A Frame Apart Podcast - The Texas Chainsaw Massacre - Dinner Scene

All month we’ve been building up to our 100th episode. To celebrate, we asked our nearest and dearest to join us, making July a family affair! Episode 97 had Bob and his big sister, Jackie, discussing three of their favourite flicks as kids: A Goofy MovieEmpire Records (the original release, naturally!), and Bio-Dome. For episode 98, Ariel’s big brother, Derek, joined us, and they talked about nostalgia and forbidden films, and the movies their parents vetted: The Karate Kid (1984), Poltergeist (1982), and Natural Born Killers.

This week, our guests were some of the most important humans in our lives: our mothers. Ariel’s mom, Silvia, and Bob’s mom, Vicki, join us to talk about the movies they shared with us growing up that left the biggest impacts. For Ariel and Silvia, it was The Sound of Music and A League of Their Own. For Bob and Vicki, Doctor Dolittle and The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. It’s an interesting combination of films for a lengthy 3 hour episode about the women that made us, and the movies they shared with us. And you’re not going to want to miss Silvia’s one sentence review of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre!

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