Thursday, October 12, 2017

JFD385: The Omen, Damien: The Omen II, The Final Conflict


Six Six Six! The Number of the Beast! Schlocktober continues with The Omen week! And we welcome our new anti-christ!

First, a man adopts an orphan who may be the son of Satan, on account of all the mysterious murders in Richard Donner's "The Omen."

Next, the anti-christ enrolls in military academy and learns a lot of dates and facts and stuff in "Damien: the Omen II."

And anti-climatically, Damien, played by Sam Neill, is a business owner who is afraid that Jesus will kill him in "The Final Conflict."

All this plus Nerd News, creeps, DVDs, Sean watched every movie, more Psycho chat, Jim Bakker, Mother!, Blade Runner Chat, and so much more!


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Thursday, October 5, 2017

JFD384: Psycho, Psycho II, Psycho III


It's the greatest time of year; Schlocktober is upon us and we kick off this year's festivities by bringing on Jackson Stewart, director of Beyond the Gates, to discuss 3 flicks about Norman Bates and his mommy issues.

Up first, we examine the original black and white Alfred Hitchcock  classic, where Janet Leigh checks into an off-the-beaten-path motel after stealing $40,000 from her job only to fall victim to the motel's proprietor Norman Bates, played by Anthony Perkins. This bonafide masterpiece ushered  in a new era of slashers. Get ready for the shower scene, kids, it's Psycho from 1960.

Next, 23 years later, after Hitchcock had died, Universal revived the series exploring the further misadventures of Norman Bates after he is released from prison and returns to his infamous motel only to have his murderous urges return in Psycho II from 1983.

And finally, Anthony Perkins expands his role, now acting as director and star of Psycho III from 1986. This time Norman is back to his old tricks after a drifter played by Jeff Fahey comes to work at the Bates Motel and young women start to end up dead.

All this plus witty banter between friends, more Mother! chat, is Parker becoming a grandpa?, Psycho songs, our world famous weekly Nerd News and Blu-ray Picks, continued lack of overt police involvement, and a whole lot more!

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Thursday, September 28, 2017

JFD383: Lady in a Cage, Midnight Cowboy, Cemetery Man

Crawl on up outta the water, creepy Patreon pals! It's our slimy Dom Deluise patreon donors show! This week we're delivering you three reviews of wild cult flicks chosen exclusively by our $10 a month donors! If you don't know about that jazz yet be sure to check out our world-famous Patreon Page. It'll be the one good thing you can feel good about this year.

First up! Our man Paul M's got an unexpectly rough sixties flick to send our way. It's the proto-home-invasion thriller Lady in a Cage from 1964, starring Olivia de Havilland and a young James Caan. When a rich, lonesome housewife is stuck in her in-home elevator system, all bets are off and just about any drunk dude could show up to steal her wine. Look out for creepy facemasks!

Next! It's 1969's coming-to-the-city, coming-of-age, coming-in-a-movie-theater-seat classic Midnight Cowboy, and it's really wild we haven't covered this one yet. Jon Voight plays a male gigolo cowboy, guided through the mean streets of New York by Dustin Hoffman. You know, something we can all relate to. Thanks to Elise for picking this classic!

Finally, there aren't any monster fishmen to be found in 1994's Cemetery Man, although that might be the only creepy plot device not to surface in this weirdo flick. Michele Soavi's surreal graveyard-set Italian horror flick blends several surprise elements into a single spookshow - including floating severed heads! And if you don't like it, well, it's all listener Brandon's fault!

All this plus witty banter between reunited podcats, reaching out to that ASMR community, Matthew Sweetman shampoos our hair, Sean Byron or Sean Bronson?, our main man in Austin Ricky, Sloppy Seconds Chat (a new segment), Unspiking television networks, how in the world did we all accept that Manswers was a real TV show?, just how gross are the creeps in the cult film community?, Parker's ever-increasing maturity level, the secret history of Punchliners, our weekly news and Blu-ray Picks, the unfortunate specter of police involvement, all-wet sneezes, super-mega belches, sideways armpit farts, the retold benefits of podcasting, unbrominated vegetable gleeks and a whole lot more!


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Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Schlocktober movie schedule

It's Schlocktober time, ghosts and ghouls! And do we have a spooky month planned for you!
As always, check us out on Patreon to kick us a few pennies and get our monthly bonus episode (which is very spooky this month) or to pick our movies in the future.
JFD384: Psycho Week w/ guest Jackson Stewart

  • Psycho (1960)
  • Psycho II (1983)
  • Psycho III (1986)
JFD385: Omen Week
  • The Omen (1976)
  • Damien: The Omen II (1978)
  • Omen III: The Final Conflict (1981)
JFD386: Exorcist Week w/ guest Mark Freado
  • The Exorcist (1973)
  • Exorcist II: The Heretic (1977)
  • The Exorcist III (1990)
JFD387: Stephen King Randomizer 2
  • Pet Semetary (1989)
  • Lawnmower Man 2: Beyond Cyberspace (1996)
  • Night Flier (1997)
JFD388: $10 Patreon Pal Picks
  • The Manitou (1978) (picked by Paul M)
  • Strange Invaders (1983) (picked by Chuck)
  • Night of the Demons 2 (1994) (Picked by Josh H)

Thursday, September 21, 2017

JFD382: My Stepmother is an Alien / My Mom's a Werewolf / Stepmonster

We're back with a supernatural mom theme show and this week, we got the Sweetman with us LIVE in the studio, filling in for Sean Byron!

First, Kim Basinger comes to Earth to seduce Dan Aykroyd and learn his science secrets in "My Stepmother is an Alien."

Next, John Saxon bites a mom's feet, turning her into a lycanthrope in "My Mom's a Werewolf."

Finally, a creature captures a mom and steals her husband in "Stepmonster," starring Corey Feldman!

All this plus Nerd News! Sad Nerd News, DVDs, Getting to know Sweetman, Halloween Chat and 100 other things!

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Thursday, September 14, 2017

JFD381: Village of the Giants, Blood Games, The Real Cancun


Break out your bikinis because JFD is closing out summer with a killer party featuring giant juvenile delinquents, baseball babes and drunk co-eds. Plus, we're joined by O.G. JFD host Mark Freado to enhance the festivities.

Up first, a group of rowdy teens (including a young Beau Bridges) get ahold of a magic goo that little Ronny Howard makes in his science lab that turns living creatures super sized. When they eat the goo they turn into humongous party animals that just want to dance in Bert I. Gordon's Village of the Giants from 1965.

Then, a traveling female baseball team runs a-foul (get it?) of a gang of hillbillies in the back woods of the South. After the ladies beat the hicks in baseball and take their money, the good ol' boys try to get revenge in some grisly ways, but these baseball babes fight back in Blood Games from 1990.

And finally, the people that brought you The Real World try to bring that reality charm to the big screen by making a pseudo-documentary about a group of college kids getting drunk and hooking up in Mexico in The Real Cancun from 2003.

All this plus witty banter between friends, what Freado's been up to, bitchin' about It, tips for theaters and studios on how not to suck, Twitter fights with The New York Times, our world famous weekly Nerd News and Blu-ray Picks, continued lack of overt police involvement, and a whole lot more!

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Thursday, September 7, 2017

JFD380: It's Alive, Octaman, Zaat

Crawl on up outta the water, creeps! It's our slimy Monster Fish Men theme show! This week we're delivering you the soggiest trio of underwater jams this side of the black lagoon!

First up! Our man Larry Buchanan manages to lure greenlisted teen idol Tommy Kirk into a prehistoric cave of mystery and mayhem in 1969's It's Alive! It's a fish-man movie, not the Larry Cohen baby flick, trust us.

Next! Is it man? Is it fish? Is it octopus? Nah, it's 1971's Octaman, and it's really something else. He's the eight-legged dude that's gonna make ya say "Oh shit, it's Octaman!"

Finally, the Monster Fish Man film that spawned it all, 1971's Zaat. And what exactly has it spawned? The only way to know for sure is to listen to us chat about it.

All this plus witty banter between slimy dudes, the unexpected return of Norman Bates Junior, another bunch of crybaby clowns in the public sphere, racist cartoon lawsuits, the invention of Nice-Skates (tm) and the Sad Saga of Grampa Larry, a shout-out to the interns in the digital animation department of Disney Junior, our weekly news and Blu-ray Picks, an assumed lack of overt police involvement, half-wet sneezes, super-mega belches, armpit farts, the untold benefits of podcasting, fully-brominated vegetable gleeks and a whole lot more!


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Friday, September 1, 2017

JFD379: L.E.T.H.A.L. Ladies: Return to Savage Beach (audio commentary)

It's our 1,100th movie ever reviewed on Junk Food Dinner!

And you know what that means: It's audio commentary time! This isn't our normal episode, so if you're new, go try out a different episode. This one is meant to be cued up with the Andy Sidaris film, "LETHAL Ladies: Return to Savage Beach."

So, cue up, tune in and drop out, dudes. We're smoking heavy doobies.


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Tuesday, August 29, 2017

September movie schedule!

You motherfuckers aren't even going to believe this month's movies!

As always, go to our Patreon to donate and become one of our pals who picks movies for us monthly!

JFD380 Fish Monster theme show

  • It's Alive! (1969)
  • Octaman (1971)
  • Zaat (1971)
JFD381
  • Valley of the Giants (1965)
  • Blood Games (1990)
  • The Real Cancun (2003)
JFD382: Monster Moms w/ guest Matthew Sweetman
  • My Stepmother is an Alien (1988)
  • My Mom's a Werewolf (1989)
  • Stepmonster (1993)
JFD383: $10 Patreon Pal Picks
  • Lady in a Cage (1964) (picked by Paul M)
  • Midnight Cowboy (1969) (picked by Elise)
  • Cemetery Man (1994) (Picked by Brandon S)

Thursday, August 24, 2017

JFD378: An Eye for an Eye, Cyborg, Cartels


Shock and Awe-gust explodes with another week of action flicks, this week we are joined by Garon Cockrell of the Never Not Funny podcast and PopCultureBeast.com as we examine three films starring giants of the action world.

Up first, Chuck Norris plays a San Francisco cop who goes rogue after his partner is murdered. After teaming up with his slain partner's wife (Rosalind Chao) and her kung fu expert father (Mako), Norris goes up against an evil drug ring including Christopher Lee and Professor Tanaka while trying not to get hassled by his former boss Richard Roundtree in An Eye For An Eye from 1981. 

Then, Jean-Claude Van Damme plays a mercenary in the post-apocalyptic wasteland of the future trying to hunt down a female robot who has information that could help cure the plague that has decimated the world. Unfortunately a gang of cyberpunks are out to stop him in the Cannon Films release Cyborg from 1989.

And finally, an older, heavier Steven Seagal plays a DEA agent trying to get to the bottom of what happened during the transport of a captured international drug kingpin in Cartels (AKA Killing Salazar) from 2016.

All this plus witty banter between tough dudes, eclipse talk, GWAR chat with Travis, more Sean Max Max revelations, sad Nerd News, MoviePass chat, Ghoul Summer t-shirts, poll results for our 1,100th movie, our weekly Blu-ray Picks, an assumed lack of overt police involvement and a whole lot more!

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