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Junk Food Dinner is a weekly podcast devoted to cult films, sci-fi, horror movies and everything weird and wild about the cinematic art form. Your three hilarious and good-looking hosts each pick a movie and then argue about why we did or did not like them.

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    Junk Food Dinner's back, this time with less hair!

    First, the law student/under-age hooker vigilante, Angel, is back to get the gang who shot her friend in 1985's "Avenging Angel." Writer/Director Robert Vincent O'Neill returns, but Betsy Russell (the "Saw" movies, "Cheerleader Camp") plays Angel this time.

    Next, after being falsely accused of murder, a man uncovers a deep conspiracy in 1978's "Blue Sunshine." Jeff Lieberman ("Remote Control") directs this trippy, mystery proto-slasher.

    Finally, a hard-drinking southern belle searches for a sugar daddy to save her family's diner in "Six Pack Annie" from 1975.

    All this plus witty banter between friends, banana peels, hair cut stories, birthdays, mouth-watering pull quotes, DVDs, Nerd News, popular podcast names. And so much more!


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    Got a movie suggestion for the show, want to give your opinion on a movie we talked about or just want to tell us we suck? Drop us a line atJFDPodcast@gmail.com. Or leave us a voicemail: 347-746-JUNK (5865).

    Also, if you like the show, please take a minute and subscribe and/or comment on us on iTunes, Stitcher, Blubrry or Podfeed.net. We're able to populate the species with your love and support.


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  • 03/18/14--23:50: JFD's April Calendar!
  • April is right around the corner, junkies. We're doing our 600th movie/audio commentary for "Spring Break" to kick off the month. Then, to celebrate American International Pictures' 60th anniversary, we'll be doing a theme show for them. It'll be a hot time in the JFD studios this month, kiddos!

    JFD206: Audio Commentary Episode!

    • Spring Break (1983)
    JFD207: AIP Theme
    • It Conquered the World (1956)
    • Black Caesar (1973)
    • The Island of Dr. Moreau (1977)
    JFD208: 420!
    • The Harder They Come (1972)
    • Enter the Void (2009)
    • Evil Bong (2006)
    JFD209:
    • Infra-Man (1975)
    • Hooper (1978)
    • Cheap Thrills (2014)
    JFD210: Rebel highway theme
    • Cool and the Crazy (1994)
    • Runaway Daughters (1994)
    • Shake, Rattle & Rock (1994)

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    Junk Food Dinner hits up another trio of weird and wild cult flicks this week! No theme show needed - we've got enough to handle this week without one of those crazy themes.

    First up, we hit the road and go on a Punk Vacation, from 1990, or 1987, or 1984 or something! This long-delayed low-budget Punks versus Rednecks flick eventually found a home on RaeDon VHS back in the day, and has recently been reissued by Vinegar Syndrome. We dig it out of the archives to see if there's any life left in this underseen town-invasion movie.

    Next up, a classic Ozploitation flick from Australian cult king Brian Trenchard-Smith - 1982's Turkey Shoot (aka Escape 2000)! It's another one of those Most Dangerous Game kind of flicks, but this one has a fat werewolf with a mullet (or is it a lazy bigfeetsman?)

    Finally, we get sent to Detention! This 2011 flick from acclaimed Backstreet Boys music video director Joseph Kahn blends genres, invents new visual filmmaking techniques, and trades heavily in 90s references and Dane Cook mugging.

    All this plus witty banter between friends, The World Famous Junk Food Dinner Snacks Chat, Cincinnati Dad Porn and Backdoor Burglars, Groucho Parker, Ricky’s SXSW Update, An appreciation for Brian Trenchard-Smith, K-mart Banshees, Time Traveling Bears and so much more!


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    Got a movie suggestion for the show, want to give your opinion on a movie we talked about or just want to tell us we suck? Drop us a line at JFDPodcast@gmail.com. Or leave us a voicemail: 347-746-JUNK (5865).

    Also, if you like the show, please take a minute and subscribe and/or comment on us on iTunes, Stitcher, Blubrry or Podfeed.net. We'll sternly accost a vending machine for your love and support.


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    Hey, Junkies. Listener of the show and all around good dude, Nick, has an uncle, Punk, who's fighting ALS and lung cancer. And, as we all learned in Saw VI, medical costs are too damn expensive, so there'll be a a benefit this weekend to defray those medical costs. If anyone would like to donate or help out in any way or if you're in the Illinois and wanna show up, it would be much appreciated. There's gonna be lots of cool raffle prizes including sweet DVDs and even a Junk Food Dinner T-Shirt (from Hide the Bodies.) You can find the facebook event page Here or you can contact Nick Here.

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    Creeps, low-lifes, scumbags, hoodlums and petty thieves beware! This week on JFD, it's all about Charles Bronson cleaning up the streets as we examine the first three Death Wish films.

    Up first, Charles Bronson stars as Paul Kersey, a liberal architect in New York City. But when a group of thugs (including a young Jeff Goldblum) attack his family, leaving his wife dead and his daughter in a catatonic state, Paul is forced to take the law into his own hands. Armed with his new .32 Colt revolver, Paul hits the filthy streets of the Big Apple and begins a vigilante killing spree. Soon Paul is making the news and gaining the attention of the police chief Frank Ochoa played by Vincent Gardenia in the 1974 crime drama that started it all, Death Wish.

    Then, Bronson is back as  Paul Kersey, only this time he and his daughter have relocated to L.A., but Paul quickly learns that The City of Angels is not much better than New York, when another group of thugs (this time including a young Lawrence Fishburn) wreak havoc on his family. Of course, it's not long before Paul is taking his .380 Beretta pistol out for some more creep hunting, all while trying to avoid the cops (including a reprise role from Vincent Gardenia) in the long-awaited sequel Death Wish 2 from 1982.

    And finally, our hero Paul Kersey moves back to New York only to find his friend dead and his neighborhood overrun by cartoonish punks (this time including a young Alex Winter) who are menacing the innocent folks of the community. Needless to say, Charles Bronson isn't going to just sit around and let this happen, as he is soon, once again, mowing down scumbags left and right in the most over-the-top and violent entry into the series, Death Wish 3 from 1985.

    All this plus witty banter between friends, Nerd News, this week's DVD & VHS releases, complete confidentiality, no police involvement, songs about vigilantes, Donald Lloyd of the Junk Food Dinner Warehouse, Junk (voice)Mails, and so much more!

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    Many of the films released by The Cannon Group (aka Cannon Films) in and around the 1980s have established themselves as cult classics. This week, we'll take a look at three cult gems produced by Israeli cousins Menahem Golan (director of The Apple) and Yoram Globus, who purchased Cannon for $500,000 in 1979. In doing so, we'll encounter sex, lies, videotape, deodorants, big feetsmen, boom boxes, rap talkers, and belts aplenty.

    First up, Roy Scheider's being blackmailed by a trio of well-cast blackmailers led by John Glovers (Gremlins 2: The New Batch) while his wife (Ann-Margret) tries to run for city councilwoman. With his mistress, Kelly Preston (Metalstorm: The Destruction of Jared Sin) already brutally offed by the blackmailers, how will Scheider ensure his wife's safety while pitting his foes against each other? Find out in our first Cannon film of the evening, 1986's 52 Pick-Up!

    Next, we throw down the cardboard and start dancing to the rap talker's beat, with 1984's Breakin'! A frustrated young jazz dancer played by Lucinda Dickey meets up with two break-dancers, O-Zone and Turbo. Together they become the sensation of the street crowds, which includes Jean-Claude Van Damme for no reason. Also, Ice-T is the rap talker for this film.

    Finally, it's the apocalypse but that's neggy a bad thing as that sasquatch is totally hot plastic. The comedic post-apocalyptic VHS classic adventure flick America 3000 from 1986 has a bigfoot with a boom box. What else could you ask for?

    All this plus witty banter between friends, the battle royale for the Listener Theme Show contest, complete confidentiality, no police involvement, electro rock, animal cruelty, Junk (voice)Mails, Dennis Leary and so much more!

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    Got a movie suggestion for the show, want to give your opinion on a movie we talked about or just want to tell us we suck? Drop us a line at JFDPodcast@gmail.com. Or leave us a voicemail: 347-746-JUNK (5865).

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  • 05/11/13--20:06: JFD's June Movie Schedule

  • Hey, Junkies! We've got a hot time planned for June! We got some cool new stuff, some old classics and the return of everyone's favorite torture device, The Randomizer 5000. If you're unfamiliar with the Randomizer, it's something we did on JFD116 and JFD134 where we put a bunch of movies in a list that are either insanely shitty or movies we otherwise wouldn't necessarily do on the show and we randomly pick three out via the magic of computers.

    JFD163: Movies Not Released on DVD Theme Show
    w/ guest Dan Kinem, director of "Adjust Your Tracking"

    • Homebodies (1974)
    • The Wild Life (1984)
    • Darkest Soul (1994)
    JFD164
    • Birdemic: Shock and Terror (2010)
    • Southern Comfort (1981)
    • Manborg (2011)
    JFD165: Summer Camp Theme Show II
    • GORP (1981)
    • Sleepaway Camp 2: Unhappy Campers (1988)
    • Nudist Colony of the Dead (1991)
    JFD166: Randomizer 5K III
    • ???
    • ???
    • ???


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    Listener Nick won us over and won the big contest, so we're doing his Ideal JFD episode!

    First, Jason's back and only horror fanatic Corey Feldman can stop him in 1984's Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter. The fourth film in the series promised to be the last, directed by Joseph Zito and co-starring Crispin Glover.

    Next, Arnold Schwarzenegger is forced to fight for his life on a deadly game show in 1987's The Running Man, based on a book by Stephen King and co-starring Jesse Ventura, Yaphet Kotto and Richard Dawson.

    Finally, summer campers get stuck in a cave after a big fart, so they pass the time talking about their first sexual encounters in Troma's The First Turn on! from 1983, directed by Lloyd Kaufman and Michael Herz.

    All this plus witty banter between friends, Nerd News, this week's DVD & blu-ray releases, Face to Face Chat, complete confidentiality, no police involvement, Poseurs, Donald Lloyd of the Junk Food Dinner Warehouse, Junk (voice)Mails, and so much more!

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    Got a movie suggestion for the show, want to give your opinion on a movie we talked about or just want to tell us we suck? Drop us a line at JFDPodcast@gmail.com. Or leave us a voicemail: 347-746-JUNK (5865).


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    Grab a couple buddies, get in your souped-up van and watch out for aliens and apocalyptic punks because a new episode of JFD is here! And even better, this week we're joined by professional podcaster Mike Dikk from Kissing Contest.

    Up first, five teams of college students are summoned by Leon: The Game Master, to participate in "The Great Allnighter", a complex scavenger hunt that takes the teens all over L.A. looking for clues and causing wacky hi-jinx along the way in 1980's Midnight Madness. This unlikely Disney movie stars a lot of recognizable young faces, such as David Naughton (American Werewolf in London), Stephen Furst (Animal House), Eddie Deezen (Surf II) and the film debut of Michael J. Fox.

    Next, a group of second-string football players (including Zack Ward [A Christmas Story] who can't stop smoking pot), "ugly" cheerleaders and their inept principal (Stella Stevens) has their bus mysteriously break down in "the hood" on the way back from a game. But when they ask for help from Roddy McDowall, a visiting alien in disguise, they become pawns in his deadly game of Predator (rip-off) and prey in the 1996 straight-to-video sci-fi thriller Star Hunter, co-directed by Fred Olen Ray.

    And finally, in the not-too-distant future a deadly virus has broken out across the British isles, leading to the complete quarantine of Scotland and turning it into a post-apocalyptic wasteland. But when a potential cure is suspected to exist inside the island, the British government (including Bob Hoskins) sends an elite special agent (Rhona Mitra) on a special mission inside the island to retrieve the cure from Malcolm McDowell. However, it won't be easy as along the way she must battle an army of post-apocalyptic punks,  medieval thugs and even those she thought she could trust in the over-the-top action hybrid Doomsday from 2008, directed by Neil Marshall.

    All this plus witty banter between friends, Nerd News, this week's DVD & blu-ray releases, complete confidentiality, no police involvement, insane revelations by Parker, cannibalism, Donald Lloyd of the Junk Food Dinner Warehouse, Junk (voice)Mails, and so much more!

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    Got a movie suggestion for the show, want to give your opinion on a movie we talked about or just want to tell us we suck? Drop us a line at JFDPodcast@gmail.com. Or leave us a voicemail: 347-746-JUNK (5865).

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    From Hawaii to Korea and back to the American West, hop in the car and take a cruise with us to cult movie locales far and wide as we discuss three far-flung movies on this week's Junk Food Dinner!

    First, join us on the banks of the Han River in Seoul, South Korea as we do battle with THE HOST from 2006! Will Korea's number one Kaiju capture the Park family with its long tentacles, or will they manage to chop up that monster like a plate of sushi?

    Next, we settle in for a long journey and some good tunes as ex-racecar driver Kowalski is chased across the desert by police, all while racing from his own past. It's the proto-Death Proof, VANISHING POINT from 1971.

    Finally, a bunch of bombs go off amidst a bevy of bullets and boobs, but is it enough to save this Andy Sidaris flick from its own baffling plot? Find out when we discuss PICASSO TRIGGER from 1988.

    All this plus witty banter between friends, Nerd News, this week's DVD & blu-ray releases, no Vampyros Lesbos, complete confidentiality, no police involvement, naked motorcycling, poorly disguised telephone repairmen, Junk (voice)Mails, and so much more!

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    Got a movie suggestion for the show, want to give your opinion on a movie we talked about or just want to tell us we suck? Drop us a line at JFDPodcast@gmail.com. Or leave us a voicemail: 347-746-JUNK (5865).

    Also, if you like the show, please take a minute and subscribe and/or comment on us on iTunes, Stitcher, Blubrry or Podfeed.net. We will die of thirst in the desert without your love and support.  

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    Dave Brockie, aka Oderus Urungus of GWAR, passed away a couple of days ago at 50. Needless to say, the JFD crew is bummed at this sad piece of Nerd News. As a dude who's favorite band has been GWAR ever since getting "Rag Na Rok" on CD for Christmas at 14, I (Parker) am totally bummed.

    Brockie is one of those dudes I've always found fascinating and heroic. He's a dude that decided one day, "You know? I'm gonna wear a rubber monster suit and play metal songs with my friends and that's what my life will be." And I fucking love that. GWAR's humorous use of violence and profanity as a means of mirroring societal evils is something that has influenced me in a big way. The Tipper Gore-esque idea that GWAR raping and killing a group of mutant penguins on stage was somehow more harmful to children than the real wars and real murders on the news every day was a cultural silliness we still deal with when more people are outraged that Miley Cyrus twerks than they are when our president bombs countries we've never even been taught about in school.

    GWAR recently pissed off the entire island of Australia after killing some effigies of their politicians on stage, so I guess they're used to it by now.

    Also, watching a group of punk rock space monsters rip apart zombie dinosaurs on stage is really, really fun.

    Anyway, here's the interview part of episode 33 where we talk about the GWAR movies, "Phallus in Wonderland," "Skulhedface" and "It's Sleazy." We also talk about the new (at the time) album "Bloody Pit of Horror." You can donloyd the full episode 33 if you wanna hear the whole episode and our reviews of the movies and stuff.

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    It's our fourth anniversary, Junkies! On this episode, we receive our bachelor's degrees in Cult Cinema. Except Sean. He's still working on his Associate's degree. For this intense occasion, we're joined by JFD OG, Mark Freado! Three JFD hosts is theoretically possible. But four is silly.

    We get into the saddest Nerd News we've ever had to deliver concerning the death of Dave "Oderus Urungus" Brockie of GWAR. After that, we forego DVD Chat to do a roundup of each of our Top 5 favorite and least favorite movies we've done on the show in the last year. As for the movie reviews, we summon 3 cult classics.

    First, the movie that helped make Bruce Lee a legend: 1973's "Enter the Dragon." Lee plays a martial artist who enters a fighting tournament to win back the honor of his crew. Also in the tournament are John Saxon ("A Nightmare on Elm Street") and Jim "The Dragon" Kelly. The flick is directed by Robert Clouse, of "Gymkata" "fame."

    Next, we watch Stanley Kubrik's 1968 classic "2001: A Space Odyssey." Scientists scour the universe trying to solve the mystery of suddenly emerging monoliths. What are the monoliths? Who made them? Why was HAL so angry? And how many heavy doobies does the film require?

    Finally, we check out one of the original Midnight Movies: David Lynch's 1977 film debut, "Eraserhead." Experimental, disturbing and absurd: Jack Nance deals with raising a mutant baby and men with weird levers living on other planets.

    All this plus witty banter between friends, heavy doobies, the kinds of dudes we have soft spots for, Mark and Parker Freaky Friday-ing, one Nerd News story, Simpsons did it, Nancy's Dad, birthday parties and so much more!


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    Got a movie suggestion for the show, want to give your opinion on a movie we talked about or just want to tell us we suck? Drop us a line at JFDPodcast@gmail.com. Or leave us a voicemail: 347-746-JUNK (5865).

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    This week, we do three flicks suggested by and voted on by the listeners!

    First, two slacker friends spend all their time planning for an apocalypse when they're hit with reality in 2011's "Bellflower," directed by, written by and starring Evan Glodell. This flick was shot for a measly $17,000 and has a beautiful and unique look to it. Also, flame throwers and stuff.

    Next, Jennifer Connelly is a young girl who can telepathically speak to insects. Needless to say, she teams up with Donald Pleasence and a lazer-guided chimp to catch a serial killer in Dario Argento's 1985 flick "Phenomena," aka "Creepers."

    Finally, Indonesian director Arizal brings us a tale of justice, revenge, explosions and almost being Sylvester Stallone in 1986's "The Stabilizer," released in the US by Troma.

    All this plus witty banter between friends, Nerd News, this week's DVD & blu-ray releases, brain damage as an accurate metaphor for a break up, complete confidentiality, no police involvement, the craziest deus machina ever, Donald Lloyd of the Junk Food Dinner Warehouse, Junk (voice)Mails, and so much more!

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    We're reviewing our 600th movie tonight. And that's cause for a special kind of show! This is going to be an audio commentary for the movie you, the JFD listeners, voted for: 1983's "Spring Break" directed by Sean S. Cunningham.

    So, warning: This is not our usual show. You're probably going to want to grab your copy of "Spring Break" and watch it along with us to get the most out of the episode. Or just listen. We're not your boss.

    We'll be back next week with 3 new movies, junk mails, Nerd News and all that jazz!

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    This week, we do three flicks suggested by and voted on by the listeners!

    First, two slacker friends spend all their time planning for an apocalypse when they're hit with reality in 2011's "Bellflower," directed by, written by and starring Evan Glodell. This flick was shot for a measly $17,000 and has a beautiful and unique look to it. Also, flame throwers and stuff.

    Next, Jennifer Connelly is a young girl who can telepathically speak to insects. Needless to say, she teams up with Donald Pleasence and a lazer-guided chimp to catch a serial killer in Dario Argento's 1985 flick "Phenomena," aka "Creepers."

    Finally, Indonesian director Arizal brings us a tale of justice, revenge, explosions and almost being Sylvester Stallone in 1986's "The Stabilizer," released in the US by Troma.

    All this plus witty banter between friends, Nerd News, this week's DVD & blu-ray releases, brain damage as an accurate metaphor for a break up, complete confidentiality, no police involvement, the craziest deus machina ever, Donald Lloyd of the Junk Food Dinner Warehouse, Junk (voice)Mails, and so much more!

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    Got a movie suggestion for the show, want to give your opinion on a movie we talked about or just want to tell us we suck? Drop us a line at JFDPodcast@gmail.com. Or leave us a voicemail: 347-746-JUNK (5865).


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    Junk Food Dinner pays tribute to American International Pictures on the 60th anniversary of their formation by discussing three very different AIP flicks!

    First up, we check out an early Roger Corman alien monster flick starring Lee Van Cleef, It Conquered the World, from 1956! This mysteriously-not-on-DVD cult classic is fondly remembered as one of the better episodes of MST3K, but is the bizarre traffic-cone shaped alien amusing enough without Joel’s commentary? Well, it does have mind-control bats.

    Next up, Larry “The Stuff” Cohen directs Fred “The Hammer” Williamson in an underrated blaxploitation gem - 1973’s Black Caesar! James Brown provides the funky soundtrack to this stylish and violent organized crime flick!

    Finally, we get sent to The Island of Dr. Moreau! This 1973 adaptation features Burt Lancaster, Michael York, and a whole host of weird looking humanimals - even that cute Hyena one. Stay tuned through the end for flaming tiger attacks. Also, we spoil the crap out of this one so if somehow that matters, be advised.

    All this plus witty banter between friends, Parker’s Monster Truck Party, Junk Mail Aplenty, Spanish-Language Neon Maniacs, Nerd Pubes, Killer Real Estate, Mind Control Bats, RuPaul’s Humanimal Drag Race and so much more!


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    Got a movie suggestion for the show, want to give your opinion on a movie we talked about or just want to tell us we suck? Drop us a line at JFDPodcast@gmail.com. Or leave us a voicemail: 347-746-JUNK (5865).

    Also, if you like the show, please take a minute and subscribe and/or comment on us on iTunes, Stitcher, Blubrry or Podfeed.net. We'll transform into hideous humanimals without your love, support, or barring that: a sudden twist ending.


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    Break out your heavy doobies, call in sick to work and celebrate 4/20 week with JFD as we take a look at three stoner-friendly flicks.

     Up first, we travel to Jamaica (home of the heaviest doobies) where Reggae star Jimmy Cliff plays Ivan, a country boy trying to make it in the big city. When his musical aspirations don't turn out like he planned, he turns to weed slinging and gun play and only after he's become a wanted fugitive does his music begin to resonate with the people of Jamaica in the 1972 midnight movie The Harder They Come.

     Then, a young nerd boards a room in an apartment with a group of college age stoners. When one of the potheads mail-orders a haunted bong, the roommates begin to die one by one (well actually they just travel to a strip club located inside the bong) and it's up to the nerd and his new girlfriend to save them in Evil Bong from 2006.

     Finally, we follow the exploits of a young drug dealer in Japan as he trips out, dies and comes back as a ghost in the insanely trippy, ulta colorful and hyper-stylized world of Enter the Void from 2009 directed by Gasper Noe.

     All this plus witty banter between friends, heavy doobie smoking, mellow tunes, Parker geeking out about Captain America, Nerd News, Blu-rays, giggling, coughing and so much more!

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    Get into it, Junkies. JFD is back! First up, a wealthy, hip LA couple offer a old friends, Pat Healy and Ethan Embry cash to do exceedingly terrible things in the black comedy from 2014, "Cheap Thrills."

    Next, Burt Reynolds is an aging, pill-popping stunt man in 1978's "Hooper." The flick is a semi-autobiographical story directed by Hal Needham ("Body Slam," "Megaforce") and co-stars Sally Field and Adam West.

    Finally, the Shaw Brothers bring us China's first superhero in 1975's "Super Inframan." When various underground monsters, demon princesses and skeleton men attack the Earth, only Inframan, a bio-mechanical wonder, can save us.

    All this plus witty banter between friends, monster confusion, Nerd News, Blu-rays, giggling, coughing and so much more!


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    Got a movie suggestion for the show, want to give your opinion on a movie we talked about or just want to tell us we suck? Drop us a line atJFDPodcast@gmail.com. Or leave us a voicemail: 347-746-JUNK (5865).

    Also, if you like the show, please take a minute and subscribe and/or comment on us on iTunes, Stitcher, Blubrry or Podfeed.net. Our eyes are as red as the devil's dick due to your love and support.


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    We've turned April into AIPril (did you see what we did there?) by paying tribute to American International Pictures once again with our Rebel Highway Theme Show! For those not in the know (which included us until recently), Rebel Highway was a 1994 series of 10 TV movie homages to AIP produced for Showtime by Debra Hill and the son of Samuel Z. Arkoff and directed by ten different genre directors.

    First up, we hit the road with Jenny Lewis, Holly Fields, Julie Bowen, and a very young Paul Rudd in Joe Dante's contribution to the series, Runaway Daughters! An amazingly solid roster of character actors bolster this tribute to the 1956 original, and Roger Corman puts in one of his more memorable on-screen appearances.

    Next up, Ralph Bakshi takes a rare break from animation to direct the fully live-action Cool and the Crazy starring a young Alicia Silverstone and Jared Leto, also from 1994. It also has a Blues Traveler song over the closing credits, so if you're a Blues Traveler completist you might really be into this.

    Finally, 1994's Shake, Rattle and Rock! rounds out the show! Allan Arkush directs this tribute to youthful rebellion and rock music. Some consider this to be the unofficial second sequel to Rock 'n' Roll High School, but everyone agrees that we reviewed it on the show this week.

    All this plus witty banter between friends, JFD’s Snacks Chat, Parent’s Actors, Sweet(man) Dreams, Wolf Police, Voicemail’s aplenty, Weird-ass Hypotheticals, the return of Walter Paisley and so much more!


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