Wednesday, March 14, 2012

JFD100: Faster Pussycat! Kill! Kill!, Return to Frogtown, Street Trash

Holy shit! Can you believe it? We finally mad it to our 100th episode! And to celebrate, we're reaching deep into the vault and pulling out some of our cult favorites for our centennial podcast.

Up first, we get an eyeful of retro cars, knife fights, karate chops and giant breasts when we ogle the often imitated, classic and stylish 1965 Russ Meyer exploitation flick Faster Pussycat! Kill! Kill! starring 60's sexpots Tura Satana, Haji and Lori Williams.

Then, we hop into the sequel of a film we talked about all the way back on the very first episode of Junk Food Dinner, Frogtown II from 1992. This follow up to Hell Comes to Frogtown picks up right where it's predecessor leaves off, only this time trading Roddy Piper for Robert Z'Dar as our protagonist Sam Hell battling an army of mutant frog soldiers in a post-apocalyptic wasteland.

And finally, we slum it with a cartoonish group of New York homeless folks who find themselves melting into brightly colored gunk after drinking bottles of cheap liquor that have been sitting in storage for years when we get splattered by Street Trash from 1987, directed by J. Michael Muro and written by Roy Frumkes.

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3 comments:

  1. Congrats on the milestone. The hours of moderate entertainment you guys have provided us listeners is priceless. Literally, since it's free. Keep plugging away, and Buckethead will ALWAYS BE LISTENING. Now, back to listening to this episode while I get some editing work done.

    Btw, in your last ep, the dead air after Justin Russell praised Hatchet was kinda hilarious.

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  2. I must admit I did not like the first Frogtown so much. So I'll probably avoid the sequel if it is an inferior copy out the first film.

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