Sunday, 27 April 2014

Don't Panic it's only a Podcast

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The other week it was the night everybody was waiting for! It was The Panic Awards 2014......(Tumbleweed! Lone Bell! Awkward Turtle)..............Ok, it was the night a few hundred of people residing in Chelmsford, Essex were waiting for. The Panic Awards 2014 is a local Cultural and Entertainment Awards ceremony that showcases some of the best in Music in and around Chelmsford.


Cheryl Cole DID NOT play at the Panic Awards 2014 but if she did it'd be the bes.......Nah she'd probably be shit.

So, being the ever helpful Chelmsford lad, I got involved with this event a few years back and year in year out it has gotten better and better. Each year the event is held at Chelmsford Civic Theatre and awards are given out to:

- Band of the Year
- Comedian of the Year
- Venue of the Year

And more. You get my drift. Anyway, I won't spend ages discussing the way this event works, go check out the facebook page at OFFICIAL PANIC AWARDS page and see what is what.
In the latest episode of  | The #NOTlistening Podcast Ep.130 - Don't Panic it's only a Podcast | myself and co host Billy discuss the night itself.
On the night 8 of the bands up for "Band of the Year" played and within that bunch their was a good variety on show. From Heavy Metal to Blues to Indie Rock and Ska it was surely a great lineup to enjoy. As an organiser it is great to watch backstage as these acts perform to a dedicated crowd of local people wanting to unearth new and exciting acts. 
The bands were:

The Kubricks
Little Donkey - Whose Singer Mat Frost is actually the writer and performer of our theme tune
Vixation
The Midnight Barbers
Osmium Guillotine
Creme De Chevre
Fuze
Machine Gun Men - Funniest band EVER!

Also Paulo Morena performed after winning Solo Performer of the Year.

I would urge you all to check these bands out regardless of where you are from! You could be sitting in your house in the far end of America, this is the Internet! Check these acts out! I guarantee you will be impressed by the talent on show.

Some of the highlights are discussed in the Podcast Episode so make sure you check that out. 
Check out the Video's below. These Videos were created by Comedian Andy Poole and visual genius Christian Kay. They are the nomination videos and even the Bloopers, which showcase how much fun we all had whilst doing this.








Also This WHOLE event was non profit and ALL the money made went to charity, like it does every year. This year we raised money for "The J's Hospice" so please check them out and support them too.

I feel very happy with myself, in quite a selfish way, that I could help contribute to putting on such a great event as well as helping raise money for charity. The reasons we all do this though is to showcase out talents and creativity. I am very happy and pleased to be living in a City that is filled with extremely talented and creative people.

So there you go, you don't have to be a Chelmsford person to enjoy these bands and events. Get out in your local town/city and seek out talent and creativity around you. You will be surprised at what you find.


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Thursday, 24 April 2014

#FridayFright: First Horror I watched....

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So every other friday will be a #FridayFright post. This series of posts was the brainchild of fellow blogger Kitty who wanted to blog and geek out about Horror films and everything that goes with it. Along with Roxy (and anybody else who wants to join in) we will bring you a post based on the same Question/Topic each time. So after you have read this, check out what they wrote over on their blogs.

Today's #FridayFright posts was a simple question:

"What was the FIRST Horror film you watched?"

I had to think back to the tender age of 7 to fully remember the FIRST Horror film I ever watched. I probably had seen other horror films before but this is the first that I can fully remember.....simply because I was 7 years old and it scared the living shit out of me!

The Film was "Stephen King's IT!"

WARNING! The following post contains images of clowns that may scare the shit out of you!

That's right! The 1990 TV two parter, which in the UK was released as a solid 3 hour film on video, was the first horror film I remember watching and being;

a) Traumatised by
and
b) Fascinated by

For those who are slightly unaware of the plot, and if you managed to get through your childhood without witnessing it then you are missing out on some mixed emotions, It's simply a story about Pennywise a child killing clown that only children can see. It's a story of a group of youngsters in the 1950's who one by one meet Pennywise and come out safe but scarred, leading them to band together to go down to the drain where he lived and kill him. All seems well, until a good 25 years or so Pennywise has returned to prey on more unsuspecting children and the gang return to their home town to finish off the job.



Now that synopsis is really basic and thinned out because, like I said, the film is 3 hours long and has more character development and plot points but I am not here to discuss that. Go watch it! Seriously! do it now!

I remember watching this film back when I was about 6 or 7 because we rented it on video from the local video shop........yes Video shop! that let you rent VHS tapes!........Those were the days! Going into the local petrol station that sold penny sweets that were actually a penny and let you rent the latest video's to watch on sleepovers. 
I remember the kids in out neighbourhood use to love renting horror films for sleepovers and "IT" was always one to pick because it really scared the shit out of us all.



The first time I watched this film I was scared yet fascinated by the film. Being a massive film buff even at that age I loved the way the story flowed and characters were brought in and I do believe the film was the first time I watched a film that used flashbacks to tell the stories. In fact watching this film kind of set me up on how to construct a narrative that involved various characters in different time zones. The whole way the story played out, with the obvious fact that the first 90 minutes involving the kids stories being the most enthralling, made the whole narrative easy to follow and really kept us kids all gripped.



Some Key scenes that many people will know of is the infamous "Don't you want a Balloon?" scene from the beginning of the movie. The whole idea of a clown, oh did i not mention this film consists of the most terrifying clown in history, down a drain and eventually killing the young boy by pulling his arm off and into the drain is utterly terrifying and as a 7 year old (too young to watch I know, but hey, what you gonna do?) it could easily scar you for life. I actually knew someone once who spent years scarred from this film, until I told them that Tim Curry played Pennywise and he was the Hotel Manager in "Home Alone 2". Suddenly, it wasn't as scary as they thought.



Another Key scene that sticks with me is the "Blood in the Sink" scene. The whole of an entire sink being filled up with blood and nobody else seeing it, scares you more because you begin to realise that you are alone! I remember always checking the plug holes in my bathrooms for years after that.



The Film "IT" is a great film, I haven't read the book, and one that really helped me appreciate film as an artform as a kid. Many friends of mine would watch it once and be traumatised by it. I would watch it over and over taking in the whole way the story was told. It is not the greatest masterpiece of filmmaking, but as a youngster I looked to this film and started to see them more than just a film. I saw them as a piece of art that is structured in a specific way.



So have you seen "IT"? what did you think of it? Let me know.
And make sure you check the other girls doing #Fridayfright posts too.


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Monday, 21 April 2014

Spoils of Thrones

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"SPOILERS! SPOILERS! SPOILERS!" The age old saying you hear constantly nowadays. You can't go onto the internet anytime after major TV show has aired or the weekend of a New Twist filled film released because you have a chance of stumbling across the dreaded "SPOILERS!"

In the recent Episode of The #NOTlistening Podcast | Ep.129 - Spoils of Thrones | we have a discussion about spoilers and how long you must wait until you can discuss a certain TV/Film in much detail. I focus mainly on a recent episode of Fantasy, semi-pornographic, show "Game of Thrones". In said episode a certain someone had something done to him and he did a certain thing whilst certain people watched him do such a thing and we all at home watched on cheering on the thing that he did and happened because we wanted it to happen and it pleased us all.




Now, I don't like spoiling things for people, but I also don't want to spend my life having to speak in code as to not ruin a certain part of a show to somebody, who will then get the major hump and cry as if I have just punched their mum in the face and kicked their cat. People get really irate and upset if you mention anything about the previous nights TV episode.

"Hey Jon, did you see "Game of Thrones" last night?"
"Oh, Yeah mate, how awesome was..."
*Strange appears out of nowhere*
"NO!!!! I haven't seen it yet! SHUSH!"
"Who the fuck are you?"




I have come to the conclusion that spoilers are separated into TWO sections.

1.PLOT SPOILERS
A Plot spoiler is something that talks about a certain part of a show that consists in the current structure of narrative. Know what I mean? Well What I am saying is, you can't really spoil a plot element as it is their to simply push the story onwards. If you watch a serial like "Eastenders" and somebody dies, and you tell somebody who hasn't seen that episode is NOT a major issue as it is simply something that couldn't have been kept secret for long as the rest of the story will have to revolve around it.

2.TWIST SPOILERS
A Twist spoiler is worse. This is something NOBODY should spoil as it is usually used as a plot device in the story that is made to be found out whilst watching. A twist is there to surprise you and not allow you prior knowledge before going in. In the film "The Sixth Sense" telling everyone that Bruce Willis is actually a Ghost, would be spoiling it for you.......Oh come on! That film is 15 years old! Keep up!




Now, how long can you leave it before being open and talking about possible spoilers? For a weekly serial show? maybe a few days? A Film? maybe once it's been on DVD? Who knows?! With films and tv shows being available on demand, people don't keep up with one another and we all end up watching shows at different paces causing the whole problem.

So what is my stance on Spoilers? Well, If it's a Twist Spoiler, then you won't hear me discuss it unless the film is over 5 years old or I know 100% the person I am talking to doesn't want to find out. If it is a PLOT twist then I am happy to talk about it but give out the clear sign "SPOILERS!" and continue. 
I am NOT waiting for people to catch up on shows. It's a free country god damnit!




Anyway. What do you think about Spoilers? Do you spoil TV and Films accidentally or do you simply not care.
Listen to the podcast and have a listen to more of our thoughts and more. Including some comedy chat about Robots and Ep.3 of #Batfella
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Friday, 11 April 2014

#FridayFright : Last Horror Film I watched

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So every other friday will be a #FridayFright post. This series of posts was the brainchild of fellow blogger Kitty who wanted to blog and geek out about Horror films and everything that goes with it. Along with Roxy (and anybody else who wants to join in) we will bring you a post based on the same Question/Topic each time. So after you have read this, check out what they wrote over on their blogs.

Ok, So the first in the series of #FridayFright posts was a simple question:

"What was the LAST Horror film you watched?"

Well, the last Horror film I watched was actually "The Curse of Chucky" That is right! The sixth installment of the Child's Play franchise.




I watched this movie around Christmas time, which made me realise that I haven't watched many horror films for a while! Maybe the fact my son was born after christmas has been a factor or maybe I have been getting my horror fix from TV Shows such as "American Horror Story" and "The Walking Dead".
So, "The Curse of Chucky" is the sixth film in the series and is some kind of Reboot/Prequel/Sequel, infact I have no idea where on the timeline this film actually existed.




The story is simple. Chucky the Doll is delivered to family at a house and one by one he begins to kill them, in some very UN-inventive ways. It is as simple as that. People die and Chucky laughs. The Ending is the most intriguing part of the story as it tries to make the film fit in with the other five films and whether or not I was drunk at the time of watching it (I was) I got confused and couldn't completely work out where the film fit with the others.
It seemed like a Reboot to start with, then it seemed like a prequel to some and sequel to others, then it felt like a Sequel to only a few and not the others, then it felt like a twisty alternate version of the predecessors only to not be alternate until a certain......ARRRRGGGHHH! My head hurts!!




Anyway, No Spoilers, unless being a very underwhelming film is a Spoiler, but this film was very forgettable and pretty "Meh". I am a fan of the Chucky films, I think "Bride of Chucky" was a genius take on a horror comedy, but this installment was trying to reignite something that wasn't going to work. This type of film has had it's day. The creepy slasher type film with dolls is so 1980's..........Have a look, there is quite a few doll killing films from the 80's, it wasn't just chucky.




Are you scared of Dolls? Well Yes, especially if they come to life, but fuck if anything inanimate comes to life I would shit my pants simple as that.
It's a shame this was the last horror film I watched, as I wasn't very impressed nor bothered by it so I can't really write enough about it to make for an insightful read. I mean, I could have lied and simply made up a film I had watched last but that would be untruthful and I am a man who likes to tell the truth in my posts......plus I had already written too much to delete now, so this will have to do I suppose.

So, there you go..................Go watch "Bride of Chucky" it's actually really good.
Until next time on #FridayFright when we will answer : What was the First Horror film you watched.....
Don't forget to check out the other #FridayFright posts and see what horror film they watched last.

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Thursday, 10 April 2014

He Who Dares Special

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If you are a long time listener/reader of the podcast/blog then you will be aware of a Director named "Paul Tanter" as well as Actor/Producer "Simon Phillips". In the past I have been a big supporter of their projects including "White Collar Hooligan 1 and 2", "Essex Boys: Retribution" and "Riot" (Formerly G.B.H). 


Out NOW on DVD and Blu Ray! Check it out!
Their newest release "He Who Dares" is OUT NOW to buy on DVD and Blu Ray and myself and co host Ash had the privilege to catch a screening of it last week with the cast and crew in London. The whole in depth analysis of the nights antics can be heard in the latest episode of #NOTlistening Podcast | Ep.128 - He Who Dares Special | where we get to chat with Actor/Producer Simon Phillips and Actress/BadAss Zara Phythian. So Press Play! Keep reading and press play!
Also you'll be able to hear all about our night in London, where I nearly got kidney damage from holding my wee in too long!........Trust me press play and hear all about how I nearly died! and then ended up walking home in my socks!......It's a comedy podcast remember.


There are plenty of deaths in this movie. Don't expect the bad guys to go easy on anybody
So, what is "He Who Dares"? Well it's a British Action film! yes you heard that correct, a British Action film in the same realms of "The Raid" and "Die Hard" ........Well that is what the poster says and I thoroughly agree with that. I would add similar veins as "Man on Fire" in it's editing style and many other Tony Scott-esque films in fact. Paul Tanter really is becoming a truly brilliant filmmaker. 
Here is a quick synopsis of the film:

On Christmas Eve a group of ruthless masked terrorists kidnap the Prime Ministers daughter, fortifying themselves in an underground car park rigged with explosives. Crack SAS operative Chris Lowe and his team are sent in and must take the building one level at a time.

So there you go. This film was simply action from the get go. The ruthless and extremely witty Holt, effortlessly played by Simon Phillips, is the film stealer from his epically villainous introduction. His entrance is one straight out of a James Bond film and his evil, Alan Rickman-esque terrorist persona is a joy to watch. Each line of dialogue and action is played to perfection.
We had a great chat with Simon in the podcast, so click play now to hear what he thought of the film as well as his future projects of about 1000 films!

The beginning starts with a bang! and that bang indicates many people who had a part in the movie, get to go home early if you know what I mean (sorry Nalan . But you nearly got away! :-( ). The Prime Minister's daughter Alice, played brilliantly by Christina Bellavia, is taken by the gang and it's then down to the Police and SAS to get her back.


If this was an episode of #TOWIE I would definitely tune in to see the massacre!
Why the Mask? Well, these terrorists have ALL bases covered! Plus they look pretty bad arse!
I won't go into plot details as I am sure you would want to watch the film yourself. The film showcases some extremely impressive action performances. SAS operative and hero of the film Chris, played by Tom Benedict Knight, stands out as the pretty reckless, never playing by the rules Action Hero who will do anything to get the Prime Minister's daughter "back in time for Christmas" and he will not quit, I can assure you of that. It's the usual prototype of an action hero we usually see in the Hollywood blockbusters and it's nice to see a homegrown actor take on that role. This is the role that would usually be taken up by the likes of Jason Statham and Tom Benedict Knight proves his worth here. 


"I don't play by the rules, I play by my own rules, and those rules I tend to not play by, because I don't play the rules"
The New Security system on the mazda was proving well worth it
The Fight scenes and Action set pieces are superbly shot, choreographed and edited so big props go out to Paul Tanter, cinematographer Haider Zafer and everyone involved in the editing. The fighting choreography from Jude Poyer really makes this film stand out with some great "Martial Arts Inspired Movie" set ups. This is where Zara Pythian comes in!


You hit like a Girl!......and it fucking hurts!
Zara is one mean mutha.... in this film and really kicks some arse with her background in Martial Arts. She brings this menacing presence to the screen as well as this feisty exterior! let me put it this way, after the screening I was too intimidated to go and say hello in case she got me in a headlock and threw me across the bar.....some may say that's a dream, but I had work the next day and didn't want to wake up in hospital. 
I managed to feel less intimidated of Zara after we chatted in the podcast, what do you mean you still haven't pressed play?. Zara was a great person to have on the show and I really look forward to seeing what she does next. She is beautiful, Athletic and can kick some serious arse!
Forget Gal Gadot as the next Wonder Woman, Sign up Zara!


Gal Who??
Zara needs to be signed up for the Justice League Movie
Great performances all round too. From Ben Lloyd Holmes and Daniel Caren playing SAS operatives to Kye Loren as a fellow bad guy and Rebecca Ferdinando as Chris's very loyal love interest. I'll just say Chris must love his job a shed load to constantly rush out to save the day, leaving Rebecca's "Libby" at home, a lot of guys would struggle to do that so quickly I think.

The script was a real winner for me, in particular Holt's dialogue which was zinger after zinger. One in particular that had me in stitches was, just after shooting somebody asking a fellow terrorist
"Can you do me a favour and finish him, I thought he'd die instantly" delivered brilliantly. 
The character of Holt is without a doubt the star of the film, even though Chris is the protagonist, it's the role of the antagonist that really drives the story forward in my opinion.


Bearded Terrorists are so 1980's. I am bringing it back! 
I'll shoot him because he looks like he should be in One Direction! 
I am no film reviewer, nor do I pretend to be, but I know what I like and this is a film that did exactly what it set out to do. An independent British Action film that sets out to entertain you from start to finish. A huge triumph in the "Paul Tanter" CV and really wets my appetite for his future projects including "The Disappearance of Lenka Wood" and Simon Phillips second directorial venture "The Last Scout"


If you had a beard, then the terrorists wouldn't have kidnapped you!
So, do you fancy settling down on a Friday night and watching a no nonsense British Action film that really hits full throttle from the start? well I need say no more. 
Go check it out! else Zara Phythian might find you and she WILL hurt you!......................that's suppose to be a threat, not an invitation!




Oh also you get to see fellow #NOTlistening Podcast alumni Rita Ramnani dressed as an Elf! Now, who doesn't want to see that?


Sexiest Elf since that Elf lady from Home Alone (1990) #Fact

 

Check out the Podcasts if you haven't already. If you like Comedy, Witty discussions about all things entertaining I am sure you will enjoy.
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Saturday, 5 April 2014

Fargo F**k yourself!

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We all love TV Shows. Recently TV Shows have been far more gripping and exciting than actual feature length movies. I suppose this is all because some stories can be explored and characters developed over the course of a series of 13 episodes better than you could in 120 minutes.
Shows like Breaking Bad and The Walking Dead are bringing a cinematic element to the small screen and it seems to be working. These could easily work as films.




In the latest Episode of | The #NOTlistening Podcast Ep.127 - Fargo F**K yourself | myself, Ash and Billy sat down and discussed some of the Films that have the opposite and been made into TV shows after being a film. Films such as "Fargo" and "From Dusk til Dawn" have taken the leap and moved into the world of TV and released shows to either re-tell the original story or take the idea and expand it to feature as a weekly structural narrative.
"Fargo" is making it's debut as an anatholgy style TV show which I personally think is a great idea in telling a story set in the world created back in the 90's. "From Dusk til Dawn" also rebooted the series for the small screen with a more in depth twist. I have watched some of "From Dusk til Dawn" and am really impressed with the way it's been set up.





In the Episode, which I really recommend you press play right now and listen to, we talk about the films that we would like to see made into TV shows instead. We said in the podcast that we would like to see a TV series based on the adventures of a young Han Solo from "Star Wars". What do you think? Imagine the younger years of a space cowboy, it'd be like "Firefly" and would no doubt be a mega hit, don't you think?



With "Gotham" being brought to the small screen too, it seems people want to see more serial style narratives to film like premises. I can't wait for the "Batman: The Wonder Years" series! Who doesn't want to see that?!




Here are a few TV shows based on existing Films that I think they should pick up:

The Human Centipede: You could take the idea of this grotesque film and turn it into a weekly reality tv game show. Each week contestants have to try and create a human centipede in the quickest time. No doubt you could get people willing to fight it out to win the prize of 1 Million pounds. I could see this hosted by Davina McCall.

Pretty Woman: Imagine a hidden camera show where we place an actress on the streets playing the role of a prostitute and unsuspecting punters arrive and we get to see whether she will find her true love and they sweep her off their feet. 

Dirty Dancing: A Dancing competition where a Patrick Swayze like character in his 30's dances with underage girls. Maybe because the film was set in the 60's this wouldn't work nowadays.

The Truman Show: Pretty much take a child when he is born and throw him into a world where we watch their every move and control their life. Just like the film, but real!


So What do you think? What Films would you like to be turned into a TV show? Let me know and Check out the Podcast Episode for plenty of comedy chat and entertainment.


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Films of your life: Singer/Songwriter Nicole Dash Jones

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 Films of your life is a series of posts where certain people get a chance to tell us a little about the films that have affected their lives. I have asked people from the Film world, other bloggers and people associated with the Podcasts.

In todays Films of your life #FOYL I asked Singer/Songwriter Nicole Dash Jones. She is destined for big things in the future and working on her album as we speak. Also, if you are interested in beauty products, check out Madame LALA.@MadameLALAUK


A Film from your Childhood that sticks with you
It has to be Alice in Wonderland, gave me nightmares for years as a kid- but I couldn't stop watching it!





A Film that you could watch on a loop
Vanilla Sky or Donnie Darko, like long music videos. LOVE!!





A Film that still makes you cry
Wizard of Oz- the ending of course, floods of tears!




A Film you would most like to have been the main character in
 If I could play a part it wouldn't be lead- probably Mila Jovovich's hippy stoner girl in Dazed & Confused who played crazy songs on acoustic guitar!






A Film that you love but others hate
Lost in Translation. It's an acquired taste for sure.



Thank you Nicole for answering the #FOYL questions. Follow Nicole @NicoleDashJones and watch out for her music coming soon. Give her a like on facebook and you can watch her previous work here on YouTube

If you want to get involved and answer the #FOYL questions, send them to me via email at : barkerpodcasts@gmail.com

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