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"stephen jeffries" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

11:32 min | 4 months ago

"stephen jeffries" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Got to ask you about Duncan because you won three championships working with Gregg Popovich you got a first hand look at what Tim Duncan brings to the table and you know maybe it's his personality and maybe it's because Tim Duncan was never got it was demanding of the attention he's hands down one of the best players I've ever seen in my life I think he's the best power forward in the history of the NBA if there's one thing you'd like to share with the audience of you know a perspective and you know something you experience being along side Tim Duncan for all those years what really stands out well okay I I I agree with you first of all I I think he's I think he is the best power forward to ever play the game I mean he's one of I say five words ten you can't keep them out of the top ten of all players who you know played in the NBA and what they accomplished it's funny because with all the games being replayed now right I do too specials last week one for ESPN one actually for San Antonio television and the one they they watched game six of the three championship when we beat the nets in game six at home and the other one was game seven in all five of the pistons when we also ended up in a home game actually but it was it was interesting because I did forget forget a lot of things you know eight as you get older but approaching senility here but that three championship watching the game it was it was unbelievable because was David Robinson's last game anyone out you know the absolute perfect way for a guy to go out he had a tremendous second half played really well pop as usual did a great job going back if we finished the game with Stephen Jackson and speedy Claxton playing the entire fourth quarter close to it jackets three big threes in the fourth quarter and speedy Claxton from from Austria and excellent guard played well puppet TP on the bench and he just stayed with the hot hand we were down I think it was nine points in the fourth quarter and one in nineteen oh one in the fourth quarter Stephen Jeffries does Stephen Jackson's frees were in that run but G. D. all he did was go for twenty one points twenty rebounds genesis and Adam on the stat sheet unfortunately for eight blocks turned out he had ten when they re did the watch the game master and indeed if they give one to David more than somebody else but get a quadruple double in game six clinching game obviously was the MVP of the playoffs but I mean I'd forgotten just what in in court I don't I think it's the best clinching game any individual ever had and it was you know that it was G. D. you're right you didn't want the attention a lot of coaches a lot of players say I really don't want to do interviews but as you know JJ from talking to us we'll talk all day and we're happy to do it pop in Jim Duncan have one thing in common a lot of things in common but I got one thing in common if neither one of them ever wanted to do an interview they never did an interview in their lives that would have been delighted and that was part of the thing with T. D. he was he's a private person in terms of let me outside in but if your teammate or if you're lucky enough to have your money on a team what he is he's such as great a player we said he's arguably one of the best to ever play the game I don't think arguably and he's a better person and he's a better teammate Vinny Vinny was a player and he has a great sense of humor so like you wouldn't know that if you want a spore if you weren't a teammate is if you talk to his teammates that's what they talk about the person Tim Duncan not to play play is ridiculous you knew we was going to block a shot or make a pledge he began to play in that game he blocked a shot need in black and white out of bounds saying wait he played the same way he was not fancy he tried to block the chipped it up in the air James I would himself dribble down the court and stopped in a top of the key jobs I never did that we were down five we needed a bucket in the activities guided to three I mean he's just he was that special a player but lit I honestly it's a cliche but he's a better person he was a better teammates and coaches in a remarkable they lose that two thousand and thirteen championship which they should want we know what happened in game six Europeans at the time five point lead I mean you play that game a hundred times with that situation the spurs are gonna win ninety six or ninety seven to come back to the following year and you know this your your basketball I for your sports life for coach for many teams they don't get back to that point because the broking mentally how did they respond well not only did the spurs respond coach they going to win in five games and smoke the Miami Heat the following year and I gotta be honest with you coach I don't know if they win that championship if they don't lose the phone yeah I mean I've never seen anything like it from like a revenge towards standpoint and all wheel drive the entire year that's what fueled and they were so upset TV in particular because we were watching bed and bed stands went small because they knew that Miami needed to shoot a three TV was on the bench Borse di I was in and people kind of forget about it they got to their back to back threes lebron hit one way Allen hit the there was some free throws in between there's a missed free throws made free throws by these birds I think modern went three for four in Kawhi split a pair actually late the really hurt them but they had two of their three point shots the one by lebron and one by ray we're both off on offensive rebounds and TV was on the floor and you know it would be you know we teach kids about it but you know he said it wouldn't happen if I was on the floor so you know they they went for a defensive match up with a good switch the pick and rolls outside and guards three better but they didn't come up with either lebron missed badly his first three it barely I don't know if it hit the ram but they got they came up with the rebound he was Chris bosh both times came up with the rebound and kicked it out and then brown knocked the second one down that was the first three and then of course everybody remembers the ray Allen one but that was often miss also we which people you know don't remember so it was a it's amazing but that the spurs use that as fuel the entire time the one thing they were never able to do was repeat they won in ninety nine when I think it was a rookie first or second year David was to determine David's taken down my next talk about a mismatch of Assyrians pizza the next patch like on the sideline what could have been they play they wanted no three one oh three against Jersey couldn't repeat we have the Derek Fisher points for second out the next year for the Lakers to beat is in the active members the semis at a conference finals I think was the finals and then we wanted all five against pistons six we lose to Dallas in the semis we're up to three the only way we can lose the game is if we file and unfortunately modified certain if it's you're going to the basket their kitchen and one scores puts the game in overtime and they beat us in overtime and then we won it again in seven against the Cavaliers for always sweep and didn't couldn't repeat the next year they never they were never able to repeat so yeah you know I wouldn't disagree with you if disposable one in thirteen which they they had game six they were once you know for two they were one and Miami scored I don't know that they would have a repeat again but I'll tell you what that losing that game fuel them folk like but I think from the time they left Miami arena AmericanAirlines arena after game seven I think that was always thought about until late clinched it the following year coach in all years of being a basketball it must have been surreal being on that Dream Team staff and listen you see all those guys come in and it's Jordan it's bird it's magic it's Patrick Barclay Ellis goes on and on I can't wait to watch these last dance documentary even though that Chicago team brought me nothing but pain and torture is a god grew up rooting for Patrick Ewing John Starks and all those guys but what like stands out to you in all those years now thinking back of what you were a part of with that legendary group of players being together well that summer was out you know it's hard to say I ever had two months more special then then that summer a week in Florida we started a UC San Diego practice for a week there scrimmaged against it really a lead college do you go to your college all star team penny Hardaway Bob early Chris Webber I mean so many great players scrimmage against them that went to Portland which a lot of people forget we had a qualified because in eighty eight we had not won the gold medal in Seoul was a different qualifying system in those days so we have a qualifying tournament occurs in Portland played for a week in Portland around four to July July early July in Portland and you know won all the games against teams in the Americas to qualify there we had a week in Montecarlo to get ready before we went to Barcelona and then of course the two weeks or a little less than two weeks in Barcelona the most impressive thing to me what is the professionalism of the players because it was a people forget it was a unique time you had a couple of elements in play there you had guys like Michael Jordan and Patrick and Chris Mullin who you mentioned who had been on the eighty four team already won a gold medal yeah David Robinson was on the eighty eighteen we lost it didn't win a gold medal and then you had a bunch of guys Charles Barkley and John Stockton come to mind right away who will light last cuts on a previous Olympic team so never got a chance to play in the Olympics many at Bertie magic in those other guys because in those days it was you know when it was an Olympic year if you happen to be in college that at that point it was your time to play if you didn't if it didn't match up the opportunity was god so that was the first time that they let the place the professionals play the NBA players play we had to score settle because we had not won in eighty eight and you have a lot of guys that just were licking their chops are to be a part of an Olympic experience and they just brought into everything Chuck Daly ask him to do and they were great the parade they practiced hard they played all right you go back and watch those games I think the thing that will impress you the most was the defense and the passing the unselfishness of anything we over past the BG shared the ball it was it was unbelievable basketball to watch how well we defended our well we shared the ball and how little they care about who got points for it you know it was literally one of those things you know always after day whether it's college or NBA when it when the managers of the ball point comes in and pass up the stat sheet you'll see guys grabbing statue to see what the dominant minutes they played here how many points they got I don't think it diluted statute the entire time that summer all aged about was the final score in the final score was so one sided every time we played in that you know it was good it was really impressive to see that level of player not take anything for granted and practices hard and plays hard is they did it was easy to understand and don't forget I'm ninety two I'm still at Seton hall it was easy to understand why these guys.

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"stephen jeffries" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

11:22 min | 5 months ago

"stephen jeffries" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Sure do you think yeah those girls kill form like Manson did like Charles Manson dead I don't know I think Corey Feldman just misunderstood at this point K. I mean that music I mean if I don't know if who's hot today I don't know if Billie Eilis put that song out it's a banger it's it's it's it's you know it's a chart topper seven two seven five seven nine one oh two five eight hundred seven seven one one O. two five a-live hi who are you Jason Hey Jason here to play today's game I am all right it's starting to Corey or erotic story how about do not disturb Stargate Corey in American horror thriller film written and directed by PC for me originally released on March twenty third twenty ten as new terminal hotel but was added for an August twenty thirteen DVD release three image entertainment as do not deserve star Stephen Jeffries as a man out to get revenge for the death of his girlfriend the film is also known for being one of the last film performances of actor Corey Hamm before his death in twenty ten nice job my good man your next one is going to be body high body high Laurie Corey a group of pot dispensary clerks runs into financial trouble but a new strain of marijuana may save the day and it stars none other than Corey Feldman man wow lords of the underworld I'm gonna go third start of Korea on that one my good man that is good for the film for you if you have a thing for Greek and Roman mythology you'd be interested in a hot heavy fling with the Greek god and you don't require much substance in order to do so that was an erotic story and we barely one that wants to do a live alone who are you we need to clap back yes Sir chart ten cent yes such a great name then I'm gonna give you a name and you're gonna tell me if it's starting to Cory or erotic story yeah Emmanuel that's a lot of stories the languages literary but the plot is minimal not getting in the way of the many ways Emmanuel explores her desire with men and women everywhere from overnight fling to a squash court to an opium den did you get to where you need to be on an erotic story not the books no but but I could win the manual movies were on skin a Max like the late night Saturday night's gonna Max then yes personal question here does well when you do have a time alone with yourself is it always with material or do you just sometimes you know reference I would love to be perfectly Frank I have not done that in in months months months but died but I when when need be like does the phone has a serial yes I'm a mysterious material I'm sure I probably got it done without material a couple times like in the shower or something maybe okay but I did that you know it's hard to reflect back all right my good man you got one in a row strand now we're gonna see if we get the take the tack in the dull how about she is too tall she is too tall starting a Cory or erotic story well Roddick stored in the glamorous and competitive world of high fashion Veronica Lamar now designs the clothes that she wants model runway starring Corey Feldman I'm sorry seven seven two seven five seven I wanted to five that the woman star the tall woman in that movie was Brigitte Nielsen if you've to go live alone who are you from the seven to seven hello that is built Hey what's up don how are you doing today when I don't excellent she just came in here to play our game absolutely the double okay the double O. K. is that starting a quarry or erotic story cinematic story my man it's a nineteen ninety three direct to video family adventure comedy film starring Corey came Nicole Eggert and Brigitte Nielsen food wow del appeared on back to back Nicole Edgar so your member her right a lot yeah I had this all the charts I had this movie when I was just coming of age and I really do mean coming of age I think it was called Amanda the alien and she was an alien to start the movie and C. like had to have sex with people and then she would eat them and I mean I wore that VHS out like it wasn't a **** but it was head heavy sexual nature cheat she was very pivotal in the young element of my sexual nature I get that on I saw the VHS is trying to make a comeback much like record albums record albums there's a reason for them to come back because with vinyl you've got the tangible feeling of opening up a record playing the record putting the needle on the record when the drum because like this and then reading the liner notes right and yeah there are those who argue that it is a more rich listening experience there's nothing that's good about the VHS except you got old obscure stuff that wasn't available anything anyplace else right I can't necessarily find the connection other than just nostalgia and feeling cool about watching something that looks all but I mean you're never going to get anything better like I don't think that same rule of a record applies to visuals that's the thing like I get record albums and and I'm I'm in the market to buy a turntable I you know I'd like the experience but VHS I've still got VHS tapes and I think I have a VCR somewhere and and I have zero desire to do anything with that yeah there's nothing you can really do that but but I mean I've just really started getting into vinyl like purchasing albums that idle current artist and and getting finals and I really do think it sounds better I mean you know I found my work for my garbage what for and I got that in I enjoy listening that more than that my sound bar or a Bluetooth speaker anything there is really a richness and different sound I just don't think there's anything to be gained other than feeling like your look you know living in the yeah Hey like you're you're intentionally depriving yourself of technology for a worse experience throughout a lot of low hi Sean J. son what's up buddy not much able to get all right I'm gonna give you the title you're gonna tell me if it is starting a Cory or erotic story how about watchers that is starting a Corey to nineteen eighty eight science fiction horror film directed by John has starring Cory Han Michael Ironside Barbara Williams and lala's slope man loosely based on the novel watchers by dean R. Koontz interview requests for dean Koontz today or yesterday and like I read is but like ten of his books and and they're all the same like they're they're they're all very similarly written well the only reason there is a you want to talk to now is because I guess in one of his books he wrote in nineteen eighty one he references the Wuhan four hundred you know see I I think it was like a CIA some sort of you know weapon that they use there was a disease that attacks the lungs adding that going around that's probably outside of Iraq out side of that I don't yeah yeah I like on a personal level there was a time when I would flip but and then I told my calls in a pro me if if you like interviewing the the the budget version of Stephen King like if I can't get Stephen King I'll take the budget version of Stephen King but but I'm gonna go ahead and pass on that touching on Stephen King you did not finish the outside area no I don't not so you know hello I'll just say that anybody thinks it's a slow burn slow burn your way all the way to the finale and it's worth it okay seven two seven five seven I wanted to five I've heard that from someone today at italiani Ashley all right my good man we'll go from watchers two thousand play foul play I J. ironic story I would say was very short lived series based on the film of the same name shall play in nineteen seventy eight so I Corey Feldman Corey Feldman sorry my good man shall play a very underrated movie I couldn't watch it on HBO a non really you're familiar with the movie why I Chevy Chase Goldie Hawn Burgess Meredith a python an albino Dudley Moore as a conductor of an orchestra hello what a movie I don't remember what it was about I just told you basically everything I remember about that movie sounds good it had a somewhat of a sequel in seems like old times which also starred Chevy Chase Goldie Hawn I believe Robert gill who played Benson and a very excellent Charles Grodin who I called Charles Grodin July who are you our current track I'm gonna give you the name of something you'll tell me if it's starting a Corey or if it's an erotic story okay Dr the foreign birds sorry to Corey my good man the thorn birds is a sweeping soap opera style romance novel and if that turns you on or if you're wondering why this book which was later adapted the one most highly rated TV mini series of the eighties hide your moms and grandmothers all of flutter I remember the mini series but but I don't I think my mom probably read the book my mom read a lot of books like that like erotic stories yeah and she's in the hospital I know I can't take on that role thank you a lot of love we should get her one in the house we show with Mike Hey Mike you ready to play our game yes Sir how about Outlander I would say sorry your court I would say the house wins today you're a son this filament book is for you if you're a sucker for contemporary romantic movies or rom coms you like the idea of a charming or meddling grandfather and you want to read or root for female protagonists who are independent and intelligent I apologize but the the house wins on this one today sometimes it just be like that seven two seven five seven I wanted to five and eight hundred seven seven one one oh two five I did read a fact that might put things in perspective when it comes your coronavirus fears about the flu and I think if you like if you're one of those were all gonna die people this is gonna really put things in perspective I hope next underground alive I want to tell you auto insurance today and hung out with the crew for a while and we're talking about different insurance concerns that people have first and foremost right now is a really good time to treat yourself to flood insurance I know I know it doesn't sound like much of a treat but it's one of those things where if you wait a couple of months you're gonna be playing catch up because it'll take about thirty days to write a new flood insurance.

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"stephen jeffries" Discussed on Around the World in 80s Movies

Around the World in 80s Movies

11:45 min | 1 year ago

"stephen jeffries" Discussed on Around the World in 80s Movies

"P. s. t. e. r. Dot net today. I'm going to get into the second of three part series looking at vampires and vampire films up the night specifically with teenagers in the protagonist role last week. We looked at the loss boys this week. We go back a couple of years with fright night. From nineteen eighty five fright night is is a film that is rated R.. Although most people don't remember that it does have Nudity Gore violence and language run times in our and forty six minutes William Ragsdale gets the main starring role Chris Sarandon. Amanda Beers Roddy McDowell. Stephen Jeffries and Jonathan Stark are also in the film. Tom Holland is director as well as the screenwriter.

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"stephen jeffries" Discussed on Poop Culture

Poop Culture

14:40 min | 1 year ago

"stephen jeffries" Discussed on Poop Culture

"I mean you really can't go wrong with with pet cemetery classic at a Shitty reboots as you mentioned that Yes yes that came out this year yeah very relevant. I have not seen the reboot. Has Anybody saying I don't I'll wait until it comes out on V._O._D.. Or something just watch it but I haven't even read anything about it so it must not have been amazing because nobody's like lower doors off and it must not be that bad because I haven't seen anybody crying about it either so I like I like pet cemetery so much though that it'll be hard to like it no matter what you know some of the especially the neighbor you know like I said the ground saw he was so the the guy can think of his name but he was Herman Munster he was so so he's what I think of what I think of that right right him getting his Achilles slashed Oh do it's better yeah yeah. No Fair yeah cringe man. That's what's his name Fred something right. Yeah Yeah Fred. Gwynne Fred Gwynne Yeah actually twenty story. My a mother-in-law has a relative who dated him in high school talk yeah huge cock huge now I know she said it was bigger longer and unfair. I guess it's a story that has gotten past down for generations gather around children. It's time to tell the Tail Grandma's GonNa talk about Herman Monsters Cock huge. I used to play Bass for Herman Monsters Cock and it's all right so we got pet cemetery. What's the second movie all right next? I'd like to talk about Robert. England's director Oriel debut released in America On march twenty four nineteen eighty nine nine seven six evil the title references the nine hundred numbers that were popular in the eighties nineties. The plot revolves around a satanic hotline that turned that turns the main characters spikes cousins hoax folks play by eighties actor. Stephen Jeffries into a satanic killer is in but you guys see an excellent. The film is a was a commercial in critical failure <hes> but it did see a sequel ninety one in Robert Englund himself self would not direct another film until two thousand eight killer pad which actually sounds way worse than nine seven. What does that about like Oh? It's about three guys that live in a haunted house. I think killer bad now yeah I was thinking it was like a killer like Maxi pattern these three to kill her bad and then someone shows open baby I was gonna say and then a baby and they have to sing knew it satanic him and then there's ghost of a boy who might have died in that apartment hanging around see it all comes back to the supernet. I would've worked C.. Three million the baby you could've shoved that one in here in two thousand eight who is still calling their place a pad. I don't L. dollars so fucking dated. Go Manual a couple of my pad suits and what same people that were calling nine hundred numbers. Yeah I guess so true well. I mean in eighty nine. Everybody is called nine hundred numbers Lisbeth out your parents permission because you're watching U._S._A.. Up All night and Rhonda Shear is going to the break and it's all those remember the pick up the phone all the other women dancing and crap. We want to talk to you hot singles in your area area WanNa talk to you and they always cranks the audio on those so when it comes to commercial you had to turn it down because mom was going to hear what the fuck you're listening to. That was the worst back then you know you probably lost your remote and you were fucking. Doing everything Manu's US literally everything manually. I miss you all night. That was the greatest thing literally kept me up all night. That's actually what got me into shitty movies that the the <hes> Jack Up Rigs Yeah Job Jackson Yeah Awesome Serafini when we do for Patriots we call them up all nights and we have around this year at the beginning in welcome in for another episode of up all night. A majority of my movie collection is from that show yeah right because you've seen all these horrible but a lot of them so bad they're good movies of those days and he took they took a lot of chances. There's a lot of silly stuff. There's there's even the bad stuff. Is Kinda entertaining like deadly prey not on that level bed. I'm talking like second site bed nine seven six evil bed so you're meeting the nine seven six evil is bad so this is Kinda easy for me. I think I already have my mind made up just because we had this discussion. I don't think it was on the show might have been aside conversation that we had before after show and we talked about the Blair witch and I it's just amazing how movie that has sixty thousand dollar budget and just really great marketing made a sheeting ton of money and then spurred off all these copies for years a matter of fact. They're still doing it yeah. In twenty nine hundred ninety they're still trying to put that formula together fighting again but as big as that movie was Blair witch socks yes some itary on the other hand is a legendary horror film and one of the few Stephen King movies that the ending isn't total garbage garbage and then you hear that up with nine seven six evil which that's not the strongest movie so then you kind of have to go back and look at South Park bigger longer and uncut and for me. That's where South Park jumped the shark South Park. I remember when it first came out. I was in college. It was appointment viewing when it came on. Everybody went to their rooms as soon as the episode was done. Everybody's dorm room all opened at once. We all fouled outside smoke a cigarette whatever talk it was the only time when everybody went back to their dorm rooms and then the movie came out and after that it's like well. There's nothing they're going to be able to do. That's GonNa top this because it was shocked humor so for me anything after the movie I didn't really care for that being said I still have to give the round to Mike with pet cemetery over bigger longer and Uncut and the Blair witch project. I just think is culturally significant as Blair witches and South Park was still pet cemetery is still legendary in my eyes and nine seven six evil not the best movie but it definitely has a place in horror horror. I think it opened up a lot of different for nine. Hundred parodies like one nine hundred parody. It's like what you're saying. It's one of those movies. There's nothing special about it but it's one of those movies in that up all night joe bomb on Briggs era that we all really love those movies Syria give I don't know man Joe Bob's Reagan or an up all night movie versus South Park. It's that's a tough sell. The just I don't see it I could see pudding pet cemetery slightly ahead of Blair witch blur which you know went on for so long you know how to Shitty sequel you gotta give it props on having a sequel but it made a ton of fucking money and just spurred off all these other movies. It's hard for me to neglect that does not look at that. So you WANNA go with Brent on this round. I do Ooh see and I say Mike on this round so if we split the difference in each give them a point. We have a tie actually yeah let's do that. Let's break the tie right here. You guys just we'll give you a miniature to look for a third movie to break the Thai. How's that yeah because I think it's so close it? I see it both ways so let's let's go to third movie. We'll wipe out these. I two ready when you are. You're all right. One verse thirty found it I had it. I had to look back up to remember what it was but I had one that I went back and forth on if I was GONNA put it Internet all right. Let's go to Brent. I then all right so supernatural natural. I this was hard. There was a bunch of movies so I almost put this one in <hes> I didn't but the six cents by him. Yeah remember I see dead people you know and that started that whole twisty turny you know and back when Haley Joel Osmond didn't look like he had a weather balloon for a head <hes> four yet aids is what happened Walker and yes yes exactly and I'm talking about his character in Texas Walker Ranger. Yes exactly no Geez. It's okay I have AIDS Walker told me I have that's what yeah just such a fun movie the first time you watch it though it's awesome and then after that it's Kinda run for you and then m night Shamlan movies you knew what you were getting into but that one was that slow-burn where you didn't know what was happening and you didn't realize <hes> that the reveal was going to be the reveal. The the question I have Brent is going into this round into the movies around <hes> we're in a supernatural battle. Why did I pick what you picked South Park because it's still on television and had Satan and I figured you would look at it and say Oh my God like image on all these movies that went to crap in South Park is still a juggernaut that's making money hand over fist twenty years later and has had multiple movies so I just looked at that is like that was the <hes> to me okay? I I agree with that line of thinking no. He didn't agree with that. I understand it. It makes sense. I know a lot of people that didn't like the six cents I was also going to throw in. I was going to throw in the Matrix was my other one to which you know and she there are so many movies. I didn't know which way to go so I went with yeah and the Matrix another one. The sequels were terrible you know but the first one was great and you know but then I didn't know if it really went into supernatural or not or if it's just A._i.. Hi and shit like that one is a little bit washable great movie questionable but you pull out niece that one so I'm interested as you Mike Scott for this now hopefully not ghostbusters too so this movie called second site. He's he's in the detective Biz with a psychic whiz. John arquette is in it that really well honestly man you my other. There's he was going to pull out ghostbusters too. I actually was going to pull out goes musters to what I mean. You've got the there's other things but I don't think things like the abyss are very appealing really and then like fucking. Have you seen the alternate ending to the abyss. It's heaven I haven't I I would. I'd probably I would watch watch it and you'll go. Why do they not make that movie it yeah it changes the whole tone so much better yeah?.

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"stephen jeffries" Discussed on ScreamQueenz: Where Horror Gets GAY!

ScreamQueenz: Where Horror Gets GAY!

06:30 min | 1 year ago

"stephen jeffries" Discussed on ScreamQueenz: Where Horror Gets GAY!

"Ed. Or a k a say him Ritter. Sam redder yet. What you don't know? Yeah. This is actually kind of the tragedy of Hollywood in the eighties is Stephen Jeffries. He had a Tony award nomination. For the human comedy, which he did with my dear friend and also fell scream Queen from CLYDE Barker's night. Breed and Bobby. Okay. Yes. Then he went to Hollywood. He did have help us. He did this movie whole bunch of movies nine seven. He was the lead. Right. Wasn't even fraternity vacation. He was the lead. Manda Burs to they were they were partnered in they were boyfriend girlfriend. That's right. And then he disappeared. Shortly after this. And the next time you see him ten years of gay porn. Under the name Sam Ritter idea. Yeah. Of course, you wouldn't you wouldn't I didn't know either until the late two thousands of visiting a friend in LA. We went to some bar, and there was like porn on the TV. I guess you can do that. Now. I whatever, Mike. Okay. And I'm not watching. But I heard this voice. Let's say Stephen Jefferies has a very distinctive voice. And it's hardly laughing the whole time. No. But he sounds like evil. Ed the holes at oh. Your cock is so. You know, you went from fushing Tony award to porn because in the mid eighties in the height of the aids crisis. If they got a whiff of gay off of you, you were blacklisted. Yeah. It was a whole different ball more patent and happened to a whole bunch of people. And that's that's the sad part of the thing. And I guess we can just keep my on a whole lot. Of course. More gay allegedly riding McDowell Ryan, absolutely I adore Roddy. Mcdowell so much guys in general was wonderful. He was I I don't know. There was always something about what Rodman maybe wanna hug him. About him. Also was I mean, he was part of like Hollywood from a young age. So he was like he kind of spanned the decades also movie fan like he loves film in general. So he was very knowledgeable. He collected memorabilia, which a lot of it is now in the Hollywood museum in Los Angeles. And so he was also not only a movie star in the thick of the business. But he was a fan of film and wonderful actor is great in this. He almost went to jail for that. Yeah. For collecting the FBI raided his house Bryant Seventy-three to confiscate all of these films that heads just they had a tip off for copyright infringement. And all others. They confiscated, you know, hundreds and hundreds of movies, they turned out to be movies and home that he bought from Errol Flynn's state died. So he legally owned, and he was transferring them to another format like newer film to preserve them. But somebody said he'll he's selling them. Any almost went to jail for that. Yeah. He never actually came out as gay. But. For said, he was whether he was or he wasn't I adore Rodham, Adele, still do, and I think this is one of the best one of his most charming performances really really else, and he can tell he's having a great time. Like, he's lovely yet. He is also moments of like, there's a great moment, which we'll talk about later. I think, but we're he it's very movie a very moving moment that he's just performing all with his face. I was just going to say this is one of the few har- movies that make me cry oddly time at one point three. Yes. We'll get to that. Yeah. We'll get to that. We'll definitely get to that. Okay. So I was having a movie so yes, so Charlie starting to suspect that there's a vampire next tour. I love the whole scene is opening scene when he's in the bedroom with Amy. And she just really she doesn't wanna have sex finally decides. He does he's totally oblivious. Yes, it's because he's too busy watching the coffin getting loaded into the creepy house next door, and it's funny because you know, it's typical I think they stopped using it around the eighties that the term making love. Yeah. It's weird to hear teenage love. Yeah. It was really strange. Seventeen at this moment. Believe about yes, you're. And there's a moment where they talk about how he's been been together for a year. Now magin what two three four nights a week there together and he's trying to get her sleep with him over and over again. And then finally at this moment, she decides. Okay, fine. Let's right now. A year in the making the blue balls, and he's like, you know, what? Look out the window right now. Instead 'cause he's like the ultimate hardener because Charlie is the harder. They're watching fright night on TV, which is their local horror kind of Elvira sort of hosted by Peter, Vincent. I think it's weird that Peter Vincent is his name. And also the name of all the characters you played into movies. That's the thing at one point. He says, it's not even my real name. But I was like, but isn't your character your the actor? Yes. Very odd. Yes. Yes. Just accepted IM. Peter Vincent all forms. It's a clean, Peter Cushing. And yeah, and actually Vincent Price was originally approached to do the role, but his health was really bad at the time later in his yeah. Yeah. Yeah. He was going downhill, and actually I it would have been cool to see him in this. But I think Roddy hits levels that Vincent, I think so too. I think Ryan has those that Vincent what love is in price too. But I don't think he would have seen kind of pesos to the character. I think it would be more like the way this character was played in the remake which we'll get into. Such on that later. Okay. Oh boy. Yeah. So funny. The poor girl the poor girl. She's finally decided yes. It's finally time. She's laying there just broad like Kate. What's? Shirking like governor. I'm read enough at nothing. He even showed up with ribbons in her hair, which you can.

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"stephen jeffries" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell

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"stephen jeffries" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell

"He's a goes there's another goes that he talks to with subtitles who lives across the street faulk everything about this from fucking moved i i i hate the scott damn thing i've never seen a scene of f streaming on amazon it's uh i've liked the directors other stuff kind of it's just kind of it's a real endurance test the bad movie uh with some interesting visuals okay all right uh i saw you're so cool brewster what it's a documentary about the making of the original fright night all kinds of famous line in the movie uh it was great it was fantastic they interviewed everybody they got everybody back fucking stephen jeffries you played evil ed the william what's his name the plays the main guy ratty mcdowell's in any because he died but tom holland the director and writer amanda is it purse from married with children who played marcy odd beer spilled year says she you know she she plays the romantic lead in the film uh and it's actually her face on the posters with that that like deranged female vampire faces her uh as great it was fucking great it was a great nostalgia documentary streaming on shudder right now you can go check it out uh if you're frightened fan i'd say definitely check it out it's just a great it's just a great uh really fun documentary for the fans and it was cool hearing tom holland talk about why he wrote the movie.

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