Episode 115: Howard The Duck

howard-the-duck-movie-lea-thompsonIt’s 2016 and celebrity millionaire / ex-reality show host Donald Trump is now the President of The United States. A man who, in 1986, was just a celebrity millionaire rebuilding an long-closed ice skating rink in New York. 1986 was a simpler time and just like 2016 it had it’s fair share of questionable events. To this day, the release of Howard The Duck was one of those events. But who would have thought a movie this “bad” would ever bring us joy when we needed it most. When we watched it we were surprised at how much we enjoyed it. It’s a crazy, balls out absurd movie, that a viewing population could not appreciate at the time. It’s reviled. It’s disgusted. Most don’t care about it. But it’s a charming and unique film that deserves way more credit. It was more fun than we expected. We probably won’t feel this way about Donald Trump 30 years from now. Howard T. Duck 2020.

On the next episode of B Movie Breakdown we continue to skate through 1986 with a movie that is totally Thrashin’!

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Episode 114: The Golden Child

14922950_10100675556782567_1161440908_oToday’s talk revolves around the 1986 Eddie Murphy movie The Golden Child. It is extraordinary. Demons. Magic. Snake women. A bad ass babe. Fucked up henchmen. It’s a wonder this movie got made considering the subject matter and it made SO MUCH MONEY. Times were simpler in 1986, and that train of thought takes us down some great nostalgia talks; a tour of our youths and a nice divergence into the history behind it.

On the next episode of B Movie Breakdown we stick around in the year 1986 to tackle one of the most infamous B Movies of all time, Howard The Duck!

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Episode 113: I Come In Peace

14787723_10100666930898907_915143883_oDolph Lundgren is a legend. A hero. A true cinema gem. He’s done many works that one would consider art. This movie is a mixed bag. It is awesome and yet boring. Absurd and yet dull. Phenomenal and yet stereotypically average. It’s a movie that comes in many shades and breaks many genres, but the only thing you need to know, is that it comes in peace. Or else you’ll come in pieces, asshole. If you like brain drugs and aliens that look like Raiden from Mortal Kombat, then this was made just for you.

On the next episode of B Movie Breakdown, we dive into the year 1986 to visit an odd entry in Eddie Murphy’s filmography; The Golden Child. A private detective specializing in missing children is charged with the task of finding a special child who dark forces want to eliminate.

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Episode 110: Virus

virusSince Halloween is now upon us, we have decided to dedicate the entire month of October to nothing but horror movies. We kick off our horror movie marathon with the 1999 film VIRUS starring non other than the scream queen herself, Jamie Lee Curtis. When a typhoon cripples their boat, the crew of the Sea Star sails into the eye of the storm, where they discover a high-tech Russian communications and research vessel adrift. Only one Russian crew member is still alive, raving about “intelligent lightning.” They soon discover that an alien life form has taken over the ship’s computers, churning out mechanical insects and cyborg warriors. With their own boat destroyed, the crew must battle the alien life form and escape as the ship reenters the storm.

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Next week our marathon continues with one of our favorite b-horror movie franchises, Critters! They eat so fast, you don’t have time to scream!

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Episode 85: Sgt. Kabukiman N.Y.P.D.

tumblr_l19jrfUEMG1qzcgluOn this episode of B Movie Breakdown we discuss, for the first time on the podcast, a film by none other than the kings of B Movies, Troma! It’s a pretty obvious choice when doing a B Movie podcast to just cover any number of their insane movies and we held off from the obvious for far too long. Now instead of going with the other obvious choice of Toxic Avenger, we went with another hero in the Troma universe. That’s right folks this week we discuss the 1990 action comedy Sgt. Kabukiman N.Y.P.D. This is yet another one of Lloyd Kaufman’s true masterpieces, but for some reason isn’t talked about as much as Toxie or even Tromeo & Juliet. In this Troma Team Release, Detective Harry Griswald becomes possessed with the spirit of an ancient Kabuki master that gives him the powers to become Kabukiman! This has made him ‘the chosen one’ to do battle with ‘the evil one’. Does Kabukiman prevail in the end? Find out yourself by watching the movie on Netflix and then listening to Episode 85 of B Movie Breakdown!

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Next week on the podcast we travel to a small farming town in the Midwest and take on some pesky little monsters…or some may call them CRITTERS! Oh yeah, that’s right, the Gremlins knock off with a little more horror edge is our movie for Episode 86. A hoard of hungry flesh-eating monsters from outer-space with razor sharp teeth and a witty attitude are on the prowl! A family must seek the help of a local drunk and his critter-fighting bounty hunting pals before its too late…

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Episode 80: Never Too Young To Die

img_A_145979_5dbc094617a5c6b3201d197b91acf0ea-e1320432417781-640x360Believe it or not, but there was a time where John Stamos was attempting to become the next big action hero. At this same time, Gene Simmons was attempting to become an actor. Well clearly both of these attempts didn’t quite work out the way they wanted to, but we did get one insane movie out of it that’s for sure. The movie we speak of is the 1986 action flick Never Too Young To Die. In it Stamos plays Lance Stargrove, the son of murdered secret agent Drew Stargrove, who must take the reigns of his father and stop the evil hermaphrodite Velvet Von Ragnar! Ragnar, played by Gene Simmons, is attempting to combine the local water supply with all of the toxic waste build up by….well maybe if you guys watch you can figure it out because we sure as hell couldn’t. This absurd action flick is in full on YouTube if you feel like taking a walk on the wild side.

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Next week we watch a true cult classic, Night Of The Creeps which also happens to be from 1986. When alien brain parasites start turning humans into a killer zombies, a group of teenagers must fight to destroy them. This movie just hit Netflix, so if you haven’t seen this cult classic you really should check it out!

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Episode 79: Mikey

2192818,TfpHoAlyl6FoVNR2ljANu6zfG6xNplQYfKbP39Vm3ZJZ4D563dzEqpvNrsWjSTh15hQwhl+AV1Z3iM4FXv85QQ==This week on the podcast we delve yet again in the world of killer kid movies. We have watched quite a few in the past, including the next level psycho antics of The Paperboy, but none have ever been banned from a country before. That’s right, this weeks movie, Mikey from 1992, was actually banned in the UK. It stars Brian Bonsall, of Blank Check fame, as the psychotic little maniac Mikey. Mikey is a trouble child who goes from one adopted family to another and when things don’t go his way Mikey is ready to play. This kid is not only super crazy, he also video tapes and watches the murders he commits. Unlike most of the kids in these killer kid movies, Mikey is insanely smart and very quick on his feet when it comes to planning and killing on the fly. So while schedules have been a little crazy as of late, we still managed to get a brand new episode up. Though, this one was quite impromptu and only features Corey along with past guest Pat.

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Next week, Gina & Ryan will be back as we watch 1986’s Never Too Young To Die, starring John Stamos, Vanity, and Gene Simmons. I know it was discussed watching KISS Meets The Phantom Of The Park, which we will get to, but this is one that couldn’t be passed up! In this action-packed Bond-style thriller a murdered secret agent’s son, Lance Stargrove, is thrust into the dangerous and intriguing world of secret agents and espionage when he seeks revenge against Van Ragnar. This movie is available in full on YouTube.

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