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Nov 30, 2012

Movie Meltdown - Episode 205

This week starts off a little different, as we attempt to let someone else lead the introduction. Bear with us, as we quickly get past that and move on into some really interesting discussions. Including new movies, the future of retro and what is it that gives each decade it's own look, feel and personality. And just what killed Fred?!? We'll find out in an amazing story, involving old caves, a flour sifter, the mall, pollutants, twigs, dioramas, asbestos and a box full of Barbies. You have to hear this one... it's a classic!

And as we try to decide just what movies represent the 2000's, we also mention...  Jules and Jim, Emma Watson, a Slinky, The Pride of Miss Jean Brodie, fads, The Faculty, Oedipus, (The?) Rope, I Love the 80's/90's, a character actor orgy, The Goonies, Aimee Mann and John Doe, superhero movies, The Lord of the Rings trilogy, torture porn, earthquakes, karaoke backgrounds, Nick at Night, Napoleon Dynamite, finding things on YouTube, Blood Simple, Powerpoint presentations, our era is so not cool, twindow, Judd Apatow, Bill Murray or Jim Belushi?, Count Floyd, Patty Duke's twin, MTV has a publishing company?, Ghost Stories of Somewhere, retroleum, John Hughes, The Perks of Being a Wallflower, being mocked at 5 months old, The Slinky doesn't know!!, 1969, we've always had the internet, irony, hipster vs. douchbag, Harry Potter, Beginners, Apartment 3G, resurfacing disco, Kurt Cobain has always been dead, Begotten, what font to use, you should be less gullible, Suzanne Pleshette and making out with Richard Belzer. 

"Before that ever happened, I was already dead."