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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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    Welcome weirdos, drag queens and misfits, to yet another episode of everybody's favorite cult movie podcast. This week we pay tribute to cult movie stalwart John Waters. Sometimes called the Pope of Trash or the Prince of Puke, Mr, Waters has been shocking and entertaining unsuspecting audiences for over 40 years.

     Up first, we take a look at the film that put him on the map; Pink Flamingos. This low-budget gross out fest stars larger than life drag queen Divine, who along with her misfit family, perform one disturbing act after another in order to retain the title of "The Filthiest Person Alive". However, Divine's arch rivals The Marbles (played by Mink Stole and David Lochary) will do anything in their twisted heads to take that title away from her in this seminal 1972 midnight movie that's just as shocking now as it was 40 years ago.

    Then, we take a look at Waters' more family-friendly, yet still kitschy, work as we examine 1990's Cry-Baby. This send up of 50's juvenile delinquent movies stars a young Johnny Depp as the titular bad boy, who along with his gang of outcasts (including Ricki Lake, Traci Lords, Kim McGuire, Iggy Pop and Susan Tyrrell) try to win the heart of good girl Amy Locane. This popular musical comedy has also since been turned into a successful Broadway production.

    And finally, it's Cecil B. DeMented from 2000 about a guerrilla filmmaker played by Stephen Dorff who kidnaps Hollywood starlet Honey Whitlock, played by Melanie Griffith, and forces her to be in his underground movie to take on the Hollywood studio system. Alicia Witt, Adrian Grenier and Maggie Gyllenhaal also appear as members of the rogue film crew in this pointed satire.

    All this plus witty banter between friends, soundboard antics, revelations about Kevin's dad, Junk (voice)Mails, DVD & Blu-ray releases, Nerd News 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 gain dead chickens from your love and support.      

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  • 01/17/13--16:38: Junk Food Dinner T-Shirts!!!
  • In the immortal words of Mr. T: "Everybody's gotta wear clothes. If you don't, you'll get arrested". So, if ya gotta wear 'em, why not wear something that shows you've got good taste in podcasts and in films?

    The fine folks over at Hide The Bodies have put together this handsome t-shirt that features your three favorite podcasters re-creating the iconic Slumber Party Massacre poster (with a special appearance by Parker's love interest Julian Sands)!

    The shirts themselves are printed on premium Next Level tees, super soft 4.5 oz combed cotton, guaranteed to be one of your favorite tees.

    Don't be the only butthorn at the drive-in without one of these awesome shirts! CLICK HERE to pre-order yours now! The shirts will ship by February 8th!

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    Check it, dudes. You know how in October we go fuckin' crazy for horror movies and fully indulge in Schlocktober with theme shows built around iconic monsters? Well, next month, we'll be going nuts for three things: Science. Fiction. And February. We're (tentatively) calling it....

    JFD146: Aliens

    • Alien (1979)
    • Not of this Earth (1988)
    • I Come in Peace (aka Dark Angel) (1990)
    JFD147: Time Travel
    • Planet of the Apes (1968)
    • Primer (2004)
    • Safety Not Guaranteed (2012)
    JFD148: Robots
    • Westworld (1973)
    • Blade Runner (1982)
    • Robocop (1987)
    JFD149: Giant Monsters
    • Godzilla 1985 (1985)
    • Cloverfield (2008)
    • Attack of the 50-Foot Cheerleader (2012)

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    You guys know how they make those mystery flavored Dum-Dums? It's the run-off from when they switch flavors so you don't really know what you're getting. That's kind of like what this weeks episode is like.

    Mysterious and flavorful.

    Up first we FINALLY take a gander at what is hands down our most requested film - SOCIETY from Brian Yuzna. A young (30 year old) man must learn to cope with why he feels so much different than the rest of his family - but just how different is something he could never prepare himself for. After a year of emails, voicemails, and the occasional death threat we're finally taking this one on.

    Next, the only thing higher than the kicks is the amount of racial stereotyping in the confusing martial arts flick - NO RETREAT, NO SURRENDER. A young (actually young) man moves from LA to Seattle and has to fight everyone from the town fat kid to JCVD himself, along with the help of his new best friend and the ghost of Bruce Lee. This is another one we've had a surprising amount of requests for.

    Finally, it's Nic Cage at some of his most unhinged as he portrays a yuppie in the midst of a complete mental breakdown. After a series of unsatisfying one night stands, Peter Lowe is visited by a sexy and deadly child of the night. From there out it's fake accents, fake teeth, and real bloodshed as we debate the merits of VAMPIRE'S KISS.

    All this plus witty banter between friends, pen arguments, soundboard antics, sushi puns, Junk Mail, DVD & Blu-ray releases, little to no Skype issues, Face To Face chat, Nerd News 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/phone sex (It's message season, after all.): 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 gain soft spots for retarded guys from your love and support.

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  • 01/24/13--17:12: R.I.P Andy Copp
  • This weekend we lost a cult cinema mentor in independent film maker Andy Copp, who died at the age of 40 of a reported suicide in his home in Dayton, Ohio.

    In addition to unleashing a handful of bloody low-budget films, Andy also spread the gospel of sleaze and bad taste through his numerous 'zines, VHS mix tapes, his outstanding public access show Pirate TV, and by hosting cult and horror film screenings and festivals at local mom 'n pop cinemas in Dayton.

    Junk Food Dinner salutes Andy Copp. R.I.P, pal. We'll miss you.

    Check out this excellent interview with Andy from former JFD announcer Juliet Fromholt.

    [Drawing courtesy of Robin Bougie at Cinema Sewer]


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    We're joined by friend of the show Sean Byron and Nick Prueher of the Found Footage Festival this week to discuss the art of discovering ironic classics, not on youtube, but by scouring thrift stores and garage sales. Then we watch some ourselves.

    First, a young man is diagnosed with punk syndrome in the 1987 after-school special "The Day My Kid Turned Punk." Jay Underwood (Uncle Buck, The Boy Who Could Fly) plays the titular punk who trades in his violin for safety pins and leather, but not drugs and anarchy.

    Then, bodyguard-turned-actor Mr. T gives us abso-ludicrous life and fashion advice in "Be Somebody or Be Somebody's Fool" from 1984. One of the classic "found footage" gems, this movie teaches kids to "recoup" and vaguely threatens them to be somebody.

    Finally, Gary Coleman is an omnipresent being, drunk on the power of keeping you safe, in 1986's "For Safety's Sake." In a video that could really only succeed in scaring the crap out of kids, Coleman shows us every possible way we could die horribly while doing mundane activities.

    You're gonna like this episode. I guarantee it.


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


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    Greetings, Earthling! This episode marks the beginning of Junk Food Dinner's "Sci-fi-ebuary", our month-long tribute cult-y science fiction films. This week, we're joined by long-time friend of the show Kevin Merryman to start things off with our tribute to those little green men from beyond the stars, aliens.

    Up first, the crew of a commercial space ship discovers a nest of eggs on a foreign planet. After one of the crew members is attacked by an unknown organism and brought back aboard the ship, the rest of the crew quickly becomes prey to one of the galaxy's most vicious predators in 1979's Alien. This sci-fi classic directed by Ridley Scott and written by Dan O'Bannon stars Tom Skerritt, Sigourney Weaver, Harry Dean Stanton and Yaphet Kotto.

    Next, a space man disguised as a human comes to Earth, looking for blood that can save his alien race and enlists the help of sexy nurse Traci Lords in 1988's Not of This Earth. This goofy sc-fi sex comedy, directed by Jim Wynorski, is a remake of a 1957 Roger Corman-directed feature of the same name.

    And finally, an intergalactic drug dealer is wreaking havoc on Earth and it's up to renegade cop Dolph Lundgren and his hard-nosed, by-the-book partner Brian Benben to stop him in the 1990 sci-fi action flick I Come In Peace (AKA Dark Angel)

    All this plus witty banter between friends, soundboard antics, nerdy music chat, Junk (voice)Mails, DVD & Blu-ray releases, Nerd News and so much more!

    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 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 gain dead chickens from your love and support.       

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    A long time ago, I reviewed Wishmaster and Wishmaster 2 with the intent to do the whole series (the way I did with Saw an even longer time ago). But I forgot all about it. Or maybe I was just too bummed out to watch the final two Wishmaster films because Andrew Divoff (The Djinn) left the franchise to be a Russian on Lost for a couple episodes. He probably did other stuff in life, too, I guess. And I felt that a Wishmaster divided itself would not be able to stand! Five minutes into this third instalment, my fears were confirmed.

    We begin with a blonde woman having nightmares stemming from her survivor's guilt about her family dying in a horrific accident that she lived through. This is so similar to the first WM movie that it's exactly like the first WM movie. Would you be willing to bet that like WM1's protagonist, this girl gets over her guilt to save the day? We also learn that her name is Diana and she has a boyfriend that she may or may not like. In fact, during an early scene, she finds her boyfriend talking to a girl who tells Diana that her boyfriend is going to cheat on her. I assumed this was a subtle way to foreshadow the fact that the boyfriend would cheat on Diana later in the movie, but I was totally wrong. They're instead foreshadowing the fact that this girl is (mostly) slutty and will be (mostly) naked later because she (totally) comes on to the Djinn.

    Diana, a student of some sort, is toying around with ancient artifacts (i.e. spare puzzle boxes from Hellraiser 6) and finds the Djinn's prison, a small ruby. There were no puzzle boxes in the previous films, so is this a different genie locked in a similar stone? Or the same genie (played by a new guy), but somehow he got locked in a Lament Configuration sometime between WM2 and WM3? And was that the same leprechaun in all the Leprechaun movies? Friday the 13th 5 really fucked with my head at a young age and now I distrust the identities of all slashers.

    Anyway, so Diana discovers the stone and then peaces out on her teacher (cuz he totally tried to hit on her and then gets rejected HARD). Then the Djinn just shows up. He walks out of the bathroom or something and he's just in frame somehow. This is a total bummer and cop out because parts 1 and 2 set the rule that when the Djinn is summoned, he starts out as a weird fetus and needs to get stronger through wishes. I guess they nixed that part of the mythology because money, time and talent weren't part of this director's toolbox. This director, by the way, is only notable for directing WM3, WM4 and a Dexter iPhone app*

    So, the Djinn shows up and we can tell that no one even cared about writing this movie because the professor sees him and goes "Jesus" and the Djinn says "Not even close" and it's like the entire Hellraiser series just passed before your eyes. The Djinn blackmails the teacher into helping him by reminding him of the fact that he's a rapist. He does this by faking an orgasm. It's pretty fucking nonsensical. The Djinn also offers him a wish cuz they're solid bros now apparently. The professor wishes for a hot chick. No! Two hot chicks, he says, catching himself before making the silly mistake of only wishing for one measly hot chick. So, two hot naked chicks show up and start making out with the dude while this hulking demon monster watches and gets visibly aroused. The Djinn is moaning, licking his lips and at one point even cups his hands in the air like he's playing a pair of air titties.

    Then the naked ladies eat the teacher. There's no clever wordplay involved, no saucy pun, no Twilight Zone-esque twist. The guy wished for chicks and he got them. But they killed him. And so the deaths go in this flimsy excuse for a movie. No more cute wish-tricks that we've been accustomed to. The next kill scene involves a secretary (or someone) wishing for "a mountain of flames" to destroy her paperwork so she can go home. I've never seen a "mountain of flames," so I got a little excited. But, then the Djinn just sets her on fire. Well, not her, but a stuntman in a similar cardigan. Not one piece of paper is engulfed. The Djinn didn't even really fulfil the main part of the wish! There's also a death scene where The Djinn is holding a dude by his throat, asking him to make a wish and the dude's all "Blow me, bro!" And the genie just blows air out of his mouth and the dude floats into some antlers on the wall, getting impaled, like he's a bag of moldy Kiefer Sutherlands. But, how cool would this movie be if the Djinn was compelled to grant his wish and reluctantly sucked that dude's dick to completion? I bet the Djinn would feel so violated.

    Then some other bullshit happens. Diana screams, all sweaty, into the camera for a while. And during an obligatory research scene, someone says "The myth of Madea is seriously sick and twisted," which is kind of funny and during a college kid sex scene, the guy goes "Behave!" like Austin Powers, so that brought me back to the good ol' days. There's also a completely needless scene where The Djinn (disguised as the dead professor) teaches a class about how the genies started the Trojan War.

    Diana wishes to be protected by the archangel Michael (because WM2 ushered in all that weird Christian mythology and WM3 is happy to keep on keepin' on) but it's not even cool. Basically all that happens is her boyfriend gets a sword and a deeper voice. Couldn't the Djinn have come up with a way to turn this into a trick wish? He couldn't have summoned John Travolta's character from "Michael" rather than the actual Conqueror of Satan? Seems like a bad move to grant this one wish straight up. He should have pulled some cute shit.

    Anyway, good triumphs over evil and the angel goes back to heaven and blah blah. This movie is terrible and it's easy to see why Andrew Divoff wanted no part of it. I should have had no parts of it, too. That being said, I'll probably watch WM4 soon because I'll fell empty if I don't finish these off.

    *Or maybe it's a short film or a cartoon or a DVD special feature. I can't find much about it.


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    I realize this bit of Nerd News is not that "junky" as there are no giant rubber monsters (unless you count Ralph Nader), but here's a trailer for an upcoming political documentary titled "Of By For." I think if you're into politics, this will be right up your alley. And if you're not into politics, this is probably even more up your alley.

    Of By For Trailer from Old Machine on Vimeo.

    One of the guys behind the film, Aaron Keith Harris is a great dude I worked with for a while and has been on Pool Party Radio a few times. In fact, he was recently on this episode to talk about the documentary and about America's best and worst presidents. It's one of my favorite episodes.

    Check out the website for "Of By For" here for more info and updates on it. And for a list of the people they interview in the movie. Guys like (spoiler alert) Ron Paul, Al Sharpton, Ralph Nader, Gary Johnson, Dennis Kucinich and tons more.


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    Junk Food Dinner keeps on slippin' slippin' slippin' into the future. Or the past. Or you know, wherever. That's right, Junkies, it's time travel week in our Sci-Fi-ebruary celebration! Put your goggle on and let's go!


    Up first, a marvel of science and fiction to be sure. Shane Carruth directs and stars in the 2004 low-budget high-concept head-scratcher - PRIMER. Two friends working on a weekend project in the garage fall ass backwards into a world of ethical troubles and a laundry list of paradoxes when they accidentally invent time travel. Will they figure out the best (if any) way to you use their new found invention? Spoiler: Yes, kind of. But also kind of not. Join us in our confusion!

    Next, a host of slackers from a big fancy magazine set out to find the man who posted the classified ad claiming to need a partner to travel through time with (and who owns their own weapons). Aubrey Plaza, Mark Duplass, Kristin Bell, and more star in this quirky tale about what it means to appreciate the time you have - SAFETY NOT GUARANTEED from 2012.


    Finally, we dip our toes into the ocean of classics as we take a look at Charleton Heston's finest monkey-themed film 1968's PLANET OF THE APES. A crew of astronauts crash lands on a strange (OR IS IT?) planet and meet up with a race of ca-razy apes! Penned by Rod Serling and a monument to effects make-up this one doesn't monkey around. (Sorry.)


    Direct Download, from your pal - Don Lloyd.

    All this plus witty banter between friends, a soon to be classic rant from Parker, soundboard antics, Junk Mail, DVD & Blu-ray releases, little to no Skype issues, Face To Face chat, Nerd News and so much more!

    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/phone sex (It's message season, after all.): 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 gain ear bleeds from your love and support.


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    Moshi-moshi, Junkies! Sci Fi Ebruary is already halfway over (if you believe time is linear, anyway), which means March is coming up soon. Which means JFD will be celebrating its third birthday! Holy Jeez! We've been around longer than all of Andy Richter's tv shows combined! Thanks for supporting us through this crazy journey of self discovery and our transformations into manhood. We're gonna keep on keepin on into our fourth year with more crazy movies, more shocking revelations and more Face to Face Chat!

    And hey! Buying a Junk Food Dinner T-Shirt is a great birthday present to us (and you!) It's win-win. We also accept presents in the form of iTunes ratings and reviews and Facebook "likes". If you have a second, please leave us a nice iTunes review or rating, as it helps other people stumble upon our show and it gives us a glimmer of self esteem.

    Anyway, here's the March schedule!

    JFD150: The Historic 150th Episode!

    • The Devil in Miss Jones 3: A New Beginning (1986)
    • Surf Nazis Must Die (1987)
    • Ghost Dad (1990)
    JFD151
    • Operation Pink Squad 2 (1987)
    • A Million in the Morning (2010)
    • Video Diary of a Lost Girl (2012)
    JFD152: Cult Movies & Basketball
    • Teen Wolf (1985)
    • Monster High (1989)
    • Night of the Dribbler (1990)
    JFD153: Our 3rd Birthday Party
    • Slumber Party Massacre 3 (1990)
    • Child's Play 3 (1991)
    • Toad Warrior (Frogtown 3) (1996)

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    We're on the homestretch of Sci Fi Ebruary with this week's robot theme show!

    First, an amusement park full of androids experiences technical difficulties in 1973's "Westworld." Written and directed by Michael Crichton, this flick features Yul Brynner in his iconic, frightening and influential role as The Gunslinger.

    Next, After his gruesome death, Officer Murphy (Peter Weller) is brought back to to clean up Detroit in RoboCop from 1987. Paul Veerhoeven (Total Recall, Starship Troopers) directs this masterpiece of violent satire.

    Finally, it's up to Harrison Ford to hunt down escaped robots in Ridley Scott's Blade Runner from 1982. Rutger Hauer and Daryl Hannah co-star in this stylish sci fi benchmark.

    All this plus witty banter between friends, soundboard antics, facetoface Chat, Junk (voice)Mails, DVD & Blu-ray releases, Nerd News and so much 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. We gain dead chickens from your love and support.


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    Tonight we've got a really big show! Get it? It's a pun! We're doing three movies about giant monsters!

    First and foremost, the king of the monsters returns to wreak havoc on Japan in Godzilla: 1985. After many years without Godzilla, (in both the story and in real life), the monster returns, threatening Japan with its destructive power, and by causing worldwide nuclear tensions.

    Next, a giant beast rises from the sea in time to crash a party in 2008's Cloverfield. Directed by Matt Reeves (Let Me In) and written by Drew Goddard (Cabin in the Woods), this is a smart, modern (found footage) take on giant monsters.

    Finally, a college nerd is turned into a huge sexy athlete in 2012's Attack of the 50 Foot Cheerleader. Roger Corman produced this made-for-cable late night comedy, that features JFD favorites like Mary Woronov, Ted Raimi and John Landis.

    All this plus witty banter between friends, complete confidentiality, no police involvement, soundboard antics, Donald Lloyd of the Junk Food Dinner Warehouse, Junk (voice)Mails, DVD & Blu-ray releases, Nerd News and so much 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. We gain dead chickens from your love and support.


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  • 03/01/13--15:52: A Spookies Celebration!
  • Hey, dudes. If you've been a long-time JFD listener, you'll know that we fucking love the movie Spookies. This movie has it all: Exploding Grim Reapers, a dude who wears a shirt of himself with a puppet, farting mud mummies, people getting old, blue cat gypsy mens and so much more! Well, last week our own Parker joined the dudes at Bloodbaths and Broomsticks to do an audio commentary for the flick (and to celebrate their 50th episode!). You can head on over to their site to donloyd the commentary along with their interviews with some of the Spookies cast.

    If you're still hungry for more Spookies, be sure to check out our original Spookies episode (it was one of the first ones. A classic!). You can also watch ( ! ) ol' Mark Freado on The A&P Show with some of the Spookies folks to chat up the movie and have some laughs.


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    Behold, Junkies! Another landmark episode! We've hit another milestone in to kick off what we're about to start referring to as Milestone March - it's our 150th episode! Let's dig in!

    Up first, we FINALLY (we know you've been waiting) get to tackle a true classic in every sense of the word - GHOST DAD. Bill Cosby is Elliot Hopper overworked and underloved and he's having a rough day! After hailing the cab of a devout satanist, on the way to broker a huge deal for his company - Hopper ends up at the bottom of a river. He doesn't stay there for long as his restless spirit returns to bang his neighbor, freak out old people, and help his son do magic tricks. Sidney Poitier directs this masterpiece from 1990. 

    Next - a tour of hell filtered through the lens of the Dark Brothers! What could be better? Did we mention this was a porno with a bouncy (see what we did there?) new wave soundtrack? Lois Ayres is Justine Jones in THE DEVIL IN MISS JONES 3: A NEW BEGINNING!

    Finally, another oft requested Troma adventure. The beaches are overrun with gangs (you knew that) but none so notorious as the Surf Nazis. After losing her home to an earthquake and her son to gang violence - Mama Washington wants revenge. And you don't want to get in her way! SURF NAZIS MUST DIE!

    All this plus witty banter between friends, complete confidentiality, no police involvement, soundboard antics, Donald Lloyd of the Junk Food Dinner Warehouse, Junk (voice)Mails, DVD & Blu-ray releases, Nerd News and so much more!

    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. We gain adult terms for reproductive organs from your love and support.


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    Kevin's off this week to hang out at some SXSW thing in Boston, but Mark and Parker hold things down here with the help of friend of the show, Sean Byron and the JFD Grampa.

    First, a girl's supernatural origins cause death for anyone she sleeps with in 2012's "Video Diary of a Lost Girl." We're joined by the director and writers Lindsay Denniberg and Chris Shields to talk about the film, influences, surrealism, Peter North, the benefits of friends in bands and lots more.

    Next, a documentary about marathon movie-watching gets derailed by an exhausted, drunken Gavin McInnes in 2010's "A Million in the Morning." Originally meant to be a straight documentary about a Netflix contest to crown a new world record for most movies watched with no sleep, host Gavin McInnes (VICE, Street Carnage) takes the production dangerously off the rails.

    Finally, a police sting is crashed by ghosts in the 1987 Hong Kong slapstick comedy "Operation Pink Squad 2." Directed by Jeffrey Lau This flick is beyond crazy from start to finish and features non-chalant turd revelations, air humping, remote control helicopter ghost fighters, elves, ghost rape, toe sucking and so much more.

    You'll get all this, Nerd News, DVDs, good times with good dudes and happiness!

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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. Our birthday is coming up and we'd love to get some reviews and ratings as presents!


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    Boom Shaka Laka! The world's #1 cult movie and basketball podcast finally gets around to covering not one, not two, but THREE basketball-themed horror comedies.

    Up first, Michael J. Fox is Scott, a teenager going through some changes. But unlike your average pubescent experience, Scott's transformation into manhood is a bit more supernatural. Fortunately, he is able to use his new found powers to dominate on the court, in the 1985 hit comedy Teen Wolf.

    Then, two goofy aliens steal a doomsday device (shaped like a basketball, of course) and accidentally find themselves on Earth. When the destructive force known as Mr. Armageddon is released from the basketball, he unleashes an army of monsters onto an unsuspecting high school. Now the helpless teens need to take on Mr. Armageddon in a game of hoops to save the world in 1989's Monster High.

    And finally, a high school basketball equipment manager is trying to make the team while the team's captains are being picked off one by one by a mysterious killer. Meanwhile, famous impressionist Fred Travalena hams it up as multiple characters in the extremely wacky Night of the Dribbler from 1990.

    All this plus witty banter between friends, soundboard antics, Mark's second to last show, songs about basketball, intense Junk (voice)Mails, DVD & Blu-ray releases, Nerd News 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 gain the ability to dunk from your love and support.        

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    April's gonna be a wild and emotional month for Junk Food Dinner. Famed Spectacle Theater Dumper, Mack Friendo is departing. How will Kevin and Parker recoup? Candarian Demons, Revenge and Corey Feldman: That's how!

    You'll also notice the mysterious question marks on the listener suggestion show. We'll have more info on that next week. Stay glued to your podcast device, dudes!

    JFD154: The New Co-Host Emerges!

    • Tiger on the Beat (1988)
    • Bad Boy Bubby (1993)
    • Witch Hunt (1994)
    JFD155: Evil Dead Theme Show
    • The Evil Dead (1981)
    • Evil Dead 2: Dead by Dawn (1987)
    • Evil Dead (2013)
    JFD156
    • Burst City (1982)
    • Ragewar (aka The Dungeonmaster) (1984)
    • Rock & Roll High School Forever (1991)
    JFD157: Listener Suggestion Show
    • ???
    • ???
    • ???
    JFD158: Death Wish Theme Show
    • Death Wish (1974)
    • Death Wish 2 (1982)
    • Death Wish 3 (1985)

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  • 03/24/13--18:12: Choose Your Own Episode!
  • In a few weeks, on JFD157, we'll be doing a whole show full of the listener-suggested movies you've emailed or voice-mailed or tweeted in. But here's the rub! We only do three movies a show, and we get literally thousands of suggestions a day. So each of us hosts are picking three of the suggestions and then you Junkies (should you choose to accept the mission) will vote on those nine and whittle them down to three. Hopefully we'll be left with the cream of the crop. Here are our choices and you can vote using the little widget deal in the top left. We're also including the trailers so you can make an informed decision. This isn't a presidential election or some dumb shit, after all.

    The Boy Who Cried Werewolf (1973)

    The Super Inframan (1975)

    Devil's Rain (1975)

    Phenomena (1985)

    The Stabilizer (1986)

    Aswang (1994)

    Versus (2000)

    Funky Forest (2005)

    Bellflower (2011)


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    It's our third birthday and our cake is frosted with tears. After three trips around the sun (and hundreds to the moon) Mark is stepping down. It's not all sad though, you get to find out who is taking his place (Spoiler: you'll feel pretty good about it), and obviously we're gonna talk about some movies and crack jokes. Since it's a celebration we're skipping Nerd News and DVDs this week so we can share our top 3 and bottom 3 picks of films we covered on the show from this last year. We know you're thinking "Dang! That's a lot already, what else though?" Well, we'll tell you what else.

    You know how much we like themes and running jokes and stuff right? Well it's our third birthday so naturally we thought it would be fun to take a look at three Part 3's. The catch was we had to have already covered parts 1 and 2.

    Up first, it's more pillow fights and sleepless nights. After a rousing game of beach volleyball some teens get together to eat dessert and talk about boys, but you can't sleep with the sound of a roaring drill in your ear! It's 1990's SLUMBER PARTY MASSACRE III!

    Next, Donald G. Jackson, Scott Shaw, and some friends got together under and overpass and decides to make another Frogtown movie. It's zen filmmaking and yes you have been reading all of this correctly. Can you believe how long ago we covered HELL COMES TO FROGTOWN? Man, time flies. (Get it?) Anyway, we're talking FROGTOWN 3: THE TOAD WARRIOR.

    And finally we get all dolled up, just for you guys. Chucky returns with teeth and tenacity and also the ability to mail himself around. It's military school mayhem with plenty of one liners to boot. CHILD'S PLAY 3 rounds out this landmark episode.

    All this plus witty banter between friends, complete confidentiality, no police involvement, soundboard antics, Donald Lloyd of the Junk Food Dinner Warehouse, Junk (voice)Mails, quips from Grandpa, Boys II Men tributes, and so much more! 


    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. We gain medicine for our Grandpa from your love and support.


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