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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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    Enjoy yourself this week! Kissing Contest's The Producer is in the JFD studios this week, because Sean's out living in a spaghetti western.

    First, Max Rockatansky returns (now played by Tom Hardy) after 3 decades to race across the Wasteland in "Mad Max: Fury Road." Creator George Miller returns to turn his tiny Ozploitation story into a huge blockbuster event.

    Then, a documentary about one of Hollywood's unsung heroes in 2013's "Supermensch: The Legend of Shep Gordon." Mike Myers (the "Wayne's World" one) co-directs this talking head doc about Alice Cooper's manager.

    Finally, a DJ gets tasked with an assassination in 2012's "Bring Me the Head of the Machine Gun Woman." It's Chilean grindhouse nostalgia meets video game obsession.

    All this, plus junk mails, DVDs, Face to Face Chat, Anna Kendrick Chat, Riverboat Gamblers Chat, Doan's fanbase of children, LeBron pride, and so much more.


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    Leave us an iTunes review, or send a voicemail or tell all your friends to listen. Be a bud!


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    Oh boy, those Junk Food Dinner guys are at it again. This time, we pay tribute to our beloved t-shirt designer Paul by reviewing three of his favorite flicks! We talk bad guys, metal snakes, and undermined bad-assery - it's a live one.

    Up first, we travel to the Hyborian Age, where Brigitte Nielsen and Arnold Schwarzenegger exchange sexy glances while questing across the countryside to destroy a sacred talisman. It's Red Sonja from 1985!

    Next! We celebrate a day of birth by watching a night full of death, as Canadian teens get picked off one by one by a mysterious killer. It's Happy Birthday to Me from director J. Lee Thompson!

    Finally, we hit up the world-famous Japanese art galleries of Salt Lake City, where secret American ninjas conspire to smuggle heroin into our nation. It's Revenge of the Ninja from Cannon Films!

    All this plus witty banter between friends, fans of right angles, black leather gloves, soda can trashbags, Nerd News and This Week in DVD, hot tub nipples, absolute confidentiality, continued lack of police involvement, sneezes, belches, gleeks and a whole lot 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 achieve t-shirt immortality with your love and support.

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    Yeah, yeah, we know the internet is filled to the fuckin' brim with dudes in their 30's waxing nostalgic about the goofy shit they loved when they were children, but that's not going to stop us from dedicating an entire episode to movies based on classic kids franchises from the 80's and 90's. Because, let's face it, despite their popularity these flicks are just as weird as many of the underground cult flicks we discuss normally.

    Up first, we take a look at Masters of the Universe from 1987. Cult film stalwarts Cannon Films obtained the rights to this massively popular toy line and sunk a shit-load of money into its big screen adaptation. However, strange deviations from the source material, wooden performances from Dolph Lundgren and Courteney Cox and an all around silly plot left a lot of kids dissapointed. Does it hold up on its own merits nearly 30 years later? Listen to find out.

    Next, there's probably not a single person listening to this episode who wasn't geeked as fuck when the omnipresent cultural icons Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles made their live-action big screen debut in 1990. With costumes by Jim Henson and more catch phrases than you can shake a piece of pizza at, this movie was every kid's wet dream come true. And it has Corey Feldman in it!

    And finally, while it was a little after our time, many listeners slightly younger than us likely hold Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie from 1995 in the same nostalgic regard as the other two films. This one concerns a group of teens who have supernatural powers that they use to defeat an evil, wise-cracking entity that this threatening to destroy their leader and brainwash all the adults in town.

    All this plus witty banter between friends, puppy chat, evading jury duty, angry New Jerseyans, sad Nerd News, blu-rays you're never gonna buy, nostalgic musings, action figure remembrance 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 can defeat Skeletor, Shredder and Ivan Ooze with your love and support.


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  • 06/10/15--22:13: Pick our 800th movie!
  • Hey, teenagers! It's that time again. Our 800th movie watched for the show is coming around in the first week of August. As always, we need YOU to vote on what that movie should be. If you can't remember last time we did this, we will be devoted an entire episode to whatever movie is chosen and doing a full audio commentary for the movie. It's like you'll be watching the movie with us, but we won't be in your house drinking your soda and hitting on your mom.

    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).

    Here are the choices, Junkies!





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    Bigfoot. Sasquatch. Yeti. Bigfeetsman. No matter what you call him, JFD's got him!

    First, Joi Lansing and John Carradine go toe-to-toe with the creature in 1970s's "Bigfoot."

    Next, a professor and his students get slashed up by a sasquatch in "Night of the Demon" from 1980.

    Finally, John Lithgow welcomes a friendly Bigfoot into his family in "Harry & the Hendersons."

    All this plus witty banter between friends, cat chat, the love of LeBron, President Jerry Brown, sad Nerd News (probably), blu-rays, nostalgic musings, Sean digging the hole deeper, Grumpy Cat 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 can defeat Skeletor, Shredder and Ivan Ooze with your love and support.


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    It's July, Junkies! That can only mean two things: Sweatiness and Ghoul Summer! We've got a couple of normal shows at the beginning of the month, then two full weeks of the nasty stuff! We'll be joined by Ghoul Zero, leader of the American Ghoul Movement, Mike Dikk from Kissing Contest and newborn baby ghoul Katie ROTS from Rotten Rantings for those episodes.

    One of those episodes will be brought to you by the Randomizer 5000. Meaning, we'll each pick a handful of movie choices and 3 will be picked at random. We'll be doing that a week or two before on an episode and maybe we'll post them before hand. But maybe not cuz just reading the titles will probably make you throw up like four times.

    It's gonna be gross!

    JFD269

    • Viy (1967)
    • Sex & Fury (1973)
    • Meet the Feebles (1989)
    JFD270:
    • Fight for your Life (1977)
    • I Stand Alone (1998)
    • ??? (??)
    JFD271: Ghoul Summer: Randomizer Edition w/ Mike Dikk
    • ??? (??)
    • ??? (??)
    • ??? (??)
    JFD272: Ghoul Summer w/ Katie ROTS
    • Men Behind the Sun 2 (1992)
    • Inside (2007)
    • Human Centipede 3 (2015)

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    Well, we made it. Even a perilous trip down the Amazon river can’t stop Junk Food Dinner (cue the pan flutes). It was a wild ride, but we’ve survived. This week, we follow a varied group of various weirdos through a variety of films!

    Up first, we finally get some Werner Herzog onto the show with 1972’s Aguirre, The Wrath of God! The first of Herzog’s to feature Klaus Kinski, this recreation of a historical journey made by Conquistadors through the Peruvian Jungle was an early hit on the midnight movie circuit, and features plenty of monkeys.

    Next! We flash back to 1988 Los Angeles, where John Cusack and Tim Robbins are an odd couple of guys with a single passion: to make very silly music videos. It’s got stop-motion chicken wings! It’s Tapeheads!

    Finally, we take a stroll over to Sean’s neck of the woods for the under-seen romantic slice-of-weirdo-life comedy Hold Me Thrill Me Kiss Me from 1992! This low-profile indie flick captures a time and a place where it was still appropriate to have a Pixies song on your soundtrack!

    All this plus witty banter between friends, people who are pretty chill about video games, headcolds, Nerd News and This Week in DVD, mucinex fever dreams, downloadable content, dick slammer, more skype noise than normal, polls and tallies, absolute confidentiality, continued lack of police involvement, sneezes, belches, gleeks and a whole lot 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. Your love and support: that’s how you get us.

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    We celebrate all the fathers out there this week with three big-budget 70's DAD-saster flicks! Ask your dad about these movies. I bet he loves 'em.

    Up first, we have The Poseidon Adventure from 1972. Leslie Nielsen captains a luxury ship having a New Year's Eve bash out on the high seas. But when giant waves cause the ship to capsize, killing almost everyone on board, it's up to a fiery preacher (Gene Hack-Man) to rally the star-studded cast of survivors (Ernest Borgnine, Shelley Winters, Red Buttons, Roddy McDowall, the grandpa from Willy Wonka, etc) and climb to safety. [Parodied in MAD Magazine as "The Poopsidedown Adventure"]

    Next, things get shaky as we take a look at Earthquake from 1974. When 'the big one' finally hits California, it causes mass destruction; crumbled buildings, fucked up roads and dead bodies everywhere. George Kennedy plays a gruff but kind-hearted cop who tries to keep the peace, while Chuck Heston tries to rescue his wife (Ava Gardner) and his mistress (Geneviève Bujold). Throw in appearances by Richard Roundtree as an Evel Knievel-type stuntman and Walter Matthau as the saddest, drunkest pimp/clowns you'll ever see and you've got quite the spectacle.

    Finally, the biggest, most expensive and certainly the fucking LONGEST 70's DAD-saster flick, The Towering Inferno from 1974. Remember The Poseidon Adventure? Well, how about instead of a luxury boat it's in a luxury skycraper? This time it's up to Paul Newman and Steve McQueen to save another group of rich people from their ultimate demise from a rapidly spreading fire. Another ensemble cast including William Holden, Faye Dunaway, Fred Astaire, Robert Wagner and a pre-murder Orenthal James Simpson.

     All this plus witty banter between friends, disaster flicks through the ages, voicemails with singing, Nerd News and This Week in Blu-ray, a lesson in thrash, downloadable content, dad memories, more skype noise than normal, polls and tallies, absolute confidentiality, continued lack of police involvement (some firefighter involvement this week, though), sneezes, belches, gleeks and a whole lot 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 can survive any disaster with your love and support.

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  • 10/02/14--03:18: JFD232: The Howling 2, 3, 4
  • Schlocktober starts now, Junkies! This is JFD's annual celebration of everything spoopy and creppy. You voted on the movies we'll do for this year's Autumn Harvest and it all starts with our "The Howling" theme show! Check out the episode where we did the original Here.

    First, Reb Brown ("Space Mutiny") and Christopher Lee ("Dracula") travel to Transylvania (for some reason) to hunt down a mysterious cult of sexy S&M werewolves lead by Sybil Danning ("Chained Heat"). Directed by Philippe Mora and based on the novel by the original film's creator, this is "The Howling 2: Your Sister is a Werewolf."

    Next, director Philippe Mora returns with an all new cast of characters and a storyline not related to the first two in any way! In "The Howling 3: The Marsupials," a filmmaker falls in love with an Australian girl who is actually a marsupial werewolf!

    Finally, director John Hough ("Dirty Mary, Crazy Larry") brings us "The Howling 4: The Original Nightmare." The movie is named as much as it's basically a remake of the first one: a young woman heads out to the country after some traumatizing incidents to relax. But then she hears a mysterious howling...

    All this plus the wittiest banter between friends, all your goofy voicemail pals, werewolf songs, wrestle chat, USAgent, Nerd News, blu-rays, 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 perform a Triple Lindy for your love and support!


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    Junk Food Dinner returns with three movies no one has ever heard of!

    First, a Spanish movie that really hasn't been made available in America much: 1993's Accion Mutante. The flick, directed by Álex de la Iglesia (Witching and Bitching) is about a group of deformed terrorists who are bent on destroying all of the future's beauty.

    Next, Reb Brown returns as Parker's favorite super hero in "Captain America 2: Death too Soon" (1979). This made-for-tv movie co-stars Christopher Lee (RIP) as a terrorist who wants to make the people of Portland, Oregon super old (seriously).

    Finally, campers who are really into whips and hamburgers run afoul of a serial killer in the mountains of Nevada. It's Moonstalker from 1989. It's a slasher. People get slashed.

    All this plus Nerd News, Norman Bates' re-enactment of "Leave it to Parker" (or something), Cory from IllCon comes original with a new Sean Byron song, many more Sean Byron songs, Kevin insults Parker's favorite movie, Kyle from Kentucky, FilmThreat Chat, Nerd News, DVDs and more!


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    Remember to vote for our 800th movie/next audio commentary in the top left part of our website. Stay tuned for Ghoul Summer and Ghoul Summer T-Shirts and all types of ill shit.


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    Have you ever noticed the beautiful lighting in this toilet? We’re kicking off July in semi-ghoulish fashion with a trio of offbeat, off-color International cult films. Take a whirlwind tour of New Zealand, the Soviet Union, and Japan from the safety of your couch with your JFD pals. It’s like a trip to Epcot Center with double the decapitations and roughly the same amount of deflowered virgins. It's more fun than a flying coffin!

    Up first, we tackle a long-requested fan-favorite, 1989's Meet the Feebles from Pete Jackson! From the creator of Bad Taste comes a film with no taste at all. Murder, suicide, sex, drugs, rock and roll and puppets collide in this twisted parody of The Muppet Show. It's got a song about sodomy!

    Next! We stop by Soviet-era Russia for a fantastical retelling of a classic folk tale about a crazy witch in a mausoleum. Often cited as an influence for Evil Dead, 1967's Viy features exactly zero blood-rain, as it should. Instead, it's got the craziest witch-based movie ending in the history of insanity. Trust us, it's nuts!

    Finally, we visit 1973 Tokyo, land of the rising sun and the pinku film, for a little Sexy & Fury! This Toei Pinky Violence flick heavily influenced Quentin Tarantino, but for some reason he chose to leave the clothing on his sword-fighting actresses, unlike director Norifumi Suzuki. A mostly Japanese cast is unexpectedly joined by Swedish cult erotica star Christina Lindberg. It's pretty rape-y!

    All this plus witty banter between friends, movie characters we can't stand, an unexpected call from Warren Beatty (from Dick Tracy!), a taste of the Piven, Randomizing our Ghoul Summer Dikk Picks, Nerd News and This Week in DVD, toilet-based houseflies, Bowmans' Bookshelf, a fair share of nudity and blood spray, more skype noise than normal, surfing the Internet for info, asexual Parker, absolute confidentiality, continued lack of police involvement, sneezes, belches, gleeks and a whole lot 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'd sword-fight just about anyone, naked and shivering in the snowfall, for your love and support.


    Don't worry guys, we're gonna get the t-shirts.

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    We dip another toe into the filthy waters of Ghoul Summer this week as we are joined by Cory from Illogical Contraption to take a look at three "uncomfortable" films.

    Up first, William Sanderson plays a racist convict who escapes from a paddy wagon along with two other criminals and goes on the run evading the law. But when they take a black family hostage in their own home, things get ghoulish until the family fights back in the 1977 exploitation flick Fight for Your Life.

    Then, a group of European filmmakers travel back in time to document the horrors of slavery in 1971's unnerving Goodbye, Uncle Tom (or Farewell, Uncle Tom) from the same people that brought you Mondo Cane.

    And finally, Gaspar Noé brings us a tale of a severely disturbed French dude who in between incestuous thoughts about his daughter, gets a gun and wanders the streets of Paris plotting his final move in I Stand Alone from 1998.

    All this plus witty banter between friends, prosthetic penis talk, friendly Junk Mail, Nerd News from Comic Con, Charles Bronson's anti-immigrant film, warm eggnog, Ghoul Summer t-shirts, absolute confidentiality, continued lack of police involvement and a whole lot 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'd sword-fight just about anyone, naked and shivering in the snowfall, for your love and support.


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    Ghoul Summer is a singular time of year, stuffed to the brim with ghoulishness but also chock-full of surprises. One of the ghoulish surprises this year is that apparently Ghoul Minds Think Alike - and that one of our randomized selections is getting an official US release soon. Those Ghoul Minds in question are those of our very own Randomizer 5000, and of friend-of-GhoulSummer Louis Justin from Massacre Video, who will be releasing the fiendishly disgusting Niku Daruma on home video. In our first installment of GhoulChats, we ask Louis his thoughts on this notorious simulated snuff film.

    Junk Food Dinner: Thanks for taking the time to talk to us about Niku Daruma, one of our Randomizer 5000 picks this year for Ghoul Summer. How'd you first come across Niku Daruma, and what was your reaction to it?

    Louis Justin, Massacre Video: No problem, guys! I first saw Niku Daruma around 2004 - someone sent a bootleg copy to me, I can't really recall who... but I feel like it was my buddy Brian who made the shockumentry Facing Reality. The first time I popped it in, I only watched the first half. I assumed it was just a boring Japanese fetish porno and stopped. A few months later on a long road trip I decided to watch it all. This time around, once I saw that ending and the closing songs... I was hooked!



    JFD: How would you describe the style of director Tamakichi Anaru's movies? Are they all in this vein?

    LJ: The horror movies, yes. They are all semi-documentaryesque and all feature tons of graphic violence. However, I have not seen all of his AV work.... but those are rather interesting and grotesque in their own right.

    JFD: What do you think Anaru was trying to achieve with this movie? Just to shock and offend, or did he have additional motives in mind?

    LJ: I read in an interview this was his answer to Flowers of Flesh and Blood. I can honestly see that; he took all of the elements from Flowers and added sick sexual scenes. I think the end goal was to shock and offend... and this film sure does do that!

    JFD: Niku Daruma was produced by Anaru's production company Psycho, which was given its own kind of sublabel via Aroma Planning. What happened with Psycho Video? How did this sublabel come about and what happened to it?

    LJ: Well, no one is really sure... but both Niku Daruma and Suicide Dolls have the PSYCHO badge on screen. But his other horror film, Women's Flesh: My Red Guts, has the Baroque label. Baroque was an off shoot of Aroma Planning which sold some odd fetish porn, Anaru's horror films and a bunch of real life death shock films... such as Mute and Rare: A Dead Body!

    JFD: What's Tamakichi Anaru up to now? Is he still making movies? How does he feel about this movie now?

    LJ: It is a mystery. I acquired his cellphone number from a Japanese filmmaker and the number was disconnected. Aroma has not heard from him in years. I have heard rumors he is either dead or in jail, but no one seems to know!

    JFD: This seems like the kind of movie that might be a career-ender. Did any of the 3 actors in this other than Anaru (who cast himself as the director in the film) ever resurface?

    LJ: Yes - actually, both of the main actors had pretty long careers after. One of them even made a pseudo-sequel to Niku Daruma! I have only connected with the two of them and both seem to not really have any interest in these films.

    JFD: Japan seems to have a long and varied history in the world of extreme adult entertainment, from historical woodblock prints of tentacle rape to more recent developments like genki porn videos. Did Niku Daruma find an audience at all in Japan upon release, or was it too extreme even for Japanese tastes?

    LJ: From the scarcity of these movies, I don't think they really ever found an audience. Now a days, Aroma is trying to separate themselves from the death and more extreme films, so they are discontinued in Japan. When I talk to Japanese horror fans, most don't get why I like these movies - hell, even the cast is the same way!

    JFD: I guess the exciting news of the season for serious ghouls out there is that Massacre Video will soon be releasing Niku Daruma here in the states. Can you tell us more about your upcoming release?

    LJ: It was a back and forth with Aroma for years. I had to have friends in Japan handle the conversations for me, which helped because one of them had worked for Aroma in the past. It's going to be the first time to see these films subtitled in English, plus the quality of the presentation will be miles ahead of the old bootlegs everyone is used to. I am also working on setting up some interviews with the cast, but I'm not sure if that will come to fruition.

    Thanks again to Louis for taking a minute for this installment of GhoulChats! Check out his upcoming release if you're a superghoul, or listen to our upcoming episode if you're not sure you can hang.




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  • 07/22/15--23:13: Shock & Awegust Calendar!
  • Mission Accomplished, Junkies! If you're reading this in August, then you survived Ghoul Summer. We know not every one did. RIP Mike Dikk.

    In August JFD goes full combat, though, and (like every year) we'll be dedicated the entire month to action movies. The first week, we'll be doing an audio commentary to celebrate our 800th episode. Unless some weird shit happens, Judgment Night is a foregone conclusion, but maybe there's still time to vote.

    For the following weeks, each one of your JFD Buddies will be bringing their own 3-movie theme to the show. We'll tell you the movies now. But what are the themes? Donloyd to find out!

    JFD273: : 800th Movie Audio Commentary

    • Judgment Night (probably) (1993)
    JFD274: Parker Week
    • Fast Getaway (1991)
    • No Contest (1995)
    • Storm Trooper (1998)
    JFD275: Sean Week
    • Crippled Masters (1979)
    • Mr. No Legs (1979)
    • The Impossible Kid of Kung Fu (1982)
    JFD276: Kevin Week
    • Slaughter (1972)
    • Action Jackson (1988)
    • Surviving the Game (1994)


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    Grab your barf bag and hand sanitizer. It's Time... for Ghoul Summer! We're joined by Ghoul Zero, the original ghoul, Mike Dikk from Kissing Contest. Will he survive the 4th annual ghoul summer? Signs point to no.

    First, Ryan Nicholson, director of one of JFD's most hated movies - Gutterballs - tells a tale of an abortion that gets weird in 2009's "Hanger." Debbie Rochon and Lloyd Kaufman make cameos in this tale of revenge, rape and Hello Kitty vibrators.

    Next, a hooker has bulimia-induced fever dreams in "Slaughtered Vomit Dolls." This 2006 flick is the first part in director Lucifer Valentine's aptly named Vomit Gore Trilogy.

    Finally, it's one part pornography, one part snuff film, all parts Ghoulish in "Niko Daruma." This 1998 flick, alternately titled Tumbling Doll of Flesh, is perhaps so ghoulish that its creators have disowned it.

    All this, plus Blood Feast news, Donald Lloyd, mmflc, spider play, Ghoul Summer theme songs, No explanation of 25-5 because Parker forgot, Memphis Maniacs, Mark from Madison, Leonard from Wyoming and so much more! I guarantee it!


    Direct DonloydGot 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'd sword-fight just about anyone, naked and shivering in the snowfall, for your love and support.


    Go buy a Ghoul Summer t-shirt!


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    This week: the thrilling conclusion to this year's two-part Ghoul Summer event. It's been a wild, sticky ride and a burning question remains: will the boys have enough fortitude to survive this ghastly trio of disgusting flicks? They're joined by professional podcaster Katie Rots of Rotten Rantings to sort it all out.

    First up, we return to Harbin, China (last known whereabouts of The Memphis Maniac) with a sequel to last year's historically ghoulish Men Behind the Sun. That's right, it's Men Behind the Sun 2: Laboratory of the Devil, directed by Godfrey Ho! Like the first film, it chronicles the real-life human experiments carried out by the Japanese Unit 731 in occupied China during WWII. Unlike the first film, it's directed by a man who cobbled together over 150 ninja films out of stolen and stock footage!

    Next! The third entry in Tom Six's trans-digestive odyssey is probed for signs of life, and it probes back. It's your classic prison-warden-decides-against-mass-castration-in-favor-of-mass-centipeding tale, with everyone's favorite actors named Dieter Laser and Laurence R. Harvey in the lead roles. It's also got a porn star and Eric Roberts for some kind of reason. It's The Human Centipede III (The Final Sequence)!

    Finally, we swing over to Paris to check out one of the more acclaimed entries into New French Horror, 2007's Inside! This home invasion tale features an extra ghoulish twist - a 9-months pregnant protagonist and a lot of gore. It also might feature a zombie, depending on your point of view (but probably not).

    All this plus witty banter between friends, ghoul saturation, the secret origin of 25-to-5, the time before screencaps, that time Katie toppled the Twin Towers, Amish cocaine rings, nerd news and this week in dvd, classic bodypart scenes in movies, eating watermelons like a tazmanian devil, bang bang laser, turtle tongues, how skulls work, absolute confidentiality, continued lack of police involvement, sneezes, belches, gleeks and a whole lot more!



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    Looking for more Ghoul Summer action?
    Check out the Ghoul Summer Master Post, which will soon be updated with all of the cross-podcast GS Jams for 2015.

    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 just might be able to muster the strength for another year of Ghoul Summer, only for your love and support.


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    Can you believe we've reviewed 800 goddamn movies? Neither can we. In fact, Parker was so shocked he decided to take a week off to watch anime and left Kevin and Sean home alone to do a full-length commentary on the film you overwhelmingly voted for Judgment Night from 1993. But don't worry, we invited Shelby Cobras from Illogical Contraption over and talk over the movie with us!

    This movie is about a group of early 90's Chicago bros (Emilio Estevez, Cuba Gooding Jr., Stephen Dorff and Jeremy Piven) who rent a tricked-out RV (complete with Nintendo Zapper and fax machine) for a dudes' night out. But when they make a wrong turn and end up in the ghetto, they witness a murder and are chased through the seemingly abandoned streets by a group of local toughs (Denis Leary, Everlast, Zed from Pulp Fiction). So grab a copy of Judgment Night and watch along with us, won't you?

    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 Judgment Night. If you try to listen to this episode and you are not watching Judgment Night along with us, a lot of this will not make any sense.


    LISTEN NOW:


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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).

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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.

    LISTEN NOW:

    Mp3 Direct Donloyd

    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'll get pints of butter brickle hard packs from your love and support.

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    Junk Food Dinner. 275. Our annual celebration of action cinema, Shock & Awegust begins! Parker's back and he's going first with an entire theme of his choosing: Cool '80s dudes in questionable '90s action flicks.

    First, Corey Haim and his dad are bank robbers in 1991's "Fast Getaway." When his dad's girlfriend, Cynthia Rothrock, double-crosses them, the boys decide to visit the Grand Canyon and consider leaving bank robbing behind for good. But does Haim have any sex and get the feelings? Tune in.

    Next, only Shannon Tweed can save a group of beauty pageant contestants from killers in "No Contest" from 1995. This Die Hard rip off stars Andrew "Dice" Clay and "Rowdy" Roddy Piper (RIP) as terrorists.

    Finally, Carol Alt and a mysterious stranger are besieged by army dudes in "Storm Trooper" from 1998. Legendary director Jim Wynorski brings us this tale of super soldiers, domestic abuse and Corey Feldman wearing an eye patch.

    All this, plus Anime Chat, Wrestle Chat, Nerd News, Memphis Maniacs, Bad Creeps, Sad Nerd News, Donald Lloyd, New Freddys, Angry Sean, DVD Chat and so much more!


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    Remember, Ghoul Summer T-Shirts and beer koozies are still available on our website, or through Hide The Bodies on etsy!


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  • 08/14/15--16:38: September Calendar!
  • Hey, Junkies! It's your ol' pal Rusty here doing the update for the September schedule. September's gonna be a weird one. The guys are doing a double theme show. The first week, it'll be cult classics. Then the next week, it'll be the remakes of those cult classics. Are they sacrilege or surprisingly good? We'll find out. As an added bonus, September will also be SeptemBIRD, as Sean is picking movies about our fine feathered friends all month long. Will they be good or are these movies for the birds? I'm very 'eagle' to find out! I hope they give me a sneak 'beak' of the episodes!

    Anyway, before reading the list of movies, maybe go buy a Ghoul Summer T-Shirt from Hide the Bodies or a beer koozy or a re-released classic JFD shirt.

    I'll wait.







    Now that you've bought one of those things check out the September schedule!

    JFD278: Cult Classics

    • The Birds (1963)
    • Walking Tall (1973)
    • Rollerball (1975)
    JFD279: Cult Classic Remakes
    • The Birds II (1994)
    • Rollerball (2002)
    • Walking Tall (2004)
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    • Death Promise (1977)
    • Mischief (1985)
    • Beaks (1987)
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    • The Giant Claw (1957)
    • She-Devil (1989)
    • Dude Bro Party Massacre 3 (2015)

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