Episode 328: Over the Edge (1979)


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Special Guests: Charlie Haas, Tim Hunter, Vincent Spano, Andy Romano, Harry Northup Guest Co-Hosts: Heather Drain, Leon Chase Jonathan Kaplan's Over the Edge (1979) tells the story of a group of disaffected youths growing up in the sterile confines of a remote suburb. Their folks dig on that almighty dollar, seeking to continue to build up the cookie cutter homes of New Granada, even if it means knocking down the local rec center, the only place the kids have to congregate in any sort of civilized manner. This episode features interviews with co-writers Charlie Haas and Tim Hunter along actors Vincent Spano, Andy Romano, and Harry Northup. Leon Chase and Heather Drain join Mike to reminisce about the film and their younger days. Buy Over the Edge on DVD Buy The Enthusiast: A Novel by Charlie Haas Visit Harry Northup's Times Times 3 blog Listen to our episode on Pump Up the Volume Listen to the Talk Without Rhythm episode on Over The Edge + Pump Up the Volume Visit the official Leon Chase website Visit the official Heather Drain website

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