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Nov 13, 2014

Movie Meltdown - Episode 292

This week we talk with stuntwoman Leslie Hoffman and screenwriter Jeffrey Reddick (Final Destination) about other essential jobs in the world of making movies. Plus we give some of our thoughts on our recent viewing of Oculus.

And while we cover up our head and hope we don’t get trampled by a horse, we also discuss… The Car, Deliver Us from Evil, you don’t have any ownership, Wes Craven, Karen Gillan, being in the entertainment industry, Robert Zemeckis, Robert Englund, I’m one of the people that fall off the car, Two-Minute Warning, Eric Bana, if you rapped or played basketball  I could cast you, Bobby DiCicco, a slime trail down the middle of the floor, Joel McHale, Steven Spielberg, Deadly Friend, Olivia Munn, Deliver Us from Eva, Berea College, the motorcycle sidecar jump, Queen Elizabeth going down the banquet table, A Nightmare on Elm Street, Falcon Crest, Gabrielle Union, fake hair, Good Samaritan, Wendie Jo Sperber, had we hit any lower I probably would have been decapitated, dodging horses, John Ritter, it’s really strong now… it’s not going to break in half, sassy ponytail, falling off The Love Boat, I Wanna Hold Your Hand, Karen Gillan, Jane Badler, when people see that scene it just freaks them out, do they look like high school students, you got to roll on the ground and fire guns, feel free to stalk me… I’m very stalk-able, the saddle caught my elbow, directing your own work and the dummy with the exploding head.

Spoiler Alert: A certain spoiler is revealed for Deliver Us from Evil. You have been warned! 

“My illusions of how the movie industry worked were crushed very early.” 

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