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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 118: Makin’ Money, Moochin’ Money

IMG_7361This week we discuss some recent HUGE movie trailers, wrestlers in movies (side tracked into straight WWE talk), comics, The Walking Dead, and so much more! We are also joined by special guest Nickname Nick (aka Nick 2) in discussing what we watched this week, such as Krampus, Yoga Hosers, Fast & Furious 6, and Supernatural.

Next week is our MOVIE OF THE MONTH! Join us as we tackle a holiday classic! Which one, you ask? You will just have to listen in to find out!

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Episode 95: Enter The Ninja

ENTER-THE-NINJA-3Ninjitsu, the darkest and deadliest of all the Martial Arts. Ninjitsu, a film genre that swept the nation in the early 80’s only to fade in the mid 90’s. So this week on the podcast we have the movie that is credited for starting this craze, 1981’s Enter The Ninja. As noted on last week, this is a true gem in the Cannon Film library. We’ve actually dove head first into the Cannon Film library way back on Episode 18 with Rockula and then again on Episode 32 with Breakin’ 2: Electric Boogaloo. We highly recommend watching the Cannon Films documentary that just hit Netflix, Electric Boogaloo: The Wild Untold Story Of Cannon Films, to see just how insane this production company actually was. It will give you a much better insight on how movies like this week’s Enter The Ninja came to life. Speaking of Enter The Ninja; we find former army vet Cole, after just completing his training at a ninja school, traveling to the Phillippines. But when he arrives, he finds himself battling a land grabber who wants his war-buddy’s property and his long time ninja rival. This movie also has an amazing death scene that is dubbed on YouTube as “Best Death Scene Ever” with over 3 million views.

Next week, we continue the Cannon Ninja Trilogy with it’s very loose, but apparently better, sequel Revenge Of The Ninja! After his family is killed in Japan by ninjas, Cho and his son Kane come to America to start a new life. He opens a doll shop but is unwittingly importing heroin in the dolls. When he finds out that his friend has betrayed him, Cho must prepare for the ultimate battle he has ever been involved in. This film is in full on the ParamountVault Youtube Channel absolutely free!

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Episode 76: No Holds Barred

vlcsnap_2012_08_15_13h59m42s98This week on the podcast we witnessed The Battle Of The Tough Guys in 1989’s ‘No Holds Barred.’ Not only was this Hulk Hogan’s first film as the lead, it was also the first film ever put out by the WWE themselves and you could tell. Apparently re-written by Hogan and Vince McMahon, this movie is one insane scene to another. Hulk Hogan plays Rip ,the World Wrestling Federation champion, who is faithful to his fans and the network he wrestles for. Brell, the new head of the World Television Network, wants Rip to wrestle for his network. Rip refuses and this drives Brell crazy. Still looking for a way to raise ratings, Brell initiates a show called “The Battle of the Tough Guys”, a violent brawling competition where a mysterious man, Zeus, wins the competition. From here its an all out war between Brell & Zeus vs Rip!

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Next week on B Movie Breakdown we are watching the Emilio Estavez / Mick Jagger classic FREEJACK! Yes, that’s right Mick Jagger of the Rolling Stones once starred in a sci-fi movie along side the Might Duck man himself. Bounty hunters from the future transport a doomed race-car driver to 2009 New York, where his mind will be replaced with that of a dead billionaire.

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Episode 75: The Peanut Butter Solution

wtahooAfter a week off we are back with an all new episode of the podcast! This week on B Movie Breakdown we watched ‘The Peanut Butter Solution’ from 1985. This movie has easily broken into the ranks of one of the best worst movies of all time. Yes folks it’s that insane….Troll 2/Mac & Me insane. SO many crazy and absurd things happen in this movie that we had a hard time figuring out where to start. Eleven-year-old Michael loses all of his hair when he gets a fright and uses a potion, given to him by two ghosts of recently deceased hobos, to get his hair back. Little does he know, too much peanut butter can cause things to get a bit hairy. But this movie has so much more going on that just this hairy situation. There are so man WTF moments in this movie that we won’t spoil them here, so head over to YouTube and watch the movie for yourself and then come back here and check out Episode 75!

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Next week on B Movie Breakdown we watch a true classic of the 80’s and the first ever WWF produced film. If you didn’t guess it yet, the film we speak of is NO HOLDS BARRED starring the immortal Hulk Hogan! It’s the ultimate battle of the tough guys as Rip & Zues go head to head in one of the most epic battles of all time!! Check it out on Netflix, ya jockass!

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Episode 45: 3 Ninjas – High Noon At Mega Mountain

3n3_475_34847So a nun, a Jamaican and a fat guy walk into an amusement park… If this sounds like a set-up for a joke, it is – but you’ll be laughing for all the wrong reasons when you join us for the final film in the 3 Ninjas quadrilogy: 1998’s 3 Ninjas Knuckle Under er, 3 Ninjas: High Noon at Mega Mountain! Rocky and Colt decide they’re getting too old for this ninja shit and want to retire their hoods in favor of banging chicks – a solid decision, though with New Colt’s lithpy lisp and hideous ponytail, the best he can manage is tomboy Amanda, who becomes the Venus de Milo of the team. Tum Tum, distraught over the impending retirement of his true hero (not Grandpa, but shirtless Power Ranger rip-off Dave Dragon), drags the boys to an amusement park to watch the Hulkster’s er, Dragon’s last live performance. This just so happens to coincide with Loni Anderson’s dominatrix crime boss character’s ploy to take over the park and hold it hostage, while acting cornier and shittier than any cartoon villain in history. What this movie lacks in acting ability it (sort of) makes up for in endless fights and chase scenes. The kids are always in the middle of the action, if you can stomach their continuous barrage of horrid, ear-splitting “HI-YAH!!!”s. Surprisingly, there’s even a bit of riskier material in here, from a simulated hanging, a bomb threat and a slight molester vibe from Jim Varney’s Lothar. NOW I know why everybody misses the 90s…

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Next week we’re punching a hole in time back to 1991 to watch the Hong Kong classic Riki-Oh: The Legend of Ricky (available on Netflix). Based on a manga series, this is probably the goriest martial arts movie ever made, where every main character is almost on par with Goku from Dragonball Z and can effortlessly punch through people, animals, steel and stone, leading to more blood, severed body parts and ripped out intestines than the MPAA would ever allow over here. Don’t watch this one with a weak stomach, or Ricky will punch it right out.

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Episode 44: D.N.A.

9gNlEeluPMGFTk38w48vZSXDpJ2aDeep in the jungles of Borneo, an ancient evil alien/dinosaur/Predator has been resurrected by a mad scientist, and it’s out for… cerebro-spinal fluid! Or something! This week we’ve paddled our way back down the River of Time to catch Mark Dacascos in 1997’s chimerical ripoff horror movie, DNA! Ash is an American doctor working in Borneo out of the kindness of his heart, until the evil Dr. Wessinger tricks him into helping him find a beetle that will make his cloned dinosaur killing machine nearly invincible. To atone for his mistake, Ash teams up with a pathetic CIA operative who advertises her job on her luggage and snaps pics for Instagram the whole movie. Once into the jungle, they spend more time fighting Wessinger’s goons than the creature, and end up resorting to a Nerf missile launcher to take down the killer in one of worst finishing moves we’ve seen in years. And even though a kid dies, Ash and Claire kinda sorta end up in love. Or something. The end.

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We’ll see you all back here next week at High Noon. At Mega Mountain. With the Three Ninjas. And Hulk Hogan. Back in 1998. Thrill as The Hulkster drops the Big Leg on a semi-popular kids movie franchise, just before he did the same to WCW! This one’s not available on Netflix, so you’ll have to dig around a bit to find it. Probably in the dumpster of your local Suncoast. Which probably doesn’t even exist anymore. But yeah. Three Ninjas!

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