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"ramsay hunt" Discussed on Movie Crush

Movie Crush

11:11 min | 1 year ago

"ramsay hunt" Discussed on Movie Crush

"Here's the deal you don't even have to have an Air Fryer to enjoy Tyson air fried chicken just pop it out of the freezer into the oven and dig in Tyson Air Fried Chicken has seventy five percents Fried Chicken Welcome to movie crush a production of iheartradio yeah hey everybody welcome to movie crush slasher Movie Round bowl part one although where it is square table to my left is any race any all I'm good I'm so excited to be talking about that assures so if you guys don't know any as any as the CO host of saver one of our great I mean it's a food podcast but it's food plus food yeah I like that food plus it makes me feel like I'm on Disney plus level it's food and travel and drink and yeah we're really fortunate that we get to go places like Hawaii now so jealous with your co host Lauren Vogel bomb and also co host of stuff mom never told you are you co hosting anything else or is that it as far as I know that is it while I'm glad to have you here I'm glad to have a a woman's point of view on slasher movies because you know we'll talk about inherent problematic qualities slasher movies later on so just put a pin in that for now We have Joe McCormick to my right Hello Joe Hey doing great you may remember Joe from last year's horror special along with Robert Your Co host on invention and stuff to blow your mind that's right you guys are in your let like probably eighth or Ninth Year Oh God I don't even know well inventions in its first year your mind has been around since I think like two thousand ten or two thousand nine hundred five I've only been on the show since twenty fifteen is that right really trying to remember always the Co host another something case though but yeah we're we're cranking it over there we're doing halloween stuff all month as we usually do and we introduce that as a new tradition invention as well so we've been talking about casket and often technology all throughout the month is mostly inventions to prevent people from being removed from caskets when they wanted to stay in order to allow people to escape caskets when they wanted to get out yeah we did a episode in grave robbing a few years ago and there was a lot of technology to keep people out of graves yeah and technology do did you get to the one where there was a literal gun that would blast you in the face Oh yeah we talked to all about that turrets and yeah coffin torpedo that you could vary side the coffin of the man there's a story about some grave robbers in Ohio the great names but I forgot what they were but they were digging up a coffin and they got the like blown off what you get and in front of me at the square table across Romy everyone making his movie crush debut on Mike is producer Ramsay Hunt thank you for having me how you doing Ramsey doing well doing well I've been I've been watching a lot of slasher movies over the past couple of days a little bit on edge so I should set this up a little bit and say well first of all let me say my piece and then I want to ask everyone on a scale of one to ten your interest slash fandom level is for slasher movies in particular but I'll start by saying that I'm getting into all this very late in life life I was a kid growing up as I've never stopped talking about on on my various shows and it wasn't like I thought God would punish me but it just wasn't in my sphere that much like the people hung out with these youth group kids didn't you know we were watching big and Turner and hooch ah yes we were watching only Tom Hanks now they think about herbs yeah the burbs what Else Bachelor Party of that was going to dirty but we just weren't I just wasn't in this world that much so I mean I watched Halloween and like nightmare on Elm Street and some of the hugest tent poles but I'm getting into this stuff later in life and it's an interesting thing to do in your late forties and I was talking to Josh about this yesterday and how and we'll get the Texas chainsaw massacre at some point but just the first time very much disturbing Joshua's like you know you missed your window like you're supposed to watch these when you're young and you feel like you're gonna live forever yeah and how Right that's the difference like forty eight I'm GonNa die in the next thirty years guys I don't want to bring us down it was so movies like this take on a different tone for me now but let's start with humanity what's your one to ten on slasher mix maybe six or seven okay huge horror Scher slasher and specific is I like them but they do often make me uncomfortable on somebody I'm really nerdy and I'd like to pick apart troves and you're telling me about what society the really afraid of right so I'm not super fun to watch movies but but when I was young when I was like nine do you guys remember media play that's like do you want to thirty five dollar DVD it was this big media store and I grew up in a really tiny town so we didn't have any tape drive like an hour to get to anything town Delano big now I was there it was like five thousand it was really small post gold rush pre gold restored yeah exactly so we would go to media play once a month on Fridays and when I was nine tried to I was kind of rebellious in my media because my parents were very strict about know PG thirteen right so I bought urban legends scream psycho oh sleepy hollow and they're already Dr and I was nine and they didn't check my you really sit in a message to the folks and then hello I kept scream oh she thought she was like no no you're only keeping sleepy hollow because I've heard of that she let me choose the wind and I kept screaming I feel like that sort of change the course of my movie slasher life forever because nine years old scream yeah right sooner what were you doing or more importantly what is he doing what's he up to that guy he's a ninety minute acting lesson Yeah Yeah but it was scary when I was young now I'm sure Yeah Ramsey what about you where do you fall on the scale if you ask the nine nine years old for me that's when I watched my first slasher flicks and what is wrong with you people was spending the night at a Buddy's house and Pensacola Florida and nightmare on st part one and two came on HBO and I watched both of them with my buddy and his dad and we did not sleep a wink that night and then so my nine year old age was probably around the seven or eight okay because that started it I was like fascinated with slasher flicks after that but now I think I mentioned to you briefly was like I have it child now and so that kind of changes your perspective on things and like I do watch gory movies from now time now again but not as much as I used How now forty one see I had no idea yeah I've always wondered Ramsey's either twenty eight or forty seven thanks man appreciate it no so like nowadays I don't watch but every Halloween I try to make a point to watch classics like we'll talk about like Texas chainsaw massacre and nightmare elm street and all that stuff but yeah that was the crowning moment for me and after that I was fixed on Slasher flicks but now not so much all right joe go ahead and explode the scale or you at twelve oh no I don't know I mean I yeah I guess I'm like you I was a church give or didn't like grow up on this but I did get access to them through you know through right through black magic ATV when I was a kid. USA would run Friday the thirteenth movie marathon think and they'd show a bunch of them on TV later right and I remembered that being a very early window where I I remember at the time being afraid of them which is hilarious now because they're not scary to watch but the a at the time they were afraid but they were also very enticing there was something about them that was like of course there's the forbidden fruit coming but there's there was also like I need to see what happens next there is like some kind of crucial part of adult life that I was missing out on if I did not continue watching to see what older kids I knew being into slasher movies when I was like in our fifth or sixth grade or something yeah and watching horror movies with them watching Freddie eighteenth movies on TV with them and Yeah as as I went on in high school I got really into just both horror movies genuinely and bad movies in general and of course almost every slasher movie is horrible you know you can list the good slasher movies on one hand right and so they brought yeah all right well I think you're qualified yes you're hired you can stay no by the way everyone is in New York City hanging out with quest loves you think we can all say fuck no.

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"ramsay hunt" Discussed on Movie Crush

Movie Crush

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"ramsay hunt" Discussed on Movie Crush

"Yeah. But yeah. The it's transformation scene is completely unforgettable. Okay. Yeah. Best editing in the movie down, probably, okay. In movie in any movie? Oh, best editing and any movie me. Oh, that's why I thought it was the teen will transformation scene best editing, and any movie the best edited film, like what your favorite editing in any movie ever. Gosh is such a tough one, man. I haven't even thought about it. I remember going to ask myself to quest. You know, I would at first I think is probably. This is not the answer. But fight club was edited. Very well. Yeah. That movie is really brought a new kind of cinematic quality to film, make yet assured it the way it was edited affected. You greatly not just like the CGI elements or whatever. But just like the pacing of it was really something. I also think this, but I was really struck by Roma's editing because there was just so many so fewer cuts then I'm used to what's going on nowadays and these long long long shots. So I guess their lack of editing was very impressive to me. Yeah. No, great movie. I don't know how he pulls off some of the shots. Amazing. Like not for one moment. Did I feel like I was watching a movie backlash for sure? Like there was someone off camera with like Spitzer bottle for the actors or. Yeah, just seem so real. I couldn't believe it. And then finally moving. One what you're theater rituals? When you go to the movies where he sit you concessions. You know, I I like the first half of a diet coke I like the first half diet soda. And then you know, it depends on how to Morphing I am at the moment. Yeah. I'll probably I almost never mess with candy never candy popcorn. Probably every other time. I buy my own food. Sometimes go in with that that was my family's to bring in like soda cans to movies and pretend to sneeze in open them while you were a two. Yeah. Yeah. And what is it? I sit try to sit in the middle. But you know, I I I'm not good at making it on time. That is always the thing. I'm always rushing into the theater. Gotcha. All right. Good stuff in. Yeah. Good things, Jack. Yeah. Thanks a lot. Yeah. Charles. All right, everybody. Hope you enjoyed that. Mr. Benson Claire of HBO's, high maintenance talking about teen wolf is everything I thought it would be a wish we had more time. That's the one thing about these is when it's a PR setup. It's usually like in and out in an hour. He had to go to Coenen. So I I get it. But I could have talked for an hour just about high maintenance in that process. Such a good show, everyone if you're not watching that you're missing out, really really wonderful stuff. So hope you dug it and until next time, maybe try and be more. Like, the guy be nice don't judge people. Crush is produced engineered edited and soundtrack by no Brown in Ramsay hunt at how stuff works studios Pont city market, Atlanta, Georgia. My name is Danny Shapiro. The host family secrets three years ago. I took a DNA test and this test meant to be a fun exploration of my family history turned up a massive family secret..

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"ramsay hunt" Discussed on Movie Crush

Movie Crush

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"ramsay hunt" Discussed on Movie Crush

"I love like. PB bridge. Hers a singer PB brighter. Yeah. You would like that too. And I don't know I need to you know. It's hard for me because I feel like I know so many people and like. So that's why like the Oprah thing is like totally aspirated all because I've never met her or. I'd be very curious like Patti LaBelle to me was a total surprise. I mean, obviously, she's a legend. And I guess I would want someone else like that like a legend like Barbra, Streisand would be incredible somebody who it would just be fascinating to sit with and chaffeur twenty minutes for beds should be great. Babs would great. Patti LaBelle was amazing. She gave me her home phone number after she like love to me. You really loved me. Like, I feel like she could be my grandma. I'm I'm not not kidding kidding. sweet. I know and she really I'm going to go to home springs for her show next month. And she really wants me to drive her to the show. Really? She's she was like not it was not a bit. Like, she really really wants me to drive her to the show. I sure going to film it. Yeah. Anyone else that we may be out of time? But we may have time for one more anyone. Oh goodwin. Wow. Well, used to be like I loved singles back in the day. And I loved the Romeo and Juliet soundtrack, of course, singles would a movie single. So good has not yet really could talk my head off about that one. That's good. When I love single. This was hard. You like when I got the Email like just pick your favorite movie, I was like. It's not fair. It's not a fair question is into these are so many great fucking movies. But I do need to commit to seeing movies. Maybe I well, we just it's too hard. I don't know how to do it anymore. Also going to the movie theaters kind of stress me out now because I'm very anxious person. Right. You could bother to imagine not LA. No one gives a fuck. They all think they're famous. Nobody's more like like, I have like like, I have like a mass shooting fears like I'm like, a like, I I get like, very uncomfortable and malls than Gotcha. Whatever dude. It's the time. We're living in no one's making any changes. So I guess I don't see movies. Yeah. I think it's a perfect way to end every. Give it up. You're busy Phillips. Great. Thanks for coming. Everybody. All right, everyone. I hope you enjoyed that. Those live shows are always fun had a good time talking with busy and get to know her a little bit. And it was it was a great pleasure. Many thanks to her for coming on follow her Instagram and her Twitter just look up at busy Phillips. That's one L and two piece interestingly, and if you haven't seen freaks and geeks at this point, everyone just go watch that it's eighteen episodes. I think there's just some of the best TV ever made as well as her work on cougar town checkout. Her new talk show busy tonight on the network and get a book, she wrote a memoir that's gotten great reviews for her bravery honesty and talking about her life and career it's called this will only heard a little, and I'm going to read it to actually it sounds great. So big thanks to busy and big thanks to you for listening until next time. Once you come out next year and see me live in San Francisco because it'll be happening all over again. Movie crush is produced engineered edited and soundtrack by no Brown in Ramsay hunt at how stuff works studios punt city market it landed orga. You know, people say necessity is the mother of invention. But that's not always true. Sometimes the mother of invention is advertising. Yeah. Or pure accident. How about ego maniacal delusion? Absolutely. Or just a desperate longing. To be cool. I'm Robert lamb, and I'm Joe McCormick. We're the host of the science podcasts stuff to blow your mind. And now we're branching off into the exploration of invention. Invention is the story of human history told one piece of technology at a time the things we made and how they made us invention publishes every Monday, listen and subscribe to invention on apple podcasts the iheartradio app or wherever you find your podcasts.

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"ramsay hunt" Discussed on Movie Crush

Movie Crush

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"ramsay hunt" Discussed on Movie Crush

"And before we throw to whatever going credits, either version of this is going to have, we're putting this episode and both the movie crush feed and in the friendly fire feed. So if you enjoyed this in your movie, gresh fan, come check out, friendly fire, -joyed this year, friendly fire fan. Please go check out movie crush. Jack. This was super fun to do. Yes. Thanks a lot of times. All right. Everybody about that kind of want to just be on the friendly fire podcast. I wanna to be the fourth guy. I don't know if there's room though already already pressed for getting words in edgewise, his, they're all smart and insightful and funny, and always have great things to say about the movies, a they dissect. So that was platoon one of my favorite flicks. It was great watching that movie gin at been many, many years and learned a lot about it through my conversations with not only them. But if heard recent podcast with Matt Gowrali and Paul Scheer we also dabbled input tune. So it's been getting a lot of love here lately. Great movie, and I hope you enjoyed the show. Definitely. Please try and go out and support the friendly fire show. They've been going at it for a little while now and have a nice stock of really good war movie podcasts. So check it out on the maximum network. And I thank you for your support. And in the meantime, why don't you. Go hang out in the bunker with the heads because that's where the party's at. Crush is produced engineered edited and soundtrack by no Brown in Ramsay hunt at how stuff works studios, punt city market. It landed Georgia. I'm Andy beckerman and I'm Naomi paragon. And we want to tell you about couples therapy. A new podcast, we're hosting on the house stuff works network. So we are real life couple comedians. And on our podcast, we have stand ups, do sets together about their own relationships. Yeah, we've got friends lovers. X.'s siblings, hey, even parents and children performing live, and then we share with you what we also do. In-studio deep dies with guests and give you the listener, a glimpse into Naomi and my own surprisingly functional relationship. Okay. Why are you so surprised? I think everyone surprised guys. You can find couples therapy on apple podcasts or ever. You get your favorite shows an FYI folks hands on your kid's ears because there is some explicit Konta. Swears swears aware.

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