1 hr 11 min

"Baha'i and Brokedown Dating" with Jeffrey Reddick HOLLYWOO with Joshua Conkel

    • Society & Culture

Ms. Joe Biden will bee our next president and Josh predicted it with tarot! Josh is joined by screenwriter Jeffrey Reddick, creator of the classic Final Destination franchise. Remarkably they're from the same Isolated part of Eastern Kentucky and they talk a bit about Appalachian woo-woo like water witching, granny magic, and a terrifying experience of speaking in tongues Jeffrey had as a child. They discuss economic injustice and how it affects elections before diving into Jeffrey's career and how it from sneaking into A Nightmare on Elm Street to working for New Line in its heyday. Finally, they get into the meat of the show, where Jeffrey teaches Josh all about the Baha'i faith, to which he's belonged since he was a teenager. Finally, Josh gets into Jeffrey's chart (Cancer sun, Gemini moon), his tarot card of the year (Temperence for 2020, The Devil for 2021) and then Josh predicts that Jeffrey will NOT meet a man soon womp womp but that's only because no one is good enough. 

Ms. Joe Biden will bee our next president and Josh predicted it with tarot! Josh is joined by screenwriter Jeffrey Reddick, creator of the classic Final Destination franchise. Remarkably they're from the same Isolated part of Eastern Kentucky and they talk a bit about Appalachian woo-woo like water witching, granny magic, and a terrifying experience of speaking in tongues Jeffrey had as a child. They discuss economic injustice and how it affects elections before diving into Jeffrey's career and how it from sneaking into A Nightmare on Elm Street to working for New Line in its heyday. Finally, they get into the meat of the show, where Jeffrey teaches Josh all about the Baha'i faith, to which he's belonged since he was a teenager. Finally, Josh gets into Jeffrey's chart (Cancer sun, Gemini moon), his tarot card of the year (Temperence for 2020, The Devil for 2021) and then Josh predicts that Jeffrey will NOT meet a man soon womp womp but that's only because no one is good enough. 

1 hr 11 min

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