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**old lady voice** "Get off the TikTok!" This week your favorite ghouls discuss American Psycho (2000)!Thanks to Lily Leblanc for our theme song!Support BLM: https://blacklivesmatters.carrd.co/Support Trans Lifeline: https://translifeline.org/about/Support Abortion Funds: https://abortionfunds.org/Support GMN: https://www.patreon.com/GoodMourningNa…
 
This week your favorite ghouls are discussing two kaiju films! Mothra is a an actual goddess and Hedorah... well, let's say she's got some toxic tendencies. Oh and Godzilla is totally gay. In fact, all the kaiju are gay. We're here for it! Content Warning: menstruation, menstruating while trans, possible hints of body dysmorphia.BLM: https://blackl…
 
When Utah nurse Melody Forsyth learned her baby-to-be had Down syndrome, she and her family thought it would change their lives. And it did - for the better. Ruby, now six, has led the Forsyth family into a world of outdoor recreation, including skiing. Watching Ruby ride the Chickadee lift at Snowbird and ski down with her Wasatch Adaptive Sports …
 
Visit any western resort town and you’ll find a robust LatinX community, sometimes making up 30% of the population. It’s a robust part of community culture. But oftentimes, it’s a segment that doesn’t ski. SOS Outreach, a nonprofit serving 15 resort and urban communities nationwide including Utah, is seeking to change that. Today, Last Chair will v…
 
This week your favorite ghouls discuss the gothic horror/romance film, Crimson Peak (2015)! linktr.ee/goodmourningnancyCW: Abusive relationships, matricide, child death, incest, murder of a parent, death of a parent due to sickness, poisoning, mensuration, rape, mental health and illness (specifically BPD), mentioning of the womb as "female" via a …
 
Visitors to Sundance Mountain Resort this winter have found a wonderful new experience at one of Utah’s great hidden gems. Working with the experienced Sundance team, legendary ski industry leader Bill Jensen has helped them transform the resort with new lifts, terrain, snowmaking and much more. Jensen, a longtime visionary who has led some of Nort…
 
Utah’s 15 resorts paint a majestic portrait amidst the winter landscape. So what if someone painted them all, with watercolors based in snow melt from each resort. That’s what passionate Utah skier Lexi Dowdall has set out to do with her Paint by Powder Project! Dowdall is a snow-loving outdoor enthusiast who actively seeks out the Greatest Snow on…
 
Cohen grew up in the east, hopping around small New York ski hills like Stony Point and Silver Mine. His father took him on trips to Vermont, skiing Stratton, Stowe, Killington, Mt. Snow and more. Mondays were a day off for his father, who owned a bakery, so it wasn’t unusual for young Lee to play hooky and head off to Hunter Mountain or other day …
 
The end is nigh! Or is it? This week your favorite ghouls discuss 28 Days Later!Trigger warnings: sexual assault, rape, Black character tropes, death by suicide, heteronormativity, deadly viruses, pandemics and epidemics, child death, parental death, HIV Aids.Visit Our Website(s): https://linktr.ee/goodmourningnancyBLM & TLM: blacklivesmatters.carr…
 
“I'm so thankful for the people in town who founded the Youth Sports Alliance after the 2002 games,” said Fisher. “It was a community effort to get all of the youth from Summit and Wasatch counties out using these amazing Olympic venues and getting as many kids out and active in our community playground. The legacy absolutely still lives on.” And i…
 
The 2002 Olympics transformed Salt Lake City and its neighboring venue communities into a stage that welcomed the world. For 17 days, the Games captivated spectators and television viewers as athletes dazzled fans and shed tears of joy. The Games also brought a richness to Utah communities that is very much still alive today. When now Utah Senator …
 
You haven't seen, let alone heard of the film Cherry Falls (2000)? Well, you're in for a treat! This is arguably the LAST 90s TEEN SLASHER movie! Its the end of an era and we're here to talk about tropes turned on their heads, virginity, asexuality, and kissing your mom on the goddamn lips (WTF!!!??)Trigger warnings: violence, sex, sexual language,…
 
The legend of Alf Engen goes back to the 1920s when Alf brought his brothers to America from Norway. In the midwest and later out in the mountains, they found a home in America as skiers. Alf became a great ski jumping champion and world record holder at Ecker Hill, near Park City. He spent time at Sun Valley but ultimately settled in Utah. In the …
 
What do ski lifts mean to skiers? Ask Doppelmayr USA President Katharina Schmitz and she’ll tell you ‘freedom.’ In this episode, Last Chair host Tom Kelly chats with the leader of Utah-based Doppelmayr USA to explore the evolution of ski lifts and future trends, not only at resorts but as a vital form of mountain and urban transportation. Doppelmay…
 
Merry Christmas, Happy Solstice and Joyous Holiday to one and all! This month your favorite ghouls are discussing avant-garde and new wave queer cinema director, Curtis Harrington's Whoever Slew Auntie Roo? (1972). Grab yourself a gingerbread man and eat up this deliciously campy hagsploitation Christmas film!Trigger warnings: child abuse, child de…
 
A New Hampshire native, Ulmer discovered skiing as a young girl, skipping school to hit the slopes at lunch time. Friends told her about skiing in Utah. Her mom found a $40 one-way airline ticket. And she headed west, making Salt Lake City her home. She spent every waking moment skiing the bumps at Snowbird. Her breakthrough came after an all-day d…
 
Cruising through knee deep powder in the peace and solitude of the Utah backcountry is pure joy. It’s alluring. It can also be dangerous if you are not well prepared. Journalist Tony Gill grew up skiing on 300-foot ski hills in the midwest. Today, you’ll find him on his telemark skis in the Utah backcountry. He’ll talk us through the joy of having …
 
Happy Belated Thanksgiving! This month your favorite ghouls are discussing Remi Weekes's debut film, HIS HOUSE (2020). Lots of trigger warnings here, kids. In this episode we have discussions on survivor's guilt, trauma & PTSD. This episode also contains discussions on domestic abuse, forced assimilation, sexual assault and rape, violence against w…
 
We’ve all fantasized about our trips to the mountain by poring over detailed trail maps, plotting out each run of our ski vacation. The man behind those maps, James Niehues, has become somewhat of a cult hero in the sport after three decades documenting hundreds of resorts worldwide, painting each and every tree and showcasing perspective to make m…
 
From wild game chili to Stein Burgers and Swedish meatballs with mashed potatoes, Chef Zane Holmquist has served it all. The Stein Eriksen Lodge VP of food and beverage, who grew up in Utah, oversees one of the most highly acclaimed dining rooms in skiing, but is just as much at home on his mountain bike, skis or in triathlons around the world.…
 
Abbey is back from maternity leave! This month we're discussing everyone's favorite Halloween film (don't deny it!) Trick 'r Treat (2007).Specific triggers for this episode: child death, menstruation, having or not having children, post-partum depression, caring for the elderly, vaccines, autism, elders in peril, and children in peril. There are al…
 
Growing up on Cape Cod, it may seem unusual that young Jeremy Jones gravitated towards sliding on snow. But family ski outings led to his passion for snowboarding. Today, Jones is one of the world’s most well known names in big mountain snowboarding. But as he saw his season shortened and glaciers receding, he decided to fight back. He started Prot…
 
Over the past two decades, Utah native Ted Ligety has hopscotched across five continents every year, collecting World Cup crystal globes and Olympic gold medals. This winter, he's back home in Utah! Last Chair kicks off season three with an in-depth interview with Utah's own Olympic champion. Check out these stats: 25 World Cup wins, five crystal g…
 
Trigger warning: We discuss serial killers, choking, and cannibalism later on in the episode.Greetings, Ghosts and Ghouls! GMN is back...well...kinda! Abbey is still on maternity leave but Gracie has a "ghost" host this week! Kate MF Sculley! This week they're talking about the beautifully problematic thriller, Perfume (2006)!Thanks to Lily LeBlanc…
 
Greetings, Ghosts and Ghouls! GMN is back...well...kinda! Abbey is still on maternity leave but Gracie has a "ghost" host this week! Carolyn Gerk! This week they're talking about Rose Glass's depressing religious-horror film, Saint Maud!Check out Carolyn's Etsy: https://www.etsy.com/shop/VelvetHandDesignsThanks to Lily LeBlanc for our theme song: w…
 
Greetings, Ghosts and Ghouls! GMN is back...well...kinda! Abbey is still on maternity leave but Gracie has a "ghost" host this week! Amber Knapp! This week they're talking about Wes Craven's underrated, post-9/11 hit, RED EYE!Check out Amber's horror blog: https://anotheroneforthefire.com/Thanks to Lily LeBlanc for our theme song: www.lilythecompos…
 
In this episode we chat with author Daniel M. Bensen about his new speculative biology novel Interchange. In this sequel to 2019's Junction, a group of humans attempt to travel across the many biomes of the alien planet beyond the wormhole on Earth. Daniel discusses how his worldbuilding process leant itself to creating the geography and biology of…
 
It's the season 9 finale! This week your favorite ghouls are discussing Ari Aster's sophomore film, Midsommar!We're officially on maternity leave! We'll be returning in a few months! Stay tuned!---Thanks to Lily LeBlanc for our theme song: www.lilythecomposer.com---BLM: https://blacklivesmatters.carrd.co/Trans Lifeline: https://translifeline.org/do…
 
"OW! My tit!" This week your favorite ghouls discuss the misunderstood horror gem, Jennifer's Body! ---Thanks to Lily LeBlanc for our theme song: www.lilythecomposer.com---BLM: https://blacklivesmatters.carrd.co/TLM: https://translifeline.org/---Resources:How Jennifer’s Body went from a flop in 2009 to a feminist cult classic today By Constance Gra…
 
This week, your favorite ghouls discuss the gonzo, 80's horror flick: Blood Diner! Guest starring Alison Peirse, author of the books After Dracula, Korean Horror Cinema, and Women Make Horror!---Thanks to Lily LeBlanc for our theme song: www.lilythecomposer.com---BLM: https://blacklivesmatters.carrd.co/TLM: https://translifeline.org/----Research:ht…
 
Wow... sorry that this is a week late... but it was worth it! At least, we think so! Topics of discussion: The Triple Goddess, Triangles, Toxic Masculinity and Complacency, Female Monstrosity, and Re-Writing Fairytales.---Thanks to Lily LeBlanc for our theme song: www.lilythecomposer.com---Resources:PBS's MONSTRUM: Hansel & Gretel by Dr. Emily Zark…
 
As skiers, we all have a responsibility to be good stewards of the mountains we ride. Sustainability is vital for our future. David Perry, one the ski industry's most knowledgeable advocates for preservation of our mountain resources, sees a true sustainable future - if we can all work together! Ski Utah's Last Chair takes a look into our future an…
 
"I'm not crazy! I'm possessed!" This week your favorite ghouls discuss GOTHIKA!---Thanks to Lily LeBlanc for our theme song www.lilythecomposer.com---Resources:https://www.google.com/amp/s/nerdist.com/article/black-final-girls-slasher-films/%3famphttps://www.google.com/amp/s/www.ign.com/articles/2003/04/24/gothika-production-start%3famp=1 Gothika: …
 
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