Episode 223: Society

It’s not every day we come across a film that packs grotesque sexual horror, stimulating social commentary, and a journey through psychosis all in equal measure. Well, 1989’s Society does just that. This savage horror satire culminates in one of the most insane climaxes in all of horror history. We highly recommend you watch this movie on Amazon Prime Video before listening to this episode.

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Episode 215: Death Wish (1974)

It’s Deathmas time here on the B Movie Breakdown and that means a visit from jolly old Paul Kersey. This week we start our deep dive on the Death Wish series with the original from 1974 starring none other than Charles Bronson. Vigilante, city style — judge, jury, and executioner.

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Episode 209: Summer Of 84

This week on the podcast we discuss a movie that is far too good for this show. Yet another absolutely fantastic brand new horror movie that many people might not even be aware of. Summer Of 84 is a true horror gem from the masterminds behind Turbo Kid, a film that takes the serial killer film and takes it to the next level. It’s rare that two weeks in a row we give the movie we watched such praise, but when you have such quality such as this it’s hard not to. 

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Episode 206: Street Fighter

What happens when your lead actor demands to be paid $8 million dollars, does $10,000 worth of coke a week, and has an affair with one of his co-stars? You get the 1994 video game movie classic Street Fighter, starring Jean-Claude Van Damme, and Raúl Juliá. While most people put this movie down, we couldn’t help but show it the praise it truly deserves. From Raúl Juliá’s amazing performance as M. Bison to the wonderful character arc of Zangief, this movie offers way more than people give it credit for.

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Episode 199: Waxwork II: Lost In Time

Last week, Waxwork provided us with a look inside a window to a world of endless possibilities when it comes to a sequel. Hell, we even discussed the possibilities of how a Waxwork television series would work so well based solely off the first movie. Well folks, Waxwork II took that window and slammed it right in our faces. Maybe someone out there can tell us what happened with this sequel and what was even going on.

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Episode 198: Waxwork

When a waxwork museum and a mysterious man appear out of nowhere to invite you and your friends to come to a special showing, you totally go right? Little did you know that once inside, the exhibits come alive and the viewer is sucked into the story being portrayed! This sounds like that would probably be the entire movie, but this one took us by surprise and offered so much more!

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Episode 194: It Lives Again

This week on the podcast it’s the ultimate debate: do we kill these monster babies or do we let them live as one of us? Which side do our hosts take? Where does George Wendt stand on this issue? Answers to these questions and many more as we discuss the sequel to It’s Alive, It Lives Again aka It’s Alive 2!

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