Thrashin' was an attempt by out-of-touch middle-aged men to make a hip and cool skateboarding film. They failed miserably. But I still love it! And so does Nextlander's Alex Navarro! We talk about this fascinating failure, and why we can't hate it despite it's mediocre acting, idiotic story, and absolutely atrocious original music.
Class of 1984 is a fantastic exploitation flick about a high school from hell, its evil bullies, and the poor teachers who just try to teach their damn students. Diamond Feit joins me to talk about this classic late-era grindhouse flick.
Disclaimer: Although this is an over-the-top exploitation film, we do discuss real world school violence at times. Additionally, this was recorded BEFORE the horrific events in Texas.
Your Vice is a Locked Room and Only I Have the Key isn't the best giallo ever made, but it certainly is one of the best-named.
Joe Odber takes a break from chronicling the Mandela Effect weirdos of Reddit to stop by and discuss this lesser-known gem of Italian sleaze, which features just about every depraved act you can possibly imagine, and then some.
So yeah, content warning for this one. Seriously.
Once upon a time there was a man named Snakey. He liked snakes more than he liked people. One day, a lot of the people he didn't like made him angry and he decided to get his revenge.
You can probably guess where this is going but I swear to you that Fangs (aka Snakes aka Holy Wednesday aka Snakelust) will leave you guessing to the end, thanks to its fantastic script, hilarious dialogue, and a breathtaking performance by former radio star Les Tremayne as Snakey!
Madeline Koestner returns once again to talk about Snakey, snakes, and incredibly convenient ways to dispose of bodies and cars.
Shane Bettenhausen previously graced this podcast to subject me to the awfulness that is The Apple. But he redeems himself today to talk about not one, but two, very good movies - the much belated sequels to Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho!
Are they as good as the original? Of course not, but they're both damn fine films that you need to see. We discuss how these fascinating films got made, and go over them in gory detail, so spoilers abound! Make sure you see the movies before you listen to this one!
Very happy to have Rob Hill from the Bad Movie Bible joining me today to discuss a forgotten piece of Bondsploitation, 1967's Deadlier Than The Male!
This 60s update of the Bulldog Drummond books (which themselves inspired the Bond films), turns the character into a suave, understated ladies' man (of mystery) which makes his surrounding world of buxom female assassins, maniacal super-villains, and robotic chess pieces from hell all the more ridiculous.
It sure as hell ain't a classy film, but Rob and I agree that it's a hell of a lot of fun!
An amazing film with a great cast, fantastic crew, and stellar script: Alligator isn't just one of the best Jaws rip-offs ever made, it's one of the best horror comedies ever made. Period.
Madeline Koestner agrees with me, and she took time out of her busy schedule planning the Unnamed Footage Festival to sit down and talk with me about this film that's a downright masterpiece.
Flashdance + The Exorcist + Poltergeist x Ninjas = Ninja III The Domination. Cannon made a lot of crazy films in their time, but this just might be their craziest! Norm from A Question of Character and Anthony Abatte return once more to discuss this legendary train-wreck. And we also use AI to hypothesize a potential Ninja IV!
The ninja cannot be stopped! Anthony Abatte returns to discuss the FAR superior sequel to Enter The Ninja. But he's not alone, Norm from A Question of Character is with him! There was simply too much awesome in this movie for one guest to discuss!
Ninjas were just as much a part of 80s pop culture as big hair, neon, and growing economic disparity, but why? Enter The Ninja, that's why!
While not solely responsible for the ninja craze of the 80s, this flick had a lot to do with it! I'm joined by Anthony Abatte to talk about this utterly mediocre flick, and its bizarre influence on pop culture.