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07:56 min | 4 months ago

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"Hey everybody. Welcome to movie crush Halloween special with Joe Garden. Everybody's favorites Buca guest. Buddy you know I. I. It's has already been a year. Where's where's the time gone this? Long. Long. Yeah I just voted this morning. You see I have my vote sticker on Oh. Nice. Emily. I went voted early voting in we decided you know it's three weeks early voting. We knew there would be a rush the first week. So we went the second week and literally walked right on in, is about a three minute process and I almost broke the touch screen at punch that Biden Button so far. What you're out on the trump train this time around. I. If you're don't like me talking politics, you can pause for the next thirty seconds but. I thought it was very ironic. It really hit me today that Biden's slogan literally should be make America great again at this point. Yeah it's it rib literally take almost you could actually just have an empty chair in holding the office and it would make America. Better at this point. I'm so I'm just looking forward to. Fast forwarding to three months from now when I. Don't have to think about this guy every every day when when the president could just do something and I, don't have to be like. This guy so much. I also thought what a missed opportunity that we didn't have. An. African. American nominated as president because then the slogan could have been black the new orange. This opportunity. Yeah. So I think but general have been doing pretty good. You know I've. The. Whole quarantine kind of like you know I'm because I'm in a rural area it's less less populous area. It's hasn't been quite as bad. You know we were on like we were in shot we shut down for three months, and then we reopened everything we started to reopen slowly in June you know I'm not a big diner out so that in effect me, I don't like at fifty I don't go to bars that much anymore I mean I do miss the occasional liar I mean I didn't go to a whole lot of live shows but I missed that I must be able to go see a live show. And you know it's it also sucks because every time I go. I did go to see my my family for a very brief moment. We actually were picking up a car My mom was like I've got a car for you like great. So we drove out to Wisconsin and just like. The worst thing about that was like just sort of. Like waiting for two weeks afterwards to make sure that I was not infected and or did not infect my fam- my parents, my seventy plus year old parents right and that's the thing that really. Affected me that the most and it's just like you know. In meanwhile, my wife is down in, Florida because her sister's having a baby she just got under yesterday. Yeah. Okay. How's she doing? How's Hannah? She's great. She's doing really good. She's like she's been doing diary comics about our our horror movie watching for the month of October o fun people find that they can find it or instagram She also is like she's you know she also is doing her own like she's. Does her. Shelter does for astrology and Tarot for her diary Comex. So if you're into astrology Tarot or horror movies should definitely check out her. Instagram at just at Hanna K. Garden, Hannah same forwards backwards with H on both ends. K. Garden and garden just like it sounds. I'M GONNA I'm on instagram now so I was obviously late to the party, but I'm enjoying it. I think instagram is a it's a bit of a safer space for me. Social means go I don't. Yeah. I mean. I. I did sign up for a did sign it backup for facebook for a little bit just to as I said, hector people about the election and I just realized I don't have anything to to hector people about I like seeing you come back for a minute. Couple of soapboxes posts for yeah. It's just you know my soapbox posts were just like, Hey, you know I don't love Biden but like Biden better than the alternative and also wear Goddamn ask you savage his right. I did I didn't flea market this this weekend in a seventy seven woman came up I'm like, Oh, you know she was chatting. Sake I'm like. Doing really crude I'm just trying to keep my spirits up, but you know what and she took her masks on say he's masks work I'm just like I'm like, yes, they do work and I just like I because I'm just over it I've had kicked people out like I've had to kick people out of the consignment shop I wear workout because. They're just playing peekaboo with their mask. On, and it's just like it's so demoralizing to see people do that that just. Where they know. I mean it's not just because it's like. Not just because it's effective but also because it's shows people you care about them and their health and it's like we're all and it's also like we're all in this together. That's what it said. If nothing else it's a signal that we're all going through the same thing totally man. COVID. I would still wear one after I was clear. Even, with a robust body full of antibodies, just because the message it sends like you said, is hello I'm chuck and I care about people right we're here together and hey, why don't we just like work together to get through this? Yeah. It's just it's a no brainer. Totally. So just a mask Jesus Christ I don't like wearing them either but funk let let me just say one thing about the mask I. Did a clean out like I helped I worked with an auctioneer locally and I was helping him to clean out. which you know he's like you want this. I'm like. Okay. So he just like gave me. He was talking to the guy. Yeah. So I was helping clean out and it was eighty five degrees and raining, and so as you can imagine, it's humid and M- in horrible and I'm doing a lot of heavy lifting and I still kept my mask on and if I had to go for fresh air I would go out whereas isolated and I would do it, and if you can't like walk down the street or like in a room. For five minutes without wearing a mask. I don't know I mean I shouldn't like my my experience isn't universal. I should acknowledge that but at the same time. If I can go through these adverse conditions where mask for like eight hours most of eight hours in a day right? It shouldn't be that big of a deal to put one on in store for ten minutes. Yeah anyway agreed. Sorry. We're actually here to talk about artificial horrors and not the horrors of everyday life. Yeah. Man and you turned me onto a new movie for me return of the living dead a movie which I had never seen. A movie written and directed. What's The guy's name? It's Dan o'bannon. Background here because you know way more about this than I do so Dan o'bannon, he got his start He worked on the movie. He wrote the movie dark star, which is directed by John Carpenter. It was sort of a horror science fiction comedy. And then he went on to work, he did some special effects work on. Star? Wars. But then moved, he just became like a screenwriter. He also wrote a book about screenwriting that you can check out this supposed to really good. Credit references a lot of the a lot of the stuff he's done. and he Like and he also some of the other stuff he wrote he wrote the screenplay for a screenplay for total recall. Thunder you screen crazy fan favorite movies of that era. Yeah. He just like you just don't hear his name that often and you're just like Oh this guy is. So. talented. But this was given, you.

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"joe garden" Discussed on Movie Crush

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02:55 min | 1 year ago

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"I would never because it can't be done but it's like you know just like having the presence of mind to actually craft a I'm just skip that part so it's like a little bit joke that they you know they were doing the corridor Scott Spiegel was doing this sort of like he had the gooseneck lamp and he's like just doing that to Sam Raimi just to make him laugh he's like we're going to put that in there oh well they did the whole thing the turn the whole mm-hmm and it is like both hilarious and it's really unsettling yeah it is it works on both I mean unsettling when the deer head comes alive yeah but then so silly when Bruce Campbell's doing the leg bins yeah and he's like he's laughing until finally he stops laughing he's just starts screaming God uh and then everything shuts as a noise outside everything shuts down and the lease of silent yeah and just shoots and it is like silence silence silence opens the your and his tackled Jake but there's a great thing where he's like he's clearly as they pointed out in the director's commentary like you can clearly see you if you were standing at the door that somebody's charging at you for like three seconds you'd be like just like even though I never thought about it because it so effective is the same as a jump scare well this is when everyone's brought back together though yeah and they all meet up or not brought back to you other but introduced to each other and we get ash locked in the basement with Ted Ted Ramey Henrietta suit fruit hey friends movie crush land you know that I love my.

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11:03 min | 1 year ago

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"Hello is the laugh the last part of that bit uh-huh allowing guests hey everybody welcome to movie crush that was Joe Garden's great idea start off this great great evil dead tribute with the words from the book of the Dead Yes the book of the Dead Legend has it man I'm doing okay it's been a I think we ran into each other at the cafe nearby now so funny ordered a sandwich I turned around and you were just lurking there like slash Hello Charles of all the places I guess it was the closest sandwich place to the New York studio which is where we are there's a there's a starbucks downstairs but you know why why go for starbucks making support a little independent little big independent bakery that's right the grandmas Baker yes had a delicious sandwich delicious pen or Shukla that's chocolate croissant for those of you that don't speak French so I know what you're how you're doing caught up in talked a little bit of slasher movies in the in the bakery yeah and I told you kind of catching up on some of these things I'd never seen before which is super fun it's nice to go and it's still amazing what how many horror movies are out there that yeah t to catch up on you hadn't seen the burning and I wish I hadn't seen the burning and this is the first year I've seen Halloween three seasons of the witch which is the one without yeah I've heard that's really good it is bad and good it is it is like it's it's well it's interesting because like the there's a there's a romance between a forty eight year old and twenty two year old is really kinda gross like every other movie yeah but the twenty two year old in this case happened to be the inspiration for Manhattan the real the actress dated Woody Allen when she was seventeen I know Manhattan was your favorite movie at one point it was for a while and now a little bit even a little bit more problematic now that you know that yeah he made his oh we never had a relation and she was like yeah we totally had a relation yeah the the real person was the actor in Halloween three three season of the wet season of the witch and it's actually funny because you're like you know you watch these season of the witch and you're laughing and you're just like Oh kind of rolling your eyes but then at the last twenty minutes it's just really starts to get it really starts to get to you and then you just like it's really creepy and effective and you know I think it would be that would be a key that would be a great movie to remake where you could just like iron out smooth out the rough edges make it you know put better actors Erin right it's a good concept it's a really good concept it's a fun fun video dromey almost yeah I look forward to this becoming another thing having you on and doing horror movies I am happy to do so we can do whatever we don't have to do horror but it's just you can turn me on to so many new things I am all about well we were we were talking about Texas chainsaw massacre two now that you've seen Texas chainsaw massacre for the first time and had the had the crap scared out of you now you can see Texas chainsaw massacre two the crap scared out of you and laugh as well because it is bonkers and it's you know it's this hopper versus leather face the chainsaw battles all you need to say all you need to say it's like chefs beautiful is I don't want to spoil it for myself but is too because at the end of wine we see leather face just sort of I mean I guess he cuts his leg but he's of angrily doing his little Shimmy shake chains on that's the last we see of them yeah so does to pick up right after one or is it a totally new thing it picks up a ways after one and it's just like a little bit more you know that was just a very contained that was very contained in the small group of people in this is this is sort of the running loose in Texas countryside or not really countryside but right what seems like it's Austin it's it's really fun I lose in downtown las take this Imos Congress street shelby mind but we are here to talk about well we can talk about whatever but evil dead two orig- originally but I think in some of the press materials evil dead two dead by dawn yeah it was like the official title is just evil dead to ride the poster's Tagline Dead By dawn with such you know it really kind of became part of the you know almost became a de facto part of the title because people thought that way and that's in the movie you know Dead By dawn we are the people who we are those who were at shelby again actually wrote the line down we might as well say so great we are the things that were shelby again it's so good it's really funny how quotable the movie is just like there's just so many little little lines that pop up if you listen to listen to a fair amount of dust royal in is like electronic music in the nineties and samples of evil dead were pretty much Oh yeah already you know there was let's go groovy I'm sure yeah it was like skinny puppy the rural thing Cox the shame in you know all those bands like just added to build entire songs around wow evil dead samples and it was you know it's pretty effective sure on but yeah so the whole story behind and evil dead is pretty interesting because this is like this is their Sam Raimi's third movie with Bruce Campbell and moving well this is thirty Seattle released I should say they sammy and Bruce Campbell and a bunch of other people Scott Spiegel brothers the Coen brothers were others were involved with them but they like a lot of these guys dropped the the con brothers grew up in Minneapolis but there's a core group of people that grew up in Michigan and went to school together and they made all these eight nine movies together right and you know it's the kind of thing where they would just get more and more complex and then they'd start he's you know the start with simple fund movies and they start to learn a little editing tricks and so on and so on so by the time they're in college they figured out a about how to construct a story not always very well but as they got a lot of the tricks and they Developed a style for sure Oh yeah absolutely Sam Ramey finally finally rob tapert who was the producer was started researching like well how do we make a movie that we can sell and they find they are like well let's do a horror movie all these horror movies made you know start out with low budgets with beginning directors in a made a prophet so Sam Raimi was not really a huge neither Sam Raimi nor Bruce Campbell huge fans of the genre they weren't well they're probably better big horror movie fans now but at the time there's like whatever a woman a horror movie why not it's funny it's still that's still the case in horror movies still stand and is a very effective way to do a movie on the cheap we were talking about this and one of the round tables you know to do a slasher movie you can you can go camping and shoot a movie these days with the Digital Camera as long as you have some attractive youngsters and a couple of knives in a good concept you can still go out and and a lot of corn syrup in Red Red Dye you can do some really good like it's got to be a good concept around is trash you can do it on the cheap yeah and there's like you know you don't need a you don't need a giant set you don't eat anything you can just like in this case in the case of the the first evil dead they just had a a cabinet Tennessee that they went to there was not heeded and they had a house that they were staying in then while they were staying overnight at their house some locals came in stole all the power tools they they left behind all the expensive editing all the expensive camera tools our camera equipment but they stole their power tool so Sam Ramey ended up spending the night in this freezing cabin protect everything to guard the stuff yeah I've I've tried to sleep working a off Mike and I started screaming save it even though it was my fault because I brought it up but evil dead one is the one I'm least that have seen the least I know I've seen it uh-huh and maybe even a couple of times but seen army of darkness a lot probably my favorite although evil that was right neck and neck but I remember we're seeing evil dead two for the first time this came out in eighty seven and I think I saw it at a midnight screening in had been either Eighty eight or eighty nine when I was junior senior in high school and I wasn't you know we talked about it I wasn't horror movie kid and I wasn't midnight movie Kid I just sort of got robbed into it with friends but I remember seeing it and just like not having ever seen anything like it before my life yeah I remember the first time I saw was in like early in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight but it wasn't theatrically I think glass hemos here I said we had one movie theater Ryan and I just you know is certainly didn't play evil that due to but they had you know I went to a friend's house and they had rented evil to and you know at the time I ah I was watching I was watching horror movies but I always like to think I was smarter than the movies it's always like offices so so I would watch return the living dead over and over again in the nine eleven dead movies but I always thought that it would be like you know I was like if you could see any of the seems I'd be Kurt's movie stupid yeah and so you know I we stayed interesting because that's not you now oh no no no now ahead of this discussion with my wife who says Hello I she by the way just a quick plug for my wife sure she's a cartoonist. Brian if you follow her at Hanukkah Garden you can see some of her like she just she has diarrhea autobiographical stuff H in H K Garden Yeah Okay and she has a p trey on as well so but you can get a feel for it and if you decide you want to throw a buck into the plate you can just go to patriots you know there's no minimum there's no minimum the way we were talking about that and it's like it's very easy to just shit on something yeah and watch something and thinking you're smarter than even better than it but it's.

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03:45 min | 2 years ago

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"Yeah. I did too. I'm like, yeah. It was fun to see you know, it was fun to seal. That's like it's fun to see people taking it seriously. Like, I said, I will go see I wanna go see every horror movie, but I will go see a lot of horror. Yes. Yeah. And finally movie going one, oh one what's your routine? Joe? Okay. My routine is changed slightly because our there's there are a couple local local theaters like there's one in Woodstock, and there's one in Saugerties, but they only show movies like in the in the evening, and which is great Saugerties has a five dollar cheap movie night. Where you go on Mondays and Thursdays. Yeah. But I won't go to that. Because it's like, Ed rather be home. You know, I'm I'm getting older. And so my wife, and I always go to see matinees where. Yeah. Whenever possible. But our local mall theater closed down recently. So we've had to go further for the matinee for the matinee. So it's like it happens less often and the theaters a little bit smaller, we wound up we wind up a little bit smaller. But I always try to go is dead centers possible. At some point. I got fixed in my head. You know, maybe when I was studying film and video in in college like, you know, what you should be in the center because like that's where you the best vantage point viewpoint into like, you get the full effect of all the sound, right. Always do that. And then we'll always get I always used to maybe just get popcorn and maybe a soda or something like that. But ever since I started evidence, my wife, and I were dating we would get we get a large popcorn Newmarch soda. The popcorn has to have tons of butter. She made a great comic about that. Where it's like, you don't know. It's just like six panels for you don't know what he's talking about. It's just like each panel is she's like she's just pretend you're drowning small animal. Enough to make it seem like it's really unhealthy. And then at the very end it shows. Reveal self-serve water machine. Yeah. So we get popcorn with lots of butter. And then we also get like a like the sodas always the large and I've been trying to get I don't like to have caffeine, usual as I drink caffeinated soda, right? I try not to have caffeine after a certain point in the day. So I'll get like like. The pink lemonade and seltzer mixed so sweet sweet. And that's my jam. That's what I love to. That's like such a a solid tradition. Nice. Yeah. I don't. I mean, I I my moth- eater is supposed to open up. It looks like they're doing some work some renovation. Okay. So yeah, it it went away. But I think it's some bag opening cool. Yeah. So yeah. Awesome. Man. Thanks for coming in. I thanks for having me. I you know, it goes without saying, I love the show so much. Thanks to you agreed to to have me. Yeah. You know, we'll meet up maybe you can do like a horror movie special will meet up in New York or something. And the fall we can put put it out in October as I would love to do that. All right, man. We'll do. All right. Thanks. Alright everyone hope you enjoyed that. So good to catch up with Joe. And if we had too much of old pals catching up in there, I'm sorry. But that's what we do in here. We we have a conversation. Just two people turn their phones off talking to each other. Sometimes it'll go down that path and had a great time catching up with Josie what he's up to these days. And I really mean it when I say.

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04:10 min | 2 years ago

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"I was looking and then it's like that was a definite hard are a was a are. I'm surprised you took me to it. It was like, you know, I think she knew that. I would you know, I had an interest in fantasy and science fiction or so she was you know. And then like so that was uncomfortable. And then like decades later, we went to see oh shoot. What's the name of the movie? It's a Angelica Houston. John cusak. Melanie Griffith Griffith Griffith. Yeah. Where at the end, it's, you know, Houston tries to seduce her, son and. I don't want to be watching this with my mom. This is really uncomfortable. And then you went home and watch David a Russell spanking among finish off that for mayor. Yeah. Yeah. Let's let's get out of here and get into something more relaxing. All right. Number three. Do you walk out of a bad movie? I have walked out of one bad movie, man. What I don't know if you're gonna like this. It was all of our stones the doors. Oh, 'cause I was just I it was it was a free screening at the university of Wisconsin. I remember going there. And to me of getting a free movie ticket was like a huge deal out. Sure. I felt like I was like, yeah. I get free movie. And that was the most exciting thing. And I just felt like I was just being subjected to this sort of this narcissistic self-destructive guy, and I'm just like, you know, what fuck this. I can't guess anymore. I'm out, and then you know, I haven't walked out of a movie since then. Wow. Because I've always sort of tough it out through the end. Yeah. You know, I've sat through Howard the duck in the theater. Number four. I Taylor to the guest in. I'm gonna go with what is your favorite American horror film? What's funny should ask my guilty? Pleasure. Movie is guilty. I did just gonna shoot it out there. Anyway, to your question, my guilty pleasure movies heavy metal because I know it's terrible. There's some good. There's some great animation. There's some it's got a stellar cast. Like John candy Eugene Levy, it's I think teaching teaching Chung in it anyway, probably squat a great cast. But it just so dumb. It's like you want it to hold together as a couple of really good segments. But it's just like, but I watch every once in a while. I'll be like, oh, this is terrible. But am I wrong? Go back watch it again. Like, don't we feel great poster though, one of the great posters of all time? It is so good. Yeah. The LOC NAR, but if they were to American horror movie. I'd have to say it would probably be evil dead two. Evil dead. It's interesting because I think you have the spectrum of evil dead evil that two army of darkness and evil dead. I think is really good. But it's a little, you know, it's budgetary constraints show. Yeah. A little bit more evil dead or army of darkness is funny and action, but it's a little bit too slapsticky for me, but evil that too is just it's that sweet spot because it's like, it's it's got these this great physical comedy of like like the great physical comedy of Bruce Campbell. Like, he's such a good. He such a good physical actor. Yeah. Like the way he's the way he moves like the the scene where he's in the laughing room. Yeah. And he's like sort of mimicking the lamp. He's an it's the way he's like he's able to like his face. Just look so horrified to get toward it. It's funny. It's scary. And it's like it's it makes it like is a well executed like it's well executed plot with everything. But there's so many other good movies. Get like the forementioned get out the which, you know, the original Halloween. I like the Halloween remake..

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03:08 min | 2 years ago

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"Where's and people are being people being punished for the Friday, the thirteenth style for taking drugs or being sexually promiscuous as quote, unquote. You know, it says about our that says a lot about our reaction as a society to them, you know, and same with like the movies like invasion of the body snatchers in the fifty days. That says a lot about like, how are fears of communist was like, what are the horror movies now saying about us as a society? Right. It's like, you know. That there are a lot of forces. I'm not I mean, not their forces that are out of our control that we just were are powerless to stop. But I mean, maybe that's. You know, there's definitely that. I mean, not in a supernatural or an occult wave just like in a way. Like do. We really. You know, do we feel like we have we feel like as we are supposedly being brought closer together by social media. Yeah, we're sort of like being driven for their part. And we're losing our agency. And we don't have we don't feel like we have the power. We once we once did. Uh-huh. No. So I think maybe that's maybe that's what's going to come up when things like the witch sample like that's what you can read from stuff like the witch get out though, that's a little bit more pointed. Yeah. Anyway, that his movie looks great. So fucking excited. The I can't wait. I and as the trailer for the other the guy who did hereditary his new in a really, yeah. No. When is when is the movie, I'm not sure, but the trailer dropped like last week, and it's it's another sort of folk horror hikers wander into this sort of Swedish village where like there's some wicker men types shit going on nice. Yeah. Another covered of which. Yeah. There's something happening there. Yeah. I've been I've really loved the I've really love being able to go see decent horror movies in the. I mean, even some of the like the ones you wouldn't expect are good like. Is it unfrosted? There's like there to social media besa right movies. There's like one. Yeah. One of them is I think unprinted is. I think that's there's unfunded unfitted dark web. The those those two are actually really those to help were really effective because it's like they have a gimmick. And the gimmick is everything you see transpires on the on a computer screen, everything is within like with Skype and with like. Uh-huh. Email like pictures being emailed. And like, you know, the Facebook post and so on and the other one is like I think oh friend request is the other one. That's terrible. Don't do not watch requests that one is just hot garbage. Unfortunately, I decided to buy that one. Not because I I I had confused the two movies. And so I ended up with the bad with Blu Ray of the bat. Well, the end of this film is just again bat shit..

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04:40 min | 2 years ago

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"Come through the window. My God through that whole sequence was just like. I mean when she's she's got her face pressed against the glass, and the think that's the worst of it. Yeah. And it just keeps escalating and how fucked up it gets. Yeah. It's like I mean, even when she's like she's pressed against the glass, it's not even like kind of press. Like, she's being smashing your face. Like, you could see like breath on the glad. Uh-huh. And then she's pulled through stabbed a bunch of times the close stabbing which is super. I mean is this funny because I've seen it so many times. But I still like, I'm sure shudder every time. I see that. Yes. Stabbed directly into the heart. Yeah. The beating heart right? Which is you know, obviously, you couldn't have seen that. Right. But it's like, and then she's while she's screaming her friend is outside like going to -partment help. There's a murderer doesn't matter like just like flailing and beg the way she's moving really over exaggerated. And it's just like, it's so terrifying. It is. And it's so loud. And like you said, it's just so Connecticut and frenetic and. Just like it's upsetting. Yeah. Genuinely upsetting and even for kind of schlocky seventies Italian horror film. Yeah. At the end of it. And I had heard about this. I kill it's legendary. Yeah. And I had never seen it all the way through and after it finishes in the middle of a bright sunny day in Atlanta. I just like found my finches might finches. My hands my fist clinched out loud. I went cheese. Fuck. It has effect. It's just like it is like, that's I mean, that's why that's why I love this movie is because it's just it's not. You know, it's smartphone. It is. Yeah. And it's really it's not just trying to be like cl-. It's not trying to be clever. It's trying to it's trying to upset you. Yeah. And there's also some more upsetting details about it like originally when they conceive this. He he and his partner at the time Dario Nicoletti was her name as it was conceived. The students of the academy were ten to twelve they were really young like your not have made that movie without even then because they wanted. I mean, what they wanted to do is they wanted to make fairytale which is I mean, but there's all these things like make sense when you that falls into place when you watch it. There's like this narration at the beginning that sort of almost like once upon a time. Yeah. And then. As they go through the halls of the dance academy, the set design, which is also just amazing and just really surreal. The set design is such that like the place doorknobs at about chest to head level interest. So that way people would smaller. There was something about it that couldn't quite put my finger on. Yeah. The disorder, and again, it's just maybe it disorients you or just gives you a sense of discomfort. And it it does succeed on all that all those words and then Saudi way, she. It slowly comes out that the the school is not just a dance academy. Right. It's a covenant of witches and the head which is which you don't learn until like twenty minutes out from the end of the film. Right. And it's like teases out a little bit and the soundtrack is less than subtle parts of the soundtrack goes Which way. way, but you know, they. The cover of which is led by this one ancient which named Helena, Marcos. Right. You know in the. You know, she was born in the eighteen hundred and you know, she took it over in a supposedly die, but it has really been like high. And that's you know, it's not affective storytelling because they don't really reveal enough about Helene DeMarcus for you to really be afraid of her. Yeah. Just sort of like you're like every they instead of the plot. Deriving driving the scares. It's the atmosphere. That's driving the scares. Man. Oh, that must fear for sure. Yeah. I mean, they have it all they have the the the hulking.

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03:38 min | 2 years ago

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"I I mean that I suspect is one of the things in the mail is superior is a great movie without being a good movie. Yeah. It's like the it's the plot is like doesn't really hold up to scrutiny or the acting for number of reasons is like there's actually some there's some really good acting in it like Jessica Harper the star in fantastic and Joan Davis. I think is her name. She's her performance. She's like the she's not the head of the the dance academy. But. She's like the number two. Yeah. Both of the win. Those women are great. I thought the head and the in the sub head for lack of a better word, and there's like such a, you know, author so there's a, but Joan tavis actually she has a her background is in old, you know, classical Hollywood like like nineteen. She was a star of a lot of nineteen forties movies. And some new are like nor movies. So that's the thing is. So that's the thing is like, but you have to go into it understanding more of us of more of a sensory experience than I could coherent film. Yeah. You're gonna watch. And you also said to watch it loud. Yeah. And that's the other reason I waited instead of watching it last night and ideal situation at night and the darker, whatever. So it was a beautiful sunny day, but I cranked up the Bose sound bar. Oh, I cranked it up like those known in the house, but me and the dogs, and it is. Fucking like you talk about a sensory experience. Yeah. And I felt like that was a lot of the movie was just that. It was like, you're right. It wasn't about the plot. It was about sound in in color, and and just putting you in a emotional state. Yeah. The thing about the sound like the the soundtrack like the like really driving and it really like so good. It's amazing soundtrack talion talion band called goblin the right? This is sort of other known for right? This is I made it done other soundtracks. But yeah, this is like I've listened to their other stuff. And they're, you know, they're other stuff is a lot more just straight prog rock, right miss. Okay. But it's like not really my bag. But this this on-track is like it's otherworldy strange chimes, you know, electronic electric keyboard and bazooka, which is used very bazooka Greek stringed instrument. To really interesting affect and our Gento actually asked goblin to write the soundtrack before the movie was made. Oh, interesting. So that they kind of put the cart before the horse. I think they made some adjustments after right after they saw it. But that was like, you know, the main theme was created. Yeah. So affective. Yeah. And the other thing technically about it is that it was one of the last films. Definitely the last film in Italy. And maybe in the last western film to be shot with a three three strip emulsion process of technicolor. Which is like I mean, that's it's really wonky. But what are Gento wanted was? He wanted these really vivid hues. Yeah. And you got him. Yeah. And he got him everything is like based and like really bright red or red, blue and green. Yeah. Like the prominent especially red. Yeah. But yeah, it's all over the place throughout the movie also talks about like. Our other reference a lot of color references within the movie. Yeah. The room go to the room. Professor vertu grass..

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02:10 min | 2 years ago

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"I remember listening to that. And I came up by answer. I was like what would we regret saying? As took me about fifteen twenty seconds like oh, yeah. Yeah. The New York ripper, and I was like, I don't even know that movie it's directed by Lucia full CI who directed zombie. He was like, you know, it was a horror. It was yellow an Italian movie, and it was just about a killer. That would call like. Sort of talk like Donald Duck. And it was just like this just terribly misogynistic violence against women. Just like it just, you know. And I knew what I was getting into an example like it was just so. Horrible. Like it was like Dr not dark like. Yeah. It was like it. It was just nihilistic. Yeah. It's like it was Nyla stick misogynistic. And at the end, I was just like I just feel like a bad person for having watched. Yeah. And then like twenty seconds later as I'm listening like our own Robert Lamm has has his has his answer. He the New York ripper. I'd always like what the hell how does that work that there's two of us that chose this like weird. I wasn't even like I honestly wasn't trying to go out of my way to be like to be took like what kind of cure because I whom I going to separate now years after the fact right make it public. But yeah, it's one of those things I was just like it just made it was it the such a bad taste in my mouth. Yeah. And that's really the hardest thing is when you're when you're John fan and really really let you down. So, and that's the thing about horror movies is like I think that sort of made me a little bit more. Picky about the horror movies. I I watch known just because like I love I mean, it's really is my my favorite genre. But I'm I won't just go see everything 'cause it's a horror movie. It's yeah. So. Hey, everyone in movie crush land. Let me talk to you about interest rates.

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04:21 min | 2 years ago

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"Actually shot it down some some trophies I well, that's not just tropes. Some other things. I wanted to know if I could Joe Gordon just pulled out his pocket notebook social studies with We on. on Christ. Joe garden edition, so the most memorable movie experience that did not involve going did not involve the movie itself. So right, right. A love that you're catching. I'm such a big fan of the show. I the regular listener that it's just like that. I just think you can text me your shit anything. But so the most memorable experience was I was working of like one of the side things. I did as I worked at the state fair at a worker owned and operated food stand called Fred's for about ten years. And you know, it was a pretty grueling. You know is a pretty good job you deport for eight hours in the hot sun. It a twenty four hour restaurant food stands. And so, you know, one of the things one of the few you there's only so many times you can wander around the fairgrounds buffet like let's get the hell out of here. Yeah. So my friend western I decided we were gonna go. See we're gonna go see a movie, and so we went to the white oaks mall in Springfield, Illinois, went to see mystery men. Okay. Yeah. And we were enjoying it. Except for this group about like maybe between five and ten teens in court the back of the theater, and they were like they're laughing in like like just talking and they were like rolling Eminem's down the aisle on the like so just like being intentionally disruptive. And so I said to use the bathroom I came back, and I was like sort of like sitting there by the back of the theater going. Do I talk to these like, I mean, if you're if you are a teenager listening to the show right now, you should know that even semi confident people in their twenties, thirties and forties are terrified. So you can do whatever the hell you want. And I was like, oh, do I could front them. And just as I'm thinking this like watching the watching the scuba tease. I see this guy come up to them. I don't hear exactly what he says. He says something and then he sprays them with a fire extinguisher shit. It's like what the like. Like that. He like runs out the theater, and I'm just like, okay, sorta like walk back down, try your friends Wes, and they turn off the movie because there's this cloud shorter like. We're gonna have to find your money. Everybody. And that was the one who was just fed up. He was just fed up like me, it was sort of like, it was sort of like, you know. It was like a walking tall scenario. He took the law into his own. That's a good, man. It was really it was really unusual. But it was just really kind of in shock after I would like to point out that I was not the one who did it. And that's not for legal reasons. That's the absolute truth. That's a good one. So here's another social studies. Here's my haiku hint for buddy. All right, Giovanni Ribisi has seven syllables. So if you can. Yeah. Yeah. Like years ago. I was like making joke as making joke things. Joke listing on EBay, and one of the things I was made this listing about how it's going to how you would be able to buy an original high coup that would uplift the spirit and like samples available on request somebody said a sample. And so I said to set of a haiku that was I saw this movie Giovanni Ribisi. What was I thinking? And he wrote back like third deal. Even know what a hike is like, dude. I know it's supposed to be more pastoral. But that fits that's great. What else? Well, the last one. I this is interesting because like this sort of this ties in the movie, we're gonna talk about and that is there was what movie do you regret seeing like sitting through? I remember listening to that. And I came up by answer. I was like what would we regret saying? As took me about fifteen twenty seconds.

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04:15 min | 2 years ago

"joe garden" Discussed on Movie Crush

"Oh, cool because I was like, including like original headline lists from the like the nine eleven issue of the thing that we pitched man, I remember that will hand. Oh that really. Well. I mean that was like I I wish I could take any credit for it. I was there in the room. But I was just like I couldn't wrap my head around it. Right. But God bless them. Like, you know, Todd Hanson was the head of the time, and rob seek was the editor the time, and they fucking blew the doors off of it. Like, they they knew exactly what they were doing. Yep. Because they're like we we can make jokes. But it's like this is the tone has to be like not about the act itself has to be about what the how the collective, you know, how the collective ho America's collectively dealing with the I think that was like that's why it worked. It wasn't like there were no cheap there. No tasteless jokes sheep jokes. It was just well, you know, I guess the tastes the tasteful of the hijackers surprise of find cells in how story right could be argued. But that was very cathartic. That was a some ROY. Real beautiful violence written by John cryan who he was. I won't say that was his specialty. But that was definitely really. Yeah. Just like it was a. It was a smorgasbord of just horrible acts being visited onto the terrorists. I think. Yeah. Now did certain writers have certain specialties. They were like, oh, well, this is totally gotta be a handsome thing or like Joe garden thing. Yeah. I mean, everybody had that like I had regular characters. And I also do like other like I wasn't. It's great at the news format. But I think I was good at character voices. Todd Hanson was good at like, the sort of the sort of area man area man stories where it's like sort of. I got to be an area man to you know, you did which was one of my like great things ever. Do you? Remember, the headliner something about I was a deer hunter. I can't remember exactly what it was. And then I think it got dusted off and used again later on someone sent me another one. That's great. But yeah, I love it. I hope they keep finding me in the archives. Putting my mugshot up there. It's I mean, I think it's like it's a great picture because it's just like it's just like that's the thing that the best thing about is like about the photos. It's like they just had a knack for finding people and just being like, yeah. Don't don't do it up like jokey just like stairs. Just look straight ahead. You can you don't like don't smile to sort of look like a it's like so that way everybody just sort of looked natural and normal. Yeah. Yeah. That was the joke. The joke shouldn't have been the picture. Right. Unless of course, it was particularly hilarious picture photo. Edited by our graphic skies. Mike and Mike and chat at the time. Now, d still read the onion. He still did. You dislike I I haven't separate I separated, and I go back and went to the while. But I don't really I don't really that much. I think it's like. Maybe painful is the wrong word for it. But it's just like, I think I because I know how it's made. I just know it. I did have an interesting experience last year. I was I went back for the there was a comedy they had comedy festival in Chicago. And so I went for an onion panel. That was like a a lot of the old like a lot of the older school writers were for it. And we. Yeah. Which is really interesting. But I went and sat in on the writer's room for their pitch meeting. There's a lot more writers. And it was just sort of strange. Just I just didn't want to. I just wanted to sit on the periphery. How it must have been so weird really weird. Like, I didn't you know? I didn't know anybody really. And I was just like, you know, gothi who are these kids. It's almost like so young. You're watching someone make the movie version of of what happened with you guys..

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03:11 min | 2 years ago

"joe garden" Discussed on Movie Crush

"And it's like today need to do it like that probably could have done it a little bit more cleanly without having to go into space. But you know, sure Star Wars by that time had made a massive impacts. We gotta take JAMES BOND space that was it. Yeah. Yeah. You know? It's funny just the ripple effect that Star Wars had on all the all these other movies. Oh, yeah. You know now where you into that where you decide and so I would love I mean, I was such a huge like I saw Star Wars. I think. It's the only I mean, this is interesting too. Because like before Star Wars in air think they ever aired on network TV. Yeah, we didn't have cable, and I don't even know if they did run on cable, and if you were lucky to have a a CD or laser disc player eighties. Yeah. You could maybe see it. But there was you know, so we saw I saw it in the theater the Star Wars seven times Empire Strikes Back five times return of the three times. I was kind of right there with you. Like, I I mean stores came out when I was six or seven at an older, brother. And so we were we were in there a lot like it was one of those deals where my parents were like, you wanna go see this movie for the fifth time and real destroy us off, you know. Yeah. What are you? Why are you even asking this question? Just not get enough of it. Yeah. And it's do you. Remember, the skeletons? Now because they were when Luke comes back to the farm. Uh-huh. And he sees all the smoking wreckage. Yes. It in some cuts in early cuts. You could see the skeletons of uncle uncle Owen Bruce there. There's you could see their skeletons kind of smoldering, and they're even trading cards which had that image on it. And then I think they cut it. I I don't remember seeing it. Yeah. I'm pretty sure cut it away. They cut it out after a short period of time. So it's like, you know. Yeah. And if that's the case, you know, George Lucas was always like, right? Always like quick to correct. His what he perceived as his mistakes. Yeah. You know what man? That's funny mentioned that because not too long ago. I saw someone make reference to the skeletons and this was like within six months ago. And I was like remember seeing any skeleton and they're talking about what a hard core image. That was and I was like, I don't even know what they're talking about. And then I went and saw. Was there like I surely would have remembered that. So it was it not in there. I was in there. And they see I think it was in there. And then they cut it out to was it in a later. Go back and watch it. I mean, of course, I watched the whatever the rerelease. Yeah. The you know, sort of messed with it is in the release because I don't think so. Okay. I know there's probably stores fans that no the Zach answered. Well, that's the thing. It's like I'm hesitant to talk about Star Wars years like to record people like tearing their hair out listening. Yeah. I'll I know is I don't remember seeing the skeletons. And then when I saw more recently, well, in fact, when head tearing Gilliam on and he chose Star Wars. That's when it kind of came up, and I was like, wait a minute..

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04:11 min | 2 years ago

"joe garden" Discussed on Movie Crush

"Oh, well, I'm just gonna detour little bit. When I was looking at houses, the realtor we buy like what about that house? It's like a split level kinda beat up. We looked at it online. We drive out and as we're pulling inches like, oh, the guy that lives over there has a record sale. Like a couple times a year. He has rent a tent and has a it's a big deal. Like, he has like tables and tables and tables records like oh, you don't say, right. Right. And better. Yeah. And then we like we're walking around, and we go go in the backyard, and I see that there's a a functional although wobbly Mary go round like full-size Mary go round yard. And I'm just like, well that's for me. Yeah. It was at the house. Yeah. That's the house the Mary around. I would starve around. I mean, what am I gonna do on? Am I going to get rid of Mary around? No. Yeah. That means you're officially dead inside merry go round. Get it out of here thrown into the whole with all the with all the Legos in it. See those ever again. Well, let's go back to your growing up days. You know, we always like to talk about the movies and influence, and like what what was Joe garden is a kid like rewatch, and what were you into? I was well I grew up in the seventies. I think I mean, you're older than you seventy one seventy okay. But March shero, so yeah. When birthday March tenth all right? This March just a few days ago. Let's happy birthday happy birthday. I can't believe I forgot to to wish you, that's right. Forty eight and forty nine right? Yeah. As I'm getting closer to fifty putting a lot of stuff in perspective. Sure. Yeah. But when I was growing up, I I was born in Chicago. And we moved when I was when I was three years old we moved from Chicago to a small town in south west Wisconsin called Richland center. I wanna say we moved to that town. I mean, we moved to a house seven miles outside of that town. Right. So we were in the middle of nowhere. We were able to walk in the middle of the road for like a mile without having to be having to worry about getting hit by a car. It's kinda great. Yeah. I love it. Yeah. It's nice. It's funny. When I was in highschool. I can't wait to get out of here. Go back and just like, I don't wanna leave fantastic. Yeah. Similar here. But so, you know. When I we weren't really close to a movie theater. But I was always there was a few things I was always super into which was like, you know, the CBS movie of the week. And the thing that really I was thinking about this. The thing I really loved was JAMES BOND movies when I was a kid, I always just sit there and just like wait for the, you know, wait for time. We used to come up, and then it some point. I also started to get really interest. I just checked out some books at the library that had like they were sort of like, you know, the like those famous monsters of the film land and stuff like that, the magazines it would have pictures of horror movies, and they're the hardcover edition of version of that it wasn't like famous monster the film lab, but it was like horror movie moments or whatever just like black and white pictures still pictures from horror movie just remember like flipping through it like checking it out and like flipping through it just remember like some really like there's one image that I still remember I don't know what the movie was. I don't know. I can't because I can't remember the title of the book, I can't figure it out. But it was it was a picture of a woman like just a picture like shoulders up her head at an angle shed accent her head, and there was like blood all over except for mmediately around the wound rose like which is weird. But I was I was like so terrified and fascinated by that picture. Yeah. So I started like watching horror movies. How are you at this point? I was probably like eight to ten there and. There's.

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02:10 min | 2 years ago

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"And I have dogs to feed, and you know, my wife is she's working at a pharmacy and part time into pharmacy in the rest of the time. She's cartooning. So we're not like, she's a cartoonist. Yes. She she's had she mostly doesn't online, and she's had one published piece at an anthology called thirty diamonds one second. Pardon me. I knew I shouldn't have had a cola. Well, and also I want to say like when I say you dropped out. There was not I'm not like trying to be derogatory. Like, no, no, no. I've got a great new wife, and you bought a house that you were renovating you dogs, and like that's living out that bucolic sort of lifestyle is so appealing to me. So I totally get it. Yeah. I, and it's it's nice. I just I can't I can't deny that. It's been a fantastic experience. Just like sort of being able to rediscover myself. Sure, you know, the selling stuff that like the the secondhand sales are just fun because I get to buy have like a it's like a treasure hunt. Uh-huh. Go to these you go to auction. Like, oh, this is interesting and do a little bit of research. And like one thing I found was a. Auction. I picked up for a pretty. Well, I mean who's going to like, I don't think anybody who. Well, maybe somebody would actually so I'm not gonna say how much it spent on it. But I got a really good price on it. And it was a box of what looked like manuscripts. You know, the the one of those binders called the like the script binders Brad's. But they have the long thing it was filled with those of eighteen to twenty of them. And I was like kind of flipping through them as what is this like, I wasn't like a script. But it was all hand tight, and I found like title page, and it was called it was called the comedian. And it turns out it was by this. There was a monthly newsletter. These are bounded dishes eating each bound. Addition was a years worth of monthly newsletters each month was twenty two twenty four pages of original jokes and gags that this guy Billy Glasson..

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01:53 min | 2 years ago

"joe garden" Discussed on Movie Crush

"I'm not it wasn't. I wasn't great at it. But I was I was okay. Good. Thank you. If you haven't seen it. It's a starring Patton house. Well, it's a an it's great. Oh. And who else? Well, Rendez, of course. Yeah. Joe Renta who still writing still writing? And he's I think he was. Yeah. He was at at midnight at at midnight and Hanson, Todd Hanson, right hot Hanson. And I have Todd is great. It's like if you haven't if you I can I can I suggest a podcast. It's not on the stuff, you should know network. Joe come on. Of course, you. This rise this Todd Todd Hansen on the Mark Miron podcast. Oh, he did get one of those. And he talks very it's like survived into two half. Oh about the union. And the second half is talking about his very real struggle with the with depression, which culminated in a suicide attempt had it's really honest and moving, and, you know, just and he's he's a really he's a really wonderful guy. In fact, the last time we hung out in he came up. We we did he and I have done some some writing workshops, Bard college, which is right by, you know, pretty close to me, and they have a they have a the bark. It's called bar. They have Brad comedy. And they do the bark and it's like a their humor organization. So we've gone in there and done a couple writing workshops with them. The last time he came up for that. We sat down and watched Mad Max me for the second time. Eighteen not Mad Max fury road me for the second. I'm him for the eighteen. And watching a movie without Hanson is a great experience because he's just like he will like he'll. How many times you see? He's just like will just be like vibrating with excite right point.

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02:49 min | 2 years ago

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"And I remember all clustered around the one computer in the office. That was connected to the internet. And watching it download. Piece for five minutes, and it was looked exactly like the onion same format. Same like same joke structures seem like same font. Even and they call the lawyer lawyer predeceased assist on it and another, you know, another four or five years passed before we actually went online by that time you could and it was an easier. Yeah. So yeah, that was an interesting. It was interesting watching it, you know, having sort of toiled in semi obscurity to you know, in Madison, we expanded to Milwaukee than we expanded the Chicago expended, Minneapolis. And then we're online and talking about us, and, you know, click Clack tap, it brothers are reading an article of the onions on. On the air and. How was so? It was just suddenly just like so flattering. It's just like oh my gosh. We we made it. Yeah. Even though we weren't we were still getting paid pretty pretty poorly. But it was such a fun vibe. Like when I visited a couple of times, you know, and it just feels like those were sort of the salad days of the onion. And everyone was like awesome. And all the writers. And I mean that you just have like Rockstars on staff. There were I mean there really were. It's it's funny because like there were a core of their people that definitely knew that they could they can sort of turn their experience at the into writing career into writing comedy for an incubator almost like like, Dan, fiber was one of the early editors. He's like, you know, he's went on to be one of the first writers futurama right now on the Simpsons, Dan Guterman who is later, but he's like, you know, he worked on oh shoot. What did he worked on Rick and Morty and some other stuff community? Carol Cole is at. Brooklyn. You know who? Sure amazing. She was like she was like such a rock at that place. Like, I can't emphasize how her sensibility was just like she was great at like raining in a bunch of like like lung heads that. Right. Like would just assume like sleep under their desk for most of the day and like getting work like getting quality work conveying into shape, and you know, she was a fantastic editor. And you know, rob Siegel. Who is now doing the wrestler? Really he'd rather. He wrote the wrestler. He directed wrote directed big fan. Oh, you wrote a few other things. That's right. You're in big fan. I was I had a briefer. Yes. Right. Movie. It wasn't good movie. I that's my CV shooting. Just include the the phrase did not ruin big fan..

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02:29 min | 2 years ago

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"Hey, mocking movie crush this. Charles w Chuck Bryant in the home studio pond city market, Atlanta, Georgia Friday interview, a dish with mile Powell Joe garden, Joe I met when I first started becoming pal with the people of the onion is pretty early on and stuff. You should know believe it was Jaren das- that reached out initially said, hey, him editor in chief of the onion. We like what you guys do next arm in New York combined ceus, and we did Josh. And I went to the onion. It's a publication. I had always loved and in mired to some of the best writing the best satire really there is came from the young in that era, in my opinion. And I went by Joe there in Joe is just one of these guys who like was immediately friendly and just super nice and just care. Actor Joe's one of those guys where they truly broke the mold. He is. He's one of the great oddballs. I've ever known say that in it such an enduring way. Love love me some joke Arden in he was coming back up from being Florida on a road trip, and we had been in touch, and he's like, hey, dude, I can stop by the studio if you wanna talk about the horror movie spirit, and I said Sherman going up, it'd be great to see you. And we did just that in the first time I had seen suspicious the talian GIO horror. Classic from our Gento. If you haven't seen this movie boy, hang onto your hats. I had long. It's about to say avoided. It didn't avoid it. Because I wanted to see it. But at long wanted to see it, but never got around to it until Joe force me to watch it. And it is something else not for the faint of heart kind of corny in some parts. Because of what it is. But also, deeply disturbing and horrific and beautiful and the music is so great, and it's just it's one of these cult classics that you got to check out and Joe has a lot of love for the film a lot of love for the John Russia. So if you are a horror film fan, especially a fan of Italian jello horror movies of that era than you're gonna really enjoy this. And I think you're also gonna like hearing about the onion and Joe's time they're pure fan of comedy writing. This is good when listen to. So here we go everyone with Joe garden on suspicion. Pry the have you tried the.

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