JFD377: The Panther Squad, The 13th Warrior, Hardcore Henry
Shock and Awegust at Junk Food Dinner is different than Shock and Awegust at other podcasts. Here at JFD, we've got a time-honored tradition of including movie picks curated specifically by our Patreon Donors. And now, this week, here is that episode as per our traditions.
First up! Our man Paul's got a surprising Sybil Danning feature for us to feast on, 1984's The Panther Squad, which you might remember as being that one movie where Sybil Danning wears revealing leather clothing.
Next! Our man Travis is waging a battle against indifference, with the forgotten blockbuster The 13th Warrior from 1999! It stars Antonio Banderas and was directed by the guy who did Die Hard, so why has nobody heard of it?
Finally, who could forget our man Luke's legendary suggestion that we finally review 2015's Hardcore Henry? Not us, or we surely wouldn't have reviewed it. It's that first-person movie from the Russian director where all the policemen get shotgunned. You gotta see it!
All this plus witty banter between tough dudes, Coors references, a plethora of Kevin-related celebrations (in audio drop format), Ghoul Summer t-shirts, JFD poop styles, JFD jerk styles, all your Munsters updates, extended Bobcat chattings, our weekly news and Blu-ray Picks, an assumed lack of overt police involvement, half-wet sneezes, super-mega belches, armpit farts, the untold benefits of podcasting, fully-brominated vegetable gleeks and a whole lot more!
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that's strange cause I hear 13th Warrior mentioned all the time in forgotten classics and cult movie blogs. I think it's great and the slow pace for the time is a big reason why. Mcterinen did not direct it like a typical action flick. not to m3ntion that big viking that died sitting with his sword was pretty badassReplyDelete