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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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  • 10/09/13--18:33: Lifesavers: The Movie!

  • Whoa! Check out this video our boy Myles put together! Citing Junk Food Dinner episode #12 as an inspiration, Myles made a whole new movie using clips from the likes of  Ghoulies, Critters, Munchies, Hobgoblins, etc and adding new audio and dialogue! Really cool and fun late night viewing. Check it out!

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    It's time to put on your hockey mask and grab your machete! We're going back to camp!

    First, some morons get the idea to re-open Camp Crystal Lake, despite the locals' warning that it has a death curse and that they're all doomed. Sure enough, a mysterious stalker soons starts slicing everyone up in Sean Cunningham's original "Friday the 13th" from 1980.

    Next, it's five years later and new camp counselors ignore the death curse and party it up at Crystal Lake. Soon enough, a new killer is looking for revenge in "Friday the 13th: Part 2" from 1981.

    Finally, Jason returns to kill again ... this time in 3D! in Steve Miner's "Friday the 13th: Part 3."

    All this plus witty banter between friends, extremely clean Skype qualities, Jason News, this week's DVD + blu-ray releases, complete confidentiality, no police involvement, the musings of a Sweet Man, no suspects, very few red herrings, 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 distill the active ingredient in Hypnocil from your love and support.


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    Shlocktober continues this week and we have three movies that lead to one of the most bizarre podcasts in the annals of American history. It's our Texas Chainsaw Massacre theme show.

    First, a group of kids stumble on a farmhouse full of cannibal rednecks in Tobe Hooper's 1974 ground-breaking "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre." We're introduced to the iconic Leatherface and the rest of the crazed clan in this gruesome satirical horror flick.

    Next, the crazed meat-eating family returns in 1986's "Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2." Made 12 years after the original, Cannon convinced Hooper to return to the franchise with this absurd black comedy featuring Dennis Hopper and Bill Mosely.

    Finally, Viggo Mortensen and Ken Foree star in a new age of sadistic cannablism in "Leatherface: Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3" from 1990. Without Tobe Hooper involved, New Line gobbled up the franchise for this sequel... uh, reboot.... or something.

    All this plus witty banter between friends, extremely clean Skype qualities, Machete Bombs, this week's DVD + blu-ray releases, complete confidentiality, no police involvement, the musings of a Sweet Man, a saw introduced in the first act not used in the third, bones, and so much more!

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    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 distill the active ingredient in Hypnocil from your love and support.


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    Hey, Junkies! We're still knee-deep in Schlocktober, enjoying all the perks and pleasures of ghouldom. But, we're also looking to the future. And the future is November. We're doing something new this month, with the potential for heated conversations. Each one of us is getting our own week to pick a theme and we're picking all three movies that week ourselves. Maybe it's a theme that represents the movies we dig most. Maybe it's just a cool theme we're into. Maybe we're celebrating our favorite actors or Cranksgiving holidays. Maybe it's all of those. Since there are 4 weeks in November and only three of us, the Randomizer is also getting to pick its perfect show, which is sure to enrage us all.

    JFD186: Randomizer 3000: Part IV

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    JFD187: Sean's Horror Novel Week
    • Deadline (1984)
    • Tales from the Quadead Zone (1987)
    • In the Mouth of Madness (1994)
    JFD188: Kevin's Kevin Week
    • 20 Million Miles to Earth (1957)
    • Foxy Brown (1974)
    • Fast Times at Ridgemont High (1982)
    JFD189: Parker's Haim/Feldman Week
    • License to Drive (1988)
    • The Burbs (1989)
    • Crank 2: High Voltage (2009)


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    Schlocktober keeps on rocking through October as we dig into the last three movies in the Child's Play series!


    First up, we check out Ronny Yu's foray into Hollywood filmmaking, the visually impressive road movie horror comedy BRIDE OF CHUCKY from 1998! Brad Dourif returns as the voice of Chucky, joined by Jennifer Tilly and a young/foxy/pre-lady-doctors Katherine Heigl.

    Violins are bad, but Glen (or Glenda?) is good, in 2004's bizarre Hollywood spoof comedy SEED OF CHUCKY. Featuring the acting talents of Redman and a small role for John Waters, this is not only the weirdest Chucky movie, it's one of the weirdest franchise horror movies ever. But is weird good?

    Finally, we spoil the shit out of CURSE OF CHUCKY from 2013! Don't say we didn't warn you, you weird person who cares about spoilers for Curse of Chucky. This is the latest (but apparently not last) entry into the Child's Play series, and features a return to the horror roots of the series.

    All this plus witty banter between friends, Cats in Birthday Hats, Skype-y Sean, Podcat Bro (kinda), Randomizer 5000, Bubble Baths, 13 Year Old Juggalos, 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 harness the power of The Heart of Damballa Amulet from your love and support.


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    Happy Halloween, Junk Food Junkies! As Shlocktober draws to and end, we celebrate with not one, not two but three Halloween flicks!

    Up first, Michael Myers returns to Haddonfield to finally rid the world of his bloodline by going after his 8-year-old niece Jamie (Danielle Harris) and those around her. Of course, Dr. Loomis (Donald Pleasence) returns as well to try and stop The Boogieman before he can get to Jamie in  Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers from 1988.

    Then, wouldn't ya know it, Michael Myers is back picking off fools one by one and forming a telepathic bond with his niece Jamie, who is now a mute confined to a children's mental hospital. And once again, it's up to Dr. Loomis and some bumbling cops to try to put an end to the murders in 1989's  Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers.

    Finally, a young Paul Rudd,  the distant relatives of the Strode family and Dr. Loomis uncover the sinister origins of Michael Myers and try to protect Jamie's newborn baby as once again The Shape returns to ruin Haddonfield's Halloween fun in Halloween 6: The Curse of Michael Myers from 1995.

    All this plus witty banter between friends, Halloween Nerd News, this week's DVD + blu-ray releases, Matthew Sweetman, complete confidentiality, no police involvement, Lou Reed, voicemail marathons, cookie women, and so much more!

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    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 powers of the Thorn Cult through your love and support. 

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    The Randomizer 5000 picked our movies this week. And it seems to hate us.

    First, an Alien searches Africa for his lost brother and some tissues in the 1988 ET- rip off, "Nukie." This South African flick is widely regarded as one of the worst movies ever made.

    Next, an archaeologist meets a shaman invokes a curse that turns his wife into a sexy dinosaur in 1997's "Pterodactyl Woman from Beverly Hills." This flick stars Beverly D'Angelo and was directed by Philipe Mora ("The Howling" 2 & 3) and put out by Troma. Which are all the phrases that the Randomizer looks for.

    Finally, terrorists take over an LA high rise that houses a Japanese business and it's up to Bruce Willis to stop them. Wait. Wrong movie. It's up to Anna Nicole Smith to stop them in 1996's "Skyscraper." Also regarded as one of the worst flicks of all time, Smith seems too hopped up on goofballs to even stand, much less be an action star.

    We also announce the fate of the JFD Logo and the Parker Action Figure!

    All this plus witty banter between friends, Nerd News, this week's DVD + blu-ray releases, Dinosaur Jr., complete confidentiality, no police involvement, no voicemail marathons, no cookie women, more insect fear and so much more!


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    Hey, gang. As we said on the new episode (JFD186), we just can't decide who gets the Parker Action Figure. We've decided that we love more than a few of the submissions and are going to use them for individual things coming up, like the iTunes logo or the website banner or maybe even more soft shirts and stickers. But, who gets the coveted Parker action figure? That's for you to decide! We're gonna post our favorites of the bunch here and then you can vote for your favorite (and most deserving of a tiny Parker) by using the little poll in the top left corner.

    We want to thank everyone who sent something in. We love you for spending any time at all drawing or making something for us. You guys really put a skip in our step with all these cool submissions.

    #1 Chainsaw VHS

    #2 Garbage Pail

    #3 Old School Class

    #4 Burger Time
    #5 Heavy Doobies
    #6 VHS Dinner

    And, this honorable mention from @Sawfan666 that we won't let you vote for because you'd probably pick it and we'd be stuck with it forever


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    Forget everything you know about Junk Food Dinner's usual movie selection processes! We've upended everything with our brand-new ME-VEMBER Initiative! For the next three weeks, each of your JFD hosts will curate an entire episode as they see fit! This week, get ready for WRITER'S SHOCK! 3 Horror Flicks About Horror Novels! as presented by intrepid Junk Food Rookie Sean Byron!

    To celebrate the Massacre Video release of The Complete Works of Chester Turner (Black Devil Doll from Hell and Tales From the Quadead Zone) on DVD and VHS this week, we chat with Louis Justin, owner of Massacre about the films of Chester Turner! Hear the behind the scenes tales of the DVD commentary recording sessions, learn what Chester is up to today, and find out all about devil dolls who are black and from hell. Afterwards, we dive into our review of Tales From the Quadead Zone, Chester's 1987 horror anthology follow-up to Black Devil Doll From Hell about a woman who reads from a spooky book to her ghost kid. Also, hair gets blown around ever so slightly (woooooooosh).

    Next, a guy whose name sounds sorta like "Mario Ass Party" directed this surprisingly mean-spirited and gory low-budget Canadian thriller about a horror writer's (no, not Stephen King) descent into madness and poor eyeglass selection, in 1984's Deadline! You've never heard of anyone in this movie, but you'll never forget that goddamned farm goat. Bonus: lots of child murder and sexual violence!

    Creepy spoopy touches abound in this later John Carpenter homage to HP Lovecraft, 1994's In the Mouth of Madness starring the underrated Sam Neill! Horror writer Sutter Cane (no, NOT Stephen King!) has disappeared from sight, and his publisher needs to find him, but nobody expects to uncover the mysteries in the small New Hampshire town where he may be hiding. John Glover, David Warner and Charlton Heston appear in minor roles.

    All this plus witty banter between friends, spilling wine and mustard, Skype crackles, Ever So Slight Hair Movements, Shirley Jones's mother's porcelain bell, clown zombies, intense method actor goats, 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 can create outlandish maps leading to Hobb's End by harnessing the power of your love and support. Don't forget to vote in our JFD Logo Contest!


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  • 11/19/13--23:24: JFD December Schedule!
  • The end of the year is upon us, Junkies! In December, we'll go back to our normal style of picking movies, but we will have two theme shows! Obviously, we'll be continuing our tradition of crazy Xmas movies. And we'll also be doing our second Musicals theme show, so get your jazz hands ready. We're taking a week off near Xmas and New Year's and all that so we can work on our muscles to be ready for 2014 and all the weird craziness it brings. Anyway, here's the list!

    JFD190:

    • El Topo (1970)
    • Audition (1999)
    • Superstarlet A.D. (2000)
    JFD191: Musicals!
    • Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Heart's Club Band (1978)
    • Cannibal: The Musical (1993)
    • Hedwig and the Angry Inch (2001)
    JFD192
    • Le Cercle Rogue (1970)
    • The Garbage Pail Kids Movie (1987)
    • The Doom Generation (1995)
    JFD193: Xmas!
    • Black Christmas (1974)
    • The Star Wars Holiday Special (1978)
    • Gremlins (1984)


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     Well, this is Kevin... 's episode of Junk Food Dinner as Me-vember chugs right along.

    This week K-Diggity gushes about three of his favorite flicks and hopes and prays Parker and Sean feel the same way about these beloved classics.

    Up first, Cameron Crowe and Amy Heckerling take us through a year in the life of a group of 80's California high schoolers in Fast Times at Ridgemont High from 1982. Featuring an all-star cast of young actors, including Jennifer Jason Leigh, Judge Reinhold, Phoebe Cates and Sean Penn, this movie raised the bar for teen titty flicks into the stratosphere.

     Next, the JFD crew travel 20 Million Miles to Earth with a crew of astronauts who return from Venus with an alien goo that soon hatches into a giant monster that terrorizes Italy in this 1957 sci-fi staple featuring ground-breaking stop-motion animation work by the incomparable Ray Harryhausen.

    And last but not least, we all fall in love with Pam Grier as Foxy Brown, a super sexy, super bad, one chick hit squad who's out to seek revenge on the no good dope pushers who killed her man. Afros, sexy outfits, evil honkeys, guns, explosions and soul music are plentiful in this exciting blaxploitation classic from 1974 directed by the great Jack Hill.

    All this plus witty banter between friends, Parker's slang goes mainstream, Nerd News, this week's DVD and blu-ray releases, Kyle From Kentucky, mechanical men, Moorcock talk, Sammy Hagar and so much more!

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    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 cum, stay, lay AND pray thanks to 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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    Me-Vember concluded as Parker unveils his Two Coreys theme show that secretly masquerades as a Cranksgiving celebration.

    First, we revist a childhood favorite (well, for some people anyway), as Tom Hanks, Bruce Dern and Corey Feldman and some asshole get paranoid about their new neighbors in the 1989 hit, "The Burbs," directed by Joe Dante.

    Next, we celebrate Cranksgiving with Chev Chelios by discussing 2009's "Crank: High Voltage." The movie continues the adventure of a Hitman who needs to continually recharge his heart while hunting down bad guys and avoiding weirdos.

    Finally, Corey Haim rebels and steals his grandpa's car to take his dream girl on a date in 1988's "License to Drive." Corey Feldman plays Haim's sidekick in this pinnacle of classic Two Coreys Cinema.

    All this, plus Nerd News, DVDs and Blu Rays, the Sweetman, Sean's secret driving history and a bunch of other jazz.

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    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 cum, stay, lay AND pray thanks to your love and support.


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    With our first (annual?) ME-VEMBER in the rear view, we venture bravely onwards with one of the strangest trio of flicks ever covered on Junk Food Dinner! It's going to be a long, strange trip; be sure to pack an appropriate quantity of heavy doobies.

    First up, we tackle Takashi Miike's critically-lauded ghoul movie Audition from 1999! A lonely man is urged by his son to start dating again following the loss of his wife. The man devises an unusual plan to find a woman, but he may not be prepared for the consequences, which are somewhat ghoulish. If you like spoilers, you'll love this review.

    Next, we take in one of the most insanely surrealistic movies ever produced, the Alexandro Jodorowsky's Mexican western / meditation on themes of spirituality and rebirth / human deformity exploitation / crazy-ass movie, El Topo! A mysterious gunslinger clad in all black (Jodorowsky himself) attempts to defeat the four greatest gun fighters in the land, and in the process undergoes a mystical transformation. If you like dwarfism on film, this will be a real treat.

    Last on the show, we examine the under-seen low-fi musical sci-fi fantasy tribute to burlesque and Russ Meyer, Superstarlet A.D.! Directed by John Michael McCarthy and starring Kerine Elkins (both of The Sore Losers), this Troma-distributed oddity follows one woman's search for her grandmother's historic burlesque film across a surreal post-apocalyptic desert landscape! With plot elements designed to appeal directly to the JFD audience, how could this go wrong?

    All this plus witty banter between friends, waiting by telephones, mild Skypeishness, redheads, dwarfs, severed feet, nudie cuties, 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 create human Voltrons out of your love and support. Don't forget to vote in our JFD Logo Contest, which is very nearly over! Apocalypse meow, dudes.


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    This week we give thanks to bullets, punches and explosions as we look at three testosterone-filled action flicks.

    First, hitman Chev Chelios (Jason Statham) has been poisoned by some Chinese shit and has to get revenge before his heart stops in 2006's "Crank," directed by the team of Neveldine & Taylor. The cast also features Dwight Yoakum, Amy Smart and Efrem Ramirez (Pedro from "Napoleon Dynamite").

    Next, everyone is looking for the mico film and everyone gets punched in "American Hunter" from 1990. Directed by Arizal and starring Chris Mitchum, this Indonesian movie perfectly combines unintentionally wacky hijinx with bad ass action.

    Finally, it's your worst nightmare, Butthorn. Mexican Muslim Communists steal an American tank and only Gary Busey can save the day in "1988's "Bulletproof." Also, Danny Trejo is there for a minute and Fred Olen Ray co-wrote it!

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    You dudes have spoken! And it turns out you're super into cartoon robots and alienating fans of Bill Cosby!

    Next week, we'll be recording the review of our 400th movie, which will come in the form of a full audio commentary for "Transformers: The Movie!"

    Here are the results, so you can fully acknowledge how little you care about Kathy Ireland.


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  • 11/28/12--00:05: December Episode Schedule
  • Hey, dudes. Here's our December schedule. We're taking a week off for Christmas because we plan on playing with all our new toys. No worries, though. You can use that week to catch up on old episodes or to listen to Pool Party or Kevin's band or Awful Flix or go to the Spectacle Theater or something.

    Anyway, enjoy this last month of the year and hopefully we don't all die cuz we have some great things planned for January and February!

    JFD138

    • Dr. Detroit (1983)
    • Hologram Man (1995)
    • ThanksKilling 3 (2012)
    JFD139: (Post)Apocalypse Theme Show
    • A Boy and His Dog (1975)
    • 1990: The Bronx Warriors (1982)
    • Miracle Mile (1988)
    JFD140: Christmas Theme Show
    • Blast of Silence (1961)
    • Babes in Toyland (1986)
    • Sint (aka Saint) (2010)
    JFD141: Don Coscarelli Theme Show
    • Phantasm (1979)
    • Bubba Ho-tep (2002)
    • John Dies at the End (2012)

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     This week, to celebrate our 400th movie watched for the show, we sit down to do a full-length feature commentary for a movie of you guys voted on, the 1986 animated epic Transformers: The Movie.

    In this intergalactic war movie based on the popular animated TV series and toy line of the same name, The Autobots (the good guys) must battle The Decepticons (the bad guys) plus a giant robotic planet thing called Unicron. Confused yet? Don't worry, so are we. This surprisingly grim kids' flick (hundreds of robots meet their demise) features the voice talents of Eric Idle, Judd Nelson, Leonard Nimoy, Casey Kasem, Robert Stack, Orson Welles and Scatman Crothers, plus more cheesy 80's rock tunes than you can shake a stick at!

    This is a full-length commentary meant to be listened to WHILE watching along with the film.

    We will return next week with our standard format.

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    This week, Junkies, we've got three humdingers!

    Up first, nerdy college professor Dan Aykroyd is dragged (but hardly forced) into the world of organized crime and prostitution in the Windy City when he takes on the role of DOCTOR DETROIT!

    Next, in the dystopian future of LA, a new a terrifying villain is stalking the streets. For one cop, though, this is a familiar face and it's up to him to put a stop to the rampage in 1995's HOLOGRAM MAN!

    Finally, we're stuffed but that doesn't keep us from coming back for...thirds? That's right. Turkie is back and he's somehow even angrier. The stakes are high as he searches the world over for a lost DVD of the only copy of his lost film as we talk THANKSKILLING 3 from 2012.

    All this plus witty banter between friends, fights in the graveyard at midnight, soundboard antics, Devo, Junk Mail, DVD & Blu-ray releases, Harry Belefonte jokes, Nerd News and so much more!



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    It's been a weird week around the JFD offices. Kevin is out on the open road and, sadly (kind of), Mark was cut down in the prime of his life. But brave Parker carried on and enlisted the help of longtime friend of the show Sean Byron to fill in for Kevin and in a Hail Mary play, got the one and only Jason Frisbie (of Pool Party Radio) to fill in for dear, departed Mark. Just think of this as an episode of Junk Pool Food Party Dinner or something. No matter how you look at it, though, it's a whale of a show.

    Up first, it's 1990 and the authorities have all but given up on the Bronx, letting chaos run the streets. Gangs are everywhere, some of them on roller skates. When young girl and heir to the Manhattan Corp. wanders into the wrong side of town, she must figure out how to navigate the wasteland of the big apple and get out alive. Think of it as The Warriors meets Escape from New York filtered in a way that only the Italians could do it as we take a look at 1990: THE BRONX WARRIORS from 1982.

    Next up a telepathic dog and his human companion must beat feet across a desolate wasteland in search of all the necessities - food, shelter, and (of course) some of that sweet sweet loving that you can only get after the world ends. It's LQ Jones' (who we recently talked about in our review of Bulletproof) post-apocalyptic epic - A BOY AND HIS DOG.

    And lastly, a boy-meets-girl story goes awry after a phone call foretelling doomsday interrupts a pretty normal (but really really long) first date. Was the call real? Are these truly humanities final moments? Was this killer Tangerine Dream soundtrack released on vinyl? All these questions and more while we wax poetic on the bleak MIRACLE MILE.


    All this plus witty banter between friends, comma jokes, soundboard antics, boogie down jams, 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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