Thursday, August 28, 2014

JFD227: Mad Max, Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior, Mad Max 3: Beyond Thunderdome


We bid Shock and Awegust a fond farewell this week, but before we pack up our machine guns and motorcycles, we pay homage to potentially the greatest Ozploitation trilogy of all time, the Mad Max trilogy directed by George Miller and starring Mel Gibson!

First up, the one that started it all, the outback revenge classic Mad Max, from 1979! This low-budget action flick was a surprise mega-hit and was the most profitable film of all time for a long-ass time. It has Toecutter.

Next up, we hit the road in an Oil Tanker From Hell with Mad Max in 1981's sequel The Road Warrior! Leather-clad bad-asses lead by the evil Lord Humongous are trying to steal some gasoline, and Max gets caught up in the middle. It's crazy.

Finally, we tackle our final Mad Max flick for the show, 1985's sometimes maligned Mad Max 3: Beyond Thunderdome! Tina Turner and a wrestler/midget combination run the pig-feces-methane plant at Bartertown, but Max takes a break from all that jazz to hang out with the children. Hey, it looks good.

All this plus the wittiest banter between friends, GWAR Chat, Wienerschnitzel’s sub-par Burgers, Lots of Love, Kissing Contest’s Disappointing Voicemail Contest, Nerd News, Rats of Humans, Krypto the Super Dog, Large Marge eyes, burps, sneezes, boogers and so much more!


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Thursday, August 21, 2014

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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Monday, August 18, 2014

September Schedule

Hey, Junkies! We're ready for a sweet Fall cool off period. It's the time between Shock & Awegust and Schlocktober when the air gets crisp and we just like chillin' next to the VHS player. Two of our theme episode ideas originated during JFD219 so if you haven't listened to that, go do it! September is also a time for strapping on a backpack and going back to school, hence our other two theme episodes. Enjoy, Junkies, because after this month, things get creppy and spoopy like you wouldn't believe. In fact, there's still time to vote for our Schlocktober theme shows, so try that out, too.

JFD228: Amy Fisher Week

  • Lethal Lolita - Amy Fisher: My Story (1992)
  • The Amy Fisher Story (1993)
  • Casualties of Love: The Long Island Lolita Story (1993)
JFD229: High School Week
  • Pretty Maids All in a Row (1971)
  • Prom Night (1980)
  • Angus (1995)
JFD230:College Week
  • Back to School (1986)
  • Big Man on Campus (1989)
  • Getting In (1993)
JFD231 Christina Applegate Week
  • Streets (1990)
  • Don't Tell Mom the Babysitter's Dead (1991)
  • Vibrations (1996)

Thursday, August 14, 2014

JFD225: Tintorera: Killer Shark, Jaws 3-D, Sharknado 2

Junk Food Dinner wades into schlock-infested waters as Shock and Awegust transforms into SHARK & JAWSGUST for a week! Guest Faith Von Awesome joins us this week while Kevin's in Boston - and one of us doesn't survive the episode!

First up, a swinging bachelor hits the high-seas for cocaine fueled orgies and intermittent shark violence in 1977's Tintorera: Killer Shark! This Mexisploitation flick stars Hugo Stiglitz and is notable for being one of the first Jaws rip-offs, as well as being one of the few softcore shark films. It's also kind of like a Cannibal Holocaust for sharks, if you know what I mean. 

Next, we tackle the perhaps-not-the-best but-definitely-the-most-3-dimension Jaws sequel, Jaws 3-D from 1983! It's got Louis Gossett Jr., Dennis Quaid, and Lea Thompson running around a strangely prophetic SeaWorld, but does it have any sharks?

Finally, we check in with the second in what's sure to be a long-running annual tradition from Asylum Films, 2014's Sharknado 2! Noted scribe Thunder Levin delivers a script crammed with celebrity cameos, movie parodies, and sharks, but can critical darling Anthony C. Ferrante retain his auter spirit while operating in the Shark/Weather subgenre? And what artistic choice lead him to film this summer-set movie in February snow-bound NYC?

All this plus witty banter between friends, the saddest nerd newses, disco dancing, getting eaten by sharks, tanlines aplenty, burps, sneezes and so much more!

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Friday, August 8, 2014

JFD224: Operation Warzone, Rapid Fire, Future Force


Shock and Awegust kicks off this week with some truly insane action from Action International Pictures. It's our David A. Prior theme show! Get ready for low-budget insanity from the king of action trash! Parker Bowman's on assignment with Doctor Evil, so we're joined this week by Rachel Thode and Nick Jones!

First up, tons of tough guy stuff is set to the weirdest synth pop music you might find on VHS in 1988's Operation Warzone, an inexplicable low budget Vietnam movie from David A. Prior!

Next up, we seek out the world's most powerful (and ridiculous) weapon Rapid Fire from 1989! There's also something about a code that may have been changed.

Finally, we tackle our final David A. Prior flick for the show, 1989's Future Force! The always-weird David Carradine gets even weirder with the attachment of a flying bionic arm he uses for bad police work!

All this plus witty banter between friends, Bloody Mary's, bad explosions, crazy fist fights, crotch punching, DTMF weaponry, burps, sneezes and so much more!


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