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"mr lobo" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

07:27 min | 3 months ago

"mr lobo" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"But I'd love to get Mr Lobo back on again next year and also to I was just thinking about that, David. This mulch in The new suicide squad movie is getting some buzz, as is his role as polka dot man. I hear it. I'm sort of getting the early whispers of the twist that they have of the character and I kind of can't wait west of the Rockies. Robert is in Tucson. Coast to coast Am for open lines to the top of the hour. Robert Hi. I just wanted to mention that you were talking about the mummy movie Your personal, Actually, I I've heard have noticed this myself that some of the scenes in that movie or patterned after the Lugosi Dracula film, particularly the scene. When Karloff confronts the two Egyptologists. It's almost a copy of the scene where Dracula confronts. Um then tell Suman Hell thing is its own that they they did it that way. On purpose That's interesting and and quickly. One other thing from last night. Take two seconds, Um, contract what? The guest said last night Steve Rail, inspect the actor who starred in Helter Skelter. His career did not evaporate after that film he had over 40 films. After that, and anybody would, you know, love to have the career he had with that many pictures not only leads, but a lot of them supporting roles. Where, all right, I think that was two nights ago you were talking about when they had the Manson guest on. They were talking on Thursday night, but it did it. It may have gotten replayed. Let's start where you were right. That was my show, but you know, it's interesting about Steve Railsback. That is kind of the thing that gets said about him. I think what is more accurate in a way is it limited his roles because it was he was so effective his Manson That it was hard for him to play a romantic lead like after that, and I think he was a good He's a good looking actor, and I do think it limited what he was able to do, although it didn't stop him from working, But fair point. Appreciate that. And yeah, he that if you go in that That made for TV syriza of the Manson murders. Where they had an actor portraying Boo Leo. See, and you know it was they? They did such an amazing job on that. It was a two part Made for TV movie for CBS. And the I thought that I was included. This part of this was in my dissertation, actually, because it's It's when true crime is done well, and that was done very well. They used enormous. I mean, just like word for word pages from the trials. And they even re used things like the actual car. And they used the houses. I mean, that was extraordinary at the time that that's how the kind of the detail they were looking to get in that made for TV mats in series helter skelter from so Many years ago. Michael is in Greensboro on a wild card line on coast to coast. Am Michael. Yes. Hello in happy Saturday and Happy Hanukkah, everybody And you Yes. Um, yeah. I wanted to ask you like what is your take a night dating during the pandemic? I mean, how are you? How would someone go about doing that place? I know you just have that promo for Paranormal Day, Please. So Well, I mean, dating in the pandemic would be like dating anywhere else. You just start. Maybe you stay in that phone call zoom area a little longer than you might if you were just meeting somebody and getting to know them, say, dating online. Pre pandemic, right. I mean, you don't necessarily have to rush in tow, seeing them in person. That's how you kind of find a love connection. Lots of people do that. OK, well, I get that maybe a little bit old fashioned. I'm not big on the whole Internet dating thing so, but I mean, you could still date now, But I think with all these, you know very, you know, new protocols. It is somewhat of a challenge, I think, Yeah. Well, I mean, I happen to know from even people in my own family that you could still meet somebody for coffee. You know? Generally you just have to be very careful. You space ourselves apart. You wear a mask. You don't You know, I mean, there are ways to slowly Introduce each other to each other's bubble. And that's what a lot of young people do is that they get tested. And then once they know that, at least for that snapshot that they're clear that's a way that they can start to. Perhaps even You know, create a little bit more physical space with somebody else Is that what you're talking about? Uh, yes, I mean, well, I guess my my, um, issue with is right now, you know, there's no life concerts. There's no life plays. And you know, here it is. We're in the holiday season and its We have all this, You know, restriction on and it's just, I think, at least for me, and I think some other people it's really putting kind of a melon kind. A lot of people spirits, I think I mean, I understand this stuff is necessary, but Here It is the holiday season and, you know, it just doesn't feel jolly like a normal holiday season would be, you know? No, it doesn't. So that's a test of our character, isn't it? Yes, it's always a test of our character when something isn't normal. What do we do? Do we complain? This isn't normal. This should be just how I always like it. Or do we learn to pivot, you know, and do we adapt? I think that's that's always been the case doesn't matter where or when. I mean you could be an economic downturn. You still pivot? You don't have as much money to spend, maybe socially say have to be a little bit more creative. On by, think that's where something like Paranormal date comes into it, especially it takes a long time sometimes to get to know somebody. It doesn't happen. Overnight, so why not take a slower wind up? Stay safe. Meet somebody on zoom. On Ben. When you feel like it's worth the risk, just like anything else would be worth the risk. Just like An STD would be worth the risk at a certain point in the competition. You know, in the relationship in the conversation, it might get physical, so you don't just follows a very similar pattern. I don't I'm not sure I I understand why it's so extraordinary. It's just it may be asking us to do more. And and I think this this is always a matter of where do we find the spirit of the joy? Is it external stuff? Or does it come from within? And I think maybe that's where sometimes we have to dig a little bit deeper. And been reinterpret what family means and reinterpret what get together means and just until we get through this, and we will. There's another side to this right. There's nothing there's nothing that unusual. It's sad. I mean, it's been impactful. But this isn't terribly different than what people went through during World War two and I'd like to think that I have every bit the character that my parents had when they had to make the sacrifices they made, you.

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"mr lobo" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

12:24 min | 1 year ago

"mr lobo" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Okay. Welcome back to Costa coast, Mr Lobo with us as we talk about all this, when you were younger when you were a kid where you into all this. Absolutely. But I was I was terrified. It was it was my father was really into it. And I was I was cowering under the, the coffee table. Trying to be as close to his recliner as possible. But definitely try to stay out of reach of the crawling hand or whatever was coming out of the television set. And one day I had a mental break and realize that this isn't torture me playtime. You know. And I really began to enjoy it, and then I wanted to be part of it. I wanted to figure out, you know how that jelly coming out of the crawling hand or could I make that out of, you know, out of a rubber glove, you know, you start having those, those spots that maybe you could scare someone or you could put on a show or, you know, and I think that's a lot of what, what, what those programs, especially with the magic and stuff like that. They, they breed imagination. You wanna you wanna you wanna create those allusions. They sure do let's have some fun this hour, Geoffrey. In Alta, Loma California to get started on the wildcard line. Jeffrey. Hey, good evening. Good too heavy with us. Go ahead. Jeffrey, welcome. Thank you. It's funny you mentioned the crawling, Dan. That's what I call. That with my mind. I knew you were calling about the crawling hand. Jenner eleven. I saw that movie. And, and until I was about thirteen or fourteen I finally convinced myself that wasn't under my bed. That's the power of that film. That got a lot of people. Yeah. And lots of really liked to mention the. Yeah. The other limits that, that was one of my favorite one. Favorite episode of outer limits. Oh, gosh. The guy with the big ball of head running around. That's a good one. Zante misfits is my favorite with the weird insects. Different mindset from one step beyond twilight zone wasn't it? Yeah. ABC had a mandate that they had to show, the monster in the first five minutes. So it was totally reversal. There was never any Spence really all about. It was it was a monster of the week show. So it was all they had a very different mandate than twilight zone. They were they were the anti toilet. How did they do in the radio, very well very well very popular show, but they definitely were counter programming twilight zone. So they it was it was monster of the week that was, how that show was designed Dearborn heights, Michigan. Jay's with us. First time. Caller, high Jay go ahead. Yeah. I wanted to mention three movies. One was children shouldn't play with dead things love that movie. The second is attack of the mushroom people. I love that movie too. But these are all miss unvarying misunderstood movies, and the third is. I'm not sure the title is torture chamber of Dr sadism or. Doctor satan? But I'm not sure I think I know what you're talking about. Christopher Lee was in it, where they it was kinda based on a pit in the pendulum. That's great. Hey g I grew up in Dearborn heights. Greenspun and telegraph. Yup. And I was down more south toward Taylor. Right by telegraph in Annapolis right around there. Absolutely. Thanks for the call. Jay. Thanks. Appreciate it. Small. World, isn't it? Mr. Dr it's very strange. Call from Saint Louis tonight. I just know there's no question about it. I mean they love you love you everywhere. Oh, no personality or something. Good to people. I I'm, I'm controlling them with my hypno- raise. They have no will of their own. Have you ever put a spell or curse on anybody? No, you're not that way. No not. No. There's just just a some brainwashing perhaps, but nothing serious. So you're, you're a host, but, like right around Halloween. Would you Right around Halloween usually, they're a lot of iding film host film festivals. Typically, you know that's a lot of what I end up doing which, by the way is only two and a half months away. Can you believe appearances at movie theaters hosting shows is typical I do some conventions I used to do monster bash but they've not doing it in October this year. So I might be at a different convention this year. So monster mash great song. Thomas in LA Hoya, California. Hey Thomas, your turn. Go ahead. Thank you for taking my call and greeting St. you, Mr Lobo and things in the nineteen forties and nineteen fifties. Because I remember it as a young adult is, you know, you'd read these twenty five cent paperbacks by Robert Heinlein, Theodore sturgeon Philip k dick CMO going bluff, and drain Norton Ray bribery, and many of them, many of the stories covered mind control. The idea that your mind could be hijacked by some nefarious entity or government institution, whatever and. Young adults like me at the time movies like the Manchurian candidate. With Frank Sinatra science fiction, you know, one budget, just like forbidden planet or TV shows like the nineteen sixty eight the prisoner and budget, but we considered them science fiction because mind control was a topic that was, you know, discoursed on heavily by the science fiction writers in the forties and fifties. And I was wondering, if you know if you could relate to that on the Manchurian candidate or the prisoner or other shows. Well, definitely, you know, science fiction, reflects, our real fears horror, real flex are, are real fears. And, you know, I think especially in the Cold War. There were a lot of experiments being done and thoughts that we could control people's minds. And, and, you know, I think the fantasy allowed us to explore those things and certainly the prisoner. It's like what do you do with all the people who know too much? Well, you put them on an island. Keep them there. You know. So it's, you know, I think that it had a lot to do again, with are real fears. And I think that science fiction has always been socially aware and the guys. Right. That stuff are real smart. And, and I think a good way to tell the truth is to pretend to lie. There's a new area that the we're spending a lot of time on these days, Mr. logo, and that is the area of conspiracies. Are you seeing that now in that genre of movies or TV shows? There's definitely a lot of with conspiracies but I feel like it's, it's, it's so mainstreamed. I think that everyone feels that all these conspiracies are, are happening are real. Yeah. I it's a different kind of thing. It's like, okay, we know we all understand that this is going on. So let's explore this idea. You know, that's that's very different than maybe this might be happening. This kind of thing could be happening. The the tack. Now is this is, this is real. And how do we deal with it? Hours west of the Rockies in Vancouver. Washington high Howard, welcome to the program. Hello, George, Mr. logo. Readings. I remember a lot of these ci- fiction series is on television. I call science fiction theatre. I remember how it used to start out panting around a laboratory showing these different instrument with that great music. Yes. And the one that. I saw you know, perhaps about twenty years ago that was probably the most imaginative scifi series I've ever seen tire scape. That was a great show, Hinson, I believe was involved with that guy. Yeah. And it was outstanding. It really had a cheese cheese set. You know. But, but it was it was funny and it was it was creative. But the one that Ray characters the series that really unsettles me the most, you know, that's what you're asking about was one step beyond. And I love that show that series gave that an extra edge was that all of the stories? We're supposed to be true, you know, at the end of every story, they always had a list of people that had signed affidavits and things of the sort as the reality of what would have happened. And there's, there's one particular episode that I remember that really unsubtly. I, I don't know if you I wanted to help me, remember what the title of it was. This was about a this took place in Germany, back in the nineteen thirties before the war started. And there was a group of people that had formed a glider. And every every weekend, they took this layer up, in up in the, and there was a meadow of there, they use their card told this thing and, and a lot and his called reunion what it was. Yeah. Yeah. And then on the last, you know, when they knew the war was coming. They, they also were to each other that they would they would meet back at that same place. What was the first Sunday after the war? And remember that sowed? Yes, I didn't remember what it was called. Oh, reunion. Nineteen fifty. Yeah. Quick. That was a great one. I also remember the one where the guy invented the pill that you dropped into water in turned into gasoline. There was one with the woman he was she was wasn't. She shrinking. She was slowly sort of just. Wasting away. You know that was one that really I thought when I was a kid and it really bothered me real. Let's go to David in Columbus, Ohio, east of the Rockies. David, go ahead. Good. I'm sixty. I've been listening to you for ages and ages on and off his first time call. Thank you. I really doing. He. My brother teams over Meech keeping tonight. My parents went and played bridge every weekend plays bridge anymore. And everybody chiller, they're all playing Pokemon. Now. Really? We watch Chiloe theater, and I have cable marriage. And I can remember mum jumping all over him make that you gotta game next weekend. Let me do it again next week and over and over, all my life and young that we watch the it was one show, though. And the reason I called, I remember it is, is a still shot of a lizard, Taipei, Lian man with a boomerang and inside the boomerang curve. When he's big notches, at least I could just cut anything in half it, but it was at the scene of standing on the, he'll just terrified, you know, what outta me that I've never I don't ever remember seeing it since, and I don't remember I just thought out and TV when you eat, you might remember rang, it's not the Gorn from Star Trek. I can't what, what the lizard lizard with a boomerang might be that ring a bell with you giorno. No. It doesn't. How about you, Tom? Do you know that one? No. He doesn't either if I think it's scary one report. Our report in my, my fans are pretty smart. I bet y'all end up hearing, that is somebody.

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"mr lobo" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

15:05 min | 2 years ago

"mr lobo" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"With Mr Lobo. What did you think of the twilight zone series, Mr Lobo the originals the original twilight zone? I mean, it's amazing. I mean, I think that they never get old and rewatch ability is incredible. I I watched those episodes over and over and over again, and they they just never be never get old. And rod sterling his stuff was so sharp, and he was just such a keen observer of human nature and a great host. I mean, rod Serling is kind of a horror host, really. Yeah. He was the way he'd come out and everything else. Indeed it, but it wasn't all horror flicks. No, all it was all imagination. That was really what the toilets. They had messages behind every show. Absolutely. Absolutely. I think it was it was a great way to use fantasy as a metaphor for the human condition. What about the Alfred Hitchcock mystery the're remember that one was good too? Outer limits was good to twilight zone was better. But I think Alfred Hitchcock was great too. And he was like his presentation. And was very horror host like I love when he was talking about his headache remedy, and that could be taken in a tiny capsule just starts putting bullets on the desk in front of him. I mean, what about the science fiction theatre remember that of course, science fiction, which did not have a host. No, it did not it just started. And they just started. But a great who's an anthology a wonderful anthology show. How come those shows don't work anymore anthologies are tough? Because again, it's every every week. It's a different show. And I think that you know, I think now all the shows are so pop RAs because that's the way they keep they continue from one to the next breaking bad and all that. Yeah. So I think it's this new twilight zone. It would be a whole they're doing a new tales from the crypt at a new twilight zone. So hopefully, you know, we're cutting back to to being able to do that. But you have to have an audience. Oh, black mirror is a good modern. I'm good. How do you think? Show you like. Yeah. I like it. I don't not always in the mood for it. Because it's so dark. It's like, yeah. I get it technologies. Terrible. And it's making us horrible. But you know, I don't know if I want to hear that story every week. But it's you know, the the they had a choose your own adventure one. That was really kind of interesting called Bander snatch. There was one where there was a guy who was putting himself into a Star Trek type show using technology to kind of live out his fantasies, and and a lot of kind of things that's really strike home with with today's generation. And I and I think a lot of the stories like the twilight zone have something important to say about where we're at as socially and everywhere and as just as as human as humans, we're packed with call. So let's go to Greg in Tampa, Florida. Hey, greg. Go ahead, sir. All right. Yes. I have a couple of movies that I remember trials. The original thirteen ghosts thirty also William Catholic thirteen goes who'd have the ghost viewer. If you looked into their I believe if you look in the red one at meant, you belie believed in go seeing we're looking in the blue lens that you didn't believe in goes something like that. But you didn't see it was like a three d thing. They had the lion tamer that the lion and finally bit his head off. And then they had at the end of the movie the child a little boy, you know, is was being predicated upon and the way that he got rid of his is dull adversary close. There was like a bet that came down and suffocated them together the movie, right, right? You don't want. I watch that. In the bad. Like, they want to see the goes. That's what I want to know. I was just I wonder who would wanna watch the movie with the lens. The tides all the ghosts. I would think that everyone would want to watch it with the lens that allows you to see the ghosts. Well, yeah. But, you know, back then I just had a black and white TV. Oh, sure. Then. The other one I liked, of course, was the house of lax, you know, where the heroine Veon, the young girl, you know, she was finally supposedly being, you know, have have hot wax, boiling, hot wax sport over her. You know? For young young, man. Big was also a big three D movie. Also. Which one was at the Mr Lobo house of wax was was the first three D movie as far as I know. Do they still do three d? Oh, yeah. Absolutely. You know, I max has a lot of major walk busters are all simultaneously created it in three d it's not the red blue three d it's not the three D. It's the whole three d let's go to Cleveland, Ohio Sandra's with us east of the Rockies. Hello, sandra. Hello. Oh, how many times I've tried to call this one? You're ball. You got through this time. I'm glad you're here. I wondered if you knew at all in your radio travels a man named mill Cargill from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Oh, chilly. Billy deli. Absolutely. Yeah. He was one of the great horror hosts in Pittsburgh. He of course, did radio for years after his television days, and he's also forever immortalized in night of the living dead as as a television, one of the one of the guys going around with the posse at the very end of the movie he is involved with that as as a tour of television reporter. So he actually has a role in one of the most famous or movies of all time. But the reason they put him in that movie because he was there horror host. And he they grew up watching him. Did you know him, Sandra? I well only through the TV that I felt like you grew up with him. Didn't you? You grew up watching him. Yeah. Yeah. And it was like thank goodness. My sister-in-law. I had a one bedroom asleep. I'd love it was he was one of the he was he was one of the normal guys. He did not dress up like a vampire or Google or anything like that. He was usually like in a tuxedo or turtleneck, and and, but he did show the horror movies, and he was very quick on his feet. Very very very funny naturally funny. My pal, of course, more guests who originated in New Orleans. They ended up hiring him in Detroit. And I'd come running home from school every day. Mr Lobo just to watch him because he would do the zany little weather bits around some kind of science project. Everything always went wrong. Everything went wrong with his science thing. I feel so bad for Borges. When is he going to get an experiment that actually I know it he came in the studio here a couple years ago. My staff flew him here for the holiday wonderful. And he wanted me to. Mr lobo. The mortgage wanted me to do an experiment with him. And he said that he had developed a force field that he could put around. So he told me to smack him in the mouth. And I said I am not going to hit you in the mouth mortgages in. He said, George it'll work in a work Georgian work. So he put this force field around him. Of course, you can't see it. Yes. He said now hit me hit me right here right here in the mouth, and I knocked out his tooth. Oh, wow. That guy is amazing. Absolutely. I mean, what a treasure one of the all-time. Great hor Tracy's with us truck. Driving in Mississippi high trace go ahead. George. Thank you for taking my call, actually, your previous caller chilly. Billy. That was that. He was huge people loved. I have an autographed picture of him. Every time. I do monster bash picks, Pittsburgh, which is the big convention there in in Butler, or sometimes it's in Mars, Pennsylvania. But in that area near Pittsburgh. Every single person comes up to me and says, oh, okay. You're doing a chilly. Billy card daily. Is he still alive or is he gone past? But you know, he used to do those all those conventions up until up until the year. He passed he was at all those shows signing autographs shaking hands, you know, really very very good to his fans had a smile and a joke for every single fan and kept his energy up well into his later years in most of those days, they didn't have the capability of videotaping. No, what they used to do as they used to do something Kyle Kennedy scope, which they take a picture of a picture, right? It would be a video camera shooting a film camera shooting video image, and then recording it onto film. It's too bad. We lost some great things videotape was too expensive. So a lot of a lot of those days, you're not exist. I think there's maybe just a few minutes of vampire, a few minutes of of Google a lot of those even Bob Wilkins who was in the seventies. Who's my horror host? You know, they only have like a handful of complete shows. Most of that stuff. Got your bulk erased, you remember soupy sales. Now, he wasn't a horror host. But he he started in Detroit. Did a show. There got picked up by a B C went to Los Angeles. And then became a superstar was very influential to horror hosts, though, I think the kids show hosts were were very influential to horror hosts, I think is very similar line of work in Spain Guli who's really popular right now out of Chicago. He does a lot of bits that are right out of soupy sales. Where you've got like he's talking to like just sticky relating hand of person that you don't see that's very soupy sales. And you know, he used to host after between Jack power and Johnny Carson. He do the tonight show once in a while. Oh, relate philan-. I never knew that rate to see. I would love to see him do the tip. He's a funny guy. He had great characters fast fast, fast and funny. Very very quick. Could improv Mark in Lincoln Nebraska's with us now. Go ahead, Mark. Hey, mark. Yeah. Trying to longtime ago I gave up for a while finally got through. Yeah. Yeah. One of the guys beaming that I met him, and he got his autograph in Lincoln, doctors sanguinary. Nebraska, Dr sanguinary. Absolutely. And there's another generation of doctors sanguinary, not the same person. But some of that character still continues today. Yeah. I got his autograph and a picture and stuff when I was a little kid. And then I remember macabre. And there was there was a couple of other ones. I can't remember their names longtime ago after that. But yeah. And then a couple of the movies. I remember that a classic. Let's see one of them was called blood relations. You remember that? I don't blood relations. Tell me more. I have the VHS. Well, I've seen it one time. And then I I took me a long time to find a VHS. But it's got I can't think of the guy's name. But he's I think he's gone by now, but he was he was in the same era thinking price. He was the guy had a mustache kinda he's on a lot of the old creepy classic horror movies. I think he was on the house of wax to maybe or something he was an older guy. Okay. And and but he was the dad and there was there. Was his son brought home his fiancee, a real real pretty girl and his dad with jealous and are being in his his wife. Whereas dying of something to can brain cancer. So and it was kind of weird because this was his son who brought home the girl. Right. Right. And so so so after I mean, basically yet the the movie then you found out what what was the plan, but they had a plan. I guess and. Later on you found out the sun was sort of on the plan to and I guess during the movie, then his dad sort of had like, a, you know, a thing with his girlfriend, and then at the end of the movie it showed what they plan on doing. They like strapped into a chair in the basement and sign was like, you know, telling her something weird and your father came down there. And he was wearing like his doctor's outfit and. And then it showed the whacked out family. The guys wife that was dying and they figured out. What was going on? They were gonna like put her brain in white. Okay. They're the old harvesting the organs routine flip the old brain into the other body. Strange stuff in those days. How would you categorize Mr Lobo silence of the lambs? Well, you know, a lot of people like to categorize it as a thriller because of category thriller horror movies that aren't scary. But I would say, you know, I always called it a horror film are definitely had horror ethics. And I remember when it was up for an Oscar that was very exciting because horror movies, never get recognized. So I like to claim it as a horror movie, but it's a great film and Hannibal Lecter a certainly memorable as a horror villain Anthony Hopkins. Great actors. One of the best Kathy and Windsor. Kenna no, Windsor, California. Where are you Kathy? Yes happens to now. I'm accounting. Okay. Cool. Okay. First time caller charge. I'm surprised I got through good to have you. Here. I grew up outside of Detroit nineteen fifty one that's my hometown. And I'm glad mortgage and twilight zone, and soupy. They were great you. Remember poop deck, Paul. Sure. Did. Yup. Poop deck Paul is that like a cartoon host. He was a host for the Popeye's for the Popeye cartoon, captain Mitch. He was our our cartoon host. Always assailant. They're always sailors, right? Who show these the crummy car Popeye cartoons pipes in the afternoons?.

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"mr lobo" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

11:39 min | 2 years ago

"mr lobo" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Mr Lobo. What did you think of the twilight zone series, Mr Lobo de originals the original twilight zone. I mean, it's amazing. I mean, I think that they never get old and rewatch ability is incredible. I I watch those episodes over and over and over again, and they just never be never get old. And rod Serling his stuff was so sharp as he was just such a keen observer of human nature and a great host. I mean, rod sterling is kind of a horror host, really. Yeah. He was the way he'd come out and everything else. Indeed. But it wasn't all horror flicks. No all all imagination. That was really what the toilet. They had messages behind every show. Absolutely. Absolutely. I think it was it was a great way to use fantasy as a metaphor for the human condition. What about the Alfred Hitchcock mystery theatre? Remember that one got presents was good too. Outer limits was good to twilight zone was better. But I think Alvin teacher was great too. And he. He was like his presentation was very horror host like I love when he was talking about his headache remedy, and it could be taken in a tiny capsule. And then he just started putting bullets on the desk in front of them. I mean, what about science fiction theatre remember that science, of course, science fiction, which did not have a host. No, it did not it just started. And they just started. But a great who's an anthology a wonderful anthology show. How come those shows don't work anymore? Anthologies are tough. Because again, it's every every week it's a different show. And I think that you know, I think now all the shows are soap operas because that's the way they keep they continue from one to the next breaking bad and all that. Yeah. So I think it's this new twilight zone, it will be home and they're doing a new tales from the crypt at a new twilight zone. So hopefully, you know, we're cutting back to to being able to do that. But you have to have an audience. Oh, black mirror is a good modern. I'm what do you think of that show? Yeah. I like it. I don't not always in the mood for it. Because it's so dark. It's like, yeah. I get it technologies. Terrible. And it's making us horrible. But you know, I don't know if I want to hear that story every week. But it's you know, the they had to choose your own adventure one. That was really kind of interesting called Bander snatch. There was one where there was a guy who was putting himself into a Star Trek type show using technology to kind of live out his fantasies, and and a lot of kind of things that's really strike home with with. Today's generation, and I and I think a lot of the stories like the twilight zone have something important to say about where we're at as socially and everywhere and as just as as human as humans, we're packed with call. So let's go to Greg in Tampa, Florida. Hey, greg. Go ahead, sir. All right. Yes. I have a couple of movies that I remember as a child the original thirteen ghosts thirty also William castle thirteen goes who'd have the ghost viewer. If you look into their I believe if you looked in the red one it meant you believed in ghosts. And we're looking in the blue lens it meant that. You didn't believe goes something like that? But you didn't see it was like a three d thing. They had the lion tamer that the lion. Finally did his head off and. And then they had at the end of the movie the child a little boy, you know, is was being predicated upon and the way that he got rid of his is a dull adversary click. There was like a bet that came down and suffocated him. The move. Right. You don't want to watch that up with the land in the bad. Like they want to see the ghost. That's what I want to know. I was just I would wonder who would want to watch the movie with the lens. The tides all the goes, I would think that everyone would want to watch it with the lens that allows you to see the ghost. Well, yeah, I know, but, you know, back then I just had a black and white TV. Oh, sure. Then. The other one I liked the, of course, was the house of wax. You know, where the heroine Veon, the young girl, you know, she was finally supposedly being, you know, have have hot wax oiling. How wack sport over her? You know for young young man big was also a big three D movie. Also. Which one was at the Mr Lobo house of wax was was the first three D movie as far as I know. Do they still do three d? Oh, yeah. Absolutely. I max has a lot of major walk busters are all simultaneously created in three d it's not the red blue three d it's not the with three D. It's the polarized three. Let's go to Cleveland, Ohio Sandra's with us east of the Rockies. Hello, sandra. Hello. How many times I've tried to call? This is absolutely wonderful. You got through this time. I'm glad you're here. I wondered if you knew at all in your radio travels a man named Bill Cargill from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Oh, chilly. Billy cart deli. Absolutely. Yeah. Was one of the great horror hosts in Pittsburgh. He of course, did radio for years after his television days, and he's also at forever immortalized in night of the living dead as as a television, one of the one of the guys going around with the posse at the very end of the movie he is involved with that as a as a terrific television reporter. So he actually has a role in one of the most famous or movies of all time. But the reason they put him in that movie is because he was there horror host. And he they grew up watching him. Did you know him, Sandra? I well only through the TV. But I felt like knowing you grew up with him. Didn't you? You grew up watching him. Yeah. It was like thank goodness my sister. And I had a one bedroom asleep found. I'd love it was he was one of the he was he was one of the normal guys. He did not dress up like a vampire or Google or anything like that. He was usually like in a tuxedo or a turtleneck, and and, but he did show the horror movies, and he was very quick on his feet. Very very very funny naturally funny. In my pal. Of course, more guests who originated in New Orleans. They ended up hiring him in Detroit. And I'd come running home from school every day. Mr Lobo just to watch him because he would do the zany little weather bits around some kind of science project. Everything always wondering on everything went wrong with his science things. I feel so bad for Borges. When is he going to get an experiment that actually Moore? I know it he came in the studio here a couple years ago. My staff flew him here for the holiday wonderful. And he wanted me to. Mr. little on they might do that. But the mortgage wanted me to do an experiment with him. And he said that he had developed a force field that he could put around himself. So he told me to smack him in the mouth. And I said, I am not going to hit you in the mouth mortgages any said, George, it'll work it'll work Georgian work. So he put this force field around him. Of course, you can't see it. Yes. He said now hit me hit me right here right here in the mouth, and I knocked out his tooth. Oh, wow. That guy is amazing. Is absolutely mean what a treasure one of the all-time. Great hor Tracy's with us truck. Driving in Mississippi high trace go ahead. George. Thank you for taking my call, actually, your previous caller baby to chilly, Billy. That was that. I. Man, man. He was huge people loved. I have an autographed picture of him. Every time. I do monster bash and picks, Pittsburgh, which is the big convention there in in Butler, or sometimes it's in Mars, Pennsylvania. But in that area near Pittsburgh. Every single person comes up to me and says, oh, okay. You're doing a chilly. Billy cart daily. He's he's still alive. Or is. He gonna know he's passed. But you know, he used to do those all those conventions up until up until the year. He passed he was at all those shows signing autographs shaking hands, you know, really very very good to his fans had a smile and a joke for every single fan, and and kept his energy up well into his later years in most of those days, they didn't have the capability of videotaping. No, no, what they used to do as they used to do something Kyle Kennedy scope, which they take a picture of a picture, right? It would be a video camera shooting a film camera shooting a video image, and then recording it onto film. Yeah. It's too bad. We lost some great things videotape was too expensive. So a lot of a lot of those you not exist. I think there's maybe just a few minutes of vampire, a few minutes of of Gherardi a lot of those even Bob Wilkins who was in the seventies was my horror host. You know, they only have like a handful of complete shows. Most of that stuff. Got your bulk erased, you remember soupy sales. Now, he wasn't a horror host. But he he started in Detroit. Did a show. There got picked up by went to Los Angeles. And then became a superstar was very influential to horror hosts, though, I think the kids show hosts were were very influential to horror hosts, I think is very similar line of work in Spain Guli who's really popular right now out of Chicago. He does a lot of bits that are right out of soupy sales. Where you've got like he's talking to like just sticky relating hand of a person that you don't see that's very soupy sales. And you know, he used to host after between, Jack Parr and Johnny Carson. He do the tonight show once in a while. Oh, relate philan-. I never knew that right to see. I would love to see him. Do the funny guy. He had great characters fast fast, fast and funny. Very very quick. Could improv Mark in Lincoln Nebraska's with us now. Go ahead, Mark. Hey, mark. Yeah. Trying to time ago. I gave up for a while finally got through. Yeah. Yeah. One of the guys beat me to it that I met him. And I got his autograph in Lincoln doctors sanguinary. Nebraska, Dr sanguinary. Absolutely. And there's another generation of Dr sanguinary not the same person. But some of that character still continues today. Yeah. I got his autograph and a picture and stuff when I was a little kid. And then I remember macabre, and there was a couple of other ones. I can't remember their names longtime ago after that. But yeah. And in a couple of the movies, I remember that are classics. Let's see one of them was called blood relations, your member that I don't blood relations. Tell me more. I have the.

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13:49 min | 2 years ago

"mr lobo" Discussed on WWL

"Say, hey, welcome to the show on. I'm calling my absolute favorite movie when I was a kid, and it was like such a bad movie. But I feel like I'm the only one in the world has ever seen it in nineteen Eighty-four called monster dog. And it had Alice Cooper in it. Monster com. I know that movie I know that we'll be I'm trying to put it back together on her dog. You say with our Cooper. This just wasn't a dream. Just checking. Yeah. I've never heard the title of you know. There's a few with Alice Cooper. And yeah, it it is monster dog, and it is remaining eighty four. And it's I think for -obably. Did you see it on cable or did you rent it? No, my lots of movie, and I watched it like so many times, it's such a bad movie. Wasn't the one that he was showing? He was coming to do a music video or something. Yes. I know that will. Yeah. And there was a horrible movie. And I I know Alice personally, but that was a horrible movie. Well, I'm glad no every movie primary theories. And we make the show is every movie is somebody's favorite movie in every movie is somebody's least favorite movie. I don't think even Alice. We I don't even think Alice. It was it was a rough moving earlier J. We were talking about. Some shows that are coming up in Meatloaf was a friend of ours. Going to a com- a comic con that's coming up very shortly and Meatloaf made a movie, and I know what year it was. But I think it was called in search of the yeti. God. I don't know. He had he had something like that. It was horrible texted me allow back that he was doing a some ghost TV show Sifi as well. And I never saw it. But this was years ago, and it was actually featured on rift tracks, which was an offshoot of mystery science theater. Let's go. Let's take another quick call here. This is STAN in Pennsylvania's been waiting on. Hold for a while. Hey, STAN, welcome to the show. Thank you. So I am I I'm crawler. Welcome. I really love your earshot. Thank you very much. Something that I totally three three four questions. They haven't talked about the B movies of like, maybe the lockouts monster or or you would have like the big huge spider. Or not. Also, you would have what do you call it? Your yours vs. And also Frankenstein. Just wondering what you thought about those you covered a lot of ground there. Stan because every one of those categories you brought up probably has, you know, twenty thirty movies each, but those are some of the best b movie categories. Wouldn't you say, Mr Lobo, certainly? Yeah. And I would think putting them in order. You got you got the universal classics of the thirties starting with Dracula, and Frankenstein, and then they're kinda cycled out. And then in the fifties, we started making movies with giant creatures, and you have your giant tarantulas in your giant bugs and your giant. You know, everything was we're giant giant giant critters, whatever kind and then that kind of went into the nineteen seventies. Where we were kinda sorta conservationists, you know, we're thinking about the earth and how we're treating the earth and Howard. Listen. Sounds like an awesome. I'm still here. Mr. level is still here. Now, I hear a click. We're gonna have to have slick get back on the phone is funny JV you and I had we're talking just a couple of weeks ago. I had brought up that movie with William Shatner back with all the spiders was was it spider island or something? Like that. I don't remember which but yeah, that's a that's a that's a good one eight hundred nine hundred eighty two or. Yeah. And it was just a very low budget movies just endless by and they were taking over everywhere and one of the final shots was him in the plane flying, you looks down and everything's covered and Webb's STAN. Which of those categories is your favorite. I I started out with the B movies. But then I grew more into the bees and also even your your Frankenstein movies too. And the comical ones with the Frankenstein when you did with the abdomen Castillo. Well that Abbott and Costello meet meets Frankenstein is one of the best Wolfman Wolfman was good. Because that one that film took Bela Lugosi, it took it wasn't Boris Karloff. As the monster. I can't remember who played the monster. And it was Lonnie junior as Lyle Talbot, Gordon Talbot who played the Wolfman character, and those are the three other than than the non Boris Karloff. Character those are the three that played those original monsters in there in the original movies. And in fact, something that a lot of people don't realize because Bela Lugosi is so connected to that Dracula character the only time he played that dry. Luke character was in the first film in nineteen thirty one. And then again in the Abbott and Costello film in it, which I think would maybe nine hundred forty eight even those are the only two times he ever played that character. He was Dracula in another movie in nineteen forty seven may be called Mark of the vampire, but he wasn't really a vampire in that. Film. You never get any more where won't smoothies. No more. Yeah. That's funny. Mr level. I think we have you back here. Yeah. I'm back. I got kicked out the where I got knocked out were talking about giant giant bugs? And that I think I was to the seventies in the movies about Loch, Ness, monster and Bigfoot. Yeah. That's where you were. You just started that. Okay. Then that's it. Then we're all caught up. There was his ambi- thing there too. And that kind of we got a taste of that in one thousand nine hundred sixty eight but it really didn't come into its own. I would say until recently. Well, you know, it's always been there. And and and and I think definitely night of the living dead marks the modern zombie movie. And then as far as the new rules. It used to be that zombie was always kind of, you know, either they were ghouls really tools. We used to call him goals because ambi- movies were Haitians on these new booed who's right? And then then then Bengals dubs zombies. And then there were all the Romero films and then in the eighties. There were offshoot with all the return of the living, dead, movies, and and similar movies. So you definitely had a run of zombies in the seventies and eighties. And then then they kind of went dormant in the nineties with few exceptions. And then in two thousand got kicked off again live. I would say twenty eight days later, kind of rejuvenated the the interest in in these even though they were kind of rage zombies rage. Virus hobbies? But definitely I think that sort of idea of like a global epidemic where you know, you've got people shooting having shoot their neighbors. You know, I think that that resonated with people. And I think from from that point forward that protects us all the way up through the Walking Dead and everything else. Stan, thanks so much for your comments and your phone call. We were just talking about the classics into the Bela, Lugosi, Boris Karloff, Lon Chaney junior films, the made up the universal stable. They are in many ways quaint by today's standards if that's the right word, but they're still just as they are labeled classics. Oh, absolutely. You know, I it's not always about scaring people. It's about being spooky or creating atmosphere. You know, spinning a yarn telling a ghost story. So, you know, I mean, you know, horror is not just one note. Now, it's not it's not just about jumping out. You know, Strobe lights and chainsaw. There's so many. So many flavors and there's so much history. And and it's and it's it's rich. It's a rich history and those films are mythic and every year. Discover them it's not every kid is a certain kind of kid who likes those kind of. Well, I think it's it would be nice for Hollywood or whoever else to to look at that. And get away from an lately for the last so many years all it's been is is jump scare movies. They're really a lot of the movies haven't even had great storylines and the older movies had great storylines, and they didn't need the jump scares. I think that that's films in general audience. You know, I think in in the old days, it was so difficult to make a movie, and you had to do so much planning because every frame of film cost so much digital film-making, so inexpensive that people jump right into making a movie before they even have all the call the concepts nailed down. I think that's why the last three Star Wars movies have been there. You could tell that JV. And I eventually brought the everything's negotiable. Everything fixable. You know, we'll fix it. In post, y you know. Oh, okay. You know, we can't get this actor. We'll we'll see I this actor this guy blinked too much take his blinks out. You know? In those days, you either got it or you didn't got it was in the Kannur wasn't. And I think that you know, because of the the rate of difficulty of making a movie, the bar was extreme incredibly high and people could clear that bar, and I think that's why there's one of these was so good and JV, and I have talked about that in the past to where a lot of these newer movies. It seems a lot of times almost like they changed directors mid mid movie because the end or they're just they have no idea where the story is gonna go, and they just they're deciding every day how this thing's going to end up. Well, see again, you're dealing with franchises. And they're not they're they're movies are put together. Like, I didn't. That's why TV is doing so well because movies are getting put together by TV shows used to be where the producer called the final shots director. And you know, it's a producers movie, and it's like, okay. You know, how many toys we gotta Sal, and how many, you know, happy meals every guy how many characters we gotta bring into this. And how many, you know, does it have all the elements that we wanted to have, and you know, shoot all the scenes to make the trailer. Look good in. Most of the time the trailer a lot of stuff it's a lot of stuff that's happening on the top level. And the directors disposable. You know, most of the time lately, the trailer usually has the best scenes from the movie in it. Anyways. Yeah. And that's and that's really that's really unfortunate because the trailer should be just sticking your baby toe into that world and drawing you in and making you want a guy in and you know, when you're when you're sitting here in the movie theater, thinking, oh, great. I wish I hadn't seen this team twenty times for movies pivotal flew in this Bill. You know, so yeah, it's it's it's really unfortunate. Because I think the definitely is there's a lost art to making movies and a lost art to marketing that you know, I think about what Ghostbusters came out. We didn't even know what the name of that movie was going to be you know, it was coming to save the world this summer and just that logo. And and there was so much to think about Bill Murray, and Dan ackroyd and herald Ramos, and and and and and. Ghosts? I have to see this movie. And and then when you did, you know, you got to learn that whole story, and you were you were you were intrigued, you didn't know everything foregoing. So let me ask you this. Have you gone and seen the new Halloween movie? I'm going to see it on Halloween. So I will be seeing tomorrow. You know, I I am a big fan of John carpenter. I think everything, you know, the thing they live prince of darkness big trouble in little China has ever made. Appreciate it on one level or another. And you know, I I know he never really wants to continue Halloween. Halloween was something you know, his contract was for Halloween was every year. He wanted to make a different movie and the first Halloween was so successful that they never could escape the Michael Mayan story, and when they tried to actor his original vision of having be an anthology the third, but he was rejected so strongly calling from season with Mitch that they just went right back to telling the Michael Myers story again. So I think that you know, he's capping it off the way he wanted to I'm which I kinda wanna see. And you know, I I like Halloween three. I like the fact that that he's a glittering everything from the canon except for one in free because the children and move you're wearing silver shamrock masks, which means that three happened. So. Know, I think that that's funny. That's funny that that that the most revered and the and the least revered of the series of the two that are the most dear to him. We have just a little over a minute left here. Sadly, but you haven't seen Halloween the new Halloween yet. But have there been any films the last five years or so that really impressed you and that you would recommend? Yeah. I saw the none..

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"mr lobo" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"mr lobo" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"On haunted hill and. Strait-jacket license. Hold on for a second. Mr lobo. We're at a break. We'll come back with more next hour phone calls. You will share your movie experience with Mr Lobo later on on coast to coast. Hey. News on the hour. On the half. And when it breaks, I'm Michael Crozier live from the KFI twenty four hour newsroom. Prosecutors in Santa Ana say local youth pastor may have molested multiple girls at his church the shell vendor. Linden in the orange Kennedy. As office says the pastor sexually abused one girl. Several times this year, he was affiliated with the Starlight Baptist church in Santa Ana and again where he had access to these to these young children says the youth. Pastor had worked at the church for two years. The man was arrested Tuesday outside a liquor store in Santa Ana Senate Judiciary committee chairman Chuck Grassley says the confidential F B I report into allegations of sexual abuse against supreme court nominee. Brett Commodore found. No hint of misconduct Grassley urged his colleague yesterday to confirm the supreme court nominee. But Democrats say they're not satisfied with the investigation. Senator Dianne Feinstein says the most notable part of the report is what is not in it. The FBI did not interview Rhett cavenaugh, nor did the FBI interview. Dr blazey fours also says. Has some people who wanted to talk to the FBI were not interviewed. Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer says a redacted form of the FBI report should be released to the public though that usually doesn't happen senators Jeff flake and Susan Collins say the investigation was thorough actor Marion pooch hall who stars on the Showtime series. Ray Donovan has been arrested in Burbank on suspicion of driving drunk hall was taken into custody Wednesday night on the street after offices received reports of a crash.

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KFI AM 640

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"mr lobo" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"He just he just keeps writing. He he's just as surprised as we are. Because he just keeps writing and drinking and writing until it's finished, you know, and and then, you know, five hundred pages later, it's done. So there's no plan going in which I still allows for him to surprise, you know, again, there's no formula. So I think that I think that that's why is books are so surprising. But I think at the same time, you know, a good director can kind of boil back down to its essence. He hated the film the shining and the film is shining. I think stands is one of the best pieces of art in the twentieth century. So I, you know, I don't know what about TV shows that are dealing with Hore like the Walking Dead and things like that. You know, it's interesting because you know, I mean the Walking Dead. Definitely I feel like owes everything tonight of a living. Yes. And now it's kind of come down to the main stream come down to the front line. You know, you go into the WalMart. And you see the, you know. The rubber ears that you hang around your neck, or the, you know, the whatever dead inside signs, and you know, it's all it's a very commercial. You know, I think that you know, it's a soap opera, and I think it's kind of Cowboys and Indians to I think that modern zombie movies. You know, zombie is enemy that you can shoot and not feel so bad about, and we don't have, you know, in the world of you were very politically correct world there there there aren't many screen villains that you can kind of indiscriminately shootdown mowed down with a gun and have no, you know. Repercussions percussions. We're gonna come back and take some final phone calls in a moment with Mr Lobo, Mr Lobo. Give out a couple of your websites. Yes, cinema, insomnia dot com and LSI seventy four dot com. And we've got that linked up for all of you at coast to coast, AM dot com. So stay with us. Those of you on hold. We'll do the best we can to get to all of you. When we come right back on coast to coast and the next hour, we begin to talk with Dr Merrill, Lynch schlitz about the other side life after death. Her latest work has called death makes life possible about that. So we'll be back in a moment with final calls with Mr Lobo coast to coast..

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KNST AM 790

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"mr lobo" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"He just he just keeps. Righty? He's just as surprised as we are. Because he just keeps writing and drinking in writing until it's finished, you know, and then, you know, five hundred pages later, it's done. So there's no. Plan going in which I think allows for him to surprise, you know, again, there was no formula. So I think that I think that that's why is books are so surprising. But I think at the same time, you know, a good director can kind of boil that down to its essence. He hated the film the shining and the film is shining. I think stands is one of the best pieces of art in the twentieth century. So I, you know, I don't know what about TV shows that are dealing with Hore like the Walking Dead and things like that. Yeah. It's interesting because you know, I mean the Walking Dead. I definitely I feel like everything tonight of a living that yes. And you know, now, it's kind of come down to the mainstream. I'm down to the front line. You know, you go into the WalMart. And you see, you know, the rubber ears that you're hanging around your neck, or the, you know, the whatever dead inside signs, and you know, it's all it's a very commercial. You know, I think that you know, it's a soap opera, and I think it's kinda Cowboys Indian too. I think that you know modern zombie movies. You know, I know zombie is enemy that you can shoot and not feel so bad about and we don't have in the world of we're very politically correct world there there. There aren't many screen villains that you can kind of indiscriminately shootdown mowed down with a gun and have no. Repercussion precautions. We're gonna come back and take some final phone calls in a moment with Mr Lobo, Mr Lobo. Give out a couple of your.

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KNSS

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"mr lobo" Discussed on KNSS

"He just he just keeps writing. He he's just as surprised as we are. Because he just keeps writing and drinking in writing until it's finished, you know, and and then, you know, five hundred pages later, it's done. So there's no. Plan going in which I think allows for him to surprise, you know, again, there is no formula. So I think that I think that that's why is books are assist. Surprising. But I think at the same time, you know, a good director can kind of boil back down to its essence. Know he hated the film the shining and the film is shining. I think stands is one of the best pieces of art in the twentieth century. So, you know, I don't know what about TV shows that are dealing with Hore like the Walking Dead and things like that. Yeah. It's interesting because you know, I mean the Walking Dead. I definitely I feel like does everything tonight of a living that yes. And now it's kind of come down to the mainstream come down to the front line. You know, you go into the WalMart. And you see the, you know. The rubber ears that you're hanging around your neck, or the, you know, the whatever dead inside signs, and you know, it's it's all it's a very commercial. You know, I think that you know, it's a soap opera, and I think it's kinda Cowboys Indians too. I think that you know, modern zombie movies zombie is enemy that you can shoot and not feel so bad about, and we don't have, you know, in the world of, you know, we're very politically correct world there there there aren't many screen villains that you can kind of indiscriminately shootdown mowed down with a gun and have no, you know. Repercussion precautions. We're gonna come back and take some final phone calls in a moment with Mr Lobo. Mr lobo. Give out a couple of your.

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KFI AM 640

04:53 min | 2 years ago

"mr lobo" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Like blob fest and provides background on films with comedy games and prizes. And here he is back on coast to coast. I can't believe it's October already, Mr Lobo. It's it's unbelievable. And then boy is it's this has been a spooky year. I feel like I need someone to reverse a curse I feel like I'm cursed your why would somebody curse you? I don't know, you know, ever since I got, you know, I thought it was funny at the time but ever since I got that Buddha all by PO box. Really, not going very great. You know, it's been raining every three days all summer. You know, it's just by heart. I had a shot. We have five shows on eight terabyte hard drive crashed. You lose them. All we lost them. All we sent them to a forensic. These guys do forensic recovery city FBI, we spent Texas, and and all the components were fry they had to replace the components with I drives parts, and then they when they booted it up all all everything was gone. It was all fried. So so we lost five shows worth of material the entire ending of our season, including our Halloween special just vapor, vapor. I who do you who do you think sent you? The voodoo doll. I don't I don't know. I I'm thinking JC. But you know, he might have been you never know. He's not even I don't think he's that diabolical. I hope he's that's smart. But, but he he, you know, he he does he doesn't like me too much. I, you know. Oh, I don't like anybody. That's true. That's true. It wasn't even like his girlfriend who left with some. Right. Right. Pringle is that what it is Aetna? Aetna Pringle, exactly. Very good. I was cataloging number of spooky movies. And I wanted to go through them with you ought to big anniversaries. There. Are there are what is your favorite, though, your personal favorite all-time horror film? It's really tough fluctuates. If you ask me every day, I'll probably say something else right now. I'm kinda falling in love with night of the living dad again just because it's fiftieth anniversary. But there's a lot of them that I really enjoy. I re-, you know. So it's tough. I I really liked playing nine from outer space. It's a guilty pleasure. I really loved the blob. I know that sounds corny since I'm the host of blog. Bob is a solid movie. I think it's a great movie. What do you think of movies like Halloween? The exorcist the shining the conjuring and things like that. You know, I like those movies. I think the shining is actually a excellent go story. In addition to being I guess, it's not I mean, I don't know if I classify signing the slasher, but it's certainly a horror film, and and and and and and a and a good one. And I think it's what I mean forty years old or something now. Right. You know, these these are these modern horror stones are pretty higher. You know, the ring is twenty years old. You know? So, you know, it's. You know, a lot of them are, you know, hold up pretty well with age. And I I really I think hollow lean the first Halloween. Is really a pretty suspenseful movie and Donald Pleasants is really excellent. As kinda like the captain Ahab trying to stop this. Maniacal killer, actually, not even maniacal. That's the one thousand nine hundred seventy eight. Nineteen seventy eight is a fortieth anniversary of the original Halloween humanitarian, it's been that long. Gosh, and John carpenter who, of course, gave us the remake of the thing and escape from New York and a bunch of other. Horror films science fiction. Original concept was that it was going to be an anthology every hall a wound. They would do a different theme or different types of scary movie. In the first story was called the babysitter killers and the babysitter killer. And that was the style was the Michael Myers story. Story kicked and the character became so popular the mask he's wearing they were trying to come up with a scary mask. And and what they ended up doing was taking the William Shatner, Star Trek mask and spray painting. It white. That's William Shatner.

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"mr lobo" Discussed on KSRO

KSRO

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"mr lobo" Discussed on KSRO

"And as I've I've seen that that I've seen the shadow cast in the stage for a performance that goes along with the movie performed in very very different markets all over the country and over and over again, I flew people who have met at that show and gotten married. So I don't know what it is about that. But you definitely find your people with you. If you really are into that movie, Houston, Texas, we go Roberts with us on coast to coast. Hey, Robert, go ahead, sir. Good morning, George, and Mr Lobo there. They can call and I sure enjoyed the show. Thank you. I'm sixty one years old, and I haven't been to theater since about three years ago. When I went to see a rush the Canadian band there. Okay. Interesting do. Yes. Couple really quick thing. The shining is a fantastic horror movie anything that who was it. Mr. We've got the movie Stanley Kubrick Stanley Kubrick, I've seen five of Stanley Kubrick movies, and everyone I'm were fantastic. Donovan love Cooper, orange. They're all amazing. Yes. You mentioned some Nacho earlier in the best movie. I ever saw Frank Sinatra in was the Manchurian candidate. He did. Well, there he did very very well. That was a fantastic. It was a pretty good actor. He really wants. He really especially in that. That's just had so many twists in it that you didn't know about right away. But it's just it's so diabolical. One other thing. Oh. The first horror movies that really scared me. And I now days I I still like to see one occasionally. Okay. And they're not my favorite. But I was about ten years old at my grandmother's house. Everybody was in bed. And I turned the TV, Dan, very Lois lay on the floor about to be from it to be able to hear it. So everybody was three. It was called black Sunday. Oh, yes. With Boris Karloff. Blacks, right? I remember that what was the one called black Christmas or something like that that was black Christmas with that was Bob Clark who went on to direct Christmas story of all but black Christmas. There was a killer. That was terrorizing sorority sisters who all lived in the same house. And she he was calling them from inside the house. That's that's creepy. And but. There was also. Yeah, I it's it's a very creepy Selm really well-made structured horror film, John Saxon is amazing and it, and it's the template for a lot of those kind of movies from the seventies. And like I said that guy went on to make keys you went on to make Christmas story a lot a lot of other films in different genres, but somebody will somebody's movies. Mr. low ball are are creepy. They're not pure horror, but they're creepy. There was one with the VO bridges I believe in his his wife went into a fast food place or like a like a quick shop in never came back out. He couldn't find her. And apparently a truck driver had kidnapped her. And it was just a really well done movie and. That sounds that sounds familiar they buried they ended up burying him. Because the you know, the truck driver says do you want to know what happened to your wife? Do you really want to know? And they knocked him out. It was called the vanishing. Okay. Yeah. Yeah. I've heard of that. But actually seen that Keith was both bridges or Keith or Sutherland, they I think they were both ended keep. Yeah. It was good stuff. But Mr Lobo we're on a time. But we gotta get you back again, my friend. Jeff bridges was in that movie, the vanishing Mr Lobo with us up next. We're going to be talking.

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"mr lobo" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"mr lobo" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"Disease well what better a final segment here on coast to coast george noory with you along with mr lobo who's getting ready for halloween where do you dress up mr lobo or what are you wear on that day you know unfortunately i don't ever get to dress up very much could easily people want mr lobo to be mr lobo but i i am doing a private party on a twenty eight where they're doing her twin peaks demon song going to be dr jacoby mr lobo haha by which is exciting 'cause they don't ever get to dress up but i i tell you that i tell you this will really quickly a wide rest gentleman who called earlier about ludicrous congress for a chris pirker oh he is in at least seven of the fast and furious movies a guy named k and the he was an awesome coal superstition three uh superstition rule of threes something like that superstition cohen the rule of threes so that's the horror film with ludicrous for college to these actors get paid for the btype movies it depends on the b movie i mean some people are just working for working for lunch for scale right working for scale you know i i worked on a horror movie where they you know where we would ever three hundred thirty bucks a day plus food you know but then of course you have people like you know bob no bruce campbell who makes millions so it just goes he released the other i don't know if he makes millions she might make faustin maybe you're percent of the oh yeah perhaps strapped see if you if you work it out you get points on the movie uh i worked with a guy who was uh his name was robert clarke different robert clarke not the uh not the actor robert clarke bob clarke with the stunt man he was the gorn in star trek um the captain cook fights but goren on.

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"mr lobo" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"mr lobo" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"A plant kfi am 640 okay welcome back were with mr lobo and your phone calls this hour as we talk about horror films sifi this is franz stuff mr mobile i'd like this up to what we gotta have a revival think war intelligent you are at a more vital play is appear in court tell me about blob fest exactly what happens there walk is exciting uh it's a threeday event added one of my favorite things to do all year round um in phoenix real amd coatesville surrounding areas in pennsylvania they filmed the movie the boft and i'm like oh and uh building shift covington who have bummer would have been the anniversary of the filming and goods coming in reverse i will go what happened to walk for every here is it we kick it off we the run out reenactment now in the film people will be king by the blob out of a movie theater hung and that movie theater in the film still stand for a colonial theatre phoenix phil and so um air editor at a certain q and the fire department blocked off the street everyone ended up in a movie theater in warmed up front doors out into the streets a great photo opportunity and then the guard apartment comes in and blast the bois teo to and your was think of it we have an actual concrete the real blow up at west sank brings uh it's up to cook silicone that they would put on top of models things installment of scott murray and honest that's the kickoff for the event and then on saturday we do a street sphere with classic cars in um fifty style music and um does a costume conquer and a worker horror movie work and on sunday we show in a new girl minutes retrostyled with the director in attendance so it's a threeday uh a bit of a retro fun mr lobo she i think rico browning might be with us this year from the creature from the black widow and again cool great wonderful family hope here why do we like to be scared you know i i think foot then we talked about before but it's the replied no one the kitchen and then the relief quick while you're watching it your hands but after afterwards quite get this it's like.

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"mr lobo" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"mr lobo" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"A plant kfi am 640 okay welcome back were with mr lobo and your phone calls this hour as we talk about horror films sifi this is franz stuff mr mobile i'd like this up to what we gotta have a revival think war intelligent you are at a more vital play is appear in court tell me about blob fest exactly what happens there walk is exciting uh it's a threeday event added one of my favorite things to do all year round um in phoenix real amd coatesville surrounding areas in pennsylvania they filmed the movie the boft and i'm like oh and uh building shift covington who have bummer would have been the anniversary of the filming and goods coming in reverse i will go what happened to walk for every here is it we kick it off we the run out reenactment now in the film people will be king by the blob out of a movie theater hung and that movie theater in the film still stand for a colonial theatre phoenix phil and so um air editor at a certain q and the fire department blocked off the street everyone ended up in a movie theater in warmed up front doors out into the streets a great photo opportunity and then the guard apartment comes in and blast the bois teo to and your was think of it we have an actual concrete the real blow up at west sank brings uh it's up to cook silicone that they would put on top of models things installment of scott murray and honest that's the kickoff for the event and then on saturday we do a street sphere with classic cars in um fifty style music and um does a costume conquer and a worker horror movie work and on sunday we show in a new girl minutes retrostyled with the director in attendance so it's a threeday uh a bit of a retro fun mr lobo she i think rico browning might be with us this year from the creature from the black widow and again cool great wonderful family hope here why do we like to be scared you know i i think foot then we talked about before but it's the replied no one the kitchen and then the relief quick while you're watching it your hands but after afterwards quite get this it's like.

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"mr lobo" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"mr lobo" Discussed on WTVN

"And welcome back to coast to coast mr lobo with us we're going to take calls with him next hour so halloween right around the corner mr lobo what are you doing these days oh boy there's so much i you know i'm i'm i'm i've got a putschist appearances five i'm going to be liane this video game horror video came podcast every week about gobert uh i'm um you know i've got a special cinema insomnia halloween special uh all the channel um just uh so much a lot of stuff is is my busiest time of the year give us some tips on what you do some tips to toot some great you could you doing some different things for halloween i know you walk uh well you know i mean uh got a guy i wanna give all my secrets away come on get my way uh well let's see here uh we you know um gosh if you put me on the spot here's your heart well aren't arch you do in a special i am doing a special i am doing special and i i don't want to see a whole lot about it does involve vampires is going to be live or are are on tape what are you doing uh it's gonna be live to cape um but it's it's involving a film that as on never had a v h s or dvd release we're premiering imogen never never song so that it's a it's exciting but it's it's kinda a little a little good uh top secret what did you think of what do you.

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"mr lobo" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"mr lobo" Discussed on WRVA

"It mr lobo is the mc for film festivals like blob fast and provides back run on films with the all kinds of different uh flavors mr lobo back on coast to coast hello there mr lobo grading griffin bo agreed to about what am i saying i'm a so of ohio or i think we're in another demand i don't even think in universe i mr lobo in the other dimension iraq vare isn't it that's right what would my wife be enough to defy were mr lobo well you know i've never seen you and me in the same quite acquaintance i know we have to me one day my gosh iron what what state are you win well now i'm in pennsylvania you're all over the map i you are huawei yes you were we went to virginia for monster fast and then we went up to oak uh or a referendum on now uh were were covering and then of course for carrying out my bathroom so i can even be hampson arm your outer in a hotel who are ready to be ah what's going on in the movie world these days oscar cannot be scary things scary thing from lot watered by five two you know i mean i'm ma i i don't know if you've providence blade runner but i know i haven't seen it yet i enjoyed it i enjoyed it i mean it's not a a goal of the original but uh you know uh it kalugin and it takes take time which is unusual for modern i'd like it with these movies get to go online an you can watch him.

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"mr lobo" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"mr lobo" Discussed on WRVA

"It mr lobo is the mc for film festivals like blob fast and provides back run on films with the all kinds of different uh flavors mr lobo back on coast to coast hello there mr lobo grading griffin bo agreed to about what am i saying i'm a so of ohio or i think we're in another demand i don't even think in universe i mr lobo in the other dimension iraq vare isn't it that's right what would my wife be enough to defy were mr lobo well you know i've never seen you and me in the same quite acquaintance i know we have to me one day my gosh iron what what state are you win well now i'm in pennsylvania you're all over the map i you are huawei yes you were we went to virginia for monster fast and then we went up to oak uh or a referendum on now uh were were covering and then of course for carrying out my bathroom so i can even be hampson arm your outer in a hotel who are ready to be ah what's going on in the movie world these days oscar cannot be scary things scary thing from lot watered by five two you know i mean i'm ma i i don't know if you've providence blade runner but i know i haven't seen it yet i enjoyed it i enjoyed it i mean it's not a a goal of the original but uh you know uh it kalugin and it takes take time which is unusual for modern i'd like it with these movies get to go online an you can watch him.

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