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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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    Schlocktober continues this week with our tribute to the (mostly) classic horror anthology, Creepshow!

    Up first, George Romero directs a series of creepy tales penned by Stephen King in the original Creepshow from 1982. In this entry we get tales of zombies, human weeds, water logged lovers, razor-toothed apes and killer cockroaches with the acting talents of Tom Atkins, Ed Harris, Leslie Nielsen, Ted Danson, Hal Holbrook, Adrienne Barbeau, Fritz Weaver and E. G. Marshall.

    Then, five years later in 1987 New World Pictures continued the horror with Creepshow 2. This time directing credit goes to Michael Gornick with three more stories from Stephen King featuring revenge-seeking wooden Indians, killer oil slicks and persistent hitchhikers. Featuring performances from Tom Savini, George Kennedy, Paul Satterfield and Lois Chiles.

    Finally, and inexplicably, Creepshow returned (in name only) in 2006 with a new entry attempting, Creepshow 3 to cash in on the fans' love of the first two flicks. This time around we get some sub-par tales of evil remote controls, supernatural radios, killer hookers, mail order brides and haunted hot dogs. Ana Clavell and James Dudelson helm this ripoff with performances from Roy Abramsohn, AJ Bowen, Camille Lacey and Kris Allen.

    All this plus witty banter between friends, Twinkie talk, a discussion on what exactly "boba" is, the formation of the JFD band The Shadmocks, nerd news about glam rock icons trying to act, smelly vinyl records, upcoming DVD and blu-ray releases, a Wesley Willis song and so much more.

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    I actually saw more than 10 films this year. Below is my summation of 10 of the most memorable:

    10. Blue Jasmine:
    Depending on how folks feel about creepy, neurotic perverts as directors, there’s a good chance that many people avoided Woody Allen’s latest effort on virtue of Allen himself. I get that. The moment I heard that there was possibly some creep working the line at the Oreo factory, I immediately threw away all 15 bags of Oreos I had stored and then I dusted my hands of the once excellent sandwich cookie. Seeing as I don’t particularly care about Allen’s messed up private life, I was able to enjoy Blue Jasmine and all the performances of the actors therein, even Andrew Dice Clay.

    9. Star Trek Into Darkness:
    I was originally going to pick The Great Gatsby as my #9, but I looked forward to that movie for almost two years, and it didn’t really deliver, even in Baz Luhrman’s usual over-the-top inanity. Yet, somehow, I’m totally okay replacing that crazy piece of work with the rebooted Star Trek sequel. I guess we’ll just chalk up this replacement to Benedict Cumberbatch being Kahn in the film.

    8. Pain & Gain:
    Typically, I don’t go for Michael Bay films, and not because I have any personal grudge against the guy. Sure, I could reject his films because he’s a misogynist creep who likely has done way worse stuff than Woody Allen, as far as directors’ personal lives go, but I instead judge the quality of his other films, like Transformers and Transformer Deuce. Michael Bay does not usually make good films, nor can many of his compiled images pass for any loose definition of a movie. But here we are, talking about his film Pain & Gain. It’s based on a true story about a kidnapping gone wrong in Miami, and Bay, or whoever was really in charge of everything, did a great job of showing the struggle for money to buy into the American Dream, and shows just how drab that materialism reveals itself to be. It’s expressive, engaging, and cohesive, which I would expect from people like the Coen Bros., but is easily comes off as impressive from Bay’s usual garbage.

    7. Spring Breakers:
    Something again about being in Florida and doing dirty shit to buy into the American Dream, but this time with jaded college girls and James Franco as a rap artist. It’s a bit too heavy with symbolism in parts, but a must-see for anyone who want to hear Franco creepily whisper “Spring breaaaaak” at eight different points over two hours.

    6. The Place Beyond the Pines:
    Ryan Gosling is a shifty carney that still comes off as attractive while pulling off a string of bank heists. Bradley Cooper is the unsexy cop who crosses his path. They both have kids who grow up to be miserable, totally unlikeable teenagers. This movie provides enough focus on each of the four characters to get its point across. Also, I kept misremembering the film title as “A Place Beyond the Valley of the Pines.”

    5. This is the End:
    It’s another Evan Goldberg & Seth Rogen film, and like their earlier film, Superbad, they take to Judd Apatow’s technique of not editing for time, but unlike Apatow’s films, This is the End remains funny when I think about it. There’s a weird dedication to the Rapture that at times feels a bit too serious, but often gets diffused by one of many, many, MANY dick jokes. Goldberg & Rogen obviously love dick jokes.

    4. Mud:
    This movie is about young kids growing up in rural areas and trying to fight for romanticism as their worlds turn to crap. It’s subdued and is kind of charming in how earnest the two pre-teen boys are in their efforts. Plus, Matthew McConaughey continues his phoenix-like rise of doing excellent work after years of being an aloof handsome lead in rom-coms, and Reese Witherspoon gives it her usual try that is not her in the film Election (She’s so good in Election, seriously go watch that for why she still gets a pass).

    3. The World’s End:
    The last of Edgar Wright’s Cornetto Trilogy, The World’s End capitalizes on best friends against seemingly endless hoards, just like in Sean of the Dead and Hot Fuzz. There’s a severe difference in the best friends’ relationship during this film and especially at the end from the previous two films. While the film doesn’t parody or pay homage to a particular film genre as obviously as the other aforementioned films do to zombie-horror and cop-action films respectively, the film doesn’t need those aspects to remain enjoyable.

    2. 12 Years a Slave:
    This film is a total bummer and all the white people, even Benedict Cumberbatch, in it turn out to be a total asshole (except for Brad Pitt, who was also and Executive Producer on the film), but holy Hell, is this film ever well done. Steve McQueen somehow discovered excellent visual language and pacing while also blending subtle sound work. I haven’t seen something so complete and take successful chances in any other film from the past few years. And even though it is so soul crushing, McQueen manages an uplifting ending. How is there an uplifting ending on a film based upon a book of horrific autobiographical events, also titled 12 Years a Slave? Again, McQueen is incredibly capable.

    1. Pacific Rim: I think I’ve loved everything Guillermo del Toro has done, and Pacific Rim is no exception. Del Toro does his usual mind bending work of creating wholly believable and stylish abnormal experiences and makes them appear within reach of our own world. It is a great tribute to Kaiju films (even lending the name as a catch-all reference of large beasts in the film) and mecha films while seeming completely unique. The way the large mechs, also known as Jaegers, operate makes for great relationship dynamics, and everyone is so fun to watch- Idris Elba, Rinko Kikuchi, Charlie Day, and even Charlie Hunnam. My only complaint would be that Ron Perlman needed more screen time, but that’s my complaint for every film that features Ron Perlman. This film is some of the most fun I’ve had at the movies in a long time.


    Jason "Razorman Frisman" Frisbie is the co-host of Pool Party Radio and has recently finished his apprenticeship to become @Sawfan667.

    In the next week, JFD's Kevin, Sean and Parker (and maybe more Friends of JFD) will be posting their Top 10 Movies of 2013. Check 'em out!


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  • 12/30/13--17:05: JFD's January Schedule!
  • Hey, Junkies! We're kicking off 2014 in a big way! On JFD194, we'll be listing our Top (and Bottom) movies of 2013 and then doing full reviews for some cool movies from the past year that may (or may not) be in our Top lists. Also, we're (finally) taking the advice of the hundreds of thousands of people who've mentioned it to us: We're doing a theme show around '90s techno thrillers about how evil the internet and technology was. We've also got some groovy guest hosts who've accepted our offer of a smoke and a pancake.

    JFD194: 2013 in Review Theme Show

    • +1 (2013)
    • Escape from Tomorrow (2013)
    • The Rambler (2013)
    JFD195: Scary '90s Internet/Technology Theme Show
    • Ghost in the Machine (1993)
    • Brainscan (1994)
    • The Net (1995)
    JFD196 w/ guest Mark Freado (of Kissing Contest)
    • Demon of the Lute (1983)
    • Basket Case 2 (1990)
    • Zapped Again (1990)
    JFD197: w/ guests Sawyer and Doan (of Kissing Contest)
    • Gas Pump Girls (1979)
    • Wildest Dreams (1990)
    • Miracle Beach (1992)

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    We're still knee-deep in Schlocktober and this week, we're grabbing our quad-barrel shotgun and jumping in our Hemi-Cuda to follow the Tall Man.

    First, Mike and his friend are hunting The mysterious Tall Man across the west, but only finding the ghost towns he leaves in his wake in 1988's "Phantasm 2."

    Next, It's more of the same cat and mouse game in 1994's "Phantasm III: The Lord of the Dead." Now Reggie has a rag tag team of ghoul-killers, including a little kid (Of course.)

    Finally, blood and guts turns into trippy surreality in "Phantasm IV: Oblivion" from 1998.

    All this plus witty banter between friends, Podcat Bro Meet Up Chat, the weirdest ghost Busters fan, remaking old scripts, smelly vinyl records, upcoming DVD and blu-ray releases and so much more.


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    Well, it’s finally happened, Junk Food Junkies! Our final week of Schlocktober is an extra historic episode this week as all three of your JFD hosts are recording without the benefit of Internet anonymity! It’s an in-person JFD episode, recorded live from a garage in East LA (lock the gates!) with none other than the Razor-man himself, Jason “Cumulus” Frisbie of Pool Purdy Radio fame, (un)fresh from the 9th Annual Horrorthon at the Aero Theatre in Santa Monica! Lack of sleep and a complete non-lack of the heaviest doobies collide with Listener Beers and we get so turnt while reviewing these Halloween flicks. It’s the spoopiest, creepiest episode of JFD yet!

    First up, we’re drowning in slasher cliches in Steve Miner’s soggy sequel, Halloween H20: 20 Years Later from 1998! Michael Myers is back, you say? Jamie Lee Curtis returns and is joined by newcomers, Michelle Williams, Josh Hartnett, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, and LL Cool J. Look out for a misplaced tribute to Psycho with Janet Leigh!

    Next, the Halloween series is revived yet again with Halloween: Resurrection from 2002, directed by Rick Rosenthal! You’ll never believe it, but Michael Myers is back (despite that pesky decapitation). Jamie Lee Curtis appears alongside Tyra Banks and Busta Rhymes in this more experimental, Information Superhighway Themed ode to cyberspace slasherdom. Also, humans are the real aliens (spoiler).

    Finally, we’ve done it. We’ve watched Robert Zombie’s remake, Halloween from 2007. Set in an indistinct time period and chock full of Zombie’s naked wife, this song features multiple sequences with Don’t Fear the Reaper on the soundtrack. Malcom McDowell plays a hippie who just wants to meet a kid (aka Dr. Loomis), and the rest of the cast is populated by an unbelievable roster of cult character actors, including Brad Dourif, William Forsythe, Richard Lynch, Udo Kier, Clint Howard, Danny Trejo, Bill Moseley, Dee Wallace, Ken Foree, Sybil Danning, Sid Haig, Courtney Gains, Kazu Nagahama and more!

    All this plus the wittiest real-time banter between friends, no Skype weirdness whatsoever, tons of off-mic shenanigans, Oatmeal-Fu, burps, Staying Up All Night Doing That Homework, chilling in H-towns, Pointy-Ass Klaus Kinski, Super Sentais, french grandpas, monster deans, The Return of the Hubba Bubba, sneezes, boogers and so much more!

    Thanks again to Gene Siskel’s BaldingHead for the brewskis!
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  • 11/02/14--15:23: November Schedule!
  • Gobble Gobble, motherfuckers! Schlocktober is over, but rest assured: JFD is bringing you all the stuffing you turkeys need in November! Here's the schedule!

    JFD237: 2014 Week!

    • Automata (2014)
    • Blue Ruin (2014)
    • Guardians of the Galaxy (2014)
    JFD238: 2014 Week: Part 2!
    • Call Girl of Cthulu (2014)
    • Horns (2014)
    • WolfCop (2014)
    JFD239 Randomizer 5000: Part 5!
    • ???
    • ???
    • ???
    JFD240 700th Movie/Audio Commentary!
    • Vote Now! (upper left corner)

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    Welp, Halloween season's over, butthorns, and as 2014 starts winding down JFD calls upon foundingmember Mark Freado Jr to join us to examine some flicks from the past year. 

    Up first, up-and-coming direct Jeremy Saulnier weaves a tale about a Virginia man, Dwight (Macon Blair), who has become a vagrant after the murder of his parents. But when he gets the news that the man responsible for their deaths is released from prison, Dwight goes into full revenge mode in Blue Ruin.

    Then, it's not often that JFD tackles one of the biggest films of the year, but in the case of Guardians of the Galaxy, it was too good to be ignored. Director James Gunn (Slither, Super) brings a culty vibe to this comic book tale about a space loser (Chris Pratt) and his gang of misfits who are trying to transport a valuable orb across the cosmos.

    Finally, Spanish director Gabe Ibáñez mixes a bit of Blade Runner and a dash of District 9, to create a futuristic tale where where the human population has dwindled and relies on robots to do the work once done by humans. But when Antonio Banderas discovers that the robots may be self-aware, he goes on a quest to protect mankind in Autómata.

    All this plus witty banter between friends, Halloween regrets, low milk, Junk Mail, video mix tapes, Nerd News, DVD & Blu-ray releases, touching stories, Freado's ever-present Skype noise, Buzz from Home Alone, condoms stretched over pineapples and so much more.

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    Hey, Junkies! This week, we continue checking out the delights of 2014 cinema with three more new movies.

    First up, Daniel Radcliffe (Harry Potter) is a young man who's dealing with the fact that everyone in town thinks he killed his girlfriend in "Horns." Things get way worse, or maybe better, when he begins to get Satan-like in appearance. The flick is directed by Alexandre Aja (High Tension, Piranha 3D) and based on a book by Joe Hill (Stephen King's son).

    Next, the team that brought us The WNUF Halloween Special return with their Kickstarter-funded "Call Girl of Cthulu." A young nerd and his prostitute love interest run afoul of a cult that worships ancient alien gods and need the Necronomicon to summon them. Or something. Get ready for Deep Ones and things that are Unamable.

    Finally, a drunk cop is turned into a werewolf as a part of a nefarious plan. "Wolf Cop" is directed by Lowell Dean and is a throw-back to a time when cops were sometimes monsters. Literally, we mean. Not the kind of monsters they are now.

    All this plus witty banter between friends, Parker's return, low milk, Junk Mail, GWAR stories, Nerd News, DVD & Blu-ray releases, a bad Austin Powers voice, The Brain redux and so much more.


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  • 11/21/14--16:36: December Schedule!
  • Hey, Junkies! Break out the Egg Nog and fire up the yule log, cuz we're reaching X-Mass Effect! Here's our December calendar. There's no show the last week of December, but there may be a special treat in your stocking instead.

    JFD241

    • Lionheart (1990)
    • Paprika (2006)
    • The Guest (2014)
    JFD242: Mary Xmas! (Mary Woronov Theme)
    • Sugar Cookies (1973)
    • Hollywood Blvd. (1976)
    • The Living End (1992)
    JFD242: Merry Xmas! (Christmas Theme)
    • Female Trouble (1974)
    • The Monster's Christmas (1981)
    • Space Station 76 (2014)
    JFD218: The Lost Episode!
    • Kingdom of the Spiders (1977)
    • Curse of the Blue Lights (1988)
    • 3 Ninjas: High Noon at Mega Mountain (1998)

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    We knew the day would come where we would have to face off with the vaunted Randomizer 5000 once again, we just didn't expect it would be so soon. Yet, that day is here. Brace yourself, Junk Food Junkies - the Randomizer's wrath has no reprieve!

    First up, we burrow into Sean's own personal insectoid nightmares with the ghoulish and ghastly Centipede Horror (aka Wu Gong Zhou) from 1982! This early CAT-III flick is one of the crazier Hong Kong bugsploitation movies, as that's really saying something. Maybe don't eat a heavy meal before this one, guys.

    Next, things go from bad to worse with everyone's favorite funnyman, Adam Sandler, in 1989's Going Overboard! A pre-SNL/pre-fame/pre-funny Sandler somehow landed the lead role in this boat-bound "comedy", including surprising (until you read this) cameos from Billy Zane and Milton Berle! Cats will be slapped.

    Lastly, we travel to a subtitle-free zone in South Korea for 1990's Dragon Ball: Fight Son Goku, Win Son Goku, an unofficial Korean live-action remake of the original Dragon Ball series. There's a whole lot of awkward touching, and then Gamera shows up to bite some dude's dick. Is this really a kids movie?

    All this plus friendly banter between wits, the live results of our JFD 700th Movie Commentary poll, Kevin's Wild and Woolly Video Voyages, Parker's Adventures Throughout the Lucha Underground, Sean's Traumatic Insectoid History, a traffic jam of movie releases, Nerd News, our Junky DVD picks for the week, the latest Vine critiques, Double Sheens, listener calls and Junk Mails, sneezes, boogers and so much more!


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    Can you believe we have reviewed 700 goddamn movies on Junk Food Dinner?! We can't, but apparently we have. So, as is our tradition with every 100th movie watched, we are doing a full-length audio commentary for a movie you, the JFD listening audience, voted on; Ice Cream Man from 1995 starring Clint Howard (Evilspeak) and directed by Paul Norman (Edward Penishands, Sperm Bitches).

    WARNING: This is not a typical episode of Junk Food Dinner. This is an audio commentary. This episode is meant to be listened to while you watch Ice Cream Man. If you try to listen to this episode and you are not watching Ice Cream Man along with us, a lot of this will not make any sense.

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    It's dream machines, dreamboats and dream fights tonight, Junkies!

    First, Jean Claude Van Damme quits the French Foreign Legion when he hears his brother has been murdered. This leads to a bizarre underground fighting tournament and some very soggy leotards in "Lionheart" from 1990. The movie was written and directed by frequent JCVD collaborator Sheldon Lettich ("Double Impact," "Bloodsport").

    Next, Satoshi Kon ("Perfect Blue") directs the beautiful and trippy 2006 anime "Paprika," about a scientific machine that enables psychologists to enter their patients' dreams. the film is often cited as being the unoficial source material for "Inception."

    Finally, a young soldier visits the family of his dead comrade in Adam Wingard's "The Guest," from 2014. Is this soldier who he says he is? The family is suspicious. You won't be, though, because (BEWARE!) we spoil the whole damn thing!

    All this, Nerd News, DVDs, Sweet Mans and 74 other things!

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    Ho, Ho, Hot Mama! Mary Xmas, everyone! It's the most wonderful time of the year, where your three Junk Food Dinner hosts gather around the fireplace, break out the eggnog, and reflect fondly on three films starring JFD Hall of Famer, Mary Woronov. It's our first ever Mary Xmas theme show!

    First up, we take a bite out of 1973's Sugar Cookies! This sleazy softcore thriller was written by a pre-Troma Lloyd Kaufman, was produced by Oliver Stone, and has a lot of boobs in it!

    Next, we take a stroll down 1976's Hollywood Boulevard! Fresh out of the Roger Corman school of hard knocks, a very young Joe Dante teams up with a similarly youthful Allan Arkush to make an ultra-low-budget send-up of ultra-low-budget filmmaking! Woronov, Bartel, Miller and all your favorite from Corman's gang make appearances.

    Lastly, we hit the road with the cast of 1992's The Living End! The directorial debut of Gregg Arakki, this hard-edged entry in New Queer Cinema doesn't feature a whole lot of Woronov, but it does feature Mike's Hockey Burger.

    All this plus friendly banter between wits, Nerd News, The Lynn Lowry / Dark Crystal Connection, our Junky DVD picks for the week, weekly Kevin Smith updates, shiftless artist layabout types, Listener Junk Mail, sneezes, boogers and so much more!


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    Merry Christmas, from your pals at Junk Food Dinner! This week, we get into the holiday spirit with three films loosely centered around the season.

    Up first, Divine plays Dawn Davenport, a high school delinquent who gets so upset that she doesn't get a pair of cha cha heels for Christmas that she runs away from home, gets knocked up, shacks up with a hair dresser and becomes the subject of crime-based photography in John Waters' campy classic Female Trouble from 1974.

    Then, Patrick Wilson, Liv Tyler, Marisa Coughlan and Jerry O'Connell are crew members are crew members on a futuristic, yet retro space station. They struggle with relationships, loneliness and celebrate Christmas in Jack Plotnick's stylish space drama/comedy Space Station 76 from 2014.

    Finally, we travel to New Zealand, where a little girl befriends monsters and battles a witch in order to get all the monsters' voices back in the insanely surreal 1981 made-for-tv holiday special The Monster's Christmas.

    All this plus witty banter between friends, Nerd News, incorrect predictions about the future of The Interview, our Junky DVD picks for the week, Aerosmith jokes, anticipation of Clayton Miller DVDs, kangaroos with boxing gloves and so much more!

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  • 12/19/14--15:34: JFD's January Schedule!
  • We're ringing in 2015 as usual with no police involvement and with complete confidentiality! The first show of the New Year is when we're gonna do our Top Movies of 2014 lists and may even feature a review of the ever-mysterious "Clayton Millers No Shit 2012" you've heard so much about.

    JFD243: Happy Nude Year!

    • Driller (1984)
    • New Wave Hookers (1985)
    • In Search of the Perfect 10 (1986)
    JFD244
    • Two-Lane Blacktop (1971)
    • Super Chick (1973)
    • Scotland, PA (2001)
    JFD245
    • Five Element Ninja (1982)
    • Terminal City Ricochet (1990)
    • Joe's Apartment (1996)
    JFD246
    • Firecracker (1981)
    • Fatal Games (1984)
    • Meridian (1990)

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    This is it! The fabled "lost episode" of Junk Food Dinner!

    First up, it's up to William Shatner to stop tarantulas from taking over a small Arizona town in 1977's "Kingdom of the Spiders."This flick was made before cgi or PETA, so be prepared for lots of people crushing lots of real ass spiders.

    Next, a group of teens goes out to a local make-out spot that may or may not be haunted. Spoiler alert: It's haunted. "Curse of the Blue Lights," from 1988.

    Finally, we take on bizarre late 90s nostalgia as we watch the fourth 3 Ninjas movie: "3 Ninjas: High Noon at Mega Mountain." The kid ninjas get Die Harded at an amusement, where they join up with Hulk Hogan to take out dominatrix Lonnie Anderson and a sword-fighting Jim Varney.

    All this plus witty banter between friends, out-dated Nerd News, the Sweetman, our Junky DVD picks for the week, Kevin Smith musings, previews of episodes that happened a long time ago, turning down TV offers and so much more!

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    Strap it on. Doan and Sawyer from Kissing Contest join us to talk about three flicks that could only be enjoyed by sweet boys, pleasant fellows or hard ass men.

    First, a California slacker played by Dean Cameron ("Rockula," "Summer School") finds a sexy genie, played by Ami Dolenz ("Ticks," "Demolition University") and uses his wishes to party and seduce modestly successful actresses of debatable attractiveness in 1992's "Miracle Beach."

    Next,a different nerd finds a different sexy genie and uses his wishes to find true love in 1990's "Wildest Dreams." Directed by soft core sleaze-miester Chuck Vincent and starring X-rated ladies Veronica Hart and Tracey Adams.

    Finally, a group of sexy teens take over their sick uncles' gas station in 1979's "Gas Pump Girls." Somehow, they manage to turn the place around, despite spending all their time dancing, singing and making sexual double entendres.

    All this plus witty banter between friends, Nerd News, this week's DVD and blu-ray releases, speculation on who might be secret cops, complete confidentiality, The SweetMan, Mike Dikk ghoul secrets, The Memphis Maniac, Sean's grim adventures and so much more!


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    With the world deeply entrenched in what can only be described as a severe outbreak of Holiday Fever, it makes sense that other podcasters haven't had the time or fortitude to produce a new episode on this New Year's Week. And while it is true that your charming hosts are currently enjoying the holidays in a serene, secluded, secretive island retreat with absolutely no cannibals and/or zombies, unable to record a new show - they've also devised a clever approach to maintain a steady output of Junk Food Dinner branded content for your listening enjoyment. This episode has been carefully tailored to suit the discriminating tastes of the most refined JFD connoisseurs.

    So it's come to this: a Junk Food Dinner clip show. This week on Junk Food Dinner Rewind: a carefully curated collection of the finest Face to Face chats, and three classic JFD reviews culled from the vaults. Rumor has it this episode makes excellent background noise for your New Year's Eve parties, kids.

    First up! Fresh from the movie theater, we discuss the Fede Alvarez directed remake/reboot Evil Dead from 2013. This new version gained a lot of buzz before its release for promising to remain true to the spirit of the original and deliver an onslaught of practical gore effects. Does it live up to the hype? You'll have to tune in to find out, unless you've heard this one before.

    Up next, while the Nazis get all the ghoulish attention, The Men Behind the Sun from 1988 shows that the Japanese were up to some serious ghoulish shit during World War II as well.. This Chinese film tells the tale of Squadron 731, a prison camp where Japanese soldiers and scientists commit gruesome atrocities against prisoners. This flick also earns bonus ghoul points for using real cadavers and animal cruelty. And this review earns double bonus ghoul points for featuring guest reviewer The Memphis Maniac!

    Finally, puppet creatures throw a birthday party for their pillow in the 2012 kids flick The Oogieloves in the Big Balloon Adventure. Despite hot stars like Christopher Lloyd and Cloris Leachman, this movie broke the record for biggest financial bomb in history. It's a film that creates wounds that may never heal in some men.

    All this plus witty banter between friends, witty banter between Freados, zero Nerd Newsies, no week's DVD & blu-ray releases, absolute confidentiality, continued lack of police involvement, robot voices, musical interludes, sneezes, belches, gleeks and a little bit more!


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    Happy New Year, Junkies! Or should we say Happy NUDE Year!

    To ring in 2015, we take a look at our top 5 favorite (and our least favorite) films of 2014. Did your favorite movie of the past year make the cut? Tune in to find out.

    Then we get pervy with three retro skin flicks! Up first, we take a look at one of the most popular and controversial porno movies of the 80's as we examine Gregory Dark's New Wave Hookers from 1985. This adult feature showcases the talents of Ginger Lynn, Desiree Lane, Jamie Gillis, Jack Baker and in the original version an underage Traci Lords.

    Then, we take a softer look at the nubile females of Hollywood with another Gregory Dark flick, In Search of the Perfect 10 from 1986. In this late-nite cable romp Andy Nichols travels around L.A. looking for the perfect set of boobs and encounters the likes of Michelle Bauer, Terri Lynn Peake. Venus DeLight and once again, the very funny Jack Baker.

    Finally, what happens when you combine the music and special effects of Michael Jackson's Thriller music video with hardcore sex and terrible ADR? You get Driller from 1984, directed by Joyce James and starring Taija Rae, Mr. J and Dick Howard.

    All this plus witty banter between friends, masturbation talk, wrestling chat, weird Junk Mail, bad jokes about Ichi The Killer and so much more! 

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    Hey, Junkies! It's that time of year again: Sci Fi Ebruary! So grab your Gene Roddenberry-autographed pocket protector and get ready to philosophize about aliens and robots and outer space. We'll also be celebrating our 250th episode this month, so we made sure to pack a doozy of a theme show in for that.

    Give us a nice rating or review on iTunes if you like what you see here, or just tell one of your friends who works at NASA to give us a listen!

    JFD247: Body Snatchers Week

    • Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1956)
    • Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1978)
    • Body Snatchers (1993)
    JFD248: Aliens Week
    • The Queen of Outer Space (1958)
    • Xtro (1983)
    • The Hidden (1987)
    JFD249: Time Travel Week
    • The Time Machine (1960)
    • Timemaster (1995)
    • Timecrimes (2007)
    JFD250: Planet of the Apes Week
    • Beneath the Planet of the Apes (1970)
    • Escape from the Planet of the Apes (1971)
    • Conquest of the Planet of the Apes (1972)

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