Friday, June 16, 2017

JFD368: The Night of the Hunter, Danger: Diabolik, Trackdown

We're smack in the middle of this year's JFDecades run, and it's a hell of a show. We've got three wild flicks we found on the banks of the Ohio river, just upstream from that Sodom of the Midwest, Parkersburg!

First up! You know that movie with the "Love and Hate" finger tattoos? On Robert Mitchum? Playing a self-appointed Preacher slash serial killer? You know the one. It's 1955's The Night of the Hunter. Yeah, that one. We review it.

Next! Remember that weird Italian spy flick with the skin-tight, nostril-hugging masks? The one Mario Bava directed in 1968? Danger: Diabolik is the one! We talk all about that one.

Finally, who could forget Trackdown. This film, from 1976, is review lastly on the show this week. It stars James "Jim" Mitchum, eldest son of Robert Mitchum, and is being considered by some for a retroactive Academy Awards Ceremy sweep of all categories. We SPOIL THE CRAP OUT OF THIS MOVIE so you should definitely watch the movie first (streaming free on Amazon Prime, cheap on DVD).

All this plus witty banter between friends, why parker stays away from bread, dave's killer marketing team, the cream of the teens, It Comes At two nightmares in a row, Parker Bowman forgets Vanilla Sky exists, Seventy Eighty Year Old Party Monster Doug Benson, Wicks in Private, them weekly news and Blu-ray Picks, continued lack of overt police involvement, half-dry sneezes, wet belches, mega-decrepit erections, the dangers of tumblr, semi-brominated vegetable gleeks and a whole lot more!


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