Episode 150: The Dungeonmaster

For 150 episodes you’ve followed us through post apocalyptic futures, other dimensions, and hell itself. Now meet the Dungeonmaster and come with us on our journey through his varying dungeons. Conveniently, each dungeon serves as a crash course in topics and settings that this podcast loves to address. Super intelligent robots. Monster battles. Devil characters. It’s all here. So listen to us get down on a RAGE WAR in 1984’s The Dungeonmaster.

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Episode 84: Just One Of The Guys

justoneoftheguysThis week special guest Kailee sits in for Gina & Ryan to discuss the 1985 high school rom-com .Just One Of The Guys. Terry Griffith has it all — looks, popularity, the perfect college boyfriend, and an article that’s a “shoe-in” to win her a summer internship at the local newspaper… or so she thinks. When Terry’s journalism teacher passes her article up in favor of a couple of pieces written by boys, Terry is convinced that sexism is to blame. Determined to win the internship at any cost, Terry goes undercover at a rival high school to resubmit her article… as a boy. Even that journalism teacher also says her paper is too boring. So she decides to stick around and have this experience be her new topic of choice. But Terry gets more than she bargained for when she finds herself fending off a bully and the advances of an oversexed female admirer, and falling for her new pal Rick. When watching this one on Netflix ask yourself, how come in all of these movies where one gender dresses as another, no one ever seems to care where the real person is? And another thing to think about is how messed up in the head Rick & Sandy would be after their experience with “Terry.”

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Next week, Gina & Ryan will be back in full force as we watch the Troma classic Sgt. Kabukiman NYPD! That’s right folks, we have finally decided to dive into the Troma swimming pool and we may never be the same again. Instead of going with the obvious and over done choice of Toxic Avenger, we decided Kabukiman is one that is overlooked far too often. When NYPD cop, Harry Griswald, is possessed with the spirit of a great Kabuki master, he becomes ‘the chosen one’ and must do battle with ‘the evil one’.

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Episode 57: Poolboy: Drowning Out The Fury

Poolboy-2011-Movie-Image-1-600x321This week on the podcast we take on one of the most insane and ridiculous movies of all time, the 2011 Ross Patterson film Poolboy: Drowning Out The Fury. We previously covered Ross’s other movie, FDR: American Badass, early on in the history of the podcast. This movie within a movie within a movie is about the never before seen fictional film Poolboy 2: Drowning Out The Fury. We get the behind the scenes with director St. James St James, who directed it when he was only 10 years old, and most of the actual “movie” itself. It stars Kevin Sorbo as Jan Van Hammer as The Poolboy and is so mind blowingly funny you will lose your mind. This movie is intentionally bad and hits the nail on the head. Its the ultimate culmination of late 80s/early 90s action movies with the crazy behind the scenes antics of a movie deemed to racially insensitive for public viewing. We highly recommend you go on Netflix and watch this movie before listening, but maybe our discussion will inspire you to do so.

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Next week, Ryan discovered another little intentionally bad movie from 2011 as well. The film we speak of is the 60 min epic MANBORG! Made for only a thousand dollars and seems like it was created by 10 year olds, we are in for a real treat. The movie looks like a SEGA CD game but if it was one giant FMV sequence….which is fucking awesome!!!

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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 47: Class Of 1999

class991bGrab an assault rifle and a grenade launcher, because we’re going back to school – WAY back to 1990’s dystopian mayhem-fest, Class of 1999! We love these dark future stories with no basis in reality. By 1999, school violence has risen so dramatically all across the country that the police have completely ceded the areas around schools to the gangs, but somehow still have the power to force gangbangers more heavily armed than a terrorist cell to go to class. Into this environment returns former gang member Cody Culp, who is paroled from his prison sentence for sniffing Leggos on the condition that he goes to class. Unfortunately for Cody and his Black Hearted buddies, the Department of Educational Defense just started using his school as the lab for its new “Tactical Education Units,” or Terminators-turned-teachers. Principal Malcolm McDowell leaves control of Pam Grier and her cyborg colleagues up to Stacy Keach’s mad scientist character Dr. Forest, because who WOULDN’T trust a man with dead eyes and a white mullet who thinks it’s “fascinating” when the teachers start murdering students for minor infractions? After Cody suffers a huge personal loss, he forms an alliance with both the school’s gangs with the rallying cry of, “Let’s waste some teachers!” The take-home message here? “Stay in gangs, kids!” (That or, “Don’t get your balls burned off!”)

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Next week, Corey will be joined by friends of the podcast Gina and Ryan as we go back to Netflix for our listener request and recent release, 2013’s Axe Giant: The Wrath of Paul Bunyan! Prissy twenty-somethings at a prison bootcamp inadvertently desecrate the grave of Babe, the Big Blue Ox, causing a giant undead Paul Bunyan to come swinging his giant axe at their heads. This one should give Sharknado a run for its money. All aboard Sgt. Hoke’s happy short bus!

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Episode 45: 3 Ninjas – High Noon At Mega Mountain

3n3_475_34847So a nun, a Jamaican and a fat guy walk into an amusement park… If this sounds like a set-up for a joke, it is – but you’ll be laughing for all the wrong reasons when you join us for the final film in the 3 Ninjas quadrilogy: 1998’s 3 Ninjas Knuckle Under er, 3 Ninjas: High Noon at Mega Mountain! Rocky and Colt decide they’re getting too old for this ninja shit and want to retire their hoods in favor of banging chicks – a solid decision, though with New Colt’s lithpy lisp and hideous ponytail, the best he can manage is tomboy Amanda, who becomes the Venus de Milo of the team. Tum Tum, distraught over the impending retirement of his true hero (not Grandpa, but shirtless Power Ranger rip-off Dave Dragon), drags the boys to an amusement park to watch the Hulkster’s er, Dragon’s last live performance. This just so happens to coincide with Loni Anderson’s dominatrix crime boss character’s ploy to take over the park and hold it hostage, while acting cornier and shittier than any cartoon villain in history. What this movie lacks in acting ability it (sort of) makes up for in endless fights and chase scenes. The kids are always in the middle of the action, if you can stomach their continuous barrage of horrid, ear-splitting “HI-YAH!!!”s. Surprisingly, there’s even a bit of riskier material in here, from a simulated hanging, a bomb threat and a slight molester vibe from Jim Varney’s Lothar. NOW I know why everybody misses the 90s…

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Next week we’re punching a hole in time back to 1991 to watch the Hong Kong classic Riki-Oh: The Legend of Ricky (available on Netflix). Based on a manga series, this is probably the goriest martial arts movie ever made, where every main character is almost on par with Goku from Dragonball Z and can effortlessly punch through people, animals, steel and stone, leading to more blood, severed body parts and ripped out intestines than the MPAA would ever allow over here. Don’t watch this one with a weak stomach, or Ricky will punch it right out.

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Episode 39: Super Mario Bros.

super-mario-bros-movie-goombaWalk tall! Be proud! Become a Goomba! We’re joined by guests Nicky Tyranno and P-Lof this week as we steal Jerry O’Connell’s Sliders gizmo to travel to alternate universe Brooklyn to watch 1993’s Super Mario Bros. When Hollywood forces a beloved video game through their puerile reversioning filter, everybody loses. Mario2 and his (adopted) brother Luigi spend their days suicidally careening around New York, out to get work or die trying. After stumbling onto the hot Princess Daisy who turns out to be an orphan who hatched from an egg, our bros. tumble down the fossil hole into a world where humans evolved from dinosaurs and King Koopa is absolute dictator. One has to wonder how anyone thought this was an appropriate childrens movie after the trip to the S&M club, Mario getting suffocated by Big Bertha’s big boobies and animatronic Yoshi getting brutally stabbed. Anyone looking for a passable adaptation of the games will be sorely disappointed, but if you can put aside your expectations, this dinosaur de-evolution disaster might just provide some legitimate entertainment. And if not, you can always get trashed to help get you through it. Bob Hoskins and John Leguizamo did. It’s too bad a sequel never happened; one can only imagine what kind of acid trip an adaptation of Wart and the dream world of Subcon would’ve been.

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Next week we’re watching something much more recent, 2010’s arthouse softcore/conspiracy/black comedy movie Kaboom (available for streaming on Netflix). Bisexual college freshman Smith is having trouble fitting in at school and pining for his straight roommate, but after a bad party he finds himself in the middle of a ridiculous string of sexual exploits while simultaneously being stalked by indie rock super group The Sound of Animals Fighting. You’ll probably be left slamming your against a wall wondering “Why?!”, but much like Super Mario Bros., let go of your expectations and you just might enjoy the ride. We’d also like to give a shout out to our new friends’ podcast The T-Dawg Blizzlepops Comsey Stand Show. If you enjoy our semi-off topic ramblings, odds are you’ll enjoy their free form uncensored shit shooting.

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