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58: Unlawful Entry with Casey Clark

Season 2

Casey Lee Clark joins Phil & Emily on this episode of Podcast Like It’s 1992, to talk about Unlawful Entry.


We discuss the film noir-ish themes in this early 90s thriller, Ray Liotta’s intenseness, Kurt Russel’s dimples, and where the hell that $23 million budget went.



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