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Oct 1, 2016

Movie Meltdown - Episode 367

This week we return to our segment The Caffeinated Movie Geek as actor Dean Cameron sits in to discuss life, conventions and the film Withnail and I. Plus we bring up the reunion of Summer School's Chainsaw and Dave!

And while we debunk the romanticized mythology of King Curtis, we also mention... Dickens, this is really Uncle Monty, watching Dan play Minecraft, the chaos, King Lear, Doctor Who, Xander Berkeley, Ric Olié, I'll never play The Dane, Zeffirelli's auditions, Del Preston, the guy I've never heard of is cleaning up, there's some genuine love that gets put out there, the end of the 60's, a tone piece, performances in a vacuum, being Ted Neeley and breaking the rules, because of you guys - I make masks, Hell or High Water, Tweeting with Dustin Hoffman, the career you should have had, a perennial for actors, Rick Baker's assistants, building-up celebrities to tear them down, Jimi Hendrix, grows a head in his shoulder, turn of the century paupers, in it's own time and place, badly lit, liquor in the shotgun, the death rumor, touching people's lives, Spice World, Doubt, classic grim British feel, ABC movie of the week, no discernible jokes, association with drug use, quotes and a question mark, too much like life, How to Get Ahead in Advertising, I wouldn't want a woman who would go out with me and Masters of Sex.

Spoiler Alert: Full spoilers for the 1987 film Withnail and I, so go watch it before you listen.

"Everybody completely commits to it... it's just a grim tale."

For more on , Dean's life and career, go to: http://www.deancameron.com/