Thursday, September 29, 2016

JFD333: ...All the Marbles, Human Highway, Black Roses


This episode is more or less a spiritual sequel to #JFDecades: The 80's only this time we are joined by none other than Derrick from Astro Radio Z to discuss wrestler babes, radioactive Devo and heavy metal monsters.

Up first, Peter Falk plays a lovable scumbag who manages a female wrestling tag team (Vicki Frederick and Laurene Landon) who travel across the Rust Belt trying to score fame and the chance at the championship in Reno in ...All the Marbles from 1981.

Next, Neil Young finances, writes, directs and stars in Human Highway from 1982. This whacked out vanity project finds Young teaming up with Devo to make a post-modern, surreal music video set at a rinky gas station/auto repair/diner in a radioactive desert.

And finally, a heavy metal band called Black Roses picks a small town as the first stop on its world tour, much to the disapproval of the elders, but the old fogies turn out to be right because the Roses are actually Satanic monsters that are only there to corrupt the youth into mischief and murder in 1988's Black Roses.

All this plus witty banter between friends, love of Northern accents, the return of Kyle from Kentucky, flies in beverages, sad Nerd News & Blu-ray Picks, rock 'n roll music, continued lack of overt police involvement, and a whole lot more!

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Friday, September 23, 2016

JFD332: Honeymoon Killers, Blown Away, Wishmaster

We're back with our wokest episode ever! Sean is still way down yonder on the Amazon, but Shelby Cobras of Illogical Contraption got his wish granted and is here to fill in!

First, a newly-married couple hits the road to steal the lives and riches of old ladies in Francois Truffaut's favorite American film, "The Honeymoon Killers from 1970.

Next, The year of Feldman continues as Corey Feldman and Corey Haim get involved involved in a sexy crime noir when Nicole Eggert arouses them in "Blown Away" from 1992.

Finally, a genie needs a bad actress to make three wishes so he can destroy the world in "Wishmaster," a Wes Craven production.

All this plus Nerd News, DVDs, Corey Feldman Chat, A lot about livin', a little about love, voicemail ratings, 2 boobs, GWAR Chat, Monkey Chat, special post-show voicemails, getting a little bit crazy but never getting caught and so much more!


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Friday, September 16, 2016

JFD331: The Battery, A Talking Cat!?!, Zero Charisma


All good things must come to an end and this week we close out out JFDecades series with our current decade, the oh so modern 2010's. And to help us join in the contemporary fun, we are joined by comedian Josh O'neil.

Up first, two minor league baseball players traverse the undead wasteland trying to survive and stay sane in the 2012 ulta-low budget indie zombie film The Battery directed by and starring Jeremy Gardner.

Then, David DeCoteau (Dr. Alien, Creepazoids) brings us this perplexing straight-to-video childrens(?) film about a cat (voiced by a lethargic Eric Roberts) who can use his magic powers to speak to super uninteresting people, including Johnny Whitaker (The kids from Sigmund and the Sea Monsters) and Kristine DeBell (from Alice in Wonderland: An X-Rated Musical Fantasy) in A Talking Cat!?! from 2013.

And finally, we take a look at Zero Charisma, also from 2013, which explores the sad yet amusing life of an over zealous nerd whose only pleasure in life comes from bossing around other dorks while playing role playing games, until a cooler nerd steps in and threatens to disrupt the balance of power.

All this, plus plenty o' Junk Mail, sad Nerd News, UFC chat, old school monsters on blu-ray, GWAR talk, all day vapes, wrestling theme songs and so much more.

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Friday, September 9, 2016

JFD330: Werckmeister Harmonies, Ghost World, DOA: Dead or Alive

It's 2000s week! And we're all relieved that the world didn't end after Y2K!

First, controversy in the JFD offices as we watch "Werckmeister Harmonies," a 2 1/2 Hungarian film about a dead whale and the village people who ponder it.

Next, Thora Birch and Steve Buscemi star in the adaptation of the Daniel Clowes comic, "Ghost World." Birch plays Enid, a young woman just out of high school who's trying to find out if there's more to life than irony.

Finally, a movie that can only be liked somewhat ironically, "DOA: Dead or Alive." It's a fighting tournament with foxy bikini beach girls!

All this plus Parker tells the real truth about Gene Wilder, Godzilla Chat, Our favorite Hardcore Champions, DVDs, Nerd News, The Fighting Attorney, no voicemails and so much more!


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Friday, September 2, 2016

JFD329: Chickboxer, Hard Boiled, Clerks

Hey, you remember the 90’s. And you’ll remember this podcast for the rest of your life, because it’s the one where your three charming JFD hosts continue the #JFDecades project with three ultra-classic 1990s films. It’s an end-of-the-century blow-out.

First up! Michelle Bauer "stars" in this film "co-written" by David DeCoteau, a lightweight but nostalgiac shot-on-video action-comedy (with perhaps limited appeal), and one of the most misleading covers of all time - it's 1992's Chickboxer! Kathy Sherwood is the #1 fan of TV show Chickboxer, and when things get tough in her neighborhood she takes it upon herself to learn karate, which might be more dangerous than she'd ever imagined.

Next! John Woo teams up with Chow Yun Fat for one last time before embarking on the Hollywood phase of his career, this time tracking the exploits of some tough-as nails cops in 1992's Hard Boiled Anthony Wong and some other bad dudes terrorize Chow Yun Fat across Hong Kong, until a peeing baby fixes everything. Really!

Finally! We surf a salsa shark into the nine circles of hell, by way of convenience store, in Kevin Smith's 1994 debut Clerks Shot on the cheap on maxed-out credit cards, this dialogue-heavy hang-out comedy defined a generation of filmmakers and film message board commenters. But we're not even supposed to be podcasting today!

All this plus witty banter between friends, the forgotten Suncoast Video, non-human instagram celebrities, Parker ruins a segway, some kind of demon invades our voicemail line and legit scares Sean (even while editing this week’s episode), Parker hates classic human beings, digital halloween decorations, Michael J Anderson supporters, a trip to the Raunchy Ranch, Nerd News & Blu-ray Picks, continued lack of overt police involvement, sneezes, belches, gleeks and a whole lot more!


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Thursday, September 1, 2016

Schlocktober VII: Meet the Schlockers


Junkies! You feel that crispness in the air? You see that candy corn on the shelf? It's fall and that means we're gearing up for Schlocktober!

Here's our October schedule!

JFD334: Clive Barker Week

  • Rawhead Rex (1986)
  • Hellraiser (1987)
  • Candyman (1992)
JFD335: Living Dead Week
  • Night of the Living Dead (1968)
  • Dawn of the Dead (1978)
  • Day of the Dead (1985)
JFD336 Stephen King Randomizer
  • ??? (???)
  • ??? (???)
  • ??? (???)
JFD337: Halloween Week
  • The Crow (1994)
  • Murder Party (2007)
  • Tales of Halloween (2015)