Kay and Quincy are joined by their first repeat guest, Sadé! They debate who is right about The Accords (Sadé's hot take: Tony is), who Cap was really protecting by keeping mum about Tony's parents' death, and the switch in Cap and Tony's character arcs. They all agree that everyone is on their own island of guilt and that Cap kissing Peggy's niece definitely feels very weird. Before our trio shares how they've been self-caring, they wonder what side Hulk and Thor would've taken. Kay gets some tips on how to color coordinate before they do a quick study of the many looks of Black Widow. Instagram: @MarvelandMakeupTwitter: @MarvelandMakeupYouTube: Marvel and Makeup PodcastInquiries: firstname.lastname@example.orgQuincy: Instagram | TwitterKay: Instagram | TwitterSade Sellers: TwitterMusic by Clarence Yapp. Artwork by Patty LinPotluck Podcast Collective: Website | Instagram | Twitter See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Our month of 3s comes to a close with David Fincher's Alien 3 (1992), which may take the prize for most convoluted production history. Here to help us make sense of the Assembly Cut (not the theatrical cut) is returning guest Sade Sellers (see previous episode Orphan), who has issues with the film's treatment of Ripley (Sigourney Weaver) and sexual assault (content warning!)Plus: our secret connections to the number three, the xenomorph as drag queen, the differences between the theatrical and assembly cuts and Charles S. Dutton as a sacrificial lamb. Also: Joe's love of Charles Dance, confusion over "womb stuff" and why Fincher needs to get over his hatred of his directorial debut.References:Anat Zanger. Film Remakes as Ritual and Disguise: From Carmen to RipleyScott Tafoya. "The Unloved, Part 1: Alien 3". Roger Ebert.comQuestions? Comments? Snark? Connect with the boys on Twitter, Instagram, Letterboxd and/or Facebook, or join the Facebook Group to get in touch with other listeners> Trace: @tracedthurman> Joe: @bstolemyremote> Sade: @IAMSadeSellers / Pod: Afro HorrorSupport the boys on Patreon and shop our online store for your very own Horror Queers merchandise! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The Final Days of The Trump Presidency, Sade Sellers Social Activist and future Stacey Abrams???,
Join your host Angela Rena as she discusses social justice involvement with Sade Sellers, counts down the Trump Presidency, and shares tips and tools for you to live your best life.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Ghouls invite guest and new Ghoulfriend, Sade Sellers of Afro Horror Podcast to talk about our love for the genre. Afro Horror is a podcast dedicated to celebrating the black experience within the horror genre. Sade chats with us about what it means to be a black woman who is also a horror fan, the impact of black characters in horror (how their very presence transforms the narratives), and the importance of uplifting black voices in the genre. Afro Horror Podcast: https://afrohorror.com/ https://www.instagram.com/afrohorror/ https://twitter.com/afrohorrorpod https://www.facebook.com/pages/category/Podcast/Afro-Horror-491740828246491/--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-ghouls-next-door/support
Find Your Tribe: Why Sade Sellers Invests In Herself and Believes In Total Control, Honey
The Beat Sheet
This week on the beat, we have Sade’ Sellers! Sade’ Sellers is a screenwriter and producer based in Burbank, California. Originally from Michigan’s capital, Lansing, Sade’ has been working in the entertainment industry since 2009. In 2017, Sade’ was a finalist for Tv One’s Screenwriting competition for her teleplay The Replacement. This achievement motivated the network to hire her as a writer for their upcoming movie of the week event, Deadly Dispatch, which premiered on the platform in the summer of 2019. Through that production process, Sade’ met casting director Leah Daniels-Butler who was in the midst of staffing her production company, 1oneninety5. Sade’ then rose to the role of Vice President of Content Acquisitions and Development and spent the next year learning the ecosystem of film and television development from pitching to production. Using that experience, and bound at home due to COVID-19, Sade’ made a return to her first love, screenwriting, utilizing her free time to write new content. Currently, Sade’ is practicing social-distancing with her beloved dog, Majon, in Burbank. She enjoys cooking, baking, and catching up on programs such as The Great and Little Fires Everywhere. We talk about: the secret to directing a music video and how to make sure that it's telling the story you want what she has on her writer's playlist what happens when a network hires you to write a movie from their IP database the hiring disparities of Black women screenwriters in the industry why you should incorporate your name and more!
Joe and Trace traverse the spooky halls of Dark Castle Entertainment to discuss Jaume Collet-Serra's (The Shallows, House of Wax) creepy-kid movie Orphan! Joining them on their tour is Sade Sellers, one of the co-hosts of the Afro Horror Podcast! Her expertise on black horror cinema proves crucial when the boys analyze Sister Abigail (C.C.H. Pounder)'s brutal death by hammer!Other topics on the table includes the film's obscenely long 123-minute runtime, Trace's thoughts on Taissa Farmiga's acting abilities (or lack thereof) and Joe's fight for deaf actors' rights.Also: Why is Peter Sarsgaard's character the absolute worst? Why doesn't Character Actress Margo Martindale believe anything Vera Farmiga says? And what is Asia Argento's secret connection to the film?Questions? Comments? Snark? Connect with the boys on Twitter using the hashtag #HorrorQueers or join the Facebook group> Trace: @tracedthurman> Joe: @bstolemyremote> Sade: @IAMSadeSellers> Afro Horror Podcast: @afrohorrorpodSupport the boys on PatreonCheck out the online articles on Bloody DisgustingSee acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
S1E1: The Biggest Influence on Your Success feat. Sade Sellers
In this episode we speak with Sade Sellers, an LA-based actress and filmmaker who was named an ABFF TV One Screenplay Competition Finalist, Outfest Fusion Winner, and ATT Create-a-Thon winner. Her first feature, The Root of Things, is currently in production.Sade talks about her decision to leave college and move to Los Angeles in pursuit of becoming a filmmaker. With just a few suitcases and a fervent dream, Sade set out to make a life for herself in Hollywood.We ask Sade about her finding the courage to make her own path, the role that competitions have played in her success, and how to make noise in your field of art, something she’s passionate about because “no one is going to hand you your dream.”As always, this episode features the following music: Aspire by Scott Holmes, and Purple Light by Blue Dot Sessions.To learn more about Sade visit: www.sadesellers.com or follow her on IG: @sadesellers and Twitter: @IAMSadeSellersEnjoy the episode and remember to Create & Connect!