075 - Madd Maxx Morrison - Super Important!

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In this episode WrestleHorror hosts, Donnie Hoover, "Meathook" Jim Millspaugh, and John Orlando talk with Madd Maxx Morrison. Madd Maxx is a professional wrestler, actor, and drummer.

Listen in as Madd Maxx Morrison shares some great stories, and knowledge, with the guys about the world of pro wrestling, acting in the horror genre on films such as Iron Reagan: Patronizer, Deathboard, and Shriekshow. We'll also hear his opinions on why wrestling and horror are similar, his time on the road as a drummer where he opened up for bands such as DieCast, Green Jello, Primer 55 and Stuck Mojo, and why spelling his name correctly is Super Important!.

Madd Maxx also talks about his love of horror films and how he was terrified at an early age by the likes of Chucky, Pinhead and the Crypt Keeper. This began a deep love affair and appreciation for his nightmare fuel. His weekly routine would consist of religious doses of WCW Saturday Night and Monster Vision w/Joe Bob Briggs.

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