17 Burst results for "Jeffrey combs"
"jeffrey combs" Discussed on Trek Capsule
"A a little thin plastic helmet that had to be attached to my head before makeup was put on. That thing didn't quite fit very well. And the first few times I was relying quite a bit on aspirin or Tylenol or anything they could give me because it was a bit like a vice on my head but they went back and kind of conformed it to you know like my actual size of my head and you know. I had some relief. I'll a little bit distracting. Because they're in the right up the top part of my neck on the back of my skulls little gearbox With a radio control on my bill wire down my neck to a radio box control the antenna and the little gearbox had a little worrying gears in there. I was very afraid that that would be you know. In the middle of a dialogue I would here and get distracted by but honestly once the cameras were rolling. I don't ever ever recall hearing the gearbox so I'm just have been in I must have just zero down into a place where I wasn't hearing. And fortunately you know the other concern was that it would that the microphone. The boom up ahead up above my head with pick it up too but They managed to get around that to the forty. Four hundred unfortunately was just canceled. But I'd love your character and his relationship with summer summer and the show. It was very much like David and Lisa kind of relationship and I really liked that. That's a that's A. That's a good analogy for us. As sort of Amaze September sort of romance I like the victory of it. I liked it. They were sort of spiritually deeply. Committed to each other. But we didn't have to get into the specifics of are they. Is it a platonic? Relationship is the physical. It didn't matter it's not important. What's important is that they were there for each other time. Space Continuum had absolutely nothing. Nothing to do with how they related or felt about each other but they knew you knew that they were deeply devoted to each other. Having said that you know I talked with the IRA. And he said if he could've because of her availability summer was sort of obligated to the Sarah Connor chronicles. He would have got married in the last episode. But we weren't able to do that so that was sort of an interesting fact that I didn't know he was thinking about house. A reanimated is supposed to be coming out this year. Is it no? It's not it's not. Is it being made? That's not up so much of that question and speak speaking of question though I do have one about your is league question. I thought that was great. One of your best performances. Even though it was just your voice obvious thank you I I love that. I love that Being part of that I don't really pursue voice over work They they kind of came to me and asked me if I I would do that so I was thrilled to do it. It was always nice to go into those recording sessions. Because you really never knew who was going to be in there. You know. Virginia Madsen or Robert Forster or was just always an really nice surprise. That guy so cool you know. That's a whole other technique Voice over stuff but the challenging one enjoy it. They drew your well to not my world have no control over that it was cool with Fedora. And everything that's an addition to voice over work. You have done at least one audiobook. I have a recording of reading the complete reanimator series by. Hp lovecraft did you. Was that your project yourself. Yeah that was just mine. That was a long time ago. I kinda forgotten about that. Yeah just kind of a long time ago. I thought that someone ought to maybe just do a book on tape of the original lovecraft tale. I had to add it some of it because it was a serial who is in a pulp magazine and recaps. You can't really read. All of them gets rather Repetitive so I did some judicious editing as I went along. But hopefully it's It's of a piece as laissez. Les Question Is there anything that you're working on that we can afford a senior. I leaving next week to go Louisiana. Shoot a movie called the darkest evil I actually find sort of a funny title as opposed to what he the lighter evil. The it's selley title but Darker Stephen and I just got through doing a voiceover actually for a a a comic book that they're going to you not really make live action but sort of the panels and with voiceover kind of a cool Comic Book called the night driver just a very dark sort of New Orleans kind of night. Gallery sort of thing look up on the Internet. It's kind of cool definitely catch all of Jeffrey Combs Work Best Place. I think is probably accent has all the Star Trek series available and actually a few years ago. He was doing a one man. Show is Edgar Allan Poe. I hope some of you had the privilege to catch that. Hi I'm George. Decay and I listened to sci-fi Talk..
"jeffrey combs" Discussed on Trek Capsule
"I'm James Doing Hi. I'm George Decay and I listened to Sifi Talk. What is most important? Is that forgives herself? Because as Burnham I carry a tremendous amount of bilton shame in part because of the hopeful nature of genes vision but also because of its message of diversity and inclusion prosper. I WELCOME TO TRACK. Capsule and here is a vintage conversation with actor. Jeffrey koons one of the many actors who played his sheriff characters on various star. Trek's I was joined at the time by Dr Howard Margolin destinies the Voice of Science. Which you're known for playing two roles on the same series which is a very unusual situation especially in a recurring character both way Union Brunswick on Deep Space Nine I. That's the first time that anybody's ever done that in a recurring capacity isn't me? Yes kind of an embarrassment of riches a actually during the when when it was in its heyday and my agent would call and say you know they want to book you. I got to actually say which role in my agents would go all. That's right let me call you back. I don't know they were actually a few days where I would be in one makeup and then go back to the makeup trailer completely out of that and get into the other one to finish off episode or there was one episode where I was in both both characters in the episode so a rare occurrence indeed. And don't think that at the time I didn't know you know it's not one of those situations where I took it for granted at all. I was then and always have been very grateful for that. You know having come from the theater and and believed in versatility of the actor was a nice dream come true actually see it personify itself like that because it's very rare indeed. Would you have wanted to meet front? Yeah I actually had an idea where they would never say a word to each other. They would walk down the hall coming from opposite directions. Pass each other. Gnawed take a few steps and then stop and then turn around and look at each other and then continue on nothing you know. Nothing said nothing. Not a word of dialogue however that would have taken really literally days because with doubles the time it takes to get into the makeup out of the makeup it paying twice it would have a sort of a logistical expensive gag so we did the next best thing actually in that episode. They actually caught from one character to a scene where the other one was in it so next best thing I suppose I though was funny was how many times way you would die. So one actor gets like one good death scene and you've got so many and that sort of came out of necessity. Because the first time I played way in the script the character died and he was killed. I might add by Clarence Williams. The third which I always thought was really cool. So link from MoD squad killed me totally stoked about that. But I'm showing my geeked dumb here about once. They saw the dailies and they realized that they liked this character. They probably a homer. Simpson told you know what do we do? And they quickly sort of came up with the sci-fi solution of just cloning him and then it became sort of a running joke. Where're you know? I get killed and then in the next scene walked in a lot of the actors were worried that their character would get killed off. I didn't have that word. Go ahead doesn't mad. I think what was cool to is also defined the N. Dorian in enterprise and we're actually in the last episode and all kind of a noble thing. His character evolved during the course of this series to. Yes he did I mean and once again that was a when they asked me to. Do you know to come onto enterprise. They graciously asked me if I would do it without really specifying. What the role was I was a little reticent because I done so much so many deep space nine's and I kind of felt you know sort of done the star trek thing. I'm not sure about that. And then they pointed out that it was an indoor and being a original series fan. I realized that that was a cool opportunity and having and then got getting the script. I really sort of realized that I could maybe bring something to and and a whole different way of looking at the end. Orients is a species to the to the project. My real main question when they agreed to do it before I read. The script was really honestly was. Does he die because if I was going to do this? I wanted to have the door open that I could come back and portray the character so I'm buying all that worked out. What were the challenges involved in having Mechanical Antenna on your head? Well it was kind of a work in progress and they were really quite well done but you know like most things kind of designed on the fly a little bit. So that the apparatus which was actually kind of.
"jeffrey combs" Discussed on Altered Geek
"You know mentioned that she's had mental health issues. There's been other issues So it's been renewed for a second season. So they're gonNA recast though recasts. But I'm wondering if they'll recast the character or if they'll create a whole new character replacing like bringing another woman or girl to replace the Batman Character. I think they will use. I mean that's possible but I think that they will Okay so this is Kate Kane. The only other CASSANDRA. Cain was back girl so that can happen I don't know I don't know what they're GONNA do. All is I know is the Internet is going crazy over. This might take away so. It's funny that this happened now because this was announced. What today right when well this this article? There's another guy. Yeah okay. So right around. Wednesday may twentieth twenty twenty. This is when this news happened One year ago I had taken a screen shot and posted it on facebook of when the bat woman I look trailer from the CW. Youtube channel is posted and it. The reason why shared the screen shot of it. Is I have it at the end of the video. It has the woman title. But I'm showing the youtube part of it where it's like. Oh this is from the CW network. You're subscribed it shows the likes and dislikes. That video has sixty keilor. I don't know what it has now but at the time of the picture a year ago sixty thousand likes two hundred twenty. Six thousand dislikes my comment last year. Come on people the CW bat woman series is going to be cool. Two hundred twenty six thousand and dislikes really so. This came up in my memories on facebook so reacting to the news. Here's my reaction to this news. People have been hating on. Cw about women series since day one. My only gripe with the first season was that the alice storyline should not have been the whole season. Have it be five or six episodes? Give it a break. Come back at the end of the season or something and I know. The season was kind of hindered by the COVID. Nineteen thing but we're not going to go into that And my other rest of my thoughts is I think Ruby. Rose was a nice unknown entity that could have grown into the role justice. Christopher Reeve did with superman in all caps are right and before we all get your ans- twisted in your panties. I'm not comparing rose to the greatness of Reeve. I'm saying that they were both unknown actors. When they got chosen for the roles that they played as actors they had to not only embodied the character but they had to fill that character shoes and be comfortable doing it. You're telling me that part of her reason of leaving is that the hours are too long. She's fresh she's like the only thing I've ever seen her in is she. Was the deaf assassinated John Wick to so a multimillion dollar movie was kind of her big. Make me famous thing which she had a role where she said. Nothing in. Well shouldn't series regular on orange. Is the new black? Yeah that's a Netflix show. That's not a multi-million dollar movie franchise over a lot of people watched it. I know I'm just saying my point though is that she's even more of a fresh face unknown actor than was at least came from. Gee I don't know where her background is. Whatever where she went to school but Reeve came from juilliard. Reeve came from you know plays and all of that and everything else so in this day and age young actors. It's all about that instant gratification. And not wanting to put some of the work in and it. Kinda sucks. 'cause like I said they're either GONNA recast or they're gonNA do something else. Who knows I know they are gonNA recast but who knows how we're GONNA do it I basically introduced what Bruce Wayne looks like in this universe to now. Yeah I because they have Tommy Alley harsh looking like him. But but no I mean like I mean it kind of sucks when you have like a main show like that and she does play it pretty strongly but at the same time. I don't think that the show could have been better. I actually feel that about all of the. Cw shows this year. I feel like there's a lot of letdowns with a lot of the programming this year as especially surrounding crisis like before and after like. I haven't really cared for the flashes storyline all season. I kinda got into it but I don't know I gotTa Watch again Bet Women in supergirl actually quit watching. I'm like I had no interest after crisis because it just Kinda was going all over the place and yeah I watched it for the first couple episodes after I don't care anymore and so I just stopped watching and still with legends. Because it's just all over the place anyway although I finding that that's a little lacking to this season but I'll probably complete the flash and legends even though legends was when I was going to drop a lot earlier and it's somehow still made it to the second level. Legends IS STILL GOING THERE. Still airing episodes. They have a couple more left. I think flash just ended and it was. It wasn't bad but I'm not really caring for the whole buried. Has To be on a timer for his powers. They have to create this new artificial speed forests. And I don't know but I did find it interesting. Where they're using the mirrors thing and it's not actually mirror master I thought that was Kinda cool but I don't know I don't want to. You know say too much in spoil it for you. You haven't seen it even the most of the time. I know. You don't care about spoilers but I do want you to release go into it cold and you know whatever Yeah I don't know man. I'm just like after crisis. I'm like okay. Well that's the Arrow verse. What's next I know done with it? Like I know that they're going to air a Superman show they're going to air. Forget what the they were GONNA do. Aero- in the Green Arrow and the canaries. But I don't feel like that's going to take off just based on the fact that we haven't heard anything I don't know I just probably done as far as like the. Cw shows concerned unless they bring in Batman show like. That's the only way I'm going to stay tuned in to anything new in like I've mentioned the last couple of weeks I'm not a person that can just constantly be a on point and keep up with this all this TV stuff a week to week. So I would much rather wait until it hits Netflix. Or whatever and just at some point that way I'm already paying for the service I get no commercials. I don't have to worry about anymore and I can watch it on my time versus somebody else's time so so yeah that that's kind of the interesting thing as far as like the CW stuff anyway Now there is one instance where nostalgia can be done right. And that is the Star Trek Captain Pike series granted. We haven't seen anything of IT concrete for the new series however we've gotten taste of it already through discovery season two through the short tracks. They've CBS Alexis. Ordered Star Trek strange new worlds with Captain Pike Number One and Spock and it's still I WANNA say seven years before kirk takes command of the enterprise meaning either on the or another ship more than likely on the Farragut. As a lieutenant at this point the same spock and So the the interesting thing is they're saying that we could possibly see more downgraded enterprise than what we saw discovery because of the fact that it had a number of refits before kirk got it A lot of the stuff. Still looks like hyper futuristic. Compared to the original series in what they're saying is during the IT's another one of those cannon kind type things They're saying that Like in the even in the series they had holographic projectors which was never seen in any other star Trek. Besides they installed it on the defiant in deep space nine and it was on the enterprise e in Nemesis. But that's like one hundred years in the future. Compared to hear explain with that is they had this. Artificial intelligence called control which section thirty one ran in it became a alive essentially and Pike didn't trustor didn't like the the holographic projectors he laid the brief screen aspect in so he ordered it out of the enterprise and taken in at some point he becomes fleet captain inside assuming that when that happens he will order. The entire fleet does away with a lot of these extra adams and the enterprise also had some boosts in discovery because of The war that was going on at the time. And so I. I think that they'll downsides anyways. The nice part about this series is Anson Mount who plays Captain Pike brings a nice kind of mix between Kirk and Picard which is refreshing in honestly. He's the only reason I stuck with discovery season to And Rebecca Romaine who plays number one does a really good job at filling the role that major bear it had although granted they can kind of create them from scratch in a sense sense because they only had one episode the Pike and Number. One were even featured in right. Somebody mentioned that What's his name? That plays ratchet in transformers prime. Jeffrey Combs Jeffrey combs. He played he played. Indoor name. Schramm enterprise played and Farang Game Space Nine. But somebody suggested he should play the doctor around this new show because he looks almost like the actor that played the original doctor. And he's like well I would. He says I feel like it's past my prime to do this. You know and Meaning that nobis approached him but there was like a fan that posted saw when he was fresh before it went viral Right and so he's gotten picked up all over the place. So what would you do about the other? Two cast members that that were shown because they have a a navigator and then they have like a Yeoman were in cages while they had names. And he's like I don't know but I was just poking the bear to see if I could stir more stuff up but so yeah. It was pretty cool to see that. Come across the news feed last week with the strange new worlds in the Nice thing about it is. They're planning on it's going to be again a US. Senator Price Centered series. Which this'll be the first time since enterprise. Tng honestly that have covered the enterprise. So it'll be nice to see this kind of come back up the other nice part again that they're going.
"jeffrey combs" Discussed on GSMC Television Podcast
"SEASON. One of creepshow. And it's being aired on their. The good news is that compared to the disappointing premier which I reviewed last episode. There's been an improvement to the show. There has the bad news. Is that while we finally lift off by no means are we at cruising altitude. We're not episode two kicks off with a segment written and directed by the writer of Monster. House a very creative gentleman name rob crab as C. H. R. A. B. and it set in World War Two and the title of the episode and the story is bad wolf down now the title away so I will preface this whole thing by saying I should have said it earlier. There will be spoilers in this segment. So if you WANNA go see episode two of creep shows these in one fresh put this on pause go check it out but if you care or if you've seen the episode sick around I'm GonNa tell you about it if you haven't seen it. Maybe I'll say time. The title somehow has a double meaning bad wolf down. If you know what I mean and follows a rag tag group of generic American soldiers and these guys are like right off the central casting they're about as generic as you can get who are forced to take shelter in a worn down police station after running afoul of a menacing. Nazi officer played by Jeffrey Combs. Now let me say this and I only I'm sensitive about these things and those who listen. I like accuracy especially like accuracy. An acid do with the way things already United State. Because I think we tried to clean history a lot. My father served a role too. I am a person my father served in the segregated troops of the Ninety Second Infantry Division in World War Two the troops were segregated. Then and then and this particular outfit these four soldiers that run away from the Nazi soldiers. One of them is black. He would not have been serving under those situations. The only time you'll see integration as when in prison situated penal situations Hogan's heroes and in the dirty dozen. That's it so if you watch a World War Two movie and there's indicate greater troops. Here's the problem from the jump so this that always diverts attention this case. It doesn't matter. These guys could have all been played by the British spice girls. Okay and it wouldn't have helped out any well. It probably would have helped it out but anyway soon enough. Gi's discover if there's a we're wolf in their midst. Oh now I'm not going to. It is because it's easy enough to figure out it's just easy. There's a longstanding standing tradition of bringing the Third Reich and where wolves into the same place? I don't know who started it. I don't know why. But maybe there's more historical basis there than I know. I just had a roundabout history. You know people who know better might say. How can you have the Third Reich? How can you have Nazis? We're wolves you know what I mean. I don't know but naturally with this being creepshow and all and the fact that bad wolf down the title and has its own spin on world war. Two Lichen throats. It's just the way it is for anyone watching this show after all tell you just watch it and just say that's just the way it is because this is not so far really great whore. This would have been a far more effective rehashing of this whole bill. You OF A PLOT. If artists the where had coincided with the characters discovery the Werewolf. But if you've watched any horror at all you know what happens like five minutes before it happens all through this episode. All I'm going to say about bad wolf down. Is that the actress. Do the best they can but the special effects are about as comical as I've ever seen a movie there was better. We're wolf makeup on dark shadows and if you're younger than probably forty or forty five go to Youtube and search Dr. Chattels you see what I'm talking about. The finger was the second episode written by horror novelist. David J Xiao and directed by creepshow. Show runner Greg. Nick Otero the finger is about as you might guess a finger more specifically but a finger that finds its way into the possession of Clark Wilson. Clark Wilson is plagued by supernatural. Dj Qualls Clark. Wilson is a deadbeat. Divorced say who for some reason collects all manner of trash forgotton objects and discarded curiosities. Clark happens upon the GNARLED PALLID finger and happily takes it home and places it in his refrigerator like anyone would do but then of course it starts to grow because it's on creepshow and actually this is the best plot so far. That's in this show. And I it grows into a partial fist and then it grows into an arm and you can see how this is going and finally what was once just a finger emerges as a full on chirping little health spahn of an alien Lizard type looking thing and Clark was very lonely. Joyously names this thing. Bob Clark is thrilled at the prospect of having a new friend but then the murder start and our friend. The police start asking questions. Yeah I hate when that happens. The premise of the finger feels familiar territory. Like much in this series so far qualls sells the lovable scumbag well. Enough and Clark's endearing are as Harry is clearly laid out from the get-go and even as things spiral progressively out of control. We can't help but like the guy and you see where he's coming from it's a necessity condition for a bucket of blood styles. Spooky Story About Schmucks. Who Wind up in way over their heads by virtue of just being stupid for their own good by the way again. I referenced a bucket of Blood. One of my favorite black and white sixties horror flicks. You should check that one out to and really at the level of character investment that we haven't seen up to this point this season. This guy sells the character. And that's what kept me watching it and I appreciate that DJ qualls. It's the best thing about this particular part of the episode. The segments of episode two are certainly a step up with the finger probably emerging as the series best so far but admittedly the bar so low. That it's almost a speed bump. I won't spoil anything else but suffice to say that we're miles away from anything in the realm of endgame rug polls that made the original creepshow movie such a blast. The final punches here feel more like a light breeze. And on the whole even when the episodes inciting gambit is find good. We're always in on the joke and you can often see the punchline coming. I'm still waiting for this interruption of creepshow to capture that cackling easy dark comic humor. You know what I mean. Much like the reimagined creep puppet itself that I talked about last episode that I hated it all still feels way too. Stiff little fake somebody keep hanging with. I am but for now. 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"jeffrey combs" Discussed on The Cave - A DC Universe Podcast
"Now? This movie is going to be a flattering to. They wouldn't have happened if it weren't for the because they actually looked at the end of our movie to sell the SH series. They actually took that the final scene in flashpoint where he's running through the city and they actually took it to the head of the. Cw what we heard. And so you know I mean. There's nothing new. The comics get the ball first and animation kind of follows the comics and tweaks it and then live follows the cartoons tweaks it. We're just part of this whole thing. So hear. His thoughts on the live action series and movies wonder woman wonder woman is Great of the TV shows. I really dig flash Looking forward to black lightning What else looking forward to titans and I you know I can vibe on Gotham a little bit. It's not quite what I you know used to. But it's like they just threw Batman into a cuisinart instead Gumbo but it's cool it's cool. I mean all I can say is. We're in an era where there's multiple. Tv series live action. Multiple animated series multiple animated movies multiple. Live action. Movies. I mean what's not to love you if you don't like one thing there's always something else so I think it's a great time to be a DC van. There is more on the DC Animated Movie Universe celebrating ten years. Stay tuned as Batman. And you'RE LISTENING TO SCI-FI TALK. He talks about the characters that had been introduced in the films. But you know again with the continuity titles it's easier to introduce characters who wooden like we got bats woman in a movie you know. She's pretty off. The grid is scars general. Pub- public so I'd love to do more with that. Women's Vanessa's here. She's here but anyway. What about the new gods like dark side? He's in the horizon. I mean I. I don't know if he's GonNa be any of the live action stuff that we're definitely interested in and bring him back into our we start. A war with himself sees out their finger. Mantra also include other euros. Diversify the DC. When you Kinda came into what kind of lead you to toot. Well I mean you know. Everyone's was before is like you can't you can't you can. And when they said use of continuity. I'm like well that means we can do some world building that means we will have multiple movies to introduce characters and you know. I was coming up brave and the bold where nobody told me not to do anything so it just seemed. Natural for me is a van that that's what I wanted to see and I saw. Was you know if you're going to do a continuity why would you just keep doing? Batman and Justice League. If you could introduce you know. I just use them as a as a tool to get these other characters so seem seemed to no brainer. One of my favorites voiced by Jeffrey combs. The question will we see him again? I mean I've I've definitely pitched ideas to get into it. And there's there's lots of stuff going on with him as far as interest but no one's nothing's really landed yet but I'd love to stick him in a movie. Talented voice actor has voiced wonder woman and Black Canary. And She compares them boat and that is the talented. Vanessa Marshall and Young Justice. Canary was a teacher so she that's an interesting Area of her personality That I found interesting. Sort of like a mentor to the young superheroes Which was which was really cool and wonder what am I guess? She lives by example and teaches people through her actions but she's not necessarily coaching teens And obviously their superpowers are quite different. Hurt Canary Scream versus. He got the airplane. The Bracelets Lasso Celek going on with on ener general. Might what have you But In the sense that they're both Really strong female role models and and great iconic characters. They're pretty similar but the different nuances and of course what the stories focused on. I'm like I said for crisis onto words and flashpoint. It's a very different one woman woman so that was an interesting twist on her now. How do you approach the two versions of the same character? That's a great question. I suppose I just try and locate the best parts of my personality that apply to those qualities within the character and be within the circumstances That are presented within the script. And of course they're both quite different and just try to be as honest and focused and available Energetically as I can in the moment and hope for the best. Yeah but Yeah the because the stories are so different I think it's easier to differentiate them but Hera Wonder Woman Black Canary. They're all sort of in my natural voice range. So it's I rely on the specificity of acting choices to create the nuance that makes them sound different. Rather than affecting sound but the sound of it won't feel different. She attended to wonder woman. Premier and here are her thoughts on that movie. Oh she's amazing. What movie was crazy? Yeah I had so much fun. We actually in Los Angeles. We bought out an entire theater. It wasn't all girls it was all everybody was there. women whatever and We had a great time It was it was such a powerful room to be there to support that to see all the little girls or gosh an all all little girls. WanNa be wondering when for Halloween. I love that. She's worked on young justice and she talks about that role as wonder woman. Yeah writers they have all these cards all over. The walls like no spoilers but it is like a wallpaper of characters. There's so many I don't know how they keep it straight I thought game of thrones was hard. This is yeah young justice's really really complicated in a great way and how they managed to keep it together is I think it's GonNa be fun to see. The young justice fans have been so fantastic in. Oh Man we had so much fun. We all get together. We're all fans so you know we have these meet. Ups and At San Diego Comic Con. I think it was. I don't even know what your was your we could we go meet out in the back and hang out and sometimes they'll do screenings at a local diner in Los Angeles so the fact that the fans really made that happen it just shows you how close we are. And we're we were just beyond throats. Yeah so grateful and all the actors are in an urgent such kind people. No one's complicated. There are no divas. No no haters drama. James Greg is a writer producer on movies like Batman by gaslight flashpoint paradox and produce justice league action and the Green Lantern. The animated series. I mean I think we're going strong and you'd be there people ask. What are you almost out? And it's like no we're not out one. There's so many great stories that you already know that you want to see that. Hopefully we're going to get to what the other is evidently. Dc keeps making comics every single month. Something you know. Yeah and sometimes you know this is really good. And I'd like to see this as a movie and if you wait three and a half years that might happen. Which story lines could you not or would not do you know. Never say never. Because they're they're ones that we said we'd never do that. We're learning well. You know what happens? Is you think that graphic novel wasn't as good as I remember so I don't want to do it but then somebody comes with an idea. Take on it. That makes you go. Oh that would make it really cool and it would stay you know In faithful with the other. And he also talks about replacing. Alan Burnett that Allen it it should be a title like Caesar. Like Julius. Caesar Caesar Octavian was also Caesar and then you just past the town. So I'm Alan and then when I'm assassinated they'll pick a new album and they'll always be now you know and they will just go on in perpetuity so so for. This is your Allen's gone actor Jason o'meara brought his own style within the parameters of voicing. I think I think the the trilogy you know. Some Bama and Batman versus Robin and Batman. Bad Blood Was really where I got a chance to sort of make my own. The storyline got richer and You know we got a sense of what? This version of a Batman was and there aren't many movies that really serialize story like that because he's a movie it's not a TV show so it's like you know a real proper trilogy of animated features so If I had to pick a movie out of that trilogy I'd probably say son of Batman only because it was my first shot at a standalone Batman movie which is kind of a thrill with his name on the poster but at the same time I think that the I think the movie's got better. I think they got more entertaining. As they went along son Batman we were like establishing the World Batman versus Robin. We kinda like the empire strikes back of the trilogy but then by Mom Bod blood I thought was probably the most entertaining overall. You know having watched each one with a live audience. That was the feedback is like I don't know if I'm right or wrong but But because it was the first that was not my first time by in Batman but the first time on I probably the animated movies reached a new level. What it's I R. Rated feature the killing joke here is. Tara strong who voiced bat girl and she comments about controversial which some fans of these sex scene between bat girl and Batman. Killing joke is one of my most proud things I've worked on. I just love that film so much and I love all the emotional places we got to go with her and depart from the comic book. Looks exactly like the Comic Book and then the other stuff is just so interesting and you know some people got annoyed. I'm like well. They're not related. And she's a grown woman so she's making choices and I didn't think it was gratuitous. I just thought it was. I thought it's such a beautiful movie. So thank you for. The DC. Animated Movies have certainly increased the awareness and the interest and DC universe. You can say what you will about the movie universe but the animated universe has been very healthy because of these talented people that had been involved. And there're still more to come. Thanks for joining me. I'm Tony Tomato. Hi I'm George. Decay and I listened to sci-fi talk..
"jeffrey combs" Discussed on GSMC SciFi Podcast
"Asked for the break. We were talking about in Philip Giorgio specifically the Mirror Universe version of her where she is an emperor of the terron empire. Now I'm GonNa talk a little bit about Jonathan Archer so archer is not really most people's favorite but I like him star. Trek enterprise really grew on me. I didn't like it the first time I watched it when I was younger but I watched it again as an adult during my three year journey of watching every episode of Star Trek in order and I really came to like the show for the first three and a half seasons. They do not really have their feet under them. A lot of it was monster of the week style. Things as they seem to follow more of a pattern of the X. files or supernatural rather than following its predecessors like Star Trek T. and G. and really harnessing the magic of T. and g. It was trying to get its own legs under it and become its own thing with a captain who was much more chill and more comfortable with hanging out with the crew then Cisco or picard or even Kirk or Janeway were beforehand. Even janeway maintained a sense of distance from everyone. I'm still upset about Jane cocaine but that is neither here nor there for Archer. Archer is really the softest of all of them. He is very chill. And he's more trusting than the others but he's also one of the earliest starship captain so we kind of have to give him a break. He's kind of a boy scout and in that way he's mostly just exploring the stars. He wants to just chill. He wants to be pals. He's very much a transformational leader. He is leading from within and wants to get to know his people as people. They aren't just crew members to him and again I wouldn't say that that would be true for card or anyone else. But by Picard owning mission in this season of Star Trek Picard. He trouble in expressing his emotions and feeling a lot of emotions and he likens himself to data in that way so picard feels very much like an android in some ways because he is more reticent with his emotions whereas Archer is almost his antithesis in that way even went to Paul and Malcolm and trip or kind of fighting him on having these like almost family type. Dinners in the captain's quarters. Now come hang out. It's going to be mean you my dog and it's going to be dope and he's just very much and extrovert whereas a lot of the others are more introverts and they practice more stoicism. Archer is just out there to be a bro. He's like let's go check things out together. This is GonNa be Great. And I kind of love that enthusiasm when it's juxtaposed with all of the other starship captains in that way. He's kind of fun in a good alignment way and similarity to Philip. Philip is like kind of flippant but she is chaotic. Neutral and archer is instead a really good dude. He wants everything good for everyone around him. And we'll give a lot of folks the benefit of the doubt where other starship captains won't now that does Bite Archer in the but quite a bit but it is really fun for us to watch as it goes along. It opens us up to a lot of crazy things happening. Like trip growing nipples on his arm and everything else but archer. He's the guy who loves his downtime. He's super chill and is generally pretty checked out so I like him in a crisis and he can sometimes be a really great diplomat but it takes a lot to really ruffle feathers in particular. I love his interactions with Jeffrey combs. Schramm so Jeffrey plays so. Many different characters played way. Yoon in deep space nine whom I absolutely adored. That is my favorite. He's playing all time all the way in fact but he is just a fantastic actor and I really enjoyed playing the story in Schramm as well and seeing his interactions with Scott backyards character because if we had subbed in any of the other starship captains they would not have been able to be friends with and the way that archer is so archer is willing to give him the benefit of the doubt whereas the others might have just as well shot Tran Spent any time with them. They definitely would not have trusted him as far as they could spit him. But Archer's empathy and compassion allows him to make even tenuous friends like Sh- ran a much better. Been some of the others would have been able to and in that way. I think it's a really great manner to respect. Because even though we might view that as a weakness and it often is archer's weakness it can also be one of his greatest strengths. So I really enjoyed that about Captain Archer and I think that if we would have gotten further along in the series then we would have gotten some really awesome story lines down the line. Unfortunately we just had one too many of those beauty and the beast episodes where Hoshi is being held prisoner by essentially what is beasts from beauty and the beast and trying to entice her to stay there and just interpret his entire library and everything. That was a little bit too on the nose. And everyone's like okay. This is this is a little much but once you get three and a half seasons in two star Trek Enterprise. That's really where they get their legs under them and they're able to go okay. We have an established set of bad guys for this series. We have Zindi. This is where we're going with. All of this and season four was really good and fortunately it took it just a little bit too long to get its legs under it and was cancelled by that point and that really bums me out because season three point five on is really golden for Star Trek Enterprise. It was just a little bit sillier in many ways than I think. A lot of folks were ready for in the very similar manner of stargate. Universe was too dark for folks who were used to the more lighthearted methods of Stargate s g one and Stargate Atlantis. So this was kind of the inverse issue. But for the Star Trek Franchise Now. I like Archer and general. He would probably get on my nerves if I work for him are more likely to Paul. In that instance don't make me hang out with you. That's not what I WANNA do if I want to talk to you if I need you for anything as my boss I will hit you up that you are a little too extroverted for me. Please stop talking to me or to animated I would prefer to work for Picard or Janeway. Who can be chill if you WANNA talk to them about something that they're interested in particularly as it relates to science or to literature or archaeology things like that. That's kind of their been diagram. Mandala whereas with archer. It's just like Bro. I don't WanNa to be your Bro. I don't want to come and have dinner with you if we happen to be in the dining hall at the same time. Sure we'll hang but I don't WanNa have to have dinner with you. That sounds terrible. But that's the difference in working with introverts versus extroverts. In general where spending time with them is something that you have to do versus something that you get to do so archer very much strikes me as a guy who would just give you constant performance reviews and be like yeah you're GonNa my nerves whereas Janeway and picard or like. Yeah you get your annual performance review and if anything happens in the meantime. I will just flag you down you know. We'll go talk in my quarters about it. Or you know in the captain's ready room so for archer I wouldn't necessarily want to work for the guy but as a starship captain. I do respect him at this point. It's a it's taken me a long time to come around to archer but he you know. He hangs out with his dog a lot. I love my pet lot too but he does hang out with his dog at one point in the second season episode night and Sick Bay when he should be working on diplomatic relationships with people. It's adorable but it's also dereliction of duty. It is a pretty good insight into who archer is as a person pick hard would never even though I love Picard. I love them both but yeah it's just crazy. Some of the things that archer gets into but again he's supposed to be one of the first star ship captains and he's mostly out there for exploration. So I get where he's coming from and he's just trying to keep his people's mental and emotional wellness in mind and I kind of love that he does that so wholesomely as a male captain and that they did not just saddle Janeway or Giorgio with that they didn't turn them into feminine. Stereotypes and Archer is not masculine stereotype. I absolutely love where they took that with him. Y'All know I love some wholesome masculinity and as I get older I love and appreciate Archer more and more. We're going to go on a quick break and when we come back. We're going to talk about captain. Sisko tired of searching the vast jungle of podcasts. Now listen close adhere here this out. There's a podcast network that covers just about everything that you've been searching. The golden state media concepts podcast network is here. Nothing less than our podcast. 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"jeffrey combs" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast
"You can sign up for Patriot where this episode has been sitting as a A special pre release advanced episode for a couple of weeks now. But I'm going to be adding a whole bunch of new stuff in the coming weeks as well. So definitely head on over to pay dot com slash piecing pod if you want to Through a couple of bucks are away. You know so. Yeah I think with that being said though. It's time to jump into the episode so let's start talking about colour out of space own alright so back on the show with us. Today we've got with US atom wells. How's it going Adam? H I can eat it teach for hours. Sorry in a very very nick cage mood right now. So got hitting. It's exciting every every time we get to cover a NICK CAGE. Movie on the PODCAST. It's it's a good day. Let's put it that way it is. He's become our favorite colt folklore hero. Absolutely especially for for like you know movie nerds like us. I mean He. He exists in this space of. He really is a great actor when he's in the right kind of project and then he's also just the worst in Moose. Just lovely bad actor when he's in a different kind of project I know but no matter how bad the movie as he is always entertaining. Yes he is. I'm pretty sure if I really wanted to subject myself to torture. I watch the remake of the wonderful Kirk Cameron's film left behind starring Nicolas Cage. I'm not a glutton for punishment so you know if there's somebody out there on the groups who listens to this podcast if you've seen it. Is it worth it for Nick? Ages performance? That's all I need to know and is left behind a puzzle piece for this particular movie. That's also a question we should. We should explore. I did not. I did not think of that. One feel free use it. If you in fact I have a lot of questions about your Your Life Choices. If you've actually seen it. Yeah I gotta say that's that's that's one of the ones that I may have skipped along the way but today we are of course talking about color out of space which is one of the first twenty twenty movies. We are watching although technically as I was going and getting my notes together it is listed as a twenty nine thousand nine movie even though it only had like festival appearances until January which that always annoys the hell out of me and my my favorite movie of Twenty Nineteen was technically at eighteen movie. That always bugs me. I hate when that happens. But that's a tangent all altogether but think about this way. You started off twenty twenty at least for me started off twenty twenty on a on a strong note with the movie especially especially considering. It's a horror it's January horror. Movies are some of the absolute worst months. Oh my God yes so to start it off with one. That's pretty good plus also gretel in Hansel which I actually really enjoyed as well We're we're off to a good year. So far I'll I'll actually have to check that out. I was some of the reviews. wasn't so sure about but it looks stylish enough and Sophia Louis. She's been great and everything she's done lately so it can't be too bad. Yeah absolutely all right so let's jump into a little bit of this. I do tend to have you on a lot of horror episodes but I guess that makes sense. You are very big horror fan but yeah you are so I want to ask you real quick before we get into puzzle pieces I I know we talked a little bit about this. On Messenger but lovecraft. You're you're a big fan of This stuff I'm not a big fan of his of the written work that much. I've read a few of the store. The short stories which. I enjoy ally a more of a horror movie guide but a lot of the movies that That they've made from his stories have come from the same company in the same directors. So you know it's easy to kind of just you know watch Like reanimator Geoghegan Gouzer Stuart Gordon Movies and produced by Brian US. Now I tend to watch a lot of that stuff Our so whenever they come out with a new movie. That's how I kind of got into it. And you know the Great Jeffrey Combs. If he's in it I'll watch it very much. How I- amazingly found the frighteners. A right very underrated classic. Yeah no I feel like lovecraft more as an influence on a lot of things that I love more so than actually lovecraft things themselves. I do love the influence on a lot of horror movies one. I was thinking about which was thought of using a puzzle piece that I really can't can't get the connection right now was John Carpenter's in the mouth of madness very lovecraft in tone and style just surprisingly not written by lovecraft or having anything to do with his work will there will be more John Carpenter in my Puzzle piece list. But why don't we jump into your first puzzle piece? Well I'll go with I'm pretty sure this is on your list as well but I'll start off with Mandy. Sure the recent Mandy Another neon soaked arthouse horror film starring the Great Nicholas Cage. Yes it's an invitation for Nicholas Cage to be crazy in a beautiful looking movie with the crazy awesome score. That is true. I can only hope that the the new announcement of the NICK CAGE. Meta movie where Nick Cage plays a version of himself has the somehow get himself out of trouble is is just as shot as well and scored as well. Because that's that's my next event Phil for twenty one. He absolutely already on the calendar. But Yeah I think Mandy one hundred percent. You can't even have this conversation without bringing up Mandy even whether or not it was definitively a influence or an inspiration on Richard Stanley. I think this movie got made because of Mandy because of this renewed interest in film nerds like us wanting to see Nicholas cage. Go crazy on on film. I think that as well as there's been an emergence of the kind of arthouse horror film Whether it be Mandy or the recent disappear remake when you will come up Later people people big name directors are starting to put together these already horror films. You know with the and then you had gary are Nazis mother which was another one So you know. They've been kind of popular lately absolutely the that look of Mandy that neon soaked acid trip Look to it very similar to what Richard Stanley done. And it's very different from Richard Stanley's earlier work which I don't know if we're going to get into the Richard Stanley's career which if you've never heard of him before Google it you'll find some great stuff about his island. A Doctor Moreau moving. I need to look into something because I've heard those stories are just absolutely hilarious. Just so entertaining man. I remember reading it when it came out in Oria just reading the to park the whole interview is just like what the fuck dumps money and tolerates these people God. Well I'll go to my first puzzle apiece and that I just teased it. We were first starting but that is of course John Carpenter's the thing another classic in which some alien things Mutating things and turning turning people into creatures and animals and creatures and we get a lot of that here in Colorado space. I'm not sure If the story itself you know what was part of the influence in the first place or not but That definitely cinematic. The way that you know these creatures are are just mutating and deforming. I think there's a lot of influence there. If the scene with the packers is not a direct rip from the thing that I'm not sure what what else it could have come from because it's a shot so similarly it did the design of it is very similarly to a sequence early on in the thing The only thing that was missing was the flame thrower and Kurt Russell And and there wasn't one particularly Smart Alpaca. That tried to get out. But let me tell you something if for those of you. Who Haven't seen this movie. When you hear Nick Cage talk about milking and L. PACA. Your heart will melt. Promise issue that the fine work there. So yeah so. That's my first piece and I have another piece later on. That's going to tie back to that a little bit. But why don't we jump ahead though to your necks piece? You know my next piece. I brought it up before deep suspicion. The and superior the remake for two different reasons The the visual look of superior The original is very similar to the look of Colorado space that that acid trip neon soak look to it and three remake again going back to the whole arthouse horror emergence. You know you have directors that have grade is for shots and cinematography that are able to just make these to elevate it a little bit something more than just a B. Movie No absolutely I totally see that plus awesome scores. You know throughout those these three movies. Tom York's yeah. Thom Yorke score for this remake was phenomenal. Oh yeah absolutely all right so I will jump onto my next piece here. Let's go with Stanley. Kubrick's is shining a nicholas cage. I it's funny. You know th the shining is this. Jack. Nicholson's is big over the top huge performance. You know it's it's frigging Jack. Nicholson in the shining. And it's so you never really kind of think about it about Nicholas cage kind of being in the same school of just big over the top crazy and that is what he does and he does it really well here too. I absolutely agree. I could see. Actually my mind could actually picture in a cage as Jack Torrance in a weird remake somewhere. It probably would have done a better job than than than that. We'RE RANDOM GUY. They got that looked like a like like Jack. Nicholson in Dr Sleaze. I think that's Henry Thomas. I don't know who that is bigger. I think he's a he's a little kidney. T really hitting rock. That's insane if that's church. Grew up to be to be a lookalike. Jack Nicholson in Doctor Sleep. That's that's crazy. We both have to look this up right now wrong. You know what I'm wrong habits. No I'm looking right now. I'm looking at the little. It's a little harder than figuring out that. Kansas City is Not In Kansas or or sorry. Let me rephrase the football team is not in the state of Kansas? Yes that's important lesson to learn. Apparently I'm scrolling through the entire. Imdb list right now. Looking for young Jack Torrance. Henry Thomas. That's what it was. I Guess Thomas. He's not he's not not credited. I don't think I don't know how I'm GonNa figure this out going to have to look up some article or something. I'm not going to this is on. He wouldn't shut up by Jersey girl. Now he's talking about a random actor that filled in for Jack. Nicholson Guy. We're we're we're going to go next with this. But yes so back to the puzzle piece. Yeah the just the not only the performance but also the fact that the family is stuck in this remote location where they can't get away from their ever-growing crazy father Also reminded me of of the The shining absolutely agree with that now for my next piece actually was inspired by this listening to the QA. Because I didn't think about this at first but after Nick Cage said this after the movie It definitely made sense but ordinary people the idea of a dysfunctional family that no matter how hard they tried to stick together everything just keeps falling apart and getting worse and worse and you see this family just which has already gone through enough of a hard time. Just get put through the ringer to the point. Where Nick Ages characters just as nowhere to go but just to explode absolutely and just get be completely. And utterly irrational. It's such a strange comparison but it really does make sense once you start to think about it and I forget if it was cage who said it because I also got to see that I forget if it was him or Richard Stanley or or the the the kid who also came up at the end of the QNA About how you know by the end once everything is really gone to shit and gone crazy. They're finally together as a family. Yes it's so weird. It's such an interesting interesting elements of this story. There's only so much you could save Atis cage alone so I'll go to my next piece. This one is when I've seen kind of ties back to the thing. in that is.
"jeffrey combs" Discussed on Whores Talk Horror
"Not how it's pronounced anyways German report. That's yeah it is Trey No del Norte Aka last stop on the train or night train murderers which I think night train murders is the name that I use to find it and I think we watch this one on Youtube and it was not a very a good copy of it but whatever is from nineteen seventy five. It's about a pair of psychotic hoodlums in an equally demented NYMPHOMANIAC. Maniac woman who terrorized young girls on a train trip from Germany to Italy so basically this is last house on the left on a train. Okay and I I mean I liked it I you know it's very disturbing but movies like that John Really. I mean they bother me. I would be lying if I say they don't bother me but not to the point where I can't watch them. They're very very disturbing but also a part of me likes to see it because it's so real and I just think you know watching stuff like that just makes me more aware of my surroundings and be on high alert for demented NYMPHOMANIAC. Since I gotta go right but yeah so the OH. Why is this a Christmas movie Ho? That's a good point. Is that what you're all wondering well it takes place on Christmas Eve. I love it. Oh my God. That's so funny or Christmas Day. I don't remember it takes place on Christmas. It's around the holiday season no rest for nymph. So yeah I I actually really liked the ending of this movie movie as well But if if rape movies bother you in you're not a fan of ice on your grave or last house and left. Do Not Watch this. It doesn't bother you then. Check it out. Awesome all right if you listen to podcasts. Before which hopefully that's why you're here you'll you'll recognize this title. I finally watched all through the house. which is our my insurance? Now go to answer for any trivia question ever ever alter the habit that we don't know the answer to yes so if you wanna know what this references about go back and listen to our horror movie trivia episode or are Wool. Isn't that one first. And then we also reference all through the House again in our serial killer Trivia episode. But yeah it was originally the the horror movie trivia. You're right it's a running joke. It's a running joke but I finally Kinda hilarious all the movies great. This is the basics I honestly I really feel like. There's no way to fully describe this movie but the basics is Santa Be Soleil and and this is if you're looking for a Gore fast this is one especially if you're looking for a penis core fast there is a lot of chopping. There's that just heads up Rachel's Home for the holidays and She stand with her. I just called her bad ass. Grandma the whole time I'm She has a name in the movie but I just referred to her as bad as grandma. 'cause I loved her. I aspire to be her. Well I'm that age for real like drinks drinks and swears and awesome. She's awesome yeah. I loved her. She don't give book no not at all and so Rachel. It's I think it's Christmas right. I don't ever remember yeah. I think it's Christmas. You Rachel decides to go out shopping and have some holiday fun with some of her friends and before she does so. Oh she visits the town Weirdo. Mrs Garrett whose entire House looks like an overt onset piece from twin peaks specifically one eyed Jax which again I know another twin peaks reference but whatever deal with it At one point actually Rachel wears a costume. That looks like a one version of the double are uniform which I was kind of losing my mind. I thought it was awesome without giving too much away which I kind of already did there are some. I'm really inventive. Glorious killings tons of can't be cheesy blood bloody funnest had and a little fairly dysfunction get sorted out because because what would the holidays be without Family Shit Oh and Dick Sniffing. I'll joke side. This movie is off the chain chain but I I did really enjoy it. It's it's very gory but I think it's the Fun Gore variety like. I laughed through a lot of it and I actually brought my notebook with because I had like real time like reactions that I was writing down as I was watching it and I couldn't even read half of my writing because because I was laughing as I was writing it was just scribbles like I think one of them said crazy bitch cookie tin there. You go but I I honestly say if you're if you're Gore variety fan like watched it you have to add this to your Christmas list to watch you have two great all through the House. Do it. Bad acting aside. Yeah it makes it better. I feel like well the thing I like most about. It is just the fact that every every Christmas horror movie I should say like ninety percent of all Christmas. Horror movies involve a killer Santa Claus and the motive behind this killer. Santa Claus is like nothing that any other Christmas horror movie has ever done before it. Super original super creative and my favorite put down one is go suck dicks. And there's literally a bag addicts in this movie. So I mean I recommend it just because of the backpacks. Yeah Yeah I would agree and yeah the motive gets revealed. I literally was like. Are you fucking kidding. Like it was watch it all right so we watch it or eat a bag of dicks all right so moving on. I actually had to keep looking at the synopsis of this movie because I was like. What is this movie about again because it's so forgettable Called Holiday Hell is from two thousand nineteen. It is a super low budget movie about a woman looking for a last minute gift for her sister and goes to an oddity store on Christmas achieved owned by a mysterious shopkeeper he narrates four stories that revolve around items in a store like a creepy mask and killer. Doll the first story is ah the worst of the four the like the acting the violence the plot of it the dialogue in the cinematography all like it was written by Ah High School kids just like board one night and had nothing to do and they are like. Let's just shoot a movie in our parents house. The only story that I kind of light was one that had Joel Marina. WHO's Bill Murray's younger brother and this is only because of the fact that the storyline wasn't horrible and the actors actors in it could actually act But Jeffrey combs plays the shopkeeper and he's probably best known for portraying Herbert West in the film re animator animator. The film actually had some potential but it falls way short with the bad storylines in even worse acting. So do not recommend this. This one mindy. I found this movie. I was actually looking for silent night deadly night but I found silent night bloody night from one thousand nine hundred seventy two. I the way they would film in those days It's one of those older ass horror movies. That has is that airbrushed look of the seventies early eighties and like throughout the entire movie. I was like are my glasses. smudged like it was literally hard to see what was happening. but I sat through it Storyline here's what I am DB has to say about it. Wolford returned home on Christmas. Eve and his house has been turned into a mental institution for the criminally insane but the day of his return his set on fire and dies. Sorry to laugh about that. But it's true the townspeople I believe death was an accident and the institution houses. Later closed down. Wolfer leaves the house to his grandson. Geoffrey if years later Geoffrey to finally decides to to sell his grandfather's house but the townspeople including the mayor have mixed feelings on keeping people away from the House especially when a serial killer alert escapes from another institution and finds refuge. There killer makes frightening phone calls and kills anyone coming near the house. But what does the killer have in common with what happened to Wilford Butler years before This was just like a big. What the fuck like honestly the the way that does some up basically what happened but like throughout the whole movie? I just kept going. Wait what the fuck is happening. 'cause it just kind of made no sense but but was kind of fun. So if you like that like seventies vibe sludgy airbrushed look maybe check it out. If you WANNA go go to bed scared. Maybe not because it wasn't I didn't think it was very scary but it was kind of weird and interesting. You know but I still WanNa see silent night deadly night. I'm a little sad side. I know I watched like all the silent night. Bloody Night Silent Knight whatever last year and yeah they all kind of blur into my mind especially because we watched like multiple within a week of similar names. Chew Story All right so the next movie. I'm going to talk about. I highly highly. Highly recommend this movie and it's the best movie that I've never heard of before. I don't know how I missed this but it's an on. The apocalypse is basically Shaun of the dead meets high school. Musical is as Zombie Apocalypse. Musical that takes place in Scotland. It doesn't take itself seriously. The music's really catchy in it's good like the songs are like they were stuck in my head the rest of the day It's funny it's gory. It also has heart. I just thought it was such a movie and it was just over the top ridiculous and none of the actors in it are anyone that I've ever heard of before they're all kind of unknowns uh-huh but they're singing acting were great. I mean their voices were amazing They're all super talented. I don't want to say much more about it but just just fucking watch it even if you don't like musicals because it it literally just it makes fun of itself kind of it. Does it kind of makes fun of the whole like musical Genera and it's just it. Does it in such a just a unique way setting it into a Zombie apocalypse during Christmastime. I WanNa see this now now. Do you need to watch this tonight. There's part of me that wishes. I didn't know that it was a zombie slash. Musical movie So so I would have enjoyed it even more. If I had known that it would have been even more incredible but it's still pretty mind blowing and fun and ridiculous and great awesome. Yeah I basically went to Spencer and it was like. Do you want to watch a Christmas. Zombie apocalypse musical. That takes place in Scotland at me like I was not in my mind. I'm like like this is going to be a terrible low budget movie so I had really low expectations but it was worth it or you were like. Wait when did you do so. When did you get high? Wow I was into it I was into it all right. I'M GONNA. I saved my favorites aside from Black Christmas Christmas. For last I watched Christmas evil which I know that Sharon has seen as well which also named Ak Okay I saw Mama fucking Santa Claus like the song. I don't like the song. Okay fine. That's not you know the song that should be a song. We straight that song. Let's we write it. We write the change..
"jeffrey combs" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"Year so a little taste for you. Eros Plus Massacre Z. Venus infers horrors of malformed man laughing laughing woman mode you the blind beast the seats of Man wei-go Gosh what else knife in the water Goto island of love the were also getting away from just strictly nineteen sixty nine but there are a lot of nine hundred sixty nine in here as well the management garden of Stanley Sweetheart lips of blood Viva La Muerte Pink narcissists can dialects break bricks black God white devil which was nine hundred sixty four. We're going to do a whole month of cinema. Novo films also of course we're going to do some some really awful sci-fi such as awful good way like right right away enemy mine. I'm really looking forward to talking about enemy. Mind will be doing our usual. Check timber were again. We've got a lot of nineteen sixty nine films such as Birds Orphans and Fools fruita paradise will also be talking about that nineteen seventy seven film tomorrow I will wake up and skuld myself with t going to be talking about poltergeist poltergeists in October. We're going to be talking about motel hell the frighteners with north. We'll talk about the big clock ride the pink horse the Friends of Eddie Coyle to live and die in. La and will wrap out the year with things like the finks crumbs with nail an eye Brazil in Brazil oh and that is all coming up in twenty twenty and we'll be finishing up this year with our usual shock. Tober and wire ember and then Dan kind of a weird grab bag of stuff in December including the man who felt earth. I'm looking forward to talking about that film. There might be a little a bit of a delay with some episodes in November. I'm not exactly sure because I'm going away and we're going to be leaving the country for the last two weeks of October. I'll be going back to China just for quick trip this time not three months so I've been trying to prerecord and get ahead of the curve when it comes to a lot of these episodes votes and I've also for whatever reason have been recording a lot of bonus episodes things like another state of mind that will be coming out hopefully pretty soon and Don's plum the ill-fated Don's plum and it seems like I've got another one. That's kind of lurking out there but yeah. There's a lot of good stuff plus some bonus episodes so bonus interviews so just keep your eye on the feed war. If you are Baretta keep your eye on the sparrow uh-huh aw yeah the so as usual. I WanNa take some feedback. I've got an email here from Paco. Oh Paco says hi Mike. How are you welcome doing well. Thank you very much. I'm Paco. I wrote you last year from a different country because we live in a quite crazy world old once again I apologize for my poor grammar and because unfortunately I can't contribute with some bucks every year. Sorry that's fine. You don't have to send me money. I'm not just looking for your money looking for your love looking for your affection more than that. I'm just looking for. Maybe people get turned onto movies that they might not hear about or or think about things in a different way than they already have. Maybe enjoy some conversation about films. That's all four so here are Pacos questions since lately. I've been listening to some of the old episodes about our Gento and also rewatch his films and I wonder what do you think about the spirit remake. Well unfortunately Paco Go. Even though you sent me this email however many months ago I still haven't watched the superior remake. I tried watching it before it was legally legally available on the Internet and I really was having trouble hearing it for whatever reason and I was unable to find good subtitled copy copy of it. I don't know if I'm losing my hearing or if stuff's just mumbled in that movie or what am plus there was a lot of German being spoken it yeah. I don't remember a whole lot of what I actually saw. A miniature see up until that big dent sequence were bodies all twisted around and I thought it looked pretty but I haven't really sat down and watched the whole thing in digested it so I'm sorry Paco. How can you keep the pace. I mean every every single podcast has a lot of work and you do. How many fifty forty-five year how do you do it do sleep. Sleep is for the week week. I have given up sleep. I gave it up for lent many years ago. No I just I work a regular daytime job. I actually switched jobs this year and went from actually four God. I've worked three jobs this year because I was working at my old job January switch to another one in January anywhere till May and then switched to a third one and May that I'm working now which I hope knock on wood to be working at for a while and yeah so I work a regular type job and then pretty much every weekend and sometimes every week night. It's watch movies editing audio and recording interviews and recording episodes. I don't know why necessarily other than for the love of the game and as far as I mean we do minimum fifty two episodes Aguirre plus bonus stuff so you're looking at probably sixty sixty sixty five something like that episodes year I mean some of them are just real. Quick like recently the interview with Jeffrey combs that was what half hour long we'll do an interview here and there but I still try to edit all those things and give each one the affection and attention that they deserve and then cacao goes on to self deprecating himself when he says well. It seems insane to me but maybe because I'm just a lazy Spanish. I do not accept the idea that certain people people of certain countries or whatever have different work ethics. I just know that with my OCD that it helps to work and it helps to actually be doing something hopefully somewhat creative once again. Thanks for the projection. Booth Man Take Care Paco Dwayne. Daniels annuals writes a very quick one and says hi make just a big. Thanks for the effort you put in. I love hearing the interviews with all the people you track down. I got hooked on selecting the episodes of movies. I've already seen now. I crave the episode of movies. I haven't seen to get new favorites. I have to put some more time into go over the web page and check the links the get Carter episode sent me at a youtube deep dive into funk tunes well. That's very cool. I love the feedback guys really enjoy. It and I love the feedback feedback. That isn't like hey. Did you talk about this on the episode and it's like well. Are you going to listen to the episode because we do talk about it or or Hey. You should have talked about this and it's like well. Hey maybe we thought about talking about it and we decided not got to or maybe if you feel that important to talk about you can discuss it right here in the comments section however you want to do it. It's uh good but I was surprised that you didn't cover this on the shell. Maybe I didn't know about it. You know put out those invites about a year in advance so so if you knew we were talking about something and you had some insider knowledge feel free to post it in the invite for the group and just say hey make sure you talk about this this or were you aware of this quasi obscure sequel or whatever I don't mind I don't mind I don't mind the pre work. It's it's the post work. It's a little bit a gun the face Eric Harley and rights do you have plans to create a book based on the projection booth the podcast maybe when I retire but I don't plan on retiring from the podcast anytime soon and yeah otherwise otherwise would be a lot of work but he wants to make a book they feel free. I will help them with whatever I can possibly do but no no plans yet so mark from wake-up heavy podcasts has actually sent a long his question so I will go ahead and cut those in here so it can sound like we were having a conversation. Well Hello Again Mike and everyone out in projection booth land. This is mark from wake-up heavy and apparently it's time for another ego fest and I am happy to take this opportunity to insert myself into another episode of your show. I've got a few questions that have kind of popped into my head as I have listened to numerous episodes since since the last time you did one of these which wasn't all that long ago actually boy. I guess yeah you go. Fast is is right other than the obvious. What was the inspiration for the title of this show maybe it came from a particular movie or maybe maybe it's just that old timey sound that were all growing to miss now since everything's digital that actually came from a couple of things things of course. I'm a big Fan of psychology love talking about psychology movies or psychiatry and so that came from the whole ally dea projection when it comes to projecting something onto someone else so that's where it came from also the idea of Cisco Niebuhr they were sitting in the balcony and they were taking a look at things on at the movies. I'm sitting behind them. I'm actually up in the projection booth looking down on siskel burden looking looking at the movie from that perspective so kind of getting a farther take back as it were so very pretentious answer. Actually both of those answers were very pretentious but that's where the projection booth came from that also I also wanted to be a projectionist when I was working at the movie theater and ended up just tearing tickets selling popcorn clinic theaters never ended up in the projection booths Donau through the magic podcasting. I can be in the projection booth doc who has guested the most and what movie personality has been interviewed the most so guests would be guest host. Maybe excluding rob Saint Mary. Who was your official guest host for. I'm not sure how many year couple years but people like Oh Sam Degan or Cat Ellen Jer Bill Ackerman those folks that have been on numerous times if you know and then if there's been any either actors or personalities from the movies that you have talked to more than a couple of times as far as getting the most aside from of course Robson Mary actually I think I think just actually in the lower numbers now because I don't think he'd lasted that many episodes fee lasted fifty. I would be surprised rob last quite a while as far as this guest co hosts that I've had on Post Rob and Yvonne on rob was around think maybe heather drain maybe Sam. MVP CAT KRISTAPS issue is up there. Gosh that's a really good question. I don't have the numbers I don't have the spreadsheet sorted in such a way that I could actually see that answer but if I had to guess I would say heather because I enjoy talking with her quite a bit as as far as WHO's been interviewed the most probably Joseph McBride just because he has written about so many different things I can always rely on him to talk to me about the books that he's he's written about the work that he did with wells Hebrew books on Howard Hawks on Frank Capra from on Ernst Lubitsch so he's got a lot of different poker when it comes to that and so I can always rely on him for that and especially I mean in a we've talked about wells quite a bit on the shell so he's always good to discuss wells. This is sort of a subjective question but who who is the most famous interviewee to be on this show again. I guess that's subjective but maybe the a a name to that most people even if they're not sinophile would recognize the name. I've had this question before and I have to say eh that people. The general public general public was they're not gonNA know William Freakin. They're not gonNA know Elliott Elliott Gould on the big fans of friends or something. They're not going to know a lot of these..
"jeffrey combs" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"I do not own the rights to portraying poll people are free to do with what those producers that they actually came and saw our show before they ever ventured into that or gotta deal for it or anything like that. I don't know I mean all I can say is. I've never seen a picture or read anything that said that Cho had a goatee. Okay I don't know I I don't know if that's the hat there's that okay. Those guys were also a little often their dates and thick at one point. They said you know this is any chains. Fifty not trying to recreate ancient fifty era. I WANNA go well. That's great but Hodi making forty nine. So what are you going to do. What what are you what what I didn't realize that poll and Washington Irving as well as Twain? We're actually contemporaries as as well as <hes> dickens poem that can swipe poll <hes> war chickens couple of times is trying to get the agent in London wanted to see if maybe dickens could help him to ask <hes> he also wrote Dickens because Dickens this was hitting their story in serial form and Paul wrote and said I know how you're going to end and he told them Dickens was like how did you know so yes is he was. I don't know if pollen irving ever match but they were contemporaries born the same year and has Abe Lincoln buses appearance in Abe Lincoln Vampire Hunter Eighteen online and also fascinates me that think that Paul for a short period of time for one year was at the University of Virginia and like its the second year in existence. I believe I'm not sure about that and that means that he might have had interaction with Thomas Jefferson who started I see so this is just historically. It blows my mind also poet two points Paul went to West Point in the eighteen eighteen thirty sites suppose C yeah early eighteen thirties somewhere around in there which means that Paul went problem and then he was kicked out or left rear for drinking and gambling ambling debts and whatever else did but that means the poem to school with probably a lot of generals and majors and colonels those on both sides of the civil place he knew those guys now he died before the civil war of course but they knew him and he knew some of Ah that's fascinating. I know that he and Washington urban corresponded because there's a letter from irving to PLO talking about <hes> historically about William Wilson so what is the only way you Wilson story overrode about his based on his experiences at a boarding school win he lived in England for three years his adopted mother other in father's Mercantil businessman and he wanted to expand his business with his family to London and.
"jeffrey combs" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"I have a note hype written notes that he sent me afterwards this cherish. I know all about how <music> how has the play changed over the last ten years as you've been performing it well it always changes it. It does not change to the degree that I know that how Holbrooke did it. He was so far beyond what I do in that scene would read the paper the news and and then decide what topics he would bring up for his show that was very right. This is remarkable that way. My show is pretty much set pieces haven't changed poems and the story that we all that has been is it's pretty much set because I know it works and and it it it's a delicate little set Mechlin of pieces and the composition is so good. I don't WanNA spend it however some do I have jetsons some of that or I found a better better way for it to flow by juxtaposing a little tiny bits here and there and things that you learn by doing it wanted you know and there's there's a big difference between being on hey jr and then what actually what actually works and so there's been some alteration but it's all very minimal right out of the box. This show Kinda pretty much. Wow that works. We were real fortunate that way. I'm curious now after having done it for so many years. How much prep time is there for you? I mean I'm I'm sure it's not just putting on the mustache putting the clothes. I'm sure you have to get your yourself in that head space a little bit. You have no idea you have no idea really maybe you do you but first of all they don't put on a bench after grow the Damn thing and my wife is because it's so verbal and it's right there on your mouth and there's perspiration ration- if there's anything glued on would betray the okay so it's best not to have that worry worry about so but the prep is many <hes> even now. I will want a line just to keep that pretty fresh for me the <hes> that's the least of my concerns though it's more of the past that you know you kinda like path across the field if you don't walk it Kinda needs a little bit pruning and cleaning up served there. It's clear for you <hes> emotionally clean please just getting into the head space but you know I'm always surprised they get into wig. Put the nose on get into the wardrobe and a lot of things will sort of sense memory will kick in and that helps a lot but I don't dare wing it like that. There's just no way there's no way so you know I prepare prepare. As much as I can mostly out of fear I mean I'm not I'm not cocky enough to go. I got it ever it makes it more challenging balancing when the time is in between performances and in this case it's been a little while since I've done it and so I'm extra vigilant about it was I wanted to be a good performance in a beautiful space. Am I correct in saying that this is the has something to do with Washington Irving yeah yeah the idea for the Hollow Film Festival I think was the new film festival with the theme of films that are based on literary works so what better sort of venue you know Washington Irving territory like sleepy hollow and this theater is is just a gorgeous little jewel and of the period or late eighteen covers. I should say so it really has by about it and so it's just a great in for all of that anger my show so I was really honored that they asked me to come in and be a part of their maiden voyage share I appreciate appreciate the promoters had seen by showing..
"jeffrey combs" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"It's cutting into your exercise time it stabbing you in the back nine and it's attacking your peace of mind. It's pain and it's getting in between you in the life few onto live CD medic target your pain at its source. It's fast acting relief with active. OTC ingredients plus the added benefits of THC free hemp oil get get back to your life with CBD medic available online and at cvs these statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose treat cure or prevent any disease. It's cutting into your exercise time it stabbing you in the back nine and it's attacking your peace of mind. It's pain and it's getting in between you and a life. You want to live CD medic targets your pain at its source. It's fast acting relief with active. OTC ingredients plus the added benefits of THC FREE HEMP oil get back to your life with CD medic available online at CVs these statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose treat cure or prevent any disease Christopher media. Let's make some noise the hey folks welcome to a special episode of the projection booth. I'm your host Mike White on this episode. What I am talking to Jeffrey combs who is doing a one man show call nevermore all about the life and times of Edgar Allan Poe and then it's going to be playing in the sleepy Hollow International Film Festival which runs October tenth through thirteen and Tarrytown New York?.
"jeffrey combs" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left
"Allowed to just be gone manggala life out in argentina or or uruguay and just try to go into the bushes like homer simpson that gif. She is legitimately. She is just now a quote unquote person of interest i but when you start lining up the we wanna go conspiracy theory. Let's because if you're going to look at jeffrey seen as being suicide quote unquote quote right who benefits from said suicide machine right who who benefits from steph besides everybody because then it has really total fucking chaos right this it's really is like everyone wanted him dead. Everybody wanted to have because of his because not just because of his connections to not just because of his connections to a pedophile network. It's mostly has to do with. I think the money how required it and whose money was he fucking with certain people. There was a a an op ed in the new york times. It came out yesterday that since basically the this reporter at sign an n._d._a. With jeffrey epstein saying that he wouldn't talk about anything that they talked about personally okay in this meeting and then he said well. He's dead now. So that's fucking gone. He wrote a whole article about meeting with jeffrey jeffrey epstein beautiful home he. He said he walked up and this is in two thousand eighteen. They met okay doors open when they arrive at the mansion to a young european girl with the haircut right this very ponytail the brought in by two other very young european little models that brought him into an antechamber were jeffrey combs walking in super grand and he's like. I can't believe you even deign to meet me here. Most people persona non grata. They sat at a table. We're jeffrey episode. I hang out to explains how one day the love of young girls will be celebrated as homosexuality yeah right now his love it didn't he for young girls is just he's just he is just it's his sexuality. It's his love language. I believe that he used the term. Which i thought was very interesting. I believe he called it. A cultural abnormality yes <hes> that's sort of what he referred to are very good sex laws in this country when it comes to uh stopping pedophilia directed him to look at pictures of him with his his favorite celebrity friends and i swear to god on the wall it was just a picture of epstein gene with the the what's his name not the prime minister the head dude of saudi arabia. Oh <hes> ben soman yes with n._b._s. And we all right then a picture of obscene and trump <hes> and then a picture of f. scene in woody allen say look these are my friends. Come see my friends. Dave then went and he explained to him about how i'm working with elon musk's right now but i'm not allowed to tell anybody because he says that it would it would cause dispersions on his character going on with his money but just just quickly. What do you think jeffrey epstein in woody allen talked about. What did they have in common. I wonder class everything jazz just jazz. That's they spoke about nothing else right now. The new york knicks. Maybe i don't know nothing else so they and in their meeting he leaves he. Then gets hits hit up by jeffrey episode for weeks. Hey hey would you come to dinner with me and woody. Hey do you want to go to dinner with me and steve bannon bannon and can you imagine he's number one. I mean a lot of jalapeno poppers. If you're what bail yeah he's. He's a popper guy he. He knows how to do a copper. Yeah all right so let's start. It'll keep looking at like so all right. That's all right character. Examination jeffrey seen he's very proud of the fact that he takes a societal villain because people would still come to him with their secrets because that's what he said he sa- trade secrets. You wouldn't believe what i know about who i know and you won't even know who you wouldn't even believe who i know this shit. He was telling this reporter right openly in his living room so you got big the big conspiracy theory one trump right trump and his people trying to nail right problem is that trump is president. Yes that's difficult to pull off. We'll also cunanan loves this because they think think trump is the pedophile hunter right he was he was undercover so this is just this sort of folds right into that whole theory that conspiracy theory but uh. I'm not even saying that he would be difficult for him to pull off as president is that he doesn't really need to hide anything anymore. Because now we're seeing that what what is trump after for your more more pedophilia accusations. He already has several on his record his president so he already has us executive privilege. It is very difficult to persecute him. What's the point of going after epstein if it's going to cause all these problems for you unless you're doing it specifically to throw heat on the clinton people like because well. That's the that's what the that's what the right has done now. This is the great mirror game of american politics and the binary world that we live in. It's just mud being fling on both sides so the clinton conspiracy. This is the one that involves you know all the all of the behind the scenes stuff and the chronicles this. I it's ridiculous so you're about half of it. Last night. I was talking. I was stoned out of my gourd came back for what's fun time in hollywood. Butch edibles said it was like now it's time for some real entertainment absolutely started watching the clinton chronicles and it's really funny there the way it opens like it's nineteen eighty-four being like the world has never seen never pursued and it cuts you bill clinton with the saxophone incipient on like black and white like negative fucking. It's like well so you know it's like why does this clinton doc have more younger than quentin tarantino interesting very interested <hes> but of course that that goes back to for a long time in right wing circles when it comes to seth rich the former <hes> staffer that was that was killed in d. c. and then as edmund mentioned vince foster so this is just perfect like like four right wing conspiracy. This epstein suicide is just like just right now. It's on the menu just right. Bill clinton killed epstein. He would've left his trademark cigarette in the asshole. Of course i love the way he treats human. Beings like ashtrays all right so a part of it is the u._f. Do who look at victor thorn as the guy who created essentially created the entire storyline that early clinton is a murderer <hes>. I don't know what she did back. In the guy i believe that bill clinton might have done a little cute kid feel your pain and he covers eyeballs when the was running drugs through his various airports when he was governor arkansas but the you could see the clinton chronicles is gonna say biased because it was partially actually funded by larry nichols who is a political appointee under clinton in arkansas. He was fired from his job. Oh and jerry falwell oh uh-huh that also helped create that entire storyline and it seems to be all of this shit all this confusion can only help trump so it seems that all of this is a very convenient fini way to keep throwing throwing smoke in the air and throwing dirt in people's eyes were hillary clinton to be honest who should just fuck and disappear who it seemed to be. She really only killed people. That directly affected your political career so honestly if she was going to kill somebody she should've just killed herself doc right. She did she anyway now. She's she is. She's she's being her best. She's doing her best. She's in the woods woods did she do hashtag be be best indeed <hes> but when it comes to pass it. I don't put a pastor. I mean i don't even know anymore. This is the world of a conspiracy theories okay so well. That is <hes> you know this trump. I don't even think is really the he's not even the most important in person here we go so many people on so many different levels <hes> that wanted jeffrey epstein to be silenced and i think i would not be surprised most if epstein internalized all of that feeling that he knew everyone wanted to die and i think he probably felt it to the degree where he said that. I'm going to <hes> do everyone a favor and at all but going along with that i mean i think the most nuanced explanation or maybe the most nuanced explanation in the realm of conspiracy would be that yes perhaps epstein did actually by his own hands kill himself but he was given such a wide berth right to allow the allowed him to do interesting probably some coordination happening between between the people that don't wanting to talk and himself willingly giving himself over to the suicide option because i think epstein he he's very hyper aware of his image he he wants to be in control or he wants to be in control of everything that happens to him because he thought he had the power to manipulate reality around him and then he found himself at this end game and he said i'm not going to. I'm not going to go out like they want me to of all of the of all the theories right because because i'm i'm i'm gonna lean towards you travis because if you look at the irregularities that happen while he was in that i am at the same time. I believe that somebody like jeffrey epstein. This may be in the category of somebody like dennis rader where they are such a ah they've grown so in love with their own myth of themselves as a villain and that he had an incredible amount of patients and i think that really if you look for your opportunity it takes what three minutes to suffocate even if there was the standard thirty minute check he could do it. Oh yea time period and also the people that were watching him. Were not technically taos. They had moved people over to their position there. They massively massively fucked up but a part of it i think goes to i think we're not giving enough credit sure where we don't think that he's not a total title. Manipulative sociopath be able to charm a group of people so thoroughly that number one. He got himself out of suicide watch because he knew he he added. He knew he was gonna fucking off himself. I'm with you travis. I think that he is such a hollow person whose entire life was built upon this fake a a fake of a view of of of richness of he is invincible. He is global. He is everywhere. He is omnipotent and he knows everybody and he can fuck him. Manipulate everybody as soon as you go from. I get blown three times a day on my yacht my private ireland to now. I am in a cell and one of the most guarded jails in our country right. I think at this point you are ready to go. You're looking for an option again. What's yes. He knew what that was going to be. The end and i think you're right. I think he took it into his own hands. Because that's where the power was and then furthermore i think he has because you know he's this trans humanist. I <hes> subscribed to trans humanism. He wanted to do the big <hes> seating women and his ranch. I think to some extent he has achieved a kind of singularity because he is the villain that is ubiquitous in our minds as we were talking about is eddie idea of that he is a multigenerational thinker which is along the lines lines of many people that you would call if there is such a thing as you luminosity the it is these types of people these people who looked the idea of extending their lore deep deep into the future so that people will use them as a touchstone for forever and they can guide society but now again who benefits so if there is a there is like from giving him a wide berth to commit suicide for me. The person that most benefits is d'alene maxwell all and all of the interconnected directly around him so i think he could have been suicide by his own people. I think she's totally screwed. I think she's the one that doesn't benefit..
"jeffrey combs" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Welcome back everybody, Nick Gilio here. Seven twenty g and we're live in the AllState skyline studio here till five it's Wednesday while Wednesday. That's any artist any song anything three one two nine one seven two hundred. Who is that singing somewhere over the rainbow requested Eric Clapton? That's from John live to formats that you wanted to get some recognition to all right there you go. Erica. Welcome back. Everybody we've been talking about horror movies this morning. One of my favorite subjects that my favorite genre of movies and talking about how a lot of great actors and actresses have done incredible work and horror movies, but don't get the recognition simply because it's the horror genre. So we're we're not some great performances here a great one from if you want to jump in talk or text three one to ninety one seven two hundred three one to nine hundred seventy one hundred for great performances in horror movies. This is a great one three one area code picks de walls and cujo. That is a great performance. She is incredible in that movie. And it's a very scary movie. Two. I didn't I think is really scary movie and one of the more effective and better of the Stephen King. At attentions. But whenever you talk about great performances in horror movies, d Wallis in cujo should be like right near the top of the top of the list again exhausting performance from her. The indicate is amazing to the kid is unbelievable because the two of them are basically stuck in a car being terrorized by a rabid insane. Saint Bernard and the intensity. And you know, the level of energy that she has to maintain throughout that whole movies. Unbelievable. So yeah, great choice three onto the wall. Another person from three to Eric echoes. Again. Brad door of an extra three which is one of the best performances in horror history. Six three code again votes for Jeff Goldblum the fly. He was so good. Seven seven three area code says Dan early he as Cochran in as Colonel Cochlear in the Halloween three season of the witch. Yeah. That's a great performance. That's a great villainy performance. From from a movie that. That has a great strong following now people, you know, years and years later as that movie was released because when it came out people hate it. I loved it. I loved it from the get-go, but when Halloween three came out. You know, like I said before when I saw that movie in the theater. I have I can only remember one other movie where an audience was angrier after the movie, and but they were so mad after Halloween three because it didn't have anything to do with Mike Myers. It was a completely different kind of movie was very weird movie, and it had a very strange abrupt ending which indicated that maybe the world just ended at the end of the movie and people were mad, and it was a full house on a Friday night that weekend at opened and it was like nothing anybody ever thought it would be. And I remember everybody. I was with was mad. I wasn't. I thought it was great. But everybody in that theater was palpable. The hatred for the movie, but the only other time which the audience was even more angry was. Was was after the screening of of raising Cain that I went to. So raising Cain is Brian depalma movie. Brian depalma movie called raising Cain with John Lithgow. And by the way, I put John with go on my on my list here of great performances in horror movies, and I picked him in that. And I also picked him. I picked him in two different movies. I picked him in that. And I picked him for his episode. George Miller directed of twilight zone, the movie he's mazing insights on the movie amazing. But yeah, at the end of raising Cain people started throwing stuff at a screen when it ended people were Boeing they were throwing stuff at the screen. I get so the two most angry post screening audiences. I've ever been a part of have been Halloween three season of the witch and raising Cain six three Chris as the girl from high tension is great. Yes. She is fantastic performance. And I love that movie. I love tension. Seventy four says, hey, I love all the low budget satanic flicks. From the seventies race with the devil brotherhood of Satan in the devil's rain, I love all those movies too. Specially love race with the devil. Race with the devil is great Peter Fonda, Warren Oates that is such a great movie. Seven eight area code Barbara Hershey and the entity. Yeah, that's a great performance. That is a great performance. Six eight area coats, Nick, I'd like to know your thoughts on rob zombie first Halloween. I thought it was brilliant. Rob zombie makes terrible movies. That's my opinion. He's a horrible director. He's never made a good movie and his Halloween is absolutely a crime against humanity. It's awful. He sucks. He's terrible filmmaker terrible director and his his Halloween is absolutely horrendous. Like all his movies are so. All right. Here's some more. My choices here if you guys want to jump in for great performances in movies three horror movies, three one two nine eight one seventeen hundred. I think all three of the guys in jaws, which I consider a horror movie, it's kind of an adventure movie. But it's scary. It's very scary. I consider horror movie, but I think ROY Scheider. Robert Shaw, and Richard Dreyfuss are all great in those are those are award worthy performances. Shudders fantastic. I mean, he's basically, you know, he's the every man he's the core of the movie. He's the movie he's the audience identifier. And he does a great job Dreyfuss has a really wonderful juicy showy role people really loved Hooper and Robert Shaw man, what can you say about Robert Shaw movie Quint, one of the most charismatic and an entertaining rough around the edges characters of all time and the US Indianapolis monologue as I've said before one of the greatest monologues film history one of the best deliveries of the monologue. And so I think all three performances jaws deserve more recognition people love the movie, I know that but really those three performances really hold that movie together. And really add to the effectiveness of how scary it is. And how mom how much fun that movie is? But yeah, all three of those guys Dreyfuss and Scheider and Shaw unbelievable in that movie about Bruce Campbell evil dead to one of the one of the most entertaining horror performances of all time. He would go onto play ash in a movie and the TV series, which of course, features future. Ex wife lovely Lorenzo. But if evil dead two man, it's just such a great performance and so much fun. And I also wanna mention about hotel where Burs Campbell played an elderly Elvis hunting down a unto not a mummy in an old, folks. Home with the help of Ozzy Davis who thinks JFK. Yes. That's actually the plot of the movie, and it's a great movie, but I love Bruce Campbell, especially in those two movies. He gets right. Great. Very great performances. Here's another one. That's really underrated. Cheryl leap in twin peaks fire walk with me. She played Laura Palmer on the TV series and the TV series of peaks was all about who killed Laura Palmer, and she ended up playing, you know, came back for the Showtime version of twin peaks, the return, which was completely certifiably insane, and brilliant and awesome. But she is unbelievable and fire walk with me. It's such a again these horror performances, particularly by by by women. Some of them are like they are really put through the paces. I mentioned Tony Coletta. Shelly to all. You know, we've mentioned D Wallis, and man, Cheryl Lee what she goes through in in fire. Walk with me is unbelievable. And she does it at a the energy level. Is that is that a solid ten or eleven throughout the entire movie? I really love performances. The for the performance by Heather Donahue in in the Blair witch project. And I know people are split down the middle on Blair witch. It's very divisive movie, I happen to be very very very, very pro. Blair witch. Blair witch project is a great movie and very scary movie. I really really love it. And I think she's great in it. You know, the whole iconic camera, you know, selfie camera to her face with the with tears in her eyes. She's talking about scared. She is that's one of those one of those incredible iconic images in horror history, and I really love her performance in that movie. And I think she'd be she should be singled out. It's a it's a great performance. You guys want to jump in with your talk your tax three one two nine eight one seven hundred Simon Pegg, Shaun of the dead is a really wonderful. And I think underrated performance it's not praised as much as it should be. He's not only very funny in it. But he's believable. You believe the guy, you know, you like him. He's a flawed, dude. And even you know, there there moments in the movie that actually brought me to tears when he had to kill his mom when his mom became a zombie that played for real that wasn't played as a joke. That's one of the reasons why Shaun of the dead is such a great movie and one of the greatest horror movies of all time because it's not only hilarious. It's not only does it take on the great cliches and tropes of the of the Saami movie genre. But it really is in of itself. A great story and a great movie with great characters that funny gory. And it's it's it's true to the Zambian. It's also very funny and Simon Pegg is great in it. And and I think it's a great performance that deserves to be recognized a little bit more Jeffrey combs and reanimator one of the greatest crazy. Scientists mad. Scientists performances of all time in. Stuart Gordon's completely insane over the top reanimator. And then the renovator series would go on. But particularly in the first one Jeffrey combs is amazing that movie it is such a great performance. Some people might might not think black swan is a horror movie, I happen to think it is. And I think Natalie Portman is incredible. And she wanted to award for that. For that movie, which was deserved because it's it's an absolutely incredible performance. But some people don't think blacks was a horror movie, personally, I do I think black swan horror movie and she deserved that that that Oscar eight four seven area code. If you want to jump in three one two nine one seven two hundred eight for seven area could wants to praise monkey shines. A great movie Jorge Romero doesn't get as much doesn't get as much love as it should even five older film. Jeff Goldblum and mister frost. Oh, man. I haven't seen that movie in years. Goblins great in it. Seven eight area code, Kevin bacon tremors. What about Fred ward? Man. Don't leave out. Fred ward. Talking about tremors. You gotta talk about Fred word and Kevin bacon. Both great performances. I love that movie. I love tremors. But yeah, Fred ward deserves as.
"jeffrey combs" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast
"Is as defined someone who's very friendly and frequently will take off her shirt, you know, at inopportune time for some. So the first evening John goes to visit. He makes a late night call to his wife 'cause they're sleeping in separate rooms. And she is clearly not having it. We get a little bit of exposition here where we realize that he has had a drinking problem and that what like six months nine months some time ago. He had he had neponset any has not been drinking since she rebuffs his advances aggressive as they are. And he goes to bed where he has a flashback Tarim. And in that dream. This is something that happens in movies a lot. But I've never had where your dream is just a thing that happened to you. Happen ahead that happen unlike molested by my like weird subconscious, you know, it doesn't happen literally as it happened to me in the past. You know, I wonder if do you think what he's remembering is slightly different than what actually happened like there's some dreamlike element to it. Or it's just it seems like a straightforward, man. I mean, the the ideas that I feel like what we're seeing isn't actually going on in his head. He's just having a horrible nightmare similar to the dream. But we see the flashback because we need to know that information. Okay. That's the dream is having he's actually running away from grimace from McDonald's. But in the in the in the flashback, we get some minute great also somehow his principal from elementary. And he's not wearing any pants. Of course. He's not. He's grimace. Crazy. With payout pants does. He put him on his head. If grim suddenly started wearing pants, you'd be like, wait. Should you have always been wearing pants like this? Where's your waist grimace? Yeah. That's that's the true otherworldly horror that we're talking about. So we get so in this flashback, we get some great Jeffrey combs drunk acting where he's driving in the rain with his daughter and his young son JJ, and he has my favorite line reading of the movie where he goes everything. Okay, back there JJ. Of course, very quickly. Everything is not ok as Jeffrey combs, flips the car, his young son is killed and his daughter is blinded in the accident. So that we have the tragic backstory. Yeah. That's maybe wise wife's a little peeved. Yeah. It's definitely why she is, Dan. Did you not pick up on that? I mean, this this car accident is I'm all admit, probably not the most exciting car accident. I've seen in cinema. But whatever making do with what what Kashdan? It gets the story across, but he is a woken from this flashback dream to child voice. And he goes and explores the castle.
"jeffrey combs" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell
"Now this because this is this is all we get with this is it. So I want them to do it. Right. And I want them to bring us back to t- to childhood with it. And I think they're going to and I've been saying from the beginning. I'm pretty sure that's why they had JJ in there. Again, because he's good at that sort of thing. And I'm thrilled that Lucas is somehow putting his stamp on this new trilogy somewhere because I think that that's not only appropriate. But but right, and it's what should happen. He created these characters. Let him be part of the final face. So that's exciting news. I'm excited. You know, Joe? So am I. There's a there's an electric city in the air after you talk about Star Wars. I think you're being a smart ass. No. I'm excited to see the picture. I've enjoyed all these I like except except those prequels, but I always found them to be entertaining. But I don't have the obsession. I have the obsession. But I'm also not a psycho. I didn't think that last jet. I ruined. My fuck in life. Right. I was a little upset about it. And then I watched it a few more times. I like it. It's not perfect. But I like it. So I I can't wait to see what they deal with this new one. There's there's all kinds of crazy. Rumors swirling around that. Like, they're they're going to bring Vader back into it. Somehow and Darth Garth Vader. Actual arth. Yeah. Yeah. It's another Wayne's world crossover. Was that done ever? They must have done that somewhere. Really did Garth Vader. Yeah. Anyway, our movie for ten I better use the lightsaber as boater go ahead as a Boehner. Yeah. Or yeah. When he or at least unsheathed it and went schwinn, right? All right. That's all I wanted to say go ahead. Our movie for today folks on this as we as we was we barrel toward twenty nineteen can't come soon enough reanimator, which is appropriate reanimation a new life change resolutions. It's the new year this excuse me. Joe? This is the new. Did you don't feel it different? You You know? know wonder song death cab for Cutie don't what we miss. We miss. Joe? This is Christmas. I've done that before you did. Yeah. Okay. Pretty sure the judge assed Christmas Carol of all time. Yeah. By the by the least involve asshole who's ever lived, don't let me start on John Lennon. I am not a fan. All right, come on pet. I'm going to set us up with some new drink. He poos. Why don't you set the audience up with what the basic plot of reanimator is the basic plot watched it a while ago? But basic plot is a young med student is really into experiments of the brain. And he falls in with a kooky. Doctor who also enjoys such experiments next thing, you know, they're bringing bodies back to life. Classic sort of zombie tale done, you know, as outrageous as it gets done like a fairly straightforward realistic style, even as it gets crazier and crazier. That's what I like about it. It's got a very deadpan vibe almost like an evil dead type vibe where people deal with the horror and very straightforward manner. I like it there's very memorable scene where a man. Picks up a severed head and is going to go down on a woman with. The head and the head at one point starts going down on the woman. And that's the kind of scene you Jess? Don't get enough of in my opinion. I would recommend if you've never seen it to watch it with the Joe, Bob Briggs commentary, again, we are not being sponsored by shudder. But I had so much fun. Watching all these great movies. Some of them. I'd never seen with Joe, Bob. He had all kinds of great reanimated facts. But it was done so cheap. Stuart Gordon is a guy who makes awesome low-budget shit almost every time. I recommend. This crime thriller called king of the ants that he did that was awesome. Stuart gordon's. Great doesn't does right direct and mostly HP lovecraft adaptations. Yes. But you know did. And that's what this is. Well, yeah. Reanimated? Great performances all around Jeffrey combs, of course. I have not seen the sequels to reanimator. Have you ride? I own the trilogy. Okay. I I'm a big fan of the entire trilogy. I think the weakest is the third one. 'cause I think that's the one that doesn't involve Stuart Gordon..
"jeffrey combs" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies
"I mean, I feel a little sad that nobody on the panel knows what movie stars Barbara Crampton, Bruce Abbott and Jeffrey combs, but I'm also not surprised. Who's Jeffrey combs. He starred in, hey, you almost got me to say. You're really on the right track there, Jeff. And what I would like to do now is I would like an audience member that knows the answer right here. We have one, tell us what the answer is. So low, a Star Wars story animator is. Return of the jet. I almost got you. What's your name? Diana? And I would like to Diana for you now to select which one of these people on stage you think deserves to have won that game since you one for them. You got to pick somebody. Oh, Jeff, almost got there with re. So you giving Jeff. All right, Jeff, you on that game. Thanks, Diana. They're tough, but fair. Game was just called purple, right. I would have got it. First person to say, rain wins have Ryan see, it's a great game. Much fun to play as it is to watch. People play it. You guys ready for a new game. All right. So I should warn just in that. Like in the first couple of games, whoever wins gets to go first in the next game, I'll let you know when when shits really on the line because I know you wanna win for spider, Matt do. Yeah. All right, Jeff gets to go first and this game, and then we'll go to Amy and then to just and and I'm going to the games called Redford Newman. And I'm going to name a movie that has Robert Redford Paul Newman or both. And I'll ask it to you directly Jeff, and if you get it wrong and Amy gets guess, and then if she gets it wrong, then Justin should have gimme. But we've seen how this works out in the past and it's pretty fun. All right. Here we go start with Jeff, who is in Redford or Newman, or both a movie called war hunt. What do you think that was? Paul Newman incorrect incorrect, Amy war hunt Redford or both. Robert Redford dot is correct. Great.