Summary: News, reviews and interviews about your favorite thing - Movies.
The geek activities check-in continues as we virtually visit with Sam Drog and see what he's been up to and what he's been watching in these unusual times.
This episode we continue our running check-in series as we visit with Dick Starr for a discussion about the world around us, life choices and the movies we watch along the way.
We're back to check in with some different Meltdown regulars to see what they've been up to during the quarantine.
Since everyone is trapped at home, we decide to stay in touch during these weird times with a new quarantine edition of one of our old favorite discussions... geek activities.
This week the Horror Club attempts to reconvene in the semi-post-apocalyptic world to discuss Mike Flanagan’s adaptation of Stephen King's story Gerald's Game.
Settle in for an extensive discussion of the sci-fi classic - Battle Beyond the Stars. And this is a film that definitely gives us a lot to dig into, considering the movie is produced by Roger Corman, written by John Sayles, featuring music composed by James Horner, art direction and visual effects by James Cameron… just to name a few of it's notable crew. Plus a star-studded cast including Richard Thomas, Robert Vaughn, John Saxon, George Peppard, Julia Duffy and of course Sybil Danning.
This Horror Club episode we discuss "Polaroid", the 2019 film directed by Lars Klevberg.
It’s time to announce the winners of this year’s Meltdown Awards! Join us as we discuss all the nominees and then reveal the winners from the 2019 films and performances voted on by our listeners.
The Meltdown Horror Club is back to discuss "In the Tall Grass". This 2019 film is directed by Vincenzo Natali and is based on a Stephen King story. So listen as we delve into this visually interesting and seemingly disorienting movie - plus we continually address just how well King’s writing transfers to the screen.
This episode we're joined by composers Erich Stem and David Neville to play and discuss all the 2019 Oscar nominees for both Best Original Song and Best Original Score.
This outing we crawl our way into the disaster movie genre as we spend a good portion of the episode trying to decide - just what makes a disaster movie. Plus we discuss this week's Sofa Theater feature - Crawl starring Kaya Scodelario, Barry Pepper and directed by Alexandre Aja.
This episode we celebrate Life Day and the final chapter in the Skywalker saga... The Rise of Skywalker. Join us as we discuss the finer points of this latest movie. How effective it is a final movie in this most recent trilogy. And how well it wraps up this huge story arc that has meant so much to so many people - for generations.
As the world is about to be reintroduced to Lando Calrissian on the big screen, we thought what better time than to talk with Billy Dee Williams about his crossovers into the music industry. And of course, along the way we build a soundtrack from his films and music tie-ins.
This episode we talk with Jonah Ray about art, friendship, movies, comedy, music and Mystery Science Theater 3000.
Welcome to the Horror Club exclusive... Meltdown Dysfunctional family Thanksgiving celebration! Featuring not only dinner of mostly traditional foods, but also a full discussion of the minorly Thanksgiving-related movie "Kristy".