Episode 114: The Golden Child

14922950_10100675556782567_1161440908_oToday’s talk revolves around the 1986 Eddie Murphy movie The Golden Child. It is extraordinary. Demons. Magic. Snake women. A bad ass babe. Fucked up henchmen. It’s a wonder this movie got made considering the subject matter and it made SO MUCH MONEY. Times were simpler in 1986, and that train of thought takes us down some great nostalgia talks; a tour of our youths and a nice divergence into the history behind it.

On the next episode of B Movie Breakdown we stick around in the year 1986 to tackle one of the most infamous B Movies of all time, Howard The Duck!

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Episode 113: I Come In Peace

14787723_10100666930898907_915143883_oDolph Lundgren is a legend. A hero. A true cinema gem. He’s done many works that one would consider art. This movie is a mixed bag. It is awesome and yet boring. Absurd and yet dull. Phenomenal and yet stereotypically average. It’s a movie that comes in many shades and breaks many genres, but the only thing you need to know, is that it comes in peace. Or else you’ll come in pieces, asshole. If you like brain drugs and aliens that look like Raiden from Mortal Kombat, then this was made just for you.

On the next episode of B Movie Breakdown, we dive into the year 1986 to visit an odd entry in Eddie Murphy’s filmography; The Golden Child. A private detective specializing in missing children is charged with the task of finding a special child who dark forces want to eliminate.

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