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"rutger hauer rutger hauer" Discussed on Chat Sematary
"Hey everyone chat cemetery is back. I'm your host deanna chapman and today i am joined by brazzi hodson to talk about the salem slot remake which is a thing in case. You didn't know but brad before we dive into salem slot. Why don't you just tell the listeners. A little bit about yourself. Well first off. Thanks for having me on today. If there's anything. I like talking about more than the works of stephen king. I can't really think of it at the moment but Yeah i'm the administrator for or writers association and i'm also a novelist and screenwriter mostly horror and obviously as anyone working genre. We'll say stephen king was probably one of my biggest influences so so it's fun to be on here today. Sounds like you might be more qualified for this than i am. Actually i don't know i think you've Like you're having to watch and listen to everything he's done in i do. I do have some gaps by knowledge so to be fair. I'm doing this to myself though. So there is that but how salem slot two thousand four tv miniseries you certainly have people who have been around for time in this. You have people who are definitely huge stars. Like roblo who. I've come to learn is slightly problematic or very problematic depending on how you look at it but that seems to be how hollywood goes these days and unfortunately i do have to watch things with problematic people in them or who have been involved in them for this podcast. If i want to pretty much be a completion. Est which that's what i do but what was it about salems lot that made you want to pick this one to discuss them. Slots my probably my favorite book by king in okay that that's likely because it's one of the first ones i've erratic whichever book hooked you. The first is a lotta times. The one that people put up on a pedestal. but but not really as a fantastic read in revisited. Every few years. And i love the nineteen seventy eight film with david soul. James mason But i feel like that one's been kind of talked to death and there's not really much more than can be said about. It was seventy nine. I believe right. Yes yes seventy nine. That's right and You know fantastic film directed by tobe hooper as far as far as a tv movie. Goes i think it works really well but again there's not really much more could be said about it. That's the one everybody talks about the two thousand and four one though while it did really well when it came out kind of disappeared after that I think there's probably some reasons for it. But i'm sure we'll get into but But yeah so. I thought this would be a kind of a fun. Dive is to get to talk about an adaptation of on slot. That a lot of people don't even know exists. Yeah and i've been coming across things like that throughout this to you. Know there are four different. Carry movies and people are like wait. What are you watching. Are you watching the most recent one i was like no no no there was also a two thousand to one that nobody seems to know about or very few people anyway so i certainly know what you mean when you say some people might not even know that some of these things exist. Unless you're those of us who have done deep dives into stephen king whether or not we finished everything just yet will remain to be seen. But i want to dive into the cast. I touched on it a little here. Mentioning that rob lowe's but you also have donald sutherland. I mean how can you not mention him. He has a very small role in comparison to what i thought he was going to have. Given the fact that he's donald sutherland. You have andre broader sense. Mathis robert mamone rutger. Hauer rutger hauer novels. Sure there james cromwell rutger hauer thank you yes a fantastic cast is really probably probably the best thing it has going forward is. It's cast. i mean like you said donald. Donald sutherland alone brings this just kind of weird. He brings gravitas to the role but then he plays like sucha a lunatic that it. It's so different from anything. You've seen him play before and i wanted more of it because of that it was something we hadn't seen from him necessarily he sort of more serious in a lot of his roles for the most part i would say and you get bits and pieces of his character but you never really get a ton of him at once like you do with rob. Lowe's ben mears who obviously main character. So you're going to see more of him but even with matt burke it felt like there was a lot more of matt burke in this adaptation than the original. Yeah well and especially the original combined so many characters and got rid of so many others. I actually always have to stop and tried to work out in my head. Who was who. When i think of the original. Like for instance. I think ed flanders in the original is playing a combination of susan's dad. And the doctor. I remember correctly but yeah matt mack and a lot more screen time which is good because going back to the novel and think that's one thing they nailed in this matt is basically your van helsing. If this was was dracula. he's and i kind of liked that angle on it that the english teacher becomes van helsing. Because he's the one who is most familiar with all these myths and legends and literature surrounding vampire lore. It's a shame for He's such a great character that he's stuck in a hospital bed while this is going on but that works out pretty. Well i think by the end it does. And i'll let you know this right off the bat here for you the listeners. I wasn't a huge fan of this. And i think my expectations were set so high because of who was in the cast and the fact that i didn't get necessarily everything i was hoping for out of the cast and sometimes the story. It felt like this was disappointing for me. And i don't know if that's because it's always going to be harder with remakes to kind of top that i too i did. It's like i said going back to carry. There are four carey movies but no one will ever be sissy space like in that role again. Why a part of these two. I feel like you know the books for these are so rooted in the seventy s and even though that predated me reading at you're able to kind of transport yourself the time and a lot of that i don't think translates as well to the modern day in so i think those original adaptations may be just play better because of that. I mean once you add say carry You know you had cell phones and social media or in the salem slot just to the simple activating cell phones and the internet for instance like it. It changes it plus. There's you know as much as people wanna wanna say oh You know. I wish stephen king would get out of politics and stick to writing. His works have always been political salem..
Dutch Blade Runner star Rutger Hauer dies at 75
"He made a career out of playing bad guys in the movies Dutch actor Rutger Hauer Rutger Hauer died Rutger Hauer is probably best known for playing a rogue replicant in nineteen eighty two's Blade Runner telling us he was really proud of that role you know I'm really happy the way it turned out in the way people carry me around you know for like a lifetime the Dutch actor's Hollywood movie debut was in nineteen eighty one night hawks playing a terrorist bomber opposite Sylvester Stallone and Billy Dee Williams with over a hundred and seventy credits to his name how're had five projects in the works when he died but how're was seventy
"rutger hauer rutger hauer" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Day what led Google trends through most of the day was a search for a person by the name of Rutger Hauer Rutger Hauer was probably best known for playing a rogue replicant in nineteen eighty two's Blade Runner telling us he was really proud of that role you know I'm really happy the way it turned out in the way people carry me around you know for like a lifetime the Dutch actor's Hollywood movie debut in nineteen eighty one night hawks playing a terrorist bomber opposite Sylvester Stallone and Billy Dee Williams with over a hundred and seventy credits to his name how're had five projects in the works when he died but how're was seventy five Tom but that's what led Google trends so what does that mean that what while all of this was happening everybody's tell me this is the story and you know we talk about it because it's what we do it took forever for it to catch up it's still more testimonies finally number one but before that it was right there how are and national chela day and Ben Irwin apparently got engaged when they are away that is seven those you don't know the crocodile hunters daughter Michael Moore tweeted out a frail old man unable to remember things stumbling refusing to answer basic questions I said it in two thousand seventeen and Mahler confirmed it today all you pundits and moderates and lame dams who told the public to put their faith in the esteemed Robert Muller just STFU from now on trump tweeted out even Michael Moore agrees that the dams and Mahler bluish.