air forests was shot down over kiel germany and spent time in a prisoner of war care and after the war his mental toughness had been affected trouble concentrating people told me that he looked great before the game but wants to game began he had this problems you might have come back with your body intact put your mind might have been affected.

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