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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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    This week's episode is indescribable, unspeakable and cosmically horrifying. It's an H.P. Lovecraft theme show! (Well, mostly.) HP New Year!

    First, a story so Lovecraftian it isn't even based on Lovecraft at all! Lucio Fulci's "City of the Living Dead" (aka "Gates of Hell") from 1980 is a tale of a journalist and a psychic tasked with stopping the gates of hell from opening after a priest commits suicide. It's also the tale of a homeless pedophile. For some reason.

    Next, Stuart Gordon adapts a short story for 1985's "From Beyond." The director teams back up with Jeffrey Combs and Barbara Crampton ("Re-Animator") for this tale of scientists who accidentally discover that monsters are all around them constantly.

    Finally, Jeffrey Combs returns as Lovecraft himself in the anthology film "Necronomicon" from 1993. Brian Yuzna, Christophe Gans, Shusuke Kaneko each direct a story based on the author's works. The tales include squid monsters, reanimation and demonic space bats.

    All this, plus Nerd News, DVDS, Binders full of women, Old Zealand, Tom Cruise Chat, Who's the REAL Freado?, Voicemails, friendly chat, the possibility of a beautiful boob slipping out 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. Check us out on Facebook and Twitter! We'll wrestle Cthulhu for your love and support.


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  • 01/15/16--15:49: Sci Fi Ebruary Schedule!
  • It's Sci-Fi-Ebruary again, Junkies!! Put on your tinfoil hats and break out your copy of Chariot of the Gods. Each week this month is a theme show focusing on a different Sci Fi trope or idea. And there may even be a playful surprise or two this month.

    Be sure to unlock your inner extratarrestrial and like us on Facebook or join us in Podcast Town or tell a friend to listen to the show!

    JFD299: 50s Sci-Fi Week!

    • Invasion of the Saucer Men (1957)
    • The Blob (1958)
    • The Monster of Piedras Blancas (1959)
    JFD301: Japanese Sci-Fi Week!
    • Mothra (1961)
    • Zebraman (2001)
    • Electric Dragon 80.000 V (2004)
    JFD302 Aliens Week!
    • Aliens (1986)
    • Out There (1995)
    • Beer Money (2001)
    JFD303: V Week!
    • V (1983)

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    Speaking of movies that have been made, it's another round of weird-ass cult movie reviews from your pals at Junk Food Dinner. We meet up with murderous punk rockers, hospital aliens, and not one but two Coreys. Skipping this episode is a bozo no-no.

    First up! No-budget punksploitation has never been so sleazy! It's 1984 Los Angeles, and local zine We Got Power and film maker David Markey got together with local band Redd Kross to slap together this story of a girl-punk band gone awry, with influences ranging from Russ Meyer to John Waters. Featuring matricide! It's Desperate Teenage Lovedolls!

    Up next! You may have heard of "Green Monkey" and you've probably heard of "Insect!". You've also heard of "Inseminátor" and "Invasion of the Bodysuckers." But have you heard that these are all titles for the same 1987 alien-invading-a-hospital horror flick? Well, they are and it is called Blue Monkey and we watched it.

    Finally! It's a classic tale of body swapping (or is it?) It features performances by both Corey's (or does it?) The only thing that's certain is that 1989's Dream A Little Dream is discussed. We think.

    All this plus witty banter between friends, Health Insurance premiums, Night Train to Terrible???, Buttery Burgers, Musical Junkmail, The Sweetest Man Alive, Controversial Deaths on the Record, Nerd News & DVD Picks, continued lack of overt 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. Check us out on Facebook and Twitter! We'll fartbox a small car on a long roadtrip for your love and support.

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    Well folks, we're officially in the icy grip of winter, so why not embrace the cold by partying with your Junk Food Dinner bros and three winter-themed movies.

    Up first is the low-budget regional horror flick Winterbeast from 1992. This strange piece of straight-to-video history was shot over the course of several years and features stop-motion monster madness, a dildo that no one acknowledges, more plaid than you can shake a stick at and a truly disturbing scene featuring a clown mask, a children's record and some corpses. Also, despite this film's title and cover art, it doesn't actually take place during winter.

    Next, we discuss A Simple Plan from 1998. No, not that shitty pop-punk band, the Sam Raimi flick starring Bill Paxton, Bridget Fonda and William Robert Thornton about a group of small town folk who find a bag of money in a crashed airplane and decide to keep it. But like a Biggy song come to life, mo' money means mo' problems and shit gets real.

    And finally, Charles Bronson is a prisoner with a secret being transported on train filled with Civil War soldiers, but things quickly escalate when people start ending up dead in Breakheart Pass from 1975.

    All this plus witty banter between friends, Parker avoiding illness, Kyle from Kentucky, a caller obsessed with numerals, Nerd News & Blu-ray Picks, movies inspired by t-shirts, defense of Sam Raimi's middle period, Mexican Ozzy, continued lack of police involvement 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. Check us out onFacebook and Twitter! We'll survive the winter with your love and support. 

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    Sci Fi Ebruary is here!! This week is dedicated to those old timey movies your grampa saw at a drive in circa 1959.

    First, Steve McQueen, middle-aged, plays a teenage rebel who's Smalltown, USA's only hope against an organism that crash lands via a comet in 1958's "The Blob." The movie's a classic that revolutionized horror and sci fi films, but does it hold up? Only we can decide.

    Next, a Creature of the Black Lagoon wannabe terrorizes a small California coastal town in 1959's "The Monster of Piedras Blancas." The movie is notable for its sex and violence. And for its poseur Creature.

    Finally, little green men invade a different Smalltown, USA and get everyone drunk and then fight the local livestock in "Invasion of the Saucer-men" from 1957.

    All this, plus Nerd News, DVDs, The Year of Feldman continues, feelin' like grandpas, gettin' ready for episode 300 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. Check us out onFacebook and Twitter! We'll survive the winter with your love and support.


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    It's been a long, hard road to three hundred podcasts, but we truly did it. We couldn't have done it without you, the Junk Food Junkies out there, and to thank you we've put together a heckuva evening of entertainment for your podcasting pleasures.

    To celebrate our first 300 episodes, we pick movies from our long and storied past to nominate for the following award categories...


    This is the Dumbest Movie I ever Saw / Cool Movie:
    Movie we've changed our mind on

    It Gives You a Boner:
    Sexiest Movie

    What Are You, a Ghoul?:
    Movie your significant other cringes at

    All Englishmen are Ugly:
    Worst British Person

    My Friend Barry Holt w/ the Chubby Cheek Face:
    Best Character in a movie

    Heavy Doobies:
    Best movie to watch high

    Relax During Entertainment:
    Movie we've watched most

    Midgets are the Rats of Humans:
    Best Little Person Actor

    Mr. Perfect Hey!:
    JFD Hall of Fame Inductee

    We also check in with The Snack Pack on our Junkmail Line, who variously wish us well and wish us worse. And maybe even a few special surprises if you keep the dream alive in your heart.

    All this plus witty banter between friends, Butthorn Business Cards, Double Edged Incest Movie Swords, Butthead Feldman’s Beavis Impression, Australia Censorship Has Gone Too Far, Real-time Amazon shopping, A Celebration of Salt Penis & The Evolution of Strong Politics, No Nerd News or DVD Picks, continued lack of overt 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. Check us out on Facebook and Twitter! We'll cast another 300 pods for your love and support.

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    Greetings, Junkies and Snack Packers! As you may know, March is our anniversary month, and this year, we'll be celebrating our 75th anniversary with 5 banger ass special episodes. First, we're doing a Randomizer 5K episode. What's going in the Randomizer? Movies picked by YOU. We'll get you the details on how/when to submit your picks soon enough. Then, we're doing 3 weeks of director theme shows. Each one of us is curating their own show based on their favorite director. Expect emotional results. And the last week is our anniversary show, packed to the gills with movies that can only be described as "cult classics."

    In the meantime, like us on facebook or leave an iTunes review, eh?

    JFD304: Randomizer 5K: X-treme!

      JFD305: Richard Linklater Week
      • Slacker (1991)
      • Dazed & Confused (1993)
      • Before Sunrise (1994)
      JFD306 David Lynch Week
      • Blue Velvet (1986)
      • The Straight Story (1999)
      • Mulholland Drive (2001)
      JFD307 Quentin Tarantino Week
      • Reservoir Dogs (1992)
      • Pulp Fiction (1994)
      • Kill Bill: The Whole Bloody Affair (2004)
      JFD308 Anniversary Week
      • Fitzcarraldo (1982)
      • The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension (1995)
      • Freddy Got Fingered (2001)

      We did it. We truly did it.


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      As we work off the hangover, clean off our tuxes and sweep up the confetti from our 300th episode award ceremony, we take some time to keep Sci Fi-ebruary rolling along by exploring three Japanese sci-fi films.

      First, we examine a true classic of Japanese kaijū cinema, Mothra from 1961. Directed by Ishirô Honda (Godzilla, Matango, Frankenstein Conquers the World and countless other kaijū classics) this is a tale of two twin fairies who are kidnapped from their island home and made to perform for the people of Japan. However, their protector, Mothra, a giant moth, comes to rescue them leaving nothing but carnage in its path.

      Next, we get an electrifying jolt of manic black & white cinema, abrasive Japanese noise rock and battles for spiritual supremacy in Electric Dragon 80.000 V from 2001. Director Gakuryû Ishii (who gave us 1982's Burst City) tells the story of a young man who gains special powers from electricity and uses them to rock out and catch lizards until one day he is challenged by another man who knows how to harness the voltage as well.

      Finally, we get to see a softer side of Takashi Miike (Audition, Ichi the Killer) with his 2004 superhero comedy Zebraman. In this film, Shô Aikawa plays a schlubby teacher who gets no respect from his family or students. He fantasizes about becoming his favorite superhero from the 70's, Zebraman, until one day, he and a wheelchair-bound student discover that the events of the Zebraman TV show are actually starting to happen in the real world and it's up to them to be heroes.

      All this, plus Super Bowl movie trailer roundup, Civil War comic books, calls from Australia, Matthew Sweetman, Nerd News, DVDs and blu-rays of the week, questionable English dubbing, the gender politics of giant monsters, Japanese rock songs, cosplaying as a crab on the streets of Tokyo, 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. Check us out onFacebook and Twitter! We'll survive a giant monster invasion with your love and support. 




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      Sci-Fi Ebruary continues this week as we're invaded by space creatures! Some of them are slimy and evil but some of them are nice, which begs the question - who are the REAL aliens?

      First, Mark Paul Gosselaar, Mercedes McNab and slacker friends sell a cute, dead (?) extra terrestrial to a TV show in "Beer Money" from 2001. It's a made for the USA Network movie written by JFD favorite Rich Wilkes ("Glory Daze," "The Stoned Age").

      Next, after finding photos of aliens at a garage sale, a journalist finds the truth in "Out there." Bobcat Goldthwait, Julie Brown, P.J. Soles and other wacky characters show up in this (also, somehow) made-for-tv movie.

      Finally, Ripley is back to take out an alien colony in James Camerons' classic "Aliens." How does Cameron's take on Ridley Scott's Xenomorph stack up to the original? Well, Bill Paxton's in this one, so probably pretty well.

      All this, plus Nerd News, DVDs, breaking Sad Nerd News, an odd lack of an intro, technical troubles, an argument for the ages: Poop or Ross Perot, Sean identifies as an Al Queda, Deadpool Chat, Fuckstyles, late Voicemails and so much more!

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      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. Check us out onFacebook and Twitter! We'll survive the alien invasion with your love and support. 



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    • 02/26/16--00:09: JFD303: V (1983 miniseries)
    • This week, we close out our world-famous month-long Sci-Fi Ebruary celebration by closing a significant gap in our TV Miniseries watching histories. But does it contain as much Robert Englund as we expect? If you've always dreamed of vacuum-sealed flesh on top of a lizard face in your science fiction, our Sci-Fi Ebruary blowout episode is gonna deliver for you in crazy spades.

      First up! Only up! It's V: The Original Miniseries from 1983! Alien Visitors land on earth in this landmark series, which spawned a follow-up and two regular series, as well as novels, toys and a rabid fan-base. Robert Englund and Richard Herd are among the ranks of the visitors, who initial motivations appear to be harmless, until they start controlling the media in this parable of race relations, facism, xenophobia, and paranoia. They claim to be doing so for the greater good, but they're aliens and this is television so they gotta be bad, right?

      All this plus witty banter between friends, Honey-Glazed Ham FuckStyles, THE RETURN OF THE RANDOMIZER 5000, Rusty's Call-in Chat Show, Raising the Bar So High, Nerd News You Can Use, Our Picks for your DVD Packs, very unusual background noises, Pornographic Callbacks, continued lack of overt 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. Check us out on Facebook and Twitter! We'll unhinge our jaws to devour your love and support.

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      Hey, SnackPack! It's that time again - Audio Commentary time! Our NINE HUNDREDTH goddamn movie is approaching and it's up to you guys to pick a movie for us to do an audio commentary for. Our fate is in your hands and, unlike the most recent Randomizer episode, bad movies are encouraged. Get out there and vote, Kiddos.

      Use the little gray widget in the top left of the page. Or even this widget right here:

      Pick our next Audio Commentary
       
      pollcode.com free polls

      In the past, you guys picked Howard the Duck (JFD35), C.H.U.D. (JFD69), The Warriors (JFD103), Transformers: The Movie (JFD137), Escape From New York (JFD172), Spring Break (JFD 206) and Ice Cream Man (JFD240) Judgment Night (JFD274).

      Here are the choices, Junkies!





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      This week the JFD boys fall victim to the Randomizer 5000 and you sadistic listeners who stocked the Randomizer with over 500 crappy movies. In all honesty, it could have ended up MUCH worse.

      Up first, we take a look at Spike Lee's 2008 flick about a group of black WWII soldiers in Italy who get mixed up with a little kid, a decapitated statue head and weird love triangles in Miracle of St. Anna.

      Next, Helen Slater (SuperGirl) and Christian Slater (True Romance) are two redneck siblings in southern Texas who confront a sleazy business man after his son trashes their motor scooter. But when the creep gets grabby with Helen Slater, Christian puts a bullet in him and the kids go on the road with their friends Martha Gehman and Yeardley Smith (the voice of Lisa Simpson) in The Legend of Billie Jean from 1985.

      And finally, M. Night Shyamalan weaves a tale about a apartment manager (Paul Giamatti) who encounters a mythical creature (Bryce Dallas Howard) living in the pool in Lady in the Water from 2006. Also, it's about how M. Night Shyamalan is a genius and film critics are idiots.

      All this, plus Kevin's stuffed up nose, Oscar talk, experiences with excited teens in the theater, outrage over our Aliens review, Matthew Sweetman partying with food mascots, Nerd News, DVDs and blu-rays of the week, Pat Benetar songs, questionable Asian characters, sneezes and so much more!

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      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. Check us out onFacebook and Twitter! We'll survive another round of Randomizer movies with your love and support. 


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      Hey, junkies. We're kicking off the first part of a series where each one of your hosts gets his own show to talk up his favorite director. This week is Parker's favorite director: Richard Linklater.

      We're going chronologically and first up is his first movie: "Slacker" from 1991. The experimental film follows bohemian eccentric Austin, Texas natives as they walk. And talk. And ... that's about it.

      Next, is "Dazed and Confused," probably Linklater's most well-known film. The movie's got an all-star cast (Ben Affleck, Matthew McConaughey, Milla Jovovich, Parker Posey, etc.) who play teens who walk. And talk. And get very very high.

      Finally, Ethan Hawke is an American on vacation who meets Julie Delpy, a French lady, and they spend a night together in Vienna in "Before Sunrise."

      All this, plus Nerd News, DVDs, Dorm Chat, Poster Chat, Cool Guy News, Face to Face Chat, and tons of super more stuff.


      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. Check us out onFacebook and Twitter! We'll survive another round of Randomizer movies with your love and support.


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    • 03/16/16--18:51: April Movie Schedule!!
    • Hey, Junkies! Our April calendar is all set for your eyes. And your hearts. If you didn't notice (top left sidebar), you can vote now for our 900th movie/next audio commentary. What movie will it be? Reefer? Boobs? Leprechauns? Only you can decide. We're also gonna do a Western week (finally), so grab your grandpa and your peacemaker and dig in!

      JFD309

      • Malibu Beach (1978)
      • Santa Sangre (1989)
      • Jerkbeast (2005)
      JFD310: Western Week
      • Rider of the Skulls (1965)
      • Once Upon a Time in the West (1968)
      • The Wild Bunch (1969)
      JFD311: 900th Movie/Audio Commentary!
      • Vote Now!
      JFD312
      • Sexandroide (1987)
      • Destroyer (1988)
      • Dream a Little Dream 2 (1995)

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      Well, strap on your nitrous oxide mask and prepare to zoom in on a slow motion match lighting. It's our second director theme show of the month as Sean brings us three of his favorite David Lynch films! The only thing that could be more exciting is the fact we're joined by Jason "Razor Babes" Frisbie of Pool Party Radio fame!

      First up! Kyle MacLachlan and Laura Dern are innocent small town kids who uncover the sick and twisted underbelly of suburban American, epitomized by Dennis Hopper and his gang of drug-dealing, sexually-abusing thugs (including Jack Nance, Brad Dourif, and Dean Stockwell). Featuring a great performance from Isabella Rosalini and classic soundtrack tracks from Roy Orbison and Bobby Vinton, it's David Lynch's landmark 1986 neo-noir, Blue Velvet!

      Up next! You may not have realized that David Lynch directed a heart-warming G-rated true-story family drama for Disney in 1999, but he sure did and it's definitely called The Straight Story. It stars Richard Farnsworth and Sissy Spacek. These are all true facts, we promise. But is it worth watching, or would we ride a lawn mower across state boundaries to escape it?

      Finally! Mulholland Drive (1999)? That's where I was going!

      All this plus witty banter between friends, off-color humor, our gateways to Lynchdom, secret 8mm tapes, Parker Bowman's curse against David Bowie, Skype Noise Strikes Back, VVitch Chats, dead armadillos, teenager Johnny Dingle, Nerd News & DVD Picks, continued lack of overt police involvement, sneezes, belches, gleeks and a whole lot more!


      Direct Donloyd Here

      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. Check us out on Facebook and Twitter! We'll attach a normal-sized body to a tiny little dude for your love and support.

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      It's our third and final Director's Week of March as we talk about the ultra violent and ultra stylized first three films of Quentin Tarantino.

      Up first, six blue-collar criminals plan and execute a jewel heist but when things go wrong, they quickly realize one of them is a cop in Reservoir Dogs from 1992. Tarantino directs a stellar cast including Harvey Keitel, Tim Roth, Steve Buscemi, Michael Madsen and Chris Penn.

      Next, the film you couldn't escape in the mid-90's, Pulp Fiction. Tarantino's iconic character study of the lives of criminals and low-lifes inspired a whole generation of filmmakers and film watchers. Another incredible cast including John Travolta, Samuel L. Jackson, Bruce Willis, Uma Thurman and Ving Rhames.

      Finally, Tarantino adapt's Elmore Leonard's Rum Punch into a gritty ode to blaxploitation films with Jackie Brown from 1997. Starring the always fantastic Pam Grier as the title character who suckers both gangsters and cops to score a half a million bucks and avoid jail time. As you'd expect, another top notch cast featuring Samuel L. Jackson, Robert De Niro, Robert Forster, Michael Keaton and Bridget Fonda.

      All this plus witty banter between friends, the wacky world of seeing Crispin Glover live, horror convention chat, should kids be allowed in R-rated movies?, the death of Dr. Giggles, brain chat, Nerd News and Blu-Ray Picks, continued lack of police involvement (unless we're slicing off their ears) 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. Check us out onFacebook and Twitter! We'll develope a foot fetish for your love and support. 





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      We're back, Junkies! We're celebrating our 6th anniversary this week with a doozy of an episode. Instead of Nerd News and DVDs, we're running down our Top and Bottom 5 movies we've done this year. What movies did we like best? And what Ghoul Summer movies did we hate the most? Find out.

      Then, we hit the movies. First up, Klaus Kinski is a crazed German who wants to bring the opera to Peruvian natives in "Fitzcarraldo" from 1982. Werner Herzog tells this true-life tale of a dude who dragged a boat over a mountain by actually dragging a boat over a mountain.

      Next, Peter Weller is a scientist and a rock n roller in "The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension." This is probably JFD's most requested movie of all time.

      Finally, Tom Green writes, directs and stars in a tale of following your dreams and playing with horse peens in 2001's "Freddy Got Fingered."

      All this, plus voicemails, Memphis Maniacs, crummy computers, visits from Wayne, Batman vs Superman Chat and so much more!


      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. Check us out onFacebook and Twitter! We'll develope a foot fetish for your love and support.


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    • 04/13/16--15:41: JFD's May movie schedule!
    • Hey, Junkies! May is approaching and we got movies! Here they are!

      JFD312

      • Sexandroide (1987)
      • Destroyer (1988)
      • Dream a Little Dream 2 (1995)
      JFD313: Top Secret Podcast Bro Meetup Episode
      • Communion (1980)
      JFD314: Ani-May Week!
      • Space Adventure Cobra (1982)
      • Cowboy Bebop: The Movie (2001)
      • Gyo: Tokyo Fish Attack (2012)
      JFD315
      • The Sinful Dwarf (1973)
      • Thundercrack! (1975)
      • Stepmonster (1993)
      JFD316: with guest Jackson Stewart, director of Beyond the Gates
      • Intrépidos Punks (1980)
      • The Gate (1987)
      • Dollman (1991)

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      It's the episode with everything. So many things. All of the surprises. You're going to go wild for this episode. We guarantee it.

      First up! Severed arms, acid-bath castrations, transgendered luchadores, cocaine & dwarves collide in 1989's Santa Sangre from legendary freak-out king Alejandro Jodorowsky! Part art film, part giallo, and all weirdness, it's called "Jodorowsky's most accessible film", which is really saying something, right? We definitely spoil the crap out of the ending, so go ahead and watch this one before the show.

      Up next! Loud-mouthed public access monster Jerkbeast gets his own self-titled movie from 2005. Tour our beautiful nation with the Jerkbeast himself as loud things are yelled and hardcore punk music is played. It's a movie, sort of.

      Finally! We hit the beach with the spoiled brats of Malibu in director Robert J. Rosenthal's largely forgotten laid-back seaside hang-out picture, Malibu Beach from 1978. It's like a Van Nuys Boulevard (another Crown International Picture) set slightly west. Who could forget that Dugan?

      All this plus witty banter between friends, taking it to the d-box, Harrison Ford hot-takes, a certain man of sweetness, supermodel horrors, porn piracy politics, Sean drops a surprise, parker's relaxation preference, Nerd News & DVD Picks, continued lack of overt police involvement, sneezes, belches, gleeks and a whole lot more!


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      This week, Kevin's out, so in his place we welcome Joe Rubin from cult film preservation and releasing company Vinegar Syndrome to discuss three flicks currently available on their streaming service Exploitation.tv

      Up first, is an early underground porno film, with very little known about it, The All American Hustler from 1972. This flick features some early 70's L.A., cropped-in sex scenes, depression and heroin use.

      Next, we take a look at Dead Kids (AKA Strange Behavior) from 1981. As the title would imply, this horror mystery involves slews of youngers in a small Midwestern town getting snuffed out, but who's doing it and why?

      And finally, we explore It's Called Murder, Baby (AKA Dixie Ray Hollywood Star in it's X-rated form) from 1983. This sexy, low-budget comedy thriller mixes early 80's exploitation with 50's noir.

      All this plus witty banter between friends, a behind the scenes look at the acquiring and preservation of lost exploitation movies, a voicemail from The South, depressed boners, L.A. geography, continued lack of police involvement  and a whole lot more!

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