Who Shot Ya? Episode 102: Scare The Children! - 'Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark' and the Best Decade For Horror with Lucé Tomlin-Brenner

Who Shot Ya?
Lucé Tomlin-Brenner

Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark

It's never too early to start prepping for Halloween! This week the gang talks about the tween-friendly horror film Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark. Ify and Drea are back and they are joined by horror fanatic, comedian and director Lucé Tomlin-Brenner. The gang reveals which movies scared them the most as children. They discuss the best decade for horror. Ify goes on a rant about Hobbs & Shaw. And, as always, staff picks.

In news, Disney "has concerns" and The Hunt gets cancelled.

Staff Picks:

Ify - Tales from the Darkside: The Movie
Alonso - Where'd You Go, Bernadette
Drea - The Beguiled
Lucé - Braid

With Ify Nwadiwe, Alonso Duralde, Drea Clark, and Lucé Tomlin-Brenner.

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Produced by Casey O'Brien and Laura Swisher for MaximumFun.org.

Bullseye: Felicity Huffman & Anthony Michael Hall

Felicity Huffman
Anthony Michael Hall

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Photo: Jesse Thorn

Felicity Huffman talks American Crime, Motherhood, and William H. Macy

While actor Felicity huffman is probably best known for her tenure as Lynette Scavo in Desperate Housewives, she has played many beloved characters throughout her career as an actor. From Dana Whitaker in Aaron Sorkin’s Sports Night to Bree in Transamerica, Huffman now is starring in American Crime, ABC’s Emmy nominated series.
Jesse sits down with Huffman to discuss her preparation for her varied roles in American Crime, her relationship with William H. Macey, and how motherhood has affected her acting career.
Huffman is nominated for an Emmy for her work on American Crime.

Photo: Jesse Thorn

Anthony Michael Hall talks Teen Stardom, John Hughes, and Playing the Geek

Anthony Michael Hall is most known for the films that he made with John Hughes in the 80’s such as The Breakfast Club and Sixteen Candles. Since then, he has worked on many projects, ranging from science fiction series The Dead Zone to indies like his newest film Natural Selection.
Here, Hall and Jesse talk about his time working as a teen actor and the celebrity he acquired at a young age, his relationship with John Hughes, and his later in life career.
He can be seen in his new movie Natural Selection. More information can be found here http://www.naturalselectionthefilm.com/

The Outshot: Comedy Sketch

In this week's Outshot, Jesse talks about the function on "the game" in a comedy sketch, and how it works in one of his favorite sketches.

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