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Thesis on Joan

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Thesis on Joan is a podcast dedicated to amplifying voices from the LGBTQ+ community in the New York performing arts scene and examining the industry from a queer perspective! Join fanqueers and theatre professionals Holly (they/them) and Meghan (she/her) as they sit down with groundbreaking theatre folx, from Brooklyn cabaret performers to people backstage and on Broadway. For many queers, theatre has been an escape, this podcast looks to have open conversations on where we’ve come from and ...
 
Join Cape and Drew, two former student-athletes turned scholars, who share their truths about their lived experiences before, during, and after eligibility and how they continue to transition to a healthy and meaningful life after playing sports. They discuss what student-athletes really go through, overcoming obstacles, the power of self-awareness and more. Cape and Drew’s goals are simple: to empower and encourage you to believe that you are in fact more than an athlete and sports are only ...
 
For every horror title to hit V.O.D ... there are countless others that end up D.O.A. DEVELOPMENT HELL (https://www.develhellpod.com/) is the podcast dedicated to unearthing these cursed horror productions, to find out what went wrong, and decide if they still stand a shot at the green light! Join host Josh Korngut, (http://twitter.com/joshkorngut) a queer Toronto-based filmmaker, as he digs up the dirt on the best horror movies never made. Learn about ALIEN 5, BEETLEJUICE GOES HAWAIIAN, HAL ...
 
If you could sit down with yourself the morning of your first day of high school, what advice would you give? What values would you encourage that junior version of you to define and pursue each day? If you got to start over on Day One and start building yourself into the person and leader you want to be, what would be your first move? The Day One Leadership Podcast asks leaders of all types, backgrounds, and ages those questions and more, as we explore what values drive leaders, and lay out ...
 
Looking for horror movie recommendations off the beaten path? In this biweekly podcast, film critics Matt Donato (/Film) and Matt Monagle (The Austin Chronicle) unearth the most memorable horror films that feature five or fewer reviews on RottenTomatoes. Whether these titles are Fresh or Rotten, they're all Certified Forgotten. Theme song by Analise Nelson with guitar shreds by Jason Kaye.
 
For the fans of Adam Carolla and his friends family and co-workers (past and present). Adam Carolla, Dr. Drew, Jimmy Kimmel, Bryan Bishop, Teresa Strasser, Mike Dawson, Christie Hemme, Big Tad, Anderson, Kyle, Tara, Billy West, David Allen Grier, Aaron Hamill, Cousin Sal, Jeffery Ross, Dave Dameshek, Rachel Sterling, Jaron, Julie Costello, Shawnie Costello, Rich Banks, Joanna Krupa, Dani Lee, Danny Bonaduce, Nicole Pulliam, Paula Harrison, Dr. Bruce, Ray Oldhafer, Oswaldo Castillo, Daniel Ke ...
 
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Take an elevator back into hell and uncover the cancelled Patrick Lussier and Todd Farmer Dimension Films HELLRAISER reboot. We've featured Lussier and Farmer on our HALLOWEEN 3-D episode, and these filmmakers are back for yet another helping of Development Hell. Discover their multiple big budget treatments meant to bring Pinhead back into action …
 
Are you ready to go... all the way? In this episode of Certified Forgotten, the Matts are joined by Fangoria Managing Editor Ariel Fisher (@Afis8) to discuss the rock-and-roll greatness of Deborah Navarra-Brock's Slumber Party Massacre 2. Is this film deserving of a place in the all-time cult canon? And does its handling of both glitter and trauma …
 
BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER was one of the most beloved television series of all time. So beloved, that when it ended in 2003, producers and writers scrambled to find a way to keep the franchise alive. Today we unearth the five nearly produced BUFFY spin-offs, ranging from 2001-2007. Here is what we will be covering: Buffy the Animated Series (a Fox K…
 
Development Hell presents: Christmas is Cancelled This is a new limited audio series uncovering the secret histories & alternate realities behind the most iconic Christmas horror films. Co-hosted by Josh Korngut (editor, Dread Central) and Jason Jenkins (writer, Bloody Disgusting). Part III: THE NIGHTMARE BEFORE CHRISTMAS What's this, you ask? For …
 
Development Hell presents: Christmas is Cancelled This is a new limited audio series uncovering the secret histories & alternate realities behind the most iconic Christmas horror films. Co-hosted by Josh Korngut (editor, Dread Central) and Jason Jenkins (writer, Bloody Disgusting). Part II. SILENT NIGHT, DEADLY NIGHT Josh and Jason discuss Silent N…
 
Ready to greet the end of the world with a smile? In this episode of Certified Forgotten, the Matts are joined by veteran film festival programmer Luke Mullen (@ldmullen) to discuss There Are Monsters, writer-director Jay Dahl's feature adaptation of his award-winning short. Did this movie have the best jump scare both Monagle and Donato have ever …
 
Development Hell presents: Christmas is Cancelled This is a new limited audio series uncovering the secret histories & alternate realities behind the most iconic Christmas horror films. Co-hosted by Josh Korngut (editor, Dread Central) and Jason Jenkins (writer, Bloody Disgusting). Part I: BLACK CHRISTMAS Josh and Jason discuss Black Christmas, the…
 
Legendary advocate, organizer and storyteller Cecilia Gentili joins us for the final episode of Season Two! We talk about her autobiographical show The Knife Cuts Both Ways and finding beauty in your story when the world wants to “reduce you to a ball of trauma.” She shares the joy of being a part of Pose (her first ever audition!) and some behind …
 
Back in 2017 Universal Studios preemptively announced the creation of Dark Universe. The plan was to reboot the classic Univeral Monsters as slick, modern action franchises. The second project greenlit? A remake of The Bride of Frankenstein starring Angelina Jolie. Today Development Hell unpacks why this project never saw the light of day, before e…
 
The Development Hell podcast gets literary with 'The Jaunt', Stephen King's scariest short story. This infamous short takes place early in the 24th century, when the technology for teleportation, referred to as "Jaunting", is commonplace, allowing for instantaneous transportation. Discover why it's taken so long for this chilling story to get adapt…
 
This week’s guests, ayla xuân chi sullivan, Nick Hadikwa Mwaluko, and Roger Q. Mason come from the inaugural New Vision Fellowship for Black trans and gender non-conforming playwrights, a partnership with the National Queer Theatre and Dramatist Guild! As the Fellowship co-founder/lead mentor, Roger shares the genesis of the program, the need for w…
 
Development Hell returns with House of Re-Animator. This would have been the fourth film in the Re-Animator franchise starring Jeffrey Combs. The original film was released in 1985 and was followed by Bride of Re-Animator and Beyond Re-Animator. The fourth film, House of Re-Animator was reported to take place in the white house where scientist Herb…
 
Today we unearth a different kind of development hell. Hellraiser: Bloodline is the completed fourth film in the Hellraiser franchise. It was written by Peter Atkins and had multiple directors attempt to complete its three time-period scope. Find out why this film was so much trouble to make and listen to the latest episode of Development Hell. Our…
 
Mei Ann Teo, theatre, film maker, and Associate Artistic Director of New Work at Oregon Shakespeare Festival, stops by the podcast to give Holly and Meghan a master class in civically minded art, church skits as artistic awakenings, queer plays written by “straight” identifying teens, liberation as a way to subvert the grand narrative and the life …
 
Halloween is Canceled is a new limited audio series unpacking and dissecting five unmade Halloween sequels. Presented by the DREAD Podcast Network’s very own Development Hell, this new podcast celebrates the strange, fascinating and often outrageous history of unmade Michael Myers features. HALLOWEEN KILLS with Omar J. Dorsey In today's final bonus…
 
Halloween is Canceled is a new limited audio series unpacking and dissecting five unmade Halloween sequels. Presented by the DREAD Podcast Network’s very own Development Hell, this new podcast celebrates the strange, fascinating and often outrageous history of unmade Michael Myers features. EPISODE V: HALLOWEEN BAD BLOOD Today's episode features th…
 
Hosts chat with Miss Hazel Jade, director, dramaturg, playwright, librettist, literary consultant, and investor for Broadway and the West End! Miss Hazel shares her current focus to decenter Broadway, return to grassroots nonprofit regional theatre, and inspire the next generation of theatre-makers. She highlights the legal issues with investing in…
 
Halloween is Canceled is a new limited audio series unpacking and dissecting five unmade Halloween sequels. Presented by the DREAD Podcast Network’s very own Development Hell, this new podcast celebrates the strange, fascinating and often outrageous history of unmade Michael Myers features. EPISODE IV: HALLOWEEN RETURNS Before Blumhouse took the re…
 
Halloween is Canceled is a new limited audio series unpacking and dissecting five unmade Halloween sequels. Presented by the DREAD Podcast Network’s very own Development Hell, this new podcast celebrates the strange, fascinating and often outrageous history of unmade Michael Myers features. Today's episode is about the most troubled production in f…
 
There are tough watches, there are tough fucking watches, and then there is Eat Me. In 2018, Jacqueline Wright brought her controversial play to the big screen, and the result is a pseudo-rape revenge film unlike anything you've ever seen. Join the Matts and special guest Jenn Adams (@jennferatu) as they discuss the fine line between exploitation a…
 
Today we sit down with playwright, aerialist, and mother of three dogs, Queerean Nina Ki! We discuss the extra labor that goes into submitting as an artist of color, acting in your own plays (because you’re the only person who knows Korean), writing horror (Asian style), finding inspiration from unlikely sources on Netflix, queering deeply upsettin…
 
Halloween is Canceled is a new limited audio series unpacking and dissecting five unmade Halloween sequels. Presented by the DREAD Podcast Network’s very own Development Hell, this new podcast celebrates the strange, fascinating and often outrageous history of unmade Michael Myers features. Today's episode is about the snowbound Halloween: Retribut…
 
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