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Jul 13, 2012

Movie Meltdown - Episode 184

This week we are “live” at Fright Night Film Fest / FandomFest (and Christine's bedroom), as we sit down with actress, writer, director Christine Elise McCarthy and talk about her career and her short film Bathing and the Single Girl. She has an amazing list of credits, from Child’s Play 2 to Abel Ferrara’s Body Snatchers. From starring on Beverly Hills 90210 and ER to China Beach and In the Heat of the Night. Christine has worked on some terrific projects over the years, and we talk about her work as well as the craziness of being in the public eye. Plus Director Miles Miller also joins us to tell us about his short film Pillow. And then everyone sticks around as we head into this week's Sofa Theater feature - the infamous Man Bites Dog.

And while ducking the maid doing our room check... we also mention... THE Black Leather hat, Zero Killed, naked French people, Facebook, rival fan club, Modern Family, perspective changes, being a serial killer, Ritalin, narcissism, drunk driving in the 70's, Network, murder fantasies, Behind the Mask, Natural Born Killers, Cops, the remake of Man Bites Dog?, Funny Games, unintentional art, Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer, A League of their Own, Oliver Stone, Guy Debord, Irreversible, being chased around by teenage girls, Tim Curry, Waterfront Film Festival, Jason Priestley, Hamlet and TV dinners, the sun doesn’t rise in the North, Tom Hanks, mirage of complications, going to film school, boots with spurs, Hard Copy, rabid teenage girls, crying into my Hungry Man dinner, and  the difference between comedy and tragedy.

“How can I get involved in the film industry with no skills and no talent and no training? I guess I’ll be an actor.”

For more on Christine’s film “Bathing and the Single Girl” go to: http://www.bathingandthesinglegirl.com/

For more on Miles film “Pillow” join his Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/pillowfilm