In Everly, Salma Hayek's title character is stuck inside a highrise apartment with well-armed bad guys constantly coming through the door. She'll need a lot of fire power and guts to survive the night. Naturally, director Joe Lynch says, "the whole movie is about a mother and daughter reconnecting." Our conversation with the filmmaker obviously covers the emotion and tonally wild action of Everly, but we also cover topics like making movies that Hollywood won't and the European techno-erotica of RoboCop. Plus, Lynch's enthusiasm should replace the three cups of coffee and that eight ball you were planning on crushing today. Also on the program, I try to pinpoint exactly why the Oscars feel perfunctory and devoid of meaning.