Thursday, May 26, 2016

JFD315: Intrépidos Punks, The Gate, Dollman


Sean's out in Korea this week, so Kevin and Parker are joined by Jackson Stewart, director of the brand new horror film Beyond the Gates! We talk to Jackson about the flick which stars Barbara Crampton (Re-Animator, You’re Next), Graham Skipper (Almost Human), Chase Williamson (John Dies at the End, The Guest) and Brea Grant (Halloween 2) in which two estranged brothers reunite sev
en months after their father’s disappearance to liquidate his anemic video store. While there, they unearth an old VCR board game that acts as an inter-dimensional hub to a nightmare world where their father’s soul is trapped and can only be saved by playing the game.

We also get a voicemail from one of the stars of the film (hint: she's a goddamn legend)!

Then we settle in to look at three pretty insane flicks;

Up first, a gang of motorcycle riding, drug taking, bank robbing Mexican punks try to evade the law while scoring more dope, money and weapons in Intrépidos Punks from 1983. The film stars lucha libre legend El Fantasma as the leader of the gang, Tarzan and features the best theme song you'll ever heard repeated 25 times in a movie!

Next, a young boy (Stephen Dorff) and his heavy metal loving friend, open a gate to Hell and unleash a bunch of weird vibes and even weirder mini monsters in 1987's The Gate.

And finally, Tim Thomerson plays a hard boiled space cop who crash lands on Earth while in pursuit of an evil villain who's just a head. The only problem is, on Earth, he's only a foot tall. Now he has to content with giant humans, the evil space head and a gang leader played by Jackie Earle Haley in Dollman from 1991.

All this plus witty banter between friends, tons of Junk Mail, VHS board game chat, Green Room previews, the lost art of the supernatural erotic thriller, Stewart Gordon talk, punk rock songs, continued lack of police involvement and a whole lot more!

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Tuesday, May 24, 2016

New Ghoul Summer Shirt! Pre-order Begins June 2nd!

Start saving your pennies, Junkies! We've got a brand new Ghoul Summer shirt comin' your way just in time for the hottest, sleaziest, grossest part of the year. Designed by Christopher Olvis, who designed last year's amazing Ghoul Summer shirt, these will be released by Hide The Bodies, so you know they'll be super soft... even if your heart has grown hard and dark.

The pre-order will go live June 2nd so check back here for the link to order!



Friday, May 20, 2016

JFD314: Space Adventure Cobra, Cowboy Bebop, Gyo: Tokyo Fish Attack

It's Ani-May here at the JFD studios, so grab your dakimakura and dive right in!

First, a space pirate falls in love with a bounty hunter (and her sisters?) whose planet is in danger in "Space Adventure Cobra" from 1982.

Next, a group of bounty hunters try to catch a terrorist on Mars in 2001's "Cowboy Bebop: The Movie."

Finally, killer robot fish invade Japan and then things just get crazier from there in "Gyo: Tokyo Fish Attack" from 2012.

All this plus live Sweetman action, DVDs, Grape Revenge, Otaku sonsofbitches, shit in the streets, Nerd News, shit in the sheets, Ghoul Summer news and so much more!


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Thursday, May 12, 2016

JFD313: Communion


It's a California adventure as the JFD boiz meet up IRL in LA to watch lucha libre and eat fried chicken. Then there's a knock on the door. Who could that be? Holy shit! It's everybody's favorite Bay Area podcast bros Cory and Shelby from Illogical Contraption Radio! Now it's a fuckin' party!

For our first and only movie this week, Shelby brings us the "true story" of Whitley Strieber (hammed up to perfection by Christopher Walken at his Walken-est), a writer who is haunted by his intimate encounter with creatures from another world in Communion from 1989.

Plus we eat a bunch of snacks for Chow Yum Chat and crinkle the wrappers right into the mic! We have Siqq Piqqs for movies or books that got us believing in aliens! Ghost stories! Marriage proposals! Beard love! Cory-oke! And much more!

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Wednesday, May 11, 2016

JFD's June Movie Schedule !

It's that time of year, creeps! Ghoul Summer is back! Sure, we're doing it a little early this year, but that's just because it's so fun we couldn't wait. (Also because we have a HUGE project on the horizon). We got the gross stuff, then we got a cool-down week with some more-chill summer fair. Enjoy, creeps!

JFD317

  • Cannibal Mercenary (1983)
  • Shredder Orpheus (1989)
  • Hard to Die (1990)
JFD318: Ghoul Summer w/ guest Mike from Kissing Contest
  • The Rapeman (1993)
  • Splatter: Naked Blood (1996)
  • Ex Drummer (2007)
JFD319: Ghoul Summer (Marquis de Sade edition)
  • Eugenie (1973)
  • Salo or the 120 Days of Sodom (1975)
  • Marquis (1990)
JFD320: Cool Summer
  • Computer Beach Party (1987)
  • Summer School (1987)
  • Weekend at Bernie's (1989)
Keep your eyes peeled for some hot, new summer fashions if you get our drift!

Wednesday, May 4, 2016

JFD312: Sexandroide, Destroyer, Dream a Little Dream 2

It's the eve of a Cinco de Junk Food in-person cross-podcasting meet-up extravaganza, and excitements are running high. The only things that could stoke the flames of our cult movie related ferver even higher is a calendar-mandated exploration of this week's three weird-ass flicks. Join us this week to hear three men at the edge of their movie watching limits.

First up! Mutilation, sex, and Tina Turner collide in the softcore s&m French sleaze fest Sexandroide from 1987! Recently released by Massacre Video, this is the film that caused some to cry aloud that Ghoul Spring had arrived.

Up next! Psycho homages (and homages to just about everything else) abound in this hybrid women-in-prison/action/slasher/thriller from 1988 - it could only be Destroyer! It's one of those things where someone's trying to make a movie in a jail, but those people are getting killed off by an ex-con who survived an electrocution there years earlier. Starring football player turned muscle-bound genre actor Lyle Alzado, this is probably where Wes Craven stole parts of Shocker from!

Finally! The sequel they said shouldn't happen. Dream A Little Dream 2 from 1995. It's six years later. It still has two Cory's. Parker picked it.

All this plus witty banter between friends, party pre-planning, Junk Mails from Down Under, Sean's Wind Tunnel Experiment, Cory's Musical Slashfic Continued, The Sweetest Man Alive, alzheimer's mishaps, there's a ghost inside Sean's soundboard and nobody can exterminate it, nipple tortures, prison scandals, half-assed Lynchianisms, Nerd News & DVD Picks, continued lack of overt police involvement, sneezes, belches, gleeks and a whole lot more!


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Friday, April 29, 2016

JFD311: Double Agent 73 (Audio Commentary)

Hey, Junkies! We're reviewing our 900th movie this week. Where does the time go, eh? The movie was chosen by you guys. And you chose Doris Wishman's Double Agent 73 (1974)... because you're perverts.

WARNING: This is not a normal episode of JFD. We're doing a full audio commentary for the movie, so if this is your first time with JFD, try a different episode. Also, it makes sense to get a copy of the movie to watch along with us, otherwise when we say stuff like, "Would ya look at those hooters!" you won't know what hooters we're talking about.


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Saturday, April 23, 2016

JFD310: The All American Hustler, Dead Kids, It's Called Murder, Baby


This week, Kevin's out, so in his place we welcome Joe Rubin from cult film preservation and releasing company Vinegar Syndrome to discuss three flicks currently available on their streaming service Exploitation.tv

Up first, is an early underground porno film, with very little known about it, The All American Hustler from 1972. This flick features some early 70's L.A., cropped-in sex scenes, depression and heroin use.

Next, we take a look at Dead Kids (AKA Strange Behavior) from 1981. As the title would imply, this horror mystery involves slews of youngers in a small Midwestern town getting snuffed out, but who's doing it and why?

And finally, we explore It's Called Murder, Baby (AKA Dixie Ray Hollywood Star in it's X-rated form) from 1983. This sexy, low-budget comedy thriller mixes early 80's exploitation with 50's noir.

All this plus witty banter between friends, a behind the scenes look at the acquiring and preservation of lost exploitation movies, a voicemail from The South, depressed boners, L.A. geography, continued lack of police involvement  and a whole lot more!

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Friday, April 15, 2016

JFD309: Santa Sangre, Jerkbeast, Malibu Beach

It's the episode with everything. So many things. All of the surprises. You're going to go wild for this episode. We guarantee it.

First up! Severed arms, acid-bath castrations, transgendered luchadores, cocaine & dwarves collide in 1989's Santa Sangre from legendary freak-out king Alejandro Jodorowsky! Part art film, part giallo, and all weirdness, it's called "Jodorowsky's most accessible film", which is really saying something, right? We definitely spoil the crap out of the ending, so go ahead and watch this one before the show.

Up next! Loud-mouthed public access monster Jerkbeast gets his own self-titled movie from 2005. Tour our beautiful nation with the Jerkbeast himself as loud things are yelled and hardcore punk music is played. It's a movie, sort of.

Finally! We hit the beach with the spoiled brats of Malibu in director Robert J. Rosenthal's largely forgotten laid-back seaside hang-out picture, Malibu Beach from 1978. It's like a Van Nuys Boulevard (another Crown International Picture) set slightly west. Who could forget that Dugan?

All this plus witty banter between friends, taking it to the d-box, Harrison Ford hot-takes, a certain man of sweetness, supermodel horrors, porn piracy politics, Sean drops a surprise, parker's relaxation preference, Nerd News & DVD Picks, continued lack of overt police involvement, sneezes, belches, gleeks and a whole lot more!


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Wednesday, April 13, 2016

JFD's May movie schedule!

Hey, Junkies! May is approaching and we got movies! Here they are!
JFD312

  • Sexandroide (1987)
  • Destroyer (1988)
  • Dream a Little Dream 2 (1995)
JFD313: Top Secret Podcast Bro Meetup Episode
  • Communion (1989)
JFD314: Ani-May Week!
  • Space Adventure Cobra (1982)
  • Cowboy Bebop: The Movie (2001)
  • Gyo: Tokyo Fish Attack (2012)
JFD315: with guest Jackson Stewart, director of Beyond the Gates
  • Intrépidos Punks (1980)
  • The Gate (1987)
  • Dollman (1991)
JFD316
  • The Sinful Dwarf (1973)
  • Thundercrack! (1975)
  • Green Room (2016)