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Episode 133: Baywatch – Bash At The Beach

Beach Ball Mania is running wild! This week we hit the waves and wrestle with issues like excessive sun exposure, Rick Flair taking beach front property from a bunch of meat heads, and properly applying sunblock. We watched Season 6 Episode 15 of Baywatch entitled “Bash At The Beach,” starring the superstars of WCW (circa 1996). We get off with the Hoff in a post Wrestlemania ultimate thrill ride. You can watch this episode of Baywatch in full right here.

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Episode 132: River Of Darkness

We thought it would be a fun idea to get everyone in the mood for Wrestlemania by watching a movie starring some of our favorite WWE superstars. But after watching this week’s movie we literally felt like our minds and souls travelled deep down a literal river of darkness. A river where WWE Hall Of Famer to be Kurt Angle has the acting skills of a robot. A river where WCW’s Glacier is the best actor in a movie. A river where the main character just asks a series of questions throughout that ultimately get him nowhere. A river where any sort of plot this movie could have had all happens within the last five minutes and you wish you had the last hour and twenty minutes of your life back. Now if that isn’t a river of darkness, then we don’t know what is.

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Episode 53: The Paperboy

paper02Flesh to flesh…skin to skin…tell a secret, die for your sin! What better time than the month of October to watch a movie that truly defines the words creepy and psychopath. Since it is that time of year, all month long we will be featuring a different horror movie and the first one happens to be chosen by one of you! We would like to thank Bryan Butt for this weeks movie, 1994’s The Paperboy. Disturbed paperboy Johnny McFarley murders an his elderly only to lure her family from the city out to the country. Why you may ask? Well because he wants to be a part of their family! As each day passes the Johnny tries to make friends with the family. Once the family sees what a sicko he is, they banish him from their lives. Then the terror truly begins, I mean this kid is pure bat shit crazy. He makes Leatherface look like a saint. Seriously, for a performance by a child, this is some next level crazy and creepiness. While this movie may be hard to find, and was provided to us by a listener, we strongly suggest finding this true gem in the killer kid genre.

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Next week we continue our horror movie marathon with a pick by none other than our very own Corey. He has chosen one the most hated horror movies of all time, the Michael Myers-less Halloween 3: Season Of The Witch. What could possibly go wrong when a mask-making company has plans to kill millions of children with something sinister hidden in Halloween masks? We shall find out next week, that’s for sure! Sadly, this is also NOT on Netflix, but is on bluray, dvd, Amazon Instant Video, & I’m sure on YouTube. Sorry folks, we will hop back on the Netflix train soon enough.

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Episode 31: Baywatch Nights (S2x 09 – Night Whispers)

Picture 2Get ready for hookers, softcore porn music and a sexy lady vampire. Is this the latest offering from Skin-emax’s ‘After Dark’ lineup? Nope, it’s a second season episode of 1996’s X-Files rip-off, Baywatch Nights! This sobering warning against the dangers of nighttime jogging has The Hoff and his gang on the trail of a hilariously obvious vampire seductress. One would think this murder case would be high on the LAPD’s priority list, but the local department is packing up and leaving town, inexplicably deferring to lifeguard/P.I. Mitch at every turn. And just when we think no fewer fucks can be given, Mitch’s own “paranormal expert” Diamont Teague dips out for no reason whatsoever, leaving Mitch to now play Moses and lead his people, some hookers and the two remaining cops out of a police station that suddenly turns into an abandoned warehouse. On this harrowing journey, we discover Mitch may have a past life connection to this creature of the night, only to have our expectations dashed when Hoff uses his manly powers of seduction to tease his tryst into rage in which she ends up staking herself. It’s a good thing the cops all left town, or Mitch and Ryan would’ve had a hell of a lot of dead bodies to explain. Bulimic vampires, FTW. (Episode available here, in case you haven’t watched yet: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_8WB09lEL2Q)

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Next week we’re break dancing back to 1984 for the infamous Breakin’ 2: Electric Boogaloo. We’re both immensely excited to be watching a movie so disdained that its subtitle has become a pejorative for every awful sequel since! When some break dancing street “kids” find out their community center/dance theater/boxing gym is going to be torn down unless they can raise $200,000 to get it up to code, they get to work doing the only thing they know: dancing all over the fucking place. All the time. For no reason. Ever. (Much like the highly anticipated return of Arrested Development, this fine film is available for streaming on Netflix.)

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Episode 12: Baywatch Nights: Frozen Out Of Time (S2x13)

Picture 3And we are BACK! After fighting our way through the Mayan Zombie Alien Apocalypse, we are here with our first episode of 2013! Though the immediate danger of the Mayans has passed, the darkness that spawned them remains. In this uncertain time, we can only count on ONE MAN to shine a light into these shadows; ONE MAN who is not afraid to face the armies of the night, the stuff of nightmares and the boogity-boogity. And that man is… DAVID HASSELHOFF.

This week we delve into one of the best unknown gems of the 90s, Baywatch Nights, where lifeguard Mitch Buchannon moonlights as a private eye-turned paranormal investigator with the help of some very silly friends. In this episode (Season 2: Episode 13 on YouTube), it’s up to The Hoff to help wrangle up some unfrozen medieval Vikings (who act like retarded cavemen) with the help of a lifeguard buddy and a nerf gun. If you’re into useless filler, endless slow-mo shots of Vikings running, and Mitch sharing his apparently extensive knowledge of Viking history and culture, then this one’s for you. The amazing thing about this show is that all it needs is to be trimmed down to 15 minutes and it would fit into Adult Swim’s lineup seamlessly. I mean really, any show that ends in an archery display and manly tear from Hoff is all kinds of amazing. VALHALLA!!!

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Next week the lingering darkness takes on a different form, as we have learned that, in fact, the Nazis were not only occultists, but man-eating werewolves. Taking on this menace is none other than the New Dealer himself – Franklin Delano Roosevelt. 2012’s direct-to-video release of FDR: American Badass should thrill audiences of all ages – and anybody disappointed by the serious lack of ridiculousness in Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter. We really can’t do this movie justice with words – check out the trailer and get excited. Not even the polio can stop this killing machine.

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