35 Burst results for "Hitchcock"

COVID-stricken mom reunites with baby 2 months after birth

AP News Radio

01:30 min | 5 months ago

COVID-stricken mom reunites with baby 2 months after birth

"A twenty year old New Hampshire woman has reunited with her new baby after fighting for her life against covert nineteen for two months on Ben Thomas with the story you see that make a me too moment Brandi milliner says her daughter mackenzie Keller was diagnosed with covert nineteen in late November rushed to the hospital four days later where she had a C. section and placed in intensive care he was intubated very long hard road or we didn't know if she was going to recover kept under sedation Keller spent forty seven days having your blood pump through a machine that removes carbon dioxide finally on February third she met her son Zachary for the first time telling Elliot Thompson there is a big Karen Maloney a nurse at the Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center says they see a lot of difficult often tragic stories in the I see you when we get one like this where somebody has made such an amazing recovery and gets to meet their child for the first time it's it's a real special one for us Keller wasn't vaccinated against covert nineteen when she got sick wanting to wait until after she gave birth doctors tell her she'll have to wait a couple more weeks now she's undergoing physical therapy as she regains her ability to walk it's still a little difficult I still get my heart race still raises a little bit meanwhile her mother Brandi milliner says never give up hope no matter why did this happen every single day and she's ours I'm Ben Thomas

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"hitchcock" Discussed on Campfire Sht Show

Campfire Sht Show

05:14 min | 10 months ago

"hitchcock" Discussed on Campfire Sht Show

"My high delicacy you've to be under game on your puffer name. Yeah people die. She didn't say that they really yeah. Okay that's scares me because it is. It is obviously a very delicate thing. Yeah train and you can't make you can't have a bad day at work. If you're right or the chef at a pufferfish also. I wasn't even thinking you know. But if i was going to die death by pufferfish would be one of my top eight. I would like to put that on your tombstone. She died. that's a good one. What about you guys. You can't we can't hear your answer but we'd love to hear it if you want to write it okay. The next one would you start off in the distance and talk to people. The next one is from both of our good friend. Okay in a plus camper. We love her luanda. you'll shonda we. I use less onto as one of my barometers. Our podcast is doing it because she is not afraid to write in and tell us. I do like this. I don't know the shonda will tell you. Exactly what's on your mind always. I left her beautiful. Milos and and and it's not always She doesn't she doesn't put on What do you call that soft gloves. Now she's the pufferfish she's the pufferfish. Yeah i love it. I love airfoil. Be careful you'll like her question she wants to know. What is our favorite hitchcock film. Oh okay well mind. Straight out of the gate is rear window. I love that film so much. You told me to watch it because you think i like it. I think you will like it. It's all about Without giving away too much. It deals in voyeurism. I likey and that's why i thought you'd like it. I like it and so with demand across the street. I watch him watch Yeah i would say rear window okay. Well he's always breaks his leg spoiler alert. I think just watched the film. Okay who knows what. I like about hitchcock. There's definitely a lot of like incestual themes like mommsen sons and stuff okay. I'm super into that okay. I've seen birds. Birds is a great film. But of course. I'm going to be basic because it's really one of the only ones i've seen and i'm gonna go a psycho so of course just that scene i mean. Do you ever feel like when you're in the shower. Does that resonate with you. I think that's the kind of film and moment in a film where you can't deny that it's in everyone's mind you've even if you've never even seen or heard of that movie you've seen a clip of somewhere and you've heard the dan dan dan. What an iconic moment to have been created in the fifties and sixties and and have it still resonate today. That's pretty epic and that's why you know. Hitchcock was a master of that kind of suspense and horror. I'm less of a horror guy in more of a suspense guy. I'd much rather watch things. That aren't like jump scare. Jump scare but I love suspense. Which is why. I just watched that film the lighthouse and it had some elements of it had hitchcock feelings to me. Just i definitely think it was trying to be the same vein. You know a lot of directors do that. it's hard. I think it'd be hard to be a director and and wanna be like hitchcock but then you can't really do it that way because you'll just be referred to as hitchcock never be your own thing gray birds flying around and having black and white without instead of birds going to be. Spiders trying to chock. Yeah oh when. I just watched arachnophobia for the first time ever. I like that film a lot join. It counts no no. I already know that when you reviewed films on the radio show that you didn't even watch them and just like looked up like a youtube some of them the grind a minute or something credit is like i really like the wax rx ziv again again. Okay but i don't know if you know about this one. Oh no honestly someone thinking. What are your thoughts for both of us on a. Are you familiar with couch guy. Tick-tock no oh my god. I love this shit. This question's gonna take a minute you guys okay. So let me just tell you okay. There's been this viral video over the past week or so where On talk there was a trend of people showing themselves surprising their significant other or gift. They have a long distance relationship. They'll show up. They'll show how excited their partner is. And so this one girl. Lauren got in on the action and showed herself surprising her boyfriend. Robbie but the internet went wild because she wasn't expecting it but the meeting was so like lackluster. And his reaction got. I think it has thirty two million views and so everyone started saying that he wasn't excited enough and is this. The one who is on the couch with two girls girl have the phone. Yeah okay that it's made. Its way into like everyone. No i'd never seen it. But i know of it. Okay let show you the video show. It will be interesting to hear as this. This may take a minute so this is acting this car. Okay hold on one sec okay. So please play the audio as well. This has as this happened. Has sixty two million view. Let me say okay. well don't hit it for me. Just let me hit it million views or the sixty million views this one. Yeah and hold it up loud so that they can.

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Using AI to Improve Health Behaviors with Ravi Komatireddy, of Motiv Health Inc.

Outcomes Rocket

02:27 min | 1 year ago

Using AI to Improve Health Behaviors with Ravi Komatireddy, of Motiv Health Inc.

"Today i have the privilege of hosting dr ravi kamata ready. He's Digital health entrepreneur. Who is currently the founder and ceo of motive health inc a startup passionately focused on using human and ai. Coaches for health behavior change. He is an internal medicine physician. Who trained at dartmouth hitchcock medical center and the university of california san diego. Additionally he was the first and i h wireless digital health scholar at the scripps translational science institute and west health institute where he earned a masters in clinical translation investigation previously. He co founded and served. As the chief medical officer of two funded digital health startups numata inc. A big data. Ai healthcare company focused on creating the world's largest medical graph database which was eventually acquired by google and reflection health inc digital medicine avatar lead gamified virtual physical therapy solution using motion tracking cameras in the home. He also received i grant from nasa flight opportunities program to advance research in digital health and human spaceflight. That's pretty cool. And the work that he's doing is really cool at motive health so i'm excited to have him on the podcast. Welcome robert thanks. Thanks so much for having me you know when you list that stuff off it sounds like a lot and i think about it like wow. That is a lot. I don't have time for all that. Well you know a lot of people that do great things ravi are usually the ones that do the majority of them and i say if you want something done. Give it to the busiest person you now. That's that's definitely a lifestyle that have adopted. Well thank you very much for having me on. Be glad to talk about what everyone talk about absolutely so before we go there robbie. I definitely want to learn about health and listeners. Definitely learn about it. Talk to us a little bit about. What inspires your work and healthcare. Honestly i can tell you the line about you know we should make everyone feel better and not be sick and stuff like that but if i had to drill it down to what really inspires me about it because those things are true. The truth is it's about human performance. I'm just fascinated by what people can achieve when they work together on things and i'm talking in let's just if we zoom out for go to like everything from pyramids to highways vaccines landing on the moon. This is like no aliens didn't build that stuff right this is people so it's people coming together rallying around a common goals a pretty amazing thing and you can get some amazing things done without right. You can explore the universe. You can figure out how to solve really complicated problems. So that's only possible. Would you have people

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Albert Watson: From Math to Photography

Photography Daily

02:00 min | 1 year ago

Albert Watson: From Math to Photography

"This is. Albert albert photography's gaining mathematics locked. Because it seemed like you were destined to do something with your incredible mathematics muscle such that. You'd flexed work. In the am industry in your first job. Prod to uni which was calculating the path of missiles had they ever been fought wold russia. Not not the start of a story. Many people might expect so. It's my saw something creative but you certainly wanted to learn. Didn't you was determined to go back to university. Backed university go to university. Because i left. School went to london for one year. Then a factor for a year. But i was determined to go back to university i was determined and i took mathematic classes at night school and i also had two days a week going to art classes so at the end of the year. I missed the application to edinburgh art college so i applied to dundee and i got into into dundee which is the dunkin of jordan instead in college about up. And don't be which is part of sedans university and this is where you start to study. Graphic design was that i had two years general art. Yeah on what they do. Is you do pottery. You do drawing painting a lot of drawing and painting because they felt that was the basis of a lot of art and You had a history of our silversmith thing. Graphic design textile design and you could specialize. There were different schools within the college. I love design. I still do. I went into graphic design school. And i took the craft subject which was the first year they did. It was photography. But this time it was nineteen sixty four to sixty six that i studied in specialized graphic design and The craft subsequent

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Hollywood Icon and Chicago Native Kim Novak On Her Relationship With Art

Q

01:53 min | 1 year ago

Hollywood Icon and Chicago Native Kim Novak On Her Relationship With Art

"That is the opening theme to the 1958. Hitchcock thriller Vertigo, starring Jimmy Stewart. And Kim Novak came out of what's known as Hollywood's golden age, but for many studio actors working at that time Things weren't always so golden. Kim Novak was one of Hollywood's top box office stars, which meant she faced a grueling work schedule. The studio system put huge pressure on her and she suffered abuse. Luckily, she had a coping mechanism. Hurt. Until one day. She left. Chemist now in her late eighties, And earlier this year, she put out a book of her paintings called Kim Novak, her art and life. I was so delighted. Get the chance to talk to Kim Novak from her home in Oregon. Kim, How are you? I'm five dogs. Thank you. I'm excited to talk to you today about art because people know you as a movie star, But I know art was your first love and you'd won scholarships to study fine art at the prestigious Chicago Art Institute. Wanted art give you growing up? Well, it gave me many things. But I would say mostly courage because I felt confident in my ability for one thing, but I felt confident. And being able to forge ahead with my own and trust my feelings and my instincts. And for me, it was always about feelings, because I I need to get that out of me. I don't like keeping in feelings locked in. I want them expressed. And every time I get a feeling a strong feeling, I'm at my easel. I've got Three easels going at one time, because sometimes I've got more feelings going on that one time I mean it For me. It has become such a wonderful experience, because no, I'm not in films. I could dedicate my whole life to it because it seems like you were on the

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Episode 134: Road Rage - burst 12

The Swearwolves

04:53 min | 1 year ago

Episode 134: Road Rage - burst 12

"Funny can you whistle. Yeah i can't. I cannot weasel have this. I'd like i really suck it with like i really have to try to get sound and then that sound is just like it's just very like soft like you see those people like theme parks or whatever and they're like wanting to get the attention that i can't do that i don't know how they do that. I don't know why they put their tongue their fingers in their mouth but even whistling to get someone's attention like my wife and i will joke about this because i'll be all it's like. No sounds like we know what could hear it so every once in a while like i'll whistle songs. Yeah and it's like. Give me a song just song like a popular song that i would know god bed to the bone. Okay so they that's how bad it is. But i'll do it as a joke and my wife. Because i'll be like three breathy. So that being said david. It's game showtime the this welcome ladies and gentleman to the first ever episode of the swear wolves game. What see whistling. here's your host brett anderson. Begging village botch. It's good to be here. We have our contested. David david i am going to whistle and they got it gets with sleep. Famous horror themes songs from famous horror movies. Okay and you have to guess okay. I don't know how many we're gonna do until it gets. Hold adapted devon devon. David rela the play. What's he wesleyan. Yes bring it on. We're going to start off with something somewhat easy halloween. Yes diving board thing all right but was following theme by child carpenter. Dr. this is still in the horror realm. Okay so over here. It's not all movies okay. All right alfred hitchcock presents yes. Good look to for to house my whistling up. It's very breath all right. This is one this a little bit easy to. Is there a draft in here johnson. Three for three with a little bit harder. This is going to be hard for me. I think we've already established that. It's hard for me to whistle anything okay. We'll do this one. Oh gremlins ooh watson. Well slid four four a make an even five out of five with this last one here so much pressure. This is a hard one. No no god. Which one am i going to feel. Shut okay mega. Five five with this one. This is the fifth. Ought to make it five out of five. Become the champion in the history of. What's he leslie. oh street. And you're dollar champion. Everybody's new favorite game show. Let's see wow feels good. I did not know that you can't whistle. That's money what are you talking about the perfectly you're gonna get out of five

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Google to stop selling ads based on browsing history

The CyberWire

04:07 min | 1 year ago

Google to stop selling ads based on browsing history

"Interesting story this comes from the wall street journal and it's titled google to stop selling ads based on your specific web browsing. There is more to this than meets the eye rangers zone a lot more. There's a lot of moving parts in the story. Okay so if we start from this story with the wall street journal from the wall street journal it says that google is moving away from third party cookies and this has been a long time coming We've seen other things like this happen with apple getting rid of their advertiser ide- or getting rid of it but making making it so that users have to opt in to share it with other people services like facebook. Google is been the last browser to get rid of a third party cookie tracking in their browser. And they're not going to start doing that to till two thousand twenty two but because their browsers not going to do it. They're actually going to stop doing. It themselves stopped using these third party. Cookies in there As a method of tracking people and some advertisers are saying. This is good for the user. Because it's going to have Give them more privacy and then other advertisers are saying This google being too heavy handed and some are saying. We've been preparing for this for about ten years There's another article here in the wall. Street journal called google's user tracking. Crackdown has advertising bracing for change. And that's that's where. You're seeing the comments from the advertisers but google walking away from third party cookies and stopping the use of third party. Cookies is not the privacy move that it seems Ciphers over at the electronic frontier foundation is talking about. What's next because google doesn't want to stop tracking you and if you think about if we talked about the facebook issue with Apple not letting them had their their facebook. Id are there apple advertising idea unless they ask for it and i said at that point in time that facebook is still going to track you across all their apps and everything they own which includes you know what's app there. They had that that privacy or the The update to the what's app terms and conditions that kind of backed off of their on. Do they own instagram. They on facebook. They're still tracking you and building a model of you inside your your their services and it looks like google is trying to do the same thing but the problem here is that google is the leader in the web browser Market natan they have the largest share of web browsing. This article from bennett. Ciphers talks about a google proposal called the federated learning of cohorts or flock. And this is a browser. Add on or capability or or feature if you will That has i loved it. There's bennet puts privacy quotes around. This says the privacy sandbox and they say it will be better than the world. We have today but google has gone to the wc three. Which is the standard bodies for the web and in the web advertising business group which is a group within the w. c. three primarily made of ad tech vendors. They have been proposing a bunch of technical standards to go into flock which include things like pigeon. Turtledove sparrow thrall bird or alfred. Hitchcock fans are are not put at ease by the naming decision. But that's all right. Let me quote this article. Each of the bird. Proposals is designed to perform one of the functions and the targeted advertising ecosystem. That is currently done by cookies. Right so what that means is google is putting out to the world. Hey we're getting rid of. We're getting rid of third party cookies. We're finally coming in line with this using our web browser. Because now we have cupcakes. Yeah yeah of course. I can get around this by going to something. Like fire. Fox or brave or Some other privacy centered browser.

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"hitchcock" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"hitchcock" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"And I'm gonna accept everything. Biden does. I'm just saying I would not recommend to everyone that they start fighting against every single aspect of Joe Biden. It's not going to serve you. Well, you fight where you see, Fighting is warranted. That's all I'm saying. But a lot of people can't hear it that way. If if I show any kind of support for the president of the United States of America, the devil Hey, don your dumb ass! Well, you taught him Don show. Hitchcock, Dental, Godly Man. I got to make that transition to start talking about teeth now and one thing that that's Brandon Hitchcock Hitchcock Dental wants to remind you folks is that you do have to take care of your teeth. The fact is, a lot of people have stayed away from the dentist during Cove it that's bad, because if you're neglecting your teeth You're neglecting the gateway to your overall health. You have got to get back to the dentist folks. They're taking all the covert 19 precautions. Do not worry about that. You're gonna be safe. Get those teeth clean and get any other issues you've been putting off taking care of. Here's another thing. If you're interested, knowing more about dental implants, which you're a better alternative to dentures for a lot of people because they stay locked down like your own natural real teeth. Heads. Cock Dental is a leader in the field of the placement and restoration of dental implants. It's a great way to go. You eat all the foods that you love. It really is more like having your own natural real teeth versus dentures, which, as you know, can be loose. They can rub your gums that can cause all kinds of irritation. That's a very common problem with dentures. You do not Get that with dental implants ever, ever, ever, ever. It's worth looking into folks Hedgehog Dental 51298 to 98 51 to go to Hitchcock dental dot com. Adventure There's are introducing TD Ameritrade's newest trading platform. Thinker Swim Web. It has all the essential tools and trade.

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How to Choose an Instrument Approach, RH of Opposing Bases, Syringe Pilot Shares Details + GA News

Aviation News Talk podcast

05:13 min | 1 year ago

How to Choose an Instrument Approach, RH of Opposing Bases, Syringe Pilot Shares Details + GA News

"And welcomed aviation news talk show about general aviation with relevant news and flying tips for pilots and student pilots. To help keep you safe. I'm extra scott for our pilot skills topping today. We'll be talking about the factors you should consider when choosing instrument approach and air traffic controller r h of the opposing basis. Podcasts will be here to answer listener questions. And finally we'll talk with a newsmaker a young pilot who did something that made headlines around the world last week episode. One seventy one. We talked with andy chant about the sleek new petrol panther aircraft. So if you didn't hear that episode you may want to check it out and if aviation is talk. Podcast is new to you in whatever app. You're using to listen to us now. Just click on the subscribe button. So new episodes will download for free each week. I think you'll enjoy today's show and you won't want to miss future shows this week in the news. Real time. updates on special use airspace are coming to the cockpit. A student pilot selfie results force landing and an airport. Snowplow driver got in trouble at the reading pennsylvania. Airport all this more and the news starts now. From alpa dot org coming to the cockpit. Real time special. Use airspace updates real time status of military operation areas or moas and other types of special use airspace or s. You a into. The cockpit of aviators has been included in the national defense authorization. Act or indeed led by senator james inhofe of oklahoma chairman of the senate armed services committee and representative sam graves of missouri. The top republican on the house committee on transportation and infrastructure and a member of the house armed services committee a provision in the act was included that requires the faa and the department of defense to establish automated. Real-time broadcast similar to temporary flight restrictions dissemination on the real time status of emo as and restricted airspace. The aa an annual bill was passed in both the house and senate by overriding the president's veto making sixty consecutive years that it has become law the goal to improve operational safety and efficiency by transmitting directly into the cockpit the real time status of military training and other su as will result in enormous savings and environmental benefits robberies of private commercial and military aircraft a mitre corporation report developed in two thousand twelve documented the potential benefits of such a system according to the report quote overall approximate annual. Good weather flight savings in the national airspace system. Include fuel savings of one hundred million dollars distance savings of thirty million nautical miles flight. Time savings of ninety thousand hours and reduction of carbon dioxide emissions of three hundred million kilograms. Lp president mark baker said this really sets the course for faa and dod the use existing technology to ensure pilots have tools readily available in order to transmit this type of airspace. Safely and efficiently'' it's a game changer. For many pilots and insurers are warfighters. Continue to receive the training. They need and deserve from k. H. dot com. Which i believe is a houston television station. Pilot killed after jumping in a rolling plane that went airborne while doing maintenance. Faa says one person was killed when a small plane crashed in a residential area of galveston county according to authorities. According to the faa an unoccupied single engine plane began to move forward while maintenance work was being performed on the aircraft at scholes international airport in galveston. A pilot jumped in the plane at the faa says it rolled over chalks and became airborne plane went down in a residential area near the intersection of south railroad and mike avenue in hitchcock at about two pm the pilot has been identified as fifty year old austin stall of galveston. There were no passengers on the plane and other injuries reported plane went down near railroad tracks. The call someone is a nurse who lives near the crash site. She said she saw the plane flying very low before nosediving into the ground right in front of her house. And i think probably the key takeaway on this is that sometimes. It's probably better to let an airplane go. Even though you know that it's probably going to be damaged rather than try. And get into the airplane and injure or kill yourself from aviation safety dot. Net hawker eight hundred. Xp crashes during landing on runway one four at farmingdale republic airport in new york now one of our patriots mega supporters. Jim gold fussy gives ground instruction at republic. Airport notified me of the accident immediately after it happened. A raytheon hawker eight hundred. X p november four one to juliette alpha performing telling air flight t.f. Nine forty one suffered an accident during landing on runway one four at the farmington republic airport on long island. Both bins sustained minor injuries at twenty thirty two local time. The flight was cleared for an approach to runway one four. The tower controller reported wind calm and stated that the aircraft that landed five minutes prior at reported that the cloud base was at minimums.

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"hitchcock" Discussed on Adult Beverage Podcast

Adult Beverage Podcast

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"hitchcock" Discussed on Adult Beverage Podcast

"Uncle frank stephen root as mac daddy or something like that. Daddy mac i think is his name in it It was really good. It's really good a highly recommend every by watching it is filmed in wilmington A lot of actors. Yeah me dave blaming you gotta give him big props a dave hager's in it My car harding's and burgess all great actors. And you know. I think i think the story itself just phenomenal all the way through. I mean it is a tear jerker of a movie gets you just. it's nice. it's a nice surprise. You know for for a low budget type film. it's just fascinating and a great story and indie fair good indie fair and i'm putting it as one of the top films that's come out this year Take real impressed with i. Love the storytelling. I thought the way it was told. And you know it's funny. It's entertaining you. Never get bored. And i think it's a it's a meaningful story that needs to be told and i thought i got two big thumbs up for for doing that so it was good. I also saw one called spontaneous. Has anyone seen that. I haven't seen that one. I was kinda hoping it would be the heather's of our new generation. It's about these high school kids and they keep blowing up and it's got the girl catherine lankford i think is her name from Nice out the young girl purchase and I forget the boy in the guy in at something plumber and it's just it's kind of it's fine it's dark it's obviously people blowing up throughout the movie and it's a fun indie movie. That people should check out spontaneous. Nice i'm also not in it. But neither is stephen root. H that take that route. Another one i watched Tv shows on hbo and a highly recommend. This one is the the undoing. It's got hugh grant in it Nicole kidman donald sutherland and it basically follows a therapist in new york city and kind of a one night. What happens during one night involving. I'm not gonna tell too much about the story but involving friends and things that go wrong and as the story unfolds. You try to look at it from in the end. You're you're basically questioning every single person. It's so well done on that side. Where you're you know you don't know who's the who's the villain in the situation and take on that one. Have you watched it. Yeah i. I've never had a show where i became so less interested as it goes along like by the end i i was out. I thought it was. That's actually the general consensus. I've had for my friends. They were like really into it at first. And then i just couldn't wait for it to be over. Then why did you. Why didn't you just stop watching it. Because i was already committed to find out what happened but you have to find out. Did you know. Did you know what was gonna that was going to turn out. No i mean. I had a lot of guests i would say it did do a really good job of making you get everybody I just saw. You just didn't care by the end. Yeah i mean. I'm i'm not gonna say too much because it gives him. I was trying to say that. I became less interested as it went along and i could see how that could happen because i was like three n i was really innocent. It's like a six. I think six parts Three n i was like really you know i.

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"hitchcock" Discussed on Adult Beverage Podcast

Adult Beverage Podcast

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"hitchcock" Discussed on Adult Beverage Podcast

"On g a f you master. So we've got on here. Also we've got lovely laura patriot and squeaker also with some awesome hair. Well he does the best in the business so we gotta go for it But anyway we're not here to talking about squeakers hair. We're here to talk about you. Alfred hitchcock's vertigo for vertigo vertigo. S patrick to refer to as vertigo so vertigo Let me ask this. Is this your favorite. Alfred hitchcock film now. Now tell tell me what it is. What's your favorite to say psycho. I just really liked that one. I'm torn between psycho and the birds stuff happens. Yes that happens stuff happens in him. I'm going to be perfectly honest false. Or i'm going to be perfectly honest. I haven't seen very many hitchcock films like all the way through. I've seen bits and pieces. Ton of them but i think psychos one of the ones. I've just seen completely except for vertigo now But yeah let's say psycho still just has a cake of so many great things about it. It's a great. it's a great one. Let's talk about that instead. Yeah why did you pick this one. Jeez i think this is a great. Yeah this is a chance to be honest. This is this is not my favorite of his actually rear window. I love the story of rear window. And how it falls in the you know the location and you know what it's all about But i i will say vertigo is a film that every time i watch it i gain more knowledge about it and i and i have a bigger appreciation for it and i loved it from the very beginning so it wasn't something that you know i grew into and i think this film was really interesting when it came out it was not a success and i think you know from people critics boards and there's a lot of things about this film that have grown over the years and as it's gotten more and more now it's become more appreciated By so many critics filmmakers and and along the list of you know anyone that's in the film industry. So i my question next is to you is what is it. Okay first of all. Do you love this film or do you hate this phone. We'll start with. Let's start with our guest here. i'll absolutely adored. Its like every minute of it. I it's one of those yet. Like i mentioned seen bits and pieces under the inspirations. And i knew that it was the basically inventor of the dolly zoom and a big influence on brian depaula But hadn't set through and wash. It started finish and Did that earlier today and was just absolutely engaged the entire time And i can understand how it can be polarizing. A i mean honestly the protagonist. I guess you could call it. That is not a very None of irredeemable characterized scott. He's got a lot of problems..

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Sean Connery dies, iconic “James Bond” actor passes away at 90

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:13 min | 1 year ago

Sean Connery dies, iconic “James Bond” actor passes away at 90

"As James Bond and in many other roles. He was one of the smoothest actors ever to grace the screen. Sean Connery died overnight in the Bahamas at the age of 90. Born in Scotland in 1930, Sean Connery defined cool for a generation as the suave spy James Bond and Dr No James. He returned his double 07 in from Russia. With love Goldfinger Thunder Ball, You only live twice. Diamonds are forever and never say Never again. Not only was he a box office smash, she was sought by master filmmakers in Alfred Hitchcock's Marnie John Huston's The Man Who would be King Sidney Lumet's murder on the Orient Express and Brian DePalma's The Untouchables, for which he won the Oscar. Get Capone. Here's how you get him. He pulls a knife. You pull a gun, He sends one of yours to hospital. You send one of his toe the mark. His list of beloved Flix is endless. Highlander Hunt for Red October. The rock and my favorite is Harrison Ford's father in Indiana Jones and the last crusade I came here to say, Oh, yeah, and who's gonna come to save you Junior? He received the Kennedy Center honor in 1999 and was knighted in 2000, Remembering Sean Connery, Jason Fraley, Deputy news. Coming up

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NBC's Peacock streaming service hits nearly 22 million signups

Talking Tech

01:23 min | 1 year ago

NBC's Peacock streaming service hits nearly 22 million signups

"They've got a special offer for our listeners. So stay tuned after the show to find out more. Have you checked with the peacock streaming service? It's an NBC universal it launched earlier this year and I rather like it. It has lots of shows from NBC both new and old classics from the Universal Library from old chose like Columbo and murder. She wrote two movies that the Great Alfred Hitchcock made for the film studio. Peacock is the most recent of the new major streaming services to launch this year and many folks wonder if it will go the way of Qube, the ill-fated Streamer, which just announced that it would be shutting down by the end of the year. In an odd call with analyst recently, the CEO of NBC Universal Jeff Schell talked up peacock and said, it was the opposite of qube in netted has quote stuff people WanNa. Watch unquote and what is that specifically? Well, a little bit of everything shell mentioned premier league soccer NBC News programming shows that aired and other places before like yellowstone and Mr Mercedes along with reruns of thirty rock in the law and order series. Now, that's the good news the bad news for Shell. You can't watch peacock on the nation's number two streaming platforms Amazon prime video. It is available on Apple TV and Roku.

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Rhonda Fleming, film star in the 1940s and 1950s, dies at 97

America First with Sebastian Gorka

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Rhonda Fleming, film star in the 1940s and 1950s, dies at 97

"Rhonda Fleming Ah Hollywood star of the forties and fifties fame for her fiery red hair has passed away at the age of 97 from her first color film, Fleming became popular with producers because of her hair and green eyes are best known films included a Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court, starring Bing Crosby. And Alfred Hitchcock's Spellbound, starring Gregory Peck and Ingrid Bergman. She also made four films with future President Ronald Reagan

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New Adam Sandler Halloween Movie on Netflix

/Film Daily

02:20 min | 1 year ago

New Adam Sandler Halloween Movie on Netflix

"I, guess sort of mixed reactions in mixed recommendations from me but Brad let's move to you. What have you been watching? I watched another hitchcock remake Huby. Halloween. How many I saw the original but this one is a steep departure. From that. No. This is the new Adam Sandler movie that's on Netflix's Halloween themed obviously, and I went out of my way to watch it because some people including an article that we published on slash home dot com. I don't remember who who wrote it and forcing them. Sir Jacob can tell me here in a second, but they actually said that this movie was funny. And I just WANNA say? No, it's not. I I will say I did laugh a few times during this movie. There are some some funny recurring bits and just a few things that I was surprised just funny jokes that suddenly caught me off guard. But this is just another weird movie were Adam. Sandler puts on a goofy voice and this is one of the voices where you can barely understand what he's saying to because he's mumbling all the time. And it's just has such a weird story and it has these tangents that don't ask anything that don't make any sense like. Shaquille O'Neal's part in particular. Felt like it was super shoehorned. into the proceedings and then. You know you have Julie Garner's character who is yet another woman who is inexplicably infatuated with one sandler's dimwitted goofball characters and I just I don't know how or like. Adam. Sandler his point and like why he's been stuck here for so long 'cause I had also recently rewatch the wedding singer went to talked about in the quarantine stream and recently big daddy because I found out that my parents had never seen and I love both of those movies and they are genuinely hilarious not even just funny by. Adam Sandler movie standards. They're very good comedies and just movies like Cuba Halloween in Sandy Wexler which Steven Brill also directed there. So far, and away you know the kind of comedy that Adam Sandler used to be able to make used to have like characters that were fleshed out and felt real while also being funny and like not just these goofy characters and that's not to say that you can't have comedies that have outlandish characters in them. But whatever Adam Sandler is doing with these kinds

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"hitchcock" Discussed on RPM45

RPM45

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"hitchcock" Discussed on RPM45

"A lot of that crime rate among the songs lust love and all. We go to rick deal with a new company because the draft. And they released listing love once again in Australia's huge it just. Went Straight to the talk. Smile marches community as radar. That went to the top of the charts here in two years to get the Ariss for a club You probably know the risks. I know the rest but the version that we got here, was not quite the same version that was a big hit in Australia. Expressed my misgivings and my. Attitude was that, but it didn't make a difference to clinicals because nothing Nice Difference Club. Behind the songs started everything for us on an international basis of every summer here. Now I love it. So that's that's water under the bridge. Now, you know what? I was a radio DJ at the time and I play all of them what a string of hits I do know this until I started researching you guys that you tied the Beatles for top five hits. We were able to damning seven consecutive top five songs but when you put it in the context of the success while not I had the top five songs on billable at at one time seven consecutive does in comparison however was a stint that we're very proud of kids still an amazing amazing accomplishment. Yes it is absolutely and then there was a little bit of a delay. You had a couple songs that weren't that big hits and then you came back with making love out of nothing at all, which was a number two hit right and that was a Jim. Steinman celery of course had written for mate life produce most of his if not always hit records remained him in New York he was essentially decided laced. July opinion and he played his making fun of or nothing at all and It was event fifteen minutes loan. So we sit recovery through that. It's too long James. So he cut it down to the version that you heard it became a huge Ohio world and it was number two in us because Solomon Kit Disaster Number one was ineligible volatile totally quite brand. Austin we didn't make it to number one. Well you still saw a ton of them right Oh. Yeah we did. Yeah. Yeah. Now, one thing I notice looking at your discography here was that your hits were actually bigger in the US than they were in Australia. Why do you think that is We'll probably the population's GonNa beat senior with it because obviously. Of the US population I'm talking about rankings though well, you know there's there's a there's a thing syndrome and it happened to a bunch of Australia necks where you have success in country and you WanNa go sees and whoever dia they don't want you to get on me successful Australian stay like oil insulin. So we always said we didn't want to be banger spanner in Australia who are. Biggest spending the row the we left the country basically in in nineteen ninety really never went back and I think we suffered tremendous. I know we didn't immediate in that probably has an effect on people and their attitude towards plus we didn't play shows that will I n people just this something else to replace you no matter what you're doing..

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"hitchcock" Discussed on RPM45

RPM45

05:30 min | 2 years ago

"hitchcock" Discussed on RPM45

"Hey this is marquess off and this is RPM forty-five. This. Week a guy who got into music only because his girlfriend pushed him to audition for Jesus Christ superstar five years later, he and his bandmate begin a string of seven consecutive top five hits. Here's our talk with Russell Hitchcock of air supply. I've watched some of your interviews with Russell Your partner. You guys seem like you have an amazing partnership Redo its been forty five days. This year we status together in Jesus, Christ superstar in Australia devotees and we'd be on the road at I'm sure a couple of the ingredients that we didn't. We didn't have success early in that lives said there was very literally going, Vo, Between Office Ryan doesn't want to be the singer I can't write songs. So we come amid each other tremendously the we we know each other is deeply as any two guys that work together Kurd. So in opening, he's having a good day or a bad diane. Chamade. Step on each other's. Respect him and I love him as a brother. Obviously, he's one of the Best Summerlin has resisted in my opinion. It seems like you have a lot of laughs. All we did. Yeah we Kinda made unofficial back in the beginning if we didn't like working with each other, we do it. All that certainly hasn't by any means gotten close to that. This this time it popped from. From the guys in the band, the touring environment than being used to being in a different hotel three or four nights a week and getting on planes. At six in the morning all that stuff. The Reuters but case it to, and we you know we love La Reeb assigned chronic sense of humor people whose English number strident. So we have a carve Commonwealth. Proud of blueprints. Soloist in. Yeah. It seemed like it but you said something interesting to me, which is you said, you didn't have a lot of success at a young age. Well, we're about the same age and I know that you guys start having success in the in the seventies. That's pretty young age yet what actually I wasn't a teenager when we had success, it wasn't like the Hansen's. Bet recording thirty something..

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"hitchcock" Discussed on Wild Business Growth Podcast

Wild Business Growth Podcast

05:57 min | 2 years ago

"hitchcock" Discussed on Wild Business Growth Podcast

"It has to be dancing in the rain. and. I mean it's rapid fire. So I don't know if you want a full description but dancing repertoires more for me asking which I feel at anyway but you go feel free to take as much as you want. Okay. So there was one painting. It was a rainy day like from warning tonight and it was a Saturday in the whole day I just painted this piece and it was colorful and it was obvious the wholesalers couples is energetic and it had a bunch of drips and. I thought it was like my next level abstract painting. So I was so proud of it from that realm. But this extra meaning to it. That's taken place. The original did sell, which is awesome. Local hospitals like our local Simon Cancer Center has commissioned to create paintings based on that piece in the whole color scheme of the new cancer center is based out of colors from that painting. So it has this really emotional deep. Meaningful. To it that's really been so feeling. Yeah that's so cool. It has extra meaning to it. So that's that's a great one. How about? What is your favorite painting that somebody else has created? So could be super famous one or could just be something that when your friends creator easily. I have to say my favorite caning. Is Scream by at. And I I never says. Mobile. Won't. Look. But the funny thing is so I have a friend of mine we have seen replicas her name Star, and we've gone to different museums that have quote unquote the scream and even overseas to another country. Now, we've never seen the real wonder. So many versions of it that he created it's almost this elusive painting that you don't know if it's the real one or not or if it's sketches or a different version. So it's kind of this life joke of will you ever see the real one because you've seen? So many of these versions you know it's just this elusive painting doesn't exist. Yeah. That's that's such. A famous one. That's a great example I think. It's perfectly named because there's a number of things that you could call it but kind of just calling it scream it as simple as that is, makes you wonder like, Oh, my God, like, what are they screaming about? What's going on there? So it's really creative. All the way through on the flip end of that. So in like a not so. Not. So noble an historic approach to it. I find that. That is like one of my favorite emojis to use the one with like the hands up the as it looks like it's like I always think think of that painting when I used that Emoji. Thanks I. Don't know if it was designed to be that way or not, but it had to been because it's so perfect for. Yeah. Favorite. That's great. It's up there. Well, probably the crying laughing ones. Up there how about? You mentioned action movies cheesy action movies besides diehard. What is the cheesiest action movie that you've watched? Just left terminators. Terminator movies I mean. I think it's I think it's the second one is that where the guy melts into like the metal I'm not sure I have like a Rolodex of movies where guys mountain to the metal the. Such a common theme. Second Favorite Emoji. Perfect. Yes. So Arnold Schwarzenegger Pretty. Much Anyone of his films, of course, you've got the terminator but yeah, Anything Arnold Schwarzenegger put their or when he was still freeze. Well, now, nothing. Now that one. What is your favorite type of candy of all time? No I don't like any which is sad. I'm with you, but maybe it maybe growing up. Sprinkles. So I, don't know baton can be candy, give it to you but okay, colorful fun. Put Him on anything. Yeah. Fits with your paintings. And then if you were. So this is kind of a bizarre question, but there's so many historic landmarks in the world obviously like so many of those are like untouchable. You wouldn't want to paint murals on them or anything, but let's say it would there was a positive stigma attached with like putting murals on famous landmarks what Landmark. Would you. Paint something on. Cow. thinking of that for like. Seven years. I don't know because I feel like if I painted a mural on something, it would. Desecrate it. You know especially like a right but what if you could make it more like colorful and Beautiful Lake? The Lincoln Memorial would be great. I can't believe you painted. This low graffiti art on there. I don't know. It's just such this all I have seen it in person in it's. A. Blank canvas that's just asking for color and it so is it such a huge? Stays. So I would say that would probably be my choice. Yeah. That's awesome. It's just always wondered like. What artists view you know if you could think of like anything as a canvas in, let's say it was like a positive stigma attached to it as opposed to somebody looking at it as like graffiti or. White is kind of fun to picture that but. Anyway that's enough fantastic or just really weird questions for you today. Jessica, thank you so much for coming on the podcast and sharing your story, your creative process, all the amazing things you're doing and. You're rapping and Lois Griffin impression I'm still speechless but. Where's the best place for people to connect with you to buy your art? Anything you WANNA shout out. Okay. So I do have a website it's my first and last name Jessica Hitchcock. Dot, Org and then my instagram is at Jessica underscore hitchcock mets were if you wanna see kind of a portfolio of all of my work all.

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"hitchcock" Discussed on Wild Business Growth Podcast

Wild Business Growth Podcast

07:54 min | 2 years ago

"hitchcock" Discussed on Wild Business Growth Podcast

"Are you doing art this whole time or is there a certain point that you kind of picked it up and was like, Hey, this is this is pretty cool has that's actually like the interesting part of the journey and the story because no, I was not doing arte off I started painting in high school. And that was where I learned that I enjoyed it and I had a knack for it. So of course, when people ask high schoolers know what he wanted to be when you grow up, you want to do. So I was like I want to be an artist but back when I was in high school, you know there was no instagram, there was no face but we had my space you remember my face I do which actually it's still around like. We always joke about it not being around it's still around it's just maybe not quite as popular as they used to be right right. So I, mean, there really wasn't a platform for artists to share their worker think outside the box. So of course, you tell people you want to be an artist, the initial responses, a starving artist you don't WanNa. Do that do you know how to be able to pay your bills? So I didn't go to school for. Artistry, or getting a masters or anything like that. I was actually just a waitress at that will wages are awesome. Shaughnessy just a waitress 'cause they're fantastic. But I ended up getting his office job after being a waitress and things like that I want to learn. Business. And that is when I ended up getting my business degree. So I have a bachelor's degree in Business Administration, and that's through working this adleman position realizing that I had a knack in a passion for business in numbers accounting and. That's when I got my bachelors and went to school. Then still not painting at all and we were still living in Illinois at that time I didn't live in Saint Louis Missouri at that point either in two thousand thirteen ended up moving to Saint, Louis Missouri to a city where nobody other than my boyfriend at the time now my husband and you knew the saint. Louis Arch as well. Probably. I knew the arches for my with the arts and the cardinals they go but but that was really it and still didn't paint for those two years I worked in an office at the time and eventually in two thousand fifteen when I got my job at an art organization working in the Administration Office that's when I picked up painting again and That's kind of when it all started but even moving to a new city where you don't know anyone in starting an art business from nothing and nobody and no contacts, it's been a really fun exciting journey. Certainly, and you can feel it in your voice i. think that's maybe the most mind blowing thing about your whole story if you go to your website or your instagram, if you go to Jessica Hitchcock. Dot. Org In look at your paintings. I mean, they're so beautiful. They're so colorful. They're so creative. That's such a fun vibe about them, and so I think anybody would guess on my God Jessica's probably been painting since she was like three months old and never stopped. And that's that's the really fascinating part is you actually weren't doing it the whole time, but you you picked it up and have still been able to. Be that powerful than artist. Thank you. Thanks I. Appreciate that a lot. Yeah. No has not come. It's true. Let's get to art being your fulltime job. So at what point did it click for you that? Hey, you know starving artists Yada Yada, Yada I want this to be what I do full time and I believe in myself that I can do this. Well. It's funny because I started painting in two thousand fifteen and the business it it grew I mean I still call it's my art practice but I always considered a business it grew and it grew and it was around twenty seventeen of just seeing other artists on instagram instagram and seeing them thrive and make good money and just their marketing I was like, oh my gosh, this is a thing like this is legit option. But I still didn't consider it for myself until probably at. Twenty eighteen and it was my husband and also my colleague that was in the finance office with me I mean they saw how hard it was working at four am I was waking up in painting. Before work of course four thirty am painting. Doing Commissions at lunchtime. I'd be picking up Cranston packing. And Shipping. And then in the evenings, I would be painting more and mean, and it was a labor of love because I. Totally I absolutely loved it. There's Times I would tell my husband I skipped dinner in I gotta get this done and. And it was just that constant I mean it is a hustle hustle mentality, but it was that that just love of the game kind of thing. They said, you know you are spending a lot of time in this kind of turned into a second fulltime job. Can you do this full-time because I really think that can And at that point being the bookkeeper numbers lover that I am I crunched the numbers and I. Put together like this projected I caught like my my runway my. Financial runway of when I could. Save up enough money where I felt comfortable what I needed in order to leave my full time job. So I'm was very methodical in that process of. Can I make this a full-time Gig what I need to do it and Wednesday that date that I'm? Moving on into this. That's so cool with you actually use your background in. Call the numbers world and applied to help start up your new business but you hear about so many entrepreneurs that when they're working another time job, they are working kinda crazy hours on their side hustle in for you. It's really cool that that side hustle it's not just figuring out what is this new business gonNA look like or working on new clients things like that you're painting that whole time. So it's like a quite the mix of your fulltime job at the time and then painting I can't believe that you would wake up at like four am to do this when you think back to that. What's going through your mind at that moment? Are you waking up and you're like, Oh, God, like I only have this much amount of time to get this painting done before work or is it more like you just wake up energized because this is something that you love doing It is kind of a mix of both I mean, of course, there are days where you're like I need to get out these orders or I need to make sure that I'm meeting people states note they commission me for a pet portrait that they're going to give to their wife is a gift others deadlines and I never missed a deadline. and. It was just this nice blend to of waking up and having that this is what I get to do it people are paying. This is a side business that an actually making money to do something I'm passionate about and I struggled to go to work and I'm passionate about the counting. It was this weird. You know I was kind of an off I got to wake up early and have worked for something. I was so passionate about and then during the day, I can still do things that was passionate about. That's an awesome mix there. How would you describe your style of painting? See. What Is Very, and I kind of put it in this context all the time it is very lively and energetic and bright and joyful, and no matter what. The subject matter is so I paint abstracts I've painted animals and. Cityscapes and flowers and pastries like my confection collection I have it was really fun fun thing to do. It's all very bright and colorful, and it's just energetic and. And it just has the power to really. Change the way that someone is feeling, I mean that's may sound like completely cheesy. But I have had people say to your artwork it makes me feel better cynical person..

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First U.S. military service member dies from coronavirus

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:17 sec | 2 years ago

First U.S. military service member dies from coronavirus

"The corona virus has claimed the life of a U. S. military member for the first time the Pentagon says that service member was the New Jersey Army National Guards man who was in the hospital for a week then died Saturday captain Douglas Hitchcock was a drilling guardsmen in medical commanded as civilian physician

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Eminem drops surprise new album with call for changes to gun laws

AP 24 Hour News

00:58 sec | 2 years ago

Eminem drops surprise new album with call for changes to gun laws

"Rapper Eminem surprises fans again dropping a new twenty track album early Friday and the new video has people talking music to be murdered by is the follow up to twenty eighteens kamikaze which was also put out without warning a video for the track darkness was also released which depicts a shooting at a concert and includes footage of news broadcasts from recent mass shootings around the US the video ends with an appeal to register to vote saying when will this end when enough people care register to vote and vote dot gov make your voice heard and help change gun laws in America the cover art features blood splatter and a bearded Eminem clad in a suit and fedora and holding a shovel while an alternate cover features the same splatter with the now headless Eminem holding both a hatchet and a gun to his head in homage to Alfred Hitchcock's nineteen fifty eight album of the same name guests on the album include ed Sheeran Skyler grey Anderson pock and Jews world the twenty one year old rapper who died in

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Eminem drops surprise new album with call for changes to gun laws

AP 24 Hour News

00:58 sec | 2 years ago

Eminem drops surprise new album with call for changes to gun laws

"Rapper Eminem surprises fans again dropping a new twenty track album early Friday and the new video has people talking music to be murdered by is the follow up to twenty eight teams kamikaze which was also put out without warning a video for the track darkness was also released which depicts a shooting at a concert and includes footage of news broadcasts from recent mass shootings around the US the video ends with an appeal to register to vote saying when will this end when enough people care register to vote and vote dot gov make your voice heard and help change gun laws in America the cover art features blood splatter and a bearded Eminem clad in a suit and fedora and holding a shovel while an alternate cover features the same splatter with the now headless Eminem holding both a hatchet and a gun to his head in an homage to Alfred Hitchcock's nineteen fifty eight album of the same name guests on the album include ed Sheeran's Skyler grey Anderson pock and Jews world the twenty one year old rapper who died in

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"The Green Mile" Costume Director: Karyn Wagner.

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

09:45 min | 3 years ago

"The Green Mile" Costume Director: Karyn Wagner.

"My next guest is a costume designer she's been in the business for three generations her film logger fee if I don't lose my voice here reading off all these wonderful works movies and shows preacher Mr Church Friday night lights the notebook assault let's see Majestic Green Mile Waco just to name a few she's wonderful and the very talented Karen Wagner Karen thanks for coming on the show today thank you I'm delighted to be here you know what I love about you as you mentioned third generation so anytime I get back from please call me out on it because I pride myself on my research and if I'm wrong I want to know about it okay so your grandmother's silent film actress in Your Grandfather's and Academy Award winning cinematographer who who won an award for Alfred Hitchcock's Rebecca my right with both of those things that is correct so those two good so I have to say what your path was much more I mean I think it's always in Europe are not trying to talk for you but I feel like it's always been in you but I always say I'm genetically modified yeah that's a good way of putting it a cow and I'm GonNa get you graduated UC Davis with a degree in painting in our history you Kinda WanNa say took your time but you were very selective allow your path which I really love like many people jump into something and it's like well you know this isn't right for me you kind of took your time yes and things happen but talk a little bit about that early part of your life care well I don't know if I selectively took my time so much as I'm of an Omnivore when it comes to studies and interests I love so many different things and throughout my life I've had this balance of being obsessed with science and math I'm one of those rare weird people who loves math so I've had this dichotomy between math in science and sheer creativity and I guess at the end of the day and as I sit here thinking about what I really had to do was find something that combined the you so I tried a number I I went to UC Davis hoping originally hoping to pursue a career in veterinary medicine and that kind of lost its interest for me and I tried a few other things I studied you know a little bit of law I studied a little bit of chemistry as a little bit of it engineering and I found myself really obsessed with history but the study of history is so often linear about specific things and I'm really far more interested in the whole culture so you can see where this is slow leading me towards costume design because I do a lot of period pieces and I'm always obsessed with creating as much of the world that the script is portraying as much as I can you know whatever period were in like trying to to tip a nod to the politics of the time or other current events of the time so and using what I do also to combine any science so I recently become obsessed with enough I'm not sure I'll be able to spell whereas to to pronounce it right but Electro Micron and photography. So it's it's microscopic photography and the a lot of the images are you know the the surfaces of flies is in mods wings and things and you can't imagine that they're gonNa look where they do so I was able to take that for instance and and apply towards the science fiction project that I finished earlier this year trying to combine you know again combine my love of science it's with my love of of all things artistic and creative so I think that it wasn't so much that I was carefully picking my past we know although I thank you for saying such a lovely way I think it was more me searching for something that would enable me to combine a lot of interest and keep me and keep me interested for careers worth yeah because I have the attention of a fruit flies also like art in science and math are completely could be run in this different sides of the brain different like I feel like there but for you it's so I don't want to say it but it's so it's kind of a collective thing to have you be kind of strong all three of those like you don't see that a lot you know yeah yeah yeah it's I talked to other people in and I'm I'm always I always feel like I'm not the smartest person in the room or the most well educated in a room and I'm often surprised to find that like other you know other people know so much about one thing and then are not interested in learning how about other things and that's not to say you know either way is right or wrong it just surprise dismay that everybody isn't as I like to say I'm never us as I am you know and I feel I mean just looking from researching your life I feel like your degree in art history really helped you in a variety of ways I feel like you use it a lot in your profession I feel like your your your attention to detail is unbelievable I just be like all the things that go into being a history major specifically art history from the outside looking in to me it seems like it really made a big difference for you is that if I want but words in your mouth but is somewhat accurate it's completely completely accurate I mean I have probably a hundred thousand paintings in my brain and so all you have to do is say a year or or mentioned and historical happening or oh my goddess dear just wet hopping through backyards looking out the window and this dear just went crazy running through my my wow so beautiful yes and the other thing that art history taught me you know not just not just like what kind of painting was happening at a specific year or costumes were you know fifteen thirty Knicks versus you know eighteen thirty six but framing framing and chats skewer and light how different can't painting movements used light or were affected by light and so I think that that has been a great how should I say this has been it's been it's been very helpful to me because I will notice the light wherever I'm shooting because I typically am on location and wherever I go the lights going to be different so the light becomes a character and so I'm able to interact with the DP the production designer and say well the light is going to be very northern or it's going to be very direct from above you know because we're closer to the equator let's use a lot of brighter colors you know so the this wonderful three way conversation it's gets going and I really love working with other departments I don't like it when I end up on a show where everybody's in their own little double and doesn't want to communicate with any other departments because I feel like there's this great saying in the Arab world that a horse made by committee is a camel and it might be a little more on Ganley but it's a far more valuable animal to have in the middle of the desert right so I always you like I want to create the camel even though the horse might be more romantic if that makes sense definitely accents so so in your -perienced you find that it is a team effort hurt you just mentioned that the director of Photography and I have a few questions about this topic I'll kind of be jumping around a little bit here but like you find it's often you do so your choices right so is it usually are you working with cinematographer and the director and the actor or is it kind of just depending on the set how is it usually work for you Karen or like I said is it is it is it a case by case scenario it's really a case by case scenario a lot of it has to do often has to do with how much productions like how crowded RIPTA's like how much there is to get done I know that everybody tries to communicate and you know it's like I try to work with the production designer the set decorator and make sure that you know they're not putting up Lilac wallpaper while I'm dressing somebody lilac known all the standard things and I know everybody tries to work together but it depends you know it always depends on the combination of people You know when I did underground which is stories about runaway slaves the production designer the set decorator on the prop master and I we were like the foremost tears you know and like every ten minutes there was a texture assembly. I'm looking at this I'm thinking about this you know you know Karen here's The gun nature's packed can you make a purse that will fit the gun you know so she can the party carrying a gun in her purse that kind of thing it's always we're always trying to work together in some depth that's possible sometimes it's not an every occasionally okay you do run across somebody and that's just not the way they want to work and you can now no I prefer it when we do work

Karen Ten Minutes
What Dead Historical Women Can Teach Us About Dating and Sex

This Is Why You're Single

08:15 min | 3 years ago

What Dead Historical Women Can Teach Us About Dating and Sex

"For a long time i rode a sex dating column for the the new york post and i really appreciate that time in my life but since then i started writing about history and politics and every so often often someone comes to me and says would you ever consider writing a dating advice book and i always say the only way i would ever do that is if all of the advice is came from dead historical women and most of it was bad do you say as a joke yes always and then i said it to this one very nice editor on the phone who said well i'd love for you to do that can you can you get it in by june and i said yes and it was the easiest book sale i've ever made shots jets incredible i was gonna say did you sort of like say on to channel these women and because it's all of the advice sound so much in their voice it's just it's so good i'm i've always wished that somehow that would happen to me robert graves deflected criticism of his i claudius novels by telling a reporter that the entire manuscript had been dictated to him by emperor claudius himself in a dream so we don't want to start with that's a real humble brag it's a real humble brag of london emperor came to me and just story so no critiques please no none of none of these women came to munich dream cream i do read a lot of different books about them and took the cool historical tidbits that i found those books that i thought could be transcribed into good good advice for women right now what i really loved how in the insure you talk about how there's always some idiot on twitter that's like oh i wish women were women the way they used to be back in the day and like this book just kind of disproves that whole line of thought that is based on many real only no i'm i i have a twitter account i am yeah i'm familiar with dot com yeah and this totally disproves that way of thinking because women's since the beginning of time have kind and not been that ideal idea woman i think the more things change the more they stay the same and a lot of women in this book are doing things thanks i think we'd be considered very audacious by modern standards i'm kind of fascinated by grace kelly's end of a first date move where she would go into my i room of this and come up with no clothes and that's the way a lot of nudity so nudity in the book i'm also that's something that i really don't associate with grace as kelly in any of her alfred hitchcock movies now i love that and so you use that tibet to have her advice be make your feelings no yes she's real clear a lot of not scared to tell someone how they feel and then a yeah and then you write about how she'd be like go make some coffee and then go into the bathroom and come out naked i was like oh that is insane that that is actually what she did and i love that it's memorable also really feel like a man in the nineteen fifties and sixties when she was doing this probably just think they were making can coffee so let's talk about some more of the advice in the book patra that is the advice for making the first move what can we learn from her on making the first move cleopatra made i moves of really big and she really began her relationships with this very showy entrance entrance a lot of the mist and the stories about cleopatra hinge upon the idea that she was this ravishing beauty and she was us an attractive lady and they're all different ways of being beautiful but by any standards she wasn't especially good looking she was just really audacious basis and she really went for it and when she first met julius caesar she header self smuggled to him inside a federal that was dropped off at his feet feet and then lays blade before whose feet talking about how they could afford to an alliance which is not a thing that you might be able to recreate oh yeah like not necessarily you didn't like UPS to your lover a little desperate if we'd be really audacious lake uh-huh and then when she met mark anthony she had herself taken to him on a golden barge where she designed it to look like she was a goddess and she appeared to him if she was a golden goddess so cleopatra really thought about how she was going to plan her first move oof and i think it an age where a lot of us are very timid and wanna seem cool and have a call me maybe attitude approaching people cleopatra went for it like she went one hundred percent i honestly can kind of relate this particularly i'm on the part on the barge where she's the gold god it kinda can because so nicknamed gone on a first date and then i invited him to my holiday party and my holiday party i was like the star of the show like i i was going around with platters appetizers and like jello shots because this was like whatever like two thousand nine not the shots wherever cool but as i'm going around with platters never like laura oh my god like laura laura and i'm like the star of the show and i kinda take her advice to mean you know just be like the starve make yourself an unmistakable store yes staple star like have the attention be around you and it was like all my friends and it was like my house you know like i was the star of my holiday party and walked around like own my own the place grid right and i want to form an alliance that woman yeah i think that's actually a great way to translate that into modern day advice i feel like throwing party and inviting boys who have a crush on was also so big move i was single gal it usually worked really well unless the person didn't come in which case it felt like you were throwing that party for nine uh all these people are in my house i've got so many shots yeah i've been to your parties and you do throw a very good thank you i'm so you also have a section on slut shaming can you choose to feature josephine baker and that little micro in every possible way hero of the civil rights movement hero of the lost generation yet josephine baker is just the best and if you don't know her by name you definitely know her by image she's the one that has the banana skirt so oh you're right i'm writing in her voice say i'm writing as someone who danced topless and a banana skirt so why her for the slut shaming section i feel like josephine josephine baker is someone who had to go up against a lot of repressive rules of the time and i mean to head to leave america because she couldn't really prosper in america's a black woman and she was someone who i wouldn't say that she had no regard for those rules but she he was able to think about societal rules that served her and once it didn't and follow her own contents and her own desires and mm-hmm she strongly felt and i think many modern day women should strongly feel that her sexuality and her physical desires were nothing to be ashamed of she had a very large sexual appetite she loved having sex with people she had multiple marriages adopted a ton of children those desires did not impede her life in any way indeed the fact that she was comfortable in her body and comfortable with her sexuality is how she she became a great star and it was also because she chose to change her circumstances right by going to harris yeah we actually just did an episode on on if you should move if you you should mirror for data and just for a change of scenery if you're like in a funk also tried to come back to america and change everybody else's circumstances stances andrea four really hard for that i mean you can't obviously say that any one person was responsible for civil rights victories but she had a really huge detained in that

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First I Met My Children, Then My Girlfriend... They're Related.

Modern Love

08:53 min | 3 years ago

First I Met My Children, Then My Girlfriend... They're Related.

"Didn't meet my girlfriend Jessica until twelve years years after our daughter Alice was born. Let me explain nearly twenty five years ago. I returned from a year of teaching English abroad moved in with my mother and Dan lacking prospects began driving a cab one day I saw newspaper ad seeking healthy men eighteen to thirty five to participate in a seaman donation program program. Donors is the standard industry word yet. Virtually all of us are paid forty dollars. A pop is what I received in Nineteen ninety-four I applied to sell my sperm and sold twice weekly for a year at the time I was in a long distance relationship so the seemed like a good outlet when I told my mother other she presciently wondered aloud. If this was the only way she was going to have grandchildren today sperm buyers view detailed profiles for potential vendors whereas I wasn't asked to provide much beyond college major hobbies and Family Health History Jessica and her partner at the time chose me primarily because I was a the writer and musician after a year of selling my sperm I went back to giving it away and largely forgot about the whole thing occasionally the subject objective whether I had children would come up and make a joke about probably having a bunch I had signed a nondisclosure waiver in assumed there would never be away from my progeny in me to find nine one another then the Internet happened in the early two thousands. I searched online for a way to find my offspring and discovered the donor sibling registry. I didn't see any leads there and never got around to checking back. I had looked way too early my project. He began to use the site to find each each other when they became teenagers. In the twenty tens a couple of years ago began seeing ads for twenty three and me a service that analyzes your saliva spit in a test tube and mail it off for analysis and provides you with information about ancestry health and DNA gives the opportunity was obvious but I I assumed the odds of finding my children were low. I procrastinated for months before curiosity and urged to know them made me order a kit mm-hmm. I got my results back and boom. I had a son Bryce. His full name was unusual enough that I- easily googled him and the picture churn resembled me enough that I felt confident this senior geography major was mine mine guessing he had been notified of my existence by twenty three and me. I mold for a week before finally putting fingers to keyboard dear bryce. I wrote I recently joined twenty three and me and found you listed as my son son so I believe myself to be your biological father. I hope may existence isn't a shock and wonder whether you joined in the hopes of connecting with me. My letter letter continued awkwardly from they're giving him a brief sketch of my life. Bryce replied almost instantly dad. I cannot express how excited I am to be hearing ring from you. I did join twenty three and me hoping that you would have already done so and was upset to see you. Hadn't this is amazing though and I'm so happy I'm one of six of of your children that I'm aware of and in contact with I'm twenty years old and live on Long Island but I'm studying in upstate New York. Dad I was briefly concerned. That bryce might have some fatherly expectations of being show up on my doorstep but my worries were unfounded. It's it's a brave new world and we're all struggling with the terminology more important six children yikes. I did some Napkin. Math based on the number of samples provided the odds of conception and estimated that I may have as many as sixty seven children bryce connected me with Madeline nineteen upon viewing her facebook page. I had my first parental thought ever. My daughter should put some more clothes on. I may be biased but I found my children to to be ridiculously attractive. I felt a sudden need to share their photos with all the ex girlfriends who chose not to marry procreate with me a few months later a new. DNA relative appeared on twenty three and me Alice age eleven her mother. Jessica wrote me a note. She and her performer partner had each given birth to one daughter conceived with my spur. They broke up years ago but had been raising both girls together until recently. When the other mother moved away away with the daughter she'd given birth to Justin I began to chat online. She knew a lot about buying sperm and self impregnating which was fascinating for meat alert as it turns out. It was more difficult than my role masturbating in Newark. She also no longer identified as lesbian in and was dating a man who incredibly had my same first and middle names Aaron David with a similar mono-syllabic last name. Had there been a mix up at the bureau. Eero boyfriends was either one who was supposed to be dating her. My children and I exchanged written biographies. Braces showed me how little I know of a young adult culture and reminded me that wants twenties are difficult to decade. matty's revealed a keen understanding of her upbringing in the parts of it. She would like to break week from but it was alice's entitled a series of Awkward Events separated by snacks that floored me her biography. A fee was a hodgepodge of lists and memories written under duress mom right or death favorite color black like my soul all favorite holiday Halloween because candy and murder. She liked Alfred Hitchcock films. Basically she wrote. I'm an angsty exte- teen in a child's body. This kid's eleven a plan developed for Bryce and Matty to come to Seattle for a couple of weeks in in the summer. Jess and Alison lived a few hours south and would drive up. I figured meeting my children was going to be the closest thing I ever have to a wedding. So I decided to host host a party I had told my news to a few people but most learned of it from the meet my kids party facebook invitation featuring photos of Bryce Mattie and Alice Alice the shock value was high genetics. Good luck or force of circumstance. I loved my children right away. They haven't uncanny any aura of Minas. Bryce is shy but sharp and obsessed with memes in a way I might have been had. I grown up gency. Alice has little use for adults colts as I still don't Mattie especially has my sense of humor and is locking gazes with her my brain explode but then we laugh at the party we played a nature versus nurture question and answer game and discovered we were all quite liberal and that none of us believed in God awed none of them however sleeps with a pillow between their knees as I have long done the first time Justin I found ourselves alone. We hugged at length in a way entirely inappropriate for people who had just met just says I have mannerisms that remind her of both her daughters and thus felt instantly comfortable with me aw whether we were pawns of fate or unwitting participants in a Chromosomal e arranged marriage Jessica quickly bonded. I deployed my bureau of boyfriends mix up line to a grudging but sweet reception during the vacation she and I easily fell into the mom and dad role for Bryce Mattie and Alice Alice. We soon had jokes and tease each other about our foibles just like any family. I even gave Bryce and Mattia lecture about smoking at the end of the visit. Bryce somehow managed to get jess analysis kicked out of the House. They were renting by climbing onto the roof to retrieve toy so I invited them to stay with me. Meanwhile they figured things out. What just soon figured out was that she wanted to keep staying with me. Alice roller is as if she'd been tricked into a traditional family arrangement while twenty-three in me is not generally considered a dating site Justin. I are grateful to the technology that has made our backward formed relationship relationship possible. We have a lot of questions about love and genetics and whether we would have felt this connection had we met in a more conventional way. Our Bond has survived live the how cool is this face. We still enjoy cyber monitoring my other progeny and speculating about how many more me emerge I'm up to ten now. I've had some contact act with the new ones mothers but haven't made plans to meet yet. Mattie liked the west coast and us and recently moved into our place. We're hoping to lure bryce back to

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"hitchcock" Discussed on Very Bad Wizards

Very Bad Wizards

06:05 min | 3 years ago

"hitchcock" Discussed on Very Bad Wizards

"But how every aspect of it fits together perfectly masterfully? As a kind of singular vision either on obsessive obsessive vision that. Yes mirrors and reflects the themes of the story itself and the movie itself. But yeah, the way the production designed the colors the music the performances, the even some of the writing I think Hitchcock is very involved in the the screenwriting process, although he's never listed as a screenwriter. I it all comes together in. That's what I mean in this way that it just seems like the peak of a certain kind of cinema. Right. This is you know, and I I can see why probably filmmakers put this list. I mean, this is filmmaking. Yes, the greatness here is in the filmmaking. If you gave me the script, I think there are a lot of forget -able movies that have that have stories that are along the lines of this and Hitchcock turned it into a great movie by making a great film. I don't know what do you three? Yeah. I think it's I think it's a great movie. But I think it is it is great because Hitchcock flexing flexing, his great moviemaking skills Hitchcock. Even this movie. You know, his his use of color is obviously brilliant his. They're beautiful shots in this movie that I don't associate much with his shock far from an expert by really do like Hitchcock. I never really think of Hitchcock is making beautiful movies. Right. But I think this movie is beautiful. I think he uses San Francisco a landscape in. One of the best ways Francisco's it's sort of a favorite of movies and TV shows. But but I think he he makes in Francisco come alive. It's a good marriage him. And yeah, yeah. Yeah. And the whole area northern California. Yeah. Exactly. And. Yeah. So I agree with like I hadn't thought to put it that way. But the way it all comes together mix. Great. Despite what I think if I if I was aware of just the story line be like, that's interesting. But it's you know, the Hitchcock's famously has macguffin 's where plot is really an excuse to have great scenes in great visuals. I would say among Hitchcock plots. This is one of the better ones. You know, the macguffin is not necessarily just macguffin. It is it is tied into the themes and the look and the visual aspects of it. And it's, but it's yeah. It's it's almost not a macguffin is just kind of an inch. It's kind of a cool twisty plot. You know, like you said, it's nothing special. It's like a film nor plot in that sort of what I was referring to its twisty turny. And there is a mystery and it solved, but it's it is only interesting in in. Well, sir, only great in Hitchcock making the psychological tension. I mean, I remember really liking it as a kid and taking me time to like rear window because I was like this is just like, you know, that he's the killer. And turns out he is the killer. Like, what's the point of this movie like? Exactly. And that thing is that ability of Hitchcock to give us human tension like. That makes rear window good. But that makes this plot turn into a good a great movie that he adds that that sort of dimension of human psychology to it. I think to go back to real window. It's been a while. I don't have that initial reaction anymore. But it's still been a long time since I've seen it maybe can cause some people think of that as the ultimate Hitchcock movie and not this one. Yeah. Favorite Hitchcock movie? I don't know. I don't think. So I don't think. So I think it's definitely pitch clock at is peak filmmaking. But if I had to watch a Hitchcock movie. It might be rear window or north by northwest. Yeah. Or psycho. Honestly, I think it was brilliant to me. There's a clear top three. It's psycho vertigo. And I and I don't know maybe a little more in critic, but shadow of doubt, I love shadow of doubt. I think it's. Early hitchcock. Yeah. The one with the girl and her uncle, Charlie. And the girl is also named Charley. Yeah. Joseph Cotten, and I just I love that movie. Yeah. Psycho fucking. It's it's so it's so good. It's hard to tease apart psycho from its influence. All right. Well. That was discussing vertigo. Join us next time. Man. Plan. Reigns. Anybody can have a brain. Very good, man. Just to say that was it..

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"hitchcock" Discussed on Very Bad Wizards

Very Bad Wizards

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"hitchcock" Discussed on Very Bad Wizards

"Yes. Most affected like weird bad. Like, he you know, it looks like a stereotypical woman from the south who passes out. And simultaneously, which I think captures performance vulnerable, but also creepy vulnerable creepy and week week. Yes. Yeah. Yeah. The strongest that he gets is at his ultimate creeping is when he's getting mad exactly it's getting mad for her not for for Judy not doing everything. And that that's a me is testament to Jimmy Stewart. He's he's so likable as as a person and in his roles that for him to be scary. Took a lot. And then when he he's just crazed that in the height of him dressing her up, and then of course, at the belltower he's crazed. But that's when he finds out, and so he has maybe more of an excuse to be created at that point. But before then it's just yeah. And and again watch it's really interesting to watch it because. Is it you really get a sense of the seeds of his obsessive nece is clear in his performance throughout and that it's not something you might notice on the first go around especially given that it's Jimmy Stewart. And we have our preconceptions about Jimmy Stewart that Hitchcock we'll certainly knows about. And. Yeah, I I don't know if you have much else to say, but what I wanted to ask you what I soon that. You think this is a great movie? I do. Yeah. Yeah. I don't want my all time favorites. But it's I think it's a great movie. Yeah. I have no problem with it being considered the great there is kind of a sense in which this is a certain kind of cinema at its peak. Yeah. So I was going to ask you, what makes it great. And I have some thoughts on this. But I 'cause I don't think that the story. Or the acting the writing or any of those things are enough to make this great movie. I agree with that. I would say what makes it great. This is gonna sound cliche..

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"hitchcock" Discussed on Very Bad Wizards

Very Bad Wizards

04:49 min | 3 years ago

"hitchcock" Discussed on Very Bad Wizards

"And this is I think what people are pointing to this sort of auto by graphical way in which Hitchcock seemed obsessed with with women. Yeah. And in fact, he kind of creates the perfect vertigo. I mean, the perfect Hitchcock woman. It's almost seems self expressive or cathartic perhaps or something it seems like Hitchcock is is taking his his very very personal obsessions and laying them bear in this movie. I don't know if that was his intention at all. But I don't care. I think it's true. Whether he intended that it's funny because there's a lot of meta like I herald. So I was about to Kim Novak one it had her own ideas about what her character should wear and Hitchcock that they got into fights onset, Hitchcock was is. I I've been planning for three months the things that you'd wear for this in the color scheme. And that's you know, they had a they had a troubled relationship onset. Although I think it's sometimes overblown just how troubled it was. But it's this idea that Hitchcock is dressing her up to be what she needs to be for him. And just the way that Jimmy Stewart is doing that. And and and Kim Novak in some some interview that I read in an a couple I think she she mentions that throughout she was fighting against Hitchcock's, and she thinks kind of successfully. So that sh- she says that you can tell in her character that she was resisting Hitchcock's manipulation of her in that this came out in judy's resistance of being manipulated by Scotty, which if true is is a pretty awesome. Pretty awesome way of frigging bringing that sentiment from real life into into your character. There are a lot of other meta aspects that I wanna comment on. But but I'll save those sort of towards the end. I a back to Jimmy Stewart. The one thing that I learned from this movie's Jimmy Stewart appears incapable of making out he's a horrible Kizer. My daughter said to yes. Looks like like like an like an awkward. I don't know just like they don't kiss they like press their faces against each. Yeah. It's so weird weird. It just does not. So Barbara Bel Geddes who plays midge. She's a character. That isn't in the book. What do you think her importance is? And I think there's a scene which is maybe the saddest scene in the movie that she's centrally involved in and the one I saw this the first time, my mom took me to it's gotta be like nineteen eighty three or eighty four when it was first released, and I and I remember that seeing vividly from then which. When she makes a painting this self as Carlotta Valdes, and he says, oh, no, this is funny. And then he they were going to go out for dinner and a movie, and he immediately breaks it, and and she starts. You know, she she realizes she made some kind of miscalculation. Although it's not totally clear why he had that reaction or it's very jarring seen actually. When I watched it twice when I was watching the movie last night because of that just to see his his it's not funny. It's not funny. And I could see where he's coming from where you know. This woman has has essentially you had to save this woman's life. She's possib she's possibly still suicidal and she's asleep stable, and it's just not a funny joke. But it's also not a joke. Right. I mean, she's saying I wanna be your object of obsession not a port and shouldn't be portrait it should there's an actual person right here. It's an actual. It's actually very weird looking painting. It is really creepy. I mean part of it is she looks. She looks like a a person like a real person who has real understanding and the the portrait and the way that Kim Novak plays car Lada slash Madeline. Is of just a distant Visu. When they're not real people. I think that that the role that midge plays here is an injection of normalcy almost as a proxy for for an audience member..

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"hitchcock" Discussed on Very Bad Wizards

Very Bad Wizards

03:20 min | 3 years ago

"hitchcock" Discussed on Very Bad Wizards

"It's a Sony picture because Sony owns the rights to to Spiderman, but I went into it. Well, I'd read some reviews, but when it was announced house like they're going to ruin this like it's going to be so bad. But I think it's the best animated movie I've ever seen like, really. Yeah. Like, the animation style was amazing. It was very cool. Yes. Yeah. Yeah. And the story was good. And it was fun. And it was not it didn't take too seriously. But it had it had rules in, you know, for the most part followed it, but yeah, I'd like to see it again, maybe with some narcotic help because that scene is. There's a lot of really trippy elements super trippy. Yeah. Yeah. What good art design, speaking of art design. Today. Did we say what we're talking about? I it was party. We mentioned it. It's vertigo. The Alfred Hitchcock movie from nineteen fifty eight starring Jimmy Stewart and Kim Novak and we'll be discussing that shortly. But but first a little business, right? Yeah. Well business their their reviews. Yeah. Thought it'd be fun. Some somebody on the bed was sub read it posted a thing. I think they've posted on yours too. They called our rate my professors ratings and they posted what is at the top of my right? My professor currently a very horrible horrible review. This this student put if you wanna comprehensively learn and appreciate psychology subject. I wouldn't recommend it lectures, are useless and contain very little. And they gave me like the lowest ratings. That's kind of like how I feel about you as a co host. The person who posted on read it. Let's give credit so Lenny's w said honestly felt like reading a podcast review. And I thought it'd be fun to talk a little bit. So of course, like when I first saw that like it hurt my feelings. I don't know if that if you get that feeling in your stomach what I didn't the read it one. They did this like it was right near the start of the sub read it. And then somebody posted something about my rate. My professor rated. Or view or I don't even remember, and I didn't even click the link. There's there's no upside in me doing this. There's no does. So I mean, I tend to feel that way. I will I will occasionally check rate. My professor. Just to see if there's something, you know, like if there's some sort of comment trend, but you know, I there's not enough of them to really gain anything from it like to gain a sense of of of what the majority of students are really thinking of of what you're doing. And. Yeah. So I tend from these things where podcast reviews, not at all. Like, I. Seek those out as a podcast you kind of become a part of the internet..

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"hitchcock" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

Behind the Bastards

03:16 min | 3 years ago

"hitchcock" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

"Sexual harassment all the time during my modeling and film career, Hitchcock wasn't the first. However, I'm not going to take it anymore. So simply walked away and didn't look back hitch said he would ruin my career, and I told him to do what he had to do. It has taken fifty years. But it is about time that women's started standing up for themselves as they appear to be doing in the Weinstein case good for them. Yeah. Now, the bad news. Is that Hitchcock did ruin her career? He had her on contract for a couple more years. And so she wasn't able to do anything without him for the rest of that. Right. And he blackballed her in the industry, she never had the kind of career that she could. Well, he he Weinstein's he winds standard Weinstein her before Weinstein. Was I'm guessing he was like an elementary school at this point. Right. Well, Hitchcock created the term Weinstein. Yeah. He did. He's in anticipation right of the other creepy man who would take on his baton y'all ever. He did not ruin Tippi Hedren life. She went on to run a big cat sanctuary which might have been tied all the bird related trauma, and let into her being a movie wherein she and her family lived with the number of dangerous gigantic cats for. Yeah. Horribly wounded which Suzy might be tight a little bit. That's what I was wondering there's such a connection there. It may just be that because she'd had this experience on birds. She was less likely to realize things at crossed the line in the production of that. Yeah. Fill that true. Because I mean, she subjected her family to that. Yeah. Exactly. And that's kind of what happens with trauma. Yeah. You get fucked up. And then you push it on people around you. If you're not careful I heard about that with child molesters. Yeah. That they were molested so than the cycle continues. We'll and I can say having gone through. Some of my own deals with PTSD in having had a part like we both pushed shit on each other and like traumatized each other further. It's a thing or something you almost do it unconsciously. Yeah. Because it resets your ideas of what's reasonable once you've gone through in crazy, you're likely to I I'm not going to be in a bad person for putting family through this having gone through. What she I can see how you would wasn't it her and her husband. Yes. He was filmmaker they'd been working with these animals for a while. Yeah. Anyway. Well, we we benefited because that's a great movie grade movie was the name of that. Roar roar roar. Exactly, right. It was just released. I think recently go watch big cats fuck with Tippi Hedren family, get ready because that movie will fuck you up. Yeah. It's very disturbing. All of the times, you see people attacked by animals on. It are real they're real. They are real graphical not depictions actual attacks of big cats on humans. It's crazy. It's just one of those things that reminds you that like if your house cat, I have a house. I love cats if your house cat where one hundred and eighty pounds it would regularly injure you right without wanting to cause you pain. No. That's what cats do that's their normal like routine. Yeah. They're just cats. I'm gonna go out and just kill a goat. Fuck fuck with some shit for us. That's buying a sandwich. Yeah. Let's get back to the podcast so Tippi Hedren after Hitchcock actually, assaulter lays hands on her stands up for herself. And she pushes back and Hitchcock doesn't push anymore at her. So that stays true to his character. But he also goes completely in the other direction where he wants been talking about her as the next Grace Kelly this great star who's going to be winning awards and stuff. He starts refusing to even speak..

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"hitchcock" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

Behind the Bastards

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"hitchcock" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

"He also took to trying to force tippy to drink martinis during rehearsals tippy who herself was a Hitchcock fan before this point saw similarity in how the great director treated her. You know, he treated the women in his films. I had always heard that his idea was to take a woman usually a blonde and break her apart to see her shyness and reserve broken down. But I thought this was only in the plots of his films now one. Of the most iconic scenes in the birds in an all of higher cinema comes when miss headwinds character is brutally attacked on screen by a horde of birds. Still a really KOMO. It's it's terrifying. We're going to talk about that scene and a little bit. And how it was even more horrifying behind the scenes. So I know than yeah. Yeah. Yeah. This is probably the most well known Hitchcock story, we're going to get very granular. But I'm gonna tell you right now. Not the most fucked up thing. He does there's something worse. There's there's a couple things work. Right. Yeah. Yeah. So we're going to get into that in a whole lot more. But I do you love products and services. I already asked you this question, but you're gonna answer again. Yeah. They'll do well before we break to products and services. I'm going to yell something obscene and sexual into your ear to provoke a good reaction from you. Oh, fun. Moist. That was a good facial reaction Sophia to get one too. I don't like that word. Nobody likes that word. That's why provokes a good reaction. I'm just a genius trying to do a good lead in to these ads. Well, this'll be good for our movie. Yeah. This will be good for the movie that we're filming right now by off..

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"hitchcock" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

Behind the Bastards

03:48 min | 3 years ago

"hitchcock" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

"And you want to advertise on the show. We have a lot of small nations building navies as listeners on this Mozambique could use a navy. They just sold their print. So I think we have a lot of Mozambican. So it was great. Oh, thank you. Thank you. Yeah. So if you if you sell navy's advertise on our show, and maybe we can sell an ABC the next prince together. Yeah. That sounds like a goal. That sounds like a nice thing. So beca Hitchcock Hitchcock became infamous as his career really took off in the late. Fifties. Four writing his actors and actresses heart. This was not always a bad thing. I found a telling quote from Grace Kelly in nineteen seventy nine Mr. Hitchcock is often reputed to hold actors and disdain, but he actually has a special way with them. And is able to get exactly what he wants in the way of a performance his inimitable. Humor puts him at ease while his enduring patients gives them any confidence they need, of course, sometimes he merely wears them down until he gets what he wants. So she's being very grateful there, but you can see like he has a couple of ways of working with you. Well, she was probably less fucked with another exactly because she was like room the guy who put a smoke bomb on hitch Paccar, she pushed back, right? You know, she various stab. By the time. You started working with grace? Kelly was not some new starlet who starts working young direct because like he discovered a few. Yeah. Exactly. So above all else, Hitchcock was obsessed with a quest to create the perfect actress someone who could ideally embodied the specific kinds of heroin that he wanted to write Grace Kelly was one candidate for the role. Ingrid? Bergman was another Hitchcock fell in love with Ingrid Bergman in with Grace Kelly. Neither reciprocated fell bound. Excellent movie. Yeah. And Ingrid Bergman great actress, she did not reciprocate in Hitchcock's falling in love with her. So Alfred started telling all their colleagues a story that after dinner party, the famously beautiful starlet had cornered this elderly obese director in his bedroom and refused to leave until he fucked her home by he starts telling this to other people in the industry and spreading this rumor. Now, I think most people probably figured out it was a lie because Alfred Hitchcock had all of the game of a stale sandwich. But he repeatedly insisted that it was the God's honest truth to anyone who would listen Bergman took it in stride quote. I never got angry when it came back. To me people believe what they want to believe I loved him, but not in his way. So she's handles it very closely in both both Grace, Kelly and Ingrid Bergman spoke fondly of Hitchcock, Hitchcock, Hitchcock and seem to believe that his genius outweighed, his more odious qualities, right? We'll Bergman was also like she she worked very well with director. Yeah. Yeah. And she initially any and again, she was established by the time. Yeah. He definitely helped her career. But she she was on a pretty solid track. They started. She was also she was pretty big in Europe before she got to. Yeah. Yeah. So these were and again these were established when these are confident women these were people who knew their place in the industry and who knew how to like had their own relationships with people. They were on Hitchcock -able there were on Hitchcock on Hitchcock -able exactly which Alfred would have made that into a different kind of fun. But we're not going to now. Both women couldn't fuck. Yeah. Exactly. And and he couldn't fuck with because they would push back like room pushed back, and that's the thing if you. Back at Hitchcock. He'll stop because he doesn't like getting pushed at right plowed. A bully succinctly both actresses maintained good boundaries with the director individually moved on from him to the rest of their lives, Hitchcock remained obsessed with the idea of finding and molding the perfect leading lady would hitch wanted what he craved was a young woman to act as his blank slate. Someone without a career separate from him and his genius someone he could craft and control. This was not a benign desire. And in fact, it seems to have been inextricably tied with a great deal of anger, Hitchcock felt towards the female gender. For example, Hitchcock had a couple of quotes..

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"hitchcock" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

Behind the Bastards

03:47 min | 3 years ago

"hitchcock" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

"So this is rooms sort of how to deal with Hitchcock. Yeah. Well, that's awesome. Because it's like someone figured it out. Yes. I want to figured it that and a few people seem to figured it out whereas career and his name was Alfred also it was another Alfred now, no one at the time seem to think Hitchcock's hobby of sometimes literally torturing people was worth talking much about he was rarely interviewed about it. And then only near the individual life and one nineteen seventy two interview he insisted his pranks were not meant to harm or denigrate their victims. So that would be Hitchcock's attitude but shooting for nine hours, that's farm seems harmful. And I can't be good for your colon poisoning someone's alcohol with laxative seems a harmful in right? I bet you that guy had problems later in life like, yeah. Well, I mean, how could you continue working on that thing, your coworkers? All find you chained within covered in shit like after like surrounded by a pile of your own sick. That's dark, man. And this all counts is light compared to what we are slowly building towards well. I know a couple of things. Yeah. You're right. Yeah. Hitch. Cock finally crossed over from eurocinema to Hollywood in nineteen thirty nine he hit his peak in the nineteen fifties with a string of legendary hits like dial m for murder to catch a thief vertigo, and of course, north by northwest interesting side, note, vertigo, I wanna say rear window rope. And there's one more the man who knew too much they were not like widely released or seen really like until the eighties really came out in the theaters, but we're just like brief. Wow. So people hadn't seen them until the eighties like eighty four they were re released. So I didn't know that. That's fascinating. Now, I didn't know that. So that's when he liked got a guess beloved was like he was he became well known at this point. So he was still he kind of well known, and I mean those movies like made him like an icon. Yeah. But I think psycho is what the biggest plant three. And that's what we're we're building up. Yeah. Yeah. We're we're getting up toward. So he continues pranking threat all these years and his increasing. A wealth allows him to do things like buy gigantic furniture for dozens of people just to screw with them. So that's then we should also say, thanks to cells. Nick he was brought over. Oh, yeah. I didn't know that Rebecca was his first American film. Excellent movie. It's on criterion. I highly recommend watching it. It's brilliant cells. Nick was like already a fan. So we brought him over to make that film. Okay. And that's kind of his intro into American cinema. And he I mean, he he did very well in American cinema right now. There's there's women are often a focus in Hitchcock's films often like major chargers, and it blondes in particular. And the guardian described women in Hitchcock movies is quote outwardly immaculate but full of treachery. And weakness, which you know, at least from the the Hitchcock movies. I know that seems to be an accurate description of a lot of the female characters that a little bit. Yeah. And it's interesting to me the outwardly immaculate. 'cause they are always blonde. They're always very put together at least at the start of the films, and we. See them sort of get degraded and picked apart. Rebecca is all about that. I mean that poor woman is like taking two bits at the end of the movie, and we his description of his mother is that she was always very put together, you know, she would never leave the house without gloves. And he makes like made a big point of that whenever he talked about her. So that's interesting to me like that is that is like his starting point with any female characters like she hits that point where you know, it was very much similar to how he describes his mother's always going out when she's very properly dressed in a tired and whatnot. Find that interesting right now, his deep need for control was expressed in more and more extravagant ways his profile grew in his brilliance was recognized by a grateful drooling loving Hollywood. According to the telegraph, quote he cared..

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"hitchcock" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

Behind the Bastards

03:45 min | 3 years ago

"hitchcock" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

"Yeah. About to say, it's kind of like that. Yeah. Now, Mr. and MRs Hitchcock called their son, Fred he hated this name. He also hated his nickname cocky, which he received during his time in Catholic school. What with the news today when you hear that he got nicknamed cocky at Catholic school. It is natural to assume the worst. But actually, it's a little bit less messed up than it might otherwise be. I don't really understand where cocky came from this nickname. So I'm going to read that the story classmate gave. Has biographer about how he got his nickname. Cocky, Hitchcock became a notorious purloin or of eggs from the priests in house on the forbidden side of the Presbyterian garden. He loved to steal the eggs and throw them on the windows of the Jesuit residence. When an angry priest ran out to manage to know who the glass cocky offered an innocent look glanced at the sky, shrugged and said, I don't know father. It looks like the birds have been flying overhead. That's how he got the nickname even to junior voice of cocky now this egg stories particularly interesting to me in light of another Hitchcock, quote, I found an article in the telegraph what I'm frightened of eggs worse than frightened. They revolt me that white round thing without any holes. Have you ever seen anything more revolting than an egg, yolk, breaking and spilling? It's yellow liquid blood is jolly red. But a joke is yellow revolting. I've never tasted it. Oh, that's cool. That's so weird. I just like the Clinton so weird when it's so cool. It's like kind of like, I've never heard anyone like say that about an aunt blows my mind, actually, he definitely. What makes him interesting is his perspective. Is so strange. Yeah. Right there. You can see it. He's clearly coming at the world from a different angle than everybody else's even his lie about like a normal kid would lie like somebody else was throwing eggs at the priest's house. He's like, no, no, no, the birds were flying overhead, and they blame it on the birds even like age twelve he didn't like birds back. Then no, no never liked birds. I don't trust them either. What they're saying now, and they're definitely planning something. Oh, all that chirping. There's like a there's like a plot. He tried to warn us now Hitchcock preferred to use his own chosen nickname hitch. And he preferred that too cocky, or Fred or tragically. Fred cock cock. That would have been what I would have picked. But he preferred hitch hitch was an odd kit in from the beginning he was insecure about his weight. But if you're picturing young Hitchcock is a troubled bullied loaner will that might not quite be fair. Primary school seems to be where hitch first ignited his love of pranking people. And he did this in a way that I think was definitely bullying. I'm going to read a quote now from the dark side of genius in the early afternoon between a lecture class and a quiet study time the boys were free to gather in the school yard near the church Gould, who's one of his classmates then nine suddenly yanked away from his peers by Hitchcock in an accomplice and dragged off to another forbidden area, the basement boiler room of the school before he could cry out her struggle not much use in any case against two. Bigger boys Gould was bound hand and foot once he was a mobilized he was prayed to carefully plan, psychological, torture that could have ended disastrously his trousers were pulled down in Hitchcock quickly stepped behind him. There was the sound of a scratching noise and the two boys. Raced up the stairs. Young Gould must have thought. He was attacked by a firing squad at once the sound of gunfire exploded. But it was a string of. Firecrackers that had been pinned to his underwear and ignited. It was a good job. I wasn't burned Gould remembered. I stood there shaking and crying for. I don't know how long until someone finally found me and set me free. Of course. I was too frightened to tell anyone who had done it. I was afraid of recrimination. And they knew it. I guess you could say Alfred Hitchcock had a sense of the macabre even at school Jesus. Yeah. That's kind of go into little fire. Right. I mean, I think I used to join in with the popular kids teasing shit. We're not nothing that like just horrific like tying a kit up and pending firecrackers to his underpass is that's a step..

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Jordan Peele is set to host Twilight Zone reboot

/Film Daily

01:50 min | 4 years ago

Jordan Peele is set to host Twilight Zone reboot

"Let's move onto the twilight zone you. We know that Jordan Peele is rebooting the series, and we have even speculated on this podcast. If you're peel would take over the rod sterling role as host, and now we have the answer to that, Chris. Tell us about it. Yeah. So a few months ago, actually someone in an interview s Jordan Peele if he would be doing, you know, not just developing the the twilight zone rebate, but also hosting it the way rod sterling do. And he said he was resistant to the idea, but he hadn't ruled it out. But now it's officially is taking over as the host of the show, not just the guy developing the show, but also the host. If people out there have somehow never managed to see the twilight zone. Every episode of the original series used to start with rod. Sterling, the crater. Walking onto the screen and basically giving a brief synopsis of what was going to happen. And it was always amusing because he would. He would literally just walk into a scene and no one would notice he was there. He was like this invisible man that only audience could see and now Jordan Peele is going to be doing that too. As he takes over the show, which is which is kind of cool in alpha. Think this is a smart from filmmakers perspective. I feel like like we've seen less of this in this day and age in back in the day, you know, you had Alfred Hitchcock host, Hitchcock percents, and you'd have, you know, even Steven Spielberg would come out and like introduced like a, you know, things promoting his movies. I feel like we see less of filmmakers being the front of their productions. And I, I feel like we're losing kind of the iconic directors. You know, we'll have the George Lucas of today. I think because of that. So you know, it'll be fun to see Jordan Peele who obviously has you know a place on the screen. As well as behind the camera who's this show,

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