103: Gnaw: Food of the Gods 2 (1989) with Mark Junop
Happy 2nd Anniversary! That's right, for the past two years Cam and Becky have been having a great time chatting with guests all about their favourite Canadian films. In what's become our annual tradition, we sit down with the man who was the first guest on our podcast Mark Junop to talk about another giant rat movie. It seems like after 3, we've now gone through all the Canadian giant rat movies. And although we haven't saved the best of them for last (that was Of Unkown Origin) we have saved the most bananas. We don't even want to spoil the weirdo surprises for you!
Gather your buddies and get ready to say, "Hold on...what?" a lot.
This week's end credit music is the opening strains of Happy Birthday by Stevie Wonder.
On this week's show
Mark Junop was born in Fort McMurray, AB and raised in Pembroke, ON. He earned his BFA in Film at Ryerson University. He is part of the comedy group Comedy Without Cause and currently is the Vice President of Director of Operations at Chesler/Perlmutter Productions where you can find his name at the end of such films as The Devil’s Teardrop (2010), Red: Werewolf Hunter (2010), Pegasus vs. Chimera (2012), A Very Merry Mix-up (2013), The Hazing Secret (2014), Christmas Incorporated (2015) and 18 other Christmas movies this past decade. Mark’s IMDB STARmeter as of this bio is 3,763,757 and he firmly believes that Clint Eastwood’s Sully should have ended with The Misfits “Where Eagles Dare” playing over the end credits.