Thursday, July 27, 2017

JFD374: Faces of Death IV, Red to Kill, Sick: the Life and Death of Bob Flanagan, Supermasochist

You can't wait 'til summer? Because it's gonna be a summer of ghouls? Hey now? It's this week's episode of Junk Food Dinner! We kick off our two-week tribute to the ghastliest and grossest flicks to watch in the sweatiest parts of the summertime, our own personal S&M trip: Week One of GHOUL SUMMER starts now! And to help us kick things off, we're joined by very special guest, cinematographer Brian Sowell (Sequence Break, Beyond the Gates)! And did we mention these movies were all suggested to us by our Patreon Donors? Those dudes pick some creepy flicks.

First up! The fourth installment in the venerable series of ghoul-classics that in some senses started the entire ghoul craze as we know it today, Faces of Death IV, from 1990, finds new and interesting ways to surprise us, and we talk about some of the more insensitive ways in which it did so.

Next! 1994's Red to Kill is more artful than your typical Hong Kong CAT-III movie, but that doesn't mean it has any less sequences featuring the rape of the mentally disabled. In fact, it has several. But that mood lighting, though!

Finally, who could forget Sick: The Life and Death of Bob Flanagan, Super-Masochist. This film, from 1997, is well beloved by all, most importantly Parker. It's a real eye-opener (and dick-smasher) of a movie. You gotta see it!

All this plus witty banter between fiends, ghoulish on-set experiences, ghoulish drowning stories, ghoulish studio executives, dallas suicide club, buying gore by the sheets, your weekly news and Blu-ray Picks, a profound lack of noted police involvement, half-wet sneezes, mega belches, almost-decrepit erections, the dangers of ghouldom, well-brominated mineral gleeks and a whole lot more!


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Wednesday, July 19, 2017

JFD373: Last Summer, Scenes From the Goldmine, I Woke Up Early the Day I Died

Nobody ever tells Junk Food Dinner what is and isn't possible. Not even the laws of physics are strictly respected around these parts. Case in point and pudding-proof: this week's episode features none other than Wayne Killmeister of Motion Picture Massacre: the Podcast. You won't believe it, but that doesn't change a damn thing. It happened.

First up! Could it be a prelude to Ghoul Summer? Is that the kind of kick Sean Byron's on these days? One thing's for sure, it's 1969's Last Summer, directed by Frank Perry and starring a dead seagull.

Next! The movie that seems like for sure it should have been on HBO all the time when we were kids, but nobody remembers. It's a Kevin Moss blind-pick bonanza as we review 1987's Scenes from the Goldmine! In this case, they're mining for lucrative song publishing royalties (and cocaine).

Finally, who could forget I Woke Up Early The Day I Died. This film, from 1998, is well beloved by all, most importantly Wayne. It premiered famously at the Mann's Chinese Theater in Hollywood, Calif. It's written by Ed Wood, and not the fictional Tim Burton character but the actual historical figure. You gotta see it!

All this plus witty banter between podcats, Wayne's unfettered sense of civic pride, Wayne's official theme song, Wayne's stance on Illogical Contraption Radio Podcast, Wayne's boob-scale ratings on Junkmails, Wayne's standing with Jackson Stewart, Wayne's standing with Unknown Caller, Wayne witnesses the return of a very special caller, Wayne's thoughts on Ghoul Summer fashions, Wayne's experiences with JFD commentary episodes and presidential elections, Wayne's preferred methods for seeing Jodorowsky films, some weekly news and Blu-ray Picks, an assumed lack of overt police involvement, half-wt sneezes, mega belches, partly-decrepit erections, the dangers of podcasting, semi-brominated vegetable gleeks and a whole lot more!


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Thursday, July 13, 2017

JFD372: The Hitcher, Wild Tales, Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders


This week on JFD we turn over the programming rights to our loyal Dom Deluise $10-a-month Patreon donors and get a trio of off-beat features to sink our teeth into.

Up first, C. Thomas Howell (Soul Man) plays a young man driving alone in Texas who picks up a hitchhiker played by Rutger Hauer (Hobo with a Shotgun) who quickly reveals himself as a psycho killer. Soul Man manages to escape the madman but sets off a game of cat and mouse in The Hitcher from 1986.

Next, we take a look at Argentina's highest grossing movie ever, Wild Tales (AKA Relatos Salvajes) from 2014. This dark anthology flick weaves 6 tales about people in strange situations with questionable morals.

Finally, Adam West, Burt Ward and Julie Newmar reprise their roles (well, at least the voices) from the classic 60's Batman TV show in an all-new, straight-to-DVD, animated adventure; Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders from 2016.

All this plus witty banter between friends, vacation plans, slot machine previews, Junk Mail, our world famous weekly Nerd News and Blu-ray Picks, continued lack of overt police involvement, and a whole lot more!

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Tuesday, July 11, 2017

1,100th movie/audio commentary time!

Hey, Junkies! It's that time again! Vote for what our 1,100th movie should be and we'll do an audio commentary for it at the end of August!

Just click this widget here or the one on the left sidebar. Whatever's good.

JFD's 1,100th movie/ next audio commentary
 
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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), Double Agent 73 (JFD311) and The Neverending Story (JFD345).




Friday, July 7, 2017

JFD371: Jekyll & Hyde ... Together Again, Nightmare Weekend, Willy/Milly

We're back!

Up first, a doctor discovers cocaine ... well, a powdery white drug anyway ... and becomes a sleazeball maniac in "Jekyll and Hyde... Together Again."

Next, a different doctor turns coeds into flesh-hungry mutants (I think) in "Nightmare Weekend."

Finally, a high school girl grows a penis thanks to Seth Green's magic in "Willy/Milly."

All this, plus Nerd News, random ass drops, DVDs, buddies talkin and so much more.


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