Episode 132: River Of Darkness

We thought it would be a fun idea to get everyone in the mood for Wrestlemania by watching a movie starring some of our favorite WWE superstars. But after watching this week’s movie we literally felt like our minds and souls travelled deep down a literal river of darkness. A river where WWE Hall Of Famer to be Kurt Angle has the acting skills of a robot. A river where WCW’s Glacier is the best actor in a movie. A river where the main character just asks a series of questions throughout that ultimately get him nowhere. A river where any sort of plot this movie could have had all happens within the last five minutes and you wish you had the last hour and twenty minutes of your life back. Now if that isn’t a river of darkness, then we don’t know what is.

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Episode 131: Surviving The Game

In case you were wondering, this week’s movie is not about Seth Rollins’ upcoming Wrestlemania match against Triple H. In fact it really has nothing to do with wrestling whatsoever, but it does have a homeless Ice-T being hunted by the likes of Rutger Hauer, Charles S. Dutton, John C. McGinley, and Gary Busey. And if you’re on the fence about this one, just imagine a post motorcycle accident Busey telling the most intense story about fighting his dog to the death. It’s impossible to not love that scene.

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Episode 130.5: Cyborg Sickness

This week we bring a a quick half episode with Corey flying solo while Cyborg Nick is temporarily out of commission. But don’t worry, as he will be fully rebooted just in time for Episode 131 where we will discuss Surviving The Game from 1994. In this halfsie, Corey gives some brief thoughts on a few recent and not so recent movies he saw over the past weekend. We will be back with a brand new full episode next week!

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Episode 130: Brain Damage

This week on we lose our minds with the 1988 film Brain Damage from the director of Basket Case. In the film, average guy named Brian, who lives in New York City, becomes dependent on an evil, disembodied creature named Alymer. Alymer feeds Brian a narcotic substance in exchange for his unwilling assistance in obtaining the brains of innocent victims for sustenance. If you couldn’t tell, this movie is one giant allegory for drug addiction and a bloody one at that. We highly recommend checking this one out, for sure.

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Episode 129: Captain EO

hd11098Technocrat world invaded by imperial forces wanting to bring their way of life to a planet that wanted to live in peace or an oppressed people transformed into machines by a dominating queen only to be set free by the king of pop and his crew of rhythm spreading patriots? Pick your narrative. We carry on with our fortnight of Michael Jackson with Captain EO. A George Lucas scribed, Coppola directed 80’s space spectacle.

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Episode 128: Moonwalker

moonwalker-official-dvdThose of you who have seen this film know exactly why we chose it and those of you who haven’t seen this film are probably wondering why we chose to do a Michael Jackson music video movie. The thing is, it is so much more than just music videos. Sure it starts out that way, but when halfway through he is being gunned down by terrorist organization [SPIDER] run by Mr. Big (played by Joe Pesci) and transforming into a car it explains exactly why we watched this movie for the podcast. The film also inspired an absurd arcade and SEGA Genesis video game that may be more infamous that the film itself.

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Episode 127: Swamp Ape

screen-shot-2017-02-09-at-4-58-26-pmDeep in the swamps of Florida dwells a creature so awe inspiring, so monumental, so…horny, when we heard about it we could not look away. Do you like low budget brutality, clever/terrible jokes, ape dick and a message around nature preservation and native American oppression? Then this is the movie for you. Did I mention ape dick? Yes. Yes I did. We rarely tackle films this close to their release date, as most b movies are relics of a time long gone or things so insignificant we missed them when they debuted-but not this week’s focus, 2017’s Swamp Ape, a welcomed addition to the fold of movies so terribly absurd you can’t help but adore them. Remember the ape dick. Never forget.

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