Invasion of the Body Snatchers- The Guys Review “Body Brokers”

RMA-Episode 30 Show Notes:

Somebody wants your body and they’re willing to pay for it!  This week on RMA, Mike and Nat dive deep into the seedy side of the recovery industry, and the multi-million-dollar profits to be made funnelling addicts to treatment centers. The guys do an in-depth review of the new movie Body Brokers and set the table for a compelling discussion next week with Erin Moore. 


We also finish Jeff’s story, and engage in the usual nonsense; the weekly round-up, Recovery in the News, (why are people mad at the Sober-Curious movement?), and the Week in Weird, (Amityville Horror murderer dies in prison), on a golden yellow, super-mellow, cinematic episode pof Recovery in the Middle Ages.

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Body Brokers on Amazon

The Sound of Metal

Rehab Confidential

Amityville Horror

Alcohol Liver Disease Up Among Young Women


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