Thursday, July 31, 2014

Ghoul Summer Masterpost

Here are all the Ghoul Summer episodes of all your favorite podcasts. We'll keep this updated and we encourage any and all podcasts out there to join in! (Except Marc Maron)

Junk Food Dinner
Ghoul Summer 2012
JFD117:Last House on the Left, House on the Edge of the Park and Last House on Dead End Street.
JFD118: The Bunny Game, Nekromantic and Human Centipede 2 w/ Mike Dikk.
Ghoul Summer 2013
JFD170: Ghoul Summer 2013, Martyrs, Taxidermia and Faces of Death w/ Mike Dikk.
Ghoul Summer 2014
JFD222: Ghoul Summer 2014, The Secret Life: Jeffrey Dahmer, Men Behind the Sun and Tetsuo: The Iron Man w/ Memphis Maniac.
JFD223: Ghoul Summer 2014, Cannibal Holocaust, Come and See and the Untold Story w/ Mike Dikk.

Kissing Contest

Bonus Ghoul Chat
Kissing Contest 63: Ghoul Origins
Ghoul Summer 2014
Kissing Contest 194: Remaking Ghoul Movies

Illogical Contraption
Ghoul Summer 2014
What a Ghoul Believes: w/ guest Ghoul director Bill Zebub

Pool Party Radio
Ghoul Summer 2014
Ep. 170: Torture Chat w/ guests Olympic Artichoke Radio

JFD223: Cannibal Holocaust, Come and See, The Untold Story

It's our second and final Ghoul Summer episode of the year and we're joined by Ghoul Godfather, Mike Dikk (of Kissing Contest) to discuss 3 movies he picked.

First, a professor goes deep into the Amazon to track down his missing documentarian students. But he only finds their footage and the grisly atrocities contained therein in 1980's Cannibal Holocaust. The flick, directed by Ruggero Deodato basically invented the Found Footage genre.

Next, a young Russian boy finds a gun and joins the army to fight back against the Nazis during World War II in 1985's "Come and See." It's a movie widely regarded as one of the best movies ever made.

Finally, Police Academy -esque bungling cops hunt a madman doing nefarious things in his restaurant in 1993's "The Untold Story."

All this plus witty banter between ghouls, Orion: The Comic-Con Correspondent, Turtles and their cool bodies, Nerd News, Blu-rays, Being a "cost-effective" ghoul, the podcast gold rush and so much more!

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Friday, July 25, 2014

Pick our Schlocktober Movies!

Hey, creeps. We hope you're celebrating Ghoul Summer by getting a nose bleed and not knowing why or getting some food caught in your throat. As you may have seen from your half goth/half rockabilly friends on Facebook, we're just 100 days out from Halloween, which means JFD's 5th annual Schlocktober is right around the bend.

Last year, we did 5 episodes dedicated to 5 of our favorite horror franchises. And this year, we're looking to do the same thing. Except replace "our" with "your." In the top left corner of the site, you'll see a poll. We nominated some franchises we want to honor for Ghoul Summer. Now it's up to you to pick the Top 4. We'll call this around the last week of September, so get voting early and often to make sure we do your Halloween jams!

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

JFD222: Men Behind the Sun, Tetsuo, the Iron Man, The Secret Life: Jeffrey Dahmer

What's that terrible smell coming from the basement of Junk Food Dinner studios? It's the unmistakable stench of GHOUL SUMMER! You sick fucks asked for it, so now you've got it! TWO WEEKS of Ghoul Summer this year. And we're kicking things off correctly by bringing in a professional ghoul, The Memphis Maniac(!) to pick our three ghoulish features this week.

Up first, while the Nazis get all the ghoulish attention, The Men Behind the Sun from 1988 shows that the Japanese were up to some serious ghoulish shit during World War II as well.. This Chinese film tells the tale of Squadron 731, a prison camp where Japanese soldiers and scientists commit gruesome atrocities against prisoners. This flick also earns bonus ghoul points for using real cadavers and animal cruelty. 


Next, Shin'ya Tsukamoto smacks us upside the skull with his frantic, industrial horror art flick Tetsuo, the Iron Man  from 1989 about a man whose body begins to transform into machinery. Shot in black & white and at a breakneck pace, this tight and abrasive film starts out nuts and never lets up.


Finally, shortly after the arrest of one of the most notorious serial killers, the low-budget horror flick The Secret Life: Jeffrey Dahmer was released in 1993 in an attempt to cash in on the morbid curiosity surrounding the crimes at the time. Directed by David R. Bowen and starring Carl Crew as the Milwaukee cannibal, this crude flick, despite it's shortcomings, found its way onto a surprising amount of video store shelves due to its sensational nature.


All this plus witty banter between ghouls, apes with machine guns, metal songs, Nerd News, Blu-rays, Chick Tracks, The Mephis Maniac pissing and so much more!


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Shock & Awegust II: The Shockening

Hey, Junkies. To cure your Ghoul Summer hangover, how about another JFD tradition? SHOCK & AWEGUST returns next month! This is our month-long tribute to action movies where shit explodes. Without any further belly-aching, here's the line-up!

JFD224: David A. Prior Theme Show

  • Operation: War Zone (1988)
  • Rapid Fire (1989)
  • ??? (?)
JFD225: Shark Week
  • Tintorera: Killer Shark (1977)
  • Jaws 3-D (1983)
  • ??? (?)
JFD226: Arnold Theme show
  • The Terminator (1984)
  • Red Heat (1988)
  • The Last Stand (2013)
JFD227 Mad Max Theme Show
  • Mad Max (1979)
  • Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior (1981)
  • Mad Max: Beyond Thunderdome (1985)

Thursday, July 17, 2014

JFD221: War of the Stars, Traxx, SymbioPsychoTaxiPlasm: Take One

It's a weird episode this week, Junkies, as we do a fan edit of a classic, a (possible) genius satire and a meta documentary.

First, a young farmer saves the galaxy with the Force in 2010's "War of the Stars: A New Hope Grindehoused." The Man Behind the Mask re-edited George Lucas' original 1977 "Star Wars" to fit in with the Grindehouse aesthetic we love so much on JFD. The movie is re-cut, re-scored and re-diculous now. Next, radio legend Shadoe Stevens is a lawman who just wants to kill and bake cookies in "Traxx" from 1988. Lawman Traxx is tasked with cleaning up and "taming" a violent Texas town, while simultaneously trying to get his cookie-making business off the ground.

Finally, a film crew is hired to film a film crew that's following a feature film in 1968's "Symbiopsychotaxiplasm: Take One." Steven Soderbergh championed the restoration of this film and Criterion has released it.

All this plus witty banter between friends, Mystery voicemails, Virtual Mark, suspicion about Kevin's absence, "these limp wrists," Comic Con Chat and so much more!


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Friday, July 11, 2014

JFD220: Mahakaal, Dreamaniac, Bad Dreams


Welcome to our nightmare this week as Junk Food Dinner checks out three Fake Freddy Fiascos! These flicks all borrow heavily from A Nightmare on Elm Street, but are they a dream come true? It depends on how much you enjoy moonwalking.

First up, an Indian Michael Jackson impersonator, silly kung fu fights, harrowing gang-rapes, songs about picnics, and a certain razor-gloved dream demon collide in 1993's Bollywood Freddy movie Mahakaal aka The Monster! This bizarre fusion of elements shouldn't work at all, but the Ramsay brothers manage to pull off something special. It has boogers!

Next up, we check out David DeCoteau's feature debut Dreamaniac from 1986! This Charles Band production features an awesome VHS cover on Wizard Video, but can the movie compare? We hope you like underpants.

Finally, we tackle another Freddy rip-off, 1988's Bad Dreams! The always-creepy Richard Lynch plays a crispy-faced cult leader stalking Jennifer Rubin through a mental hospital in this clear rip-off of A Nightmare on Elm Street Part 3! With extra-spooky fire effects!

All this plus witty banter between friends, the Darko/Arsenio connection, an all-star lineup of callers, tales of the wild west, Nightmare Feddy's, burps, sneezes and so much more!


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Thursday, July 3, 2014

JFD July Schedule!!

Hey, junkie ghouls! We're already an episode deep into July, but don't worry. We didn't forget about you true weirdos who like to watch along with us. So here's our schedule for the month. And a what a month it is to watch along. If you're a long-time listener, you'll know that when the thermometer gets all red, so does our thirst for the ghouliest, grossest, most disturbing movies. And this year, we've got 2 Ghoul Summer episodes for you! We've also got a whole slew of awesome guests this month!

And remember, the summer's not over after this month! Just like last year, we'll be unleashing Shock & Awegust next month, our month-long celebration of all things tough and explosions of all kinds.



JFD219: w/ guest Jamie Jenkins of The Skeleton Crew, Devour the Podcast, Lychan It, Evil Episodes and Direct to Video Connoisseur podcasts

  • Let Sleeping Corpses Lie (1974)
  • Captain America (1979)
  • Dear God No! (2011)
JFD220: Freddy rip-offs
  • Dreamaniac (1986)
  • Bad Dreams (1988)
  • Mahakaal (1993)
JFD221: w/ guest Orion Tippens
  • Symbiopsychotaxiplasm: Take One (1968)
  • War of the Stars: A New Hope Grindehoused (1977)
  • Traxx (1988)
JFD222 Ghoul Summer w/ guest The Memphis Maniac
  • The Men Behind the Sun (1989)
  • Tetsuo: The Iron Man (1992)
  • The Secret Life: Jeffrey Dahmer (1993)
JFD223 Ghoul Summer 2 w/ guest Mike Dikk of Kissing Contest
  • Cannibal Holocaust (1980)
  • Come and See (1985)
  • The Untold Story (1993)

Wednesday, July 2, 2014

JFD219: Let Sleeping Corpses Lie, Dear God No!, Captain America (1979)


Sean's out this week, so we're joined by Jamie Jenkins from The Skeleton Crew, Devour the Podcast, Lychan It, Evil Episodes and Direct to Video Connoisseur podcasts!                                                                    

Up first, Jamie brings us a tale about two English strangers who find themselves battling the zombies after a device used to kill insects accidentally raises the dead in 1974's Let Sleeping Corpses Lie (AKA The Living Dead at Manchester Morgue) (AKA Don't Open the Window) (AKA Do Not Speak Ill of the Dead) (AKA Jesus Christ, how many titles does this movie have anyway?!)

Next, a gang of drug-taking, law breaking, pyschopathic bikers cause mayhem as they travel from town to town. But after a shoot out with some strippers in Richard Nixon masks, the gang breaks into the home of scientist and takes him, his daughter and his guests hostage. Things get pretty ghoulish and Bigfoot himself even shows up! It's all here in Dear God No! from 2011.

Finally, in an effort to cash in on the trend of goofy 70's super hero TV shows, CBS made a TV movie about Captain America, intended to be a pilot for a future show. However, the show never got picked up and all that remains is this, part 1 of a two part movie series starring Reb Brown as the iconic symbol of the USA.

All this plus witty banter between friends, Amy Fisher movies, Nerd News, Blu-rays, Corey talk and so much more!

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Thursday, June 19, 2014

JFD217: Back to the Beach, South Beach Academy, Welcome to Arrow Beach

Put on your swimsuit, grab your towel and apply some sunscreen because this week JFD is bringing you some fun in the sun with our action-packed beach theme show!

Up first, Frankie Avalon and Annette Funicello have outgrown their beach party past and are living in Ohio with their punk rock son Bobby. But, on their way to Hawaii, they stop off in L.A. to visit their daughter (played by Full House's Lori Loughlin). But there's trouble in paradise as marital problems, surf punks and giant waves threaten to ruin their good time. Add cameos by Don Adams, O.J. Simpson, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Dick Dale, Gilligan, The Skipper and Pee-Wee fuckin' Herman and you have a recipe for fun in 1987's Back to the Beach.

Next, Corey Feldman visits his brother (Keith Coulouris) who runs a school for beach bums in Florida owned by his uncle (The Munsters' Al Lewis). But when a goofy gangster played by James Hong threatens to take away the school after a volleyball bet, it's up to the boys to assemble a volleyball team to reclaim what's theirs. Plenty of fake boobs and bad jokes abound in 1996's South Beach Academy.

Finally, Meg Foster plays a teenage hippy runaway whose travels find her on a private beach owned by Jason (Laurence Harvey) and his sister Grace (Joanna Pettet). They invite the young girl to stay with them but she soon realizes these generous property owners are more sinister than they appear. Murder and mayhem ensue in the horror thriller Welcome to Arrow Beach (AKA Tender Flesh) from 1974.

All this plus witty banter between friends, goddamn death dedications, boxers with boners, Nerd News, Blu-rays, dozens of Ohio references and so much more!

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