18 Burst results for "Tom Atkins"
NEAR DARK (1987)
"I'm really looking forward to seeing halloween. Four k what's gonna be amazing. I mean i have the thirty five anniversaries thirty fifth anniversary and they had to. Yeah they had restored the The print and they did it and thx. and it looked fantastic. So it's going to be right. I think so. Yeah yeah yeah. Yeah speaking of halloween before we before we leave. Halloween are and. I don't know if i've ever asked you this are you. Are you a not a fan of three. I three i really do. i do too. You know it has nothing to do with the series but Right i like tom. I stand alone movie. I thought it's you know it was great. I mean but i like it with the whole silver shamrock in the song in the mask and not the greatest movie. But i like it. Just it just works for me for me to fear in it. Yeah yeah that whole you know three days to halloween. it's we. It was good. I loved that good. If tom atkins was not in the movie. I don't think it would work. Yeah i really. Don't i just like him as an actor and he really adds a lot to the move and he's the dad and creepshow correct. Yes
"tom atkins" Discussed on Reel Chronicles
"They're they're seen in week three where they show the trailer for Halloween with and I and yeah I actually really liked this because Jianye like one of my favorite scores of all time is a Halloween score. During that scene there is like an intense mowing going on between I forgot the main guys in but Ted Atkins. <hes> Tom Atkins are protagonist right having this conversation with the Halloween score playing in the background of the commercial which I think it's still fucking pretty brilliant because you know but going back to Christmas point like I remember the Halloween three trailer because when I really started getting into the Halloween through because I was one of those when I was younger I was like for some of us a Halloween three. I was like <hes> like twelve or thirteen. What the fuck is this shit? It's the one you skip and it's it's the one you didn't own yeah. I think I started to change when I was like eighteen or nineteen and then I progressively just started liking more and more more the trailer to Halloween three has the Halloween music as well see like that's just that's just a cash grab one hundred percent as a Hollywood cash grab and I always one there'd be people J._D.. Directed the director fully amidst like during the Halloween convention he was that was all because a universal was on that released then is like a lot of the issues with Halloween had to do with the way universal show some market they the the people behind the movie that we're working on did not want to even didn't even really WANNA call it Halloween three. There's a lot of speculation they were like they want to go with the whole the somehow the season of the witch they wanted to go with that and then universals like no. It's fine like we'll we'll make people understand that it's different God and like they nacer. They solve smart materials in there like no. Oh people aren't going to get this different. They're gonNA like they're going to do and a lot of people did feel. They gotta be the Tokyo Drift. Yes I also think I think to the Hefer the hate on the Kashmir moviegoer when they you know they think they're going to get something or not. The hates abused by feeling betrayed and the betrayal leads vitual hate for something and like you know we get that with so many movies third one until like showed me. I always wondered right because I always watch it on A._M._C. so that it was always like Halloween Halloween two four and then five and I was always like why don't they ever play three and I'm like tasty Granola what where's three like where is it and I just like and then I had never seen it until we actually went to the convention and we met the actor. Tom Atkins and then days like oh you gotta watch it and then I watched. It and I was like like it's fun. It's very campy like it's just a fun movie. It's not you know but then you're watching. It and you're like yeah. This has nothing to do with Michael Myers. Everything's going to be divisive now nowadays yeah their opinion actually really matters when when we saw hereditary last year we have this exchange like we'd both we loved it. I'm like oh it was so good. It was so good and I remember when I do the box office. That's always see the cinema score. You got a D. plus. I was like damn there's GonNa be a huge. You'd like to snag between us and then everyone else like just to not for like and I couldn't even tell when I saw it in my screening. I felt like people enjoyed it. When I went to go see that same with mine terry but like Yo talking to people later they were like yeah garbage like they just went on some people who can compare it to them seeing mother for the first time they thought it was like that bad for them and I was like I feel like I was Washington? You feel if you're watching something completely different when other people have that reaction. Here's like wow I just. I can't believe he didn't like it Niagara Twain the people like then you like you're coming off snobby trying to like explain why you think is good in white you should like it so I'm always careful that now device F- friends or like manually saying that because you're on the film and like Eisley Shit that's not boring what they say like this kinder's amy for our and a half and they they want nothing more than that and that sucks because sometime. I love current climate that we're in 'cause we're always talking about like Oh. I want them to make original ideas. I want original and then when you get original stuff so I kinda understand why Hollywood's just like well he made money so we're going to go back to the sequels and reboots whatever which sucks but <hes> I'm not good good discussion any last words Ryan Chris on this now. I think that's pretty much covers Ryan. Yeah I really I really can't add much more else. You guys covered it all our guy so that pretty much wraps up for today of G. You'll be covering Senio COMECON next week and can't believe it's already I know and hopefully you'll be reporting that face for is officially here with the list of movies ever going to the community will be. Let's go sixers the movie. Let's do it next. Episode is our hundred episodes so we will have some fun stuff going on that episode so say as long as spun as Hashtag. Nobody gets laid on a date or direction scraped the moon. We can't really miss on this absolutely on that all right so for this week for chronicles see you later kids by piece..
"tom atkins" Discussed on KOMO
"Of the two-night democratic presidential debate in miami investors will pay attention and general mills reports earnings lots of cheerios all right thanks jessica twenty-five past kevin cars here with the usual mid week batch of new releases for personal video viewing see one new movie there and looks like a lot of material for collectors good morning michael yeah you only see one recent release and that is the aftermath which is the the loan the actual that's coming out this week it's a historical romance drama stars cure nightly as a woman who falls in love with the person who runs the house that that her family has commandeered in the in the wake of world war two during the reconstruction of germany but that's if you just want the admiral's you've got a whole bunch of vintage releases lot of colts stuff some harm movies that have come out in the in this week that that you've either not been able to get you get a special edition including david lynch's lost highway and henry and the angry inch comes out on criterion collection there's also some horror films the new york ripper which is full cheese slasher movie the green inferno which is a more recent film ally roths cannibalistic scary movie night of the creeps one of my favorites sort of campy movies which stars tom atkins as a police officer fighting army of body controlling slugs from outer space and then finally the twenty four hour party people gets another re release on d._v._d. and blu ray j i feel very uncool this morning's i hardly recognize any of these names yes some of these are cult favorite some of these are kind of really from the more obscure section this seems to be sort of a slower week for the releases and for some of the big releases that you get that as you lead into a big holiday like fourth of july but you can always find some interesting of scarce stuff that that i always find more interesting at times than the actual big ones thanksgiving car but i still feel uncool twenty-seven.
"tom atkins" Discussed on Sword and Scale
"Police began searching for the missing ten year old issuing an amber alert, Adam told investigators he believed the fire in the backyard was started in order to distract him. And Eliza while someone took Zara possibly mistaking the home for that of his boss. But remember that had been nine hours earlier the dad claimed to have last seen her the night before at two thirty in the morning. That's fifteen hours before this call was made. Can you imagine going fifteen hours without noticing that? You're disabled daughter is missing. And that note from earlier that morning, the one found in the car near the fire. How do you get a note like that saying we have your daughter with the cops at your house because your whole back yard is on fire and. Not pop in your daughter's room for a second to check in on her all day, even if it's a dress to the wrong person. How is that not a thing you do almost immediately? Clearly, it doesn't take Colombo to know that something was off but investigating officers. Also had a funny feeling about Adams general demeanor in a situation that would lead most parents to the point of near panic. He's saints star. Sirius star. Two days after Zara was reported. Missing hickory police chief Tom Atkins held a press conference. We are running out of time folks, the longer this thing goes, the likelihood this outcome will not be positive. The problem was no one really knew. How long's are had truly been missing. What we're saying is we don't have a timeframe to to put this girl in that house while the investigation began Adam told police he had just seen his daughter at two thirty AM on the night before the fire started. And when the ransom note appeared quickly that story began to own Ravel. Remember, Adam told the nine one one operators. He only saw DARA when she came out of her room. He ended up telling investigators he couldn't remember when he last saw DARA in the two weeks prior to her going missing two weeks without seeing. Your daughter Adam claimed he hardly ever saw her do complicated work schedule believing. She was in good care with Eliza police say time is running out in the search for ten year olds. Zara Baker the little girl suffers from bone cancer. And one thing that's making the search difficult is that officials aren't sure how long she's really been missing before we speak exclusively with two members of her family. CBS news correspondent which Johnson has the latest on the story from hickory North Carolina whit good morning. Good morning to us or a Baker was actually home school this year. Police say they haven't found anyone outside immediate family who has seen her in the past few weeks is now been three days since she's gone missing. We still know little about what may have happened to her family members own Elissa side came together to help search for the little girl pry that will find her and should be okay. Because that young was the best showing you can ever ask for. Yeon don't you just love North Carolina in any case. The search took investigators to an old residence of the baker's applaud of land with rows of single wide trailer surrounded by a heavily wooded area. They were just start sitting in the wood areas to the left of Soviet here. Residents within the trailer park noticed something out of the norm. When particular night right before Zara had gone missing. It was very recently the parents of Zara or stall in the neighborhood it was after dark. Been those neighbors began to detect something lofting from the woods where Adam and Elissa had been..
"tom atkins" Discussed on Movie Crush
"Although it's not quite as bad. You know, these days because they don't film everything there. But yeah, that's like Pasadena. Yeah. That famous hedge a friend of mine, or you guys might know Matt Gourley, he does the James bonding podcast and another movie podcast called. I was there too. And he'd have heard of that. Yeah. It's where he talks to sort of. Like the fifth or sixth person on the call sheets of famous movies. But he has he's a big Halloween guy and lived very close to that that street or the streets where they film that. And took a great pictures of the famous hedge where you know, Michael standing there. And then he's there one second then behind the Bush the next, and it's all it's all still there. That's the stuff that makes the movie like the the best part of Halloween in my opinion is not actually like after the murders. Start. It's all that stuff in the first half. We're Jamie Lee Curtis is, you know, she's in school or she's at home looking out the window or something. Yes. See him for a second out there. And then he's gone and the way the way those shots interact with the music is just so perfect. The music. Also makes that move out for sure. Yeah. That's that's probably my favorite part about about Halloween because I don't think it's really my favorite carpenter film. It's probably not even like my top ten carpenter film. It's not even my favorite Halloween. Oh, yeah. Halloween, three. Yeah. That's what Noll told me. Yeah. I haven't seen that one. So I know that one it doesn't feature Michael Myers in. Well, it does he's on TV Seymour characters are watching the original Halloween. Okay. So what's the deal though? It's about a horror mask company. Yes. But also like a techno pagan conspiracy kind of ambiguous goals in mind, perhaps world domination or maybe they just want to kill all the children. And maybe I should just explain the plot to you. Okay. So it's got the the old man from RoboCop. Remember, Dan, O'hurley, the head of the boardroom Detroit has a cancer cry that guy. So he runs a company that you find out over the course of the movie got like Tom Atkins and Stacey Nelken Tom Atkins like masculine kinda like strawberry blonde. Burt reynolds. I don't I I would probably recognize in the fog. Have you seen the fog? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. The like strawberry. Blond moustache guy in the fog. Okay. Yeah. I know. Yeah. So he plays like a beer swilling surgeon with a nagging ex wife, and so he he ends up going with this young lady to investigate the death of her father in this town in California and the town is like this. It's this weird fascist town. That's run by this company that makes Halloween masks that are enormously successful and every shop in the country's gotta have them. The kids are obsessed with them and the air these TV commercials that play the song over and over Robert can using the saw. Well, yeah, it's happy happy Halloween. Halloween Halloween to the tune of London bridge the wants the movie's over you will be singing it for years. And so they find out in the end that Dan O'hurley. He's goal is to you skipped over something really important. And that's the fact that there are androids. That's Dan O'hurley. He he's got a factory full of like like thugs that are androids in three P, suits what? Yeah..
"tom atkins" Discussed on WTVN
"A war hero. Not that far on the Wikipedia page yet. Five minutes. The nineteen sixties get there. But. Ask you this question because you both both have the same thing. Like, how do they how do they make a Spiderman movie, and I'm not as I mean, Jack is like, you know, it's sorta like gets visceral thing, well, Jack is Jack only rolling rides a high horse. But I like to look down. Yes. How how many times have we heard about like, maybe they make like a joker movie? They are making a joke. Okay. Well, isn't that same sort of thing? Oh, you're against that team against it as well. Okay, there there wouldn't want to see a lex Luthor movie. Yeah. You would know why guy was starring in. It is still Jesse Eisenberg. No, no, he's gone. So they did a TV series called Gotham, which was all which is going to focus on all his gallery of rogues. But guess what? Bruce, Wayne, still limited he's nine. But he's in it. He's just waiting for for that fateful night. At the opera. Here's the thing was superhero movies. Everyone likes to lump them all together. But the reality is marvel studios not marvel as in x men and venom, for example, which is owned by Sony or the rights are owned by Sony moral studios. Iron man, the avengers. They're the only ones who've really figured out how to do superhero movies everybody else's randomly grasping at straws. And occasionally get one that clicks deadpool's a great flick. But that's just because they did it. Right. You know, it's not like they have this dead polls cinematic universe that they want to make do, but you know, mortals universes. The only one that's really knows what they're doing. Kevin Faguy runs that he knows you need a DC has been a disaster for a couple of years with the exception of wonder woman. And then then you've got all the like this reminds me a little bit of when they did the amazing Spiderman and they were trying to make their own spider, man universe. And then they stopped after to move way to those the ones with. Andrew Garfield was indoor. But there was a reason for that. I feel like you, and I had that conversation. It was somebody was going to whatever the studio was was gonna lose the the copyright or something unless they made more Spiderman movies, and so they decided to reboot the whole thing. Mcguire is told to hit the bricks. Yeah. But they they rebooted it, and then they wanted to make other movies. Like, what's who's the? What's the not the ridiculous six? But it's the sinister six. Sinister six spider-man's. They six of his six. It was bad guys teamed up to form their own super group. Yeah. The end of the second movie, they kind of tease that. And then it never happened, and then the Sony hack happened, and they're like, oh, my gosh, we need some money. So let's bring Spiderman back into the the marvel cinematic universe. Don't they also tease it though? And yeah, they did. Okay. That's that's the. Yeah. And when he's walking through like us Corp tower, whatever they've got all the. Yeah. I know what you're talking about. But that's the thing. And everyone's tried to boot their own cinematic, even outside a superhero movies. You had Tom Cruise trying to do the dark universe with the money. And that thing fizzled before got off the ground. Yeah. Everyone wants what marvel has. But nobody is willing to put in the time and make four movies that are really good. And then finally tie them all together. And no one's willing to listen to the nerds. Yeah. Marvel listens to their nerds. I think next weekend will be do you think next weekend? We'll be big with the with the Halloween movie coming halloween's going to be going to be big, right? It looks really good. I'm excited to see it. I'm seeing it Tuesday. I so no Kevin. I am not a fan of horror movies. Yeah. No, no, no. When I watched horror movies in the eighty s I watched horror movies in the eighties to see naked women. Okay. Because they were always in. Now, you have the internet the internet has. But but I and I'm married jump scares. Don't jump scares never. Really scared me. I can't suspend my disbelief enough to really enjoy a horror movie on the level. It's supposed to be enjoyed by the spider man villain. Yeah. That that's that's more believable to me. Four is more believable to me than Michael Myers. So, but, but I like horror movies set in space like horizon or alien or something like that horizons a great, so, but I got to say I saw the trailer for the pet cemetery remake now and that looks. Yeah. Fantastic. Really? I'm I'm not one hundred percent sold on it. I really think they'll John Lithgow. I don't I going from going from garp to to the Fred Gwynn's character. Well, that's the thing. Fred gwynne. Fred Gwynne was so I can't I can't not have Fred Gwynne in that movie. Because partly he has at Maine accent. He's like us. Yeah. Away from the road. To tell you. I'm excited about the Halloween movie. Yeah. So it just it just picks up from the first one not the second one. Yeah. Even though Jamie Lee Curtis was in the second. There's a flow chart out there on the internet and everything branches off whereas Donald Pleasants. So this is literally in a deep grave. Hollywood movies. He's in the he's the I guess the first one there was only three now. He's in the first three that was Tom Atkins threes. I think this one looks really good. And I saw I saw Jamie Lee Curtis. Do a couple of interviews this week something's wrong nurse. She's not on our activity, and I mean, like an icon Konya away. Wrong with her. She's out there. Maybe it's too much activity. She gets a little spastic. I watched her I watch with Jimmy Kimmel was an eight minute interview talk till like six and a half minutes in. She's always been like that. And she's trying to sell this movie is like people wanna see because the trailer looks good. The trainer will escape. It's a slasher flick. We haven't had a good slasher flick and a while and she's trying to every time. I see her talk about this movie. She goes it's about trauma. It's about trauma because everyone's talking about trauma right now because of everything in the news, and so the character I play went through all this forty years ago. Well, she's over her life. And and I'm like shut up. It's like a scary guy. You do battle. No one's like jeez. I wonder really go. See somebody's somebody's theory on trauma and as. Elm streets about the horrors of burn victims about a manicure that went awry. It's about graphs, and how far we've come. She has no idea why people are interested in her movie. Like, I just tell me a lot of people get killed while jumped bunch time to do those do those. I mean, do the actual what they say in the interviews actually matter or is it just that they show up and then Purdue, but usually they don't say things about the movie late like usually they just go talk about something stupid like they're they're Somerville. Are what they winds there into what did you do for summer this year? Oh, we went off to amusement park. And silly thing happened to me. But I mean, this new movie, here's a clip. Thanks. The film, but she, but she's talking about the movie and makes it sound horrible. Even though it looks good. Who knows I wanna see Halloween the sequel to Halloween. Yes. This is Halloween. Yes. So Joe will you see you see the Halloween remake in the theatres of the same way. You saw that mission impossible movie. I saw the mission impossible movie. You don't believe that? I saw him. I should lie.
"tom atkins" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast
"But I do think that he was looking at projects to feature his wife. She would also be an escape from New York, and they would have a working relationship for the next couple years. He brought a lot of people back though. I mean, if you look at the names that I've come to know, not just from Halloween, but I think they started their but co writer, Debra hill is back. Yeah. Debra hill was his former girlfriend. So this was a source of tension on the set that the new wife was getting notes from the old ball and chain. And taking Curtis basically suggested that it reminded her a lot of her parents divorce that she said that, you know, I love Deborah and I love John, and it was just awkward to see them on the set which had numerous problems. But yes, populated with many carpenter, he had like a whole gang. That just like working with him and Tommy Lee Wallace is here in the special effects guy, rob team chirp, and Tommy Lee, Wallace's wife, Nancy, Loomis who I think she only acted films that Tommy Lee Wallace had a part in. She was the star of us on precinct thirteen and did supporting turn in Halle, of course, Tom Atkins, we have loved him since Halloween, three right. Well, I know him better hunt Secker from Lisa weapon. But yes, I always forget that he is in these movies. Yeah, it Tom Atkins definitely came out with carbon. And in fact, this movie was inspired by the same story that apparently the fog and Halloween, three have Stonehenge connection. Both stories were conceive shortly after John carpenter, and then girlfriend. Debra hill visited Stonehenge, looked out and saw fog and the distance and said, wonder what's in that. That would be interesting to explore the movie. What if we made the killer the fog and I do want to point out something that's cleared now that you pointed out Arne we've covered a lot of carpenter something that comes up again and again, that just crystallized for me now that we've reached the fog as carpenter likes faceless villains, if you think about it, the gang and salt on precinct thirteen. Michael Myers is referred to as the shape and we don't see his face liquid Satan and prince of darkness, the alien that change shape in the thing, Christine. A car with a possible spirit. Yeah, he's fascinated by the way evil can manifest, but that we never see the evil feels like love crafty and touch or a dead, growl in Polk kind of touch. And it's kind of an interesting theme here now that he's going to actually make fog the stand in for evil, that may be the most amorphous of all of them. You gotta think Stephen king's just pissed right, settle for the mess. What he obviously wanted a fog and who wrote what I the mist was actually, I published in nineteen eighty, but he, of course, knew carpenter. They'd go on to work together, but it Casin I always forget. He made that honestly, I know that your go to earn, but I always forget that one has Oranje. It's what I had carpenter sign when I met him. I'm going to talk about the fog already. How about a plot summary..
"tom atkins" Discussed on AP News
"Quarter comeback by Tampa Bay to defeat. The buccaneers thirty to twenty seven books quarterback. Ryan Fitzpatrick threw for four hundred eleven yards and three touchdowns. But was intercepted three times in the second quarter to help the Steelers score twenty three unanswered points and build a thirty two ten lead. Ben Roethlisberger completed thirty of thirty eight for three hundred fifty three yards and three touchdowns including one for twenty seven to Antonio Brown. Brown knew it was a team victory was telling put together a best game coming here. You get a win against great opponent. Great today. Still the Steelers are now one one on one on the year while the books take their first loss after two wins. Tom Atkins Tampa. President Trump says he has no intention of meeting with Iran's president while they're both in New York. Maybe Washington correspondent saga megani reports. Trump said in a tweet it won't happen during this week's UN meeting. The president says there have been requests, which he did not detail nonetheless, he says he has no plans to meet with asandra Honey at the UN his tweet came after Ruhani himself ruled out a meeting Telugu NBC news conditions are not ripe for them to talk. President Trump says maybe someday in the future they will meet writing. I am sure he is absolutely lovely, man. Saga megani? At the White House. Gemini is looking to sell a secondhand surveillance drone to Canada, it's cost the country more than seven hundred million euros. The defense ministry said Germany had decided to begin concrete negotiations with Canada for the sale of the euro hawk aircraft to ground stations and possibly certain spare parts Gemini ordered the Northrop Mun Global Hawk variant in two thousand for us for long distance reconnaissance missions, it later cancelled the order because of skyrocketing costs and revelations that the prototype wouldn't be satisfied to fly in Europe. The defense minister at the time acknowledged in two thousand thirteen that the train was a write off telling lawmakers, it was better to have a horrible end than a horror without end. According to the government's latest response to left party lawmakers the drone has already been demilitarized. Gemini isn't currently in talks with any other country or organization about the sale of the drone. I'm Rita Foley. With. The AP news minute. Top Senate Republican Mitch McConnell bricks. President Trump's embattled supreme court nominee. Brad Kavanagh will be confirmed. We're going to be moving forward. I'm confident we're gonna win. Confidences he will be confirmed in the very near future. Bill Cosby's spokesman calls his sex assault trial, sexist and racist Cosby's in jail now a sexually violent predator under the law DA, Kevin Steele. Finally, Bill Cosby has been unmasked, and we have seen the real man as he's headed off the president. President Trump leads the UN Security Council meeting today in New York after telling world leaders yesterday, the US gives way more than its share around the world, but few give anything to us. That is why we are taking a hard look at US foreign assistance, new figures show that Burke yellow SIS is now killing more people around the world than any other communicable disease. One point three million people last year. I'm Rita Foley, more news, right after this when posting on most jobs sites. You get candidates. I'm the sales director the sales driving sales director you're looking for. But when you posted indeed dot com, you get the candidates just right for you. I'm a sales director with an MBA over ten years experience. Who's also fluent in Japanese..
"tom atkins" Discussed on AP News
"Brown knew it was a team victory was telling put together a best game. Coming here and get a win against the great opponent. Great today. Still the Steelers are now one one on one on the year while the books take their first loss after two wins. Tom Atkins Tampa. Gemini is looking to sell a secondhand surveillance drone, Canada, it's cost the country more than seven hundred million euros. The defense ministry said Germany had decided to begin concrete negotiations with Canada for the sale of the euro hawk aircraft to ground stations and possibly certain span parts Gemini ordered the Northrop Grumman Global Hawk variant in two thousand for us for long distance reconnaissance mission. This it later cancelled the order because of skyrocketing costs and revelations that the prototype wouldn't be satisfied to fly in Europe. The defense minister at the time in two thousand thirteen that the train was write-off telling lawmakers, it was better to have a horrible end than a horror without end. According to the government's latest response to left party lawmakers. The drought has already been demilitarized Gemini isn't currently in talks with any other country or organization about the sale of the train the coal powder. Offers of Instagram are resigning chief executive Kevin systems said in a statement that he and Mike Krieger plan to leave the company in the next few months. Gregor is the chief technical officer. They founded the photo sharing app in two thousand ten and sold to Facebook and twenty twelve for about a billion dollars. There was no reason given for their departure. But system says they plan to take time off to explore their creativity. Again, Instagram has seen explosive growth since its bounding with an estimated one billion monthly users to end, two million advertisers. The Senate and Cavanaugh, I'm Kim McGuire. The AP newsman at the Senate Judiciary committee will be in session Thursday to hear testimony from supreme court nominee. Brad Kavanagh professor Christine Blasi Ford who accused him of sexual assault when they were teenagers. Many also plans a confirmation vote Friday and GOP leaders indicate they will keep the Senate set in session through the weekend for debate impossible votes on cavenaugh majority leader Mitch McConnell, we're going to be moving forward. I'm confident we're gonna win actor and comedian Bill Cosby has been sentenced from three to ten years in prison for drugging and sexually assaulted a woman in two thousand four many other women also accused Cosby the same thing. Attorney Gloria Allred calls it a long road to just fairly three accusers of Bill. Cosby and today, Finally, Mr Cosby was sentenced Cosby is the first celebrity in the metoo era to be sent to prison. Tim mcguire. More news right after this when posting on most job sites. You get candidates. I'm the sales direct sales driving sales director you're looking for. But when you posted indeed dot com, you get the candidates just right for you. I'm a sales director with an MBA over ten years experience. Who's also fluent.
"tom atkins" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Can you tell us more about how officials are making the call whether to force people to evacuate or allow them to stay where they are that can be a really tough decision of whether or not to order an evacuation, you know, the path and intensity of this hurricane can shift from our to our as you look at projections. If you don't make the call soon enough the results, of course, can be catastrophic and there are also risks to evacuating too soon. You can have too many people moving too quickly at the same time that can overwhelm the roads. And with a storm this big it's kind of hard to know where to tell people to go I talked to rate whole, he's the former director of coastal resilience research at Old Dominion, and he pointed out that heavy rain is expected in inland. Areas to you go west you're basically following the track of the storm. Because it's actually going to be I think the rains and flooding is going to be worse west of nine ninety five. So what do I go and in North Carolina? Governor ROY Cooper made the unusual decision to evacuate barrier islands along the coast. Here was his advice to residents of those areas the waves and the win. This storm may bring is nothing like you've ever seen even if you've ridden out storms before this one is different. Don't bet your life on writing out a monster. Sarah, how are people who live further inland? Wayne this decision where it may not be as clear cut whether to stay or go, right? There are a lot of factors for people to think about medical needs family concerns pats. How storm-proof they think they're home is I've talked to friends and neighbors here in the Virginia Beach area, and they're all making different decisions. And I have been juggling reporting on this storm with helping my spouse sort of brought up our house as much as we can and take our kids to a safer place. Some people quite frankly have nowhere to go. Hotels are getting booked up. Not everyone can afford hotels, and with so many people living in these areas that could be affected. There are just so many places people can flee from the storm. That's NPR's Sarah mccamman reporting from Virginia Beach Virginia will let you get back to boarding up your house. Thanks stave. Thanks one group that's particularly vulnerable during a storm like Florence is the elderly we've reached Tom Atkins CEO of. Leading age in North Carolina. His group works with retirement communities that includes nursing homes. Welcome to the program. Thanks. I understand you were in Wilmington North Carolina today. Can you talk about what it looks like in terms of people getting ready? Sure, there's quite a bit of angst in the air right now, probably best captured by the fact that if you don't have gasoline by now, you're not gonna get it. Lots of folks who are boarding houses and businesses fan bags being filled. And I think the just the sheer magnitude of the storm that's on the way something that we haven't seen at this level since nineteen fifty four North Carolina has folks on edge, which if you think about a person who is in on nursing facility. And who has lost lots of independence and lots of ability, and you've magnify angst that you or I would feel we were in a situation by thousand times, it probably doesn't approach how feel about what's about to happen. So what's involved in evacuating a retirement home facility or nursing home facility? What are the things that the managers have to take into account, first and foremost, it's the safety and security of the residents who live in that community and at the end of the day, if that immunity ten knocks to the best of their ability with the knowledge that they have guaranteed at safety and security, then they're going to look at whether or not evacuation makes sense. I was talking to a colleague of mine who has been in this field for about twenty five years and talked about the magnitude of the decision. Because the times in the past when he's had to evacuate on average. He knows that he's gonna lose one resonance because of their acuity level because the stress that's involved because of that new, and so it it really is a decision that nobody takes lightly, but everybody trains for and practices for and studies for year route if for some reason people decide to shelter in place, what are the kinds of things that they need like what kind of checklist you have a skilled nursing facility is going to have checklists that are born out of both the regulatory environment that they operate with them and just humanitarian environment that they operate in. So they're going to be things. Like, what's our water supply? Like, what's our power supply? Like, what's our food supply our medications, what's our staffing level like, Tom? What's your biggest concern right now? Now, the biggest concern that I have is the length of time that the storm may laugh oftentimes, we concentrate just on landfall, and what we know from experience is that just the issues that nursing facilities face extend well beyond when the storm leads because you have issues surrounding water and power, and that's not happening in a vacuum. Everybody else. Look the same kinds of issues. And so it's it's trying to figure out how over the long term. You're able to position folks. So that they can keep people safe and secure and one of the ways that we do that is to reach out to other of our communities across the state who volunteer and say, look, I've got this many bed UK news or I can send this tap. Or I could send these generators whatever that might be. And we try to play that coordinating role. Tom Atkins is president and CEO of leading age North Carolina. They work with nursing home facilities across that state. Thanks so much. Thank you. And our storm coverage continues tomorrow on morning edition. We'll hear from FEMA administrator on how the agency is preparing that and much more tomorrow on morning edition asked smart speaker to play NPR or your station by name. President Trump Mark the seventeenth anniversary of the September eleventh attacks in Shanksville, Pennsylvania. He delivered solemn remarks celebrating the bravery of the passengers and crew members who lost their lives on flight ninety three NPR's Aisha Rosca reports during his speech. President Trump talked about the forty the forty men and women who joined together on flight ninety three to fight back against their hijackers bringing down the plane and stopping in Tak meant for the US capital seventeen years ago. Forty incredible men and women showed the whole world that no four sooner will ever conquer the American spirit. Trump told stories about the phone calls that were made by people on that flight to loved ones on the ground calls were they learned about the two planes that had already flown into the twin towers in New York. The passengers and crew members came together took a vote and they decided. To act. At that moment, they took their fate. America's fade back into their own hands by rushing the cockpit. Trump said those passengers and crew members saved American lives. The flight ninety three national memorial is located in the field where that plane went down. This field is now a monument. To American defiance. This memorial is now a message to the world America will never ever submit to tyranny. Earlier this week the National Park Service in the families of flight ninety three dedicated the final element of this memorial site. It is called the tower of voices a ninety three foot tall structure that will hold forty large wind chimes one for each person killed each time. We hear those chimes playing in the win. We will remember the forty. We will remember their faces their voices their stories their courage and their love about a quarter of Americans are too young to remember September eleventh two thousand and one first hand, but at the flight ninety three service the message to the country was clear, we must never forget. I sh- Roscoe.
"tom atkins" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Can you tell us more about how efficient are making the call whether to force people to evacuate or allow. Them to stay where they are that can be a really tough decision whether or not to order an evacuation, you know, the path and intensity of this hurricane can shift from our to our as you look at projections. If you don't make the call soon enough the results, of course, can be catastrophic and there are also risks to evacuating too soon. You can have too many people moving too quickly at the same time that can overwhelm the roads. And with a storm this big it's kind of hard to know where to tell people to go I talked to rate whole, he's the former director of coastal resilience research at Old Dominion, and he pointed out that heavy rain is expected in inland. Areas to go west, you're basically following the track of the storm because it's actually going to be I think the rains and flooding is going to be worse west of nine ninety five. So what do I go and in North Carolina? Governor ROY Cooper made the unusual decision to evacuate barrier islands along the coast. Here was his advice to residents of those areas. The way. Waves and the win. This storm may bring is nothing like you've ever seen even if you've ridden out storms before this one is different. Don't bet your life on writing out a monster. Sarah, our people who live further inland weighing this decision where it may not be as clear cut whether to stay or go, right? There are a lot of factors for people to think about medical needs family concerns pats. How storm-proof they think they're home is, you know, I've talked to friends and neighbors here in the Virginia Beach area, and they're all making different decisions. And I have been juggling reporting on this storm with helping my spouse sort of brought up our house as much as we can take our kids to a safer place. Some people quite frankly have nowhere to go. Hotels are getting booked up. Not everyone can afford hotels, and with so many people living in these areas that could be affected there are just only so many places people can flee from the storm. That's NPR Sarah mccamman reporting from Virginia Beach Virginia will let you get back to boarding up your house. Thanks, stay safe. Thanks one group that's particularly vulnerable during a storm like Florence is the elderly we've reached Tom Atkins CEO of. Leading age in North Carolina. His group works with retirement communities that includes nursing homes. Welcome to the program. I understand you were in Wilmington North Carolina today. Can you talk about what it looks like in terms of people getting ready? Sure, there's a bit of angst in the air right now, probably best captured by the fact that if you don't have gasoline by now, you're gonna get lots of folks who are boarding houses and businesses fan bags being filled. And I think the just the sheer magnitude of the storm that's on the way something that we haven't seen at this level since nineteen fifty four North Carolina has folks on edge, which if you think about a person who is in nursing facility. And who has lost lots of independence and lots of ability, and you've magnified the angst that you or I would feel we were in a situation by thousand times, it probably doesn't approach how feel about what's about to happen. So what's involved in evacuating a retirement home facility or nursing home facility? What are the things that the managers have to take into account, first and foremost, it's the safety and security of the residents who live. Doc from unity, and at the end of the day, if that immunity ten knocks to the best of their ability with the knowledge that they have guaranteed that safety and security, then they're going to look at whether or not an evacuation makes sense. I was talking to a colleague of mine who has been in this field for about twenty five years and talked about the magnitude of the decision because the times in the past when he's had to evacuate on average. He knows that he's gonna lose one residents because of their Schutte level because the stress that's involved because of that move. And so it it really is a decision that nobody takes lightly, but everybody trains for and practices four and studies for year route if for some reason people decide to shelter in place, what are the kinds of things that they need like what kind of checklist. Any skilled nursing facility is going to have checklists that are born out of both the regulatory environment that they operate with them and just humanitarian environment that they operate in. So they're going to be thanked like what's our water supply. Like, what's our power supply? Like, what's our food supply are medications? What's our staffing level, white, Tom? What's your biggest concern right now? The biggest concern that I have is the length of time that the storm may laugh oftentimes, we concentrate just on landfall, and what we know from experience is that this the issues that nursing facilities face extend well beyond when the storm leads because you have issues surrounding water and power and dude. That's not happening in a vacuum. Everybody else has the same kinds of issues. And so it's it's trying to figure out how over the long term. You're able to position folks. So that they can keep people safe and secure and one of the ways that we do that is to reach out to other of our communities across the state who volunteer and say what I've got this many bed you can use or I can send this tap or I could send these generators whatever that might be. And we try to play that coordinating role. Tom Atkins is president and CEO of leading age North Carolina. They work with nursing home facilities across that state. Thanks so much. Thank you. And our storm coverage continues tomorrow on morning edition. We'll hear from FEMA administrator on how the agency is preparing that and much more tomorrow on morning edition, ask your smart speaker to play NPR or your station by name. President Trump Mark the seventeenth anniversary of the September eleventh attacks in Shanksville, Pennsylvania. He delivered solemn remarks celebrating the bravery of the passengers and crew members who lost their lives on flight ninety three NPR's NPR's Asia Rosca reports during his speech. President Trump talked about the forty the forty men and women who joined together on flight ninety three to fight back against their hijackers bringing down the plane and stopping attack meant for the US capital seventeen years ago. Forty incredible men and women showed the whole world that no force on earth will ever conquer the American spirit. Trump told stories about the phone calls that were made by people on that flight to loved ones on the ground calls where they learned about the two planes that had already flown into the twin towers in New York the passengers and crew members came together took a vote. And they decided to act. At that moment. They took their fate. America's faith back into their own hands by rushing the cockpit. Trump said those passengers and crew members saved American lives. The flight ninety three national memorial is located in the field where that plane went down. This field is now a monument to American defiance. This memorial is now a message to the world America will never ever submit to tyranny. Earlier this week the National Park Service in the families of flight ninety three dedicated the final element of this memorial site. It is called the tower of a ninety three foot tall structure that will hold forty large wind chimes one for each person killed each time. We hear those chimes playing in the wind. We will remember the forty. We will remember their faces their voices their stories their courage and their love about a quarter of Americans are too young to remember September eleventh two thousand and one hand, but at the flight ninety three service the message to the country was clear, we must never forget Aisha Roscoe NPR news, Washington. This is WNYC. You're listening to all things considered say to just ahead the Russian government's plan to raise the national pension age for men and women has sparked protests across the country. Also, heat waves and water shortages are becoming more frequent in Switzerland. And are ready impacting cattle in the country's high summer pastures? We'll have those stories and.
"tom atkins" Discussed on KWAM 990 Talk Radio
"Dead way out of hawaii two thousand miles shot at the new target miss a wii full disclosure on this one i had kind of a crazy week now earlier this weekend i had during memorial day weekend my family we do a movie marathon every memorial day weekend we did science fiction it was all mars based stuff so we watch the martian and we're gonna watch mars attacks but everyone falling asleep but we also watched the robinson crusoe on mars and we watch invaders from mars watch warlords from atlanta's hopefully i'll be talking about that at some point in the future it's a movie that i've been searching for years to find i can't find it in america it's this old doug mcclure movie directed by kevin connor now if you want to see some of those other movies that the two of them did in the seventies go watch the new mystery science theater on netflix and you'll find two of them i think the land that time forgot and at the earth corps those are ones that are directed by kevin connor starring doug mcclure warlords of atlantis was something i saw nine hundred seventy eight when i was a kid and i loved it it's a terrible movie but it's still kinda fun and i finally was able to get my hands on a copy and so we watch that and doug mcclure to me it's it's a great tragedy in the world that doug mcclure and and tom atkins never did a movie together because there are two of my favorite cheesy bad movie actors so i i had that going on this weekend and i got busy and then of course you had the short weekend and tuesday hidden and then suddenly it's the end of the week apparently there was an adrift screening i just missed it it got lost in the shuffle this happens every now and then so my apologies to the studio i'm not digging you for this movie i'm not even gonna give you a great for this movie because i didn't see it but it didn't see it because you didn't show to me i didn't see it just because scheduling wise was a snafu when i wasn't able to see it so good on them.
"tom atkins" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Roof the remake is just it's so so bad i remember we had the we the the year that that came out the year that the fog came out at our flashback convention when we used to do the drive ins outside we used to do the you know we still do outdoor screenings and fred flashback but they used to have a whole like parking lot now it's out in the courtyard outside the outside the hotel the crown plaza and we show movies outdoors and so they had the many cast members of the of the fog there including adrian barbosa and tom atkins and charles cypher in nancy loomis and they were all there and they came outside in front of the big sort of drive in screen and i introduced them and then they introduce the movie and we watched the original fog and then mike had the trailer for the remake and a little bit later in the night after many cocktails they showed the trailer for the remake and everybody booed just like after we've watched the original which is a really great john carpet movie they showed the trailer for the remake and it was not received well by the horror crowd the flashback weekend conventioneers are pretty hard core about their love for movies and horror and when they showed the trailer for the remake of the fog it was not a pretty sight cast members from the original we're not out there though 'cause this was later in the night they were probably up in their room sleeping so they didn't get to hear the near riot that almost erupted when the trailer for the remake was was shown here's the funny thing you know the the trailer kind of didn't even indicate how bad the movie the movie really was i mean we were mad because they remade the movie the movie looked pretty stupid but it turned out to be even worse than anybody could have imagined that night it's an awful awful movie so that's one of the worst remakes ever as the two thousand five version of the fog and again there are more bad remixed and there are good remix but there are some good ones out there we want to talk about all of them three one nine eight one seven two hundred we got a.
"tom atkins" Discussed on KOMO
"And clothes chile has been making the sandwiches and our own personal kitchen and posting it on facebook live but someone saad and call the health department state law prohibits food preparation and homes if it's for the public we want to take care of this needy population but we want to make sure it's done so in a safe manner apparently who cannot do that that you have to follow the rules tom atkins big t barbecue came to the rescue he offered his diners kitchen chile is still looking for a more permanent solution alabama is fighting a ruling by a federal judge that blocks state law requiring miners who want abortions to have to go to court abc's scott goldberg has more the law that took effect in alabama in two thousand fourteen changed the rules for a minor wanting an abortion instead of getting parental consent the girl had to get a court order by going through a process like a trial with lawyers representing the fetus and district attorney's calling witnesses last summer a federal judge struck down the law saying it put an undue burden on minors the state isn't giving up arguing this week in federal appeals court the laws designed to make sure the decision is in the minors best interest the aclu calls forcing minors to stand trial for their health decisions extreme scott goldberg abc news komo news time eleven twenty seven i've been using my pillow for about ten months now the first night i tried it somewhat skeptically highly by head down on it and went to sleep almost immediately which is something that was rare for me at the time now i go to sleep more quickly i stay asleep longer and i.
"tom atkins" Discussed on KWAM 990 Talk Radio
"And then the snowman flopped with a little bit more than three million this weekend a huge seat movies like it and happy death they get a little bit of a dump for how we can which is a harm of the week you're listening to the movies with kevin card that sound means it's time to roll into the home cinema round i want to focus on three movies that i like to watch every halloween and these are some of my favorite films of all time and they're just fun because our seasonal and their ventures in yes they're all nadler afl in the 80s and the 70s i know that i'm an old farts but you can't go wrong with this first one although we a small american years ago i spent eight years dry review and then another seven trying to cape locked up because i realized what was living behind that boy's eyes with pillion going whoo that's right the original halloween 1978 this is what started the slasher craze two years before friday that their teeth and yes i'm aware that psycho was may be considered the first slasher movie but it was really following that that broke the mould was really be called the babysitter her but they put it with halloween it's become a parental favorite plus it's just a fantastic movie very suspenseful answers enough questions and keeps enough questions not answered and that's what makes halloween such a legend the next one i want to talk about also in the halloween franchise you don't really know much about how we the buyers will be done the below quit two three thousand years ago the hills rand louis three season of the night known one comes home that's right though one movie in the franchise that has nothing to do with the rest of the bills not exactly and actually there's a there's a scene in there were there watching a tv and they're talking about the big harvey show and they're showing halloween the original how are we to in the universe of halloween three the move the halloween exists as a movie and also jamie lee curtis does the believe cameo she's and operate on a phone when you hear her voice you'll if you just listen for you'll hear it's right at the end of the movie but this stars tom atkins as this beerguzzling cigarettesmoking womanizing doctor of this hospital in the middle.
"tom atkins" Discussed on See You Next Wednesday
"Great but it's for eta's fucking stretched out so long it's like a good like 15 minutes twenty minutes of just getting him into the the like whole and out of an advocate highpoints of it or so good when you could really just be like this is what's happening like you you know what's happened i latter because they think it feels measured no i don't think apparently feels they're telling twenty mid there's like 10 minutes of them just in there with the watersplashing on their faces and you're like okay this is not tension anymore it's just you're showing watersplashing on their face for ten when a imagine how wet your and it's a great segment two but it's like holy shit when is this going to get to the point that i just think it it drags on it's like just over two hours eight to great movie anyway the directives does waiting dini at harris dance yeah matha we get that right away here dan the direction and i movies so good that now macbook stuff is to all men yet at tom atkins is yeah angered dad's of grey out so i i did that and i i did a couple anthology movies but i wanted to just circle back here and say must circle back i'm talked very apt by i watched tales from the hood for the first time uttering that movie i do not understand why people haven't been telling me to watch tillstrom heard my entire life because his fucking awesome i've never seen i don't think iso tales good it is so good oh my god watch tales are lahood it is amazing it is everything you want from an anthology film plus as like a a horror movie that is like tackling social issues it's so relevant still tons of it there are still relevant like the first segment is has wings hauser as like a cop and it's about like targeting black people for no reason and like that like the revenge that happens from beyond the grave there's a there's a segment about like child abuse it's like this is a anthology that is like here are the horrors of real life.
"tom atkins" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM
"Other wits let's with with tom atkins as mustache and she but i shudder to before no oh i thought i did maybe i would maybe even i had at one point so anyway so thirteen thirteen was no fifteen was fifty the age but you're said your brother was thirteen all right bill anyways tell me what you thought of it i thought it was a really good very well done movie i thought they did a great job of portraying how issue that portrayed i thought the cast of the kids very well i thought that skarsgard at a really great job yeah yeah well that's the that's the too big things in the right one is but let's just talked about pennywise right because that was considered the best part of the mini series is tied tim curry's fantastic and he brought so much that character and it is the clown this one if they do a little bit more digital manipulation with a clown them more respect but a lot of people are like how can you replaced him curry right i i think i think this guy did a great i think he did a fantastic job what they are relex was his facial expressions he was able to change it so quickly and it just look very well yet it looks very professional all done well and i like the fact that from the moment you see him right you realize he's just not a guy in the cloud cost you realize that oh gray there's something there and i actually saw a friend of mine who's been horror movie fan on face spoke he was actually started at the preview screening that weird i didn't see him there them we he did see it i'm assuming or he was down at another city but he had said he didn't like pennywise his voice he said it sound a little too goofy my thing is is i'm like the thing is his voice he did get a little bit gung theme old cartoon me but at almost like the way he did it wasn't like i'm going to be a cartoon he clown it's basically what a monster would do to pretend to be a cartoon he cl yeah and i i think it fits very well with the character like me a.
"tom atkins" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review
"I lost patience with it so long ago and it certainly in terms of the obnoxious content of the film it is less than previous that amid all the previous ones kind of roll into one for me but the level of leering the level of completely inappropriate sexualizing humor and you know that pornographic sensibility to by has a slightly less in this which is not to say that the movies with with without problems interviews i rating throats have confirmed the language just all over i know it's as far as the bbfc concerned it theoretically gets in under the wire but it's you just think it who were you making this movie four michael other than yourself but it is catastrophic louis messy and shambolic and just in terms of shia nuts and bolts storytelling it is a very badly made film okay i've got some points here which i eat onset go ahead john mills says oddly enough transformers the last night is the best came out the film i've seen so obvious this is a query from tom atkins in our recent trip to my local i settled for transformers last night with my ponta hoping to be somewhat entertained however as the movie began i noticed something rather odd i chosen seat in two deeming disappointed to see the screen wasn't filled by the image year also is the opening of the movie began to play i noticed something else black aspect ratios the bars appeared at the top and bottom of the screen in a smattering of shots.