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Panthers score four goals in third to beat Capitals 5-4

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 14 hrs ago

Panthers score four goals in third to beat Capitals 5-4

"The the Panthers Panthers bounced bounced back back from from their their only only home home loss loss of of the the season season by by race race in in the the four four one one deficit deficit in in the the third third period period of of a a five five four four victory victory over over the the capitals capitals Sam Sam Reinhart Reinhart scored scored the the winning winning power power play play goal goal with with fourteen fourteen point point four four seconds seconds left left sending sending the the cats cats to to their their twelfth twelfth win win in in thirteen thirteen home home games games eight eight two two Lewis Lewis stormed stormed in in and and Ryan Ryan Lomberg Lomberg each each had had a a goal goal and and an an assist assist for for the the cats cats who who fired fired twenty twenty six six shots shots in in the the final final period period Aaron Aaron Ekblad Ekblad had had three three assists assists and and Sergei Sergei Bobrovsky Bobrovsky stopped stopped twenty twenty three three shots shots Nick Nick Jensen Jensen had had a a goal goal and and an an assist assist for for the the caps caps who who lost lost for for just just the the third third time time in in twelve twelve games games I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie

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Nick Searcy Compares the Trump Presidency Versus Biden Regime

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:26 min | 1 d ago

Nick Searcy Compares the Trump Presidency Versus Biden Regime

"Let's talk about what we have witnessed in the last ten months. What we have seen in the transition from the Trump administration to the current Biden, I prefer to call it regime. You've been around a fair few years, you've been around the block here of a certain age. Did you ever think it would be this bad this fast? I would say yes. I kind of, you know, I knew when the events of the election happened the way they happened. I knew it was going to get bad fast because I knew that the people behind the Joe Biden administration you know, they're not Joe Biden. It's kind of a cabal behind him that's putting origin his mouth and telling him what to do. And I knew that they were going to move as fast as they possibly could to destroy as much of the country as they could get done before any backlash happens because that's what Lyft has always do whenever they get both houses and they get the presidency. They move the ball down the field as far as they can. Without any mercy whatsoever. And then when the Republicans, you know, get back the house, we may be take back 5, 6, 7 yards, and then they get it again and move it even further down the field. So I kind of figured when Joe Biden was installed that this was going to get really bad really

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Who Is Nick Searcy?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:17 min | 1 d ago

Who Is Nick Searcy?

"We have millions of lessons across the nation. Some of them may have been trapped under a rock for the last 40 years. So just in case they don't know who Nick Cersei is tell the world all of our listeners and viewers where you hail from where the Cersei's are from, how you got into this crazy business of films and just tell us that little canned version of your life so far. Well, I grew up in little town in the mountains of North Carolina called color weed colorway North Carolina. For some reason, there was a university in my town and as a child I did some plays at the university when I was in the battle 11 or 12. And so after that, that was I got hooked on it and I just wanted to be an actor. And of course, back then living in North Carolina. I didn't know anyone that was an actor. So I didn't really know how to go about it, but, you know, I went to studied acting in school, went to New York, did the plays to be odd jobs and the limousine driving and all that stuff. And found a way to move back to North Carolina in about 1989 when my daughter was born and wound up getting a part in a movie called fried green tomatoes, which kind of put me on the map. And I kind of had a career after that. So that's it in a

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Hartman scores in 3rd straight; Wild beat Lightning 4-2

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | 2 d ago

Hartman scores in 3rd straight; Wild beat Lightning 4-2

"The the wild wild doubled doubled up up the the lightning lightning forty forty two two is is Ryan Ryan Hartman Hartman broke broke a a two two all all tie tie midway midway through through the the third third period period Hartman Hartman scored scored for for the the third third straight straight game game and and has has goals goals in in five five of of his his last last six six giving giving him him twelve twelve on on the the season season Nick Nick bjugstad bjugstad Victor Victor asking asking Marcus Marcus fully fully know know also also scored scored for for Minnesota Minnesota which which has has won won three three in in a a row row cam cam Talbot Talbot made made twenty twenty eight eight saves saves for for the the wild wild Corey Corey Perry Perry and and Alex Alex killorn killorn did did the the scoring scoring for for Tampa Tampa Bay Bay Andrei Andrei vasilevskiy vasilevskiy stopped stopped thirty thirty three three shots shots for for the the lightning lightning which which had had won won three three in in a a row row and and six six of of seven seven on on the the ferry ferry

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Nick Searcy Couldn't Talk to Jan. 6th Defendants in Jail for 'Capitol Punishment' Film

The Dan Bongino Show

01:18 min | Last week

Nick Searcy Couldn't Talk to Jan. 6th Defendants in Jail for 'Capitol Punishment' Film

"Have you gotten I don't know if you were able to do this with the film or proceeding some of the shots that you took But have you had a chance to actually talk to anybody who's sitting in a prison cell or communicate with them in any way and know what their conditions are No we haven't talked to anybody who's actually inside because you know those people they can't even talk to their own families They don't even let them speak to their wives And if their wives do come they you know if they do allow it there's all these COVID protocols and all this ridiculous nonsense they have to go through We know we've talked to people who have pending court dates who have been arrested and are facing jail sentences or a trial And with only one exception everybody in our movie never went inside the bill Wow These were all people that were outside doing other things never entered the building And I keep asking throughout the movie Why aren't they coming after me I didn't do anything any differently than these people did I was just there walking around just like bed wear Yeah it is the FBI not coming after me And furthermore if the FBI had come after me I would have had a great ending to the movie It would have been great but they didn't

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Nick Searcy: The Government Is Silencing January 6th Defendants

The Dan Bongino Show

01:41 min | Last week

Nick Searcy: The Government Is Silencing January 6th Defendants

"You are one of these people who just some of these people Nick they didn't even really know what was going on did they just sort of the gates open The doors were open They're like cool we get to go into the capitol and now they're sitting in prison cells for it It is grossly offensive and you're right It is chilling You compare this to how the FBI and the DOJ is labeling angry parents as domestic terrorists and you're absolutely right Their goal is to chill our opposition to what they're doing Yeah and you know sadly it is working up to this point I mean I don't know how many people that we contacted who said you know I'm afraid to talk I don't want to tell my story because I'm afraid of repercussions And even in some cases we did interviews with people who didn't afterwards called us up and said in my lawyer said take me out So they were afraid to stand up to the government because the government has them over a barrel Most of these people are middle class people who own their own businesses who don't have a $100,000 to mount a vigorous legal defense So they wind up with these court appointed attorneys out of Washington D.C. who are basically working for the government They're not working for their clients They're trying to get their clients to cop to a plea deal by telling them look if you go to a jury trial you might get 30 years But if you clean guilty this one little felony You can do 6 months and you can get on with your life even though you've been won't be able to vote or ever own a firearm but still And see that's what that's what's happening to these people They are being railroaded by the FBI and the Department of Justice because they don't have the means to fight back

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The Real Story of Jan. 6th Is What the Government Does to Innocent People

The Dan Bongino Show

01:58 min | Last week

The Real Story of Jan. 6th Is What the Government Does to Innocent People

"Well isn't that the story of what I mean honestly Nick this has been the story since Maybe since Trump took first took office but especially since all this COVID madness has hit and that transition of power this has been the story What they're telling us in the media in the left wing media is happening does not match up with what's happening before our very eyes You're right there You didn't see some violent revolution that was going to overthrow the United States government I don't even know how they thought that was going to happen What guy with horns sits in Nancy Pelosi's share and then what Fill in the blanks They are telling a completely different story Yeah like I said most of the people there that I saw were my age or older and what were we armed with like blood pressure medicine and Holy Grail in our sleep apnea machines If you're going to overthrow the government you need some young people okay Maybe a military would help too Maybe But as we start piecing together you know talking to people that were there what we really discovered as we went wrong was that the real story here is what the government is doing to innocent people who really went there and did nothing else Families that have had their doors broken down by the FBI And you know this man that they came after never been arrested for anything Alex and his wife and they treat these people like Pablo Escobar or serial killers or something S.W.A.T. teams humbert vehicles going down a little neighborhood For the streets I mean it's a pulling but the government is doing And the reason they're doing it is to have a chilling effect They're trying to terrorize and demonize Americans who disagree with the leftist agenda and make sure that everybody understands This is what's going to happen to you if you stand up

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Nick Searcy Previews His New Film 'Capitol Punishment' About January 6th

The Dan Bongino Show

01:21 min | Last week

Nick Searcy Previews His New Film 'Capitol Punishment' About January 6th

"On Let's go right to it Nick Tell the listeners about this film what it's about and why you felt compelled to make it Well the film is called capital punishment with an O and you can access the film You can actually pre order it right now at capital punishment the movie dot com And the way this film came about is that I went to Washington on January 6th I was there and not to make a film I was just there kind of as a tourist and I shouted a few little videos and fun things Yeah I was following you that day Nick I actually was paying attention to your field I was like oh Nick's there I'll just make sure that I'm paying attention to what you were doing So he's not lying He was actually there Yeah and then when I left and got home you know what I saw was a bunch of people about my age I mean a lot of them and you know they were all praying and singing The Star-Spangled Banner and saying the Pledge of Allegiance And to me it looked like a tailgate party you know it didn't look like a riot that moment I got home All I saw was this violence and the media never showed any of the other things about that day It made me just why are they lying about it Why does it not match up with my experience And so that's how the game about just trying to reconcile what I saw was what I was being told happened

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The National Review Was Wrong About Kyle Rittenhouse and Nick Sandmann

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:48 min | Last week

The National Review Was Wrong About Kyle Rittenhouse and Nick Sandmann

"I was talking about how national reviews at the Kyle rittenhouse story wrong. They also got Nick Sandman wrong. Oh yeah. For their top editors, we're sniping at and denouncing Nicklaus salmon within minutes based on a few garbled minutes of CNN footage, which we're as propaganda. I again was one of the few people speaking out within minutes of in defending Nick salmon's right to constitutional free speech at a political rally, which is what the march for life was. Turns out he didn't even speak. He didn't even do anything. He just stood there. Standing while white, while pro life. But David French again was attacking Kyle rittenhouse as basically irresponsible and reckless, you know, young man with a gun had no place being there. And it struck me. David French was fine with 17 year old Americans handling rifles as long as they were in Iraq. As long as they were protecting a foreign country in a misguided war based on lies and propaganda that George W. Bush sold us. David French was all up for that. In fact, even when served as a military attorney in the green zone of Baghdad, which, of course, was safer for an American than living in Baltimore or any other blue city. But David French got his veterans credentials for political purposes by serving as an attorney in the safe little enclave of the green zone. But actual soldiers were taking actual risk with their lives in that war for no reason. Son of mosaic had nothing to do with 9 11. There were no weapons of mass distraction. Antifa has done far more to harm America than Saddam Hussein ever

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Chubb runs for 130, Browns hold off winless Lions 13-10

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | Last week

Chubb runs for 130, Browns hold off winless Lions 13-10

"Detroit Lions will head into the annual thanksgiving game winless as they lost again to the Cleveland Browns thirteen ten the branch remains in the thick of the AFC playoff race by taking advantage of lance quarterback Tim Boyle made his first NFL start world best for just seventy seven yards with two interceptions against an aggressive Cleveland defense led by Myles Garrett Jarvis Landry rented the rex now for sixteen yards to the Browns first touchdown early in the second quarter Nick Chubb then scored on a five yard pass from Baker Mayfield later in the quarter for thirteen nothing lead Detroit is now oh nine and one I'm John Merriam

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The 'Moderate' Democrats We Need to Defeat Next Election

Mark Levin

01:39 min | Last week

The 'Moderate' Democrats We Need to Defeat Next Election

"Tom milanowski Democrat New Jersey Lauren Underwood Democrat Illinois Sidney axe need Democrat Iowa Abigail spanberger Democrat Virginia Conner lamb Democrat Pennsylvania Carolyn Bordeaux Democrat Georgia Ron kind Democrat Wisconsin Lizzie pennell Fletcher Democrat Texas Hele Stevens Democrat Michigan Tom O'Leary Democrat Arizona Sheri bustos Democrat Illinois Matt Cartwright Democrat Pennsylvania Jimmy Gomez Democrat California Susie Lee Democrat Nevada Susan wild Democrat Pennsylvania Kim schrier Democrat Washington state Elise a slot Nick Democrat Michigan Stephen horsford Democrat Nevada Chris Pappas Democrat New Hampshire Colin allred Democrat Texas Elaine lauria Democrat Virginia Mike Levin Democrat California Charlie Crist Democrat Florida Peter defazio Democrat Oregon Tim Ryan Democrat Ohio And as they say the Amnesty provisions in the filibuster proof reconciliation package which only needs majority support the

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Swaggering Pats stifle Falcons 25-0 for 5th straight victory

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | Last week

Swaggering Pats stifle Falcons 25-0 for 5th straight victory

"Mac Jones pastor Nelson Agholor for a nineteen yard touchdown and Nick folk connected on four field goals as the knowing the patriots defeated the Atlanta Falcons twenty five to nothing Jones was twenty two of twenty six for two hundred and seven yards folks bill goals were up thirty to forty four fifty three and thirty three yards Kyle van Noy also scored on a thirty five yard intercepted pass return the patriots defense held the falcons two hundred sixty five total yards and sacked the land a quarterback Matt Ryan four times Gary McPhillips Atlanta

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Shooter admits Ahmaud Arbery didn't threaten him

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | Last week

Shooter admits Ahmaud Arbery didn't threaten him

"During cross examination at his murder trial in Georgia Travis but Michael was asked if Ahmad armory threatened him make Michael testified he was under the impression the man he later shot and killed well it's a threat but they do not threaten me verbally prosecutor Lisa Donna kowski did the questioning did British any weapons no ma'am depart any guns Nick Michaels is operate was running straight at him never reach training today I know he just ran yes it's just like Michael said armory attacked him and tried to grab his weapon strong and he was we were face to face and be a strong and that's when I shop tape from court TV asked how many times you've previously pulled up behind strangers in the neighborhood to ask them what they were doing there McMichael said never I'm a Donahue

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'Covington Kid' Nick Sandmann Thinks Kyle Rittenhouse Should Sue for Defamation: ‘Hold the Media Accountable’

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:55 sec | Last week

'Covington Kid' Nick Sandmann Thinks Kyle Rittenhouse Should Sue for Defamation: ‘Hold the Media Accountable’

"One more note here is we're watching the Kenosha trial of Kyle rittenhouse. Remember the Covington Catholic high school student Nicholas Sandman who won millions of dollars from the mainstream media, one of the few people I've ever seen to take on the beast and he won. By the way, that kid get all that money? 'cause it was like 20 some $1 million. Is that kid walking around with like $27 million in his bank account? He filed defamation lawsuits as you'll recall against CNN, Washington Post NBC for out of context portrayals of the then 16 year old student, appearing to mock the Native American Nathan Phillips. He won like millions. Well, Nicholas Sandman is saying that Kyle rittenhouse should do the same that he did and filed a defamation suit against the media beast. Maybe a couple of maybe a couple of rich kids thanks to the mainstream media

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 Queen carries out in-person audience at Windsor Castle

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 weeks ago

Queen carries out in-person audience at Windsor Castle

"Britain's Queen has met with the military's chief of staff at Windsor Castle the meeting with general Nick Carter is the first face to face engagement since appeared off appointment cancellations concerns about the monarchs health have been replaced last month when she spent the night in a London hospital after being admitted for tests worries then intensified after she pulled out from Sunday's national remembrance service to pay tribute to Britain's war dead palace officials who had said it was the moment firm intention to make the event said she sprained her back at the talks the queen stood to welcome Qatar who's preparing to step down as the armed forces chief soon Charles

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Update on the latest sports

AP News Radio

01:59 min | 2 weeks ago

Update on the latest sports

"AP sports I'm David Shuster we begin with college football number one Georgia and number two Alabama they're headed for an eventual showdown both again winning on Saturday Georgia defeating Tennessee forty one seventeen with quarterback Stetson Bennett accounting for a pair of touchdowns and he says the coaches are diversifying the offense they gave us more plays to run more plays and run the ball and throwing the ball there was a more balanced effort at all going into until like the last the last few drives which is what you wanna you offense as for number two Alabama it was over early as they crushed New Mexico state fifty nine three Crimson Tide quarterback Bryce young throwing for five touchdowns making coach Nick Sabin happy I thought we had great balance on offense without Bryce played really well on sack fumble really wasn't you know his fault continue the protection was better today but we we need to continue to try to you know shore up those things so that we don't get him hit elsewhere in the top ten number three Oregon number four Ohio state number six Michigan seven Michigan state nine Notre Dame and number ten Oklahoma state all winning their games but number eight Oklahoma suffering its first loss twenty seven fourteen at Baylor on the pro level Washington the biggest surprise in the NBA's Eastern Conference they're now nine and three after turning back Orlando with Miami Indiana Detroit Boston the LA clippers and Orleans just its second victory on the season the other winner Saturday night and HL Carolina now eleven into after getting by St Louis three to two pro football news the Green Bay Packers activating quarterback Aaron Rodgers off the reserve cobit list he will play against Seattle on Sunday but Pittsburgh quarterback Ben Roethlisberger he goes on that same list and will miss Sunday's game against Detroit and finally all of fame linebacker Sam Huff passing away at the age of eighty seven I'm David Shuster AP sports

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Kyle Rittenhouse Takes the Stand at His Trial

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:02 min | 3 weeks ago

Kyle Rittenhouse Takes the Stand at His Trial

"Cal rittenhouse is testifying. He was called by his defense team to testify about the triple shooting. It killed Joseph rosenbaum and Anthony huber and wounded gauge grass roots here is Kyle rittenhouse on the stand in Kenosha Wisconsin. I knew Nick was Smith and Dominic black. You did not know the owner of car surfs previously. I did not. Was he being nice to you guys? Was he happy you were there? Was he mad at you for being there? Describe it. He was happy we were there. And you heard testimony that you owners, I believe that was Friday afternoon. I did. And did they give you permission to be there? They did. And the other individuals in this photograph, some of whom have testified in this trial. Ten minutes before this photograph was taken. Did you know any of them? I did not. Did you ever spoke into any of them? No. And when you were there, what was the idea? Was there a plan? What was going to happen? Yes, the plan was to I went down there to provide first aid. I also, I brought my orange first aid kit, the fanny pack, and I also brought my pelican box which was filled with first stage stuff. By my feet to provide first aid. The orange box by your feet you referred to as a pelican body? Yes. Did you have that before the 25th? Yes. Was it stock? Yes. With things that you would bought and brought? Yes. Nope. All right, we lost the feed there. We'll pick it up where we left off. It's got your reaction to this testimony. It's powerful, it's riveting, compelling, and again, it contradicts the narrative that this was a cold blooded killer, the way Joe Scarborough and the MSNBC clowns characterized

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Grandparents await hugs, spouses reunite as US borders open

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 3 weeks ago

Grandparents await hugs, spouses reunite as US borders open

"U. S. borders are again open to foreign travelers with emotional reunions marking the day after nearly two years of pandemic related shutdowns from Frankfort where Stella Godwin was waiting for a flight to New York I am so excited to San Francisco fantastic Australian Nick Lincoln and all other travelers reveled in again visiting the U. S. for him it's a business but in Newark New Jersey I'm not jolly debate flew from India to see her boyfriend for the first time in months while in San Diego because he is gonna move here Octavio offerings came from Mexico to visit his mother in law for the first time in two years at the Canadian border Steven Nabil love just having the freedom to drive across it feels nice to going to be returning to normal Sager make ani Washington

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"nick" Discussed on The Nick Taylor Horror Show

The Nick Taylor Horror Show

03:58 min | 11 months ago

"nick" Discussed on The Nick Taylor Horror Show

"Welcome to the taylor. Horror show. maldin is a canadian writer and director. Perhaps best known for is likened throbbing cult classic wolf cop and its sequel. Another wolf cup usually. I'm not a fan of movies. That intentionally embrace campinas but wolf cop is an entirely different animal. Well written well acted great effects. Lots of laughs in overall a lot of fun and unmissable wolf cop really has the spirit of the midnight monster movie and actually is the closest thing in spirit. I've seen to rob zombie. Grind house concept where wolf women of the ss which i'm still anxiously awaiting in vain along with l. Roths thanksgiving in any case. Perhaps the best way to see wolf. Cop is on season one of the last drive in with joe bob briggs now streaming on shutter lowland and i talked about the making of wolf cop. His director origin story in major lessons learned from low. budget horror. Andy filmmaking. On this episode of nick taylor horror shalt now without further ado here is director. Lowell dean lull dean great to see you. Has everything going. Get nice to be here. Good good so. I mean been a big fan of yours for a while and i feel like one of the one of the interesting things about wolf cop in. The context of twenty twenty was one of the first exploding dixie. I've seen and there's been multiple exploding dixon movies and twenty twenty. I don't wanna spoiler alert. What the movies are. But those who have seen them know what i'm talking about. Yeah i think. I know which one it's on shudder. Right another one. I interviewed the director. But so you're the kind of exploding dick ambassador for the horror world but so as far as as far as wolf cop some some very respectable transformation sequences. I just want to dive in by talking about practical effects. I mean what was your. What was your approach to the effects in this movie in the overall contribution to the werewolf genre. I mean it's it's i've said the.

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"nick" Discussed on The Nick Taylor Horror Show

The Nick Taylor Horror Show

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"nick" Discussed on The Nick Taylor Horror Show

"Welcome back to the nick. Taylor.

"nick" Discussed on The Nick Taylor Horror Show

The Nick Taylor Horror Show

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"nick" Discussed on The Nick Taylor Horror Show

"Welcome to the nicktator horror show. Justin dyke is a canadian director who just released anything for jackson. She's now on shudder. Anything for jackson is definitely one of my favorite horror films of the year. It will really delivers the goods. It's scary it's funny. It's emotionally poignant and extremely unique and different take on ghosts and demons which was actually really refreshing all in all. It's a hell of a time. And i highly recommend it ironically. Enough justin made anything for jackson after making a number of commercial family films in canada which despite the genre really paved the way for his technical ability as a director we talk more about justin's back story the making of anything for jackson in how he pulled off this movie's fantastic creature facts in today's episode of the nick taylor horror show now without further ado here is just dyke justin dyke. How do you do sir. I'm well how are you. i'm doing good. Thanks though i admit. I have been struggling to floss. After seeing anything for jackson for a few days not approve. Our film down note is definitely not not dentist approved at all but i realized that i think i saw i saw your movie within like a few days of seeing Thirty two model asala street which was really good on shudder and his house on netflix star really loved an just kind of occurred to me that supernatural and demon movies will never ever go out of style..

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"nick" Discussed on The Nick Taylor Horror Show

The Nick Taylor Horror Show

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"nick" Discussed on The Nick Taylor Horror Show

"Tv it's it's really really an exciting time nicaragua pleasure. Thank you sir. i appreciate it. Thanks so much. Any parting wisdom for those aspiring horror film makers out there what. hey thanks. thanks for listening. I hope i haven't bored you all I would say you know what your point of view and your creativity. That's all yours. You own that in no one is going to have those ideas that you have and trust your instincts and and trustor ability to tell a story your way. And don't you know as you're taking on board and you're watching other filmmakers work. That's great letter all be inspiration but the number one thing you have going for you is your own talent and your own. Maybe weird cracked prism into the world. That's what's gonna make you stand out so so so dance to the beat of your own drummer. Don't try to be like somebody else be you. That's excellent great very wise words. Thank you so much. Thanks man. A real pleasure. Hey guys thank you for listening. If you enjoy episode why not share with your friends and family on social media. Don't forget to follow the show on instagram. i'm nick taylor vets. Im nick taylor and on twitter at the same handle. Thanks for listening to the nick. Taylor horror show..

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"nick" Discussed on The Nick Taylor Horror Show

The Nick Taylor Horror Show

07:57 min | 1 year ago

"nick" Discussed on The Nick Taylor Horror Show

"Welcome nick taylor horseshoe show here. Today we have the president of blunt house television. Jeremy jeremy manages the blunt house portfolio of scripted and unscripted. Tv series documentaries. It's streaming movies since coming to blunt house in two thousand sixteen. Jeremy is expanded the blunt house brand beyond horror to explore not only genre material but also dark and provocative subject matter as well as documentaries jeremy's worked on such projects as sharp objects manufactured films under houses. Welcome to the blunt house series in previously worked on such major tv hits helen wheels and kingdom jeremy's upcoming projects include showed times limited series. Good lord bird. Based on the novel. By james. Mcbride and starring ethan hawke an fx docu series called a wilderness of error from marks. Merlin book by errol morris bloom. House is a business is very fascinating. And since it's important for horror directors to be exposed to the business side of filmmaking. I'm going to open the interview. Format up to include not just horror directors and creators but executives. Who work in horror as well. This interview with jeremy's a great starting point for that and it should provide pretty good executive perspective on bloom house specifically their tv department of said multiple times that as an aspiring filmmaker bloom house. Tv is definitely a company that keep directly on your radar because they are giving a lot of new and emerging directors chance to direct features and tv episodes through blunt house television anyway without further. Ado here is president of blame. House tv jeremy. Gold jeremy welcome. How are you Thank you nick. I'm doing well. Thanks thanks for having me delighted to be here doing doing covert well. I guess what we say right. Whatever reality is as well as we all are these days. How are you doing pretty good. Doing cova dwell as well. I feel like cova de an interesting time for for creatives. I mean feel like. I'm number of to writers directors and talking to are just loving this unprecedented amount of time that they have to develop projects and right but you know from the from the an executive position. What does this time been like for you as a tv executive. Well i'd say first of all obviously with a with a considerable amount of you know concern and you know obviously sadness for those lives lost in. This is obviously been tragic for so many. And it's you know Always mustard start there when talking about you know Our ability to continue Making fun film and tv while all that's happening in know that is is obviously first and foremost i. You know. i'll answer by saying nick just winding back to to mid march when this all happened. Our first focus at blouse was was definitely on the safety of of our of our own staff and also all the artists work with because we were in production in various places around the country at that time not around the globe around the country certainly in several states shooting things. Okay job one was. Okay get get everybody home safely and And listen to the crazy irony. Right when i talked to friends. Not in the business about this. Is that because artists are all trapped in their homes. They have a lot of time And and they're used to working a lot and they like people often and so honestly what has been a bright spot of this that we've when there's a writer we wanna talk to or you know a movie star or big director. Chances are their home and they want to get on zoom so it's been a very rich environment to to catch up with friends from previous experiences but also to meet a lot of new a lot of new and it's been very fertile ground for developing nick on your to your point because people have time So it's actually been a rather You know the sun is shining and we're makin. hey in terms of development for sure. I will match good. That's good so as the president of bloom house television huge. Tell us a little bit about what your day to day entails. Coveted has changed things a little bit. But what is your what is your day-to-day typically consist. of course. well listen. We have a number of things that we're back in production on started back i with the With a non scripted material because that was easier where things like you know interviews with one you know one subject end to crew and then then ramped up and got back in some scripted series and film of programming as well and so number one. There's definitely i oversee a pretty large team of executives. All the different divisions you'd imagine being a tv studio you know production and development and finance and business affairs and all the rest of it so Every look every day is a little different Nick you know some days are really a are very focused on internal meetings and driving all the trains forward at the same time we do an awful lot of An awful lot of production focused conversation that touches every department of the studio making sure you know. Obviously that would be a by. You know deserving all the All the guideline safety guidelines and parade all the time and also an awful lot of development meetings. An awful lot of pitches internal pitches and external pictures when we're going out selling things. The business television is comprised of multiple pillars of growth there scripted continuing series scripted limited series. We make an awful lot of streaming movies as as as you. Well know between into the dark on hulu and welcome to the house which we have just from your the first two films on tuesday on amazon and not and also how some one australian movies as well and historically also had a number of premium doc series and documentary films as well but the focus really is on the scripted series and script and streaming movies slate. Cool will blame house. Tv's clearly exploding right now. Could you talk about how the The dna of the blame house brand has adapted from day. One i remember being at south by southwest and seeing jason blunt speak years ago like six or seven years ago about just the overall dna of the company where it was high concept low budget giving directors complete and total freedom which is what enables just lean production infrastructure with with creative freedom was allowing for a lot of great voices to come out. How much of that has remained the same. And how has that evolved into the production infrastructure of the tv division. I joined the company for years ago to to build a tv studio. The goal was really to embrace the incredibly successful audience facing brand of mouse and expand upon it mom due to do things that are certainly in john like are very successful feature brothers and sisters do all day but also to open that aperture up a little bit so we coined phrase that really works for us. We like to say it's not just about the monsters under the bed at the things that keep us all awake at night which now we got two stories like sharp objects if you saw that and allow voice in the room Which is you know. The story of roger ailes fox news. Like say it's not horror but it is or fighting and you know The good lord bird which we launched very recently on showtime justice scott sunday which is a historical fiction but covering the story of abolitionist john brown and and and the raid on.

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"nick" Discussed on The Nick Taylor Horror Show

The Nick Taylor Horror Show

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"nick" Discussed on The Nick Taylor Horror Show

"Welcome nick taylor horsh oh right to strap in because we're going non or this episode but trust me it's borderline horror jason's fat man is the new movie from the neloms brothers. That man is a. I don't even know where to begin. Retelling on the santa claus myth starring mel gibson as a grizzled old santa claus who somehow gets marked by hitman played by walt goggin..

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"nick" Discussed on EAST TO WEST WITH NICK AND ROB

EAST TO WEST WITH NICK AND ROB

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"nick" Discussed on EAST TO WEST WITH NICK AND ROB

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"nick" Discussed on Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles

Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"nick" Discussed on Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles

"And get set up today. Be sure to tell them Boston Sports channel. Sencha. We got to start with Cam. Obviously Greg. He's been the big story leading up to this game on Sunday. I thought he was terrific your thoughts. Yeah, Nick. I thought for an opener. I thought in a new quarterback in the new system and everything. I think it went about as well as you could have hoped. I mean, yes, they only scored 21 points, but anybody who watched the game knows that the Patriots left off. A ton of points on the field including, you know cam taking a sack on the edge of field-goal range. Just something that can't happen look like there was some mix-up on that play. Of course the n'keal Harry from a lot of the endzone inexcusable blood to a 15-point swing in the game. You know, I thought the cam was really good. I thought that I thought that the read-option the zone-read that stuff really worked. Well the Dolphins had a tough time with it amazing reading some of the quotes out of Miami after the game that they weren't really prepared for that kind of stuff. I mean, what did you think the Patriots were going to do? Run Tom Brady's offense? No one Cam Newton. I mean that that wouldn't have made a whole lot of sense. I thought the camper at the end of day. I think he'd completed like 79% of his passes. You know, I wouldn't say they were first of all, they weren't very high degree of difficulty. I think when went and I thought Rated my graded the film and of course Phil girl loves to nice. I have my chart out get the job. I don't think I had him for a plus throw in the game because I don't think any of them were that tough. I thought that the one really tough throw was more of an Edelman catch over the middle than a great Newton throw. I thought Edelman kind of bailed him out. I thought that there were a couple of high passes including the Edelman drop. Yes. It was a drop but it also was he was wide open in the middle of field. He had to leave his feet. I'm not saying that Edelman shouldn't have said that that it was Newton's fault. No Edelman should have caught the ball. He should have but the past should have been better. And then there was another throat element in the flat where it was high and Edelman took an unnecessary blow in in those are the type of throws you do get with Cam and it's something to monitor going forward. That's just when he misses he misses high and dead. Those passes could turn into turnovers they could turn into injuries for some of the receivers and tight ends. But you know, I thought all in I thought it was really good. I thought the offensive line played outstanding. We you and I have talked about sorry bully ball coming to New England..

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"nick" Discussed on Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles

Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"nick" Discussed on Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles

"Maybe it's a Larry Bird fan. Maybe is a Kevin Faulk fan. I could tell you he's very active in our daily Q&A as he's off. He's all over my case. He's pepper me with questions. All right. Well good job solid job out of Bad Axe thirty-three Gregg. I know you talked about how poured the passing offense was in the sessions that you watched. However, could the reason be our wage? The Box are just so good. Like you said even Ross and Brian are good Duggar a rookie was very good early as well. So how much when you look at this offense the passing game struggles Greg, how much do you credit the defense versus how much you actually look at the offense and go they're just not good certainly a little, you know, Nick I just think that God I certainly had been watching football for for a while. So I like to think that I know the difference and look you have to give the Patriots secondary a ton of credit app i m a r they're spectacular. I mean even like bad accent. I mean DeAngelo Ross and Miles Bryant are two guys that were released. I'm not sure if they're back on the practice squad. I can't remember our thoughts had but two kids who really did a nice job in Camp and made plays and and they were just so deep in the secondary and so yes, they deserve a lot of Chrome. They make things a lot tougher that being said you still should see flashes of big plays in the in the passing game. Those were few and far between much lower than any other training camp. I've been to Across The League, I think also I look at Cam Newton's sort of processing the game and it's on the slow side. And that is one of my big worries with Cam. It has been watching him in the past is you'll watch him on coaches film Nick and you'll say you'll even see the carbs which way it's going be like, okay. Well this guy's going to be open and like, you know, three step drop boom get it out and he's like three step hesitate then get it out. And so we saw a lot of that on the practice field is not very clean because is it because that's just a weakness of his is it that he's trying to learn the offense and it's not quite going quick enough in his head. Is it because he's trying to be too perfect because he's knows there's a dog Pressure on him and that he's got to prove the football world that he's still a starting kind of franchise quarterback, or is it a combination of all those things? Like how do you feel how do you feel about his kind of mental about the game is football IQ and how he reads things when you look back at his past and and what you saw a can yeah, I I I want to say it's all of those things Nick. I just think that way he's a guy and you gotta remember this is a kid who played it Auburn under Gus Malzahn and that is one of the simplest College offenses that you'll ever see everything pretty much dictated for the quarterback. So that's sort of his base. Urban Meyer wasn't whole lot different when cam was originally recruited the University of Florida..

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"nick" Discussed on Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles

Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"nick" Discussed on Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles

"You've got them at 10 and 6 tell us about it. Yeah, so I went through the internet is a great thing Nick. They have these they have these sites where you can go and sometimes the internet's great thing. That's not so much that is true. Just avoid Twitter so they had Sites where you can predict every single week of the NFL season. So I like to do that just to fool around and see what happens and I came out with 10 and 6 for the Patriots. I actually at one point and you can sort of gauge the standings as you're going. I have them at 4 and 6 at one point. Yeah, and they were a couple of games behind the bills and the AFC East. I think I I think I had them splitting the season series with the bills, but then they reeled off six straight wins another one in the playoffs over the Steelers. They lost to the I think it was the Chiefs game. And so that's where I came out and I and what's funny is that I went back and looked at when the schedule was was released like everybody does I went through the wage schedule and just said, okay just for you know Giggles I'll go through it and I came out with 10:00 and 6 also now I will warn people Nick that I went through my history log. This works General. Com of predicting the Patriots season and I was one game too generous each of the past three years. So that would leave you to you know, 9874 us math Majors instead of the tenants say exactly and and I will say this I think that's significant because I think I think 9:00 and 7. I don't know if the 9 and Samsung is going to get the Patriots into the playoffs even even with the new format. Yeah. I I think the way I went through it. I think the AFC West I think I also had the Raiders were making it. I think they have a little bit of an easier schedule. I think the north has an easier schedule the South will beat beat each other up as normal so they will probably have a nine and Seventeen emerge. It might have a couple of teams right around there the Colts, you know, and what have you so you know, when once I saw that once I saw I had them at 10 and 6 I went back and I said, yep. Let me just see what happens if I do make them 9 and 7. So I changed the week 16 Showdown against the bills to a bills victory that made the bills the AFC East Champion in the Patriots were on the outside looking in very similar to 2008. The last time they did not have Tom Brady as they're starting starting quarterback. So, you know, I think that's an accurate number. I think you know right around anywhere from 11:00 and 5 to 9 and 7. I am not one of these doom-and-gloom guys. Yes, they have issues. But that's negating all the other issues that all the other teams have an office in the coaching advantage. And so, you know, I don't know I mean Nick do you think that that's being too optimistic or do you think that's yeah. I mean, think again, I think the bottom of the barrel for this team is 9 and 7 and that's the premise is always that you're healthy. If healthy, then you'll be better than not right. So if this team is healthy including cam who's one of the most important guys on the team Obvious reasons if they're healthy across the board for most of this season, I don't think 9:00 and 7 is crazy. I don't think 10:00 and 6 is crazy. I think you start to feel a little bit too. Bullish. If you bring up 11 wins, which is what need an 08 when they got hosed and didn't get into the playoffs that year as luck would have it but I don't think 9:00 and 7 is outrageous. I don't think 10:00 and 6 is outrageous..

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"nick" Discussed on Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles

Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"nick" Discussed on Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles

"You a hell of a deal and also Boston Sports Journal that we'll also they'll also hook you up. There you go. Boston Sports channel, as always. All right big picture here, you know, I've been seeing stuff Greg all over the interwebs the last few days about this team, you know, bleacherreport.com Eating them. I think it was Nineteen as a staff in the NFL you go back to the ESPN football power index. They had the Patriots around 9 or 10 in the league as far as a playoff hopes and overall ranking. Is this a playoff team? You pretty confident there a playoff team. Are you kind of wavering? What do you thinking going in here? Absolutely. I I to me there is little doubt that they took our playoff with 9 mm with you a hundred percent. Yep. Yeah. I mean, I don't know what sure it's not, you know, it's not your older cousins Patriots team, you know, it's going to look a whole lot different but change can be good and and look at the look. They have a great secondary you have a they have a could be a great offensive line. They should be able to run the ball. I was actually texting with my crease earlier today. We were talking about some stuff and I said, you know I said this team this team needs to rush for three thousand yards this year and month. the Ravens set the record, I think it was last year or two years ago. They said it at about thirty four hundred yards. I think at the Patriots get to the upper ranges of you know, 2829 hundred. I think I think they're on course to have a successful season. They're going to need have the lead they are going to need to play good defense, but you also have one of the best coaching staffs in the league. And yes, there's there hasn't been a lot of continuity on offense. They're going to have work through some things but so is everybody else. I mean everybody else is as in the same bucket and while I don't think Bill Belichick is invaluable. He's pretty damn good at what he does and I have a lot of confidence in what he does. There are two people I never bet against Tom Brady and Bill Belichick and Tom Brady's gone, but Belichick is still here. So I have a lot of confidence said and also Nick the other thing is, you know, what do you think the divisions going to do? Yes, Buffalo is going to be good. You know, we'll see how far Josh Allen can take him. I'd rather have Cam Newton dog. Josh Allen, but that's me the Dolphins speak to that's me to the Dolphins have had a ton of changes in their front seven and other places that's going to be a work-in-progress the Jets of the Jets. You know, I don't have a lot of confidence in Adam gase as the head coach. I like them as an offensive coordinator..

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"nick" Discussed on The Nick Taylor Horror Show

The Nick Taylor Horror Show

07:16 min | 1 year ago

"nick" Discussed on The Nick Taylor Horror Show

"To the Nick Taylor Horror show about three months before he passed all on I was afforded off the opportunity of a lifetime to interview Stuart Gordon. And what was already a tremendous honor looking back is made even more special by knowing that this was one of the last interviews he ever gave birth. So this being episode number 50, I really could not be more proud than a present this conversation that I got to have with Stuart when I spoke to him Stewart was right on the heels of completing his autobiography. So he was naturally in a very reflective mood. So we talked a lot about his major life lessons that he learned as a director as well the kind of connective themes that presented him. All throughout the course of his career all of which he was able to realize retrospectively looking back having written his autobiography Stewart was beyond a horror director. He was an innovator. He was at a loss Eliezer. He was a showman. He was a director that made you think made you laugh and made you squirm all in the same movie his work defied convention and was beyond subversive strong and just push boundaries. He bulldozed over them. He was also one of the most prolific adapters of HP Lovecraft and famously brought his own wonderful signature interpretations to his work. So Thursday October to commemorate the 30th anniversary of Re-Animator. I'll also be releasing a remembering Stuart Gordon episode where I sit down with some a Stewart's friends and collaborators and hear what they learned from him going to feature Larry fessenden Graham Skipper and Brian yuzna. So look out for that on October 18th. Anyway now for your listening pleasure, please enjoy this conversation with the late. Great Master for Stuart Gordon. Stewart thank you so much for taking the time. I'm a tremendous fan. And this is definitely a big honor. So thank you first and foremost know it's my pleasure. So there's a real undeniable of subversion to all your films to put it lightly and one thing I read about was the Psychedelic political satire version of Peter Pan that you had done and the fact that you got arrested. Yeah. So what I'm curious about is what level what effect did that incident have on your work? I mean, would imagine that something like that during a formidable time. Like being in college would probably make you more determined than ever to make subversive work. Is that accurate? Well, it definitely got you know, a lot of people's attention, you know, it became sort of a national news as a matter of fact, I remember Johnny Carson making jokes about it on his show. Oh wow. And I mean just the whole idea of you know, psychedelic a Peter Pan, right all by itself was enough to just kind of get people wage to the perfect people and and get their attention. Right did that did being arrested for your art give you this kind of more wage admissive purpose to make art that does push the boundaries and make art that might be a little dangerous and not quite make the type of art that Society might not quite be ready for I mean, does that give you any sort of em, you know, it's funny. It's I had done, you know, we had started a theater company. I did a play in you know with the University of Wisconsin called the game show. That was the first thing and that was a long way in which we made the audience believe that they were locked in the theater and it was very extreme and we had plants in the audience who I am. You're the audience believe we're you know audience members who were beaten and oh, wow, you know, you know kind of suck humiliated and so forth and and so you know that show that show got it a huge amount of attention and that led to you know, one of the professors at the University offering to give me a program that I could, you know summer program where we could produce five plays and the idea was that should all be kind of experimental Theatre and we do all kinds of things. We did a production of Afraid of Virginia Woolf that started at 1:00 in the morning and we the First Act was done. Conventional way men and women in the second act was done with all women and the third Act was done with all men. Oh wow. So we were doing all kinds of stuff. We did a production of Titus andronicus that was done non-verbally in a in a burned-out building that was you know, there was just a basically a huge Crater where the building had been and the audience sat on their sides of this pit looking down and watching this watching, you know, these these characters, you know off the kitchen at 6. Most violent play right and you know tons of tons blood and we did it all with, you know, instead of two packs Shakespeare's language and digital just grunting and sort of caveman Style. So we were doing doing a pretty crazy stuff. And Peter Pan was the last play in that series The Common Thread with all of those different Productions sounds like wage you kind of intentionally put yourself in very challenging scenario as a as a director by doing Shakespeare without words and doing a big elaborate plays in small locations and things like that and it sounds like that may have been by Design. So I'm curious about is did how much did that contribute to your ability as a director predict certain later on because from everything that I've learned in talking other directors one of the most important qualities in being a director, if you don't have those big crazy Hollywood budgets is resourcefulness, and it sounds like you're kind of training ground for being a filmmaker was was these Productions because you were you were kind of forcing yourself to be very resourceful from an artistic perspective. Is that accurate? Yeah. Yep. I'm sorry, you know the thing that sort of turned me around was the production when I was you know, I didn't direct it. But I was in this production of a play called Marat Sade which is the which is a play that's put on by the inmates of an insane asylum and the idea is that at any moment the actors could go crazy and jump into the audience and started attacking people and that turned me around cuz I used to think that theater it's just sort of like a bad movie and and then I realized after doing brats on the theater..

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"nick" Discussed on In Bed with Nick and Megan

In Bed with Nick and Megan

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"nick" Discussed on In Bed with Nick and Megan

"My takeaway from this. which is this episode? All about Nick Offerman Colin. The early years is correct. Me If I'm wrong. Lovely upbringing farm town not a lot of cultural Exposure due to Deep Culture Until College Couple of girlfriends virginity lost an a alarmingly early age. Japanese Went to college the college that shot me named wonderful experience a lot of wonderful experience. Great friends exposure to the deep culture. Kabuki theatre company had some great experiences. Got Gone down on by Hungarians in a garden gehring moved Chicago Kogo started a theater. Company had a couple of girlfriends. And then what happens next so we don't know we're going to have to listen in two more episodes of the spectacularly popular number one podcast in bed with Nick and Megan this has been your host Nick Offerman and his wife Megan Mulally and her husband. Nick Offerman did you say Nick Offerman and some lady named Megan Mullaly. Thank you for your kind indulgence. Thanks for listening..

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"nick" Discussed on In Bed with Nick and Megan

In Bed with Nick and Megan

13:37 min | 2 years ago

"nick" Discussed on In Bed with Nick and Megan

"For an audition for the College Dance Department and while I was hanging out in the hallway during her audition I ran into a couple of theater students and I can't remember how in the world I happen to strike up a conversation with them. They must have said. Hey Kid you can't be hanging out here or something but it came out. Ah since and I said what do you mean. What does that mean and they said we? We studied theater acting in plays and I said well then. What can you get a job doing that? And they said yeah in Chicago for example or places like New York or London you can be paid to perform plays and that was my helen. Keller moment rose like like Oh and I went home and said Mom and Dad. I'm going to audition to be a theater student. You can get paid to do plays in Chicago and I mean it blew. It was such an epiphany and I gave the did it. I went and had audition and write an essay to get into this theater conservatory where they only take sixteen actors a year and looking back at how terrible it all must have been. Because I'd never done this kind of audition addition before. How did she get in she? I here's here's my guests to think about it was it was very much a regional theatre training program. So there's a lot of shakespeare their training you to go to like Illinois Shakespeare or to do more pageant based or presentational theatre styles and so when you're doing shows like that you need talent and and good actors to cast Aston the roles but you also need a few guys to carry the good looking people off stage on Palanquins and in Horse Carts and whatnot. You know if you're doing the three musketeers. You need a couple of thugs so I think I slipped and through that sort of loophole. Did you have any kind of like movement audition audition or singing or anything like that. No I mean I do think I was asked about that. And I said that I was really interested in their sword fighting department their movement department really coordinated and Good with movement and dare I say the dots and he was a fight choreographer and it's done a lot of that kind of thing but yeah. I always thought that you could have been should have pedal on more of a dance. Dance background if you'd really wanted to over. That's not me and I just started a band within the last few years for full dancing I made a joke a few years ago. Like I'm going to be a dancer. Ha Harvey laughed. Well guess what. I'm a dancer. So you never know your true calling but back to you you go to. The you. Buy In champaign Urbana. Is it wrong of me to say that. I don't like the name Champagne Champagne or the name or banner for towns specially Bandeau. I mean people get to likely was a tribe right. Wasn't that a no thing. He was more four. Oh Oh then. I don't like him. I don't know I'm thinking of Champlain. Champlain there's a lake champlain. Champagne I'm not. I don't understand why it's the name of Italian her Bana as a really sure not cute. That's like it's like town of town. Oh Yeah City yeah city turn Setina Sunny Way. I just needed to lodge a formal complaint you know and I have to say While while we're on at many of the Residents of the town college shampoo banana for perhaps because they feel better similar version but also hyphenated in it. I thought it was two different towns. It is because it's a little twin town but confusingly. It's it's known as Champaign Urbana but the college is called Old University of Illinois at her Bana Champagne so they don't they don't know their ass from a hole in the ground attitude to know how to grow delicious sweetcorn corn but God get your town. Okay all right well. I'm glad that we got those things off chests all right so you actually graduated -aduated from college owes today's hot take. I did graduate. I took a year off because we toured a Kabuki show Oh yes attack about. Let's talk about this. Nick was a member of a Kabuki Theatre Company in college. This is what I'm talking about with his ability to express himself physically. And you were on a tour for a year. We'll know that we toured weird Japan as part of the school year because our professor and director shows of Saito Sensei was getting ready to retire so so in a celebratory way of his career of adapting Shakespeare in Greek dramas to traditional Japanese Kabuki theatre style l.. There was this tour to Japan of our show and it was nineteen ninety one the first to hungry. Sorry am I right well. Yes or the first Gulf War had started sadly and so some producers said hey this anti instinct dance to war antiwar. I'd say this is an anti war against war. Were is over if you want. That's Yoko Gone John from our bed in podcast. We've come full circle. So some producers picked up the show and and we did a professional production in a great regional theater outside of Philadelphia called the People's light and theatre company in malvern Pennsylvania. We did it there for six months. We did it in Philadelphia proper then we toured. We took it to Hungary and the island of Cyprus and we were supposed to play in Transylvania for some reason big cancelled because of sesame. Vampires some Takata off too many vampires and so. We took a year off to do like a professional year of this Kabuki play which was called Kabuki Achilles and it was an adaptation of the Iliad and it Wa- It was a beautiful play. It was anti war stories of Achilles and Hector and it ended with a Kelly sang to hector basically glee. Why have I just killed you? You are as I were the same brothers. Why are we fighting? People like that and people were moved by it and and since this is partly my podcast I just want I just want to insert makes me think of these. Tom Waits lyrics that I love so much from his Song Day after tomorrow talking about both sides in a war how does God tell me. How does God choose one? Both sides are praying to the same. God how does God choose who's prayers prayers to see refuse who spins the wheel and who rolls the dice when it comes to war just makes no sense. I'm I'm MM firmly antiwar a dead horse there buddy got it and guide unlike war all right. That's part of what makes you you okay so Loud and proud focus All right so I need to know this is for me. We might even cut this out. Although this'll be the one thing that can want keep When we were on our first time to go to a restaurant and sit across from each other there and it was at that place on Franklin? That isn't there anymore. What was it called that Italian place? We got like Pizza Brad. We sat by the front window in the middle. Anyway we did it goodies. Gatti's like it used to become Spaghetti's but then they changed. It closed closed We were sitting at a table and we were talking about our past relationships and I was saying that I was open to manner women and I think you wanted to like get on board with that and so you told me a story about an interaction. You had with a male of the species as and when you're in Hungary and then since then you've recanted that statement. Please tell me real story okay. And when we were in Hungary we are you. Sure sure it was me when we're hungry. We had like a a mixture with this other theater company from Hungary and we saw production. They did they were like a street theater company. It was very hippy. And and they did a production of Romeo and Juliet but out on the street and it was actually really cool. They use no profit good part except here about their production of Romeo and Juliet. So get this last. Stop editing you so so. The Guy who has think played Romeo was was very was a very beautiful guy and and caring and the whole thing a bit of drunken puck and Dahlia. Ah We all after seeing their production which was ripping Lee. Good picture this. No the one detail that I will include is when I believe it's one tilt. Oh No no I'm cutting you off get back to the story so we all went like hung out and had a big wine party and there may have been some. Hashish is Wellington listening and we were hanging out in the park area called Avenue Avenue of heroes. I believe share incredible and Budapest and and he and I had a very friendly evening that was kind of flirtatious and and sweet and I'm not sure if he was gay or not. I don't think so. No passes were made but but I had a girlfriend in our show another actress in our Kabuki show and she was like dancing a lot with the the sort of Nick Offerman of their company sort of swore the hot guy. Well now the just the the bigger more war bruiser welcomes their guy and And so you know it was is pretty harmless but it was. I think it was sort of to answer the question. That was the closest I ever came to sort of being attracted to a guy but nothing really went down and I mean and that sort of answered the question where I was like. This is really nice and fun. And this guy's definitely beautiful but but I'm not I'm not thinking about getting up on his joint okay. So can I just tell you that at that table at Bernie knees or whatever the fuck. That place was call. Well I swear to God you tell me that Hungarian guy went down. You know bet. There's no way training get in the conversation. Asian fast talking about the women absolutely like when we first were going out. You seem so exotic you seem like something off of like a a Grecian urn like you seem like a creature of legend and so I absolutely would expect that I would have the embellished things to try and impress you as one does but I would never have made such a claim. Okay well thank. Memory is tricky. Go all right. Well I am glad that we had a public reexamination of that because I have been waiting store. Nineteen years to the bottom of that story and winning for podcast. Maybe a nineteen years. We'll have a podcast and then I can like spring it on them and it worked. I feel better. I feel like a weight has been lifted. Not that there's anything wrong with it but plenty gay as it is does without having actually had a guy hungering guy go down on you in the garden outside of Wild Party while you're traveling traveling with your Kabuki theatre company. Thank you. You're welcome appreciate.

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"nick" Discussed on In Bed with Nick and Megan

In Bed with Nick and Megan

13:37 min | 2 years ago

"nick" Discussed on In Bed with Nick and Megan

"For an audition for the College Dance Department and while I was hanging out in the hallway during her audition I ran into a couple of theater students and I can't remember how in the world I happen to strike up a conversation with them. They must have said. Hey Kid you can't be hanging out here or something but it came out. Ah since and I said what do you mean. What does that mean and they said we? We studied theater acting in plays and I said well then. What can you get a job doing that? And they said yeah in Chicago for example or places like New York or London you can be paid to perform plays and that was my helen. Keller moment rose like like Oh and I went home and said Mom and Dad. I'm going to audition to be a theater student. You can get paid to do plays in Chicago and I mean it blew. It was such an epiphany and I gave the did it. I went and had audition and write an essay to get into this theater conservatory where they only take sixteen actors a year and looking back at how terrible it all must have been. Because I'd never done this kind of audition addition before. How did she get in she? I here's here's my guests to think about it was it was very much a regional theatre training program. So there's a lot of shakespeare their training you to go to like Illinois Shakespeare or to do more pageant based or presentational theatre styles and so when you're doing shows like that you need talent and and good actors to cast Aston the roles but you also need a few guys to carry the good looking people off stage on Palanquins and in Horse Carts and whatnot. You know if you're doing the three musketeers. You need a couple of thugs so I think I slipped and through that sort of loophole. Did you have any kind of like movement audition audition or singing or anything like that. No I mean I do think I was asked about that. And I said that I was really interested in their sword fighting department their movement department really coordinated and Good with movement and dare I say the dots and he was a fight choreographer and it's done a lot of that kind of thing but yeah. I always thought that you could have been should have pedal on more of a dance. Dance background if you'd really wanted to over. That's not me and I just started a band within the last few years for full dancing I made a joke a few years ago. Like I'm going to be a dancer. Ha Harvey laughed. Well guess what. I'm a dancer. So you never know your true calling but back to you you go to. The you. Buy In champaign Urbana. Is it wrong of me to say that. I don't like the name Champagne Champagne or the name or banner for towns specially Bandeau. I mean people get to likely was a tribe right. Wasn't that a no thing. He was more four. Oh Oh then. I don't like him. I don't know I'm thinking of Champlain. Champlain there's a lake champlain. Champagne I'm not. I don't understand why it's the name of Italian her Bana as a really sure not cute. That's like it's like town of town. Oh Yeah City yeah city turn Setina Sunny Way. I just needed to lodge a formal complaint you know and I have to say While while we're on at many of the Residents of the town college shampoo banana for perhaps because they feel better similar version but also hyphenated in it. I thought it was two different towns. It is because it's a little twin town but confusingly. It's it's known as Champaign Urbana but the college is called Old University of Illinois at her Bana Champagne so they don't they don't know their ass from a hole in the ground attitude to know how to grow delicious sweetcorn corn but God get your town. Okay all right well. I'm glad that we got those things off chests all right so you actually graduated -aduated from college owes today's hot take. I did graduate. I took a year off because we toured a Kabuki show Oh yes attack about. Let's talk about this. Nick was a member of a Kabuki Theatre Company in college. This is what I'm talking about with his ability to express himself physically. And you were on a tour for a year. We'll know that we toured weird Japan as part of the school year because our professor and director shows of Saito Sensei was getting ready to retire so so in a celebratory way of his career of adapting Shakespeare in Greek dramas to traditional Japanese Kabuki theatre style l.. There was this tour to Japan of our show and it was nineteen ninety one the first to hungry. Sorry am I right well. Yes or the first Gulf War had started sadly and so some producers said hey this anti instinct dance to war antiwar. I'd say this is an anti war against war. Were is over if you want. That's Yoko Gone John from our bed in podcast. We've come full circle. So some producers picked up the show and and we did a professional production in a great regional theater outside of Philadelphia called the People's light and theatre company in malvern Pennsylvania. We did it there for six months. We did it in Philadelphia proper then we toured. We took it to Hungary and the island of Cyprus and we were supposed to play in Transylvania for some reason big cancelled because of sesame. Vampires some Takata off too many vampires and so. We took a year off to do like a professional year of this Kabuki play which was called Kabuki Achilles and it was an adaptation of the Iliad and it Wa- It was a beautiful play. It was anti war stories of Achilles and Hector and it ended with a Kelly sang to hector basically glee. Why have I just killed you? You are as I were the same brothers. Why are we fighting? People like that and people were moved by it and and since this is partly my podcast I just want I just want to insert makes me think of these. Tom Waits lyrics that I love so much from his Song Day after tomorrow talking about both sides in a war how does God tell me. How does God choose one? Both sides are praying to the same. God how does God choose who's prayers prayers to see refuse who spins the wheel and who rolls the dice when it comes to war just makes no sense. I'm I'm MM firmly antiwar a dead horse there buddy got it and guide unlike war all right. That's part of what makes you you okay so Loud and proud focus All right so I need to know this is for me. We might even cut this out. Although this'll be the one thing that can want keep When we were on our first time to go to a restaurant and sit across from each other there and it was at that place on Franklin? That isn't there anymore. What was it called that Italian place? We got like Pizza Brad. We sat by the front window in the middle. Anyway we did it goodies. Gatti's like it used to become Spaghetti's but then they changed. It closed closed We were sitting at a table and we were talking about our past relationships and I was saying that I was open to manner women and I think you wanted to like get on board with that and so you told me a story about an interaction. You had with a male of the species as and when you're in Hungary and then since then you've recanted that statement. Please tell me real story okay. And when we were in Hungary we are you. Sure sure it was me when we're hungry. We had like a a mixture with this other theater company from Hungary and we saw production. They did they were like a street theater company. It was very hippy. And and they did a production of Romeo and Juliet but out on the street and it was actually really cool. They use no profit good part except here about their production of Romeo and Juliet. So get this last. Stop editing you so so. The Guy who has think played Romeo was was very was a very beautiful guy and and caring and the whole thing a bit of drunken puck and Dahlia. Ah We all after seeing their production which was ripping Lee. Good picture this. No the one detail that I will include is when I believe it's one tilt. Oh No no I'm cutting you off get back to the story so we all went like hung out and had a big wine party and there may have been some. Hashish is Wellington listening and we were hanging out in the park area called Avenue Avenue of heroes. I believe share incredible and Budapest and and he and I had a very friendly evening that was kind of flirtatious and and sweet and I'm not sure if he was gay or not. I don't think so. No passes were made but but I had a girlfriend in our show another actress in our Kabuki show and she was like dancing a lot with the the sort of Nick Offerman of their company sort of swore the hot guy. Well now the just the the bigger more war bruiser welcomes their guy and And so you know it was is pretty harmless but it was. I think it was sort of to answer the question. That was the closest I ever came to sort of being attracted to a guy but nothing really went down and I mean and that sort of answered the question where I was like. This is really nice and fun. And this guy's definitely beautiful but but I'm not I'm not thinking about getting up on his joint okay. So can I just tell you that at that table at Bernie knees or whatever the fuck. That place was call. Well I swear to God you tell me that Hungarian guy went down. You know bet. There's no way training get in the conversation. Asian fast talking about the women absolutely like when we first were going out. You seem so exotic you seem like something off of like a a Grecian urn like you seem like a creature of legend and so I absolutely would expect that I would have the embellished things to try and impress you as one does but I would never have made such a claim. Okay well thank. Memory is tricky. Go all right. Well I am glad that we had a public reexamination of that because I have been waiting store. Nineteen years to the bottom of that story and winning for podcast. Maybe a nineteen years. We'll have a podcast and then I can like spring it on them and it worked. I feel better. I feel like a weight has been lifted. Not that there's anything wrong with it but plenty gay as it is does without having actually had a guy hungering guy go down on you in the garden outside of Wild Party while you're traveling traveling with your Kabuki theatre company. Thank you. You're welcome appreciate.

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"nick" Discussed on In Bed with Nick and Megan

In Bed with Nick and Megan

18:02 min | 2 years ago

"nick" Discussed on In Bed with Nick and Megan

"Valentine's Day I got you something to it's a package Yeah Cindy you get married. Valentine said Oh yeah Well I got you I kinda you. I think you're GONNA like it. I got you in bed with Nick and Megan Hoodie and a Mug a Mug Egg. Yeah well I went a little overboard. Those I saw those on the pod swag on pod SWAG DOT COM. Yeah well I got those for you. And you're welcome. Thank you honey. I will drink a report of beverage from my Mug while I'm wearing my hoodie and nothing else when I present to you the love package that I have for you. Yeah I like all of them except one part the left part in the left part. Yeah now that sounds wonderful my darling and good so I see the I keep seeing As I as I walk out onto the streets of the cities of the world I see people wandering around in there in bed with nick and Magon Hood Eason carrying their mugs out in public given To See them represents I wanted you to be able to China teeming throng. Thank you happy. Valentine's Day and I guess if anybody wants to join US I would send them to pod swag dot com slash slash bed. Anti that get some cool merge for yourself in the anyhow Pie All right Welcome to another installment of the world's number one podcast in bed with Nick and Megan or Hoi. It's my guest today. Is Nick Offerman. Thank you for having me from the title neck. Megan I'm welcoming four bedroom today. My wife Nagging Mullaly. I'm begging thank you for coming in. Thanks for having me all right. Let's have sex. Took only three guys three three other guys in the room. So we're we're used to that reese to up to seven guys who often and eleven women in any given time so we do a record. The podcast from our California king bed in our house feel like we should name her bed now not to tell everybody I mean privately I agree. I don't think the world needs another name of our bad. Were lying astride cute name and on this podcast today. We'll be discussing all things nick offerman. This'll be a nick offerman central show. ooh podcast where Nick will be. Grilled interviewed caressed and emotionally massaged the questions about his life and times. Well starting at just want to say the Listener Schnur. If you're having trouble sleeping this might be a good episode to put on the background. I know this could be the thing. Uh propels you to superstar break. Let's let's start with the young Nick Kostroman showy even than you are today before today. Please stay Angie Europe birth current edge and your birth current at age forty nine year of birth nineteen seventy. You just missed sixty nine story of your life or always miss sixty nine MHM The six of the nine so you're born in Burma. That was not fun for not born in Burma. Nick was born in born in Manuka. No the Nearest Hospital Juliet Illinois. Okay and so you can tell when people are doing a bad job of interviewing me because they say so. You're from Juliet. Say No but on Google you saw that I was born born enjoy it does things are ever right. PS dear listener Wikipedia IMDB. They're all completely wrong. So don't take your interview questions. It's from those real So Nick was born nineteen seventy the swinging seventies so at the call them driving so oh and I'm a felon some of the blanks. Nick Scott Great family. His father was a history his father. They're about everyone's still living though I'm about to mention father was a history teacher at that time. Social Studies Social Studies with. I'm like the wikipedia of this podcast focus but he really into history and geography as well And his mother was a labor and delivery nurse but at that time what unless she she was a mother of four she was a nurse. Homemaker yes she. After my her fourth child my younger brother Matt was was born. She finished her degree after she had four kids. How bad ass? She went and finished her nursing degree and then became a full-time labor and delivery nurse nurse. mazing yeah your parents are cool. And how many siblings do we have through siblings. Laurie was born in sixty nine. Astor ask Carey was born in seventy five funny nice woman and the baby met mailman. Seventy seven king of the family. Yeah all right so give us Just give me give me three highlights from zero aero to eighteen to highlight eighteen hoof riding on the tractor with Grandpa Mike Mike and then later uncle down uncle. Dan can't I farm town and his uncle's owned a giant farm. They're still my two uncles still. Did they find pogs soybean and corn and the head hogs until I was in high school next beautiful memory going to Wrigley field to see cubs games. It was usually once or twice a year and that was just an absolute was better than Christmas. The year revolved around the cubs. Game and this is terrible but there were that beloved and Sidebar. You just giggled exactly exactly like your father which is going to subtract Thirteen hours from the next time. We all have sex true cupola it. Is there anything I can do to gain that time back Yeah definitely we'll see how the podcast hundred percent The third thing thing would be playing lead tenor saxophone in my high school jazz band the several performances love sophomore junior senior year when we got to play in the auditorium or at functions around town and we got to play songs. Things like sweet Georgia. Brown string pearls and in the mood really age was was a very delicious moment for me. Well that's a nice All right I'd like to know who your first girlfriend was like. Who you considered a girl actual you you went? You had more than one make out sash. Let's say more than three. Make out sessions. That would be a girlfriend. I don't I feel like I didn't really do much girlfriend department until high school until Freshman Year High School uh-huh and so Yeah the first woman that I had Yeah a run in with was never really a girlfriend because she was a senior and I was thirteen and turned out. She had a boyfriend the whole time. I am but didn't really pan out sorted Was Pretty Dark. Her Dad was the local. TV v Repairman. Oh you have got I have to really think was a very sweet young lady who when we were freshmen named Michelle and we were both in band and she was really nice since she was a cheerleader and I was an athlete and so we saw it. I don't think it was has no. I'm pretty sure can't yeah. It was a pretty. They're pretty much not a lot of not white people in my high school South Pfeiffer. No it was not Michelle pfeiffer. That was my that was officially my first high school girlfriend and it was pretty unremarkable. Things do not I think we dated for probably two months and then we both decided to go our separate ways. Did you was this relationship consummated tomato. No it was not there was pretty chaste and I think even though you last Shiva genuine you were like four will. That's that was the previous sort of messy. Yeah the TV to payments daughter. Yeah aligning now that he could then come. Fixture television it is. That was a perk. Yeah but I mean the thing was. I was very confused about my burgeoning like AH virulent sexuality like my body was I understand in hindsight the phrase raging hormones like my body was saying start making babies ace APP and we live in a society where that's not ideal and so- socialization solicitation and good manners and decency were combating the hormones. You really went through the change though because when you were a kid you are lanky and then you just turned into this thick slab of beef. Thank you when did the beef transformation happen. It happened in two shifts. The first one was is like about junior year of high school. Something happened where I had been a middling football player on the team so they happened to me where suddenly became the best tackler which which was completely out of left field like because there were like the the gym rat like bad ask guys and they were the but something happened where suddenly I was like. Hey can hit these guys harder than anybody and so they made me the head. Hunter like the the special tackling guy But then the year after high school so eighteen eighteen going on nineteen then a thickening hat. We're suddenly I was like Holy Count Noun terrifying and I'm starting acceder school so I'm like shaving my head into Mr T. haircuts and I really look scary and I love it. Well it's quite a transformation Family album when you see the young offerman compared to the godlike humans lies on this bed ed before me it was just a slip of thing. Yeah very cute. Though I must say very very cute sexy handsome uh-huh Giora ball all those things for that. I'm grateful for your taste so when you're talking about playing football I I just I can't imagine you you've never been in a fight right. Never hit anybody except for me. They took that back. I take it back just kicked kicks. You want some of this as I hold my foot. uh-huh wash yourself but playing football first of all I love it. They call football contact sport like holding hands. I don't think I think contact. Sport is misleading. When you're like ramming into people and causing brain damage I think there should be a different term for it but I I don't I can't even hardly imagine you? I mean I could see you'd be good at it because your athletic but it's hard Hi demands really fun and I mean youth. Is You know it's just like you can also imagine me doing some of the hijinks you're aware of on stage stage combat gymnastic like stunt kind of stuff but uses such an important ingredient in those activities arm and I quickly learned like it was a very small high school and I for a while. I'm sure it no longer holds. But I had the record of the school record for interceptions in a season I was defensive. Back and it was Super Fun But immediately when I got to college I went and looked at a football practice so because I stood out in my high school I was like Oh maybe I can get some scholarship money or something when looked at the University of Illinois. A big ten school and literally just burst into tears ahead when I saw Yeah I I said to the whatever assistant coach like that was a shepherding I said I think I'm I'm an artist I'M GONNA I'm GonNa be a major really now that soon. You were an artist or you gilding. The lily slightly for the purposes says of casting. No because I feel like you didn't really know or did you don't because I here's the thing like you you're Helen Keller analogy is always hits home because it explain what the analogy is real quick. It's like I knew Something in me I knew I wanted to entertain people. I I meant the Helen. Keller part of a good well in in the Movie when Helen Keller who was blind and deaf mute finally makes the connection. She's being in. What was the name of the woman who has China Anyway A Nice lady as train. Judy He Sharon bring bring her out of this prison that she's in because she doesn't know how to communicate with anyone And she pours. There's water on her hand while she's pouring it. She spells out the word water. In sign. Language Onto Helen. Keller's palm and Helen Keller goes water water so she understood. I don't know how she'd know how to pronounce it. But she doesn't in the movie so that's when the The penny drops so so to speak and she figures out how to communicate and break out of her silent Present so my neck broke out of his silent present ahead. The site I the thing was I knew I wanted to entertain people and I and I had an idea that that was somehow acting and some sort of acting capacities and after but but in my community and my entire sphere. The world told me that was not a choice available to me like in high-school when it junior year they had a meeting with the guidance counselor who smoked the PACA date sitting in his office. God rest his soul are John on an ashtray of a man and he would give you this form that had like thirty six choices. That was literally like lawyer. Plumber landscaper a priest. And letting you had to pick you know like what do you gravitate towards a metal and then we can help you figure out a college and I was like I'd I'd None of these are right I love playing the saxophone but I think I really want to be an actor. Some sort and that everyone was like. Oh No. It's as though oh I said. I wanted to be a Leprechaun. They were like no. That's not a real thing you can't get there from here literal. Helen Keller moment than when I was dating a dancer who is a year older and I drove her. To the University of Illinois..

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"nick" Discussed on The Nick Taylor Horror Show

The Nick Taylor Horror Show

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"nick" Discussed on The Nick Taylor Horror Show

"All right great conversation with G. So here are my takeaways. From this conversation with gee-gee Guerrero for aspiring horror. Filmmakers number. One shorts are the shit a lot of filmmakers praise the value of shorts for their priceless educational value G G. Who's done eighteen? Shorts claims that they are the best way to learn the craft of filmmaking. Fast as simple as it may seem each short incrementally. Gets you more familiar with the craft of filmmaking and it does this on a condensed time line. Furthermore shorts are also away for first time directors to purge their mistakes in amateur habits in a low risk environment which is also very important to doing shorts. Also offers you the opportunity to build relationships with the crew that you can move on to bigger projects with number to finish what you start. Gee-gee mentions that the caveat to the importance of shorts the importance of having enough disciplined to finish them frequently filmmakers have multiple projects in varying stages of production but nothing to their name. That is completed. This is not great for your career because people need to see evidence that you can finish something through finishing her eighteen shorts g g learned invaluable lessons about filmmaking while demonstrating her style voice vision and ability to finish what she started. Now she's working with. I'm house number three. Go with your gut. Tv sets are notoriously grueling production experiences because of the breakneck pace and relentless shooting schedules but a lot of producers and directors who've worked on TV sets credit the experience with giving them a fast acting production rhythm which required them to have much more trust in their own intuition since. There's next to no room for second guessing anything on such a short time. Line Jiji's work on the purge. Tv series taught her exactly this and she credits it as a very valuable experience for her as a director's. Thank you guys as always for listening. If you enjoyed this episode would mean the world to me if you share it with your friends family and colleagues on social media. Don't forget to follow the shell on Instagram at. I'm Nick Taylor. Also on twitter at the exact same handle and don't forget to subscribe. Thanks again for listening. The Nick Taylor horror show..

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