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Episode 136: The Marine 5 Battleground …. Kind Of….

This week we watched the WWE Studios film The Marine 5: Battleground starring some of our favorite WWE superstars; including The Miz, Maryse, Naomi, Health Slater, Curtis Axel, and Bo Dallas. We talked a lot about this film. We had a lot of laughs. We had our friend Cody join us for a special appearance. We had a great time recording an episode….then after about an hour and twenty minutes we realized technology had failed us and the episode didn’t record. So there will forever be a lost episode of B Movie Breakdown and in it’s place is a summation of the events that happened in that lost episode. We apologize for our flop.

Episode 136: Marine 5 Battleground …. Kind Of….

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Episode 127: Swamp Ape

screen-shot-2017-02-09-at-4-58-26-pmDeep in the swamps of Florida dwells a creature so awe inspiring, so monumental, so…horny, when we heard about it we could not look away. Do you like low budget brutality, clever/terrible jokes, ape dick and a message around nature preservation and native American oppression? Then this is the movie for you. Did I mention ape dick? Yes. Yes I did. We rarely tackle films this close to their release date, as most b movies are relics of a time long gone or things so insignificant we missed them when they debuted-but not this week’s focus, 2017’s Swamp Ape, a welcomed addition to the fold of movies so terribly absurd you can’t help but adore them. Remember the ape dick. Never forget.

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Episode 124: Jason X

gstcchmjzubv0ziazb8iThis brings our Jason-A-Thon to a close. Our favorite post apocolyptic future where Earth has been ravaged by a changing climate (naturally occurring I’M SURE) where before the world fell apart  Jason was left frozen in the Crystal Lake Research Facility (C.L.R.F.). Watching these movies has been a wild journey and one that truly finishes out of this world.

Next week on our 125th installment, as hyped for the past couple weeks, we will be watching Attack Of The Killer Shrews from White Lion Studios.

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Episode 104: The Adventures Of Hercules

AdventuresOfHercules3Uncovering ancient history can be a challenge. Modern scholars, relying on information left behind by our ancestors;  be it writings, infrastructure, artifacts, etc… (if they left anything behind at all) decipher these puzzle pieces, in an attempt to assemble a coherent narrative that best describes the culture in which they are studying. As I said, some civilizations leave behind a plethora of information, while others leave behind but a trace of their existence at all. Luckily for you and I, some ancient Greek, most likely named Jim, shadowed the great Hercules and documented his most epic battles, thereby giving us a perfect manuscript detailing actual historical fact, that the beloved people at Cannon films turned into not one, but two glorious films! Today, we discuss the real life adventures of a real life historical figure as he battles real life historical gods and kings in the real life movie The Adventures of Hercules. Its a rare feat to watch history brought to the screen in such a believable fashion! Motion pictures like these should not be taken for granted!

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Next week…well we we’re going to watch God’s Not Dead to have a slight connection to The Adventures Of Hercules. You know since this was about Hercules and Kevin Sorbo also played Hercules and he is in God’s Not Dead. But being short on time we could not access God’s Not Dead quick enough and when we typed it into Netflix the top suggestion was Left Behind. No, not the Kirk Cameron version of Left Behind, but actually the 2014 remake starring Nicolas Cage!

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Episode 101: Fantastic Four (2015)

IMG_7361Once in a generation, a movie comes along that is universally hated. HATED. Typically, It is not unusual for there to be multiple ways to critique a film. One side may despise a film for its shallow story and focus on special effects, while the other side says “give in to the spectacle” and “not every movie needs to be the Godfather”. These respective schools of thought rarely over lap. Or agree. On anything.

But occasionally, they do.

Fan4tastic is something to behold. Its impressive at how boring and incoherent it truly is. Anecdotal, of course, but I haven’t seen anyone online or in real life defending anything about it. Even the live action Super Mario Brothers has its proponents, of which I am one, if that tells you anything about the kind of movies I am more than willing to enjoy. That film is  a masterpiece, but I’m getting off topic. This movie has no fans, it has no one thinking its an underrated gem, it has no one glad it exists. I’m not saying people who don’t like it are sheep, I’m saying that because NO ONE LIKES IT. It brings no one any happiness, only despair. I wanted to like it so I could be a contrary hipsterian (is that a word?) but I could not. It is impossible. In a world where people like all sorts of horrible things, no one likes this movie.
If you are brave enough to listen to us discuss this piece of crap and make talking about it more interesting than it is, download this episode or subscribe as we give you the gift of Fan4tastic. Drink it, maaaan.

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Next week we will witness the most dangerous film ever made, 1981’s ROAR! No animals were harmed in the making of this movie. 70 members of the cast and crew were.

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Episode 99: My Pet Monster

pet2On our journey to Episode 100 of the podcast, we hit a major bump in the road this week with My Pet Montser (A Live-Action Video Cassette). Some of you may remember this movie, but more of you most likely remember the plush doll it was based on or the short lived animated series. For a movie based on a plush doll, it does take some major strides to make sure the monster looks nothing like it, but also not really focus on the monster all that much in the first place. I could tell you this movie is about a boy named Max who gets turned into a monster while starring at a cartoonish statue all because he didn’t eat, but I would only be telling you half the truth. The majority of this movie seems to focus on Max’s brother and his uppity girlfriends show dog. Regardless, the movie is quite absurd and leaves you with a plethora of questions never to be answered. You can watch the movie in full via YouTube.

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Next week we arrive at Episode 100 of B Movie Breakdown. Through 99 episodes we’ve truly come across the best of the worst and our next episode is no exception to that rule. We go back to one of our favorite’s Cannon Films, to find the perfect movie for Episode 100 – Invasion USA starring the one, the only Chuck Norris!

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Episode 98: Virtuosity

ejjgo3h3t8y9znfhctznAfter yet another long absence, the B Movie Breakdown has returned and with an all new co-host! Past guest Nick now joins the podcast as a full time co-host with forever permanent co-host Corey. As we journey into the land of sequel-rebooting this podcast for the 3rd or 4th time now, more than just new episodes are coming your way. Be on the look out for a new podcast logo, new website banner, more social media presence, and the addition of frequent blog posts.

For our first episode in 6 months, we have decided to tackle the big VR craze with the 1995 action classic Virtuosity starring Denzel Washington and Russell Crowe. The Law Enforcement Technology Advancement Centre (LETAC) has developed SID version 6.7: a Sadistic, Intelligent, and Dangerous virtual reality entity which is synthesized from the personalities of more than 150 serial killers. LETAC would like to train police officers by putting them in VR with SID, but they must prove the concept by using prisoners as test subjects. One such prisoner is ex-cop Parker Barnes. When SID manages to inject his personality into a nano-machine android, it appears that Barnes might be the only one who can stop him. This movie is available on DVD, Blu-ray, and available in full on YouTube.

Next week we dive into our childhoods and reboot our brains with My Pet Monster: A Live Action Video Cassette from 1986. Max is your average kid just trying to fit in at school, but when a statue turns him into a monster, he must help his brother find his girlfriends dog…….

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