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"jack shoulder" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"So your sport more maybe casual fans, and they could get a chance to save whose some of the best up and coming fighters are and I think we have a couple of those guys on the car tonight, which makes a lot of fun. All right, Jake. Here's the big question. McGregor Port e eight. The trilogy ends tonight who has their hand raised I'm going with McGregor. I think we saw a fire and desire so to speak throughout this week. I think he's hungry. I think he has learned to make the adjustments from the second fight. The Big Dipper counter is going to be And he checked those cats pick that Fourier tries to strike on him. How he handles that will be talent could decide the fight. But, you know, I just think there's so much on the line from aggregor. I have all the respect in the world for four e eight. But it's tough for me to pick against counter here. I really think you know he knows what that stake for his legacy. And if you can win this fight, he will find a way. He's Jake Azman. Jake greatly appreciate the time greatly appreciate the insight. Enjoy the event and see if you can go snack. Some leftover Italian food in the media attacker and I appreciate you have me on the show. Thanks so much. That's Jake as been live on location in Las Vegas, just a few hours ahead of UFC 2 64, the host of the Jake Azman Show here on Sports map radio at Jake as been on Twitter. Doing a great job anchoring the coverage there. He mentioned the leg kicks and the late cakes were my biggest takeaway. From the second fight. I re watched the fight. Leading up to today's program just to get an idea of how it all went down because you know it had been a few months. So I'm really watching the flight. And obviously the one take away in the first round is the shoulders from Connor McGregor. He started doing it or really. It was put on the map for me against cowboy Cerrone E, where he essentially won the fight. With those shoulder shots. He was doing that again in round one against Justin 48, but poor Yeah, came out firing with the leg kicks in round two. And once you get him with the leg kicks, and this is not just economy Gregor thing. This is an all fighter thing. If you can just pound your opponent away with the leg kick. Not only does their defense go down because it's more difficult for them to move, But their offense is going to go down as well. Because a lot of people I don't think have a great understanding of how you generate power. In the Octagon. Everybody loves the aesthetic muscles. You know the Jack's shoulders, maybe some nice biceps. Everybody's flexing when they're weighing in, and that's all good and well, but a majority of the power that you generate when you are striking your opponent in mixed martial arts. Is going to come from your legs and you got two legs. If one of the legs you can't utilize well and you can't plant off of that leg. It's going to be very, very difficult to generate power and credit to McGregor in the second fight, he was still getting after Dustin Border. He was still hitting him with some good shots in that second round, but you could tell There was a point where you could actually start to see the bruising on Connor McGregor's leg start to formulate and that's really one Dustin Port he took over. Because McGregor couldn't defend himself as much. He couldn't move the way that he was moving earlier in the fight and poor. Yeah, who's a great fighter? Obviously, if you didn't know that now you do. He just took advantage. So I'm curious to see what adjustments have been made because that was the one place where McGregor went wrong in this fight. It's not the first time he's lost a fight because of the light kick thing. How is he going to adjust? He started trying to catch them in round two in the second fight, and it didn't really end up working because party was still hitting over 50% of them. So what adjustment is Connor McGregor going to make to the leg kicks? Because of port is just going to sit there and kick the nuts out of his leg. He's going to win the fight again. And I think the good money would be on. If you're going for an early knockout. I would say it probably favors Portier a little bit, which is very strange because you would think, O Connor McGregor, We've seen this dude knock dudes out like 14 seconds. Yes, but he's not the same fighter. I think the later the fight goes. McGregor's probably in a bit of a better situation. That's just the way that I'm choosing to look at it. So that's the way I ended up betting get it while the while the value is, is there We'll have more on the fight itself, as the program continues, were hours away from the main event of UFC 2 64 actually taken place, but there was a tweet that was heard round the world in association with the event. At least it was heard around the journalism world. We'll discuss it next as you wrap our number one here, in my opinion with that This is no time to beat the heat because you can play the.
"jack shoulder" Discussed on The Confessionals
"We got calling on the show colin. How are you sir. Good hell you man. I'm doing good so Call him before we get into anything though. I wanna let you kind of talk a little bit here about Year working with hector from episode one hundred nine people members know who hector is because there's a member episode but hector had an amazing story and he has a a ministry and you actually since hearing that episode have joined his ministry right. Yeah yes oh and the episode about twenty minutes. And i'm taking a hug. They give an email address acts. I'm gonna message this guy and then you didn't end dropped in an email Looking for some kind of practices assistance around the time. He's back a few sessions in and went from there yet also joined ministry. Sinus yeah awesome. Yeah so If you remember you want to hear that show it's episode one ninety nine Miracles and exorcisms and I think we started off that interview with telling our own story where before we started recording. Hector prayed for me and my brother jack who is in studio and He's i i forget. How but he's like do either. One of you have shoulder issues. And jackson like i do. And he's praying like jack's face like is melting in front of me because he's feeling like this pain just leave his body and i. It's like when i'm looking at his face is is a real big and i'm just like whoa. Something's happening here and Jack jack shoulder was healed right there and Last time i checked with jags probably about six months ago. And he said his shoulder still feels great and it was bothering him for a while. And so It was it was really interesting experience going into the interview. Then the interview itself was just awesome So you know people are it can go ahead and check that out but knowing that you're joined up with him and stuff Lay the groundwork as to kind of your life in this paranormal stuff. That led you up to even contacting hector yes thirty three now in groppy london fairly fairly kind of normal childhood. Finish school finish college since thousand seven the went triumphant in thailand which the friends three and a half months going around thailand cambodia. Vietnam dot c. End of it. And i thought i'm not quite right as go back to the uk. Now i'm gonna try and stay it came. Uk for month got some money together. Went back ended up teaching over there. Sign over there for about seven or eight years in total and the the we install started properly it around maybe august two tests and seven. I'm staying at friend's house in bangkok in for about five. In the morning thailand the sun rises fairly early. So i could see a little bit in the room. And suddenly i wake up and frozen. I'm completely paralyzed. And there's a black shadow sitting on my chest sitting on me and he's get into the always come companies these kind of sexually this confidence at the surge feeling in my head almost like your brain's being squeezed discounted vibration noise just going through your hake on three raise. A and this isn't good angry. soak myself up. And do i can think of today to find some of his trying bhai to try to buy his face and then bang on back in the bed. I'm nine damn can move so that was the first sleep paralysis. Kind of experience there and i didn't know what to do with it. I i knew something strange had happened. I knew something weird happened. Some had experienced before put. It's one side of a cabinet going to think about that. Let's go on with life. A bit weird so a few months later on the internet mccomb across on school honestly crisis. And kinda will all the people have been experiencing around that and it's worked out seeing the back shadow dog the same of you and i thought yeah. That's exactly what happened to me. In that moment. I kind of realized it wasn't just a dream. It wasn't just some strange hallucination you have sleep. State millions of paper around the world for years going back been having the same experience and seeing the same fake same shadowy figures so yeah sounds quite interested. They're not looking into it but then over the next ten years or so. The experiences revamps up to the to the point. Loss haven't sleep primacy woman night sometimes two three times a night for weeks on end. Sometimes it would stock for months than it will come back and what came to realize. These are kind of tell when it was going to happen. You know if you had a bad day you in a bit low or you just fame you before the something's going to happen. You could saints a presence. You could send something in the room and it always stop with that same kind of Kind of sailed in your head some kind of certain feeling your brain and dwight paralyzed. I also started to to connect drains to these experiences. So it's almost like you would be presented to the dream scenario and trying to get trying to disassociate in response from you so could be fair recently chasing. You could be something else and then alc- realizing that this isn't right. There's something going on here and in new york your instinct crisis. I can see a shadow with died the next two or salem topi and you know that was something. That just happened nighttime. The daytime try. Just forget it you know..
"jack shoulder" Discussed on The Free Agents
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"jack shoulder" Discussed on Z104
"Holloway's medium for Christmas Gonna be different, a little different, but she takes toward bus right now. The 7571 of four will give you locations. The drop all started 29 different places all across Hampton roads. And unfortunately I cannot be out there nor commune broadcast due to the cove ID. Then the best we can the governor's orders of gatherings. But if 2020 had to have a song for the year now, this did not come out 2020. But if you had to kind of just pick yourself up and say, you know what 2021 of the best I have a feeling It's gonna be this JC. Drop your shoulder throw back. Turn the music up in the head falls to me to go brush your shoulders off. Good action. If you're feeling like a picnic, go on your shoulders, ladies Sue going to show this crazy baby. Don't forget that boy. Don't you show us what you look like you're trying to stay with feeling like my hand was forced off the dribble. Said that based on the way I'll be late for class man. You can't get away from your home home. But just give me that look like What Yes. Begin on the screen with change. Slippers is clean. No throwing the wills. I'm a drama for real change like a big dog. Brush your shoulders, ladies, his hips to God. But you show this crazy baby. Don't forget that boy told you can show that you gotta get him. So you got to get going to show that you can show you better show this boy back in the building. Way back on the map. Me and my beautiful beats in the back of the back. Underwear, Mr Brodie. I just happened to breath. Hi. Gotta clap. Adam, Get in that black eye. Drop that black women are back out. It s the best rapper would love ex about me from Brixton. Bill, Boss. Grammys stuff That was safe off. Danny, You've got a rocking chair, not gardening. Take. I'm like a young Marvin in the same mama Hustler, homey. Your customer crony my shoulder. Could you brush it up Funny. Gold rush to show the ladies their pits to go on Bush's shoulder straight, baby. Don't forget that boy told you kids, Jack's shoulder. You gotta get him to show that you've got.
"jack shoulder" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast
"It really It really did a number on him. Jeez. Well I'M GONNA. move onto my next piece here and This just. So happens to be the first movie we ever covered here on piecing it together, and somehow we didn't use the thing as a puzzle piece, but we totally should of. Is Alex Carlin's annihilation a SCI FI film. That's pretty tricky movie about this group of female scientists that go into this this weird phenomenon in the forest where. they call it the Shimmer and weird things are happening and as they start to explore it, they find basically all the creatures and wildlife starting to like mutate and blend together, and it's a lot of great creature horror and and it Kinda has like a big maker Prickett ending Kinda like the thing and yeah, it's just it's very cool movie a very out there movie and it's got some really inventive creature design stuff going on it which I think definitely lends a hand to to the thing. Nice. I got to admit I still haven't seen that one it's on my list, but I haven't gotten to it yet. It's cool. Movie I. It very very out there very E it's. It's ballsy. It tries a lot of interesting things what about you troy seen that one. I have, but it has been some time. So I need to revisit it I. do remember being impressed by though and certainly it's interesting. I hadn't really thought of it before in connection with the thing that I think I can see what you mean and yeah, that's definitely something to revisit that near future I. Think Right on damage shamed I haven't watched it yet considering what a big Alex Garland fan that I am but. He's great. Well, Tony, what he got your next one. I. got to hear but I think I'm going to pick for my next one, the Nineteen eighty-seven, Jack Shoulder film the hidden. It stars, Kyle mclachlan well, at first he introduced he's introduced is an FBI agent chasing a criminal but as as the plot progresses, you learned that. It's not. Your average type of criminal. It is an alien life form that is jumping from body to body and driving it's hosts. To live just extreme adrenaline. So they they steal cars, they listen to loud music, they kill people and they just this life form just rides the host until it's dead and then jumps to another coast. Now, you know this doesn't have like the same type of body horror that say Leviathan and thing have or. Even but there's there's some pretty good gruesome scenes where the mouth stretches open and it crawls into its next host and you later find out actually that the FBI agent played by a cow McLaughlin is himself an alien life form living inside a human body that has come here to stop the stop the monster there they There's even a scene where the alien transfers into a dog. There's prominent use of a flame thrower on the alien toward the end. In order to defeat the alien, they got a basically. Pusher scared out of its host where it's open and vulnerable. So. A Colin McLaughlin can use his special gun on it. So there's a lot of similarities there with regards to an alien life form using humans to hide in because as we all know man as the warmest place to hide. So that was another one that came to my mind like the first thing I thought it was the flame thrower toward the end and then I started thinking, yeah, there's a lot of elements in this that were very similar to the thing and regards to the Elian jumping from host to host it doesn't replicate. Well, I guess it does in a way because for all intents and purposes, it looks just like the host. Yeah. Well, I I haven't seen the hidden. It sounds great though sounds like a fun movie But yeah, I was just going to say the thing as far as flame throwers go I mean I, don't think he gets much better than than the thing. Completely agree. Essentially bring up. A couple years before his previous film was nightmare on ELM street too which. Is kind of divisive among a lot of fans for variety reasons very strange phone, but I'm very fond of it. So last slash reading movie well, until s cream came ex last one where he's actually scary he's not just comedy character in the more but there's this. There's something to to that sort of body are aspect is in that film to makes me wonder which also kind of evokes Kronenbourg and fairness as well. But yeah, definitely that that sense of not being able to trust your body and not not knowing your. Own. Identity. So which plays into the kind of sexual politics that are very very foreground and not subtle very foreground at nightmare ultra to which is a you know one of the reasons that is very divisive. A lot of people can't quite cope with that. But I I kinda love it. Yeah. Me Too. I'm a big big fan of Elm Street to personally. Nice. Nice. Well, what do you got your next one troy? Well. Actually I I will go with the hateful eight and. Talking about it before obviously talked about the music kind of touched on the paranoia aspect, which is definitely part of this film as well. This this reservoir dogs out to Tarantino movies that worked really well as stage blades interestingly enough for a film that was shot seventy millimeter for some reason sean seventy millimeter You know a lot of takes place Netzer claustrophobic cabin, but it's also in terms of thing, the influence on thing we can consider the snowy setting, which is also reminiscent of surgical Gucci's Great Spaghetti Western, a great silence with class kinski which. Inspiration on a film whether another great in or Coney score one of like three thousand scores the tit. Nom. We also have to consider the cast which is headed by Kirk Russell one of his best performances and you know I don't suppose I. You know I'm not complaining that he's not in the entire film but I remember being shocked when I I thought that he exited the film particularly the way that he does. So. In probably films most shocking setpiece really which is. Yeah, we don't expect to see that happen occur lease item, but those elements definitely also help I think to contribute to a very thing in. General, kind of carpenter kind of vibe to them to look sweet. Sweet. Well, I just realized that it was it was supposed to be my turn again. So I'm going to go for my last one. I did too pretty mainstream movies going to mix it up a little bit go with a little India Saifi, from two thousand, thirteen from director James Word Burkett it's called coherence. Somebody just saw earlier this year will stuck in quarantine and seeing all kinds of movies that I never would have seen otherwise but. It's is interesting. Film is very different from the thing really but it's about this these people having a dinner party in a house and it turns out that there's Basically, this explains. Other dimension happening in another house with the same people and they ended up like mixing together at at a certain point in the movie, and then it starts becoming a matter of not knowing who is who? If they're actually from the original dimension or from a different one, and it becomes very, very confusing very weird and it's just a really cool movie with an interesting scifi conceit to it and I think the whole idea of not knowing who is who as well as kind of being stuck because they are in the middle of a major event were kind of stuck in their house and they're not sure if they can. Really. Really just kind of adds to that paranoia a that.
"jack shoulder" Discussed on Reel Chronicles
"Films Legendary And Mark Penn has gone on record saying that the gay subtext was increasingly emphasized through a script just through script rewrites and production s production progress he was quoted as saying it became undeniable undeniable that. The script was being rewritten to add more gay subtext to the film. Yeah it's All I have I, have more. Robert Anglin. In Twenty, ten stated the second nightmare on Elm Street is obviously intended as bisexual theme film. It was early nine hundred eighty pri as paranoia Jesse wrestling weather to come out or not, and his all sexual desires was manifested by Freddie. His friend is the object of his affection. That's all there in the film we did a subtly but there. Yeah, this is. A lot of the reason why? Like the film's grown means because it sucks of the way it happened with them not knowing about Mark Penn but the fact that it's there, it's very it's it changes your mind on the whole movie i. Appreciate it more definitely appreciate it more. And to finish up on that subject, the rest of the cast and crew said that they were unaware of outside of Mark. Pat. Of any such seems at the time that they made the film but the series series of creative decisions on the part of the Director Jack Shoulder unintentionally brought Casson's thieves to the forefront So in night in two, thousand, nine, hundred, pound produced Documentary Scream Queen, my nightmare analysis which focuses on the. Legacy of Freddy's revenge and how it affected him as a person and an actor he does I. He doesn't act that much more after this to be honest. So he pretty much. He was a big name before this and then after this kind of ihnen ruin his career per se but he didn't really do much after this. So yeah. So I. wanted to on that just to give you guys a little bit of a contextual reason as to why this is considered the gay. Nightmare Killer graphics. Effects in the film I really liked The one where he comes of Jesse stomach, that's my favorite effect. I think I saw even like in watching it. Now that actually comes out comes out really really good I liked that a lot any anything that stands out for you guys Rhine. This whole not. I think I shut Ryan put everything I. had said before he's like I don't know what to say. I went from the movie to the now just. A little bit more. I think you should give it another shot and then especially watch the documentary. You've you'll changer Michael Juliani Leo what about you any other effects outside the stomach? You don't want I. Particularly I love the the people boiling alive in the pool of course, a I thought that was cool. I like that actually. I know you guys don't like that it's not completely in the dreams but isn't that seem bad ass? Freddie just goes ape shit and that's Exactly, what I liked about it is because the the fact that I love about the dreamworld is that no rules right ready can get away with whatever he wants to get out and do. So when you bring them out into the real world, sometimes that gets taken away. But like in that whole instance of that party scene like he's still displaying supernatural powers and it's like really awesome. Let me ask you best killing the film. Because of this of Jessica Freddie come on a Jesse. Stomach actually when with grady I don't know if you guys that you to absolutely mind. Yeah. What about you? What would you have here? best kill was a he won't hurt. You Guy he dislikes him and tosses him I just love that idiot though up there watching and I'm like fuck up. I'm like good good for you. Good for you. This we definitely will agree on WHO's the best in show is the MVP is. Mark Patton because I thought he was pretty solid in the movie especially with everything that I mentioned before what about you? Wrong Grady Ron Grady. What about you right Friday. You can't do Freddie every single movie right I can. Now. This one. The little easier I think for me does Freddie survived this on Rye. Leo. This one for me Yes dowse as even easier than the first one. All right. So after that, we move onto nightmare on ELM street part. Three Dream Warriors. Which is released on February twenty, seven, one, thousand, nine, hundred, seven with a cost, four, point, six, million dollars, and now question comes up again to this will you make more or less than nightmare one and two? Unless more. What about you Leo? Yeah is this is the the redemption movie. This is like it's back baby. So. Nightmare on ELM street. Made. Forty four million dollars so yes, it made more than part two. So in terms of. Freddy's friends in this one heather campus back. poor Ma'am Bill. Maher's here. Craig Watson is New Gordon. we have particular cat as Christian Parker Robert England's back my favorite. Of the bunch of the dream warriors. Ken sagoes as Kincaid. Fucking love Kincaid a Rondi Rodney Eastman as Joey Jennifer Rubin as Terron and Lawrence fucking. Fishburne is in this movie. As Larry. Larry, Fishburne, yes, and then Bradley Greg Is Philip. So before we get into the facts over in the movie Ryan. Go ahead Mush Berg to really doug. Leo What about you I think it's back. It's like I I. Know You mentioned that Franchises in horror don't keep continuity of their people very often but seeing everybody back together like this is what I wanted to. Avenge for you right when they get in that circle in the of. Freddie is a very thin Fenosa. I I. Love It. It's we'll get to a spoiler, but it's in my top three of the franchise when we rank them later. Yeah. I- i- luxury warriors I'd just love the fact that I talked about it in my review of new I just liked the fact of like these kids coming together joining forces, becoming the avengers and taking I mean Thanos Freddie. And most of them not living to tell that story but I just love that aspect of it. It's kind of stranger things before stranger things. Stranger things the great call out because it's one of those or you have these. A little older kids because I I would say they're supposed to be teens, but there are cast in their twenties and stranger things actually cast kids but it's kind of like that's kind of high few on serve the themes of now some killer facts about this movie. This is going to change everything in terms of wow were this movie was going to go the original premise of the film have Freddie invading the real world and haunting the actors crew responsible for the nightmare now serie films this idea was rejected by the studio. The West creating later used it for West Cream as you nightmare. this is just more fun fact, Robert Englund Miss that he knew Patricia arquette would go on to be a big star one day. He also explains how all the guys in the set were head over heels in love with her between take some of them would even go to Robert England to get his advice on whether or not they should Push up on her. How? The movie was intended to be the last night we're moving and it was shot that way while the ending of the film suggests that Freddie may not at all be dead a scene in the shooting script makes clear that it was not the case in the scene Dr Gordon Visit Kristen a few days at Freddie's fee Kristen reveals that she is moving to New York The city that Never Sleeps when Dr Gordon asked her she is going to see see her referring to Nancy in her dreams Chris answers she dreams of her every night suggesting the Nancy guards, her dreams, and they kinda hinted that in the last scene of the movie where the House, the light, the house turns on. What I got out of that final scene where the house turns on his and Nancy's watching over Kristen,.
"jack shoulder" Discussed on The Moratorium
"Play more focal boobs alday. Really would, yes another in hot pursuit, there is some weird car stuff in this. It's like a mint colored caddy. Jack Shoulder had to have had a buddy that was like a car dealer or something that's the only way that I can had had been. So but she gets pulled over and gets out of being all sultry touching herself in the cops are like, right? Yeah. Hey I can't wait to fisk you. All cops are all complete. It hits except for if movies teach US anything. This car chase though with Claudia? Christian driving the Cadillac and Kyle mclachlan. This car chases insane because the drivers of the vehicle are she turns around just start shooting. Yeah. Not Paying attention to where she's go with like a futuristic twelve gauge shotgun. So Michael New Leans out the passenger side and he can't hit Shit I guess. As he's firing. So Comic Lachlan says take the wheel and he kinda leaning out the driver's side Kinda gets his body out of the car blows Tyre. He's firing out the driver's side window for quite some time even when they go round, hairpin fucking. That's not. Is Michael Noory just like holding onto his belt or something. There is no way to drive a car through a hairpin turn like that from the passenger seat. There's there's no way. They're in a mannequin warehouse. There aren't mannequin warehouses. There was one in Tulsa. Are you kidding on eleven st? No I'm not kidding 'cause I went to Y. It was A. No reason. Okay. Well, we have to go into that. Did it look like this wasn't like a two story like now this one was pretty small, but it had it had fixtures and stuff but you can see you can rent or buy any kind of mannequin you wanted no questions asked. Ho-. What's Friday? I've gotTA protect my mannequin backers they're going to charge me X.. GotTa get this Mannequin back to the mannequin warehouse. But this is creepy creepy kind of tourist trap A. Building. With all these mannequins his it yeah. Do you think being in a mannequin warehouse would kind of freak you out a little bit would and it would be especially hard if you're trying to aim a gun at a another human when there's like a bunch of. I get it. It's just can't you ever crash into? A regular shot, it always has a candy store a crash into an accountant's.
"jack shoulder" Discussed on The Moratorium
"Yeah. That's not a thing as I know you have to be touching the body not the hand Rosso the alien has special powers to do some. alien is not robotic a you know what I mean. It's not it's a bug. It's a buck on my God I. This really is just it's More, questions. Do you know off the top of your head. was there a hidden sequel guests his it seems like I saw that I think, I didn't look too far into it because it basically none of the same actors, not like the same plot or anything you know. So I just didn't look at it I. don't even think it's written or directed by now I. Don't think it has anything to do with a Jack Shoulder yet jack shoulder as such a weird. Weird. Name go ahead. Let's talk about Jack Shoulder for a minute because here's one got one watch go ahead one of his first writing credits. is for alone in the dark. Yeah right and which has. Our two main characters from? From without warning they were. So people were like we have got to get these guys in as many movies as possible and then they did this next they're like, oh As a bad. They're like Oh. Let's go ahead and throw a Donald pleasance in there that I listen to kind of sweeten the deal like okay I'll give you one. Donald. BLEDEL spicy. Yeah. Yeah like upping the ante look at the pictures on IMDB. For. Alone in the dark number ten. Okay hang on because I think I I. Think I know what you're talking about. This looks like a romantic comedy with Donald Pleasant and. I could not figure out any of. My God. He's whispering savory nothings into his ear but again. Okay, I don't think this would be like a speaking ill of the dead or anything Don Donald pleasants is wrong. When you put that layer on it it's like, oh, Wilshire. Foresees licking fucking. Why I wanNA call him Martin Landau. I. Have to have a conversation with myself in order. Do not say Walter Matthau. It's messes me up every time. Is it like a word jumble or if you put their name if you look at the letters of their names but no, he's he is licking Martin Landau's ear. Yes. That's what it looks like and Martin Landau he looked surprised but curious. Anyway. I've never seen this movie i. think that's crazy. Put this on my list. Yeah. But if you look down on the cast list hey, look, there's Lynch Eggen. Yeah looking like she is like in her twenties or something she looks very young I think she was born in forty three. Wow what no way. Really I think that's what I was reading..
"jack shoulder" Discussed on A VerySpatial Podcast
"I think there was one of those many things that they dropped in that video. I'm talking about. What? We're GONNA slide Jack Shoulder at one point. That's that's. You. Storyteller all okay cool So yeah, there's a lot of things that you know. We've seen or heard that we've not. Gotten deep into and to be fair there are portions of art. J.. S that we never. Dive deep into as a group. Sometimes we do as individuals on projects. But we don't necessarily talk about them because the others aren't using them so. yeah. Yeah you know a big thing that they they had on bullet. Point was administrative updates. Arches align to making it easier to administer that which is you know for those of us who have to do that? That's great and I'm always been very thankful that Israe does keep trying to push the envelope a little, but even though as I i. You know I've complained. A lot of the podcast complained even more outside the podcast about why can't I do this? Why can't you do that stupid? Who thought this was a good idea Baba? But they do to their credit attempt to address these issues. It just takes a little longer like auto save then you would like. and You wonder sometimes if somebody just. Thought of one day of. Wait. Why don't we have auto save? Honestly. I think you know as someone who's been involved in various projects I think sometimes. That's just what it comes down to. Somebody. And it's like Oh yeah. We should probably figure that out and it takes a few months to do that. I genuinely think what happened was that somebody was around the metaphorical lunchroom? Yeah, near like you know like so I had to store this OUGHTA. Save from word. Okay Yeah Hey. What does an ARC autos? Arcade say! Something like you just and you think. I I'll be one hundred percent honest. It is such a basic feature. That I kind of forget, it doesn't do it. came out of somebody lying in the fetal position that next to their desk. Weeping uncontrollably because they're. AMEX mixed crash. Do they lost two weeks worth of work or some such? I think that in to that point. I actually think some of the Ministry of tools..
"jack shoulder" Discussed on Hollywood Unscripted
"Welcome to another edition of Hollywood unscripted. I'm your host Scott. Allow the Malibu Film Society joining us today. An actor winemaker and the pride of Yakima Washington a man who has been in movies that have collectively sold one and a half billion dollars in box office which you feel. I'm sure completely underpaid. I feel completely underpaid and giving key on a run for his money no I had no idea ladies and Gentlemen Con McLaughlin. Thank you for joining us. Agreed to be here. Thanks you did start in Yakima talk to us about why and how you got into acting because I know your mother was integral in that process. She was my mom was involved in a lot of things a lot of community based things but the theater was something that was one of her passions. She believed strongly that our teenage group of people that was running around with should be involved in the theater and so she was instrumental in creating a theater. Company just call the team theater in fact and I was less enthusiastic about it because it seems sort of goofy to me but there was a fantastic social component to it. Which meant you me evenings from. Let's say six to nine six ten. I had to be in a space where there were a lot of young girls around and I was young man at the time and so that seemed like a pretty good idea to me right. Have a reason to be around that pretty girls so that was That was the impetus that start at me in the theater world because she had gotten involved in. I guess classical singing and piano and all study piano when I was a kid and I moved into voice when I was in the choir in high school in jazz choir in fact and then I continue with my choir in college at the University of Washington also studied voice with Gus Paulie alone guy at the University of Washington. I was going to school. Music was always a part of my life. I guess you know it was pretty clear early. On that was adopted teacher. That opera was not going to be a place where I was going to make my mark but I thought it would be helpful for musical theater. Which was kind of my focus in fact when I was in school and then I took a road less traveled. I guess when I was cast in my first film which came out of the blue and the musical theater has been on the back burner but you never know it could come back. But that first film was no small film it was doing and you're cast in the lead is Pala treaties. Was I was? I Wasn't plucked from relative obscurity. I was plucked from complete obscurity in Seattle working in a equity waiver theater doing Performance of Tartuffe. The casting director actually didn't see me in the performance but I was in Seattle. And she was there to meet with unknowns. See if they might fit the bill for this role of Paul in. What was that experience like? Well as you can imagine something completely outside of my comprehension. You read the books. I was a huge fan of books. In fact I read it the first time when I was in fifteen given to me by my very good friend Dr Jim Lumber glad who I mentioned from now and time again and he tossed me the book one day when we were hanging out and said you should read this and the took me about three or four times to get past paid sixty because it's quite complicated and there are a lot of things going on so many characters world two names and ideas and I just I was like I gotta go back to the beginning and start again bid I stuck with it and I was a huge fan I really. I know the books new the books I should say now backwards and forwards and not that necessarily helped me in the audition process but David Lynch and I hit it off when we met. I met him down at Universal Studios in Los Angeles and there you go and after that it was no small jump to Blue Velvet. No it was a little bit of a jump to be honest. David Pass descriptive blue velvet while we were filming Dune to take a look at this. I'd like you to play. Jeffrey and I read the script. It was my second film script that I'd ever read Dune being my I had no idea but it seemed really compelling and and kind of exciting and a little disturbing and a little a little. Yeah okay a lot disturbing but I was really drawn to it and resisted initially because you know some of the subject matter was pretty intense but I trust the David and ultimately said we should do this together and thank God. I did not only to keep the working relationship with David Alive but it also gave me an opportunity to try something completely different than the politicians role but then your next role in hidden. I mean that's kind of set an interesting trajectory characters. Chili's yeah Yeah Jack Shoulder directed that I auditioned for Jack. And he he said to me. You know you weren't really the best audition but we hired you. Jack was kind of guys. I just couldn't help but say exactly what he felt. But that was the kind of out of place sort of slightly unusual guy who doesn't really fit in. I borrowed a lot of Buster Keaton on and that kind of comedy comedy of discovery and I had a really good time with it and felt like I actually really got to know Lloyd. Gallagher was the name of the character. It's one of those movies that not a lot of people have seen. It was a new line release. They didn't really know how to sell it at the time. In fact in conversations with Bob Shaye who ran the company at the time? I've seen him since then and he always says you know we didn't really know what to do with that movie but it's great rental. Michael Nouri myself are kind of COP buddies alien slash. I Dunno action adventure kind of picture but it's a lot of fun. It's really interesting. I guess because in those three roles I remember seeing the the rolling stone article that described you as the boy next door if that boy spent a lot of time in the basement. I don't know if that's accurate or fair It was a bit of a stretch. I mean it was. I grew up pretty straightforward normal household suburban Yakima. Two brothers and myself through boys we ran around had a great time. It wasn't that unusual in my mind. You know what I mean. It was pretty straightforward. I appreciate the writer on that. Trying to find a way into my work with David Lynch primarily. You know I know that originally when you were just starting out in high school. Your parents broke up. Yes so it's actually in seventy. I think it was when I just I was about to move. I was going to college. I was leaving high school. Am I done the plays? They're done musicals. Aero I'd done choir jazz choir and everything and I was on my way to the University of in Seattle. It's nineteen seventy seven doesn't seem that long ago but in fact what is a long time ago and really intention was to go to school and try to find a career job. Whenever it was acting wasn't something that was on the list to be honest and I got their fish out of water. Really unprepared for college. Took an acting class felt very comfortable very at home but realized that that really was not where I should be focusing my attention and dropped out of school after two quarters. I want came back to Yakima. I work in a factory. Cutting lumber for about three months swing shift not a great time but I was making money because I had an idea that I would go to summer. Stock and have this Apprentice experience in North Carolina and flat rock North Carolina and indeed. That's what happened and while I was there I was cast as the lead in their summer. Theatre Extravaganza look homeward angel and every year an apprentice. Such as myself was cast in elite. The young Eugene Cat and And with me and that was my first real quantity professional experience because it was an equity house and a really talented director so I guess it was sort of my first professional experience and I loved it and that's all it took. We'll visit this later but eventually you'd bought into a winery was actually good friends. With and Bill Kurtis knows as well and Coggan as a friend and And Fill Curtis happens to be the owner of Kirk. Oh media and our distributor of this podcast. He's sitting at this table. Putney shall remain quiet ono. He wants to speak he wants. I can see it. I can see it in his face Anyway and is a friend and I was inspired by her story and how she made short canary wine and now she's just created inning amazing powerhouse called sellers husband Joe under and it inspired me to actually consider doing wind up in Washington state. You felt that acting wasn't going to be the thing. Why did it become the thing I it was just the unknown. You know it's like in high school. I recognize that I had an affinity for I was good at. It was good at something and in high school. Of course everyone is looking for something that they can be identified with that they can sort of stand out with. It certainly wasn't my grades or my school work. Certainly wasn't my athletic ability. So you had to have something and that was it for me but I figured it would stay there in highs and I would go to college and I would find something and then I would go on and I would work and P. R. Communications or something like that something kind of undefined. So that's what I intended to do. And along the way you have all these options and I sort of said L. try an acting class and the first boss I tried was actually very strange. It was a strange adding class with a teacher and we were sitting around in a circle listening to each other's breathing and I thought this is a little weird for me. One of my classmates had known you. GotTa go in with Ruben. Sierra Ruben. Sierra's a teacher. You want us to Finland okay. So I signed Ruben Class. And that was. Yeah now I understood kind of what we were doing but they were opening up all sorts of doors. I never took an acting class before. I just did it when I was school. And suddenly it was like Oh this is really interesting to me and I really find this compelling and I feel kinship to it but I still said something that you don't use as a career. I had nothing to base that on. I mean my parents were not actors. It wasn't until I got accepted into a training program that also happen to be at the University of Washington trained professional theater actors for Repertory Theatre. And that's what you intended to do. I said this is what I wanted to. I finally knew my dad was like well. Okay what you should at least take one economics course which I did and I think I passed barely. Somehow just really. Wasn't your dad at the time was stockbroker. Yay and And I just didn't. This is just not meet that. My youngest brother is a stockbroker and money manager. But I said I just doesn't compute now. Of course I wish I'd had a better sense of business as well because it's the wine thing that we were discussing but at the time I said it makes no sense to me but the acting on. That's what started it. You know. I've heard other actors talk about the fact that they got into it because I couldn't live doing anything else. Is that the case for you May Be Yeah. It was something that made sense to me. I guess something about taking a part of character and figuring it out. It's like a puzzle and putting myself in someone else's position and shoes and what that experience is about. That just appeals to me. I'm really don't know why I didn't grow up with that. Wanted to be an actor. I wanted to be on stage at nothing. None of that. It just sorta came to me and it made sense as I was doing it and I was intrigued by it. Wasn't the attention or being in front of people or whatever stardom whatever it was just really the process that I was intrigued about sort of discovering about why. This person does what they do. You know those kinds of things and for some that made sense to me then early on. You're not only cast your cast in the lead of Dune and then you go onto blue velvet. Go onto hidden and Oliver. Stone's calling you and asking you to take roles which was surprising. Actually yeah why did you turn them down on platoon? I was young and I didn't have really great advice at the time. And you know. Oliver Darted anything yet and I thought that the end you know when Charlie Sheen's character which would have been yours mind kills Tom. Berringer's cared I was like. This is a Renault redemption there. It was like sure and in hindsight it wasn't my best moment..
"jack shoulder" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew
"Career in the police didn't eh prepare you for this good. That's the hidden. So that's like one of those movies. Where kind of like the thing? There's an organism that slips between people Suit so yeah but in an urban environment and it came from outer space and I think even same trailer well. This is directed by the Great Jack Shoulder. That's a made up director of fiber automatic. Yeah I don't know who Jack Zolder burden but he was shoulder did wish master to. He directed a lot of sequels to better known movies nightmare on Elm Street to do he also directed Arachne it which I remember being good. I don't know frazier if we're going to watch the hidden. What do you think I mean I would love it? I remember loving now. The trailer doesn't do do it. Justice in the sense that they'll like fun music. I remember being a sort of scarier danger zone danger zone zone ask but it was don union cheap equivalent of danger movies better than that trail. You say that because I think it comes comes down to frazier's credibility as a film suggests door if we do watch this. The fury has a lot going for it as a whacked out diploma movie. But it doesn't have quite as much whacked out depaul minus as we were after right so we had to move in midstream to a film that gave us more. We wanted which was Phantom of the Paradise. However there's more to do with what we wanted as opposed to what was true? You know so if but I'm just saying is free. You're willing to put everything on the line for us to watch the hidden. And if he's offer to there's no there's no coming back from that right. Yeah but if he's one for one it's like okay guys got some taste so I'm willing to watch it and then then we can discuss whether it was worthy of inclusion on a forthcoming upset. That sounds perfect. the only other thing I want to leave you with is we got a nice Review you run a super listener named Jeffrey D Stevens. He was kind enough to leave us a review of the pod and then we replied and then he replied and then we replied and then he replied crazy story story. These guys worked in the movies for twenty nine years and he has one of the more interesting credits that I've seen he is set medic on major motion pictures and TV shows and he has worked on shit ton of cool stuff over the years. And I said you know what you're so kind and such loyal listener. You should tell us a movie that you want us to to do before I get to the movie that he asked us to do. WanNa run through a few his credits. Because where I talk to Jeffrey. D Stevens Geek out over candyman Dan which we did on the pass but he also worked on master and Commander One of my all time favorite movies starring Russell. Crowe I would definitely love to hear about being on onset medic on any Russell Crowe movie he worked on to law judd which had a John Heard in it. Yes Patriot Games. Last action hero Dante's taste peak last man standing Cindy Crawford next challenge workout. I'm sure there was a lot of onset. Medic inquired for that one so he suggested seven. We've talked about doing a fisher. Sure and this may be the opportunity to do on because I think seven is a movie we all remember. It was so different and strange. Nineteen ninety-five which is insane. Do you like do these things you see. You have to wear flying. Sometimes.
"jack shoulder" Discussed on Homophilia
"The subtext of too young yeah we'll because because the film was being shot so quickly you know like we didn't really have a full script when we started and and Robert Englund was not involved you know he they were going to cast a stumped up lady thing yeah and I say and I always say I wanNA remind like Robert and humble <hes> that if that dumb guy 'cause they got like a guy that was dumb as a boxer off so if he would have been just a little smarter and could have just walked talked with a little something there might not I mean like Freddie might be like Jason Right. There might be six different Freddie's but they didn't WanNa pay Robert Robert a little bit more money to come back for the second one <hes> being cheap as they were so then Jack Shoulder said you can't do this movie without him so then they had to go back and get him and that really costs them and so and then he if you notice in the streets the first one <hes> stars Heather the second one starts me and the third one starts Robert because he moved from with two but this grip wasn't written and then David Taskin who was the writer he started writing his sub textual homosexual opus and nobody noticed because it was being shot out of context like say Jack Shoulder was shooting first and then Joel soissons was shooting the second real and like he shot all of the Joel shot out of the shower stuff with Marshall and I think when it came off of Jack's shoot list he just didn't pay any attention because is he was so overwhelmed yeah so I don't even think he knew what that scene looked like until they started at it and nobody dead end so the the more that David got away with the more he wrote and and you know our documentaries about this but he's you know not the you know the smartest guy on the block probably and what he thinks was very subtle is to our I is like that's you being settled. Do that's not that's not a in fact joke in the middle of the movie is not a subtle thing yeah so <hes> so anyway but we didn't know and then when I did realize I realized in the bar and we were shooting at the detour I think is maybe in Silverlake and <hes> I had done that scene in the rain where I run through <hes> through the the street which I wish they would have me naked I just I go look back and I'm like why didn't they just have me take my clothes off because we had all of the the street was shut down was shooting night for day and it was closed off and the police Sam naked..
"jack shoulder" Discussed on In The Limelight
"Spirits from the wedding coming in to say, Hello to me just to make it about me. Can we take a magic to discuss how many weddings George Charlotte had to be a part of, isn't that crazy? Oh, yeah. We didn't really haven't really gone into them. So yeah, I guess George, I think you can sense I, the comment that Charlotte seems enjoy these things more than George as you mentioned with the waving. But I kind of feel like at this point, even if you're not tight with them that you just want George and Charlotte to be your in your parties that you kind of get that attention. 'cause like this kind of crazy, they have to even more weddings than I have and they're like four years old. Kinda crazy now a little are, but I didn't see much. Did you see much else about Georgia's Charlotte? I saw that savannah Phil, who we know has caused trouble or what was she doing? She was making George laughed. She was cracking him up pretending to play the trombone lake. Band members. For those who don't remember. She's the one who famously pushed Georgia, Donna hill ones, right? Or something like. Right? And it's just kind of funny because she and George are cracking up, but Charlotte is a true pro. She does not break face at all. She's just smiling waving. She kind of knows her role. They're amazing. So what other celebs are like I figure a lot of unusual celebrities. I mean, who who was your favorite? Ricky Martin, I was very curious about that. We know any like, do we have any understanding of how they know each other? I'm glad you asked the Daily Mail just because so many people were like wise rookie Martin at this wedding published an entire article based on this alone. Someone told them Ricky was thought to have met the queen's granddaughter in December last year when both attending the party for art basil in Miami. So can you imagine like phillix zippier to me that they met on like for one fun night, and then she was like, come to my wedding. I mean, that's the equivalent of you inviting like riana to your wedding. Exactly. Here's my number one night. One of the other differences that they were talking about at the beginning of the telecast is that so I guess Harry Meghan hundred six hundred people. Is that right? And using using the Jack or having eight hundred and fifty, which is so many people like magic, knowing them any people, but the Prince, Andrew, I guess, gave some interview earlier in the day or yesterday about highlight the reason they're going to have more than Harry and Maginnis because they have more friends than Harry and Meghan, which I thought was very interesting comment because like who has more friends than Harry and Meghan and is also seemed like weirdly competitive, but and then they were talking on the telecast. But how I guess in her job in the art world, she's like an international traveler. She's like always meeting people in different countries. They're trying to explain why they would need to have so many people there, but like that's a lot of people eat hundred and fifty. I know to me more seems a little bit like they were just trying to flesh out that celebrity time. Hate Moscow, Naomi Campbell's. There was a heavy supermodel presence. I can't believe Naomi Campbell showed up on time for anything to me is the real takeaway. I loved the came off essentially visible the entire telecasts of actual ceremony because you could see her of Jack's shoulder. I don't know why she had such a good seat, but she did. So it was just like a funny thing to always be seeing. Kate moss not knocking to complain them, oh, car, Delvina loved her kind of tuxedo with the toothpick look. That was wild..
"jack shoulder" Discussed on Lexicon Valley
"So once again why be yourself in no there was no song like a dylan what comes naturally or something like well when you're drinking the moonshine at brings you out of yourself none of the songs were about that and you know that i've checked and so once again be yourself what what's going on i started to suspect that be yourself meant something different to people back in the twenties than it does for us and finally i found out that it did there was a silent film comedian named colleen moore she was to the twenties what sandra bullock and anna farris child would be today she was utterly charming she holds up one of her late silence that's kind of trying to be a talk there's a soundtrack was restored a few years ago it's called y be good and one of the inter titles actually has somebody saying oh be yourself blah blah blah blah blah and what the be yourself means is come off it it doesn't mean find what you actually are inside freud etcetera and i thought there it goes that's what they mean by be yourself be yourself basically just men go on i'll come off it it was just one of those colloquialisms the reason that you put yourself through all of the ancient ship like needs musicals and things because you never know what might pop up anybody close to me as heard me say that and you know why be good i recommend it it's one of those silent films at holds up you know frankly most of them the problem is nobody talks but with this one it actually holds up kind of post victorian plot where colleen moore's not supposed to dance or pet but you know what's the bad fitzgerald that i one this paradise is basically concerned with that same idea same era and everybody thinks that so good this film actually doesn't better wall we're on fitz gerald more about be yourself hemingway hemingway short story fifty grand it's got fighters and you find him using the express in this way here we go jack climbed up and bent down to go through the ropes and walk at came over from his corner and pushed the rope down for jacko through the crowd thought that was wonderful this is my hemingway voice walk at put his hand on jack's shoulder and they stood there just for a second so you're going to be one of these popular champions texas doing take your goddamn hand off my shoulder be yourself walk it says this is all crate for the crowd so there's one of those usages of be yourself he doesn't mean find your inner self or be natural he's saying come off it in that way i'll go on very interesting anyway you do want to hear fanny brice singing a song in be yourself and so you're going to this one is a joy she's actually making breakfast while she thinks this.
"jack shoulder" Discussed on See You Next Wednesday
"Yeah and the thing and i don't know buddy cop movies you should watch the hidden because it's a good all of that yeah conor mclaughlin so great and michael nouri is fucking fantastic in it i can't say enough good things about if you don't know what it is nineteen eightyseven horror sci fi thriller but a movie that does not overdo the horror saifi through no and it's got like some nice dark comic moments and stuff and it's about this like homicide parasitic alien that can jump from body to buy and there's the local cop who doesn't know what's going on the fbi agent to his enlisted him who does know what's going on and there you go yeah this figure out who's raises alien hey who's alien who's this guy yeah his whole deal it's so good yeah the third time i've seen it or something fourth book me and i like it more and more every single time yeah it's great oh please watch the great wash lease ninety seven yeah dirk tobias jack shoulder yeah what else what what other movies well i haven't really been getting a chance to watch a lot of things sort of big ticket things one which i definitely want to bring up but before i do i watched the first episode of ah limited ryan net flicks series called the toys that made us watch those keeps telling me to watch the well the first one is about star wars.
"jack shoulder" Discussed on We Hate Movies
"I've heard of this oswald kabul on an running through other things and we like here about them on the fucking newspaper ever the fuck and i know they just made the fucking sequel now i have to list the half your movie is setting up the next fucking moved i honestly wanna tshirt of you that is just make the fuck is equal again i think make it not damning and yeah i think it's great and it's not like work work you know it could have worked on its own i even think at that with that ending it's like goofy enough almost just arakaki you like this is just going to be there still asleep it didn't work out and buy it could have still just been why you know i don't need through which two black billy's back like like philip my friend lack philip sorry well like as it turns out the sequel has nothing to do with any of the characters from the first movie anyway so yes pointless it's just it's it's just stupid easily now i want to black philip movie i know i like i thought of that before a panel of origin store or like just keep going and the other countries being founded or he's in the civil war who else would like to leave deliciously kind of like a dog's purpose 25 goats were killed i get that got the pooled in the polls goat turns out they can't eat care and my god what a terrible end for a goat we gotta horns left all ma'am as as speaking to seek walls that's number one for everybody yeah that's number one forever so next up we got a a night random street part two freddie's revenge from 1985 directed by fellow named jack shoulder where does this sit with people that's my number two it it it's it's a clear number two it's too it's an actual movies still.
"jack shoulder" Discussed on LGBTQ&A
"I think that there were people involved in the movie who were very much aware of what was going on it's just really interesting to me that the studio and the director as kind of like a street skewing administration if you will just didn't see it now jack shoulder the man who directed that movie has recently been like agatha kind of its and he's like all about it now but like he it for years did not once you acknowledge it and not not for resistant reasons he just didn't think that was the movie he made mile yeah so it's interesting so it did that and giral you to horror the fact that there was a semblance of like lgbtq representation in the movies well i don't know if it did initially but i think it goes back to what i said earlier i think i recognised that there was something more there yet language for dea before i have the language for it because you watch on any of those movies from that time there is kind of this spirit of the underdog in the outsider being the one who has to kind of perseverer through this adversity if you look at something like the friday the 13th franchise it almost directly speaks to that queer experience if you were like in high school in the 80s because the bad kids the kids who eventually kind of falter and succumb to jason were the cheerleaders and the popular kids in the jocson meanwhile the person who survives as like the tomboy or you know the person who was maybe being made fun of buy them so it was kind of great on both for two reasons one you got to see the outsider win and two four more cathartic reasons you've got to see the people who may be were making your life miserable in the world get their come up in sunscreen that's that is.