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Apr 1, 2019

Movie Meltdown - Episode 480

This week some previously absent members of the gang are reunited to go on adventures at The Lexington Comic & Toy Convention! So listen as we discuss seeing celebrities, buying cool stuff and just what is the right criteria for being a supervillain.

And as we obviously prove that we are not infected by a smart amoeba, we also bring up… Val Kilmer, Stan against Evil, the entire Scream movie franchise, Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency, Fightworld, The Umbrella Academy, Adam Copeland, hardcore Doctor Who fans, the surf channel on Pluto, Robert Sheehan, haphazardly slapped together, Bring ‘em Back Alive and Tales of the Gold Monkey, Jon Cryer, Elijah Wood, wants to become some kind of tree spirit, I was training him to be a tough little squirrel, Belle and the burrito, Neve Campbell, there was literally flailing, Jan-Michael Vincent, hoodie Spider-Man, Forged in Fire, Douglas Adams, everything that happens will get me to where I need to go, dude put on your big-boy britches, it’s like the ocean inside your head, there's the body switching in time machines, F-ing Courteney Cox's bangs, fear of the Neti Pot, what about ascots... can you wear an ascot, Doctor Cox, a talking monkey, indestructible nanny, Saved by the Bell, Michael Biehn, the recreational vehicle of the future, Sean Bean playing Sean Bean, he goes to Mexico City to learn how to box, perfectly wrong, Fiona Dourif, everybody needs a good didgeridoo every once in awhile and of course no guns… no gun parts… and no hats.

Spoiler Alert: Minor spoilers for Fightworld and major spoilers for the Scream movies… but hopefully, by now you’ve seen those.

“I don't know what was going on in that movie that just brought out these great character performances?!”

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