JFD226: The Terminator, Red Heat, The Last Stand

Shock and Awegust turns into Shock and Arnold this week, as we pay tribute to one of the greatest action stars in the world.

First, the classic that kickstarted Arnold and James Cameron's careers: 1984's "The Terminator." Arnold plays a cold, robotic slasher hunting down women in this classic that started one of the most iconic franchises in history.

Next, Arnold is a Russian cop who follows a criminal to Chicago in 1988's "Red Heat." Director Walter Hill ("The Warriors") tries his hand again at the buddy-cop flick after basically inventing it with "48 Hours."

Finally, Arnold's 2013 comeback movie after nearly a decade of politics, "The Last Stand." Directed by Kim Jee Woon spins this violent tale of an aging small town sheriff forced to stop a crime boss from fleeing back into Mexico.

All this plus witty banter between friends, hypothetical "Jaws" questions, Arnold noises, Nerd News, Matthew Sweetman, remakes, burps, sneezes and so much more!

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