May 17, 2013
Movie Meltdown - Episode 229
Always going that extra step to find our audience, this week we set up shop at the Flea Off Market to spread the word about the show. But then as usual, we just hang out and primarily talk amongst ourselves about movies. So as we are seated there between carved statues of bears, various clothing articles and the multitude of record vendors... we proceed to discuss important subjects like Iron Man 3, Pain and Gain, The Call, Kiss of the Damned and - The Notebook? Plus the gloves come off... as we discuss what child of a celebrity is a complete sociopath. But what we didn't expect was the "interesting" people we would meet while we were there, including a guy in a killer whale shirt, a woman who claims she delivered a pizza to Harry Dean Stanton and a vendor who tells us he likes to run marathons dressed in his Captain Jean Luc Picard uniform. You gotta love the flea market!
Plus as we attempt to suplex a small child, we also mention... sea shells crafted into Ninja Turtles, the death tunnel, justice vs. wasted tax-payer dollars, going to the drive-in, Session 9, self absorbed machismo, Tony Stark, a Hollywood surreal art house film, Jennifer Garner, Marvel vs. DC, The State Lunatic Hospital at Danvers, Rogue vs. Storm, spawned something, Donatello... the survivor, John Cassavete's films, Vincent D'onofrio, Silence of the Lambs Lite, Star Trek, Xan Cassavetes, John Carter, Happy Accidents, Milo Ventimiglia, Faces, Brad Anderson, Gothika, having an underground lair, the M. Night school of script picking, a fake, Michael Bay, going to Cheeks, High Fidelity, Waverly Hills Sanatorium, The Island, Thor in Santa Fe, Next Stop Wonderland, smelling hair, the Iron Man paradox, post-traumatic lock down, The Machinist, Reverend Horton Heat's phone number, being dressed like the Universal Monsters, Halle Berry, Dances with Wolves, the natal pod that birthed you, a collection of wiffle bats and a shark mouth that you could walk through.
Spoiler Alert: Spoilers for "The Call" are contained in this episode. Also... for those who are wrestling-ignorant as we are, David Otunga aka Officer Jake Devans, is a WWE wrestler.
"People show minor interest in our wares and then wander off..."