Episode 140: These Final Hours

We told you if you leave them, we will watch them and that is just what we did! This week’s movie, These Final Hours, was suggested by fan of the show Jordan VanWormer via his iTunes review and what a great suggestion it was. Here at B Movie Breakdown we love us a good end of the world, apocalypse movie and this no exception. If you are interested, it is available on Netflix and is definitely worth a watch. Thanks again Jordan for the awesome movie suggestion!

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Episode 49: Miami Connection

MiamiConnectionThis week on the podcast we discuss one of the greatest B Movies of all time! A movie that, until last year, had never seen the light of day (except like 8 theaters in Florida). And all thanks to Alamo Drafthouse films, MIAMI CONNECTION was able to be released and shown to the masses. Joining me (Corey) this week is Timmy Blaze & Chris from The T-Dawg Blizzlepops Comsey Stand Show to dicuss a movie far greater than Troll 2, Mac & Me, and The Room! In Orlando the Tai-Kwon-Do synth-rock band Dragon Sound must stop the Miami Ninja and get rid of their stupid cocaine! Does the band have what it take to defeat these ninjas and continue performing at the local night club, with dreams of a violence free world tour? Just wait and see! WE 100% RECOMMEND WATCHING THIS MOVIE!!

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Next week…well if you haven’t figured it out DRC is stepping down from duties as co-host of the podcast and is moving on to bigger and better things. Don’t worry, he will be back for one final amazing episode you won’t want to miss! But regarding next week’s movie and well new co-hosts, the movie is 1990’s SHAKMA, about a killer baboon in a tower! And as far as the new co-hosts go well they have been on the podcast before, in episode 48, its Gina & Ryan! These two have a huge passion for B Movies, just as much as DRC and myself, and will be great addition to the show!

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Episode 16: Ghoulies III: Ghoulies Go To College

ghoulies3Clap it, slap it and wrap it, this week we go back to school – WAY back to 1991 for our listener request of Ghoulies 3. Glazier College is a place of extremes, with every college movie character stereotype and then some, including Bonnie the golf cart, Jeremy the “goose stepping Hitler Youth” frat leader and Veronica, the chick who’d rather work out than bang, or work out while banging, or something. When Prank Week’s “yanks” get out of control, a jealous and sexually frustrated professor summons the Three Stooges in demonic puppet form to wreak havoc on the students (racking up a massive body count of THREE). At least we’re treated to the ever-so-hot Eva La Rue as the heroine Erin who has the best one-liners, a fetish for Dustbusters and refers to herself in the third person. I hope Glazier’s still accepting applications because that school needs some men who don’t run away screaming from topless/lingerie pillow fights.

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Next week we’re returning to 1981 and the killer youth genre with Bloody Birthday. Apparently certain astrological events produce heartless murderers – even children(!) Get ready for more creepy kids killing people and getting away with it. I believe there was a bow and arrow used in the trailer, and murderous archers are always hilarious! And just to clarify, this IS available for streaming on Netflix like most of our other picks.

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Episode 15: The Pit

The_Pit_Wheel_Chair“Well, if it isn’t clumsy-stupid!” Grab some Purity Bread, this week we’re heading back to 1981 to cover our listener request of The Pit. Our protagonist Jamie is a nice, if creepy, 12 year old boy whose sexual awakening and overall social life are crushed by the hordes of merciless haters in his life. When a hideous ginger girl, a blind old lady and the school librarian all team up to stalk his life, Jamie does what any rational person would do – start listening to his murderous teddy bear and feed the haters to unexplained creatures out in the woods! Fortunately for Jamie, these pricks’ intelligence is inversely proportional to their hate, and his local law enforcement doesn’t give the slightest hint of a fuck about missing persons. Or the creatures they eventually kill. Oh, to live in this town…

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Next week, we’ve got another listener request with 1991’s Ghoulies 3: Ghoulies Go To College. Get ready for killer kegstands and frightening frat parties. Or something. We haven’t seen it yet. Sadly, it’s only available on Amazon Instant, so to view it may cost you an extra buck or two, but I’m sure this direct-to-video treat will totally be worth it.

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Episode 14: Crossworlds

b4e131b10c7d27ba415bf351081d5e23Pop some No-Doz for this one – we go from best to worst in a single week! We’re dialing our time machine back to 1996 for the much-ado-about-nothing film Crossworlds. Ah, the 90s. It was a simpler time, as the horribly dated CG will show you. Plot and logic were also out the window, because when you have an artifact that lets you travel the multiverse, why NOT waste it dicking around in the desert and an office building the whole time? Josh Charles fizzles as a too-reluctant hero who’d rather stay at home and not pay his parking tickets, Andrea Roth tries to channel Cynthia Rothrock’s karate kicks, but can only execute them at a Cleopatra 2525 level, and Rutger Hauer fails as the mentor who’s on his asshole period. Add in a supervillain with demigod-like powers, but no idea how to use them and you get a movie that’s way more fun to talk about than watch. Love it or hate it though, don’t puke around here – you’ll turn inside-out.

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Next week we’re checking out our first of two recent listener requests with 1981’s The Pit. We couldn’t find a trailer for this one, but a child is being prompted to commit murders by an evil teddy bear, so it should be right up our alley. This one’s NOT on Netflix, but the entire movie is currently up for free on Youtube here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5zJEVut2SVo I’d watch it sooner rather than later, in case they take it down.

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Episode 12: Baywatch Nights: Frozen Out Of Time (S2x13)

Picture 3And we are BACK! After fighting our way through the Mayan Zombie Alien Apocalypse, we are here with our first episode of 2013! Though the immediate danger of the Mayans has passed, the darkness that spawned them remains. In this uncertain time, we can only count on ONE MAN to shine a light into these shadows; ONE MAN who is not afraid to face the armies of the night, the stuff of nightmares and the boogity-boogity. And that man is… DAVID HASSELHOFF.

This week we delve into one of the best unknown gems of the 90s, Baywatch Nights, where lifeguard Mitch Buchannon moonlights as a private eye-turned paranormal investigator with the help of some very silly friends. In this episode (Season 2: Episode 13 on YouTube), it’s up to The Hoff to help wrangle up some unfrozen medieval Vikings (who act like retarded cavemen) with the help of a lifeguard buddy and a nerf gun. If you’re into useless filler, endless slow-mo shots of Vikings running, and Mitch sharing his apparently extensive knowledge of Viking history and culture, then this one’s for you. The amazing thing about this show is that all it needs is to be trimmed down to 15 minutes and it would fit into Adult Swim’s lineup seamlessly. I mean really, any show that ends in an archery display and manly tear from Hoff is all kinds of amazing. VALHALLA!!!

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Next week the lingering darkness takes on a different form, as we have learned that, in fact, the Nazis were not only occultists, but man-eating werewolves. Taking on this menace is none other than the New Dealer himself – Franklin Delano Roosevelt. 2012’s direct-to-video release of FDR: American Badass should thrill audiences of all ages – and anybody disappointed by the serious lack of ridiculousness in Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter. We really can’t do this movie justice with words – check out the trailer and get excited. Not even the polio can stop this killing machine.

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Episode 10: Jack Frost

jack-frost-1996-14Welcome to what may be our final podcast, as we await the Mayan zombie/Alien apocalypse that will arrive this Friday. In preparation for this, we’ve been hoarding basic essentials like Sham-Wows, gluten-free yogurt and canned water in our eXtreeM Survival Bunker (TM) hidden deep in the vast forests of Joliet. Despite being frantically busy with ensuring our survival in the lawless, mutated world to come, we’ve taken time out to post this new episode for our fans in the hopes of inspring some small amount of hope for the dark days that lie ahead of us.

Perfect for our own descent into the wilds, this week we journey to the podunk town of Snowmonton, Colorado with 1996’s Jack Frost. What happens when a convicted serial killer gets hit with magic acid and merges with the plentiful snow? We get a fun little black comedy with more camp than Anawanna, of course. Even before the arrival of a murderous snowman this town has issues, from the probable domestic abuse in the Metzner household, to the 24 hour gun shop and the sheriff’s own son who “Made special!” and tries to feed his dad anti-freeze oatmeal. The strangeness of this town alone is worth the time to watch this, but seeing an extremely cheap snowman make a guy deepthroat an axe handle and bang Shannon Elizabeth with a carrot ought to hook our entire audience.

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In the highly unlikely event that we, as a species, are able to overcome the impending forces of darkness and live to see December 22nd, our theoretical next episode will feature the Christmas classic to end them all: 1985’s He-Man & She-Ra: A Christmas Special. A favorite from our childhood, we hope to be able to view this again without the nosalgia goggles and see if it still measures up. Oh, who am I kidding? What cultural relic from the 80s DOESN’T hold up, amirite?

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