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 211: Slaughter Drive

We close out our full month of all new horror films, in celebration of Halloween, with Slaughter Drive. This film was sent to us by writer/director/actor Ben Dietels, of the podcast Neon Brainiacs, and follows a failed filmmaker as he leaves his video camera in a local park overnight and accidentally records something horrific. To top it off it might have something to do with his new neighbors that moved into his quiet suburban neighborhood.

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Episode 205: Remote

It’s rare that you watch a movie that seems as if it could be an original idea and then halfway through becomes a clone of a current box office hit. Well that’s what happened in this week’s movie, the 1993 Moon Beam Entertainment classic Remote; which evolves into a crappy Home Alone clone when it could have easily just been it’s own thing. Oddly enough, this film shares two villains from Prehysteria!, the film discussed in last week’s episode, but is not related to it in any way even though it’s the same production company behind both films.

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Episode 201: Kindergarten Cop 2

Summer is coming to an end which means it’s back to school with the B Movie Breakdown, as we discuss Kindergarten Cop 2! That’s right folks, the sequel no one ever wanted to the beloved Arnold Schwarzenegger classic but this time starring Dolph Lundgren and Bill Bellamy. Grab your backpacks and lunchboxes because school is back in session!

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Episode 200: MUNCHIE

Well folks, we made it to 200 episodes and it took this long to finally visit a movie that trumps Mac & Me in being the worst E.T. rip off of all time. Most people tend to forget all about MUNCHIE, until they see his stupid ugly face with Dom DeLuise’s voice spewing out of it and then remember why they forgot in the first place. Not only is this movie often forgotten, but it is also forgotten that this is actually a “sequel” to the film Munchies; sequel being used in the loosest sense possible. If you too would like to enjoy MUNCHIE you can find it in full on YouTube at the moment and then on bluray this coming November courtesy of Shout Factory.

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Episode 199: Waxwork II: Lost In Time

Last week, Waxwork provided us with a look inside a window to a world of endless possibilities when it comes to a sequel. Hell, we even discussed the possibilities of how a Waxwork television series would work so well based solely off the first movie. Well folks, Waxwork II took that window and slammed it right in our faces. Maybe someone out there can tell us what happened with this sequel and what was even going on.

Listen to Episode 199: Waxwork II: Lost In Time HERE

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