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Hollywood Weapons: Fact or Fiction? 

Each episode our hosts take a scene from a TV show or Movie where a weapon is used, and test that weapon using real world conditions to see if it's Fact or Fiction.

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Danny Ramm, Tim Cremin
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Terry Schappert ...  Himself 24 episodes, 2017-2019
Larry Zanoff Larry Zanoff ...  Himself 24 episodes, 2017-2019
Pompeyo Cepeda ...  Himself / ... 14 episodes, 2017-2019
Andre G. Ellingson ...  Himself 9 episodes, 2017-2019
Tom Seymour Tom Seymour ...  Himself 7 episodes, 2017-2019
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Each episode our hosts take a scene from a TV show or Movie where a weapon is used, and test that weapon using real world conditions to see if it's Fact or Fiction.

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USA

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English

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3 April 2017 (USA) See more »

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What!? Wait...Hold on...
29 October 2018 | by DocJDSee all my reviews

Have you ever fallen asleep on the couch exhausted from a days work, only to be uncomfortably woken at 2am to that annoying infomercial? What's memorable about infomercials is that typical voiceover and the repetitiveness, and that's what I thought episode 1 of Hollywood Weapons was...

The subject matter (at least in the first episode) is in the interests of anyone excited by guns, bombs, or automobiles, but it wears way too thin way too quickly. There's so much repetition the program needs a couple of commercials...

Due to the Clockwork Orange like behavioral constraints that would be necessary for me to stick it out to the end, (I was already too turned off to make to the end of the 1st episode), that I couldn't even find the love to google for an answer...maybe I was confused and somehow thought I had to sail some number to order my steak knives that can cut through an aluminum can.

The 1st episode might have been a pilot, so my advice is to try watching from episode 3 or 4. I'm guessing here so no promises, but surely subsequent episodes can't be as bad as the 1st. Right now I'd rather jab myself in the eye with a pen than find out. Perhaps younger audiences won't be as critical as I have been, but I am paying for this stuff...


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