It’s time for some Van Damme Movies! First up him and Dolph Lundgren become soldier zombies in UNIVERSAL SOLDIER. Then he polices time so we don’t have to in TIMECOP. Then we chat about PSYCHO GOREMAN, MODOK, and JAWS.
They walk, they talk, they piss Eric off.
Hey it’s time to talk about some Vietnam Vets. Specifically Tommy Lee Jones. First he takes over central park in THE PARK IS MINE. Then he helps out a friend kill some people that took his hand in ROLLING THUNDER. Then we talk about JUPITER’S LEGACY, SYNCHRONIC, and NOBODY.
Just…don’t. Come back next week. Maybe by then we’ll have electronically jumped into the body of a better movie. I don’t know.
Time to pour a glass of wine and crank up the Air Supply, cause we’re getting cozy with Slither.
We talk about some vampire flicks this week. First up is Jack Palance in Dan Curtis’ Bram Stoker’s Dracula. Then we stay over at a creepy inn in Daughters Of Darkness. After that we talk about Invincible, Willy’s Wonderland, and some wrestling biographies.
Apparently everyone had a crappy week, and therefore there is only one cure…evil space clowns.
This week stuff gets animated. First we get into a discussion about art with FIRE & ICE. Then things get weird with HEAVY METAL. After that we chat about PLANEY OF THE APES movies, ROBOCOP, and the finale of FALCON & THE WINTER SOLDIER.
What do evil space children, blind angels, and orgasmic musical instruments all have in common? This movie.
This week we go all cyber punk with JOHHNY MNEMONIC. Then we go all dystopian future with TANK GIRL. After that we talk about a bunch of other stuff and end with FALCON AND THE WINTER SOLIDER and get Noah’s thoughts on the new SHANG CHI trailer.
This week Scott wanted to watch a movie about robots, and we all needed to see a basketball induced death. Deadly Friend it is.
Since we’re still in quarantine we decided to do a double feature of people hiding in other people’s houses. First up we question everyone’s age in BAD RONALD. Then Gary Busey gets very Gary Busey in HIDER IN THE HOUSE. We also talk about THE LAST BLOCKBUSTER, WOLFMAN’S GOT NARDS (again), and wrap up with FALCOLN AND THE WINTER SOLDIER.
Critters! Nuff said.
This week we head into a fantasy land of might and magic. First up we head to a wedding that goes awry in KRULL. After that we questions the rational of the gods in CLASH OF THE TITANS. We also talk about I DRINK YOUR BLOOD, WOLFMAN’S GOT NARDS, and of course FALCON AND THE WINTER SOLDIER.
Gas up your engine and grab your flamethrower because this week we’re watching Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior.
Getting out of Kurt Russell month we decided to shake it up and look at some thriller movies from the 90s. First up Ray Liota is a bad cop in UNLAWFUL ENTRY. Then there is some car trouble in BREAKDOWN. After that we talk about INVINCIBLE, WOLFMAN’S GOT NARDS, and wrap everything up with some FALCON AND THE WINTER SOLIDER talk.
Well, at least it had a planet.
It’s Eye Patch Week here on the show. We all did the show while wearing eye patches. First up we go sailing with CAPTAIN RON. Then in the far flung future of 1997 we get thrown into the island prison of Manhattan in ESCAPE FROM NEW YORK. We also talk about PROMISING YOUNG WOMAN, ONE HOUR PHOTO, and give spoilery reviews of FALCON AND THE WINTER SOLDIER and JUSTICE LEAGUE: THE SNYDER CUT.
It’s Cop Week during this Kurt Russell Appreciation Month! First up Russell buddies up with a little known actor named Sylvester Stallone in the buddy cop movie TANGO AND CASH. After that we take a trip to the old west as Kurt Russell takes on the role of Wyatt Earp as he cleans up the town of TOMBSTONE. After that we talk about JUSTICE LEAGUE: THE SNYDER CUT, SUPERMAN II: THE DONNER CUT, and SHAZAM.
Did you ever wonder who would win in a fight between giant killer rabbits and DeForest Kelley’s mustache? If so, then have we got a show for you!