Wednesday, June 29, 2016

August movie schedule!

Hey, Junkies! In August, we'll still me knee-deep in our Century of Film experiment where every week is dedicated to a new decade of schlock! (And sometimes the classics). Summer love awaits us all, Junkies.

Oh, and be sure to buy one of the brand new Ghoul Summer shirts or a classic line-up JFD shirt!

JFD325 1950s Week

  • Robot Monster (1953)
  • Kiss Me Deadly (1955)
  • Touch of Evil (1958)
JFD326: 1960s Week!
  • The Mask (1961)
  • The Thrill Killers (1964)
  • Hillbillys in a Haunted House (1967)
JFD327: 1970s Week!
  • Dirty Harry (1971)
  • Hard Times (1975)
  • Hardcore (1979)
JFD328: 1980s Week!
  • Cobra Verde (1987)
  • Heathers (1988)
  • Bloodsport (1988)
JFD329: 1990s Week!
  • Hard Boiled (1992)
  • Chickboxer (1992)
  • Clerks (1994)

Thursday, June 23, 2016

JFD319: Eugenie, Salò or the 120 Days of Sodom, Marquis

The heat is sweltering, the movies are tortoruous, and there's a foul smell in the air. It could only mean one thing - we're closing out Ghoul Summer 2016 with our Marquis de Sade theme show. But will we survive? It's true what they say: All Ghoul Things Must Pass (gas).

First up! We cover Jess Franco's adaptation of the Marquis' story Philosophy in the Bedroom, but not the adaptation you're thinking. It's 1970's Eugenie, a stylish low-budget ghoul affair starring Marie Liljedahl and Christopher Lee, regarding the corruption of a young Spanish babe by a creepy old dude and his lady friend.

Up next! If you know anything about ghoul movies, you've heard of 1975's Salò, or the 120 Days of Sodom. But as it's one of the most banned films worldwide, we won't blame you if you haven't actually seen it yet. Italian filmmaker Pier Paolo Pasolini transports the Marquis' story to WWII era Italy, where the ruling elite impose heinous sexual torture on a group of young slaves. It's as grim as it sounds.

Finally! If you ever wanted to see a French Pound Puppie with a stop-motion wiener named Collin have sex with an animated jail cell wall, 1989's Marquis is the film for you. Monarchical genealogy and anal rape feature prominently.

All this plus witty banter between friends, Feeling the Ghoul Burn, the part where Parker looks up to the Marquis de Sade, Reactionary Rapeman Review Reactions, “you know how Mark is”, Skype is a demon feeding on audio ghoulishness, that William Castle kinda hustle, analog nonsense, normal ass balloon nostalgia, Seth Ghoulzer, nipple tortures, famous penis actors, Sad Ghoul News & DVD Picks, continued lack of overt police involvement, sneezes, belches, gleeks and a whole lot more!


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Friday, June 17, 2016

JFD318: The Rapeman, Splatter: Naked Blood, Ex Drummer


It's hot, it's sticky, it's gross. That can mean only one thing; Ghoul Summer is here! That's right; spend a humid, sweltering couple of hours with Kevin, Parker, Sean and our special guest host, the grand marshall of Ghoul Summer, Mike Dikk from Kissing Contest and get despicable with a trio of uncomfortable flicks.

Up first, a Japanese anime about an avenger for hire who rights the wrongs of the world with forced sex in The Rapeman from 1993. Is this ultimate taboo cartoon just subversive satire or a heinous portrayal of vulgar ideals? You decide.

Next, a young man discovers a revolutionary new pain killer, but when he secretly tests it on three young women, he quickly realizes that turning pain into pleasure has some ghoulish downsides in Splatter: Naked Blood from 1996. This Japanese horror film has some of the most nauseating gore scenes in Ghoul Summer history!

And finally, a group of Flemish losers with handicaps recruit a hip writer to round out their punk band and bare witness to their depraved lifestyles in Ex Drummer from 2007. Is this film gross enough to truly be considered a "ghoul movie" or is it just an grimy Trainspotting rip-off?

All this plus witty banter between ghouls, touching Junk Mail, Sean incorrectly claiming ALF was the first alien sitcom, news about dead midgets, ghoul wrestling, serious debates on whether rape is fair fodder for humor, Mike getting queasy while eating a donut, audio issues from New York, the mystery of Mark Freado's ghost and so much more!

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Thursday, June 9, 2016

JFD317: Hard to Die, Cannibal Mercenary, Shredder Orpheus

Hey, Junkies! The temperatures keep rising in the JFD studios as we get closer to Ghoul Summer. Or wade through it, as the case may be this week.

First, a group of sexy temp workers set an ancient evil free while burning the midnight oil in Jim Wynorski's "Hard to Die" from 1990. If this movie seems familiar, it's because it's a remake/sequel to "Sorority House Massacre 2" and it's also somehow "Slumber Party Massacre 6."

Next, a group of soldiers in Vietnam fight snakes, get their genitals punished and get peed all over in "Cannibal Mercenary" from 1983.

Finally, a skateboarder travels to Hell in 1990's "Shredder Orpheus" - a movie that combines industrial aesthetics and Greek tragedy.

All this, plus Nerd News, DVDs, the saddest nerd news, basketball shorts, sticking it to the man, Beyond the Gates Chat, has Sean even seen TMNT2?, Zatoichi: The Blind Podsmen, Donald Lloyd, new T-shirts and so much more!


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Tuesday, June 7, 2016

JFD's July Movie Schedule!

Hey, Junkies! It's almost July and you know what that means: America, bikinis and surreal Czechoslovakian cinema!

Aside from that, your JFD buddies will be embarking on a huge trip through time, space and cinema. Starting in July, we'll begin our journey through 100 years of film. Each week for 10 weeks, we'll be dedicating a whole show to one decade. We'll start in the 1920s and though the magic of linear chronology, we'll end in September with the present day. Most of us will, anyway, as I feel that I (Parker) may choose to end my life sometime around week four of this science experiment or risk turning into a full-blooded grandfather.

Anyway, here's the July calendar. Enjoy!

Oh, and be sure to buy one of the brand new Ghoul Summer shirts or a classic line-up JFD shirt!

JFD321

  • Baron Prášil (1961)
  • It's a Bikini World! (1967)
  • Captain America: The First Avenger (2011)
JFD322: 1920s Week!
  • Haxan: Witchcraft Through the Ages (1922)
  • Go West! (1923)
  • Man with a Movie Camera (1929)
JFD323: 1930s Week!
  • Scarface (1932)
  • King Kong (1933)
  • Alice in Wonderland (1933)
JFD324: 1940s Week!
  • ??? (194?)
  • The Naked City (1948)
  • The Red Shoes (1948)

Thursday, June 2, 2016

JFD316: Green Room, The Sinful Dwarf, Thundercrack!

Oooh, what's that smell? Can't you smell that smell? The smell of Ghoul Summer surrounds you, yeah, as our three picks this week edge right up against the definition of Ghouldom. It's an accidental prelude to this summer's ghoulish festivities, and one you'll never forget.

First up! It's Jeremy Saulnier's follow up to 2014's Blue Ruin (one of our collective favorites of that year), Green Room from this year! Basically "Nazi Punks Fuck Off: The Movie", this thriller pits a plucky young group of punk rockers against an army of neo-nazi punks lead by Patrick Stewart. It's wild!

Up next! If a movie stars a dwarf who can't stop sinning - it could only be 1973's The Sinful Dwarf! It's one of those Danish (not Swedish) Porno Slashers we all know and love, starring Torben the Dwarf as an incestous, sex-torturing pimp who seizes, drugs, and converts young women into prostitutes in his filth-ridden home. Blame Ricky!

Finally! We deliver on a long-held promise to a very special listener. Nobody will ever say we didn't review Thundercrack! from 1975, because this is our review of it. It is contained within this episode of the show.

All this plus witty banter between friends, Korean dick-shaped pastries, Logan’s Run Night Clubs, making our voicemail line bling, It’s Wayne, Kevin’s frustration about gorilla violence, Junkies Down Under, Sweetman's Leatherman Gimps, Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling Chats, perplexing quiet background laughter, Parker's usage of the definite article, Nerd News & DVD Picks, continued lack of overt police involvement, sneezes, belches, gleeks and a whole lot more!


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Got a movie suggestion for the show, want to give your opinion on a movie we talked about or just want to tell us we suck? Drop us a line at JFDPodcast@gmail.com. Or leave us a voicemail: 347-746-JUNK (5865).

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