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Mar 28, 2014

Movie Meltdown - Episode 267

This week we head back to one of those conventions we always go to, and we loiter around with two of our favorite people - Andy and Ken! Then we hang out with this week's special guest co-hosts - L.C. Holt  and Lane Hughes! They are two actors who have been in quite a few films including Pop Skull, VHS and VHS 2... but these days they are better known as the lamb mask and the fox mask from You're Next! So we take this opportunity to sit down and not only talk about their introduction to the film world, but also their love of horror and more specifically - the state of horror movies today. 

And as we scatter through the air - like bugs, we also discuss... Godzilla, Oldboy, Matthew McConaughey, tearing your hand off, taking an AZT break, Noel Coward, Jack Nicholson, roofing nails everywhere in Alabama, A Nightmare on Elm Street, killing Randy, Dexter, old wrestling, Trigger Man, Bud Spencer and Terence Hill, wolves, glitter, a slow burn, watching trailers, the ghost that terrorized, Easy Rider, Elliott Gould and George Segal, Can't Stop the Music, building up expectaions, Christopher Durang, The Killing, Ti West, John Russo, Frozen, the milkshake, Only God Forgives, movie fanboys, Spider-Man 2, early slasher films, picking up a guitar, Amy Seimetz, Mick Foley, The Sacrament, 'cause you guys geeked out real good right there, MST3K, getting caught up in the hate, Spike Lee, Patrick, Marvel movies, The Burning, Bryan Cranston, tetanus of the sphincter, Brad Dourif, the fifteenth superficial wound, Martin, having three concussions, The Dorm that Dripped Blood, A. J. Bowen, it's fun to play the bad guy... when you play the bad guy, you get to do everything you would never get to do in life... you get to live vicariously... and in a way... you get to vent, a lot of the things you could never vent... it's great anger managenment I think, Friday the 13th, Brandon Carroll, 90 DV tapes, Five Easy Pieces, The Guest, stepping on a nail, Doug Bradley, Rooney Mara, the new Universal Monsters, one of the best seasons of television of any show ever, The Innkeepers, California Split, gushing over movies, Pacific Rim, Halloween, being a masked killer, spaghetti and milkshakes. 

"...we're villians, you know... we're anti-heroes... I'd love to play the boy next door - but that will never happen!"