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We are a movie-themed podcast! Each episode is filled with a dealer's choice of interviews with interesting actors, filmmakers and other guests as well as lengthy discussions of specific movies. Plus our own brand of ridiculous humor with conversations about trends in Hollywood and changes in the film industry.

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Aug 30, 2013

Movie Meltdown - Episode 241

A reunion of former Suncoast employees started out to be just a session meant to discuss some of the strange customers we used to get. But along the way, we also end up also covering the actions that brought down a corporation. And we end up with an overall look at the demise of the...

Aug 23, 2013

Attack of the Killer Soundtrack #6 - Attack of the State Fair!

As usual, Movie Meltdown goes wherever it wants... and takes over. This week we head to the State Fair and we set up shop right in the middle of The Hall of Old Men. There we regale the listeners with our odd tales of the Fair. All the while assembling one...

Aug 17, 2013

Movie Meltdown - Episode 240

This week, we finally get a chance to get some of the group together and sit down and talk movies... like we do. In addition, we also welcome several new people, including members of the band Ultra Pulverize, who have taken it upon themselves to rescore RoboCop. It's a live performance...

Aug 9, 2013

Movie Meltdown - Episode 239

This week we sit down with actor Zach Galligan to talk about his latest starring role in Hatchet 3. Then Zach co-hosts this week's Sofa Theater segment as we discuss William Friedkin's 1977 film "Sorcerer". This often over-looked film in Friedkin's arsenal is filled with amazing sequences...

Aug 2, 2013

Movie Meltdown - Episode 238

This week features the first of our coverage from Fandom Fest 2013 including an interview with writer/director Fred Dekker. The man who created "Night of the Creeps" and "The Monster Squad" sits down to tell us about becoming interested in filmmaking, how those genre classics came to be and...