Episode 92: Helen Keller Vs Nightwolves

92 Page Post PicAfter almost a year hiatus, the B Movie Breakdown is back in action! That’s right folks, this isn’t some crazy dream, this is actually a brand new episode of the podcast. It was never any intention to take such a long break in podcasting, but life happens and that’s something we cannot help. Back is Corey, along with new co-host Sam, to break down the best of the worst the world of B Movies has to offer. Former co-host DRC will also be back, but sadly not until episode 94. So this week we are watching Ross Patterson’s new movie Helen Keller Vs Nightwolves. As you may remember from past episodes, we have covered two of Patterson’s other absurd and over the top films. In yet another masterpiece by St. James St. James, this film explores the true story that government didn’t want you to know about how Helen Keller really lost her eyesight and hearing: Nightwolves.This film is available in full on YouTube.

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Next week we are getting EXTREME with 1989’s skateboard classic, Gleaming The Cube starring Christian Slater. Brian Kelly’s adopted brother is killed when he discovers that the shop he works in sends weapons to Vietnam instead of medication. To the police it looks like suicide, but Brian skates off to investigate the murder to discover the truth. This film is available in full on YouTube.

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Episode 57: Poolboy: Drowning Out The Fury

Poolboy-2011-Movie-Image-1-600x321This week on the podcast we take on one of the most insane and ridiculous movies of all time, the 2011 Ross Patterson film Poolboy: Drowning Out The Fury. We previously covered Ross’s other movie, FDR: American Badass, early on in the history of the podcast. This movie within a movie within a movie is about the never before seen fictional film Poolboy 2: Drowning Out The Fury. We get the behind the scenes with director St. James St James, who directed it when he was only 10 years old, and most of the actual “movie” itself. It stars Kevin Sorbo as Jan Van Hammer as The Poolboy and is so mind blowingly funny you will lose your mind. This movie is intentionally bad and hits the nail on the head. Its the ultimate culmination of late 80s/early 90s action movies with the crazy behind the scenes antics of a movie deemed to racially insensitive for public viewing. We highly recommend you go on Netflix and watch this movie before listening, but maybe our discussion will inspire you to do so.

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Next week, Ryan discovered another little intentionally bad movie from 2011 as well. The film we speak of is the 60 min epic MANBORG! Made for only a thousand dollars and seems like it was created by 10 year olds, we are in for a real treat. The movie looks like a SEGA CD game but if it was one giant FMV sequence….which is fucking awesome!!!

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Episode 56: Body Bags

vlcsnap2012042409h07m04Before we take a short break from horror movies, we end our month long marathon with the forgotten 1993 horror anthology made for tv movie, Body Bags. Directed by John Carpenter and Tobe Hooper, this little gem was overshadowed by the hit series Tales From The Crypt and forgotten about for decades…until now! Not only are we watching & discussing this week, but Scream Factory is also putting the film out on blu ray as well! The movie features very interesting stories and features the likes of Robert Caradine, Wes Craven, Tom Arnold, Stacy Keach, Debbie Harry, and Mark Hamil. Hamil provides easily the best performance in the segment, The Eye! If you don’t have the time to get the movie on blu ray, you can watch it in full on YouTube, and then buy it on blu ray after.

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Next week we are blessed with a modern day B Movie classic from Ross Patterson, the genius mind that brought us FDR: American Badass. That’s right, we are watching Pool Boy: Drowning Out The Fury!! St. James St James presents one of the most ridiculous movies ever made. It stars Kevin Sorbo, Danny Trejo, Jason Mewes, and so many more. If you haven’t seen this one yet…please go to Netflix and watch it NOW!!

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Episode 13: FDR: American Badass

fdr_americanbadassWhat has two wheels and kills werewolves? We’ll give you three guesses. This week we were finally able to see a movie that we had been eagerly anticipating for nearly a year, and Ross Patterson’s FDR: American Badass did not disappoint. Get ready for Nazi werewolves, tasteless polio jokes and the Southern charm of Georgian Congressman Cleavon Buford. Oh, and titties! The pure ridiculousness of this movie had us dying the entire time; this is one of our new favorites, up there with Troll 2 and Mac and Me. We don’t want to spoil this wonderful movie any further, so please watch it before listening, but one thing’s for sure: you’ll never look at raw hot dogs the same way again.

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Next week we’ll be watching 1996’s Crossworlds, starring Rutger Hauer, Jack Black and Sports Night’s Josh Charles. Hijinks ensue when a college student gets a pendant that opens a portal to another dimension, and according to Wiki, he and his girlfriend turn to “retired adventurer” Rutger Hauer. If this movie has even half of the facepalm moments of Hauer’s previous film, The Hitcher, we should all be laughing our asses off. Check out the trailer here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1IENs1gylgk

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