Episode: 482: Interview with directors of Time Trap


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482: Interview with directors of Time Trap

Ben Foster and Mark Dennis are co-directors of a "Time Trap," a new movie that takes inspiration from many of the time travel movies of our beloved '80s. They join the show this week to talk about the latest work, Hollywood's love affair with '80s remakes and more. 

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