Thursday, November 26, 2015

JFD290: 3 Dev Adam, Turkish Star Wars, Turkish Rambo

Gobble gobble, junkies! To celebrate turkey, we're celebrating Turkey! It's a pun, get it?!

First up on our foreign voyage is a 1973 movie where Captain America and Santo fight a villainous Spider-Man in "3 Dev Adam" (aka 3 Mighty Men). Turkish filmmakers completely steal and misuse the classic American and Mexican characters for their own ends in this wacky crime/mafia/superhero film.

Next, director Cetin Inanc not only rips off characters and plot elements and characters from Star Wars, but steals actual footage for 1982's "Dunyayi Kurtaran Adam" aka Turkish Star Wars. It's good guys vs. killer mummies, immortal wizards and cookie monsters in this one.

Finally, Cetin Inanc returns to thievery in "Turkish Rambo," (1986) a movie where a strong Stallone-like soldier flexes his muscles to show the evil Iraqis who's boss.

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Sunday, November 22, 2015

JFD December Calendar!

Greetings, junkies! The holiday season is upon us and that can mean only one thing! You're gonna be cold. And the only way to keep warm while also being stylish as fuck is to buy the new Junk Food Dinner shirt from Hide The Bodies. It's printed on a next level quality T that's guaranteed to be as soft as the ghost who's wearing it!

In addition to clothing you, we'll be reviewing movies in December. Which ones? Find out now by reading the subsequent words on this post!!

JFD291:


  • Playtime (1967)

  • Sleepaway Camp III (1989)

  • Double Trouble (1992)


  • JFD292: 2015 Week (Again) w/ guest Mike Dikk!

    • White God (2015)

    • Late Phases (2015)

    • The Editor (2015)



    • JFD293: Listener Suggestion Show

      • Mad Foxes (1981)

      • Making Contact (1985)

      • Spring (2015)


      • JFD294: Xmas Week!

        • Silent Night, Deadly Night 2 (1987)

        • Eyes Wide Shut (1999)

        • Krampus (2015)



        • Wednesday, November 18, 2015

          JFD289: Turbo Kid, Ex Machina, It Follows


          As 2015 comes to a close, we take a look back at three flicks that made an impact on the world of genre filmmaking over the past year.

          Up first, a young man is trying to survive the post-apocalyptic wasteland of 1997 but when he teams up with an enthusiastic robot chick he finds himself at odds with an evil overlord (Michael Ironside) and his army of masked marauders in the super-retro, super-violent Turbo Kid.

          Next, Alex Garland spins a tale of a young bro-grammer (Domhnall Gleeson), who wins a chance to meet the genius mogul of the world's largest internet search engine (Oscar Isaac) and participate in a series of tests to determine if a newly created robot with artificial intelligence can really feel. But it quickly becomes clear that things aren't exactly what they seem in the sci-fi thriller Ex Machina.

          And finally, a teenage girl (Maika Monroe) has sexual encounter with a strange boy who afterwards reveals that she is now cursed with an evil spirit that will follow her to the ends of the Earth until she is killed. The only way to get rid of it is to pass it to someone else via sex. Needless to say, things get sexy and spooky in It Follows from director David Robert Mitchell.

          All this plus witty banter between friends, Parker's continued love affair with a Nintendo tape, dream talk, a warning to be humble or else, Nerd News, Redd Foxx praise, legal advice for filmmakers, blu-rays at the nice price, disagreements about robots, songs about herpes, absolute confidentiality, continued lack of police involvement and a whole lot more!

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          Friday, November 13, 2015

          JFD288: Fists/Clan of the White Lotus, Fear City, The Quiet Earth

          This week is just one of those old fashioned post-apocalyptic, strip-teasing, groin-smashing good times as we tackle three completely random but endlessly fascinating cult films. It's a great time to be alive.

          First up! It's Clan of the White Lotus from 1980! This Shaw Brothers classic is a semi-sequel to Executioners from Shaolin, starring Gordon Liu and Lieh Lo in one of your classic Monk versus Eyebrows matchups. Come for the feminine fighting-fu, stay for the repeated nut kicks.

          Up next! Fear City is one of Abel Ferrara's lesser discussed early works, but is that a complete mistake? We'll find out as we discuss this sleazy 1984 Times Square set thriller. Starring Melanie Griffith as a stripper!

          Finally! New Zealand delivers a chillingly effective post-apocalyptic thriller in The Quiet Earth from 1985. A single man roams the earth following a disaster. It's sort of like I Am Legend, but with less bullshit.

          All this plus witty banter between friends, Nerd News, DVDs, game genie codes for Fallout 4, #bostonstrong, speculation on the weirdness of Matthew Sweetman's boners, Heath from Dallas with a Pumpkin Spice Update, your weekly Vanilla Ice recap, RIP Tom from Adelaide, old dead leather balls, Internet ponzi schemes 3000 (get money), betamax bygones be bygone, absolute confidentiality, a crippling cornucopia of crotch kicking combat, Melanie Griffith's rude titties, a post-apocalyptic kiwi, continued lack of overt police involvement, sneezes, belches, gleeks and a whole lot more!



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          Thursday, November 5, 2015

          JFD287: The Groove Tube, Kentucky Fried Movie, Prime Time

          With Schlocktober over, we try to laugh in the face of winter. We talk about 3 sketch comedy movies from the 70s.

          First, up a psychedelic freak out called The Groove Tube from 1974. Richard Belzer and Chevy Chase show up in this movie full of dirty jokes and stoner humor.

          Next, Abrahams/Zucker and John Landis cut their teeth in this sketch movie full of wacky commercials, fake movies and rude titties. Kentucky Fried movie from 1977.

          Finally, we watch Prime Time aka American Raspberry, where the US turns chaotic after a pirate tv station pops up to show crass humor and harsh satire.

          All this, plus DVDs, Nerd News, Tom from Adelaide, Sean hates another classic, Parker's unwillingness to laugh, No Shave November, stingers, Stung, did we truly do it?, new T-Shirts and so much more.

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