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Oscar Montoya is a co-host of the new MaxFun podcast Eurovangelists, all about the Eurovision Song Contest. And his love of song and spectacle factors into his professional life as a dancer, actor, and comedian. But long before that career began, Oscar was a kid growing up in Colombia, where for some reason a 1985 movie called Young Sherlock Holmes was playing on repeat. Directed by Barry Levinson and produced by Steven Spielberg, the movie captures the Watson/Sherlock dynamic that is common to most every retelling of that story…except this time, they’re kids. As a smart but quiet kid himself, Young Oscar saw himself in the Young Watson of Young Sherlock Holmes.

Then, Jordan has one quick thing about the slate of upcoming horror movies!


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