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Ep. #052 of Cinematic for the People: Steve Jobs/Goosebumps/The Final Girls

On this ungodly long episode of Cinematic for the People, we along with special guests Jeff Broitman, Clinton Cornwell, Christina Johnson and Nathan Uhlig take a look at new releases Steve Jobs, Goosebumps, The Final Girls, and Rock the Kasbah. We then wrap up our October Horror Movie segment with Diabolique(1955) and A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984). Hope you enjoy and always remember you can use our guide below to skip forward in the episode. God knows that's what I do.

00:56- Steve Jobs
27:47- Goosebumps
45:39- The Final Girls
57:14- Rock the Kasbah
1:19:55- Halloween Segment, Diabolique (1955) & A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)
1:43:32- Outro and Preview for Next Week 


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