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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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    The Randomizer 5000 picked our movies this week. Whether we like it or not.

    First, Punk Rock Eats its Own: A Film About Face to Face. We chat about this 2006 documentary charts the career of the So-Cal punk band that made their name during the '90s punk explosion.

    Next, baby Fairuza Balk stars in the made-for-tv nostalgia trip "The Worst Witch" from 1986. You probably know about this movie either from childhood or from Tim Curry signing a dumb song about dogs turning into cats.

    Finally, we look at David Lynch's acclaimed 1990 surreal road trip flick "Wild at Heart." Nic Cage and Laura Dern star as two young lovers, running away from their parents and the law while running into various skeezy weirdos.

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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). And, please, take a moment to like us on Facebook or leave a review/rating on iTunes!!


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    Violence! More Violence! And misguided comic book adaptations! There's something for everyone on this episode of Junk Food Dinner.

    This week we take a look at hometown hero Jim Van Bebber's low-budget debut feature Deadbeat at Dawn from 1988. Written, directed, produced and starring Van Bebber, this gritty teen gang revenge flick was filmed in Dayton, Ohio and features some intense action and and gore as leader of the gang The Ravens, Goose (you guessed it, Van Bebber), seeks revenge on his rivals after his girlfriend is murdered.

    Then, we get another dose of revenge and violence, this time by way of Korea, as we explore I Saw the Devil from 2010, directed by Kim Jee-Woon (The Last Stand,The Good, The Bad, The Weird). When special agent's (Byung-hun Lee) wife is kidnapped and murdered by a vicious serial killer, played by Min-sik Cho, he sets out on a path to revenge via a twisted game of cat and mouse.  

    And finally, in honor of Independence Day, we watch Captain America! No, not the 2011 one with Chris Evans... nope, we're doing the 1990 one directed by cult-miester Albert Pyun (Radioactive Dreams, Cyborg, Alien from L.A.) and starring Matt Salinger  as the patriotic super hero from the 1940's who gets frozen and brought back in the 90's to once again do battle with the evil Red Skull.

    All this plus witty banter between friends, Nerd News, this week's DVD & blu-ray releases, complete confidentiality, no police involvement, stories about flaming King Kongs, civic pride, Donald Lloyd of the Junk Food Dinner Warehouse, Junk (voice)Mails, and so much more!

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

    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 jumbo giant jellyfish from your love and support.    

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    Enjoy three Ghoulish tales this week, Junkies!

    First, Kevin McCarthy ("UHF," "Invasion of the Body Snatchers") unleashes demons on campus during prank week in "Ghoulies III: Ghoulies go to College" from 1991. John Carl Buechler ("Friday the 13th VII," "Troll") directs this straight-to-video cheesefest that features Matthew Lillard as a frat boy.

    Next, in a dystopian future, a man goes after the gang that murdered his brother in 1988's "Death Collector." This flick mixes genres to create a sci-fi/Western/noir.

    Finally, a wholesome, yet violent, family of aliens come here for a vacation in "Welcome to Planet Earth" from 1997. This movie was made for Showtime's "Roger Corman Presents" imprint and stars George Wendt as the patriarch of the extraterrestrial family.

    All this, Nerd News, new DVDs, no police involvement, complete confidentiality, occasional black outs and The Ramones.

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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 jumbo giant jellyfish from your love and support.


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    THIS PODCAST SHOULD BE PLAYED LOUD.
    A miracle has befallen us this week, as the formerly deceased Mark Freado Jr. has rejoined the podcast for a week (sans Parker). And boy do we have a doozy of a line-up for his glorious return: THE ABOMINATION (1986), KITTEN WITH A WHIP (1964), and THE DRILLER KILLER (1979)! In order to achieve the maximum Freado effect, we suggest recording this episode to cassette tape before listening to it.
    First up, we face the absolute desolation brought upon us by THE ABOMINATION (1986), directed by independent Texan filmmaker Bret McCormick. Awkwardly badass mulleted nerdy dude Cody ends up with more than he bargained for when faced with the prospect of continually feeding live humans to The Abomination, a demon creature that hangs out in his kitchen cupboard after being transformed from a tumor his mother coughed up one night that then crawled into Cody's mouth. Sounds simple, right? It's a wild one.
    Next on the show, we tell all the creeps to cool it and to coexist, as we check out KITTEN WITH A WHIP (1964), starring the lovely Ann Margret. Featuring a home invasion and blackmail scheme by some pesky beatniks, you might say it's the cat's meow, or something.
    Finally, we pay tribute to Mark's adopted hometown of NYC with Abel Ferrara's directorial debut, THE DRILLER KILLER (1979). Gritty New York street scenes combined with super-bloody head-drilling scenes adds up to an entertaining splatfest, and maybe even something more.
    All this plus Nerd News, DVD releases, your Junk Mail, Parker Predictions, no police involvement, confidentiality compromised by NSA, power tools, and cool daddy-o's.

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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 free porto-packs from your love and support.


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    If you've been around the JFD block, you know that for three years, we've been celebrating Schlocktober every October. A time when we set aside all other genres and do a full month dedicated to horror. Each week, we pick a movie monster and do a theme show to celebrate it. Earlier this year, we introduced Sci Fi-Ebruary, a month long celebration of science fiction. And now, gentle junkie? Enter Junk Food Dinner's first Shock & Awegust: a month dedicated to testosterone and action flicks!!

    JFD173: War Week

    • Dark of the Sun (1968)
    • Missing in Action (1984)
    • Deadly Prey (1987)
    JFD174: Penitentiary Week
    • Penitentiary (1979)
    • Penitentiary 2 (1982)
    • Penitentiary 3 (1987)
    JFD175: Chase Week
    • The Getaway (1972)
    • Race with the Devil (1975)
    • The Good, the Bad & the Weird (2008)
    JFD176: Kung Fu Week
    • For Y'ur Height Only (1981)
    • Rumble in the Bronx (1995)
    • Kung Fu Hustle (2004)


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    It's that time of year. Ghoul Summer is upon us, creeps! This week, the JFD dudes and reluctant ghoul Mike Dikk, from the Kissing Contest podcast, embrace some self-torture as they fully submerge themselves in three gross, gruesome and of course, ghoulish flicks.

    Up first, a young French woman, Lucie (Mylène Jampanoï), who was kidnapped and tortured as a child, and her friend Anna (Morjana Alaoui) seek justice on the people responsible for Lucie's torture. However, as they get closer to finding her captors, they once again become victims of bizarre and brutal torture in the soul-draining 2008 French ghoul film Martyrs directed by Pascal Laugier.

    Next, we take a look at many people's first exposure to the realm of ghoulish cinema, Faces of Death from 1978. This pseudo-documentary focuses on the subject of death in all it's many incarnations. While there is quite a bit of gross real-life footage of dead bodies and animals being slaughtered, much of the film has been exposed as fake in later years. Nevertheless, this film still remains a hallmark of uneasy cinema and a pioneer in pushing the boundaries of good taste.

    Finally, we get a history lesson in Hungarian history as we take a glimpse into the life of three generations of ghouls in Hungary in the gross-out arty drama-dy Taxidermia from 2006. Directed by György Pálfi this flick combines dick torture, over-eating, puking, love, animal guts, giant cats and, of course, taxidermy. 

    All this plus ghoulish banter between friends, Nerd News, this week's DVD & blu-ray releases, complete confidentiality, no police involvement, stories about lost innocence, Mike being a butthole, Donald Lloyd of the Junk Food Dinner Warehouse, Junk (voice)Mails, and so much more!

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

    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 vats of animal guts from your love and support.    

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    It's time for another summertime jam with your Junk Food Dinner homeboys, as we cover three of the dopest flicks!

    Up first, we meet up with early-90's rappers/actors/famous people Kid 'n Play and Martin Lawrence for the party of the year with 1990's House Party. Will beleaguered student Kid be able to avoid the police, his pops, and the school bullies in order to reach the wild dance party his pal Play his hosting while his parents are out of town? Find out as we discuss this surprisingly blaxploitation-themed gem from our childhoods.

    Then, we head up to the big meatball in the sky and try to prevent the Earth's destruction from an impending astroid collision, but end up unleashing a fate far worse with 1968's The Green Slime! This Japanese/American co-production is one of the more bizarre and campy classics of 60's science fiction, with rubbery monsters and terrible miniatures.

    Finally, we hit the mean streets of the San Fernando Valley with Linnea Quigley, Ginger Lynn and friends with the first entry in Rick Sloane's USA Up All Night movie series, 1989's Vice Academy. Are the goofy antics of this sexy police squad worth watching, or is this just a silly Charlie's Angels / Police Academy spoof worth forgetting? Tune in to find out.

    All this plus witty banter between friends, Nerd News, this week's DVD & blu-ray releases, complete confidentiality, no police involvement, Public Enemas, listener tech support, sexy Italian ladies, Junk (voice)Mails, and so much more!


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    Got a movie suggestion for the show, want to give your opinion on a movie we talked about or just want to tell us we suck? Drop us a line at JFDPodcast@gmail.com. Or leave us a voicemail: 347-746-JUNK (5865).
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    We're celebrating our 500th movie movie reviewed on the show this week!! We're doing an audio commentary for the movie you guys picked, Escape from New York. And, as an added bonus: The gang's all here. We're joined by former podcaster, Mark Freado!

    We wanna thank all you dudes for supporting us through 500 movies and 172 episodes, so this is a bonus episode. JFD173 (the first episode of Shock and Awegust) will be up this week, too. So, if you guys feel like you wanna support us some more, you can Go to our iTunes and subscribe, rate or review the show. This will help other people find our little show and your reviews will sell them on why they should listen to JFD rather than crummy podcasts like Marc Maron or Adam Carolla or Pool Party. You can also like us on Facebook and chat with us about movies and whatnot. You can also get fashionable and get one of the last remaining JFD shirts from Hide the Bodies.

    Remember: This is NOT a real episode of JFD. You should watch Escape from New York while listening. We'll be commenting on the movie and there are occasional stretches where we're not talking because Adrienne Barbeau's boobs are on screen. Also, due to the way we recorded this so that the movie's audio wouldn't pick up, we have a little less audio quality than normal. Sorry.

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    Hey, you, Junk Food Junkies! You've been asking yourself, how can I get more JFD into my life? I'm already subscribed on iTunes, you say, and I'm already pouring over your every tweet and Facebook jam, you claim, while rocking one of your many JFD t-shirts. Until now, your options were limited. But now, we have an exciting new development to announce: the arrival of the ultra-limited Parker Bowman action figure!

    This Parker Bowman action figure was hand crafted in felted wool by friend of the show Xiangzi Li. It stands a stately 9" tall, and is ready to kick frog ass at a moment's notice. This ultra-limited, super-luxurious fine product is presented in an edition of 1, making it even rarer than the rarest Blood Lake videotapes.

    How can I get my grubby paws on this work of art, you ask? Well, we've devised a clever way for you, the listener, to provide us with free slave labor in exchange for fame, glory, and a miniature Parker for your desk/mantle/altar. We are accepting submissions for a new Junk Food Dinner logo, and the lucky winner will receive their very own Parker in the mail. Here are the details:

    JUNK FOOD DINNER LOGO CONTEST!!

    1. Please send your logo submission to JFDPodcast@gmail.com with the subject "Logo Submission".
    2. We will be accepting submissions until at least November 1st, so take your time, dudes.
    3. Vector art would be sweet. Pixels are okay too but please try for at least 1024x1024 or larger.
    4. Get creative and come up with something you feel captures the spirit of the show. There are no restrictions!
    5. As an added bonus, one random entrant will receive an awesome THANKSKILLING POSTER in the mail! It's a sweet full-size double-sided one-sheet, too!
    6. We'll reserve the right to use any submitted images in any context we see fit, but we will credit the artist whenever possible.


    DISCLAMER: We, the makers of the JFD Parker Bowman Action Figure™ cannot provide any warranty for this product; specifically, we cannot provide assurance this doll will not, when you are safely tucked in your bed, arise from its stasis and become not only sentient but murderous. Should this happen to you, do not attempt to chase him to the factory where he was created, nor should you let him follow you to military school.


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    At ease, soldier! Get ready for guns, muscles and explosions as we kick off Shock & Awe-gust, our month-long salute to the craziest action flicks ever with a balls-to-the-wall WAR/COMBAT-themed show!

    Up first, what happens when a covert mercenary training camp kidnaps people to hunt for practice, only to accidentally capture an elite, specially trained killing machine in the form of Ted Prior? Well, if you've seen any adaptation of The Most Dangerous Game, you probably have a good idea. But nevertheless, we revel in the ridiculous over-the-top action that is David A Prior's Deadly Prey from 1987.

    Then, Chuck Norris is a Vietnam veteran who won't rest until all of his war buddies, who are still prisoners of war in 'Nam, are freed. So, before you can say "revisionist history", Chuck and his pal M. Emmet Walsh are tearing through the Vietnamese jungle killing everything in sight in the1984 Cannon Films action flick Missing in Action directed by Joseph Zito.

    And finally, Rod Taylor is a mercenary hired to rescue a group of Europeans, not to mention a shitload of diamonds, from the African Congo along with his team, a drunk, an ex-Nazi, a young Jim Brown and the beautiful Yvette Mimieux. Along the way there is a lot of gun battles, a chainsaw fight(!), train explosions and good old fashion hand-to-hand combat in 1968's Dark of the Sun directed by Jack Cardiff.

    All this plus witty banter between friends, Nerd News, this week's DVD & blu-ray releases, complete confidentiality, no police involvement, a chance to win a Parker doll, classic punk rock, rear projection, Junk (voice)Mail, and so much more!
     
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    Got a movie suggestion for the show, want to give your opinion on a movie we talked about or just want to tell us we suck? Drop us a line at JFDPodcast@gmail.com. Or leave us a voicemail: 347-746-JUNK (5865).

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    Shock & Awegust continues as we discuss Jamaa Fanaka's "Penitentiary" trilogy.

    First, Martel "Two Sweet" Cordone is locked up for a crime he didn't commit and must fight for his freedom in 1979's "Penitentiary." Too Sweet must navigate through dangerous land mines like stabbings while trying to avoid becoming someone's property.

    Next, Too Sweet is a free man, but must fight for revenge and what's right in 1982' "Penitentiary 2," co-starring Mr. T. Ernie Hudson takes over the role of Half Dead, Two Sweet's arch enemy from the first movie, who's seeking revenge on Too Sweet, who just wants to live a peaceful life.

    Finally, after being slipped a drug that induced a murderous fugue state, Too Sweet's back in prison and has to fight with his guts in 1987's "Penitentiary 3." Too Sweet must contend with the arch villain Serenghetti and a small creature played by The Haiti Kid.

    All this, DVDs, Nerd News, Junkmails from the original Too Sweet and Kyle from Kentucky, No Police Involvement, 100% confidentiality and Guts.

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    Buckle up, knuckleheads! Junk Food Dinner's first annual SHOCK & AWEGUST drives onwards with this week's action themed show: Chase Movies! Join us as we examine three very different cult chase films.

    Up first, Steve McQueen plays an ex-convict on the run after a failed bank heist threatens to send him back to prison in Sam Peckinpah's 1972 film THE GETAWAY! Low-key heist scenes, fast-paced chase scenes, and casual barbecue rib tossing collide in this movie written by Jim Thompson and Walter Hill!

    Then, we race over to 1930's Manchuria, where three ruthless men chase each other across desert wastelands in search of a treasure map in South Korea's 2008 comedic western action flick THE GOOD, THE BAD, THE WEIRD. Director Kim Jee-Woon and star Byung-hun Lee of I Saw the Devil re-team for this cartoonish tribute to spaghetti westerns, and are joined in the process by actors Woo-sung Jung (Reign of Assassins) and Kang-ho Song (The Host).

    Finally, take out the ol' RV for a leisurely drive across Texas, until murderous Satanists force us to RACE WITH THE DEVIL in this 1975 grindhouse classic starring Peter Fonda and Warren Oates. Marvel at the wonderful features of this luxury Winnebago, from the essentials like the Roman Bath to the exotics like the Live Rattlesnakes, as we barrel down the highway towards Amarillo.

    All this plus witty banter between friends, Sad Nerd News, this week's DVD & blu-ray releases, bad skypeness, complete confidentiality, no police involvement, bullshit CG hawks, the return of the Sweet Man, finger choppers, Junk (voice)Mails, and so much more!


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    Got a movie suggestion for the show, want to give your opinion on a movie we talked about or just want to tell us we suck? Drop us a line at JFDPodcast@gmail.com. Or leave us a voicemail: 347-746-JUNK (5865).
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  • 08/23/13--23:17: JFD's September Calendar!
  • September is right around the corner, Junkies. It's that silly time of year that is no longer the action-packed Shock & Awegust and isn't yet Schlocktober. And, dudes, we got some weirdo movies this month. No theme shows, just random encounters.

    Also, this month, our Parker Action Figure Contest continues. Draw us a new logo (and send it to jfdpodcast at gmail.com) and, if we like yours best, you'll win the Parker Action Figure and a Thankskilling 3 poster signed by the creators! And if you leave us a rating or review on iTunes, you'll win our respect and love.

    Anyway, here's the schedule!

    JFD177: w/ guests The Badland Girls!

    • Ms. 45 (1981)
    • Repo Man (1984)
    • Fast Food (1989)
    JFD178
    • Blood Diner (1987)
    • Perfect Blue (1997)
    • The Canyons (2013)
    JFD179
    • Mr. Vampire (1985)
    • Remote Control (1988)
    • Los Bastardos (2008)
    JFD180
    • Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia (1974)
    • Test Tube Teens from the Year 2000 (1994)
    • The Oogieloves in the Big Balloon Adventure (2012)


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    The bad news is; Shock & Awe-gust is almost over. The good news; we're going out with a bang... er, a punch with our Kung Fu Comedy (KFC) theme show!

    Up first, we see international superstar/Filipino dwarf Weng Weng do his best James Bond impression all while dealing kung fu blows to an evil crime syndicate in 1981's For Y'ur Height Only. Bad dubbing, wacky gadgets and awkward love scenes abound in this certified cult classic.

    Then, Hong Kong film veteran Stephen Chow writes, directs, produces and stars in one of the most stylish, funniest and prettiest kung fu movies ever made, 2004's Kung Fu Hustle. When The Axe Gang terrorizes the residents of a poor neighborhood Pig Sty Alley, they soon learn that they fucked with the wrong 'hood as several of the residents also happen to be kung fu masters.

    Finally, actor, stuntman and all around badass Jackie Chan punches his way into America's heart, after being an international star for years, in the 1995 kung fu action flick Rumble in the Bronx.Chan comes to America and gets harassed by a gang of street thugs for his troubles. But needless to say, Jackie returns the favor with some expert kung fu and stunt work in this nostalgic favorite.

    All this plus witty banter between friends, Nerd News, this week's DVD & blu-ray releases, Junk Mail, complete confidentiality, no police involvement, a chance to win a Parker doll, feelin' old and much more.

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    This week, we're joined by our podcat bros, The Badland Girls!!

    Rhea and Destiny bring us a tale of vigilantism and revenge on the male species in Abel Ferrara's "Ms. 45." In this 1981 flick, Thana is a girl in New York who has a bad day when she's assaulted and raped. But this leads her to indiscriminately start killing off anyone she sees with a penis. And maybe dogs, too.

    Next, Emelio Estevez is an angry young punk in LA who gets a job repossessing cars in 1984's classic "Repo Man." Directed by Alex Cox and co-starring Harry Dean Stanton, this is a tale of aliens, consumerism and The Circle Jerks.

    Finally, two college slackers steal their friend's hamburger stand and develop a sauce that makes their customers horny in 1989's "Fast Food." This comedy was directed by Michael A. Simpson ("Sleepaway Camp" 2 & 3) and stars Jim Varney ("Ernest"), Traci Lords ("Crybaby"), Kevin McCarthy ("UHF") and Michael J. Pollard & Pamela Springsteen from the Sleepaway Camp movies. It's a real who's who of JFD classics.

    All this, DVDS, Nerd News, LA punk bands, pornos that will make you horny, and so much more.

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    Our weird September continues with a trio of flicks that have pretty much nothing in common with each other, except that we had to watch them, and now you'll have to hear us talk about them!

    First on the show is BLOOD DINER from 1987! Directed by Jackie Kong, this horror comedy is an homage to the classic HG Lewis Blood Feast, but also much more. It features one of the finest deep-fried-topless-girl-head-decapation scenes in all of cinema, we're sure you'll agree.

    Next, we head to the Hollywood Hills with Lindsay Lohan and a gaggle of porn dudes for 2013's THE CANYONS. Funded by Kickstarter, this is writer Bret Easton Ellis and director Paul Schrader's film that is about something. Yeah, something. It has some boobs.

    We close out this week's episode with a rare JFD foray into anime territory with 1997's PERFECT BLUE! This psychological thriller from animation legend Satoshi Kon uses hyper-detailed artwork to convey a Brian DePalma-esque story of insanity, sexuality, and violence.

    All this plus witty banter between friends, Nerd News, this week's DVD + blu-ray releases, Foot Locker logos, complete confidentiality, no police involvement, Lohan Boobs, voicemail marathons, the VHS section of Amoeba Music Hollywood, and so much more!


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    Strap in, Junk Food Junkies because JFD is back with another mind-warping episode chock full of murder, vampires and VHS tapes.

    Up first, Amat Escalante takes us on an ultra-realistic ride through a day-in-the-life of two Mexican day laborers who are hired to torment a suburban woman in 2008's Los Bastardos starring Jesus Moises Rodriguez, Rubén Sosa and Nina Zavarin.

    Then,Ching-Ying Lam plays a Chinese necromancer who is called upon to exhume the body of a local millionaire. But when the body rises from the grave as a vampire, it's up to Lam and his lackies, played by Siu-hou Chin and Ricky Hui to use their knowledge and cunning to take on the vampires (as well as bumbling cops and sexy female ghosts) in the 1985 Hong Kong horror comedy Mr. Vampire.

    Finally, Kevin Dillon plays cosmos, a teenage video store clerk who uncovers a sinister alien plot to take over the world through a cheesy 50's sci-fi flick on VHS. He and his pals Deborah Goodrich, Christopher Wynne and a young Jennifer Tilly must take on an evil conspiracy and destroy all the tapes they can in Jeff Lieberman's Remote Control from 1988.

    ***Our apologies, as Kevin sounds very Freado-esque during this recording***

    All this plus witty banter between friends, Nerd News, this week's DVD & blu-ray releases, Skype noise, complete confidentiality, no police involvement, a chance to win a Parker doll, Dr. Who smack talk and much more.

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    Hey, Junkies!! It's that time of year again! Our annual Schlocktober is upon us! If you're not familar with what we do for October, it's pretty intense. Much like Shock & Awegust and Sci-Fi Ebruary, we dedicate a whole month to one genre (horror) and each week is dedicated to a different movie monster theme show. We're doing things a little different this year, though. If you wanna look at/catch up on past Schlocktobers, you can. Schlocktober III was made up of episodes JFD129-JFD133. Then, JFD79-JFD82 made up Shlocktober II JFD28-JFD32 made up the original Schlocktober.

    In the past, we've done "Vampire Week" or "Zombie Week," but this year, we're dedicating our weeks to more specific movie monsters. Slashy movie monsters. Some would say the best movie monsters.

    JFD181: Freddy Week

    • A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)
    • A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy's Revenge (1985)
    • A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: The Dream Warriors (1987)
    JFD182: Jason Week
    • Friday the 13th (1980)
    • Friday the 13th Part 2 (1981)
    • Friday the 13th Part 3 (1982)
    JFD183: Leatherface Week
    • The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974)
    • The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 (1986)
    • Leatherface: Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3 (1990)
    JFD184: Chucky Week
    • Bride of Chucky (1998)
    • Seed of Chucky (2004)
    • Curse of Chucky (2013)
    JFD185: Michael Myers Week
    • Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers (1988)
    • Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers (1989)
    • Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers (1995)


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    It's a doozy of a week, as this episode features what is probably the three most different movies the world has ever known.

    First, a bartender's on a road trip to collect a bounty on a severed head in Sam Peckinpah's "Bring me the Head of Alfredo Garcia" from 1974. This flick was hated by audiences and critics at the time of its release, but has gained ground as a cult classic.

    Next, in a dystopian future, sex has been outlawed and two dudes travel back to 1994 to save Earth in "Test Tube Teens from the Year 2000" (AKA "Virgin Hunters"). Director David De Coteau brings this soft core sci fi as the debut film from Full Moon's "Torchlight" imprint.

    Finally, puppet creatures throw a birthday party for their pillow in the 2012 kids flick "The Oogieloves in the Big Balloon Adventure." Despite hot stars like Christopher Lloyd and Cloris Leachman, this movie broke the record for biggest financial bomb in history.

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    Our annual tradition of Schlocktober has returned, and it kicks off this week with a Freddy fanatic's dream show, as we dive into the first three movies in the legendary A Nightmare on Elm Street series!


    We start, of course, where it all began with 1984's A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET! Directed by Wes Craven, this landmark slasher introduced horror fans the world over to the man of their dreams, Freddy Krueger. Imaginative death sequence set pieces, a fantastic performance by Robert Englund, and surreal nightmare sequences are remembered fondly, but can the curse of silly endings and hammy acting ruin our nostalgia? The only way to know is to listen, and the only way to listen is with your ears.

    Next, we take a closer look at the least fondly remembered of all the Nightmare sequels, 1985's A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET PART 2: FREDDY'S REVENGE. Oddly pervasive homoeroticism combine with a different take on the Freddy mythos that is more possession-based than nightmare-based, this entry sticks out like a sore thumb, and not only for its day-glo neon visuals. We try to decipher the meaning of the exploding parakeet in one of this film's more memorable sequences, and in the process, we learn a thing or two about ourselves.

    The first week of Schlocktober comes to and end with our examination of 1987's A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET 3: DREAM WARRIORS! When troubled teen Kristen Parker (Patricia Arquette) is sent to a psychiatric hospital for youths, she is surprised to find the other kids are experiencing the same dreams of Freddy Krueger. She's even more surprised to discover that new hospital staff member Nancy Thompson (Heather Langenkamp) knows the dark secret behind their dreams. We delight in all of the kid-bonding and suicide-influenced imaginatively-gory kill sequences as the kids bond together to become the Dream Warriors! Oh, and did we mention that this is a Craig Wasson Jam?

    All this plus witty banter between friends, extremely clean Skype qualities, Freddy News, this week's DVD + blu-ray releases, tennis balls aplenty, complete confidentiality, no police involvement, the musings of a Sweet Man, voicemail manhood, Clu Gulager, and so much more!


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