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 106: Drive Angry

maxresdefaultLive fast. Die young. Go to hell. Come back from the dead. Avenge your daughter. Have lots of sex and kill lots of people. I don’t understand why America didn’t embrace this concept more more than it did. Maybe it was Nicholas Cage exhaustion. Maybe its because the character is only different from Ghost Rider in the details. I don’t know. All I know is that Drive Angry is way better then anyone gives it credit for and by the time it ended I was already writing the pilot to a tv show that would never happen in my mind. If you like sex, beer, murder, demons, heaven, hell, cult leaders, sex, murder, murder and sex you’ll love this movie.

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Next week we have a listener suggested movie! That’s right, you, the listener, can suggest movies for us to watch on here, our Facebook page, our email, or on Twitter and we will watch them! This listener suggested movie is Exit Wounds from 2001 starring Steven Seagal and DMX! X Gon Give It To Ya!

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Episode 105: Left Behind (2014)

August2014-LeftBehind-CM-Wallpaper-webThe book of revelations is fill with vivid imagery, glorious prophecy and messages that can shine a light on the issues of the day. Religious or not, anyone can recognize it’s historical significance and it’s effect of modern christianity and modern western society. That being said, Left Behind starring Nicolas Cage is a piece of garbage we’ve already spent too much time talking about it and we only intend to talk about it for this sentence. Now listen to our podcast where we talk about this film and give it the scorn and ridicule it truly deserves.

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Next episode we put the pedal to the metal with Drive Angry from 2011. Yes, another Nicolas Cage movie, but this time a really good and overlooked one. Most people wrote this off when it came out due to the string of stinkers Cage was in and the fact that they didn’t get how self aware it was, but boy did they miss out on one HELL of a ride.

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Episode 58: MANBORG

Manborg-3This week on the podcast, we take a look at a modern day classic, 2011’s MANBORG! A movie that looks like one massive SEGA CD game is certainly right up our alley. Count Draculon and his HELL army seek to take over Earth during the HELL WARS. A soldier is killed attempting to fight the Count, then transformed into MANBORG after his body is fitted with robotics. After MANBORG becomes active in Mega-Death City, he meets with resistance fighters against The Barron & Count Draculon. With the help of Justice, Mina, & #1 Man; MANBORG must destroy Count Draculon and reclaim Earth once and for all!!

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Next week we bring a family favorite just in time for Thanksgiving, the 1992 animated classic Bebe’s Kids. Not often are we able to watch an animated movie on here, but this movie from our childhood certainly fits the bill. To impress his new girlfriend, a man agrees to look after her friend’s kids, only to find that they are uncontrollably rambunctious. Bebe’s Kids…they don’t die, they multiply!

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