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"kronenbourg films" Discussed on Geeks Under the Influence
"Do the fleshy hyundai elantra no makes it seem like the seats are like two softwares. It's like a car and kronenbourg film jesus. Snl almost did that once. It was called the adobe. What do you mean they all must that there's an s. nail sketch about the. Hey hey we're adobe and it's just a car made out of clay. Oh see when you hit it you just take your hands inform the bumper back into its original shape and go about your biz. Oh wow so they were like one step away and one like really fucked up brain away from making it. A kronenbourg car wonderful Such pleasures show so new into stephen have a hard time raining. This inner is this. Because it's a deeply upsetting crossover. That's why stephen loves doing nights because he just sits there quietly collapse as the falls apart in front of him. Keys her i can do that. Destruction she's really quietly sobbing myself guy that likes to watch the world burn. So yeah this is the end propriety. We we didn't talk about the on the fucking free to the best. Podcasts richmond thing. Oh my god yeah. Galway do it. I'll i'll put a little bumper on the front of that just covering anyway. Well activated bo shows with the. Yeah i guess so. Yeah we won. Best podcast in richmond from readers. Choice from style. Weekly which very immensely cool but a couple of things. I wanted to touch on that. I'll also do in for free guy as well is that Though it very appreciated when and we appreciate everybody that voted for us and we're definitely honored to to win We just wanted to clarify a couple of things in the article that It didn't really mention the lengths that lowdown my my regular Co host on gui Is involved in the network and the show and he hears a lot of weight So that we could actually make it more than just g y you know it it. It requires a lot of help and not just him. But all the other show runners on the network Are a big part of. Why the gears in this weird little machine that we've created works And so like. I appreciate them naming all the shows and stuff but you know the the show runners are also really why those shows girls. Yeah kind of integral to the show. So and and also there's a weird statement about I was describing here in the conversation with the with the writer about what was allowed and not allowed and podcast in general and that kind of got misconstrued as to like our position on like how we are with. The show is that like in. The article says that. We're not problematic. And i wanna be clear clarify. That is that you know we don't we. Don't try to punch down on the show but the idea of being problematic is such a subjective thing that it's very possible that some people could listen to the show when there's something that might they might take issue with or not this because we get very colorful and i don't want to come out as a statement that like i know what's okay and not okay because that's just not the nature of the beast so it's more that we do our best to punch down and if it's called to attention that we do in some way shape or form we're open to hair in that conversation but don't come out with like you talk about dick's too much. We know we're comfortable with it. That's not going anywhere. So i just didn't didn't want to come off like we're playing. That was something that we're not because we get weird and you know the the intention isn't to be really fucking edgy. That's just us being gross in weird like we are with our friends and and if we cross the line you know we're opened conversation but it's not because we're trying to hurt people's feelings so exactly and that's that's it. They're so well that seems like a perfect place to button up this gross and we'd killed all the momentum on this episode. We can't go back to and be like okay. What other holes like style weekly. We'll be we mentioned the holes and also mentioned what needed to be said exactly so i think that that's a great time to wrap it up and you know go to bed. Apparently oh i didn't even mean that sexually but we'll say think so yeah for another gui nights. Thank you so much for.
"kronenbourg films" Discussed on The Film Buds Podcast
"From the office jenna fischer there we go. Thank you So Slither is billed as a horror comedy in. It's definitely kind of like a send up to movies like the thing you know And some kronenbourg films you know. He has talked about some of the influences of film before And it was you know something that he was coming off the heels of having written the scooby doo film The first one and eat also written a small film for a studio called trauma studios but this was his first real sort of chance at the helm And nick and i actually recently watched this one together for the first time neck. Would you like to to share your thoughts with the audience. Yeah so out of the two movies. We're talking about today. A slithering super. I prefer sluiter slither was a lot of fun. It's very you know it's you mentioned that he worked for a trauma studio and for those that don't know trauma is famous for their like really like movie. Kind of low budget hyper violence like kind of schlaug and Know that influence. I feel like has a hainault stuck with gun forever. It's most obvious. I guess in those first couple of films like so. They're in super but it's still there. It's still prevalent in gardens the galaxy and obviously with the r. rating for suicide squad. It's it's full blast there. Yeah sure yes. slither I want to say that gregg henry as the mayor in this movie is one of the funniest performances. I've ever seen in my life in any movie. Is these amazing. It was cool. I don't think it's Amazing or anything but it's it's fun steals every scene that he's in the same. It's the same the super greg. Henry's also super. And i mean he just he shows everybody up anytime during those who don't know you know from his bigger stuff Gregg henry was the the grandfather in guardians of the galaxy in the opening sequence with young peter when he's with his mother in the hospital But i think that he absolutely steals this whole thing You know it's not often that you get to see nathan fillion really. Just get to be the lead in anything you know just full on authentically more it. You know it's I talked about this when you're watching it. I like that james gunn. There's always these filmmakers that really understand certain actors and how to use them. So with james gun. You know you've got his brother sean. Gunn obviously All of this stuff. You've got michael rooker. Michael michael rooker is. This is my favorite michael rooker performance that i've seen out of also and slither he is. He's so so good. A plays the played basically plays the main villainy becomes the guy that becomes Infected the alien is the one that becomes their own. A bird parasite whatever you want to call it monster Or was i going with this. Yeah nathan fillion also in all of this stuff so stallone and most of it semester stones not in these first couple movies but And that said. I do love nathan. Fillion is just like a straight man lead in this but it's also.
"kronenbourg films" Discussed on Bollywood is For Lovers
"But nowadays you've aero academy you have all of these labels that have sprung up to two vehicles s.'s. Is and like grind house type stuff kino lorber Like criterion not the only game in town and it right now but if you listen to fill twitter they might as well be right e and there's still certainly the most popular and again like we. they're well regarded. We call it so we understand why there's essays that come with you love the essay. Say as and there's typically lots of good special features which. I don't really watch that often but something. You could be like a student film by the director so on the video drum. Dvd it has future crimes of the future. Yeah like the first kronenbourg film. So it's it's really like just trying to make a really good presentation of a movie and they have something called the eclipse series which is dvd's that are more bare bones but they get come in packs of five and there are also often new restorations of the films are often done in collaboration with the janice. Release them theatrically so yet. We're big fans the collection. Recently a couple years ago they launched the criterion channel which is a streaming service. It was another thing called film struck first and that was owned by time warner and then they spun it off but he criterion eventually was able to put together their own streaming service which must have been expensive. Yeah and film truck was done in collaboration with t. Sam never got it in canada so we we've never experienced. Film strapped seemed nice and one of the benefits of criterion channel of them spinning off doing their own streaming services that we did get in canada. So we have the the criterion channel. It is not necessarily all the films that are in the collection in fact they curate a lot of different kinds of film packages for the channel. There's a lot of different things. Step is always coming and going and there's always kind of interesting themed packages. We recently checking out one on kind of new wave. We're not new way. But contemporary korean cinema quite enjoying so we've long criticized criterion for not not not including a lot of indian cinema is basically and they have another one they have the cloud cap star another bengali film and they have mirrors monsoon wedding. Not even anymore mira nair. Yeah i owed. i believe. They're getting mississippi. Bella though it'll be good. Yeah which is really hard. Come to track down. So i'm very excited. It'd be great to see them. Put at salon we. We are not criticizing them at all for putting those films but they're terrell they know what they wanna do but in general that's it and they've also been criticized for not putting out a lot of films by black filmmakers especially black for lenders. Yeah as you were saying. They said there was a big thing in the new york times about it. Erna put a link but it was basically like Trying to nail down like okay. So why is the criterion collection so white. And what does this mean for film appreciation as a whole when one of the arbiters of taste is mostly saying you know french people essentially because that's got to be the biggest part of their catalog french new wave and japanese cinema japanese cinema specifically kurosawa..
"kronenbourg films" Discussed on I Read Comic Book
"Yeah a lot of really interesting. So i can't believe so much was covered in one book in just like five issues. I think that's how long this series is very very impressive. And i didn't even bring up like campbell and villarubia art because like that's half of the creepy factor the way that they drew some of the spirits and monsters in the book. Got in a way that only the movie twenty eight days later ever really got to me like secrets behind the veil of mike. Rapin twenty eight days later. Might be one of the scariest movies i've ever seen just because the zombies and the way that they portrayed them and moved and all that stuff. I felt the same way about this book that they're like similar and visual style. But like it's that level of creepy that actually really got to And campbell was able to draw very beautiful people and these regular ordinary things and pair them with in totally different art style. These grotesque monstrous things coming out of the walls. Coming out of people's heads. Like not in like a gory. Gross way like a kronenbourg film but like a this like possession kind of thing. We're like a demon is coming out of a wall. Like oh match creepy. The fuck out anyways read infidel guys is gonna scare the leadership of. Yeah i guess. Let's let's move on the. Let's talk about comic books. That are coming out on april seven. Two thousand twenty one. What are you both excited for this week. I'm gonna kick it back to uk. Yeah i'm excited for origins number six. The is claiming had chapman artist. Is jacob rebel. Rebecca colorist is petitio. Delpech and letters is by campbell who also does giant days. That i've been reading. A lot of mix was put out by boom. So you of have a you know a visual style or used to sing from boom. But i've read the first two issues of this on hoopla ready and i'm very engaged by it It's got a similar setting to the game horizon zero don that brian mentioned earlier.
"kronenbourg films" Discussed on The Film Buds Podcast
"And making them one of the most impressive looking kong's still in many ways. I think he's still looks even better at times. The new kong pacific rim rims. One that i really really enjoy. I think that it's fun. I think that it's brash. I think that guillermo knows how to have fun with the movie. And how to put in the right amount of human stuff you know without bringing down the movie too much and also you get yourself by doing you know his best bill pullman independence day speech you know kind of moment cloverfield which i think is also two thousand eight or two thousand seven at somewhere in there. Great movie That the first person shaky cam stuff isn't for everyone fun fact it's because when your head turns really quickly your is blackout and you don't actually see an image for a brief second whereas when the cameras moving around there is no blackout to it and so it ends up making you feel nauseous. That's what's happening in fact. Did you see this or did you. Like the sequel or not not the paradox. I liked ten cloverfield lane. I thought that clubs was very boring off brutal. Yeah and then in last Are not last place. But my last pick i i really like hemmed and hawed i was like what do i consider a monster. How big do. I want it to be that kind of thing And i ended up going with aliens. The second one. Four the fight with the queen alien at the end. You know once you have to put on a mech suit to fight it. you know. it's monster so i went with aliens for my last one. Nice yeah if i if. I had gotten away with putting monsters inc on my list. Pacific rim would've been on mind of. Yeah yeah now. The fist that hits the newton's cradle wasn't i wasn't sure there. There's a couple that. I wasn't sure if they qualified. Maybe i like jurassic park. I thought of and an american werewolf in london was one that i thought of as well i thought about like day. The earth stood still with gort. I thought about war of the worlds. If if that would be on my list if if we assume that if that was considered a monster film i think that would be in my top five spiel at one so i'm not sure if people count. I guess invasion film as like similar to a monster movie because then also were maybe opening up the door to like independence day. And i feel like we're getting further from it now here some that some other people have put so the thing. That's a favorite of many the fly the kronenbourg film. I don't know that's body horror. I'm not sure it's a monster movie. Yeah the host.
"kronenbourg films" Discussed on Just King Things
"They have a gap of time in between them right between the second one in the third one. Johnny shot in has like healed in that in that. So it's a fair amount of time and What they point out. Is that no matter when you land in new england with john johnny smith. It's always snowy and rainy and kind of gross looking blue tinted kind of i think it has to do with kronenbourg having to do two things at one time like he's doing the kronenbourg thing of like very clean character faces in close ups regularly. Like that's the engine of kernan burke film but normally the backdrop for that would be urban space right in urban interiors. You can't do that with this. I mean i guess you could if you re running around that like you're saying he kind of leans into the main dish -ness of the stephen king universe and so you end up in this really weird spot where it's the the way it shot in the tone is this kind of kronenbourg austerity right. Like there is nothing that is not You know belonging here in the shot and yet there's this kind of like natural fecundity. That's all out there. It's really weird when they run into each other. Although there is some really funny like kronenbourg interiors win. Johnny goes into see his his dying mother and he walks past that nurses station. It's a nurses station that is lit with florescent from underneath the counter. Top and and maybe that exists in real life. You know. i'm sure that somewhere it does. But that's like you know a darkened room with owner lich. Fluorescence is not. How real space is lit but a kronenbourg hospital looks like but I mean can we talk about some of the gross stuff Sure what do you think about the the castle. Rock strangler killing himself That was that that feels like the most cronin burgan right In sort of the broad sense because one thing. That is really interesting about this movie. Because i was reading the book and i was thinking like okay. We're gonna watch the kronenbourg film and sort of like as as i was reading the book right locking onto all of the things that you would think kronenbourg himself with lock onto and make a lot out of so in the book. We get a lot about. Johnny's like recovery period when he comes out of the coma There's all these surgeries that he has to do. Because the the ligaments on his Joints have atrophied shortened And this leaves him with a lot of scars of which in the book is also tied into this running theme of characters doubling each other on it starts at the beginning of the novel. Were johnny likes the prizes. His girlfriend sara. While he's wearing like a. Dr jekyll. And mr hyde mask and then in the novel this sort of splits off into a various ways in which johnny johnny doesn't have one double right. Basically every other character in in the novel ends up doubling johnny in some way from still send to the castle rock strangler himself to even sarah but here in this movie..
"kronenbourg films" Discussed on Whores Talk Horror
"Like he does I don't see that at all. But okay now he's not a bad guy. No, he's not a bit. Yeah. He has a very similar facial structure. You're right He doesn't have the dark players. Petered England's now I see what you're saying. Now he doesn't have their facial structure is very similar I do see what you're saying. Is All right. So. Aren't from black? Christmas? And then not the guy I was thinking of. And also Oliver Reed who was in gladiator and the adventures of Baron. Moon. Chosen. Oh He's been in like Aubrey's been an shit download a stuff. Once again Mendis nerd I, know he was in. He was in Tommy he was in haven't seen it haven't seen it. But Thank you I mean, maybe he was. But also you thought you knew who hindle is I was thinking of the other. ANYWAYS SO The Brood is about a man who tries you uncover an unconventional psychologists therapy techniques that are being used on his institutionalized. Amidst a series of brutal murders performed by strangely deformed children many. Have you seen this movie? It's almost knots, which is why I'm really excited to hear you talk about it. I've seen a few of current and Burg's films and. I'm kind of torn I can't say out I'm an. But I like his movies, but he has a style. That's for sure. So this movie is I did not know this, but I guess isn't Torius for being a film that he wrote following the Tumultuous Divorce and child custody battle that he had with his ex wife at that time his then wife belong to what he thought was a Colt. And so he did kidnap his own daughter in order to protector. Holy. Shit I knew none of this I knew that are apparently it's very well known though. And I did not find that out until I was researching this film. So it's definitely more of a psychological horror movie and because it's Kronenbourg I was expecting the movie to be a lot more grotesque considering it is a Kronenbourg film but for the most part, the violence, the Gore weren't really too bad and I was thinking the entire time I was watching it like this Cronenberg and then. Like the very very end there is is like super. And anyone who has seen this movie knows exactly what I'm talking about. But I'm not going to ruin it for you but I was like Oh. Okay. This is Cronenberg right here. But it was basically what I was waiting for like the whole time. Really. Yeah because like. Earlier in the movie the blood. Is Like here you've that end. nope. Earlier in the movie like the blood in the violence is just kind of like cheesy looks like almost someone like painted like red paint on someone's phase after their murdered instead of like face being crushed in like it should have been a yeah. So it's not scary but it definitely makes you feel uneasy like. His work does. So yeah, I would I would recommend it. But it's not his. Thing is his best, but it's good. I like. Well let's stick with visionaries I. Guess You could say and we'll talk about I watched the movie sisters speak. From One Thousand Nine Hundred Seventy two starring Margot kidder. Speaking of Black Christmas. And this one's directed by Brian Depalma. IMDB description is very short, but it's a small time reporter tries to give the police. She saw a murder in the apartment across from hers, and this is a movie that genuinely realize I now cannot say very much about at all..
"kronenbourg films" Discussed on The Really Awful Movies Podcast
"Impulses. This one carries that concede to the next level where the closeness is brought into biological proximity through colds and other viruses. So you can actually go and. Hiccup and were guests contract you one more would more accurately say that say a herpes simplex or a some kind of infection of some sort or some you know biological. Vector from a celebrity and. I guess the the protagonist is a sid marshes in employees the low Lucas. Clinic. Is the US has the very sickly and hail visage mean of one Caleb Landry Jones who was a terrific actor who would've thought would've made an incredible axl rose if anyone decides to green light a guns and roses bio pic. Anyway that's I casting a suggestion if anyone wants to take it and run with it. But now sit march is rather unscrupulous character. Who is? Sneaking out and using his own body is a kind of an incubator from this bespoke clinic and taking the the pathogens. Selling on the black market. So it's a really interesting idea and to the extent it works or doesn't is what I think has been Some of the the thrust behind some of the criticism behind this film now. I was thinking. similarly, you could throw David Cronenberg's crash in the mix of a concede that W-, this viewer was founded hard to get behind the dangling participle here but. That one. For those who haven't seen it. James Spader is falls in with a group of of the enthusiasts who. Like. To marry the I, guess because Fetish. Of automobiles carrying that to the nth degree by combining lovemaking with the dangers inherent of the high speed automobile. Racing really a great an interesting idea because obviously the pairing of the automobile and Illicit sex is one that goes back to when the teen demographic really came into being post war. He had obviously, you're make out points and the vehicles could substitute as surrogate motels for assessing really couldn't afford such things and make a point served as A. Way To get away from the prying eyes of the perennials and so the meeting like a causal, the direct. Link between the eroticism of the automobile and. And young was really A. On this case, sleigh older, I guess it would be but. Really, he kronenbourg worked at all the case no pun intended of of that kind of conceit in boy was at an interesting one and I think the third or fourth. Film I'd seen in the OVA after the a couple of years later into well into my teens and again, something that fell eminently flat with me for it's. Very very like a star can steer kind of off putting end. Sober kit that's been frequently applied to Kronenbourg films, which is clinical I mean literate literally clinical here with Brandon Cronenberg's work as the Lucas Clinic divide is your brought to life. Through cinema in not the most original way as wide has been used throughout cinema but very engaging, very very by chromatic color Palette and this clinic really comes to life in stand you have the the. The foreground and background coming into an standing in short con contrary indication when you have celebrity. Faces in the clinic that everyone wants to be one of whom is Hannah Geist geist is a German for ghost. And she's kind of aid. figure onto which. I guess different. I guess you know. How would you put on? Issues, she's the blank slate into which different. Demands and can be placed. Her Fan base says she's got a large. Large. Fan Base is a young actress in there is much speculation much like in current celebrity culture but who has had what done to them In terms of plastic surgery that say again, going back to the older Kronenbourg key Lloyd can seat from like. What is it? The film rabbit and the the grotesque lab in that one but. There's speculation about her vulva that's been. It's been it is the definite article or whether that's been specially fashioned in created for her now stinking as you is this your through Netflix's, there's a number of rather gross. Has. Surgery. Shows that have come to the forefront as Netflix is developing more what you could broadly be lumped into the documentary category if they weren't such reality TV driven drek but. A Beverly Hills plastic surgeon I believe is one of them in has these grotesque characters who talk shop about their. But rather sort of business in the interview I Guess Prospective Clients Sends you get get to. I guess go through the various The psychology behind and workout their. Work out there I mean what would you say pathologies if you WANNA call it that work out there the psychology of why they're getting what they're doing and in exchange for I think discount on some of these procedures whether it's jobs or a rhino plastics or what have you. They get. Exposed ends exploited through the wonders of Netflix in being no to I guess eighty different countries that the service operates in. So the Lucas Clinic taps into that vernacular and when March is using his. Own. Body to make extra money a bit there there's it's kind of got A. Bit of world's oldest profession of vibe to it but a other critics than I wouldn't be the first to remark upon this would have touched on the vampiric elements of this. They're all very warn white pasty characters who look like they have iron deficiencies and they're. You, know frequently injecting one another with the with various serums in that. So the it's a fair comparison to make. Now. Hannah geist has also fallen ill with another kind of disease hand. There's all these machinations about how. She could've gotten that and how she. Her how she comes to her end is a plot point that the film. Dives into as a rival company called. VOL- INTESA starts to Trying to encroach on the territory occupied by the Lucas Clinic and Cashing in on US liberty of bodily of. Bodily fluids and pathogen so again Very Interesting idea that the Brandon chronic explorers in one that thinks some you UK critic said wasn't overlay original because of the subject matter once again. I guess exploring what it means to. To. To buy into celebrity culture and due to a certain extent. I. Think some of those criticisms are warranted because again with the conceit of getting to get close to your favorite celebrity injecting. Injecting virus into your skin cells it's As celebrity culture involved. If you WANNA use that term but I would say people are becoming their their own celebrity and I think it's not as it's not as ivory.
"kronenbourg films" Discussed on Roleplay Retcon
"The Eddie it's via. He's got the Yeti. He's like a little spiky if there was ever a time for us to be correctly pronouncing Italian names. It is now hand gesture right Mr Mr Guy. I'm GONNA leave you right here for a moment until we can find out what to do with is so Relax don't say directly into the light. Know all you conceive. And that's just that's just a bad idea. Okay okay I'll be. I'll be right back. You just sit. Sit tight okay. Yeah sure. Okay thank you had. I never go back for okay. I'm kidding with me. Exits and heat with you. And he says like you were a little good at that which is concerning. Good at. What Gino Interrogating someone? I really didn't do to him. It's just words. Gto Luigi I feel like you didn't get to have your have questions for someone I yes. Why in the five boroughs is going on here. I came down here to beat. We beat a badger. I WANNA go home. I get my postcard or I'm rid cremated shot by now. Where is your home? Place called Brooklyn Brooklyn New York. The Big Apple. You know skyscrapers. We got the taxi cabs and we got pizza shops old boy. What are pizza and subs? Excuse me I gotta go talk to people over here real quick. I am tackling. The Shaq'll appears you just look at Latino on hold on Ben when he said are you. What Gino's pizza? You're like yeah now. He's like pizza. And you're like what's pizza cooled. Think sorry I'm sorry man. I'm sorry details. I'm sorry you're right I guess. Well it's better me now than someone else later right. I really thought you guys would be way more curious about Gino but I guess not okay. Yeah I'm fascinated by how it works. Also curious about Gino. I would like to sit down and tinker with if he's up for it but not okay well. Would you like tinkered with you? We can talk about it you know. I do not think he would be. Are You blessing? I don't my buffering but bus bossing buffing bluffing. What'S BLUFFING. Is that like a show or pizza to worry about it. I think it'd be good if we didn't cook around each of his bodies too much all right. That's that's probably a good idea. Gino what are you? What are you remember like what happened? How did you happen to make you know? I'm pretty new to this body and I'm not entirely sure what it is or just I just founded and it seemed to work out for me. I don't want to take over a living person's body if I can help it. Obviously checking seen something like this. Your your poltergeist. See me are you some kind of thing which ovoid Ian like a ghost. Yeah is a to ghost yeah. I'm not a coast but I'm kind of like a ghost. I'm not a dead person but otherwise yes I'm from up and I'm down now and I'm here to fix a problem and I think you are all here to fix the same problem meatballs dishes spooky as hell yes. I'm aware that my body is a little creepy. I actually agree with you on that. And honestly I don't know what it's offensive capabilities are but it keeps being more and I woke up in a room full of a lot of these things. So that's becoming a concern for me as well tell me. Do you have some kind of we obsession with keys? I don't I'm okay. That's just your French. Oh hold on the Ouija. We should really test this out and I get my case. Adami my tool case I just have wave them in front of you like like the baby. He getting any of this. Is this amusing? And he goes to kind of annoying actually all right. Hey even specifically don't like it when you do that all right we know what makes Gino take now. At least we know the data. He used a Gauche but he has a weakness. It's keys am I. Am I in here right. Oh yeah that's got to do something. Oh Hey dad this here. This spooky goes yeah. I don't know Gino. There were a lot of you. Can you tell me anything about who you are or what you are or where you came from not supposed to tell you too much? What do you mean? 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A dime is a coin currency on earth. Let's ridiculous Dwight Eisenhower on it is he a great man. He is a deadman. That's unfortunate I'm sorry for your loss. He was one of the president of the United States. I think I should stop asking what things are. We are going to be here for a long time. It might be. I think that the star Princess that you're looking for isn't here but we're also trying to find her and help her so. I think that we should. You know pair up. You're sure you're not her? Yes I'm just a regular person. I do not think that is true what I have just by virtue of WHO. I am what I am. I have some extra senses that I think you may not have. Do you know how I found you know. How did you find US shortly? After I found this body I went outside and I saw at the top of the castle shining beacon. I assumed it was the princess I was supposed to look for but she was not there and I think that's shining beacon was you. Oh well if that's true that the princess you're looking for a was there. I'm the princess. No I'm not sure that's true either but what I am telling you. Imagine one of my senses is I can sense. Hope and you are the single most brilliant beacon of hope. I have ever seen Gino. You've ladder. I don't know why I've accidentally made this guy like way more of a robot that I meant for me. He's like what is low. There's Yoshi is Yoshi here is there? I don't know does say Yoshi or does it just make general dinosaur. Sounds like frankly frank welker dinosaur sound I? She not sound like either dying like that. So that scene. If that's Yoshi unlike like Kronenbourg film anyway. Ucse airplanes pet Yoshi row row for BRO BY HEAD. Row for three to six for pet for three six depending. You're really good at it. So a sinner wasted parallel to them. Real good good job. He loves. He's like Oh yeah right there. Business say that. Are you guys to get ready to race ready to race? We got a car. Is there any like it's going to take a week? We gotTA start practicing. Who's GONNA drive now? I guess I've just been yeah. Yeah so I've been kind of just like this. This you guys talking to these people and learning has been like the time in the week But like yeah so this has. It's like a three seater. It's like a big like kind of like the size ends. Were of layout of like you. Know like an El Camino with the light. It kind of has the bed in the back and like but it's kind of more like a like a wagon made out of like pipes and tubes and stuff and has. It's kind of like a Dune buggy kind of thing like Kat yet Well except it's big.
"kronenbourg films" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"And it's it's hideous tragedy because it didn't have to be this bad if we had people in place Took this seriously and Took preventative measures instead of ignoring it for two months There'd be a lot of people alive now that are no longer with us and and and the sort of the excuse making and the blame casting that has gone on to try to avoid responsibility for this. I think is what fuels a lot of that. Well let's just open the economy. It's it's you know to me. Look you can't see the pandemic you can't you can't see the virus At doesn't mean it's not there yet dummy You know like the the you can't see the air you breathe but it's there it's you know it's the signs. Denial ISM that has taken root Particularly on one side of the aisle is just a a toxic mess That we as a nation have to reckon with at some point You know science science does not care about your feelings or your affiliation facts are facts and you know my good friend Bella Pori who has been on the podcast multiple times. She's a law student. There in New York She talked about She is a That she says I would not thought she goes. You would think we would have learned something from the AIDS crisis and In she says an. I am saddened that it seems like we learned nothing that in and I realize it's not total apples to apples but I think there's a lot of truth in that that it. It appears that the government chooses not to learn from these things Just for whatever reason And I think John. Oliver talked about it in his show. Just past Sunday about certain politicians are afraid that and I'm using air quotes helping people might become norm. Excuse for the federal government to expand Instead of just going yes there should be a safety net that we provide as a society. Well I think I think part of it is that we as a nation certainly got sort of use to the government functioning properly. We got used to not having to worry about what the government is doing on a daily basis That's certainly not the case anymore. Is it So so the fact that You know that Ebola was something that could have turned into a pandemic and rates through the US h one n one could have turned into a pandemic and rates race through the US but we had competent people in place. Who did the job of making sure that didn't happen? And then we dismantled a lot so Because when when a tragedy doesn't happen nobody really looks at it as a tragedy. Nobody looks at at it as a bullet that you barely dodged people look at it like It was something that didn't matter like it was the people like that wasn't serious enough to to pay attention to what frankly it know. It wasn't serious enough to pay attention to because people who are experts in this field got out in front of it and did something about it. So it didn't impact your daily life and we we are now reaping the rewards of not having those people in place and not dealing with things ahead of time. Now we're trying to catch up and you know the everybody's life literally everybody's life has been affected by this and the economy's been tank so I you know I think it's a for those who want to pay attention I think it's a harsh reminder of of The wages of ignoring things that don't seem to affect you could because eventually they do. Yeah one of the things that I think is as you talked about is the idea of you often on a simple terms When my son was a teenager my wife said you always make me be the bad guy and I said what do you mean? She's you're you're always coming to me with a question about. Can he do something and I said. That's because you don't see the things that I already shut down immediately. When he asked me and I go. I said so. You know you don't see those questions so then when I come back going okay. I'm not so sure about Getting your impact. You know you just think that's everything you're getting The same thing with the With the CIA in say in all these other things. If we I the things that they stop we don't are not necessarily aware of. We're not our successes. Those successes are quiet in. It's the failures that get shown. Yeah it's This is a I think. This is a lesson that will That will affect generations. We at least I hope it does You know it's it's this is a very harsh lesson in In respecting science so I'm going to pivot slightly This feels like the plot of a Stephen King novel. And he is one of your influences so talk a little bit about Do you agree. This feels like a Stephen King novel and talk about how last time we talked about. How Bruce's storytelling ability is influenced to writing? Talk a little bit about Stephen King. Yeah a lot of ways Bruce and Stephen King or sort of the the the twin pillars upon which I have constructed my career Without actually realizing it and the the connection is that the The same college girlfriend that introduced me to Bruce Is the same one that introduced me to Steven King Gave me a copy of pet cemetery when we first started dating? And I had the same the same with with Bruce In the in the born in the USA mania where he was the biggest thing in the world and and in my in my youth. I immediately dismissed that because something. That's that popular campy. Any good in my elitist. Mine at that point Same thing with Stephen King. You know every every book that he published a number one bestseller and therefore it couldn't be any good If that many people liked it and low and behold it wasn't just good it was great and really spoke to me. By the time I was able to Open up the book and and go through it. it really what he does the the kind of storytelling he does. And the kind of character work that he does is what appeals to me is both a reader and writer He always seems to be to be the guy who is telling a story around a campfire That That you have to you to hear the next chapter of or he's the guy sitting at the end of the bar telling you story It's all it's all right in my wheelhouse. Just the same as just the same as Bruce Stephen King is a consummate storyteller. And I know certainly for a while in his career he was dismissed. As the you know the Horror Guy Scary guy but I think I think he's certainly moved beyond Just that classification and his stories are certainly. There's a lot of. There's a lot of hard. There's a lot of weird stuff. There's a lot of you know. Twilight Zone esque Happenings But that doesn't just because they're John Restores that doesn't invalidate them as literature by any means. Yeah I agree I mean He. Is Somebody There are so many you know when people reach out in. We'll talk about it and you know in my immediate first reaction is dead zone was something that I read right when it was published in was amazed because I don't like her and my friend David said okay. I know you don't like her but you should read this book and And you know I read. The dead zone was just amazed. At how clear story? It was in how heartbreaking and In that was my gateway into a now than I don't read a lot of horror but I read Stephen King because the characters are so real. Yeah well it's funny you mention dead's because that was one of the other ones. That sort of lured me in And I remember seeing the Kronenbourg Film version which is just a great movie. And you know terribly heartbreaking and and you know and unfortunately very Very of the moment with Greg's dozens character being a you know a complete lunatic who is not who was not ready to be president. Not that I'm drawing comparisons to anyone in particular. I am certainly not agree that you know. I guess but the the you know the the performance by Christopher Walken and that and and just that storyline much like you it. It turned out to be not not the thing that I expected And just. I really found that story and Dead Zone After I had been introduced to that To to pet cemetery by my girlfriend of the time zone is one of the ones that I that I saw it out afterwards. And really just I think I had. I had gone into the store to get. Maybe Christine was the new one at that point. And they sold out so I ended up picking up dead zone instead and At still one of my one of my favorite King novels and one of my favorite novels period. I just think it's it's Such a wonderful humanistic tale I I really I really take a lot from that that book all the time. Yeah I two. In the the the the sorrow in of their bad timing as he talks about and I Guess I agree with the movie Who Knew Jed Bartlett That early could be that You know he's he's been both ends of the spectrum he has. It has been very much. So that's that's awesome So I one of the reasons I know we I wanted to have you on is You guys are in the middle of a kickstarter so before we get to the specifics. What why did you guys decide? As a publisher started kick starting to launch new titles. Or what? Give me a little bit of the background on that. Well obviously how we publish things has has evolved. I and I don't mean we as you know the publishing company ominous press that I'm part of I just mean in general that the the publishing industry in general There are fewer and fewer gatekeepers. If you will Certainly when I broke into comics this thirty years ago now You could work for Marvel or DC or dark horse or a couple of other small smaller publishers. And that was kind of it. You Know Dat was your way to make comics And if you couldn't break in you could you could make your own comic And find a copy machine somewhere and and produce your black and white comic and sell it out of the back of your term back to your car I guess In a lot of ways kind of like being an independent musician.
"kronenbourg films" Discussed on Nerd On! The Podcast
"Two one. What is everyone welcome to the nerd on update the show where we talked to you about all the things nerd culture world that were excited for that hit the news and, and to answer your questions to get us started. I am Josh am Caitlyn Ali, and I'm Tom followed by source connect Corey. Yes. Corey is joining us from the interwebs. But yeah, let's, let's just get right into it. Corey, what are you excited about? Okay. So this is something there's a rumor going around about e three this year that has got me my interest peaked. Yeah, I am a big fan of the series banjo, Zooey back in the day on the n sixty four rare played both the bench doing bench and conquer Cocker's bad for day. They have recently rare has recently invited a company called Missy here. Oh my phone just shut up on. So I guess that's great. That's my notes while I'm trying to also be under a blanket, and I might got don't area commenting on the common. Rare, his recently invited. I four figures that's I in the number four figures to e-3 and in the past, they have made collectibles for both banjo Zooey and conquer. So a lot of people are thinking there may be a new game coming out of either those series this year. He three I'm holding my breath Vandross, because we because the last one, we got was nuts and bolts, and that was a bit of a letdown. I'll be real honest. Yeah. I, I can see that happening. You know, see if eaves is not as amazing as, as active as they probably would were hoping lifespan that they. Yeah, it makes sense for them to want to venture into another territory. Try some of their stuff. I'm interested to see in which which consoles that'll come out for if it's going to be an exclusive or anything like that. I for one I'm I'm really excited for this. And it'll probably be it'll probably be like, just like, see thieves where it was like a share, you could buy at once and have it for XBox. I would love that. I would love the guys play any Banja because we game. And yes, sir. No, sir. No, sir. I did not man games them. You know, it's fun as we will be at three as press. We will we will. That's why I'm so excited. Nice just a little bit rumor I wanted to spread all the all hop on that because it's video game stuff. I'm pretty excited Cho's the division to raid dropped this past week. And I'm really excited because I really love the division series so far I have been have there been things that I'm like I don't like that. Yeah. But they've usually fix them pretty closely to being like oh sweet and division. Two is just it's pretty awesome. So the raid feature was something that when it was said that it was going to happen. It was always kind of, like well, destiny does rates in my mind, I, I was kind of new to the raid world and what that was into this day. I've never finished anywhere. They were the first to bring it to, to console shooter to the raid a raid to shooter. Yeah. No, my team, always drops out. So I've never finished a destiny rate. So that's fun. And this one, the damn telling you. Yeah. Right. Yeah. Actually, it's an eight people team and it's like four sections with four different bosses. But the big news about it that I thought was interesting is that the console version of the raid was not beaten for three days and the PC version was beaten, like, I guess, twenty four hours or something like that, to the point where like the next day people were already speed running it. Yeah. And it brought a question of like potentially did they make the console version harder by by accident? But yeah, the developers have even said, no. We're just trying to tell you how strong you are. And maybe you're not that strong. It's most likely the hard core. Destiny gamers are all PC. Yeah. Yeah. Well, and there's some there's something to that developers. No. Usually when you have a council shooter, there's a feature called auto aim. Yeah. Which helps you snap onto enemies. Yeah. Division has that. But it only does it. I think like right when you aim. Yeah, it helps you lock your name and then aim. Yeah. But it doesn't like help you snap to their head or snap to which kind of would consuls shooter. What's, what's interesting is that on that specific note, one of the, the members of the team that did beat the console version. They said you know, a lot of games there is that auto aim feature. Yeah. And sometimes it's like right to the head might it's like, auto aim boom, right to the head shot in this one. They're like you know what? Just focus on the amount of damage that you do. Because headshots aren't gonna matter. But it's, it's really razor interesting to me. Especially in this kind of circumstance is because you really do have to rely on teamwork. You do really have to rely on communication, which I've gotten to play the raid a couple of times. It's, it's really hard to listen to seven other people. Yeah. That, that's you know. Listen. Even six people can be taxing at for forget your raider. Yeah. The thing that I found if it helps you get any context, it becomes significantly less chaotic and easier to understand learn how to shooting the well, once you are with a group of people that you play with all the time because somebody's speaking voice, as opposed to who said that saying this who's over there we start building a plane. That's I mean, that's where the guilds come in, like being someone who did play World War craft for ten years now, we would twenty five man rat. Yeah. Those big raids. Yeah. See you're talking about twenty five different people trying to talk all at once, but you get the same group of people, you get your speech patterns your dynamic, and all that. Yeah. So I'm excited about the raid. I think I'm excited to get to, to to try it. So, yeah, Ali more gaming news mortgage us. It's a big week for gaming positive mostly. And this one is. Positive when something that we'd never thought we thought we'd see not quite exactly the news that we wanna hear, but it's, it's stepping and a big one, and it is Microsoft, and Sony jointly announcing that they're going to be hearing for cloud gaming. Wow. But we acquaint Nej what they're what they're doing is not as exciting as the fact that they're finally starting to partner on things, which is, I think the bigger takeaway. But specifically for this, essentially, you know, a few weeks ago, or couple months ago, Google dropped a pretty big bomb by announcing their, their cloud, gaming service, stadia, and cloud gaming is still kind of has a bit of a stigma to it. Of course, the big issue with it is lag. And when you talking about a twitch shooter like a destiny I dunno or division. Oh, interesting. Those precious milliseconds matter when you're an engagement and with lag that essentially makes those games pretty much on unplayable. Although that was a big focus for, for Google saying that we have the band with we have the, the data transfer capabilities to make it so that you don't feel the lagging, of course, for those who don't know with cloud gaming essentially is a comp- very over. You know a soup. Computer is processing the game over a Google and shoots out of video to you. So you can literally like play the most complicated graphical game on your smartphone. Yeah. Mazing. It's a pretty great concept. And it would save a lot of people, a lot of money because they could make consoles a lot cheaper. You know, hard-right we're getting into that territory. We have an Xbox One s that is currently on the market that as a cloud gaming edition doesn't have a disk drive, and it's I think it's cheaper. So that's just you know that's where things are headed. If we want to make the consoles little bit cheaper, Mortimore affordable than that's a one way to go. We don't have any specifics or plans with this announcement. But it's exciting that they're getting together. We'll like they're going to be using Microsoft's as your platform, and that's a pretty robust pretty well used platform. So we'll see. We'll see where goes excited for the Nelson anyways, I like Tom stepping in without retail language. Ceylan more affordable option. Well, not anything to do with gaming and very much personal. I have been very excited about this, like manga that's being turned into an anime called how heavy are the how much heavy dumbbells can you lift? I don't think they have an actual like, great English name just yet, but it's literally a show about a bunch of girls that go to the gym and work out the anime. No. I haven't, but just just I'm, I'm hoping as far as I understand the concept and all of that, it's just about, like this girl has body image problems because she got called fat by a friend. And now she's like trying to get you know into shape and be like a buff lady. Hopefully, hopefully, I know it's gonna be some inch elec- sexy fan services stutter but, but I'm hoping that overall, the message will be positive, and it's going to be a great, great show. But they just announced the cast and there's information about the theme song, which is like muscles ONA, a guy, which basically means like like muscles, please. And our own again muscle. Yeah. And it the show is gonna come out on July third. I would love if the American localization is do even lift, bro. Bre. For. I'm just I'm just stoked tabloid like buff lady anime show that isn't I don't know. I'm sure that some of you guys don't know what Keijo is. But it's literally like girls fighting with their butts boobs biting. No, it is super smash. Yeah. Yeah. It's peach, they're wearing swimsuits watching these on. Sorry. Allie, broody. Oh, it's hilarious. Don't get me wrong. I, I watched that maybe that's how you got into animal. Keijo really does your intro. I don't know. Well, any I'm telling ever. No, I'm telling you know, I'm quite excited for a dumbbell non Kito, okay, wrapping up the news section. I'm gonna talk about the most divisive. I think the internet has been jamming last few days report. From variety broke the news. I exclusive report out of like Matt Reeves Cam, and Matt reason for nosed rise applying the series that were brothers, slowly closing the deal Robert Pattinson to play the new Batman for the reboot for the DC cinematic universe, or wherever the hell they're doing nowadays, but it's been pretty marred in polarizing comments. But also, it's not really yet confirm brothers hasn't made in like a formal response to it, but the internet has lost its and also, but like Nicklaus Holt is also a top runner, so the right now the rumor is at route is too close and he's like the top top top second would be nNcholas Holt. But the internet. As we know the internet does with the internet, does this people who love it. Hate, it people who want Kristen Stewart to be cat won't throng, because I think God thing where people in the internet are can't forget that things that happened ten years ago, and computer Nord are acting career and my little bit about that. Is that in the last years, it seems that the hasn't learned anything because ever since the marvel cinematic universe, we got black Heimdal, and we've gotten a chunky or a thick, happy HOGAN, we've got an Simona command. We've had an Israeli one woman, but yet we're going to stop at a guy who plays a hearthrob in a pre a tween twenty movie to be to be Batman, forgetting that he's had a career afterwards, and it's been like a decade. It's been a decade. I mean, we also had Mr. mom being Batman and ever still says, Michael the best. Batman, comparatively. So got the same thing with Beth like we got the same. With heath ledger joker. Yeah. I, I was in the camp of when I heard my experience with ledger before was nights, tale, and ten things I hate about you. Yes. When he was cast as joker was like one of the people going around and you kidding me. What is this? But since then, I have learned to just shut my mouth and wait for it to come out. And there's a difference between knowing like, I'll be honest, if they said, Kristen Stewart, I know her acting as, as far as quality goes, not stowed repents has proved himself to be a good actor, and maybe he doesn't fit quote unquote fit the role but I'm going to wait till it comes out to make my like this. When people said, like, oh, bam. Benefit doesn't look good. Like everyone shut up when they saw the still everyone shut up when they saw the black and white still of the batmobile. You had the first time of the black and gray suit, and we haven't even seen still we were just using our, I'm going to this are bad imaginations to go about it take this in a positive direction, people like me, who have only other Domi movie of his that have seen is a goblet of fire. I haven't seen twilight great, I what, but that's it. So if I was somebody that wanted to maybe. 'cause my house mop bliss, okay? You see, it's a Kronenbourg films, which very like crazy, like almost like DM t trip, but, like he he's pretty much like going through a night and these going through all these crazy things happen to him. And it shows that he's got range. And I would say the same thing with Chris Stewart like a lot of people forget that. Like afterwards she got an award for, for a film that premiered internationally that hasn't been awarded in forty years. Okay. So it's like, okay, everyone we get it.
"kronenbourg films" Discussed on Collider Movie Talk
"Favorite. Clinton Clinton cell. I love Clinton and sell does a lot of the stuff with Aaron Oxy. I can't believe his name. Is escaping me. Right now. It's Cronenburg's though to guy freaking I don't know James James Newton Howard Horner. I believe I could be getting mixed up right now. But I love the scores and Kronenbourg films. They always stick with me. I it's always I dunno. It's kind of messed up maybe that I tend to think of movies more by the film themselves by the comp-, then the composer. I should give composers more of my thought process. I mean, I'm a big composer buff. I love like cliff Martinez and his work with row ref. I love average shore Zimmer is obviously done some some awesome work. And then, you know, people like, Trenton reservoir and the guy advocates advocates Ross, right? They've been making some really cool scores. I don't know. There's there's a lot of great composers working out there today. I'll give a shout out to the person who did the music on us Michael Abels because I think my favorites tend to be the ones that I listen to most often, and that's what I put on my running playlist. So if something winds up there, it's because I just obsessively like listening to it over and over and that is a lot of John Williams, the Star Wars scores and also John carpenter. I'm like weirdly addicted to, but in particular, for some reason, I got very caught up with the new theme for for the Halloween movie. And in particular, I can't stop rewatching the video that I took when we went to that concert, and he bled. The seventy eight version into the two thousand eighteen version just so. Beautifully. Because when when they when it has that little part where they connect. It's just like I get chills all over again. I love it. And so it actually it was Howard chores as you said it I was like, oh, it's not James Howard short. But also, and again, I'm only getting the first name, which hopefully this time I have right? Oh, it's a siren. I thought it was Mukuba. It's. Daniel something so good. Who did this this scarf for into the spider verse and King Arthur, and he has he did oceans eight he has really rhythmic fun music. And I love his stuff. Good list. They're all right next. Question comes from Louis e della penna who asked if the X men are not teased in vendors endgame, what other characters would you like to see hinted, maybe in a post credits scene? Jeff has. Oh, yeah. I knew we were going to get a snarky answer to that. One. Anyone come to mind for you Haley. I'm not I maybe I'm just being optimistic that Feigen the team feel the way that I want them to I really want this film to be focused on now instead of suffused her you got sixty eight characters to get what are we to add another one to the mix for? Yeah. I know I think I actually I side with you on that. I mean in this particular case as much as I love, the tradition of post credit scenes, and I like the discussion that we get to have after I think in this particular case because endgame is supposed to feel like an end, let them have their moment. I mean, I have this feeling like we're gonna get those original avengers and basically be sending them off here. So I just want them to have that last moment for themselves because we're talking about a significant amount of content here. And I think I wanna walk away focused on them. I think what I would enjoy more in a post credits scene would be something just off off the cuff like the. Schwab seen in the first avengers. That celebrates the movie you just watched instead of one that coming. That's coming down the road. I will take that. If that being the case swarm a callback. Yeah. I like that that would be really nice. All right. Keep my fingers crossed for that. While we jump into another question. This one is from Eric new Guido who asks the new toy the new trailer for Toy Story four got me thinking if you could make a toy and have it come to life today. What would it be? What would you name it? And what would you do with it? Whoa. Any towing? I guess any. Yeah. Any toe you want can I make a personal assistant? It's a really smart answer. Actually. That's what she can what toy would you? Would you have as a personal assistant? Oh, gosh. I guess a cat a talking cat that has a better memory than me. Like, Hello kitty. That's my you know, like a young British girl, Google it. She's not a cat. She's a young girl dressed as a cat. It's very upsetting. So sorry to tell you guys this. I don't know what the name would be. But definitely talking cat that keeps my shit straight. That's what I need. I could see like the packaging that brands it like a talking cat that keeps your shit straight. So let me too. I don't even have to answer. Now, I'm kind of like I'm digging I'm digging your answer. But I think what I would do is. I have like a little figure of mo- from Wally, and I would just breathe life into mobile because I like most SAS in that movie. And I also like my apartment neat and clean. So would clean up after Dewey, I would take Baymax. He's technically not a toy. That wouldn't mind one of those. Now, we're just based I'm bringing you actors to life. I would create a Toyota. Nervous baby doll that has little sticky ends that you could put on the ceiling and creepy friends with Trainspotting style and head would spin around. I was so nervous to hear were that was a little baby doll. Well, we're going to leave you with that visual because that is the end of our show a huge thing to everybody out there for joining us as always Haley, Jeff thank you so much for being here thing, we will see you both very soon Adam in the booth another great show today. Thank you so much for all your hard work, guys. Do not forget to liken share this episode of collider movie talk. Please get the word out there about movie talk on the YouTube channel. And also on the podcast network is well, it's great to take with you on the go also tomorrow four PM tune back in for a brand new episode that is coming to you live because we're going to have so much more to talk about. I'm