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Join film critic Betty Jo Tucker, a confirmed movie addict, as she rants and raves about all things cinematic with co-host Jazz Shaw, producer Nikki Starr and noted movie critics – plus lots of fascinating film folks.

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Movie Addict HQ remembers Lucille Ball, the legendary actress and comedian who charmed people throughout the world with her movies, TV shows and stage appearances. Joining in this special tribute to the Queen of Comedy are James Sheridan, co-author of Lucille Ball: FAQ, and Elisabeth Edwards, author of I Love Lucy: A Celebration of All Things Lucy as well as other books about the beloved show biz icon. Sheridan, a graduate of Fordham University, is a lifelong Lucy fan who could name every I Love Lucy episode in order at the age of seven! Edwards works at Desilu, LLC -- a company Lucie Arnaz and Desi Arnaz Jr. put together to mange their parents' estate.
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On-Demand Episodes

Horror expert Adam J. Hakari returns to help Betty Jo take on film vampires, especially the ones in "30 Days of Night."

Find out if guest film critic Frank Wilkins agrees with Betty Jo about "28 Weeks Later" and other zombie flicks.

Actress Rosemary Gore joins Betty Jo to talk about playing Alice Walker in "Fear of the Dark" as well as her work in "Baby Doll" and other horror movies.

Actor Barry Bostwick drops by Movie Addict HQ to chat about his work in this cult classic. Barry comes on at minute 2:41.

Betty Jo raves about writer/director/composer Vohn Regensburger's haunting debut film.

Filmmakers Chris Metzler & Jeff Springer join Betty Jo to talk about their documentary and how they persuaded John Waters to narrate it.

Film critics John P. McCarthy and Diana Saenger share their reactions to the remake of this classic Western.

Mad Movie Man A.J. Hakari returns to discuss this outrageous comedy starring Christopher Walken.

Documentary filmmaker Mark Bussler visits MAHQ on the very day his "Classic Game Room" DVD is released. Guess what he wants to talk about.

V. Ulea discusses her extraordinary work as a director, writer and poet.