Episode 230: The Principal

THE PRINCIPAL, starring Jim Belushi, is an overlooked vigilante origin story. It’s as simple as that. Rick Latimer is a worn down, out of luck drunk who isn’t good at his job and just lost his wife. Little does Rick know, his life is about to get a swift kick in the ass when he is assigned to be THE PRINCIPAL at the worst school in the district: Brendell High. Brendell is where they send all the burnouts, criminals, and rejects from all of the other schools, needless to say Rick has his hands full. Not only does Rick have the perfect vigilante backstory, but he also has everything a start up vigilante needs: a vigilante name, a custom vehicle and helmet with that name on it, a signature weapon, and a sidekick who even has his own backstory. Now all we need is to see more adventures of The PRINCIPAL.

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Episode 213: Deathstalker

We knew when we wanted to do a month of Barbarian Movie Breakdown that we would run into at least one film that would scream #MeToo. Well, Deathstalker definitely breaks the bank with the most #MeToo moments of them all. In this 1983 barbarian classic, a warrior named Deathstalker (yes that’s his name) is tasked by an old witch to obtain and unite the three powers of creation before the evil magician Munkar can get them and use them for nefarious purposes.

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Episode 212: The Sisterhood

We’ve teased it in the past and now it’s finally time to transform B Movie Breakdown into Barbarian Movie Breakdown for the entire month of November. The year is 2021 AD. Women have been enslaved by a brutal army of men who survived the nuclear holocaust. Their only hope for freedom is in the hands of a nomadic band of fierce she-warriors: The Sisterhood!

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Episode 210: Halloween

WARNING: This episode contains spoilers for Halloween (2018). Continuing our theme of all new horror movies for the month of October, this week we went to the cinema to see the brand new HALLOWEEN. Does this film stand tall as the best sequel to the original Halloween or does it just fall short along with the other mediocre sequels of the past? You’ll just have to listen to the episode to find out.

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Episode 209: Summer Of 84

This week on the podcast we discuss a movie that is far too good for this show. Yet another absolutely fantastic brand new horror movie that many people might not even be aware of. Summer Of 84 is a true horror gem from the masterminds behind Turbo Kid, a film that takes the serial killer film and takes it to the next level. It’s rare that two weeks in a row we give the movie we watched such praise, but when you have such quality such as this it’s hard not to. 

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Episode 206: Street Fighter

What happens when your lead actor demands to be paid $8 million dollars, does $10,000 worth of coke a week, and has an affair with one of his co-stars? You get the 1994 video game movie classic Street Fighter, starring Jean-Claude Van Damme, and Raúl Juliá. While most people put this movie down, we couldn’t help but show it the praise it truly deserves. From Raúl Juliá’s amazing performance as M. Bison to the wonderful character arc of Zangief, this movie offers way more than people give it credit for.

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Episode 203: Miami Connection (2nd Annual Viewing)

This week begins a month of pure nostalgia on the podcast. And before we dive too far back into our youth, we have decided to time travel exactly one year ago when we discussed Miami Connection. This movie holds a special place in our hearts here on this podcast, so much so that we have decided, exactly one year later, to yet again revisit Miami Connection and introduce it to some new blood yet again. Last year was Nick’s first experience with Miami Connection and this year past guest Pat Lorky joins us for a 2nd annual viewing of a B Movie masterpiece. If you haven’t seen this movie, please do yourself a favor and check it out.

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