Friday, November 25, 2016

JFD341: Fateful Findings, The Wailing, Officer Downe

Welcome back, snack packers!

First, writer/director Neil Breen stars in "Fateful Findings," a 2013 movie about a writer who hacks into the most secret national and international government and corporate secrets. He also has superpowers.

Next, a bumbling South Korean cop investigates a strange illness and its supernatural origins in 2016's "The Wailing."

Finally, an undead cop protects a surreal fantasy version of Los Angeles in "Officer Downe," based on the Image comic and directed by a dude from Slipknot.

All this plus video game chat, weird voice mails, Kevin Smith chat, dvds, nerd news, new bumpers and other tight shit.


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Wednesday, November 16, 2016

JFD340: Something Wicked this Way Comes, Return to Oz, Fuzzbucket

Well, freeze me cryogenically and call me a racist! This week, JFD investigates the weirder side of Walt with three cult Disney flicks! It's debatably kid-friendly!

First up, it's the movie that Disney didn't want us to see, but we tried to see anyhow! Jonathan Pryce, Pam Grier and a freak-filled carnival show up in rural Illinois to freak out some kids on and off screen in 1983's Something Wicked this Way Comes! It's probably the weirdest, sexiest horror movie ever released under the Disney banner!

Next! There's no place like home, not even the Emerald City, which has seemingly gone all A Clockwork Orange in 1985's Return to Oz. This sequel to the 1939 family classic stars Fairuza Balk, some weird New Age punk rock rollerblader guys, a headless princess, and an electro-shock technician. It's one of the more surreal movies ever to feature ham sandwiches growing on trees.

Finally! We watched 1986's Fuzzbucket, and I don't even really wanna talk about it, to be honest.

All this plus witty banter between friends, the wildest skype noises ever, goofy shoes, Sean's impeding funerary plans, speaking of 'dark as fuck', the return of The Fallen One, maniacal Memphis grandchildren, one of those sad nerd news faces, the vvurther advventures of the dirvvector of the vvitch, lively space zebras, a 1979 movie, they don't understand stuff so good, a literal peanut butter solution, them news and Blu-ray Picks, continued lack of overt police involvement, sneezes, belches, decrepit erections, gleeks and a whole lot more!


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Monday, November 14, 2016

JFD's December Movie Schedule!

It's almost the end of the year, Snack Packers! You know what that means? It means we got culty Christmas jams for you and our historic 1,000th movie reviewed/next audio commentary! Be sure to vote!

In other news, we'll be taking the last week of the year off to go do crimes, but we may possibly have super secret surprise delights for you, so stay tuned!

JFD343: Howard Stern Week

  • U.S. Open Sores (1989)
  • Butt Bongo Fiesta (1992)
  • Private Parts (1997)
JFD344: Xmas Week
  • Santa Claus Conquers the Martians (1964)
  • Jack Frost (1997)
  • Feeders 2: Slay Bells (1998)
JFD345: 1,000th Review/Audio Commentary
  • ??? (???)

Thursday, November 10, 2016

JFD339:The Human Tornado, Petey Wheatstraw, Disco Godfather


If you're feeling low and ain't got no class, allow this episode to rock your motherfuckin' ass! This week JFD celebrates the badass Rudy Ray Moore! We are joined by Joe from Vinegar Syndrome, who have recently released some lovingly restored blu-rays of the films reviewed tonight.

Up first, Rudy reprises the role that made him famous as Dolemite, in the sequel The Human Tornado from 1976. In this film Dolemite and his friends (including a young Ernie Hudson) find themselves on the run after he is caught in bed with the racist sheriff's wife.

Next, things go to Hell as we tackle Petey Wheatstraw: The Devil's Son in Law from 1977. In this film Rudy plays the titular Petey Wheatstraw, a world famous comedian who knows kung fu. But after he and a bunch of his friends are gunned down at child's funeral, he makes a deal with the devil to make things right and get revenge.

And finally, Rudy curbs the cussing and puts out a PG-rated anti-drug flick called Disco Godfather from 1979. In this one, Rudy plays a disco owner named Tucker whose nephew gets fucked up on PCP. Tucker takes matters into his own hands to take down the creeps selling the dope and messing up his community, all while busting some sweet disco moves.

All this plus witty banter between friends, pre-election attitudes, angry voicemails, Skype hiss, nepotism, Blu-ray Picks, funk and disco jams, continued lack of overt police involvement, and a whole lot more!

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Friday, November 4, 2016

JFD338: Django, Flesh Gordon, Hot Resort

We're nursing our Schlocktober candy hangovers at the JFD offices this week. Parker's out sick, but Cory from Illogical Contraption is here to fill in!

First, a stranger gets involved in a border clash between Mexican bandits and the KKK in 1966's original that spawned infinite unofficial sequels, "Django."

Next, a sexy porn parody of the serialized space superhero saga, "Flesh Gordon," from 1974.

Finally, a group of horny teens get jobs at a Caribbean vacation spot in 1985's "Hot Resort."

All this plus Nerd News, DVDs and Blu Ray Chat, Sad Nerd News, Horror Host Chat, Racist Jackson, Is Sean hunting humans, Playful secrets and so much more!


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Thursday, November 3, 2016

Pick our 1,000th movie/next Audio Commentary!

Hey, Snack Packers! Can you even fucking believe it? In December, we'll be reviewing our 1,000th movie! What movie will it be? Only you have the power to make that decision. As is tradition, the movie gets its own episode, complete as an audio commentary. Instead of Pokemon Go-ing out to the national election polls, you need to declare "I'm with Her...ting my JFD friends by making them watch a shitty movie."

In the past, you guys picked Howard the Duck (JFD35), C.H.U.D. (JFD69), The Warriors (JFD103), Transformers: The Movie (JFD137), Escape From New York (JFD172), Spring Break (JFD 206) and Ice Cream Man (JFD240) Judgment Night (JFD274) and Double Agent 73 (JFD311).

Here are the choices, Junkies!

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