18 Burst results for "Mike Flanagan"
"mike flanagan" Discussed on The Aloönæ Show
"All right then. Yes, indeed. If you could travel back in time. What decade, would you want to live in. Ooh, probably. What decade. You know, that's such a tough one because I think of not wanting to live in turn of the century America, or during the 30s, with the great migration or during the civil rights movement so I'd probably go back to the 80s. So that was a really really great time for me to just kind of explore there was so much great music there was so much great art the fashion was wild. I think that I really really enjoyed that decade and I would love to go back to that decade, kind of, knowing what I knew. Now, especially for music and and stories, and just be a lot more voracious about it. Indeed. Yeah. Yeah. If you could host a talk show. Who would you have on as your first guest. I could host a talk show, you know, I would probably love to talk to. Geez. There's so many people, I would probably like to talk to my first guest would probably be. Probably Mike Flanagan Mike Flanagan has done. The Haunting of Hill House. Bly Manor The Midnight Club. One of my favorite movies, hush, just a really really brilliant did Dr. Sleep, which was the sequel to The Shining many many decades later. Just a really really brilliant guy and really interesting, I for what the story needs to be and I feel like that's such a weird way to say, an eye for a story but I think that he's such a visual writer, that there's a lot of things that he creates that that we just don't think about, and that just completely come conveyed and, and very singular across on the screen and make it very palatable and relatable very quickly he also is the king of what they call emo horror so the emotional sad horror quiet spooky sad horror which I absolutely love that's the genre that I write in, which is very melancholy horror, not a big, super slashy person doesn't mean I won't won't get there or there won't be a story or two with that but it's not really where I lean. But I think, because he's the most relatable to the genre that I write in, which would they would make a really good first guest for me. Nice, nice. If you could turn any activity into an Olympic sports. What would you have a good chance of winning a medal for clearing a charcuterie board.
"mike flanagan" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"A bridge between baseball's classic jewel box stadiums, like Fenway and Wrigley, and the concrete donuts of the 60s and 70s in cities like St. Louis, Philadelphia, and Pittsburgh. Memorial stadium was erected on the site of a previous park that had hosted a minor league baseball team also called the Orioles, as well as big football games, including the army navy game. The new Baltimore memorial stadium went up in the years immediately following World War II and was immediately expanded upon and modified as the prospects of Baltimore rejoining the major leagues became real. Charm city's history with big league baseball dated back to the very origins of the game, but the American League's Orioles evaporated after only two years in 1902, and Baltimore remained a large minor League City until the St. Louis browns moved there in 1954. The new Orioles, these are today's Orioles, made their home debut on a blustery rainy afternoon, April 15th, 1954 in front of 46,354 fans. The most recent prior big league game in Baltimore played on September 20th, 1902, a tracked a crowd and I'm using air quotes of just 138 people buster. Memorial stadium was not entirely ready. Scaffolding still covered parts of the ballpark, and some paving still needed to be done, but big league ball was back after a half century, and that's all that mattered. The Orioles and their football neighbors, the Baltimore colts, changed the city's captured the city's imagination in the 1950s and 60s. Born from the ashes of the hapless St. Louis browns, the Orioles developed a legendary farm system and became legitimate contenders as the 60s dawned. They won the first of three World Series titles in 1966, the season that MVP Frank Robinson became the only player to hit a ball entirely out of the ballpark there. On Mother's Day that year, he connected off Cleveland right hander, Louis Tian, and launched a ball up out and over the left field bleachers, a flag was later added to the point where the Titanic shot left the ballpark, which simply read here. The 1966 title was supplemented with the world championships in 1970 and 83, but the team's home park was starting to become a liability. Neighborhood traffic and parking were never good there, and there were many obstructed view seats. In the mid 70s, the oils played without a lease for two years. And they're expired agreement required them to play only 70 games there with no obligations at all beyond 1980. Rumors of a full-time move to Washington were real. And as the Orioles least situation annually stagnated, the colts bolted town in the middle of the night in March 1984. In June of that year, the Orioles agreed to move to a new downtown ballpark at Camden yards, thus saving the team for charm city. Memorial stadium's last Orioles game took place on October 6th, 1991, 7 to one lost to the Detroit tigers in front of a sellout crowd of 50,000 fans. The old ballpark lived on for a few years, but as time eventually came for it to be demolished. Starting in early 2001, the old gray lady of 33rd street was slowly taken apart. 10,000 cubic yards of concrete rubble from the stadium was used to build an artificial reef in the Chesapeake Bay. The site of the ballpark eventually gave way to a mixed use development called stadium place. Near the heritage run maintenance free senior living center. There lies a baseball diamond, which marks the site a big youth sports park built by the Cal Ripken senior foundation. It's called memorial field at the Y go there, imagine the robinsons, Brooks and Frank, along with Jim polymer Earl weaver, Eddie Murray, Cal Ripken junior, and others, and give thought to memorial stadium, which is this week's forgotten field. And Todd, you and I have talked about this before, a no ballpark closed more appropriately than what happened with memorial. Anybody who wants to watch that should go find this on YouTube, I've gone back and looked at it two or three times because it was just so moving. What they did is that the fans didn't really know what was going to happen after that loss to Detroit. Mike flanagan through the final pitch for the Orioles in that game longtime oriole pitcher, the game ends, and they basically tell the fans hey, there's something, you know, be ready. And then these former oriole players began to emerge from the home dugout in uniform. And one by one, Frank Robinson, Brooks Robinson, and without a word being spoken by the PA announcers because the fans all knew who these guys were. And eventually all the starting pitchers from the 1970 Orioles all go out together. You know, the four 20 game winners from 1971, Jim Palmer and Dave McGowan, it was just so well done and of course I think the last player if I remember correctly who went on the field was Cal Ripken junior. Helping to close the ballpark. That was anybody who loved sentimentality in baseball connected together should go back and watch that. Yes, would you echo me? I would and it really set the tone along with the closing of comiskey park just shortly before that for a slew of ballpark closings, including Yankee Stadium and Shea stadium in New York and Tiger stadium in Detroit, but buster, the dynamics of a smaller city like Baltimore and this very rich storied history in a kind of concentrated amount of time really made that a very magical ceremony. And I only went to one ball game at memorial stadium, but it really strikes me still, again, in the middle of this residential neighborhood, a high school across the street, such a kind of strange but very cool experience. Yeah, it was phenomenal. And the connection, you mentioned the connection in a small city between the team and the fans, so many of those oriole players lived in Baltimore not only during their careers, but afterward. Because they just enjoyed it so much. And that was part of the connection with memorial. All right, let's get to this week's quiz. All right, here we go. It is week 6 of our quiz, everybody. We have been hearing a lot about the 1884 St. Louis maroons, who were members of the short lived union association. So here's this week's question. Which one of these teams was not a member of the union association? Was it a, the Brooklyn bridges? Was it be the Pittsburgh stogies, was it C, the Baltimore monumentals, or was it D, the Kansas City cowboys, not a member of the union association, the Brooklyn bridges, the Pittsburgh stogies, the Baltimore monumentals, or the Kansas City cowboys? All right, Sarah, you can go first. Oh, why do I have to go first? Because it's a total guess and we're all in the same boat. A, the Brooklyn bridges. Taylor? I'll go with the Baltimore monumentals. Oh boy. We sing in Brooklyn bridges. I was trying to remember the time frame in which
"mike flanagan" Discussed on Whores Talk Horror
"Call the bitch yet though. This is good good. That's the key word. Final thoughts on the Flashback scene before we move onto the bar scene. No no i. I've i yeah. I thought it was very well done. So i think i think i've said all i had to say all right so next. We have the bar scene where we're introduced to. Tommy doyle now played by anthony michael hall. We have lindsey. Wallace played by kyle. Richards who is the original actress. Who plays lindsey and the seventy eight film. We have lonnie played by. Mike flanagan favorite robert long street. And i. i'll be honest. I didn't even remember that character. I know they said he was mentioned in the original halloween. But i didn't remember the boy that picks on time. Wallace in the original the yeah. He is dual. Yeah sorry wall still knew what you meant. Anyway and mini. That's your fault for not watching the original before you saw it again. Got to refresh yourself man. I did double feature two thousand eighteen. And then halloween kills. Actually that's how. I watched it and let me tell you. That was an intense evening and then we also have nurse. Marian played by nancy stevens who. I wasn't aware she was alive. But that i thought was a great surprise for fans and then tommy gives his speech to the crowd at the bar. So thoughts on the way the film reintroduced us to these characters from the original and also any thoughts. Tommy speech dave. Well here's where the the slide starts on You know thinking or thinking about it from a writing perspective and it is always fun to re introduce characters That we fell in love with that. We know that we have some sort of emotional attachment to and there's nothing wrong with that in and of itself if actors are still alive and you find reasons to capitalize on bringing them back. I mean you know that. That might be fun right. And if they're willing to do it that might be fun. I remember when i met charles ciphers at the fortieth anniversary halloween convention in pasadena in two thousand eighteen. I had asked him. Something about acting whatever's i'm not acting anymore. All of a sudden winds up in halloween. Kills right you know muslim on. No but i mean you know it's always yeah you never know but it's always fun and i get that the problem. Is that when you have a bunch of legacy characters. And you have an ensemble You run the risk of You know sort of sh short changing the point of them being there and having them things for them to do It's nice to see them. That's cool because that gets the feels that's the nostalgia field that's great but that's for the hardcore fan right the casual movie fan or even the casual horror fan doesn't even know who the fuck these people are and doesn't even care about them right like a perfect example is the shot of bracket in the hospital. Well we know as soon as we see him..
"mike flanagan" Discussed on Happy Hour Gets Weird
"She wasn't supposed to staff through her out and she froze to death and now she haunts the hall which. I didn't find anything legitimate backing that story. That's a fun. Urban legend. And i think that that is kind of what what both of our stories i mean. That's kind of what it comes down to. Is it even if something happened in the place. The stories that people talk about are ones that are just made up there. Just the lore. You know your legend of a place. It doesn't have to be based on fact and after so much time people believing a place as a certain way. I kind of think that it just is. Yeah and i. It's almost like you create that. I don't like you manifest Manifest like society or this group of people that go there that want experience something manifest as experience. Or maybe they're just to it. Or i don't know i think it's i think it's fucking cool the The bar and restaurant look fantastic. They have a whiskey bar. It's specifically a whiskey bar. Obviously they serve other alcohol but It's beautiful it is be youthful So i think i totally see why. It's like on top ten spookiest places to visit before you die. I am in i mean. I don't know if that's the name of the list. That's what i'm calling and stylistic. Kathy kathy kathy anybody county. It's the list. That cassie authored. I just put cassie authored together. Which turns you into kathy. So that's the stanley hotel. I mean if you've been there and you've experienced something or you've been there and you didn't experience anything but good food and good whiskey than you know. Damas de send us an email. We'd love to hear about if the hype israel. Pipe is not real. I just wanna say before we wrap this episode out. Thank you so much for listening to this block and have a safe. Halloween good idea. Yeah just keep it safe and have some fun in a safe way and we are looking. I'm looking forward to halloween. This is kind of like you know it's the start of holiday season for me is halloween so i'm looking forward to it. I'm looking forward to it to. I've had such spooky season and this block kind of finishes up that you know for us. You're on the pod. Yeah i can't wait for actual halloween. I have a lot of costume work. That i have to do for me and my children apparently and i'm trying to just chug as many scary movies as i possibly can me and cassie. Both separately together watched hush this last weekend various. I did yes we did i. Yeah and i'm trying to. I'm not exactly chugging horror movies. I'm i would say i'm cautiously sippy. She's she's at the wine tasting. And i'm in and i'm in the closet with the bottle and i'm just slamming it. You're doing keg stands. Yes yes hush was fun though right yes i really did like hush did. I really liked that actress. And i do because i don't know her name but she is stars and mostly mike flanagan's movies and that's a director. I do remember his name even more of third move. Her name is the beautiful. Kate siegel siegel as in the bird. Arabia's cycle it's s. I. e. g. e. l. maybe saigal or scientist and she is high cheema..
"mike flanagan" Discussed on Whores Talk Horror
"Welcome fours talk or we're not really horse. We just like word play. Hello and welcome to horace talk horror. I'm sharon and i'm melinda and this is our october tidbits of terror episode. Thank you mtv video music award winner. Carrie wieder for our tidbits theme. I mean seriously. Is there nothing. This woman can't do jeez well dies. It's october and each passing day means were one more day closer to halloween yay bittersweet to me. Yeah that's true. That's a good point but it's also very exciting and what tidbits in october. Be without some. Mike flanagan news. Sad beth what it would be. Then we're going to get a little festive for the holiday season and share some food key stories. We're going to check in with sharon for an update on how her annual thirty one horror movie. Marathon is going and you know what let's just right in with the flan man news. Yeah i can't really remember the last tidbits episode that we did not talk about. Mike flynn but yet we're going to talk about the new mike flanagan series. That was announced. And it's not the midnight club. It has been a couple weeks since this news came out. So you may all be aware about the new series by now. But if you're not here is the scoop. Flanagan tweeted on october sixth quote. I'm so excited about the series. It is like nothing else we've ever done more to come very soon and quote. I cannot wait to hear more details. But the series he's talking about is the edgar allan poe inspired limited series titled the fall of the house of ayrshire. Once again he is teaming up with net flicks to create this new limited drama. The fall of the house of usher is a short story written by plo and was first published in eighteen thirty nine it features themes of madness family isolation and identity. We all know that funding in as a master at telling stories with all of those themes and also a genius when it comes to adapting books are nobel's to the.
"mike flanagan" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"97 o'clock start For that one Rhode Island at one and Oh, Albany, coming off a loss to one of the best teams in the country in North Dakota state, and they are owned one, but certainly a strong team in the CIA right now. FCS Rankings statue. Uh, perform has Rhode Island at number 37, JMU, Delaware, Villanova and Richmond in the top 25. And would island in the same spot and the coaches poll as the sixth representative from the CIA, JMU, Delaware, Villanova, Richmond and UNH in front Bird Island, right in the thick of things time to spend some time with Mike Flanagan, as I said associate head coach Running backs coach recruiting coordinator for the University of Rhode Island. Mike Let's start with The Star of the game. One of the stars of the game Forward Island on Saturday. Justice Antrim gave you 96 yards rushing. Yeah, Justice. I mean, great kid, really, just a model for what we want all the guys on our team to be about flights through adversity, no matter what. Any opportunity that kind of come his way. He's accepted his role and continued to expand on it. So it's on that I got great trust in. I know Coach Fleming has great trust as well. The rest of our often So it was great to see him really step up on his opportunity and time camp talk about that moment when you knew Kevin Brown wasn't going to be able to go early on, and you had to look elsewhere for some of your answers that that running back position You know, Kevin, the great kid, Obviously, you know, felt for him. And you know, he's been a great leader and everything on our team. But really, you know, we talked about it on our team and and in our room as well. And there was no flinch. You know? Like I said, we got guys ready to go. Guys ready to step up. So, um, you know, just kind of getting everybody else ready, seeing who was going to step up and take advantage of that opportunity and trying to fill in for Kevin. So next man up mentality is kind of what we went to and the guys in the room. You know, we're ready for that. Again, Justice and some of the other guys just with their preparation, and everything really made me feel comfortable that will be able to get that job done. And justice is really uniquely qualified for situations like that right? Because he's kind of been that guy that's been waiting in the wings there if you need them type of player for his career, you all right? Yeah. I mean, you look at look at what he's done. I go back to, you know, Stony Brook a few years back, and he kind of had a big game and that one unlimited carries and he's been able to play a third down roll for the most part for us, and he's done a good job in that. Obviously, you know, in certain pass protections and catching the ball and backfield, but he's always known everything to do in every situation. Very high football like you and In awareness. Um, so you know again, he's showing a lot has continued to develop in the area that he needs to became much more physical runner physical in his past protection. Uh, you know, able to make guys were missed a number of different ways. So really with him and in those other guys, you know, we're feeling really good about our depth at that position, and unfortunately, the injury to Kevin, but you know, like I said, just giving him a chance to be able to step up and really take on the role, and I think it was something You know he'd been looking for and waiting for his opportunity to embrace it. Yeah, that depth certainly has helped absorb the situation. Tie. Murphy saw a little bit of him on Saturday night. Transfer from Purdue. Talk about what you have. And tie Murphy and where his development is right now. Tyree came in. Did a good job picking up the offense? You know, he's been, uh, very attentive in meetings coming in getting any extra work that he needs. It's really you know, for all these guys just getting Used to the feel and really the physicality of the college football. Um, and that's kind of where we're at with. You know some of our guys he's still only a freshman, so just getting them in there and given him more opportunities to be able to feel the blocks and see things develop in front of them and continue to develop him, just like justice and a lot of the other guys with the pad level and get more and more physical as he's carrying that ball. You're a Rhode Island guy Hendrick in and Saint Anselm's, though So, your local guy who knows the value of Ryland football to see guys like Jalen Smith and gave Sloat From Pawtucket in North Kingstown, respectively. Come on the scene help out right away. Got to make you feel pretty good, right? Yeah, It's great to see you again. You know it gets to what we've talked about in the past. And you know, there's a lot of talent in the Northeast and you look at our room where you know Kevin's from Massachusetts justices from Connecticut. You know you got Gabe in and Jalen and Rocco Cellino from Rhode Island. And then you got Billy Guidetti, who's Who's from New Jersey, and Tyreek Murphy, who is from New York. So we got all Northeast guys in that room. Um and you know, especially in New England and and Rhode Island. Specifically, there's a lot of talent here. It's just being able to come through and You know, unravel that town and then get it to be able to be developed, So I think it's been very Exciting for me as a Rhode Island guy to see Gabe and Jane would be able to take on the role and be able to get out there as early as they are in their career. Talk about jail, and he had a big role in Saturday night's victory as well on special teams on the return game and also As a running back for you very impressive in that second scrimmage as well. Talk about what you have there. This kid's good. Yeah, He's good. He's a good player and a really hard worker. He's a kid. You know, when you came in here about £170 soaking wet, um, you know, had a little injury that he dealt with in the spring. But use this time to continue to develop his body is up to Just over £200. So again, he's been able to put on some some good weight, uh, still be able to keep his speed that we knew we had out of high school and, you know, just developing his running style, and I think you know when he first got here, it's similar to a lot of freshman. He could take the ball in high school. Didn't really had to read too many blocks would just take that thing. Hit the corner and go. So really with him trying to get him to be able to understand the different blocking schemes on each run. Where is blocks blockers are coming from understanding the structure the defense so he knows where those holes are going to open up. And then being able to just get them north and south and be able to break some tackles..
"mike flanagan" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club
"You're correct about that. I think you're on that's an god it phoenix. You just clarified a lot for me. I think that's the right word. Is that the horror is not sincere. It's it's it's reflections of reflections. It's tropes and not in not its own thing thank you. Thank you phoenix for connecting. Some things in my brain. Sometimes i get there It always brings me a lot of joy. Hey thank you for and by the way. I don't regret watching this movie. But i'm never going to seek it out. Oh i've had to watch it twice. Its worst the second time i believe. Yeah because the first time you who where are they going with this and they don't and that's a movie that again it's not bad. It has a seventy percent on rotten tomatoes. That it kinda earned. Yeah it's the most competently made bad movie ever made. It's just not good or fun. it's just it's like the perfect five paragraph essay. It's never gonna change your life but you sure did get ney well with that. I think that we should thank everyone. We're glad that you're joining us. Still at this point with our besides we've got a really awesome next couple months for you. I also think that this episode is gonna flow really nicely into our conversations about revival because both this and revival toes some interesting lines around genre versus non genre Join us next time. Join us won't you. For maybe one of my favorite. Stephen king books revival. We will see you then. The bye bye.
"mike flanagan" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club
"To contrast that gerald's game does the opposite the exact opposite where gerald's game is brutal to watch heartbreaking terrifying precisely because it speaks to a difficult to otherwise see truth about what abuse feels like and and this. This just doesn't do that. It doesn't quite know what it wants. Those scenes to do i think and it is just uncomfortable like it's just on. There's not it's not like problem at it. I don't think that everything that you dislike has to be like morally bad but it is artistically a as you mentioned earlier it actually would have been better if it was more campy. Yeah could've because then you have that layer of artifice. That like fakey nece that you can kind of hide behind that you can engage with it on a more abstract level. If you're using catch up instead of blood. I would've liked to see the disney version of this movie owe. I wouldn't i think i'd rather die. I just i feel like i don't. I don't honestly know how you could do. A better. And i was thinking about it. I don't think that you could make a better movie. But i think that you could make a way fucking better. Tv show interesting because this story just needs more time to cook. There isn't enough space in this movie to really get all the layers that you get in the novel. I mean in the novel. You're talking about themes of alcoholism and intergenerational abuse of family. You're talking about found family in about the kindness of strangers about internet connectivity in the modern age and how that relates to children exploitation but also how it's empowering for the younger generation to get in touch with people like them like it's dense and you just can't get to that in the timeframe that this movie allow when you're as awesome as mike flanagan and stephen king and everyone involved in this show when you rule that much. It's hard to have the humility to not tackle certain things like you. And i is artists. I sure don't tackle stuff. Yeah that's true and in this time talking about the way. The internet affects children brings up for people thoughts of the cunanan cult and conspiracy theories about human trafficking and real human trafficking. Elyssa probably like the biggest and worst and most obvious thing that exists in the world. Is this topic an i as an artist. Not saying anyone else do an. I'd you would choose to just let the not someone smarter is going to deal with it for sure. He'd someone way smarter. If you're going to talk about chatting up. Joe we need whereas malala. Can she come talk about it. 'cause i don't need it. Yeah toy i think the..
"mike flanagan" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club
"Yeah and i think one of the things about this movie. Is that the those particular moments like the way that is crafted incomes about. All of us makes you mourn for sections that really. Don't work agree like you just talked about the best scene in the movie right. Yep were seeing in the movie via initial torture of labral. Yes doesn't make any damn good so far as to say pretty much. All of the torture in this movie. Misses the mark for me. Yeah it's not in your face. Like hereditary right. where like. Let's just do it if we're going to do let's do it. You know. and it's not or full in a way that's like. Oh my god like this is horrible. No matter who you are. it's just strange. It's too tropy to be justifiable in terms of real. Violence happens children all the time. But it's not tropy enough to be the georgia losing his arm and it. This is very clearly fiction very clearly not something that's actually happening in the world. it like. it's not it's not exploitation. No but it's not not expert. You know i mean like it is just kinda. It's uncomfortable in a way that is not entertaining and also not clarifying about the nature of how kids do get harmed all the time. I'm gonna make a really obscure reference. I hope you get it. Listen i referenced ruby earlier so you're good. The torture of children in this movie reminds me of what. Jj bitten minder must think children kidnappers. Do i do not know what the fuck your talk. Excellent a lot of people will just laughed listening to this. I promise so. There is a section in the john. Mullany standup comeback kid. In which he discusses a speech given to him at his chicago elementary school by a guy named jay. Jay bitten binder. Who's an expert on the abduction of children. Aunt got it hard the basis of this joke. Which is i think one of if not the most heard joke in america is that the trophy beliefs about the abduction and the harm of children are in themselves especially harmful. Does that make sense yes. I'm on the same page because if it doesn't get to the truth of the thing that then why are we talking about it because it's really hard to talk about and it's not a complete failure it's not offensive. It's not a breakdown it's just. Nobody watched that and was like oh yeah..
"mike flanagan" Discussed on Whores Talk Horror
"True true true. I wasn't thinking about that. We all know that. Mike flanagan and his wife. Kate siegel are a really great. Hollywood power couple. Who often worked together and flanagan's miniseries and also his films. They're both extremely talented. And somehow they still have time to raise two children together. They're not human. I know they're superheroes. I don't know when they sleep. I don't know it. yeah beyond me. And she's fucking gorgeous like how does he maintain that without any sleep agree but should keep be jealous of a little competition. Because mike flanagan is teaming up yet again with a net flicks to bring us another. What is sure to be killer series pun. intended flanagan and netflix. Just might be the new hollywood couple lose. So according to comic book movie dot com. It was announced that mike flanagan net flicks are pairing up to produce a new pilot based on the hit boom studios comic. Something is killing the children. Something is killing. The children is an original comic book. Created by writer. James tinian the fourth. An artist werther della terra. I don't think those are real names human. They have alien associates or our colleagues that. Make these things happen. Those are cool names. I've never heard the name werther except for but as a first name that yeah very very unique. I like it But the comic focuses on the town archers peak is children. Go missing without explanation. The town is sent into a frenzy. But when some of the kids return it isn't cause for celebration quite yet. Those that do bring with them haunting stories of monsters that live deep in the shadows around us when all seems hopeless. A mysterious stranger named eric slaughter enters their town. Erica's job she kills monsters. She's willing to do anything and everything to save archer's peak from what awaits them. The horror comic debuted in twenty nineteen as a limited series but eventually turned into an ongoing project due to its overwhelmingly positive reception. I had never heard of this comic before. But i haven't really been into comics in like twenty years. I used to read comics and graphic novels but was it. Oh preacher is what you used to reiterate preacher and why sort reading the walking dead and then I used to really like johnny. The homicidal maniac is well and then also squeeze which was like the spinoff from johnny the homicidal maniac. That's also what i say. Sometimes for fun squeak and then just like some other like random horror comics and shit like that but Yeah this actually sounds really cool. I kind kinda laughed. When you said erica slaughter because i was gonna say i cut you off but it was going to say. I wonder what she does slaughters I like the concept for this. Sounds kind of like lay. Robin ons meets gear mall del toro something like that. Yeah but then. Like with the slaughter aspect. I feel like there's one other. There's something else i wanna toss in there but i totally thinking of sharon said better than i probably could the french title the way it's pronounced but at the returned but the original french series not this ad. American attended a remake. So flanagan will not be working on the project alone. His longtime collaborator trevor. Macy will function as the show runner for the series. Trevor has been a producer on. I think pretty much all a flanagan's projects since oculus. I think he's worked on every single one since then..
"mike flanagan" Discussed on Whores Talk Horror
"Thank you e got winner. Gary wieder for our tidbits of terror. Jingle another thing to add to your resume and this tidbits episode. We have a rob zombie movie news. We talk about what we've been watching. And i have a rebuttal from our trivia. Episode soup snap plus. We've got some mike flanagan news. And we're finally going to talk about the netflix series behind her eyes. So to quote the beastie boys kick it all right. This is not news to anyone by now. Everyone knows this news. But i'm going to talk about anyways because i'm a huge rob zombie fan and i'm super excited for his announcement that he made by. Now you've all heard that rob. Zombie has officially confirmed that he has been chosen to write and direct a feature film based on the tv sitcom the munsters which ran from nineteen sixty four to nineteen sixty six. If you've never seen the show it's about family of friendly monsters who relocate from transylvania to an american suburb. it's basically a satire about european emigrants adjusting to life in american suburb in the series reflected shifts in the societal and political landscapes of its time. It starred fred gwynne as herman munster You may know him as judd from the original pet cemetery. Rest in peace buddy. He's awesome It also starred yvonne. Decarlo is lily. Munster his wife. Al lewis is grandpa beverley owen as marilyn munster but only for fifteen episodes. She was later replaced by pat priest. Who played maryland. in fifty seven episodes. She was the Odd one of the family. She was blonde hair blue. I didn't look like a monster. And then there was butch patrick who played herman in lily's werewolf son at so here's in the show. Were inspired by universal studios classic lineup of monster movies. And it's no secret to any rob zombie fan. That he is a longtime fan of the munsters. We all know his song. Dragging la which was named after the munsters dragster that was built from a coffin and he has often spoken about his love for the series and last week on instagram he posted quote. Attention boils and ghouls. The rumors are true. My next film project will be the one. I've been chasing for twenty years. The munsters stay tuned for exciting details as things progress and quote since that initial post. He's been keeping us posted on the project and he even posted a video of him. Driving the monsters. Coach with butch. Patrick who as i said played eddie munster in the tv series. Then on monday the fifteenth he posted that he was flying to hungary to begin location scouting for the munsters and this morning when i checked his instagram feed. He had some pictures and videos from places. He's been scouting in budapest and it looks creepy and beautiful and Yeah i'm really excited to see what he's going to do with this and like many fans of both rob zombie and the munsters. Maybe you're just a fan of one or the other. We probably have a lot of questions and we're going to be speculating a lot. On what zombies version of the munsters is going to look like for one is going to be color or black and white the original. Tv show was black and white. Is he going to stay with that style. Or is he going to modernize it and color..
"mike flanagan" Discussed on Whores Talk Horror
"Maybe even by yourself a tile that gives you damer is at night or nightmares during the day. Yes great sets too bad. Has an extremely irritating lead character that completely ruins the picture. This is a character drama with some cool atmospheric shots. That's about it. You're measuring the rest if you think it's the scariest thing you've ever seen and i don't trust your tastes in films just because a famous director also said it was scary seriously. The director of the sound of music created a true horror film. No he didn't and obviously couldn't all right. Here's where mini is really going to lose her shit and the remake at least has some creepy moments and fantastic production and that lead character. Did a much better portrayal was more. Sympathetic is not a great film either but at least you can see where janda and company were trying to create something. That was actually frightening. The scariest thing is why so many people call this film. Terrifying and worthwhile extremely overrated. Like eleanor you. People need to get out more. Okay i did. I backed up from the mike. Because i was laughing for a lot of that but i can we just pack up when he they were talking about the assuming the mike flanagan version maybe no. Oh god oh. They didn't talk about the mic plus. So they were talking about the one thousand nine hundred nine. Oh that's sad. That's even worse because that that is real bad. Why don't trust your your judgment of horror. Movies reviewer movies shit What did they say though that like likes so and so and crew they were. When did jon bon. You're okay okay. See right away. I was like. I went to the mike flanagan one because he said well. The new one was a little bit. Better i was like. Oh no your favorite remake..
"mike flanagan" Discussed on Horror Vein
"And the brother shot the father. Yeah and that's traumatic. Right there tara. The abuse that they went through when they were younger and the only way that she could deal with was was the go. It's because of a mirror. Now it was because the father was having an affair and it set off the mother to the point. And that's what that was the brothers perspective right right to the point where he tried to kill. She tried to kill the sister but did she. You don't know right. I see what you're saying because you've seen bits and pieces of what probably really happened. But they don't tell you what really happened right. Because i don't think any the characters really knew would happen because they were going through such a traumatic experience and you will forget things when you've been through a traumatic experience. I know that and so the sister is trying to justify everything biwott by mirror right so it couldn't be this terrible right. It was it. Was the mirror exactly and the brothers like well. No rings evident affair. Mom found out about it. She freaked out right. And that's what caused all this and she's like boy. They really messed you up there. Didn't they right right. Yeah okay right okay. I said when you see when you see a couple of times you're like oh. I miss that or i miss that. Oh that makes sense. And i sa- and really the film is left up to you but what really happened. And that's why. I really liked the film and i. I can understand why people probably wouldn't like it because it does get to be over too much. It's to be it's overweight. What's going on outside. I'm inside this happened. I really lightbulb outside. You see her. She's standing window and then he's in the car and then he's younger and going to the police cars so it's like right. It's happening again or is it. Just a rehash of when he was younger. Yeah you know. I've gotta tell you though. Those two little kids did a just a bang-up job they were just. I mean i was just trying to envision. If i was that's why i was that age and i had to go through the i mean the reactions. They know i'm repeating. But i was just so impressed with them. Both of them other film. And they were older versions. Were great too. Don't get me wrong. Everybody was great. But it's very god that little girl like you have to be brave. And now the children around the golf clubs. And she hits her mom with. And she's the father drags the mother away and she's like with mom and putting in a role could you imagine. Could you imagine. And so. I hear what you're saying. You go through something like that. Because they could never they take the golf club incorporate they tried to attack. The mirror can't so that there but the only time that they show that the mirror was actually breakable. Is when the father dad died. Yeah it's so that really sets off. That's the clue of that. Was the traumatic boom. That just broke it that the mirror was their sanity in a way in that broke the sanity. You can't break it. You can't even attack a- bobo boom. But when he got shot he broke the mirror. So i like. I said you can interpret it a whole bunch of different ways and and and that's what i really liked about the film and it's takes place in one part in in the house pretty much doesn't go anywhere and doesn't really know it's in it's just you don't know what's going on and they were talking about talking about Katie sack off her performance. She really got into the role to the point where she was leaving. Set with actual bruises Because she got into it so much longer yeah she really yeah. She really went went for fantastic. Yeah he was great. She really what this was like. Mike flanagan breakout movie of this relief. Put them on the map Because it's it's so well done whether or not you understand. The story is one thing but if you look at how he sets up scares and how it's acting and how it's put together You could see like oh. Wow this guy's got something and it was really good so then that led up to eventually doing hush so dr sleep after that you know the guy and he's he did the the haunting on of hill house for net house. Yeah i haven't seen that yet to see that. Oh okay unbelievable. Is that a. It's all it's a tv series okay. It's but you have to watch that one. There's a second one the haunting of some other house and it was. That wasn't that good but the haunting of hill house. Oh wow mini series miniseries. Yeah she loves like on and stuff and all that love it. It's very like she loves the conjuring and like Rose red and all that stuff. So i bet she'd like it now so after i saw hush it was kinda like oh i gotta get all mike flanagan's movies and those like oculus those like on sale like picking it up but okay got it and when it watching it was like who that at founding really got me i was like god damn it i liked. I liked her. I mean his sister. Was you know she was trying you know and she just got set up to. Where did she actually die there. I don't know or you don't did it did he. Do it mistakenly you know it was. I was like i was devastated. Because the whole movie. Such a downer at. There's no because yeah. There's no winner in the film. There really is yeah. It's pretty dark. it's not a happy movie. No it is not definitely not a feel good movie. feeling well after. This movie was like Yeah it's yeah. Because i me i mean it was definitely good. I think there was a little too much going on I get it. Yeah it pulled me away a little bit of back. You wanted to break the mirror. You wanted to like so easy to have some absolutely swelled so easy to dry your own. It's like bring the mirror your house. Why haven't your house. So that's what i said i don't the mirror was ever real okay. I think it was just part of it was just a symbol that it was in the father's office because that's what he did. He sold that shit antiques and it was that main thing it was like the only thing they remember because every time they went in that room they would the mirror and that's what they wanted to wait a minute. What about when when the mothers in there and she gets like this. Big huge gust of wind comes through her and she changes. What about that. That could Like i said it could it. If you want it to be a horror film. Yeah the spirit took took a hold of her but rally is but really what it was was her breaking point. Okay ever.
"mike flanagan" Discussed on Whores Talk Horror
"Welcome fours talk or we're not really horse. We just like word play. Hello and welcome to horace talk hor. I'm sharon and i'm melinda. This is our february tidbits of terrorism. Would you run. Thank you rock and roll hall of fame. Inductee carry wieder for our tidbits of terror theme song when it plays in case you missed our most recent with carrie we actually did a horror ethic experiment episode with her where we made her watch five. Horror movies That she has never seen before five classic movies and it was a radio interview with her ago in. Check that out but this is tip of terror and on this episode. We are going to be talking about some new. Mike flanagan news. We also celebrate women in horror month in give shouts to some of our favorite women in the industry. We are also going to be discussing a new true crime book that has been compared to the works of an rule..
"mike flanagan" Discussed on Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast
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"mike flanagan" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast
"But i'm so glad i finally watch this movie because it's just as good as everyone made it out to be actually watched it right after watching murder party for awesome movie or but yeah this movie is just i mean talk about you know tension and like just revenge movies in general. This is just such a good revenge movie. Make him blair. Who's in all of his movies. I believe is fantastic. It's just so like darkly funny and Just a every scene is just like a masterclass in in this kind of movie and then straight up until the very end which i just think is just pitch perfect that ending. This is just a great movie. And i i guess i have to listen to people and they tell me that it's so watch movies. Sometimes people are right yeah. I'm sure i was one of the people telling you to watch that. Because i was on that train for that movie really early on because i saw it at an af. I fast when it showed there in two thousand thirteen or maybe it was even in twenty twelve at the end of two thousand twelve. I don't know but whatever it was it was playing the festival circuit. And i didn't really know anything about it and i went in to see it and just was so amazed and jeremy sony. It was they're talking about it and so from that moment on i was just telling everyone how great it was and it ended up. I think it was the number one on my list of my regular top ten list that year and yeah that's a fantastic movie and he's really talented and he's gone on to do great staff green room as you re mentioned and i. I like hold the dark to his good. Yeah but Blue ruin easily the best thing. He's done so so good and I'm glad you watched. It are some so number one. What are you guys so my number one film is another movie about a potentially mentally unstable woman who is being dismissed by the people around her. Here yes there you go exactly and again. I had anticipated. And i watched all these movies for completely different reasons and this was just a movie that i randomly that it was in my net flicks. Dvd cue which is still a thing that i have and it just kind of came up the next thing the innocence from nine hundred sixty one directed by jack clayton and it's also kind of relevant for this year because it's an adaptation of the turn of the screw by henry james which was twice adapted in two thousand twenty first into the movie the turning with mackenzie davis from the very beginning of the year which is not good at all And then also the haunting of blind manner the net flicks that a lot of people really like from mike flanagan which i have not watched the both of those are based on the turn of the screw this i would venture to say even not having watched the haunting blind manner is by far the best adaptation of the turn of the screw..
"mike flanagan" Discussed on Whores Talk Horror
"Okay if it was a full length movie. 'cause they have. Bob clark tried to make sequels as i think you probably know With olivia hussey even on board. But it just never happened because they could never find the right chemistry or whatever. I don't know. I'm actually kind of interested in this so i'm speaking out. I actually kind of interested. And i like the fact that is sequel not a remake because the remakes to me i mean especially the two thousand nine hundred one. Why is that even a remake or why was that. You know touted as a remake because it's so different from the original in so many different ways. I think it would have been a better film or maybe not a better film but i think it would have been more successful in the box office. Possibly if it was just given a different name altogether. I think it would have received much of the hate but i did. Wanna just talk about mcrae. 'cause obviously he's a huge fan of this film As we are so he explained that the goal of this film was he wanted to create a tribute film of one of the most famous canadian films ever made by making short sequel that displays the same type of mood atmosphere and theater of the mind. That black christmas gave us in one thousand nine hundred. seventy four. What black. Christmas did for the canadian film industry has never been forgotten. He said so. It's me. Billy is set to be released this spring. And there's also an teaser trailer that we will add a link to that in her episode description. And i know you and me don't watch trailers anymore. But i did watch this teaser. And it really. Has that same vibe that the original black christmas had so. I'm actually kind of excited for this. I actually am totally surprised you here but i actually am to first of all if they were to make a an actual movie sequel. That's one thing. But i really like the idea that this guy is paying tribute and in wants to recreate the tea. Said basically i really like and the fact that it's a short icon feel. This might be all in my head and me over thinking it. But i kind of feel like. He's recognizing like this is a great piece of horror i want to do a tribute but like i'm not gonna trample on it or i'm not going to step on its toes. Sounds like it sets the mood. Like i'm down. I'm excited. i'm curious. I wanna see it. And there's also a lot of short that become full length feature films so yeah who knows depending on how successful this is. It could actually be turned into a full length feature film which also would not be mad at because for everything you just said. Yeah if it's somebody that truly it's kind of like our good friend mike flanagan. He clearly reveres the source material that he when he's doing an adaptation he. He clearly reveres that source material..
Netflix Sets Title for ‘Haunting of Hill House’ Season 2 – Which Is Definitely Not About Hill House (Video)
"The hunting of hill house season two is in development. And we now know what it is going to be about Chris tell us about it. Yeah. There have been rumors that Netflix was interested in a second season. And at the time, it seemed kind of unlikely because the first season of he'll house wraps everything up pretty well and adapts one book and so on and so forth. But now we know there is a second season and rather than taking a traditional approach, Mike, Flanagan and Netflix. They're gonna turn it into an anthology series sort of similar to what AMC is doing with the terror. So each season is going to be a new story and while the first season adapted. Shirley Jackson's the haunting pill house season two will be adapting Henry James's the turn of the screw. Which is another classic ghost story. It's been adapted into a film into films. If you times before the innocence is probably the best example of this, very spooky black and white are movie. And this is really cool. I'm very excited. This I loved the haunting hill house per season. And I really liked turn of the screw. I think Mike Flanagan is very talented and undis- gonna assume because this is what I hill house. Did it's going to take a lot of liberties with the book because he'll house only really took like names in certain ideas, and then created its its whole like new thing. And I'm guessing that's what they're gonna do with this as well if they're taking that many liberties, why do they even need something to adapt with the second season. I mean, you know, there's brand recognition. I guess I guess it's also like a framework. Work because he'll house it borrowed ideas and frameworks stuff from the book. And I'm guessing this is gonna take that singer a framework where turn a screw it's about a governess who is hired to watch over to orphans, and she becomes convinced. The the mansion she's washing them in is haunted and the kids could see them. But at the same time, the book is very ambiguous in that. Maybe there aren't really go species. Just crazy. So I'm guessing they're going to use that formula where there's a woman who thinks house is haunted, but maybe she's nuts. That's what I'm guessing. They're going to use that as a springboard to create something new Jakup. I know you were a huge fan of this first season. What do you think of this news? Yeah. The first season's phenomenal. Mike Flanagan is phenomenal. I love this idea. I have not read the turn of the screw by have seen the innocence. And I feel that we have this idea the older horror films aren't scary. There could be spookier interesting. But the innocence is scary it holds up as a genuinely unsettling go story. Even though it's my God. Six years old now. So it's I'm very excited by this idea of with funding did in extent what Chris said is he took what Shirley Jackson was with the hanging Phil house and took two Matic core. And built it out in ways that were more personal to him or person was writing staff and transform those ideas into something that was passionate and personal to him as a storyteller. So like, I'm taking this. This very different goes story with very different ideas. And you know, remixing through his lens in the style of the first season that is incredibly exciting. And I am all for more. Great anthology driven hard to sounds like it's such. It's such a great idea to get more cool go stories in front of right