JFD76: Kamillions, The Troll Hunter, Oversexed Rugsuckers from Mars!

A piping hot new episode of Junk Food Dinner is cooling softly on your windowsill! This week we're joined by a very special guest host - Mike B. Anderson; director of Alone in the T-Shirt Zone (Episode #38!), Kamillions (right now!), and current supervising director of The Simpsons (forever!)!

We forgo the Junk Mail, Nerd News, and DVD Release segments this week (don't worry, they'll be back next week) as we kick the show off with a discussion on Mike's career from Alone in the T-Shirt Zone to now and everything in between!

Up first - we get the inside scoop on our first feature of the evening - Mike's sophomore film from 1989 - Kamillions, a Lovecraftian sci-fi comedy with some extremely memorable special effects, goofball character actors, and sacrificial pig meat.

Then it's off to the land of the ice and snow with the midnight sun where the hot springs flow. Yes, scenic Norway! It's time to take a look at 2010's The Troll Hunter - the latest, and one of the best despite it's lack of black metal, entries into the world of documentary style horror!

Finally - we have a mature, enlightening, and honest discussion about the Hungarian prison dra- no, wait. We're talking about an alien vacuum cleaner that wants to bang everyone and eat microwave dinners, right? That's right. It's 1989's Oversexed Rugsuckers from Mars! Believe it!

This episode's a real doozy, don't miss it!

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  1. Great show! These are the kind of fascinating underground interviews that I love to hear. Mike B. Anderson sounds like a cool guy, and it was really cool of him to stick around after the interview and review the other movies as well. That was a fun surprise. Great stuff!

  2. I'm a struggling filmmaker, and I am a huge fan of both of Mikel B. Anderson's feature films.


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