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Three time You Should Love Wrestling guest, and acclaimed director David Steiman (director of Santa’s Slay starring Bill Goldberg) comes back to lend his filmmaking expertise in a discussion of John Carpenter’s 1988 cult classic “They Live” staring Rowdy Roddy Piper. David surprised and delights the boys with his head to toe Rowdy Roddy Piper costume he wore to the recording. And the crew breaks down the cult status film, including where it shines, and where it comes up short. And, as always David brings some thoughtful insight into the filmmaking process, noticing some crafty budget moves made in the direction of “They Live.” And, as always Nick and Stephen deliver their typical non-sense including a sandwich on a pole conversation, leading us all back to the question we asked David months ago, have you gone to The Stuffed Sandwich located in San Gabriel, CA? What does he say? Listen to find out.

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92. David Steiman – “They Live” (1988)