17 Burst results for "Richard Bachman"

"richard bachman" Discussed on Chat Sematary

Chat Sematary

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"richard bachman" Discussed on Chat Sematary

"But I just remember it was like the only. Hardcover. We had so kinda stood out. And it was in my room instead of with the rest of the books, but you know, it was one of those things where I sort of just picked what looked interesting to me. And I did typically go with something shorter. Because when my mom bought the green mile books. She bought them when it was serialized. So she has the six tiny books. So I was like, oh look at all these little tiny books. I can read. Yeah. Well, like, I feel like I feel like nice shifts like the perfect encapsulation of like what what Stephen King is for the most part. Right. Well, you have the ridiculous stuff like the Mangla or you have like the more frightening stories like the boogeyman or graveyard shifts. You know, or like the kind of kind of weird stuff like lawnmower man like appeal. I feel like it's just like an excellent primer. It gives you a wide variety of what kind of stories to expect from him because I know people who have watched some of the movie adaptations, and they've had no clue that it was a Stephen King novel or novella I and I think usually that happens with something like the green mile or Shawshank Redemption, just because they're not horror stories and that sort of what he is largely known for. And it's just one of those things where he knew he was going to be known for horror. But he was still going to write stories that he wanted to write regardless of whether or not people would recognize them as his stories at some point, you know, down the line with all of these add patients and everything and obviously then had the pen name of Richard Bachman too. And he actually wrote rage under that name which technically came out before nightshift by itself. But then it was included in a later collections. So I'm going to be talking about it with that. I know trying to go through this as chronologically as possible as a little difficult depending on which release dates you're going by for certain things. So I'm just like, okay. For all of the short stories. I'm just going by the collection release date because that's going to just make it so much easier on my brain here. And obviously if I had tried to go through all twenty stories nightshift chronologically that would have been a nightmare because their stuff from nineteen sixty nine in here. And then there was unpublished stuff that was. Isn't published until this book was published. So it's like, okay. Then what I do all of those at the same time. I was like I'm just going to do the whole thing at once. And that'll be that an obviously we haven't talked about every single story. But I think we've talked about enough of a variety to give anyone who hasn't read this an idea of what to expect in for anyone who has read it. They probably know why we pick the store his that. We pick their point out. Yeah. Yeah. Definitely. If you're going in this Bain, I think like diners dreamscapes as like an excellent like continuation of this. Right. I think is slightly better. I'm not sure haven't read neighbors dreamscapes. So I have not read it ever. So you would be a better judge of that that I would allot of these things I'm going to be reading and watching for the first time, but I had read enough of Stephen King and watched enough of the adaptations to know that this was something I wanted to dive into anyways, I was like let's make a podcast out of it. 'cause then I will get my buddy gear at actually hit these things done, right? But yeah, he does have a lot of short story collections. You know, this is the first of I wanna say at least ten and for a man who has a lot of books. That's also a lot of short stories and novellas to write down. From the looks of it. It looks like nightmares and dreams gapes is the fifth short-story slash novella collection here. So it'll be a while before I get to that. To say the least. Yeah. Nineteen Ninety-three for nightmares and dreamscapes. We're we're still in the eighties year. So. We're actually on the seventies here. My brain is. Yes, we are in the late seventies. Excuse me. We're not even to the eighties..

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"richard bachman" Discussed on Poop Culture

Poop Culture

04:43 min | 2 years ago

"richard bachman" Discussed on Poop Culture

"A holiday classic also by writer director, John Hughes. This is planes trains and automobiles starring Steve Martin and John candy, Michael McKean. Kevin bacon have cameos in it. And also. Joy Lawrence very young Joey Lawrence in it planes, trains, and automobiles people don't always go to that. I when they think of John Hughes's films, but for my dollar, it's one of the movies. I grew up on seriously one of my all time favorite funny movies. When you look at John candy's performance in that movie. He doesn't all he's hilarious. He makes you hate him. You can't stand his character. And by the end of the movie, you have sympathy for them. So he takes you on a full journey on that movie with lots of laughs packed in planes trains and automobiles November twenty fifth nineteen eighty-seven. I like me my wife likes. Of they gave the the swift kick in the nuts at the end of that. They do when you when you realize is wife is. Yeah. And that wasn't supposed to be the original ending. Thank god. John Hughes change at the original ending was fucking. Del follows him all the way home. So I mean that just what it ruined it. Thank god. John Hughes changed the ending. But cool little tidbit about that that cameo by Kevin bacon in that movie. They actually say that that's the same character from shoes having a baby. And there's actually a c- where you can hear a conversation with Kevin bacon character having on a payphone. That's in. She's having a baby. So it's in the same. He's going to say this evening where you're going to hear someone having a baby right on the street. A little known fact, it's actually the same universe as Friday thirteenth with kiss and the sex scene ties together, she's baby. Crazy. Ralph wants to tell us. You're all gonna die. All right. So the movie that I have was based on a nineteen eighty two scifi novel. That was written by Richard Bachman? Anybody who familiar with Richard Bachman 's work? Yeah. I love taking care of business is he was fuck into overdrive. What he was in. Actually, no, Richard Bachman is the pseudonym for Stephen King actually released four books under the Richard Bachman name. This is one of them. So yes, this is a Stephen King book was made into a movie much like saying with misery, and that movie starred the biggest name as Tom possibly the biggest body at the time it in Hollywood. And that was the movie I'm talking about is the running man, which also starred my favorite game show, host of all time. Richard Dawson, the movie supposed to take place in twenty seventeen which I love I love when old movies or setting a time period that I lived in. And they got the whole dystopia thing wrong. But in an age where like fake news and going viral rector paramount get Get it it wrong. wrong. I didn't say we were going. I said where we on. Out by year. That's all. They get some stuff right though. Because like if you if you watched that movie, you know, like all the stuff, we're Ben Richards, like kills all the people in the crowd. It's all fake kills the people at the airport. It's all fake, but they put the stuff together. And they show it on the news and everyone thinks he's a criminal and they put him in this game show. And it really is kind of close to you know, how modern society is today with all of our social media and everything that's fucking crazy. You don't know what to take, you know, have Newsday's where somebody just bought a fucking Cameron at ship dome as happening. Have all these crazy. Fucking weird stories. Yeah. That's that's the movie I went with. And like Bo said, and it was funny that he mentioned three men in a little eighty three men in a baby actually came out in November nineteen seven as well. That was original. Well, that's what I gotta throw it out both at both took some liberty some gonna take some liberties as well. And that that come out then. But that's what we are. Yeah. No. My thing was going to be you guys. Ole miss the trick of being able to have three men in it'll baby three men lady as the say, it's hard because Mark, and I kind of went back and forth..

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"richard bachman" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast

The Flop House Podcast

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"richard bachman" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast

"Dead gets thinner and thinner or as a mystic from an ethnic tribe in a Richard Bachman based movie might say, thinner, thinner, you can't see the hand motion I'm doing, but I'm making it thinner anyway. So we'd like to get people ready for that time at the end of October, by talking about scary movies because you know who like scary, movies, who everybody. Oh, okay. Correct. What were you saying about services. In may surprise. You know that a woman's body is not just always ready for a baby to just drop right out of that thing. It's got to be over the course of a process called labor. Now, if you look at this chart, you'll see that this part of the body is where the baby is, and this view the ball, the whole draw that whole chart just now. Yeah, I did. I did it very quickly from memory because the experience of watching this happened scars you greatly. I see it even when I close my eyes, much like the scary movies we watch in shock Tober. Now Dan, like ask you a question, we all know Stewart love, scary, movies because they remind him that the only truly scary thing in life is not having lived fully, but Dan, why do you like scary? Movies? Well, I probably actually like them because of my fear of death and by, you know, going through sort of a kabuki of experiencing that fear of death through watching film. I can overcome it in my real life sort of a comer SIS, that becomes therapeutic. Yeah. So if you're Joe cancer, what was your. That was my real answer. I love blood and boobs. Well, that would be my joke answer actually. But also real joke has a little truth in it. You know, chicken really did cross the road is what you're saying. Yeah, one point what is going on up stairs? There's a lot of banging going on in my apartment. I apologize if it's it's like somebody is just playing the chainsaw part from that jackal saw think maybe they have like a a rowing machine or something. I don't know what it is. Well, guys, that's been the flop house. The show where we talk about what's going on above Dan's apartment and try to guess what it is join us next week when Dan, Dan's neighbors are clearly having sex, but Dan is so disgusted by it. He doesn't want to say that's what's happening. And he comes up with a lot of other explanations, a handball court in apartment. Sure. Why not? I mean, I feel like I feel like Dan, like investigating the the, the the dangerous liaisons going up in the apartment above him. Sounds like a pretty good idea for podcasting. Yeah, yeah. You might even call it danjus liaisons. Kinda said that. Okay. So Dan, what movie do we watch as if the audience didn't know? Because we announced at the very beginning of the show, we watch truth or dare aka Lum houses truth or dare pronounce it not blew my house. I don't know somebody call up Judy Blume and find. Duty, what do you call your house. Now called it that I assume because there's like three or four other movies called truth or dare a couple of just came out in the last few years. Brian. When we when we all collectively watched this movie on our own, we had to do a lot of double checking that we were watching the right one..

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"richard bachman" Discussed on Harmontown

Harmontown

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"richard bachman" Discussed on Harmontown

"I need to just be some random person who had zero followers on Monday. Bachman books. Yeah. I'm Richard Bachman being a buck win, but it's but it's, you need to be a buck. Dan? Yes. Again that you you you down and write features that this stuff that you want to do. The thing that's the scary jobs and stuff that it'd be very fulfilling and all this stuff, but I'm talking about like the kind of driftwood part of the stuff that's still part joy and part what I am good at like that, like like I have, I obviously like so focused on Rick and Morty right now and don't want a drop of myself to risk like not going into that barrel. But the truth is that there's a bunch of me that's of no use to Rick and Morty and I would. I would like to think that I'm still capable of like writing of going like, this is the day I had. This is how I feel about the world. This is this is this is what I want to say to anyone who finds this after I'm dead. For me as friendly. I wanna hear most of what's already on your mind cause we hang out, but I like to have it in paper form. I would like to have that me too. I wanna go back to that. That's what I'm saying. I feel like I remember when Twitter came out because I was I was I was Spencer's age when my space happened. And I remember walking with my friend. Stephen who's been on this podcast. He, I remember I remember him as the literally the first person that said the word blog to me, we were walking back from the rustic into my place in Las feel is and he was. He was talking about technology excited. He was and he said, like, people are doing these blogs now, and I'm like, what? What's blog? And he's like, oh, it's just like this crazy thing, cultural revolution where people are keeping these online diaries and they're just sharing whatever. Like it's like, like, there's, there's, there's, there's a guy that is an artist for Disney and he just says, whatever the fuck. He wants to say he works at Disney, but it's like it's hard for us to understand that. But back then it was like it was kind of like a loophole. The internet was like, sort of like in your wildest dreams anyone's ever gonna listen to this because it's still Dan rather thinks that's important and we exited that age. So blindingly fast that we can't even remember that it was like we went to the internet to actually put messages in bottles and we're like, wouldn't it be. Hilarious. If anybody ever found this and like that culture was so interesting. I don't know if we can ever get it back. But I, I remember when Twitter started happening, how unmistakable it was. It was as clear as as as the difference between cocaine, which I have snorted numerous times. Great end talked about improv for six hours with people. The only other people who on coke wanna talk about improv for six hours. And then I remember getting that key bump of crystal, like like like in a bathroom where it was like it was like this burn, and it was like, what the fuck is wrong with your coke and. And that friend going, that wasn't coke. I was like, yeah, it was shiny that was crystal meth ground up, but it was like, good. Why do I want to go home and like like violate my sofa. Like I don't wanna talk to anyone about him, but I want to build a rocket. I don't know what I want. It was just a different thing and it didn't really matter if it was better or worse. It was just the fact that it kind of made the other thing I'm Selena. And. Remember Twitter, it was like it was like, oh, micro blogging. And I was like, I noticed like tweeting and people were making fun of Twitter. They're like, oh, Twitter would say what's going on and then you'd answer, I don't know. And everyone was like tweet. I don't know what the fuck is this? What's this shit. And and then it was like, you just noticed like, oh, I'm not blogging anymore. I, why would I win? There? Was this rush like, who was I kidding about? Why I was blogging? And yet the irony is the, the discipline was more adver walls..

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"richard bachman" Discussed on Good Job, Brain!

Good Job, Brain!

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"richard bachman" Discussed on Good Job, Brain!

"Running man actually i believe that was written by richard bobby based on a novel by stephen king richard bachman he's still exists even yes yes he is he has fully what is legal name steven kane i was just one of his that was okay yeah richard bachman is a fake news that's right james caan is held prisoner by kathy bates the original this film based on a stephen king novel turn misery misery this nineteen ninety four film based on a stephen king novella was nominated for seven academy awards oh everybody redemption all the prison also movie but that wasn't escape though true right no louise the green mile by was like oh yeah shushing shawshank i love it would be it's been the number one movie on i m db's user generated top to fifteen thousand eight dad's but on the number one for a long for ten years now yeah good job guys there were more movies by stephen king and i was like in that writing a hold on that quiz and the knee but i've a fact it's it's not a segment everytime we record i forget that i learned this fact has been like it's like years now finally like oh this kind of fits and i wrote it down a rotor down i was like i'm gonna share this fact so for people who wait how does fat leave your body do you know escape the biologists leave your like when you someone loses you probably know when you lose sixty pounds sixty pounds go oh how does it pass out of your body oh not just like burned as heat as what you're saying yeah yeah i'm not sure i thought it was just they shrink down but yeah that's what i thought too but i guess i was naive they actually asked questions diet coach and stuff people had missed miss truths basically some people say oh converts into muscle cells some people are like oh you poop it out do you breathe it out in fast jury is broken down leaves us carbon dioxide really eighty.

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"richard bachman" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

Comedy Bang Bang

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"richard bachman" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

"Yeah it's a good one kiss me book i have no idea what you're saying kiss got that didn't know a gypsy kisses oh oh a lot like your book this kids yeah gypsy curson that i'd never realized those two books have that in common all big christian coke see put it put a curse on me and i got thinner stephen king put a curse on you is it was thinner like auto biographical yes it was my gosh i wrote it you wrote theater autobiographical wait are you richard bachman christine is also really it's a biography of a car car joe the coup drew cujo tro least when she got rabies britain bus even came he had to change it a little bit what it finally was public because the comeback pretty exciting wow well this you don't call it to come back go to show he is it a question that you had you all down when you were watching whole beat of a movie though it was a bit of dodging this quiz filling the whole fucking being on occasional guy on chiel but you also pushing me talking more percy's don't think of it i'm just he wa aim or i'm sorry i beg your pardon beg your pardon kiwi i mean i know you're just like a casual guy falls in holes it doesn't really mean that much to him you you hung out with merlin and lancelot and gwen aveer did barely anything to say about it other than the table it was fun to beat a freak out and unlock stain crammed in the not to ninety five game where his seeven points with that's he was freaking out because it was low or high very high case to play new zealand's if a head.

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"richard bachman" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

Comedy Bang Bang

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"richard bachman" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

"It's a send up arrive okay of course we're married to other people of course we are who married are you married i'm married to my wife her name is withers withers is their last name your last name as with her so her so she just take your name okay no thirsty yes oh thirsty so she didn't want to be her first name is bursting fishy thought it would be weird so burst e withers is the person whom you're married and of course we got we started did the woman the first date i thought hey watch out he'll be bercy thirsty on never take your name and of course she was getting she was kidding time didn't think we'd really get married but she changed her mind okay catching on all right and are you kidding right now about all this we're serious okay i didn't know if you ever get married and i'm so glad you finally did longtime sir what is your first name you mentioned dirk thirsty jerk thirsty s okay well welcome to the show dirk thirsty seven listening to a bunch of eps to try to catch onto what does you do it's actually ok well it's part of my job it's part of your job and who are you my name is emily grandchildren grandchildren yes and dum are you married i'm married to a man named richard box richard box interesting that's almost like richard bachman the writer of the okay it's him.

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"richard bachman" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"richard bachman" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Then they would have won sneeze in your ghost fsu post on there possibly related to a quiet place jj abrams gonna record saying overload is not a clever field movie now this could be truth or it could simply be the high mclinville paradox wasn't very well received in this quiet place stanley things done really well maybe we should uncouple this overloid isn't a cloverfield john exactly so yeah so apparently it's not but judge as we will now is absolutely honest absolutely never misleads his audiences trying to keep secret so who knows because he's absolutely honest apparently of course it cloverfield paradox wasn't the cloverfield until about five minutes before it came out and apparently so i'm excited about this one the great unmade stephen king stories might actually made it as long walkers which is a richard bachman story which richard backman is the pen name mccain took for awhile in fact still does from time to time and it's a really it's still being tale it's there's a lot of hunger games in there a lot of running man as well it's about a future in which there is a competition called alone walk a group of young guys basically have to keep walking that's it oh yeah that's right but if they stop walking they killed and if they still down beneath a certain pace they killed so it's until until only one person's left really grueling really fantastic and vela by backman slash king i think frank darabont had the rights to it for longtime but couldn't crack the nut but now james vanderbilt who is screen.

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"richard bachman" Discussed on That Awful Sound

That Awful Sound

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"richard bachman" Discussed on That Awful Sound

"Yeah isn't he supposed to be a lawyer like was he supposed to help your housekeeper house entertainment lawyer oh true so he just plays one on tv predation of entertainment that's good that is that is i've all these years i've thought it was somebody who represented actors they don't pass the bar they just know like how to say objection they like do parties and stuff they entertain people by being a lawyer exactly i'm not out of order this whole parties out of order yeah that's it for the music video right it's just like our house i wish it was you know we talked about how this is like the plot up or whatever you know except for the everything else that happened for the house does get destroyed yeah i i wish this were more like the plot to the stephen king slash richard bachman shortstory roadwork which is a short like short story novella i guess it's like a short novel of a man who's like entire neighborhood and city is being bought up by the government and he's being pressured to leave his home and he just he like slowly grows more and more insane and like refusing to leave the house and he's like lying to his wife about having signed the papers to sell the house and he really hasn't and he's having all these internal monologues with himself where he goes out and buys a gun doesn't know why the gun and it just slowly culminates into him.

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"richard bachman" Discussed on We Hate Movies

We Hate Movies

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"richard bachman" Discussed on We Hate Movies

"Okay what the hell just happened over here i think we got heaven's gate stuck i loved the jumpsuit so i think the idea is why why that stephen king's bank account calls him an asshole because like he that's like what he thought every time he took out money for coke you fucking national fucking doing it again you fucking as well you know what this is for your in as hall just smoke weed it's much cheaper but that's what this movie starts with a montage of things going wrong right so it's it's a youtube highlight reel of better movies i mean yeah i would watch killer cocacola cola machine the motion picture there's like a little league coach gets hit in the nuts with a can and then like he gets this big one like right here in the forehead like half its head comes off that's impossible i like killer lawnmower i would like that to be a series of franchise isn't that kind of what lawnmower man starts out as no seen that movie okay so you stephen king doing co oh man lawnmower man he read that yeah of course he do i told you i think he did right i don't know about audience all right yeah there we go so he did richard bachman oh why the fucked in richard bachman do this by the way that's what he uses ellen smith richard you couldn't own smith this because he's in the trailer everybody would ever seen allen.

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"richard bachman" Discussed on Biden's Briefing

Biden's Briefing

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"richard bachman" Discussed on Biden's Briefing

"A screwdriver on her desk for construction projects she told students she taught english there's always talk halfjokingly am less than that lately from people who want teachers armed i have a friend in a position that far outranks my own whose resignation letters ready for the day teachers are allowed to carry guns in the classroom i mean we've all known teachers who had their cell phones stolen by students years earlier i am in the same corner i am more naive the most soul shaking of american massacres still yet to come the corner is a mess of cardboard boxes gathered for class projects and one of them is big enough for several students to crawl inside one girl is crying her friend hugging her as she shakes she's a sensitive girl a religious disagreements between her friends having once brought her to tears how can they be so cruel to each other she asked me after one had said the catholics don't count as christians i frown it's really my fault an offhand comment on how the kids needed to quiet down because i'm not ready to die pushed her too far seriously rolling mortality around in her head she wanted nothing more than to call her family none of them are allowed to touch their phones however and the reasoning makes sense to me the last thing we need is a mob of terrified parents pouring onto campus if someone is looking to pad their body count she has to go to the bathroom and there are no good options i sit with her trying to comfort her wondering what the occasion is is there a shooter maybe a rumor has circulated online possibly there's just a fleeing criminal with a gun at large and heading into our area keeping watch with a room full of potential hostages i wonder if i can risk letting her crawl through the inner building corridors until she reaches the teachers bathroom we wait together it seemed difference when i was the teen in those brighter pre columbine times the idea of a school shooting was unreal to me just the plot of that one richard bachman book the never seem to.

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"richard bachman" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"richard bachman" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

"Uh the old one now i read the book the all was awful with in john thomas from fuck your no one's stephen king all these great the shining caroline adds that illicit he's on a limit i maybe i'm not the horror fan of fuck in the running man was stephen king ought dr shangahi i'm when that that was with our audience what's the data the rhody rams though shawshank or daddy daddy the run a man would otherwise josh anc redemption running man wait these are the game show would richard those stephen king this he made that almost all of the movie he wrote it he did and it was almost movie or with the he really yes he wrote it a shortstory stephen king was so successful he wrote in a closet bloc box oh he wrote is richard bachman to see if they would sell he did four short stories the long walk rage uh the running man and so the inner those are all seventy soccer still still stephen king story which was great the running man was a stephen king story which was great trucks became maximum overdrive with amelio estevez stephen king story it carried the shining fucking shawshank redemption at all misery shushing you lead only to shining the shiny yelm misery was good he thought a lot of stuff ma'am leaving things a genius i as i like the missed was at the myths that stephen king here but then i did a tv show that to recently as i think they did that took off but the movie was good in the ending they really funky i'll tell you a stephen king screws up with what he gets involved with the movie he fucking ruins it well and he just i don't know because he's to married to what he thinks it should be he wrote what was the fucking long onto at the end of the world which was good the adventures of short a garden no i did not see that wade no it was live come on and it was a 1100 pages i don't know man whose their complete look it up.

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"richard bachman" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"richard bachman" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"So he sent me the book and uh i read it and i said holy shit you know they're instant story if there is a movie to care um so i bought the book from them for fifteen thousand dollars and i don't think it was two or three weeks lindor there was an article top inch the stephen king wrote leaning new wounds novels under the name of richard bachman when he which in college and one of them then they listed at one of them this of running so he acid that's that's that's the book which you buck when the running manage out of being stephen king so basically a border stephen king book truth 15th helps the sh the running around which is full of these kind of crazy fucking stories you know just talking about s cracking his you know uh you know arnall had an entourage one of which woods for a couple of big guard flick ralph mueller and send old thorson and he'd we got you know armed this big bump out trailer was kinda party central between takes and lighting set up mr and you know he and i were hanging out and and woods them and uh and lindner was always hanging around right and he he was a producer on the movie when she have the book and uh one arnold was merciless on i mean he he he reaches here here because th th the kind of god's fool.

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"richard bachman" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"richard bachman" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"Um in about by tv nine and the 1980s seven by produce the running now i auction the book called the running member richard monday was a little obscure book they only for the about one hundred thousand paper bucks and um i enquired uh you know i looked up the publisher and everything we got the bubble of film rights to the running malaise but up the uh the concept uh the promise of the running now were there's a game show and contestants are running for their lives i thought that promise was fantastic at the time and i thought it could work so i popular in the book for the film rights so then covered a couple of other guys that i knew in latin remains like we basically kohl wrote the screenplay based on the book we done uh i've been set up the film project uh with a company called tough for that had a distribution deal with uh tristar uh which was a diversion of columbia studios at the time um anyway sony's of that space now so um also uh richer bachman who wrote the running now i'm six months later or maybe four months later a found out through my attorney richard bachman actually wrote the book uh under suited them and it was the book was actually written by stephen king at the time in our option to none backed i argued with the agent in you work advice of you know what you want so much money for a book that slow obscure only one hundred thousand narrow paperback primitive were front and uh nobody ever richer months so he didn't really allows former read that they did not disclose the richer bought one was steven k so when i found out there was stephen king we're got out.

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"richard bachman" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"richard bachman" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"An i don't remember had read the bachman books at that point or not i was a pretty big arnold schwarzenegger fan at this point a really love things i love things that people didn't tend to love i loved him in a while commando which everybody loves but raw deal for some reason i really like raw deal here are a good and i really liked the running man and now going back to it i can see where it might not be one of the major schwarzenegger's it's it's not necessarily command notes that necessarily predator it's not the terminator but it almost feels like a deconstruction overnight schwarzenegger movie because the one liners in this movie are amazing and that they play with his persona and richard dawson persona fantastic i really have a a lot of fun with this movie in getting a see jafa kodro in spandex that's a major plus all the time the bachman book that this was based on the running man and yes richard bachman stephen king same person though they right while they rate similarly but it seemed like it used to be bachman was more sifi in them king was more horror and this wonderfully fell into the sifi and with this one stephen king is very well read and i'm sure that he was a fan of rigid strictly because this movie the story everything is very very richer check late enough people are familiar with him he rode things like the seventh victim which was the tenth victim the movie he wrote immortality inc which ended up being free jack which we talked about on the show long time ago and he has this real pen shown four most dangerous game scenarios like if you go out and you look at his short story in his novel his bibliography you're going gonna see a lot of things were just like.

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"richard bachman" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"richard bachman" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"Pretty well what we're going to be talking about now i'm gonna give you my usual warning about spoilers along with the running men will also be discussing a few other man hunting movies including the millions game the price of peril ak the price danger and maybe a few others long the way so if you don't want anything ruined a turn off the podcasts and comeback when you're ready we will still be here aaron win was the first time you saw the running man and what did you think i still remains fourteen year old kid i was a big arnold schwarzenegger fan you know as people were in the 80s and i was also stephen king fan and i apologize i think i just learned like i had just learned that richard bachman was also stephen king i was really excited to see it i was actually extremely disappointed when i saw the movie because if you read the book it's not the book at all that i did read the bucks i was i was actually little disappointed but in terms of an army movie it was fun how 'bout you andrew are sore tie when it was released in 1997 it was good i thought it was at the tightening aspires i probably dismissed it back danas another omni movie another schwarzenegger movie it's actually it's it's strying demo or show we'll get onto this shrines we're watching it is actually much better already of walls would i also much much more positive about it or rewards than on deed went on first source i also saw this one patrick lay which is weird will usually do not have three people that saw the movie original in its theatrical run so this is pretty neat i saw when i was may be fifteen years old.

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"richard bachman" Discussed on The Weekly Planet

The Weekly Planet

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"richard bachman" Discussed on The Weekly Planet

"Yeah it's the i don't understand why people are being like this isn't a skirt were brisker is the original this the regional one is scary few washed it when it came out at europe fouryearold yang youths i didn't watch of the time so when i say it now it just looks ridiculous i feel the sign about the original ex assist russia i saw that as an adult and it's very funny not scary analyze i my mates that jr i show his dad's a builder is like it old school i could tell the story but again a lot better real quick adults go i can tell you the odds gunbattle is a is a great blight but after we saw that movie he wouldn't go into in a crawlspace in a roof for like five years yes and you'll law forget it like that would have very negatively impacted his his life's work his life yeah exactly well imagine what he's life would be like if he wasn't scared by that who knows what else we got you it will remain in the running man anything that's the next month because that's that's some a statement that richard bachman as it stephen king is which alrayah and that's i think the running man is set now right like i said 2017 tony nicole the tv show or the book i think is at in 2017 i can't while what an era um the movie sit in 2019 kavalla well that's it that that's going to appear in some a lot of mames yes and in that's going to build up some steam and then people are going to be like wait wait donuts debate will remember that movie fondly the running man of senate once and i'm like no this sank right is it on oded spandex i utterly senator wants i think we probably plied it and when it's never those that europe when we watch the literally anything i that idea that we had time and no lives the books quite a guy cuts less it's less cartoon he's super villain and more just a just a just a down on his luck do displine about the world a very good spreading spreading excellent do you think this is very good james cameron is looking to reinvent the terminator franchise with the new trilogy the.

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