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Jul 10, 2020

Movie Meltdown: Episode 526 (For our Patreon "Horror Club")

First off... we bring you a special announcement about our new running series!! Not only does it have a super geeky tie-in - but it allows everyone to get involved!  

And then... The Horror Club returns to discuss a terrific film that even WE weren't fully prepared for... The Perfection. Directed by Richard Shepard and starring Allison Williams, Logan Browning and Steven Weber - this movie will more than likely impress and shock most viewers.

 

And while we are continually jarred by our shifting perspective, we also address… Black Sabbath, some emotional problems, in an old janky school bus, Brian De Palma, Korean revenge movies, body horror, religion, so anxiety inducing, being a prodigy, maggots, sinister and horrifying, bugs, adjusting the tracking, different parts, calmly making dinner, this look in his eye, Ransom, the twist, electroshock therapy, satisfying, cellos, Boris Karloff, crazy eyes, the entire landscape, passion projects, leaves the country, this Is where I would be fine with being killed, chained to the floor, Single White Female, Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist, rewinding, he was just like grey, she pulls a meat cleaver out of her bag, beautiful shots, David Bowie, Girls, getting sick, Goodtimes Video, Mario Bava, giving a performance and Miramax Films.

 

Spoiler Alert: Full spoilers for The Perfection. So go watch it beforehand for spoiler-free listening. Seriously, this movie has LOTS of spoilers... so really, watch it before you listen.

 

“This movie constantly threw me for a loop… in a good way… every time I thought I had it figured out - it was like NOPE.”