19 Burst results for "Michael Rooker"
"michael rooker" Discussed on The Really Awful Movies Podcast
"The mega q gwen. Who who gets a redo of her marriage proposal in in this Created a fancy restaurant with all the perfectly perfectly a romantic settings and the wine and everything but it somehow fast forward five years and she's got the daughter that she's always wanted which i guess is good because you don't have to go through the pains of childbirth or bad or i don't know the time travel aspects of this film are weird. Can't tell you how closely they deviated or straight from or stuck to the source material of the island. Because i just watch it in bewilderment with my grandma and when my own and i don't know i really don't recall much about any of those episodes and what's really transpired there but you have gwen and She finally gets to accept the marriage proposal which she Turned down so many so many years ago. It's always funny and when you get to see proposals done on jumbotrons at sporting events or whether it's the nba nhl. Or i don't know if they do this in the uk too but it's it's can be quite funny when you have someone news in front of a sixty thousand adoring fans who are urging them on turns down a marriage proposal. Meanwhile all this fantasies. I guess are brought to life through this Of something not youth. But there's some sort of a spring from which from which these wishes are sprung so it has a very very of them I mean fairytale less quality to this and nothing alert is like well one of my favorite horror films of all time. It's gotta be at people's top twenty at least when it comes to cinema. Verite has to be henry. Portrait of a serial killer and michael rooker plays this private investigator who is investigating the island on behalf of this Some big week or some dot com billionaire or something who wants to get his hands on this mysterious spring water to be able to grant wishes off the island. There's no real indication that That this actual substance of this holy water actually works beyond the confines of this place. Who knows but anyway. He's he's very grizzled. Very self assured and self sufficient character of the michael rooker plays and he goes around and he he engages with some of the principles when obviously things turned sour and people become soon realize that their fantasies aren't exactly as they articulated them. From the get. Go and you have a drug cartel and if someone's fantasy about saving the day and so there's a lot of interesting ideas to come to the forefront. That's for sure. But when totally here so akimbo and all over the map. You can't really really get a proper handle on this. I think this would have been much better if this had been set. Maybe a house or maybe a different kind of environment than almost this incredibly glossy. The high editorial fashion shoots meson..
"michael rooker" Discussed on Nerd On! The Podcast
"They must have had a lot of fun with that. One too on the sebastian. No i just. I love when. They're meeting with the rebel lady. She can't really listen. She's like set rat waving at me and he's just like i'm not sure but probably why because he's friendly i would think is because he's friendly killing more favors q. I mean i think what's sticking out very strongly my mind right now. Is the swarm of rats coming to to end things but it felt like edward scissorhands a little bit for some reason. Yeah the music bill like a rat. Catcher too had a very like kind of macabre. feel i don't know that that goal ale apparently. Yeah you know. I love introduced rat catcher too and waller for a second. I'm sorry sorry to bug you and get up. God i mean key now waller with. It was a moment where i went. I think she'd be dead though for real. I mean i've seen in other in other off straight to the head. I think she might be dead. I mean she was about to murder someone so she's murdered a lot of people. This is not the first time we've seen her murders on. Which again the there. The nice breadcrumbs. Because you see that. She's willing to do that. And that's really interesting to to have a forget. The actor's name Who plays savant. Michael michael mckee work. It's not michael. Rooker michael rooker. I love that they had him be the pov They got to show the audience. Like this is what you're in for like you're going to die this character. The people that you think are so cool or this matters but yeah you gotta love the full circle with the oriole at the end to the bird that comes back in and get some bad. We'll say i did like the xs in his little chamber. Like oh they're just all the trajectories. Yeah yeah But you know. I was like that to me again was very effective storytelling But yeah other parts. King shark king fake mustache his finger or the peacemaker thing or being left left in the van party. Yeah the peacemaker one where peacemakers like actually really nice but the thing about king show that i really loved. I didn't get lost in.
"michael rooker" Discussed on Double Toasted
"There's some about that seems like They didn't sound right or there's got to be a simpler way. Matter of fact that was a simpler way. They cut off for the dumbest of reasons and they're all through that with the different animals. It's not like it's terrible. It's not even necessarily bad but we've just seen it done a bunch before and it's almost like it's. It's a package that that comes with like. Well like some executive like well. You make one of these movies kid. You gotta put something like this. And they're all right and the movies not that long. So i get that it it pads it out to make it fincher feature linked. It's just that you have to go through a lot of that. Takes away so much of the the good momentum to get to a really great ending but in between there. There's a lot of like all right. Well we're going through the motions to get where we gotta go and and for younger viewers. I'm sure it'll play well for those who seen us a bunch. It's like man. This is fine but starting out so just amazing you started out with again pixar level from another studio start out up you started out inside out any kind of emotional heaviness. That pixar has done. I don't even asking to cry. And every pick somewhere. And i'm asking go there. They did achieve that and somewhere. Just i you know at this point just to make a typical kids movie and that's a shame. Shame because there was a lot of potential with this. There was a lot of stuff that could have done with the story line. And you know you could have. If you really want to appeal to kids you could have. But you know what makes me disappointed with. This is that they didn't wanna tell story wanted to tell jokes. And that's what they that's what happens with this it's just segment with just a gag. Here a gag there. I wish these things lent themselves to the story more. And i even like some of the things in. What's his name Brian tyree off. No no rookie. Michael rooker or michael. Rooker michael michael rooker plays a snake snake man. I liked him as a snake. Popping up everywhere and michael rooker is a snake is in the design behind. That was good Other things i. I'm looking at it here Mom is thick manga. Says he's even be like pixar ass right there. Yeah we talking about incredible Is that is that. Zoe sell donald. That does the mom. And who does Embroideries henry which one he was one of the the burden on the show okay. I thought so ridden mine. Didn't like that bird seeing there. You know i agree with you man talking to you about this and i thought we would disagree a little bit..
"michael rooker" Discussed on The Art of Fatherhood Podcast
"Tv and i just or can i just all of the sudden imbo. I had some money in the bank. And i i mean just kept coming kept getting these these different jobs and it was all of a sudden i was on a roll you know and and before for my first before like floundering i think as a as an as an there's like like i knew where i wanted to go. I was trying to get there but it was like i was no spinning wheels. Somehow and i didn't really gain focus it until two was eight and some you know. Oh man you know this is is this stuff. 'cause i grew up very hairy ultra over the property line. You know back in becan alabama and even in chicago so i. I'm one of these. One of these kids would mom and five kids six kids in on welfare and the whole deal so no money was never in our pockets and so and so that made me that made me even more even more determined to go out and and start making money at what i. Do you know so hint that that was what it was like like i. It totally totally totally focused me. Hundred hundred percents My i love to hear that fatherhood focus you at your craft. And i'm so glad that happened because again we love so many of the roles in every movie that you're into the shows like rock den all that good stuff that you're in the it's great and you know talk about as a couple of questions before i finish off the father of quick five but it seems like it seems like hard work and dedication are things that you instilled into your kids as they were growing up but what were some of the other core values you were looking to instill into them. Well you know basically yourself you get you get if i think you know in little packages. They're already kind of who's gonna be you know. And they're growing you know and so they they start out already you look at. You can see their attitude and you can see how focus they are and how fun loving are how sweet. And you can see their their their character even at a very very ultra young age and and as they grow you know you want them to continue being themselves. You know i like for example i mean i would never ever ever insists that you know my two girls ever got into this into show business if they wanted to find. I was not going to you. Know i was gonna force them to be an athlete. I was forced into be Lawyer doctor whatever they can do they can be what they they they want to be. And you know and everyone can you just you just have to bloody and do it. Yeah love it One more question before we finish off the fatherhood. Quick five for new dads. Listen to this. What is one big piece of advice. You'd offer to them new dad's yeah kid is much sleep as possible. Nice as much. That's why dads are always sleeping in that in that couches. Oh my god. Yes indeed indeed nice. It's it's fun stuff though. No doubt now we're gonna. We're gonna fish the fatherhood quick five favorite family movie. besides vivo. of course what would. What's a favorite family movie. Guys like to watch together as a family christmas story. Nice favorite artist or band. Couldn't wait to introduce your kids to in the gone to a certain age to appreciate it led zeppelin man. You're not going to the park sir. Describe a family vacation where it be the beach somewhere on the beach. No also you have so many great. One liners in vivo. Would of course you know different movies. My family and i one of my favorite one is. I'm mary poppins. Y'all do you have a favorite line from any of the characters. You played sir. That i got a good favorite line because a lot of my favorite line. I really can't say on. But i gotta tell you that line and the same movie. He may have been you father. Bless but he wasn't near. Daddy is a beautiful beautiful line that that has moved at sunken. It has moved. I mean i venture to say just so many people when they see it and and they come up to me and they tell me and they tell me their stories about their father and their relationship with their father. Their step dead. They're they're they've been adopted. Just this is just a beautiful. Unbelievably poignant and powerful powerful. No doubt and i totally agree sir. Lastly top three words. You hope your kids would use to describe you as a dad. What would they be fun. I love it people. Make sure you follow michael on instagram at michael underscore rooker on twitter at rooker online and check out view on netflix. This is such a great movie. There are so many heartwarming messages. And i love the music like you said it's very talent of course anytime lin-manuel miranda is doing something you know what's going to be great but i thank you so much. I know you're busy guy. You're doing a lot of things but it meant a lot to me for you to talk to me about your latest project. And of course fatherhood. Sorry i wish you and your family continued success. Thank you thanks for listening to the art of fatherhood. Podcast leave a review wherever you listen to podcasts and go to the art of fatherhood dot net..
"michael rooker" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show
"Fascinates seapaul fast enough but fastens yet only touches. One harnett is a. It's gotta be totally not even something that really fast answer marriage license time go ahead. Give me your answer marriage certificate. What is it incorrect. A wedding ring understand. What fascinates people a wedding ring. It's like the bond it's nuts an unseen but the only person touches one literally hard. Sorry almost got on the right track. Eddie this is for the win on this two time defending champions not talking about if you miss it. We got a sudden-death eddie. Come on almost everyone needs it. Asks for it and gives it but but almost nobody takes it. What is it one more time. thank you almost. Everyone needs it asks for it and gives it but almost nobody takes it. What is it. Fifteen seconds starts now. I got nothing. Acid use it. Nobody takes it. Give me air. Air is incorrect. The answer is advice. got olympic theresa. colorado theresa. how are you this morning. hi i'm doing really well. We're doing pretty good. We're in the middle of a game called riddle me this amien down to sudden death if you pick the right win. I'm going to give you a price. Okay so who would you like win for you and riddle me this okay. I'm gonna go with amy. You guys write your answer down to be the same question. Here we go. What do people taste twice a day but never eat. What do people taste twice a day but never eat riddle me. This fifteen seconds starts now. Amy has looked it up for a paper. She has an answer eddie struggling. Are you done amy. Toothpaste eddie thing. It their mouth chase their mouth every day. Yes sir so. The answer is toothpaste. And there's theresa theresa feel oh man i feel like i had all my eggs in one basket and she carried him safely to where they needed to go excellent job. Nice job amy. Amy how do you feel feel good. Oh i felt good. Thank you show down. This story comes from whole iowa. A seventy year old man was busted for stealing campaign signs out of people's yards a few months ago. Well there was a newspaper doing a story on it and it was like. Oh i can't have that get out there in the public. So he's at the gas station stealing all the newspapers. Oh nice so. He got busted stealing the newspapers that were covering his story. He's on brand think about that. He knows who he is. He is that person. That's funny around much box. That's your boneheads story. What are you doing today. I my husband. And i have a parenting call thing a new book that were we were we're scheduling meetings with ourselves to go over. This parenting book were reading. What about you well. I think i'm finally healthy enough today. To exercise for the first time in three weeks just been so sick. Haven't been able to shake this cough. I did a little cough. But i think i'm okay and i had to get someone to come up in like bootleg put together my peleton treadmill. Oh they never showed up. They dropped it off broken four weeks later. Y'all be there. Whatever they never showed up. So i had to hire someone to come up and i like found up behind i hop under the overpass manual coming up fixing it. They have a toolbox they did. Okay good i go up and it's all duct tape exercise for the first time today all right. That's what's up. thank you guys. Follow me on instagram. At mr bobby bones. We'll see tomorrow what's Bobby ann caitlyn dustin lynch congratulations. I'm so excited for you. Guys this new chapter of life in the journey. You're gonna start together and you've already taken us all on already together. You guys are goals. You're very inspiring to me as a single guy. I look up to both of you. Congratulations may this day. In the future the amazing see also levy. Is the bobby bones show. Young 'cause grad gunned down walking his dog young mom michelle parker vanishes after dropping off her little twins at the babysitter. Nancy grace here. Every day on crime stories we break down the biggest breaking crime knees and studied clues left behind so we could help crime victims and their families every day a mission every day. Another chance to stop crime and keep one more person safe. Join us listened to crime stories with nancy. Grace on the iheartradio app. Or wherever you listen to your podcasts. America lindo the host of wild. It's a new podcast. Where i get to talk to incredible people like comedian chris garcia about what it's like to become a father in the middle of the pandemic. So i consciously was like. I can't have a kid right now. Like it's just too much and so i waited till i felt comfortable enough to like advocate during a pandemic at the end of world. The wild by elliott studios on the iheartradio app. or wherever. You get your podcast..
"michael rooker" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show
"Said what are you like. And he started listening to songs he liked and he said you know what song i really like. Any illicit all kinds of for The formats of all kinds of songs. He's like biggie like some of the delta whose he goes you know what i like to i guess on good tie by nico moon really goes. That's my jam right now. And i was like man. That's awesome. So corn farmer randomly. Brought you up as we're inside a combine and he loves that song. Good time so i'm so glad you're here. Would you play verse. Chorus a good time for our listeners. Here guitar here with us. We just trying to catch it. Good even if it's a so. I bought around the kfi. Scipion app pat mu year. We pick here known him kid. Jews sing dixie land kebab land. We just trying to catch good awesome pan. You sound so good. How long ago did you write the song man. this song. Every a path of song is kind of like six different little turn. This one was a really long time coming. It's probably about a three year in the making song is our ask started about three years ago when my buddies mark russell jordan mitten here in town and then two years later i decided i wanted to kind of make that step from being a songwriter producer into being an artist and i remember that song we wrote a couple years back and i showed it to my wife. Who's monaco rider on. All my stuff and everything together and i was like this song was so cool and i feel like it's such like mob and my little heartland with my music but if we can make a couple of tweaks and it would just be perfect for me and so we made the tweaks and recorded it so yeah. It was like four four years in the making. That's crazy sometimes. It's like four hours and sometimes it's four years nicos also written before we hear about your story real quick. you wrote. keep me in mind. Zac brown four number one. Which jan songs you have homegrown two thousand fifteen. You have one that you anzac wrote called beautiful drug two thousand fifteen and loving you. Easy here you go. That's awesome man. I think he must be rolling in on. Now i have. I have a lot of fun helping other artists kinda like fully realized them. So song is is is such a integral part of what i love to do with music. It was the first thing i started doing. And yeah like when. I right when i write for somebody. It's almost like i try to pretend like on them. So like when i write was like i'll put on my little magic beanie leather vest imaginary five kids and and then i'll be like all right. What's important to me now. You know but it's because just being method actor methicillin right exactly but now do my thing. And i'm not putting on anything imaginarium just being myself you have. Parents that are still songwriters they songwriters. Yeah they're both songwriter. Wanted to do that. And you see the struggle of it and you still were like swollen. Do yeah they did it for fun. And some of my first memories are like crawling in. The room is a baby and watching them. Sitting in the living room might writing songs together so i was literally born into it and they really raised me with the deep appreciation for songwriting in the craft of making music and my dad's gigantic john prin fan. Does he work with john. Price forbid no didn't work with them at all. he's a drummer. He's a musician and played with a lot of people but he never played a big fan of john and so if that was probably the first song ever heard is probably a joan. Prins on are you. You're one of the guys that i look at and i'm so jealous of because you're an athlete as well. Yeah yeah you be and so you had you had a an athletic scholarship stanford university is that true got. Or what track are you kidding. Me you guys drives me nuts. That are so good at everything you hear writing songs you got the you look like an indie country guy got your tattooed. You live the lifestyle per sure and then like the division tracks like. What did you do bad. Good looking guy you got it all man. Oh that is that is. I'll tell you this. flunked out of college. Four point two gpa. Because i never went to class. Because i was too busy being in my room learning how to play songs and like that's when the passion to really wanna be artist. Hit me was my freshman year in college. And i just didn't want to go to class and so there bobby you you have that on him. You went to class every day day. Dang it near the big star in that tell you you made your opry debut on october tenth and that has to. I know what it's like to hop in that circle for the first time. Was it nuts to you like it was. It was the most amazing epic experience. I've had in my career so far i mean every country artists. Who's ever meant something to me. Who's ever influenced me stood on that piece of wood. And i'll tell i'll tell it everybody when when when i walked in i was like you know it's crazy because it's just a piece of wood like there's nothing special about the wood itself but at the same time it's the most special spot in country music because of everyone who stood here How'd you feel about your performance. I feel good about it. I mean i'm two hours nervous. I was sweating up a storm. But you know. Of course. I'm probably my biggest critic in like you know there's definitely a couple of moments like and it in general. I'm happy with myself. It's time for the good news. So there's this guy. In phoenix name is damian page and back in nineteen ninety-seven. He had a friend that needed a kidney. So damian stepped up as a match and donated to him. Well now here. We are twenty three years later and damian found himself in the exact same position now needing a kidney from somebody else and somebody stepped in giving their kidney and he's fully recovering a cool part of the story too is that i guess when he went in for it and realized they needed the transplant. They said you gotta you gotta lose a little weight. So he put in the hard work. Lost one hundred pounds and then the transplant. Wow so many elements to the story. First of all. He gave somebody a kidney years ago. Nineteen ninety-seven gave somebody a kidney. That's crazy shout out to you. Needed wants somebody gave him a kidney and then he lost one hundred pounds to wow. That's a great story. That is what it's all about. That was telling me something good so summer is in full swing so if you need any last minute items or macy's is the place to go get new summer styles like shorts and tank swim. Check out the swim finder to find your perfect suit. They also have sonny's and sandals for the whole family and of course lather on the sunscreen with the ultimate protection from top brands. Like say saito son bum and more make sure that your outdoor setup is ready for barbecues summer law with outdoor dinner where and servisair plus get all the grilling tools that you're going to need with a set from alekso outdoor dining set an comfy couches and lounge chairs finish off the backyard for the perfect home escaped and it's not summer without plenty of trips to the beach the pool so check out. The fund poll floats and beach. Towels lacoste martha stewart collection and more. Check it all out. Macys dot com. So you're giving your kid nighttime candies. Yeah you ready for your nighttime candy. So you talked to him. Creepy next door now to like my gentle voice. It's time for nighttime gandhi. It's a melatonin. Gumy's oh my gosh saying. He doesn't know that you're knocking them. Out with dummies borderline create. No they work. No no no no no so he needs sleep. Some you know if a kid is has stuff going on the acronym you can use to address the situation as halt or are they hungry angry tired or or lonely or tired any of those four things very true so we figured out some stuff maybe with our son is that he's very tired and he's not sleeping and so his therapist was talking to us about melatonin gumy's and so i mean we went to the store immediately. Got some now. We all take them. They're full of sugar. Don't get me wrong. That's unlike they are basically nighttime candy. But they're an. I was doubtful at first. But thirty minutes after you give it to him. He's snoring do you worry about him. I don't taking them and then getting used to them. Then you've gotta start doubling up tripling up but it's melatonin. I thought that that was safe. Your body produces that anyway. So i have no idea. I have worried about that. It's not like i'm giving him nyquil. Every night it's over the counter z's halt with me when i come in i'm cranky. I'm like all right. I'm a hungry nine. A-hole what's his second angry because of all of those things lonely is for just a bit angry. Lonely tire malt. My therapist. even says it to me so it's a check in it's a way to evaluate maybe easily assess wider behaving the way you and then you can take the proper use the proper tools to fix it okay right now. I'm not hungry. i'm not angry. Are non lonely but ambler tired today at nightmare for all fine right now. You don't want some time now. You know if anybody has any thoughts on that let me know because i wonder if other parents kids the bottles et time syrup bitter it burns. I know adults take melatonin. These this is a bottle made for kids so it says it's for kids and it tastes like it's for kids and i just want to you mom your way. Try and your mom your best. So these are all disney songs just played on guitar sipping we can name. I'm gonna play to write transfer down here. We go number one You need the mood of the song. Okay i got it really think so. Okay i'm gonna go with aladdin but he has frozen trucks. Cinderella eddie frozen. What is that song. Do you want to build a snowman snowman now only solving that all right next up number two or five Got mermaid dance to that song stars up part of your world a whole new world. Your old little mary. Got what a wonderful you. Cinderella mermaid free could the he i. he's a. I don't know the name of the song but i know the movie This is actually the opening scene in up when they're running through the old man and his life and be married her. Yeah maybe cocoa lunchbox you guys got it so quick cocoa eddy. I've up you do get right. That's the opening scene. Right right name. The disney movie on guitar. Here hero go. Do you know what eddie i think. So many one. I'd know it must be zero by the way. Yeah i mean. I can't wait to my kids are all start. Dominating this disney stuff. I have pocahontas. That's what i have all the colors of the wind. Yeah hey good job. Who wanna wanna. I don't think it is new. One is not a moana. How do you pronounce it mah moana. We wanted here. We go last one Why here's you'll be in my heart gone definitely. Have the boat seen in kochi. Nice now eddie. Went five five five. That's like a bunch of kids game. Eddie thank hey.
"michael rooker" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?
"And duval versus a helicopter pilot for los angeles that is literally blowing up city block. Yes it seems like goldwyn bought off politicians. the police that they have that that money has corrupted. Yes every brand. That's true but also it sort of true. Because michael rooker when michael rooker shows up to the police station where are an old. The clone arnold is being held after his holographic Virtual psychiatrist tells him he seems like he doesn't wanna talk about his parents like that. Was my god hilarious comedy. But michael rooker comes. It's not like he's like we own you guys give us the guy. Michael workers pretending to be a doctor like they don't own the cops. The cops ineffectual. I mean either acting crazy. I mean yeah there's a lot of shootouts and nothing ever happened. I mean they drove. They drive a car a classic car through multiple houses. Yes yes multiple. And and arnold is just back house just hanging out at home like this. This this area would be like there would be so many police right now because somebody there was a car chase and a shootout here like hours ago. I mean it is a bizarre movie. It's really strange. No obviously though we have opinions about this movie there are people out there with a different opinion is now time for second. Opinions shared recommends. Tell me world is maybe jay. I all.
"michael rooker" Discussed on The Nerd Soup Podcast
"I think is is awesome and obviously with chatted bozeman spinal performance as to challah star lord. So those are a couple of things. I'm really much looking forward to. That is an interesting dynamic. Chebbi bozeman as to challah. And michael rooker is due to characters. That are as far opposites as you can get the seems to have some of that star lord to him right right. I guess that upbringing as a ravage. You're kind of brought out the same personality as aim accent. Peter quayle had. Yeah so peter. Quilts still have the missouri accent and to challenge still got the condom accent. Yeah after spending years you just born with the accident apparently right by both. The nolan brothers have different accents. Like when he's like waiting for his back open thing that's like a very star award. Ask situation maybe dingo with the revenues. He just got picked up as a teenager just got signed messy. They kept an eye on them. Broadly rose right into wauconda. I guess they'll tell us well. They're aliens. i imagine aliens alien tech mccown. Intech is probably more similar. Took that us a little thanos. But has his his goonies took them awhile. Vanishes stroll right in just kind of open the door. Hey man that dude claw used to sneak in he was..
"michael rooker" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Byte
"Hi welcome to season two of bite. This is tony till auto parenting apocalypse. It's it's not the same way that you know how it works. Any views usually two to four minutes long but sometimes they can be a little longer. Only when you when you live long enough. All kinds of strange things happen very right in saying that. The greek heroes the original superheroes in part because of the whole nature of genes vision but also because of its message of diversity and inclusion. I was lucky enough to speak to michael rooker a few years ago about his role as merle on the walking debt. And i'll tell you speaking of the walking dead man your death scene i think it was. I think people's reaction was a guy that people didn't like and some hate it and then in that scene you won over so many people because it was you're acting it was just. He was so cold distant. And then normand's reaction the combination of those two things. Wow wha- throughout the wealthy are morals are in that in that series even from the beginning you can see that it wasn't gonna be your your everyday average cliche redneck. Okay yeah yeah malls mal. Dixon was very complicated character. Very complicated man and so to make sure i get a good job with that was very important to me so You played with it so that the there was surprise. And and you know you find out you know. In my opinion a lot of the comments that were made on the reach a racist and sexist comments to me were not because melvin is or is not a racist sexist. it was sardonic humor and just coking. You know it was intentional. These comments were very extremely intentional. Because these people weren't letting me go. I mean they have the i. I'm not hiding being a real dick any money and they throw or being asked you know what you know. I i'm not gonna end up the beach. I mean come on five or up again. I'm i'm not high anymore. And i'm doing okay. Basically why were they still keeping me Cost in the first place. It was ridiculous it was like a punishment. Keep me in the corner and cut the to this his attitude my attitude or for all to that that portion of of the t show the only way i get you back gurgling so and all the verbal cottman i thought were. We're quite thought out and writes Very cool and just indicated Basically if you look at it again it indicates the exactly. I how intelligence guy is how he can. He can sense what you get on your nerves and so he said exactly what you don't want a year and then you hear it and you get more upset more upset. He's not doing his causing justice. I mean not making him you come over there on him and he sooner but those comments i think are his way of getting back. It was at at these people who are like you know keeping him under lock and key there so i of course nobody. Nobody even thought ever they leave me. There and i wasn't even intentional. I mean they were. They're coming back to trust me but but just happened. Someone in two left g or for fourteen has assets right. Oh my gosh. There have one one sequence in the second season where merle wasn't really there was in darryl's head and darryl was injured he lost a little bit of blood he was trying to climb a hill and there is merle in combination of encouraging him taunting him. I thought the acting between both of you really surpassed zombie walking dead series. I thought it was just really good. Two brothers going. Oh yes of course. Yeah i see what you mean. And it's so true. I mean it was such a It was a great great great middle sequence written sequence. And then all the stuff that i in i just didn't provide you know in and add stuff that just out of bloom. You know right when he's climbing and taunting him. And i'm talking from the beginning of carving you know when he's laying down there and he doesn't want to move and you know he's gonna die basically out so His memory of his brother what his brother was like playing over in his mind. And it's just hard delusional thing just beautiful beautiful motivational Secrets like a mental. So he didn't climb up right. There was.
Interview With Michael Rooker
"I was lucky enough to speak to michael rooker a few years ago about his role as merle on the walking debt. And i'll tell you speaking of the walking dead man your death scene i think it was. I think people's reaction was a guy that people didn't like and some hate it and then in that scene you won over so many people because it was you're acting it was just. He was so cold distant. And then normand's reaction the combination of those two things. Wow wha- throughout the wealthy are morals are in that in that series even from the beginning you can see that it wasn't gonna be your your everyday average cliche redneck. Okay yeah yeah malls mal. Dixon was very complicated character. Very complicated man and so to make sure i get a good job with that was very important to me so You played with it so that the there was surprise. And and you know you find out you know. In my opinion a lot of the comments that were made on the reach a racist and sexist comments to me were not because melvin is or is not a racist sexist. it was sardonic humor and just coking. You know it was intentional. These comments were very extremely intentional. Because these people weren't letting me go. I mean they have the i. I'm not hiding being a real dick any money and they throw or being asked you know what you know. I i'm not gonna end up the beach. I mean come on five or up again. I'm i'm not high anymore. And i'm doing okay. Basically why were they still keeping me Cost in the first place. It was ridiculous it was like a punishment. Keep me in the corner and cut the to this his attitude my attitude or for all to that that portion of of the t show the only way i get you back gurgling so and all the verbal cottman i thought were. We're quite thought out and writes Very cool and just indicated Basically if you look at it again it indicates the exactly. I how intelligence guy is how he can. He can sense what you get on your nerves and so he said exactly what you don't want a year and then you hear it and you get more upset more upset. He's not doing his causing justice. I mean not making him you come over there on him and he sooner but those comments i think are his way of getting back. It was at at these people who are like you know keeping him under lock and key there so i of course nobody. Nobody even thought ever they leave me. There and i wasn't even intentional. I mean they were. They're coming back to trust me but but just happened. Someone in two left g or
"michael rooker" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season
"Canada, need I. Thinking about it, I'm going Wallin's you know. Target. China I the. Target. Never knew all. The era of course course you know he was. Great but I, just it was like one of those. Performances where you watch it and you go I. See that actor again and sure enough. or You go yeah it's Craig. I'm glad you get again and. I mean I got I got a comment when I did my first movie I didn't get the comment but I heard I heard a carbon. After, the movie's over I'm reading the movies and tell you I didn't when Henry serial killer. And I heard someone I I to four or five people army say oh. My God did actor will never work again. And and and so. I heard that in. The back of my mind, I'm going. Maybe, so But. you know after a movie like any you don't know when when. It's going to be perceived and everything. So yeah and but also in the back of my mind that you watch. Yeah. I'm a very. Open. Guy I don't give up and on your side just keep. Going man. That's the spread I do and. I, love what I do. So this is not like to Caen. So when I used. Keen to me creatively going. Yeah. So I I. I concur much and. So. I was like I heard that comment I was like, yeah. Okay. We'll see we'll see buddy. I we've got the last laugh on that. I mean you know you're going to be pumping one of the biggest movies this summer. So I think that guy you know it's like he's like the guy who told Elvis Presley should be driving a truck. You know people. You know people escort. They don't know they just don't know they don't get it. But. I really want to thank you for taking time to talk to me I. Think it's going to be fun convention this weekend and it'll be cool to see both of you guys together to and and even Karen you both you guys together from. Guardian. So you had that Nice overlap and that'll be fun I as a great overlap you. Great. Great Gal and and. Take a chance to be in Jiang another James Gunn movie. You know. Guardian. Thing for me was such extreme pleasure. Working with all the. All the great great challenge. And my goodness I can I can I can hardly wait until. An to folks start really ewing God. They're starting to gear up now. And it is just going to be crazy good and. It's always fun to see the in product in watch the audience. I enjoy making sitting back. And watching the watching. Now, the responding to unscreened Kinda cool. While share this year at comic con in San Diego. You guys will be able to say a little more and and show some more to so that'll be i. didn't you just started shooting their last year so we had and we actually flew in. We flew in from in. London and that's right. And then to back the next day. Changed. Its COMECON. It was amazing. Amazing. Yeah. Great. Have a great time at the convention and. I'm sure it's GonNa be fun and I think you've got a lot of career left despite what idiot said. He didn't know. Farming to that that horrific movie that was like. Carrion like Oh, my gosh. So You Buy. In not necessarily, some people were moved by it. posits like Oh. My Gosh this is so amazing. There are no cop cops there. No I mean the the senior real real. They're not like Hollywood it up. And so people really really extreme year intern on by that, and then there are people who were like I got a united here. I. Just I can't watch this anymore and we literally fifty percents if not more artists got up and just walk out almost. Faster same time. And we? As. Producers and actors and director, and they are we back the fact just silently clapping our hands like, oh, my gosh actually made people. Can Walk out the how awesome that? But that's hard to do people generally tend to. Stick it out right. Man would they got up and they? They got out of their. Thanks. That well, I mean it's a classic I mean there's just no other way. It really is people are still talking about it all these years and. New Teenagers Seventeen year olds I mean. People are brand new honest new audiences. Verse I I've encountered several, you know this year and and. And showing other trends are. Showing you all their friends. Like the beginning. I did it. You know all the. That's amazing. I manage to take care of yourself. We'll be seeing you around I'm sure. Special thanks to wizard world, and you'll be able to actually see Michael at some of the other conventions around the country for world just visit wizard world dot com for more information until the next Sifi talk this is Tony till auto. Thanks for list. Rucker. House you're listening to Sifi. Talk enjoy yourselves..
"michael rooker" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season
"My brother is going to have a better chance of surviving even better chance of surviving because she grew and not not. That in. Front of the Governor Your Company. So that was that was great a. Good motivating and good interesting stuff going on in that car when I find. Let her, walk you know. That was cool sequence. No. Yeah. You know just Kinda tap your your opinion about something about rural. Do you think he worked for the governor because he was working for him was a means to an end, but he really didn't care about what his philosophies were what a good job now. You ever to of philosophy. and. There's a couple of square meal of the day maybe one or two as he's one. You know some booze I mean. You know you don't see it but. Admiral did probably get some action there back our. You know in the in the. Z. You is easy worse now. So. Can I I just I know was no no. Real commitment. Gardner. Basically, the governor, the way we sort of the fact storing is that thousand alongside the road often. That history there. You know I felt obligated. Can't, answer. For that. And so yeah. Yes I became One. Pretty much is right. Hand you know is. Has. Your. Hand. Yes literally. Palm there's just so many layers to this guy he was he was really a cool character and. Really why? I cry sometimes is is you know like thinking about it and I go yeah. It was really cool and it was very very. Put together by the writer myself and it's a combination of everybody you know. I. I think about it and rewrite write a few things in my mind I change things. Motivate things my own way and you by using script writers road and then the director comes in and talk about stuff and it's like it's great collaborative effort. Then of course, working with the other actors change as well. So. The beautiful. Beautiful. What a wonderful cast that is just a just amazing. How Chris Crucial. Ahead Norman together Oh my God. I gotTa tell your air for if we had more scenes together. Come the. Zeros show my brother I. Was, your maiden? and You know maintenance person Norman's a great guy and. We together it was. It was. You know spark could. Chew see creative. Were happening. Almost seven cards. If people get the working at video game, you can't do it is immoral embarrassed. Earlier. A. Game that's right. I know it's cool. Surely. Cool. So you're at conventions. To people kind Kinda, keep their distance from you because of a Daryl, some of the other characters like Henry you play or are they pretty friendly towards? Merle yeah. Yeah. Now People are. Lovable. Come up for me. I am more popular now that character. has died in this series. I mean on the hearing. You don't know. If. You know this guys so A Lotta different ways you know you know. Pick you up healthy up as you offer our fifty up halfway in just clinging on over the edge. You're quite an interesting and so. Check audiences on the edge you know, and they didn't know what was going to happen with this guy or what he was going to do right and and then finding Tony Decides on what to do and one do I mean? You find out that Oh my God this cat is you really Got, what it takes I mean to to. Pay The price to sue to help you know and and help you're you're basically survivors and counter? For the. Present amazing and Socio. Yeah. That's something people really got that. You know the love and. International that would brotherly love stuff just in the whole family connection between the two last remaining six try. Is Crew and your you. And, the audiences. You know people come up all the time and is very much. You're little. have no idea. Who Michael Rooker is right. So they don't know how they know me. Shoot for the first time is approaching Mike Table, if I'm doing it you and a or something they don't they don't know. because. They just know the character of. Merle. Dick. They, they understand quickly Michael Rooker quaker. If. We do have to credit you for you know your your interpretation of Bill Broussard JFK. Thank you. You had one of the best lines in that movie and it's like, who do you know who your? Daddy? Daddy. And that's a great line in so true. But. He was he had like A. The cool thing about it is he was a nice. kind of counterpoint to what everybody was talking about. Morality to a little bit too that I thought was. You know he was looking bored I. was quite a complicated role as well. Yeah. His commitment to. Boston and his coworkers was superseded by his commitment to his country. Yeah. Seeing his vago off of Ethan and blaming everybody from from. Everybody right and. And really going in on the even the President United States. Right. That that was that was that was it you know he could take anymore and that were and fell. You saw. Portrayed onscreen added quite a quite a very cool. Pressured by other sources, you know sure on style. Very cool. Very cool. I'm glad you brought that up. Awesome stillness and get the play that character was In.
"michael rooker" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season
"Happen. Someone to let G or. For Fourteen. That's right. That's all my Josh shout. Very. There was one one sequence in the second season where Merle wasn't really there. He was in Darryl's head. You Know Darryl was injured lost a little bit of blood. He was trying to climb up that hill and there is Merle combination of encouraging him taunting him. I thought the acting between both of you really surpassed. Zombie walking dead series. I thought it was just really good. Two brothers really going. Oh. Yes. Of course. Yeah. I see what you mean and it's so true. I mean it was such a Great a great a great. A great model sequence written sequence and then. All the stuff and I put in I just improvise you know in in air. At stuff that just sort of. Out of bloom you know. That's like you know when he's climbing and taunting in and I'm talking from the beginning of carbon yeah. When he's laying down there and he doesn't want to move and he's you know he's GonNa die basically you know so. he memory of his brother what his brother was like it starts playing over in his mind and is. This whole delusional thing becomes. Just beautiful beautiful motivational secrets. Like dealing itself mentally. So he didn't climb up at L.. Right, there was a great. gracing, there's more with Michael. Rooker. So stay tuned. Get back none of my conversation with Michael. Rooker and actually what was interesting to towards the end in the final episode for Merle was the scene with Mishaan to where you know he. He he just he does in about face and he. You. Know he just comes to a realization and I thought that was a really good scene for him. It really just really took into a whole. `nother level that was one of my favorite. Moments. And also that was that was offer friendly's idea girl there anyway. And I you know I don't don't I don't I don't think Marley wanted to take. that. Wasn't Merle the I mean. The formulating his own idea. Of How? The situation the whole thing Kidnapping bringing over their training. Your up was like that was the cops idea which is a bad idea to begin with and when he approached. Merle in. In in a prison they're. Giving that. What he would like renee. Tell Merle's or like are you serious That method damaged idea in the world you know. You head through with it. Basically nobody else would have done it. and. Though he stepped up to the plate and did it and then halfway through fertilize. Yeah. She doesn't want to go eat a really wanNA scraper and starts..
"michael rooker" Discussed on Biters: The Walking Dead Podcast with Dianne
"That up. What kind of horrible human being sucker Punches Rick Moranis. Right. What kind of horrible human hell does something like that Like we don't see anything for the guy for years because his wife had died and he quit acting take care of his children and all of a sudden he kind of POPs up on the radar on that meant mobile commercial that What's his name plays deadpool. Reynolds yes. He does like he just has rick and all of a sudden like refrain is in the spotlight again and all of a sudden just sucker punches him on the middle of the street in new. York. City. I will say though Michael Rooker God love him. Michael Rooker was like, all right. This is one of my best friends you come find me and you sucker punch me because I will. Oh that's funny. No worker posted A. Couple pretty fierce sweets about yeah. You just come and find me buddy. Yeah I screen shot of that article and Sunday to a group text the other day. I. Was like really. Thinks twenty twenty. Twenty two twenty s just a dumpster fire. Inside. Inside of a train wreck. Right thank you, Jake Tapper. Literally just bust out laughing because I was watching the whole thing live and Jake Tapper said that I just lost it. So so funny. I posted something on my personal facebook page that you should watch that Jake Tapper. was responsible for today that would probably offend some of our more conservative friends and family but I thought it was really quite good. So you should seek it out. You're always going to offend somebody nowadays pretty much everything's offensive except for me I'm like not offended by pretty much anything make. Yeah Cold dense I'd. Join the club. We'll meet this weekend at yet to be released time. Live on fills youtube channel. Maybe I'll wear one of my funny hats noman we delegate Steve Baldwin, the crowd, the crowds. Aw, we totally do I'll have to send a message. Yep. L. Confirm. The diva will confirm good. I'm GonNa totally do that right now I'm totally sitting Steve Irv fill a message because. Yeah okay, now. which fun on those podcasts to on unfiltered podcasts when we review movies? And we do it live. You can watch the LIVESTREAM ON YOUTUBE There's no bleeping my swear words. Nobody's swears. I think we've sworn before. We're really off in the weeds. Now, God I can't see Lilith not swearing like an entire hour. Alright, we wrap this up and let everybody go because they're probably consuming walking dead material while they listen to this and nothing attention anyway. So I, I should have. Cut The last fifteen minutes off but I'm lazy editor. So I'm not going to so we are. All right. Well then until we podcast again, probably tomorrow night just remember. Taking Hey, get. One. Dead Day. At a time I. Have a good week. Everybody have a good day because we'll be talking again tomorrow. Have a good next twenty four hour. My.
"michael rooker" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Byte
"Hi Welcome to season two of bite. This is Tony to auto and so parenting in an apocalypse. It's it's not the same way. You know how it works any views usually two to four minutes long, but sometimes they can be a little longer. When you live long enough. All kinds of strange things happen. Very right in saying that the Greek heroes, the original superheroes. In part because of the hopeful nature of genes vision, but also because of its message of diversity and inclusion. I was lucky enough to speak to Michael Rooker a few years ago about his role as Merle on the walking debt. And I'll tell you speaking of the walking dead man here death scene I think it was I think people's reaction was a guy that people didn't like and some hate it, and then in that scene you won over so many people because. It was you're acting. It was just he was so cold distant and then normand's reaction, the combination of those two things wow. Throughout the wealthy are. Morals are in that in that series. Even from the beginning, you can see that. It wasn't gonNA. Be Your. Your everyday average cliche! redneck okay. Yeah Yeah Malls Mall Dixon very complicated character very complicated man and hello. To. Make sure I got a good job with. That was very important to me. So you played with it? So that the there was surprise? And and you know you find out you know. In my opinion, a lot of the comments that were made on the reach A. Racist and sexist comment to me were not because. Melvin. Is Or is not a racist. Sexist. It was sardonic humor and just. Really. Coking and it was intentional. He's comments were very extremely intentional. People weren't letting me go. I mean they have I I'm not hiding. Being a real geek anymore. And they throw for being asked. You know what? You know. I. I'M NOT GONNA. End Up the beach yup I mean come on. Five or Don't have to be again, I'm I'm not anymore and I'm I'm okay. Basically, why were they expel keeping me? In the first place, it was ridiculous it was like A. Punishment. Keep me in the corner in. The to this. His attitude, my attitude. Or for all to that that portion A. Of the t show. The only way I. Get you back. Gurgling. So and all the verbal comments I thought were. We're quite thought out, and then I Very cool. And just indicated basically, if you look at it again and indicates the exactly. I how delegates! This guy is and how he can, he can sense what. Do you. Get on your nerves, and so he said exactly what you don't want a year, and then you hear it, and you get more upset more upset. Not doing his causing justice. I mean not making him. You come over there on Cup, and then he sooner. But. Those comments I think are. His way of getting back it was. At at the people who are like you know. Keeping him under lock and key there so. I of course. Nobody nobody even thought ever in a million years. They'd leave me. There and I wasn't even intentional I mean they were? They're coming back to trust me. But, but you know just happened. Someone in two left feet or For Fourteen. Has That's right. Oh My. Gosh. There was one one sequence in the second season where Merle wasn't really there. He was in Darryl's head and you know Darryl was injured. He lost a little bit of blood. He was trying to climb a hill, and there is Merle in combination of encouraging and taunting him. I thought the acting between. Both of you really surpassed. Zombie walking dead series I thought it was just really good two brothers. going. Oh yes, of course, yeah, I see what your name and it's so true I mean. It was such a It was a great great. Great middle sequence written sequence and then. All the stuff that I put in I just didn't provide you know in and and. Add stuff that just. Out of bloom, you know. That's right. When he's climbing and taunting him and I'm talking from the beginning carving. When he's laying down there and he doesn't want to move any. You know he's GonNa die basically out so. his memory of his brother, what his brother was like church playing over his mind, and it's this whole delusional thing. Just fewer funeral, beautiful motivational secrets..
"michael rooker" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Well Tony okay so I can deliver for you okay so you guys all right I'm really excited RT insipid galaxy star Michael Rooker I like to play a new character okay here's Michael Rooker he's bald guy okay so then he said then that the tagline is quote I would like to play something else but why would I want to play young do what so apparently this Michael Rooker character has ruled out a return to the franchise as Yondu so that's the guardians of the galaxy reference but he would be interested in playing another character so now spoiler that Yondu was apparently killed off at the end of guardians of the galaxy to sacrificing himself to say to save Chris Pratt's character which I don't know why anybody would want to do that right about now but anyway he expects expressed no desire to come back to the role in any form telling inside of you with Michael Rosenbaum inside of you with Michael Rosenbaum quote No Way I'm dead I'm dead my character is dead okay like this is the stuff that we're being treated to a eyes literally that I mean the only of the headlines R. for ever like there are tons of headlines for days there are no headlines you care about none whatsoever we promise you because our job is to look we got nothing no I don't know about you but like usually after the show then at night or early in the morning you're you log on you're like oh look here's a couple things and even on a slow day even on a slow day you can you can trust that Britney spears is posting some cockamamie craziness on Instagram right you can assume that there is a minor D. list celebrity making a fool of themselves lately it has been a real why is her real dry out there Holly do you have anything to share hello trying isn't.
"michael rooker" Discussed on Talk Nerdy to Me
"I have oddly one of my favorite actors on the line with me here right now. Mr Michael Rooker Michael. Hey man how you doing good good WanNa get. I don't WanNa ask the same questions you get asked all the time so you probably get a lot of Gardez. Good Luck I've been. I've been almost every question that I can imagine. So so you can come up with a new. I'll try my best. I'll try my best. I'm excited I'm okay. Well we'll start simple. What what gave you that? I A bite to get the acting bug. What was it that drew you into acting? I had friends that were actors and they it sucks. I thought to myself if I couldn't do it any better than that. I wouldn't do it and so Being a a person that loves to accept challenges I made a challenge to myself and And I took a couple of classes and When when I when I was in the classes I realized? Oh this is actually really interesting. I really I really liked it. You know and I sort of fell in love with it. I fell in love with the The literature classes and the acting classes that I was taking and And I I just everything sort of snowballed after that like a domino effect it just I. It was the my. My friends who were actors. Were the first domino. And when when it when they push when I watched it over it revealed this entire Tapestry and so here I am. I ended up going to a theater school in Chicago called the Goodman School of drama as one of the top three schools in the country they sent since the chain changed their name to the theatre school at Depaul University and And that's why I went for three years. Here's three year conservatory program and I was Luckily aspect every year and Ended up graduating and pursuing an acting in career in theatre for the first couple of years and then I started doing more TV and film work and that's pretty much it in a nutshell and I've been I'm doing it ever since duty. Those friends that sucker they still enacting hope. So you know I mean you know we all suck back. Yeah we're just beginning. Come on. They were just beginners. I was not even beginning yet. But I I always have had a very keen seen since of what's real and what's not and I always i. I always tell bullshit from the real stuff l.. Whether whether we're talking we're having a conversation on the street. Oh we're having a conversation in a boardroom. Drew again I I know when you're bullshitting me. And so that's so the the place that they were doing at the time you know. What can I say I mean every everyone improves? And hopefully everyone improved and We're no longer in contact so I don't know what they're doing but still i. I went on to continue and here I am today okay. I know a lot of people like to call. Aw they'll see you a big movie and call you an overnight success. But they don't see the twenty or thirty years she put in ahead of that time. Make it thirty thirty years or more actually on my God twenty years. I didn't want to answer but okay very.
19 Horror Movies Based on True Stories
"Nineteen horror movies that are based on true stories that are smaller so disturbing that they made movies at all good how some of these movies I've never heard of and and I don't know if they're not some of them are not horror movies in the sense of being supernatural they are of like murder stories number one on the list no I don't I don't think these were it ranked in our in the order of you know probably not ten Rillington place have you ever heard of this movie I have not nineteen seventy one based on the real life murderer John Christie who killed several women including his wife and hit their bodies in the garden in England and the the net the address of the house was a ten Rillington place and the movie was actually filmed a few doors away from the real wall ten Rillington place number two this one we've heard of the exorcism of Emily rose yes now remember this movie coming out in two thousand five I don't touch based on actual events he said that's what they said and I and I guess it was pretty scary that is based very loosely on the story of Annelies Michelle number three compliance this is a movie from twenty twelve because I feel like not very many people know about this movie it's based on true events in the reality of story was even worse because a lot of the victims in real life were between the ages of fourteen and sixteen it shows how common how much common sense people lack but also how much people will do for the Florida it is a difficult movie to watch it's called compliance it doesn't say what the story is it doesn't that's not helpful number four I saw this movie and I said at the time no one should ever see this movie Henry portrait of a serial killer yeah I watched it once it came out in nineteen eighty six I'm curious to see it again yeah given all this time at the time I saw it it was so brutally real that it was just a just terrifying and it's a stars what's his name Merle from walking dead now you know and from the us crazy and from the here why can I recall is named muse guardian flight Mike that's it so it's Michael Rooker as a young man they just call a broker playing this a serial killer and he's terrified no he's be scary just himself he is in real life he bought but this is the it was a terrifying movie as I recall something called hounds of love in twenty sixteen an Australian horror movie it is based on actual events they should explain what the events okay I can I can I'll tell you but it's so I didn't want to read this one because I remember her own you know okay at the two twenty sixteen Australian horror movie that follows a teen girl named Vicky issues held captive by a couple and must drive a wedge between the two to escape it's based on the more house murders committed by David and Catherine Bernie who adopted raped and killed for women in nineteen eighty six I saw this movie now I think about it it was a Sunday answer slam dance moves and we're and we're if I was given a screen or other than I thought and it was horrifically psycho course we all know Matt's based loosely on a real story Annabelle we haunted doll it is this is the first time I found out about that Anna but was a real doll and was actually a raggedy Ann doll with giant regularly and all is a huge it's now in a in a haunted museum walk in a glass box where it's safe and can't hurt anybody so so too often at all that was really haunted that's what this number number eight nineteen ninety one the haunted a made for TV movie based on things that happen to the small rural family well they were just asking for Beyonce moral smile this movie I've heard of it's not something I ever want to see it's call borderland and directed in two thousand seven and it's up it's bright it's a movie based on a real guy off I'll go full because found so who was a self proclaimed witch doctor who work with the Mexican drug cartels in the eighties while he killed American coed to cross the border as a hobby yeah I'll pass on that was a hobby the girl next door from nineteen from two thousand seven again a torture movie lot of these are like that but but based on a real you know that one no I I'm not saying it on real life experience of Sylvia likens parents left turn her little sister to be taken care of by a woman who would eventually torture and murder back country in twenty fourteen story of a couple went camping in the woods and well you know you know what happens well it was a bear yeah all but it was kind of a supernatural bear extremely wicked shockingly evil and vile rough Ted Bundy Ted Bundy twenty nineteen wolf creek yeah five I don't know that movie inspired by real events the strangers of that adds a creepy movie in two thousand eight it's about a big cabin in the woods a close to a town where it's called the caddy cabin murders in and the town that dreaded sundown another it's so guy wears a bag on his head like the elephant man a slasher movie the Amityville horror which I never thought was scary them the Mothman prophecies allegedly based on which I remember as a real legend and use those two words together which I remember seeing and it was really creepy and then finally this one I I was I was shocked to find that the hills have eyes a real actually based on a real story based on the Sony beam clan who lived in the cave in Scotland in the sixteenth century for over twenty five years they would robin cannibalize local villagers at night they were said to have murdered and eaten over a
"michael rooker" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Am can brew proud to be with you joined by Curtis Sally workers Sally is among no I like you before I met you you know why why because when you were a kid you played youth baseball and what are your coaches was a sports columnist Michael Michael Rooker yeah Mike loop because legendary and and in the sports journalism feel what kind of what kind of coach was like a volunteer dad if you will like many of my dad coats of my coach Dan I think two other dad's going to help out but he it's good it's always like a fun trivia question about me it hurts like this this guy with a little league coach and Mike Lupica it's a pretty cool connection I always ask you came to the organization a couple a couple of all seasons ago and you're with the arrays organization what what's the biggest difference good bad or otherwise between the rays and the rates and how things operate and how they approach things in particular for how they approach things piecing together a baseball team well the biggest difference is the fan base yeah well these local I don't know about I've never seen anything like this is unbelievable so good for you guys now but you know very analytical driven driven team they you know try to get every penny out of each player which makes sense and then and now now it seems like since I was doing the same thing going on to a to a much greater.