After a month long (and unplanned) break, we are finally back! This episode was recorded with the intention of getting it into October but here we are on Thanksgiving day instead. OH WELL! Erik picked the Japanese cyber-punk, horror movie Tetsuo: The Iron Man. Good pal Jimmy came on to help us discuss this very eccentric, low-budget shocker.
This week's was Erik's pick and he went back to basics. We watched the 1986 karate movie No Retreat No Surrender. Holy mackerel. Erik has been pretty adamant about JCVD as of late so he was very excited to get to this and now we're ALL excited. We've also cross-references some lists and wouldn't you have it Bad Movie Sunday (@BadMovieSunday1) also watched this one! Enjoy!
We're back at watching movies again and boy are our arms tired. It was Erik's pick this week so he decided that we watched the 3rd installment in the unofficial ninja series by Canon, Ninja 3: The Domination. It's great to be getting back in to watching movies for a while and we took it in with our friend Victor. He claims this is the first b-movies he's ever truly watched. It's always fun to show someone a b-movie when they aren't super familiar with them. Their reactions are a lot more honest.
It's just the THREE of us here on this week's episode and we watched Erik's pick, the 1974 blaxploitation film Three the Hard Way. We don't have much experience with these types of movies so we thought it would be a good idea to try this one out. I don't know about you guys but based on the trailer this movie couldn't fail anyone. How did it rank on the Fuck Scale?!
We celebrated Erik's birthday with his most recent pick, the 1986 action movie Never Too Young To Die! We follow Lance Stargrove as he transitions from meek college gymnast to full-blown action hero in just over 90 minutes. There was a lot of jaw-dropping, a lot of rewinding, and an overall sense satisfaction from watching this movie from beginning to end. What did you think of this movie?
We were VERY excited to watch Erik's pick this week. He just recently bought this on bluray and considering we watched Samurai Cop 2: Deadly Vengeance a few weeks ago, it was time for us to watch Deadliest Prey, the sequel to Deadly Prey that came out 27 years later. We did a compare and contrast to Samurai Cop 2 and Deadly Prey whilst expressing our successes and failures. Tune in and listen to us discuss aaaaaall these deadly dads.
Erik's pick this week is the 1983 b-side James Bond film, Never Say Never Again! Coming out alongside Octopussy, this Bond was the unsanctioned bastard that claimed enough rights to call itself a Bond movie. Or so I'm told. We had special guest Tyler on one more time to help even the odds since neither Brittany nor Tom have seen ANY James Bond movie and both Tyler and Erik have watched them all. Listen up!
It's been a bit but we're finally back at it with Erik's pick this week, 1983 ninja classic Revenge of the Ninja!