Episode 230: The Principal

THE PRINCIPAL, starring Jim Belushi, is an overlooked vigilante origin story. It’s as simple as that. Rick Latimer is a worn down, out of luck drunk who isn’t good at his job and just lost his wife. Little does Rick know, his life is about to get a swift kick in the ass when he is assigned to be THE PRINCIPAL at the worst school in the district: Brendell High. Brendell is where they send all the burnouts, criminals, and rejects from all of the other schools, needless to say Rick has his hands full. Not only does Rick have the perfect vigilante backstory, but he also has everything a start up vigilante needs: a vigilante name, a custom vehicle and helmet with that name on it, a signature weapon, and a sidekick who even has his own backstory. Now all we need is to see more adventures of The PRINCIPAL.

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Episode 82: The Monster Squad

monster_squadYet again we have decided to cover an 80’s cult classic and this time a personal favorite of co-host Corey. Now this came about due to the fact that Gina & Ryan have never seen this movie before and sadly seems to be a common trend. While a lot of people have seen this true gem of the 80’s, there are a lot more people who haven’t. So in an attempt to bring more awareness to it’s greatness we have decided to discuss none other than 1987’s ‘The Monster Squad.’ The film is centered around a group of young kids who form a club that is devoted to monsters. They soon get more than they bargained for when Count Dracula, accompanied by Frankenstein’s Monster, the Wolfman, the Mummy, and the Gillman, is in search of a powerful amulet that will grant them power to rule the world. The Monster Squad are the only ones daring to stand in their way.

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Next week…well next week we will be taking the week off. Sorry folks, but just like everyone else we also have a lot going on in the Summer time. But we will be back on July 23rd when we revisit a B Movie Breakdown favorite, Sleepaway Camp! That’s right Angela is back to haunt our dreams and this time she is taking Gina & Ryan down with her!

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Episode 49: Miami Connection

MiamiConnectionThis week on the podcast we discuss one of the greatest B Movies of all time! A movie that, until last year, had never seen the light of day (except like 8 theaters in Florida). And all thanks to Alamo Drafthouse films, MIAMI CONNECTION was able to be released and shown to the masses. Joining me (Corey) this week is Timmy Blaze & Chris from The T-Dawg Blizzlepops Comsey Stand Show to dicuss a movie far greater than Troll 2, Mac & Me, and The Room! In Orlando the Tai-Kwon-Do synth-rock band Dragon Sound must stop the Miami Ninja and get rid of their stupid cocaine! Does the band have what it take to defeat these ninjas and continue performing at the local night club, with dreams of a violence free world tour? Just wait and see! WE 100% RECOMMEND WATCHING THIS MOVIE!!

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Next week…well if you haven’t figured it out DRC is stepping down from duties as co-host of the podcast and is moving on to bigger and better things. Don’t worry, he will be back for one final amazing episode you won’t want to miss! But regarding next week’s movie and well new co-hosts, the movie is 1990’s SHAKMA, about a killer baboon in a tower! And as far as the new co-hosts go well they have been on the podcast before, in episode 48, its Gina & Ryan! These two have a huge passion for B Movies, just as much as DRC and myself, and will be great addition to the show!

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Episode 48: Axe Giant: The Wrath Of Paul Bunyan

Axe-Giant-The-Wrath-of-Paul-Bunyan-trailer-del-nuovo-horror-di-Gary-Jones-620x350We’ve all heard the tall tale of Paul Bunyan, but never have we seen this side of the giant and his big blue ox, Babe! This week Corey is joined by friends of the show Gina & Ryan to discuss the 2013 film ‘Axe Giant: The Wrath Of Paul Bunyan.” In 1894, some rude ass hunters killed Paul’s only friend, Babe The Blue Ox, which drove Paul Bunyan to go on a killing spree and be shunned by the one woman he loved. Since then he has been hiding and growing larger in his bachelor cave, that is until a group of first time offenders disturb the resting place of his only friend. Will Sgt. Holke’s Magic Bus of criminals, trying to turn their lives around, make it out of the woods alive or will the wrath of Paul Bunyan consume them all?

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Next week on B Movie Breakdown, Corey is on his own yet again! (Some scheduling issues have made it so that DRC has not been able to join, but don’t worry he will be back) So we have two returning guests, Timmy Blaze and Chris from the T-Dawg Blizzlepops Comsey Stand Show [link below]. Join us as we watch quite possibly one of the greatest B Movies of all time…Miami Connection! This movie is 100% a must see!!

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Episode 22: Turbo: A Power Rangers Movie

Turbo-A-Power-Ranger-Movie-tomkat-9166988-1200-805We’re warping back to 1997 with Lerigot’s magical key to fight alongside the Power Rangers in their second big screen adventure, Turbo: A Power Rangers Movie. Joining us this week is our old podcasting partner in crime, Dino Punk Nicky Tyranno. This film was a disappointment to anyone with half a brain cell, as Power Rangers’ writers decided to take everything that worked in the first film and flush it down the toilet to give us the most watered-down, pussified non-violent movie about violent superheroes ever. Want to see something awesome like the Oozemen fight? Well fuck you, because instead we get Tommy wrestling with a snake, the Rangers driving boring cars across an empty desert, a ghost ship that isn’t scary and the worst new Ranger ever – little Justin Stewart! When Blue Ranger Rocky suffers a miraculous back injury, Earth’s intergalactic Joseph Kony Zordon decides it’s time to conscript a 12 year old into his millennia-long war. Justin proceeds to ruin everything, acting like a dipshit fanboy that thinks it’s all a game, but why shouldn’t he, when the Rangers are tasked with rescuing “interdimensional wizard” Lerigot and his family, who are nearly as ugly and annoying as the aliens from Mac and Me? Hilary Shepherd Turner does alright as the new villain Divatox, a manic pirate queen with a fetish for lava demons, but even she and a brief heel turn from former Rangers Jason and Kimberly can’t right this dead ship. After all, when a director named David Winning bales on your film, you know you’re sending a loser to the box office. While this film is pretty bad, at least it’s hilariously bad.

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Since we didn’t get enough of an action fix from this week’s supposed action movie, we’re jumping back to 1987 for the action film Steele Justice. A shell-shocked Vietnam vet who’s failed as a cop and at every other job he’s attempted since returning home is compelled back into the trenches to finish the job he started back in ‘Nam when his friend is murdered by the Vietnamese mafia who, of course, are all former Viet Cong soldiers they had fought against back in the day. Sounds like plenty of unintentional comedy and racism will ensue. Enjoy!

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