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HORROR BUSINESS Episode 98: A Nightmare On Elm St 2 & Butcher, Baker, Nightmare Maker feat. Adrianna Gober

Horror Business

Greetings, and welcome back to Horror Business. We have one awesome episode in store for… The post HORROR BUSINESS Episode 98: A Nightmare On Elm St 2 & Butcher, Baker, Nightmare Maker feat. Adrianna Gober appeared first on Cinepunx.

1hr 39mins

18 Mar 2021

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50 - Interview with Movie Mistress (Adrianna Gober)

Whores Talk Horror

Sharon and Mindy interview Adrianna Gober, the director of programming for Midnight Movie Society, a horror streaming service which showcases extreme underground, taboo, creature features, and cult horror movies.  She’s also a contributing author for the website cinepunx.com, programs films at a local arthouse cinema, is a podcaster, a musician, and an avid reader with a passion for social issues.  Movie Recommendations -The Handmaiden (2016) -The Love Witch (2016) -Ms .45 (1981) -The Nightingale (2018) -Revenge (2017) -A Night to Dismember (1989) - Doris Whitman -A Woman's Torment (1977)-  Roberta Findlay  -Tony (2009) Book Recommendations -The FingerSmith by Sarah Waters -Tipping the Velvet by Sarah Waters Subscribe to Midnight Movie Society at Midnightmoviesociety.com Also, MMS is Available at the Apple storeHow to reach Adrianna: Adrianna@midnightmoviesociety.com Twitter: @EADxBB Podcasts that Adrianna has been on: -Shame List Picture Show: A Movie Podcast Season 4/Episode 4 -An Evening with Adrianna Gober of the Midnight Movie Society Ellissinema Podcast -Horror Brew Podcast: Brews & Interviews: Adrianna Gober, Curator of Midnight Movie Society whorestalkhorror@gmail.com Instagram Patreon Facebook Twitter Thunder crash SFX by ophyliaAttribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported (CC BY-NC 3.0)Fade out has been addedhttps://freesound.org/people/ophylia/sounds/474995/

58mins

22 Jun 2020

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Adrianna Gober, Programming Dir, Rue Morgue's Midnight Movie Society (Podcast Interview)

Castle of Horror Podcast

Jason chats with Adrianna Gober, a writer and musician based outside of Philadelphia, PA. She is a lifelong horror fan and still can't quite believe she got lucky enough to spin that into a career. She currently serves as Director of Programming for Midnight Movie Society, an extreme horror/cult SVOD service from Rue Morgue and MVD Entertainment Group.

15mins

19 Jun 2020

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Adrianna Gober, Programming Dir, Rue Morgue's Midnight Movie Society (Podcast Interview)

Castle Talk with Castle Bridge Media

Jason chats with Adrianna Gober, a writer and musician based outside of Philadelphia, PA. She is a lifelong horror fan and still can't quite believe she got lucky enough to spin that into a career. She currently serves as Director of Programming for Midnight Movie Society, an extreme horror/cult SVOD service from Rue Morgue and MVD Entertainment Group.

15mins

19 Jun 2020

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41. Brews & Interviews: Adrianna Gober, Curator of Midnight Movie Society

Horror Brew Podcast

Tune in for a conversation with the curator of the SVOD service from MVD Entertainment and Rue Morgue - Midnight Movie Society! There are a lot of services out there for watching digital media. If you are looking for hard to find flicks, this one should not be missed!

27mins

31 May 2020

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Episode 84: An Evening with Adrianna Gober - Midnight Movie Society

Ellissinema Podcast

An Evening with Adrianna Gober of the Midnight Movie Society

35mins

23 Apr 2020

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HORROR BUSINESS Episode 61: CRUISING & KNIFE + HEART (W/ Adrianna Gober)

Horror Business

Greetings, and welcome back to Horror Business. We have one awesome episode in store for you guys. We’re talking 1980’s Cruising and 2018’s Knife + Heart, and we’re joined by noted cinephile and fellow Cinepunk, Adrianna Gober! First and foremost, we want to give a shoutout to our sponsors over at Lehigh Valley Apparel Creations, the premiere screen-printing company of the Lehigh Valley. Chris Reject and his merry band of miscreants are ready to work with you to bring to life your vision of a t-shirt for your business, band, project, or whatever else it is you need represented by a shirt, sweater, pin, or koozie. Head on over to www.xlvacx.com to check them out. Also, thank you to our Patreon subscribers. Your support means the world to us and we are eternally grateful for that support. Thanks! We start by briefly discussing what we’ve done lately involving horror. Adrianna discusses tabling at the recent Horror Sideshow Flea Market in Allentown, Liam discusses a few films he’s seen recently, including the newest entry in the Puppet Master franchise, and Justin discusses the release of the first trailer for the upcoming Mike Flanagan film, Doctor Sleep. We begin by talking about Cruising. We give a rough outline of the plot of the film, the concept of Al Pacino’s character leading a double life, and the possibility of there being multiple killers. We touch upon early misinterpretations of the narrative technique of the film, and Adrianna discusses the concept that the film strongly implies that Pacino is at the very least a killer, if not the killer. We discuss the concept of representation in film, and how this film was accused early on of lumping all gay men into one monolithic group. Some of the performances in the film are discussed, and the rumored connection between William Friedkin and a suspect in the Bodybag Killer murders is touched upon. Some of the post-production digital effects are discussed and how it brings the movie down. Some of William Friedkin’s influences in making the film are discussed, including a film titled New York City Inferno, which later influenced Yann Gonzalez’s Knife + Heart. The eroticism of the film is discussed at length, and we go off on a brief tangent on “arty gay porn.” We conclude our segment by briefly touching upon the impact of the AIDS epidemic on the gay cinema community. Next up is Knife + Heart. Liam and Adrianna discuss their discovering of the film, and Liam touches upon the film’s heavy giallo influences. The brief touches of humor in the film are discussed, mostly in the depictions of the films being created within the film. Adrianna discusses the concept of porn historically being one of the the only cinematic spacse for LGBTQ people to tell their stories and feel represented, and how modern examinations of gay cinema tends to gloss over this history. The film’s humanizing of its characters is touched upon. Justin discusses the film’s defense of pornography as legitimate art, the film’s color choice, and the phenomenon of relating to romantic encounters in gay cinema. The deep melancholy of the film is discussed. The supernatural elements of the film are touched upon, as are the commentary upon the protagonist’s behavior as reprehensible despite her being the character that is supposed to be sympathetic. Liam points out that the film highlights the tragic concept of how oftentimes queer cinema is about death. A huge thank you to Adrianna for coming on the show and hanging out with us. She and Liam do a podcast on the Cinepunx network dedicated to the Canadian superhero team Alpha Flight, called The Flight Stuff, so if you enjoyed her conversation on this episode go check that podcast out. As always, thanks to everyone and anyone who donated on Patreon, checked this episode out, or shared a tweet/shared a post on FB/gave us love by recommending us to someone. We love you forever for listening. Any questions, comments, suggestions for movies and guests, or if you yourself want to join us for a movie viewing or even an episode, can be sent to thehorrorbiz@gmail.com. We would love to hear from you! Thanks always to Justin Miller and Doug Tilley for their technical contributions and fliers, Mike Smaczylo for the shirts and fliers (you can check more of his work out at here), and also thanks to Josh Alvarez for the theme song, Chris, Brad, Alexis, and LVAC for the support and buttons (check them out at www.xlvacx.com), and a HUGE thank you to anyone who retweeted us or shared something on Facebook that we posted. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram at @thehorrorbiz666, like us on Facebook at facebook.com/thehorrorbiz66, and remember to rate, review, and subscribe to us on ITunes. In fact, if you write us a review, email us with your mailing address and we’ll send you some free pins and stickers! Check out www.cinepunx.com for more info on some of our other podcasts, some ultra stylish Cinepunx related merchandise, and how you can donate to our Patreon! Until next time…thanks! The post HORROR BUSINESS Episode 61: CRUISING & KNIFE + HEART (W/ Adrianna Gober) appeared first on Cinepunx.

2hr 2mins

24 Jun 2019

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CINEPUNX Episode 82: FOX AND HIS FRIENDS with Adrianna Gober

Cinepunx

COME ONE, COME ALL TO VIEW THIS TREMENDOUS DISPLAY OF INTERNATIONAL SEXUALITY AND COSMOPOLITAN FLAIR, AS THE GLOBE TROTTING PHENOMENON KNOWN AS CINEPUNX TAKES YOU ON ANOTHER TITILLATING JOURNEY AT 24 FRAMES PER SECOND! That’s right, friends! It’s another installment of your favorite and least reliable podcast, CINEPUNX! In this magical installment, Cinepunx All-Star editor Adrianna Gober joins us to discuss one of her favorite films from one of her favorite directors, Fox and His Friends by Rainer Werner Fassbinder! We discuss many things this episode which I should likely link to, but the only one I can remember is the sad fact that Adrianna had never seen this amazing video before, so here it is: Thanks as always to our OFFICIAL sponsors, LEHIGH VALLEY APPAREL CREATIONS! They have a cool event called “LET’S HANG OUT” on July 20th in Bethlehem, PA that combines wrestling and music, something or other. I guess Google it. Hey, we could really use your support in the following ways: RATE REVIEW AND SUBSCRIBE TELL YOUR FRIENDS ABOUT US BUY A T-SHIRT CHECK OUT OUR PATREON, MAYBE SUPPORT THAT WAY ARE YOU AN ASPIRING WRITER, CRITIC, PODCASTER, SOCIAL MEDIA MANAGER, PROJECT MANAGER, OR DO SOMETHING ELSE USEFUL BUT NOT WELL ENOUGH TO GET PAID FOR? WE ARE ALWAYS LOOKING FOR HELP! cinepunx at gmail get in touch love you     The post CINEPUNX Episode 82: FOX AND HIS FRIENDS with Adrianna Gober appeared first on Cinepunx.

1hr 28mins

14 Jun 2018

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Episode 69: ALF’s Hit Talk Show (2004) (/w Adrianna Gober)

Eric Roberts is the Man

ALF is BACK! In TALK SHOW FORM?! It happened! For a brief, wonderful period in 2004 TV Land aired ALF'S HIT TALK SHOW, featuring the legendary Ed McMahon joining the 80's sitcom puppet star to chat with celebrities, perform comedic sketches and DAZZLE THE WORLD! And it was absolutely AWFUL! We're joined by Cinepunx writer Adrianna Gober to watch the final two episodes of the show, featuring SPECIAL GUESTS Tom Green, Vincent Pastore, Linda Blair and ERIC ROBERTS! Let's listen RIGHT NOW! The post Episode 69: ALF’s Hit Talk Show (2004) (/w Adrianna Gober) appeared first on Eric Roberts is the Man.

1hr 8mins

27 Feb 2018

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Exploring John Waters with Adrianna Gober: Grindhouse Messiah Discusses PECKER and FEMALE TROUBLE

Grindhouse Messiah

Blaine and Justin welcome another lovely lady to the podcast after last week’s episode with Rachael because we realize that it’s nice to class up the joint sometimes. Adrianna Gober is a writer and editor for Cinepunx and is a great follow on Twitter. She also really loves John Waters and served as our subject matter expert in our discussion of a few of his movies. We hope you enjoy our discussion of Adrianna’s selection, Female Trouble, and Justin’s selection, Pecker… two movies, representative of two different eras of Waters’ career. We also talk about John Waters other films and Adrianna yells at Justin about David Lynch. Honestly, it’s a really fun episode. Thanks again to Vinegar Syndrome, our sponsor and our favorite boutique film distributor! Thanks to Adrianna and thanks to all of you wonderful listeners, too!

29 Nov 2017