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Hour 2: Brian Windhorst On NBA Restart

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

33:42 min | 10 months ago

Hour 2: Brian Windhorst On NBA Restart

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A roaring argument on Monday I think because he has pin was doing a bit of a victory lap on obtaining the health pro protocol handbook and we were saying there wasn't any obtaining that somebody digging were partners and someone just put it on someone else's desk, so the first question to you is. Did we indeed obtain the health protocol handbook, or was it just handed to us so that we can have a day of content? I got an email to me. That's all I. That's all I can vouch for I. Don't know if it was, said the ascetic, there however wasn't also in pdf form which a little bit annoying I'd rather have. Did you request, did you? Did you do anything to obtain it other than having email address? no, but I will say that I I got it from an NBA team I did not get it from our internal. I'm not saying are entering. People didn't have I'm just saying I had to acquire Vietnam NBA. More importantly US Zach, Lowe and Whoa we're not scaling walls with masks on. What happened in horse because we got into a conversation yesterday, they said that I like to make fun of the way people look at all I just said is objectively Brian, windhorst repelling up a wall to obtain a handbook is funnier than Zach Lowe doing. I don't think I could repel up a stump I couldn't repel I at the bottom at them. Throw it out. Just drop it. And What was the most inter- or some of the most interesting things that you saw in their the things that you found funny? And why isn't this whole thing going to be a disaster? You know it's probably one of the most. Preposterous undertakings. I've ever seen I can't speak to what it like. The bill the Panama Canal or you know to construct the sewer system of new. York City like I I, talking about on that level, but the level of detail in this sacrament I'll bet it's probably one of the most complicated things the NBA. And the seventy four year history of the League or seventy, three or whatever it is the amount of doctors lawyers. Epidemiologists television executives union members players. League executives. I, you know you could go on and on food service. Workers Hotel Workers Disney executives that then had to be consulted to put this together. It is just incredibly complicated and I. Have No idea whether it's GonNa work. There's so many things threatening. Including every single day when I see the corona virus numbers coming out of Orange County Florida, which is the most worrisome thing at all to me about this whole thing, there's six different phases lifted this thing including sub phases. There's face for a and phase four be, and then when you get to Orlando, there's six different. Here's he I E R s tears of people who can move within and out of the building my God is it complicated I really WanNa see basketball, but I really respect just what kind of work went into even putting this together well? How alarmed are you by the numbers coming out of the Orlando? Orlando Airport and I suspect these private jets will just land somewhere near Cinderella's castle. But how how worried are you that two hundred sixty out of the we should. We should clarify Rhonda Santa's misspoke. wasn't that that was actually the total number. It wasn't misinformation. The governor just misspoke so. It's not the Orlando. Airport came out and clarified said thank you. How bad are the numbers? Though do we know what the clearly wasn't nearly as bad? That was the total testing. Overall group made it seem like one testing phase to another more than half of the people that got tested had it, and that's not the case, Ohka. Issue is this. Is that while there's going to be people who are going to be not leaving the campus that is world. Many people are going to be off the site living there whether it's in hotels in their homes and coming in, and you've got incredibly raising rates of infection in in the community, and those people are coming in. It's going to increase the chances of the bubble being infected. It's just is I. Don't have to have You know four doctors this to know that that's common sense. The people that do have doctorates I. I had I'd wonderful doctor from Princeton. Explain this to me and she couldn't put it better. It's possible to get everybody into the bubble. virus free and they're going to start that process right now by texting everybody, but once you get into the bubble virus free living like a monk. Is What it's GonNa. Take to keep virus free, and that to me is going to be such a challenge to people because it's not calling them debaucherous. It's just calling them human. You're asking them essentially not to be human to keep us alive I hope that it works I can see a framework which will work, but my gosh is going to be hard right if it doesn't happen, the main reason will be what. The virus I understand that there is cultural real cultural things real political things in real economic things that are challenges to this and I, think all of them should be respected, and the League has to pay attention to all of them. Let's Kyrie Irving is bringing up is important and honorable, but we have to remember that the challenge to the the reason all this is happening is the virus. And I it's almost become a little bit Audi fashion right now to talk about the virus I've never lost sight of it. It's why I've been skeptical disc ever happen. I'm hopeful but I! I'm. I recognised just a real challenge that this is really going to be. What are the worst case scenarios for the League? The worst case scenario. Is that. One of their star players get sick. and Because the star, players are held up as the role models for the people within the League. That the players decide they don't WanNa play because this system is designed on something very the reason that I was I was very pessimistic. This would happen in April the reason that it's happening is because the NBA accepted a basic premise that is that if a player gets sick, the League is not have to shutdown I'm like really go there, they they are saying that player gets sick with the league will go on, and they'll go along because of robust testing and other measures, but if you are playing, let's say in the second round of the playoffs. You're playing for the Utah Jazz against the Los Angeles Lakers and you find out that Anthony. Davis has come down with the virus. And they can say okay. We're going to the isolation measures against the Davis is been putting protocol. He's GonNa. Get Rate Treatment. He's GonNa get. you know he's GonNa be isolated. You're not going to be near him and my member of the Utah Jazz showing up the play games the next game. That's the question if the answer is no. then. This is not gonNA. Work because I do believe that players are going to test positive. Brian. Do you agree with me if the rest of the Lakers do not, WanNa. Play their concern. They don't want to go to the bubble. Do you agree with me that the Bron-? This point would show up to that bubble by himself. He's a funny question. The through I get it. But you know in in consultation that I've had with players which has been limited I I'm not. I'm not five more players right now, but agents who I am talking to a lot of I, think the most of the players want to play. I don't I i. mean and and I think that Lebron definitely is motivated to play but I don't think it's a hard sell to most of his peers I think most of his peers feel that way Obviously it is a funny consequence to think about that, but I would say and I say this joking, but I'm almost being serious. They ought to put Lebron Pope Mobile. Brian has got to be healthy. Thousand different reason. To for the health of the whole league with Ron get sick. It would be a setback. For everything and I and I know that that sounds ridiculous, but it's true the meet the there needs to be a separate hundred page protocol for Lebron and also some guys like. Jahn. It's Lebron especially. Put on the should there be special one hundred page protocol for just Lebron and also should Lebron be traveling around the bubble. Pope Mobile. I to talk show amazing wanted. The whole thing is unbelievably ridiculous. It's not a joke doing at Disneyworld. It is staggering. It is breathtaking. We get to the important question though Windhorst Bomani. Jones and Mina Kimes were disgusted by eighty percent of our audience, which voted that it is okay to pee in the shower. Eighty percent of the audience is it Brian Windhorst Okay to pee in the shower, yes or no. I, think you reach a certain age where you do not do that anymore Not Saying that you should that you're going to be able to talk your eight year old into not doing it, but I think you reach a certain age where you say. Let's not do this. I'm an adult. Let's let's use the facilities I I. I I know that now that I am a swimming pool owner. I feel different about using the pool as a bathroom as I did when I was twelve, so I think you reach a certain age where you should graduate from that from that practice. Dan You lead the jury. They're giving him the numbers. You gotTA. Just ask them the question without telling them what Bomani said without giving them the numbers. Okay. I've lived here for the age by the. I'll do better. I'll do better. You're in. You're in the borderlines. Thank you never wind horse. We appreciate it here on the show. We have shower, peers, pool, peers, and a rogue Jacuzzi beer as well. 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Wireless I suppose given what happening in this country through gods and given how transparent? It has played out that we are making some decisions on behalf of our economy, no matter the payroll. To human life where making those decisions where an unprecedented time or what feels, it's not without precedent, but it feels like it's without precedent. There's a lot of confusion. The stock market seems like okay, even though why because nobody is making any money and everybody is telling us that the economy is collapsing, and in the middle of this basketball is absolutely making what is obviously a decision for money. Yes, just flatly understand that for all its partners and everyone involved this decision to do this absurd thing that is going to be hard to pull off. I'm telling you in the history doing this show I have. Hardly ever walked in and STU. Gotz is giggling by himself over his sandwich and he was giggling by himself still about the pope mobile for Lebron James like an entire time doing the show God's. He's never often another room having lunch, laughing at at what was just said, and then he concocted a scenario where Y- honest, jealous, because Lebron got the only pope mobile as belly laughter I. Mean You have to have the? The visual of the Pope Mobile, especially because there's two different laws, there's an uncovered the covered. WHAT OBVIOUSLY BRIAN GOVERNED? One Robert One is basically just a hermetically sealed to allows his holiness in this case Lebron James to remain whole it. There's one seat in there and so I just the visual of Lebron driving around. We're lead now in the Pope Mobile Driving Pez Janas it. The CUCO or James Hardie Yawn is screaming. Hey I got twenty years left. You Got Twenty Months Lau i. want you to understand something here as we sit here and try to measure the risk on human health. Put a dollar sign on it. Many people. The Alvin Gentry's of the World Mike Dantonio, Pat Riley. Because, they're older. They don't want to be discriminated against, but you can't have them in this bubble. No, you can't. You can't have old people in this bubble. They're going to try and put some of these old people in the bubble, but I don't know where the cutoff on the age should be the worst case scenario is. For this league. That they start playing games and someone. Somewhere Maybe not a player. Someone dies because we decided to play basketball. because. happened and then I feel like basketball will feel that this has succeeded if they can simply get in an out of their, take the money and not have death on their hands of any sort like not not a relative, not anybody right. But aren't all sports I mean the ones that haven't started yet. The ones that are picking up where they left off hockey the NBA it's all i. mean all these decisions are being made because of money? We all probably know we should be doing this. One of the out you just came out and said we shouldn't be playing football this fall. K., but not exactly what he said, he said that we shouldn't be playing football if they're not in a bubble above at the NBA is attempting and the NBA. Walk back some of their. What had been leaked out about the older coaches because at first I was discussion are these older coach is going to be allowed to be there. That's obviously they're going to be allowed to be there. The coaches are now worried we. We don't know how long this is going to go. This is going to impact your hiring practices because you might be worried about my health. If we continue under this pandemic, there's also this enormous amount of pressure on college football to get season in because those football programs finance the rest of the athletic programs. I, it's IT'S I. I'm not certain. It's fair. I'm not certain we should do. No, it's not fair. It's you know it's not fair. Why did you fence it on that one like you know the idea? Dr I don't know often. None of none of us do it should be. It should be no. That's unfair. As unpaid college, athletes shouldn't be taking risk on because ESPN needs to make money, or because you know the SEC needs to make money like that. We all know that's interesting. It's a dirty transaction. Sure, and it's not just those entities. Entire economies are built on football programs. Programs what happens to Tuscaloosa if there isn't a football season, all those questions have to be asked now. You can't hold up examples of while they're doing this and other countries, and it seems to be going well so far. There's loads of testing, but also showing bubbles in other countries that the players not not fully certainly not the way that we're discussing in the NBA, but you're. You're also talking about countries in which the pandemic isn't affecting them as badly as it is in the United States. We haven't even we seem to be in a plateau. This is not the end of phase one as he spoke to asked on the Dan lebatardshow appear via the Shell Pennzoil performance line. Here's your sportscenter update charges coach. Anthony Lanes as Colin Kaepernick was added to their. Their list of players to work out in preparation for the upcoming season. The Pistons are finalizing a deal with troy weaver to make him the franchise's new general manager Weaver, as been the VP of basketball operations with the thunder and finally segue inventor Dean came in is preparing to mass produce human organs for patients who need transplants once the FDA approves lab grown organs for medical use. For all the latest headlines and information tune into the sportscenter on ESPN radio all throughout the day. You mentioned foul cheer as I like to pronounce. It followed she. Billy I know I know that you had some thoughts on foued she as we, as we get closer and closer to it, becoming real that sports is indeed going to get into the breach here and make decisions for money that risk human health, and what did I hear, you say what's the Endgame Will you questioning e billing? I'm just yeah. I mean. I wouldn't say questioning I'm just you know again seems all over the place at nowhere at the same time. I haven't seen him in months. He's been hiding out wherever he's been hiding out. We used to get a daily briefing from him. I haven't heard from him in forever. Last time I heard from him on sports. He wanted baseball comeback and it'll be fine. A face off comes back then baseball. Baseball can come back, but needs to be done by a certain time, because then it gets dangerous than football needs to be in the bubbles, but the other doctors are saying not the bubbles, but I mean just. What's the endgame here like? That's just get some. You know some clarity on this. Come on the show. Well. Here is the interesting thing about what bill is doing because I've told you before that the the. Pandemic hadn't become real around here until stugatz announce I think a month ago, maybe six weeks ago. I don't care who the NBA champion is anymore right now. Stu Gods that Tom Hanks. Who got comes in here today? How about this? This isn't going to surprise you. Guys at all STU got spitting in no general direction just every general. Direction Hey sports! How about we play or we don't. Let's figuring out a serious. I'm tired of sports right now at of speaking every what? All four the majors soccer golf tennis, everyone figure out because every day. It's something different. We have an NBA playoff. And then we have all coaches who are concerned about the rest of their and their career, and therefore there might not be an NBA playoff and I'm fine with that. They should be concerned about their age. Their careers and their health major league baseball. It's sixty games eighty games. It's a hundred games. It's pro rated. It's not prorated rob. Manfred has an ace in the hole. He doesn't have an ace in the hole. It's one hundred percent. One hundred percent tennis one day were playing the next day. We're not one day Nidal says it's a good idea. The next day at all says the bad idea. Do me a favor sports. Right sit down, sit with the doctors. Sit with a scientist. Sit with your players. Figure it out from all angles and then get back to me. Stop teasing me that you're going to come back and then there's some other issue that might prevent you from coming back. I don't care anymore. I care about one. You're going to come back and if you come back that you're going to be healthy, if be the same product that I have seen my entire life, I am tired of sports. All you sit down and figure it out and figure out the right time to come back because I'm telling you. I am not certain it's. A sports for at least earlier is, but I want it there. were. Figure it out this thing that can't be figured out of figured out. Sports will sit down and figure it out I. Mean Baseball Basketball and think that through there's a mold. Coaches got to trust me that they have more invested in this than you. Do. They care about more than you do and they. Debatable. Classic! Worker so harbored doing so many things aw I'm so tired from all all the behind the scenes behind the. How about do it in front of the scenes? Okay, let me everything doing behind the scenes that no one can see your verify and do things in front of the scenes are shut up, have figured out behind the scenes and come back once you got it figured out, but don't give me updates every we're trying to. We're working so her behind this conversation behind the do it in front of the seats, right? Don't talk to me until it's figured out. Figure it out because you have more than enough. Like the baby. Like a baby STU got sound. You sound if you've got an eight-year-old character that were depicted by an animation or cartoon. You just did STU got you get the whole stugatz routine of Hey, this league that's got hundreds of millions of dollars invested in this just figured out. Okay, good I'm GonNa go sit on the toilet now and read twitter, and that's what I'm. I'M GONNA. Do and it's the most productive thing I'm GonNa do today. No baseball like that's the perfect except rob. Manford Tony Clark. Sit Down in a room or listen in a zoom room and figure it out right. Okay again back to us what you figured out how angles of how many games pro rated pro rated players trout shut up, just figured out. Listen to this point and I may be wrong. It sounds like yesterday. The two of them did finally talk. And then we got some positive news, but before that it was whisper over here news over here legal here this over there. Just the two of you get in a room together college. Other of you got nothing else going on figure out a plan. Do. You guys not realize who you work for like them answering questions. We just did a two hour special on return of sport like we're part of the problem. The reason that we all these updates is because we won't stop asking. Joe said. On. Why do you think we'd win? Ores on to talk about the fact that there might be games are there might not be games. We are part of this problem. You know it's better than all that speculation and the two hour specials sports. How about just figure out sports comeback with sports? And then we'll get six hours sports every day instead of two hour specials and I think I think greenies. The guy that greenies needs to be the guy that figures it out I want Greenie to be the commissioner of figuring out sports. Because seriously. We're spending way too much time talking about whether sports can come back and watch sports. We're not consuming. Sports were just talking about whether they'll come back or not. If you know comeback I'm good with it for a while. If you do come back, let's go already. Sports are back there back another place. It's not the sports that need to figure things out the country. Well this is the part about figuring it out. That makes me WANNA just continue. Sports listen to me. I want to punch God's in the face until the end of the pandemic because he's going up to FAO G of renowned scientists, it'd be like hey figured out all right. Let's wrap this up. Okay because I need my betting. I need my gambling a everybody. All you guys, you experts who who don't know any more than I do because I'm Kim Gas bag. You guys figure it out. I've I wouldn't mind if out. She was involved in these discussions, but like the NBA. You feel like you're at the five yard line and all sudden. You Got Gregg Popovich not wanting to go to the bubble. That should have been told that before we got to the five right. Ladies and Gentlemen Stu gods the second guess critic here at the end of a pandemic that none of us can figure out saying. Hey, you guys figure it out. Hold that thought. Let's sell some ads. Also just for a moment. Let's pump the brakes on renowned for FAUCI. No one knew this was three months ago. He's not sure we held a job for like several administration. But you didn't know I mean. He was pretty front and center during the AIDS crisis. You heard these name for the first time. DEMOC. percent to my own worry talking about this guy last November anything you've never heard and I last November but I remember him from the AIDS crisis. Maybe this is an age thing. Really. That's where we've gotten in the content distribution. Chase them. No, we're we're going to do. Where do you? What are your couch? She Bona Fides. Did you know him in November? January I. Show me your resume. figure. Before you did I the first time, a group of people have hated vouching. Might you really six. When the AIDS Crisis Avenue, you're paying attention to doctors at the time, I really. I don't know how to win this argument again. We're doing. Did I. I call them. This. AIDS crisis was a pretty big deal. Sorry, you missed your six. Nash Okay I'm not doing this. The Ad Radio is presented by progressive insurance. It's time for the movie of the day is brought to you by red box. It is national. Go Fishing Day. In honor of that, my three favorite fishing movies of all time number three a classic. A river runs through it. Number two what starts off as a fishy movie and then turns into a movie about survival. A perfect storm. And Number One, which is currently impre- production, but once it's ready dead, and this is the first time I put a movie in pre production number one on my list, but it's a can't miss. There's no chance this won't be good. The Hunts Matt Barnes's pursuit of Derek Fisher. Red Boxes. Top entertainment when you need it. Most twelve strangers wake up in the middle of nowhere. For one very specific purpose. The hunts starring. Bette Gilpin and Hilary Swank. I watched that movie visit Red Box Dot Com for all the way you watch, you would think putting a bunch of people somewhere with one mission and calling it. The hunt like that would be. It's hot tea movie. It wasn't it was good. It was not great. It's number seventeen on my list of all time all-time movies. was as good a cracker top twenty. In terms of hunted Oh. Yeah Yeah. Wasn't there a movie that someone tried to hunt ice tea. I think it. Was Rutger Hauer who? Thinks. He's a Gemini you. Yeah thirty years ago forty years ago, rutger Hauer was his name. What was the name of that? Nobody knows what we're talking about right now. Why did how old were you? Maybe Mike did no foul, she at six years old, because my guess is that found, she was out in front of us before. rutger Howard was chasing ice tea around sixty six months old I can remember things. Called surviving the game, but Rutger Hauer. It's. First of all is that his real name I. There's so many people who don't hear. No. We're talking about Chris. Cody is so confused right now. Chris Cody I want you to image surge. Rutger Hauer one all of you to do this. If you guys don't know what it is that we're talking about and now when I ask P. Rutger, who is an actor who simply looks based on the photograph that you're looking at that? He might have hunted ice tea through a jungle forty years ago. Rutger Hauer just visually looks like. Yes, if you walk it, I don't even care if you can act or not. If your son one who just simply looks like you can chase ice tea through a jungle hunting him, and by the way, rutger Hauer spoiler alert gets his in that movie. He he is. He is the Guy that looks like he's the bad guy, and that he's capable of evil Put It on the poll Guillermo at Lebatardshow does Rutger Hauer as an actor looked like he's capable of even what's his most famous roles at the hitter? Evil Yeah an evil hitchhiking when he was trying to screw over Bruce Wayne later in his career was a bit of evil. We've hit the Roy. We have hit the Weird Royal Wheelhouse, always a delight when this makes an appearance here come the Rutger Hauer corrections. Late runner, that's is famous. Oh. You are a hundred percent correct man. I forgot about I will not have best. When he hunted ice tea in the jungle is the best Rutger hauer movie. That is my final answer I don't care. Don't care whether he had better roles, not when I'm telling you that rutger. Hauer did not have to audition for that part. They had a movie. They're like we're GonNa Hunt Ice Tea in the wilderness. The. Director said, get me Rutger Hauer and Done anything in twenty or thirty years his movies yeah, yeah, he tried to screw over Christian Bale's Bruce Wayne out of his inheritance chuck. How long ago did he die? Was He typecast in nineteen? Was He typecast as that guy? The Guy who would be able soon, amasis to Batman Nemesis to. Your he wasn't a super villain. He was a blue collar, super villain I mean. He had a heck of Iran. He really did. He was the the Best Dutch actor of the century. I mean mean white collar, white collar criminal, and that Batman is that his real name because that sounds like an impossibly false name Rutger Hauer rutger Olsen our. Yes, so it's just a foreign one damn. Okay I want to regroup here when I woke up this morning. I need to promise you guys that I absolutely do not think that we would do five relentless minutes on Rutger our.

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Hour 3: Dr. Celine Gounder Update

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There is no person on this show who has more data about things that don't matter than Roy like so i. totally believe when I'm asking Roy a question that he has sort of rainman ability to come up with the Rutger Hauer IMDB without looking it up and so roy just informed me of a movie title that I was not familiar with Roy. Just informed me that in two thousand and eleven rutger Hauer made a movie. Titled Hobo with a shotgun. Now. I'M GONNA. Tell you if ever. There was a movie with stugatz. His name written all over it Hobo with a shotgun. Is the movie, but I want I have just texted both Mike Bryant. and Stu gods a photograph of Rutger Hauer in this movie. That I want you guys to look up because you guys will notice that. Rutger Hauer has a rifle or shotgun in one hand, and what he has wrapped around his neck. In ways that are difficult to explain is a manhole cover. And he is a Hobo with a shotgun at says so right here on the movie trailer. Rutger Hauer is a Hobo with a shotgun delivering justice, one shell at a time, and there are a whole bunch of people screaming, and there are things on fire, and he seems to have a missile launcher of some sort. Doesn't look like a shotgun. Maybe I guess it is a shotgun. Just called it a rifle. I don't know my gun. The title of the Movie Right Right? It wouldn't be Hobo with a rifle, right? It's a Hobo with a shotgun, so I have asked the crew to look up the best reviews. That are to be found around this movie that I. Have You seen this movie? Are you familiar with this I'm very familiar with the movie I haven't seen it, but I know that this was a rutger hauer really okay very good. You seem to know everything these days. including his a six year old winfield, she was involved in the AIDS crisis, even without around his neck, he still making the same face. On Your own until he's got. Cover on his neck, so he just a move age. We certain. It's a manhole cover. It's like a sewer. Grate it something. He's just come up from. He's a Hobo with a shotgun of some sort I'm pretty sure it's a manhole cover. What do you think of that or a vet doesn't want him to scratch his ears. It's a dog cone. All right I think he's a manhole cover Roy. What is the first review that you have found for? With a shotgun that you believe is worth reading. This one came from will lead to deadspin. This is the type of movie you. WanNa Punch in the face. BILLY! What have you found in the reviews for Hobo with a shotgun? Two Thousand Eleven Rutger Hauer classic. It's Dan is from Philip French of the Observer in the UK Hobo with a shotgun belongs at the bottom of a disused coal mine in one of those desperately impoverished. West Virginia townships that advertise for people to send them their nuclear waste. So far, nothing is dissuaded me from wanting to see this Hobo with A. War Two thousand eleven. What have you found their Tony I think billy just took the one that Christopher liked so you can filibuster for a second and Christopher. We'll have to find another one. What do you like here Tony? Jason Eisner's Hobo with a shotgun is trash with difference. It's designer trash. All. Right trash with the different again. I WANNA. See more. And Chris Cody what do you have you know what I might want to make another round with you guys I think I want to read. Some more of these guys can find some more of the. Again Hobo with a shotgun. Two Thousand Eleven Rutger Hauer Vehicle Chris what is it review that you've found that? is comes from Graham. Young, in the Birmingham Post when this amount of ham arrives coated in so much catch up. There's not much room left to find any pleasure at all. I'm about you, Billy. What else have you found in your search here through a Hobo with a shotgun reviews? I'm happy to see. How is still blowing folks away? But I really do hope that the rest of the actors in this film never ever work in front of the camera again. Eight, hundred, thirty, four thousand in the United States. Good run it had. Now. You guys are going with professional reviewers. Sometimes I think the comments or even better. When you go to random fan who wants to be mean on the Internet about the movies, because I feel like we can do the rest of the show from this space just in the comments section of Hobo with a shotgun. Apologies that was worldwide wasn't worldwide did. Okay, so it was a big international success. How did it do in the states? More of an art house. It was it was a big hit in the state, seven Oh three, three, seventy, two in this state, one hundred and thirty one thousand everywhere else. Okay all right, so he didn't have any broad appeal in his homeland. Rutger Hauer you just did well in the United States, but there wasn't a real Dutch swelling for his film again Hobo with a shotgun to. Does, anyone else have any other reviews that they would like to read Roy. What else do you have their? Cory Hall at the Metro Times in Detroit. Said limbs severed heads roll. A school bus is incinerated and do gets burnt by sticking his hockey scape into a plug in toaster. Clever, but much of it. It's a worrying and a bit lame. And a bit lame. How Dare You Tony? What else do you have? I, here from a very upset a rotten tomatoes user. I've got to admit there's flashes of demented brilliant in his hardcore crossbow. TATION splatter pick. All right, so that's. Wait a minute, we. Only, positive review for the two thousand eleven classic Hobo with a shotgun. Yes, Billy. Dan this is from Kurt loader. Once you've taken in the title. You've pretty much got in the joke. He's always there for US loader. That's exactly the review. I would expect from him. Did you know. GEICO's now offering an extra fifteen percent credit on car and motorcycle policies. 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That Stu gods join the clamoring for quality by extending his laziness to the cause. And having Roy do his job for him. On Stupidity. That the show's loan, black producer was heard from less on the show during the pandemic. Then Stugatz is. Fitting. One Roy finally did speak up. Dan decided that would be a good time to start suddenly and awkwardly Sabi. About his mother. That billy who's afraid of everything suddenly decided that risk was underrated. But he was talking about the board. Game. That it wasn't that long ago. That Dr came onto t just. A wash our hands. That after giving time to reflect on his past. Lance Armstrong is still a believable. Tom Brady's first interview after Howard Stern. Somehow involve risk, cody. That, Tim Kirch it must take baseball right now. That Dan owes us. Thirteen pizza watches. That one South Korean. Team solution to filling empty stands. Was Sex though. that. Greg Cody writes a column. Saying sport shouldn't start because of the pandemic. Hours before meeting friends out for data. That I have seen her from FAO she and months. And I'm starting to worry. That in these troubled times, we desperately looked for healing on race relations from fashion of diverse day. Known as NASCAR. That a fifty year old truck racer from Nascar. Who had never won a race? Retina quit. Because they took away his confederate flag. And that if you say his name fast. Race A-. Rally! It sounds like. Racist Sally. That the NFL. Probably avoided having to give two hundred fifty million dollars to social causes over the next ten years. If the Ravens had just signed. CAPPER NICK AS ABACO. But that the ravens owner instead. Ask us to pray for head. ESPN films presents a race to talk race. How was slightly overweight, middle aged sports radio host. Won The race of his lifetime. By simply waiting for the rest of the world to catch up. ESPN radio is presented by progressive insurance. If you missed any of the show, you can listen to all three hours of the Dan Lebatardshow, plus our Miami only hour, and our best of podcast on demand in the ESPN APP and subscribe to the Lebatardshow. Friends podcast network, featuring South Pete sessions, stupidity and mystery CREPE. Please rate ED subscribe new episodes opposed it every week wherever you get your podcast. I can't believe I. missed this when we were talking about it, but some tweezers have sent it in. We were talking about This race to remove some symbols that were just now sort of realizing are questionable, and Jemima is gone. A Land Lakes has. Taken the native American off of its product and I can't believe I didn't notice this as we were talking about it until Ben is next. How American is it? Of Land O Lakes to remove the native American but keep the land. How did I miss that like how when we were talking about that? Is it possible that I missed like? Is Anyone that company right now? Saying? Hey, we hope people don't notice too much that we're doing this hugely American thing of removing the native American but keeping the land. On our butter! It's fairly amazing. Is it not like you can't right just like you can't write fiction like a Nascar race thrive or who doesn't have a car truck has never won. A race threatens to leave the sport at fifty, because he can't keep his confederate flag and the guy's name sounds like racist sorelle. Can't which which one of these stories is most absurd, which is the more absurd story if I tell you? The idea of Landau Lakes arrived in a position where they're removing the native American but keeping the land only the most quintessentially American thing possible. Or Racist Sarah Alley exists driving a truck probably with testicles on the back breast x testicles near the license plate in a truck that never wins a race. I mean I would say at. It's tough to beat land-o-lakes, but I would say racists rally I mean. Especially when you add in the fact that after all that change and racists rally doing his thing and the confederate flag coming down that we still race, the dixie vodka, four hundred, and that he didn't quit it. All all he did was exist long enough to get bullied by Lebron. I felt bad for racists Ereli. Once Lebron ganged up on it and I'm like come on Lebron. This is to easy to fight for you like come on, you're going after the truck drivers fifty like you're being a bully here. This is. You don't need them, but put a clown nose on him. It's too easy a target for you. Don't have to someone your own size. You've felt bad for. Raises Cirilli I'm like look. This dope never wins arrays. He's on the wrong side of history drives a truck amid cars, and he's threatening to quit in a way that allows us to say again and again that his name sounds like racist Sara, Lee and now Lebron. Because it's too easy. 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It seems like it's gone from the Northeast and sometimes people in the northeastern from their think. If it's gone from there, it's gone everywhere spiking in the south. It's spiking everywhere else. What thank you doctor for being on with US again? first of all. What do you make of what it is? That's happening in America right now. We're in too many places where behaving. This is gone. Well, eight I think is the situation is dramatically improved in New York City on multiple fronts. When I last spoke to you guys, we were very much dealing with shortages of personal protective equipment, whether that was the ninety five respirator masks for gowns, gloves, and so on, and so that was very scary. Dangerous situation for our healthcare workers especially given the numbers of patients that we were seeing you know back in March and April even in May vast majority of our patients in the hospital where cope it, patients of, and that has dramatically changed so I was last on service in the hospital. In early May, I'm back now, So this and back then I might have had twenty patients in my own one of whom would not have had code other nineteen, all had Kobe. Today I have a couple of patients who had it, but are recovered, and nobody is actively stick with it, so that's a huge change now that said I am wearing a mask even right now as I'm talking to you. I have my ninety five mask on because I'm sitting here in the hospital. So you know I think there's some things that have gotten better. The lockdowns in New York worked, and if you count three weeks from the time of the lockdown, it's basically when you start to see cases peak, and then fall, and so the mathis pretty straightforward. In other parts of the country, unfortunately, they did not implement the lockdown early. They lifted. Those measures too quickly, and they didn't really implement them rigorously, and so they didn't suppress the virus when they put those measures in place if they did and we are seeing dramatic increases in cases in places like Arizona Texas Florida, which are very concerning. Left up to you Dr and you alone. Would we still be locked down across the country? Knowing it's gotten better in the northeast. Well you know I think there's this sort of false dichotomy between lockdown and not lockdown, and what we really should have done during that lockdown period. Is Bill the capacity to reopen safely so testing definitely part of it, but a huge part that with the exception of maybe New York and California really has not been adequately focused on us. The contact tracing peace and the testing by itself isn't really useful. It's what do you do with that test? WHAT YOU WANNA? Do is figure out okay. This person tested positive. WHO OF THEY EXPOSE? What do we do with those people? And without a plan in place, and really need to hire new agents of healthcare workers to do that kind of contact tracing, and that simply has not happened. That's what should happen during lockdown period. That's within allows you to reopen the economy safely and there was just this. An I think it's ongoing does not compute about that is what needs to be done to reopen. Given the last time that you were on with us your level of fear did. The damage done meet your expectations where you more worried that it would be even worse. Well we certainly saw healthcare. Workers get infected. That was definitely part of what we experienced. Some of them ended up. On ventilators, some of them died and unfortunately that is precisely what I feared would happen and did happen. you know healthcare workers do remain one of the highest risk groups for this Not all of us are healthy. Some of US are older. Some of US have our own medical conditions, and we are more exposed than the average person, so you know that remains a concern and I. I am concerned about how this will play out not just this summer. You know right now. We're still in the first wave, but when we have second wave in the fall. I think it's GonNa be even worse than what we've seen so far and will we be prepared? I'm not sure. It doesn't sound like you're confident, either, because if we're not doing the very basic things that have worked elsewhere, then what would be the reason for hope? I mean I. Think I think the reason for hope is to keep saying this is what we need to do and hope that folks finally tune in and listen you know if you. Right to your local or call your local congressperson and your senator, your other elected officials and say look, please start to invest in contact tracing. Please hire these people and hey. You know in a in a situation where a lot of people lost their jobs. It's a great way of getting people jobs, too, but it's a necessary service, and unfortunately over the last really couple of decades, but ESPECI- especially since the two thousand eight recession, we've lost a huge number of our public health workers. Workers some fifty thousand since two thousand eight, and those are precisely the people we need right now to be doing the contact tracing. So that's something that has to be rebuilt asap. We need to think about that as our military against the coronavirus and you know if if this were a foreign militaristic threat, we would be drafting people, or you know at the very least really try to encourage people to to enlist, and we're not doing that in the case of the contact racers. Dodger selene gander with us year on ESPN radio what are your feelings here in terms of sports, and then perhaps starting back up? How do you feel about that? Really depends on the sport. Is it a contact? Sport is a sport that's played indoors or outdoors. Are you gonNa have fans to what degree can you isolate subsets of people so for example NASCAR is a very different scenario because they can sort of isolate their their pit crew from others, and they can function essentially as a ton of units which is very different from say an NBA team where you're having more close contact You know person to person contact, and you have different teams having contact with one another, so they're highly different situations. You know one sport that has sort of a built in advantage. Will actually a couple are sports in which they wear helmets I would be doing if I were with the NFL is. How can you build face shields? Instead the helmets so they have. Have some protection built in that way yeah I think one really interesting natural experiment that's just unfolded over the last couple of weeks are the protests which were outdoors, and where people by and large wearing masks, and so if we do not see a big spike basically three weeks, or so after the protests that would indicate that even though you had crowds of people. If they were outside and wearing masks that actually afford the huge amount of protection and that would be. That would be actually very good news for sports. That sort of fit that description as we let you go here? Your advice to people right now is put on your dad mass. Yeah. There's there's sort of complacent of Yeah I. That is a sign of strength. You're protecting your neighbor your family and it's worth the hassle. It's the most protective easy thing we can do right now. Dr Thank you for being with US appreciate the time again. My pleasure. You guys stay safety. Well, thank you. Dan To justify our unreasonable salaries. Chris, Cody Chris. Cody feels better. Feel, slightly less scared feels. Fields what what are you feeling right now? I see radiance coming off you. The last time we had her on. It was one of the scariest moments in my life so I'm feeling just more encouraged than last time. We had it girl. She seems a lot happier I, mean she? Released get she laughed. Cried that's right there. You Go, okay, so reopen everything, and let's all run out there without mouse, and then we run back inside and the. Guys ready for a rerun on this. You guys ready to run back. Because, we didn't do it right this time. I'm sneaking in a haircut today, are you? Got To prepare for the next few WHOA, you kidding me, you rebel. One and the. Last one I got for at least a year. Now in this fate doesn't clean itself God. Yeah. My feelings exactly SBN radio presented by progressive. Insurance clean knows healthy life. May good nasal hygiene, your new normal go to Navarre's dot com that's N. A. V. AG, Dot Com you'll love that clean knows feeling. We are going to update the polls here in a second at Lebatardshow but in Twenty Twenty Mike Ryan has made a viewing shift Mike Ryan finds himself watching network news. Yeah, yeah, there's been obviously it's been a depressing couple of months, and then it's not avoiding the news at all because I'm watching the news daily but I. Don't know if you saw the recent Jon Stewart. Interview in the name escapes me, but we recently did it with, but he likened cable news pornography. And he's like when I was little. Just like the mere sight of bra-strap would get me excited and now anything short of a nun with two mules doesn't do it for me, and he's like Cable News, just sort of pushes that it goes further and further. It's sort of like the Netflix's algorithm like stick around because you're not gonNA. Believe the next sensational thing, and of course everything has opinion now because of how divisive everything is in the country, and I found that network news I ignored network news for years better part of a decade. Because why would I go to the network news? When I want this right away, but it it really does do a throwback to what news used to be. When I was little. Watching Peter Jennings is the closest thing that the to aspiring to some kind of objective. There's no opinions. Just you know old school I can't believe I'm talking about it like it's so revelatory, but this you know. The network news has been around this entire time. Yeah, it's been there and there's like like sitting down and watching David your or less, your mirror guy. Now since I'm getting back into it I, don't mind taking a sampling. Straight news man what Mike Gundy things Ns tracking yes. Opinion. I. Remind you that guy used to be Brian Williams. Fighter pilot or something but I I missed my beefcake. Scott Pelley I was flipping around I'm like wow I missed. The Scott pelley anchor. Point old days of sixty minutes with Presidential Interview A. I'd like CBS Sunday morning. That's like my show, still good, it's. To, that show. Listen to me I. Don't Care Young People. How much you mock me because that Sunday morning magazine show that they still pull out of their. This is why Broccoli's interesting and you're going to be like. It's not interesting and it's going to be done. You're like Oh my God Broccoli's the most interesting thing I've ever seen, and they're dome of Broccoli and all sudden. There's like a fifteen minute feature on David Grohl I mean it's unbelievable. Find out about the history of curious George. Shirt and then they end ninety seconds of just like look at this serene wilderness. You haven't stopped all week to watch. I'm telling you audience. Get yourself some CBS Sunday morning. It's the only thing CBS does well that and sixty minutes everything else. This. is largest outworked. that. You're a network news guy. What the hell. Happened around here. I'm not turning back. This is going to be my thing from here on. Out The boat, only thirty minutes to news every day, which is more than most do and it's GonNa be in the throwback, Network Fash. At lebatardshow on twitter, this is a shocking development. The twitter ball at Lebatardshow is brought to you by Sherwin. Williams ask Sherwin Williams. Add Save thirty percent on paints and stains June nineteenth through the thirtieth shopping store or online for curbside pickup retail sales. Only some exclusions apply see stores for details to get out lebatardshow on twitter, more offensive, the team logo or Daniel Snyder. Seventy seven percent of the audience said Daniel Snyder. Have! We got too far when you've taken away Jemima. Fifty point three percent of the audience said yes, close one very close should Mike Gundy. have been wearing a shirt that said black recruits. During his video. Eighty. Two percent of the audience said yes. Should there be a separate one hundred page protocol just four Lebron? Window through that out there. Eighty five percent of the audience said Yeah. Should the Brian be driven around the bubble? It a Pope Mobile. Favor. Adding should. A wise investment, eighty five percent of the audience and yes building one. Does rutger Hauer as an actor look like evil. And, the show's been all over the place. It's really like a CBS Sunday morning type of a good program lists the run of show has been amazing delightful. Ninety percent of the audience said yes. It looks like evil. Are. You creeped out that cereal box designers have the characters looking down at your kids the minute manipulate them keeping the thread educational today that is I had no idea never noticed. Seventy five percent of the audience, said yes, there creeped out those of the Paulsen, and here's what I'm telling you about that, Sunday show? 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Weirdhouse Cinema: Split Second (1992)

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Weirdhouse Cinema: Split Second (1992)

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Sugar down your coffee and prepare for the ride. That is nineteen ninety-two split-second now. This was new to me. I actually just finished watching it minutes ago but you had already seen this one a last year the year before or something so you brought it back up for the show right right. I've watched it in one setting sometime in the last few years and i was watching late at night so we got a little sleepy towards the end. Not the film's fault but my fault. This time around. I watched it in chunks often first thing in the morning while i myself was having a cup of coffee so i really got to appreciate every detail. Every nook and cranny of this film and i feel like second helpings of split-second Really paid off for me now. Did this movie convince you to us about three quarters of a cup of sugar per mug of coffee. Yeah yeah as well. We'll get into this we. There's just such reckless disregard for our heroes health as he he does. He doesn't drink. Which i think is more anymore. Yes given up the the alcohol but has taken to just reckless consumption of chocolate and sugar. Heavy caffeine his antics. His teeth are like swiss cheese. He is just. And i bet this world so this is a a dystopia and future buddy cop movie That is set in a future. London that has been flooded by global warming. Selects water levels have risen. The thames is now creeping out into the outer boroughs. I guess all the streets are now like the canals of venice just flooded with gross muddy rat water and the cops have to like drive around in them in these big gps. That can drive in the shallow water. Ori actually navigate them in fan boats. Like it's a by you movie. Yeah yeah this is the again. This is a ninety two film so this is the future of two thousand and eight but one of the things. This film is that. I feel like it does have a really solid the visual field as great aesthetic You know all these scenes of it just a too wet london. Everything's at least partially flooded. it's just a soggy mess and everything else. The rest of the world has a suitably industrial grime to it as well it's It it looks. It looks great. I really enjoyed the look of the film. It's the steam injected microbial mat future of highlander. To where everything is always just dark and moist and unpleasant. Yeah there's a little bit of blade runner dna in this for sure Yeah we'll discuss another great thing about this film and we'll touch on this time and time again to is it has all the hallmarks of the film in which the script has been reworked multiple times with different intense in mind and it's result it results in a kind of chaos in key places it kind of ambiguity that can in the right proportions work really well for a detective story or monster story and luckily this film is both i would say for me. This was one of the funniest movies we have watched so far for weird house cinema and to explain what i mean so it has. It's like a cargo truck just packed with every Grizzled macho buddy cop movie cliche and every dystopia and fi cliche altogether but at such a such a volume and velocity that it does not seem just like lazy. Hack riding but more of transcendent parody. But at the same time it doesn't go to the level of parody where it's winking at you about it. It plays it straight which makes much funnier in product. Yeah so i feel like when we laugh at this film and i laughed at it at two. We're not laughing at. Somebody's failed art or something here. You know we're not we're not. It's not like a mean laugh. I feel like we are laughing in a way that was intended by at least a large number of people involved in this film. Yes let second is not a failure it succeeds. Yes though that seems to have been lost on people when it originally came out who seemed to just regarded Y or at least some of the reviews. We were looking at people. Were just saying like and other you know hackneyed cliche dystopia and sci-fi movie You can skip it. I think this one is worth a solidly worth a watch. Yeah when i looked it up. After i'd seen it the second time i looked it up in the second video guide from michael weldon and i found he didn't care for it He called it a quote boring dole misty science fiction movie and Yeah i agree to disagree on this one. Because i think it's pretty terrific. It's a lot of fun Maybe it was just too fresh in nineteen ninety-six six and hasn't had an aged enough yet. I'm not sure but then again you could also argue that the tropes wouldn't have been as a tripod well trod in the early nineties as they would be in the year twenty twenty one of the funny stuff in this movie would continue to be used on ironically for the next decade or two in straightforward. Like a-list cop comes. Oh but i think we've mentioned also. This is a monster movie so it is a dystopia sci-fi movie a grizzled buddy cop movie and a monster movie all crammed into one yet. Here's your here's your elevator. Pitch okay in the gritty future of two thousand and eight a murderous horror emerges from the flooded london underground and only the grumpiest cop imaginable supercharged on a diet of anxiety. Coffee and chocolate can stop it. I don't know if you notice that you said grumpiest which i think that is that is the right term. Because he's gruff andy scruffy. It's a combination. It's a hybrid that it absorbed the dna of both qualities. Let's see that trailer audio. He can hear it's heartbeat burning up. He knows it's out there. Somebody must have seen something be knows what it can. Do you telling me but something running around loose in this city ripping a half out of people. Maybe some for breakfast now. It's really pissing off pasta and his new partner makes too paranoid. People with guns are a menace to society. Paranoid to head like this following rutger hauer split-second. Nice timing split. Second all right. Well we specify sorry did before. This is a rutger hauer film. I don't know that we did It'll probably be obvious to a number of people In maybe there's a picture of rutger our Cabin this thing but yes this is. This is a rutger hauer extravaganza in the same way that modern film fans a lot of you like the cage rage. This one is filled with our power. Yes yeah oh yeah. But there are other people involved to let. Let's start where we tend to start. Let's start with the director. Okay guy by the name of. Toni may lem english director who also directed the nineteen eighty-one slasher film. The burning maalim also went on to do a fair amount of documentary. Work and i'm to understand. Split-second was a particularly grueling project for him and he had to. He had to step away towards the end of the the the production and let ian sharp finished directing the picture Yeah i can imagine. This might have been some trouble. Because you're dealing with a lot of flooded sets i mean. Almost you know like every other set in this movie. There's just water everywhere. And i would imagine that makes filming very difficult and tedious. And then you've got to have a pigeon wrangler you get wrangler ho. Yeah you gotta have a wrangler. Every everybody's got to be on hand. I didn't check for the credits. But was there an assistant to mr hauer in there. I didn't notice seattle. I should've i should've looked somebody had to get him his coffee. The how're power generator. He may i think he might be self powering. I really don't know enough about we'll get we'll get to our in. The second hour is renewable. Yes now the writer on this was a guy named gary scott thompson. Not a lot. That i know about him except that he is the guy who gave us two fast two furious. He also wrote the hollow man. Joe two fast two furious one of the good fast furious movies. No you generally wanna stay away from the even numbered ones until you get to around six or eight once you get once you get past five. Everything is bad but worth watching. Everything's good bad after this where you're like the flying cars era the real ones. You wanna away from. I think are like two and four. Which i remember being rather boring all right cool. I'll keep that in mind. Well and also the hollow man. God i love pulver hoven but that is just a dreadful movie yeah. I don't remember anything good about that. One now As for split-second here again. This script seems like it was probably changed a number of times and i think that was the case based on some just. Imdb stunned. i looked at. It has a lot of the obvious signs of blade runner and alien on it as you would expect at that time and certainly casting rutger hauer. That was one of the films. He made a big splash in a blade runner. But it also to me anyway. I feel like there's a huge two thousand eight comics influence here as well. I i have no proof of that. And gary scott thompson i believe is an american writer not british. But there are a lot of british folks involved in this one. I feel like if the medically has a lot of the elements he finding. Those original judge dredd comics where there's a grittiness. But there's also this comedic and satiric vein going through everything like everything's over the top and and we lose some of that in the the americanized versions of judge dredd you know where in the the films yeah. Judge dredd is Grumbling and and blasting things with the enormous gun but he doesn't have a humorous made or funny robots in his life like he does comics. One thing that's funny about this movie is that it is very british. It's not just incidentally set in london like the setting is very pointedly. British and some of the characters are very pointedly british. In in the way they're characterized but our main hero rutger hauer despite being rutger. Hauer is a very american cop character he. He's very much like an american. Tough guy cop lead. Yeah that's right. Despite of course being being dutch rutger hauer was born in one thousand nine hundred eighty four and died in two thousand nineteen in this. He plays harley stone. A character will we will Discuss it linked here but yeah he was a wonderful actor Environmentalist he also had a nonprofit aimed at hiv and aids awareness called the rutger hauer starfish association and he wrote to prominence in the films. A fellow dutchman a filmmaker paul of elven who just mentioned and made a huge splash in american cinema. In one thousand nine hundred blade runner. He's also very notable in nineteen eighty. Five lady hawke in nineteen eighty. Six is the hitter. And he's work with ver- Hoven culminated in the nineteen eighty-five medieval adventure film that i have not seen flesh and blood. Which co star jennifer. Jason leigh and ronald lacey. And i understand that. The two disagreed on the nature of his character. Hauer wanted to get away from villain roles but they're holding wanted him to play more morally ambiguous character. And that's an interesting wrinkle to to to think about because in this. Obviously he's he's our hero and i can't think of a lot of films like later on where he played anything. Other than a protagonist. You know Like what are the big roger. how in villain roles. Yeah you name. bladerunner the hitter but anything else. Well i would argue that. Maybe you shouldn't even think of him necessarily as the villain of blade runner. I mean in blade runners. I would say he something more like the creature in frankenstein is someone who does bad. Things who harms people but in other ways is sort of a sort of a babe in the wilderness like he. He's he's lost and desperate and doesn't know what to do with his own mortality. Yeah you can easily imagine the the the the filmmaking system they after blade rented like can we get howard to play this terrorist. Can we get howard to play this. This evil king and it sounds like he was like i don't want those type of roles I want. I want something different. I want and You know i. I i you know i. My mind turns to batman begins right. He's a corrupt business makes a corrupt businessman. But he's he's a suit in that i think he's also remember god. I'm seeing sin city in many years. But i remember him being some kind of evil corrupt like in that also. Okay well he maybe managed to sprinkle some villainy nine the later movies but yeah. He went on to being a ton of films and tv projects. One hundred and seventy-five acting credits on. Imdb and they really run. The gamut from b. movies to blockbusters like he was just in a lot of stuff And he's julia in something where i'm like that's boring. He's he's he's an exciting element even in a bad picture. Oh you should try. To watch dairy argentas dracula the second time. You've you've challenged me on that one. No i'm not saying i've watched it. I'm saying i've never been able to watch more than sixty seconds of it. Okay but so. I guess if we're talking about rutger hauer we gotta talk about The tears in the rain monologue Which is this is a famous moment. Probably the most famous moment of your career also the most famous moment of blade runner. The movie The context of course harrison ford in the movie plays deckert. Who is a type of police. Officer bounty hunter. Who is hired to quote retire. Escaped replicans replica. Answer you know sort of Androids are humanoids. Who were created by this by this company to essentially be forced labor and they have a very short life span there so they don't you know get often and get ideas about independence. They can only live for something like four years. And so the plot of blade. Runner is group replicates who escape and they're trying to find a way to get more life. They want to extend their lifespan. Meanwhile harrison ford Decorative is trying to hunt them down and in the end of the movie. He's chasing around in a building. While the rain is pouring outside. Chasing rutger hauer character a replicant named roy beatty and There's a moment where where decker is almost about to fall to his death off the roof. But then roy eighty grabs his arm and saves him despite. You know hit him being there to to kill him He saves them and then he gives this speech. It's a soliloquy he says. I've seen things you people wouldn't believe. Attack ships on fire off the shoulder of orion. I watched c. Beams glitter in the dark near the tannhauser gate. All those moments will be lost in time like tears in rain. Beautiful moment in a beautiful metaphor. But what i've read is that apparently there was a line similar to that already in the script which i think was written by david peoples but Apparently rutger hauer himself rewrote the line before filming and he was the person who added the comparison to tears in rain. The most famous part of it. So that's from the actor himself. Yeah i've always been impressed by that And of course that we that monologue we've talked about on the show before. Oh here's the line that. Dj's should be using in their tracks. They definitely got the memo on tears and rain. Because man i can think of so many different mixes contracts where Something from from. Roy pops up pops up on it's It's just a great piece. Yeah yeah it's such a great line that in a way it's kind of lost. Its power by being over analyzed and over-quoted. There's a band called grumbling for and they have a they have a song titled the ballad of roy. Batty and it's the kind of somber british song. But it's the the lyrics are that that monologue. Oh wow yeah so check that out if you want your very different role in this. So he plays in blade runner. He is a tragic Frankenstein's creature type character who Who doesn't understand the point of his own existence. He wants more life but he can't have it and he and he ends in in. This tragic introspective state in split. Second power is just hauer is the ultimate like beefsteak grumpy cop. Yeah he is he is something. He's it's worth noting that he was. I believe seven or forty eight at the time so this is a slightly older rutger. Hauer certainly compared to like blade runner and stuff. He's carrying a bit of weight in this though. Nothing that feels like awkward or anything but it. I think feel like it feels like it's physicality works perfectly. Well portraying this cop on the edge not taking care of himself loses reckless lifestyle and the bit of a slob and again the hard-drinking stereotype in this. Because he's apparently quit drinking. He does smoke like a chimney just constantly. Smoking consumes copious amounts of coffee sugar chocolate and man that name to harley plus rocks. You know you couldn't do any better than that. That was the thing that convinced me to watch this movie. I looked it up. And i saw the main character is named harley stone and i was out i'm in i mean he had and he has. I think a harley in his apartment. So it's i guess that's part of it but actually no know it was multiple things. I'm sorry i have to add on. His name is harley stone and then of course it becomes a. Here's an here's your new partner buddy cop movie tango and cash but set in the future where there's a he's got a partner who's a the opposite of him in every way and this partner is named dick durkin yep harley and dick the adventures of well. We've we've touched on the the trucks here but like one of the big tropes with this guy With harley stone is he's the worst. I can't stand him that he's the best we've got and like. He's just a walking disaster. But nobody does it better than harley so we have to use them he's the only one who can get our man and or monster exactly it's the euro loose cannon. You're off the forest. You're the only man for the job. And howard is is. I mean he. He is so good in this. Because this character this harley stone at times there are all these moments where you realize that the film is winking at you that it's you know that he's just so over the top. He's just do what he's doing. Ways acting is just. It's it's just ridiculous but yet how were also walks. That line to where he is. I feel is definitely cool in a lot of the film to in a way that the mini actors wouldn't be able to pull that off like. Here's this this this over the hill. Rundown kabul yeah. He pretty cool in those glasses and that giant leather coat. It never gets to juicy. Yeah so it's just a joy to watch him. I think some of the best scenes are ones where they're just. We're just going about about a day you know. It's a ride along with harley stone as he does things like like shave at a bar where he has a shown up for breakfast. You know things like that. Yeah he goes to like a moody nightclub for breakfast where they're playing nights in white satin on the jewelry box and they give him a big play to fulling if i think it is a full english breakfast meaning that it's not just eggs and bacon but there's baked beans on that plate and he's slurping it up and shaving with an electric razor over his plate and oh my god is so good but let's talk a little bit about that partner This would be again detective. Dick durkin played by an actor by the name of alistair. Duncan i love this guy to say he's great in this role like again. He hits just the right note like he's he's not too comedic. He's just comedic enough he. He's the perfect foil to harley stone. So they're setting it up like a you know a riggs and murtaugh or tango and cash kind of thing. Where they're opposites but they end up complementing each other and this guy. This guy is the the whimpy bookish nerd who went to oxford. Well i mean not completely went. But he's a fitness conscious. Oh right andrew. And and and he's a yeah but he's by the books he's he's i think he's doing tai chi in one scene. Of course rutger hauer scare. Stone is like just so anxiety. Ridden at one point like. Let me give you a massage. let me help you. Don't touch me like he's great and this dunkin perfectly fine actor. He's done an increasing amount of high profile. Voice work over the over the years especially in major video games but he was a steady actor in the nineties as well showed up on things like a highlander. The tv series hercules murder. She wrote so A bunch of stuff. He's not the voice of wheatley portal. to is. he he might be. I don't know. I didn't look that one up specifically but i did notice that. He's the okay for instance. You know the the more games where you know the works. I'm sorry i looked it up. No that's a guy named stephen merchant but for a second i thought it was possible steven steven merge. They're kind of cut from the same cloth. Though i imagine merchant and this row but alastair duncan i believe one of his more high profile roles. Is those the shadow of 'more games. Plays like the wraith elf. That is alter ego or whatnot. I i haven't really played the games but he's not character. Oh okay but let's not forget our female lead. Joe do so this movie. Has kim troll it. She plays Michelle mcclain And so of course. Kim controls canadian actress probably best known today for being part of the main cast of sex in the city but with a long rear of lots of interesting movie and tv roles. More in the weird house wheelhouse You might say big trouble. In little china in which gracie law or star trek six the undiscovered country which i think she was filming either right around the same time as split-second or simultaneous to split second. Yeah because of the hair right right And i i love. Kim control people who have only seen her in like more straightforward roles. I think might not appreciate. Just how good her comic timing is and how good. She is walking that fine line which is exactly what she's doing in this movie that that tight rope of absurdity parody but not quite. Yeah yeah i i. I agree absolutely Certainly big trouble in little china's a great example of work but prior prior to Sex in the city she she was a fair amount of genre pictures Reinvented ourselves herself. I guess with the sex in the city role but before that she was in shoes episode of the nineties outer limits. I don't think one i've seen yet. But i'm going to get to it. As steadily made my way through all of that but she was also in nineteen ninety eight. Tv adaptation of peter benchley creature in which she and craig t nelson battle a the injured killer shark. I watched that on tv win. It premiered when i was a kid. I think i was in. I don't know would have been like sixth grade or something and while it was a it was a winner. So kim is great and split-second given the limited amount of stuff that she's given to work with So this is a film where she doesn't have much of a role but she manages to shine through that role anyway. Yeah this episode is brought to you by. Ibm we all want sophisticated and simple. Cutting edge made user-friendly in other words. We want a hybrid and so do retailers. That's why they're going hybrid with ibm a hybrid. Cloud approach with watson. Ai helps them. Manage supply chains while predicting demands with ease from retail to help care. Businesses are going with a smarter hybrid cloud using the tools platform and expertise of ibm. 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Shed are confidential in toll free helpline at one eight eight eight five three two three five hundred. Let's make it interesting with william hill sportsbook. All right let's talk about some of the other bit players in this. All you have this guy. All armstrong is that not just allen or is it alan. I'm sorry it's all in. But i guess it's alan you could be right. I don't where i'm just gonna call and thrasher because characters name so born in nineteen forty. Six armstrong is a great british character actor. You'd recognize him for instance very recognizable face. But he's been in films such as kroll braveheart van helsing and sleepy hollow the the double their tons of tv work and he's great in this because he plays the i mean. This is a trope to you. Have your problematic cop but then you have. They're just disc- completely enraged boss who just can't take this guy anymore but he's the best you've got to work with him and that's what thrasher is except thrasher manages to be like the angriest fouls police chief ever like just bristling with with with with rage. Face is kind of already. Gargoyles faces just twisted with anger and just resentment of stone and he also has. I love his hair and this because he has this. Great dying widow's peak. You know where it's like. It used to be a widow's peak and now it's barely anything. And it somehow elevates the character to an even greater level of just just again just such a visceral hate in every breath he takes at the british casting office they were like the actor who's every breath says. You're off the force. Here's your new partner. Yes except louder and more intense. Yeah because Expletives in there yeah so he's he's wonderful in this and he has some great saints now the the next actor of note. Sally doesn't really have any great scenes but is just by. All accounts of was a tremendous actor. Pete postlethwaite who lived from nineteen forty. Six through two thousand and eleven. I love pete. Yeah he so. If don't recognize the name look him up. You'll recognize that. This tremendous english actor with instantly recognisable from such films as alien three in the name of the father honest odd the sharp films. The loss world drastic park. I believe he was the big game. Hunter character in that yup. Yup he was yup great. Look great actor Again not much of a role for him in this but but he's great and so many other things we have to. We have to point him out. Well the parts in this movie are sort of under written compared to the main two cops. Yeah but the cast members really do do shine through like you were saying with with kim control and ellen armstrong they all kind of bring you to attention now. One interesting thing about about Postlethwaite in this is that he. He's the guy who largely kept out of the spotlight but he passionate about various causes including antiwar protests and environmentalism. Which is which is interesting. Given the you know the the environmental. I don't wanna say theme of this film. But like mild sprinkling to the plot because he starred in film in two thousand nine titled the age of stupid in which quote a failed. Archivist looks old footage from the year. Two thousand and eight to understand why humankind failed to address climate change. so basically. it's a documentary and point in in making the film. They decided they wanted to add up like a fictional near structure to it. Where it's like somebody from the future looking back on today. And they reached out to him because they knew he was great and they knew that he was interested in these causes and he ended up signing up for it and It it allowed the film to just to reach a lot more theaters and really rich breach far more people with its message so it's documentary but has a sifi narrative structure interesting now. There's another character in this movie. That is very weird. But we don't get to until the last ten to fifteen minutes of the movie. Yeah i kept thinking. Did i miss michael j pollard. Because michael j pollard. Who is in this. He plays this rat catcher character. And it's a very small role but he has a very fun seen with our detectives now. Pollard american actor. Live thirty nine through two thousand and nineteen Probably best well known for his One of his earlier roles in bonnie. And clyde why earlier roles but he also was in a lot of tv stuff. Before that. Like andy griffith show classic star trek our hitchcock presents but he was in sixty seven bonnie. And clyde that's one with warren beatty faye dunaway. Yeah yeah the bonnie and clyde. Yeah it's been a long time. Since i've seen that but i can picture it like i remember his character. Pollard was also. He's in a bunch of stuff but he might recognize him from scrooge d- he was in roxanne in one thousand nine hundred seven and some listeners to weird house especially my remember him from rob zombies house of one thousand corpses He was also like a lot of actors of vegetation showed up on tales from the crypt in an episode titled came the dawn so using a lot of stuff Always good all right Just a couple of more to small acting roles of note here. Ian dury places. Jj very small part. But this is ian dury of the blockheads and he was part of the new wave and post punk scene. Live forty two through two thousand. I don't really know him or his work but as a fun easter egg i imagine for some of the music fans out there. I don't remember. jj was in. I think i'm like thirty five percent. Sure he was the bartender. But i don't remember. I just know he's in it. And then there's this also this character in it named pat o'donnell play by an actor by the name of tony steedman or steadman. I'm not sure But this is an english character actor who played socrates and bill and ted. Oh okay yeah so in this. He's just the guy who checks out weapons at the london police department will actually all he does. He says no. You can't have that. And then they grab it behind his back. Yeah he's like that guns too big and they're like no. We're taking we need. Big guns is like all right. I did what. I what could now getting into some of the other people involved. This is also pretty interesting. Because you listen to the musical score on this film and it's for for my point of view it's not bad it's It's at least not you know classical piano but but it's it's you know it's ultimately kind of lukewarm. It has kind of like hell raiser relly hair hell hell raiser since corals of time you know it's got some synth drums and so forth so it works for me. I never hated it. But it's interesting considering what might have been. Oh that's right now. How did you come across this. Next fact to gimme gimme the story. Well there's not much store like a lot of these things. I think i was just reading. I'm too much on down. It was noted that the filmmakers Actually rejected the original score which was composed by the legendary wendy carlos. How could you reject a wendy carlos score. Yeah i mean wendy. Carlos phrase though is is a is a legend basically twofold on one hand. She wrote the scores for that. Like the shining tron clockwork orange. But also just in general. She's a true pioneer of electronic music and the use of the synthesizer. Yeah and is we touched on on your mind before. She's also a great solar photographer. So how could you say no. Yeah it's crazy so the score. They ended up going with. I feel like i is extremely generic To tune to atone tony the standard ominous future drums and drone And i went. And i looked up some clips because you provided a link. There's like an all music page where wendy carlos at some point released a collection of lost themes from movies including a couple of things she composed for this movie. That were never actually made it into the film. Two tracks here are visit to a morgue and return to the morgue which i thought was funny but i checked him out and having heard both side by side. I'm certain her complete score would have been a hundred times better. Absolutely i listened to these tracks as well. And i think they sound great. I'd love to. I'd love to hear the whole thing if you want to listen to these tracks. The album to look up is rediscovering lost scores volume to. I'll try to include a link to it on the the the post i do for this episode. It's music dot com but Yeah it's it's. It's quite good sadly. I don't think you can find this on spotify right when carlos is still alive. I don't know if she's composing anymore. But filmmakers out there. If you have the opportunity to get a wendy carlos score in your movie don't pass it up now. One last interesting individual involved in the creation of split-second stephen langton was involved in the creature design. So some of you might recognize the name this london born effects makeup artist. Who worked on such films as a young sherlock hardware alien three. Jim henson's the storyteller and then he would go on from from this to direct a film titled death machine with brad. Dorf and richard break Before i think any. I don't think i knew who. Richard brake was at that time. But he's he's since gone on to make a name for himself as a reliable Intimidating character actor but he followed this film up. Northington did directing nine thousand nine hundred ninety eight blade. The the film that started all of the the the marvel. Cinematic universe starring. Of course. Wesley snipes now. I know you're kind of a blade head. And i i think i've only seen the original blade once many many years ago like in middle school. And that's that's about all i know. Oh well you need to see it again because it it absolutely holds up I do remember i. I remember a lot of gross scenes where they're like they're like shining a flashlight on a on a big fat vampire to like burn his skin and make him talk. Yup yup. that happened yet. That that's a fun. I love the first two blade movies And and that was that was Norton here but From there he went on to make a film titled the last minute that i don't know anything about and then the film that caused him to i think peace out on directing entirely the league of extraordinary gentlemen but i believe he has continued to work in effects in other areas of filmmaking. I never saw that one but it is notorious. I remember the day that my friends had been out and seen it earlier in the day. And then i was hanging out with them later in the day and they could not stop talking about how awful it was Yeah i never saw it. I read the the graphic novels vile and more and love knows and it has so many tremendous actors in it but Yeah it was. It was apparently no fun for anybody that was involved in it or solid but this brings me to a good point that i feel like we need to make sure we hammer home every now and then as you know between case and mailrooms experiences that we mentioned earlier. I think it's always worth reminding ourselves that it's an endeavor for any motion picture to be made and it's kind of a minor miracle that any creative process of the scope actually reaches completion. And the stresses of of creative projects like this are very real also it. You know surprising. You don't see more pictures where people just have to step away from it. Because it's too much yeah. It's one of the the kind of beautiful things about be cinema emphasized in even great movies like the movie at would about the actual director. Ed would that be movies. To whatever extent they succeed or fail can often be funny. But it's also it's kind of It's kind of magical that they get made it all all right well. Let's get into the into the movie itself This one starts out with an opening. Scroll and opening some texts to read which. I always liked because i feel like that way time. Travelers from the early days of cinema won't be instantly out of place and they go to the movie theater. You know it's gonna be a talkie it's going to be a lot but it's going to start off the old fashioned way with some words on a screen and a and a guy playing the piano in the side of the theater. Yeah basically the. The opening sco is after forty days and nights of torrential rain. The city is largely submerged below water. A result of the devastating effects continued global warming. The warnings ignored for decades of now resulted in undreamed of levels of who are day has become almost endless night. You know. i'll have to check. But i do not recall endless night being one of the one of the proposed consequences of warming climate. No that's day for night. Sometimes yeah this one it also it also brings up the idea that it was just recently rained a lot. We also seems keep like. I thought it was just the fact that london is pretty flooded these days because of rising you know rising sea levels but also some other Sinking issues that have been going on with the city for some time. Yeah we'll so they start while they're showing this text crawl like the star wars thing instead of a star field. It's painting over an aerial shot of a flooded london when you're going sinister tangerine sun flaring in the background. And it's brighter in that opening panning shot than it. Is it any other point in the movie. True true but i did find myself wondering how did they achieve this shot because it does actually look like an aerial shot of london and it does actually look flooded. Yeah they're details you see especially as they sort of reuse this footage later in the film you can see like oh yeah. That's that looks like a lake over here and you know they didn't do it. Digitally this is nineteen ninety one. Yeah so i was wondering what was going on there mean Did they did london actually flood at some point in this was real footage of it that they digitally altered somehow to. I don't know but it's convincing. It does set the stage and again the the the said the city is just a flooded mass throughout this entire picture. You buy completely. It's not like they just give you this bit of world building and then that is is ignored for the rest of the film. Though it's present in virtually every shot The and one thing. I like is that before you see the title of the movie. You just see rutger hauer red letters as it should be. Yeah but then when the when the title of the movie comes up it looks really funny. Yeah for a film was such a strong sense of its own aesthetics. The title card is looks really. The letters are like these big blue balloons. Like there should be floating in the sky of mario brothers level. Yes yes and it's so. It's it says split-second but i was experience a kind of a kind of selective dyslexic effect where it was hard for me. Do not see the title as spilt second and then also because of the the way the l. and the capital. I come together a spot. Second can like the celebrity jeopardy foreign flicks problem. And i've just now wondered for the first time. What is the significance of the title. Split-second i don't think it has any significance at all other than it. Just implies a pacing that is is largely backed up by the picture you know stuff is just and characters or especially stone. It just has a gut level response to everything so i guess that's the extent of it. Yeah the the movie might as well be called exciting exciting so they didn't take long for howard to pop up. Here's a lot of screen time in this. And the first think we see of him is. He's walking up in leather scratching. His groin putting on a pair of shades He's got a big old gun and then shortly thereafter my fave one of my favorite sequences in the film he lights his cigar with a blow. Torch then gets out of his vehicle calls a dog a dickhead on his way into a grimy nightclub. For some reason it's just so it's such a funny scene like when i saw that scene the first time i watched the film i was like. Oh my god i i. I'm watching all this. I'm in before he gets in the car. We just get this corridor advancing seen. This is our introduction to our tag nest and god his costume so he's got the the sci-fi stumper boots i guess these are these are actual all weather boots of some kind. I don't know what they're called. But they're the ones with a bunch of straps and buckles poking out all over the place and then we get holster vision like an extreme close up of all his different holsters in the guns in them. Of course he's wearing a long coat right calf coat because hey how else are they going to know that you're bad. Yeah despite it'd be like really humid looking in the city. Like i don't know it just seems like the smell i don't you would not want to wear that code. I don't think And then and then he's wearing just plastic pants with a gut stabber silver belt buckle. Looks like if he bins over to tie. Shoes is going to cause internal bleeding in his large intestine. Yeah yeah and you don't get the sense that he's purchased any new. This character has not purchased any new clothing since he's let himself go right exactly Sunglasses with tiny frames like the beady little circular frames about the size of a quarter like they simultaneously like they kind of look cool. But it's also funny. yeah Cigar in mouth at all times. Just pathological oral fixation never leaves his lips yep constantly just a halo of smoke around his head so in a way. He's kind of a token sci-fi pucci. Yeah yeah but but again. It's rutger hauer any. He manages to strike that balance. Where it you know you in any given. You're either buying into the coolness or noticing again the wink in his performance. And and or the writing a so. Here's a question. I don't know if you have an answer to maybe if you don't maybe the listeners can add some input. Where does the long coats as cool thing. Come from in movies where you got a character. Who's just a real like just bad to the bone he's gotta wear like a calf length coat. That's a great question. I don't know but it's it's been around for a while at this point. It doesn't seem to be going away anytime soon. Like it was already in place at this. Time really realized in Matrix chic but yeah but this was way before that and it was definitely movies even before this. I don't have an answer for that. Maybe that's one we can. Our listeners will have some some insight on. Oh and also this movie is if anybody out there is actually like a gun owner or into Firearm safety at all. This movie will just make you shudder. Because all rutger hauer does is just walk around swinging big guns all over the place and tossing them around like duffle bags. Yup yup Gesturing with He'll stick a gun in your face for the virtually no reason play around. Yeah i do character other characters to pick up on. This This recklessness and start engaging in it And boy there's some big leave. The guns look good in this like the these are some some video game. ask weapons. He has this pistol that just looks like a big just sifi cannon and later these like many gun looking combat shotgun things. it's Pretty crazy yeah. You're not joking about that. They they literally have like. It's like a mini gun barrels a multiple barrels in the rotating. I don't know what you call that piece but like like like what Jesse ventura has in in predator. Except it's supposed to be shotgun barrels. Yeah like a shotgun gatling gun. Yeah and then at the very beginning so we see him coming down the corridor showing off his cool look and then he gets into a jeep and drives away and of course we see that his car is just a rolling sti- it is full of garbage mostly coffee cups and the containers of sugary products. There's like he's a one brand guy when it comes to these sugary things. I think maybe there donuts or chocolate balls but like when we say that he lives on a diet like this directly from the film that they say that he lives on a diet of what caffeine sugar and zion anxiety. No caffeine no sugar chocolate anxiety or is it sugar. I think coffee sugar or sugar. Chocolate and anxiety. Yeah maybe yeah. I think so. And so that's like literally if he's not smoking and or if he's smoking he's also liable to be consuming chocolate And putting tons of sugar is a scene where he fills up his coffee office. And it's just like thirty percent sugar and then the rest is coffee. Yeah and so. He's driving around. You mentioned that. He's on his way to this filthy nightclub. He's going to but also for some reason at the very beginning. It's it's not established why this is at all. He's being pursued by police so he is a police detective but he's also like while he's driving around there are cops chasing him being like where's harley stone going just unbeatable. Yeah but he ends up at this dirty nightclub. He has to enter through like a corrugated aluminum sewer tunnel. That has a bunch of wet socks dangling from the walls and I don't know what the deal with that was but he goes inside. He's told there's a two drink minimum any orders. Two coffees with extra sugar and he seems to be here trying to scope things out. It's like he's got a sixth sense that there is a there is doing a foot in the club and he's just scope and around and eventually ends up Trying to make a phone call. I think but it's hard to understand what he's saying on the phone because he's still got the cigar in his mouth. He's not here for fun. Though. 'cause i don't think harley stone does not anymore no. He does not go to the club to party. He goes to the club to find the killer. Yeah and he's looking for somebody. I guess the killer. But then meanwhile there's a scream and we find. That woman has been murdered in the bathroom. There's blood splattered everywhere. Her heart has been removed. And there is there are words. I'm back scrawled on the mirror in blood. Yeah and this is one of many scenes that will come in this film where a filthy environment is sprawled with blood in it. it looks. It looks great like it. This film the man again. The aesthetics of this film are are are pretty tremendous. And there's something about like it has a almost erotic fixation on blood and death And and you see the first taste of it in this this scene and we see that harley stolen the character is also fixated. Because he's he he's not just on a case he is obsessed. He starts chasing down the blood trail. That's running out of the bathroom. He's freaking out. He's pointing his gun at random people as he runs through these alleys. Other police are trying to join in and help him. I think but he's screaming at them to get out of his way and a here. I believe we have a classic case of taking it. Too personal yup. He's taken it too personal. She is personal. That's right you can't stop. He's the best even if he is taken it too personal and the whole chase we get this dum dum. We hear a heart beating in heavy breathing. That suggested a psychic connection somehow between the killer and harley stone but i somehow he gets subdued i think he ends up like on a fire escape. Just kinda i dunno hyperventilating in leaning against the railing and then we cut to the fan boats. You know the by u boats except they're out on the thames and we hear the chief of police thrasher talking to this other guy. We get some backstory on harley stone. Is he talking to Dick durkin i think so yeah. He's preparing him because again he's the best we've got to use him but we need a good cop to pal around with him to keep keep tabs on him and keep him from getting out of hand right. We need a nerd cop to put a leash on the loose cannon cop yup and So it's just perfect cop movie cliches but on a fan vote and on the thames and thrasher talks about how how it took four officers to subdue harley stone. Now he's in lockup and dick durkin is so curious. What happened to harley sewn to make him this way and thrasher says well a serial killer murdered his partner foster three years ago and he was there when it happened and dick says ou was it. Survivor's guilt and thrasher says not just plain guilt. He had an affair with foster's wife left her hit. The booze went over the edge. Now he lives on. Here's the quote anxiety coffee and chocolate. Yeah oh and they specified that. He's worked in every hell hole in the world and he's been fired from all of them and they say he's the best. What are these other. Hell holes. I wonder it's like this whole the whole universe of of harley stone adventures. We don't know anything about right. So he's worked in like every city in the world or something or own ones that are hell holes. Which are those yet just every like flooded monster. Ridden metropolis on earth. I guess we may have missed her. Chance for for a prequel. That's like the adventures of harley stone in in i don't know new orleans or something. Yeah i don't know who the young rutger hauer would be. I mean it's he can't really replace him. Yeah so harley stones back in the station. He's raging against the bars and lockup rattling them and then he gets out eventually and he's getting coffee and here we get one of the great coffee scenes where he puts slayton eighteen spoonfuls of sugar. And and then we we meet Pete postlewait and they have a big confrontation just cleared that That rutger and pete do not like one another right. I think it's later revealed. That pete's character was also the slain partners best friend and so he holds it against him right. And then there's a great chief chew out seen So he gets invited into the chiefs office get Harley stone gets chewed out. We hear all about how he's a loose cannon. How he's taken it too personal. How he's off the force. Then here's your new partner. Yep and the new partner of course is dick. Durkin the nerd from oxford who is getting filled in on the case. And he's like. I thought we were dealing with psychotic not a psychopath but the scoop on dick durkin is that. He's an expert on serial killers. He's a sort of lily livered. College boy who went to oxford and harley stone does not like him. I think harley stone i think clearly believes that the book learning is weak and puny. Well it's like any kind of premeditation is puny stoned again. He rules from the gut. He he's he's just all action and no chill. His brain is just a like an exploding rat of anxiety. Fueled with caffeine and sugar and then oh oh and then so. Can you explain to me what you think is implied to have happened in the following scene. Because after right after the chew out harley stone goes back to his desk and there's just a cooler with a heart in it. They're like a cooler. Full of ice has gotta chewed up heart. And i don't know why it's on ice because this is not going to be successful transplant. Or like donor organ has had a bite taken out of it but for some reason it's on ice in a cooler sitting right next to his desk or to understand that this heart has been delivered by the killer to his desk. I think okay so out of picture. I would say. This is a clear sign of an earlier draft of the of the plot. I think at one point the screenplay did not have a monster in it and it was just a serial killer Flake or a serious zero or story. I think if i'm going to try and read into the movie. I'm going to live within the narrative of the film. The monster killer villain must have hired at delivery service to deliver this heart and it must have stolen the cooler and some ice from a local store in order just to mess with stone. Why the ice. The heart's not going to be used for anything. I think based the out of out of picture the reason is because it looks really cool glistening among the is you know it's a beautiful one of these things that again things that are dead or bleeding in this film are the only things that are beautiful. Aside from kim cottrell. Everything else is grizzly and dirty. Yeah and and and so. I think that's the real reason otherwise. I guess just shock value just to be like. Hey here's this heart on ice. Maybe the dewey glistening cubes of isis they slowly melts into a puddle they symbolize the fleeting -ness of human life. I guess so yeah i. It's impossible to say with this monster slash killer. Hey everybody. today's episode is sponsored. By all which. I'm very happy about because i am an audible user. 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There's a part where a murder gets called in and they go to investigate the murder and it's like on the top floor of an apartment building and we see the harley stone has trouble climbing the stairs. I guess because he's out of shape and he has to stop for a cigar halfway out of breath gotta stop and smoke right. But so we find. There's another victim of the killer up in this apartment. It's a twenty eight twenty eight year old man. Who has had his heart. Torn out and stolen. Somehow knows intuitively. What the time of death was. And this is one of the hints. Picking up on the thing at the club earlier that there's a psychic connection between harley stone and the killer. Yeah oh and here we get. There is a really funny part here with her. Sister rat execution like Half the partner he hardly stone pulls out his gun and it looks like he's about to shoot dick durkin in the face but instead he shoots right over his shoulder to shoot a rat that was going to bite him or something. It was a month. It looked like a monster rat too because there are plenty of live rats in this picture but it right before he shoots it. It looks like it's a like a puppet rat and looks extra gross so i don't know You know couch that within the narrative as you will Oh and clearly the the killer is trying to send a message with these crimes because they're multiple messages for stone. His dead former partners gun is at the scene of this crime. And there is an occult symbol in blood on the ceiling and dirk and immediately starts coming up with theories about this. He's i guess he knows all about astrology. And he's like it's the symbol of scorpio used in the cult. Yeah there's a lot of a colt nonsense. That are brought up his. They try and figure out this killer. Oh and then there's there's a great moment where They get they get to harley stone. A dental cast based on the bites on the heart. And it's a giant beast mouth but still after this everybody's talking about a serial killer like this isn't just an obvious piece of evidence that it's a monster they're dealing with your. Is this a serial killer they panthers head because as we'll we'll find out later and becomes increasingly clear this is not a human. We're going up against this is a monster. This is essentially a brindle beast. Yeah and meanwhile some things happen harley stone has another like the anxiety attack in an alley and start shooting his gun randomly at the sky. I think he has to get talked down But eventually finally we get to meet. Kim control So highly stone goes to. I think the grave of his former partner is that right. Yeah and she's there. She's placing memento on his grave. Is she supposed to be his dead. Partner's widow i. I might have missed that. Yes because they've previously had a relationship right okay. Well as soon as he arrives she shows concern for his well being. She observes that he is he. He is not The cleanest or the most well rested and that that he needs carrying four. I think yeah the opposite. They go back to this apartment. They go back to his filthy apartment. That just looks like the inside of a of an unethical animal enclosure it is it is. I mean it like every scene in this film. It's like they went wild decorating it. There's so many grisly details in this this pigsty that he lives inc including live pigeons. Live rats yes live. Pigeons live rats. I so few other details. I want to run by to make sure i'm not mistaken here. Number one does he keep his gun in a refrigerator. Yes though we don't have a clear indication that the refrigerator is on okay he. He's just using a broken refrigerator shelf. Yeah he has an actual refrigerator inc which he keeps other foul things but there's like a convenient store refrigerator that might not be plugged up. It has a shotgun some ammo and okay. That's what i thought. And then also yeah. The apartments full of live pigeons and motorcycles. There just his. His apartment is full of motorcycles. How motorcycle signs as well. Yes how did he get them in there. Did he get those harley. Davidsons up the steps. I guess so And then also we. At one point we see inside his refrigerator which seems to contain exclusively coffee and then like mud and it's just a big just a big canister of mud that has spilled everywhere chocolates in there or perhaps don't know there there's chocolate things that he eats out of those little bags so the refrigerator has those bags in there and Yeah and also these thou- looking chocolates and so basically as soon as they get to his apartment. While kim controls still surveying the land of disgust she She falls asleep on the couch with a cigarette burning right next to his eye. She has to go put it out for him But i think the implication is this this filthy down on his luck cop Just just needs his own his own personal kim control to help make his house into a home. Yeah she's real. She's not tremendously disgusted by this environment. No she she. She's kind of rolls with it. Yeah despite being like this angelic. Being really yeah. Oh at some point. Also i think to emphasize how dirty he is. He combs his hair with like shoe polish. Brush yup yup because he grows groom himself. He's not like you know completely abandoned self care but what is self care he does. It's reckless and in the wrong places. Like at a bar at some point later durkin and harley stone or driving around trying to like out macho each other rutger. Hauer is derisively tossing aside books that he finds in the car. The implication i think is that like books are for weak puny men. Yep yep i think this is also the same where we find out that the durkan has sex every night That is what he claims though. You wonder if he's just trying to impress harley stone stone is doubtful. Oh and then there. Is this fascinating strengths. Meanwhile they're out doing so. I don't remember what they're doing. They're driving somewhere. And we see kim cottrell back at harley stones rancid cell and she finds a bunch of chocolates that are just stuck to the outside of the filthy refrigerator in the shape of a heart. And then she plucks one off of the refrigerator facade and she it disgusting. Yeah this this made no sense that you would like. Why are they stuck there. Why are they being stored there again in a place that clearly. Pigeons and rats have access to It seems like a terrible movie even if you want ready access to your chocolate and then for her to be like oh this is fine. This is normal. I'm hungry for chocolate. Oh wait no no. I remember where they were going now. This is when they're going out to get quote breakfast but they go to like the the moody nightclub. That's playing nights in white satin. Yeah and that's where shaves shaves over his plate at the bar but they're getting work done they're figuring out what the killer might be right. Durkin has a theory. He thinks that he's like i think you in this killer on the same psychic wavelength. What sign are you. And it's revealed that he's a scorpio and durkin has all kinds of astrological theories about win the killer strikes And then meanwhile there is a tense scene where the killer breaks into harleys apartment. While kim control is taking a shower. It's very psycho. And he's sneaking around doing his heartbeat thing and of course harley gets a bad feeling You know get through psychic connection and human durkan run back to the apartment. they're rushing up to the rescue. I was really afraid. Kim control was going to be killed but nope instead they heard her scream earlier but she screamed because the water got cold and instead somebody somewhere else in the building. Their heart ripped out so stone and durkin and then a lot happens really fast. We we find somebody else with their heart ripped out Durkin gets blasted with shotgun by the killer and what looks like. He's blasted through a window with it. So you just think he's dead at that point and then yeah yeah he. He goes out the window after getting hit like in the belly with a scattergun and then we also find out. Kim cottrell gets bitten on the shoulder by the monster. Somehow we do not. We do not see that happen though. They're still talking about this being a a a human killer and again this is one of the things where like i think the script like your singer like the earlier drafts are showing through. Because are we understand in the final version of the movie that the monster shot durkan with a shotgun. Yes yes and if you i was watching for it this time and it's the shotgun is clearly held by monstrous hands so our monster is clearly capable of utilizing modern tools. Well like the the cooler that see some through a shipping service but also he can handle shotgun. Okay all right but anyway we find out after this big shootout we find out. Everybody's okay is in fact is not dead. He's like. Haven't you ever heard of a bulletproof vest and kim controls okay and but harley stone has another panic attack again he starts freaking out in the alley and he has to get sedated by cops and i have to say it is kind of interesting to see hero. Suffer a panic attack in a film like split-second now like a believable panic attack. You know not like and not one that reeks of like Mccheese mo all that much because generally a film like this. It's kind of a rule that stress never gets on top of your hero. You know rare. They're they're they're up for the battle you know it's like beowulf doesn't have a panic attack So i don't really in a way. It's kind of a nice human element that that harley stone is is human enough to be able to stay on top of it all yeah. It is unusual so he is gruff and absurdly macho in that class. A cop protagonist style but he also clearly has real anxiety issues like to the point. Where is a medical intervention here. Because he's having such a panic attack. The that does not seem usual. I can't think of other examples of that. Maybe there's some But oh and then we get a good flashback scene. Where it's revealed that he saw his partner get slaughtered by the killer. He just like the walking around in ankle. Deep water in some gross place and and his partner just gets yanked down under the water and then the killer somehow malls him Malls harley stone leaving a big scratch on his arm and then after After harley stone comes to later and sees the big scar going down from his shoulder to his arm and he's like that's it. That's the psychic connection but back at the station. There's another great chief. Chew out scene where they're suddenly just an exposition dump there there. We gotta move this plot along so there you find out that during the gun fight earlier rutger hauer shot the killer a bunch of times and yet it's still alive so something's up and then they also get some lab reports back where they said that the killers dna is polymorphic. It has the dna of all its previous victims. Put together including harley stone. I think from when he got scratched by it and it has his dead former partners fingerprints and has like rat. Dna rat virus dna. Yup this scene is a is a supreme pizza. They're getting everything all the topic. Click all the boxes. Yes oh and then there's a great so right after this. There's a great scene. Were durkan and harley stone go to the morgue because they realize oh the. The killer didn't manage to get the last victims heart. the heart is still in them. So so they're like oh it's gonna come back to the morgue and try to get the heart so they go to the morgue. This is actually kind of a cool looking. Seen the way it set up with all the plastic. And they're these nasty like iv bags everywhere but otherwise it's a very sterile and white environment because again this film it. There's an eroticism of death. So the cleanest holiest place holiest seen in the entire film. The holiest setting is the morgue. This is it feels like a heaven with corpses in it and since. They're returning to the more here. I think this would have been the occasion for wendy carlos's returned to the morgue theme which you can hear a clip of online. Yeah and once again. We wish we'd had that score But so they're creeping around trying to find things they end up pointing their guns at some unwitting lab technician Who's like ooh what's going on. And then there is a really funny part where they start. They start to see that the ceiling panels or jiggling. And i think that means oh the monsters up there and they have to face the monster and there's a big scene where they start shooting at it while it's running around and eventually escapes but durkin having now confronted the monster. Firsthand is a changed man. Yes and here. We get to probably my favorite part of the whole film the conversion yes This is amazing. Yeah this is where it so durkan has encountered the killer and shaking by this and he goes what is kind of a a religious conversion and stone is here to guide him along the way. So he's like that anxiety. You're feeling now we'll hear you. First of all that is good. That will feel you but you need more fuel. You need these chocolates. Eat this chocolate rank of this burnt coffee. That's thirty percent sugar. And now let's get you a giant gun right out of you know some ridiculous video game. This is the harley stone way and this is how you're going to live your life from here on out and i am not exaggerating chocolate sugar. Coffee and the guns from doom. And he converts him to the religion of harley stone. And you're a thousand percent correct. Yeah stays converted for the rest of the picture. It's beautiful andy. Basically reverts to adolescent. So he he really starts loving harley stones motorcycles in this apartment assets on them and he goes like broom broom yup yup and he's keeps mumbling. It's like a mantra. he's like we. We need big freaking guns. We need big freaking guns big freaking guns and he. He also starts addressing like harley stone. He i don't remember when the starts but he puts on a big leather coat. Yup so i get this. It's so like this is. This was no accident that this is. This is brilliant. And then i guess maybe after this point i'm going to describe the plot unless less detail but we'll just say it goes into third act overdrive and there are various people. Getting kidnapped. durkin gets kidnapped and then harley stone goes back to get him michelle. mcclain gets kidnapped. Kim control she goes missing and then they're trying to find her. There's a great part where after durkin has been kidnapped to the monster has apparently like carved all of this like a cult symbolically into his chest and then they realize like wait. It's not a cult symbols. It's a map and they're like holding a map up to his chest while he's bleeding tests leading chess. It looks awful. I go to the emergency room. But you know it's like all right. Bundle up up some chocolate. We're going out in the field. And there's a big set piece at the end where they have to go rescue him control in like a flooded subway tunnel and they confront the monster and there are various kinds of like traps and weapons. Setups use against him. They try to use electricity and they try to use explosives and then in the end. This was totally inexplicable to me. Did you understand why harley stone was able to do a temple of doom style reverse heart ripping on the monster. I think it was I think it's kind of like when. Obi won battles general grievous like general grievous damaged enough in the battle there'll be ones able to to target The the the inner weak spot. Okay So i think that's basically what's happened. Here is like all the their attempts to blow him up. Shoot him and to electrocute in. It managed to expose the heart enough that he was able to reach in and pull this grotesque like black just solid black heart out of the monster that continues to beat like nonstop after he rips it out and then he shoots it while it's in his hand point blank. Looks like he would have shot his finger off yes But was one of my favorite things about this movie. I kept thinking like okay. So what are we going to find out about the monster in the end. We're gonna find out like it's his former partner as or something like that but nope it's like it has no. It's not any character we previously knew. It doesn't really have any causal connection to anything else that happens in the story. It's only really apparently after harley stone just because they happen to have met before like it's just a random monster yeah but but it's increasingly difficult to try and figure out what this monster is supposed to be because we have all of these strange qualities that are brought up some to oftentimes conflicting so we know it's humanoid but not human lives in the sewers and flooded ruins. It has rat dna but it also has dna from all of its victims so some sort of a gene steeler its intelligent et knows. Human language knows a cult symbolically. It can use weapons and tools and delivery services But it's also this total grendel monsters. A your killer. It has monster hands and monster teeth were largely left to assume it is completely organic and or naked but in one of the rare glimpses. We see that it has this kind of motorcycle. Visor of head. That makes you think well. Maybe it's part robot or something or costumer something as well. It looks like a cross between the zeno morph venom and like judge. Dredd with the helmet. Well more specifically reminds me of judge death. I believe one of the foul evil judges where he had like the big teeth. Underneath a yeah. I think that's judged. I may have my judges. I don't know judge dredd world all that just been like yes. You're exactly right. It's head does look like a helmet with a solid black visor. Yeah and on top of that it. It may think it's the devil or is the devil. It eats human hearts. There's a psychic connection between it and the people it's harmed or at least with stone it's it is itself obsessed with the occult and the chinese zodiac. It's active during the year of the rat and again it's weird. Black heart continues to beat outside. Its body so you're left asking. What exactly is this thing. Human killer mutate into this in the sewers it. A an emergent har- genetically engineered monster an alien. We just don't know. Is it a rat virus that took on bodily form. What was the part about it. Being a rat virus just like one line about that. Yeah again Perhaps all these rewrites the caused but ultimately i really liked this. I love not knowing what this thing is because again monstrosity is often about category confusion and this monster is confusing. Yes yes. There's a chaotic ambiguity about it. And i find that i really liked that. It's it's emerged from the inhuman realm and humans are able to kill it possibly a stinger with the bubbles but human fails any attempt to comprehend it and so it it has this kind of pure monstrosity to it that that works and and they also don't shoot it we don't see much of it so there's a lot of mystery regarding what it is. Yeah i wouldn't change a thing Oh one thing. I forgot to mention that. I thought was great about the conversion to the religion of harley. Stone is that you also see after. The plot is resolved like further religious disciplining to keep him on the path because durkan at one point they ask after. They've beaten the monster. I think him control says is it dead and durkan's existential that's difficult to answer. Philosophy of death is one of my hobbies and then they both the yellow them like dirk. And the implication is that oh it sounds like he's reverting do his puny milk soft intellectual personality and they need to like you know. Whip him to make sure he adheres to the harley stone path yeah eat some chocolate and have some more of coffee and cigars right now Yeah i feel like the harley. The harley's stone way is also similar to like my taste in films and perhaps someone out there might nights the one of the film's we cover on weird house and for the first time in experience similar conversion. You know like something has shaken you. Something has changed after seeing film like split second or mad love or teens in the universe. What do i do now. Well let us recommend this cinematic diet of chocolate brain. Jarring coffee and violent excess. Yeah but that code on. Put this code on have done this motorcycle. Get you some plastic pants. Yeah so this is really fun. I recommend it. Let's see places to see it. Oh i think we both watched it streaming on amazon prime. It's part of the prime Streaming plan right now at least in the united states. It's probably i think it's one of these films is alternately available. Wherever you buy or rent things digitally yeah. I forgot to check if there is like a really good blu ray or anything of it. But i hope there is if not there should be one way and i thought you. I thought the last time you watched it. You rented it from video drome. No last time. We're did i our local video store were yes. You can still rent movies on disc. Yeah excellent place. Why would have rented it there. Oh well you know. I take that back there is. This is not the the addition that i rented if i did rent it. But there is a very handsome looking blu ray of this available now criteria knock criterion Looks like it's mvp Not familiar with that. But it has some wonderful brand new art on the cover. That looks absolutely snazzy Looks like this came out. Oh this just came out in august of last year So i would say yeah. Check this out. I feel kind of foolish for not picking this up on blu ray now and it looks like oh my goodness. It has audio commentary series. It has a bunch of stuff on it. so yeah. if you're in into this go check it. Out the tagline on the cover so a few things about the box art i think this is the original box are the may have the new version may have something more elaborate. Yeah first of all the old box. Art looks like a sega genesis game. Yes you see that. And then second i want to talk about the taglines says rutger hauer split-second says he's seen the future. Now he has to kill it and he does. He kills the future. Oh and it also says he'll need bigger guns. It's like they couldn't decide so they included both possible taglines. Yeah i think so. Yeah this this blu. Ray looks impressive And has a me poster. The comes with with the original style. Vhs art work. But i don't say anything about a windy carlos score being an option on there so sadly that will remain lost to history. If you got connections in the film world you want to put out a new remastered version of split-second with the all new original wendy carlos score would pay top dollar for that disc. Yeah we're talking thirty forty bucks. Yeah so making that all right What are we going to go ahead and close this one out. But we'd love to hear from everyone out there you know people who saw split-second back in the day when it came out people who've discovered since then What are your thoughts on the film. the performances Yeah everything's on the table In the meantime if you want to check out other episodes of weird house cinema This publishes every friday in the stuff to blow your mind. podcast feed. You can find that feed wherever you get your podcast and we just ask that you rate review and subscribe As i have been doing if you go to somew- music dot com that's sem uta 'em us ic- dot com That's a little personal blog. 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Episode 11- Nighthawks

365 Movies in 365 Days: A Daily Movie Podcast

06:32 min | 1 year ago

Episode 11- Nighthawks

"Eight hundred sixty five movies in three hundred sixty five days in my name is Jose. You're grateful oath how everybody doing today hopefully everybody. He is doing fine and wonderful. No matter where in the world you currently are at so in today's show I Kinda WanNa talk about <hes> a legendary actor who passed away today. Today was announced that legendary Dutch actor Rutger Hauer our had passed away now he had passed away today. I believe he had passed away. I WANNA say last week but it was only today that it was announced now. If you're not familiar with the actor you probably are you just don't know it now for most most movie fans he is mostly well known for his role in bladerunner but he had also been in the hitter Hobo with shotgun in many many many other on grade Hollywood and Dutch films <hes> which always brings me back to the fact that he was in one of my favorite seventies movies Turkish delight and to add to that the other movie that I really always enjoyed him in was soldier of Orange. It's another great are Dutch with the ear of cancers another one that should really be more remembered but today I WanNa talk about a movie that really resonated with me when I saw it as a as a kid for the first time and always surprised. Is has how it's been mostly forgotten and that is nighthawks now. nighthawks was a nineteen eighty-one movie with Billy Dee Williams and several sister loan well it should be several loan then billy Dee Williams right anyways and it had a I promise that today sounds pretty standard but in one thousand nine hundred one was kind groundbreaking now it didn't completely take great use of this premise but it did what it could for nineteen eighty-one standard so what is the movie all about well the movies about detective play by Williams and Salone who become part of a new anti-terrorist squad and who are after terrorists who season South as speaker for people who cannot speak for themselves see here's here's the thing before this movie terrorists were always seen as either crazy loan bombers who were going to blow up for personal reasons or for money they were never seen as people who had an idea and a crusade. You could say you know they weren't people on a mission to speak for others. They were easily people who were in it for themselves and so nighthawks resented terrorists in a new different light and I don't think we were ready at that time to hear that message. Even though the movie like I said was a success modestly a lot of people didn't like it and that included the studio who massively cut down on the movie the other person who didn't like this was the loan. Alone see here's the thing Hauer was at this point an unknown in America. At least he had been in his you know in his native countries a great actor however this was his debut for Hollywood pictures and he he had a great performance so much so that when the movie was tasked rained audiences really resonated with his character will guess who didn't like that stallone and so stallone had the movie re edited to include the more scenes of him and the little bed less power and so we go from how're being a character that we kinda understand his motives to one well his motive seem China half empty and stallone the star in it's a shame because it's a great movie that could've been could explored a lot more about what they do because this was in just a guy who was ready to bomb and blow things up because he wanted a million dollars or because you know something stupid you know this was a guy who wanted the attention to be put on a subject a cause a organization something that meant more than just one person and that was unique. I remember watching this movie for the first time in about nineteen. I think it was about nineteen eighty-seven eighty eight it was in the late eighties. I know for that my Stepdad who was a huge salone fan <hes> would put it on for us any chance. Ansi could and I just gravitated to her. I thought it was a cool movie with lots of great a fact while not affects but stunts I should say but the person who always drew me in was Howard his villain was someone on who was he was the star a movie every seen that he was in you were drawn towards them. You wanted to know more about his character and even though stallone did his vast to you know but the the the light back on him I don't think were are you still ended up with a character who you could you couldn't agree with him and you couldn't say yeah. His motives are a little weird but you know he has valley points no but you knew he was in your typical brain dead villain he was complex and that was knew that was completely new you know under the old days that wouldn't have flown but he was a character who was a little bit more complex and it made for a better movie Hauser's going to be remembered for a Lotta great things and a lot of great movies like the forementioned bladerunner but I hope I read you hope that there is a little bit of space there for Nighthawks if you've never seen nighthawks this is a great time to pick up this movie because it is a great action movie movie in the show note. I'm GonNa put where you can find it in how you can get your hands on nighthawks. It is great movie like I said I weighed to recommend in. It's a great tribute to a great actor. Thank you for joining me on three hundred sixty five movies in three hundred sixty five days where we look at one movie every single day you can follow us on facebook twitter instagram and any other social media platform that you can think of you can get our podcast on apple podcasts spotify.

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83: #HandmaidHalloween2018 Special Pt 1

Mayday: The Handmaid's Tale Podcast

53:17 min | 3 years ago

83: #HandmaidHalloween2018 Special Pt 1

"Erode Justin Kiana here. How are you doing? Pretty good. Are you before we get started with the podcast today with tell you about our sponsor fats, it fun, a quarterly subscription box seasonal as they like to see. So for those who don't know their, it's like a fashion, beauty, lifestyle kind of box. That's a good description. I've gotten some small exercise equipment nail polish that us all the time. Beauty, curly hair things. Thank you. Hey, do I have? I have a lot of currently hair through in curly hair is alive as anybody who hasn't knows. Now, the other thing I know that they make a point about this boxes that these are full size. These are like sampling as man. They are fancy brands as electrical. Them me the normal. I get everything at target chopper it's kind of nice to get a little surprise in the mail that it just feels a little more upscale retail, retail. If we got all this stuff, it'd be like two hundred bucks. It's like, yes, I think I think over two hundred bucks every full-sized. Yes. And so the rebels fifty bucks, which is awesome. If you used a coupon code, mayday at fab, fun dot com can get a discount how much discount can the get ten dollars off your first thoughts to nose off? I bought this pretty good. So right now I think they're on the fall box. Again, winters will be shipping soon. I think we're going gonna get a winter box. Yeah, I had a winter box last share and it came with a, what do you call him a poncho that I use like every day at my office wear men's, that the thermometer and it's really cold. So yeah, it's it's, I get a lot of compliments on it. So head over to fabs it fun dot com and use coupon code may ten dollars off your first box. Fun duck. Oh everybody. Justin, welcome to the latest episode of mayday. Just a quick word for me before we get started. This is going to be a Burt one of a two part episode breaking down a couple scary movies in honor of Halloween. So what you're going to hear today is down on, I talk about scary. Movies are relationship, scary movies, and start off our top five movies that truly. Truly scared us. So that'll be a lot of fun and the movie that we're going to be reviewing today. I is a user pick from Instagram. We put out a little poll out there to see what you guys really were scared of as far as horror movies were concerned, and we got kind of AO wildcard, pick that we weren't expecting a movie called the hitter from nineteen Eighty-six starring Rutger Hauer see Thomas how and Jennifer Jason Leigh now wasn't expecting much out of this movie. But as you will hear, we were pleasantly surprised. I guess you could put it. So check it out, enjoy this. And then we'll be back with part two on Halloween day or evening depending on when you listen to it with our review of the movie, two thousand fifteen, the witch enjoy. Him one. Attila Justin, it's time for me it. This is a special edition of mayday. The book very excited. I'm very excited 'cause we both have a very special relationship to the genera under which would be discussing tonight yet when I might you wouldn't, you wouldn't do this Sean. I know it's big, it's big shift. We said, your wife I used to talk about going to the movie is bringing you guys on letting you guys go season romantic comedy, and we, we would go see the scary movie. So tonight is very special version of Mehta in that we are going to do an entire podcast about scary movies. 'cause you know Holloway in coming up in scary. Movies will be all around, but so Tina. And I. Like scary movies. I did not use like scary movies as on, has attested to will get into that a little bit more. D- things have shifted, but neither of our spouses watch them or want to watch them the app. So FM at funny the other day you said I wanna watch a scary movie in a place where I don't have to watch it by myself with headphones on. Yes, we can totally relate him dark with had funds attached to my Roku remote. This is how I normally experienced Gary movies. It's not the same note is not the same also limits like I can't. I can't watch the truly really scary ones that I know are gonna scare the show of the situation. Why can't I need a person watching harder? Yes. Okay. I need a co watcher Nico watcher mitt. What makes you feel better about having a co watcher than I have lake reassurance that like. It's not real and I don't know it just it all your head a little bit by looking over go. There's a there is another living breathing human. That's not zombie or killer clown, or what have you. So is actually part of the larger idea. We have of doing some additional non high Handmaid's tale kind of culturally podcasts where we talked about, because you know, we do still thinks we like like stuff outside of the Handmaid's tale thing. We don't like go into a cave and then come out much the Handmaid's to me, it really like the movie out of it obviously, but we do watch other things. Yeah, so I came up with this and we've talked about it in. We're totally down. So here we go. So the plan is is what we're gonna do. We've done a top five list, but some very excited to discuss may. Five is not five. Well, neither does mind, so it's gonna be okay. None of your surprised to hear this is him at posted this on Instagram to get some user input for one of the movies that we're gonna watch tonight on what movie gives the top five of what actually scared the crap out. He like movies, a truly scared because there's some movies that are scary, but afterwards really stick with you. But I wanna know from what really, really stuck with us tonight. I have more than five. You have more than five over-discuss in love it. So. After that, we're going to watch one of our user recommended movies. I followed by another scary movie and we're gonna talk about him in between just to kind of get an idea of what we thought about them, and we'll talk about some other stuff to just along the way hijinks ensue like they do. You okay with that plan? Yes. Are laughing hydrogen to a, they always ensue for sure. Okay. But before we do that, let's talk about our costume contest that we got going on our second annual annual costume content. Look at the real thing. It is a real thing. So guessing sponsors this year feminist club who we love enjoy under super excited to be promoting day. Tell you I subscribed Anonima really, really excited. Awesome. Yes, you can go car is going to be littered with them to stickers. I mean, I gotta have another one. Join my RGB's sticker oil. Really let all of the people in traffic behind me, know where I stand. Yes, they're very cool. 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It's not just surfing month, right? It was forever. Yes, so thank you. Killing him. Who is the creator feminist club now also just for bonus fact, there is also Catt sticker club, which is the sister club of feminist Wyatt's works the same way. I'm not a cat person by person who works with a lot of developers. I know a lot of cat people. Oh, there's tones. This thing I'm going to have to talk the internet like there's a significant amount of the foundation of the internet built on cats as radio's often cats because developers live cats. SO was on the internet in the early vase developers, so true. Our other one of our other sponsors providing phrases is charmed box of shadows, which is Tian is looking at me. Crazy. 'cause memory talked about this. So our friends fan mail, I loved him search box. So sadly not society for them because this is a new venture for them other no longer doing their regular fan mail box, which was a BI monthly lady geek box, which was awesome. Pop culture geared towards female heart of brands and shows movies and stuff. They. Who are now doing quarterly premium subscription box entirely branded with charmed the show another new show though, but just happens that the redoing the shuttle planned, it's fully licensed like they have to go through CBS than all the people that own it in the networks and the whole thing. So that is one of the things that we we're helping promote is charmed boxes shadows. So if you are a charmed person ever watched the show charmed you wanna head over to their website and you can use our discount may. I think we're eventually going to have to talk about how bad the sponsorships for my wallet personally, because now I want to try all of the things. Yes, there's lots of awesome things out there. There's a, I'm going to have to find out a better way to get all these descriptions without my family going way package every day. Why where's the money coming from. Oh, will rather wears wasn't wait a website called, this is why I'm broke. I didn't know what motivates them today. We are promoting my fan mail dot com. Go to my fan mail dot com. And you will see right there there in the middle of bitch, charmed bucks, chefs get with. Sounds notes. Talk about the one thing that really wants by which is our judges, right? Yep. Was very excited that this plan worked out because I wanted to to. I wanted to seek out the judges, the judges people until like people laid out on this, the judge's personal net show. Yes, she is. She judges baby Charlotte, right? She judges babies right. Dollars, and if you guys are really attached to your costume, she might have some words for not only are we giving lady Putnam, we're also getting Serpa am, I guess I'll give them, sir, all want our button went home and put them one arm putting them for those of you who are familiar with our lingo on the show and enough. I'm done with the Serb platinum's. The Putnam will be judging the individual category for our cow costume competition which I'm super excited about. And also one of the prizes is a personalized autographed photo haven't decided whether it's going to be, I don't know yet up to them whether they're gonna have it together as the Putnam couple or separately as like the actor humans on this. So we'll see. It's only up to them. I left it up to them, but you'll be getting an autograph personalized to you photo from Stephen Konkan who's worn Putnam and ever Carradine who is putting, I'll say he don't follow advocating on Instagram. She's awesome. She's, she's all kinds of later today. You won't regret us. Now. How do you interact contest where. You know, you have to know how that's right because you are not electable sadly won't have a website all consuming content dot com. You can go there and bam, three categories, individual group and my favorite, the pets, which are always alert because all the poor dogs that have Conesa shame will also have owners that are Handmaid's tale fans. I mean, it's just baking for it all end up. Really. They all end up with red or something wrapped around him. Never shown Instagram, and then they're Doral are cute as hell. So you can enter there. There's a form so out. Now, another way that we like to enter people is I like to just go stop people on Instagram and say, hey, who's got a OSU? So I find them and I must say, hey, we're doing this thing you should be in and they must be back usually and say, that sounds awesome, but man. So just beware that that might happen. I might find you on Instagram. Our scouts are out there on Instagram, it's it's not a stalker. He as it sounds, I swear. No, no. It's really just. The hedges really likes Instagram, Handmaid's tale costumes. When you see all the people there so many, there's some awesome ones I found another mass produced, yes, elegance stand on the different entirely, but I saw one today, for instance, or the other day, that was a group that did one that was a group of Handmaid's. Comecon had a really cool picture that is going to be in competition. It was like them a corner, and you just see like the bottom part of another person that's like dress like I was going with. Very, that was not their coolest picture from the Comecon. Asked me what they're cool spectra from accountable. What was their coolest picture? The coolest picture from the Comecon was somebody taking a picture of them while Mr. lavar Burton was taking a selfie with them quite. That's right. Lavar Burton now on lavar Burton is you got one of three choices basically with lavar Burton, you got older people who are like roots, lavar Burton? Yep. Yep. I am all of the above low Arbor. You got man's Janas era which was kinda crossing over with reading rainbow the VAR Burton and Star Trek next generation Jordi in Florida. There's a lot of crossover in the first two. Also, yes, I remember rates happening. He does rainbow. It does come across state and realize it was the same person for a long time seventies eighties nineties his. He had a good like twenty five year run there where he was done of in the spotlight. But yeah, I guess they ran into a, maybe he was there like doing something like it's really hope he was there to be Jordan Taylor forge. It doesn't matter. He can be whatever we will hand, but man come on pass on the lady that sang the the reading rainbow theme song tanker because that theme song is amazing. That's one that I don't ever think of when I have far too many arguments about what the greatest TV theme song is of all time. I imagine you do have a lot of these other opinion. Is that what has to be right up is that your work is totally isn't air warm, but I understand. Thank you for doing that. Now. So that's super awesome. So anyway, but pictures out and you can also use our hashtag, handmade Halloween, twenty eighteen handmade Holly in two thousand eighteen corrupted by our frontier. I was like, what hash? Actually we use and she takes a really just like put together words, that made sense fun. Okay. Sometimes it's hard for me. True story. So we'll be out there on the internet's looking for you. You can come look for us. However, we wanna do it and then we're gonna announce our winter sometime in the middle of the vendor will give people a little time after Halloween to recovery. We got to see all of them. We don't see the costume until Halloween saga. Exactly. All of them. So plenty of time. So again, you can go to all consuming content dot com is our website and you can enter into our costume contest for Handmaid's tale, other fancy judge, and this is a when life is all about who you know, right Lizzie hail for those zoo that don't Lizzy halos. Also Lizzy hail spelled with no vows l z. z. y. she's lying. Sometimes of all this case, maybe it is on this one's considered about the end. It is when there's no other vowels noca- than this can be the one Val. There's no vowel in between Ellen z. about the. She's lead singer, outstanding leader for that hailstorm. She's got like this gigantic voice, I guess, is like not overstating it. It's like one of those things like like an Wilson from heart as that kind of like a Niko case kind of like, can you could hear it from like across the room with no out from anything. She's pretty also benches very bad ass on her own. She has a run clothing line show, says our own diary, which talks about all kinds of. Feminist topics such that. So she is also going to be our judge for the group competition. So we had a star. They are excited as my favorite part. Yes. The group is are awesome. The. So although I really if you are entering the group competition, if you enter like how you know the other people intergroup by always, really curious about that. Last year, like we could kind of figure it out in some people included it anyway by. It's pretty great just to just to see like is this your spouse? Is this your two-goal mate. Anybody random stranger you found on the street who also happen to be dressed in theme in you just got a picture together, the excellent saw one of those somebody on this year, somebody on Instagram. There was a group of four Handmaid's ran into some woman that was either the woman ran into them or they were a member, but she was wearing all I think on intentionally like the same color of the way as the wives night picture with them at the comic con it was pretty awesome. So that was pretty cool. So Lizzie hail from the van hailstorm their new albums called vicious. They're on to other, but grouping there in the Europe's right now to run the Europe's. All of all Europe's Europe. So they're gonna come back here, November sixteen. They kick off their United States leg in Virginia. You can find more about them at hailstorm rocks dot com. You find Lizzy hail at official Lizzy hail. HA l. e. l. z. z. y. by the way, keep that in mind visit just kicked complete at lesser. Lizzy hail on Instagram. She's awesome. She does good things. You know you get when you have to put a facial before handle. Exactly, right. I mean, somebody else has taken your Briggler Lizzy HALE in his posting pictures of you for no reason or maybe for a reason anyway, Hailstone rocks com. Check him out. You'll enjoy them. We enjoy them. Now, are you ready to talk about the movies? Of course. Okay. Now, one of the things like we said that we were gonna do was that we were going to talk about our top five movies on our list that scared us like truly way deep down town has more than five. I can do more than five. I actually put five and five a from I five. So I feel like it's time to talk about. So I'm gonna let you go first and just telling me what movie you can give me an explanation doc about here. We go. I don't think we can dent experience. Politics will be, but we can for some of them children's the corn like it's almost self explanatory. That is terrifying in part of this is like, I don't know if you're like me like some of these I was really young came out and I, I don't think I've ever seen all the way through Saint, partly because it was worse. Did you see the end? I don't think so by like, yeah, yeah, yeah. Yeah, the corn, but the most terrifying thing I remember of that. Tell me if this freak you out is the part where the kid in the mom in the house and they're all like trying to come through the Suo. Scary, I think. Okay. One, I feel like scary children are just legit, scary legal in all circumstances. Scary. Children are freaky. I don't have a real reason why, and I'm not. I'm not sure why feel this way, but I really do for a long time. I just didn't do movies with scary children, partly because I watched children of the corn win. Maybe I was a little too young to be watch. As is the case with a lot of movies that scare the crap out of me. I just like I saw them way too young. So moving on one of my favorite scary movies of all time. Also one of my favorite scifi movies, fulltime cube cubes. Will love cues. Great. That first time I saw it, I was alone in the dark by myself in that was bad idea. So yeah, I've, I've continued that tradition for some reason. I wanna say you can find out if you can find q. on. I know q. like the sequels q. on Netflix right now checked earlier today. 'cause it was thinking about it. It's not flex Rafic. So I've never seen the sequels. I can't speak to the quality of their right, but original cube was great in clearly had like very little budget. We did a really good job. So Cuba's part of a self-imposed project of movies that I did, you'll recall this because I thought it was when I was doing this. I mean, I, I sent me also reason, but okay, somehow became enamored with watching movies, took place in Thailand, like either one room. Oh, or one location. Okay. Because it's really difficult to make really good movie where you don't go anywhere else trades true or like single cameras, Kuroda soon. That was one of them because cube while it travels from room to room is essentially they're all the same. The executive, they're the same set. Yes, you should definitely check it out. It's killer Sifi very gory of very violent. I mean, it is gory violent, but not as much as a lot of scary movies like it's not a saw now. Visit not assault for sure. All right. I'm gonna give you one of mine. I'm gonna give you my five in a five day. Okay. Okay. My five a. is I've never seen this movie all the way through. I only know that I wanted to watch this movie until I like this was still in my phase where I was not watching movies. So Meyer relationship with horror movies is very new. Like I growing up did not watch them. I don't have any siblings or older siblings, which feels like a thing that would get you a little more into horror movies. Sankaran started buying a Stephen King books in middle for that, but I, I didn't have a great, that's good. My wife was the same why she's to read those shoes younger that I didn't do that either. So I didn't watch a lot of. I didn't have anybody that watched a lot of morality in work that family out. And I had a friend of mine who like we're best friends in his older brother would watch scary crab on time, and so we'd go over there and that would be like nightmare on elm street at all this stuff, it's crap on me. But as an older adult when I didn't wanna watch, I'd like the concept of scary moves. So I would read about them just to try like really? Yeah. So like try to figure out what watch the moving right? Not usually sometimes I watch a little bit of it on you too. So there's a scene in paranormal activity. Have you ever seen independence have not seen paranormal activity? I keep intending to watch it men's, not watching it. This is something I would have to watch by myself, but it has since this would. I don't know if I would still watch this alone. So the general premise of this paranoid. The first paranormal activity is it's very, not necessarily found footage, but it's security camera looking that they place around the house night. Trying to figure out what's going on with the house because a strange things are happening. They think there's a ghost or demon there. So there's the scene in the middle of the night, the husband and wife or sleeping. And it's like the is basically from like the night standards across the room to see the whole bell. Yeah, you told me about this before the wife gets up, walks around, but to the other side of the bed. And the camera also has a timer on it so you can see the clock. So how long it's actually been filming and she stands over the husband's side of the bed, staring at him, like rocking kind of back and forth standing there and the cameras going by end. She does it for like six hours. I was. I was like, no. Separate bedrooms with locks home ago that freaked me out. Now, the other part of my like five other five. It is the first fifteen minutes of the movie Spiro. I don't even know what that movie is. Dario Genta was in Italian director. I don't know that he is one of the like the Italians are known for their very gory, very vivid. Hormones, and this is one of the innocent tourists for the opening. I fifteen to twenty minutes of this movie. It took me I think four times starting not watching this movie before finally made it through the first opening part of it. Wait, can you can tell without spoiling everything a little bit about what happened in for ten that makes us a terrifying. Stabby not one of my favorite things in. Okay, but one thing he really does well, right out of the gate. Yeah. Actually remaking this in the new trailer for it looks awesome in great people are in in its by the guy that did is directed a commie by your name, which got a lot of Oscar attention last year. So it's supposed to be really good. Looks really good till the Swinton Senate. She can be tariff gay anyway. So the basic premise is like this. American woman is going to this ballet school in. 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I think this I think it was all down to the performances that really freaked me out on this Kevin. Spacey was just. I don't know. He both seemed like some dude, I really would know and also convincingly terrifying murderer, which was a really scary combination. I think I think it also came out of the time where scary movies were just changing. Suspenseful movies were kind of changing in style at that time, and it was kind of the first of the lake truly terrifying, but we're still gonna call this a suspense movie in light, kind of make you think it would be good for a date. Does that make any sense like like it had been on weight marketed who this movie. Oh, wow. I wanna hear how that wind go ahead. I don't know. It's just I'm really finished. I'm just rambling stakes. My wife and I saw together it's one of the very few movies where I almost walked out of it. Because it was still, I got a time where I was not watching that type of, but the reason I wa- almost walked out of it was because of what I thought was in the box. Oh, so in my brain, the head was not what was in the box. I bet. I know what you were thinking. I was thinking was a. There's a. Through very trigger spoiler alert, I'll give you five seconds to run the other direction or take your headphones on. Because I thought you was pregnant the movie and I was pretty sure that that was a fetus that was. Yeah. I remember thinking that too. That was -bility. I was pretty much like, okay, we'll open that. That's what's in there. There's a line that I remember exactly when this came out. Did you have a baby at the time? Oh, no. This was this was like. I think I know the theatre we really can't remember when it was like a ninety. Seven really came out in nine. One time ago. So, yeah, that was one of the movies where I was just like almost like, okay. Okay. Let's do two more than we think we'll do our next to after the movie we watch. All right. So the ring is a number four. My list on a jet scary. This was I saw this at the theater should be proud of me because this came out during aero of where I was like, I really want these. Let's go move. I remember seeing this unlike six cents, got a very short tune back-to-back timeframe, but there's a part in the ring where you figure out what is going on at the very end, you discover why everyone's dying and how they're dying. Yeah, I did not see that part of the, oh, because hands on from Tina. I saw it later. Okay. But like as soon as that started happening. Okay, covered them up. Well, no. So there's a part like what you see her, I, that's why everybody gets freaked out and dies. Right that. No, I idea. I zero idea that that was the reason until well, after the move that movie, the opening scene of that movie scared the crap on me. Did you see that at the long notice with. I remember that was also one like the likes barrier where the opening scene is just like ASO soon. Tense, that it's disliked God out of the gate freaky one. Yes. What's next one? You snake a big distinction in worm of his two or scary movies generally, like is it scary immediately or is it lake seeking on you scare inflate halfway through your like terrified and you don't away what number you on your mom? I didn't number them what it. Okay. I think we've talked about three of it's okay. Let me do what I have. I have a lot more than five simple. Well, the, I'll let you do come more yourself land BUSTER. Now, another one of mine is a movie. I love, but there are a couple of parts in it that have particular physical things that really freaked me out bad at Oculus who it's about a couple of siblings. Their parents are dead. It's it's later when they are adults. Parents said when they were young and they died under very crazy circumstances. And the kids are convinced that it had something to do with its huge gilded mirror that was in their house spoiler with defined this out, really. For twenty minutes of the movie. You understand all of this, and so they get the mirror and take it to a house that I guess is like on the market or something like nobody lives there. It's it's mostly empty house. Oh, I think it might be their old house, smell them. Thinking about that, it's it might be okay. Yeah, slowly not there and they decide, I guess, to try to figure it out, which seems like a terrible idea. I watched this more recently than you did. Okay. So basic premises at the brother is in asylum, right? Does he went when he gets them out? She gets them out because it's time for him to be obvious been detail. Okay. She got him because all the stuff that happened, the kid really did happen rate, but he was accused of doing there. He's accused of doing it. The sister wants to prove that really happened. So she buys the mirror back from. Gap works hours that works though to meet me think too. She give him that line of work for that. 'cause damn, that's dedication. Right? Because the brother basically got committed because he would not say that that's not what happened. And then again, I think they thought he was crazy because he was saying what they actually saw happen. Exactly. And so they go back to the old house. She's got like this whole booby-trap videotape system set up to prove it all like going Mythbusters on this thing. Hijinks ensue. Yeah, back and there are some a particular things involving like fingernails and stuff in this movie here and there and like those are not meant to be the scariest things, but they particular just really freak me out the scariest things in this in Oculus are not the like mirror stuff or anything that has to do with that is it's the, it's a mind start. It's the mom upstairs after she gets chained up there because the, I think I think that serious parts are like. Watching individuals go through something so clearly traumatizing terrifying, and they are not sure and you as you're not sure like how much of this is just in there. And it's really it's unclear because physical things are happening. So not all of it is in their heads, but the impression you get is that maybe a lot of it is, but that doesn't make it less scary. And that that really messes with me a lot like how much is in your head kind of scary. Very scary to me. It's also it's one of these movies, like when you read the premise, it sounds absolutely ridiculous phones. Crazy has one of these hormonally suffer from this a lot. It has one of these covers on posters were looks like every other movie that came out around that time. And so you look at it, you're like dialects dome of never gonna watch that, but it comes up on like if you, if you look up a list of like good horror movies in the last twenty years, it's on every list until I was like, okay, so I watched it and it was awesome. Let's do more years will watch are moving. So next on my list is a contentious one. It's the miniseries version of the shining. I do not like the movie version of the shining. I'm sure if it had been presented to me as a different movie, not about the book, the shining that was my favorite book for a long time. I probably would have enjoyed it, but I was sold to watch it like, oh, it's the movie version of your favorite book. You've gotta watch smoothing our show. It was like, what the fuck is this? This is not the book. What is this business? And I was very disappointed. And then later a move, a TV movie version came out that is very faithful to the book, and they did a really good job and I love it, which is interesting from wings in it. That's the part that got me, right. So Steven, right, I think is known member. He's on the brother from wings, the one with the Molitor. That's I think why I didn't watch it because I could not by the guy I was looking for my, I was looking for my copy earlier today. I couldn't find it. And then it was like, I bet limited to just watch still. They're not a mile. I am. I will watch now that you've really done not the shining is also very contentious when because Stephen King hates the movie shining as he should. It's nothing like the book, but okay, can the shining as a movie, stand alone, like by itself, it's higher. I've never watched it trying to separate. So like I would need to do that. Although, like I don't wanna watch the end like I so did not enjoy that move. That's a lot on we. I don't even wanna see it can put on Instagram today, asking people, you know, what should we want? What should we watch? And that was one that came up because I asked him the same question as what we asked each other, which was one of the ones that really scared the Grabow sleeve, people that I find that love the movie, the shining either have never read the book or can separate. Yeah. Or like, were they've read the book, maybe once run weren't attached to it and aren't bothered at all that it was basically a different story with similarities, assume if you were on the Instagram's today, appreciate you taking the time to answer our poll question too. Front figure out what we're going to watch because we chose one movie which will tell you about a little bit, but we also chose another movie based on your list here. Now, here's interesting. There's a lot of movies on here that the problem was Tian. I've seen a lot of these together, so we wanted to find something that we hadn't watched. There are a lot of poltergeists. Yep. I, I don't know if the image I use because I use the TV. People in minded people of it. Obviously a lot of extra obviously feel like Baxter sisters. A big one for people allows couple shining 's one for hereditary which will talk about later, but this one that we are going to watch as suggested by user Gail Owen fifty nine. It is the hitter from nineteen eighty six. Yeah, which I don't think I've ever heard of nil day, but I looked it up and it's one of these. Like again, it sounds ridiculous. It's called hitter. So like how good I mean hitchhiking genuinely scary. Like in real life. It's a thing that like it used to be like a common thing. And I thought like even as a kid, I was like, why? I also thought that. But like my dad was an EMT and my mom was therapist side. Lots of reasons to think that was stupid even as a child. I mean, why would you ever do them just pick up person? But I guess if everybody was doing like you done picking up things crazy. It's the actually hitching that seems the biking conversation. It's just the whole concept. It's strange. I feel like if you're doing the picking up like you are accepting. You know, you're, you're making a judgment based on the person you see in front of you. Whereas if you're hitching, you're like stuck with whoever picks you up. It's all back note. I mean, it's all bad in fraught with danger. It is. It's dangerous. The other mixed good horror movie, and I was really intrigued because nineteen eighty six has a lot of people in it that I had heard of winnow, let a lot of big name a lot of big eighties name. So one of them who I'm very happy to talk about his Rutger Hauer now Rutger Hauer if you see him, he'd be like who the hell's regular our, then he's that guy you go, oh, Ekka. Most famously for me at least he's in blade runner. Yeah. Yeah, that's the main thing I think of when I think of a love blade runner so much anyway. See, Thomas Sowell is also in this movie which I had to explain to Tian a- about the end of that was that guy from the Sowman which isn't entirely different show only talk about that right now. The people that know about Solman what's domicile, what that movies about will understand if you haven't go ahead and go to the IMDB go to see Thomas l look up soul man, and you'll know what pretty mmediately Jennifer. Jason Leigh is also in this movie. So that's three people around the bad. As far as the eighties are concerned, that's pretty good cast, and it's one of the things we're like. You look at the MVP grading in. It's almost eight out of ten, which is pretty high for audience rating, and it was like thousands feeling if you hit a seven, I MTV, it's, it's good. It's you're, you're guaranteed that it's got feel the same way. Kind of like it's like when I try to figure out if a books good like the Amazon rating versus the good reads, writing. The good reads is where I go, okay. This is like real hardcore Buchner. It's like really good over here. I know it's good games on, you're like, okay. Does anybody a more mainstream population? The good reads, you have to know about that website and you have to know about that and you have to really be book nerd. So if it's good there, it's kind of like this. It's like I'm db people that choose to anything's on people know about it and you take the time to create account at rates. Literally thousands of people ready to this movie, almost eight out of ten. So we're going to watch it. It's a the hitter as six record our c Thomas Howell just for a brief, like what is this about. A young man who escaped the clutches of murderous hitchhiker, subsequent smell too quickly stock by the checker in frame for crimes. I Johnson sue like the, we'll be back right after this to talk about it with absolute said, I can. Well, then back from it's your team. Six, that was not expecting it all. It was exactly what I was expecting up until one point. It would point with the trucks which part of the trucks what the Jennifer, Jason land worships tied up until that it was exactly what I expected. Oh, I thought it was much more. Subdued them what I was expecting from movie from nineteen eighty six. Yeah. Okay. I got your. I thought it was gonna be way more ridiculous Scher but it was a that was pretty good yet. The record was great. Workout is awesome. I would. He picks up the first ten minutes of Rutger Hauer pretty. Solid record? Yes. He also gets a lot of like classic him faces in this movie. He's just like, I know what you're about to do. But yeah, it was really, really predictable, but it didn't ruin it for me because it was still like entertaining until the truck thing. And then I was like. What are those about? Genuine surprise women. It's still suffers from your typical horror movie. Things of some of this could have been stopped at a little error. So many bad decisions on the part of the kid like so many bad decisions died couldn't even count. But you know, is a kid would orig- is, you know, I want to believe that when I was that kids, Asia was way smarter than him hopes him, but he did. He did all of the running up the stairs things. Very true. Did all of the things that were the equivalent of running up the stairs possibly do in a situation like this where he is trying to warn people of slash escape from a crazy hitchhiker murderer in the desert. Apparently like when everybody is off of work. Yes. No one is around now. No, no one anywhere. Not again movie. The plot couldn't happen today? No, no. It one person with a cell phone would not have happened yet or like. Like any gas station with any camera whatsoever. Any any video footage? Any security cameras, any alarms, like one more locked door, the home of would have been over this whole security situation, big brother in social media. What was solve the police station? If damn it. It also lots of heavy sleepers. Very heavy sleepers also, as we observe several things on lots of smoking which you kind of forget about a. Yeah, totally. I forget about that a lot now in the area, that was the thing. Everybody did all the time that's smoking everywhere. That's sport. Yeah, car bombings cigarettes in looking in the car with all the windows, all the way up and you're like, wow, that is intense, boxing, the cigarettes for real. What else do we notice? Jennifer, Jason, Leigh late. Not her best work. No gonna sir. A c Thomas Howell was better than I thought he was going to be. You know, I warmed up to him by the end me. Me being the team. The situation I would said. Spot. Oh, I thought it would go record our amazing. Peak Rutger Hauer I think maybe maybe I just find teenage boys. Today's generally not very believable as people. Austral possibility also. True. Oh, the rotary dial telephone at the hotel room l. man. Yeah, those pretty music. We've taken that whole shower that would have taken a shower. Yes. Lotery dial phones were not the most efficient thing in heaven help you if you screw up like one number. Let were to screw up toward the end, took the half hour wasted five life for movie. The didn't know existed until three hours ago and was not necessarily looking forward to watching. Yeah, I was. I was pleasantly surprised. I was very closely Saberi surprised. I've never heard of this just because worker hours really getting it right. And I feel like that. How did that not come up? I don't know what I'm over on anything. How many movies is even maybe it's just been so many that like them get lost while in. That's that's a great villain. I mean, they probably has what like five lines in the entire. Yeah, something like that. I, I definitely while I enjoyed this movie. I definitely was not all at anytime. Scared. I don't know. I mean back then maybe you scared if you live back in that situation where there's no like like we said, security Campbell cell phones. Big brother watching everything. I feel like almost all of the things were caused by his bad decisions though, like that made it very, not as threatening because I'm not that dumb were felt like you wouldn't be in the free. Never would have been in that such numbers lace. At one way early on, I was like, you deserve, whatever happens to you because you just doing all the wrong shape like I don't feel bad for you also wouldn't you jump out of the car risking being stabbed with construction site. I think everybody was moves five options are I'm gonna get stabbed in the eye. Bye or I'm gonna lose all my limbs. I think you go for maybe staffed in the guy. Absolutely. Riverton rate content. Yeah, or we're just like, you know, pretend like the car won't start versus I don't just anything anything, throw the keys at the window. What's he gonna? Do it. Stark fish people around. I'd say like. Again for movie made nineteen eighty six known for being era of kind of ridiculous over the top movies. Not the only over the top parts were the one chasing where blows the. To the revolt. Had not been with a revolver. It would have been much more believable us. It was just hilarious because of the tiny nature of his gun. Hurt to the helicopter. Also, that was like a state of the art Alexandra. I man that's expect that was a really fancy copter that Texas had. Yeah, the Texas law enforcement was not messing around. They were well-funded. They were the head of the feeling they're still well-funded. Yes. They were ahead of the curve. I would say on the farms specially. So funny, but he's looking for a on know. Slasher slash. I mean, I feel ashamed to call it a slasher movie. Don't you have to see people getting slashed the end? Nobody really gets slashers a lot of dead. There's a lot of impropriety Allah's yet. There's a very high body count, and there's a lot of implied violence, but no actual like. We're actually see anybody. Actually, no, unless I'm forgetting something. I mean, you see the end but unlisted forgetting something. I think when he likes natural out of the over nuts, like the scariest part. The the truck seems definitely unexpected in probably the most intense like unexpected. Partly it was the worst intense part of movie for sure. I felt like it did not go for a lot of tropes which was kind of imprison likely. They let some people die that I feel like would never die in. If this movie was made today, what. Lake, Jennifer, Jason Leigh spoiler. In I, I can't imagine the not making at least one of those people like half alive when he found them or something like that were made today, like everybody was dead. Everybody all the way to rate in in lake. Granted, he did like throw up a couple times after he saw some of the situations, but. No, man, I don't. I don't think it would be that subtle pro made today. Let's in it'll think while I dunno way worse things happen than somebody being pulled apart by truck, but. Movies today you file that underlying dotted. See that coming yet was just very unexpected in that made it way better. Absolutely. So the hitter nineteen sixty times worker our end Jason Lee. I like I would recommend absolutely thanks recommendation. Instagram Arthur doesn't heart. One of our handmade Halloween, twenty teen scary movie special next week. We have some feelings on two thousand fifteen the witch or New England folk tale. 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Today we're talking about Jennifer Lawrence being in a new movie about the mob and countdown our top frequent Tarantino movies in honor of the release of once upon a time in Hollywood <hes> here on the movie talk. Yeah that's the logo there thing and there is pretty face. How you like that Little Polo here breaking it out here on my talk? I am sitting in for the lovely Perry number off off handling other business around the world right now but I cannot do this show alone obviously so I brought along two of my favorite people in this fear that over there is Jeff Up Snyder and next to him is the way better and beautiful marina. How are you to Oh beautiful too beautiful in my own way on the inside? I WANNA go inside shifts guys doing good. I'm I'm good bad. My favorite actors of all time passed away to we'd be remiss not to start with that. In that is the unfortunate passing at seventy five of Rutger Hauer of course many of us know him as Roy Batty in blade runner but he was also fantastic fantastic and nighthawks buffy the vampire slayer Batman begins any number of movies. You can throw out there that rutger Hauer really staked his claim as one of these underground favorites for those of us who are massive sinner files. I want to go with you. During a year my so your fellow Blade Runner Lover Tell me what was his news like for you. He was obviously old. We're all gonna go it someday. You just quoted obviously <hes> what's his name graph or gaffe from <hes> Edward James Lake. We're his quote where it's like go to best she will. It's too bad you live but then again who does right. We're all gonna go but <hes> you know route. Rutger was <hes> you named a lot of good movies. He was also in her with the shotgun. He was amazing in the hatred he was amazing and Lady Hockey. No it's his resumes sommes incredible but for me later honors has a very special place in my heart because it's it's not only <hes> my favorite movie but it's he's part of my favorite moment and cinema history like that Mon- that monologue log about existence and death is my favorite thing I've ever seen it always makes me cry. The fact that he he was involved in rewriting that part of the script and there's a rumor that while they were filming that scene The tears in rain seen <hes> <hes> the crew actually ended up crying while watching him perform that right and so I feel like that's what would rutger brought to all of his characters in his movies as his he he made all even the villains that he played and pathetic because Roy Batty you when you first meet him he is available but he's he's the soul of the movie because he you end up he ends up becoming the most the most humane character you know he starts out as a villain and all he wants us to find his creator to extend his life life and why I was created correct and so we all can empathize with that and the fact that at the end of the movie he doesn't Kill Decker D- And <hes> and we see his humanity is is one of the most beautiful things I've seen in cinema obviously with Benja score but <hes> so yeah he you know and loath those sexy is vampire ever in buffy the vampire slayer other than Chris Sarandon so so thank you rutger for everything absolutely jeff any thoughts <hes> obviously his most his defining role role was was roy batty but he was genre guy not just an in buffy in the hitter but things like sin city. I loved Hobo with a shotgun. That's sort of gave us a little rutger hauer resurgence <hes> over the past decade which which led to parts in Batman begins and whatnot <hes> <hes> yeah no I just I think we're GonNa miss the guy he was. He was a really good interesting actor. Certainly leaves the footprint in the entertainment industry and hell he never gave a bad performance. Even cheesy films like blind fury. You still love it for Rutger Hauer and certainly Roy Batty. That's the one one of the most iconic speeches ever certainly probably in the top ten and I I know something about top ten lists all right. Let's move on. There's no easy transition into their first story of the day here on movie talk and that is Jennifer Lawrence. She has herself a new film mirror at this issue's taken this on she's going back to familiar territory. The project is called mob girl and it's based on the novel called mob girl by Theresa Carpenter at this. We're getting this from variety. It's based on the life of the mob. Wife turned police informant Arlene Arlene Brickman. The film follows brickman grows up among racketeer's on the lower east side of New York City where she's drawn to the glamorous and flashy lifestyle of New York mobsters I mean who wouldn't be soon after she begins dating wise guys and running errands for them before getting in on the action herself herself eventually becoming a police informant a major witness in the government's case against the Colombo crime family. <hes> you hear this news Drina. What's your thoughts? Are you excited to see Jennifer doing something outside the X. Men Franchise <hes> sure I mean I usually get excited about movies not so much <hes> for the actors I mean an actor can excite me but it's the the people behind the cameras that excite me and the writer actually the woman <hes> Angelina Burnett. That's <hes> I think actually doing the scream. He's a great writer. You know she has Hannibal. She's written for Hannibal. She's written for the Americans so so if you give an actor good script and a good director obviously the director you know <hes> young young pope. I don't know if everybody likes it but I think it's a decent show and so so if you if the if these actors actors have the tools from from the crew they can clearly she can. Maybe you know maybe she wasn't enjoying herself as much in the X.. Men as I was very true but every other movie she's done. She's fantastic so Polo Santino Sereno rather as the director you referencing Jeffey here this this is the you know you're good at talking about what moves actors should or shouldn't do do you think this is a good next move for Jennifer another kind of smaller independent film but still with kind of an attractive storyline to it. I think this is a top notch filmmaker and you can't really go wrong. When you're working with time not she'll makers acres? I mean look at DiCaprio. He's taking some heat for not working with female filmmakers in a while but <hes> you know like that that is how you deliver your best performance by working with these people who can cokes that out of you and soaring Tina. I really like his stuff. I like that Sean Penn Weirdo. L. Movie that he did this must be the place. Ill devaux <hes>. I think this is the right point for Jennifer Lawrence to sort of do a movie. That's heard there's there's a crime to it. It's kind of allows her to go back to her American hustle character. If you will a little bit I dunno I feel like this has a little bit of Donnie Brasco to it to <hes> so if this could be Jennifer Lawrence as Donnie BRASCO. I think it's a project well worth pursuing. It's got a vibe to molly's game as well doesn't as she gets involved in that crime steaks and then as end up kind of <hes> turning states or possibly turning states to save herself in the situation. I like this is a choice by her because she's a rough and tumble actress and you love to see her kind of get parts that she can sinker teeth into you. Speak about the director speak about the writer putting that Combo together with some as greedy and driven as Jennifer Lawrence. It excites you for a while. She was getting a little pushback from people because she was playing these roles that she was. Maybe a bit too young to play that was the pushback but she was winning Oscars for she's being nominated for this stuff so certainly people appreciate our town. The right people appreciate her talent. Here's another possible mover. Red Sparrow didn't really turn out as well as hot. They would hope I imagine but this could be something that could be bit of an underground going back to that winter's bone kind of more independent approach. Yeah I mean and I mean as at her young age she's clearly showed as that. She has dramatic chops. Even if she is too young to play the role she she definitely has the emotional depth to play these characters. I happen to love Red Sparrow Cy. We'll send her on that front and bashing. I've seen financially didn't mean mother. I couldn't stand but Aronovski is a filmmaker. Dry loves working mother mother so it's like you know working with a great filmmaker doesn't necessarily guarantee a great movie. I don't know what to expect from this new eight twenty four movie that she's doing with <hes> Lila new new neubauer not sure how to pronounce it but but she's like a first time feature director I understand but that project sounds really interesting. Jennifer Lawrence can be playing like a soldier with P._T._S._D.. That kind of thing <hes> so again I I liked the path that she's going down having put the X. Men Franchise in the rear window. <hes> and I think that you know I think we've she still we haven't seen the best from this actress Yeah Yeah. There's a piece to me. That feels a bit heartbroken that she wasn't the one that ended up in Captain Marvel. I would have loved to have seen her version of the nothing against Brie Larson I would've loved to a scene Jennifer Lawrence. His version of Captain Marvel horrible we started got shades of black widow red sparrow of course but seeing her step into some I would've I wonder what what more energy and Gravitas she would have brought to a roll like that as an actress like she is now and again. I was kind of poking fun and earlier of her about her as Mystique but because I get it look I'm sure those movies pay actors a lot but they also have to do a lie whether it's sitting for hours in a makeup chair you know it's it's it's a different type of direction when these actors do these big budget movies so I'm sure <hes> it's exciting for them to be able to do movies like this. We'll see you on a franchise movie again or do you think this sure she's as far as what comic book parts there are out there <hes> but I suppose marvel. We'll be looking for a sue storm relatively soon. I'm really looking forward to Jennifer Lawrence seeing her her. Take on Elizabeth homes that founder on in bad blood if that Adam McKay project ever comes together and Kate Mckinnon doing like a Hulu series like there may be like too much elizabeth homes by when all is said and done <hes> but that it would be a very interesting turn for someone like Jennifer. Lawrence is a fantastic H._B._o.. Documentary as well if you haven't seen that all with homes forget what it's called off hand but it's fantastic doc certainly are well. We'll see certainly Jennifer. Lawrence rarely picks bad add project so this could be something. Let's really kind of show us again what she can remind us really what she can do. We'll see what happens. 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Let's lose the echo on a warm buttermilk biscuit perfect. The the juicy simplicity of our buttermilk crispy chicken biscuits speaks for itself. Get it now for just three bucks and get a two dollars sausage mcmuffin with egg or a one dollars small coffee all from the one two three dollar many simply your breakfast at McDonald's prices and participation vary canopy combined with any offer Combo meal next year. We're GONNA be countdown our top three Quentin Tarantino films and honor the release of once upon a time in Honolulu but before we dive into that we got a couple of plugs to do and that is our comecon interviews are up on COLLIDER DOT COM derina was down there as well doing a bunch of stuff with US collided with people involved in that team <hes> doing some stuff during this reaction right my super embarrassing way nerdy reaction to the chapter two event <hes> you guys can find that collider radio. I really enjoyed enjoyed watching that on twitter so you can find all the interviews we've got we've gotten from collide from down there in hall comecon Rather Hall H. and what have you all those interview did. They're all up now. On Collider Dot com go and find those also you can watch me taking a karate lesson for Mike Mo- how almost getting my face kicked off by the actor who plays Bruce Lee in once upon a time in Hollywood that videos up as well and I do an interview with Mike we sit down and talk about how he came how he came to play Bruce Lee how Bruce Lee influences his life and what he wanted to bring to Ooh that character onscreen working with quit Tarantino all of that and fund interview and he gives us a nice demonstration of his martial arts skills kicks spoon out of my mouth with a roundhouse kick trust me you don't WanNa miss this all right. Let's move onto our next story. Speaking of quitting Tarantino once time in Hollywood is being released tomorrow. Night's it is going to be out for everyone to take a look at Jeff and I did or non spoiler review what you can find collider as well and this is a film that has a lot of people with waiting with bated breath to see what we've got here during the hasn't seen E._S._O.. We're not GONNA spoiling tomorrow. Spoilers no spoilers but we wanted rank our top frequent Tarantino films in honor of that so I'm going to go three three three to one one and we're GonNa talk about them as much as we can over the next few minutes during a what is your number three quintiles I you were actually really easy but I was having a really hard time and I'm kind of cheating but it's a tie between death proof and Jackie ground wow distinctly different but I couldn't pick the third one because I mean they're both very different but but it was hard to not have it in my top four I guess because I think I mean what he did with Jackie. Brown was basically what he did with Bruce. As well as John Travolta Impo fiction and so I think that it's one of his most underrated movies. I think it's a you know it gets a little cheesy with the with the romantic plot which I don't care for as much other people might but I thing is very then death. Proof is like the coolest like girl power movie ever. I mean other than you kill bill right exactly. What's your number three? I feel like I'm not surprised that you love death proof as much as you do. I mean I'm a big fan too but it's like the closest just to a horror movie that I think he's made. Yes and I know you're a big fan but <hes> Mike my number three reservoir. Dogs is what reservoir dogs number three. Yes I love. I love reservoir dogs. I think it operates like a Swiss. Watch every all the parts just come together perfectly. I love the cast <hes> I know it's sort of you know based on those a ring lamb movie <hes> but <hes> <hes> fire up breath of fresh air when I saw that in middle school and I was like who is this filmmaker <hes> I I love everything about yeah. I was slapping Jeff Round in the school. I'm older than my number three. It was really tough A to pick up a my number three another. This is GonNa Piss people off as pulp fiction. That's my film <hes> for whatever reason it's not a film that I was run back to watch over and over again. I appreciate all the vignettes and the way Tarantino seamlessly weaves them into each other and creates this world here in L._A.. And certainly moving here and then living here for a little bit and then watching the movie again. It's fascinating to see how much richer the movie is because you've experienced these places that he puts in the film but for me there there are a couple other films that I just love a little bit more than pulp fiction for whatever reason during the witcher number two <hes> inglorious bastards. Oh I love that movie so much I remember seeing in the theater for the first time just enjoying a hell of it the entire time <hes> the cast is incredible incredible that the concept I love movies like this where they take a concept like this and then make it a fantasy and completely changing rewrite history because that's what movies are for sure and based on a true story exactly and yeah I mean I think it's a very enjoyable <hes> movie about a horrible time you know and that's that's hard to pull off. I obviously you know breakout role from Kristof waltz. It's the first time I ever saw him and he was incredible in it and then <hes> yeah killing Nazis man I love seeing what do you think of that Lee that he looked Leonardo DiCaprio for that hands Landa role. I could not picture that well. I saw him do a great job with snatching that weird accent from those but Caprio what would have gotten out of capital would have been interesting to see if you could have gotten a cool accent from DiCaprio to match what pit was able to to Capri was great as Calvin Candie Django. I just don't have seen him as the hunter Brad was really funny trying to speak Italian alien of course yes. He was <hes> my number two is Jackie Brown okay. I think Jackie Brown is fantastic. I agree with you that it is underrated. It's just under appreciated and I think it's the deepest of Quenton films. Maybe that's because it's based on a no more Leonard novel. I think she is the most fully fleshed out character in I in any Tarantino movie like I I understand this woman's wants and desires and regrets. I love the romance it's almost like one one of the only real romances that we've seen in Tarantino movie with Max Cherian Jackie Brown. I Love Rate Nicolette Michael Michael Keaton <hes> Chris Tucker is fantastic and of course Sam Jackson's Odell Robie like they just took that to the next level I well throw in the fact that bridget Fonda was never better. She was in that film and her and really interesting Deniro Deniro performance as well. Someone who is way more vulnerable and then he usually plays at a time when he didn't have to play a role like this what an incredible influenced Tarantino must've add onto narrative you like I want you to play this bar for didn't accept to do that was fantastic as well. I don't revered as much you guys do I think I don't run back to it as often because I think it is also one of those very incredibly unique unique Tarantino films that is Kinda. Take on the blaxploitation stuff obviously but also it's based on another property and that to me make it limits me a little bit in appreciating as much last time you sought a year ago I would say fill. You can't deny all right yeah yeah absolutely no no bashing on Mayan right exactly my number two is reservoir dogs. That film absolutely changed my life at a at a formative time in my twenties. When I went to see that film I had no idea what I was walking into and for whatever reason I didn't know movies could do that and I was so blown away by that I started having when it came out on V._H._S.? asinine bought it for like ninety five dollars. I remember having friends over to to watch the film with me. I wanted to turn everyone into a fan of this film. I'd have people over my apartment way back when in Virginia five six people who had worked with a friends I knew come over. We're on a Saturday night or the pizza and watch the movie and no one <hes> that I knew walked away from that movie thinking they didn't enjoy it or loving and I think there's something so much about the dialogue. There's so much of the hunger of a young filmmaker and it's it's a it's a short film. It's not right along film yet. These incredible scenes and incredible writing within those scenes just can't be beat in my opinion until we get to the way he utilizes that space. I think is really impressive and of course the soundtrack. There's there's so many iconic moments and the way that he established his own visual language like the trunk shots at all started with dogs and the quotable lines right. Where's the coldness dungeon I gotta take a scored? I almost kinds of things that come out of nowhere that are natural and how men's speak. I really love that the performance I mean that's the thing about Tarantino right that he will get incredible performance from an incredible cast absolute or I do. What's your number? One so is now fiction. People are pissed that probably that it's not in mytalk three at all. I think it's great movie. It's just not one of my top four. It is nice. Maybe five sorry guys <hes> but I'd kill bill volume one. I that's easy for me. It's <hes> it's a movie that is very watchable to me. It's it's a movie. That's aesthetically beautiful. <hes> the soundtrack on-track is incredible like all those action sequences like the scene where she's she's fighting. I forget the girl's name in the school girl with the with the ball thank you yes and you know the it's. It's such a cool revenge chm movie about where we see <hes> this this character whom I really overcome you know so many obstacles and it's actually really it's it's tragic and it's violent but it's actually also inspiring right because she does survive at the end spoilers <hes> and there's also a bunch of cool chicks fighting and that's great. I love it. How about you know bill volume one as well man? It's it's tough to nine include that on my list but number one is of course I don't you know they just don't make him like that anymore. They didn't make them like that before. It just blew my mind when I was a kid and I think it's the real reason why so many people in this town and even in this building right now now are living in Los Angeles because they saw pulp fiction and it just made them WanNa tell stories and there several stories in pulp fiction that are that are fantastic. <hes> the ensemble <hes> that that he put together is crazy impressive and what he was able to do with like John Travolta bringing him back <hes> I love the Tarantino cares about resurrecting people's careers and stuff like that the soundtrack is iconic the surf music and <hes> yeah I it's just I love the non linear storytelling it's. It's a masterpiece you could certainly argue. It's the best track of all the Tarantino movies you could argue that reservoirs pretty great centric as well. She's not my favorite actor ambassadors. Maybe my favorite point okay. <hes> I am the other Latino on this panel so I will agree with my Latina friend and that is kill bill note kill bill the whole bloody affair. I am one of those controversial people who believes that both those movies are one movie Weinstein made him cut it cut it into two pieces. It's one movie you could absolutely watched the whole thing from beginning to end both movies back to back and it seamlessly works. It's fantastic. I've gone to see that the new beverly a number of times when they've made them one movie and it is a fantastic film is Awesome Revenge Story Samurai swords you got Sonny Chiba uh-huh got Houma Thurman Kicking Crazy Ass Vivica Fox was never better than she was in this movie so many Michael Madsen is incredible Daryl Hannah Splash kicking animated sequences from Lucy Liu absolutely all just worked works so seamlessly and I love it to pieces I love everything about it and I think it's his most strongest statement about his love of seventies films through through so many different genres that he throws in. There's only styles of seventy throws in there that I think it works so well. That's that's my number one. What is your favorite kill and kill bill is there I mean I think Daryl Hannah her like almost imitating her character Chris frankly she's flopping around around without the says that the Black Mamba like the snake thing I I don't like steaks? I'm like Indiana and so it it's really it's it's. It's hard to watch. I love the fight between her and orange. She is amazing. I mean in the snow. It's a beautiful looking actions notable five different ones because I'm GONNA go VIVICA. Fox Green is amazing. I love the girl who comes in of course and Caesar which may be volume three introducing the new buttermilk crispy chicken biscuit McDonald's. We don't need that music made with tender chicken. Let's lose does the Echo on a warm buttermilk biscuit perfect. The juicy simplicity of our buttermilk crispy chicken biscuits speaks for itself. Get it now for just three bucks and get a two dollars sausage mcmuffin with egg or one dollars small hot coffee all from the one two three dollar mindy simply clean your breakfast at McDonald's participation. You very cannot be combined with any other offer Combo meal. Hey everyone this is John. Rocca this episode of Collider movie talk as brought to you by D._C.. Universe that's Right D._C.. 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Well I would be one of the bastards I tried to be one of the Lawrence Bastards. I'd like to be on that crew and kill the Nazis as I think I will go with the new movie I would love to late sixties sixty's. Maybe early seventies Hollywood <hes> that would have been a lot of fun. Okay okay. I guess I I want to be a martial artists I would I'M GONNA pick kill Bill. You'd be in the world of Kill Bill. You'd be one of those people yeah I would like the Viper squad. I would like to train what would be away. What that'd be your your nickname? I JUST WANNA get on it and <hes> all right Lewis Ricky Filipina asks. What's your favorite Rutger Hauer film or role? I mean obviously blade runner yeah but I I would say other than that. I mean as much as I love. I love him in Hobo with a shotgun. Oh Yeah I just think what he did. In buffy is so cool because <hes> other than again. Roy Body is later on in blade runner because he it's a sort of horror comedy movie. I think he did a really good job of remaining funny as the main villain but then also being scary right because when I was a kid I was scared of him and but I also loved watching him and I was also a little turned on. I'll do a quick plug for surviving the game because I think he's great and my answers the hitter okay all right. I respect all your answers but my answer besides Roy Batty because that is the answer is his character nighthawks. I absolutely loved him. In nighthawks. He is such a great villain and the twist at the end of nighthawks is fantastic billy dee and service just alone in the seventies chasing rocker our who's a terrorist. It is fantastic so I would say he's great in that as well all right. Let's wrap it up there. We're at the twenty five a minute mark. Thank you everyone for watching collided movie talk today. I WanNa Thank Jeff Snyder. I WANNA thank duty and for stopping by <hes> it was a lot of fun talk with you. All go see once upon a time in Hollywood. 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Blade Runner (Directed by Ridley Scott)  Like Tears In the Rain

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Blade Runner (Directed by Ridley Scott) Like Tears In the Rain

"What's up everybody? Welcome to show me the meaning wisecracks movie podcast. My name is jared. We've got a very special episode today. We've got a double Collab- in studio with me. Today is Michael from lessons from the screenplay had good to have you Michael Yeah Yeah and we have sage from just right again. He has gone yeah great to have both of you here. We did seven with Michael and then over a year ago. We did network with sage which is still one of the best movies ever right right. I thought you meant seven podcast with Michael Aw we did. We did the Fisher movie seven <hes> so today. We're talking about bladerunner. Oh by the way before we do that <hes> I did. Tell everybody that we were doing midsummer this week but <hes> because it's Bitcon sage was in town. We decided to push that back a week so we could take advantage of having him. I'm here in the studio but we will be doing summer next week but today we're doing bladerunner. The nineteen eighty two film directed by Ridley Scott starring Harrison Ford Rutger Hauer and Sean Young as always renting a go around and see what people think of this movie was like the first time they watched it was it was like watching it for this podcast or if you didn't watch it was like the last time you've seen it because I'm sure many of us have seen many times 'cause. We've all made videos about this movie. Let's start with the guy from out of town. Let's start with sage sage. What's that's how is blade runner rank in your life just hearing you say who this movie is? Starring is like gave me chills because these actors are so incredible. Rutger Hauer in this movie isn't credible. John Young is immaculate accurate. <hes> I don't have too long of a history with bladerunner of I think the first time I saw it was like maybe five years ago and it took me a while to like get on its groove but man watching this movie it just puts you in a mindscape that like no other movie gets you in total also. have any of you guys what cuts of this movie. Have you guys seen well first. Let's say you were Mike loss to say sure yeah I saw blade runner. I think back in college so ten eleven years ago something math <hes> and I did not like it the first time because it was slow and boring and I was like I don't get it and then I saw it again later and I was like this is genius. This is amazing and it's like that's a trend that I've in a lot of people have with blade. Runner is the first time it's kind of hard to get into it and then the second time I think I knew more the context and it just kind of like fell in love with it. <hes> and I think part of that was also I think the first cut that I watched was the theatrical Patrick cut like I think it had the voice over all that stuff and then the second time was the final cut which I is my personal favorite so I've I've only ever seen the director's cut in the final cut. So how how bad is the theatrical cut. Its I mean different. People have their preferences in my opinion. It's pretty bad like the voice over narration. Just doesn't like it feels kind of like it should work because it's in that Nawar detective you know history but you know even when I was doing research for my video Harrison Ford did not like the voice over like there's footage of him doing it and he's just kind of halfheartedly saying it because he didn't believe that it was going to be in the movie. He thought there's no way they're going to use this so he wasn't even trying and that's what they used so I feel like it's it's pretty bad in my opinion okay and then have you seen only the final cut sage yeah. It's just been just in the final cut yeah. I don't really remember the difference between the director's cut in the final cut. I think that the Unicorn thing is added in the final actually look this up today so they expanded the the Unicorn dream sequence the final cut but it was initially put into the director's director's cut and how familiar you guys with bladerunner twenty forty nine because I've only seen it once. I need to see it again but there are certain things I found myself asking like okay at this movie. Some you know people ask is decker to replicant and then I say wait. Was that answered in twenty forty nine or not yeah I've Seen I've seen twenty forty nine twice okay. I don't feel like I've analyzed it yet. Yeah so you guys just give you some background of Michael and sage. I was like what movie do you guys want to cover and they said what about one of the blade runners and I said all right. I feel much more equipped to do the first one because the second one I've only seen once and I've seen this movie like four or five times and the second one. I'm just like all right. I need to put some time aside to analyze that that one yeah yeah and on the question of <hes> decker being human or a replicant I think released got is the only one who thinks he's a replicant like yeah like everyone else involved in the production is like he's human <hes> and really like it's not even so interesting answering the question. It's more for me like the interesting part about it is that you're even asking the question <hes> and the fact that there's so few differences between the humans and the replicans that it you never know maybe you could be one yeah so I think in twenty forty nine they go off the the assumption that he's a human <hes> especially like I don't know can like if replicans can have children like that's a right well I I. I thought two hundred forty nine a special thing that happened for the first time but that was actually one of my problems with twenty forty nine hundred I feel like it does kind of answer that concretely that yeah degradation human because he gets a hold and he dies and all that stuff <hes> spoiler alert yeah but as kind of an anti spoiler alert because he doesn't die he doesn't die all right okay well. I'm going to stop none of us. Know Twenty forty nine very while other people die yeah. It's been a while but that was one of the things I didn't unlike about is that it did kind of have to answer that for sure whether or not he was human and I do like that it's open ended in the final cut of blade runner and sort of like you said sage. It's asking the question and let you kind of think about what that means now. What year does the original blade take place <hes> actually? It's perfect year to be recording this because it's twenty nineteen okay <hes> in November so we're four months early okay so twenty forty nine. He's thirty years older because I was wondering if maybe Harrison Jason Four if they don't address it in two hundred forty nine maybe it could just be that he ages quickly like Rutger Hauer or like <hes> Rutger Hauer scarlet as an age weekly. Just expires quickly never mind going down. Okay <laughter>. We're today. We're talking about bladerunner not leaving twenty forty nine but anyway <hes> this movie. I've seen it probably four five times as I said the first time I saw it was also in college I saw the final cut and I was just in the right mood. It's a very sleepy movie. Yeah and I think I religious was in the stage ride just seen risky business for the first time and I really liked the kind of eighties trance music I mean that one's Tangerine dream. It's not in this one but I really really connected with it and it really just put me in this state. That really captured this tone that I thought was really really unique and even the final cut it still does that. This movie visually seems like an impossible achievement to me when I watched this movie. It's so beautiful. I can't even believe that it happened that it's yeah every shot looks like it took two days to light right yeah for sure and it kind of sounds like that is what happened like my favorite parts about the BLU rays that they released that they have these like really long documentaries. About the making of blade runner and it was such a difficult process <hes> to make because of Ridley's vision and all the things required to lighted to have these big like street scenes and its end the rain and there's all these like cars or is that have to move and all the timing of things and it was going way over budget and all the stuff <hes> and so I think it kind of is an impossible movie because it almost didn't happen and probably shouldn't have happened like if the people financing it knew what it was going to be they would never website yes but it just kind of kept just barely being enough to like make it happen and and all that stuff so it is beautiful and they had to cut it five times before it actually did happen. Do you guys think directors can get away with that that kind of perfectionism these days. That's a good question <hes> like not in certain areas of of the movie industry like not not with the marvel movie <hes> maybe with a with other kinds of movies yeah yeah I feel like say they're like really low budget setting or on like a streaming service like Netflix like I feel like Netflix would let David fincher do whatever he wanted basically so I feel like in those kind kind of lower stakes quote unquote <hes> arenas there's probably more room for that perfectionism or with like an established director Wes Anderson or Quentin Tarantino who have very specific styles and tones like they can get away with making sure that that is there because it's like entire selling selling point yeah. I also wonder with with C._G._I.. If even that kind of creative control just requires less mania onset because so much you can just add in post whereas in Blade runner twenty forty nine you literally had to coordinate whatever seven teams I was wondering the lighting one doing the technological effects and all that stuff going on that seems to so effortlessly work in concert create this fucking beautiful movie that I can't believe every time I see it but anyway let's go into a recap X.. Blade runner Rick Decker what is brought back into the forest and tasked with tracking down and exterminating a group of Nexus six replicans or superpower androids used as off world slave labor that are illegal on Earth deckert visits the office of Eldon tyrell tycoon who created the replicans where where he meets his assistant Rachel who doesn't even know that she is a replicant meanwhile the Replicas Roy Leon and Chris seek an audience with tyrel in order to gain a longer life. They're pointed in the direction of Engineer J F Sebastian who will lead them to Tyrel Rachel Confronts decorate about being a replicant and after retiring another replicant deckert is accosted by Leon who almost kills him but Rachel Saves Decker in the Nick of time by shooting Leon after decker recovers he and Rachel share an intimate Moment Prison Roy Fine Jeff Sebastian and make him leave them to Tyrel Roy asks tyrel for a longer life and when tyrel declines Roy Kills Him Decker Kills Chris and Pursues Roy to a rooftop where Roy monologues about the horrors he seen as he peacefully expires decker rendezvous with Rachel and right before they're about to flee the city decker finds an Origami Unicorn and of movie art so sage. I think you hit it hit the nail on the head when you said earlier it's like does it even matter if he's a replicant which is actually one of the reasons why when twenty nine came out. I was a little bit disappointed. That Harrison Ford was even in it because let's just leave that you know all right enough <hes> but yeah let's talk about. I think the big thing about replicates is memories in this movie so <hes> Rachel discovers that her memories have been implanted in that none of them actually happened and at the beginning ginning deckers keen on suggesting that there's a clear distinction between replicant and human and since Rachel's memories didn't happen to her that makes her different than him but at the end after deckers final confrontation with Roy he realizes that no matter if your memories are create organically or digitally implanted all of our experiences no matter how important personal profound will ultimately wash away like tears in rain <hes> and there's that really cool part in <hes> so what's the other applicants name <hes> Leon he's he's like he's preoccupied with his precious photos and <hes> but yeah. Let's talk about that last seen <hes> when you guys watch that scene for the first time with Roy kind of dying saying time to die I've seen things. What did you guys initially take away from it? And what do you guys take away from it now great question of this so incredible that like it makes you feel for the antagonised yeah as he's dying <hes> I I don't know if I have a great great great answer your question. I mean like tears in rain. <hes> that you know memories slip away and the are ultimately meaningless is kind of what's what's going on unless until like unless you can stay alive right yeah what's interesting. I always when I watched it this time. I thought maybe that the reason why even though decker just killed Chris the reason why Roy doesn't kill him kill decker because maybe he thinks that only by telling him about the horrors that he saw while he was a slave that that would be the only way that his memories don't go to waste like tears in rain right. If the memories live on through deckert in some way yeah yeah at the Andy says quite experienced to live in fear isn't it. That's what it is to be a slave yeah and that's the moment that he like that. Roy realizes that deckert is capable of fear and kind of like recognizes uses the humanity and dexterity which is kind of the opposite of what you think would happen in this movie. You'd think that it's going to end with decker realizing the humanity in the replicates right but yeah you have that <hes> that beautiful scene where Roy Bady it's so good yeah and again like what you're saying about like just the staging of it to like how every frame has like is just covered in rain and the lighting of it. It's it's beautiful. I don't know yeah I mean so just again. Remembering the stories from the set that I feel like that was like one of the last scenes that they shot because it was basically at the point where the studio was like. We're pulling the plug in two days finish your movie by then and so it was like trying to capture this ending and the sun was coming up and like you know a lot of the lines for some of the lines anyway that he says are improvised and he was kind of adding while they were shooting and so I I feel like almost adds to the magic of that ending just pulling it off was such a crazy thing that it was kind of a miracle that it happened and I feel like that's spirit somehow comes across in those last moments also but yeah it is such an <hes> kind of an interesting point that I hadn't really thought about that you pointed out say that him realizing the humanity and decker and such a beautiful kind of Iranian. I think really Nice <hes> and peace to you know this film that's exploring. What does it mean to be alive and we have these kind of things that we used to tell ourselves over humans and we're alive because we have memories and we have souls and all these things and it's kind of poking holes and all of that yet and like the the tests that they do at the beginning like the which I'm GonNa get the name ovoid comp like <hes> but it like? It's designed to provoke emotion which. which suggests that like the people who designed that test believed that you have to show emotion in order to be human but when you're watching the movie the people really showing emotion Arthur applicants right like everyone every actual human is like really cold and distant and so is the the environment yeah <hes> yeah? There's some interesting things with Roy. Especially Roy seems to be the smartest and most cultured character in the movie so he when they meet the guy who created there is Roy quotes a modified excerpt from William Blake's America prophecy. He says fiery the angels fell deep thunder rolled about their shores burning with the fires of walk. It's got rutger Hauer so I can only eh emulate yeah. He actually like rutger suggested putting that line I also heard he suggested the tears in rain line. I'm a writer I think I saw that same documents do voice in Kingdom hearts movies. Is that what what he's doing her <hes> kingdom hearts video against yeah. He's the bad guy in Kingdom Way Haley Joel Osmond. That's right <hes> so there's also a line that speaks to what you guys are saying that is repeated twice at the end when Edward James Olmos this character who I don't actually know the characters name. He says it's too bad. She won't live but then again who does so gaffe. Oh that's right yeah so whether it's they live four years or four hundred years eventually we all die and I think that when when checkered and Rachel leave it's Kinda like one must live in the now no matter whether she's a replicant or not <hes> and we have to save our memories whether fake or not the fact that we have them is what makes us human or sentient or whatever you WANNA call it <hes> <hes> actually just to have more on that <hes> blake quote that no I don't have the I don't have the whole text of the poem here okay because actually I looked to Oh cool about it. <hes> because it's from America a prophecy <hes> <hes> which is a poem by William Blake written seventeen ninety three so it was like just after the American Revolution <hes> and what he's referencing there is that ORC in that poem is basically a representative of the American Revolution <hes> you can kind of liken it to <hes> you know the devil in <hes> <hes> in paradise lost right so it's like the rebellious devil rebelling against God <hes> so that's what he was seeing as what America's doing now <hes> but the way that the lines are changed <hes> in like in bladerunner versus the poem so it starts with fiery the angels fell in the movie but the line is actually fired the angels fiery the angels rose <hes> so <hes> there's basically like a reversal of those two I of the two the two ideas there <hes> so like in the poem the angels are rising with his revolution and now you have rutger Hauer character saying that they're dying so it's kind of like basically saying like America is dying which is like a huge thing in this movie where like one of the first lines you here is <hes> the blimp advertising off world colonies and like the lines in that are I had them. I had the high notes everywhere but <hes> yeah it's basically basically it's like you know the off world colonies in the land of opportunity rights and you can go and have a life there. It's basically the promise of America but it's not America anymore yeah and and of course the whole set looks like it's kind of I don't know I don't know if it's nestle post post apocalyptic but the world looks like a shit hole well yeah there's tons of pollution. I really like how they communicate that with. There's just light pollution throughout everything there's no seen that doesn't have some sort of <hes> egregious beam of light coming through the frame coming off an Atari sign nine. Yeah I noticed yeah but I'm not on the thing about the the angels dying and maybe you already suggested this but it seems like it could also be that they are. They are the fiery angels that were created by their God and then cast into hell which is the off world colony. Whatever doing slave labor and now they're I mean you could say they were uprising but I guess they're not really because all they're doing is looking for more life right or he could like Earth could be held in this scenario and the off world colonies are are heaven right yeah <hes> and the line from paradise losses better to rule and health and then be in heaven right and they were slaves in heaven exactly yeah very cool <hes> yeah you guys both your channels which are so my favorite channels by the way really glad to have both you guys you guys focused specifically on writing and this movie really does seem to so much of it is based on the very slow pacing the very basie Ah dialogue so when you guys engage with this movie how much of it is do you ascribe its <hes> its merit to the directing versus? The script as opposed to a traditional movie that you guys would analyze is yeah. I mean I think one of the challenges I had when looking at this movies that I personally feel so much of it is in the directing and the performances and the music and just that cinematography. I feel like it's a better film than events screenplay like I think if you just looked at the screenplay you might think that this is ridiculous movie and doesn't really the structure is kind of weird and like you said there are kind of it's a very slow pacing and that's why I feel like it's non example of like a perfect film but I think it's a good example of how sometimes you can let go of structural perfection and achieve something else like if all the ideas and there are powerful and are being explored and all the different ways of filmmaking you know top down <hes> that there is in kind of letting go of the kind of conventional story structure <hes> it creates this room to explore things in a more deep way and you run the risk of people watching it and not getting it and not liking X. or a lot of people that really don't like watching blade runner <hes> but for the people that do I think it taps into something that <hes> maybe you can't get if you're just trying to make a movie that anyone could sit down and watch and get into right for sure I describe it like both the filmmaking visually and the storytelling just dense <hes> like there's just so much being layered on top of one another like even what like just the quote we were just talking about with Blake like that that one quote gives a window to an entirely different interpretation for the film and that stuff is happening constantly <hes>. It's just all the way through yeah yeah I think mortar order what Michael is saying I think if you just look on the page of the scenes between Rachel and decker I think we can imagine a movie where it just doesn't work where it is totally flat. I think if I was probably reading descript having not seen the movie I would probably not by the romantic connection between the two but once again because it's just shot so methodically and operatic LII and slowly it works really works yeah it. I feel like it's one of those movies that puts you in a mood and then. It doesn't let you go and I feel it works because of like you're saying so dense. There's all these things happening all at once and I think if you can tap into that then you're kind of brought in and carried along on this like really wonderful journey but I think it is not super accessible for people so I think that's why there's this kind of barrier to entry and I think that's why it took me sing it again to be able to access all of that and especially for people who saw this in the eighties like to have a movie that's combining so many genres on Ras at once like both our videos touch on how it's basically film noir and like the roots of that <hes> but yeah anytime you're crossing genres and stuff. It's very difficult to get an audience in on it unless they're fans of both genres yeah definitely yeah. I think that's why I liked it more the second time actually because I think in that time period I learned to really love film noir and so I think having that kind of knowledge and background does make you appreciate what it's doing and kind of adds that extra level of it's it's this new thing but it's also paying homage to his previous films in the previous kind of storytelling and whereas the old Vilna wars were sort of you know about crime versus the lawn like what's good and what's bad. It's kind of taking that formula and you know where the private detective is kind of caught in between those two things where he's not quite a good person. He's not like the police officer either is not a criminal on please and decker is kind of in that place in this world where he has empathy for <hes> the replicates but also working for the police in his task to shut them down and so I think having that kind of background helped me appreciate <hes> all all the things that it was doing in the storytelling that way yeah absolutely when we were talking about seven <hes> last time Michael we we're talking about how there's some interesting parallels between Somerset and John Doe and I think you could draw similar in between the protagonists us any antagonised at that you can draw similar here between Roy in Decker D- 'cause they're both trained killers that are good at their job because they lack emotion. There's a line at the very beginning. We're deckert says that his ex wife used to this his ex wife used to call him Sushi she cold fish because he was so emotionless and <hes> Yeah I. That's something that I've been looking for more in movies with protagonists antagonists. I really like when there's some sort of level of association between the two of them. <hes> it's funny because it's <hes> it touches on the idea of Japanese dominance in in this moving <hes> it was Sushi Coltie Sushi Cold Sushi Goldfish Goldfish so like the idea of Japan Domin so oh yes oh a big idea in all cyberpunk and especially in bladerunner is the idea that Japan is going to become the dominant cultural force so there's a lot of anxieties about that in <hes> in cyberpunk. It's what's why Cyberpunk punk looks so Japanese movie opens with a giant <hes> picture of a Geisha on an on a billboard deckert's foreseen is him eating noodles and Rice <hes> from <hes> <hes> you know from a Japanese presumably. I'm going to cut that part of Japanese food stand right when he's yet so he's eating <hes> these eating Japanese food which you know when we watch it today that's like that doesn't register as anything to us but in the eighties that was kind of an anxiety in the yard because their economy was just ooh right right up yeah so <hes> that's funny that that <hes> that extended to <hes> to that line that's cut yeah all right. Let's talk about is so like is and photographs or a good motif in the movie so like the second shot of the film is an extreme close up of what I assume is decker die of course the void it comp task focuses on is <hes> than they go to the guy who said he designed Roy's is then this also extends into photos so Rachel chose decker to photo of her with her mother to prove that she's real. There's those more photos and Leon's apartment then. I think it's perhaps deliberate that Roy's final monologue. He says that I've seen things and <hes> yeah so I think we can all see how this focuses on perception our our inability to perhaps distinguish real and fake especially when our memories could be false but like I said at the beginning I think ultimately doesn't matter as long as those memories are there right right yeah and then there's that there's that fabulous line when <hes> <hes> Roy seeks out the guy who makes the is <hes> <hes> and he says to him <hes> chew if you could only see what I've seen with your eyes which just fabulous little bit of writing there yeah and it's ironic ironic that he's saying that to him but also just like you know it's not just having the is it's like the fact that you have to have been experienced and use them right to to see something yeah. It's kind of an interesting idea to think about <hes> kind of tying it back to memories also that you know we we know that our human memory is so fallible and like we don't really remember things accurately and so we feel like we have these memories but maybe they're not even real so that's kind of can discredit that as a test of what is alive or not and I feel like you know as I've been listening to talk about the memories and the perception thing. It's I feel like what also matters is. You know the past help us get to where we are but it's about what we do now and so whether our memories are real or not they got us to this place they've informed who we are in this moment and the choices that we're going to make right now and that doesn't matter whether human replicant whether they're real or fake that's the important part absolutely yeah and this movie does that on like a really Meta level with the music as well <hes> so one big part of the music. Is this like <hes> the Sax Saxophone phone kind of well. It sounds like a saxophone because it's done in an electronic way but it's very much aping the Cliche of the film noir movie. It's very much aping off of the Cliche of saxophone music back in film noir. You know have the doodle. Do have you ever seen thief. I haven't yeah I mean it's egregious but yeah saxophone in that movie but right but the funny thing about the Cliche AF saxophone and film noir is that it never existed in actual film noir they didn't what's it like Fifties Film New Orleans Thirties thirties forties and yeah the thirty. That's interesting because you're has you were talking about that. It was like all right like they do in the the film noir but like I couldn't find an example I was running through my the the reason it happened this way because so there's no saxophone really in any film noir until the French start looking at film noir taking it it seriously hence why they named Genre and at the same time they were taking American jazz release seriously so you have French directors in the French new wave who start putting those two things together and that eventually the. The American start copying the French off of that so the start forming that cliche of there being this. You know this saxophone music in film noir when that's only like a retrospective thing that we've we've been planted a memory ourselves about that as a culture and this movie uses that as well yeah. What do they call that with the what do you call that the Bernstein bear thing? What is that called the Della Mandela affect nothing drives me crazier than even dementia in that you actually do remember those things or no just that the people like who are so narcissistic? It's not that they were wrong. Once it's at the entire universe shifted when they right. That's kind of one of the things about fill no are that I find so fascinating just to kind of quickly touch on that point against like it was a genre that we didn't know that we had like we like the French found it and identified identified it and named it and then we started paying attention to them paying attention to what we had done and that's kind of how big thing right and it's such a cyberpunk idea of like these of you know things shifting from one culture to another and blending banding together Yeah Yeah another cool visual thing happens in this movie. <hes> when's your jaw. Zora is Zora Zora the the snake replicant snake lady she dies among a store of mannequins and I thought that was a pretty deliberate interesting thing to further ask us to distinguish between a real person and a fake person. <hes> one could also say that she's as she dies. She's breaking through the glass breaking through barriers. Perhaps I don't know maybe I'm stretching there but that's why this movie's so dense is that you can look at any one little motif in extrapolated out to the entire movie like she dies and she gets to bullet holes in her shoulder blades <hes> which you know going going back to the metaphor of <hes> these characters being fallen angels right in the Wings Right. It'd be like if they got their wings clipped like that's where the wounds would be. Isn't it interesting how certain movies invite the ability to endlessly interpret whereas others don't like there's a certain mystical mystique around Kubrick to where there's really no levels of interpretation that are too deep to where people would say that Oh oh you know or or like the shining for example which is also in this movie the Shining <hes> in the in one of the cuts where they have the happy ending Oh yeah they used aerial shots from to fill out this like him in the in one of the original touches him Rachel in a car like leaving town or something like that yeah okay. I think I saw that in the D._v._d.. Extra or something yeah feel like called up Kubrick. It was like we we know you shot a bunch of helicopter shots. Can we borrow them for Harrison. We talk about religious imagery. I'm kind of sick of talking about religious imagery but I think that you know there's the whole thing with you could say there's a father son. Holy Spirit thing so father tire <hes> is like tyrel son is Roy Roy 'cause he even like when he's trying to stay alive he'll he's like grabbing his hand. He's like no not yet and then he like sticks a nail in his hand and it's very stigmata and then I guess the Holy Spirit thing you could say is the dove flying away after Roy dies. I really like how in the scene when Roy Meets Tyrel Tyrrell's wearing kind of a white holy like robe tyrel essentially lives in a pyramid and <hes> like you said earlier one could hood read the William Blake's poem as Roy likening himself to Lucifer which you already said but <hes> yeah it's a super dense film super interesting. You Guys WanNa talk about the let's talk about the <hes> the Unicorn so oh so the Unicorn was added in so was added from the original or the theatrical to the directors and then expanded on the directors to the final is that right yes yeah I it's in the directors offers and then expanded in in the in the it was always intended to be and original film and so at least by released by Scott but he's not he's not a memory deckert has or it's just something that's in his head that he realized or that really Scott is trying to indicate to us that we're meant to think was implanted in his head for perhaps Edward James Olmos his character to indicate to him that he is also a replicant right yeah. If if you're reading it as Ridley Scott wants he wants to tell you very clearly that decorate is a replicant than he would have had ripe the Unicorn memory implanted in is it a memory like who remembers a Unicorn like that just seems like you know in those images like he's not there right. It just seems like right like the fact that these can see that at all is right like he doesn't you don't need the extra step of the Origami Unicorn like if you remember a Unicorn then something's wrong exactly yeah yeah. I've never really been clear about that like why it needs to be a Unicorn because I'm pretty sure corn is also shot from a different film so they just are using that from something else. I think it was like they shot at while they were shooting a different film or something but that's why it yet looks pretty different and out of place yeah yeah yeah because it could have been anything right. I do like that at the end at the end. He doesn't really dwell on it very much and I think that goes more to the point of it not really mattering even if we're to say that decker does has make the connection he kind of just grabs the Unicorn turns around and keeps going it doesn't really affect his life if he's replicant if he realized it or if he didn't he's still going to go off and live his life to the fullest in the now with Rachel Right. He's going to go to the nuclear wasteland of Las Vegas kind of getting back to what you were saying just a minute ago. I'm kind of have a question for you. Guys have certain movies are dense and invite this kind of endless discussion and <hes>. What do we think is required for that to happen because I feel like there's also plenty of movies that are dense and have a ton of meaning and nobody cares at all about like there's there needs to be something else that makes people people want to spend time finding the meaning and dissecting it but I'm never sure what that is yet? There are certain movies that if I mean I have a general rule that I mean if I'm doing stuff for wise crack and it's like <hes> you know we are just taking this honor analyzing this film because we think that the audience will be interested in it. You know we'll just do it but if it's like me personally there are certainly been movies like so for example Darren off skis film mother. I just hated that movie and <hes> I and I knew that there was some mm substance sub textual stuff going on there but I just wasn't willing to put in the effort because I didn't feel seduced enough. I needed to be seduced into being curious as to what he's saying but I wasn't so for me. You have to give you always have to give the audience in something. The movie can't be a hundred percent homework right and like the the religious <hes> metaphors in blade runner. They're not so kit you over the head that you disengage from the film yeah like there there and it increases. Greece's in notice ability as as the movie goes on <hes> but like with mother. It's like very clear up front like this is the Bible so there is no text that movie but yeah I mean it's an interesting question. Yeah I mean whereas like you know what kind of justifies a certain level of reading it depends on if you're looking at a movie just as something as an as an aspiring creator if you're looking at a movie as an aspiring creator of either screenwriter or director rector or someone who wants to make movies then there's probably a certain level of analysis that you really Argh only focus on the the writer director's intent but if you're looking at a piece of media as a cultural artifact as something that is consumed and that can and has something that is consumed can construe messages that are perhaps not intended than an and that's largely what what we do it wise crack is kind of you know look at things like cultural artifacts than I think you know really. Any level of analysis is justified guide because it's not whether or not the creator intended. It's just if you can point to enough evidence to make the argument that the text suggests something so right yeah and if you can connect it to something else in popular yeah our culture at large right. It's <hes> yeah you're crafting crafting that <hes> that meaning out of it yeah <hes> that's pretty much all I've got your anything else. You wanted to bring up on the movie. It's awesome so good <hes> yeah I agree. It's so good yeah. Have you guys ever seen it in the theater. That would be an experience. I don't think I have actually I haven't I would really love you. I mean I did that was one of the things I did appreciate about seeing bladerunner twenty twenty forty nine in a theater is I feel like I I also haven't unpacked it and so I don't have a whole lot of intelligent pods about it but the experience of watching it I felt like it was the most faithful sequel that I'd ever seen I feel like it kind of feels weird. Slow pacing problems dislike blade runner and the same people that like love bladerunner. I feel it can get into this movie in the same people that were turned off by bladerunner hated it in my experience anyway but sitting in the theater I feel like I had what I kind of imagined might have been the experience for people back when the original blade runner came out of dislike this kind of vision of the future that is this different than at very detailed l.. Then takes its time and has dense and all that stuff <hes> it's sort of a miracle that the sequel exists yeah like you know like movie studios are so cautious with with where they put their money and they decided to make a really expensive sequel cool to a movie. That's decades old didn't make a lot of money well. This is I mean unfortunately the sequel was a catastrophe financially end so I mean I don't know if they'll ever do that again. which really soul-crushing be yeah? I can't imagine the idea that a sequel was made to this movie by different director and that is good and that its faithful is amazing. Have you guys seen the trailers for Dr Sleep the sequel to the shining. I've heard about it. I've not seen it. I heard that that came. It's real weird yeah not to get off on too much but <hes> so you and McGregor plays Danny from the shining as he's like old okay but not only that in the trailer they show footage from the Kubrick movie like you know they show Danny on his tricycle and then it flashes too Danny you McGregor on a bike or something so it's like directly drawing this connection. I can't think of a more daunting task than having to make sequel to Kubrick movie like who take that job. That's a terrible idea. It's a horrible idea. I'm sure the movie the Guy who's directing it by the way his last movie was the widely acclaimed film. We g the OUIJA board. I'm being sarcastic. He was not it was not clear. I I got that well. I actually haven't seen that I did check sector views like who is this guy. That's taking Kubrick's mantle. Okay the Ouija Guy. Well good luck bro Yeah like yeah Richard doomed to failure or or maybe this is the career turnaround that <hes> you know weaken hope but that's a job. I mean you know if I'm being overly fanciful. That's a job I would turn down like if somebody said here's ten million dollars for you to make a sequel to cooling we I would say no. That's just not necessary and I can't do justice yeah. I'm really pump for Dune Yeah. Oh Yeah I have never seen the David Lynch one. Even though David Lynch is one of my favorite filmmakers. I just heard it's bad so I have been avoiding it yeah. No I haven't seen any version of Dune. I'm reading Dune but was you know then the villneuve directing it <hes> who is director of Bladerunner Twenty forty nine that movie might bomb terribly too but at least I I'm kind of hoping that it becomes like the next thing it's the Aquaman is the main guy right <hes> no. It's a Timothy Shalam. Oh the main character and then his dad is Oscar. Isaac and Jason Momoa is in it AH okay. I think everybody's in it. It was like a weird couple months. Where like all you heard was like Oh a-list actor joining well? That's what it was like in the eighties. I mean everyone who was who in the eighties was in the David Lynch Dune soon but <hes> I should just I was reading David Lynch's biography and that was the low point of his life and his career. It was just a nightmare production and afterwards <hes> but anyway we're going on tangents. We're going to skip the mail bag today today. Guys we just squeezed in this podcast. Sense sage was in town so we said come on over. We'll do a classic. <hes> we are going to be doing midsummer next week so apologies that we did not <hes> follow up on the promise last week but <hes> anyway guys I want <hes> let you know please check out both Michael and sages channels or some of the stuff on Youtube sages channel is just right. Michael's channel is lessons from the screenplay. If you listen to our seven podcast guarding that tells a little bit about your channel and stuff that you do sage yes make video essays on on Youtube. They're about writing about media analysis. <hes> I cover a bunch of different mediums. I got a video game video on the way O- opinion. Can you tell us which gamers at secret secret <hes> now I can tell you it's not <hes> I've been promising might patrons to that. I do video on the witcher. Oh Com some doing but it's going to be the witcher and also the last of us is going to be there so I just replay the last of us so good weights how long how long did you have to play the witcher to research that Oh that's better on answering a lot of research time steadily research. I mean I've played a bit of the witcher three and that thing is it's fungus is maybe my favorite favorite game is just it's great every part of it also Michael Anything you WanNa plug <hes> we recently launched a podcast of her our own called beyond the screenplay where we me and the writing team the people help make all the videos for lessons screenplay we do deeper dives into each of the movies that these covered on the channel <hes> and then occasionally we have guests on like we recently had <hes> John August on relish so awesome Aladdin and big fish some really awesome a lot of good tips for screenwriters writing team behind searching the John Show movie that came out last year so <hes> yeah so that's that's the thing that we're doing sage will be on a future episode that you.

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Extra Life With Pond's Press Update #2 (What We'll Stream)

Pond's Feed

22:52 min | 7 months ago

Extra Life With Pond's Press Update #2 (What We'll Stream)

"Inch. Extra News See I did very calmest time run around the Do. Now, we can actually control. You. Okay. So Extra. Life News it's an and. Are Yeah. So. There's actually quite a few things to talk. Well, I'd say one big thing to talk about and that is the schedule now again, things are good. Possibly change can't promise everything but I'll say ninety percent of the schedule is basically complete maybe even one hundred percent I'm just leaving out the ten percent in case of happens for like a couple events body. Yeah. Yeah. But this is pretty much what's GonNa Happen Oh by the way I. Need You address one thing before I said this will not be streamed will be recorded. This, because I can find anyone who would stream for me and then does between the week you said Hey L. do it so. I guess we're confirming it. Now the entire will be streamed on her Miami six, one seven. Unsure about that now. I mean I just hope nothing happens like crazy I mean my mine's pretty stable I just. Mine is not. That's the reason why I can't host. STR-. Well, I mean, it's it's stable and doing this but. Every time I try to host. Lake, at a watch party on Netflix Sir I I remember we try to watch the muppets on Disney plus and there was a so many frame skips I tried to play on ps now that's the. Backwards. Compatibility streaming service Sony. Has. And could not play the PS three game on there with our massive latency. Though twit streaming for me livestream for me does doesn't work unless I am doing it a place lake. The. Used to had where there is great internet and that allowed me to livestream gaming. The fact that you have better Internet the me and you're willing are you? Willing to do this I. Think this is awesome and Well. There's one thing I do. WanNa and we'll get to that 'cause. There's there's one particular activity I I'm also kind of cautious about Mogi. Let's go. Let's go over what to expect. So starting off with the opening remarks course we began at eight am to eight M. so at the opening. Day On. His I'm. Thinking of how much I have to sleep before this and okay. You've done that before. I know I always I leave around like two three. AM sometimes it had five anyways that I did have. Yeah. Oh Ninety going anywhere. EASILY NAB. Well that that's that's good. I am I've actually stayed all the way to nine am L. The one okay. Two Times I didn't stay all the way. The last time was just because mildly ride good that could take me home had to do it out eleven pm than the one before that the year before that I stayed almost twenty four Hours I stayed like twenty three because I think people got burned out that David, all of the big activities in the first twelve hours. So I guess people live sooner I mean. That's the thing with this is that I'm not trying to predict a high number, I? Mean right now there isn't a lot of people that have rbis p. on either the facebook advice. Ours RSVP. Of either on the facebook event or? In the under team mobile solution like if you go to team mobile solution, there's only like six brewed. -ticipant S- I believe very like less than ten and so I mean there hasn't been a lot of people caught onto this yet and I'm hoping that in this month of October I am definitely looking to spend more time at vying finding other ways to advertise I, talked to a creative collar recently the wonderful lady. Asia Robinson or otherwise known as air as she is a gorgeous musician and she was telling me about instagram ads, which is something I'm going to had to take advantage of. As I've been doing facebook ads to our, which is that's how I've been able to try to get more people and posting facebook groups I'm also looking at read it I. Don't know how Victim Retinas but I'm I'm looking at all options basically. To get the word out on this. I mean this is still early. I'm so I mean I have looked at this yesterday on September thirtieth and this is November seven so again. This could be people start. Okay. Let me check my schedule. See if I'm available for November seventh. So I mean I'm not quite soon there won't be many be bowl participating and at this sexual life I'm just saying that I'M NOT GONNA go get ahead of myself and do you know an abundance amount of activities just constantly as so that's where we'll get to it after opening marks in. This is something you brought up in that's talking about how much extra life means to US means to. Everybody earliest everybody participating several play. A couple of videos also talk to. Some nurse Guide Aaron McDonald with social, be talking about working with children's. I met see if I can get a friend of mine who is a nurse over in West Virginia to also share her experiences is I, think that is important to share motivation into why we're doing this, and then in transition to our game, deviled talk about the news of the week like could we do on this show? So there's definitely going to be some gaming related stories going on in the week leading up to extra life. This will be our show how. Will we won't have a show like the next. Thursday. After this is I'm. Going to be two shows but we'll come back pretty much middle of November because the PS five came out and I do WanNa talk about that. But yeah. So news stories than our first game developer, which is Joel Christianson be ten am is going to be showing off star girl Super Emma West Side I forgot the super it's actually star stargell super. Emma Retro Cute beat him up about little superhero girl inspired by his niece so it's Sweet tail. In this idea, he's got and then eleven am we're gonNA take a lunch break So that that's going to be a game. Demo is going to be play the hardest level as God, and then Vol bike you're a then we're gonNA have lunch break. and. Then twelve PM is going to be our first raffle drawing which next week gonNA focus more on how the raffles work is I'm still allowing People that I'm partnering up with to get back me. So, I don't WanNa Kinda go ahead. Now, talk about all the price is right away because they're still coming. So next week I'm gonNA focus more on the raffle drawing how that works but I know that I have or have a plan and guide quite a few prizes. Most of them are games some really cool games though that's come. Awesome. And that does games I. Mean there are costs play a there's mix of things, but we'll get to that next week. And then one PM is going to be our second game developer and this is interesting because while our first third developers, their Games won't command twenty twenty one this guy is showing his game as it released the releases the day before extra life, and that game is wave crash, which is a puzzle fighter with the billet aesthetic of playstation. One game says it's kind of neat night look nice little. Tutti sprites with the character models and then three D. kind of box allies D- with the different blocks it's all about China do. NOCCO the other blacks, the opponent side will tug of war going on. It looks visually exciting. I'm excited to have. Our developer to come on and show off his game and promoted through more people to get aware do pm is the cost play contest. So we will have a gaming costly contests hosted by caused supply, which was led by Terry, Bailey or dfw wonder woman and Michael Thin. Hill is deb yet one though they will be hosting be extra life event with a couple of judges and all that information that is costly contest run by them. That is not my expertise that is their expertise. So follow caused a play on facebook for more details, but that's going to be onto pm three pm is our musical guests, Selvi demise I, and this is the part where I am going to be cautious because I've learned on twitch that apparently. You could get Bam from a couple of drops of the N. word. And there are few there are a couple of songs that do contribute tain strong language. And that is why she is performing. Clean. Which means? Those same songs but with our all that? I think I think. Even I, know that means you're. Just making sure. Queen. Isn't just oxy clean? No, it is. Yeah Yeah. Okay. So yeah, she'll be. She'll be coming on in performing a more appropriate versions of her songs followed by Qa. So that'll be awesome because I I've been connecting a lot with Irish artisans use my first right before the Emma say accurate in Latte and then four PM is earned last game developer, which is Adam again. And Adam. Kareem who develops throated dry protocol or pro-trade might say pro dry Delta and that is a mega man needs ratchet and clank action adventure game. This is something interesting even free. I don't know. No. Foltz not me okay I'm busy. Eric sorry about the product Yeah Produce Delta. He's going to show off his game and then Cuna just like the five pm eat dinner six PM. Battle the Jack Box. So we're going to have a big little freefrall on Jack Box party seven. So the latest party pack and the Jack Box. Kind of do a little gun when going around the different mini games to see who can win the most data them is refund and then some pm be among us. We're we're GONNA play among us together, and I'm going to decide to play it blindfolded be an interesting experience where by blindfolded means, I, will have not played the game prior to that events and I looked up any. So just meaning, you're going to play it blind but not like actually not look at the screen because that'd be really pretty you think I met. You said blindfolded that's. Your speech it's it's it's the blind playthrough. Okay. Even though the. Okay. So I mean I don't suggest it but role say, no, that'll be fun we. Me Try new experience a game that why people love there's memes like all over the Internet. I cannot escape Mangas like everybody I'm falling on. Instagram is just making memes about it. So. That'll be fun experience to have. and. Then in transition from this to the other. Rapid to raffle drawings. So the second being on nine PM on around eight PM, it might be like a fifteen or so I will go ahead and play through or a little bit of a game called pandemic panic. And it's the F. Piaf's worry. You're actually killing cove nineteen like literally covid nineteen our enemies in the game and you're shooting them down. It's all cutesy and colorful. But yes, you're you're actually shooting at a virus So that's GONNA. Be An interesting game to play and the Corrs. raffle drawing nine PM TEN PM and Eleven PM is when we're going to have our Michael Cross tribute screening. So Michael Cross is a great friend of mine who's been I'm the righty pond. And self doubt he wanted to help out on this event fortunately, he passed away. So this is my way of. Honoring his legacy in what he meant for a lot of people by US doing a live reaction I'm there are two movies and I have an I'm I'm line talking with some people and don't know which one's GonNa work out but one of them for sure but it's under the inspiration or is a William Castle now? Yes. Technically that is under the general of horror but I I'll tell you reality I've watched these movies are not scary as they are instead very funny like very can't be very goofy worried that you're going to be scared GB's out of now there are much scarier things in this. So there is no like gruesome faces no, no. It is like you can see how fake everything is. It doesn't mean there's not gruesome faces because the. I did. Watch. The distinct trolls to, but not like knows was a strolls and it was just nasty and I was. No there's no like there's no like disgusting visuals or ghouls or whatever her could. Also, but it was still yeah no, there's nothing there's nothing like that like every. It's basically a live action scooby Doo if. You. WanNa. If you WANNA gade a reference UNCLOG ED's premed like Scooby Doo they're in a haunted mansion of some sort. I mean that's between two movies but both of them kind of work the same way and is like these little guys ago new I mean like really you're scared of us. Now. What that's why we're. Also, we're going to watch the film and then you're GonNa give your thoughts on it. Is I've seen these movies you have him. So the interesting hearing, your perspective. Yeah. And then on transition to this. like at the twelve am introduced to this to our next big thing that I'll. Yeah there there's so many more gaming conversations of news stories ago over then. Definitely that. But. Then we're going to be going over to her final two big things the first one being the hours that hate us. So remember with David Downing did something called the our does exist and that's because the daylight savings. So I'm going to play on that in do the hour that hates us or we're GONNA play some very bad games like some really awful games as Bobby, I? Wonder. Might in my iron and might I I'm? Might you never know I? Am I'll I'll tell you. I actually have a couple of games in my head. They haven't been fully decide yet. discount Rutger hauer going Su are. Either I'm playing them or you're playing them or we're taking turns playing one, but it will be a fun experience. Suffering through a game that is not very good and then the last game that we're going to be playing towards the end in which is on. Air Tire which is a cooperative RPG and in the RPG were you use your phone as a controller? So just like jags games were people can participate by using their phone. Instead you're using your phone as its own control like it's got its own move buttons and tag buttons but the game is displayed on steam on PC. It's an interesting low like innovation the game had were it's people can drop them just by pulling out their smartphone vice. Guide you know it's got some RPG LLC know about leveling up in different character classes and it's got every character they look like figurines has that sort of our direction to it was a cool game that I played over at Christmas and it was also one of my honorable mentions came out a few years ago. So I think that'd be a cool thing or a interesting thing to end autumn where were playing while we're super tired as well. Certain. And then the last two things so around. Late five to six am we're GonNa have our breakfast break which is gonna be called it will sandwich. Were going to have breakfast, but specifically, it will be a sandwich that will wake up to eve. And I'm going to be extra silly and pretended to be WWe by messing with my own feared which I'll be. I'll be wrestling my own two pieces of bread does get cheesed gather. It'll be an interesting little experiment have fall by closing comments or reduce wrap it up talk Bauer, how much privacy made on the goal and you know how much fun we have would we change next year or whatever, and that's it ends at eight am or stadium in we all bill super tired immediately go to bed I, mean that's kind of goes. What do you think about that? Was We? got here, I found this eon alter and his five dollars on steam episode one Yeah Yeah it's it's not a very expensive looking game but it's got a very simple art style, but I enjoyed it. It's fun why it's a very interesting game I. Think it would be cool thing the him as far as like the last game to play any cases, there were two other people that are up with us. They could join into guys is four player Co.. The nostalgics of old school couch co op gangs of anarchy twist yeah yeah. So that is what will be an this again, this'll be streamed and it will be record I'll be recording. You'll be stream yet, but it will be saved and it'll be brought up to different platforms. I mean look how think of it this way hide even benefits you as the twits streamer, you get more light people coming in just for the events and they'll be like, who is this reminding six one seven I shouldn't subscribe in see her streams after that. I mean, Hey, it brings more attention to you to. Well. Things be ice or like vase now I don't I don't. Know. Because it's not about me. Thought. The kids it's I have a shot, a command that is x mission for donate in. So that brings up like my specific. Fundraiser page. and. There's a something that happens on screen when. Someone. Donates than you know that kind of thing the basic alerts upstream lawyers has. Yeah Yeah. It's still I mean I look at this way. It's a great way to expose yourself as a creative, but it's also a great way to help out others is I'm I'm looking at this Lego I am year for now definitely not but yeah, during this it's inspires others the. Created to consider doing things charity early for a little bit. So that's something that does remain spires me to do this especially with an amazing ear to get through. An have fun. The only thing I wanna say regarding like Whitney Ama- coming in critiquing your So. Yeah. I I've been practicing now now. I haven't been, but I will will be practicing well. So she came back to me and said like she doesn't know her serve shelby l. make because she's got rehearse for her she's doing a concert the week after so g might be able to pop them, but it's not going to be like a segment long thing to say you I remember pop in I'm GonNa Make Fun of Jackson and then I'm gonNA advertise. Well, she's going pop in for a bed she's just going to. Be attending. So at first I was like, Hey, this'll be fun second to do I mean that's why I put on the excel page subject to change because at the very beginning I just put things as best us in an okay. This is what we could do. Now this is what we are hearing. Yes. That's what I had to say about this week updates. In next week, we'll talk a premature all about the raffle drawings, which is a deserves the a segment on its own.

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1066: And Then This Is How I Changed My Life This Weekend by James Altucher on Personal Growth

Optimal Living Daily

09:01 min | 2 years ago

1066: And Then This Is How I Changed My Life This Weekend by James Altucher on Personal Growth

"This is optimal. Living daily episode. Ten sixty six and then this is how I changed my life this weekend by James Alger of James altitude dot com and just a Molly your personal narrator, reading blogs to you mostly. But sometimes books anything that I think will help you optimize your life. Today's post comes from James altitude for a very unique writer, always as a different perspective. And before we get to the post are you focusing on the most meaningful things in life take inspiration from Scoggins watches and jewelry, their Danish minimalist designs are guided by less is more a good daily reminder for all of us. See how they do it as Scoggins dot com. That's S K A G E, N dot com and get a special discount on your first purchase. When you sign up for e mails again that Scoggins S K A G E N dot com. For now. Let's get right to it. As we optimize your life. And then this is our change my life this weekend by James altar of James, Altro dot com. I wanted to do something. I had never done before. I wanted to do something creative. I wanted to plan to see that could turn into something both artistic and lucrative with a friend. We outlined a story based on mutual interests of ours in some of my life experiences, and then I wrote a screenplay from beginning to end in one weekend. I love exploring new subcultures I've been involved in many slices of life over the past thirty years for me, new subculture is both in escape and a passion when you combine escapes with passions money music side effect and love is a side effect. I took to high stakes subcultures to hedge fund business which was involved in for about fifteen years and the stand up comedy world, which I I tasted twenty years ago. But I been more active in the past one to two years and probably obsessively in the past year are performed Saturday and Tuesday also in the past few years. Several high stakes things have happened to me shaking me to the core. Shaken forcing me, always to apply my own advice to my. Itself rather than to just do believe give it to experience my own beliefs again, and again divorce money and throwing out everything I own plus spending years moving from Airbnb to Airbnb why did I move from Airbnb to Airbnb, I don't really know. I didn't want to deal with the hassle of owning anything. I want to have everything taken care of. I wanted to be a voyeur on everyone's life. I wanted to explore new places and neighborhoods as much as possible. But because I did this for years hundreds of stories both bad and good have happened to me from the horrific to the amazing coincidence to just simply the amazing reminds me of Rucker hours monologue in death scene in the first blade runner. Quote. I've seen things you people wouldn't believe I watched CBS glitter in the dark near the tannhauser gate. All those moments will be lost in time like tears in rain, and quote, and yes, I'm comparing myself to Rutger Hauer and blade runner. I give myself permission, a friend of mine gave me advice. Recently. It's time to stop at the Airbnb as she said is creepy. We're having lunch today. She saved my life before so launches on me, big spender. So I wrote all of that down into two equations to high stakes subcultures hedge fund world, plus commie world equals acts to high stakes life situations divorce, plus extreme minimalism equals. X math problem solve for x it turns out X is a story. So with a friend, we outlined every seen in a story from beginning to end, thou Saturday in every scene, we jotted down the situation that characters the location and ideas on dialogue. We kept writing dialogue down until we laughed then Sunday, we each wrote a script from beginning to end, then merged them scene by scene in two days. We went from laughing and brainstorming random ideas to come up with all the scenes to finish first draft screenplay. I'd never read a book about screenwriting before. I never written one before. I've read hundreds of screenplays when I worked at HBO, and I advise on TV show, but I never wait. For permission to do. Anything? Ready? Fire. Aim wait a few rules when mapping out the scenes. The first few scenes at introduce every character location and problem or tension each scene had to be funny could be dark, but also funny each scene had to move the main character and potentially minor characters forward zero cliches, and we wanted most of the scenes to take place in locations where my would want to spend my time Seinfeld. Gave this weird piece of advice on nor McDonald's podcast make a TV show where people want to hang out in locations. I've never heard that before if I can make myself laughing each seen then chances are someone else would as well. We used a site called Celtics to merge, the scripts as we both worked on them on her own on Sunday. We mapped out how the entire season one of the story could work with one line each describe each basic story we mapped out a season two as well. We figured out all the ways we can market the show, mostly using my own social media. We also figured out how we can shoot it ourselves. If nobody else liked it, which is always possible. This evil plan is what I also call. My choose yourself strategy without a choose yourself strategy in every life situation, you give too much power to others in a worst case scenario whenever I don't give myself at choose yourself strategy. I end up being unhappy and being sad. Then I gave the script several people to see all the parts where they laughed out loud. Then Monday, I sharpened up dialogue. I'll do that every day until it's ready. No rush. Someone told me the fairly brothers were once given this advice don't say you are trying to movie say you are doing a movie I'm doing scripted TV sitcom will it get done. I don't care I'll say to exercise. My idea muscle by coming up with ideas for each scene ideas for each character ideas for each piece of dialogue. This is the mental part of the daily practice often write about. The ten ideas day every day for me when I exercise the idea muscle. It only gets stronger will get done for twenty years. I built up at the and connections in this business. Connections are Email addresses. Facebook friends aren't Siamese twins connections are people I would do any favor for who. I assume would do any favor for me. And I was able to do this with a friend. We had so much fun. And it was a pleasure. This is the emotional part of the daily practice. I often write about will it get done. I have personal experience in everything I wrote about plus the marketing skills to make something happen. Will it get done knowing I wanted to do a good job on this? I made sure I slept. Well, eight well exercised got into shape. So I be as creative as possible. This is the physical leg of the daily practice often right about the mind the body. My relationships are always linked together. When one is bleeding or leaking energy the entire body collapses. Will it get done? I don't even care. Doesn't matter to me. I could die tomorrow. I will never mortgage my presence in exchange for future fantasies. This is the spiritual side of the daily practice. I often write about why even write about this process before I do anything with it. What fit never happens, which is likely because process is art because I already did something with it. My wrote it, and I wrote it using all of the ideas, I've written about for years if it fails or succeeds from here all right about that. Also, it already got done because this weekend, I loved every minute of it because I don't know tears of rain. 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Hour 2: Domonique Foxworth On NFL & Juneteenth

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

32:55 min | 10 months ago

Hour 2: Domonique Foxworth On NFL & Juneteenth

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For all ways, headlines that information to the sportscenter on ESPN radio all throughout the day, so one of the things that may have escaped your attention last hour is that we were in agreement? Mike's do gods and I that June. Nineteenth is not political. We agreed on that for us. Not Political, but it probably is worth noting that. In celebrating the end of slavery, there was a political war actually waged. So there was politics soaked in race. As many of you can argue as been throughout time. I just feel like black people look at both parties and say which one's going to do less evil to me like they don't. They don't think of these conversations as being political, even though you can't get away from the political stuff but Dominic Foxworth is with us now and so when I tell you dominique and thank you for joining us that not a half hour ago. On, this show Freddie. Coleman was wishing everybody explaining to them. What June teams was and wishing everybody a happy June team Dominic. Foxworth hears that and thinks want. Making accomplice. We've been fighting for all this time again Freddie. Call minutes. Explain to why. Can't. To celebrate so everyone, go back in your homes, no more protesting no more unrest. Your mind that you can have. Because now. All his right in the world because we can hang on mission accomplished banner, 'cause now Freddie. Coleman talk show. Would you and Jane Right? So it's over racism as one in twenty twenty. Wonderful. Mike do you have sound to commemorate that so that we can all celebrate together? That racism is now over as proclaimed by. Dominic Foxworth. Very exciting. the last the last seventeen days, or so the last three weeks as you've been on television very strong. Very eloquent born for this moment to talk about this moment Where have you found that you were pushing the boundaries? Where have you found that you are testing? The limits of what can be said about this because This is a good time to have that platform. Yeah well first of all I want to commend you for going with eloquent instead of I think you guys I think I'm having learned over the years. That's what I've learned. Now that we've solved racism I was way ahead of the curve on that I used to say articulate then was corrected and went eloquent. It's also it's also in the tone of voice, so you have a nice plane tone of voice that does not imply. Is. That's also it's not the word I take as much as I. Stating as fact. Acquitted that young Brown fell. In, the in the right way to property toys and proper word I'm so proud of you then. So advanced in woke, but anyway I I. Don't know I haven't really thought much about Boundaries that we had here as you pointed out several I'm not really care too much about the mavericks. It's in my mind, but I felt last weeks. Like boundaries around race haven't been lifted and I. Don't know I didn't think then think about it. The first day I went on. It's just we were all so fired up and angry, and you gave me a microphone and asked me a question that was not necessarily but. Are You I? mean the network I. Guess About racing about something else passionate about it a moment that I was very like charge dumb about it I gave my honest opinion and the only people who are mad about it was like. I don't know twitter all then Oh, because I I was actually like. Not Worrying but KINDA concerned after the first couple of days like man. I'm about to lose my job over this stuff because we saw what has happened to people in the past and response has been different I'm sure a year from now when it's all, cool down. I was GONNA remember all the crazy thing I said in. My. And maybe jeopardy at that way, but whatever I've been to. Until that point, I'm going to keep going and Santa things that. I WANNA. Do and say, and it's been a been interesting. I'm walking around my neighborhood right now. There's no white people I don't know if what's going on if they're like nervous, but I was expecting to see some, and I didn't know how they interacted with gotta go, but there's nobody else is. How how much has it changed over the last two or three weeks? Where white people are less scared of you who have always worked with you? In terms of offending the first couple of days were sort of magical Has that dissipated at all? You sense more White Comfort. No you've got, you can throw a key word out there or something. Say Any you saying the worth of stomach and they get they get all point. Upset and worried and this uncomforter- uncomfortable again, so it's still there. It just requires a little bit of like prodding. Whereas the past, it was just a general kind of. Or a company now if I think the normal then I'd say. Systemic and then going out and then all apologetic abandoned pretty nice on. What are we to do with this story today? That Alfred Williams the former Colorado defensive player that he is saying that Mike. Gundy is a quarterback when he was playing. Use The N. word, and that he's got twenty people vouch for it, and he's not trying to get him fired. He's just asking for an apology. What do you make of these statues going down with the Washington racial slurs and the Minnesota twins now the things that are happening in terms of shifting those are two different questions. What should have right Gundy and what are you making general of? Just what's moving and shifting? Care much about my Gandhi I think you guys have bone, yesterday or the day before and he spoke. Very articulately I can say. Don't worry about how. How we're. We're kind of looking at the wrong thing with Mike. Gundy or not speaking to how he talked to players how he treats his players. I think that's more of a concern like I'm not looking to get. Somebody fired over. Using the N. word when he was a college football player, I mean decades ago like that doesn't seem to be. I mean I. don't care much like. Yell. Argue about how stupid either how racist people who use that term. I I'd rather people talk about the way that he treated his players now and maybe this colors how he treats his players, the colors how we understand how he treats his players that matters like if you wanna fire him, fire him for that. For. Wants US in word When he was young, because I imagine there's a lot of people who would have jobs if if that was a That was a a qualifying thing, and maybe all should lose their house like the point is, that's not what matters. That's nice impacting. People's lives in the way that the things he's doing now, and that's for the the statues and those things going. I think that's all symbolic and it's good. It's important because the symbolism matters and neighbor it reminds us of things, and it kind of speaks to what country stands for I mean. I've always been against the Washington football teams name, and that's another thing that's to change but I think that this is the same as the racism play action where you get hung up on these other things, and it could feel like success because these statues and stuff for coming down, but The structure that exists within our system are still there now I don't think. Changed, it'll just be less reminders of what's going on with statues and names of things and and Sarah Bottles that this to me feels like. It's not GonNa Change. My over the long run I bet it's important, but it's kind of like people tweeting our companies tweeting out How how much they support black lives matter I like to hear it I like to see it, but I'd rather see something more systemic. Roger Goodell when he I mean a complete about face on his stance with Colin Kaepernick and you know having Colin in the League endorsing Colin to be a quarterback in the NFL telling teams design them. Are you having a hard time taking that seriously? I mean riser in the NFL in general like they actually like more from them than most because they were actively on the other side like. many many of these people and in companies can at least say like. We were not actively pushing against the cost like the. NFL was actively pushing against Colin Kaepernick right to kneel and. Bringing attention to this call so I. I do think that a statement is nice and I'm not someone who like. I try not to like line. Is Any figures so like Colin? Dance celebrate things but like. It feels like the it's not the end of anything if Collin gets the job, and that's another one of those things where we'll be symbolically important, but I, don't think that. That speaks to the change that's needed in the country. Necessarily so I I. Mean I support him getting a job? If he wants to play, he's certainly should play, but again it's not like a pat on the back because you did you. You Stop disenfranchising one individual. You disenfranchise in four years like it'd made it seems. Somewhat irrelevant, but I'm sure we're going to celebrate it like it's a big deal. If it does happen because it will be well, we We don't have very much time left, but did you find it? It's entering interesting as I did. The president of the United States that the NFL was fearing his twitter tirades that he avoided the word kneeling altogether the other day and encourage. The signing of Colin Kaepernick. That seemed like an about face as well. I mean I can't keep up with him like. Who knows what did he say or what? He's doing what he's talking about and what it means what he's trying to communicate into. Whom like it just? It's too. It's too all over the place, but it all seems to be a radic in and aimed at drumming up a certain amount of hate in order to get him get a group of people to put them back for another four years so like I i. don't know I did think that we can all wrestling. Sure that I doubt that football analysts are safe because his analysis of Colin Kaepernick being not up to snuff just. Die With the numbers or the Games that we watching I. Don't know how much football he watches, but. I wouldn't hire DM for sure We gotta go to commercial. Go ahead and play that, but still has one last question for you. To the sponsor in just a second. I ain't got time to bleed. Yes or no question here Dominique. Being in the shower wall. Debates yesterday and I understand like everyone is afraid to go up and get the money. You probably want all the debates, but that doesn't mean that he was right like. What's the? What's the point of holding onto it or a Paean before getting in going down to grain? I'm I'm discussing the rest of you. Thank you dominate. GEICO to access to licensed agents, twenty, four seven, which means that Geico is always there for you. If only everyone was always there for you, like your mom when you fill out really really important paperwork on the first day of a new job. Check Birthday Social Security's thing. Hey, mom, what aid my social security number mom mom. Okay, let's. Zero zero one seven Gemini Hashtag Geico always there for you with savings and twenty four seven access to licensed agents. The End Radio is presented by progressive. Insurance get your quota progressive DOT com today, missing baseball tune in Sunday night for MLB Classic Game One of the two thousand. It's an LDS between the reds and the phillies presented by Progressive Insurance Coverage Begins at eight eastern on ESPN radio and the ESPN APP. Did. You guys know the mets world series five years ago. Yeah didn't seem to know what the other day when her yesterday when I was saying. The mets haven't been relevant twenty years well I said the Matt. Harvey Game, game six or seven of the world series. I said that game I don't think there was a game six or game. Seven of that might have been the NFL CS, no. They blew through. The. Royals. I totally forgot that that happened. Yes, they've been pretty crappy like since Johann retired now they got to the one world with with Matt Harvey, and you know there were questions as to whether Harvey should've started that he shouldn't of and he did anyway. What a turn for both franchises really! One though ERMO put it on the poll. Did you forget that the mets were in the world series five years ago? yes or no Mike. Help me understand something here I know that I am out of the popular them always like one of the worst ways sorta sentence in my mind Why is that? Okay, I'll try to help you understand something this is. Why is this a bad way to? Me a little nervous. This is going to be in in your wheelhouse i. feel like because I have not partaken over the years in pardon, my take in a very popular sports podcasts, a lot of people say that we look and feel like and even though we well. I shouldn't say we don't listen I. Have Not heard what they do over there but I have noticed. That this coach, Doug's phenomenon is something that I. Don't understand so when I ask you. Help me understand it's because. Do you even know what we're talking about? Here STU gods. I don't expect you. We're out of the DEMO on watching. People play video games. I have no idea and by the way it's time for straight. Talk brought to you by straight talk. Wireless Excellent, professional transition you got last night was absolute heartbreaker for canes fans everywhere. But, can you explain this to the audience? Yeah, it was a national championship Game Tennessee versus Miami at the the most recent NCWA football game the last one. Before they suspended the series. Is still a game that's played heavily and at the start of the pandemic big cat from part of my take decided he was gonNA. Start a campaign with an offense coordinator out of Toledo coach Doug. Coach Doug's a heavyset man with a wonderful mustache and hugely fat, yet enormous, and over the the recent months. He's gone from job to job becoming Hollywood. Doug's a stint in Tallahassee as an offensive coordinator. Then it became a head coach at Texas Tech and his career led him to Tennessee. He fell short and last title game. He appeared in losing Virginia Tech. And he finally he started the season two and two I. Mean Let's not get into the fact that I zero respect. Respect for two loss national championship at this point in time, but national championship game, Tennessee versus Miami I'll golden got him there. It's two thousand and eighteen. Several years have now happened in coach. Doug's and it was a classic game classic game. Neither team could stop the other, and it just came down a horrible time management by Al Golden I. Do not understand you have three timeouts. What are we saving them for next year? You were not a helpful way it explaining one hundred. Thousand people were watching on twitter. Wonder helped me understand. It's such a hard question for you if you're going to answer your own. History of coach Doug Why is it popular? One I was asked. What do you mean, is it? A hundred thousand people watching Netflix popular at in my take, and if he plays video games, his younger fan base is GonNa follow, and they said. Some sort of twitch record, having a hundred and fifty thousand people, watching NC Double A. and yeah, he finally reached the mountaintop now Brett mcmurphy is reported coach. Doug is talking to other schools. He plays coaches last game at Tennessee. So confused. That's what I was gonNA say my kind of buried the lead there I gotta know if he's GonNa stay at Tennessee or not. He's he's gone. He's gone. That was a sendoff I. Mean He's obviously mercenary. You guys still have not explained to me why this thing is popular while they're the top podcasts in the game, they have a younger audience than ours and yet there are similarities between between the two shows a similar dynamic. They're just younger, and because they're younger, they can go platform. You've never heard of probably tried to get on twitter, but you were DJ and new. Town right yeah. Mike, if you can't get to twins, there's no way Dad. Got There I got my phone number in everything. I've fought the remote control for fifteen minutes, but I got to twitch found was Mike Ryan unable to get a speaker to work? Well it was plugged directly into the computer. Was it was complicated? It's it's man. Things are changing and people like to watch. People play video games. Now I never really thought I hated that as a little kid being stuck in the room while my like a friend is playing a video game. Get the hell out of the way. Let me take the control, but this is the the new think that is straight talk. It is brought to you by straight talk. Wireless, no contract, no compromise. To, join us at the half hour noon. Eastern on the Shell Pennzoil performance line. Here's your sportscenter update. Jet Safety. Jamal Adams has informed the team he wants to be traded Adams would welcome. A trade to one of seven teams make demands. The Ravens Cowboys Texans chiefs, Eagles Forty niners and seahawks. Free Agent Wide Receiver Josh. Gordon applied for reinstatement to the NFL and finally an alcoholic killer monkey has left one man in two hundred and fifty injured after going. On a rampage when his booze supply dried up in India. The Simeon targeted women and girls in particular. Would dozens of children left needing plastic surgery after he ripped open their faces with his fangs. The animal has since been caught, and will now be kept in captivity for the rest of its life, Jesus that took a dark turn. There was a fun story. It was a fun story about a drunk monkey, and then next thing you know fangs and faces. It was a fun story for about one second. I said an alcohol killer monkey. Yes, well, an alcoholic killer monkey is a good way to start a sentence. Put It on the pole. Guillermo at Lebatardshow is an alcoholic killer monkey, a good way to start a send it for all the latest headlines and information tune the sportscenter on ESPN. Radio all throughout the day. All right so billie is wondering something here and I. Don't have off. The top of my head a way to rebut the question. He's asking as he leads me someplace when he asks. Has Johnny Depp ever played a normal person. He was asking this question and I started thinking about it I don't have the Johnny Depp IMDB off the top of my head, but it makes. Can be a normal person in an extraordinary circumstance. Well I don't know these are bills rules so billy help help me. Get this thing off the ground. I can't hear him. Can you guys hear happened sometimes zone power down power back all right? We'll come back to billy in the second Oh a reminder of the old days, those excruciating and I. Don't know what happens and. Days where I couldn't trust a single microphone and you, Wolverines and jackals buried me every day because your show wasn't exactly the same, because it was me eighty percent of the time strangling. It didn't trust anyone's Mike. I'll try him again. Maybe don't work. Billy helped me get this off the ground. Okay. So what is your expertise here by? Our. Down and power up as. Someone else chime billy. Feel free to slap the. Working. Everything's the same all right. Well, answer. The question then helped me with the kind good time if you can't get the technology. where? He's like just a normal businessman who is apparent and then Christopher walken shows up as like all sorts of challenges for him. Any must them done in the Nicot time, thank you. Mike Roy. What you have here? Playing a soldier count because he was a soldier implem- to. A soldier in Platoon I. Don't remember him. Put that on the poll at libbed. A hell of a cast in platoon really was he did he have an ancillary role there was he don't even remember him. Remember that Sheen. I don't remember him. Roy Remember that Scott all sorts of information had that generally useless. We joke around calling the old Roy, but he's got a knowledge beyond WHA- well beyond his years. There's no reason he should know that he just like amazing Trivia. A main DEP is normal. Twenty one jump street, right? Can't be an adult going undercover back in high school I mean. I figured it was that or Edward Scissorhands. How about how about Donnie Brasco? Wasn't he a relatively normal guy robbery I think we already established. Going undercover is not normal all right well. You're just saying extraordinary circumstances well. I was asking and then I went to billion. He's setting the rules and I can't. I can't hear billy there. He's a pirate. Caribbean, that's what I did. He play Holkar. Peter Pan, or something as well how that was finding. Neverland played the author of the Peter Pan Book. Billy does your microphone now work so that we could get back to whatever it is that you've wanted to say here. Test Test Hello. S. By four three. Can you hear me hello? Yes, we can hear you all Dan. I was watching. This movie called Mordechai on the Hulu over the weekend, and he was an eccentric like he seems to always be in all of these movies like he was. You Know Edward Scissorhands. You was Willy Wonka. Tourist, but even the tourists had leg this weird accent and he was really this undercover guide. You remember the tourist Dan Angelina Jolie I remember that one, but it's one of the few movies that you guys at Nick Time I. Don't remember I. Don't Know What the Hell Mike Ryan talking about. Well on the tourists, Dan he was like this. You know mastermind criminal and you're like. Oh, he's just as normal tourist. No, he was criminal. That had all this work done to his face and he took totally different. He's never normal. What do you think he's like on his off days because he seems to always be something else? While on his off days. He's certifiably crazy. He's got a nick cage streak and he may based on whatever reported details. You're reading. Have a drinking. But. Doesn't he also have like this accent and he makes you think like he's this worldly person that's from Broward County. He grew up five blocks from me like he's not a world person. Did. He grew up. He and his brother grew up flying. I have tracked down the description of Nick of time. It was an action crime drama released in one, thousand, nine, hundred five, I believe you not, this is the description in unimpressive everyday man is forced into a situation where he saw the killer politician to save kidnap daughter. UNIMPRESSIVE everyday man. I lived on Granada Boulevard. He lived on fairway. His brother played my eighth grade prom. He was one of the cool kids. A. Hollywood made up its mind about Johnny Depp. He's he's not really. Get. Locked into a franchise, a fantastic piece franchise, but it's not really it's not really happening for him. Sort of Hollywood decided on him and James Franco where they had. Those things wasn't like full Weinstein stuff, but he had obviously very ugly divorce where abuse was alleged end. Just Hollywood's decided, and we're not really gonNA. Put you in mainstream movies anymore, James. Franco are Johnny Depp, but he's got that Cologne endorsement. Yeah. You, mentioned Hollywood. Have you guys read a reported detail about the nether regions of Harvey Weinstein yet his Evan -fornia deeply deeply uncomfortable. Yeah, don't Google. Deeply uncomfortable. Hold on a second. Mike got a giant smile on his I don't. I can't do anything around. You know because because don't. Don't Google it. But just! As nickname is don't Google I want to. Just say to you. Did you know that gangrene was still a thing? That's what I want to ask you. The audience at Lebatardshow, because I think of it like bubonic plague I think of it like treating people with leeches. I do not think of gangrene as a modern day. Thing but I certainly don't think of it as a modern day thing there I think the jets. Wanted Noise assume zoom and boom boom. Don't Google that either because that's more diseased thing than what we're talking about A. Jets should have Harvey Weinstein's gangrene region on their helmets. And logo. Instead of whatever the jets logo is just photo shop. Jets the gangrene nether regions of Harvey Weinstein on the side of Sam Darnold Salman. Johnny Depp's divorce got really really ugly. Elon Musk actually had to testify because he was pressed on. How soon because he started dating the ex wife of Johnny Depp and he was asked questions about having a three way love affair with all sorts of celebrities, and it's just like House Elon Musk. Really it's. It's the reputation. Tony Stark, but like without the accomplishments. Got A rocket off here. Recently dead at this time for the movie of the day is brought to you by red box. It honor of yesterday's discussion about Rutger Hauer my top three movies starring Rutger Hauer. Number three blade runner number two, an absolute classic. There was left out of the conversation yesterday early eighties so vast. They're still love. nighthawks! Rutger Hauer. Same Guy in every movie by the way it's amazing, but that was an absolute classic Nighthawks I suggest everyone go out it. And then number one my favorite movie with Rutger Hauer starring in it Hobo were the shock God. I haven't seen it yet, but it's impossible for it to be bad. I'm GonNa Watch it over the weekend red box as top entertainment when you need it. Most twelve strangers wake up in the middle of nowhere for one very specific purpose, the hunt starting Betty Gilpin and Hilary Swank visit red box dot com for all the ways to watch game. Oh, Put It on the poll. Please at Lebatardshow Should the gangrene Nether region of Harvey? Weinstein be on the side of the jets helmet. I bring up this story from the Hollywood reporter James Gandolfini he died seven years ago. I can't believe how fast time is moving that Ray Allen shot was seven years ago James. Gandolfini died seven years ago, but he wants threatened to beat the bleep out of Harvey Weinstein now Gandolfini was said to be a very laid back hippie type of person who didn't like violence in real life but he wouldn't do. Talk shows to God's everybody was trying to get him to do talk shows. He did a sixty minutes piece one time, but he wouldn't do. Talk shows because you says I'm not that interesting. I'm not a I'm not somebody who is. Is Interesting enough so he never did talk shows, but Harvey. Weinstein wanted him to go on Letterman to advertise a movie and the quote here from one of the Co Stars that he did this with on the Sopranos he said Harvey, Weinstein called. He wants me to do letterman and I said I. Don't do talk shows. Weinstein keeps calling. He got bleeping nasty with someone and Jim said I will beat the bleep out of Harvey Weinstein. If he calls me again, I will beat the bleep out of him for the money he paid me. I'm not doing that This was one Harvey Weinstein was the King of Hollywood I just can't. Come up with an fictions to got some not even kidding you. If, you told me that all the Hollywood grotesque things would be symbolized by a single person with a gangrene Nether region, because he was so gluttonous and debaucherous about power and fame and Hollywood vanities. If you told me, what would that person look like could he possibly look as Bulbous and disgusting and Sweaty as Harvey Weinstein and no matter how disgusting you? You thought he was while he's doing whatever it is that he was doing into plants, and whatever godforsaken sexual deviant thinking was doing before he ended up at a criminal. WHO's GONNA spend the rest of his life in jail You're adding to that symbolism, the idea that you have had so much sex against the will of women that your nether regions. Looked like something that have been hit by acid. I don't think that was the cause and effect. I still I understand just the I NEW ORLEANS. That's fine. That's what caused I I'm saying that if I were to tell you though that that character existed in fiction. How would you make Kim more of the disgusting thing that Harper Casting actually? Got It right. It's if he walked into a room to audition for the part they would say you don't even have to pull down your pants. We know there's an issue down there. We could tell just by looking at your face. That's that's fairly amazing. Right I I am here to refute today. You absolutely can judge a book by its cover. Oh Wow, I don't believe. I N Rossini next.

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Episode 11  Comic Books, Sports, and Health

Relentless Geekery

1:09:17 hr | 9 months ago

Episode 11 Comic Books, Sports, and Health

"Do you like conversation a variety of topics feel like no one gets. Tired of hearing the same people sports catastrophe talk. Yeah, we feel that went to. Join to high functioning Geeks as they discuss just about anything under the Sun can't tell you what we'll be talking about each week because we don't know where I've rains will take us. It will be an interesting conversation though. So hang on and join us here comes the relentless. Early as a matter of fact. To. Get. So, gotten some of my world domination plan into effect Okay I. Well we got the Mike. I've got good headphones already I just got a new Webcam anti-green screen didn't get I got to wait for my desk. So I can change things put the green screen behind me and right now we'll do Webcam if I use it. Shows from one side of the hallway to the other like a fool one eighty, I'm like, Oh, my gosh. That's weird. Crazy. So so I'm not using yet. Okay. I'm I'm probably still going to go with this background I don't. where I do this from my desktop is Kinda the really isn't a lot of space between me and my back wall like a yard, and so I don't know I. Don't I'm try-, could find a way to do this. If I took over the TV room settled screen all that kind of stuff just as for now i. Just sufficient or at least I. Hope you think it is I mean having the the silly space background is host to I. It's kind of funny. A No people are doing this nowadays that they're like setting up their office. So that really displays that displays the topics that they're talking about. So they have just the right books in the shells and the age of just the right toys whatever your despite certificates up on the wall in case there being you know Mr professorial or something like that and I don't know I I. Right now all I think about is do I look? Okay. Do I have a shirt on you know did I shave that? Knows exactly that I did I do that quick check to make sure there's delays car of. Well I want to get it all set up and it won't be too different than that because only have a little bit of space between the desk and the back wall or I'm GonNa put the green screen but I did find a nice background that looks like a library. So he do talks and stuff with kids I, figure that was great. Also, you're talking with authors you WanNa have something that looks bookish. You know what I mean. Key Kary spaces. Kinda Geeky. So by definition stat, but what I really should do is a long time ago when I first started to have like a backgrounds for my laptop I went and looked for okay. If I'm going to go hiking, let's get a whole bunch of pictures from Gallstone and I'll for the whole month leading up to that I'm GonNa be looking at this what I look forward to seeing, and if it's fall colors, I wanted to have a rotating set of pictures I had taken that were like really beautiful fall things. So eventually, I'll do that. I'll go looking for. Really. Representative, Geeky pictures of all my interest to comics where's the whereas the crossword puzzles that have that rotate per episode or something like I know a lot of people have put up backgrounds because everybody's using zoom. So Star Wars, they released a whole bunch of backgrounds but like. There was some that was like some favourite TV shows. So they had like friends apartment they had the office assurance go had archie bunkers living room. You know all those types of that's perfect exactly in fact. There must be almost like a black market for so do you have something recognizable people can't immediately put their finger on you? It's like Oh my God is that you know from my mother, the car. That's A sixty year old age would some people again to all? That's cool. Well they all have the like logo somewhere. So it's NBC or ABC or like I- Kia put out a bunch of like fancy living rooms with beautiful scenery as has I key right in the corner. Exact. I thought. I thought of the same thing You know when I eventually can set up a booth and have an author table. I'm going get a t shirt with my website on it. So that way if people to ever get a self year I'll ask for them. Then you know the website addresses going everywhere. Three people. Well We. Get. To the of were merchandiser, we're going to have to come up with our favorite relentless ski career quotes you know all time or whatever else. And I'm pretty sure we're GONNA be able to pick some things out like I mentioned you know when colleen and I got the ten t shirts with all the various different things. Solos. Things the very famous ones of the quote from. Rutger Hauer from blade runner where you know I've seen attack ships off the shoulder of Orion. It's like that's such a fantastically cool thing. Not We actually thought of some t shirt ideas. A lot of the places you can set up shop and sell your own t shirt designs and all that the problem is you can't really sell them for less than about eighteen nineteen dollars. So it gets tough. The one we thought of recently was, and we thought making an actual wine with this. But because of all these parents and mother's being home with their kids for home schooling, we wanna make homeschool mommy wine now like this frazzled lady chugging a bottle of wine exactly you know. The growth in small label wines with those kinds of images I think we might have talked about this I'm not a big fan of hot sauces myself but I have student a hot sauce shop for like an hour reading the wall because the names of the hot sauces are hilarious. You know what I mean it's like. See Dick cry seem Jane you know. Die See spot or. Acid space or something like that. You ought to be where somebody's flaming it. That's where those cool things at went when he get people a chance to like do something distinctive and hilarious even if it's only a thousand print ron as you want to call a bottle a print run, I just love that level of creativity or that look in Joe or whatever it might be. The today's world we get that people can do those creative things and do that stuff and get their own little brand and you know so it it is a benefit of today's world. Exactly. That's you know kind of funny for a long time in I had given away brains of brain pin that I had found. Pray it's called like a lapel pin planet or something like that, and it just seemed very Manson. Away have mentioned slaney. Each other without having to wear a big I'm immensely shirt because that doesn't go over well being as -ly adopt that for relentless key that at you know at at at I don't I don't know that it ever caught on for instance, I gave them away but the national office never said what a great idea inches of rain. So we wanted to kind of re purpose that and have that be the just a little silly thing. I used to buy them you should find them individually. They're expensive by mid like the hundreds, which is what I usually did. Then you take him to a gathering and give them away after while all your friends and it's kind of funny. It wasn't like putting my mark on him. It was I. thought it was a cool thing for instance to have used to have what they call the MP's little. At Limp L. Y. MP little yellow out pin and when it mentions that wore suits to most of their meetings the guys and Gals have this little yellow Ben in their lapel and that little yellow dot was same thing away of signaling. Hey, I'm mensa without declaring it loudly if you will and I thought this was a nice successor to that if you will but it never caught at least thirty. Yeah I. Guess You. Mason's or something you'll. Handshake. So. Okay one of the things we talked about many times and a while back was comic books. Comic Book Industry and I brought up a thing how DC suddenly changed their distribution and how that might affect things so. I guess right yes. Yes. It's been a couple months and I've talked to a couple of people about it and it is kind of getting disruptive and a problem. The, the the company that's distributing them. Is Not always sending all the issues that were requested. So then it's taking like weeks and weeks to get replacements which people don't want to wait for. There's been some damaged stuff and people are having a very hard time proving it was damaged. It's like they have to jump through all these hoops and you know, and then they get billed for the damaged ones before the new ones arrive and it's weeks later diamond. If you said Hey I had these three issues that were damaged the following week, you would get replacements and then they bill you and it was amazing smooth process. L. Network of trust that said, there's no way that you're trying to scan somebody out of another copy it really was damaged and like whatever the small prices of sending out another one it's losing customer is what you really should be worrying about. So that's not in my right get bad customer services. Well, you might have liked save twenty on me now, but you lost my business for the rest of your life how absolute lies transaction was that so and and these customers are the shops, not individual people and it does seem. To lots of shopowners that there are some really big shops that are getting everything they want on time in early and the smaller shops are like, well, if we have time, we'll deal with you and it really seems to be hurting them. and. especially of the independent shops are the ones that they've stayed the course through all kinds of turbulent comic book ties, financial, times, and so forth, and if there's anybody that you want your the local bookshops Celsius whatever I see in the on the boards, you think that those would be the ones that they would especially know they're the most vocal, they are the The trendsetters and the influencers when someone walks into their shop, they're happy to say should be reading this. We haven't seen this yet but it's really great and they're going to give away that in whole incredible network of good word of mouth to go with the more face large stores that you just the reverse of what they should be doing in an industry where a lot of it is word of mouth. A lot of it isn't you don't see conflict advertisements on TV. You know what? I mean you need to have continual human presence. Themselves in their foot while to me other my my thought opinion seems like DC has really been doing good with coming up with stories and good are and good crossovers dropping inclusive. Arza Yeah told me I lost connection is that? Can you hear me now? Okay okay but it seems like DC is doing better stories and really intense graphics and doing a really good job with that. But now they're having a hard time distributing it and it's not getting into stores and people can't get it whereas marvel seems to be throwing out tons of stuff all over the place. But that's the only thing you can see even though the quality may not be as good and that's subjective I understand. But I mean if those, those are the two they're always locking competition those are the two major kindness for decades and you'd think that one of the say we can't stop our toe. We're going to give these guys it adventures that we will never be able to recover from. So it's not like it's only the conflict industry. It's any place where you have a rival they will swoop in and and you know. If you make a mistake, they will take advantage of that to gain market share or to gain mindshare of their customers and stuff like that. So I never DC was doing if they're making that monetary decision, we want control we want to be able to service our big ramp types because that's where the dollars are. I can see now. They're they're not the only industry that has done that where they care about their if their top customers or eighty percent of their business, they really do find it easy to say, sorry, other twenty percent we're just gonNA, like you guys can survive in scrabble as much as you want, but we're GonNa let you go. We're not going to watch you as much, right? Yeah. It's an unfortunate thing in business you know but and someone was telling me that DC I guess someone new just bought them. At and T. bought them. So if if the comic books are not making money DC is going to make changes and that was part of the reason they changed this new distributor because it was cheaper for them. But now they're have at least the stores have problems DC might be like, Hey, we're making more money. This is better whereas Disney owns marvel. So they only really care if the comics come out, help promote the movies because they could sell every comic for a year and make. A lot less move money than they would on one movie. Exactly. I'm honestly for years now after reading that analysis not either Marla DC. But the entire comic book field is a loss leader that there's nothing coming out now worth publishing. If you're really trying to make money rather it's the loss leader that says, can we make this into movies or TV shows can get the merchandising from toys in the shorts and the everything else and that it's kind of like a test lab they keep putting Things out there either new characters or new incarnations of characters. Hey, let's change something sex or nationality, or let's just go a new direction and other cosmic instead of being streetwise and every time that they try that. That's all the the statistic saying who Albany on people are reading this and can be viable as a movie. So I think that that's kind of how I look at the book industry nowadays, it doesn't have it's it's standalone innocence anymore it's the first step in a huge merchandising campaign. Rich stories being made there still wonderful books because you're trying to create a good story that would portray while movie or TV show, you can't have it be like old style scrooge mcduck. You tell the story, the same story over and over again, you have to have a sense of story ARCS episode. You know what I mean. You have to be good at what you do her folks that translates very well episode TV and stuff like that. I think the the there are still issues coming out that are I mean like Colin was just telling me there's a couple things coming out that they're already pre selling on Ebay, for like sixty dollars she said the books even out. Yeah. I'll tell you why because I'm looking at getting a huge collection of looking getting them greater than selling things always it's been part of the back of my mind my. Retirement Fund in health I am approaching the possibility of retirement I really want to see if that's going to happen. Well, when you look at nowadays, there's all kinds of wacky speculation going on like people are buying new things that you know there's a hundred thousand copies being printed or six, ten thousand, but it sure isn't two or three like action number one where there's only I wasn copies fifty copies whatever. Having said that kids are kids younger people are speculating on like that the Lisa the latest. Crisis the latest venom or virus the various different incarnations of characters and like I hope that they don't get Clot in by a book for Sixty Bucks doesn't stay the value sixty bucks that therefore their backup industry because I don't know I guess my solution has always been. I. Love Reading Them I buy everything. I. Hope that buying everything I will cover listening have become now valuable and and it's it's actually hilarious to me in a Lotta ways when you're buying, you know what's really sally and what's popular so I knew my spider-man. Vendors, fantastic for those things would retain value just outta popularity, Justice League, Superman Batman. What's really funny nowadays because of the advent of conflict will be. I think we've been talked about this. Who knew is the galaxy would become valuable. It was like a one off and then a series of four issue, little things and occasional guest starring of them in another client book. But when that move to cough, it was like all happen to have you know marvel superheroes number nineteen or whatever I usually I know exactly what it is, but I don that's Presents Marvel two in one you know the The first appearance of Iron Fist was in marvel spotlight or whatever, and then it becomes a TV series like well, maybe Black Panther, all those Black Panthers, all those Gi Joes, all those ghostwriters that I bought saying this is like second tier this is never going to be super popular, but then Bam powerful movie or TV is like I happen to have every single Black Panther I have to have every single everything from I. Don't know from the sixties through the two thousand I haven't been buying as much nowadays we talked about this. My my wanting to become finally, fiscally responsible get to retirement safely I stop buying a couple of years ago whereas used of hundreds, hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of dollars a month 'cause I was a complete. Is that really bought everything? Will it's amazing if you re purpose your. Three hundred five hundred dollar. Your Body. How much celery getting on their mortgage getting out of debt early no more. So happy to say that that just recently happened a wife and I are totally out of that in every way. To get you on its lots. And if you've heard of fire or not the. Say that. You've actually their. Their methods are sometimes really radical and I don't even I could have done that all my life for just the sake of getting retired by the fact that I'm thirty five or forty but the discipline of really look at what you're spending your money on and deciding what's the most important thing and kind of cutting out a lot. The extraneous Kellyanne I found. It very easy to cut out on a little less eating out in little Assad travel also doing it cheaply. But absolutely, the biggest thing that I had going was I'm buying all these comic books and I have storage locker stored because my house isn't big enough. It was an amazing dollar suck. How much was committed to my collections and so hopefully now I can. Reach the beacon can go down the other side of it where a currently buying not adding to them, and I'm actually getting graded and selling them, and we'll see maybe I'll go down on my Godson three storage lockers to eventually one. L.. Lockers I don't have one, I have three. I have the Indiana Jones going off into the distance storage locker where next creek goes out on the anyway so You have like an amazing fantasy fifteen use only doing cently actually insult I still have I have. At one point I had. Everything, but like a dozen of everything marvel had ever published since fantastic for number one, I was missing certain things that were you're looking to buy a car or I can buy a used car walking by decision issue everything was like fifteen, hundred, ten thousand dollars and I never feel all the gas in my collection but I have dirty will number one on I have. All three. Fantastic. Four's I. have an end at some point. I did actually sell some while probably twenty five years ago because I started my consulting distant I needed some capital and sold like the first hundred spiderman and I hundred fantastic for can I really made a lot of money doing it. But of course, if I had held onto those that would be more valuable nowadays. Content myself with the have ninety eight percents of all the time. Of full honor percent. Yeah I had that with video games when the kids were younger. I had just about every video game console up to that point with just about every Atari game and price seventy, five percent of the Nintendo Games and super. Not Easy to find you really had. Well In eighty s for the Atari in Intendo, at Akron you there was the distribution center for goodwill for most of Ohio. Every day. Yeah. So but I sold all that stuff one year and we use that money and went on vacation. It paid for really much all of the vacation. Yeah. That's kind of funny. I am looking forward to doing that like when I when colleen Mac finally take the around the world cruise or something like that, and it's GonNa be want you do that? Well, I finally sold amazing fancy up a fifteen. Right. Twenty. That's my most valuable book because I condition. Wise. It wasn't the greatest but I have some things like when I became aware. The condition is really going to matter everything after that probably starting at about seventy five. I haven't meant condition I bought newstand meant I walk through a buying service CETERA? So if you think about I have. Giant size x men, number one, I have all kinds of formative books that that you know all the number ones all of the big issues, the first appearance, green, all that kind of stuff and in tasty mint condition. So that is really worked out well for me in terms of. Buying a complete a stand by taking care of them. I don't know that I've always bagged and boarded everything. But if you keep like you know lined up just right and from sunlight in humidity and heat things stay really good condition pulse stone because they were based on. Acid based paper if you will as infiltrated paper but. When I finally sell out hopefully one of the things I've talked about it is also audible. I don't know I'm getting out to, where do I want to be lifting boxes that are like blocks of wood. Long boxes they're heavy and I was like, tweak my back once it'd be like. I can't do this as easily now I have it for the medical bills something like that or else to speak you know instead of doing all the work I'm going to call up heritage auctions or one of the big houses and say, Hey, I'll drive a truck down with my entire collection. You get them all from rest and graded, and you take your I hope it's something like twenty percent not fifteen I haven't checked into it enough but really might be worth giving up some of the value of my collection to not just have that be my full time job for years because I have so many. Thousand Comics and so it's it's I might have to bring in a partner. You ever. If you ever need help going through stuff I'm sure collingwood give his left nut to do that. I have had people that I've talked about this that are big fans. I just WanNa talk to you I just want to see and like you know where we really we will do a little museum tour. Oxygen Oh. My God here's the first melter in. IRONMAN. Here's the first appearance up. Here is the galactic Before you get rid of them you ought to. Get the best ones graded in little whatever and set up a pop up little comic Book Museum Charge People, a buck to come in and look at all these covers of these issues like real comics. Heck, if I was on vacation somewhere and I saw that ability, let's go see this one right here. You. Know. Maybe another kind of funny one of the hoax of would be that I made so much money I never did it depend on selling the comic books to retire and I was thinking well, I should give these to like a university library. I know that a lot of libraries have gotten there HP lovecraft collection or their shadow collection ever because some big collector like me said here, habit of you curate them all you have temperature controlled and you have a researchers and actually WANNA use them for academic purposes and stuff like that and I'll take the big tax write off and you get all these comics whatever else might be i. don't know if there's any place. Is still doing that I. Know for instance, the Calvin and Hobbes Watterson was wonderfully generous. He lives right in Cuyahoga falls he gave to the University of Ohio like all of his originals and they're all now on you know perfect acid free the the the wonderful art shelf nutshell throughout the drawers where you have to like special permission. Of touch it and stuff exactly and so that's kind of Cool I. Don't I am anything like that I don't really have that kind of archive quality stuff just by virtue of longevity sound like looks being seventy years old like that. It'd be worthwhile to make sure that everything I have does deteriorate that it actually slow gets was over here something. Definitely, something to think about I know Collins says at the a comic bookstore guys come in every week and they essentially say, so what's going to be worth money and let you say with guardians of stuff how can you tell for sure but then there's the thing you've got to keep an eye on it because even though guardians the movie came out, there were popular they went up in price. Well, they've dropped back down now because it's not as populated. Exactly. That that is really true. Like I said I've never speculated. But I'll take that back sometimes when something came out I was like you know extra consultant on making Okay Coyne how about a five I two of the first ten issues of a new title that is like. Intermittent, longer single title but it was not just the amazing spider. It was the spectacular spider man it was the Web Spiderman. It's like I don't know for whatever they worth the time about fifty, three, five dollars it was worth salting an extra ten to fifty dollars to say if takes off, it'll have been worth it. So I really do have doubles as well as individuals of all those things and I always thought that would be kind of cool be. Sell this recollection but I can still make money with that would be Kinda. Right so You're talking about how some of the pulps and stuff I saw an ebay auction awhile back that was like all the original amazing fantasy. Magazine books with HP lovecraft, Catholic stories in the collection her every story. That really is history I mean when you go back into the pulse is the first time that you see all Tarzan's all the HP lovecraft stuff all the Robert Howard Conan there's wonderful things that are very much a part of our popular consciousness, but that's where they started. A lot of the first big science fiction authors, the Asam, awesome, hind lines, and at Clarkson every first published work in various different sites action pulse you know what I mean so now. I've got a couple of, I've got a couple of amazing fantasies that have the original stories that Stephen King published for the dark tower before it turned into the books I've got those. That's cool. That's cool. Exactly. In fact I love that when you when you have something that has providence to it, that's like, did you know that this is the first appearance of XYZ hand or the first published near like Stephen King did this before I really think that's kind of like. The joy of collecting is that there's all those little Like anomalies or special treats that if you have no decision was the first time that sabertooth appeared and that he wasn't known them to be an ex-man man, he was just a villain you let me so it it's. Harry cool for some people for for people that are geeks. Up So this is Besides. Are Vying Excite by have because I've stopped buying I'm now kind of where can I find other sources we talked a little bit about this line I regularly used the library's when I was growing up the reason you had because no self respecting library carry Cox were they did they would have been heavily read you know kids. As. Their their place match for when they're eating cereal you to destroy them. But nowadays, they really do have felt the graphic novels, the compilations that places put out, and so that's all I have a allot on what I've missed over the last couple years. So I just read for Instance Doomsday clock and. It's the continuation. If will love watchman of were that watchman's Charlton Pseudo trow universe now. Collides with the DC universe. Geoff Johns who is really a fantastic at all of the he's very weird what has gone before and all different versions of the multi verse the metaverse the time fractures that have happened with flash pointed final crisis in mid Christ whatever else it might be. This is really cool about how it brings a lot of stuff together and especially when spoiler alert when I really liked about it was it's much ball superman an I'm trying to think of the author was that I said Neil, the S on Superman doesn't stand for Superman is the CRYPTO Nghien first letter. That he was you know that's his. Power if you will is the purity of spirit that he has an Tuesday, clock goes into that a lot that he is a central figure in all different kinds of universes and that his presence makes things better you know just the existence of something that has incredible power, but that doesn't abuse it. It's it's a beacon, and so there's a whole bunch of cool stuff in there and that Dr Manhattan this also ultra powerful can. Change matter at will that he actually comes to see that he has responsibilities for while one of the things that watchmen went into. If you can see the future, you're kind of appreciate of the future you know what's going to happen you can't alter it so that you're just kinda like sleepwalk your through or whatever. Well, they go into a lot of how he realizes that it isn't as deterministic plus because of the multiple metaverse theory and so there's all kinds of big thoughts as well as little perfect characterizations and what makes all different kinds of characters so Quintessential you know what? I mean the flashes about this Batman, and at these characters are about this and. It's really really well done and every single issue. One of those things where I read it in a burst because it came out as like issue wanted six collected in seven twelve collected and what I wanted was the experience of every single month a new one coming out and having a chance to like just be marveling at how cool is this and what's going to happen next and everybody thought of this and then okay, miss that but I got this I. I wanted to have that slow burn instead of binging I talking about. I don't know that I like binging as much as I've always liked the the episode sequential nature of things because your brain gets a chance to like. Play and right. Anyway I that's dividing up my complaint would be that I got them all to quickly. I wanted to last longer. You know what? I mean that kind of willpower. So force yourself read one now and put it down. You. and. That's true. You know. Many things nowadays I talk about that. I. Think it was Stanford maybe whatever the cost had the experiment about okay billy. Here's a marshmallow, and if you can win till I, come back in time and get a second marshmallow and you can't you won't, and that that's pretty much the United States that we are. So if people while he's explaining the rules of the game, there are eating at first marshmallow. Marshmallow, but I demand a second marshmallow because it's All. There all the variations on what has happened to us as a people do we have any self control self disciplined or ability to look into the future and say, what should we do to maximize arc leisure and the good of everyone and everything so that that's right it's on me to have not savored it. and. You know we've talked a bit about sports in that and how without sports in the world wouldn't affect our lives a whole lot. But I just read articles where there was a sleepover camp and seventy five percent of the students and adults at the camp got Cova even the adults wearing the mass and then I read another thing that to Florida teenagers died from covid complications and then I read how all these people want to sue the states because the states won't let them Start College High School football. That's that's kind of what I come. How many cautionary tales do we have to raise it or just like this that are going to be you know we re open the schools Oh, my God. Thousands of people got sick not let's close the schools and figure out what we're going to do for distance learning and stuff like that because. It's not just an experiment. It's like a lethal experiment. You know what I mean. It's not just let's give this a try entity is so high. And the problem is you got folks going well, it's all just a hoax I. Don't believe it. So it's fine for the kids that go back to school. It's like there's I saw a political cartoon yesterday it had all these kids lined up on a beach and they're looking out at the water and they're like ten twenty shark fins out. Exactly yeah and this guy on the beach going it's fine. It's fine. Send your kids back in the water only one percent of them will get eaten. Right at that weight who's well every time that I've ever read about like the Christian scientists that they don't believe in medicine if you will and so they let their kids die of fever because they won't get him treated and it's like you know once you start to have ideology of the parents actually. Being the they might kill their kids. There's so much. Philosophy and law wrapped up into with really responsible parents really are responsible for their children. But when they show, they prove that they are bad boards for the safety of their own children. Do the society have the obligation to take them away and I don't know there's so many. So many complications to that. Except what I do know is we shouldn't be killing our kids. So what what do we do? If. Whole death. What's something that we have to do? Oh, my argument people say, no, we're not going to give our kids medicine. God will save them and we're praying and Blah Blah Blah. Okay. Well, hold on a second maybe God created the scientists that made the medicine so you would have that medicine to save your child your. Again, and it doesn't seem. Unfortunately, it does. Another thing that I was to go back kind of funny as you don't need a big sports fan but once I saw a great quote I think it was even like a president maybe Roosevelt that said I read the sports pages every day. More than the rest of the paper because the rest of the paper. Because sports pages are about triumph and tragedy. There is somebody winning somebody really there's an outcome to instead of just the day to day mundanity of the world and I wish I had the exact quote because I'm sure I butchered it but if you will I'm paraphrasing. That state with me that one of the reasons that it is worth watching regular sports or the Olympics are various different things because it really is cool to watch something that you don't know the outcome of and get a little bit invested in I like this team better I. Put money on this team. I it's my hometown whatever else it might be that it's compared to the part of life is becoming predictable. You go to the job of your house etcetera etcetera that some a lot of how people bring into their life. The joy of uncertainty is a little bit of sports a little bit gambling a little bit of like figure out the mystery when it's on TV, there's value in that even if that doesn't push my not knowing what's coming along button, you know the the slight difference in who one out of one. Hundred Sixty two games scheduled for baseball doesn't true enough but I could see how every day if you're cool to have something in your life that you really care about the outcome in way that you're not the outcome that's its own kind of a cool thing you know yeah. I can see that though I think in our country's sports has taken on a dark turn and it's to corporate to people get so. Wrapped up in it that their lives can continue without watching somebody else play sports and assigned works effort money. Yeah. When I talk about, do I, compare it to is the gambling thing. There are people here that you know they gamble more than they should you know colleen my often go to, for instance, northfield where they have good concerts as well as the casino and they used to go at right currently closed out. But when we would walk through the entire casino to get to the theater, we would see so many people that just seemed to be in trance that I didn't. They didn't look like they're having fun. They didn't look like they're getting pleasure out of this. It was just kind of that. Mouse pushing the pellet, the Pellet Bar, and they couldn't stop themselves, and that just was so mechanical and I just I like gambling where I've come cards and blackjack night teach me made some money but when I spent auto. So how long do I have to maintain near perfection to get the? You know half a percent to two percent edge on the house like this is not for its work and and whatever the cool thing is of. Stuff to a slot machine you will. You're the lucky one I. Just I've never felt the need to like get that level of lock I oversaw for myself. Lucky by knowing a little bit more about it or by putting myself in a situation where it's fifty, fifty, nine, ninety, ten or all the other complaints that I would have about that and yet they're sure is a lot of proof. A lot of studies that say that's why gambling so. Addictive attractive. Is that when you get that Serotonin, burst because you want your just your top of the world and it's like Oh. My God no matter that I pulled ninety nine times to win this one. What I remember is I got that big payouts you know what I mean that. Shaped your memories. So I guess all addictive behavior is based on that. How does it affect your Rinjani Street and the gambling people have really learned how to do the intermittent reward thing and the wind you win out the lights go off into silence go often people come over and true like the king for the day the Queen for the day. And yet it's the house has the edge you WANNA? Beat the Casino, not the Gambler. Money so and like for me for the sports. So at the end of a year, you know you say oh look back at the year and you know I worked for two thousand hours but I earned money I supported my family you know and we went on this trip or whatever. But then some people say and I spent twelve hundred hours sitting on my butt watching other people play sports so they could earn millions of dollars that doesn't improve my. Serotonin levels that makes me like Oh my God what am I wasting my life for you know I much rather say Oh, I, remember doing this with my family or I remember I learned a new Song Guitar and those types of things for me are much more enticing and pull the lever than sitting on my butt to watch another game of sports exactly. I. Think a lot of it is the participatory thing to like I don't tend to be a spectator. There's a whole bunch. Of course I watch. Too many movies and TV and stuff like that. But that kind of thing if. There's going to be sports I kind of want to be there playing racket ball or whatever. Instead of watching others though I don't know colleen and I had some of the most pleasant summer evenings. When we just said, we haven't seen in baseball game in Wa. Let's go over to the AAA your Lake Erie crushers or something like that and buy a ten dollar ticket, not a hundred and get on what other hotdog. Not a ten and like and and it's not about the cheapness of it. It's like the innocence of it. I WANNA go to rocket by a big red licorice with and wear it around my neck instead of feeling that I'm being merchandise to and feeling that everybody is like you said, maybe I'm sad because this guy's making a hundred, twenty, million dollars a year he got a raw deal you know what? I mean. I don't I don't find it easy to identify with that level of of I don't know the incredible price that we as a society to make sure that those guys are entertaining i. like the guys that are hungry AAA level. You see someone get a Grand Slam in a AAA game. Set off the fireworks this. Yeah I agree. Yeah. I get the whole. Hey. I'M GONNA go by one Hundred Fifty Dollar Jersey, and I'm going to get the lows for four hundred dollars and I'm going to subscribe to the sports package. So I can watch eight hours every Sunday. As like I. Don't get that. There was other things I. I could you know people could point to say, well, you spend as much time and money on those things you. Okay. I can I can see that but from my perspective I don't understand that the sports. In fact, maybe that's just a reasonable. You know everybody has taste like that. Whatever that thing is of of being able to put myself in someone else's shoes and saying, what would I do? Could I hit the home run here what I'd be the hero I don't have that as much as some others do or just that they like the atmosphere of a Ballpark I. Guess I'm trying to say is about taste you can philosophize All you want there's really not a writer. Wrong but it really is I've seen any number of great geeky things that you know when I talk to you about it. I got this each level Paladin got his next level up for you and you go into all the DNC type stuff and then you say, well, when I talk about that and your eyes glazed over, that's pretty much what I get when you talk about the. stickle thing just about this guy is you know best against left handed pitchers with two on base. It's like everybody Geeks it off just in different ways that people that do the baseball. Abstract stuff it's kind of amazing the level of specificity that they parch things down to so that there really is like a statistical answer to any situation and I know that is that's incredible degree of a certain kind of people that knew all the baseball questions about you know who was on third base when Babe Ruth hit this harassment nineteenth. Good Lord and you have really absorb that and love knowing. So. It's An old I don't know if it was a Saturday night live skit or whatever, and it was a parody making fun of an a news announcer interviewing a guy after a game he's going well, yeah. You know if we would have had the ball in our hand more often when we cross crossed the line, we would have had more points in the game with we really would have focused on making more points we would have won the game you know. Talk like that that you laugh at because that's what they sound like to me. So I. I don't know I go very much for the entertainment value on that and I guess I get full with like one season. Instead of every single night you know what I mean just out jam and which I love. The Olympics upset said that they got cancelled because a for a year are Cyrus Yucca canceled postponed exactly. You're yourself and they can pull it off because. There is something very cool about people that really the best in the world you know what I mean an event they're very specific like pie job that doesn't really have a lot of necessarily nowadays implications for the quality of your contribution to the world and maybe in the apocalypse which were getting close to exactly if you've got a clear that flaming wall of debris. Fosbury flop style. But easy. Watch me. And I just. I really love like. When you get the Big Olympic packers, it isn't just what they're gonNA show in three hours each night primetime, which actually get to where you watch everything. It's very cool to see the different levels of these top twelve people for instance, are really world class and there's another hundred that are the best in their country and yet they are. Like a whole race removed from being able to compete in figure skating or high jumping or whatever the various different events are. It's amazing. Love Love. And Discipline Genetics whatever else has gone into the same bolt able to like. Just find another gear that nobody else world has and in that last twenty yards run away from every other fast and sprinter in the world who has that? That's such A. There's an amazing thing to that we're seeing a nerve has their favorite things Dave Waddell if you remember this like long ago, Nineteen seventy-two. Slim Guy Gall Cap unassuming but he did people like David. The eighty wasn't the sprint, which is that's a lot of attention. He just started from something like thirty from last and ran past twenty other guys to to win like. That's like in his life how how ever? Dear yourself up to. Hear Rago above of any just you just heard superhuman for that two minutes that it took to run that race. It was cool thing to witness. I've. Always. Wondered okay. As you probably know things like Z's are less than ten percent difference in genetic makeup from us, they're that close. But chimpanzees are like four times stronger than we are. So where what is so different in chimpanzees makeup to give him that extra strength and how could we tie into that or what did we change our miss and you know what? What's the difference there? From I'm not an expert on this for for what little I read I think it's a matter of like they're their bone and muscle placement and density are different. They just have the longer argues leverage were their bones are attached, gives them and So physically, it's like that a lot might be we have governors on us from the moment that we're born about what to do in polite society and that more animalistic you really have the ability to summon everything you are in that moment of survival or one talk you wanna be domination or whatever else it might be and that the people that can take that off turn control often yet, and so it was more Melissa get that in rental inflow and everything that might be how we start to approach the automobile that there's a great expression. Of recorded in France that goes like the our between dog and Wolf. At It's where you get yourself up to the game that you shed the domesticating part of yourself and become the animal becomes the that the the Alpha will, and that's what I have had times where I really had to do that. You know what I don't know for jeopardy for an interview forever also might be. That's kind of tried to do is like you know just calm yourself down but let all of yourself the in on this getaway, the the extraneous and the clutter and and get rid of mercy get rid of. On on confidence you enemy just let all yourself once in a while you can actually see people's eyes wide when they see according to that. They've never seen before and it's really Kinda cool that you have that India and if you can open the door if you can summon it, it really is a cool thing. To have that available, you know. I really wonder if sometimes people that maybe have natural arm strength that's better than someone that's similar to them because you can view everything like on a scale and you know if the. At one spot where at another while obviously, there's going to be some people that are a little closer to the chimpanzee in strength loose. Probably go be some chimpanzees that aren't as strong and they probably get picked on a lot though the nerds of the chimpanzee world. But you know it's like you said though. That if there's a chemical something that you can turn off those governors, the filters in your brain and let whatever flow into your muscles and have your brain control it to that higher level of performance. I. I. Do wonder about that like people talk a lot of different bills. There's a swimmers built this wonders. Stuff. So you're already cut suited so I've always been big and broad shoulders and I kind of had either the wrestlers of the football players build. So I never specialized in long distance running but I've always known that I had great stamina. I have really good animal strength like even if I'm not the first to get to the finish line always standing at the end I, really don't go down until I get overheated or something like that, and so it's kind of cool to think of. What the different kind of body styles are that sicher towards that but also. Also wonderful mental training about imagery that if you're GONNA do Jong you don't just. Do it you kind of imagining your mind each step. And that the war that you can do as good a training from not only do we that jumped ten times physically but also imagining what you're going to do and your brain is mighty, it tells your body. Here's where you're going to lean exactly like this tensor muscles here it will play out the play that you've already written in your mind for how to do the perfect. High overhead return in tennis. If you imagine if not only if you've done it, you gain Muslim but you also gained muscle memory that. To do those things and. That's funny. I don't again I don't either that I'm that graceful but when I. You know I'm GonNa have to walk across this log and it really scares because the damage unfortunately as we falling off a log and go into the creek but if I really have to what I will do is picture myself walking along the lot of take five steps up. And I'll be on the other side all accelerates so that my Ford momentum keeps me going to get into right and so that's kind of how I would overcome it. If I had to was be my best self imagine my best self and just go do it not not that self be what takes you out of the way you know so. What You brought up. something. About vitamins and supplements and I'm sure that kind of ties into this too because you know, of course, you always hear about the sports guys that Ju- stop or took a this type of drug or whatever to get their muscles bigger which obviously you and I haven't done that So what's going on with the vitamins and supplements lately? Well Yeah. So I guess this really my science Geeky best you know why? So I I, the a cool site called information is beautiful. and and Google also caps into what they call in from. Info Matic's there's wonderful big diagrams where they show a whole trip information compressed into something that you can of get the kiss with a big field of knowledge. One of theirs is what of all the studies that they can tap into from all of the reputable study places where really is double blinded really a big enough sample. Size of and and all that kind of stuff. They have a big chart that says on the wall, the supplements that are being advertised to be good for various different things, which are the ones that really have proof behind them or at least probability behind them or which are the ones that are quaker, which the ones that are all certainly advertising and BS as opposed to and so. When I have known and cut over it, I also had a vested interest in saying well, you know I don't WanNa like go on Steve McQueen route and each fits because that's the quackery end of things. Is there anything that I can take that? I eat healthier or that I take vitamin or supplement that helps you stay off cancer and I might seeking it out and what led because and swung regularly take. Garlic Turmeric, very different things and it isn't only a certain that it helps but it is a high probability in hell and also that the. Movie that will complicate things is love. So it's kind of the first do no harm hippocratic. If you will the kinds of things that I take any number of things that really might be the probability is law and eligible give me critic colored urine but for those kinds of things that they're supposed to be good about Helping them. That I. Have. That I had atrial fibrillation, and so what can I do to make it so that my heart is as healthy as it can be that it gets all of the magnesium electrolytes whatever it is the functioning normally, and so I have you know kind of like the Bobby Riggs level of a little pillbox that house of. Four pills that I take four times a day, and it's it's different things that they don't seem to hurt I haven't gotten. Oh, my God get vitamin overdose. You've shut down your little or something terrible but I really hope that they have been one of the things that I had melanoma back in two thousand and five, and that used to be kind of get your affairs in order Kinda diagnosis, and then when I was around for a year in two and five years. Then, you're probably chart goes up because you've shown the the interferon that you took that super white blood cells that are good at fighting cancer that your body learned, maybe how to fight it off as well. These and those will vents have kept us what I'm still in remission fifteen years later, and all could have been that I wasn't around could have been that this was eleanor makes it to your lung, your liver, your be your brain, and then you go well. Luckily Maybe. Because of my will of like, no, I gotta a Lotta Hikes to go on. But also because of the supplements so. I said it's an it isn't even like take. Hydrochloric sequin alone or whatever like that quackery? It's more. There's a lot of proof that. Garlic where he does help in all kinds of health benefits that. So just romera sodas pop regular multivitamin minerals spend a lot of people if you're eating healthy that you're getting all the trae solvents that you need. But if you know not all Americans, eat very healthy Annika. One of those that I I don't always make sure that I get all the dark green leafy vegetables that I should and so by taking those things that make sure you're getting genus that little trace of. Selenium that your needs or magnesium or whatever else it might be. So I. Without. kind of like pounding the desk and saying, every should be doing this. It seems to have worked for me and for like a little insurance policy, you know all of the supplements that I'd take a year probably cost me again a couple of hundred dollars thousand even but. Not only do they seem to be working but placebo wise in my mind? I'm saying if I'm taking these things, I'm going to be healthy and your mind is mighty will indeed I could be taking sugar pills. They could be nothing in these opponents, which unfortunately is one thing Chuck Watch for than you buy them is to make sure getting from accredited lab and not have it be well, they've put floor sweepings in the capital they fooled. Ya. Know. Oh, the company should be working and maybe also my works as kind of kept me healthy y'all. I've got a friend very similar type situation. Several years ago he had an outbreak of out and it was essentially his he said I was in my forties and I ate like a teenager still his health he did everything a teenager he says and it. Tore his system down and the doctor said, okay well, I've got this medicine for you and he goes well, how do I take all while the rest of your life? He's like I don't want to take that the rest of my life. So he made a drastic complete change in his diet and his lifestyle and he eats he's probably the healthiest eater I've ever seen in my life and he exercises five times a day and stuff has not had a bit of problems with gout and he takes no medicine. So. I really there's all kinds of good testimonies like that, and in fact, that's kind of what I'm shooting for. You don't mean not. So having survived those two. Now I have been diagnosed with being pre-diabetic. Sugar, and so part of it is I don't want beyond insulin I don't want to be on any pill that I have to take, but the key to that is a good weight unfortunately tastes too good to be. So I have my pizza instead of mind Kadarshian sprouts all the time and I don't think it's either or I try to incrementally better all the time every day but I still work to because I still have to wait I'm over trailer pilots and I'm. Six three and I can carry it. Most people wouldn't necessarily say that I'm elise mind lamb I know that I have too much weight for by knees and ankles telling me that I have to simple day until I. Hope that I get to your your friends. Place of this really is life or death you really need to stop you know what I mean the. He's not necessarily pizza though I love it. It's fast food than any number of times we laughed about this I'm GonNa go out on my errands and almost always my friends are not only resupplying the house making sure that you know in Cova that everything is safe. But I still find it so easy to say, well I know this place would be whereas mass senate's a insomnia to get some chicken sandwiches for McDonald's and the honestly one of the things I, could talk about the most shameful that I they. The. Food world has really put the science into making sure that it hits that triple point of salt. And sugar that makes it addictive and I am I really when I don't have it for a long time. I'm really like Oh. My God I missed much exile just. Stick you'd think that wouldn't be like that that it might be something spectacular like the best steaks Kobe beef that you've ever had that. That's what you would have, and instead it's this Cadillac Dufferin sandwich nothing of a saying that they've perfected it to just explode in your mouth with how much you want it how much it's a perfect taste. If you're the guy like me that likes the crunch likes. The Salad will let us on it all my God, they got me. So I really have to fight that that's going to be the biggest change. And I think we talked about this a couple of weeks ago like having a different mindset and I think that's a large part of it you. Yes. It triggers those you know the correct things in your brain you get the correct chemicals and now it tastes great and you feel good and Blah Blah Blah but If you get that mindset of okay. This has so much Greece so much calories and I'm gaining weight just by an I gotta walk an extra three miles today and make it. To Yourself. Delicious. Exactly. And find some things that you like better I mean, honestly. The last couple of times I went to McDonald's each time I looked at my wife. I said okay. Do not let me order this again I do not feel good after eating it. You know. And I actually quite I've had that we're like if you don't have that bad stuff for a while and then you go back to it in your body like Kinda reacts to it's like. Well, why am I not learning this lesson? You WanNA mean. is like kind of like going through me Taco Bell or whatever's stereotypically for that? It's say, well, it's not only Taco Bell. It's all of them that they're really not the nutrition to fiber to whatever ratio is not good on any of those things. Right. And the eating healthy I mean we we've been trying to do that more and more and getting a healthier lifestyle without making it too drastic. But our dogs are getting older and it affects them to and are one dog our border Collie. She's been having a lot of trouble going up steps in jumping beds and stuff. So we've been getting better food trying to feed her. Better all of the dogs. But focusing on her, we got these two supplements that are supposed to have It's supposed to be all natural lots of people say great things about it. So we got this particular one. It's a little expensive, but we've noticed a difference in her. She can jump on the bed more often better. She comes up the steps she's in a better mood. So. All those things. So you know take a lesson from the dog. Eating better. Food makes her happier and healthier. Maybe we should take a lesson in that. In fact, this is all defect on my own pure science scams. Back. All the supplements that I take. The only one that I take regularly is focusing in lucky that the science ris doesn't necessarily support if it's good for your joints, there's all kinds of joint juiston and up various different supplements a place together. For whatever reason, it really seems to help both myself in calling you know I noticed that places where I have I've played softball had jammed fingers now in Chicago sixty softball. So every single seasons you jammed finger to and I have things occasionally click or that you the wrong weather it's kind of like that will stereotype I can tell there was a storm coming you know my love. These things were really seemed to make it that I don't notice as much ankles, knees joints any kind of thing being as casting as cliquey or just that feels wrong and if I if I stop for awhile, it seemed to come back if I keep going, then it really seems to help so. I I can't tell you that I think the science is behind. His personal anecdote wise for coming tonight to help and it doesn't seem to hurt. You know that's why I think is I don't want to take something that he had helped my joints but then I went blind you know what I can you can't do that. So, so as long as I don't lose my hair. Exactly and I really say we're many of our talks. We have to have that whole blanket disclaimer of you know we're Geeks were not doctors I'm not and I please this is really only the way that I decided to do. It was to seek the science out and try to be reasonable consumer of science and get to what my comfort point was of this seems to be a good bet but it it isn't perfect and please don't take my advice without doing your own research everyone because you really need to be confident looks good for you and. What I've done has anywhere near credence deal. By consumer reports, thing that I do for so many things in my life I did it for my- myself supplements as well. I guess I've gotten to that point. and. In fact, when things on the list looking promising but then they dropped below same probably not worth it I've stopped taking. You when I mean that it really was that I really try to not have a be well now that I'm on it's now that I'm addicted to what I have to continue I kinda like wanted be about science as well as that. When you learn better, you do what new information says you don't just maintain a ridiculous consistency you also it's like a friend I worked with once. He gave up all carbs anything with CARBS which okay. Understand they're not that good but there are good carbs but he liked doubled up on the amount of meat he was eating. So I mean he would literally fry up five hamburger patties and just sit and eat five hamburger patties and that was it and I'm like dude, that's that can't be good either you know I had a relative that insisted the best way to lose weight was to drink a glass of vinegar with a raw in it. Yeah. Well, that's the only way to lose weight. I'm not worried about. You know. Nothing really matters is it has to be sustainable by every. One of those fad diets that we can just start naming the nowadays. It's Kito previous job. And Low carb and it was the James Fixed Editors A lot of places that report to tell you hey, if you do this, you're gonNA lose weight and indeed all work just by pink tension to what you're eating for thirty days. You'll probably drop weight. Can you do that for the rest of your life you continue to lose weight or are you going to wreck your liberal because it doesn't like having all the extra you know things coming to go with me if you will. So way watchers which was really successful with new the she was already. Wonderful shape but she gets blown away in the wind. At. One point she thought she was carrying like like everybody does ten twenty, thirty extra pounds and she really is a lot of success story of he doesn't mind me talking about this I think she talks about everybody else you know people are very conscious about their weight weight watchers was one of them all the studies with really proven to work. It doesn't give you. Here's your. Food, you should eat in a basket and you have to stay with what we give you. It teaches you about what's nutrition teaches about how to in your mind do the right thing to do because you will. It gives you the ability to make this a lifestyle change at you'll maintain forever and she's twenty years in like Atra Galway fifteen of them or something like that and then. Even like eight, it didn't take her that warranty get your goal but she really has incredibly good habits and discipline about what she puts in her body and it really has worked she. She looks beautiful and she has is happy to be that way till. Why can be go for our big hikes because she's in great shape and I have animals strength overcomes the fact that I, carry. The weight you know what I mean so. I. Wish that. I. Was had been as successful with waters she was. But when we were doing it is when I got melanoma and they tell you synthetic stress wise you need to get off and I don't know what but I have never return to it successfully back but it's kind of like I just didn't have the same ferber I didn't get a good leader. I. Believed in them as much as my first gone was that was really straightforward and and supportive and all that kind of stuff. So. Really it's not about me. I haven't taken it on in way that says, Hey, it's life or death yawning me if you WANNA be colleen and won't be around with her, maybe you should be a little thinner about that L.. Again. kind of shows right there. Again, it's a mindset. You know you have to be in the mindset to do it the to follow it to want to, and that right there is probably half or more of the battle. If you want to do it, you know you can do it then you'll do it. You Know I. Vander Kobe by nothing able to go out as much by being being very much controllable bring into the house, I'm like eight miles a lot of people are gaining, but I'm actually down prey and I just I kind of want to do more. But also aware of you know if you're under a very stressful situation, adding stress to that doesn't necessarily make it better on trying to find whatever that sweet spot is of. Advantage of isolation to be better about my diet but I'm not been central coney and that I object and then act out against it. You know what I'm so but but even that that stress it again I can see it as a mindset to for me. It would be much more stressful to be gaining weight because I'm stressed and eating you know. So the mind of the I feel better if I'm losing weight and I'm eating better, I feel better. That with the stress of dealing with the world. Very happy when I hopped on the scale and saw that I was to be like well, that wasn't hard but it's because of what I just said that I've. been over doing it but I definitely have been just smarter and better about you know if I really have to a comes into the house, then don't bring anything in. That's GonNa tempt you don't think it's going to sabotage. Yeah. He can't go get exactly I. so by not being able to go at will to the candy store. SWEETIES and get ten bars. No I'm not doing that so. I think we've hit our time. We hit most of the things on the list are somebody. We'll have to talk about A. Preview for next time I've been reading a bunch of books by Michael Lewis who is a great financial writer he's been investing in. Hey. I'm now up one, hundred, twenty, four percents. I'm really doing well and was one hundred percent awhile back and I'm doing better and some of the things I reading from Michael Lewis are. wonderfully Geeky at wonderfully startling because they're really showing how much the world has changed I gamut in year two, thousand twenty years ago and learned a lot about the markets and how they were. You know technology marches on speed becomes more important the world changes. Good Lord. I would be passed if I started today with what I thought, I knew back in two thousand. So maybe we'll talk about that a little bit that the advent of the. Troops Geeks. Is really big thing. and. I got a couple updates on the writing world publishing world theory cover that. We'll see you in a week. Thanks again Stephen Pleasure. Okay. Thanks. You been listening to the relentless Geeky podcast. Come back next week join Allen and Stevens conversation. I'm geeked topics of the week.

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Because you're clearly smarter than the private investigator is falling. But maybe they're actually following you so that you know you're being followed. That might be part of now. Might actually just be part of it. But what could you actually do to make someone who's following you uncomfortable because this is a privacy is not a stalker so private investigator. What you could do is be into it so when they take pictures you smile you give them a little sugar for it. If you get within close proximity you can just like walk. Whisper to them. I see you. I feel you. We are one together things like that. I know for a fact that does make people uncomfortable because say it's worked in the past. This doesn't work if it's not a private investigator and just turns out to be a stalker. So you have to know. They're a private investigator first. Before you adopt this methodology the support that warning out there as it is because if you encourage a stalker. That's a bad thing. You do not want that to happen. If you're private investigators following you. What things do make him uncomfortable. I would just try to get him in bed with me. In the only risk there is that. I'm successful because i could be successful. I was trying to make a game since my coworkers and i are quarantined was friends. I sent out some messages to various people. And i said you know who is the most attractive person basically your ideal type But i didn't want it to be a celebrity. So i was thinking like instagram models would probably be the top tier you could choose from. This turned out to be way harder to get people to answer than i thought because it was supposed to be dislike. I wanted to collect all the instagram pictures. Maybe throw them on one website and we kind of vote so the rule would be like you put one in your own allowed to vote for the one you put in but then everyone could vote on which ones most attractive and we can actually kind of make a little joke about who has maybe the best taste or we could actually see what people are interested. We do like ven diagram of what people like things like that. I thought that would be an interesting experiment would be a lot of fun. I emailed and messaged a dozen people. Maybe and i only got two people to commit to answers. And that was after a ton of unnecessary clarification the for rules. They were looking for guidelines. They could go by. My initial request was just the most attractive person for you Just find them on. Instagram was kind of where i pushed them to. Because i be able to pick it up from there pretty easily but twitter. Whatever is fine is needed to be able to find a picture. So i could lay out a picture so we could actually sort of make some kind of comparison but because there was a limitation. You only got one choice. It seemed like people really shied away from making that choice even though there were no ramifications at the end of the day. I wasn't going to connect any single person's name to any person so it wasn't going to be like this guy. Likes this girl. this guy likes this girl. This person likes this person. Whatever i was just going to have it. Be a grid of pictures and say everyone. Please vote on. Who is the best one Don't vote on the one you submitted. Even though i wasn't even going to make sure there was a way you could check that Just this is the honor system. But the fact that. I couldn't get people to commit even making a choice in the first place kind of demonstrated to me the problem with men's aversion to commitments completely. This was essentially a micro versus. When i had so many people ask questions just essentially trying to worm their way out of the out of making a commitment to a single person in the first place. It started to make me suspicious. That may be men really just aren't capable and if they are willing to make a hypothetical commitment then what is the problems we're going to run into when they have to actually make real commitments led me to a whole set of questions that i did not care to answer because it reinforces every negative stereotype about men. I think. oh so. that contest died. I did get two or three answers but again. Two or three isn't much of a selection. We couldn't end up choosing the most attractive person on the internet based on that and with only two choices. It didn't seem like that was actually two three choices worth voting on so i guess by default i win so this is a lot of bits thrown together. There was construction. Going on in the mornings actually wasn't sure if i was going to be able to record the podcast today and again corentin staying in my house day after day after day my brain processes pretty garbage last week. I did mention that. I have almost completely shifted over to exclusively sweatpants that i bought a pair of sweat pants and then i bought another pair sweatpants and i realized i could do. Some sort of sweat. Sweatpants review website. I could do a youtube series on the best weapons. The first thing. I was surprised by was there are a lot of really expensive. Sweatpants out there. I was thinking in my head. A pair of sweat pants twenty dollars two thousand years something like that and then when i started looking it seemed like the average was going to be like fifty to sixty dollars which okay. There's a lot but maybe these are high quality sweatpants. Maybe they're they're better. I realize there's actually two types there is the type you would actually exercise in. And then there's the type that would really officially not be sweatpants. They would just be Pajamas you wear. During the day they would be lounge. Wear so i. What i really did was by. Reveal the bought a pair of ever last and they were cheaper. They were more around the two three thousand yen range. Which was what. I was expecting to pay in a sort of get tighter around the ankle. That was the only significant thing about the. Because if you're doing exercise you don't want your pants. Flopping around be honest. Because i'm doing stuff inside lifting weights chin ups doing a lot of yoga. I've actually worked into my daily routine to do a little bit yoga with the kids so that we're all do a little bit of activity every single day and maybe that'll even carry on into the future. I've been quite happy with it. So then i decided i needed the other version now. Had the proper exercise version. I needed another version. Which essentially the ones you would wear while sitting on the couch watching. Tv playing a video game Thick pajamas that you would be comfortable wearing to and from the store and this is where champion came back in these costs. Four thousand three hundred and sixty in just under fifty bucks They are called the power blend fleece open bottom pent. And they are perhaps one of the singularly most comfortable pairs of sweatpants. I've ever worn if you are looking to make your quarantine time a little more comfortable and you want pajamas that you can just wear around the day. These power blend fleece open bottom pants probably would be the ones i would recommend the most. These are thick pajama bottoms. That you can wear all the time. I did go through the website. Because i went through amazon and i went through route ten. Which is the japanese version of amazon. I went through those. And then i decided. Let's find the most expensive pair of sweat pants and not a surprise. The most expensive sweatpants. I found just a quick search. I didn't go crazy on it. Were the forty one thousand. Eight hundred yen pairs of supreme champion three d. metallic sweatpants. So you basically have the champion sweatpants. I bought with a label. That sewn in that looks kind of three d- ish and then brand by supreme and you're paying ten times more. I'm betting the quality of the material is the same. Or i would even bet worst than the ones i bought. And i'm betting these are less comfortable than the pair. I bought for four thousand yen. So that's the kind of thing you gotta be careful of. You don't really care about branding. The pair i have have the little see in the front That usually falls off because there tend to be glued on this. Has it stitched in so it will never fall off. And it doesn't even say supreme on it like it says champion on the front and then on the back on the but it has another champion and thing is it has a big m or l. or whatever to tell everyone what size pants you're wearing so if you're not happy about that that could be an issue itself and then at the bottom of that label it says supreme and i'm betting the extra thirty eight thousand yen you're paying for the very tiny supreme on the patch on the back of the pen so be wary If companies would like to send me a pair of sweatpants for me to lounge around in for a few days i would be happy to take that on and i will give you a fair and honest review But i think it has been proven basically true that if you've paid more than five thousand yen for a pair of sweat pants you probably have gone into stupid territory and should pull back and reexamined your whole life so of watching a lot of movies as i think everyone has and i watched the hunt and it turned out to be one of the singularly most amusing premises. I've seen in a long time. The reason is that they took the traditional hunting. The most dangerous game story so The one i always remember is where ice tea is homeless man. He gets kidnapped by these rednecks. White people And they spent a lot of time on. Atv's i mean. I remember that being a big part of it and then of course the is an underdog story so he turns the tables and started killing all the rich fat white men who are oppressing society. It's a great story. everyone loves it. Except for the big fat white men who are on the atv's or the people who relate to them so the premise of this the hunt is that the people being hunted are actually conservatives and the people doing the hunting are extreme. Liberals you would go. Hey that doesn't make sense. But the idea is that it's these extreme conservatives on the internet have taken down the liberals and they're in the such dire situation they need to teach them a lesson and they have all the money which is also part that i found quite amusing and so they've set up this game in some eastern european country. Now this follows the exact same sort of beats. It has the One heroin in this case who turns the tables and starts taking out the conservative. She figures out right away that something's awry. She'd kind of knows what's going on and she has these incredible survival skills just great. I realized though that the conservative bent people who go to see this movie are going to enjoy it because they get to align themselves with the victim which is what that political group kinda wants to do in the liberals will go see. The movie are going to enjoy it because they're going to see the irony of the liberals being the bad guys who actually run it. Both groups are kind of satisfied. The politically liberal people are going to enjoy the irony of the movie and see the joke and the politically conservative people are going to be able to align themselves with the hero in this case. Who's got the underdog story who has their come up on the liberals who they hate so much so i realized that this could be an excellent trend for a very short time. This is going to work in movies for the next little while so this. I don't think he's ever going to be a really popular film. This type of film genre. This very Predictable plot isn't something that's going to be picked up a lot. But they could do the premise. More often put the liberals as the evil bad guys and the conservatives as the underdog and you will actually appeal to a broader audience. Now some people will see the joke. Some people won't but that's fine as long as you're getting their money and this premise will basically stand until the irony and the comedy of the premise itself starts to fall apart. Which i'm betting would be the hunt to now. Since i've had time watching movies. I also saw bloodshot with vin diesel. Where he plays a man who can be taken apart and put back together by nano bots. He gets shot and in the nano bots bring back all his bits and his blood. I guess And then he rebuilds himself basically wolverine powers you can break them down and he can build himself up again really quickly. so yes. Super healing factor. Just great It's a fine movie if you're into dumb action films. It's got a not a bad premise. Where they wipe his memory and then convince him that someone else has killed his wife so he goes out on the same revenge mission but he actually kills multiple people That's all giving away in the trailer. There's no big surprise that i just told you that. There was one moment where they make a average two small dick sized joke. The guy who is the butt of the joke is ironic. Because it's the butt of the joke. Not the dick of the joke looks questioning lee to a co worker. And he's checking to see if the joke made it his expense that his penis sizes perhaps below average If that is appropriate and there is a young asian woman who looks at him and shakes her head silently. This was supposed to be comedic relief. It was a pretty lame joke. A lot of the jokes. Senator quite lame. But i think it's a younger group in me. people who had actually maybe not heard these jokes before. I realized one of the problems with a lot of the jokes in movies are things. I've heard multiple times so they're not actually funny to me anymore. There's a lot of movies. I've shown to my son and a very lame joke will come up and he'll think it's really funny but it's because he's never heard it before so. This is one of the problems with age. Isn't that you know you have great experiences that you've experienced everything multiple times and so the thrill of that initial experience gone so there's probably jokes that i remember being super funny and movies that if i saw with an adult at the same time they'd probably already heard some version of that joke before and found it less funny than i did. Weirdly bloodshot might be a really good kids film. If you know. You're comfortable with them. Seeing people get body parts blown off and then have them digitally reconstructed in front of them but it was one of those moments where. I wonder what that young woman is put on a resume. Did she put comic relief. Co-worker girl who shakes her head. I should read the credits. I didn't actually take the time to read the credits. So that's where this fell apart. Only because i started thinking about it. Just as i was talking about the last part Where i'm talking about ice tea as soon as i said. Ice t thought of the movie poster. The movie by the way is surviving the game. It's not just like ice. Tea gets hunted by white people. If i remember correctly there is like one guy. One african american dude in the hunting party and i think that was just to make it so they could then claim to be more minded. I guess i don't know let's face it rooker howard's in it so of rigour was in it i was going to see it. That was just sort of a base rule throughout the eighties and nineties. But on the poster you have ice tea running away. he's got big dreadlocks and stuff and then you have like an of rigour that has ice teas name over a white guy and then rutger hauer over the overlay of rutger hauer. So it actually looks like someone else is getting the credit for ice tea because they usually put the name across the head But in this case they weren't actually doing that they were putting like ice t the lead character so he actually gets first billing but it just didn't look right on the poster. That's something if you're gonna make movie posters that something should think about is making sure that the names go appropriate with the person or the person who is the lead gets the biggest face that you can actually see. I think you already getting what i'm talking about. It was confusing as to who iced. He was if you never knew who is he was. Although at that point in the world pretty much new ice tea was the black guy but does she put on her resume. I was the asian girl who silently shook her head. No at the dick joke on her resume. Is that something. You're proud of because bloodshot. I'm sure that's a big movie. You know technically speaking She did get facetime on the film. She didn't get any speaking lines but she did. Provide the actual closest thing to proper comic relief in the film. She was just a throwaway character. Just say so. I don't know what to do with that. I appreciated her performance. It was very deadpan. And that's what the scene called for because there was any sort of goofiness and actually would have taken away from the job itself whereas this actually enhance the joke joke itself being quite poor so the job needs to be as enhanced as possible but i hope this actually helps career. I would be interested in an interview with people like that. People who have singular scenes in movies that are you know significant but then also could have been edited out completely in wouldn't have made any difference to the film itself. How do those moments impact their career overall. So you know someone who's in that position or has been in a position similar to that i would love to hear their experience even as his personal Because that in itself is interesting to me. We're coming up very quickly on episode. Two hundred in honestly. I have no idea what to do. I've run through a creative drought. Because i am at home and i'm doing the quarantine thing and i'm not really leaving my house. I'm having fewer experiences. An actually realized what. I'm having most of all our fewer interactions with other people. And that's probably something that sparks a lot of the ideas so for episode one hundred and fifty or episode one hundred. What i did was just trying to get a theme stick the theme. I forget which one it was. I think it was one fifty with the all. Game of thrones episode which was actually very popular. If there's a theme you would like to recommend you can post a message or a rican record voice message. Voice link dot fm slash. Veloce podcast and i will get it. And i will hear it and honestly what. I'm kind of trying to figure out. What can i do to commemorate episode two hundred because right now honestly very much like this podcast for the last hundred ninety six episodes i got nothing. The loss of the black veloce veloce podcast. The loss of podcast saw. Hey sexy friend. He's making bitch. Thank you for listening. 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Thu. 06/11 - We won't be seeing a Destiny 3 anytime soon and Persona 4 Golden is rumored for release on Steam

Gaming Ride Home

16:41 min | 11 months ago

Thu. 06/11 - We won't be seeing a Destiny 3 anytime soon and Persona 4 Golden is rumored for release on Steam

"Welcome to the gaming ride home podcast for Thursday June eleven I am Kyle Hilliard. Here's a whole bunch of video game stuff that happened recently. There won't be a destiny three anytime soon. Persona four golden is probably coming to steam Alex Kid is getting remade a new transformers game is on the way and call of duty. Modern warfares latest update is somehow even bigger than it's supposed to be. Bungee outlines destiny twos, upcoming content roadmap, and we probably won't see destiny three anytime soon. Earlier this week, bungee outlined the kind of stuff coming to destiny to all the way into twenty twenty two. Season of arrivals and beyond light expansions. Before the end of the year, the witch queen will arrive next year and light. Fall will becoming in twenty twenty two, and there will also be a destiny content vault that will cycle previous updates in and out of the game. It's frankly impressive. That bungee has as much planned as it does as far in advance as it does, it's not unexpected. I think I've even said it a few times on this podcast, but another update that came as a result of all this is, it seems Bungee does not currently have plans for destiny three. POLYGONS Gilliam reported on the lack of a new numbered entry for destiny and wrote after the announcement on. June, Ninth Game Director Luke Smith jumped onstream with Dr Lupo to talk about destiny twos future in the short Q. and A. Session. Luke Smith told Dr Lupo that Bungee does not plan on making destiny. Three and a new article, detailing the evolving world destiny to the studio wrote that splitting the destiny community was frustrating enough for players that bungee recognizes. It is a mistake. We don't want to repeat by making a destiny three. Polygon had its own chance to talk with Luke Smith and asked him if the name of the game would ever revert to just destiny, and he said at this time. We're going to keep focusing our efforts on the game itself. There are a lot of moving parts for changing the name whether it's work with platforms string files, title screens storefront work. It's a lot of work. There are a bunch of really successful games with twos on the box. One of my favorites, Doda to springs immediately to mind. It's worth noting Luke Smith that as far as I know I don't think Doda to has ever been in a box I could be wrong about that. At this point in the destiny, franchises life cycle realistically. The name does not matter in the slightest people who play the game. Just call destiny and Smith is right. Having to in the title doesn't really hinder it anyway I don't think anyone who is interested in jumping into destiny at this point pauses and thinks they should play the first game before diving in the game. Really should at this point just be called destiny, though it's not really a series anymore. Destiny two is a platform. It would be like if world of warcraft I big expansion was called broad of warcraft two, and the name just stuck as Blizzard updated the game into oblivion. A little odd, but everyone just kinda gets it. Persona. Four golden is rumored becoming to steam. The Persona Series is beloved by many, but mainly it's beloved by my wife, who recently finished her playthrough of Persona, five royal complete with platinum trophy, and in the middle of playing persona five. replaying persona four golden on her vida. It looks like she might not be the only person playing persona four golden, though as it is heavily rumored to becoming to steam. Website Persona Central, dot, com, which as you can imagine is pretty focused on persona. News covered the rumor with author. Reggie writing twitter user at Sabi has reported that a source of theirs has gained access to steam database files, indicating that persona four golden will be released for the PC soon. Twitter User Neto. Mata has corroborated the report stating that the steam. Listing for steam DB unknown, APP one one, one, three, zero, zero zero is apparently the one for persona. Four golden further claims have been made from notable industry insiders at Oreo sixty four, and at Z. Huge X. that the rumors are legitimate among many others corroborating the reports, and that persona four golden will be announced and released on the same day. Furthermore segue support page can be found for a nouveau drm solution error tied to launching persona four golden on the P. C.. Personas Central Dot. COM has other evidence to like persona four Golden. Appearing in steams back end and stuff like that all pointing to the pretty likely scenario that the game is heading to a new platform outside of the Vita. For the first time, the game originally released on playstation two, but Golden, which is an expanded improved version of that original PS. Two game has only ever been available on Vida. If the game comes to steam, which seems highly likely at this point, it will mark a mainline. Persona Games first appearance outside of a playstation platform. Lots of Personas spinoffs have appeared on other platforms, but mainline numbered persona. Games have only ever released on playstation platforms. My hope is that this is the first step towards personify royal coming to switch. That's where I WANNA play. Jian Expo reveals a new Alex Kidd Chivalry for consoles and a lot more. ITN Summer Expo yesterday, which featured all kinds of game, announcements and interviews and different things and there was some cool stuff. Metal Helsingor is a game that looks a lot like doom in that it's a first person shooter that takes place in Hell, but it's all set to music in a strange way, you must fire off your gun and killed demons in time with a metal soundtrack that orchestrates the action. It doesn't look terribly unique. You would be forgiven for confusing it with doom but I don't know that I've ever seen anything that plays like it. It comes from developer, the outsiders a studio that doesn't have any published games yet, but did showcase a really interesting game called dark born about a year ago, that conceptually players in the shoes of a Grendel like monster in a medieval setting. It looked interesting, but the outsiders recently announced that dark born was being shelved, and it looks like it was being shelved in favor of this metal Helsingor also announced was Alex Kidd in Miracle World, DX, which is a game. I find, myself weirdly excited about. Alex Kidd was Sega's Mascot platformer before sonic, the Hedgehog for the any s competitor, these Sega Master System, and this game is a full remake of that I. Nineteen Eighty six Alex Kidd game. It's been about thirty years since there has been anything new Alex Kidd and I'm eager to play the game. If for no other reason than to just help me understand the historical relevance of the character it helps at the game looks pretty sharp to deemed turf was also shown during the show in. It's a game. That's kind of hard to explain. It's a three D platformer, but the thing that makes it unique is. Is the animation protagonist. It's a three D world, but the character moves as a two dimensional object. It's kind of reminiscent of the awful awful BUB, Z.! Three D., but this game actually looks cool. It's from developer for brass, a studio that released a platformer called slime son a few years ago. I also showed mortal shell which I jeans joke. SCRABBLE's described as a souls like created by a team that loves souls likes. And it looks like souls like which I say as a compliment, but it's setting looks a little more dreamlike with weird magical floating platforms in the distance. It looks really cool some other quick hits from the show observer system redux with which is an overhauled version of Bluebird teams cyberpunk mystery game that stars Rutger Hauer, a bunch of Yakuza like dragon game play were shown, which is the next mainline Yakuza game, but the big change for this entry is that the combat is going turn based Borderlands, threes bounty of blood. DLC was shown and it was revealed that the popular online. Medieval combat game chivalry to. To is coming to playstation four and five, and xbox one and xbox series x chivalry to will also have cross play across all its versions, which is really cool. The Internet expressed some general disappointment in the show. As it was hoping for bigger more impactful exclusive reveals which I sort of get considering this is basically three week and Jonesing for massive video game reveals, but I also don't think Aegean over promised at all. It laid out the plans for it show pretty clearly early on, and there was a lot of stuff on display. I am excited to see what the rest of the show looks like. Senna Saga Hell Blade to is being made with unreal five. Microsoft published a blog post rounding up a lot of known information about the XBOX series x yesterday that didn't have a lot of new information, though it did referred the consoles aesthetic design as industrial and bold, but there was at least one small detail that was interesting. It's not particularly surprising to learn that help. Lead to is being built, or rather will be built with unreal five, but outside a fortnight there really have been many confirmations, regarding what gains will use the engine Microsoft wrote in the blog post, the power of the xbox series x was first demonstrated with the unveiling of sensuous Saga help lead to the team will be building the game on unreal. Unreal five and leveraging the power of xbox series x to bring the hell. Blade franchise to levels never before seen the footage shown was captured in engine, and reflects the power of xbox series x available to developers to deliver new universes, experiences and games in ways. You've never imagined. This actually might even be the first non epic game to officially announce. It is using the new unreal five engine. It's not a revelation by any means, but it is interesting. A new transformers game potentially a strategy game is on the way. Band Namco released a very short trailer this morning for a game called transformers battlegrounds, and it showed a small city from an overhead perspective as a battle between various familiar transformers raged in the streets. It's hard to say exactly what kind of game it is, but it doesn't look like an over the shoulder third person action game, which is what the last handful of transformers games have been could be strategy or maybe something kind of Diablo ask. Outright Games is involved potentially as a co publisher or something like that, but outright tends to specialize in games for kids. They were behind the kind of open world RPG. Adventure time of the Caribbean which I thought was actually a pretty interesting game. A leak has revealed nickelodeon Kart Racers, two Grand Prix a target store listing popped up online yesterday for a previously unannounced game called nickelodeon Kart racers two Grand Prix. It's obviously a sequel to Nickelodeon. Kart racers that released in two thousand eighteen, as you might assume by the title, it's a Kart Racer starring various nickelodeon characters. The cover has a weird matchup of modern and classic nickelodeon characters like a Ninja Turtle, but not an institutional based on the design of the Ninja Turtles, show that is currently airing on. There's a cartoon version of Joe. Joe Sihala. There is a loud house character, which is very popular nickelodeon show, and then there's Brennan, stimpy, which are characters that I don't think today's generation of Nickelodeon watchers would recognize I'm surprised. There aren't more Kart Racer. mashups like this, especially considering the success of Mario Kart Eight, but maybe that's the point. Why compete with Mario Kart Eight, considering it's not technically announced yet. It does not have a release date. Call of duty. Modern workers latest update is eighty four gigabytes for some players. It has become a running gag now that call of duty, modern warfare and warzone are going to take up basically all of your hard drive space, and there's nothing you can do about it. The file is huge, and the downloads only bloat the thing even further, but even with all that the most recent update was still surprising. On ps four modern warfare latest update is about thirty two GIGABYTES and on PC. It's about forty five gigabytes, both of which are large, but on xbox one the update is coming in at eighty four gigabytes, which might be the result of bug. The activision support twitter account tweeted where actively investigating an issue for Hashtag modern warfare, where some players on xbox are seeing a larger-than-expected download size for today's update. Stay tuned for updates. It's a bizarre thing, but if you happen to see people on the Internet talking about something being eighty four gigabytes well. Now, you know why. Here's what released today. Project warlock a game. I actually talked about a few days ago is out today on switch. It's an old school. Doom inspired shooter that has a bunch of magic in it along with bullets. Samurai showdown, the twenty nineteen reboot of the Classic Neo Geo Fighting Game. Series is out today on the windows store. It's a solid game as far as I know, but it's. It's not the most exciting release. The game kind of already on pc by way of Stadia. Beyond blue is out today on Xbox, one playstation, four and PC, which is a very pretty game about exploring the ocean, it is a little reminiscent of Asu, another very pretty ocean exploration game, but this one looks a little more realistic, less abstract. It has some really great looking Wales. That's it for gaming news today. Yesterday I reported on Dead Space Writer Antony Johnston's series of tweets teasing something for today's playstation five. Many think. Something to do with dead space which I certainly wanted to be, but I'm thinking. It's probably something new that will be able to boast from the writer of dead space. Maybe by the time you're listening to this, we already know what it is, but pretty much right. After I published yesterday's episode, I was double checking. Show notes links and stuff like that where I had links to Johnston's tweets. And it looks like he deleted them all. All the tweets that were teasing whatever reveal is happening today and we're winking at people about dead space are all gone. So who knows what that's all about? If you have corrections, just feedback in general, feel free to send me tweets or DM's twitter at Kyle Hilliard, or at gaming ride home, or you can send an email to Kylie's ride home dot info. Please consider leaving review for the PODCAST Berbie listened to it. You can also check out my twitter account Kyle impersonator wherein playing through Resident Evil Code Veronica x right now I might have beaten it by the time you're listening to this episode, and you can also find me on the mid Max, show for more long form video game discussion I will talk to you more about video games tomorrow when we will all know a whole lot more about the playstation five and it's many games, I am basically hitting published on this episode, and then heading over to watch the stream I'm really excited about it.

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VP 196: The Hunt for Sweatpants

VelociPodcast

20:18 min | 1 year ago

VP 196: The Hunt for Sweatpants

"The loss of the loss of the loss of podcast. The loss of PODCASTS. Hey sexy friend. He's making me his bitch. Maybe want to get a piece of that pretty good to talk about sexy teams erections field. I can guarantee underwear. Theft will come up again. None of this relevant pokemon cookie balls seven hundred and fifty middle will follow. Welcome to the PODCAST. Study and monarchy. This is your grumpy uncle. Peter he will say words at you Gore question if a private investigator is following you. What things would you do to make him uncomfortable? This implies that the private investigator himself is actually not very good. Because good private investigator. Who's following you? I assume the whole point is that you don't know you're being followed. We're GONNA have to dispose of that fact already that eight or not a very good private investigator so there for me. Messing with them would be that much easier. Because you're clearly smarter than the private investigator is falling. But maybe they're actually following you so that you know you're being followed. That might be part of now. Might actually just be part of it. But what could you actually do to make someone who's following you uncomfortable because this is a privacy is is not a stalker so private investigator. What you could do is be into it so when they take pictures you smile you give them a little sugar for it. If you get within close proximity you can just like walk. Whisper to them. I see you I feel you. We are one together things like that. I know for a fact that does make people uncomfortable. Because let's just say it's worked in the past. This doesn't work if it's not a private investigator and just turns out to be a stalker. So you have to know. They're a private investigator first. Before you adopt this methodology the support that warning out there as it is because if you encourage a stalker. That's a bad thing. You do not want that to happen if your private investigators following you. What things would you make him uncomfortable? I would just try to get him in bed with me. In the only risk there is that I'm successful because I could be successful. I was trying to make a game since my coworkers and I are. Quarantine was friends. I sent out some messages to various people and I said you know who is the most attractive person basically your ideal type But I didn't want it to be a celebrity so I was thinking like instagram models would probably be the top tier you could choose from. This turned out to be way harder to get people to answer than I thought because it was supposed to be dislike. I wanted to collect all the instagram pictures. A maybe throw them on one website and we kind of vote so the rule would be like you put one in your own allowed to vote for the one you put in but then everyone could vote on which ones most attractive and can actually kind of make a little joke about who has maybe the best taste or we could actually see what people are interested. We do like Ven Diagram of what people like things like that. I thought that would be an interesting experiment would be a lot of fun. I E mailed in messaged a dozen people maybe and I only got two people to commit to answers. And that was after a ton of unnecessary clarification they were looking for rules. They were looking for guidelines. They could go by. My initial request was just the most attractive person for you Just find them on. Instagram was kind of where I pushed them too. Because I be able to pick it up from there pretty easily but twitter. Whatever is fine is needed to be able to find a picture so I could lay out a grid of picture so we could actually sort of make some kind of comparison but because there was a limitation. You only got one choice. It seemed like people really shied away from making that choice even though there were no ramifications at the end of the day. I wasn't going to connect any single person's name to any person so it wasn't going to be like this guy. Likes this girl. this guy likes this girl. This person likes this person. Whatever I was just going to have it. Be a grid of pictures and say everyone. Please vote on. Who is the best one Don't vote on the one you submitted. Even though I wasn't even going to make sure there was a way you could check that Just this is the honor system. But the fact that I couldn't get people to commit even making a choice in the first place kind of demonstrated to me the problem with men's aversion to commitments completely. This was essentially a micro versus what I had. So many people ask questions just essentially trying to worm their way out of the out of making a commitment to a single person in the first place. It started to make me suspicious. That may be men really just aren't capable and if they are willing to make a hypothetical commitment then what is the problems we're going to run into when they have to actually make real commitments led me to a whole set of questions that I did not care to answer because it reinforces every negative stereotype about men? I think. Oh so. That contest died. I did get two or three answers but again. Two or three isn't much of a selection. We couldn't end up choosing the most attractive person on the Internet based on that and with only two choices. It didn't seem like that was actually two three choices worth voting on so I guess by Default. I win so this is a lot of bits thrown together. There was construction. Going on in the mornings actually wasn't sure if I was going to be able to record the podcast today and again Corentin staying in my house day after day after day my brain processes pretty garbage last week. I did mention that. I have almost completely shifted over to exclusively sweatpants that I bought a pair of sweat pants and then I bought another pair sweatpants and I realized I could do. Some sort of sweat pants review website. I could do a youtube series on the best weapons. The first thing I was surprised by was there are a lot of really expensive. Sweatpants out there. I was thinking in my head. A pair of sweat pants twenty dollars two thousand years something like that and then when I started looking it seemed like the average was going to be like fifty to sixty dollars which okay. It's a lot but maybe these are high quality sweatpants. Maybe they're they're better. I realize there's actually two types there is the type you would actually exercise in. And then there's the type that would really officially not be sweatpants. They would just be Pajamas you wear. During the day they would be lounge. Wear SO I. What I really did was by. Reveal the bought a pair of ever last and they were cheaper. They were more around the two three thousand yen range which was what I was expecting to pay in a sort of get tighter around the ankle. That was the only significant thing about them. Because if you're doing exercise you don't want your pants. Flopping around be honest because I'm doing stuff inside lifting weights Chin ups doing a lot of Yoga. I've actually worked into my daily routine to do a little bit yoga with the kids so that we're all do a little bit of activity every single day and maybe that'll even carry on into the future. I've been quite happy with it so then I decided I needed the version. I had the proper exercise version. I needed another version. Which essentially the ones you would wear while sitting on the couch watching. Tv playing a video game Really Thick Pajamas that you would be comfortable wearing to and from the store and this is where champion came back in these costs. Four thousand three hundred sixty yen so adjust under fifty bucks They are called the power blend fleece open bottom pent. And they are perhaps one of the singularly most comfortable pairs of sweatpants. I've ever worn if you are looking to make your quarantine time a little more comfortable and you want pajamas that you can just wear around the day. These power blend fleece open bottom pants probably would be the ones I would recommend the most. These are thick Pajama bottoms. That you can wear all the time. I did go through the website because I went through Amazon and I went through route ten. Which is the Japanese version of Amazon? I went through those and then I decided. Let's find the most expensive pair of sweat pants and not a surprise. The most expensive sweatpants. I found just a quick search. I didn't go crazy on it. Were the forty one thousand eight hundred yen pairs of Supreme Champion. Three D. Metallic sweatpants. So you basically have the champion sweatpants. I bought with a label. That sewn in that looks kind of three. D- Ish and then brand by supreme and you're paying ten times more. I'm betting the quality of the material is the same or I would even bet worst than the ones I bought. And I'm betting these are less comfortable than the pair. I bought for four thousand yen. So that's the kind of thing you gotta be careful of. You don't really care about branding. The pair I have have the little see in the front That usually falls off. 'cause there tend to be glued on this has it stitched in so it will never fall off and it doesn't even say supreme on it like it says champion on the front and then on the back on the but it has another champion and thing is it has a big. M or L or whatever to tell everyone what size pants you're wearing so if you're not happy about that that could be an issue itself and then at the bottom of that label it says supreme and I'm betting the extra thirty eight thousand yen you're paying for the very tiny supreme on the patch on the back of the pen. So be wary. IF companies would like to send me a pair of sweat pants for me to lounge around in for a few days I would be happy to take that on and I will give you a fair and honest review But I think it has been proven basically true that if you've paid more than five thousand yen for a pair of sweat pants you probably have gone into stupid territory and should pull back and reexamined your whole life so of watching a lot of movies as I think everyone has and I watched the hunt and it turned out to be one of the singularly most amusing premises. I've seen in a long time. The reason is that they took the traditional hunting. The most dangerous game story so The one I always remember is where ice tea is homeless man. He gets kidnapped by these rednecks. White People And they spent a lot of time on. Atv's I mean. I remember that being a big part of it and then of course the is an underdog story so he turns the tables and started killing all the rich fat white men who are oppressing society. It's a great story. Everyone loves it. Except for the big fat white men who are on the ATV's or the people who relate to them so the premise of this the hunt is that the people being hunted are actually conservatives and the people doing the hunting are extreme liberals. Now you would go. Hey that doesn't make sense. But the idea is that it's these extreme conservatives on the Internet have taken down the Liberals and they're in such dire situation they need to teach them a lesson and they have all the money which is also part that. I found quite amusing. And so they've set up this game in some eastern European country. Now this follows the exact same sort of beats. It has the One heroin in this case who turns the tables and starts taking out the conservative. She figures out right away that something's awry. She kind of knows what's going on and she has these incredible survival skills just great. I realized though that the conservative bent people who go to see this movie are going to enjoy it because they get to align themselves with the victim which is what that Political Group. Kinda wants to do in the liberals will go see. The movie are going to enjoy it because they're going to see the irony of the liberals being the bad guys who actually run it. Both groups are kind of satisfied. The politically liberal people are going to enjoy the irony of the movie and see the joke and the politically conservative people are going to be able to align themselves with the hero in this case. Who's got the underdog story who has their come up on the liberals who they hate so much so I realized that this could be an excellent trend for a very short time. This is going to work in movies for the next little while so this. I don't think he's ever going to be a really popular film. This type of film genre. This very Predictable plot isn't something that's going to be picked up a lot. But they could do the premise. More often put the Liberals as the evil bad guys and the Conservatives as the underdog and you will actually appeal to a broader audience. Now some people will see the joke. Some people won't but that's fine as long as you're getting their money and this premise will basically stand until the irony and the comedy of the premise itself starts to fall apart. Which I'm betting would be the hunt to now. Since I've had time watching movies I also saw bloodshot with Vin diesel. Where he plays a man who can be taken apart and put back together by Nano bots. He gets shot and in the Nano bots bring back all his bits and his blood. I guess And then he rebuilds himself basically Wolverine Powers you can break them down and he can build himself up again really quickly. So yes. Super Healing factor. Just great It's a fine movie if you're into dumb action films. It's got a not a bad premise. Where they wipe his memory and then convince him that someone else has killed his wife so he goes out on the same revenge mission but he actually kills multiple people That's all giving away in the trailer. There's no big surprise that I just told you that. There was one moment where they make a average two small Dick sized joke. The Guy who is the butt of the joke is ironic. Because it's the butt of the joke not the Dick of the joke looks questioning Lee to a CO worker. And he's checking to see if the joke made it his expense that his penis sizes perhaps below average If that is appropriate and there is a young Asian woman who looks at him and shakes her head silently. This was supposed to be comedic relief. It was a pretty lame joke. A lot of the joke senator quite lame but I think it's aimed at a younger group in me People who had actually maybe not heard these jokes before. I realized one of the problems with a lot of the jokes in movies are things. I've heard multiple times so they're not actually funny to me anymore. There's a lot of movies I've shown to my son and a very lame joke will come up and he'll think it's really funny but it's because he's never heard it before so. This is one of the problems with age. Isn't that you know you have great experiences that you've experienced everything multiple times and so the thrill of that initial experience has gone so. There's probably jokes that I remember being super funny and movies that if I saw with an adult at the same time they'd probably already heard some version of that joke before and found it less funny than I did. Weirdly bloodshot might be a really good kids film. If you know. You're comfortable with them. Seeing people get body parts blown off and then have them digitally reconstructed in front of them but it was one of those moments where. I wonder what that young woman is put on a resume. Did she put comic relief. Co-worker girl who shakes her head. I should read the credits. I didn't actually take the time to read the credits. So that's where this fell apart. Only because I started thinking about it just as I was talking about the last part Where I'm talking about ice tea as soon as I said. Ice t thought of the movie poster. The movie by the way is surviving the game. It's not just like ice. Tea gets hunted by white people. If I remember correctly there is like one guy one African American dude in the Hunting Party and I think that was just to make it so they could then claim to be more open minded. I guess I don't know let's face it Rooker Howard's in it so of rigor however was in it. I was GONNA see it. That was just sort of a base rule throughout the eighties and nineties. But on the poster you have ice tea running away. He's got big dreadlocks and stuff and then you have like an overlay of rigour. That has ice. T's name over a white guy and then rutger. Hauer over the overlay of Rutger Hauer. So it actually looks like someone else is getting the credit for iced tea because they usually put the name across the head But in this case they weren't actually doing that they were putting like ice t the lead character so he actually gets first billing but it just didn't look right on the poster. That's something if you're GonNa make movie posters that something should think about is making sure that the names go appropriate with the person or the person who is the lead gets the biggest face that you can actually see. I think you already getting what I'm talking about. It was confusing as to who iced. He was if you never knew who is he was. Although at that point in the world pretty much new ice tea was the black guy but does she put on her resume. I was the Asian girl who silently shook her head. No at the Dick joke on her resume. Is that something? You're proud of because bloodshot. I'm sure that's a big movie. You know technically speaking She did get facetime on the film. She didn't get any speaking lines but she did. Provide the actual closest thing to proper comic relief in the film. She was just a throwaway character. Just say so. I don't know what to do with that. I appreciated her performance. It was very deadpan. And that's what the scene called for because there was any sort of goofiness and actually would've taken away from the joke itself whereas this actually enhance the joke joke itself being quite poor so the job needs to be as enhanced as possible but I hope this actually helps career. I would be interested in an interview with people like that. People who have singular scenes in movies that are you know significant but then also could have been edited out completely in wouldn't have made any difference to the film itself. How do those moments impact their career overall? So you know someone who's in that position or has been in a position similar to that I would love to hear their experience even as his personal Because that in itself is interesting to me. We're coming up very quickly on episode two hundred in honestly. I have no idea what to do. I've run through a creative drought because I am at home and I'm doing the quarantine thing and I'm not really leaving my house. I'm having fewer experiences. An actually realized what I'm having most of all our fewer interactions with other people. And that's probably something that sparks a lot of the ideas so for episode one hundred and fifty or episode one hundred. What I did was just trying to get a theme stick the theme. I forget which one it was. I think it was one fifty with the all. Game of thrones episode which was actually very popular. If there's a theme you would like to recommend you can post a message or a Rican record voice message voice link Dot FM slash. Veloce PODCAST and I will get it and I will hear it and honestly what. I'm kind of trying to figure out. What can I do to commemorate episode two hundred because right now honestly very much like this podcast for the last one hundred ninety six episodes? I got nothing. The loss of the Black Veloce veloce podcast. The loss of podcast saw. Hey sexy friend. He's making bitch. Thank you for listening. 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Episode 440 - Buffy the Vampire Slayer

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Episode 440 - Buffy the Vampire Slayer

"This is a head gamma podcast on this week's program. It's shocking. They let them make the television series after this. It's buffy the vampire slayer. I'm andrew stevens. Actress gavin eric's cisco and we hate movies <music>. Hello everyone welcome to. We hate movies. Thank you for tuning in as always and i guess technically welcome back and we are back next last week but that was like we were it was from a long time ago. Always back you know took buffy the vampire slayer. She comes in all sorts of different. It was a peasant girl three weeks ago right and there's this movie states. One of us was uncomfortably as slave day in princess alright kristy swanson and said hey hey whatever just weed in whatever the ever writing the screenplay one of them was a german in nineteen four. Oh oh this is of course the motion picture version of buffy the vampire slayer from nineteen ninety-two directed by fran rubel kazoo e <hes> <hes> nintendo sixty four game that is i believe the friend banjo kazoo which one the bear was banjo is the bare kazoo oy banjo who is a bear in a bird. I'm no wait a second. You're blowing my mind right now. Banjo kazoo is not his first and family name. No no no it was a little whistle. What a little thing in your mouth goes from google and sounds like a banjo. I episode i apologize for that and also this is back to school episode. There's a thing that i only care about nobody eric. Where are we talking about like. You know high school. <hes> you know this is yet technically. It's a film that set in a high school what everybody hears thirty years old exactly and it's by the way it's okay to like like a movie. I really enjoy this movie still. I haven't seen it in like twenty years until we did. This and i'd like this far more than i like that fucking show i the one hundred percents that fallish with chris here because i've never watched the show and i know ed you gave me such a look but it was just it was still just reacting to the dumbest thing christie's set it was reflecting off of you george me but the thing is like i watched this movie. I'm going to just talk until steve finds out whatever all right johnny research talk to the interns or what i've finally got to it banjo. Dan joe is the bear and the bird is kazoo. I didn't even know there was a fuck. I never played seventy sitcom. John ritter the bird had to pretend to be able to live with the bear. Gotcha makes sense so what i was saying like. I never watched the show of buffy the vampire slayer because i was like i really liked this movie growing up like right after it came out into this movie and i was like that's ah by buffy. That's not my bucket. You're ruining my childhood. I was very into the movie and then i was also similarly very into the t._v. Show extremely the t._v. Show i came to the television series. After it had gone off the air. Actually i remember specifically being in college and kind of poking fun at steve making in front of him <hes>. Do you remember this because you set aside time to watch the series finale. Of course everybody was like. Did you have your candles in your lotion the silk road. I gotta look at you. Poke the bear you get the zoo but years later like we're talking on like two thousand seven or or something like that i started working at the burns started working at the burns an oh six and one of my coworkers is a huge huge buffy fan <hes> and he he he loaned me the d._v._d. Set and i blew through it. I won't admit that first season is rough. I'm actually currently watching it right now. What we're doing an are- watch and that's the thing is right now. We're just very slowly getting to that first season my wife and i and once he's too starts up. I know it's going to be full steam ahead until until you get to seize it the six and then that oh the trio and then it just sees seven is just you gotta get through. This is how it's always been from. 'cause i've tried three. Four people have told me you. I tried it. Once did not like it then three other people at different times me please please give it another shot and i have each and every time i've been you know that the first season you know it just doesn't grab me and all like oh you have to forget that and the bax part of season three and season five and six and seven so there's about what forty episodes in there i would be blown the fuck away by. I mean you're close. I mean because like a every season aside from the first one has twenty two episodes so's which is a fucking big ask for anybody. It's a lot of television and the back. I i think you're back. Half of three is a garbage idea and i'm a season five five man. People don't like season five season five man which one is five what are the dad is <hes> when dawn finally shows up yes. I'm totally fine. The first the notorious are- angles good it is always darkest before dawn and i think they use that at some point in banjo kazooing not to be confused with conquer which is a rowdy squirrel. Conquers wild ride exact her. You know we're talking duggan n. Sixty four games going seamlessly betwixt early early odds television lesley grub hub between but anyway so this is this is of course the movie that started it all it's written by john asked weeden friend rebel zooey went onto be. I'm probably butchering that name but she was an executive producer on the show and on all of angel the finger thing means the money like whatever the deal was of course whatever the deal was to take just with the script and if it's ever a t._v. Show in however many years or if there's any spin-offs <hes> i at the money yeah yeah so to distill it if somehow you don't know what this property is a teenage girl named buffy <hes> <hes> who finds out that she is the next in line the reincarnation of the slayer this age old vampire hunter bazeley isn't repealed man teaches her to do every century has a great metal band buffy. Just has that lead singer this one nice thing a here's a question question because the television show she's buffy summers and the same buffy summers all the time she summers in this movie. They don't say one way or another. I didn't think i didn't i wasn't sure i missed it or whatever rare but yeah so. She is just buffy yeah <hes>. There's no fake sister in here. The mom and the parents are out of the picture in the in the motion picture the parents it's like right themselves out of the movie right and you do see the mother but it's not like a big deal. Sarim shop machine a shot ramos all right. I'm just saying she also might be rimmed job. I know i know it's a new season. I wanna get that dirty that i worked for new listeners by the way sometimes this show gets a little blue blue sometimes accidentally sometimes on purpose <hes> but this kind of there's a direct line i think between this and the t._v. shows great and all that stuff but the direct line in between this movie and encino man and prospectus city as i thought he was going to say inception okay sorry so so encino man this. You're that you're talking about like the valley bill. Don't tell mom is kind of the absolute high-concept zip team teen comedy drama e. mostly comedy taking place in or around the valley and yeah they're parts of southern cone falls angelique exactly you know but i don't give you bill antenna. 'cause pill ted's very eighties. Those are open. It's i'm pretty sure it's usually nineties. Yes yeah bill de. The first has like eighty nine in the second. One is in the ninety ninety one i would i would accept but the location the accents the sort of everyone snappy dialogue as well yeah. I think the big thing is the high concept. It's like it's not just these hydro concept low budget exactly doc. It's not just these kids are just figuring out what a t and it's like and he's a caveman <hes>. She's a fan buyers. There's a time machine that's made out of a phone booth booth yeah no exact and she has to work at a fashion institute for a long time and because the babysitter's dead the mom doesn't love the children in the in the family and her mom is just fucking yeah on some island she just fuck it is that's kind of like the lowest of them but then what's interesting though is that one thousand nine hundred five comes along and kinda grounds all of that because clueless comes and it's that but without the concept part exactly and then you that clueless gives way to all those like she's all that's which is the ladder and the whole trajectory is actually very interesting if you track. I appreciate the chart that you brought to you. Please if you don't mind senator if you left the parking lot at four forty nine was shot in the head and five fifty two of the <hes> republicans are now blocking. This trajectory is not real. This movie starts with a since the dawn of time and this is what's quite dumb because you see this flashback <hes> prologue here and it is clearly kristy swanson and donald sutherland playing these characters so when later donald sutherland is is like. Did you ever have a dream where you are a slave or an indian princess. Yeah thank god we didn't cut to those now. We do what we're doing all lord though it's movies not above that just happen to not but do we know since the chris wants donald sutherland or old white people we cut to old europe yard gauges totally miss two on the move shit right here these flashbacks but at the same time i kind kind of wanted more because i felt like give me more than mythos like gimme more about the whole role of the watcher because it seems weird. You know what dude if you're hankering. We're in for some of that. Watch the television. I've got just saying i've got two hundred hours of entertainment to did little more the deal with how terrible most of it is and then there's some good stuff. There isn't goodson no but i i i also this needs to be. This is probably p._g. Thirteen i didn't in check let me n._c. Seventeen okay p._g. Thirteen you just would have liked more gore. Let's make a real horror comedy. You know what i would like to know about. Where are these vampire body's going dad. This has been driving me nuts since i've watched this landfill like maybe that that'd be great if like we saw donald taking all these bodies the fucking dump that would be fine so the job buffy of to the grave off to the landfill hold on a second puffy. I'm calling one eight hundred got junk. All thank goodness. I rented this toyota tacoma. I've got a friend that the dump his name's robert proski but like like you would usually see like it's old hat but like you'd see them disintegrate or turned into glob or whatever the butter but like it's just like cut there on the ground. I guess no money no money no matter. I guess the idea is if they're vampires. Once at sun comes that we just got a pile of clothes there. You know what i you mean so. Maybe it's just like oh the sun get it buffy. Don't worry we don't make sure he's the shadow buffy. I left the blind zone but that's what's weird though is is this movie doesn't have a sunlight death for any vampire and the other thing that we're doing. They don't do it a ton. I think it's just rutger hauer recipes by the way and and and david arquette are the m._a._b. Paul reubens are the three vampires you ever see flying yeah dude. I do not go in for flying vampire. I just you're talking stupid dude unless unless you're turning into a bat sounds like some t._v. Show couldn't do the fly loyd. They did not do the flying but they did do the vampires turn to ash they could also put on sunglasses and that protect them from the sun that just we worship worship where it's like oh. I'm very vaguely out of i wearing an umbrella so i'm fine in the sun i think now i also really enjoy the spin off angel. Oh sure but again that's another thing with first season is rough including the fact that for his detective agency that he's running to go out during the day he indeed lead has the angel mobile with it's a car entered window. They're calling it the angel mobile i don't know if he calls it the engine mobile but it might as well be but it's a car car with tinted windows or angel can driver in california during the on one of the bronx vampire. Maybe just a gabriel can you can we talk about the name so it opens with chris. Christie swanson swanson is cheerleader buffy. The titular and there's a whole wheat named macci. She had eaten cheerleading in this sequence four. I mean it's not that long eight sessoms second dog opening cries sorry ashir leading dash long. I felt it too. I was like all right. I got it. There are getting paid for that c._n._c. Music factory song. You're going to get there because the andrew by friend but then like the this is the most embarrassing part is like they're cheering for the pasadena hogs yeah nude your basketball teams names. The hot dogs will the whole school. That's the mascots basket called like. I just don't think you need pigs are hogs as your mascot general the worse than that you could have the high school the indians or you have a fictitious creature. We were the blue bison. Uh that shit didn't exist but that's like. I wouldn't have any confidence as a player. I was a hog everyone in eating disorder paul bunyan. Come around your host school. You know do those an ox. What's blue aren't locks of what is what is your high schools. What does that mean what does that even referring to nothing uh-huh. I said it was fake. It's fucking made up thing <hes> bison that's blue. That's it when when somebody's playing as m bison and somebody else both places have i'm sure it would be super cool was it actually i wish we had doing the motion motion capture after steve <hes>. What was your high school mascot the eagles. This alleged nice yet. It was standard america. I it's i just i feel like dance like where you're like going to the mascot store and you're like what what do you got well. We've got a woodchuck in an eagle eagles does and you'd wanna play for. Are you want to be an eagle haag pig or fucking dengue. Can you give anyone an eating disorder because if you if you gotta gotta be one of the pigs you don't wanna be a fat pig because then you're in trouble so then everybody's schools unless you on the wrestling team trying to make sweat hog dog. You know there you go right. There's a weird title here. It says southern california the light ages because it's a joke because it's just the dark ages. I i understand however it's definitely l. I. t. o. really i like. I like fucking diet. Pepsi like what are we talking about dude. You're watching your cows man so yeah. It's the cheering you know. We're sort of introduced. This is a weird thing. It's a lot of like before they were famous. Hilary swank is one of the friends first movie by the way i would ever nice david arquette. Previously we mentioned luke perry was obviously acting <hes> ah by by the time this guidance played a high school student like twenty years before this take everybody catch thomas jane doe but did you catch. I didn't work in the the duke. Perry works for him at the tim blake nelson yeah very early thomas jane wheels speaking of hogs hung because he's got you know it's confusing abusing its thomas jane but his haircut is eric stoltz in mask god. Did you guys catch ben affleck absolutely that he his face in this movie. It looks like it's got five pounds of veal jowly yeah but it's a a year before fused but what's also weird is the kid at the beginning of the movie who gets turned into a vampire is also overalls kid. Yes yes from dazed and confused. Yes also the love interest from halloween four. Yes that's right and you've got a blinking. You miss it ricky lake cameo in here. What really yeah i was blinker. She's the waitress at the bar. Oh get out of town. They would watch the trailer taylor for this now. No it's ricky lake as waitress at the bar. No it's luke perry show because that's the seats it's like. It's just all this seems to the movie. It'd be an like yeah kind of this. This girl named buffy. It's kinda weird going through it all right luke perry by the way yeah i i. I didn't even say it because i still just forget that that's the thing that happens. Rutger hauer also socked but great. I know i'm kidding. Ask yes yes. Yes <hes> yeah now. That's just a fucking tragedy. That dude's gone now. I can't even i can't believe they've they're fucking with this to an. They're doing this reboot without him he was he's never gonna do it though i was he never gonna yeah they green lit it and he wasn't going around his if they're not taking the way there would be new you can. I'm sorry i know it's a remake or a continuation equal remain though yes they did. It was a remake. I listen i gave that <music> a hearty shot that what that sequel show or whatever it was that was trash well i mean luke perry had found his home as the dad and riverdale and he was very good and that's what everybody said <hes> but yeah and he's got incredible presence in this movie. He's he's hands down the best part of this movie. I think he's got it because he's funny. He he understands what the movie is supposed to do. Chris he wants to actually. I think most of the cast is really good. The script is not and the editing his horrific. That is the worst part yeah right on that and i mean maybe the maybe the adjust wins. Original thome was better but what made it to the screen is not a good script now <hes> so from this like basketball opening crediting were meeting everybody we cut to buffy and her group of friends walking around the mall. It's kind hind like you're getting all of their definitely throwing out like every single like valley girl term being in essence. They're trying to make fetch happen right here trying saying to get one of these things like into the culture and have people start using it. I don't know if any of it took off in nineteen ninety nine out of it. But what did you think that's fucking hilarious hilarious. They're complaining about like they're going to leave the mall that they're at and they're talking about go to next because they want to go to the movies and they're like oh well well. We can't go to such and such like yeah the sound system there is terrible <hes> yeah they don't even have dolby and i'm like what why would anyone be complaining about this <music> somebody call one of the other movie also rejected because the corn sucks. Oh it's not the corn sex bogus corn focused and we'll tell you i've had some bogus corn in my life own bogus focus corn. You should next time you dear genta listener get bad bob gordon. Go back dude. What's put this bogus core yet and then if they give you any lip you go. What's it's your damn it. Which actually i want to take off. Oh yeah what's your damage is a good. I do like that a lot. Both being andrew have made popcorn for a movie the theater. It's all bogus corn disgusting if you actually knew what was going on and what the fuck are you guys do with that shit we did you want these two aren't washing their hands. Let me tell you that ain't salt listen. If you go basin ain't song. I tell you this right now. Here's a here's approaches an insider tip right here. If you you go to like the first show of the day at a movie theater you get popcorn unless you see them. Popping it and putting into the bag or bucket that you're taking with you. You do not purchase popcorn because i will tell you what there is a great assassin in it. The popcorn is from the night before for i see you wanna wish we would put it in a big fucking garbage bag and it would just sat there and then the next morning you turn it up. We're there and there's like bugs and shit in it not up with sit back in the cleaned popcorn popper like he cleaned the popper every night. We weren't beetlejuice world. I dearly but hey babe. I'm gonna get some popcorn some bugs on it caterpillars. This book says to get the new releases. We have to draw this chalk outline on the door in the shape of a of a of a projector <hes> <hes> so yeah. It's just like hang on the mall. There's some dudes that floated around buffy has like a fucking no name boyfriend guy this <hes> yeah i mean first of all of this cast is at the film school ties. Don't you worry about him and do you know him and he's got a little sidekick. Check out the really horny. Sidekick sidekick is so he is one of the druze that wrote boys and girls previous episodes canna. He's also in my boyfriend's back which is also that next sat directly related to this because this is the vampire empire light comedy and that is zombie. Comedy is a state to isn't he the boyfriend i think he is the titular boyfriend comes back. I re watched that yeah not too longo. It's one hundred percent. <hes> stay tuned in there yeah yeah oh that's right yeah yeah so yes so a dude from dazed and confused sasha russia whatever his name is <hes> is like kind of walking around outside. He's upon the mall carousel and here we are introduced to paul reubens vampire extraordinaire <hes> and there's like a you know like on it and so i love about he's is sitting on the horse naro yeah yeah. It's like one of those who's there and like man i remember at the time thing like who is there like the first time you saw this who could be there and in my head. It's like literally anybody but peewee herman and mary is looking looking swinging into frame. Chris cabin pro tip never ever walk around a key an empty carousel at night yup big time. Somebody's going tonight views somebody that something's going to hap- so you know it's just me and my general life advice because this movie i watched this shot the movie yeah i forget this movie also like there's that episode of the twilight zone where the guy goes on the carousel by himself and he goes back in time. I don't go around any amusement park after hours hours period. Don't go to any amusement park period. Yeah never honestly there's gonna be trouble. Also eric every illicit meeting that ever happened happened at a fucking carousel now at night and mike clayton and all those fucking movies. It's always something like that. We'll see if you're lucky. If you got like one of those bench seats the bench things on carousels. I always laughed at because man. You're on a carousel. Get on that fucking horse for naked fucking making out while i'm spinning around two fucking horrible collided with thick a bunch of eight-year-olds around you your eight year old hooking up and having whatever sir sir is there a carousel wrestling the firm. I feel like there might that seems right. Yeah fucking faceoff. That'll teach you to ride a carousel. Maybe the pelican brief them sure got it. Okay uh-huh by. I'll meet you by the silver horse. Oh fuck yeah. You're right one of those shit like that. Yeah never ever or you will get a vampire oriented by the way this is the first year after paul reubens masturbation controversy so this was him in exile the beginning exile. Oh that's interesting though because well if this movie came out ninety to make it before the indiana might be the case. This is a media role to have like right after it again. I'm sorry ladies and gentlemen salt and the popcorn you go to a porno theater. Come on not like come on know who was who was the person that was complaining. There was no like internet to jerk off as well like no newer younger listeners. I should say don't really understand what it was like back. In the early nineties yeah the real struggle dude yeah yeah anyway so i think he what he did was fine and let's let's ease up as a society. I think he's good in this movie. I like gray is yeah and i mean i absolutely agree. What he did was a crime however this would make sense as a response to that because he gets his jerkin hand cut off. It'd be comment reuven semiotics. What you're saying rubens is a lefty. Oh yeah he's a southpaw. I see that was what the movie south powell was about. Oh it's not the end the terrible editing like you see paul reubens. You see the kid from days confuse. We're out of there. We just goes like yeah and we cut and that's the thing like it's weird like if you're listening to this and you're like this conversation's seem stilted. It's because like the movie it. It just goes from thing to thing. It's bit bit and there's no like flow to visit like what is it eighty seven minute movie. It's yours ninety. Five minute movie really made it like flow a little better. I'll take the extra ten minutes also by the way we we don't get back to shane for forty five minutes. Yes like he. He's what happens when merrick lake has his face off with rutger hauer and like so this is the last time you see him and then you don't know what happened so you just also shows up as the vampire kid in the basketball game forty five minutes into this god damn thing <music> but buffy and her friends go to the movies. They're terrible at the movies. It seems talkative to screen. Everyone is david arquette and yelling out. It's the loch ness monster unstirred yeah. Now i wanna yell out in the movie. There's no way they're watching a movie about the lock nonstop but what's weird is like luke. Perry is like oh. These guys are ruining winning. The movie like referring to buffy friends but then he and david arquette are also just talking through the move yeah so it's like they do. They also want to be the theater comedians medians and they're like oh. These like four girls in front of us are stealing our thunder kind of thing. I was like back there but could you guys you guys. Go over there at least even it out this way too hot. Should they fuck it. They double booked it. We're the headlining a theater comedians tonight. You had add all your opening act do through the previews. Now the features on it's our time. Where am i am tickets. Hey hey thanks guys. Thanks for coming to the early screening meaning. What are we trying out some new stuff here. Oh it's the loch ness monster okay pizza pies very hot these day a and you suck mc not to have a better audience at summers. That's not summers be that was a saucy little the richard gere movie or you always amish is up close enough and it's just like this fucking sexiest barn raising the sweat office offers brad fucking in that fucking someone. He's fucking the audience. Yeah might be jane seymour. Actually whoa wait a singing and turns to andrew. Renting summers is being heard. This saw that growing up oh yeah did you grow in. That day became a man movie man. I became a movie movie. Man eric movie man summers be nineteen ninety-three dish. A farmer returns home from the civil war but his wife begins to suspect that demand is an impostor do that yeah what a great way of about and the fucking wall balls yup. I'm home and i believe i would title to a meal at some sex please. He's a boy thaddeus stevens <hes> he was something. Can you make me dinner. The <hes> the hobo signs of the post said you make a good pie the so yeah. I remember when your brother died of influenza. No didn't your father okay. You're right. It's it crossing over with. John edwards syncing an m. name that cold reading that happened to me a couple of days ago. What else waiting for my wife at a bar yeah this. This guy comes up to me. Oh jesus and like he starts. How much did you lose five bucks because pretty impressive the magic. He just did this whole thing about like. You've got some stuff right like oh. I think you have a small. All business and i'm like i. I guess i sort of do and then he's like. Oh you know this that and the other thing is a lot of siblings of a lot of siblings and he's like doing all this stuff and picture giving lover gave him love cold readings going great. This cold readings turning pretty. I bet you would let a let a man sleep on your couch. You don't even know and then he's doing this thing where he's like. Oh you know blah blah blah now. He's like <hes> you know. What what. What kind of colors are your favorite colors as well. I guess i like blue actually before he would ask me. You write something down on a piece of paper. He growing anything. He's like. What's what's your favorite color. Blah blah blah and i dunno blue. I guess is any opens it up and it's it's blue and i'm like oh shit. This guy's got magic. Richard bloom is up by the way i'm wearing. My wife pointed this out afterwards. I'm wearing the bluest sneakers that ever exists incredibly blue thing well. You know here's the thing you think if you said green but he had written blue he would have just crinkled. That paper up eight no hopped right in his mouth. Allie would've gone to like okay blue blue collar family lord almighty so wha- whoa that was the extent of the extent then at the end. He's like oh you know for good. Tell me all this shit like. I can't wear black this saturday's and all this stuff for good luck the next five years. We'll be very lucky for you all this stuff and by the way if you give me he's like well. You just have to just give into this like here it is this is what the thing is. We've been talking the ten minutes because i can't get away with this guy and my wife didn't show up yet for the bar so ed five bucks in my pocket. Hey here you go man and he's like you know for thirty. Your lock could be a lot better are like dude. We're done here has been has been the end of our experience. Oh that's fucking of you ever see me in the street. I'm an easy mark clean <music> somewhere around here so this is what this is classic bad editing right here. I think also because there is a quick scene scene where paul reubens goes back to a hideout situation and he's doing the old master. I'm doing a great job at building you a new family going to be very strong. Blah blah blah blah and like a hand just comes out of the coffin yeah so i think you're supposed to take from this terrible cut from the carousel to this room that paul reubens has turned into a vampire comeback vampire because that's the update he gives to rutger hauer in this coffin so it's like the movies asking you to do all this like one in one kinda shit where it's like if it was just cut together a little bit like if you just saw him attack him. You'd it'd be a aren't again it. It's just a little noother. It'd be an action scene to which is we could use a cafe blase. Oh man house house was way better blase and all the girls are planning this big dance. It's not the problem for some reason it really should be because that's just keep calling it the senior dance and that booked with does that cost money to say it's only to service a joke in the middle of the movie when when they're like when the rest of the girls on the planning committee you're mad at buffy because she's out slaying secretly and she can't you know come to cheer practice and work on the dance stuff and i think it's like hilary. Swank is like this is our last dance in high school and the one girl oh well except for the semi form and the formal and the senior prom and the senior dan consequential. That's like yeah like just do the prom so it's an have it beat. That's like a thing. This is a it's the big dance and it's like a theme dance. Theme is the environment. Is this the same night as the him staying over when the parents go out of town yes yes. She wants going back to him very long night for bumpy. I was gonna say she's at this little bar or whatever pike and benny who are luke. Perry and david are koetter. They're yeah they're kind of like like hate flirting with them a little bit like your fucking stir negative negative going pretty hard. They ask luke perry fucking yells at them. We hate you got a great great way to ultimate neg. Excuse me it works to me. It's the long game but it worked. Yeah you know what proved me wrong. Kids ricky the the old simpson's gag where it's like they throw throwback change on the counter that would we got here all right and ricky lake like a hotdog or two cups of coffee. This put a hot dog in the most foolish way possible. This is yeah. I think this is one of the dumbest thing i've ever seen done with food. David arquette gets the hotdog. Luke perry takes the bun guys. Just cut it down the middle or rip rip it in half or something more maybe pike's vegetarian can't split because the hotdogs serves as a stone to weiner or david david arquette who shoves it in his face and says i've got something for you buffy and then this comes into the editing thing too because then suddenly it's just cut in half and she's like oh l. She ruined my weiner or whatever and it's like. All i wanna see her. Cut it in half see her yet as bifurcated hotdog dude i mean maybe uh-huh those look at all day thing all right kristie take two hundred now. You missed it again. You keep just punching david in the crowd pike a baby it from both sides totally. That's that's the move. Actually i think it is because he it is a it's not what coming out of the fly his pants but it's right there and it's like it kind of wiggles a little bit when he shakes it in front of i was like my god. This is inappropriate. Redo to someone older. They're very clearly older like there there. He works at a fucking garage or whatever twenty year old bert bags yeah trying to pick up a tenth graders confusing part about this movies. How old is everybody. What the fuck well. We just we laid it out but it doesn't doesn't. I don't buy played by thirty year old. It doesn't matter it's a fucking nine hundred ninety two high-school. Everyone's like fifty and thirty. That's how it was stephen roots olympic four years old than luke perry problematic when i was growing up like my whole life's ahead of me even when i say that now when i'm fucking thirty six. I still think i'm in high school based on the fucking films. I watched going on. I two often wake up in the morning. Look in the mirror and go up still in high school now that i'd go naked to the exam they say you're under arrest by the way speaking of inappropriate you you mentioned chris cabin lady and the tramp. Yes you believe that has kids. We were made to watch a movie where two dogs are trying to fuck yeah. I believe that one hundred percent discuss disgusting culture. Of course we know martha. We're going to sit down and watch the dog fucking movie again. They did two of them. It's this ed one hundred one chefs trying to help them fuck like oh yeah yeah you go in the back galley. Let's watch this. Give them a little food. They'll start fucking. Take those dogs love. What are you talking about you fucking media. Hey everyone get the dogs be in love. He's he's a pump and into her. Oh he's a pumping into it. That's a beautiful one hundred one by the way those fucking catholic dogs that's bad unburied good god of she does go home to her boyfriend. Who's played randall. Something or other is they've jeffrey in the movie. Yeah this tall dude and like you see your parents for five seconds. They're going out to something this. Can anyone see what this kid's eating by the way. I didn't even know this existed what the old school korea doritos light. What does that feel. It's the light at low sodium. I guess light ages. Did it have the shit shit oil in it. <hes> fucking the wavy lay's diarrhea popcorn from you did olestra believable. Yes yeah yeah wait. Wait wait what you have. A bad reaction to that are leicester which is good 'cause you shit your pants. It was like a chip craze in the mid to late nineties. Maybe one sir like people were going out and getting because you shit no cholesterol time calories. Were cutting a a big time so maybe that's what this is the doritos the light maybe something with the cow. Maybe they were baked fried tortillas. Hey babe can't hook up just yet. I'm shit out these doritos. He's three of those light man my stomach's on fire right now. Aren't you horny. Hey hey aren't you. Don't you play with yourself while i'm getting the rest of this water out my ass. My god that's awful. It was tena leakage was pure shit. It was just like just started to like see how you're not thinking about christo chris slater in their aryeh eh better than he is. I'm going to be out there too minute babe. You're gonna real man hope you let your buns heart. This is the actors randall baton cough. You'll see that movies. Don't worry about it. He's <hes> he's actually in as good as it gets bad clone of thomas scott yes he is. He's that's who i thought it was for really long time. Then i realized is war on campus. No that's the other and he's not e._s. Police were called t._a._a._s. The okay isn't he in something. Unlike newish that was out within like the last year wasn't he. He's at the end of la la land he is. That's i think what i was right so which is to say nothing. Those are so like she has a nightmare. Let's relax cray statement from my point of view we go back in time again hot minute and the owner wasn't like she's doing the mirror stuff roker how're as he is with this great moustache always the best in the o._j. Seen he's got this big like old. Medieval goatee. Go and right now is oh gee. Oh gee loath host. The vampire is framing o._j. Simpson yeah. That's yeah exactly luther did it. I'm is where it was. The king vampire did it wasn't awful lot of blood of that crime-scene for what is what i'm saying. Well listen. There's more blood on that crime scene than in this movie blood on the crime king. Oh oh yeah. I guess that's suck it up off the sidewalk. These got more dignity than actress by the way. This is a goblet this connection to encino. Oh man runs right through line. That happens kind of around here. It's a little before where we are right now but i i don't miss it. I believe it's david arquette referring trying to buffy. I think says her jaba does scoff at gravity. Oh this is when him and yeah which is just weird. This is when they're doing this weird. Eardley on the road. Were just drink drinking and like we're kinda contemplating suicide but not really like they're both on this legend. Lou perez got the flask and they're wasted stood and this is what david arquette's get hurt. They're talking. He's like oh man you perez. You like those girls are so shallow and blah blah blah yeah but the uppers this that the other thing plus just drunk him in another drink and i'd i'd go. I'd hook up with you which is always the classic right. Oh oh yeah no isn't that a wouldn't it be hilarious. I kid you. Would it be funny. If i was in love with you. I have to say though luke peres reaction. Here is very much like now that's fine man. It doesn't punch him in the face yeah. Let's just very i haven't heard yobbo since animal house. Jabu's is not a thanks very rare one. You don't let's see them. The wild that all yobbo in the wild man yeah few and far between i will say i don't even think fast times pulled that shit. I don't believe so also this is where paul reubens comes up again and snatches david arquette away and luke perry viking just passes out in the middle of this mountain road and that's when you you get donald sutherland and he's like this is not a good place to go to sleep. I'm just wanting for kids right now. Don't mind me hunting chills him. He missed the watcher. He's trying to find out who the chosen one is as the slayer sure and there's a birth mark but buffy removed because it was a mall so he just like wandering high schools across the california coastline or something. He's got a read on. Its her there but i don't know there's mystical tickle shit going on in the name does he didn't initially no her name. No that's right. He's been watched usually watch like the first time this is in the mall and he just stops the the elevator and looking at her how old that's fucking hilarious forgot about that. I think it's a thing where like he's he's known because he does make mention of like oh a way you too too long. He's known it's harder but he's been observing or whatever's own pervert. He's from the bush. He's an old man at the mall of course why you gold people are at the mall. I knew something was interesting about this town that that girl right there. She's the chosen one and that girl over there will. She's the next karate kid take that's true yeah. He does between both of them. The jabu's coughing gravity they know it's like that boy roy. My boyfriend will be back. There's a reincarnation thing right yes and jumps around obviously that's been established with old gear gear up the the princess of native origin yeah the american south right so it's just seems it's like throwing a dart at the fucking globe like there's a mystical force that drives him knowing where she is. Does the tractor beam. He's like those are them. Yeah bows radar dude but the weird thing about the that whole reincarnation angle and in the show they they don't do that. It's like literally when one slayer dies another slur again anywhere in the world gets picked up but there's also a watcher network of peace love it. It's it's very much green lantern to ask but in this so if she dies you gotta wait for like another seventeen years within those intervals buyers could take over the world like that. It's a bad plan. It's a bad system. You'll need more than one slayer. Why are we trying to stop them also like who really cares. We're all going to die anyway. In the world's die soon but later we go again like would would would it be a big deal to be on dan. I'm into mostly being vampire scenarios. There's although they better come quick because i started here but this is all assuming they just turn everybody and they don't some fucking halt the audacity dougherty of you erik to think that they would actually want you in their army. I think they'd pick me back the herrick death corner. They don't pick me. It doesn't matter because i'm not thinking anymore. That's the beautiful part of. I'm way into being a vampire. It's a top tier monster to be accepted. You don't wanna be zombie now. I want to be a vampire of course yes. It's flipping a coin if you'll become a vampire or just fucking a blood bank but that's fine. There's a chance there's a pretty good share. I don't want to be that. It'd be an immortal sex. Guy you could become one of those. Capri suns from blade trinity that and you just be alive being sucked. Tuck your blood out for the rest of your god. It also depends on what the vampire lore. Is this but this buffy the vampire laura for sure. I'm into it yeah. I'm not because it seems like you. Maintain your personality. You're still cracking wise. You're just slightly eerie. I don't wanna be that fucking from don vampire that looks like a fucking rat or whatever everything don't turn beat new and giant route to face vampires yet which is also what the buffy showed did is like they altered their face like a little bit and there was just just like some bad klingon makeup. He'd be vamp out. You can kind of go back and forth right so bad but i the vampires. We look like shit moving. It's just it's pale-faced faced. You've got to create so everyone around fire trucks like this yeah. It's so bad high aren't rutger hauer are the caked on white makeup looks like a fucking filipinos. Zombie movie looks so bad. I think shane what's his name does the best of it other than ruben santa jensen. I think vicky does well with it. <hes> and he's the one they actually give ears and the whole thing okay do more this face boy before he was turned into a problem. I the era thing is a bad thing. It's do thought they were turning into elves. He's flying around prequel to bright wiz so buffy at one point. We're sorta like bouncing around here but there is a scene. That's very important. It's donald sutherland meeting her. Yes <hes> <hes> so it is. They're they're developing new cheer. There's a friend in this group. That's a keri russell knockoff like the the friend who who at the end of the movie is like dating buffy boy any yeah she kinda just looks like keri russell's stunt. I wonder if you've got behind the scenes work on the americans. The one one that's brought to power had the friend. I forget other short the girl's father and actress she's been in. She's oh she at the end of high fidelity yes she. She's the one who comes into the shop and oh he almost leaves. What's her name for and he's also. She's also urban legend. I legend oh the gas stations. Oh wow nice pull bowl so yeah. They're working on this year. Whatever that was like all right. We're going to wrap for the day and whatnot m._v._p.'s like hanging back for whatever reason doing a bunch of like back flips and shit and then all all of a sudden. It's just donald sutherland hanging in this gymnasium and like he gives like a bad pitch here. He's like oh oh so you've been having dreams and all this shit creep level to eleven. You've gotta be like look dude lot lead with the vampire yup yeah but no one would believe that's true. What do you capture one be like. Look at this guy brian fellow vampire friend here. I shrunk him down. Sorry all right so right now. You're looking here at my fist and he's my thumb is pretending to be your jaw but just imagine if this was an actual person. Oh he's he's he's. He's cushioning your neck. That's how i do but so he's saying to her like i'll prove to you. It's going on here and he's got the creepiest line. When you're trying to sell a person something he gets seventeen year old girl on anything doing so you'll come with me to the graveyard. Oh come on sutherland. She's not a goth. This might not be the best first date. I mean you're right lace. Nobody's perfect and i guess you're supposed to do say about you know because it's the same souls between the two them threat history instill like i guess that justifies why she's so comfortable with him it's like did she does not react appropriately to this at all. She's like not squeezed out of. It's the calcutta the fucking graveyard whatever but then he cold readers will you've been having dreams right like well. Yes i have and he's like where you're a slave or an indian prince. Oh my god god your favorite color is blue. Come with me to the graveyard buffy for thirty dollars. I'll take you to the graveyard <hes> but that's what you've got to believe him also 'cause she's like oh he mentions you're definitely having dreams of were rutger hauer and she's having dreams with the guy from blade runner bucket known bad guy. I mean he has more hair. You'd have to think about him a little bit more ray batty roy batty so yeah so they do they go to the graveyard and this is where i realized one of the things that this movie needed and they definitely didn't bother with it and again something. The show does better. They needed a fucking fight choreographer for this. It's so slow paced like we're doing. The action steps one at a time these vampires or like get back here. You know like the most action you get. I think one like jumps on buffy back and she's like swinging around with it but it's just it's slow motion here we go. These are dumb californian forenoon kids. They're not gonna you know not everyone attended the all valley competition. Just dude that are just don't fight stupid in real life. It's more realistic that is for sure. That's the thing in the in the other bubba university second. You get bit by vampire. You know like mid level karate body at the very least yes. It comes with the virus inside you. That's what i yeah. I just also seems like a special effects like gore person like if there was like some blood in this scene like it would be some because like you wanted to end like ideally it's like she kills both of these vampires is a crazy fight or something and the end she's covered in blood and donald sutherland is staring at her and she's got to be holy. Shit yeah or something that you know. That would be something to look at in a movie. I if you're paying your money you spend your money on donald sutherland i guess by the way who who is that three three point five this dire movie. I like donald a lot. He clearly didn't give a shit. The final scene that he's in his film is one of the worst things he's he's ever done in a month so he's just the movie <hes> pity the booze filled if it's worth it because reading that wikipedia entry was just so fucking confronted because it's like josh weeden is like they letting him improv and he's ruining my great script so i'm gonna walk off setting no and he talked louis reading the production histories weird to be sold the script to like dolly parts production company and suddenly dali and then suddenly donald sutherland is starring in your movie. That's a great thing and he's just so pissed off about it. To this day of my writing sow the apparently he talked shit about like just about sutherland even today's he there was some co like there's they made a comic out of this movie but out of his scrapped crafted oh it's the best version of that of by movie and it doesn't feature that actor who shall not be named donald fucking sutherland what an asshole ah use it mother fucker precludes win mash. I have a quick question josh or joss or whatever it is and i know that your dad wrote for the golden girls and awesome but were you include animal house. Did you show your ass in that film. I showed my as an animal. Whose are you canadian yeah. I didn't think so get the fuck out. I am superior superior to you in every way. Just let me play my character marriott but it's true i mean donald. Sutherland is is awesome even when he doesn't give fuck. He's a three point five. What are the best parts of this movie. Obviously there's a weird thing around here. Where like donald sutherland has dropped luke perry back at his apartment or whatever and luke perry wakes up to a knock on the window and this is it's david arquette as a vampire and he's flying and it's fucking great because luke perry is immediately like oh oh you're vampire. I'm not gonna let you in like david or komo on. I'm hungry hungry. Our kids have fun in this movie he definitely it's actually my favorite scene thing. I just wish it. It climbed up there and not flown because it's lord. Have you seen the lost boys yeah. I don't like them flying in that either. Got say you're crazy. I'm not crazy about the lost boys general too late i didn't i didn't grow up with kind of a thing and neither did i. I mean i. I like it fine but i'm not like you guys. You guys want vampires that do karate and go to blood raves. Yes that's where that in your walk out in the sunshine pretty much i go for tilda switzerland where we're getting fucked up ten in danja your vampire oh absolutely yeah we're like hanging around burned out detroit listening to records playing guitar. I i can do that kind of vampire. That is if she if she levitated for seconds. You fucking get flipped okay with the flying. You gotta put that shit him. Yeah who's who's complaining. Sometimes you guys are like legion. I will say one voice alzheimer. Vampire fantasy is only only lovers left alive fucking now lord. I get to hang out like i'm just a cool person forever eric leach and look at these two bodies. This is is a station situation. If i ever saw what bad absolutely without pants shit stan dan dreyer nice to do that a live show man we then we form into one thing and it looks exactly like eric stern earned let's do this. Let's make it happen really teric. I we were playing the west coast host the november. I'm saying portland emerge in port okay. We'll i'll be off vomiting off. The corner. Stage takes so long to detract though it's going to be a problem bob'll yeah. We'll figure it out. Okay 'cause you can just be off to the side. Go and does anybody wanna go to the cemetery with is the yeah he's like all right. We're at this cemetery. He's like all right. Here's what's going to happen. Yeah see that dude right there. That do died the other day but you know what he doesn't know yet. He's a vampire so we're going to sit here and wait for him to rise up from the grave right eight here which they do yeah and she she fights the the guy but also it's like she's sitting on the grave of another vampire and this it's two on on one kind of thing. He really throws her into the fire here feet. I is the idea she's like. You knew that i was going to happen guest but i needed to make sure that you'll start. The knife at her head would just kind of fun. Oh that's when she's like turning him down in the locker room is like he's like where were you. You missed vampire slayer practice and she's like. I told you dude i had cheerleading practice throws a knife at her fucking forehead which she catches great too because it just cuts to her holding the knife and he's such a cheap effect. There's so many cheap effects in this movie that super endearing to me seeing like you can watch this movie and you could just make this movie with your friend great right yeah because nobody knew how to do any of the action or anything yeah he likes. He makes the mind that he's throwing. I caught it yup and you just insert the sound effect barrett is you through an she's in stephen root the principal's office and she spits a a push pin into a fly. Oh yes which is kind of a cool thing. That's one of the worst edited scenes of the whole of the whole thing because i feel it's like stephen. Root was improvising about like whatever he's he's like talking about. Why it was cool. I used to take drugs or whatever acid at a doobie brothers i could feel the music like i could see zeal of the music it was red and the scene like the whole point is is like she is getting ready to get the fly with the tax so you would think it would end with the tackling and be like oh yeah and now he's like unfazed by and then i freaked out cut to thomas j yeah. It's it's really you think that because they had to cut because just sweden was so upset because stevedore is improvising shit. That's not the stephen. That's not my witty joke. I love wing etched all your scripts into stone because they're like the commandments and you're supposed to respect them okay. I'm twenty four years old my movie. My dad didn't slave away a ya golden curls. This many years traded like this. What a fucking stupid baby. The holy shit like an egg so shut it definitely does. He looks like an egg with a bad beard. Whatever i saw people following me on twitter as executive sweden the you know people like a lot of a drill out of his work but he seems like somebody. I wouldn't want to hang out with yep. That's that's exactly right the the cap on the locker rooms. That's fucking hilarious though is she then hundreds donald sutherland squarely in the face yes which is great and this kicks off a training being montage. Here's my question about this training montage what hotel ballroom or they training like other ones. How merrick's six house in relation marked clearly just an unused hotel bar chairs are stacked the fucking overlook the offseason yeah and it's just like here's a vague vampire training. Let us go to do it man work. We have to do it buffy otherwise not going to believe that you a woman could be good at any law of movies. There's a weird like <hes> there's like a dummy hanging from the ceiling and she it's like you're training to do a forward roll. Oh and throw like come out of the role and throw the steak and it's like she hits the dummy in the leg and it's another donald southern looking really bored. He's just like the the leg. It doesn't say anything but he's just looking at this dummy like no. Hey josh. Is that lunch yet or what or josh it's just a note from your brilliant script he wrote. I might supposed to react in any way when i look at this dummy. I don't want to improvise hurt. Your feelings wings ross. Can you editor around all my yawns 'cause. Maybe if you can't man and you know i don't want to take a an editor. You're brilliant script. Maybe my characters just tired also. Don't have your dad call me ever again. That was a nightmare <hes> josh. This one scene that i knew was to be an thinking. Maybe you could shoot me from the back and i'm going to have my son kiefer status uh-huh. I'm quite tired of this film. Also don't bring a father around. I had back in the day. He's on my side. Aw dude watch that room mcclanahan. I fucked betty white away had hoops through the entire cast. Ask the golden girls one night. That's right even still getty with the age makeup even fuck that little quinton tarantino fella anyone ever see that golden girls episode with burt reynolds. I just watched that the other oh oh it's it's it's an amazing burt reynolds fucking blanche inch. We'll know the whole thing is. That's exactly what i thought i was going to be. It's like they win tickets to a what do you call it. A burt reynolds new new film opening. Everyone's really excited. I did a lot of misadventure habits whole episodes happening. This is like the late eighties yes so archies machine excited to go to the premier burt reynolds to rent a cop manelli whatever that was like the the gag is only dorothy his mother estelle getty was the only only sophia can go there and she's feeling the goes like she's telling all these stories about how she met burt reynolds and dom deluise and all this stuff ma. You're just making this up. When you're making me very angry you like the doorbell rings and it's burt reynolds and i was like oh my god. It's the almighty god burt. Reynolds is a severe you wanna get out of here and she's like yes spurred. I'm incoming and he looks and all three girls other golden girls are looking at him like oh my god it's burt reynolds listen to them and so these year roommates so which ones a slut like that is that is which was the slot and the joke which one's the slut and everyone raises their hands rats make sense because florida dude. Oh totally he's mocked. Everyone knew of the thing is buffy powers in the show and like the most mythology proper is she's kind of like super strong super stran- spiderman yeah that kind of level of strength else figuring spiderman but she exactly that doesn't happen happening this. She's not that he's strong enough but not super strong but the only power she has aside from like kind of heightened durability etc is she has a spider percents for vampires which is fucking ministration or like a cramp. Yeah it's weird. It would have been funnier. Just not does not make the t._v. Show now it does not but it would have been funnier because like she says cramps and then our she is holding her stomach or something donald sutherland's crude. What is it like. The gag should be like you by the way back off america fucking weird pervert but like the gag should be like oh. I gotta take a shit faron. I gotta take a shit. That's that's you're understood. The prophecy says the slayer must take a wait a minute. What do you mean. I can't put my spidey cramps. Indicia show to adult vendors do summer around here yeah. We've mentioned the top the thomas jane thing luke perry's like hey man you. Gotta get outta here. Yeah something's going on in this town. I'm just going to abandon everything. I know in move. I'll see you later. I mean turns and steps into oh my god. It's the mystery mobile luke. Perry is driving the mystery mobile in this movie. The weird thing is he's got so many vehicles throughout this film. He's got this thin motorcycle. He's got a dirt bike and then a motorcycle. This is california living. I guess all right because he has the dirt bike the scenes but the thing is the dirt bike when he's apologizing to her and they're like on the sidewalk yeah but then at the end of the move he's got a fucking killer hog and a motorcycle doc. I think he got the mystery. Van from sparkly probably borrowed it from him. Other cousins and like things are going on up stopping. She saved she ends up saving luke perry again because his car breaks down well. This is ridiculous again it the fun like if if you cannot hire stunt coordinator higher fight choreographer like do not put these things in your movies i mean i'm sure they had them. It's just not good. This is like luke perry gets sort of surrounded by some vampires because the van won't start and it's like paul reubens and then there's two other dudes behind the van. Dan and paul reubens is like walking towards the car. Whatever and then like luke perry backs over the two guys then he goes for it and paul reubens like on the windshield and it's that kind of thing but like the stunt driver is going like thirty miles. It's just not good and then they haven't driving to a field where it's like. Don't worry you're not gonna hit anything because it's all fucking grass except for the one tree that he's slowly drives into. We're doing a little bit of a teen wolf car surfing at this point yeah kind kind of yeah you're right and this is when paul writes punched through the car and like he gets thrown from the car. His arm gets ripped off right. It's kind of fun. There's a nice thing here where like the hand is still moving holding it. It's kind of funny but like it's another weird like someone having an inappropriate reaction because luke perry's like oh man and arm somebody's scream. Somebody freaked out at this situation right now. The whole film like no one has that range of emotion like yeah. It is sort slatted and flat so that's i wanted my diet log deliver. I love women power to the women yeah jazz weeded and oh my my wife's added town next weekend would come over and talk about the <hes> the <hes>. I'm going to write a show where girl gets forced into being whatever customers want her to be yeah. That's dollhouse. Oh i love women. Wait what was that they were like. People would show what what was it was. It was a thing where they put personalities into two bodies that were like the dolls i think was the idea <hes> and it was all the action based on you so valet. Hey they dabbled in yeah yeah. The i watched both seasons eventually got to his thing where like in the second season they did sort of make it more actiony and they like went went like several years into the future and it was kind of cool but that first seasons a lot of like always samantha here today and it's like eliza dushku in that moment is like whatever whatever person she's a program like the matrix like they like wipe their memories and put in characters and shit. It's just it's it's a weird word. Fucking premise man i just at that <hes> paul reubens has grant line around this car chase though where he goes like the car one very kill him a lot yeah great great delivery here that makes the trailer oh did it. I didn't remember that i think paul reubens is fucking the best part of this move yeah. He's really funny up there <hes> and so like this is when they kind of all form sort of a team. It's really weird doc luke perry and donald sutherland ever say anything to each other like. There's just no never in the same room at the same time. I don't think so either because there's this is where like show so she saves him. Yes they american buffy. Show buffalo buffy kills the vampires not paul reubens but the other dudes whatever and then she takes luke perry back back to her house passes out or something because he's hit his head in the car accident and then like donald sutherland fucks off and sh they like this is were. They awkwardly have like a moment where it's oh yeah like i was shitty to you at that bar earlier in the film but now we're going to have a thing where like we talk about like how our parents errands ginny or whatever that is and then she's like you can sleep in the guest room. Hey real quick. How old are you yeah very important question. He's got that fucking soul soul power chopin's it was king back it was well yes so and also like very clearly isn't that not no here but i'm just pushing it down yup had on in between but once him and buffy kind of hook up there. That's soul patch leaves. The move shaves it at very very triumphant. Yeah shaves it off yeah. I was in the bath for the final dance other yeah when he's getting ready because he d he definitely does a maintaining of the luke perry side side but chris is it's the winnings were sure by the fox corporation for twenty four billion dollars absolutely dude. Aaron spelling was like all right. You're going to do this movie over the summer fine you fucking comeback in late august and that shit's messed up. I'm going to sue your ass fucking sue you would you not do fake sideburns on this television show man and and then no but really how old are you. I'm not and what's the oldest teenage you could be eight nine thousand nine hundred. I'm that yeah. That's what's going on thirty five team as well. There's a big basketball game and it's like buffy. Buffy has to go cheer at it because it's like you got to keep the cover up. Nobody in town can know that she's the slayer but this is in in between that like she's just talking around with luke perry in the town square and david arquette over. Here's them when he's at a telephone booth or a a photo taking booth and he's like oh. It's buffy so he i think the plot is joke here by the way when he leaves the photos the photos come out with no one photograph yeah that was a joke i thought that was okay but he's like buffy puffy and then like he tells paul reubens that now that's when like i guess is like a plan to bring this guy to the basketball game this dude ruler whose sasha whatever his name is sandra jansen. Oh is that the idea. I didn't understand that yeah i see i see and she's cheering shearing right at the game. We also got a little scene with with. I don't know if it's the right here but <hes> paul reubens talking to rocker howard rutger hauer as the king king vampire. Whatever then oh we're going to wait for the dance on saturday and he takes cat yes to a little snag as he's. He's hung maqsoud. Get alvin. It's amazing. Also i want to see that happen. Brazil rutger hauer was game for anything as an actor. I sure he would drink a cat no prob so the guy was outstanding but yes. I think we're getting some things mixed up because the basketball game happened happened yet judas there yes that all goes down and then this is around where <hes> buffy sees that the dude is a vampire he gets put in the game the way he's going to attack somebody and then this she trips him and it turns into like a whole kerfuffle there <hes> ben affleck shows. Ben affleck is on the other team. He kinda only has like one line more or less policies you yes freeze freaked out by the vampire. Boys look dazed and confused. There are some jokes with the basketball coach being a new age california. That's kind of funny yeah because he's all he's like. Go out there and shirt your personality or person hood. He's also folding up. There like basketball warm arm up suits which is kinda funny. Dude takes off and throws it on the ground and he picks it up instead. It's folding it like laundry and this is my question so he comes in and like everyone's like you. This guy is really good at basketball. Vampire t woven remember to actualize actualize and like the ref is like hey get that guy at x. float and it does dunk but everyone was cool that fucking werewolf playing now vampires high school basketball but where wolves can discrimination men right in southern california uh-huh there was a two towns up teen wolf also fits into what we're talking about a little earlier but yes yeah buffy should've buffy versus tina if i don't know how it never happened just combined all this shit i like my boyfriend's back buffy a teen wolf like do a super film or up to venture inch like southern california's like the bermuda triangle essentially yes it actually is. I also think that that would be the thing they've tried to do. This dark universe for years they have worked out but now you will fund dark universe dark universe lynch lynch says fucking raptors back to go. Oh man that'd be fucking great. Hell on earth but around here is there's the a big because they're chasing the vamp and she steals a motorcycle from. Is this not leo johnson from twin peaks. It looks not him yeah but it's like a kind of chunky balding dude with a ponytail playing a biker geico. I could have sworn it was fucking john. I i get it because he has a similar reaction as leo would have probably you gotta debnam here which is really something a little bit of a deep light yet yeah he uses slur at buffy and then proceeds to say. I'll tell them which i mean. That's kind of funny. It's it's such a pathetic fucking thing. What do you mean you won't won't print my story. I found out we have to track apiece people. You're the l._a. Times this should concern you but then there's something around new running to rutger hauer like a carnival carnival or something well the last his last stand sort of right because this is this is where donald sutherland gets killed in slow motion buffy the as because dot says something her and buffy goes. Are you addressing. I yeah pretty great but then yet they just have this slow. Fucking fight where donald donald sutherland like just slowly raises like a arm up to like put a stake in through our our just takes no welby albee using now and just gently places it in the donald sutherland's chest and murders him and then he then slowly falls over this from the internet and it's not leo johnson that actor at the same time was appearing in twin peaks fire walk with me and the same year he was in critters four for nice good for him playing a crater. I was playing a character named. Bernie simplicity cameo a cameo from david david bowie but they couldn't make the money work roughing. Yes what yeah like. I guess he was going to play somebody vam high ever since sub served three califonia instead he went with leo johnson twin peaks fire only to one movie. I can be in this year into the twin peaks of buffy the vampire slayer what would he would have been the rutger hauer part of our problem work could have been like maybe there's maybe there's a stinger pinger scene with another vampire shit. What about a sequel back. Maybe he's the good vampire within dark universe goblin king dude. Oh nice the hunger a vampire movie a floating floating. There weren't any but it seems uncomfortable. That's the thing that's like. That's a vampire. I wouldn't want to be a hunger vampire. 'cause they're like there's a lot of weird shit. There's so much in that movie movies like boring. Rich people shit yeah. It's just like waspa- fucking which is like <unk> there it is i mean the hornets vampires our interview with the vampire. Oh for that is straight up the hornets vampire tales and the cornyist where wolves are in the howling. I believe also crimea fucking river bred pit that music. I hate being vampire empire. I have to look like this forever. The nineteen ninety-four brad pitt forever yeah. What a tragedy you'll be fine. He can only watch the sunrise in the movies. Which is how i think. Most people experienced. That's that's not a legit complain. If someone's like man. You can't turn me into the vampire. I'll miss seeing all those sun's rising. Get the fuck outta here. Watch this sudden rise. I think once i don't think anyone has never seen it. Oh yeah the sun suddenly up sunday richard linklater's bullshit but yes so then they have a clear like donald sutherland is dead. This is like end evacuate. Everything falls the shit. She has a fight with all their friends. It's a huge blow out because she doesn't want to work on the dance. Shit yeah like they're on the dance committee making the decorations what she's like look. There's bigger things in the world this is this is stupid by the record our could hypnotize her. That's that's like his thing yes but is it because like they're also supposed to have this age-old connection or is he doing that with everybody. I think it's a little bit of both the girl all to the girl with the bob. It's ill defined part of the age old connection because there's a few of the there's even like some flashbacks yeah. They've they've europe battled before but she yes. She has the spat with luke perry right here. This is where he's driving. Fucking motors like on the sidewalk man that's very dangerous is and this is where david arquette over here's our right. I also just love like what is this side story. Where david arquette vampire is just alone in this photo booth. He's i enjoyed himself. Here's the gag though this is the gag because they did that. The for the film strip comes out which is great and he's not there. The gag is he comes out. He goes buffy and walks away. Photo comes out. It's a dead girl bite marks on her neck and david arquette that that's the joke that explains what he's doing. Doing all these tom jane booth by on shore hogs. Yes yes dick pics to haagen that show. I believe so ugh. I guarantee you tom. Jane auditioned for both beverly hills down now to know and melrose place a little bit. I yeah fund that show. He had totally have been andy. Her scottie. Scottie definitely auditioned a lot. Yeah not a lot of people call the no no p._t. Andersen did that's good for him so yeah we we have a montage luke. Perry is really serious about like the vampire hunting buffy buffy like fuck you. I'm going to address because i want to go to the dance. So is this montage of luke perry just breaking legs off chairs making stakes. I do think <hes> and i i don't have have any evidence of this but i feel like one of the things they did adjust we'd the script was like okay. Luke perry is getting us insights. There better be more scenes with luke burien rally rally driver. It's buffy the vampire slayer but it's like more like buffy pike but mostly by the script has what the script has. I love of women sorry but it's called pike the boyfriend a lotta this bike the boyfriend look. What else do you want from me. I cut out all the scenes where all the you know. All the characters say the really true thing. Joss is a cool name. What else do you want from me since real name just josh dryness in a cool guy cool guy. I think joss is a name really silly. Joseph hill go. Thanks joe weeden that seriously yeah. You've never met a so never met someone named josh john wayne. I bet josh does in joshua but with the the j. o. s. s. joss. That's always bells it so i'm saying what about it's fictional. It didn't happen never has won by writers so we go to the dance is the big finale of this movie rent. It's hugged. The world is what we're doing. You guys catch a look at this d._j. Least enthusiastic d._j. I have ever seen oh yeah. It's almost like this. Guy didn't know the the fucking camera was rolling but to be fair. That's the most realistic d._j. You're fucking high school dan. There's that whole like hug. The world thing is another thing we were doing in the early nineties. Any environmentalism environmentalism was played as a joke like right genes like that's in clueless alive sort of inclusiveness dog in here whereas like one of the girls would like how about don't tread on the we're holding buffy is like well you kind of have to if you're walking on the planet funnies jane yeah and then there's also some great ignorant in ignorant exchanges ages where it's like oh the ozone layer yeah. We gotta get rid of that thing yeah. That's they're talking about like what are environmental causes. Whatever it's like littering yeah sure littering which is again. I get the joke of like these are dumb valley girls or whatever but like it is good. That kids cared about right shit nineties. We even get it being the thing in this movie nowadays you'll never fucking here about the environment again no literally never it's either a movie. That's supposed to pock elliptic. Whatever because it all happened. Louis louis get into a movie actor can't care about that stuff. Yeah no total salute. Your shorts had an environmentalist character zoe or one of those girls was she is easy azizi and she was the freak also weirdo fake name to no one's worn from the i think she was a that was there was a nickname though which nickname is fine while they're real name was ziesel audio here the home tame not give him our the big lunch the ruling they all yell the all fucking one. There's an alternate cut where they all fuck burt reynolds. Oh nice you gotta buy this series on d._v._d. You're talking about salute your shorts and environmentalism. Sorry that happened. I the burt reynolds was expecting z._z. To classic line yeah. I thought it was going to be a solution. I mean i'm glad you found it. Sure don't get me run nice to imagine. A golden girls would just turn into short bus fleet my feet over my head invite right a few more people over here and about a few more people over here. How about your whole retirement home. You know all those people bring them over here. Ma you can't tell stories about italy. Italy doran the g. ma <hes>. It was cool that this senior dance was sponsored by diet pepple dude. There's so many to leaders holy shit and there's a lot of soda used. I couldn't believe it man sprung for. I thought this was an r._c. Deplace no you royal crown code heartache r._c. Cola it's good. I'm totally fine with r._c. Cola okay yes yep my god man yes they only they exclusively sell it at the part of the grocery store where everything's all discounted because it's dinged down and dirty yeah. You have to ask the guy at the bodega to go. Get it for you whereas dented soda r._c. Coca cola now with less less beds as luke perry shows up to the dance for buffy. It's very nice because her boyfriend is with the other friend. Yeah me or whatever she any. I think janney eddie shaves his soul. Patch mark upon it not like oh you shave that's alright. He knows that he shaved it. Though i guess they're really looking like luke perryman fairbanks yeah and then the vampires crashed the dan's because david arquette has spread word that buffy is the slayer interrupting a great great told the wet sprocket that that was a real bummer man slow dancing kind of out and it's a banger and i believe this when hillary swank swank does that line about like well invited them in because they're seniors. It's a good oh yes that that isn't half bad yeah. Hilary swank after that line though just is constantly screaming through the rest of the scene until she is fucking physically assaulted by stephen route. I think yeah but also like she. Almost gets pulled pulled out. I'm like no kill her. Do it like the movies got. Fifteen minutes left exactly. Nobody's going to be upset like this is like make a joke because you could do that in this movie because the movie movie where kids are dying. We need a body count that involves characters. We've been introduced to because. I don't get that because there's a bunch of people at this dance that do die in stephen root has the hilarious thing about that i'd given them detention slips a throw rate the digits fucking debt bomb. It's probably the biggest laugh. Did everybody see the like they literally literally switch. The white girl for the black girl getting killed hillary's vampire komo through with their about to hilary swank she gets away and then the guy the friend day just take her presumed dead. That's fucking tear hilary swank because she's been also also like kind of buddies antagonise movie like a little bit yeah. There was the leather jackets situation at the start of the film right. Buffy really wants to buy this fucking disgusting costing yellow leather jacket and then hilary swank swoops in after saying that it's like yeah like it's been that's still silent minutes ago. Yes oh that's lund yeah and then she goes and buys it man. That's a fucking. That's a shitty move. You gotta say stop worrying. What other people think okay buffy be era buffy first of all they wouldn't be selling it if it was five minutes ago. Buffing what is happening now is happening. It's not five minutes ago. It's male so buffy leaves the dance to draw the all the vampires out of the dance does luke perry kill david arquette at the dance because they have a fight intercut. She does this like the one of the only movie would just somebody flipping a bunch to leave the dance that like this line of vampires had. I'm not sure if he's dead. He throws holy water on them and is like like faces burn often. He says something like hey man. That's rough. Nobody gets killed the way this works out as she goes out she kills all these vampire empire then she goes to fight loath those donald sutherland's last words are like when the music stops then you're going to be free of low doses control right. This is intercut intercut with <hes> <hes> dave fighting luke perry luke perry kills david arquette by throwing him into so box which caused the right okay gotcha. She kills obviously paul reubens. They have kind of a fight here. It's like it's like a fight like they come out of it like an exit <music> hallway and they just have like a minor scuffle. There is some good dialogue here too because he paul reubens. Is this like like we're mortals. We can do anything and she's like oh yeah. We'll clap yes. That's a good line. He he goes a little too far. Have you ever had that not quite fresh feeling of let's not do commercial jingle everyone yet. It's not great rutger. Hauer later does the commercial the waving of the hair fire had some yeah but yeah so he gets a paul reubens gets a steak from buffy here and this is like this is the dumbest fucking mel brooks horseshoe. It's so stupid. Did you love it now us. Oh i loved it as a kid now created on me. It's just it's a bit too much improvised by the way in case you're wondering now that's shocking kind of stock ruining my script. I love women. I just thought it was. I think like the tone of the show like a vampire movie but this is like so like light and camp yet. I felt like it fit. I it almost. I feel like you need more of it to really do that. That's so wachira joke than the rest of the comedy is those that's why it feels weird to me but there's like little spots of things. They just never decide whether or not it's like. There's like there's a news joke early on where that was gnarly. Yes that's the thing this is goofy too but it looks weird in the middle of normal movie otherwise. I don't think it's a normal movie. Well therapies. The fucking goof troop rutger hauer is now in full on dracula higher fucking playing the violin in this it it is interesting to be like living in nineteen ninety two and still bill yeah. I'm gonna still dress like a seventeen hundreds transylvanian totally. Why not well. I guess it's a power move because everyone ruin. Your crew is like whoa dressing work eventually. This is a cool outfit. This is very expensive. Maybe he tried to do like the paul reubens route where he's like wearing a leather jacket and chip music. You know it's just not me myself to be true to low those ooh you could have him shopping for new wears any bumps into bill and ted and napoleon and the court and he turns napoleon into a vampire. I love it napoleon vampire littlest vampire part napoleon fucking lock up your daughter's man that guy's gonna take over the world by the way i would be funny. If this is the city's plan the violent this all these dead cats everywhere feasting interesting upon cats. I was pigging out he. He's got this like his voice is very there's one line that me and my brother take forever. I will split you like rotted fruit because he doesn't have the teeth. It's it's a hindrance. It's a real hindrance to this performance performance. Which i think is actually pretty fun unless there's a close up of the actor having to go <hes> and biting someone on the neck leave the fucking fangs out of it. No no one's really gonna notice unless it's like gary busey and his teeth are always on the outside of his head like your lips will cover it up fine. Arab u._c. is a vampire tape the mouth full of nothing but fangs. Oh my god do that's going to haunt. I actually that's how they modeled the langa leaders. He's like a cone head. Yeah exactly good just two hundred. I'm just eating a bunch of rats. She tries to put across in his face and he goes oh police which is actually a great delivery. It's pretty awesome. I on fire and then she uses a aerosol spray to blow it on him. Well well this is. She has the great line he. I don't remember what the setup is but her retort is my keen fashion sense and sprays the the hairspray and the light pantene pro v. had his line with something like like is that all you have like your faith and she's like no my keen fashion. Yes oh right right 'cause yeah. That's right after the crucifix. She's really good this. We had a lot of her. Joe hit like your comic. Timing is good. I think again like luke. Perry steals the thunder a a lot because that's how they got people in the seats but i think that she does well here and then she became a crazy conservative cunanan. Whatever i don't know cunanan the full on but like she's a crazy could serve it goes after people on twitter and shit. We heard her twitter profiles her wearing a cowboy hat staring off into nothing boy oy yeah no it's it's it's great to throw her follow acreage christie. Why don't you come to my trailer. I love women <hes> but there's a there's a great like rutger hauer. I mean this is so awesome. I didn't know where he's got this sword. It's fantastic so they're having this up. It's is this this is in the gymnasium rascic back in yeah he jump when when rocker howard bursts into this <hes> gymnasium a stephen roots just like not definitely not a student another great line yeah totally <hes> so yeah. They have their fight here. It's kind of a great buffy grabs a fucking flagpole with the california state flag on and they're kind of dealing with that for a little bit. I wanted to be rutger. Hauer gets the whole flagpole in the chest. Ask this like free standing flagpole with the california's day plaque be great. Everybody's see alexis arquette as the d._j. Vampire school oh so wait that dude who wasn't having it gets replaced yeah killed. I think in the middle of the fight almost how fucking notice that at all she and luke perry. We're actually really good friends burt. Oh how about that the more you now. Also david's in the film talk to her brother is also and they're fighting and this is the most anti-climactic and it's so is man like paul. Reubens gets better def breath because i thought this was like okay yeah. Where's the last big scare right. It'd never come no like she breaks takes a fucking leg off. A chair and seriously is just like all right. Here comes the plane. It's feeding a baby gets so fucking fucking slow this sex yeah. That's it yup. Yes you're right rutger hauer this does but then it's awesome because because pike and buffy dance to fucking killers zana hof song <hes> ooh yeah i love this also covered by reel big fish actually great great cover tune. That's the movie ends with them like dancing in the gymnasium amongst the corpses stephen routes given out all the detention slips and whatnot and then it's like the credits are the news coverage of the event at the gymnasium and it's like the on the scene reporter is liz smith all right okay a liz smith and for some reason i'm in this movie a and like the thing that she's interviewing all the other students that everyone's kind of lying and stuff. It's all the characters because you've seen like buppies ex boyfriend and the girl talking hilary swank gets us something or other hilary. Swank has a think because like she screaming during being the attack and i believe it stephen. Is it stephen somebody comes up and bashes. You're headed grade and she collapses so the gag at the end of the movies vs that she's got like fucking brain damage favorite damage damage jenny and the boyfriend. I friend are like talking about like how they fucked. Yes a young men. These two young whipper snappers fucked worked there in the guys saying something about like oh i knew something was going down and we got out of there but he's like adjusting his tie yeah thing and then yeah i guess she just had a bad experience. Whatever went down. I don't know what the fuck that joke supposed. Josh like runs off screaming like man. Sorry liz samantha the right. I think stephen roots lying about being in vietnam yeah are they was like well. Yeah i saw platoons. Kids gets kind of joke but then man fuck it like i'm sitting here like alright credits rolling over this liz smith thing fine whatever we cut back to paul ruben still just oh my god so stupid america's a huge smile mound fast do because it's it's silly. It's fun you know. I think i have nostalgia for this movie that role to because i i just remember thinking. It was a lot of fun. I remember the first time i saw this movie was actually at a sleepover party. Nice yeah probably like ninety three niger or the pillow fights. I would ask me something totally different. The answer was incredible. Both both is incredibly good to know but to no i mean this was like a heavy rotation didn't even bother to add on the air. This was anyone's first time with at this move. I mean this was on h._b._o. All the fucking time. I told the story on the year before but you know new listeners all that this was my my sister had rented this is moving shoes usually perry head and i was a kid i wa i can't hear that was a weird little they'll always have been about we watched it and then off by dad's blockbuster card by the way and then weeks later blockbuster 'cause my dad and they're like yo dude yours seventy five dollars for buffy the vampire slayer and he goes to my sister's. Did you not return the music no i did. I swear to god turned away. I remember very specifically saturday the whole thing this it's all made up so he seacoast blockbuster and he funded tears everybody in new one. Are you calling my little girl a liar how that whole route you fucking screams. They drop the case ace right the case and then days later under the couch. Here's buffy the vampire slayer so we had this rian tape from blockbuster head like the blue sticker on it sick yeah wait so but the case was there video detective at i mean like the the was a tape hape inserted in the case and your sister took that she just thought she returned did so you had not only have the tape with a sticker the blockbuster as ace. They dropped the case. Would you meant you meant like the criminal investigations the prosecution yeah i wait so they've you get a call saying you know it's not there and of all the places you must have looked. You didn't look under the kaddish dude. It was a wild okay. I'll tell you what though it would have been fucking better if like she just put the wrong taping turned it and it was like you taped like the playboy channel oh my pornography's gone and no one's gonna miss. It sounds like a scam run by your sister wanted that also very most definitely. I think think that's without it without a doubt sisters a criminal <hes> the the movies over with starting with steve sadek for new listeners. We we go around and say if we would recommend the movie. I will say it. Is kinda like points. And whose line is it anyway. It's the kind of doesn't matter because sometimes our opinion will change three years from now this shows but on the air for a long time. It's the tenth season it's ten. It's a lot you know so steve saying. Would you recommend this movie. Yes pretty wholeheartedly eight super short <hes> blessed eighty-six now that half the cast is tragically dead historical document but no i mean no no. I think it holds up pretty well. I mean it's bad movie like it. Just doesn't hold together like watching this with a somewhat critical i in the year of our lord two thousand nine hundred and i'm like wow these scenes don't make sense. Nobody's motivation to actually this story here just sort of happens but all that said it's just kind of a fun thing. The fat and the fashion is very in now by the way you yeah. That's always light jeans. Were loving it. Absolutely i mean this is one or two bad casting decisions away from being a disaster. Yes they realize as i lucked out in this whole. Almost everybody in this movie is good. <hes> so i yeah i abs- i i. I have a lot of nostalgia movie. It's one of two things just weeden stunned that i <music> actually enjoy the other one being firefly <hes> <hes> yeah i mean i i mean really is one of those movies where i realized because i wasn't a nine to one zero. Oh at at all so i was like oh my god luke. Perry actually can do this shit like he can hold the screen yeah yeah rutger hauer and paul reubens are great and i agree with eric that the great i really. I didn't say anything bad about it back in the moment those me again you're checking at the wrong person i mean the thing is like i could tell the voices apart and this podcast also something. We hear a lot on this show but i would also enthusiastically recommend this this movie. I really enjoyed going back to it. I hadn't i really i haven't seen this movie since probably the nineties wow it it kinda hi to held up to what my memory was of it. I remembered the certain scenes. Some of them are remembered a little differently but it's it's a fun time i and like everyone's said everyone's really good love scene rutger hauer man it was really sad when he wentz and a lot of fun paul rubens of of course steals the show absolutely no yeah i would totally recommend this movie like yeah. I like steve. I don't think it holds it together as well. L. is like when i was watching it in grade school and middle school and whatever but it's a fun watch your fucking in and out man you totally in that it is not twenty three episodes taylor vision show in a season <hes> but i will stand by that. Fucking show is great just great. You can find some fun stuff. There are more than thirty episodes that are great chris gavin. Hi said forty four and you follow me on twitter. I'm rewatching. I'll give you some hot tips. Where where are you at stevenson. Stephen santa guys to an s j d k the polish spelling. I'm it where you at we desperately trying to end this first of all why so they just started yeah well. No it started about a month ago but it's been sort of like you wanna do somethin' al's like we're gonna get there but it's three by the time this airs. I probably ideally oh yeah. You're right. Those middle seasons go quicker than that. 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THE WEEKLY ROAST AND TOAST - 01-07-2020

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THE WEEKLY ROAST AND TOAST - 01-07-2020

"Aw Weekly Roast to toast with Cory Martin the You know your mic me. uh-huh the good. Oh welcome. Everybody's welcome to the weekly tolls Delta. Gosh Com it has told you record Martin Billy just in case you need some clarification. I am corey over. Here is Martin and over here. Is Bill Lay. Talk to you doing three syllables. That is is right got damage. Oh I'm sorry I missed that up. God Damn it is thank you put it on. You know you get go the fuck. y'All doing oh good. I don't know anymore I although anymore how you're doing today it's good to see everybody. Welcome to the show good to have you here and got a good show for you today you know not much going on today at boundless something but a lot of people love and we review bad movies like somebody took a poll the day and they were they just put up a post saying what does it mean your favorite reviews at half of them. The comments were about all the old movies Bitch that we reviewed all bad movies every oh already people people up in here up Denzel already call it the old pitch that we all the whole bag ready. Oh Oh look at that one for Tiger Lips. Whoa the only you need also forty two? Just subscribe thank you guys. Thank you so much. I'd have to ask today. y'All already coming in with that. Generosity how you doing people already subscribing with the regular subscriptions scriptures in the twitch prescriptions. Tell you about those had to get one for yourself probably absolutely free do that a little while but I before I started hoeing. Let me go ahead and say hello all you folks out there. I was telling you that today. WE'RE GONNA do bad move review. You people love that we did one they they love it. When on the kangaroo moving the virtue whereas virtue there was another one that we did hear that they've rex Theodore Rex? That was. Yeah Yeah people are Abed so Chris. Herman showed me a blind fury. I have never seen that before. I know you said you watched it. Yeah yeah amongst a spate of movies in the nineties. He's that came on probably up all night or or or showtime late. I missed that one. Yeah I did not catch that back in the day but that was back when I was a big rutger our fan shit. They're using was a little off. The only saw a second already. Looks Crazy. Not Get ready. Because Martin Mike came in looked at me he was mainly the fuck. We're looking at this point. I tried to tell us more but his mission. I thought I thought that moving ARD twenty three years ago I saw Tun fucked mood. They'll play that she don't fucking Shit like all right all right all right. Man Joe Bob Briggs. Yeah a lot of people. Ask us to review this when I started talking about it Chris Hartman. Urban said man. You got to see if you haven't seen it and trust me. It is one of those things where you think you know what you saw. You don't know you don't Martin. Fresh is really I mean. I've I've forgotten it but I did see it. I know you saw it but you didn't you. Nah I saw let me let me put it in perspective. But there's a lot of wish in this movie and maybe because it was back then that you saw it. I see movies like this all the time but see compared to today with everything that's happened in the world you look at this. Movie is a whole different context. Okay okay today okay. Yeah people are going to watch this and let me. Oh look at this I already come in j Luther Coy boy. Oh nothing sir. Good to see to see Sir and we'll go to this man. Let me go ahead and introduce everybody up in the chat tat. TAT's we got the og chat with the visuals and we got the other Chattel with that new new chat over here during the day. Good to see good at the C.. I hope you enjoined the emotes got more for you. I should've put some up today but I just forgot I was so wrapped up in the magic of Rutger Hauer. Aw Jesus all y'all looking at some stuff that we're going to talk about later I look at. I see that the Chad is bringing up a wax figures wax dummies dummies in new trump. Right that Jesus aren't even if I wanted to be trump late that but I hate trump. I don't think he deserves that. Jesus Christ like figure. They must the capital up-to-date. Look down to send it back on the southern bear the reason they bring it up wet wax. It's bigger today's because there's a Mickey Moniz Nicki Menaj. She finally got her man. This year in people We'll have a discussion about because there's a lot of debate about it It's I mean it's not really the worst I've seen but still something is wrong. Something's off with this so we'll take good missile by Mickey as a sister. Yeah Man Oh damn NASCAR motherfucking. I can't even say which I was talking. Doc Marine Austin Stop Abbey and got a guest tonight. Got Chris up in the half. How you doing man talking about my man little bit wrong to this this I read you? Start this motherfucker. We'll call us the three stooges dismantle the he's a really good artist and he's the good good guy man. We talked to him AWAS. Beg God Damn it he came in and I you know what little starting. Ah We'll we'll talk to our lovely. I tell you about the people who couch because I've been laughing about Sunday for the last three to the grant of Chris Chris. Aren't you Kris. Told this guy grant who's a good guy hung we got. We told Granny's grants trying to find something to talk about like ice. Where are you from? Aim Kris told me like I'm up from in Texas. Also he like Nah. I'm from upstate. I'm from Buffalo. And he sat there for a moment you could tell he had nothing to say should have just kept going. Shut the fuck up but he just like keep talking like so. Is that named after the chicken in or the other animal in in in a Martin I just I didn't even see more and I just put my hair. I didn't I didn't look over there but we we even start the show. You would be a nice case up and let me just say so. I just kept pressing buttons but I see myself smart because ultimately it was trying to be funny. No no he was asking an honest question. Cabs Merlo thank you scripts in by the city. The buffalo is it named after the animal or the wings. 'cause I always been confused about the. You've always been fused and Herman done call him out. It's it's the animal animal and I'm just sitting here like shouldn't say some you don't do it. No come on you gotta say something. No look look just breathe deep and you can just let this pass at looked over and I see his teeth out that was it would done just lost and Chris Army. He was the one in Chris. Chris so nice you know He. He was his composure. So well it is because Turner reds. So the 'cause he it was hauled back he left. He was turning red. Mama was all flesh you can tell. He was Kinda quivering because he wants to lead. But you still have to say no granted is not. Yeah no it is not thank you bond villain. That's pissed off at attention. And but but the Grad is nice though yeah you don't know it on him because it wasn't on the show. Is he in the chat with you soldier blue. That's you let me see. It was a joke. which has been a bad joke gorgeous though if there was a gym no no had if he was trying for joke? Oh can had been on the air. He would have had to put on the hat but it was neither of those things he later. Got The hat. Can the Billy Mowbray. Oh he got here and I saw was coming. We told him with stop man just stop and he just kept he kept going. You don't you doesn't have to be like this. Yeah this man but I guess they just cut the brakes inside hint that he said some stupid because he wouldn't stop talking. That's I got that we would tell him. Grant stuff the I guess I I was on the accelerator break. He made some jokes said Star we told holdem stopped up to stop grant stout but he fought through. He wanted to earn. That was trying to get elbow. Good evening we realized that we don't have enough hats. There was another incident where it's like. Oh Shit he's already wearing it back Now Pursue Grad I. I'm not done yet. Caesar I know uh-huh Oh yeah but you know what I ain't going to be like I'm I'm going to wear this mother. I got to I sit still going crazy. Because he's Saturday. We went to eat a Sinoe. Oh Yeah you had that go. Everyone will be some crazy shit. He's he said you know I've been wanting to get this to. I'm thinking about getting it about this big on the side of my leg. I got about one hundred dollars on me. I was like. Oh that's not gonNA finger the fuck you think I need to get. You'RE GONNA need more than that. And he's like. Oh well I guess I can make it just a little bit smaller in your put your hands away put put your hands. Put your fingers out. This did he say and they WANNA go half bad then. He told me they'd say well. You know what Is there a tattoo places nearby. I think there's one next door. That's that is who still open and he said well. I think I'M GONNA get. Oh thank you. Thank you for the five hundred bits always waist various. Maria's bonk thank you very much thank you so much but he wanted to be said. Look next door. You know what I'll do first is I'll go ahead because I told him. I said it takes a little food here and say well. You know what I'll do. I'll go ahead and order some food. I'll go next door and get a tattoo and I'll come back what. Aw What do you what do you think of the disruptor you can do about them. Tattoos you got a mucking crackerjack check boxes. It's been a long time listener. His leg you do know the involve needles. The Beatles grow press it off no tattoo who is fucking tasty may auto Wildenstein he. He didn't know. I said it might take you about twenty minutes. Apparently he's GonNa get a tattoo in fifteen press shit on rebekah. Can you guys hurry guy. Food Okay Ah fuck it it just do it. Line Exxon to fifty two dollars and fifty cents. It was wrong. DOC will slow in the ways that worldly Mars. He's new to Earth Man he's grab you watch them with the miss it with the but that would take me back a little bit because it's one of those things whereas he said I'm going to go. I'll go I'll go get the tattoo and I just come on back to look for. It was just like you think he's joking. You fucking serious okay. Away almost wanted to tell them to do that. uh-huh will he won't need this. My plan is working. He'd want me to Eh Yo. Why don't want this? It sounds sounds terrible and prominent say this process was involved. He he thought they were just GonNa put that Shit Omega wet blown sport. So you've done you got about two more minutes. I'll be no. YEAH PEOPLE WANNA sell. Listen got a good show for you today. Chat good to have you here We're going to be reviewing bad movie review. We're going to be reviewing what is blind fury record our it also talking about nick massages wax-figure and people how they reacted to that also More subscriptions who did it now. Who did that who did did did it did it now? WHO's at? Oh Captain Dan is thank you thank you. Put the scrap for ten months. Oh man thank Much thank you. That's dedication. Listen I want to let you guys know that we are going to be given away some people who who give the most. Gifted subs are as donated the most or has just given the most for the month. Somebody has one coming for this month. I'm about to send that off this week and we're GONNA do that every month month for people that show us some lower we give them different things. Okay because we're GONNA be giving away people we're gonNA give it away. We'll start with grant grant before we can put them in a box. 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Yeah Yeah people are going to be just right just glad to have you here as always say is going to be fun time tonight looking forward to get into this review with the all and I would like to wait for everybody to come back before I get into this question on. put it out anyway. How you doing sir? Ah Laugh. I noticed is weird but we have. Have you been purpose trip. It was nuts. It was well actually. Ah The bad news from the rubber. They're not purpose. It was just the way. I'm sorry I mean how are you. This allergies acted up again. Not so much not so much. I mean you know late at night. My eyes get tired and they water but other than that feel good. Yeah I I'm asking concern too. Because he said he was allergic to me. Because I I have said you said now you said I said studio but then Chris armistead killers killers to court. And you'd like yeah you agreed. Yeah you did. I said I'm allergic to cats. You have a cat and I do have a cat and I admitted that I might have for upon my body right and then you said well if you have an opinion about it they must be user which I said I I understand I understand and plus I see how dirty our dogs get man. I took Took a dog park yesterday. took him on trail. emojis got found the all grass found a patch of dirt and just decide allowed to just roll. They love that yeah they do you take them you washing hand washing them yourself. Get Him on clean for Sunday. Do after well first thing they do take all the excess water or in your and then the second thing they do is find a patch of dirt. This role like eh paid me dried ice. Rick James on we talked about is when you wash them yourself. They wait till they get in the car and it'll show today in the car. That's why I was talking yesterday. I told this to my wife. Dan Is last night. But I'm I'M GONNA I'm GonNa go the whole thing but I wish I could have been at the park with me. I would have laughed when I got out. Their dogs go and they random they ran the fuck off but this one dog ran to me. Iran opinion dropped his bomb. All in front of me. There's one was like. Oh he wants to play. He's going to keep doing that until you play with him when I got dogs. Yeah exactly it's just you grad audits must have like you. You're doing it then. I guess because I got static wasted dog you pick it up you pick it up pick. It fucking whistled onto good Yeah man this dog though I would have played with dog was cooled. Friendly's I started on the mother fucker would not stop. Let's talk yesterday. This woman must coated this ball with dog crack assumption. That dog would not stop. He's had it before he knows this. Yeah she probably gave up. Which adult came to anybody better than me Shit Baseball thirty nine four? Thank you Lou kid. Little Kids like they do that game that they go and they throws them down they are. Let's pick that up. He asked up. Rigo it's going to be the two months description. This monthly nut not stop. We went on for ten minutes with this and he was targeted. That dog would like the mom he wouldn't he wouldn't. He did not notice anything. He didn't the environment at all that bombing put it down. He stared at it. And when you picked up he's he's followed Johann everywhere. That hand went that month. I talk a little bit. I think maybe now thinking about a maybe. I got the mall bucket dizzy because I was doing this. Shit Bitch. The dog the dog at Disney. Well through it after I started with dog threw the ball do that shift if four and that dog it had arc on us up in. That's all follow initially when he was running for rent rent to tree. And that's what you were Kathy. Thank God hoping hoping she looked she looked at me. Like how could you do this. And I didn't say she because I learned it from you. I said I'll tell you I'm sorry consumed by giving. He led me dumb told me to do this. She told her looking at each other. I said I'm GonNa look at you just like a dog before ball. I ain't saying Shit. We can look at each other all Goddamn Day but I looked at me here tatum. She didn't get mashing. Go to blame or czar. Should your dog or a pop logging for you. Trying blame me because your dog is stupid teaches the notices surrounding but. You can't tell me that I heard dog isn't running this up before that Baugh. It wasn't her this time is she was mad because he saw focused on that ball. He was still trying to go after. Think fucked up to from thriller tree and the tree rely shoulder. Let's see through his showdown and knocked the wind out of them. Because you can and I guess yes. He was a little busy because he was. I mean that dog was worry Lutheran going whole Talking at that dog man that dog that dog was was so dog was was down and was still going after. That ball like fucking ball was a bucket fellow. Wounded soldiers up. Fukuoka WanNa know. The little dog was doing me. I saw him when he was because I thought the but I'll look at them but I looked at this rate right into because most time you know you think they're gonna hit it and they veer off it's like okay. He's got better better sense and reflexes. Then I gave them credit for our town but he put the Arcana got as he was. Yeah no no he receiver. Yeah I'm looking at it. I had a similar thing happened. One of my daughters friends to a ball because they were young. I took them to the Renaissance Festival the Renaissance Fair the one. That's close by Sherwood forest and fellows friend She's walking. I was watching her. Because one of the performance there was making faces at it and he started making faces back at him while she was walking and and she and she turned and walk Powell right into a tree out I mean she. She went unconscious but she just she took a down looney tunes plume yes. She took down and she started crying. And it's it's the funniest thing but being that I'm the adult here and I can't have a scene. I had to act like it was no big deal. Pick up and just erase it from my memory until I was driving home to laugh about it at the time. I'm like I can't came make you can't be that guy. I'm sorry if if you run into some shit you better be seriously hurt. You gotta go the Emergency Room and even in. I'm praying laugh when you get there because actually it's funny because we used to do that as you fill a school she would. She would do the flop like everything was like. It was like she was so hurt that the nursing becoming everything was only. Because if she didn't do that everybody would laugh. Thank you Guardian Angel for the subscription by the way too much I appreciate like the Garden Angel. Thank you very much appreciate no man I. I'm sorry I yeah I affil- bad for that animal and I've seen I've run into people had like laughing me before I'd love learning to deal with fuck you learn to let me ask you a question. Though if you had been with her parents group would you left because you were you were the only adult there and you were taking care of their kid now. Had Her parents been there like. Let's say you and your wife went in. Would you have left. Then the thing is that's good. I had a moment moment of being scared. Because I'm like okay. I'm responsible right now and then realize okay. There's no blood she's GonNa be okay but I don't WanNa laugh and just compound impound everything so the only way to get out of this is for me. Just take this whole incident and put it to the back of my head and act like it didn't even happen just especially with four faces no the equivalent like sticking your tongue out at somebody. Yeah she had to come sit up. You know what that that tree taught her valuable that I've met that dog with a fucking. Oh we'll know it won't be there right now He did. The dog was chasing Shit. Dog took obt dog in the bag. You WanNa make it 'cause he's trying to go back to the ball. He just fucking fucking shade lady you know animals shaded spots initiate to go and die so look the dog. No dog is trying to find a quiet place. Dogs tried gratifying little place. This'll he could die in peace. Fuck all right maybe maybe the same funny but then yeah you gotta make us. He was fine. He's fine and one was fine. She was a little bit and then she got in the car and booking wave mcmeel. FUCKING DOC Komo's your car. You know this guy was killed. uh-huh driving so fast. You dog is dumb when you want me to Z.. Mud bugs running and shit right. I mean you dogs the stupid too but you don't see them running a bug in objects. Black men are dogs. Yeah so he's Brown ground trees to really not the one who wrote up a ball play with them raising own kid the dog into the Muslim pay attention next. I'm going to be a truck. It's just there's no way in which you throw the ball across the street or into the traffic or off a cliff off a balcony l.. Canadian some about Marianne dog is focus. Oklahoma in a full body cast focus on nothing. But that ball as woody fucking gets. Hey how you doing good to see spayed Nudie pets teach him something dumb one lane this you can see at the bottom of the screen. We have our review tonight. Bad Move Review Blind fury coming up this bill or I can has never clip together with them dolemite a fax it so when you put them together you laughing clips together this certain scenes. I thought I heard what I was giggling atom. There's certain scenes clay when it got to the point. I heard your mom. He's GonNa love this guaranteed and billy approved. How you guys doing tonight you know what would try to talk to you guys in between the show we? We have been doing a whole lot of that. Look like that. We'll talk about this too. They say Is this true. What does that Koala Awesome? Yes Iran Sin Ten missiles to a military base with US troops. Yeah that's true that's true. y'All surprise has that trump probably caused world war three before he left office. Anybody surprised that saying saying that Obama was going to remember that yeah. It's exactly what you said about Obama. Ana y'all surprised idiot into the White House and like I know everybody he's a smart guy. Yeah he's a smart guy but when it comes to like leading countries a fucking idiot I mean. He's smart at manipulating people smarter manipulating dump people. And he's done. He's done himself a fucking leadership when it comes to the reason why is because he's so focused on himself. Yeah when this is what happens when you put yourself before your country and narcissus that whole idea of well we need need a businessman to run the country like a business. And it's like no you don't because only only somebody who doesn't know how businessmen worked say something like and because he used that. CEO Mentality where. Well he's the big boss or if he says something that's goes. Yeah and also what are you going to run it like many times. You've been bankrupt. How many shitty business a businessman into the grunted the guard like trump steaks university? You know they say no official statement from trump except all is well because he's got one hundred grand fucker right. Don't worry about what you look for. Is My shuttle ready boys right. Yeah exactly all right. Don't go ahead and do another commercial break real quick and bill. We'll be right back. Yeah Billy to get. It's okay close. Alright y'all we'll be right back after this. Yeah I don't know man I I don't I still don't think is going to get as bad as people think but you never know have. We said they would trouble lots. We have that's why I'm saying I don't I don't WanNa see got elected. It was the whole. It'll be checks and balances it won't be. You won't get to do anything he wants to do. Your she in separate Mexican families and putting the kids in cages. He dangled let him do that. Well Yeah I don't I don't know what to go up. Well that's one thing that any happened but Nah man. This guy. I I would like to say say that that. It's not going to get as bad as we think it is. But it wasn't 'til trump was elected I realized truly how many dumb fucking people in this country man. I'm sorry Don people and and how many holes have been in the system. A lot of it has worked off off of the the money on a system and and the idea that nobody wants to be shamed and he can't be shamed everybody will back. Thank you coming back. We just haven't our political discussion. We'll this a minute but I'm GonNa tell you about trump man. It's it's in. It's not that everybody is dumb. That boats trump is just that they don't give a shit. Don't give some. Don't give a shit some a lot of people. There's a lot of reasons because everybody the problem is everybody wants to find one particular reason why people are dumb people. Asking people are racist. Up People is in our. You know how people homophobic it can be a mixture of all of you know you can check all those boxes off shit. Exactly when Martin humidity humidity point by saying he can't be shamed and that's a scary thing because trump can't be shamed so doesn't matter so upset luck you'll say whatever wants how could you say they they would show seventy one for the joke out of it. Thank you for the gift of subs right here appreciate it appreciate a gay. Get the subs. I really appreciate that man and as I said if you are if you give yourself a free subscription. Please remember to renew that now. This guy has never had the interest of the country in place in only time people. The people who actually Melda are the people who have the same self interests he does you know they don't want. Ah I don't want to hear this but because a lot of people say well it's not that simple bullshit. Any I mean it is not because there's a lot of things but a lot of people voted for trump trump because they didn't want another the White House they were scared. There's GonNa be some more color up in the White House and as we cannot let that happen again. Oh and then we'll think about the economy and then we'll think about on immigration and all that kind of bullshit but a lot of people that was another one. You know a lot about these cool. They always talk about. Oh well you know. I voted for trump for the economy. I mean that's the only thing that matters to me that means I'll give a fuck about these Mex- that's that is exactly what that means. I don't mean it don't. It's not about the economy I give I give you a lot of people suffering from from the policies that trump people who. Hey I'm not prejudiced. I don't I don't hate Mexicans but I just don't give a shit about anywhere near happens in their life. As long as it's not happening to me I can tell you man I can. I can be. I'm not a hard line party person. It means just. It's not hard to figure out what I don't like take a lot of these. Republicans have sold their souls made. It's not about me taking a party. Loyalty our our our. I was raised Democrat to stick with no man. I'll say he just like what I was saying with any kind of group. That is fucked up party right now. All part is a fucked up if you asked me but really the ones who are the worse right now people who are Publicans who follow follow follow. Donald Trump blindly. Yeah anybody who had allusion of like well the two parties are basically the same like we clearly. Now that's not the case so so many people who want to say well they're all bad. You're somebody who's a pussy ass bitch. You can't make a decision right. Yeah that's the way it is. You just can't above everything. Nihilism is easy easy because you don't have to take a stand on anything you all you do is predict negative and then nobody gets to call you on it. That's why I remember bill. Maher pissed salvage Jon Stewart Stephen Colbert when they were like we're stores sanity he was like don't act like everybody like both parties are just as crazy as the other one you know come on now wanted clearly more crazy when you you have to believe it then but it's also dangerous in her chest talking about I knew some I knew some Hispanics who happily voted for trump. Well yeah that's true. Well you know what there was a black people who turned into slaves to you know what I mean like. Don't ever use that argument exactly. Well well well. If this small group of Hispanics Hispanics like trump than I guess. He's okay yeah no no. There's all there's all kind of crazy as groups out there but trump there's there's negroes but trump's there's gays for trump there's there's AH Latinos for trump. If you ask me the fucking crazy I mean trump plays to the extreme right. which is the religious right so you get people who know that what he's doing is wrong? It goes against their beliefs but he's against abortion so that yeah it's my vote. That's your one thing this this thing. That actually doesn't -sition is against abortion. Yes yes he does not know as that he's he's never even religious and he's talking about religion you go like wait. Is this a joke. Bobble I believe. And then when he got he got draw from two Corinthians and he's read from the Gideon begins the referendum. What I'm GonNa say something here? Trump asked about Bible verses. I'm Gonna I'll tell you man you if you're evangelical all behind you if you really Iran Trump's Dick you're either fucking idiot are you. Just don't care you know you. Just you're we're not living up to. You're not living up to this to this Christian belief that you try to put out for people this image you try to put out for people. You're not you're fucking hypocrite. You fucking it. You're a hypocrite core. You wouldn't be judgmental. I'm judging you on Nash. It because that's the way it is because all you gotta do sit back and just put all this shit together. What do you have? I'll call it like it is like an opinion is like this is using you. Yes yes because if your belief is all about helping people who are in a lower status than you people people who need it and yet his belief is a man. We need to help the people who already kind of got something we we don't need to be taken on. You know using up our resource to help the less less fortunate. Then that's a direct contradiction to tell you how I admire that you said you believe there's so many verses that you can look them up I don't know I don't even clean clean the non by heart but there's about four or five different verses that talk about immigration. How you will not you will not you not abandon this alien. Are you leaders alien without help. You know you mean I'm paraphrasing badly of course but that is the word alien is using their alien liamine immigrant You would let the when they need you let them into your Lan And there's other good do unto others however you feel like Oh yeah yeah. That's another one right there Bob. Yeah that's how you feel. Yeah none of you might focus out there. Following his Book Ninety S and I'm not talking about religion agent. I'm just talking about all you people send up. You're trying to give this Christian image and yet you don't follow this shit at all in the obvious with with trump. You either the half something agenda that he's that he's actually meeting you are. You're a fucking idiot. You're a hypocrite and you are ignorant because you don't know you a sucker this well all you people that think trump is religious. You if you believe after this you believe you still believe that. He's a religious person. Then you know what like I said you either dumb aligned to yourself okay. You've been talking about how it's your favorite book and you said I think last night in Iowa some people are surprised you can say that. I'm wondering what one or two of your most favored Bible verses are. I wouldn't want to get into it because to me. That's very personal. You don't want to talk about. The Bible is very personal missile side. I want to get into into it. Means that you think about her site. The the Bible means a lot to me. But I don't WanNa get into specific. There's a snake because you're supposed to witness to other people not go like well. It's a tall I I keep that close to them. You can just see dodge. These are snake you can see Liam slithering through their shit. That's a buck fucking. I mean that's not even a good business move just about as transparent as you can be at. Ah Kin to win. Sarah Palin was asked. So what's a magazine. You read all of them. Yes all all of them was the girl's name. I don't don't WanNa get into that. Some of the personal. What's in a name rose by any other name? Okay Shit Oh yes I am talking about. I wish they had a a wish. They approached him on net. Like name one any verse. Yeah just name eighty one fucking man. Jesus wept where your kid in school. They make you say birthdays but just like Jesus wept to work with others. He couldn't go by the Ten Commandments. So he couldn't ain't no withdrawal like Fuck Shit talk boy eleven though if you can't I can't see that he's a con man. I'm sorry the reason why I really don't like this. Do not only because the human rights violations that he is done. I'm sorry if you don't listen. Don't come tell him you don't like these people all these other the people will you know these these Mexicans. They take jobs they they come over here and they and they don't do this but they murder the crime goes up with bullshit but But you know children are innocent and you can. If you can't live by your fucking Christian beliefs lease put all this shit aside Jeff for those for children. You're a fucking hypocrite. Yeah your heart. Bleeds for the fetuses and yet once the children are born. You don't give a shit that's always I love you know. And I'll tell you all these white white evangelical because there's a lot of them out while you white evangelical let bill one them bitches pregnant. Oh yeah maybe they'd be. They'd be a line outside the guy bill most back in the Bush you here thanks for hanging themselves. Get the fuck Outta here man billy those it does even worse. Oh I'm beginning to like this guy. This kid looks like I started legos to abort the mall man Chatman. You're talking about I don't I don't care I'm not going against is innings your personal beliefs on certain on religion and on politics. But I'm not trying to bring that in here because I believe I believe in equality on all beliefs as long as that an effective people but once it starts affecting people get the fuck out of here so Chad. I hope y'all not too the thinking then. I'm like tar trying to target a certain in group. I'm not trying to target Republicans. I'm not trying to target Christians but I'm targeting I'm targeting hip all all the all the domains net group and all the hypocrites in that group and all the naive naive motherfuckers herbs who are making the world a worse place and who are sitting appears I said just preaching about all I mean not only just being hypocrites about trying to put across certain image but telling you. Yeah you should do yo shit. Yeah I love that. Even the pope is like fuck this guy. I mean I'm a man of faith but God damn they just video. Today yesterday was video. We talked about this yesterday. We talked about how the pope because people try to get mad at the pope pope because he told some red is like bitch. Get off me. You see people try to Popat to apologize adjust on because he's like you know what I want to just make a call for all against all violence against women grabbed you bouncer. Yeah the pope is old reflexes. Getting right get with them shoes on a thank you make more described the twitch prime sound like A. You're the man he was trying to be cool. He actually scold them six. She grabbed here. She reached across and grabbed him and he said he pulled away. And he's like fucking grab me like looking. It initially looked at him like like she was mentally. Well Fuck you not only what is going on here. Apparently to only works one way. That is what I said yesterday. I boy your Washer show. I say that this had been the other way around. It'd be straight up assault. who wasn't if some some young Young celebrity attractive girl who went up to hug Jerry Seinfeld and say oh. Can I give you say no not. Yeah and they were giving him shit about it. And it's like math. Agendas were reversed. That that do. Who would have been crucified whose an actress it was an actress was recognized like like? He's like no no no go. Oh Jerry Seinfeld because I wouldn't somebody Filipino. Doc I'm trying to find where this I remember trying to find a way. Where where are the new store? Komo news story right here but this is from yesterday. The pope was trying to take this off. The Pope is the greeting people and see Nathan. I've said this yesterday thought he's going to do that. saintly really you know man of God should they take. The pope is obligated. Yeah because you you worked for guys you always gotta be nice fuck then guiding in here right now. I'm a man. Man is flawed. Fuck away as she notices woman Grad his message this morning morning. Pope Francis denounced violence against women treated with city. He also apologized for his response to one woman's excitement over meeting him yesterday. Take a look. The pope was greeting visitors in Saint Peter's Square with the woman. Roughly grabbed the pope's hand to pulling him toward her France. Slapped her hand away before turning from the crowd in fact ladies lip stuck out the first is well. He didn't have to hit or like that bullshit. She'd have to get the also he was trying unless he was pulling his back. She would let go find like she reached out she he stumbled. She took them both. That's a good over me while the meanwhile it's she'll give a fuck she's on some rain sit she tells him holy Moly was just happy to be able to be there. Look at this look at it man. She Yanks him across the cheek. Goes across the Berry and Yanks him over and roughly grabbed the pulling him toward her prints a slap her hand away before turning. You know you want to slap her you want to do like will Smith Fuck me. Somebody had done at the Taylor Swift's he wrote a whole album about a woman you know this is the pope is the pope is due like anybody else. That was what I was saying. Manuel like this pope. Say Some so yeah hand say some Sir you don't know me and detail oriented. I read this. I got your back. Poll details getting fired. Because he don't know who's out there right exactly. I mean we have a pope gets shot. You don't know WHO's out there. Pope is do just like anybody else. He's not travel around in the bulletproof glass. He's trying to meet the people But the people have to observe some rules of decorum and personal personal space. Yeah I told you I said yesterday I would have had secured it though has had him beat on the alley somewhere. I don't I want to see her again. I don't want anyone to see her. Mega does happen. Germany South America. I shall okay that maybe. Maybe he's from the South American ghetto like these other. Popes this. He's he's German but from South America. No last pope was during his WALEA business. Waylon that was that was that was ratzinger. That ratzinger something okay Christie's from Venezuela. Yeah he's like Shit. I used to run drugs up speaking wish that movie the two popes really good. Yeah well I'll see one. I beat the fuck out of people. Don't do this don't do that. What I'm saying fuck it I don't want I want to get to and I won't be Tom by their religion anything? But y'all the only reason why people love this fucking because he's a rock star because he really got a lot and a guy down. Go get into it. I don't know how people even support this. You know how many fucking cases of child we didn't hear from people but anyway he didn't do it but he's the face of the organization. Now hold on hold on hold on. He's doing his car thing. But I can get into but you the county I ought. They've been you talk about a little big man. I'm I'm saying I tell you what I'm going to take this. Come back and do this more review and we'll be right back after this. What are we gonNa Bring Fuck Talk? This is nine actually do grabbed hard though. I'm surprised she didn't have come back with arm. nope attached attached to it. But they know that she said it's probably his intro. Get off me I told you about this. I mean I talked about it and Oh you know what this this girl you should issue did Australia. Glint Lotion I would not be ignored. Not here we're not here's my rabbit fucking crazy. None of my job families. The cameras are co you got damaged number number. Yeah to disciple I take my gosh. She showed up go to get his three L.. Mary Ran Jackson who she was going to be. A pro new adeel just subscribed I appreciate it. Sir Thank you so much. Let me see if I can find you before you go there you go. Oh He's gone there you go I appreciate it though. See it think back now. Thank you guys for being here. I think I'm going off somebody. Nobody Roller Manifesto Open Chair. Who is this Can't really make out evil evil junior to says here let me see can go back. Pull this back down. And he says he says people act like molestation is the worst thing the church is done like Bro. Previous pope dead as head giant orgies being thrown out a window angry husband because the pope. Jesus Christ there's not true black lashes subscribe thank you okay. Thank you some black lab. Thank thank you thank you man has who who is that just gave ten thousand biddies. Thank you man that's GonNa say dollars Wish much love for International. DT Argentina. A lot of y'all from Argentina. Thank you thank you man. And that is so seventy two one man thank you so much. Yeah Mass Cricket Shit that goes on with this. I'm not disillusioned by Any kind of authority. I let me be far more on this. Let me give you a bit of advice is very simple very simple and this goes down to even the closest people you love always question everything but especially authority always question authority. Ask yourself today. Who Want to bitch? Thank you in temporary. Your hero worship Yes. Thank you for. The subscription lag is a CBA. CBS's Recu thank you for the subscription. Ask yourself today. I'm being now. You can be as religious political or whatever you WanNa be you can have people well that you worship even but ask yourself who you want to be the day. Do you want to be a follower to the point. Where you where you used? Were you making a fool a lot of because you just sit back and ask real commenting since questions are you. Is Your Life that meaningless that you just want to blindly. Follow somebody when I ask an anything. Think about them. Do you want to be like these dumb fucks giving them money to these these these these televangelists who take the money and by private jets and then full these dumb last saying well. God wanted me to have that gin and he wanted you to buy for me. Do you really WanNa be that person. Do you want to be a sucker for life. Ask yourself that if you do give me some money. You're not too. I'll tell you what I I'll tell you. I talked to guide every day. If you're that stupid if you really want your money that bad but ask yourself. You really want to be that. I had to figure out one day and I said no I do not. I don't think I could live myself like that man. I could thank you core. It was on my doing competitor. Yes we are my children. We have church on we do. What does that raise the church? Real me your book. I bet you a Chris. Harman scores multiple. We have made them report Chris or he just goes a long way to I. Guess a patient with us only until one day I was gonna say so one day got to go. Hey we're back into the review. Remind you guys about something. That's coming up. You know one of my favorite favorite animated movies of two thousand Nineteen Claus in GonNa help interview. You see it. Yeah Yeah Yeah we watch him. My brother came down and we said we also watch. Yep You ever seen I Have A. I'm mentioning this for reason. So please bear with me for no no no no no I loved it. Oh you did yeah I loved it I loved it too man. I love that movie very much. A if you'd have instant classic it is. He really is man. I could see myself watching that every every the reality season. Yeah I could see that being on my holiday list to for every year. I thought I had it here. Claus Claus Anyway. If you haven't seen Claus in Claus is really good man just put up a well. I'm talking about it. Put up the trailer while I'm managing it but I do have an announcement to make Klaus. Let me see who'd you'd think I thought I was bringing up the wrong thing but I did spell it right. Yeah have you ever seen Klaus. It's a excellent solent holiday. Finish Mr Klaus. You have a gift. You were meant for making toys so I figured if you donate your old toys all deliver them for free not about Q.. He's ripping apart uh-huh boards show of hands with his hands. Yeah if you like you like house off you like a fan of animation fan of interesting people bull especially this film. We're going to have an interview with the Director of clouds and that is going to be this. It's Thursday and I'm going to stream it now it's GonNa be early on then you can watch it late in the day Sergio PABLOS. You Mean Day After Tomorrow Thurs ten. Am Yeah we're GONNA be that an January nine ten A.. M Central Standard Time going to be interviewing Sergio Jio Pablo's and interview him so early because he is in Spain right now. Big Time Difference. Yeah he was tired of different so I really appreciate him doing this. So we'll have him on in this another Kevin King production it is it is he got that force and if you are interested in that right because you're an animation fan following up that Friday going to have an interview with somebody you don't know if you've heard of it before but she is very interesting we're going to be interviewing her in conjunction. aww somebody else down the line we're going to be talking to the guy that does does the voice for pink in the brain. He's Moi's Lamar he's No no I'm so he's he's A. He's a Pinky Pinky. Oh what's that guy's name Rob Something Rob Corbin. I believe think that's his name. Brian Paulson Pass. And that is him going to be interviewing Rob Paulsen down the line but ROB Paulsen. Didn't he did voices for animated project. That's coming up. That is the production of this directorate. Here's Sam Sawyer. Who's doing a a series called Salem and we went and talking to her on Friday at two PM output backup so you can see at two? PM We'll be streamed to so lease somebody else is two so. Please be interested animation. Just good conversation with creative people. Check out those interviews once again going to be interviewing the director of Klaus Sergio and you'll Pablo's Friday ten. AM At a street right here in studio. I'm GonNa come in the studio that morning and put them on skype when we talk to them. That's this Friday. I'm no that's last Thursday. I'm sorry Thursday. January nineteen and Friday is going to be January ninth at two PM James. jank Jesus Christ I. I'm so bad at math. I can't even get numbers right right on the screen they wait. They're looking at me. Look at me right there. God damnit Corey January ninth. Sergio Palestinia January tenth Samsung Two PM. There you go people say Rob Paulsen is a legend. Yeah Yeah Yeah well Let's interview with him coming up. I'll have that for you when we're ready right when his ROB Paulsen we've talked to Him we don't I'll have a date yet but it's coming up very soon very soon. It is scheduled to happen. So don't worry about them. It will happen all right. Let's go ahead and get into this bad move review right here disliked. Oh thank you for the call. Blue appreciate it appreciate it very much guys have been so kind to US tonight and we appreciate it. We'll see how many subscribe it gets crazy. We will we will pull back can cut off the sound but for right now. Let's go ahead and get into it now tonight. I want to keep it as a surprise to you guys because I you know ah bad movies and so many bad movies that I of course I can possibly wash them all but I do try to watch recommendations and people. Give me in our Our lovely co-host Christopher Herman Christopher juicy harming he said you know I don't know if you've ever seen this but you have to watch it. It's a movie called. How blind fury and apparently this has been full wile? It was a mainstay like on showtime. Hbo One of those even came into nine. I was so so excited to you guys about it and I'm like man I'm going to talk about this movie Blah like Mash. It bit off the fuck. We talk about that for math so tough. Look I know you say blond fewer right no hold on something else you've got to change. They said it just like that just like that just like acquiesced and I had I had to just let them get it outta system just take the abuse and I said but Martin I take the age of on. Now you've seen it but imagine how you have children you've seen the world but you never saw the eyes of your kids. So that's exactly the whole conversation. Yeah and I said more fresh is right here and I told him I said man. You think you know blonde fury you thank. You know what you saw and shoot. Don't know so much that was that was a whole different time. That was a different world back there. This movie took some whole new life today today. Okay this time it and then he flew away. I will be back to him cook so hopefully I can. I can actually show Martin a new a fresh perspective on blind fury and then he won't be angry at me for this mobile tonight to review it to make him proud and and listen a lot of you. You're young out there. You haven't seen this before this is this is new to you. And you've seen this before going crazy before I see some people out there when when you've got to start taking the man we get you guys to be reminded I I mean you're the epicenter of my life man. Sometimes I gotTA step out. This is taking a whole in life. Well you could take some off ramps and some of you. You might not even know the movie but you know you know the name in the face. Rutger Hauer Oh yeah just recently passed away so it's another day almost an honor rookie. How right here? Ah No rutger Hauer. A lot of people. A lot of young. The people might not have seen blind fury but a lot of people really have seen blade runaway. He was a bad as replicant in that classic Suffice feature Roy bad. I've seen attack tax ships on fire of shoulder. I watched CBN's glittering attack. You don't even know what you own. But that's rehearsal it turns out not only easier better cloned replicant. Whatever you WANNA call them but news also slow? He's also a bad as blind man to as you see this right here. Easier and the boys father needs needs his help. Keep them that way life this movie where you have you have rutger Hauer who turns into He's a he's been investing loses his eyesight. And thanks to circumstances. I'll let you know about a little bit turns into a cross between a Cimarron daredevil. The Devil you know what I play as movie that they just whitewashed. It knows that's completely what it is. That's when you could get away with whitewashing because is Asians in conversation. And nobody else could they put them fuck it right in the wash with a ton of whole bottle is he's playing playing an Asian Dude. I mean he's not but he does he's the type of the the loan. And the blind swordsman. Yeah and they just stole shit can and get the Whitest Dusek at five on the white is dude. I can find and let me and I it. Listen you know it's like I say he's he's a bad ass in the movie. Man is just too bad that the rest of the movie is a piece as a shit and I say that in the nicest way I say that in the most complementary way man because I loved this movie I fucking love this film. It's it's bad but you know what it's bad to the point. where the the filmmakers date? They know how to make fun still they. It was almost like the filmmakers just gave up and just they they gave up and just start laughing with you. You know they. They just they. They don't think they realized that like almost like they started serously seriously then I realized this bullshit and he would just joked themselves as as you said they just and noble Willingham. Yes you do play the up up. You know what I'll go ahead. You saw the trailer but I'll play the whole trailer for you because the whole trailer will give you everything you need to know and then I will come in and shake shit up all around now and show you because you haven't seen the whole movie the the trailer shows you a lot of good stuff. But you haven't seen the whole film a whole film has if you take the trailers fun. Do you think the trailers crazy Roese poetry for the whole movie which you will get a lot of as I tell you about my review right after the trailer. Nick Parker is quick. I guess a snake strong as full not to mention flying back nice dog. The Holy Friendly Visit AH ban. But he's timing was a little off. A young boy wants his guidance cry. I never frayed and end. The boys father needs his help. If you want to keep them that way unreasonable men in Zorro and somebody they can give me Bruce Lee off. It is his brother. I also do in lines. Fury Scenario Samurai. MOYLE IS A in movies a lot of things man. Listen let me tell you some first of all the movie stars out not explaining Shit. I mean as a crash you see them crawling around from a helicopter. A COP being a Vietnam vet and he's going to the swamp and they don't explain anything really after that as far as like the circumstances that lead to him being what he is Superhero that he is they just need a reason to just quickly make him blind and to make him a Samurai to the point. Don't even make any sense starts out when he's gone onto the swamp and he's caught by the be calm now they don't Oh kill him when they get them. They don't even torture him. They don't question him they take him in. They take him in like it's taking they could mandate and they'd taken to the they take him to the local SPA to wait until the local SPA put Alabama on his eyes a- and apparently they really like him they like him enough to where they make him an honorary then explain why they like him so much. Those playing why I chose to give him special treatment in this village thing is like I said they need a reason just to teach him to be a Samurai and two and it gets to the point with only teaching the way the village but they teach in the you know the ways of their their combat. How to work a Vietnamese SEPARA- I say what he's learned from a very tiny Vietnamese man uh-huh? Oh Oh oh oh billy wait. Just wait who but he must smell so good and apparently they never admitted he falls in love with me here. I know yeah but I really do. I love how the movie I the the ball just doesn't give a shit about Asian culture where he just puts all of it together. You know. He's learning to be a Japanese SEMRA by the Vietnamese. Right right. The fucking all Asian. I some Sushi unconquered chicken is all food. Tastes good right. You know. It'll care man but but unlike the Japanese where you know they I put you through a long a long course of training. It takes years years to be the bidding means they say hey you know what once you learn how to slice up fruit. You're good barely one. Would you slice a cadillac. Mid A mid air you graduated does seem to be one of those things. Where if you're white you get the crash course like like Tom Cruise in last summer? Yeah that is true in the killing study for years now no need for that readers pamphlet range everything you need to know. We didn't really see him killed one man. We saw him kill a piece of fruit and that was all he needed. It was an aggressive on. It was like it was almost like cantaloupe was was was terrorism village man it was almost like the Senate Samurais were fruit was coming in terrorizing a neighborhood and like Oh thank God that Kendall was going to kill us But years later he goes to the states he goes to Florida to go see an old friend the fucked up. Well you know. That's the thing is man just like any the long warrior you know the Lone Samurai first of all. They never say how he makes his money. Never say how is eaten anything. He just wondering the land. Oh well David carrying set that up and Kung Fu how he would just walk across. Awesome Erica not with no real. Well apparent that plan works because this man is closer clean by the way he's walking. Don't even have backpedal. To close his walking talkin man with the clothes on his back. Should've just wake like he. Just pull this shit up the laundry. And he's on his way to meet a friend now of course like the Lone Samurai the long war. The blind swordsman as we have here but more like the lone warrior of course man he just wants to he wants to one of the landing. Piece doesn't WANNA be bothered. Wants to be alone and he'll leave you alone that he wants to be your friend if he can you know he's got because he got some some trump. I got out of his fortune cookie knowledge for your ass. You know but you know that's not possible in the stays man. Every time he leaves people long trouble finds him and we get to see and put those skills to use first of all. He's on his way up to the white people but I got a group of Mexicans. Right here he goes into this and he goes into this diner where there's a group of Mexicans who will wait in the fuck with anybody who goes through the door first person goes through and I'm not even talking about like like you know like a trying to get your money a rob unit. They they like to pull pranks they've seen is blind. Man Come in and they put all the hot sauce Burrito so not really. I'll fuck with the and then I'll fuck okay. So does he eat needed and smile. Of course of course eason. He's way to squeeze it in squirt awesome. Man He he's training away the cantaloupe off. Yeah he he eats it as like person but he's you know but could be a little more spicy. Fuck you man they get frustrated like fuck us WanNa fuck you man and I was GonNa fuck you to retain taste good love but you have to ruin the joke. Good luck you man like I said I mean they're just waiting to anybody walked the doors when they can't get him. There's a there's a woman that walks off the show returned to rape this. Oh how big. How greatest skills we had the fight and he's a protector of and that his heart is good and so the woman walks to the door? Nate up yeah they turned out. They turned from prankster. You Frank Susan to rape is. That's that's what I looked around that motherfucker. I because he blood the PUCK. You're God damn right at this right here you can handle and being at the Mexican at this of course now. This is in Florida but he files the only a burrito place where they had the hottest hot sauce and of course there's a ton of Mexicans who love to fuck with people. Yeah in Florida that would be Cubans and they don't like us but then we went when the person goes over the wrong person is over to him and he hears he hears ears. They're fucking with this girl. He's got to do something but of course being being at the Mexicans you know they got a blade on the cars. Yeah sure that goes with your dress. I I was resist Raybird. I know he did man. You call him gay what you did. Try to fuck me little years is it does go with my not. What the one? I'm currently bitch get mad at meets insult humus. Ask them in and you just told me then not dress on you guys. That makes a homophobic joke about you. You and then of course the ass but of course you blade on turns around. We're talking all that Shit. Hold on. They will talk all this shit. See Turnaround got beat with a stick thing though is like I can't tell kind of pranksters of what kind of criminals these guys because they do the hot sauce then just fuck off but instead of like physically assaulted I just grab a person start playing. Keep Away Yeah Yeah. It's very juvenile. Also guys what are you doing and get real. And it's almost weird. He has a switchblade glady Cleans Hill. I saw like Jackie Chan. The three. I'm sorry oh it is washes Khartoum Shit right here. Yeah he's doing Asian thing to also. Hi this is funny. Of course as beat I mean barely even read. That had a broomstick missing there is taught but turns out that he's in town of the dude that was in Vietnam and his fighting. Because they do not tell you the due to the modulator with the duty He he size of the family find his wife. Who looks like she's fucking blind Faisal? I forgot her last name but he in in the husband ex husband just totally abandoned his family right here just gone got himself you find lady got a new got new young thing and chip this left in here but you know what I tell you wrong place at the wrong time always and it turns out that this family the husband went off and did some stupid and he's got some really bad people people some shady people after him and led by Noble Willingham. Who is the guy that was talking about the corn dog man? Also the guy's about to go run the ranch the city slickers. Oh yeah yeah and he gets there just in time when the bad guys show up to kidnap the family in the show the the the data they mean business. That's what I learned because a move is really goofy Gooky as this book. But that's what I learned. Just how violence this movie really is. Aw bloody rubber stuff I want I want to hand. It keeps shooting when it went down I was like even I was like God. Damn okay. They serious but but you also at this point just to see you get to see just just how bad the villains in the henchmen are because first of all either. They're really bad actors. Yeah there's some people who do some really bad death things. Oh you think. I'm exaggerating and by the way the first I do that he kills black sliced originally prior to be sliced up and a a couple of ood. Blood's sound like he says. I thought I was playing. They got some terrible actors in here man. Some terrible accident Michael Moore. He's like he was trying to hide. Take Breath director Paul Curry Pistol ought we came out after to your backhands behind here. He he got me partner in the statute and the police. They sliced up now. Speaking still go if I act like I'm dead. Maybe lead me. Look I mean. He's blind Kinsey is. He thinks he didn't even touch it. Just scared to death yet as an actor he said well. How do you react? If he's not going to cut me for real he's he's not gonNa cut you for really. Yep Tell you come on right before he comes in all my guy I don't have time is actually Forget him I do declare it up the ooh ooh. Oh these are really bad actors. Are they just dumb as fuck. Hey here's a hint of future billions and movies always and you probably need to be told us because you're smart. I'm not to do it but don't don't ever higher killers who came. Stop eating on a job especially popcorn even more you can even hear and beaten in Britain for anything hired hitmen. That's one of the the hitch killer. That is a hit man. He's got his rival laying on the shoulder. Now you've been ready for this dumb. Yeah Bill motherfucker right here in case you didn't know. He does really longer motherfucking fucking stopping to do his job. They go after their prey right. Now they're trying to find you there stopping on lunch break back fifteen shoes good man so and of course. This is so dumb as you saw in the trailer. They don't even they spend more time. Killing each other is to make them redneck. Oh yeah well you should already not like that dude. You know what to do always fighting and of course versus. You are ready to solve people on the same team. Each Other knows people liked each other. They had these to do one of them played by John. Cassidy's are nick has Nicosia's WanNa play by Nick cassavetes man. Those two don't like each other in a movie. Were already shoot each other. Who are who like each other? It's on a matter of Tom Before. These guys blow each other way shoot. Hey you gotta play slips the sound effective one to shoot. Hey now come on Bro. Aw Aw did you do that for eh movie fighting that ties position but there is one billion in here that is that is that as bad eh. Slag you couldn't have a eighties. Low rated action movie without Randall. Tex cobb that Randall takes because I've seen seemed dude his name he was in this season. A lot fucking everything. Yeah he plays slagging this man and and he's an of course he's the bad as first of all you know he's he's a bad ass because he's the one that tells all the other bills shut up part of the same damn Such no acting on the Luke. Maye stepbrother trust that. I have to open your mouth. Character wasn't even supposed to die but he was so bad that they kill his. I mean look look at this. Do anybody even saying anything. He's trying too hard part of the lake. Shut up you. I'm just saying you should make an amendment all initial it. It should knicks too big man. That's three though the three stooges rules whoever tell somebody shut up they run game. But he's the one he does work he's you know he's a leading man because he does. He does everything big. He always makes the most dramatic exits. Not Bad for life. Better Doyle the joke. The windows movie. Don't get cut Cut Up but you gotTA admire is all about getting out of there because he jumped in midst. I'm GonNa make him finish what I'm saying. The last one alive. Nobody was going to you. Bet Mayor for the frame and everything. The curtains fell apart like it too that he right he built that shit up heap heap. He built it up and if you notice they gave him a they gave him the nice the Nice in a medic angle. Too many jumped done his who. I just WanNa talk to you. I guess the last minute this month could just jump through a window. Sit assist okay. Oh he's looking around like he's trying to find where to sounds coming from. He's talking at a normal volume right there in front of it everybody else's you know what that is true like he could he could have just walked around on his mouth case it. He could've just been like disease around rocky here Richard. Pryor the figure would say they know they're not saying Shit AMMO Kunis. I can say a word I could I gotTa home inside the Union but also slag man slag slag is so evil that he gets he gets that evil ad that comes with thunder got a man. The funny thing is the billions in this this the bad guys. I liked the bad guys. Yeah Yeah I think the Ba- they make me laugh funny you know they you know they got a you know they. They got their charming. No acting got away the cool the good guys. Oh those are the ones that get on my nerves starting with the fucking kid man that kick kick that kick kills me man that kid that Cuny bring him in at the moment that they introduce him. I hate this kid. They give him the worst introduction. Induction this kid right here. The moment he comes on he's a piece of shit like he has no no respect for the handicapped at all goodbye. Hi Mr Parker see later. Mr Parker Nice to meet you nice to meet you too. Billy got played to. He owned music. Movie Did you think that that would stop him. Comedy Ham broken no fucking. He's got Osama rap. Music cannot thank you leaders mother loan. Yeah but he stuck with them because because because the white man they just they they don't give a fuck about her. They take us that sound. They take us out quick especially the shoot laser beams. Let me they take the wipe out. Quick they'll give a fuck like she got. The husband been left. Her people come after they just take out soon as possible. Yeah man they get rid of her quick sold. The kid is stuck with him because she has like dia worship like. Don't let bill de like what like you They take they take they take us out. Quick but a shocker. Yeah with a shotgun took her kidneys quick but so he stuck with this kid and he's trying to. He's trying to protect the kid. But this I mean there's a point where I swear to God like I'm GonNa let these fucking gangster Joe because the kid has no there's one thing they had no disrespect the handicapped but this little motherfucker he takes. He takes measure in the pain of the handicapped. uh-huh oh man. British Rotor Ashreef lows should look at them sound like salacious chrome Lil as bitch wjr and then in this starts playing pranks on on my man right here like he knows he's looking at laughing at him. Disrespect them in any picks up a rock picks up. Say You want some Candy Candy and I knew there was a nice little boy Sidoti. He's looking at me like I broke. Not This is this. If this is right after he fails is crazy ratty fell he got up and he found when he went to go have a rock in the dirt. And just say fuck with the do some more immediately Lulu Evil Fuck right here look at them. Evil mother bugging rock as he was helping. Make them think I like him stuck doc Williams and it got to a point where even rooker how is say you know what I will kill yet but I got to hurt him. Got Her to let them know to let them know how I stand in with him Between the even the rock right right exactly. How does the kid mellow out? Is there more fun to be had with Bill Silence. 'cause he learned his lesson as a kid learn his lesson. That's a good one. Mar Killer lesson. Tell you what let's go ahead and all these questions the right after these messages after this message right here I told you manage this insane. Little bastard you would give a policeman. He put it the rock as he was helping a little bit start. I've forgotten this movie but it's all coming back to me now. Hey Chad how are you feeling about this. I join yourselves. Do you like these bad reviews. Go an answer is right now. We got to chat up. I'd like to hear what you have to say. Why the commercials plan if you do like these bad reviews we're GONNA do more on our website W. dot com over there? We still have the site we have an archive over there. And we would like you to join us and more of these than like the time by years man loving it loving it man. The face of the kids. Well he did. Yeah man loving it so thank you thank you thank you for that. You know we're here to please and you know what you love it. I Love I love rediscovering. He's almost like it's the Chad Chat. Already putting up these kids. Are they kidding. They're all right. We'll get back into it. Let's see here please. People saying yeah more more. Hey welcome welcome back everybody. We'll do more of your loving it. Yes this is good thank you thank you thank you show seventy one for another one thousand one thousand is one thousand one thousand bits right there. Thank you so much all right. Let's let's get back into you are slack. He's he's in raising Arizona. Oh that's right. That is him lowest easing a lot lower things but I was like I know it was one big movie that he was in for thirty three birdies in that is he the last time we were talking about the movie. America Kahar Blind Fury as you will. He was not getting along with the kids. They were gonNA reach the point here to shoot this kid here. Yeah of course. That's why he has a photo of clear braces. Mama was going to say. Thank you for the five bits. It's edgy beserk. Thank you so much. Do they actually start to get along because he learned his lesson do they do they do they mel out the kid. Well the answer is yes in probably a little bit too much now. This is something you probably don't remember. There's a point where they As the kid starts to mellow out they start to get closer. He sees the a blind fury rutgers. Rutger Hauer is protected now in his stars even calling them up his uncle oncle. Yeah and that bond forms fast forms hard and probably forms a little a too much man. It's there's season here was like in context. And I'm not even editing things out to look like this there's parts and he was like man y'all meaning for this seemed like a romantic relationship it starts at first with some things you like all right. This is just a little sexual childish joke that I'm making up in my head right now. Slide slides but I mean hey listen you come. Each child is but Chelsea though. Oh Oh here rolled he said on his bomb slide. Your but in. Oh yeah but but then. Hey Listen I'm GonNa let me tell you Bama the best friend. Oh Yeah but okay you can let that slot all right you know what they mean and might have come by a little wrong but look man so could be childish about it but listen this relationship gets. It's a little too close bear. It does feel like this at any moment. They're about to start kissing and making out man they get just a little bit too close. You know what's in those movies where People WanNa Kiss. But they don't his shoe S. Exactly what's happening. Everybody leaves me down the mark. Hey maybe that was a one shot thing right there and also the bad eighty are. There doesn't help either. Don't believe maybe maybe that was one thing we can we can. We can We can let this slot but no. This is a budding romantic relationship here. Very very fun favor gives like you did what you put me Kabul about. Call the police as far as bad you know not again. I'm just telling you you call me with them. Usually I see whatever I want to see it. I do see it. Crime or like Yeah at the breaking up bringing up two feet. Hey they said I thought was just acting childish. No y'all see their shipment. This is look at this this this this the this could be a still out of a fucking got fifty shades of grey. Sit right here ed here rubbing named eskimo kissing man rubbing noses. It is weird fucking weird. Yeah the director wanted this. He's all right take on it got it got actually touch lips. You mean kiss no no no but I mean so. Do you feel if the wages you get in the moment to kiss him no. I don't make a gross. Make real natural friendly like a a guy in his boyfriend. Shoot these rehearsals. Who's just now? This is a point to talk about how violent the movie is but really man is violent as it tries to be is really hard to look at this and take the vital sears. There's no blue thank. You could get themselves out there there. There's no blood at all. The Vampires was coming into this and drinking this town dry because he goes through when he slicing all kinds of people. People a drought once Splat a grip of music video. I mean it gets to a point where the room. The room is littered with dead bodies buddies that he sliced up buddies that he he cut up. Cut a mother bugs nuts gut it somebody somebody growing the sternum no guts though but blade holly dirty. This hardly any blood on that now washes me pull out no blood at all munition. He should be slipping and sliding plasma right now. Well you know it's like those first couple of X.. Men Movies with Wolverine Slice Blood a PG thirteen movie man. Yeah he sliced he got in a Mug like a fish. It ain't no guts on the floor at all. Does drabber plenty of blood on this crazy thing is bleeding. Is this little talk slumber party. No blood anyone lay on the ground they may have to watch the exorcist and the point where they even give up man they give up on trying to be that. There's no blood moves goofy so they just embrace it Kinda start out a little bit serious but then he just started they start They start becoming just a silly film man in fact the movie some at some points first of all the movie feels like it's not even just a comedy because it feels like a comedy sometime like there's points they have straight up straight up jokes folks from TV. Show I Fratelli. They said it was going for gun. Control did the guys or the actors who is that he always plays back on on the the they said gun control on I. He's he's in a groundhog day. It Rick Overton the community the God. Yeah he's in but he's in like like he plays the Hispanic a straight laced person. All the time is that his name Rick over to I could be no but anyway I just recognize him so fuck but sometimes sometimes it's come just turns the two Sometimes it turns the straight up into a kids movie two moments where they they're home home alone. They have a lot of home moments in this film. The it was pretty. He's Kevin from home alone man. Laughing at these criminals can not scared at. Aw Man that's too and like I said just give up. They know what it is so now that they know that there's a comedy it's even a kids film. They just don't give a shit about `bout they don't give a shit about physics they'll give a shit about the law. They got the craziest car chasing here. Imagine this is the middle all of the day. The car's steering into ongoing traffic driven by blind man being chased by gangsters shooting at let them know. How does he by the way he loves it? He's loving it. He's he's a good guy he's loving this he's loving this to the To the point makes a joke about it. Well I guess I should go get my driver's license. It never stops with the dumb shit in only gets better near the end of the movie. The that's when they pull out all the stops they pull out every piece of sit cliche. They pull out every piece of Shit goofy moment of the movie. This move is even influential some people. The ending is amazing man because because to show you how authentic his skills are you probably know him going with this. I 'cause when I'm remembering now as I was excited about this movie at the read about it coming out and then saw the showtime was showing. Show it's coming on. I thought was going to be a theater. Yeah and then sitting there watching it all pumped up and then I serve watching this shit. I think I've turned it off before it got saying. Okay so oh ooh you should have stayed stay for the end because first of all like I said to show you how authentic his skills are they have to have him fight right some random Asian do that. You never saw the movie that they pull out of nowhere. The like he's the he's hired by. He's hired by the bottle about noblewoman. He talked about the main bad guy to be the video game bus. That you gotta fight at the end and keep in mind. This is nine hundred and nine back when every Asian in a movie came with the ongoing sound effect for Apple. y'All go through fruits. The village is enough for me but the she gets offensive to Not only has this man. He's more of who gets even more than that. Not only has this man co-opted Asian culture. But he says he's now he's a Samurai. He knows more about Asian people than they do. He can tell what Asian you are by. I just login. You'll face the Japanese shit just fucking that is go mark. God don't give a fuck home. I can tell by the how how your skull slopes with. Oh I could tell by Your Lips. Filipino knows but well I'll tell you no matter how bad this movie gets no matter how dumb this movie Mason. No matter how. -fensive it is. It has influenced movies worse than this is the final death scene in the movie is amazing. The final death scene in this movie is so incredible that George Lucas Lucas was watching this. And he says I've got to use that in my next film Eight then I didn't make the I know you think I'm playing y'all know who died like that in star wars sources talking to say except for. Apparently they went to Dick Tracy land where he found those Alfa whatever that was the mountain so drawn. Oh Oh my God that was horrible on a big has green screen Greece cream and that was a draw and there's man love windows man to a spa. It was still moving around the outside of the grass. He he turned to the room. You're right because that means that the whatever building there in but up against the edge of the mountain right. Yeah Yeah I mean what. Are you trying to physics. He was propelled out of that window. Feet up in the air. You'll get that from a cut. It was done by this Sushi. Chef humans the sides. You see what is going on thirty. I know my God yeah man and of course I'm not going to pull in the Indian for you. I would just say that ball is is this for. I would just say that there's a there's another homoerotic mon between him and the kid he wants to go ole yeller moment saying Mommy Essay don't go and and he's like no I gotta go because there's other ventures out there waiting for me. He hit the road and they show. They like kung-fu. Do you know he just starts to walk the Earth David Banner David Banner Backpack. David bed with the backpack is his. His teammates. Said is the L. PEP to complete with a keyboard saxophone Critics in December. I will write. It might as well man in the Bahamas. May that's what he's going. Yeah yeah some some things worth mentioning right here real quick the husband the husband is played by -Tario Quin one. One I tell you that left the family. Oh Yeah Terry exactly John. Yeah because he's younger and once you meet them he's even worse like he found out that he left the family and by the way nothing happens to him he actually gets to leave safe. Wipe is dead kids traumatized but he leaves safe with his new chip is little tiffy. Ed The kid and you learn and he's also a fucking coward like he left. The reason why rookie how was blind is because he was a rookie. I was fighting up a bunch of Viet con in this asshole leftist. He's trying to apologize for late in the movie I tried to I continue my life changed and fucking blind. He's been looking as he got older. He actually did. He did man and and there's just so many funny things in here man too much to go through but they got. I love it in the movie. How you have the fat black version of a pulp fiction here? You actually have a fed shoes geared to jerry freeze on these laws awesome. Yeah basically over say a black fat pick pulp fiction going on good fixing much if it's eighty nine that's pre pulp fiction. Yes no but I'm saying I. Yeah maybe Quintin nineteen us. He probably saw this just making thinner. which maybe he was jacking off to this movie? The people the movie is blind. Fury My love this bill a love this movie man even line you know I love bad bad films. I love old bad films man because they just they just don't make bad movies like they use Tamar. That's true and I love this film film in One thousand nine hundred nine came out. You can rent this on Youtube I don't know if it's streaming anywhere else. I didn't have a chance to look but a listen. This is a great buick partying. I'm thinking about actually having a party because the best thing about is that it's only an hour twenty six minutes man not long at all Breeze through this today. It's a lot of fun a lot of fun so we might have a drunk. Party are a Buick Party with this one day and I'd love to have you with demand chat a little fun now. Yeah Yeah but we have to watch it. Yeah Yeah Yeah. There's a guy you're talking about. Martin is Rick Overton. Yeah he was in Mrs Doubtfire. This was fun. Thank thank you thank you Appreciate that man check email sent you a drawing okay. I would do that. I will do that. This movie. Is Life Rick Overseas to be a stand. End Up on this show Make me laugh. And he's my favorite run media. Nice guys you have any other movie. I love this show. Hey We'd love you man. Thank you so much. Thank you who settled show. That was jake. Luther Jake Luther thank you man and listen. We are ready to be taken some some recommendations for bad movies so far we've done and warriors of virtue. We've done Theodore rex which I love now. We've done this right here. Love it love it. We have some more. We're going to do some of those bad movies. You will see on double toast dot com. That is our website where we keep all of our stuff archived. If you'd like to go there and join just to help us keep archives. 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Let me see here let me go to do you check. We see what you got to say. What moves you have up there another cannon film movie? Yeah they got a lot of them. KAZAM PEOPLE WANNA see Kazan. All right. He puts his eyes. Miss been getting filled. Because Amb in there we'll see right. Yeah welcome back baby boy. We're just asking the chatroom some movies they'd like to see baby boy boy all about Kazan. We'll do it semi still because isn't netware What's the name is Jeannie? Also too and Judd No. We already did Theodore Rex already already. Theodore Rex. I don't think that'd be cool to go and do it again. The magic it's gone cool as ice. I don't know if I it would not the room. I mean not that. That's bearing Daesh with the room that's been done has been done. The death in speaks for itself people still American Ninja American Ninja. One of those came out. That's what I'm talking about. Simon says with a Dana kirks in any Dankuk who ride of. What's the name of no no no? That's Dennis Rodman. Yeah Garbage Pail kids that is on the list here man no way now. It's one of those ones that's bad but it's it's not fun bad. Yeah yeah splits right goofy and it's cheap is cheap. Yeah I can see the thing about that. Was that was when Robert towns was riding high and everybody this potential and he got everybody in that field cosby and he got done. She'll in it Luther Vandross vandross it would know that luther to one inlet healthy even had any lie on the Hitman war on a gun I love this you know what. Take a poll. One day to we'll take a poll to see which one the next one will be as funny. We did a poll last night. Meal was there is one of the reason. Why haven't me around? 'cause she's fucking evil she she last night and the last night we were so this is what we did here. And I'm and I'm proud of you guys you guys. Do you believe in humanity. They did so last night we were talking about this dude from Chick-fil-a we took a poll on it so with this guy from chick-fil-a to with that was making the news we do it for the foolishness and I just wanted to some Nice 'cause you know foolish it can it can be. It can be mean spirited. It can it. It could be negative. Depend on how you look at it because people doing something stupid. A mean there's a crime going on so we I thought you know what let's talk about some good. That's that people are doing to bring joy to people's Day core. Hello welcome everyone. How are you all doing great? It is well if you've gone through the drive through at chick fillet on only. Enter drive in Wilmington Combo with the media fried. You probably already know Jeremiah. Mural Sanchez was too. Is that okay. That is so awesome. Take your lunch order ahead. But it's the way he does it. That has caught the attention of thousands of frequent customers saw Jeremiah working posted a video on facebook of him taking her order. Your wants from an awesome lunch meal via pleasure serving you enter directly after two more things that is excellent each. You guys are awesome wanting to look at that and we were like other nice man. You know he's really making people's day she was like no. He's trying to work to get popular. He's trying to get on the Ellen show. He has an English trying to get intimate basis. Something he must be stopped take. We're going full of Shit. Yeah he's not being nice is it. TJ Now we would like what are you saying nothing negative in this guy's being cooled as a matter of fact even the chick-fil-a over by close to where I live. I remember going there because my kids want food there. And that's how the people standing out there were like sure. Matter of fact you win was was done I was like that was Kinda creepy. Data was nice. I was like Nah us. I mean I get being friendly but that like Oh it's my pleasure pleasure to stand out here. Yeah this this okay. Well I guess you and me on the same team. I don't think he tells them you. GotTa do you think they drug in the compulsory. Well he's a something run across a guy like that that's like you know what if I gotTa do this going. Full had these jobs and they got all attitude. You don't Mind Shit you won't do fucking job of a certain fast plays on breaking. I'm wondering three man you'd be signatory like what the fuck do you invest in a white neighborhood. I'll tell you I've been a TACO Cabana plan. Tires eight just looked at me and I'd like to say hello. I take your order. Anything something but she look like Houston every fucking way Win attitude attitude this TJ said. Don't you just you'd be surprised. How just a kind? Don't worry can make someone's danger now. Look at him and his fucking bow tie is it. Has I think he is. That's the youthful initially were saying. Nah I don't trust him like damn it's not like a poll that was like because also odds is like trying to get some just took a poll. I was like New York and New York set there. She said you notice something different. We're talking to you. Hillbilly Texas gets me while these big city quotes so he's trying to use Solis. Don't give a shit about anybody but yourself. Says he seemed like like like the untouchables babycare. I'm just GonNa step and he's like no not today next an Drinking that too. So uh-huh thing there isn't it is trying to get at least two motor quickly and expeditiously free and efficiently. Everybody Wins Right. Yeah good job off. CEO Creepy as lead. Gene Coleman the evil. Yeah Man Yeah we so what we did was we. You know probably not we took a poll and said is is is this guy really. A nice is guys are full shit and running game and everybody seventy seven percent of people at this. He's a genuinely Nice Guy. I was so scared that I would lose faith in humanity that night. And y'all not as cynical as I thought you were. You're good people. Good people out there. If I do the astles make the most knows. You're almost done two more things and usually why people like a little bit over there while are you in your car. I don't actually work. Yeah whoops uniform I Enjoy your meal. The IPAD trace me. Thank you guys. I want to say again that for all you guys have given given to us. Tonight are subscribed who the most generous person at the month. I want to send you something so I'm going to be doing it every wall because I want you to know that we do appreciate what you do for us over here and we got goals. Be Making a graphic for the trying to get to fifteen hundred gonNA play the weird game of your choice. But two hundred subs two thousand five hundred we hope to get to by. They May We get to that eight hour stream and if by some miracle we get to five thousand subs than we do at twenty five stream a all right Real Quick GonNa get on Outta here pretty soon but real quick. I should do a quick break. And then we'll come back and we'll get into Nick Manashe doppler gang right after this. Oh two things they they. They hesitated it. Just please. Don't take my kids to start my baby You'll get your sandwich. Jesus Oh shit thank you. They all the watches to base bastet. We'll be watching to to see and we're back up this way and book loans back everybody fighting. Let's see we get more you enter chicken crispy. Goodness yeah it's probably get the fuck away from my car. Just be a win the GO-TO bucy's got you out here doing this. I want to thank all the people who follow into thanks. Thanks so much thank you thank you trying to get to ten thousand substrate assume that is a possibility to seven thousand. Should very soon thank you guys are right talk about girl Nikolas real quick home. Oh wait a minute oh well let's see here. Yeah so let me see. I'm pulling you guys up here so eh. One of the worst things about being a celebrity. I feel you beyond all this. The Paranoia not have any privacy need fear in a scandal one day lawsuits people just judging you. They don't even know you. All that is bad all of that is terrible but I think thank is the worst day of people's lives when they finally get that wax liberty figure themselves the day it is the dead they make a wax bigger view Campbell this hour. Oh My god Jesus. They got overlooking stitcher. The street right Look Jesus that does Jennifer because he did Cambio Brio God damn. It's my weight. WHO's that in? The middle of the second row is that Miley Cyrus is my thought was Moser the Hobbit us what that is. That's Jack Black or some you know looking at all this crazy man. Today they make a wax big of you. That's it's a day you have to go in and just look at an ugly version of yourself. It makes you feel with me. I won't be surprised to make you self conscious you'll see me I'll that's how I look. That's how Oh you think I look I would destroy. It's like you know at at worse is like giving you accomplish because you think and that's how somebody sees you at at best is like having a mutant twin brother Brad. Pitt's is good because it looks like Kim when he was young barely juices good too as all right but they cannot get Jennifer Lopez. Finale took several tries Alabama one. Now you're not the one Jesus you know I will say. This is the one time that they took what who does the voice of the bird in in the old lion king original Lion King Rowan Atkinson. This is the this. Is the one talk that the actually would've figured they made him more handsome ow. That's ooh true because dummy it looks like like Danny Kaye. Looks like they actually made the people look exactly like they did and input. Those big is in the sun. Let's there should melt a little bit lately got it. I got it just right and left I forgot to turn. ACS somebody like somebody took him the sun magnifying glass faces and just fuck them out. Jesus I mean it's God Eh. It's like that dude off a law and order. Yeah but what's his name Benjamin Bryant No the other guy she she got dudes. I'm here on order. She'll do that works for the Mafia me system. Jesus Christ I mean look at the somebody said ice. T look the fuck as bad Christie. That's it thank you chet. She looks like Christopher Maloney raises. Aw Jesus are lies. T Day of wall do the while. Oh Wow that's not no checkout prince. Oh no I'll go check this one that'll be below like a west bigger. That looks like a bad birthday cake. You yeah that one of the right does not look at all. You know these awful man God damn that way. It's like you've got to turn into a Werewolf. Some that's so bad. Jesus I wouldn't even looking at that one. The one look look like a goddamn reach. Look it looks like Madam. That was like a punch and Judy Dolly right there. Oh Jesus sometimes these these. These wax museums there chamber of Horse. Yeah it's good to not get too famous. No that's the worst liberties life when they turn to a wax figure of those hail nine going to walk at horrify. My parents told me when I was like twelve. I'm not going I know Goddamn. He's leaving all these strategies in there. I got a phobia this shit. I'm scared I'm going to it's coming. Get caught in their locked up and it'll stay come to life. I've heard or it to me. Some stories short stories where the WAX figures were actually people that they just. It turned into fuck that now. It's it's it's horrifying. It's dark in there to you and US walking down. They have to keep a dog. So you can't see how bad the only one that got right here was Meryl Streep that's not that's not a bad expression Brixton face but because you shot it damn good job but yeah man. Wax Figures are horrifying are at confusing. especially if you're the subject year mashing make you want to live a normal landing not want to be famous not need all need to make me more younger. Yeah fucking myself. Make a mutant twin brother me but that day finally happened for Nikki Manashe. She got her wax wax. Figure in the figure was revealed at Madame Trudeau's Tucson Tucson Metro Madame Souls and the the fund result. Is this right here. And who is exactly what people like okay. Where's she because right now? Let's Z.. Is a Asia woman's on on a on a black body at B. C.. Nicki Menaj. Wait a minute the house of freaks. What the fuck is this just somebody else? Yeah it's like you went to a strip club and girl came out and dance is to an demonised song and then took a picture of it. It looks like they they look like me man is right this. They chopped off Nick Monagas here while she was working getting a rectal exam and it was replaced with an Asian woman head and they replaced it with Asian woman that it looked like somebody from Goddamn Malaysia. Something Yeah it's like that's all you know what it looks like. It actually looks like just small sister a little bit just a little bit. Don't look like Nick and Manashe. Oh not so much that you just showed but just as small as in other things that does look more and more like her yeah. It's an injury in fact you know what I would just take Nicki Menaj his name up of whatever journey smart. He's just replace it with any such thing is not like it's terrible it looks human. It does look humid. Just doesn't look like her right not at all even a little bit. The fuck is This I mean did it. Well she probably thought like you know what fun stopping ahead ahead for. You start having some goddamn monstrosities over here. You know five five. We'll take it. We'll take he's been gone gotten creek before you look like one of these creatures over here. Spies is fine. Don't do anymore to stop right. There is good loyd what can just tweak. No no no no no no take cheeks if I could just give them a little bit. No no because I can tell you what it is. You look at Nikki Moniz. They they made a head to narrow. Did that's what it is they are. They were almost there not enough like another word. The smaller more heart shaped face with a small chain and yeah pronounced. Cheekbones is not that any of that or is aren't that that's the things they did. The whole face is not hers they got it by looking good now. What about the face? Yeah and look we we got some spearheads back right. I didn't tell you I'm not good at face to face the time with that body spent about two days on that ass yup right near eastern about two days and it's been about twelve hours on well all GonNa look at the ass anymore. I'll bet you pull them. At a time. Correct they went all over new crevices. What happened you were on late night? I got drunk fell asleep. Do Right now. Oh Shit hey the Polynesian with him so dark people a sudden. She's just as smart as kids. They'll never know the difference. Ain't nobody looking at fucking face anyway. Seen that face people at the top people. Well you got it man position it this way it was just the ants out may turn it around for the Goddamn Yeah. That's that's a fucking Chinese woman. menards dramatic. But I know this might be a horror movie. They actually cut the head off and actual Chinese on. That'd be fun. That was a horror movie. Do like he was on the deadline. Get some the people of this man buddies a realistic but that hit is amazing. You WanNA help shopping up and give me all. That hit. His talk to the head is coded Resin Right now. Actually human yeah man. Wow boss would agree joe. That's a bleeding duct tape impose -tainer covered fucking uh-huh post every situation the book they L. would notice either because screams going creepy. fucking factory regaining satellite. They yell at at all right. Hey pitch take it from you. You see this on the body right. We'll take a quick break and then we'll be right back after this. Oh Jesus man they made a new one let me see. Oh did what the fuck that spider man her it was from beg where people or. She's even looks worse right there. She was more Asian. Who say look at that? You see it like. They've just made her they. They just made her less Asian. Pretend to fuck it. Yeah I used to be skewed Rodney. Do do riding it you know. He's trying to put in work behind it working on it leaving his face looking. Oh you working on trying to put in work. It was inevitable clearly in that position. Of course you know. It's probably fingerprints all over the clothes rack so leaving an impression. Hey everybody how you doing how you they like. Put Electric Shocks initiative the pilot the smoking caution signs doing at worst. She likes me. Emotional damage gophers right there other. It was a terrible expert. Sir Bernard has opposed to start a blog on here is good wax figures chat chat about three years and do not touch the ass. Tell me what to do. Yeah all I wanted to. WHOA daddy joke with Batman the smoking ally tonight who smoke out of Dick Oh what a woman shoot. Let me see. Put your socks on this shit. Fuck that Nigga. They're going to be looking like this. Dale let it go man. Hey man soon the only yeah. Yeah I think he's done just sitting around waiting on they turn south takes the first Jolie's get into power getting just a bunch of a bunch of charred corpses style. Yeah all right. Oh Shit I want to check the emails for drawing that they did. So let's go into a look When you're at I'm still trying to get that trip together for the love but love trying to get that from March or go to La and go see this with the all? I'll start putting some a serious planning on and I'm having forgotten about New York. I'm in talks to see if I can get certain things done for that. New York's live show. That will be doing one so stay tuned for that. Let me see here drawing. WHO's drawn Tim? Oh there it is. Oh this is nice. I like the style I I don't know what this this is a representing but I like the style though Corman is represented Dobie like Martin. Say I I just got. Oh Oh he's still talking about on Sunday. Yeah we read an email. Hey cows wondering what that was due to send an email. We talked about nothing. About how a great Dobie theater was we gotTA fucking question Marley. Did you just get paid very nice. Man Love It. Love your style. Dial yes good very good like that like that. A Lot Let me see here. Brennan mcmurray has question. Let me see if I can actually pull this up. 'cause I can't see shit on his mcmuffin Brandon mcmurray. Hey first first off happy new year's a new decade. I really enjoyed your top ten movies. It was pleasantly surprised. But some of your picks especially Martin with the last black men in San Francisco at number one Ryan Johnson picked at Edison's favorite movie as well. So look at their Marnie. And Ron Johnson. Yes something man you have something in common with the men of fucked up Star Wars. I I would not label him as that no no. He was ninety nine. Actually I really I think Ron Johnson was trying to do something. Yeah exactly let's see. Let's don't like the movie but I'm sure you noticed. How many moves from last year? Were about the class. Divide and even some anti-capitalist movies like US ready or not joker in parasite parasite the UCLA is the train continuing. If art reflects the climate that we're living in what other issues expectancy reflecting on film and the next year Amore probably religion I would say religion not again because I am because you know because I'm not religious. Listen this is not me trying to put my agenda head of Anything else but I just think that with the whole evangelical thing and if that's if that continues to be something that helps to push trump further pushing further into success getting into the White House this next turn then. I think you should stay in the White House really yell. Yes stand in the White House. And if the if the Evangelical played big thing in that I think you might possibly. I don't know I'm just taking a guess. There might be some allegories about the hypocrisy behind that and again the the the people people who represent represent themselves one thing in the actions speak for another. That's a that that that that certainly could be. It's funny about the class. Divide thing because we didn't have that for so long. It was so many movies were or at least the general consciousness was hey. I'm not rich rich. People and I could be rich one day and now we finally starting to drop globally. That everybody's going wait. No I can't take this is rigged against me. I don't have a chance. Not only is it like man. I how man. I'M NOT GONNA be rich. You know what fuck you. Yeah I don't want you to be rich. I see what you guys are up to. I think a lot's going on what's going to finally shake down with this conflict with Iran. Right now you think some. That'll be a big. You know what I guess. The war's always play a big part of everybody's talking about two wars always played big part of of culture. I mean I'm thinking back to even when the Gulf War was going on and yeah and You know when invasion of our people say was is the essay invasion. People say it was the the. What do you call it? Ration- The deliberations but remember move the three kings an instant movies influence in that today. A what was the movie about. Cheney Vice Vice President. Yeah so what about you. What do you think no? I agree with both the this is that I mean I at the movies of class systems. Where like people would have the jobs what also hitting the films that had had these things that never be able to afford always had these huge penthouse apartments ends? Elliot's cars and it's like aren't you like a reporter or yeah and they wouldn't explain that and I've been I've been sick of that for decades. It's and I'm glad it's slowly something people talk sure. Yeah because it is something that needs to be talked about wolf no because the same reason that people get pissed off about you know you can be rich and so but you have this if this job no no. You can't always bothered me when you see somebody in a film what happened okay. I'll be on the first flight there. You can afford the first right right. 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445  Blade Runner  Part 2

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445 Blade Runner Part 2

"Fusion patrol is a listener supported. PODCAST find out how you can help support us at Patriotair dot com slash fusion patrol. This is the fusion. Petrova awed cast each week. We look at a different science fiction TV episode or movie and over analyze it to within an inch of its life and welcome to the discussion. Hello and welcome to another episode of fusion. You should patrol. I'm Eugene and tonight my co host Simon and I will be continuing our two part discussion on the classic Ridley. Scott Film Blade runner the four year lifespan. I think I'm getting this pretty. It sure I'm getting this from the watch. The main version that they that tyrel says basically they start to develop some emotional instability and so they built tinny for your lifespan. But would I be right in interpreting that as a not marketing speak but Double speak for they develop a conscience. They develop actual morality because that seems to be a sort of what's happening with them media they are on a quite a murderous spree. And that's is not good but Roy knows I've done things of questionable morality. He knows he feels the loss. He feels through the Grad of his of his friends. He has the wherewithal to be questioning. Whether decker is a good man I mean mean decorative decker is doing basically the same job he did at a different level. We don't know what they were fighting against whether it's other colonists are space aliens but they were military troops. That's your job is to go kill people. Decades job is to go kill people and supposedly the military's. He's good bright supposedly. The police are good in the execution of their job. He can question that Yes yes part of that's part of setting in the in the NFL. KNAW that you can establish certain and things about you know the being morally grey areas in the way that people behave and they begin. You'll character what no I I mean. I mean the the police are not necessarily good and your in fact. no-one is wholly good and the best best that you can hope for is questioning these things from an entirely agree with you fr because from a marketing perspective. What tyrel is selling these things thanks for is to do a job right and a specific job so they compliance is it basic functionality and as soon as they stop questioning things they going to stop becoming noncompliant because because that not simply obeying orders but then that is clearly parallel to gang on elsewhere? In the sense that decade this is rather than behaving like a good loyal and `obedient later on here starting to question thing. So you start you start off you start off by establishing this idea that you you create these. These replicates for a very specific Vic Pepsi's where they are they'll a bulletin sold now owned depth that manufactured in created with finite like Spanish these case in order to do some job in order to be a seven to work in mind or whatever it is they're doing some job and then baton. You explore the fact that they Empathetic degree where and self conscious to a degree where they are starting wanting to ask questions. Ask More questions and question their own actions and other people's actions and so forth but of course if you recognize recognized that then you have to recognize the situations that we are all in where we are put in positions where We all that to do a job. Essentially being bought and sold and and so on and what we are all doing is developing conscience and that when when when you get to the point of that being a sort of sufficient level of house we put insurrection than people's life spans start be shortened. Do the replicates. No they'll fail void comp up test I assume wants to the next six replicant to up Rachel right. We'll we'll never Rachel ripken's would fail point camp test. I think the the red she works at Tyrel door so oh she works at tyrod coke so she knows all about that I would I would imagine their reputations out a will out on the the outs wells. Who Don't even know what can in protest is? I would imagine the the next six is because of the situation. They're in they know that being hunted they know presumably some of the ways in which they will be tested by those hunters they might be. They might be aware that they would finalize his tests. I mean I say that. Not Not because they have insufficient knowledge about those tests I'm presuming. They do have sufficient knowledge about those tests. But it's it's it it simply comes much more down to a question of your own self belief because we're not talking about perfectly rational machines eh if they if they have empty and they have emotions like humans they presumably also suffer from some of our failings such as yourself competence. Listen you may think Oh. Yeah we'll be able to avoid chemtex because I'm brilliant okay. What is the advantage this? This is another of those universe questions. What is the advantage of building a replicant with false memories like Rachel and and and what does she? We have a four year lifespan. Yes she does she does well no well they don't say don't say they specifically don't say they get in the theatrical release she that does. I think you'd acknowledge the heavy implication. She does right because he at. Let's see she's A. She's a next generation. The next six have been kind of most advanced ones. They have a four year limited life span Rachel being a next generation in writing fashion. Baby she has a slight life span. But it's still going to be essentially severely limited. You also have that final final line from Gaffe. Get the exact yeah. How long have something like that? But then how long she won't live but yeah something nothing like that is too too bad. She don't last it's too bad she didn't ask but who does that. Who is so the WHO does is likely? I'm big in the theatrical version. The added invoice ever says something dark like but it turned out that she she didn't say that was a jolly good and I really think I yes. Yes really see now. That's not in the that's not in the deleted stuff which it has all the narration. The okay so you know it is there in the nation over the deleted happy ending bit but and and then the question of what you discover from to seek sale thing about But but I think there is. I think there is definitely a strong hint that she does have the limited life span. I I think the question is why ask the question is again. We don't know tyrel is lying. But after four years because they don't have the emotional framework they begin developing their own emotions and they become unstable which is his word for marketing. Speak for they get a conscience conscience and they rebel against their oppressors now but they're trying to defeat that by giving them a lifetime of memories and framework so so would they then break down in the same way if they went on through their life and never knew that they were a replicant. And if if that were true that would you give it an shortened lifespan. Or would you surly inoculated without one last ambiguous. Not isn't it. I mean they're I mean they're aiming for something they don't know whether they have achieved. Do you take the risk of removing the the limited life spam blade runners. They could just shoot it down ice but again. What is the purpose of doing that? I mean yes okay is keep is it to keep them subservient slaves longer because they don't go well stable because they've got a stable life or is there something else to it. Will last one obvious they I think I I think they're they're innumerable potential uses. I mean it's one of those things waiting you'd be doing that research and development anyway because because the there are there are also possibilities if because you could couldn't make half kind of their their applications nations in in all all sorts of industries and also in espionage sleeper agent. You you could do almost anything with someone who didn't know they were replicant particularly zooming that you could change their programming midstream. Well not necessarily midstream. But he said if you had some sort of subconscious level of guidance. Yeah I mean I I don't know but it but to me it. It seems like it's it's like is Silicon Valley startups doing technological research and development on things things that have no applications at the time when they're doing the deep they're doing it because they can and because it's unquestionable Bulla. Applications will come along whether they come along in the right way the right time for them to actually monetize them that determines whether the company Johny sinks or swims but suddenly if they if they don't do that they will get left behind by the companies. Do so I I I don't it. It didn't raise any kind of question off me. They would be exploring those things and just seeing where the possibilities are seeing the effects. It's all seeing if it solves their immediate problems yet do with lifespan and sexual. But also maybe what else you know one of the themes that we you come back to in with the regular. Next six replicates is those photographs their memories eight so by giving them an artificial official set of memories. Maybe that's a way to you know to pacify that whole thing. But I I want to add. I want to add that you know part part of the reason that I told you because it's a very evocative for me. It's very visual for me. And it's difficult for me to convey but the only reason I want to tell the story about the the dump and the dog thing is because all of those moments will be lost in time like tears in rain. It's no different for us than it is for them. I've seen things I've seen garbage dumps at sunrise. It might not be as exciting as attack ships and fire off the shoulder of her Ryan. But still you know Roy's little speech at the end I understand that that was substantially longer at one point and Rutger Hauer injected that tears in rain cut down version version because he thought it was more poetic also. The dove was his idea which I didn't know how I feel about that that you know when you have a film that has such a dettori sleek taskmaster up up perfectionist of director like Ridley Scott. Even though there's a script Ridley Scott is telling them to rewrite the script. I mean this is Ridley. Ridley Scott's vision or at least that's the idea right. They looser paid for Ridley Scott Film and we're trying to get a Ridley Scott film here and have those two things which are so conic in this film be what sounds like pulled out of the ideas from from an actor. Who's just roll right? I mean it really. It really does kind of call into question. I stood that whole the grand master. Plan this film things I on. That was just the thing we decided to do there at the end while you're the afternoon I I'm not sure I buy that. You're going to criticize the form. Shown young well okay. Maybe I I might have a bit of a popper Harrison. Ford thing could have had someone of this wooden. Oh Oh yeah he ruge. How is the greatest rutger? Hauer is just amazing in agreed he. He's weird he's dangerous yeah he he's he's really nails it. I'm not I'm not. I don't think you get that kind of performance out of an actor without doing a huge amount of work with them so I I think I think if if some of the ideas I mean. I didn't know that that The any of that speech will or how you know how it was shaped site came from him but was the case it well. I'm not I'm not. I'm not disputing them. I just think that there's an element of collaboration ration- that the fact that the fact that it's come about through the work that really Scott has done with rookie. How it does not mean that is not part of Ridley at least got vision? He makes the ultimate decision anyway. So if he didn't like it he could have said so. He had he had the the site to do that. Ah Yeah no I I I think it. I think it's too easy to see the director. Because because directors are lionized in this way And this is one screen rights right in particular like alway wise complaining about the fact that at the beginning of the film you get a Ridley Scott film home okay did released write the script. Well no you didn't. It's not just a released film. It's a lot of people film. Ridley skulk DOC did one of the jobs on it I believe that ninety percent films. TV Out there. The the success of it is the writer and this is one of the reasons why I kind of pick a lot at plot holes. Because does that is. The story is is to me the most important I think a great a great director can raise raise up a script and I think a lousy director can destroy a good script. I that's there's a but I don't think that it's very a rare that a great director can raise a poor script and I'm GONNA say Ridley Scott's probably probably one of those that can do that ultimate quality of the script to this one hard to say because it's gone through so much rewrites from from day one day one. It had narration in it script. Version one area lots of it and release got ultimately got rid of that could because he didn't like some four didn't like it Harrison Ford thought. Well we're having we're having decker. Tell y'all this stuff he did. We're not having decker. Show you you all this stuff. He's doing all the detecting and you know. I think that's a funny line considering he didn't do a whole hell of a lot of detecting in this filaments. Like wow you. DD The less in the narrated version. Wow so I you know. In this case I look at this film and I do kind of see a ridley. Scott film were as in a lot of cases. I don't I absolutely see it as the huge collaboration nations and I know that this is the this prominence that they had on the set. Was that the American crew did not like the imperious way. Ridley Scott was to the point where he'd given an interview in a magazine in Britain and he said well you know. It's a different way of working in America and the United in Britain you tell them to do something and they say yes gov and they do it in United States. Everybody's got to have an opinion about it and the crew printed up shirts that said yes. Gove my ass house after that okay so You know and he was discussing how when he's doing a film Britain man. He's they're looking through the camera. He's the guy looking through the camera he set in a shot doesn't work that way. In the United States cinematographers you have to collaborate with anthem and and this may have been his first film in the United States so he was having trouble with that. He was micromanaging. These people they were a happy about it but I mean he was. The producers. Weren't happy about the results. He was shooting sometimes eleven twelve thirteen times the same piece of film because he just didn't quite like the way it looked over over. He's micromanaged film and so yeah it does. It does kind of feel weird. I mean yes I get that you have somebody give some feedback just like Harrison Ford saying. Hey I'm not show don't do like okay. Yeah I agree without the. It's it's just it's just odd that the like the dove in particular which is such a visual element so stylistic isn't sourced from the guy who's do an listrik stuff of the film. I guess that's what I was going at We don't know where a lot of it may have originated from but just like with the ideas in the script. I mean some of what he's the descriptors evolved. The with Scott has taken out possibly put bits in. But you still want to say a lot of what's in there is cut Comes from what was written. And therefore aw there are the elements of what how does onscreen come from the script. That come from suggestions from the director took elements of it that come from gala. So I don't know I I. I absolutely didn't know that that That the dove had come from route gala Allah. I don't have a problem. I mean the only the questions may is does. Does it work if it was in there and it was a horrible mistake I would be feeding eating alone pissed off about it but probably not anymore pissed off that Scott had done and it was a horrible mistake they probably shot it both ways again. According to an interview power our shut it both ways so that they could decide. I mean I I could say well you can see. It's not quit. Cua is not quite naturalistic. In how it. It's it's animated isn't it. It's apparently GONNA launched up a little bit when he let go and then it just landed on the ground and started walking because it was soaked with water. It looks like in those sequences almost like the the frame rate has dropped your say but it's again it's a stylistic thing and it doesn't doesn't look wrong looks like it's intentional. The I mean the the me. It's it's on this sort of borderline. They're being so kind of overtly symbolic verging on the cheesy. And it's it's on the right side of that and you know when when I was watching it this time and I was being a little bit almost looking looking for things to criticize. I the the sequence for Mehta's still his above night is the is the whole source sequence and in particular cicular shooting are going through a glass window in slow motion getting shooting again. You know the Glass Window inflammation. That's on the wrong side. It is very weird but the whole the whole thing is stylized and you would not expect everything to be spot on but it sort of sort of culminates commodites I at the end of the sequence for me because I found the whole the whole the whole idea decade sort of camping out pretending ending to be an investigator for the confidential committee on moral abuses a bit daft. I guess is meant to be like relief points completely out of place syndrome. It just. It doesn't that didn't work me. In that whole that whole sequenced didn't win. It felt a bit sort of voyeuristic tacky to be honest so I A when I was looking at it thinking I do. I have come to really really appreciate this film is it is a pleasure to watch it every time time but that's because the set pieces that I just enjoy watching I enjoy listening dialogue. I enjoy listening to music or whatever snow all of those set-pieces work and not that kind of stands out as one that didn't and yet it's all set up so that they can have that amazing scene where her body is lying amongst all the glass and all the neon lights reflecting in it. That's apparently a big deal. Okay you'll never look at that scene again. Next time you watch it. You'll you'll see it. But apparently they brought all their neon lights that they had on set right around it so they could get him all reflecting in the completed because he was like there are so many shots that are that are just so full of of of those kind of affectionate details. It's still he's still a sequence there. I mean that's the that's the cherry on the cake but if the if the cake spot it's not chocolate than me our okay. Well let's go into the big one. The controversy that existed may or may no longer exists. I don't know I don't care at this stage. But the controversy that existed existed at the time. Film Cam Out I alluded to it earlier. Harrison Ford One Camp Ridley Scott and the other script is carefully Convincing decker deliver applic- deliberately ambiguous. He didn't he didn't want it to be right here. There is a the the. Here's one thing that L.. Say there is that is decker is decker replicant. That's that is. The question is not answered in this film home however on second viewing I was very very careful watching this and the replicant is effect which was done deliberately. Obviously as I understand it it was done kind of I guess. Maybe kind of like they would do. It's sort of a pepper's ghost in reverse so they've got a they've got a reflective surface transparent reflective surface between the camera and the subject at forty five degrees forty five degrees and they are shining light into it that is being transferred. I straight into the eyes of the person so they can have dark lighting on them but then they've got the light coming effectively directly from the camera. Which gives you that? I can't remember what the effect is called but its effect same thing that causes red eye effect. Is that the back of the back of the eye. Because the pupils Sarokin is reflecting the light back and it catches the camera and they do that for every replicant in this film at some point in the course and the owl an an and although I don't think they do it on the steak but that's just a for a brief moment do it to decker as far as I can tell he's the only quote unquote unquote human at any point in this film that that happens it happens in. It happened in seeing the scene where he's with Rachel so it's possible it spillover over from the effect being done to her because it's not as pronounced or considering the perfectionist that that Scott is reputed to be it it could be. It could be the towel up. I can't exist in bladerunner land in a vacuum. The whole Unicorn born dream and the paper Unicorn that was left by Gaffe at Decker apartment. You know there's you could look at it. Two ways. One is gaffe new. Rachel was there and he let her go. He's being nice to decker and that's his sign he sang. I let you go. I let her go coincidence that he had a dream about a unicorn. Is it a coincidence. That is it also coincidence that the three things that he created in the course of the film were a swan so symbolism of like the ugly duckling the transformation from from undeveloped developed a man. Dan and the Unicorn from his dream. I I don't know I mean it does. Actually if I were looking at that you know on second viewing I don't see it on and I feeling but on second viewing watching that I would probably and did go okay. There's there's more than just the Unicorn at the end. They're all telling telling. A little story gaff knows something but tonight's this if if decker is replicant. Let's just go with go with released. WHO said subsequently yes? I shot this as if deckert were replicant. So let's go with that. Shot it so it would be ambiguous to the audience. But that in my mind. He was a replicant Harrison. Ford Lane. Awesome yes indeed and in Okay and and a replica briefly mentioned because we're way where you've got the Ridley Scott's professional we we we are as you said we're talking about two thousand seven fashion. It's filmed the nineteen eighty two theatrical release. You don't have the Unicorn dream sequence right and so that that was something that was there in the working print and I guess restored in in the direct is cotton gets expanded in the two thousand seven fashion. It's it may not be conclusive but it's highly highly suggestive to me. I I kind of find pretty persuasive and so yeah I would food. Yes I I think. More Ridley Scott is working on that Roy. He's moving towards his perspective. But I like I like the being space face from well and I think it's I think it's more important than it is ambiguous. I think that if they came out and said he was replicant. Then that's a problem because the the most important thing about this whole story the most important point is that you can't tell yes absolutely difference that a difference there is no difference is no difference and if they are creating humans are humans and you know that that comes with with all of the the moral baggage or requirements that that would have. And I mean there's other tells his obsession with photographs the graphs. I mean. He's got the most ridiculous collection of photographs on his piano man. Who is going to believe that anybody? Nobody has a group of pitch. It looks like the photo album that I have the bottom of my drawer with all the ancestors that we literally don't I don't know who they are right all the black and white eighteen eighties photos and stuff. You're just looking at but you know it parallels it it parallels Leon and his photographs right and Rachel. I've got my photograph here. My photograph is my memory at proves proves at my memory is real and Leon's photographs are re over pictures. He took or or they took of him and others et Cetera. They're pretty lousy photographs. I gotta say but he's got some questionable photographic sense there but it's so the fact that decker has a piano full of pictures is another clue along that line and I am I gonNa but here's my question if replicates are slaves. It's decker to slave because he seems to come into this film with free will. I'm a retired replicant blade runner and then they arrest him and they take him to headquarters and they threaten him with. Hey if you're not a cop your little people which is basically will make your life a living hell i. What is the point of having a blade runner replicant who is already like I'm retired or or here's another question for you? Did they create him. Ten minutes before this film start started and pumped the memories of Dead Decker D- in Him. Oh you mean there was a real decade. There's a real Rachel. It's tyrel well. There's no implication that the members don't really fake ones time. It is not dead right well right. Well why would they. Why would they need a replicant decker? If they have the Real Decker D- I don't know I'm just it's like I. I mean the question of the question of when he was created is is a valid role in so they could it could so you make a good point in that it could be literally ten minutes before the film starts but I think I think the the issue about I kind of believe it was ten minutes before films to us. I don't know how long it was. I don't know that. He has the four year limit limit on his lifespan. If indeed he is wrapped can but the the point about the free will saying Eddie. Is that it that is an illusion. The what what happens. When they call him in is he starts doing their bidding? which is what they would want from a replicant so that in itself pathological corrupt what happens during the film is that he starts to some degree questioning it? Even though by the end of the film he has actually done what they want him to do. He has well he sought for Repton. Well he's minus two. In fact he he kills the Zora and place but Leeann is killed by Rachel and Roy. Just Yeah Roy. Just yeah retires himself he just yes or he just he just retired is naturally unnaturally. But so so. Yeah I mean I I think that is I think that is the point. I think that is the point as you say you you the DOT. That real will that whole ambiguity underlines the lack of difference between Republicans if replicant are being subservient subservient in power however. They get to that position that they do what they're supposed to do. How does that cast on that ghastly ghastly sex scene with deckert and Rachel? Because he's tell me you want a hey I want you like Oh yeah. She's she's programmed to do what she's still to do. There's the the power differential between human and non human right there. She should follow complaint. I I don't like that scene for a variety of reasons. And maybe it's her acting as so bad and his isn't great. I mean Harrison. Ford you gotTa Love Harrison Ford. He's been in some great films Elms but not going to be. Yes but he's not gonna be doing hamlet anytime soon he is. He is pretty wooden if you get him out you know. He's Kinda Kinda like Roger Moore. He's gotTa type as long as you make the film around that then then then it can be really likeable and when you go against that hype the limitations of his abilities. Begin to show up and Probably I I can see no I will i. I was just saying I can't really discreet. With the way you characterized it dries. I Li- I mean. He has been very good films. Frantic for example is I think perfectly suited to him and therefore I'd I'd but he is. He is very good at. It's just maybe he can't necessarily do some other types of performances. I guess in a way it made me think that the criticism of Ryan Gosling was a bit strange in terms of costing him in later on twenty forty nine. 'cause it's kind of true to the to the original also can act. It's not again. I'm I'm being careful how we describe it but that he is particularly suited to a certain kind of C can give he can act very well in some things things but he doesn't necessarily have the versatility of some other actors who you'd be able to say this if we could get zone so in this because of his best he would be great not just. Because he's particularly well suited to this part. And I kind of think this part sort of suits Harrison Ford that I don't couldn't have been back to there's two areas where he falls down for me on this one. Is that saint he just. It's not the justice. No Chemistry. No nothing going on in that scene and the other is whenever he gets that A. He's got up his idea of. I'm feeling I'm feeling something is blinking a bunch. And so when he's feeling I've killed a replicant to end. I need to go get a drink. It's kind of kind of goldfish blinking. Yeah and he's doing the same thing when Roy is sitting there and and giving his little tears in rain speech. He's just kind of like blink. Blink maybe he's just trying to keep the rain out of his eyes. I don't know but it it just doesn't just doesn't work. I'm not seeing that it facing going. That's the emotion that I'm stinking. He's experiencing the emotion that he should be experiencing which I'm not even sure what that is but it isn't that one and so those are the two areas where he was better as the doofus in the in the strippers room. Then then he is expressing. I need a drink. I'm really feeling morally. Ambiguous about what I've just done so I was fascinated to discover the When when when this was being written it was written with Robert Mitchum in my Oh yeah as decker I I had known that But it it kind of makes sense because as we've talked about there is this real sort of Wa- sense to the film film and guess it would be in the seventies Mitchum. Did a a couple of couple of Chandler adaptation Not a new big sleep and one of the identity number terribly could actually and I'm not sure it would have been great with Mitcham in the role I I think that thing. Ridley Scott wanted. Dustin Hoffman. Yes that was one of the people who are trying to. He tried to get in. Yes counsel absolutely. I can't imagine it either. I can't imagine it so maybe Harrison Ford is is the best cost. He certainly was better. Bankable I think doc for that type of role or you know people were thinking you're GonNa see a hand solo film. I genuinely think that's probably may you've been some of the problem. They're expecting him to be and Solo and what they got was cut rate. Raymond Chandler or more conroy. Robert Mitchum anyhow. We go this is this is a marathon but that's hardly a surprise for this particular film a couple miscellaneous points here and I think it's fair to mention this in this part because if you're paying very close attention to the ads at the beginning on one of the more pronounced elsewhere in perhaps one or the other cuts but in if you're paying very close attention to the ads that any if you sign line up to go off world you're gonNA get some you're gonna get yourself your own replicant to see to all your needs. That's that's the marketing pitch that they're giving when they push on him waiting for his Rahman we're Sushi shop at the beginning so so so that's your on. Say if that's the adverse assist from do androids dream of electric. That's why like humans but we have jeffs have kinda mentioned this. He can't go because he's got methuselah system they ask. Why didn't you go off world? Because I can't which that to me gives me the impression that all the people people left on the planet are all the people who can't go for whatever reason nobody looks like they're happy it's miserable place and again why it's not the Tyrell Corporation going somewhere else. Where they can but the name blade runner is ludicrous? The Chris it has no base in the book it has it has no logical basis. Cool that is why they picked it. It's from another book and a blade runner in that other book was like a medical intern. That would run. Contraband medical supplies between hospitals in a dystopia dystopia and future where medicines been. I don't know what socialized cuisine blade runner I think I. I think it's the actual. I think it's the actual book we could find out ripped off but yes and it says in the end invited state they give thanks to the gift. Thanks is to the guy to think they just thought the name was cool. Cisco which is why this cast is called fusion patrol. So it's no meaning. Hey that sounds cool and which you not. And we use kind of the blade runner font. So serendipity there synchronicity at the beginning of the film there is a serious exposition dump in. Bryant's office and entire Els Office to decker a trained replicant. Hunter does he not. I don't know all this stuff I mean I know it's for the ambiance but but really it was awkwardly done. Well on re watching this time I was looking taking out going. Yeah that is that is kind of like some some of it you can think well. It's updating about these particular models are like Mike and he might not you know he might not have too late but it but it's way more information needs inky would need tonight. Yes and that he wouldn't already know most most of it. Yeah dystopia in future is filled with immigrants stoke. It's now it's now yet dystopia. It was it was it. Wasn't this type in future in one thousand. Nine hundred two but He we all right they're they're projection T.. Their Project Jack on filled with foreigners is I find that xenophobic. I don't know was it. You're Lookin' can Ford is like well. You know. This is a terrible place to look. Everyone speak another language is Spanish and Japanese mostly Japanese which is funny because remember when the Japanese were winning. I I don't know I mean this again comes back skyline not familiar with you saying it was and is less multi-ethnic than we see in this film it is. I would say yes I would say. It's less multi-ethnic a bit. California is where the immigrants go so California. Does you know do all their government publications fourteen sixteen languages a California if you can tell me the exact number they they do that because they do have a significant number of immigrants they do tend to cluster in areas still really. That looks nothing like. That's that's that thing looks like New York City but it's fill you know there's you have to go into certain parts of Los Angeles before you're GonNa find all the the Kanji Catta gone in Los Angeles if you were I go. It's Chinese signs but yeah that that is not an accurate portrayal of what it looks like like walking around the streets of and another of Los Angeles and another thing is in one thousand nine hundred eighties. I don't know if this was that way in the UK. But in the United States there was a perception that Japan's economy was the one that was going to take over the world and so there was a big wave of people taking set. They wanted the kids in school to take Japanese as a second language and I know whereas elsewhere in the world they make their kids take English as a second language. which were they have? Historically for many years. That may be shifting but here in the United States we don't United States. We don't do that you know. They're they're they're they're pretty darn insular about teach English but starting about the one thousand nine hundred eighty began to have a lot of parents who had a desire to get their kids to learn Japanese so they would have an advantage in business dealings with the Japanese who were going to be running the economy of the world which of course it crashed and failed. And now it's Chinese and they're doing exactly the same thing with it but I just thought it was funny this slice of time. Everything you see. That's Asian looking. Is Japanese for the most part I can tell you that from looking at the the differences. It's it's all Japanese and if they were making that film today it would be Chinese. Exactly the the difference. I I think that's an interesting little piece of the snapshot. I want to ask how good decades gun is that he can just fired into a crowd after Zara and cut And not be splattering people or do they not matter He says he doesn't WANNA kill people. So it's okay but there is the sequence where he does the photograph and puts it in the machine and he says do this pan that thing is that the origin of that awful awful trope from films. TV probably. Yeah but it but he's got a lot to answer for. Nobody's justifiable head because it is based on a live scan of the photograph the office and it so the the issue I have with it in most applications is where they've already got a pre digitized image onscreen screen and they Zuma don't particular between go in hogs and suddenly all this resolution appears. But if you if you're if you're actually actually live scanning the photograph so presumably in that there is some sort of mechanism. Wha something can actually pan around on the photograph pan around on columns on the photograph at one point it very much appears like it is taking something that is hidden behind a column and and then revealing her where she was I on the second life is watching that very closely and I like all that looks very much like they're trying to do a three dimensional but I've not seen anything else that's not that hasn't become trope that you can do three D. stuff and photos thing missed. The I think you see everywhere is the is that you can is that you can remain and zooming and get all this extra resolution but what he's saying hand singed of it but what he's essentially doing is just it's it's basically a voice controlled Weicker skype. Some cars is. It's controlling a a magnify that gives you a version of the photograph this on a much larger screen that is much larger than the image itself and it's MC mechanistically controlling the actual magnify that is moving over the surface of the photographs. It's not creating in new. Resolution is actually zooming in on the photograph itself where the resolution where the exists. So I've kind of find that Rancho that terribly succeed Havoc Cathode Ray tube into and French out with lower resolution than what was on the screen. Yes and the the fact that all the photographs are actually printed photographs. Rosalind vote digitally created using using about fines. But then hey November they should be able to be using an iphone. Eleven pro should be pretty good pictures. Ah Three cameras in it. Yeah you know that's how you can see around the corner. That would have been interesting yet. No I no. I don't think I do. I mean I just I the whole the thing is just pray for And they're they're assessing certain lines in it just particularly draw out the the kind of ideas in these themes when right to sitting down and playing the piano and say she did she dreamt music and they didn't know so if I could play because you know whether to trust memories and that is wonderful idea the united it it because it's all about whether your skills which can just be implanted actually match up to the memories which can yes I I really like it In that case Simon. Thank you for joining me. This look at blade runner the final cut. It's a pleasure and listeners. I do hope you'll join us again. Next Time Fusion patrol you've been listening to fusion patrol. The listener supported podcasts. Find out how you can be a sponsor and get early access to all episodes and more more at Patriotair dot com slash fusion patrol. Join the conversation on facebook or twitter. All episodes are available at fusion patrol dot Com. 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The Invention of the Spoon, Part 1

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The Invention of the Spoon, Part 1

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I don't know you kind of like you think to yourself. What's something smaller. What something could possibly hurt me and you realize the spoon it's right there. It's in the drawer. I love spoons or you know in previous case chopsticks and i know they've got to be a fascinating history. It's one of some of these inventions. That are so ancient. We're not gonna pick out the individual that invented these things or anything like that But it is fascinating how they move through human civilizations also understand. The spoon was your stay puffed marshmallow. Man you were trying to think of something so innocent in good that it could never hurt anyone ryan and this is where we came to but i i was. I was surprised as i always am. Because i think we found some pretty interesting stuff about the invention of the spoon. Yeah like if you if you think you know the spoon you think spins you're boring well then Stay tuned because there's some there's some cool stuff And also you know when you really stop to think about it. And he's really start considerate. Yeah it it does get quite Quite fascinating as As b wilson pointed out in an atlantic article that will come back to What your spoon says about you. From twenty twelve therefore cultures they are chopstick cultures but every culture is a spoon culture. And of course it's not just not just one type spend a lot of different types of spins and i would like everyone out there to try and just imagine a day a day in your life without access to information spoon. Okay so you're up in the morning you're trying to get ready for work. You make your coffee and maybe add some cream dear coffee but what do you do. Well you stick your finger in and burn it as you stirred around yet and then after that. He got some oatmeal. But how are you going to get that oatmeal in your mouth while you're just reaching in with your fingertips and shelvin it in there and that's going to be crusty later on but you're in a hurry And then it goes on from there. Yeah oh minivan to the coffee like all right. You're you're you're going to get coffee grounds and put them into your coffee brewing device or or or or vessel How are you gonna measure that stuff out now. Some of this. We're getting into the stink tion of what is what is the scoop cup. What is a spoon. But essentially like spoons are are away that we measure stuff as well. We'll get into that so imagine yourself you know you're just gonna have to make that kind of like rough rutger hauer coffee in the morning where you're not really you're not really putting a lot of thought into it. Just throwing it in there then putting boiling water and then just let the cream fall where it will depraved. Now for my part. I often play a kind of game in the morning so i get up. I make my coffee. Sometimes they get to finish watching part of a of a movie for weird house or something and then everybody else gets up. We do we do breakfast. And at some point i i unload the dishwasher or a help them out the dishwasher and for a long time. Now i've playing this kind of game in my head Where i consider all the various utensils and plate types teens and the winning team is the one that managed to get the most members of their team into the dishwasher. The previous day so I've since told my family about this my son gets in on the on the fun to now you know. It might be a banner day for team fork or team butter knife for team ramic and sometimes team ramic and really really cleans it up those days we were. You have executed a good meson plus while making dinner. We use in abusing ram against for a lot of things. So it's like you know puddings and or snack mix you know you don't wanna eat right out of the bag you put it into the ramic so there are days when the when the rams contain does cause quite well but my favorite team the team that seems to win the most is of course team spoon and there are days where it just the three of us we manage to us not only all the all the big spoons and all the little spoons but also say both grapefruit spoons the weird sugar spoon that we don't actually use because we don't use a like a sugar caddy thing Or also the odds spoon. That's in the drawer. that doesn't match anything else. That's like leftover from from some other set or something So nobody's left on the bench for team spoon. Everybody's in the game and win this is like one of those big Tag team matches were suddenly. Everybody ends up in the ring. They're all pouring out yeah. The serving spoons wouldn't cooking spoons. You name it so yeah it's it's. It's really hard for me to imagine a day without using spoons. I i don't even know. I don't even want to tell people to take the no spoon challenge and tell us how it goes because it doesn't sound fun so really just think of all the things. We use a spoon. Four so mixing stirring measuring serving eating. And just think of all the foods they work well with. I feel like. I can depend on the spoon for just about everything with occasional user chopsticks as well but i rarely use a fork. Part of it is my. I don't know. I've gotten to where. I kind of think of the the fork is maybe just to pointy and maybe too violent But but i just really need one. If i'm going to depend on the spoon. The spoon can do pretty much everything the fort can and if it if it can't got the chopsticks to depend on. Yeah i mean. I guess it depends largely on what kinds of foods the most in your house but We're the same way we I'd say probably at least three quarters of our meals involve either a spoon chopsticks or both but probably only maybe one in four involves a fork. Yeah so In keeping with past invention episodes Let's start where we always start. What came before what came before the spin. We'll obviously eating with one's fingers right. Well yes sir. And for that. For further exploration of that we of course can look at some examples from our primate cousins. So first of all In addition to just sort of like sticking your hands and things and looking things off your fingers. There's of course using cupped hands especially for liquids for things like water. These of course allow even modern humans to form a cup or a bowl out of their own body. But there's a there's a there's a lot of stuff expense have been around so long That oftentimes they're mundane. But sometimes there's stuff there uses of it that are a little more insightful. For instance in jewish tradition. There's the the allegory of the long spoons. Yeah this is a story. That's good that gets told in sort of Sermons and religious teaching a lot. I think it's actually. I was looking around and i don't think anyone as far as i could tell has identified a certain origin of this story. There seemed to be a lot of cultural variations including a chinese version that that references chopsticks and then versions of the reference spoons. Actually i think i should tell the other version of at first because it makes more sense so So the version i read was that a you know a teacher comes up to his rabbi and says rabbi tell me the difference between heaven and hell and the rabbi says well at at in both heaven and hell. Everyone is seated at a at a great table for a feast and there is plenty of Delicious food out in front of them. You know steaming bowls of delicious stew But in both heaven and hell people cannot bend their arms at the elbow and yet while that means everyone in hell starves because they can't bring the food up to their lips in heaven is sated because they don't try to feed themselves they feed each other and then a variation on the story is that instead of being unable to bend your arms at the elbow The only utensils are very long utensils. That make it difficult. So you can't feed yourself but you could feed somebody else so a long spoon would be. I guess one. That's hard to use to get up to your own face okay. Well i see the point. They're making but also just the idea of being a star wars action figure In in the afterlife and not being able to move your career your arms Having only one point of articulation maybe to that does sound like torment. I mean. I think the point is trying to make as maybe not literally supposed to be about heaven. Hell but but about how You know the kind of ebeneezer scrooge concept that bryson who is selfish Creates a hell of their own making by their continued inability to to think of other people. Right right yeah but put enough miserable. People in one place in that place will become a place of misery. Yeah just by virtue of their Their personalities but i guess one thing that that does highlight is that Maybe a lotta times. We don't appreciate enough the minute physical features of a spoon. And how much difference that makes in. How usable it is This makes me think at least about how hard it is to eat with a spoon that is just slightly too big. You know like that's another thing. We don't often think about it so a spoon. Of course when used as an eating utensil as a means of conveyance gets food from the player the bowl into your mouth but it's not just any means of conveyance. it's also in effect a measuring device. It measures out an appropriately sized bite of food or you know quantity of food to fit in your mouth at one time and so a spoon to smaller spoon. That's too big is actually very weird and frustrating to eat with. Yeah it's we'll we'll we'll keep coming back this but when you think about a given spoon design the spoon is its design is going to be Influenced by what sorts of foods it is it was designed to deal with but then also its design is going to have an impact on how you eat and like in in terms of like how much you're attempting to put your mouth at one time But also how you hold the spoon and therefore how you carry yourself like socially in mannerly at the dinner table or or wherever you happen to be eating. So it's you know it's it's this thing that That has a has a big impact on the way we behave in the way we we consume even if we just think of it as this often disposable item that comes with the meal you know looking at this topic made me wonder. Are there any studies looking at the psychological effects of eating directly with the hands versus using utensils I'm sure somebody must have looked at that. I found at least one study. I probably wouldn't hang too much on this one result but but it it did seem interesting so this was a paper published in the journal of retailing. So not like a psychology journal but like business journal by adriana via modular of called self control in touch windows direct versus indirect touch increase head-on evaluations and consumption of food and the short version of what the study found. Is that among people who apply self control during food consumption. So i think this is especially people who are being careful people who are watching what they eat. I don't know if the same would apply to people who are just you know just kind of shoveling it in there but among people who show high self control win eating food touching food directly with the hands enhances the sensory experience and increases evaluations of food. so people who who eat with their fingers directly versus eating the same food with a spoon report finding that food more pleasurable to eat and the eat more of it. Well that's interesting. It almost makes me wonder if there could become a kind of small role for the spoon and other utensils in the evolution of food and cuisine and culture in Tempering the appetite like the sort of making hold back a bit and how much you eat in one sitting That is yeah. I hadn't really thought about that but then like you said this is just one study and of course it raises the raises the point That we have various food. Cultures around the world and some of them are more inherently based on eating with hands versus eating with utensils. And like you know this kind of broad statement. How does that apply to like this cuisine. This food culture versus this one like it could be where it's like. Oh i just. I've never stopped to touch chilly before. But now i'm eating chilly with my hands. Yes i suddenly phil. Far more hispanic. I don't know well to whatever extent this is generally applicable if it is I think it would. You'd have to confine. At least this result to foods that could be eaten either way right because a lot of foods you you basically can't eat them except with a spoon. Guess maybe slurping from a bowl you know soups and porridges and stuff. Which are we should remember. A huge portion of all the foods that humans veton throughout history of a lot of foods are liquid based. Yeah all right well. Let's let's back up just a little bit and In consider primates again so we were talking about hands coming together and forming natural cups. Natural spoons again. We can we can kind of the terminology. Kinda breaks down when you're dealing with the Like the pre spoon approaches to the to the same of functions. But i was reading about this in article. This was her nat. Geo from liz langley called meet the beatles that harvest fog in the desert and the author mentions a few different examples of of curious things that animals due to to to get their food or their liquids and they mentioned that that Southeast asian gibbons drink water through cupped hands sometimes while hanging inverted. Now of course the the spoon that we're using spoon you probably use today. It is of course. An artifact is a you know a thing that we have made out of other objects or other materials but the the step right before creating an artifact in the words of anthropologist window oswald is a nature fact that's a naturally occurring objects used intentionally but without modification for some purpose so Jane goodall actually observed chimpanzees using blades of grass. As a kind of spoon to consume time in the nineteen sixties. And i ran a care. I'll say two thousand fifteen paper published in the royal society open science found that chimps use leaves as a kind of spoon or cup to drink alcohol seeping from palm trees leafy shot glass. Yeah exactly now. Likewise before humans crafted the first spoons or something. The proto spoons. They likely used found pieces of wood and especially shells as pointed out by the california academy of sciences which has a page on spoons. Both the greek and latin words for spoon are derived from coca a spiral shaped snail. Shell this may point to the origins of the spoon in europe. At least taking taking a shell found shell and using that as a spoon and of course we see this reflected sometimes in mar more elegant spoon designs where the spoon itself. The cup of the spoon is made. The bowl of the spoon is made to look like a shell. Oh yeah and. I've used spoon like that before i think it. Some family members house at some point Like a ladle that was shaped like. Yeah like a shell that had the ridges and it was annoying to use u. Utensil nerds out there. We'll have to let us know. Because i know that the collectors really get into the exact terminology for not only the different types of spoons but also the styles etc. But i've seen before. I feel like it was used as a as a sugar spoon or something but then the you know another question arises here. Is shell really a spoon. Are we even if you take the shell and you attach it to a stick you know are are we dealing with things or functions This is a question. Raised by polish linguist Anivers- beca of the australian national university in the idea of a spoon semantics prehistory and cultural logic in two thousand fourteen And i have to say if you want if you want a deep but approachable paper on what. It means to call something a spoon. Then this is a really good article like you'll you'll If it's sounds laughable. I recommend looking it up. You can find it online it. it's enjoyable. We're not gonna get into all the points that they raise but we'll get into some of it does it. Does it shred that matrix seen. Oh what was the. What was the spoon matrix. Seen as it's been a while. I haven't gotten around to my regard. I will little boy. Within the matrix telecom medically bending a spoon and then kiana tries to do it and he fails in the little boy tells him the problem is that he's trying to bend the spoon instead of realizing that in fact there is no spoon there is no spin. Of course now. I remember I i don't. I don't think they specifically mentioned that. But i think the nas themes of the matrix coming through in the idea that The true enlightenment in power comes from realizing that material reality is an illusion. Gotcha all right. Well I want to read just a bet from various bekker's Article here quote. When the focus is on things rather than concepts. It is indeed impossible to draw a line between spoons and sort of spoons. There are many shades of grey between a puritan the type of spoon that will discuss Later on in the episode and a shell or between a carved spoon and a chip of wood. There is no such shading however between the concept spoon and concept shell or chip of wood. The invention of the spoon like the invention of the wheel is a conceptual breakthrough without a clear distinction between things which are made for purpose according to a certain blueprint and things which are merely used for a purpose with no crystallized creative idea behind them. We can hardly make any firm generalizations about cultural history pre history and the history of cooking and eating and then they go on to say quote. I submit that cultural kinds are based on complex. Ideas born in individual human minds in the context of particular needs ideas that have caught on in certain communities and have become embedded in social practices and that without identifying these ideas. We cannot fully understand the practices based on them and from here they Point to two very important consideration in the birth or invention of the spoon that it arises in large part due to the importance of soft watery cereal based foods such as rules and porridges in given cultures and so different sorts of spoons that we find in different cultures are tied to specific food cultures. Will yeah if you want to jump right into it. I could discuss some some specific evidence on that front that why not there are no rules. We just digger spins and wherever why is the new dove mandy odorant different because it has forty eight hour protection and a plant based moisturizer. The cares for your skin. The new dove men eucalyptus and birch keeps you feeling fresh and confident throughout the day. This formula is designed for men to give you odor protection that works new dove men plant based care by now at walmart and target. This episode is brought to you by ibm safe or sporty modern or reliable. We won't both we wanna hybrid. Well so do banks and that's why they're going hybrid with ibm hybrid. Cloud approach helps them personalized experiences with watson. Ai while helping keep data secure it's more reward. Less risk from banking to manufacturing businesses are going with a smarter hybrid cloud using the tools platform and expertise of ibm. The world is going hybrid with ibm go hybrid at ibm dot com slash hybrid cloud. All right. well. I guess that means we're gonna jump to the part of the episode where we tried to find the oldest spoon known of and one thing that i think is worth noting. Is that if you're generous with what you would call a knife in the context of culinary use. I think it's extremely clear that the knife predates the spoon. The fork doesn't but the knife does it make sense right because we've talked about the ways that the hand can do things that has been can do and But there are things that a knife can do that. The hand cannot do that. The teeth cannot do right So the further you go back. The evidence gets more ambiguous. But there's no question at all that by a few hundred thousand years ago like two hundred thousand years ago. Our ancestors using sharpened pieces of stone of flint and other stones that are suitable for napping to create blades and actually the evidence I was checking recently. It goes back even farther than that based on recent discoveries in in africa I think there is evidence of stone blades. Going back at least a half a million years or so from kenya and there might be stuff even earlier now but probably a major one of the uses for early stone knives was for the processing of animal carcasses. So if you have been hunting or you've come across a dead animal and you're trying strip the meat from the bones or cut the meat into usable pieces of usable size. A sharpened piece of stone will help you do that so again. If you're generous with what counts as a knife knives obviously go way way. Back deep deep human and even Even pre homo sapiens But with spoon specifically a lot of the stuff on the internet. If you're looking around for the oldest spoons it ends up talking about stuff from ancient egypt or wherever which is very interesting and we will talk about but you know that there must be stuff Earlier than that at least as far back as the neolithic so i went searching in the scientific literature. I was trying to find An authoritative attempt at cataloging the oldest spoons in the archaeological record. And i did come across something. There does appear to be some ambiguity in this one too because there are things you can find from from the stone age and you can argue. Is this spoon or not. But at some point a certainly a little bit before the neolithic and then definitely during the neolithic we get clear evidence of spoons So i found one recent paper that gives a good rundown of the existing evidence. This is a paper by sofia. Stefan at all called bone spoons for prehistoric babies detection of human teeth marks on the neolithic artifacts from the site grabbed start chaivo. That is impressive. You know. I didn't think about that but like feeding a baby. Its first foods. Those foods have to be one way or another they. They have to be mashed up. They have to be soft foods and babies You know they can. They can spit out and they can bite with their little gum. Mouth so Yeah i could see In eventually teeth Yeah anyway i'm just. I'm astounded here. I didn't think about this at all this. This paper was really interesting to me so So we're by attached a picture of some of these spoons for you to look at for reference. They aren't spoons. Like we would imagine today that have a rounded cup area there there they look more kind of like tiny scoop. Paddles made of both on. Yeah yeah now is Stefanovic at all discuss here the earliest evidence of consistent cultural spoon use pops up in the neolithic period. Now remember the neolithic period is the last part of the stone age. This is still the the age in human development or cultures are dominated by stone tools. But this is coinciding with or after the invention of agriculture so It's usually imagined to begin roughly twelve thousand years ago. I think there's there's a good bit of looseness in How those years apply especially depending on what particular region you're talking about but roughly twelve thousand years ago or so. We go into the neolithic era and and significantly this coincides with the invention of agriculture and the widespread use of spoons before the neolithic. There is some evidence of spoons but in the words of the authors here. these pre. Neolithic spoons are quite rare and isolated occurrences and they give a few examples. One is something cited by archaeologist named john andrews that was published in bulletin of the institute of archaeology in nineteen seventy two. I could not find the full text on this but the citation is For a single instance of an artifact from the paleolithic so the old stone age going way back that andress interpreted as a spoon made out of bone for more solid evidence. The authors here site quote the earliest secure find. A pre. neolithic spoon was documented at a geometric kabar site of l. hamam which Which was context dated to about sixteen and a half thousand years ago or say sixteen thousand five hundred years ago. Roughly now I followed this up. I went to the study. They were talking about and this is a study by lisa. A mar called a unique human fox berryhill from a pre netwo- fiene cemetery in the levant jordan and this was published in p. l. o. s. one in two thousand eleven and this also was really interesting. So this is. This is one of the earliest examples known of a spoon in the archaeological record and it's being attributed to what is being called here. The pre neetu fee and culture now If you've been listening to the show for a while and the idea of the two fee and culture rings a bell. This is the modern name for a late paleolithic culture that lived in the levant. So think modern day syria lebanon israel and jordan and the nato phen- culture is really interesting from a historical technological perspective. Because they sort of show signs of practices that are associated with agriculture but before the apparent invention of agriculture. So a lot of things you might think of as associated with agriculture like a sedentary existence as you know remaining in one place for prolonged periods of time Things like cemeteries and architecture and certain types of culinary innovations all these things we think of as associate as as sort of stemming from the farming existence but then the new to fiennes showed some evidence of these practices before they had settled farming. So you might think of the two has sort of classic hunter-gatherers who had started making a bridge to the kinds of things we see in the sedentary agricultural lifestyle popping up in millennia later without technically planting crops yet or at least not doing that much Okay yeah so yeah. It makes sense that this'll be the type of people where you might find something like the spin. Which is we'll continue to discuss here is seemingly inherently linked with the ultimately it's widespread use with the with the agricultural revolution right So here this is another thing. You might recall the reason. It's come up on the show before we talked about the nativity and culture in the context of our invention episode on bread and toast. Yes so there. Was this study that we talked about. By iran's at all by published in proceedings of the national academy of sciences in two thousand eighteen and this was the bread before farming study which looked at evidence from netafim and cooking sites in jordan from about fourteen thousand years ago so again before there was really any signs of organized agriculture And they found what looked. Like the charred remains of breadcrumbs in the cooking sites. In other words it looks like these people were making bread before they were planting cereal crops. So this would have been harvesting grain from wild grasses and then dean doing the culinary innovation work of putting together these grains with other ingredients to kind of bread I think this would this would have been. I'm corn wheat. Which is a a wild strain of wheat grass and then something called The roots of club rush tubers and then also there were some other things mixed in the spices like mustard and trace amounts of barley and. It looks like what happened. Is they would make this dough out of these grains and then cook it on the the heated stonewalls lining their fire pits which is actually kind of similar to the way that indian non bread is made in the walls of ten durie oven today. And yeah so anyway. The the the context on yes so now to fiennes apparently being grain innovators people who were coming up with new and potentially revolutionary ways to cook with the the grains of wild grasses and of course that would that would mean potentially not only bread but breads sibling Porridges right exactly right So coming back to this two thousand eleven. Study by maar at all remember. This is the one from the The one called a unique human fox burial from pre nativity and cemetery in the levant. And so i just wanna read from the authors Abstract here so we can see what's going on. They write quote. New human burials from northern jordan provide important insights into the appearance of cemeteries and the nature of human animal relationships within mortuary contexts during the epi paleolithic period. So this is roughly twenty three thousand years ago to about eleven thousand six hundred years ago. Picking up with them in levant reinforcing a socio ideological relationship that goes beyond predator prey. Previous work suggests that archaeological features indicative of social complexity occur suddenly during the latest epi paleolithic phase. The neetu fiene again that sir. Roughly fourteen thousand five hundred years ago to about eleven thousand six hundred years ago these features include semitism so a settled existence cemeteries architecture food production including animal domestication and burials with elaborate mortuary treatments. So i think this is what we were talking about just a little while ago. The idea of Settled existence and showing cultural practices that we associate with. With agricultural societies. They write our findings from the pre neetu fiene middle epi paleolithic cemetery of unocal hamam demonstrate that joint human animal mortuary practices appear earlier. In the epi paleolithic. We described the earliest human fox burial in the near east where the remains of dogs have been found associated with human. Burials at a number of a to insights. This is the first time that a fox has been documented in association with human in terms predating than a toof- ian and with a particular suite of grave goods analysis of the human animal bones in their associated artifacts provides critical data on the nature and timing of these newly developing relationships between people and animals prior to the appearance of domesticated dogs. In the not too fiene. Yes so in these graves. The do find an example of humans buried alongside of fox and coming to the spoon in particular. There is one of these graves. It's grave eight which they say they find a spoon slash spatula that consists of quote a tibial shaft. Fragment from a red deer service. A- laugh us with one end broken a at an oblique angle and tapering to a rough point while the other end has been smoothed to form a shallow depression. So it appears. This is one of the earliest clear indications of a spoon in the archaeological record from this premature burial site. And this is so interesting I don't know sparks are going off in my brain. You might not imagine to find these things together. Some of the earliest clear evidence of a spoon and some of the earliest known. Burials of human with a fox buddy. Yeah like you're tempted to try and connect the two like it'd be maybe spoons or helpful for feeding boxes. I mean in the care of a pet. We do find ourselves using spoons. Oh i mean i gotta you gotta get the the food out of a can one way or another you got. I mean. we've got medicines. I wasn't trying to be that and the connection but it does. Yeah yeah. I mean i see what you're saying there is it suggests that there's some kind of a ferment. Underlying both perhaps yeah. Yeah but coming back to that. I study Stefanovic at all summarized other early evidence for spoons in the archaeological record Stefanovic bone spoons. Were also present in the not in Fourteen point five to eleven point. Five thousand years ago and in mesolithic europe in material culture of the circum baltic hunter-gatherers however the ubiquity in quantity of spoons in bone tool assemblages significantly increases in the neolithic period. Especially in the early neolithic of anatolia and the balkans and they are primarily a neolithic phenomenon. So once we hit the neolithic era There's agriculture spreading all around. Were in this final stage of the stone age tool set Spoon start showing up all over. The place in this really does appear to be connected to the advent of agriculture. Humans are living a more settled existence practicing both the farming of cereal crops and animal agriculture which importantly provides milk and Spoons are showing up all over the place. So what does this mean and to me gets into the even more fascinating part of the stefanovic because what it's actually looking at here is. The is the invention of the earliest spoons in the context of broader shifts in food technology agriculture and especially child care So as reading a good write up of the study by archaeologists and science writer christina. Kill grove on her forbes blog You can read that blog post if you if you want to know more but just to hit some of the points from it. The site that they're looking at here in in the study is grod star chaivo which is on the bank of the danube in serbia and these artifacts were discovered sometime in the nineteen thirty s in the nineteen thirties. There's roughly fifty small bone tools. That were found here and they were made out of cow bone were dated back to roughly eight thousand years ago or so. Which would have been during. The neolithic and previous archaeologists had suggested. Well maybe these little bone tools were used for scraping flower from grinding stones. Or maybe for maybe making some kind of markings on on ceramic pottery or ceramics in general. Or maybe they were somehow used in of kind of cosmetic use like applying applying pigments to the body your face or to clothing but the authors of this twenty nineteen. Study by stefanovic at all argue. Something different they say no. These tools are spoons. And that quote they were used for feeding babies and that marks on them can be connected to the usual mouthing behavior meaning biting nibbling gnawing and pulling of children who may up to four years of age mouth objects up to fifty times during one hour and they tested this by looking by doing bite mark analysis. They were comparing marks. Left on these bone tools to marks left by dental models based on The teeth of babies and children today and what they say is they found a match. The marks on these bone tools really made it look very clear that babies and young children were chewing on them. And that these probably were spoons used for feeding babies. And so here. I want to read a section from kill rose right up quote. The discovery of feeding spoons is highly significant archaeologically. In the neolithic time period there came a series of dramatic transformations for human culture. A more sedentary way of life. Thanks to the first plant and animal. Domestication this so-called neolithic revolution also affected the population structure reduced mobility a shift towards high calorie cereal foods and a reduction in the length of time that mothers breastfed their babies led to an incredibly rapid population growth and She notes that even though the demographic growth of humans during the neolithic period should be understood in a major way in terms of what mothers and babies were doing at the time this area of prehistory as often been under studied and i think that reflects a general trend in in the study of history and and deep prehistory is that there's sometimes not enough attention paid to domestic life in the raising of children yeah yeah. More focused on what the hunters were doing and so forth and so Stefan itching colleagues in this paper argued that quote. The increased number of babies in the neolithic demanded new daily life routines not only for prehistoric parents. But for the whole community. So there's this idea that maybe child rearing here became less of something that was just going on directly between The the mother and her own infant but became more of a community activity where other people could pitch in with things like feeding the babies and And so other there are some other things we can learn from physical features of the spoons. Apart from the bite. Marks one is that these bone spoons took a lot of work to produce Apparently experimentally maybe around twenty five hours of labor that it's hard to know again with these experimental studies like how exactly that would translate to original labor time in the stone age. It's clear they would have taken time to create. This was not just like something that was basically a nature fact. It took work so different from a modern plastic spoon. Where oftentimes you get it for. Free with the meal that you You purchased and then you might throw it away without even use it. Yeah yeah yeah. Every time that happens yeah. I don't recommend it. I'm not saying that's the way to live your life. That's where we are as a the disposable culture but anyway another thing about these. These bone spoons is that they. They represent evidence of infants being weaned on new types of food. This was new. This food was new technology. I know it's weird to think about it that way but i i think it really was. Like they were being weaned new types of food The implications are animal milk and ground cereal grains In the depressions in these spoons are shallow indicating that it was likely porridge that the the children are being fed. Here when they were making these teeth marks on the spoons and this also represents again quoting from kilgore here new kinds of organization of baby care given the new easy to prepare. Types of gruel probably allowed other persons to be involved in baby weaning so anyway this makes me think about spoons in a whole new light as like a crucial piece of technology in the development of human culture especially as this relates to What childcare consisted of and who could do it. Yeah because like you said. Suddenly they're more babies and you have this more of a like a sedentary locate localized lifestyle and yeah other people can pitch in. And and here's the tool that makes it possible. Here's the here's the culinary invention that helps make it possible in the form of the porridge which which is very much a creation. You don't find naturally occurring porridge in the wild. Yeah so this paper. I will say really blew my mind. I will not think about spoons the same way after this one doing taxes will. There are a lot of people out there who would love to do them for you. But we're not talking about tax specialists here. 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The spoon the little bowl of the spoon and the other hand. There's a skewer of sorts. You you might also call it the one time fork the half. Yeah yeah exactly. And but the thing is it's kind of a mystery what this was actually used for so it's thought that you you either You know flipped your spoon around and then use the spear to like grab bits of meat off your plate again using it just like a a one prong fork or and this is nate. It was used to extract snails So for digging around in there. Yeah so i i. I'm not a big snail Consumer never was. But i was looking around. I was like okay. you know. S cargo is a thing. It's part french cuisine. Looking around at utensils for that and there are specialized utensils for snail eating s cargo though it seems to generally revolve around tongs and narrow two pronged forks however looked a little bit more. My amazon search results are totally. Jack now is they're just going to try and sell me a weird or an atypical eating utensils now. But i do see modern seafood fork spoon. Combos they remind me a lot of the egyptian description. You know like their narrow with like a little spoon on one end and a thing. That's more like a a little shift on the other. That's used for digging around in a life. Things like craps picking crap which is interesting because that of course is something that is often done with fingers. fingers work really well for picking crab. If you don't mind your fingers being stabbed by tiny shell constantly. Yeah and just getting all nasty. Yeah that's one of the things. I always feel like I enjoy eating crab. But whenever i do i feel very self conscious because i feel like i look disgusting if my fingertips are all covered in that juice. And it's just all over the place. Yeah it's one of those things. That i i i enjoy for a little bit. And then i increasingly over it. Because but it does make me feel like a total hunter-gatherer like just like like just digging through the raw animal. It's kind of eating. That for me does not facilitate conversation at the table. You know it's like you don't imagine like sitting around cracking on a crab stimulating. Conversation is just what's going on is between you and the crab well and sometimes there's there's communication about the crabs you talking about the search for the meat and if you have younger members at the table it's about than the meat so i don't know but anyway as far as it spins go. I've also read that it. That spoons don't seem to have been really any use in pre-dynastic egypt so spoons came with the rise of the pharaohs so food would largely been consumed prior to this by handed the table which is still again a feature various culinary traditions But But you do see the rise of the pharaohs the rise of the spoon And you see some very ornate spoons. Emerging as well well something that i think emerges very early in human cooking and culinary traditions and is still a major feature of a lot of food today is the Is the spoon that is edible where you know. A lot of cultures focused very much on like scoop. -able breads that function as a kind of spoon where you'll have like a stew type food and then you'll have a type of flat bread or something that used to scoop up or stop up the The stew and then shoveled into the mouth and then you eat it as well. Which is i. Don't know that that's very appealing in many ways. And even that might be the cultural precursor foods you might not think of is very connected to culinary history like a nachos with nacho cheese sauce you know or yet dip it in the us an edible spoon right chip is i mean in a way. It's kind of getting to the idea of right. We have these grains. what can we make. We can make porridge. And we can make brad and then we can use the bread to eat the porridge genius. basic motif. You've seen a lot of different cuisines. And and i love it. I mean i love. I love ethiopian cuisine Use the the special bread and then of course. There's a lot of a lot of this in in various indian cuisines as well But yeah i think like you can find it pretty much everywhere like every culture that has bread or bread like product is going to have some sort of sopping action going on now views beca spins a fair amount of time talking about chinese spoons in particular the tonci. So this is. This is a soup spoon. And you've seen one of these before you've ever had had chinese food at a chinese restaurant or even other asian cuisines. It is a short short thick handle and a deep flat bowl. And they're really great for soups. They they hold more than a traditional western soup spoon. And at least in my experience i feel like it can be more stable and it can be more suitable for cooling for blowing on the soup. Maybe that's just all in my mind but but that's been my experience. No yeah. I know what you're talking about in verse. Becca article that she goes a lot into like the chinese spoon versus western spoon. And they all comparable. Are they really different. Things and i just referred to you that article for more of that but it's important they point out that the tang essentially means soup in this context but in the chinese usage its water plus lots of different things and it's a different apparently from a thick soup or a soup. That doesn't have anything like you know like a pure broth type of soup Each of which have their own words in mandarin its origins however and it's exact Designed seem linked to north chinese millet. Used in kanji with a lot like western porridge and gruel. We talked about this a good bit in our chopsticks episode because the more likely the earlier reliance on on millet. There's no use for chopsticks. Like what are you gonna do. Eat porridge with with six. No it doesn't make any sense. It's only as you move away from that and you get more into rice. They you see the rise of the chopstick. Yeah and if you recall from From our episode about chopsticks the earliest evidence is that chopsticks were originally used as a cooking. Utensil than as an eating utensil. Yeah and i have to say after we did that article i bought myself some cooking chopsticks And i i cannot go back to the old way like they're so useful when When i when. I'm frying things. They need to turn little bits of Say like Like tofu cubes or something of that nature when they need to turn those over in the pan and of course do so without being burned. I've just become come to really rely on those. I also really like them. For for situations where i dropped something Down into the the top of the stove. And i want to get it out before it is burnt up. I can reach down there real quick and grabbed them with my cooking chopsticks. Oh nice i mean yeah. I think having that kind of precision is something you'll see among a lot of cooks who were operating at a very high level like in in fancy restaurant. Kitchens a lot of times. You will see more use of tongs and and even tweezers. Oh yeah tweezers preparation. Yeah than you would in the average home kitchen. I think now. Back to to porridge. Though i we. We've we've already discussed the basics here. But i think it is kind of neat to think about porridge as the patient. Zero for all semi liquid foods. You know like cultures. Nobody really abandons porridge congee. I mean these are things that even the world. The word gruel has certain connotations but these are all things that if if prepared right can be can be excellent and if nothing else that can be a comfort food so You know they never really go away. But then we develop all these other things that are before age. Like right Things for which the spoon makes all the sense in the world. And then if you're taking then again if you're mixing things measuring things again it becomes increasingly important to have the spoon at hand all right. Well i think maybe we need to call it there for part one but there's so much more interesting spoon stuff to talk about. We've given ourselves the spoon challenge. We we dared ourselves to to talk about spoons for two whole parts of the show and and by god. We're going to do it. S right and we already have some stuff on the notes didn't get too but now we're gonna see what else is out there and i don't think we're going to be disappointed so tune in next time as we continue our look at the spoon a fantastic bit of culinary technology. That has never gone away. We'll never go away so tune in on thursday in the meantime if you'd like to check out other episodes of stuff to blow your mind and even invention You can head on over to the stuff to blow your mind podcast feed. That's where you'll find all this stuff on mondays. 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Talk Nerdy to Me for the Week of July 27, 2019

Talk Nerdy to Me

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Talk Nerdy to Me for the Week of July 27, 2019

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Technology Allergy had been to divert your common. The funny thing is it's actually like it's just it's fine but talking about trailers and talking about let's let's talk about the N._C.. You stuff first before we talk about trailers so I'm GONNA have to go in among these. I can't read this so I'm GonNa go to put on second. We're we're both blind. You might not recognize these like Clark. Kent can read it so less of a while. Let's the the Harlem Blind Theory or Adrian or Labor. Well Yeah I mean I know you knew later. Rutger Hauer Pass Away with seventy five years old and he was pretty much like. The ultimate comic roles I kinda early rules and then he became more of a B and c roll like streaming video shotgun. The shotgun was a great if you haven't seen Hobo with a shotgun check it out. It's it's like a futuristic listing apocalypse thing but it's it's crazy. It's crazy I look blue chef is actually really low but besides you're probably one of my favorite one. He's so hurry. When I was a kid I watched that and <hes> <hes> it's pretty much it's Rutger Hauer blind learning how to be like cholesterol recipes worker however that really bothers me up because that's one of those things where I grew up watching him and I mean I mean he was a blade runner but he was he's more great actor and Barry Puck luxury so so let's talk about the San Diego Comic Con Mc you release dates or the ways for everything the the things that are going to be releasing is you can? I guess we'll make dismantling. You can release the picture now <hes> so yeah that that's the release timeline. It's remember what was it like five six years ago when they released when they released last one when endgame was last one came out with ray or was it as far far from home with last one so now the releasing all the new ones and they were released you turtles. I know turtles internal just is not in any kind of a thor thunders one of them. Is that once again I think we talked about that last time that she's going to rule as he was a queen we've so she is technically the first issue openly l._G._B._T.. Character doctor strange blade and everybody was up in arms about their Shali ever it was up in arms about him playing blade and <hes> Wesley Snipes is all like look this is awesome for him and he even congratulated them socratic something degree but it's also one of the things that we're going to talk about that. When we see that first trailers we were to have a boy I duNno? It's like the hill boy one. I liked him in Luke Cage. I haven't I haven't seen the mouth he played the bad guy or remember when <hes> so I was telling you the I think it was yesterday or two days ago that Netflix ex all athletes marble stuff is not canon anymore than they're pulling all that stuff and so it is not the same universe so the point which really bums me out because of Bertha was punisher he he was he was a good punisher and I think I hope that that that I bet you can't really say that non Canon and then bring John Bell as punisher. I mean you get whatever you want but that it'd be like it'd be a little computer I but then again they also pulled all the E._U.. Star Wars use of extended universe as non Canon A. and then they bring stuff from E._U.. into bed so they can do whatever they want so but yeah a lot of lot of and of course they had hall age and they were just shuffling people in there they only had like an hour and they were trying trying to show like all these different day Black Panther too. They were talking about guards gal three Falcon the winter soldier the Doctor Strange Yeah Eternal mystery some Senate and expansively San Jose go to be eight more were based does his mysticism is kind of scary anyway. Yeah I use a blade black widow and Hawkeye Hawkeye and I don't even <hes> was even I think they something was going on attorney runner about going onto call interesting. I think they come to shuffle yeah but other than that I mean they. They're setting up this phase five Indians. You has a definite roadmap they got to D._C.. Hey let's try this guy. I yeah well. Let's put let's put Cyborg on Metro and I got picked up for these fit yes but it's also probably GonNa be on H._B._O.. Max Start to get smart and they're looking at Disney pool all their stuff together make any H._B._O.. Mexico's by mortar board of Media and one made is GonNa conglomerate in the D._C.. They own. Order brothers the means Deborah's internals watching Trimble now it's naked they could they could do something similar to that. They just didn't yeah so but I tell you something as soon as Disney incomes in October or November wait five hundred nine or seventy bucks for the year. That's a no brainer. That's I'm. I'm going to have to probably steal his or he'll still mind. We share each other's for good passwords it. It doesn't matter is going to be all. I bought a six pack together. I really have all your cable break it no no it's just just ring just log it yeah so sandy. We'll come MC YOU EH foreshadowing. It's going to be crazy. Yeah Oh Brandon Ruth Rid. This Bradford's going to reappear at the C._W.. As Superman right yeah he's already in this. They're over at Israel homer as like. How's it going to be but he's going to be a super? It looks like it'll be the tyler hopelink is still going to be superman from our neighbors. This is GonNa be like an alternate universe Superman. They're saying probably the kingdom come superman which is going to be pretty cool. Yeah they made the story line is good. That's one of those things where it's like. Okay because Brandenburg of course replies Superman some returns I any play in the thing is the reason that they see it was a no name actor. The new is because what what they Chris reason they wanted to do the whole reason because there's a reason was a no name too when they when they get him superman so didn't do as well. You know I mean I still watch it. The Earth Visit Superman and Superman man was is there a cool character but I think he's seen foreseen retake. Though nice kind of bigoted lost a lot of people there they knew with it. Okay what's next year rain the red rain secrets of Sinister House. Yeah that's the it's going to be a one shot coming out right before Halloween Batman Vampire Okay I did see the on your poster in the inner. Show on your showroom. That's that's pretty cool and the else worlds imprint. He's actually became a vampire. In order to fight. Dracula is as we thought it could be dragged as as a game well. What's what's the dream between Batman Being Vampire Man Bat? He's an actual vampire empire. Not a scientifically made okay thing yeah but that's cool yeah. I saw that I was like Oh that's pretty interesting and it looked very who's the artist on that one because I it looked very like it's the art is very macabre dark here it just never have at least it'll be at one shot and had to worry about that well. Is it going to be like four or five series run or is it. Just a one original killing in killing joke on the original was a trilogy which is going to be a one shot book just like Halloween story for Batman Okay <hes>. Let's see here Harley Quinn. What does this each cuco all the people there? The Harley Quinn's getting on DC easy. You streaming services getting cartoon. Oh wait a minute. I thought he's he's a bird's. Appraise new coming up yeah yeah Albina sakes esposito curses for breaking bed. That's cool wanted to the cocoa from from big name Big Bang wow she's playing the voice of Arley really that's interesting. <hes> Chris Maloney Bland Blake from from from happy happy while that's pretty interesting beater from Dietrich baiter Yeah Dietrich Baiter he he plays you know if you saw him yeah and I said Jason Alexander Seinfeld yes. He's playing a character to let a lot of big big names this acting it's hard to it's very adult oriented which I mean streaming the whole deadpool job or do you like the D._C.. Universe so that's that's got my d._C.. Streaming yeah so but you cancelled it. I might have to pick them back up. Hopefully the H._B._O.. Max where if they do that because I heard you have H._B._O.. Now I would be tended to watch it already also tonight because another streaming streaming services on all the different streams yeah I mean and we share services sue okay. Oh yeah this one so talking about trailer dropping bay drop the New Star Trek Picard. Art and that looks amazing and if you are a felony like us and you've been to the Anaheim Convention Center then you new car Bert well because a he actually he is one of the scenes jeans and he can post it right here. This is the front of the Anaheim Convention Center. I've been there many times and actually if you post another picture right here this is where she's fighting on the spares bets actually in the back side at the Anaheim. A couple of years actually took pictures of the first on Hunger San Diego Anaheim either been to the Anaheim and I'm was for dawn probably would <hes> celebrations celebration. You Wonder Con <hes> there's big time. There's a bunch that goes there but yeah so there's a there's a point where she's fighting. Somebody on stairs and I've actually been on those stairs so I don't exactly kicked him is exactly so every room because everybody all my friends. Hey this will be recognizable yet but that's super exciting you have data coming back with open date or not true we have we emphasise. He got it would sacrifice himself because he also also has his brother lower and that prototype fi four. There's a couple of years I mean they don't make one also droids so they're probably multiples open but they probably uploaded his consciousness into the computer may shared member yeah. I think think they're leaning towards saying is probably be before but he has a lot of Davis memory and before. It looks like you know I mean they'll get signal is a mole. It's just like you know getting robot but you also see seven of nine guests. Yeah that was which is pretty crazy. Oh Center like oh ooh across you caught that end with the Romulus circled around the bill or q tip yeah. We don't know if that's going to be prison. They're hiring. It's GonNa be exciting but of course that is on Dreaming Service all access C._B._S.. All access and I that's a that's why because you know how much viewership that would get if it was just on regular. I mean like it. The thing we were talking about before with Star Trek <hes> gobble visit the the new star Trek may rise the one that's on the one that's on all right yeah exactly right discovery discovery yeah <hes> so it's all access and I'm not gonNA pay six dollars for streaming services. Look I get rid of cable two years ago. I'm not really going back. I care about cable but it's one of those things where I don't WanNa. Pay another streaming service for what am I. What am I doing for Star Trek Discovery? I look I'm a star wars fan but I was always a star Trek Fan before I became a star wars fan I but I'm I'm cheap. I will not I I will not will they six dollars for that which people but the thing is like the whole reason that they that they're so popular is because there were or television anybody can see it and are they making more office. <unk> deals with sponsors been on T._v.. Because on T._V. Star Trek next generation he had a killer fall because I mean I can't find three people in a day that have watched discovery. I I saw him but <hes> but you know we were talking about Orrville on Fox Lawrence was on what he didn't want her to. That's a new thing next season. They're going to do exclusive something about I mean it's not like he's. It's new giving the finger to Fox just his schedule so what stuff I mean especially these guys contracts with fog <hes> to do like family guy and American says he's got some degree because it Fox agreed yeah yeah. You know you'd be better off doing it on Hulu. We do your schedule different. We they haven't programs about so far van yeah. Wow that's that's pretty interesting but I mean Orville is like this generation Star Trek. Yeah I love or will because you have to have a little comedy. That's that's why I like Mexican so much also because there was a little comedy in there because you can't always be so dry I mean it gets old and I think that's like the. He Space Nine Suffolk data. There was married try and it was like there was no fun into but yeah but that's what we're talking about. The oracle was on Fox. Everybody got the everybody loves it. Yeah he's been on Fox on demand probably wouldn't have the picked off but yeah so definitely a star Trek Picard definitely watch it. I don't know how I'm GonNa Watch it. I might have to die. Guy In Paul Rudd neither one of every age yeah here so Eluay's but thing is I mean he's probably in the seventies right now but he looks amazing. Mill you still and the funny thing is if he wasn't doctor Xavier for the longest time he would always be prepared to me. He is the only person the only person that hasn't signed my next purser yet. I've everybody else hey patrick Stewart if you're watching going into the messages and send me an autograph because you're the only person I literally had almost bribe somebody to take my hi poster to the Star Trek con to tell the sign it but he's going to this year and I'm like no stalking outside his canoe soy in this or the pusher yeah okay so up next I actually wanted to talk about this. Is All Elvis an original or picture movie or the movie so we're GonNa talk about smokers trailer for that. Yes they did trailer. The Sto- Piercer Prequel is okay a little spoilers if you haven't watched no perisher mortgage babies he's babies in there so delicious. It's about it's a it's like a class warfare. Okay the back of the train tries to get to the front of Trae in the further you go up the more ritzier and it's classified right well. This is supposed to start twenty years beforehand before starting what caused what 'cause all this cataclysmic role events that caused them to have to live on this training exactly and yeah so. I was a real big fan so I I really liked it and this is the Prequel on showing this is GonNa be a movie is going to be a show <hes> but don't forget where was on. I think it's on on that. I think it's T._B._S.. Recite that probably is one of those <hes> but <hes> that I'm kind of I'm kind of excited when his I think they're actually using the the same the same sets from the movie while I still exist. I would imagine <hes> I like the movie. The ritual thing it's the good thing is that it was something different and it was the same guy. Who Did oh got now? I'm not GONNA know Chris. Davis played the main the main guy but it's the same director as it was another like another Korean movies it was it was upgrading but yet that one's kind kinda super said just put us. No piercer prequel trailer at a has Elizabeth has the girl from McCain dream. What is that the girl from labyrinth <hes> <hes> the street eyebrows yeah? She's the main villain so or she's the she's the woman that controlling on to <hes> Jimmy men will Smith October eleventh. What is that is that that new will Smith Movie <hes> they took? I guess they cloned him. Amid a younger person yourself to try to perfect his killer so they had perfected kind. Take all the emotions in anger out of it but then he confronted they send declined to kill him as kind of that thing where they come face to face is like fighting yourself very heavy on action. Well that's good. I mean any aged will smith. It's like it's like the Logan. The age is the age and the age. It seems interesting. I'm kind of the previously you know. We'll Smith is <hes> the funny thing is is friendly. He's but the last I don't even the last thing I seen with him in the are you seeing Aladdin yet but what but the last thing. I don't even remember what the last thing I saw him for that. I could tell you couldn't tell you what he was. In the episode pounds. She did law serious movie. Eh seven sampled it was the one where he is homeless and stuff like that need solve the Ruby Q.. I don't know what it was banned tensions. Let's go for school. Skip this one because we we have a little bit more time left but not that much <hes> giving them pretty girls giving them head on right now prequels four thousand years. What does that mean engineers except for years prior to to the actual game of thrones? Well okay okay so that's interesting because then how would most of the houses for those don't exist I think maybe starks because they've been around forever but then well then then that's dragons then so they might we might have she have another another game of thrones with dragons. They're going to focus on how the white walkers came about best just river which would be Kinda cool. I'd like to see that whatever they can do to fix that last season did did you hear did you hear about the game of thrones panel at comic addictions with the two writers decided not to go with any catch. A lot of flack. Yeah I met ended in the frigate. People got booed shake-up booed. Could you imagine a whole cast that you spent so much time and effort eight years and just a season's just two years in between it's like ten years in and you walk out to talk about what they therefore. I think they're just people just wanted to complain about the game and they do them. They boo the actors. I was like wow eckerd rated yeah actors but you know if there was it's it's tally yeah. I mean look I. I wasn't the happiest with last season but I'm not going to go all like Oh. You ruined in a way it's it's the same reason to watch last season lost okay grandma's I did. They watch last season Sopranos. I the thing is I don't really remember so yeah. That's a bad that one's interesting because I thought that there is some of the actors going to the <unk> also. I don't know I'm not number four thousand years but it was in a thousand years or that or they have a Bam another thing coming up well. Let's talk about the last thing here since talked about that <hes> and we only have a minute or two the rain in has a came down for Avatar. Avatar is no longer the leader David Asterisk on yeah. It's it's the whole Sammy Sosa thing. I think somebody's juice in there so offenders endgame finally took over her box office. Now the I think the only reason they did that is because the re release yeah but after much will come out with new material was six more minutes of Nancy or six sixty seconds of the numbers foreseeing what Avatar did that now that's exactly what just about the same as if they if James Cameras F._M.. Really's Avatar and put in five more minutes of unseen footage all I don they would recoup their pants. They're working on sequels Avatar free sequels already. They're ready shooting in concurrent Reagan make that a marathon thing and play that in front of all right and that was the numbers you listen to James that you'd have that title back James. I Love Vendor then game but I think it was kind of crappy. I think look Avatar was great it was it's not original movie because you've seen those before her girl <hes> you know <hes> to John Smith but I think that's just the way they did. It was like yeah they did it well. It was a nice movie. It was revolutionary because there was kind of brought to the forefront of three and stuff like that but yeah I think I think the way that that it was a crap. They have the habit now and release Avatar and there's going to release every year seem right with Iran and all those little floaty. Oh yeah tape but yeah that's a bestest us for this week. 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Dart Against Humanity Ep. 73: American Dart

Dart Against Humanity

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Dart Against Humanity Ep. 73: American Dart

"This is Dr Adams. And you're listening to Dr Against Humanity on anchor. If you're not aware anchor is a podcast distributor and you can actually use the creation tools tools right on this at and you can record editor podcast right from your phone hand held device and your computer meaning desktop laptop. Not only that but we will actually distribute. Get Your podcast for you. So it can be spotify apple Google and up to thirteen different distributors. And also what you could do is you can earn money from your podcast with minimum listenership. That means anchor will take your podcast. Click one button and they will search for sponsors for you and and they will come back and that will give you an option of recording and like the one. I'm doing right now. So if you're interested in this and what you do is you should go. Download the free anchor APP or go to Anchor Dot FM backslash and just get started. I'm Dr Deadens and I am an anchor podcast one. What is the DART atoms? This episode seventy three Dart against humanity. The idea for this episode came from a discussion. I was having on twitter. Don't they all on. I was talking about a film. I'm cold primer and what primer did in terms of explaining time travel and revolutionizing how time travel was utilized in film and how screenwriters rethought how they utilized time traveling film. Anybody who's in creative writer. WHO's washed enough movies? Knows that one of the big issues with film since the beginning of time nine is when people started bringing in time travel as a device because again everybody is one hundred percent sure how time travel works and some people add extra wrinkles and then later some people say that won't make sense and then science shows up and says actually X Y and Z would happen and then somebody comes up with a new theory and then somebody comes along and tweaks it just the you know to create something. SORTA makes it better and easier for writers and we have all types of fantasy. Genre that utilizes time travel is a device. It's something that we use. You know it's a trope now so again. Most talking about the film primer and how Primer Revolutionized Lucien is time travel and it's how was written and treated and film and I even went as far as to explain that in the film Tom Avengers in game. They talk about time travel and they bring up a list of films. uh-huh did use time travel and then it ends with on Professor Hulk Banner saying that. That's not time travel works because you do this and this this and this happens in this happens so this can't be this ending. You look at Andt man he says so you tell me back to the future was bullshit. All the films that they talked about they did not mention primer. which was the main reason why people had to rethink how did time travel films primer summer? Super Independent film I believe the tagline was what happens if it works which was written on the net flicks. DVD when you rent it. I'm talking about back in the days when you went online netflix queue and got mail to your mailbox and you had to have one in two three four five films at a time. My brother and I did the five films at a time. We even had to thing where we knew when to send off our DVD. Sometimes we put them in the same sleeve. Tim Make sure they all got him. So we got the movies at the top of our Q.. Two showed up on their bucks that Tuesday when they dropped. We had down to a science I even wrote about it on. Poisons paragraphs brings me to my point. We were talking about. I was talking about this film and then Camino brings up eighty four brilliant musician brings up What that film did Primer did for Time travel coherence did for alternate realities. And how they're treated in film. Coherence is another independent film. That not enough people discuss a talk about that. It was super brilliant and introducing the idea of alternate realities and time travel and alternate realities all existing at the same time occupying the same space. And what happens if those people interact. Brilliant independent film came out Between two thousand thirteen two thousand fourteen. I watch coherence again at five o'clock in the morning because of this exchange we had about currents people like I never heard this movie. I've never heard this. You'll you need to watch it as like being on Peyote and you went on Peyote and the thing. Is that films like this. Make you question how smart you are because you think you got it. You think you've got it. You'd think you caught up then something happens and you realize Oh shit I'm lost. I love that feeling especially if it's done well. Now that being said coherent is an independent film. Underground film cult film. This is not a film that people typically talk about is rarely talked about primer very independent cult film. Not a film a lot of people talk about maybe the film independent Awards are back in the day so I used to get AFC IFC channel and they have the show called Alex at the at the Angelica wasn't it was pretty much a famous Art House Theater in New York and they used to like run down the list of all the independent underground films. The Sundance Channel also existed so on thin film. Independent d did the the independent award show anyway. What I'm saying is that I realized early on the there was a new wave of cult films? I say new wave because I'm old. I grew up to era of it was a big deal to have a video rental car in the eighties. A discussion I had with atmosphere slug and plain old bill and and be Dolan after there shoul it the House of Blues not to a couple of days ago and we were just sitting here. have an old man discussions about what it meant to have a video rental card and to dub to have to. VCR's in dubbed stuff and have your friends come over and and the movies that we remember from that ever like stuff sleep away camp you know we were just talking about all these movies like Rutger Hauer wanted dead or alive live stuff like that or how things changed when we got cable and how that altered the landscape of what was the Ah Colt movie to us so it just made me think I should do all episode about this now. I was so into this concept because it changed again at again. I said it changed on when people got cable. Because now you're going to video rental store and you're getting these movies that people may out of heart of from from companies like Vashon video key video. Cannon doesn't exist anymore are you know like all these all these different companies and you would watch these movies and they will have trailers for other movies and then you go to the video store and you go looking form or you go to the video store and be a Standi therefore movie you'd never heard of what the Hell is this or a movie that was in the theater that nobody we saw. But now it's coming out so now you can watch it now. You add that to a movie hitting Cable and coming on twenty times in fucking month and this is how you get to see the movie. You know there's different levels to it and oftentimes what happens. Is there to movies. Did Fall through the cracks that you see that you like you know how come more people don't know about this movie and then it spreads and becomes one or two things things in one circle it could become a cult classic but in another circle it could become a hood staple sometimes you can be both a perfect example The professional or Leon the professional the professional became both a hood staple and a cult classic. It was always on cable. It was a popular rental and it introduced a lot of people in the hood to music that they typically would not have been Up on a got a lot of people into sting through the shape of my heart which was already in a previous movie Three of us or some shit like that Please don't go. It was the the movie the head to head away Please don't go and the thing. It was on anywhere Venus as a boy by bureau was in this movie The reason why the shape of my heart was used on nauseous album. Is I guarantee you. It was because they saw or I heard it used in Leon to professional because it was that much of a staple moreover in November bird two thousand and seven my block started Poisons progress start in two thousand seven so November two thousand seven trying to come up with new things to write about the nobody else's writing about I'm going through because back in time those technology and used to follow like a whole gang of blog so I followed two hundred and fifty blogs on technology. I went through all of them to try to see what they were doing what they were doing. And what could I do the data do so I was like yeah. I'm going to write a cult films of the Internet Age List. Why because the concept of Colt film changed with the advent of the Internet? Matter of fact this is from November fifth Monday November fifth two two thousand seven darts twelve favorite films in today's age nineteen ninety-six on the phenomena cult film movie that is released and sometimes takes awhile a develop an audience a catch on is not a new occurrence. However with the advent of the Internet and information being made more readily available? This means that smaller films from overseas can now receive a worldwide audience. Independent films now have many more venues and opportunities to be seen and gain an audience as some of these joint start as outhouse arthouse favorites and gain an audience. It's through word of mouth. These are my twelve personal favorite coal films and Internet Age. Keep in mind that could have gone to one hundred easy talking about me here. They'll be another list. Believe it so so I did this to gauge. How people's reaction would be to because already knew I was going to do one hundred and I was just hoping that I got the opportunity that people went nuts for this so I start with fight club? City Guide old boy. Donnie Darko Lock Stock and two smoking barrels battle. Royale Memento the Boondock Saints Twelve twelve monkeys snatch the way of the gun macari is one of my favorite arms screenwriters all with her own Bach Moi tie warrior. That's what I opened with those twelve. Needless to say after I did those twelve people like Yo you need to do more of these and I was like I. I COO COO. I definitely. I definitely could do that So what I did was I just kept making lists I would do one every few months by they. Space it out between four and six months so I was just and plus I had. I was watching a lot of movies on net flicks. The Internet Internet. I was just people just sending me film screeners stuff like that so I was seeing a lot of movies a disgusting amount on these lists. I have everything from like takeout. Lemon Tree Food Inc Bronson carriers who. We've remembers carriers Spread Mon was big on moon and collapse Pandora my love Pandraud and black dynamite. which was is like a big film and underground chosen of invention which is an under a film? Nobody knows about about two Chinese kids from Boston. WHO LOSE THEIR MOM Stuff like the men who stare at goats the road. I was covering like the road because it was released is counter is a counter thing For the holiday season. You know like around Dom Tom Halloween. And it just didn't really do well. I had stuff like the Education Asian or Charlie Banks Vision nears which on a lot of people saw slingshot hip hop Explicit ills CASS. which I don't think a lot of people saw stuff like surveillance on crows zero so there was always just all over the place with this man? bomb system. The machinist record for dream nightwatch a thirteen NARC. I think a lot of people slept on a history of violence on the Devil's rejects twenty one grams buffalo. Sixty six which is still to this day. One of the most influential trailers ever seen in my entire life garden state which I love run. Lola run everybody. Saw could dealt hood children amend easily one of the most influential films in the past fifteen years but as I made more and more of these lists people just like Yo. He's really good. I think I'll put Fargo one one. Is that really a cult films like technically yes it is yes it is. I had stuff like Event Horizon City of violence enemy at the gates. Some are sandwich got really Suppressed oppressed because of the families. who were victims? They really didn't want that to be made as stuff. Like hoodlum loomed Brotherhood of the wolf bringing out the dead which which I saw working at the movie theater city of lost souls haven sympathy for Mr Vengeance dark city. Thank you for not smoking. Roger Dodger personal favorite the nest French film on the proposition. Spartan Martin which was shot right in my neighborhood is working at at CVs nice AC- Val kilmer and the girls used to complain about him being creepy Thumb sucker eleven fourteen threat which was getting updates about for three years as it was being made. I don't even think anybody can find that shit anymore on a man apart the the shape of things while a guide to recognizing your saints the nine Sunshine Signal The two thousand seven signal which is a favorite of mine Southland Tales which which I think is the textbook definition of a cult film. But I was doing all these lists I my I list in November. I think I did one hundred. And then people kept asking me to do more and more and more and more because I apparently seen everything so I was throwing names out like buffalo soldiers from two thousand and one high-tension or hot tension which I got got for five dollars from Europe as a VCD which there's dope iheart Huckabee's which was not for everybody The Devil and Daniel Johnson misses an amazing documentary rest in peace. Daniel Daniel Daniel Johnston The proposition was the nick cave film. Did I just feel like not. Everybody got hard. Luck is a slipped on Wesley. Snipes movie with him and Mario Van peebles Yo that movie back in two thousand six two thousand seven. My brother and I saw that movie buff fifty times. Haven't seen this since dude demane characters name in his lucky. Oh my God there's so many portable lines. NFL You need to beat once. Once my brother and I loved this movie loved the soundtrack we watched it to death and the thing is that I think it was like a year later when we both realized they they never said their names and the movie once we were so. I was so intrigued by this movie. I was so enamored with this film. It never dawned on me that they never said their names Resolved which is a film about on policy debate debate. I did mock trial debate. Try Policy to be full while I thought it was insane on rocket. Science is another film about on a policy debate the policy debate world. Yeah I think it's the first time in a Kendrick was Anna Kendrick's debut Stuff like the battle fajita cleaner. which a lot of people? Don't talk about Triangle and bruises. It's the Blix Blix Gomorrah eat mon- which at the time when I wrote this could kind of could pretty much disqualified as a cult film but now I think more people know about it where people just look at it like Fan this ain't Santa Coal Film. I had stuff like the code. Sky Infernal Affairs district beat thirteen pusher the original pusher from Nineteen ninety-six. There have been a whole bunch of different French versions of it. Made all over the world So many thirteen a thirteen Medi- It's been redone a few times amortised pedals sleepers which is actually one of my all time favorite films actually next to me and the original. DVD time and tide was a sweetheart film from two thousand Lucky Numbers Slavin which is a hugely underappreciated. The Colt Film which anybody who loves dialog and screen writing needs to get into fifteen years old verses which turns twenty a Zombie Film mm-hmm an amazing Zombie Film. Did I think people forgotten about Ichi the killer which I think that people people are aware of by now from two thousand and one irreversible. This was a movie that me in Combat Jack Regio say used to talk about because it was so so much of a mind fuck and it it it Pushed your buttons and challenged you because it was like. Can you watch this another movie. Like that was all mysterious. Skin and happiness and Takashi Miki is really good at making these type of movies. The visitor visitor Q on audition like can you handle. Can you just make this movie to the end. It's not necessarily about even being good. Can you make it to the end. It's Gangsta number. One which is turning twenty. I love that movie. We equilibrium which is another another joint That everybody loves gun cutter aggrement. What's the a grandma in cleric? I hated a tae digs at the time I saw it and I was like. Oh God this movie is GonNa make me this and the way to gun GonNa make me not eighteen digs like I should the believer from two thousand and one Ryan Gosling and Summer Phoenix. Some are Phoenix should be out of here. She should be regarded as one of the greatest actresses of her era or actors of our era. Forget about just that designation. But she isn't because no now she she like bell back from acting. But I have the jacket which is another filmed on. Did I love. This is in terms of time travel. I think that the butterfly effect gets shit on a lot. I like the butterfly effect and the jacket and people. Don't talk about it Gatica. which yeah I think is is turned into like a joke because people just like mentioned running scared though? I'm not a huge Paul Walker Fan but this is it's definitely my favorite pok film running scared break of course fifteen years easily. The the movie like I think established Homey And made people just like think that okay. He's he's got it. He has something but what also changed the home. The way we perceive cult films was sure we had net flicks but then we got red box. Then we had twenty twenty four seven Internet. Well we could people from overseas could find a way to seed or upload back in the days You couldn't just download download a movie easily. Sometimes they put up these things called portals and then they will put them in pieces so you download piece one piece two piece three piece. Four five six seven eight. And then you'd have this SOM- this program. Did you downloaded did chain linked all of those pieces uses and made it into one long movie which sounds incredibly stupid but we used to do it and then of course there was always you know Tom. You get stuff from like seeking the seeds and stuff like that so it was always that type of thing or there was a direct download that used to take hell along now. Download speeds are nothing because with the advent of rapid share and ex ex share and mega upload. All of those were started. Happening was Z.. Share was happening was people started getting on the four year membership getting the high download speeds so when they went online to these forums. And these places that you just had all the wears we call them all the movies all the Games everything. Everything was downloading super fast. So we had everything and they'll does back when back. Acne days from uses go to the store and buy an entire spindle of DVDs. I used to be. CDR's then CDR's just CPR's ars couldn't carry enough enough space so that you had to get the Dvr so DVD DVD ours so on you get the DVD ours ars just have a spindle pack and you just burn music and films on two of them so I used to have had those comic books full of comic comic books for the movies for everything. I actually still do but Israeli bananas that really like changed the whole complexion of the game for a lot of people but I stopped doing poisonous paragraphs I started a started up again. Best swordsman because on twitter. People would ask it means like Yo yo can you like think. GimMe Gimme a name. Something something I haven't seen before and our just give people names the movies documentaries and also you might as well do it again so always giving people names like of stuff like five fingers. which not a lot of people upon animated films like on Princess which I think almost nobody remembers anymore west? Thirty second Gone Zoll was a documentary about the life and work of Hunter S. Thompson the horsemen shake the chaser. The class which is a French film about A teacher then. There's this movie. Uncertainty to deals with them alternate timelines kind of like sliding doors. That movie that all the Girls Brennan when I worked at a movie Worked at the The video store tower records because they're all in love with Gwyneth. Paltrow anything when of was ended by now. She's the Goop Lady. She's a crazy lady now but all the girls it does rick anything with Gwen of Senate. It was gone but uncertainty is a movie. Did deals with like what happens if you do this. This or this happens on Pedal Coma pedal Dog Eat dog. That was Franklin F. R. A. N. K. L. Y. N.. That was another one. Did like kind of came and went between two thousand two thousand ten. A member was double Franklin by tells about the shooting morph. Everybody Remembers Fish Tank because it actually got press and it was like a media darling the assassination of a high school president That's one did like kind of flew under the radar on the vicious kind was a movie that intrigued me for the longest. Because I was trying to figure out. Where's this going? Where's is going and and then when the change happens to change over happens I was like oh you sons a bitches? y'All sons Oh business. I saw the devil which is big gone daydream nation. Which is pretty slept on Kat Jennings movie released slept on Alpha dog which is another another favorite cult film of mine. Did I just feel people. Do not talk about nearly enough I think everybody knows about Scott Pilgrim vs the world. That's not like surprising. Anybody follows the mentioned that one Noel Clark a big fan of from the okay. He's made a few serieses and stuff like that like And films like the Adulthood Kid dealt hood films which which I think. A lot of people are relatively up on. I don't know if they know about four three two one where he tried to Stretch the idea of linear storytelling and jump cutting and telling this story. This story this story and combining them all out a lot of people remember four three two one. It was like a British film. The he did in America happy. Thank you more please thank did Doesn't want people may or may not be familiar with unthinkable is a cult film in every way shape of the word Samuel Jackson carrying Moss. On home if you haven't seen it find it super super and what's the other one about America Tom I feel like super that film about America and assassination nation are all along the same home home the same old. They're like they push the envelope for the audience is the what day what they can tolerate a what they can do what they can take from film. Kill the Irishman. I actually watched that Islam to me. That's a feel good film to most people that are like what are you talking about. That movie's insane enter the void. Which I don't really recommend for everybody The man from nowhere air which I love. There's movies like the robber. Elite squad or Trumpet Throw Daily. There's only squad on enemy within in which is trump a daily to Submarine Thunder sold a documentary about the Kashmir stage ban. It comes back a desert performance. The heart warming is fuck Averni will follow Every day sunshine which is a documentary about fishbone. I think the last Kevin Smith film he made did I thoroughly enjoyed and actually liked gent genuinely without any trepidation addition was red state from two thousand eleven. He I don't think he's made anything since then made me like feel like it's something you absolutely have have to see Attack the block which I feel like that's the the film did introduce the world to John Boyega and now he's John Man. Yego the Devil's double pariah by Dr is on here is the home. Is the cult film. I don't think as a cult film anymore the raid redemption. I feel like at the time the Colt Film. I don't think it's one now. You know movies like exam exam which was on Netflix. Like is there any more definitely definitely a cult film film. I just feel like the idea. Of What occult film is or isn't his changed over time you know because we didn't have All the ways to screen a film on demand as we do now. The proliferation of the red box changed a lot of things You didn't have video. The meal is a method to get your own movies. Out there. The the crowdfunding adding aspects was his infancy. So you have like an era of film that you know from Dawn. Dawn is the cult film. attornal sunshine of the spotless mind is a cult film. Confidence is a cult film The ice was cold Ice Thing on camera exactly was called as a cult film on the cooler right. The the Cooler Occult Film Essex Boys Go from nineteen ninety. Nine is a cult film. crazy because there's one Doug Limon's earliest like examples like he can. He can get the job done like take. The man did Mr Mrs Smith and the Bourne identity but he started with going nine hundred ninety nine and swingers you know so Their stuff like one of my favorite films vom the early Zeros is better luck tomorrow. Justin Lin debt. One Ravenous was getting me Lord War which I loved is one of my favorite home. Nicholas this case. Nicholas Cage is a whole lot of films that I consider Colt all the weather. Man Lord of war on the film where he's in the ambulance with ving Ramos. I think I mentioned Earlier twenty days later is definitely I feel cult film intermission definitely cult film Wonderland I don't know how many people really saw wonderland they're going to have to go back and catch it. The life aquatic with Steve Zizou is definitely a like in in Discussions discussions for like a cult film. I just don't feel I don't know how it can be but it like as time passed you had to like reevaluate. What was occult film? You know because how people were introduced to film before versus now completely changed then you had to start re evaluating things individually because what was a cult film. Ten years ago might not be one now but in some cases does movies there were cult films. Five years ago aren't ones now just because the game is different and then you have to factor in documentaries like on dog town Zibo boys which became the lords of dog town. You know Skate Gate Kitchen. You know a lot of people have seen mid nineties which I thought mid-nineties will be better than it. Was it kind disappointed me This stuff like A band called death which is an amazing documentary. That not enough people have seen gene. And then you have to think about like our films weren't widely distributed in America from countries automatically considered cult. Films Downtown torpedoes. That's going to be a CO film contract killer from Nineteen Ninety eight ballistic kiss in brother from two thousand with ticket. Home beat Takeshi. Yeah she fulltime killer breaking news from two thousand four kill Zone S pl From two thousand five. I've tried election Flash Point from two thousand seven like these films films that not everybody's up on so it's easier to consider them in the cult and the colts sphere which is just nuts like enemy at the gates is considered to be cold movies like that did a weird super weird like the nines. I don't know how many people have seen the nines. There's so many different sub genres like iheart like on iheart Huckabee's dead. He's movies. That have these ideas vision. Nears that hard to grasp these concepts digits extra weird and they appeal to some people who like that far out shit like. There's a movie called London and I love it but most people are just like what the fuck is this about. It's about a couple. All they do is fight and they have a discussion once about negative energy in a study about the impact of negative energy. And they're arguing about the study which we don't I don't even know what's real about. They had this race out and they had the scientists talk nice to the rice and the rice. I state good. But they had rice in another room and the scientists talk shit to the race and just yelled the rice and screamed and said horrible things that are rice and the rice turn black because of the negative energy affected this inanimate object or this organic object and they're arguing about the validity of the study which neither of them even even knows really existed. Because she said she read it somewhere they don't know exactly where they read it but the whole thing. Is that the reason why I like that movies. Because it just shows you can have two characters onscreen going back and forth with dialogue old and it draws you win and the film. Is the film good. You're watching it. You want to no what happens next. You want to see what happens to these people. Isn't that the point of the film because there are a lot of films that people say are good. I don't give a fuck what happens to anybody onscreen so to me. That's not a good movie. Case in point heredity. Everybody was telling me Yo you need to see this movie. You need to see already. You need to see it and our in check out. I don't care what happens to anybody. I don't even want to see them die. Donald hate him enough to see them. Die On on care enough about these characters to waste any more time on this film. Don't care midsummer I needed needed to see how that ended after a did I felt I wasted my mother fucking time. I wanted a refund and I saw free because I knew thirty minutes into the movie. Oh I ain't going like this under forty five minutes into the movie. I'm really not going like this. I I knew fifteen minutes into the movie. The Black Guy shouldn't be here not joking. After the movie was over the last frame the last thing I see and I'm just like I wasted my mother fucking time washing this movie. I wasted my mother fucking time washing this movie. I'm angry sorry. I'm glad I saw it to the solid through because you know finish which start and I had already checked out on the director's previous film another another film but no I didn't need to see this. It was like la La land all over again. Why God why But I went to see a parasite several times love parasite there's so many layers is so dense there's so many things that you go back to win catch and you realize Oh. This is the moment this happened. This is the moment this happened there. So many Little nuance things to that happened with the performances by the entire cast so win vet films started winning. And the reason why bring it up is because parasite I would have been occult film but since getting all these nods and all this all these all this acclaim and people are writing about it more more people going to see it. It's no longer coat film anymore whereas in previous years it would have been because one of the criterion for being a cult films. Don't do well at the box office. This ain't a blockbuster but I can't a hundred percent consider it a cult film movies that I put on film `less five ten years ago it it. They're not cult films anymore. Blade runner used to be a cult film as a cult film. Now No it's a franchise is if you think about it. The first alien was a cult film. Aliens wasn't when you look at the way. The first terminator film was made. It was kind of an independent underground character. Based SCIFI I five film. That was a love story now. Terminator Two Judgment Day below that shit out the water. It was a blockbuster blockbuster in every way shape or form movies like loose I bring up loose for one main reason. I've been trying to find this film and watch this film for like a year now. I think it came out in November for rental but like a song Voodoo and Amazon. And all all these other things but five ninety nine. It's not available on red box. You can't watch it on net flicks and you can't find it onto Internet's it's what. How do you see this fucking movie? You gotta go by it. But there's fifty different ways to buy it but I haven't seen it but loose is going to be occult film North. I'm saying there's no way around it back in the days. The old art house films that we used to watch but like So you think about it. The movies that are well regarded regarded as classics. A lot of them were art house films back in the day that we used to go see like reservoir dogs bottle rocket. You know like thinking about that. Think about when in pulp fiction. I came out how was regarded. You know movies like True Romance fucking it's insane to thank the movies that everybody regards. As Great. The usual suspects snatch these were considered like cult films underground films but now you say somebody like fight club was a cult classic now people just think of it is just like you know. That's a film. Everybody knows no people walked out the movie theater. Uh when she came out you know I've mentioned this before I had it on. DVD people come on my God. You have it so it just bugs me out when I think of like How you think about Netflix Hulu Amazon? And now you have stuff like Disney plus is going join to affect a distribution for films and shows and how that's going to inform a whole new generation of what people consider slept on or Colt because there's so much out there there's hard to get above the noise so it's hard to have an audience even even if you made something with wide distribution but it's not the same way as this film came out and by a major studio and got buried by some of the films you know like no escape back in the day. No Escape Kim Law Cable Twenty Eighty Times in a week. I'm twenty times a month. We saw it requoted it. We recorded it on a VCR and all our friends saw it we got the DVD northgate to call classic and a hood staple simultaneously. What needs to happen for that to be a thing now? Like what are the methods delivery system to conveyance system. What are the steps to need to be taken A? What would have to happen for that to happen now? Like I know in order to see Dakota Skye. I had to get it on to see on Netflix. And then tell people about it and back when I worked at. Cvs what I would do. Is I would pull up on any of the entertainment magazines that reviewed new movies that were coming coming out or I would go straight to Amazon and see the new releases and I would go through them to see what movies movies. I had. Missed a what documentaries will coming out. I haven't seen Restrepo yet. No so it was. It was stuff like that. But now what do people do what steps upstate take. What are the what are the hurdles that they have to go through in order to see film and and is the fact that so much stuff is really available to him? Does that change. The way film becomes a cult classic or overtime. Can it change faster like might take five ten years but somebody for a movie that was considered a cult classic to stop being a coke classic now is just a general classic connect be fucking a year two years now based on wave wave stuff is distributed. So Oh that's pretty much my whole take today. I'm I'm just going to be the dude. It's watching all of the awards shows during award season and just seeing all these films that I haven't seen yet and all these people vote on them and just wonder how many of these movies are actually good. How many of these will I enjoy? And how many of them will become future cult classics or just generally accepted classics. So that's got y'all Two more before the end of the season and then Season five starts up by May First Two thousand twenty I think one.

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