17 Burst results for "Horror Host"

"horror host" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

07:38 min | 1 year ago

"horror host" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"And I apologize to David. He's a professor at Cornell. Great school in Ithaca, New York, He teaches psychology teaches the internist like coarse but his his PhD and his research is all about. I find this fascinating discussed. You know that feeling of being disgusted. David, I apologize. I'm gonna paraphrase from my limited understanding, but it has an evolutionary value. You're right. You don't You know you're walking along the creek bed and you see Ah Some food and you pick it up and you and it smells terrible. You know, and you throw it away that just protected you from eating something. Deadly, really evolutionary, biological value. This feeling of disgust. What's interesting in his study has shown is that some people have more of it than others. And you can correlated to certain states of mind is fascinating. He worked with a social psychologist named Jonathan Height, He's a professor at unused Stern school. And I've interviewed Professor Height also fascinating. Infact, I highly recommend His book. It was a It was a real thought provoking book. For me. He's written a number of them. Called the righteous mind. Why good people are divided by politics and religion. And it's a very timely. He wrote it a few years ago, but it sure 2012 but it's gotten even more tightly today. He's a He's a really interesting professor. Jonathan. Height. H I, D T And David. What a pleasure talking to you once again, Um You know, the world is a fascinating place and their people doing some really interesting research into why we are the way we are. As much as I love technology technology is certainly is mine. You know my occupation. The technology of the mind is also pretty fascinating. Is it and how we got this way? Jacob on the line from Dallas, Texas. He's next. Hi, Jacob. Leo. Report. The tech guy. Hey, Leo. Look time. First time getting to visit you at the break out at the new place. The Eastside studio? Yeah. Yes. Eastside? Yes, on and you're about to play a game of Ah, stand my money, Okay. I'm good at that. Go ahead, Jacob. So, So I have a dream, Leo. And now that I'm not committing three hours round trip for Ah, the because of the pandemic. I'm finally going to spend some money on a home studio because I've always wanted to, uh, in vain of the Oh, my rose in the sting gullies of our past. I've always I wanted to be a horror host and would fun you know, used to be and have to go down to Channel five. And say, Hey, could I do the midnight movie? And that's you know, but now you could do that on YouTube yourself, couldn't you? And that's exactly what I wanted you. So I want to do a mix in a streaming, which obviously now twitch with Prime, You can take certain movies that are available in private if other people had private washing together, and I also wanna record Deuce. Um, basically set based record. Are you gonna have a name a character? What are you going to do? Yes, I am going to have a character and that that's actually a big part of my question. So part of the character is I'm going to need to change my voice looking at the Roland, the VT. Four on My primary concern is I obviously want to No, it goes away in a year. That continues to go. I want to be able to have some reproduce ability of the voice. Yeah, I think the Rolands perfect for that because it will be a nobody push. It'll be a program. And you'll kind of memorize that program. I think it even has a memory. Yeah, Does it as memory So you could you could you could. That's perfect for reproducing your voice. Yeah. Now I know that a lot of people who are familiar with them really likes to teach history and they're they're a little bit more husband on the beach before, but I mean from your experience, changeover changed. They release a BT five year and what's a mind goes out. If I need to upgrade how consistent will be they obviously playing with the dials and everything. How consistent do you think those voices will be? That's a really interesting question. Yes. So this is what we call a vocoder. Ah, and you know it's been used for Or probably 30. Years in music recording, you've heard all sorts of effects with vote quarters. I'm presuming you're horror voice will be a deep part of scary voice like that right fashion Gonna go a little bit robotic. Oh, really? A max kind of Max headroom kind of thing going on. You're you're right on the right track. I don't know. You know, I'm not an expert on these vote corners these voice transformers of E t three for and you're right. That probably five. Um, I don't have any experience with him, so I don't know. No, they will upgrade the chip, probably that they use But I think reproduction reproductive ity. Is Reproduced ability. Maybe that's the word is probably a high point. I high priority for them. Because if you know if you're a singer, and you want to have a special sound or whatever you're going to want to be able to get that sound. Every single time. So I would guess even if they if they change the chip, which they almost certainly will do as they upgraded that'll probably the single most important, great that you will get many of the same effects that there will be pretty close. That's an excellent question. I just don't I don't know the answer. But I'm guessing because of the way it's used your you're not the only one who says no, It's got to sound the same. Yeah, Yeah, the second half. My question is s O right now, since I'm looking at a set based recording, Obviously, I'm looking at just using a DSLR probably somewhat method Cannon and 200. Excellent guardian, the cannon worldly wise, but But given that I'm you know, kind of going this more video production set idea. Do you think would be better to go with a video camera? High quality video cameras? No, In fact, not jealous are not. The only issue is with the sellers. They overheat. So are you going to be shooting for long chunks of time? Are you just going to shoot? The little interstitial is right. I probably a little bit of both. And the reason why I'm looking at the 200 because I can use it for straining a swell eso kind of getting multiple uses of it. But in general, it would be shorter recordings. Yeah, that's the biggest difference. I think truthfully because you have these lenses You're better off going with a DSLR because you could get better depth of field effects you might use a telephoto for some flattening affects their things You could do with those lenses that video cameras just don't have unless you go with, you know, higher and something like a black magic cinema camera, which then does use Standard lenses. Then you could do anything those air cinematic. So if you want to spend more money, but I mean, you're talking about the difference of $500 camera that a $5000 camera so I would probably say stick with you in front of me with $2000 a year already..

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"horror host" Discussed on The Graveyard Show Podcast

The Graveyard Show Podcast

07:24 min | 2 years ago

"horror host" Discussed on The Graveyard Show Podcast

"You stock up for next year. So you also. Now. You've also been doing some cross promotion with Count Gore divall. Watch. Everybody out there how that came about. We We'd Love Count Gore. An institution here in the DC area like. Well my my co producer up Vita Law. You know he just absolutely loves them in the door ten forever. So it was his idea to contact count go and we contacted him to see if he would be interested in doing little cross cocoa as us and. You have to get in shape to the Halloween season. So I needed a little bit of trick or treating I needed to trick or treat. Kind of. Getting shake. Pick nights and obliged show the suspension. It was great. So, what was that like seeing the? Call. I'll. Wow so how? Things. It's very roomy in that I it. Really. Is it like a queen size or king sized coffin. King Oh. Okay So it's got a lot of legroom. legroom. Nicely yes. Very nice excellent. Now I, I also understand that you're working with a Monster Madhouse for cross promotion for next year. Once, everybody about that. We are very excited Jerry Morris contacted you know monsters everywhere you know and it's He thought that. My my stick might do well on the show in Phila- hoping to do a little cross Promo and have me come on the show and and top do some appearances within we're working on that. Now the next year for twenty ten. So look look for much madhouse madhouse to the fastback Virginia a Have Television shows that go on air on cable television all the way from Stafford Senate bill attacks all all around the northern Virginia area. They also broadcast fun stationed in Texas as well, and they're trying to go a little national the show. So just to to really apply, they are doing as well and bring in as many. As possible to play on the show because it's a big one big site house over there, you know in the more people that come together and help each other out hopefully. More people that are making a noise of the rule. Well, that's a good thing. I've noticed. I've noticed that this year that Har hosts have really become a they're they're they're becoming more popular again, which is a great thing because it is such a part of. Television history in American history, least modern American history and you a great job and I've noticed that since the last time that you've been on this show that you're popularity has skyrocketed you are just you know you're the bee's knees now out there and I was just wondering how how are the fans approaching you now? Outfits. Have to have wonderful fans on facebook and on Youtube some of the people I just know that they're going to be the first ones to comment like I can't wait to see what they say. We definitely have some people that are watching regularly and we're gaining people too, which is really exciting and it's not. People take over the world one little I'm not nothing I'm taking. You take over the world one little step at a time. You know we get like one new subscriber today or one to two per day and you know three, hundred, sixty, five, a year. I'll take it I'll take anything I can. So we're definitely it's a constant progression of getting New People in. So that's. Fantastic to me. Hopefully, we can start bringing more people on the show so that will promote and other things if I felt ill. That's that's really the point we'll get to all the websites in just a minute but before that I wanted to ask you I. Understand you're working very hard for your Halloween show wants to give listeners out there a little tease. Is invited to Mr Crooked stick Halloween. That's on Halloween nighttime. Really excited. I can't wait to go. I think you know Marguerite kind of likes that guy that she met at the spirit Halloween stores. Yeah I think she's GonNa try and go with him on the show up with that but they can't wait to go and see all the great people got together feedback. It's the most exciting day of the year and I cannot wait. Anything Ruins, it will be absolutely crushed. Well, I don't think that's going to happen I. Think I think you are going to have a great time there and have a have a fantastic time you've been doing some great work online Anybody that might just be hearing for the first time they want to come visit you on the web want to give them all your websites. CONTO HUSSY OF WHOLE DOT com. I'm also on facebook at. Pula and my youtube channel is Hussy cool. Well. You Go. Helene. Thank you so much for coming back on the graveyard show I. Really appreciate it and much success to you in the future congratulations on everything and Look forward to having you again back on the show down the road. Thank you I lost coming on your show and anytime. All right. Welcome back as I wrap up the topic of horror hosts here inside the graveyard show. WanNa thank Kalina Freak freakshow June, Ms Monster, tit, and tat for joining me all those many many years ago. So, as you heard in my interview with Ms Monster She was referred to me by Michael Monahan who I had on the program, and while if you go back, you'll find my interviews with him as well. He is the man. When it comes to history of Horror House he's just a fountain of Information. He recommended MS Monster. Me To come on the show and boy did they. They delivered they did not disappoint. As. Far As freak show goes will freak show has a lot of connections here on the program freakshow was a guest. As you heard, he came on as his alter ego rich peterson from Madison Har- and rich does a lot of work in the community in Madison Wisconsin. Not. Sure what he's doing nowadays there in terms of events, but I can tell you this. Freak show and the bill of horror are still out there. And? Here. I'm looking at right now you can find the Bordello. On T. V. W. that's broadcast channel three point, two charter and direct TV fourteen at and T. U. Verse. and TD S I think that is channel to. Freak show also has his own pizzeria looks like. freaky pizza and wings. CHECKOUT BORDELLO OF HORROR Dot Com or He's got a few other websites still going here and It doesn't look June is with the Bordello.

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"horror host" Discussed on The Graveyard Show Podcast

The Graveyard Show Podcast

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"horror host" Discussed on The Graveyard Show Podcast

"Out the people. Say. Let's talk about that You did do a shopping spree at the local spirit Halloween store. So how did that go for you? On enough you've been in in the stores. There's so many lovely. Thanks to play with. What, what are your? What are some of your favorite things there? I love the head wealth wellheads we have the core the has just the. People hanging all of our house. The Halloween. Pop really they suffered. I pay. They just don't know it yet. Now you also ran into an old boyfriend. You want you want to fill everybody in on who that was. You got back to me. But I don't know he must have been in DC for the shopping with these and I happen to idea. But Michael My push the was. Was Very. Interesting conversation things got a little bit scheme. Hopefully. Hopefully will compare it up. Now now you are working with Spirit You guys are doing across promotion of some sorts Why don't you explain to everybody out there what Alina is doing with Spirit Well scare Halloween. We decided that we would contact them. It seems that Dan Off Brands, really into fed each other. So we contacted spirit to see if they would like us to come in the store. They would let us come in and fill the Halina video. They're really we will just looking for a location. So we came in and they loved the video that we did for them, and they have been marketing it out for the past week to their client database and on their website spirit Halloween dot com because they thought it was a really great marketing feared Halloween so we're hoping that that collaboration. Able to continue into the future Daddy. Fantastic and also, of course I'm sure you'll get the employee discount..

"horror host" Discussed on The Graveyard Show Podcast

The Graveyard Show Podcast

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"horror host" Discussed on The Graveyard Show Podcast

"Us about being a hostess? Well really. It's just love of the movie I mean put as. I happen to be talking about whatever topic it is just focused on that movie and on presenting it to my audience and just having a good time I mean I enjoyed talking to the camera and as far as I mean thinking. You know Thinking involved. Just kind of doing. Now just kind of doing. Yeah. Just doing well, I appreciate you doing this interview here in the graveyard show. I wish you all success with your website Thank you for taking the time to do this. Welcome to the community and if people WANNA. Go to your website tell them the website address. Thank you so much for having me. It's Hussy of horrible DOT COM. You heard it there fellas and ladies Hussy of Heart Dot Com. Going Support Halina Halina, thank you so much for joining the graveyard. I know I'll be seeing you in your grave yard on your website continued success luck with everything, and I'll have you back down the road. Thank you so much baby nightmares nine years. Now it's time to check in with a friend of the show. You know she's gearing up for the Halloween Season of course, I'm talking about the horror hostess herself Halina, Hussy of Hara. It's great to have you back in the graveyard. Baby it's great to be back. I love coming on your. Awesome we love having you on the show and I'm really happy that you took the time to come back on for this special Halloween edition of the Graveyard. First of all, I just want to congratulate you on being the September scream queen of the month on scream queen dot com that had to have been a big thrill to say the least. Fantastic, it's. Completely out of the blue.

"horror host" Discussed on The Graveyard Show Podcast

The Graveyard Show Podcast

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"horror host" Discussed on The Graveyard Show Podcast

"And I thought it would be kind of. A law to enter the contest and see how things would go. That was the first video that I did and. Realize that the short video format was a lot of fun and I wanted to do more. That's. From entering the course that's context is really where the Hussy DOT COM has originated from. Okay. Well, I did see your your video which which anybody listening Kengo to hoc-, Hussy of horror dot com and. A they can see your videos you'll have three videos on there. And I mean. So let's talk about. Let's talk about this. Now what got you interested in in hosting your website? How did you go about doing this? Well. I think. I the by love eighties eighty four films but and John Films not just talk but Donald Films in particular and I think that the original need a little love and attention now that so many of them are being remade removed. Don't get me wrong but really great director runs with the concept. I mean, if you don't have anything constructive to say why open your mouth, right but the originals are still valid as well and I thought well, you know maybe I can talk a little interest to me old school films and plus doing videos is just a blast. So after I did miss fast competition in three. Friends Gary You Garrett keeps the director of deadline and a little key local indies. Ambi- Phil here in the DC Baltimore Ariel..

"horror host" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

09:37 min | 2 years ago

"horror host" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"On coast to coast as we talk about some films and movies and things like that Mr. low ball. Hi there. Greetings, George as you can tell I'm giddy as a schoolgirl. I'm very excited to find out that I've just been nominated for the Rondo Hatton classic horror award in two categories both as favourite horror host and as the for our event blob fest as best fan of vent which twentieth. Fifth anniversary of the event this year. Sixtieth anniversary fifty first anniversary of the blob twenty twentieth. Anniversary, congratulations. We'll talk a little bit more about that. Hey, did you have a chance to watch the Oscars? I did not they had it without a host this year in the ratings went up twelve to sixteen percent from year ago without a host without a because they got right to it to it. They had a voice announcer and everybody just did their thing. It was weird. They should have had a robot doing not very excited about the Oscars this year. So I was actually the first time. I hadn't watched it all in a long time. They didn't have those gangbusters films that we're used to watching anymore. No, let's speak in films. What's happening in your world? Gosh is so so many things going on, you know, I mean, we're still doing the cinema insomnia. We actually had to we had a hard drive crash. We lost like five episodes. No permanently. Permanently. Yeah. Baptist. They had the guys who asked you the FBI recovery. You know, the guys who can get anything from anything. Yeah. They couldn't get anything. We sent it back to manufacturer. They couldn't get anything. So we literally had to re shoot five episodes. And that you know, I think it's hard to do the first time, but they have to do the same exact thing all over again. I think the mental block was the worst part actually after we shot at everything turned out great actually better than four. But you know, getting over that mental hurdle of just accepting that all that material is lost. I miss tape. I missed film. I missed having that permanence of okay. We've got it. Good. You know? That's right. It's here, and you could always dump it onto other VCR's. We will we were shooting in four K. So we were the plan was to back it up and then back at the backup. But it failed before we got a chance to do that are horror movies are horror movies, Mr Lobo. As spooky is. They used to be the past. You know, I think they're getting better. Honestly, I think there's more variety of them. You know, I think that, you know, there've been a few in the past few years that actually have some atmosphere because there is a difference between there's different grades of horrible because there's some movies that are shocking. Awesome movies. That are gory movies that are. But there are some movies. That are spooky on the fifties. They had a lot of really spooky movies that had true atmosphere to them and like creature from the black lagoon, and it came from outer space since like they were such a concentration on creating an atmosphere. And I'm I'm glad to see that, you know, there are some movies that I think are are kind of taking a different pace with with these films. I saw a quiet place. I thought that was good. I thought you know, I like the insidious movies. There are some current ones that I feel like, you know, take you somewhere, and and our fun. Do you think stars of the past could make today people like John Wayne Bing Crosby and all those Gene Kelly in his musicals? I don't mind, I think things have changed things have changed. Yeah. They have changed, you know. But, you know, things go in cycles. I'd like to see another John Wayne. I'd like to see another being Crosby. You know? I like to see some people who were larger than life. You know? I mean is cheap. I get it every day. I'd like to see some people that I could really admire don't think people want to see war movies anymore or westerns. I think that that John Lewis seems to be gone it. You know there have you know, I'm hateful eight I thought was good. And and you know, I think that there are some westerns that drop every once in a while and some more movies that drop every once in a while. But certainly, you know, every every genre that hits really hard. I. Think they drive it Hollywood just drives it into the ground. You know, they made ten trillion westerns in the fifties, and sixties, and and burned it out and they're doing they did the same with zombie movies. Now, nobody wants to see zombie movies anymore because it's it's cliche. You know? I think John Wayne was almost in every one of those for westerns to everyone. Every one of those war movies at the same time. How long have you been a horror host seventeen years? Like the idea of it being fourteen though as I think, I I like to go back a few years. But but yeah, it's it's we've been doing this is our seventeenth season. We started out of ABC affiliate in Sacramento, California. Have you loved every moment of it? Absolutely. If the worst best job or the best worst job in the world. You never wanna quit because you know, you get to you get to watch movies. You get to tell jokes. You get to be performer or writer or producer. You make all the phone calls you build all the props. You get on the ground and you draw cartoons, and he just get to do everything. And I like that aspect of it. Did you think in the older days? Most local markets had their own horror host and eyesight that because with me growing up in Detroit we had mortgage whose remains a dear friend of ours. Magnificence? We also had sir graves ghastly, he was vampires. What did it every market like, Los Angeles? Almost every market that the shock package screen. Gems bought the universal film. So all the universal movies. The greats came to television son of Frankenstein and King Kong and all that stuff. And once that stuff hit television. They thought that you know. Okay. Well, when we have a Turkey we want to keep our ratings up. So we need a host like a radio DJ or or a good radio host. But keep your keep no matter what the topic. Is there listening to George every week because you're the guy, and that's kind of how the horror host functions is that people watch the movies, whether they're good or bad, or whether it's their favorite movie or not because they just want to be part of the fun. And and they wanna they wanna spend Saturday with their guy. And so they thought that that would be a good way to keep their advertising rates up. And I think that most stations bought these packages they had about fifty six movies in them. And every there were very lot of variation. Sometimes it was just a spooky voice there there. There was one called Lord Lord Telford. I think what was just a spooky voice. I forgot what market that was there. You know, there was somewhere that was just an animation that just sort of tied everything together. And there were some that that of course, you know, like in Florida that was Mt graves, and and you know, there was Dr Matt blood in Virginia. And and, you know, every, you know, of course, vampire on LA and Zachary in in in in New York, but well, he was real land in Philly. I and many was actually in New York, and you know, so it was a it was a national phenomenon that happened locally. And and so there was a lot of pride because you drive by the TV station, and you think oh, wow. You know, count spooky is in there. Yeah. Team Sackler thirty nine and he might say my my name on the air mentioned my birthday in what they also used to do is are used to. Remember would we were the cub scouts and boy scouts or the girl scouts and everybody in school. They would all go to the taping and become part of the program. Absolutely. Yeah. I was better than Howdy Doody. I remember when the bozo. The clown was doing a show in Detroit. You had a role local bozo. The climate guess, sure. Corn into a whole bunch of kids there, and it was live and bozo called this one kid up and said, so what do you think of this in? He did a few little profanities on the air. Wow. Bozo. Went. Let's go to a commercial. I love your both voice. But they're bringing bozo back are they show. Yeah. They're doing it. They're bringing bozo back. So I I don't know the full details. But it was announced just a few days ago that they're gonna try and do a brand new life. Bozo show, you know, count Gorda Vall who was the host of creature feature in the DC area. He was he was not only the horror host on Saturday night. But he was bozo. Monday through Friday, and he was captain cosmic or no captain twenty in the afternoon. So he had a three way job of being the afternoon host the for the older kids the kiddy show host for the. The bozo host for the little kids, and then the the horror host on the weekends for the teenager. Indeed. When we take calls next hour with Mr Lobo. In addition to your questions share with us, your local horror host if you can remember that you had at your local television station who that person was and what they did. And they all play these great black and white movies. Didn't they Mr. logo they did? But, you know, of course, in the beginning of all the movies were black and white until people had color televisions? Wouldn't which wouldn't be until the late sixties? That's good point. We're gonna take this quick break. We're with Mr Lobo talking about horror films right here on coast to coast always on your phone, then you'll be happy to know. The coast website is now optimized for.

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"horror host" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

09:42 min | 2 years ago

"horror host" Discussed on KTOK

"Like blob fest and provides background on films with comedy games and prizes. And here he is back on coast to coast as we talk about some films and movies and things like that Mr. low ball. Hi there. Greetings, George as you can tell I'm giddy as a schoolgirl. I'm very excited to find out that I've just been nominated for the Rondo Hatton classic horror award in two categories, both as favourite horror host and as the for our event blob. Obsessed as best fan of vent cleaning twentieth. Anniversary of the event this year. Sixtieth anniversary fifty first anniversary of the blob twenty twentieth. Anniversary, congratulations. We'll talk a little bit more about that. Hey, did you have a chance to watch the Oscars? I did not they had it without a host this year in the ratings went up twelve to sixteen percent from year ago without a host without a 'cause they just got right to it. They to if they had a voice announcer and everybody just did their thing. It was weird. They should have had a robot doing very excited about the Oscars this year. So I was actually the first time. I hadn't watched all in a long time. They didn't have those gang BUSTER films that we're used to watching anymore. So let's speaking of films what's happening in your world. Gosh is so so many things going on, you know, I mean, we're still doing the cinema insomnia. We actually had we had a hard drive crash that we lost like five episodes. No permanently. Permanently. Yeah. Baptist had the guys who asked you the FBI recovery. You know, the guys who can get anything from anything. Yeah. They couldn't get anything. We sent it back to manufacturer. They couldn't get anything. So we literally had to reshoot five episodes. And that you know, I think it's hard to do the first time, but to have to do the same exact thing all over again. I think the mental block was the worst part actually after we shot at everything turned out great actually better than four. But you know, getting over that mental hurdle of just accepting that all that material is lost. I miss tape missed film. I miss having that permanence of okay? We've got it. Good. You know? That's right. It's here, and you could always dump it on the other VCR's. We had we wish we shooting in four K. So you know, we were the plan was to back it up and then back the backup, but it failed before we got a chance to do that. Our horror movies are horror movies, Mr Lobo. As spooky is. They used to be the past. You know, I think they're getting better. Honestly, I think there's more variety of them. You know, I think that, you know, there've been a few in the past few years that actually have some atmosphere because there is a difference between different grades of horrible. There's some movies that are shocking. Awesome movies. That are gory movies that are. But there are some movies. That are spooky on the fifties. They had a lot of really spooky movies that had true atmosphere to them and like creature from the black lagoon, and it came from outer space, and it's like there was such a concentration on creating an atmosphere. And I'm glad to see that, you know, there are some movies that I think are are kind of taking a different pace with with these films. I thought I saw quiet place. I thought that was good. I thought you know, I like the insidious movies. There are some current ones that I feel like you. You know, take you somewhere and are fun. Do you think stars of the past could make it today? People like John Wayne Bing Crosby and all those Gene Kelly in his musicals. I don't think so things have changed things have changed. Yeah. They have change, you know. But, you know, things go in cycles. I'd like to see another John Wayne. I'd like to see another being Crosby. You know? I like to see some people who were larger than life. You know? I mean realities cheap. I get it every day. I I'd like to see some people that I could really admire I don't think people want to see more movies anymore or westerns. I think that Jon Rao seems to be gone it. You know there have you know, I'm hateful eight I thought was good. And and you know, I think that there are some westerns that drop every once in a while and some more movies at drop every once in a while. But certainly, you know, every every genre that hits really hard. I think they drive in Hollywood just drives it into the ground. You know, they made ten trillion westerns in the fifties, and sixties, and and burned it out and they're doing they did the same with zombie movies. Now, nobody wants to see zombie movies anymore because it's it's cliche. You know? I think John Wayne was almost in every one of those for westerns too. Every one of those war movies at the same time. How long have you been a horror host seventeen years like the idea of of it being fourteen now as I think I I like to go back a few years. But but yeah, it's it's we've been doing this is our seventeenth season. We started out of ABC affiliate in Sacramento, California. Have you loved every moment of it? Absolutely. If the worst best job or the best worst job in the world. You never wanna quit because you know, you get to you get to watch movies. You get to tell jokes. You get to be performer a writer producer, you make all the phone calls you build all the props. You get on the ground and you draw cartoons, and you just get to do everything. And I like that aspect of it. Did you think in the older days? Most local markets had their own horror host and eyesight that because with me growing up in Detroit we had mortgage whose remains a dear friend of ours. Forcus the magnificence we also had. Greaves ghastly vampire? Did it every market like Los Angeles, Chicago almost every market that the shock package screen. Gems bought the universal film. So all the universal movies. The greats came to television son of Frankenstein and King Kong and all that stuff. And once that stuff hit television. They thought that you know. Okay. Well, when we have a Turkey we want to keep our ratings up. So we need a host like a radio DJ or or or a good radio host. But keep you keep no matter what the topic. Is there listening to George every week because you're the guy, and that's kind of how the horror host functions is that people watch the movies, whether they're good or bad, or whether it's their favorite movie or not because they just want to be part of the fun, and they wanna they wanna spend Saturday with their guy. And so they thought that that would be a good way to keep their advertising rates up. And I think that most stations bought these packages they had about fifty six movies in them. And every there were very a lot of variation. Sometimes it was just a. Spooky voice there there. There was one called Lord Lord Telford. I think what was just a spooky voice. I forgot what market that was there. You know, there was somewhere that was just an animation that just sort of tied everything together. And it were some that that of course, you know, like in Florida. It was Mt graves, and and you know, there was Dr mad blood in Virginia. And and, you know, every, you know, of course, Dan Piran. LA and Zachary in in New York, but well, he was real land in Philly. I in many was accurately in New York. And you know, so it was it was a national phenomenon that happened locally. And and so there was a lot of pride because you you drive by a TV station, and you'd think oh, wow. You know, count spooky is in there. Yeah. Came Sackler thirty nine and he might say, my my name on the air mentioned my birthday will in what they also used to do is are used to remember what we were the cub scouts and boy scouts. When were the girl scouts and everybody in school? They would all go to the taping and become part of the program. Absolutely. Yeah. I was better than Howdy Doody. I remember when bozo. The clown was doing a show in Detroit. Role. Local bozo the clown. I guess you're corny into a whole bunch of kids there, and it was live in bozo. Called this one kid up and said, so what do you think of this in? He did a few little profanities on the air. Wow. Those old went. Let's go to a commercial. I love your bozo voice. But they're bringing bozo back and are they show? Yeah. They're doing they're bringing bozo back. So I don't know the full details. But it was announced just a few days ago that they're going to try and do a brand new life. Bozo show, you know, count, Gordon who was the host of creature feature in the DC area. He was he was not only the horror host on Saturday night. But he was bozo. Monday through Friday, and he was captain cosmic or no captain twenty in the afternoon. So he had a three way job of being the afternoon host the for the older kids the kiddy show host for the. Ozo- host for the little kids, and then the the horror host on the weekends for the teenager. Indeed. When we take calls next hour with Mr Lobo. In addition to your questions share with us, your local horror host if you can remember that you had at your local television station who that person was and what they did the. And they all play these great black and white movies. Didn't they Mr. logo? They did. But, you know, of course, in the beginning all the movies were black and white until people had color televisions? Wouldn't which wouldn't be until the late sixties? That's good point. We're gonna take this quick break were with Mr Lobo talking about horror films right here on coast to coast, Dale, always on your phone, then you'll be happy to know. The coast website is now.

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"horror host" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

11:40 min | 2 years ago

"horror host" Discussed on WTVN

"And we're back with Mr Lobo. What did you think of the twilight zone series, Mr Lobo the originals the original twilight zone? I mean, it's amazing. I mean, I think that I they never get old and rewatch ability is incredible. I I watch those episodes over and over and over again, and they just never we never get old. And rod sterling his stuff was so sharp as me was just such a keen observer of human nature and a great host. I mean, rod sterling is kind of a horror host, really. Yeah. He was the way he'd come out and everything else. Indeed. But it wasn't all horror flicks. No, all it was all imagination. That was really what the toilets. They had messages behind every show. Absolutely. Absolutely. I think it was it was a great way to use fantasy as a metaphor for the human condition. What about the Alfred Hitchcock mystery? The're remember presents was good too. Outer limits was good to twilight zone was better. But I think Alfred Hitchcock was great too. And he. Was like his presentation was very horror host like I love when he was talking about his headache remedy and that could be taken in a tiny capsule. And then he just starts putting bullets on the desk in front of them. I mean until areas what about the science fiction theatre remember that science course, science fiction, which did not have a host. No, it did not it just started. And they just started. But a great at Anfal, a wonderful anthology show. How come those shows don't work anymore anthologies are tough? Because again, it's every every week it's a different show. And I think that you know, I think now all the shows are so pop RAs because that's the way they keep they continue from one to the next breaking bad and all that. Yeah. So I think it's this new twilight zone. It will be a whole they're doing a new tales from the crypt at a new twilight zone. So hopefully, you know, we're cutting back to being able to do that. But you have to have an audience. Oh, black mirror is a good modern. I'm good. What do you think of that show? You like, yeah. I like it. I don't not always in the mood for it. Because it's so dark. It's like, yeah. I get it technologies. Terrible. And it's making us horrible. But you know, I don't know if I want to hear that story every week. But it's you know, the they had a choose your own adventure one. That was really kind of interesting called Bander snatch. There was one where there was a guy who was putting himself into a Star Trek type show using technology to kind of live out his fantasies, and and a lot of kind of things it's really strike home with with today's generation. And I and I think a lot of the stories like the twilight zone have something important to say about where we're at socially and everywhere and as just as as human as humans, we're packed with call. So let's go to Greg in Tampa, Florida. Hey, greg. Go ahead, sir. All right. Yes. I have a couple of movies. I remember as a child the original thirteen ghosts thirty also William castle thirteen goes, you'd have the ghost viewer. If you looked into the I believe if you looked in the red one at meant you belie believed in ghosts. And we're looking at the blue lens, it meant that you didn't believe in goes something like that. But you didn't see it was like a three d saying they had the lion tamer that the lion and finally business had off. And then they had at the end of the movie the child a little boy, you know, is was being predicated upon and the way that he got rid of his is dealt adversary Bush. There was like a bet that came down and suffocated him the movie, right, right? You don't want. What own watch that up the land in the? They want to see the goes. That's what I wanna know. I was just I wonder who would wanna watch the movie with the lens. The tides all the ghosts. I would think that everyone would want to watch it with the lens that allows you to see the ghosts. Well, yeah. But, you know, back then I just had a black and white TV. Oh, sure. And. One. I liked the, of course, was the house of lax, you know, where the heroine young the young girl, you know, she was finally supposedly being, you know, have have hot wax, boiling, hot wax sport over her. You know? For young man was also a big three D movie. Also. Which one was at the Mr Lobo house of wax was was the first three D movie as far as I know. Do they still do three d? Oh, yeah. Absolutely. You know, I max has a lot of major blockbusters are all simultaneously created in three d it's not the red blue three d it's not the antics three d it's the polarized three. D let's go to Cleveland, Ohio Sandra's with us east of the Rockies. Hello, sandra. Hello. Oh, how many times I've tried to call? This is absolutely wonderful. You got through this time. I'm glad you're here. I wondered if you knew at all in your radio travels a man named milk Cargill from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Chilly, Billy car jelly. Absolutely. Yeah. Yeah. He was one of the great horror hosts in Pittsburgh. He of course, did radio for years after his television days, and he's also at forever immortalized in night of the living dead as as a television, one of the one of the guys going around with the posse at the very end of the movie he is involved with that as a as a television reporter. So he actually has a role in one of the most famous or movies of all time. But the reason they put him in that movie is because he was there horror host. And he they grew up watching him. Did you know him, Sandra? I well only through the TV that I yeah, you felt like you knowing you grew up with him. Didn't you? You grew up watching him evacuate. Yeah. And it was like thank goodness. My sister-in-law had a one bedroom asleep down. I'd love it was he was one of the he was he was one of the normal guys. He did not dress up like a vampire or Google or anything like that. He was usually like in a tuxedo or turtleneck, and and, but he did show the horror movies, and he was very quick on his feet. Very very very funny naturally funny. In my pal. Of course, more guests who originated in New Orleans. They ended up hiring him in Detroit. And I'd come running home from school, everyday, Mr Lobo just to watch him. 'cause he would do these Zanny little weather bits around some kind of science project. Everything always went wrong. Everything went wrong with his science thing. I feel so bad for Borges. When is he going to get an experiment that actually I know it he came in the studio here a couple years ago. My staff flew him here for the hall of wonderful. And he wanted me to. Gonna fly Mr. little boat. They might do that the mortgage wanted me to do an experiment with him. And he said that he had developed a force field that he could put around. So he told me to smack him in the mouth, and I said, I am not gonna hit you in the mouth mortgages. And he said, George it'll work in a work Georgian. So he puts his force field around him. Of course, you can't see it. Yes. And he said now hit me hit me right here right here in the mouth, and I knocked out his tooth. Oh, wow. That guy is amazing. Is absolutely amazing. What a treasure one of the all-time. Great hor Tracy's with us truck. Driving in Mississippi high trace go ahead. George. Thank you for taking my call actually, your previous caller baby to chilly. Billy. That I. He was huge people loved him. He was. I have an autographed picture of him. Every time. I do monster bash and picks, Pittsburgh, which is the big convention there in in Butler, or sometimes it's in Mars, Pennsylvania. But in that area near Pittsburgh. Every single person comes up to me and says, oh, okay. You're doing a chilly. Billy card daily. Is he's still alive or is. He gonna know he's passed. But you know, he used to do those all those conventions up until up until the year. He passed he was at all those shows signing autographs shaking hands, you know, really very very good to his fans had a smile and a joke for every single fan, and and kept his energy up well into his later years in most of those days, they didn't have the capability of videotaping. No, what they used to do as they used to do something Kenneth scope, which they take a picture of a picture, right? It would be a video camera shooting a film camera shooting video image, and then recording it onto film. It's too bad. We lost some great things videotape was too expensive. So a lot of a lot of those in those days, you're not exist. I think there's maybe just a few minutes of a vampire a few minutes of of Gherardi a lot of those even Bob Wilkins who was in the seventies was my horror host. You know, they only have like a handful of complete shows most of that stuff got your Boca raced. You remember soupy sales. Now, he wasn't a horror host. But he he started in Detroit. Did a show. There got picked up by a BBC went to Los Angeles. And then became a superstar was very influential to horror hosts, though, I think the kids show hosts were were very influential to horror hosts, I think is very similar line of work in Spain Guli who's really popular right now out of Chicago. He does a lot of bits that are right out of soupy sales. Where you've got like he's talking to just stick your hand of the person that you don't see that's very soupy sales. And you know, he used to host after between Jack power and Johnny Carson. He do the tonight show once in a while. Oh, relate philan-. I never knew that right to see. I would love to see him. Do the a funny guy. He had great characters and fast, fast, fast, and funny. Very very quick. Could improv Mark in Lincoln Nebraska's with us now. Go ahead, Mark. Hey ratings Mark. Yeah. Trying a long time ago. I gave up for a while finally got through. Yeah. Yeah. One of the guys beat me to it. But I I met him. And he got his autograph in Lincoln, Dr sanguinary. Nebraska, Dr sanguinary. Absolutely. And there's another generation of doctors sanguinary, not the same person. But some of that character still continues today. Yeah. I got his autograph in a picture and stuff when I was a little kid. And then I remember macabre, and there was a couple of other ones. I can't remember their names longtime ago after that. But yeah. And then a couple of the movies. I remember that are classics. Let's see one of them was called blood relations. You remember that? I don't blood relations. Tell me more. I have.

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"horror host" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

09:43 min | 2 years ago

"horror host" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Like blob fest and provides background on films with comedy games and prizes. And here he is back on coast to coast as we talk about some films and movies and things like that Mr. low ball. Hi there. Greetings, George as you can tell I'm giddy as a schoolgirl. I'm very excited to find out that I've just been nominated for the Rondo Hatton classic horror award in two categories both as favourite horror host and as the for our event blob fast as best fan of vent without. Twentieth. Anniversary of the event this year. Sixtieth anniversary fifty first anniversary of the blob twenty twentieth. Anniversary, congratulations. We'll talk a little bit more about that. Hey, did you have a chance to watch the Oscars? I did not they had it without a host this year in the ratings went up twelve to sixteen percent from without a host without a cause. They just got right to it. They went way to it. They had a voice announcer. Everybody just did their thing. It was weird. They should have had a robot doing not very excited about the Oscars this year. So I was actually the first time. I hadn't watched it all in a long time. They didn't have those gang BUSTER films that we're used to watching anymore. So let's speaking of films what's happening in your world. Gosh, it's so so many things going on, you know, I mean, we're still doing the cinema insomnia. We actually had we had a hard drive crashed lost like five episodes. No permanently. Permanently. Yeah. Baptist. They had the guys who asked you the FBI recovery. You know, the guys who can get anything from anything. Yeah. Roy. They couldn't get anything. We sent it back to manufacturer. They couldn't get anything. So we literally had to reshoot five episodes. And that you know, I think it's hard to do the first time, but to have to do the same exact thing all over again. I think the mental block was the worst part actually after we shot at everything turned out great actually better than four. But you know, getting over that mental hurdle of just accepting that all that material is lost. I miss tape. I missed film. I miss having that permanence of okay? We've got it. Good. You know? That's right. It's here, and you could always dump it onto other VCR's ask why? No, we had we wish we shooting in four K. So you know, we were the plan was to back it up and then back at the backup. But it failed before we got a chance to do that. Movies are horror movies, Mr Lobo. As spooky is. They used to be the past. You know, I think they're getting better. Honestly, I think there's more variety of them. You know, I think that you know, there's been a few in the past few years that actually have some atmosphere because there is a difference between there's different grades of horrible. There's some movies that are shocking. Awesome movies. That are gory movies that are. But there are some movies. That are spooky in the fifties. They had a lot of really spooky movies that had true atmosphere to them and like creature from the black lagoon, and it came from outer space since like there was such a concentration on creating an atmosphere. And I'm I'm glad to see that, you know, there are some movies that I think are are kind of taking a different pace with with these films. I thought I saw a quiet place. I thought that was good. I thought you know, I like the insidious movies. There are some current ones that I feel like you. You know, take you somewhere and are fun. Do you think stars of the past could make it today? People like John Wayne Bing Crosby and all those of Gene Kelly in his musicals. I think things have changed things have changed. Yeah. They have changed, you know. But, you know, things go in cycles. I'd like to see another John Wayne. I'd like to see another being Crosby. You know? I like to see some people who were larger than life. You know? I mean is cheap. I get it every day. I I'd like to see some people that I could really admire I don't think people want to see more movies anymore or westerns. I think that Jon Rao seems to be gone it. You know there have you know, I'm hateful eight I thought was good. And and you know, I think that there are some westerns that drop every once in a while and some more movies at drop every once in a while. But certainly, you know, every every genre that hits really hard. I think they drive it Hollywood just drives it into the ground. You know, they made ten trillion westerns in the fifties, and sixties, and and burned it out and. They they did the same with zombie movies. Now, nobody wants to see zombie movies anymore because it's it's cliche. You know? I think John Wayne was almost in every one of those westerns to every one of those war movies. At the same time. How long have you been a horror host seventeen years like the idea of it being fourteen though as I think I I like to go back a few years. But but yeah, it's we've been doing this is our seventeenth season. We started out of ABC affiliate in Sacramento, California. Have you loved every moment of it? Absolutely. It's the worst best job or the best worst job in the world. You never wanna quit because you know, you get to you get to watch movies. You get to tell jokes. You get to be performer or writer or producer. You make all the phone calls you build all the props. You get on the ground and you draw cartoons, and you just get to do everything. And I like that aspect of it. Did you think in the older days? Most local markets had their own horror host and eyesight that because with me growing up in Detroit, we had mortgage whose remains a dear friend of ours forecast, the magnificence we also had sir graves ghastly. Vampire? But did it every market like, Los Angeles. Almost every market that the shock package screen. Gems bought the universal film. So all the universal movies. The greats came to television son of Frankenstein and King Kong and all that stuff. And once that stuff hit television. They thought that, you know, well, when we have a Turkey we wanna keep our ratings up. So we need a host like a radio DJ or or or a good radio host keep you keep no matter what the topic. Is there listening to George every week because you're the guy, and that's kind of how the horror host functions is that people watch the movies, whether they're good or bad, or whether it's their favorite movie or not because they just want to be part of the fun. And and they wanna they want to spend Saturday with their guy. And so they thought that that would be a good way to keep their advertising rates up. And I think that most stations bought these packages they had about fifty six movies in them. And every there were very a lot of variation. Sometimes it was just a spooky voice there there. There was one called Lord Lord Telford. I think what was just a spooky voice. I forgot what market that was there. You know, there was somewhere that was just an animation that just sort of tied everything together. And we're some that that of course, you know, like in Florida that was Mt graves, and and you know, there was Dr mad blood in Virginia. And and, you know, every, you know, of course, Dan, Piran LA and Zachary in in in in New York. Well, he was real land in Philly. I and then he was accurately in New York. And you know, so it was a it was a national phenomenon that happened locally. And and so there was a lot of pride because you drive by the TV station, and you think oh, wow. You know, count spooky is in there. Became Sackler Saturday night. And he might say my my name on the air mentioned my birthday, what they also used to do is are used to remember what we were the cub scouts and boy scouts. When there were the girl scouts and everybody in school. They would all go to the taping and become part of the program. Absolutely. Yeah. I was better than Howdy Doody. I remember when bozo. The clown was doing a show in Detroit. You had a role local bozo. The climate. Yes. Sure. Corey a whole bunch of kids there, and it was live and bozo called this one kid up and said, so what do you think it is in? He did a few little profanities on the air. And wow. Let's go to a commercial. I love your bozo voice. But they're bringing bozo. Back and show. Yeah. They're doing they're bringing bozo back. So I I don't know the full details. But it was announced just a few days ago that they're going to try and do a brand new life. Bozo show, you know, count Gordon ball who was the host of creature feature in the DC area. He was he was not only the horror host on Saturday night. But he was bozo. Monday through Friday, and he was captain cosmic or no captain twenty in the afternoon. So he had a three way job of being the afternoon host of the for the older kids, the kiddy show host for the the bozo host for the little kids, and then the the horror host on the weekends for the teenager. Indeed. When we take calls next hour with Mr Lobo. In addition to your questions share with us, your local horror host if you can remember that you had at your local. Television station who that person was and what they did. And they all play these great black and white movies. Didn't they Mr. logo? They did. But, you know, of course, in the beginning all the movies were black and white until people had color televisions? Wouldn't which wouldn't be until the later sixties. That's good point. We're gonna take this quick break. We're with Mr Lobo talking about horror films right here on coast to coast always on your phone, then you'll be happy to know. The coast website is now optimized for.

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"horror host" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"horror host" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"I think probably a on me TV affiliates. There's spend Guli who used to be the best kept secret in Chicago. But now because of his affiliation with me TV he is people are joining him coast to coast Elvira is still hosting horror movies. She's on Hulu light now hosting Charles band movies. So it's it's kind of you know, they're they're still around there under the floorboards there lurking. But we still horror hosts still walk among us. And and Mr Lobo is still in syndication and still doing my program. And it's. Interesting. Some people treat you like your dad, you know, you're at a convention, and they look DVD's. And stuff and they're like, oh, which just too bad. They don't do this sort of thing anymore. And it's like Hello. I'm right here. Evan died. I'm still has has technology that being internet television. Satellites more cable has that helped little horror genre survive. I think so I think so I think it's it's it's allowed more different kinds of John survived. Because, you know, we're the horror host is kind of more in the in the fun kind of Sean RAV horror stuff, and you know, there are a lot of people who grew up as fans of this who are able to do their own shows for YouTube or make their own movies. I mean, you know, I mean, you look at a movie like plan nine from outer space, you know, you can make that movie, you know, on a on a camera the size of your thumb and better quality, you know, so if anyone who's got the desire to contribute to the pageantry of of low budget horror films, you know, they can just go for it. And I there is the only big problem is distribution. And and..

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"horror host" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"horror host" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"You could easily stop talking about you can look at the critique podcasts, John Ritter there stuffing in the human character. The things a love helping others of low stature cheese excess and then when they do attain great heights relatives, tearing them down just as much podcast simply a society in this regard and even darker category would be hate speech and podcasts produced by his agents and people of disrespute disrepute. A large complex conversation. Another day. All that about all that all that's about the pockets of self though, the contact credit credit about a podcast like listening. That's listening is done when you like some shit that was a pretty easy one our fall in that group. And if I don't like you, I'm like, okay. I do my time. My time is very love listening. People become regular listeners are the mainstream of any audience. They have made listening to podcast the habit in the podcast world. This the first evidence by subscribing setting in app to seek out new episodes. They become available this devoted core who actually support their show celebrity are the heartbeat of the fan community this particular topic must be explored separately as it is to has many segments with varying behavior. Some love is more passive nature, for example, fanatic listening, no matter the size and through the audience, viable, social magnet, always these adverse mall portion perhaps Bob percents who are genuinely fanatic in there. Support in the best of the word. Right. The good good way. Yeah. 'cause I'm writing about things some things. Yes. Such fanatic listeners of become self appointed partners in the success of this show at a horror host, they engage on the website tan, personal appearances promote the show on other platforms tale, friends, share on social media, much more. They do not simply follow. They are active supporters. Oh, yeah. I've seen this. We see this new social media people tagging us to stuff people. Like, I wore my shirt to this event DJ and his party tonight. I got I got your shirt on like, that's it always wars, my heart. 'cause it's like we've made we made something that made people care about something net fucking made them happy. They didn't have to you know, he didn't have to. So like that that's always beautiful. These bans have considerable influence on the success of any podcast. So now, it's for the factional audience in much greater detail. And okay. He's talking about what he would hate listening. This is the last part, it's a free country it we don't care for the content of podcast. Nobody's forcing us to listen. Just why radio and television..

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"horror host" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell

We'll See You In Hell

03:40 min | 3 years ago

"horror host" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell

"And now they made this movie about him, and he's still alive, and he still out there doing, and he was one of the front runners forefathers, I should say rather of internet streaming like he got on the internet thing before anybody. And like when he realized I can't do this on TV anymore. They won't pay for it. He set up a studio in his basement and. Started doing it on the internet and now like his whole gig. Is you go to his website, and he streams like these old horror movies? All right. And he's also one of these guys that made the total flip of like. God, dammit, why isn't in the network behind me to now being like, I would never go back to a network. This is I am free. I do everything I want to do. I'm worldwide. It's just a great little low budget documentary. The guy that made it is named drip, Jeff krolik who also made heavy metal parking lot. Sure is a famous, you know, underground documentary saying it. And you know, they interview a bunch of other like local horror host, and it's endearing even though these guys are are aficionados and host these these horror movies, there's a very like kid friendly vibe to all of it. You know, like it's very fun and innocent, and you know, most of the movies are just goofy. And you know, it's like the thing from planet nine at Bryant. Whatever the fuck, you know. So it's just a really nice documentary. I I really enjoyed it. All right. I got a shoutout. Probably my favorite thing in comedy all year, thus far, although admittedly, there's not a lot of competition. The new Adam Sandler special on Netflix. People. Of course, have a lot of opinions about him. I have long said the man sense of humor. I think it's clearly much more in line with his early strange, really like different comedic, -ly work. It's hard to call it work, but Billy, Madison, happy, Gilmore, etc. Those movies are so much weirder. And more interesting than even most comedy that's not mainstream. He kind of reached a big audience with it. But it's a very bizarre sort of comedy. And there's touches of it in all of his movies. Even the worst of them ridiculous. Six has a very funny scene about the invention of baseball. There's always like a few things that you're like. Oh, wow. That was kind of cool or interesting are funny, but the man's clearly gotten lazy. So this special is just like. I'm going to get back to my roots. Do some thirty second comedy songs. I hate comedy songs. But usually it's because they're four minutes long. He did perfect comedy songs. I saw this as well. You get the thing about comedy songs is once you get the joke. Get out. Yeah. And most of them go back to it five six verses, and you're like stop he gives you the joke. He twists it. An interesting way gets off the standup in terms of bits. He was doing was also surprisingly strong for a guy. Who's never even been a great stand up. I think he was a good standard. I just think he got out so young he. Yeah. I never I never saw him. Do there wasn't a lot of documentation of it. But if if you can catch the used to have some DVD's that at all Chandler, and you can catch his early. It's only early. Yeah. But before he was on SNL. It's really fucking funny. Yeah. And it's all the shit. He brought us an Al and then brought into Billy Madison..

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"horror host" Discussed on Harmontown

Harmontown

04:43 min | 3 years ago

"horror host" Discussed on Harmontown

"I know I know when I'm watching improv when I'm watching. I don't like serialisation you if you're gonna serialize your show, you got a like. Like. You better make the most of that fucking season. You'd better blow my fucking gen-x mind at the end of that season because millennials coming in pitch me shit at my shitty little studio that should just die anyway. So who cares? But like like, like, you hear, millennial, go pitch, and they'll go like for better and for worse, like the post Netflix, where the millennial raiders will be like. So the show I want to do is groundhog day groundhog day and. But here's the thing. So first season, no groundhog day, nothing. It's just a guy shaving and then he keeps shaving every episode two through fourteen his beard. Keeps like it's like, where's something around with my beard and the end of that season. It's like, oh, shape. Saucer comes down outer space. It's groundhog day planet now seasons two through seven. I'm like, wait, what? In the fucking entitlement. I think what you kids with your serialisation. Unbelievable. I already rejected my pitch. Now, this is just. This is just me. It was bad enough. The first time I wanna say also a convert because I talk shit about mind. Hunter, like every episode kept hate watching mind, hunter, hunter. I got to the end of mind, hunter, like rate like the last couple episodes I started getting sucked in mind, hunter, mind, hunter. He hunts mind don't mind hunter. He's just a little. Lindell abrasive. Don't mind hunter. Going to be. Driven. My point is if you're gonna if you're gonna serialize your television, please like really understand that. The reason you're serializing for reason, it's like Minecraft tiles like like, can you? Can you make this work as a tile pattern, likely because that's a certain amount of bits? Or are you gonna make it react is when you place like a sixteen bit video game, when you're texturing, does your texture when it when it's placed next to another texture. Okay. Does it have to change in order for it to tile properly. Like Rick and Morty is a, I would like to think it's like a like every tile is like you could come in anywhere. I always said that I thought that about community, but people said I was wrong, but like it's like my model is crack rocks. Every rock gets you high. Every rock makes you smoke all the crack. In order. The crack, you go back. Podcasting plays that out. Make you make a podcast, and then people are like, she's now I gotta go by two hundred of the. Oh, speaking of which so David Cummings, the Canadian of horror host of the no sleep podcast, Levy Levy told me he's agent reached out and he wants to come on the show. 'cause I said. If I trick me what I said was because I was like, oh, I wanna talk about this, like my new passion is this guy who sounds like Scott Thompson. He does horror host thing. I believe what I said, if I didn't say it now is if you're if this is going to get back to you because I'm so tired of me talking shit that I love, and then people like causing damage with my Lenny breaking the rabbits neck hugs. Lake. Like I don't wanna have that affect. I don't like that when people are like Ron, Jeremy, you have been in that whole affect. If you're out there and you read it, did Ron Jeremy about the banana thing. It's not your fault either. It's just who we are, where fucking horrible species would do. Doesn't matter. It doesn't matter. David. I think what I said was David Cummings pleased symbolize the fact that I mean, you know, harm in talking about how I love how funny it is is the I'll fly you out for his class and you if you want to be on the show. It's called the no sleep podcast. If you just type in no sleep, you'll get a different podcasts that has to it's about like Chicago comics or something. There's a podcast called the no sleep podcast..

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"horror host" Discussed on The Digital Entrepreneur

The Digital Entrepreneur

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"horror host" Discussed on The Digital Entrepreneur

"Adds that hey we'll be back after this break and then somebody else's voice comes on the air so talked a little bit about the difference between those two especially from amman tuesday shen standpoint and you know where they are valuable where their week talk about it while the two two types of advertisements that are that are currently being done in podcasting to secure say are that the horror host endorser host reads um is usual is usually done by the um the higher in shows out there shows that have large enough audiences if they can get a really direct relationships with advertisers i mean like casper beds will actually send out a bid to a show host um that is doing a host reach for their their product to let them sleep on their beds for for a couple months before they do or a month or two before they do their campaign so they have they can speak from experience in in endorsing that program now that requires of fair early m extensive relationship and dialogue with the advertiser bright so that's one kind of end of the spectrum right and and podcasting like you say is very effective at driving roy to those type of advertisers because of that interpersonal connection and knowledge and testimonial that can happen in those and then you get the other end of the spectrum which is more radio like advertising which tend to be shorter you're talking about usually maybe a fifteen second to 30second commercial add that's that's created and dynamically inserted into your program through platforms like uh vox nest in in in speaker which those pre and post roles um but more and more these advertisers that are doing the pre produced ad spots are keeping the digital audience in mind so they're starting to produce these uh these spots more like host.

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"horror host" Discussed on You Must Remember This

You Must Remember This

02:12 min | 4 years ago

"horror host" Discussed on You Must Remember This

"Bailout was buried in his dracula costume ed wood was the lead pall bearer would would soon take the footage a bela that he had shot in the graveyard and work it into a film that he wanted to call grave robbers from outer space but which he was forced by his investors to title plan nine from outer space bela's role was padded out by footage that would shots of his new wife kathy's chiropractor slash hypnotist holding his cape up to cover most of his face seventy three years is a decent length for a life but there's no question that bela died too soon in 1950 seven universal sold a package of their horror movies to television and this helped turn a whole new generation into monster movie addicts characters i dracula frankenstein and the mummy became part of the youth culture seeping into rock and roll via novelty songs like dinner with chirac composed and performed by philadelphia horror host john saqer lee dinner was served open three rocky liz house by the sea the order were fine but a joke don't buy why and what i learned that the main course was me this created an even larger market for horror movies on tv and add woods movies even the ones that never had a substantive theatrical release became ubiquitous on the small screen by the 1960s bela lugosi was as familiar to tv watchers as lucille ball this resurgence in popularity of his movies may not have led to aged be able to go see getting more acting work but he would have loved to see his work appreciated.

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"horror host" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"horror host" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"Rich was worse there an snl sketch about svengoran leave the didn't make it to air yeah i i was very surprised by this and there does exist one still picture on the weekend update aid said uh two guys who were fans on my show i didn't even know about this it was hurt during election time and they were going to have on the weekend update some addressed exactly like me supposedly it's been guli who is going to be a political commentator talking about the election alaron he's going to keep doing you know really awful puns like i do and they made it all the way to dress rehearsal and and get cut so it never hit the year oh maybe we could get you some information on that in our hands ripped or something for you yeah that's intriguing it was they need on again wow how flattering in an you know like i'm always amazed the people know who i am now no no the character uh yeah employ where you are for a at this actor mansion they know i never was an i never even got got to meet him and national mansions hack the new to him yeah at site us that's the scariest our aim for andrew friedman the ah the cartoonist still a solider oh yeah claims that the that for you ackerman was a nudist that is not it'd be drawing that is the hit i would love to see that here's here's a horror host reference in an episode of the oddcouple you an odd couple fan rich sure yeah a oscars running for city council.

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"horror host" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"horror host" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"He extended himself and that was about a year after the snow six was a great time for movie fans i mean i know cable had been around for a long time and i know the hs had been around for quite a while but it wasn't until a certain point in time and i want to say it's like the early eighties when vhs becomes affordable enough and we start to get enough titles out there that it actually makes economic sense to have a a vcr in your hall and there's a certain point where cable becomes affordable enough when hvo in all of these other packages are out there was just like okay well yeah now you know i'm going to switch from on tv to cable and i'm trying to remember that exact time when we adopted that in my family uh but it's just like there's a point in the early eighties where subtly now too you can see all these things that you couldn't see before and this type of movie this this uh yes i know it was supposed to be theatrical but eventually gets dumped onto vhs cable i mean this movie was deal the it is perfect for that market because then you get the word of mouth and you'll hear you guys talk about it like i saw a cable i saw wchs it's a cat that's the place for a movie like this and it just it works so well this is a a perfect late at night watching this kind of a film nearly it it works well that they have a horror host to send us because i think this is the type of film that she would have played him would have made fun of.

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