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Breaking Down TMNT, Phantasm: Ravager, and Looking for Jacqui Holland in the Rubble of Los Angeles

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In Episode 3 of the Critics Den Podcast, we finally manage to screw up the live sound levels that we had miraculously succeeded in setting for the first two shows.

This may have set the precedence for the worst show ever. Next, our interview subject Jacqui Holland from the film Silent But Deadly failed to come on, prompting us to wonder if she had been swallowed up by the earthquake in Los Angeles. Because us East Coasters automatically believe an earthquake opens up the bowels of hell to swallow entire cities whole.

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Jacqui Holland: Photo by Evan Duning

As we pondered the fate of Jacqui, we pondered the fate of two movies coming in the future:

Phantasm: Ravager, which will include giant-ass spheres and Angus Scrimm still old and kicking as The Tall Man.

Phantasm: Ravager / Silver Sphere Corporation

Phantasm: Ravager / Silver Sphere Corporation

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, headed by Michael Bay and has to be better than any TMNT film besides the first.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles / Paramount Pictures

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles / Paramount Pictures

PS- Yes, this is the worst show ever, but we did manage to figure out our sign-off phrase.

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Patrick began collecting a library of VHS tapes, DVDs, and CDs when he was young, and continues to build a library that could easily double as a video store and/or a revitalized Tower Records.

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