Episode 125: Attack Of The Killer Shrews

15384481_382196705462465_5928875230560354288_oIf you’ve been listening to the podcast you know we’ve been hyping this episode. There has been something ready to pounce. Something lurking behind us. Something biting at our heels. Something ready…to attack! This week we tackle Attack of the Killer Shrews brought to you by White Lion Studios, who were gracious enough to give us a sneak peek of their horror movie extravaganza. When Lloyd Kaufman graces the screen before the movie kicks off you know you are in store for one wild ride. You can buy a copy of Attack Of The Killer Shrews on DVD over at www.killershrewmovie.com.

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Episode 116.5: Good Trailer, Bad Movie

635950754841194176761107736_movie_trailer_preview_screenThis week we bring you the long promised halfsie we mentioned a couple of weeks ago. We are aware we said that we would be rounding out November with one last movie from 1986, but with the recent holiday things got a little harder to get in a full movie episode. So in order for us to still bring you content, we recorded this half episode to fill that void. In this episode we discuss bad movies with great trailers, who funded the New Order, and so much more. Do you enjoy these half episodes? Is it more fun when we don’t JUST discuss a single movie? Please tell us in the comments, on twitter, or on facebook.

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Episode 107: Exit Wounds

exitSome say stab wounds are the best kind of wounds, but those people haven’t seen Exit Wounds starring Steven Seagal and DMX. That’s right X is gonna give it to ya right in the face with his fresh Lugz boots on, while running his multi-million dollar website where you can buy anything for $9.99 or less. Then use that money to trick crooked cops into thinking you are a drug dealer, with your best friend who runs a night club, just to possibly get your brother out of jail. Little does X know that he will have a run in with reckless cop Orin Boyd, who just so happens to go to anger management with Detroit AM tv star Henry Wayne. Remember that club owner we mentioned? Well he absolutely loves Henry Wayne! And after everything is said, the best friend club owner and Henry Wayne become co-hosts of Detroit AM and we get to see their wonderful dynamic throughout the credits. So if you’re wondering if in the end do the main characters really even matter, the answer is not really.

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During Episode 107 we discover a series of movies that sound and look so absurd that we just couldn’t pass them up. So next week we will be watching Nemesis from 1992, followed by it’s 3 sequels….as long as we can find / have access to them. The first one, just title Nemesis, is available in full on YouTube here.

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Episode 104: The Adventures Of Hercules

AdventuresOfHercules3Uncovering ancient history can be a challenge. Modern scholars, relying on information left behind by our ancestors;  be it writings, infrastructure, artifacts, etc… (if they left anything behind at all) decipher these puzzle pieces, in an attempt to assemble a coherent narrative that best describes the culture in which they are studying. As I said, some civilizations leave behind a plethora of information, while others leave behind but a trace of their existence at all. Luckily for you and I, some ancient Greek, most likely named Jim, shadowed the great Hercules and documented his most epic battles, thereby giving us a perfect manuscript detailing actual historical fact, that the beloved people at Cannon films turned into not one, but two glorious films! Today, we discuss the real life adventures of a real life historical figure as he battles real life historical gods and kings in the real life movie The Adventures of Hercules. Its a rare feat to watch history brought to the screen in such a believable fashion! Motion pictures like these should not be taken for granted!

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Next week…well we we’re going to watch God’s Not Dead to have a slight connection to The Adventures Of Hercules. You know since this was about Hercules and Kevin Sorbo also played Hercules and he is in God’s Not Dead. But being short on time we could not access God’s Not Dead quick enough and when we typed it into Netflix the top suggestion was Left Behind. No, not the Kirk Cameron version of Left Behind, but actually the 2014 remake starring Nicolas Cage!

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Episode 78.5: Update (Back June 11th)

wellbebackYes, I know….where have we been? We took last week off unannounced and this week only a half episode! Well in this half episode we give you a small update as far as when we will return and some upcoming movies we will be taking a look at. Stay tuned and fear not faithful listeners, we will be back next week on June 11th!

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Episode 65: I, Frankenstein

aaron-eckhart-in-i-frankensteinThis week on the podcast, for the first time ever, the movie we have chosen was literally just released in theaters this past weekend. The movie we speak of is none other than I, Frankenstein starring Aaron Eckhart. It’s opening weekend box office take was only $8.3 million, on a budget of $65 million. We figured, if we are going to see this abomination, why not go all out; so we saw it in IMAX 3D! Yes, this movie was actually released in IMAX….if you can believe that. The tale takes us on the journey of Frankenstein’s monster as he is stuck in a war between demons and gargoyles. Throughout the movie there is tons of fighting, fighting, and did I mention fighting. If we were all 10 years old and watching this movie, we would have loved every single second of this disasterpiece. So enjoy episode 65 as we discuss 2014’s I, Frankenstein.

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Next week we travel back to 1986 for some siiiiick BMX action with RAD! It’s the story of Cru Jones, a young man who can overcome all obstacles that prevent him from participating in the BMX race “Helltrack.” Will Cru defeat the rival BMX riders and conquer Helltrack? We will find out next week on B Movie Breakdown!

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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!

Remember every movie we watch is available for streaming on Netflix or YouTube! [Unless we say otherwise]

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