Saturday, April 25, 2015

JFD's May Calendar

Hello, Junkies!! We have a hell of a May planned for you! We'll be welcoming a few members of Kissing Contest to our gym to assess their talents in case we need to sign any free agents or make a trade. We're also doing a show curated by Paul, the dude who drew the first JFD shirt you probably already own and the upcoming JFD shirt that we would love for you to own.

JFD261 w/ guest Mark Freado, founder of Kissing Contest

  • Judex (1963)
  • Murphy's Law (1984)
  • Intent to Kill (1992)
JFD262: Sex Comedy Week!
  • Porky's (1982)
  • Revenge of the Nerds (1984)
  • Takin' It All Off (1987)
JFD263: w/ guest Doan, founder of Kissing Contest
  • Bring me the Head of the Machine Gun Woman (2012)
  • Supermensch (2013)
  • Mad Max: Fury Road (2015)
JFD264: T-Shirt Designer Paul's Theme
  • Happy Birthday to Me (1981)
  • Revenge of the Ninja (1983)
  • Red Sonja (1985)

Friday, April 24, 2015

JFD259: Las Vampiras, The Champions of Justice, Santo & Blue Demon vs. Dracula & the Wolfman


RING THE BELL!!! This week on Junk Food Dinner we explore the exciting world of LUCHA LIBRE with three Mexican luchador flicks!

Up first, a very old John Carradine plays an aging vampire with a harem of sexy vampire chicks who are causing mischief all over town, so it's up to the man of a thousand masks, Mil Máscaras to stop them in Las Vampiras from 1969.

Then, it's The Avengers of luchador films as Blue Demon, Mil Máscaras, El Médico Asesino, Tinieblas el Gigante and La Sombra Vengadora all team up to battle a mad scientist who goes by Mano Negra (Black Hand), his sidekick Black Shadow and an army of midget henchmen who have kidnapped all of their beauty queen goddaughters in The Champions of Justice from 1971.

Finally, it's the ultimate lucha libre monster mash as two of the biggest stars in the world of masked wrestling, Santo and Blue Demon join forces to battle two of the biggest stars in the world of horror, Dracula and the Wolf Man, in the cleverly titled Santo & Blue Demon vs. Dracula & the Wolfman.from 1973.

All this plus witty banter between friends, Lucha Underground chat, Record Store Day round-up, luchador masks with suits, luchars on motorcycles, unplanned Wizard-themed vacations, Junk Mail, Trailer-rama 2015, Full House jokes and so much more!

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Friday, April 17, 2015

JFD258: Massacre Mafia Style, Gone with the Pope, The Beaver Trilogy



Parker’s taking his own mysterious desert vacation this week, and as a result we’re joined with another famous Daytonite, Ryan from the Illumi-Nati Podcast! It’s a wild ride as we discuss Duke Mitchell’s entire filmography (two flicks!), and an entire Beaver Trilogy (one flick!). Uncover the secrets of Italian American lounge singers and small-town talent shows together with us!

Up first, we delve into our accidental theme show with Duke Mitchell’s exploitation debut, Massacre Mafia Style (aka The Executioner, aka Like Father Like Son) from 1978! The son of a Sicilian mafia boss moves to Hollywood to stake his own claim to the family name. Duke Mitchell wrote, directed, stars, and provides the music for this sleazy grind house Godfather rip-off, which features some of the craziest exploding caskets you’ll ever find at any funeral.

Next! The Duke Mitchell insanity continues with Gone with the Pope from 2010! Previously unreleased and unfinished, Grindhouse Releasing went the extra mile to complete and restore this film decades later, and the result is as nuts as Duke’s first (and only other) movie. In this follow up, Duke finds himself involved in a plot to kidnap the Pope and demand a one dollar ransom from all the Christians in the world. And that ending!

Finally, we head up to the mountains and stop in a little town with some little secrets, with 2000’s The Beaver Trilogy. Comprised of three individual segments filmed over the course of several years, all covering the same subject, and featuring the likes of Crispin Glover and Sean Penn (as well as the music of Olivia Newton John), this movie is the weirdo 80s low-fi Rashomon/Hedwig mash-up you’ve always been waiting for! It’s weird in all the right ways.

All this plus witty banter between friends, Robotic Overtones, Hot Dog Podcasting, A Dixie Dust-Up, The Sweetest Sheets and the Beach Boys, Dishwash Talk, French Ticklers, Nerd News and This Week in DVD, The Mysterious Stuart, Confusing Release Dates, absolute confidentiality, continued lack of police involvement, sneezes, belches, gleeks and a whole lot more!



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Also be sure to check out the Tape Eaters Convention on Facebook, for all of your Ohio-area VHS Convention needs! This year it's being held on August 1st in Cincinnati, Ohio (you’ve heard of that place)! You might even run into one of your JFD pals (autographs only as time permitting).

Friday, April 10, 2015

JFD257: America's Deadliest Home Video, Aswang, North Dixie Drive

Junkies! Rejoice, for episode 257 is upon us! We are joined by Josh from Lunchmeat Magazine this week.

First, we take a look at a very early entry in the Found Footage/POV genre: "America's Deadliest Home Video" from 1993. This SOV flick stars Danny Bonaduce and Melora Walters ("Boogie Nights"). It's also directed by the dude who did "Wild Things 2," so that's pretty weird.

Next, we finally get around to a movie that's been requested by listeners for years: "Aswang" from 1994. A pregnant woman deals with weird Phillipino vampire monsters while in rural Wisconsin... for some reason. The movie turns out to be ... GROOVY.

Finally, we watch a documentary about Parker's hometown of Dayton, Ohio called "North Dixie Drive." The film looks at a part of town hit by a failing economy and an obsolete automobile industry that has since fallen into disrepair. And the eccentric folks who live there.

All this, plus Nerd News, DVDs, Mad Max Chat, Mark from Oakland's strongest "It's Okay" yet, Sweetman reflecting on Sweetman, Voicemails, skypiness, hot dogs, JFD Grandpa, a weird intro and so much more!


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Thursday, April 2, 2015

JFD256: Sisters, Dressed to Kill, Blow Out


JFD is back and still riding high off our 5-year anniversary we decide to take it up a notch by inviting none other than Cory from the world famous Illogical Contraption radio show to come on and party with us! And party we shall, because this episode is no regular-ass episode, oh no. Tonight we explore some early films from one of the masters of suspense Mr. Brian De Palma!

Up first, Margot Kidder is a French-Canadian living in New York. When she appears on a hidden camera game show with Lisle Wilson, the two go out on a date. But she's carrying a dark secret involving her twin sister which leads to murder. But when her neighbor across the street (Jennifer Salt) witnesses the murder, the race is on to figure out just what the hell is going on in Sisters from 1973.

Then, Angie Dickinson is a frustrated MILF living with her husband and son. But after a random hook-up at an art museum, she is murdered in an elevator by a mysterious "woman". It's then up to her shrink (Michael Caine), her son (Keith Gordon), a cop (Dennis Franz) and a hooker (Nancy Allen) to figure out just what the hell is going on in Dressed to Kill from 1980.

And finally, John Travolta is a sound engineer for crummy b-movies (you know, like the ones we cover on this podcast), but when he's out one night recording sound effects, he witnesses a car drive off the road and into a stream. After saving the girl inside (Nancy Allen) he finds out that the guy driving the car was a potential presidential candidate and it's up to him, Nancy Allen and Dennis Franz to figure out just what the hell is going on in Blow Out from 1981.

All this plus witty banter between friends, the return of Grandpa, penis enhancement chat, cute little butts, Nerd News and Blu-rays/DVDs, absolute confidentiality, Hithcock comparisons galore, the Memphis Maniac, RoboTech pajamas, continued lack of police involvement and a whole lot more!

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Wednesday, April 1, 2015

JFD999: A Very Special Episode



This week, on Junk Food Dinner: a very special episode of Junk Food Dinner. Our specialists have specialized in specialization to the point of specific specificity, and the results are included in this special episode. It's an episode we think you'll enjoy at this time of year, from our family to yours.



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