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.
We bring in the new year with a movie Aaron told us about, a new Drafthouse release called Dangerous Men! After watching the trailer, it was clear we needed to watch it. After copious amounts of tequila, we discussed this very strange picture.
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 an exciting time on the show when we can watch a submission! They might not even know we do a podcast but hey, they know we like movies. Erik's sister recommended the 1982 post-apocalyptic-fantasy-sci-fi-adventure She!
On this week's episode, we did something we've never done before.... We covered THREE movies. That's right. That means we sat through 3 movies in a row and then recorded this VERY long episode after. It was grueling. Aaron's back in town to discuss all three of Neil Breen's movies; Double Down (2005), I Am Here.... Now (2009) and Fateful Findings (2013). Listen up to find out how they all measured up during our ratings! This episode is a healthy 1 hour 45 minutes, so god bless you all.
On this week's podcast we discuss Erik's pick, the 1988 Godfrey Ho monster movie Thunder of Giant Serpent! This is Erik's second time picking a Godfrey Ho movie, the first being RoboVampire. We had our friend and fellow b-movie lover Fallon on to help get in to grave detail the deeper meanings of girls mounting snakes. It get's real analytical-like here on the Second Class Cinema this week so listen up and find out how it may have impacted our ratings!