Movie Moments Podcast Ep. 008: Poltergeist (1982)

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In Episode 008, William welcomes Dave Becker (aka “Dr. Shock”) to discuss movie moments from Poltergeist (1982). Join us!

Have you ever noticed how there can be very specific moments in a film that seem to stay with you long after you have seen the movie? It’s like the moment becomes a part of you in some way and helps you better understand your own personal story. That’s what the Movie Moments Podcast is all about. Join us!


You can hear more from Dave Becker (aka “Dr. Shock”, aka “Mad Doc Dave”) by checking out his other works listed below:

This is Daves profile picture on Twitter and is the only photo I could find of him.

Dr. Shock’s links:
– Dave writes a daily movie review on DVDinfatuation.com
– Follow Dave on Twitter @DVDinfatuation
– Like Dave’s DVD Infatuation, now on Facebook
– Follow @MonstersCast on Twitter
– Dave covers Western movies on the We Deal in Lead podcast
– Dave appears on another horror podcast: Land of the Creeps
– He covers all things UniversalMonsters on UniversalMonstersCast


You can hear more from me, William Rowan Jr. by checking out my other podcasts listed below:

William Rowan Jr (aka Solo, aka Kill Bill Kill, aka Rowan the Des… oh, never mind)

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