This 97th Amityville sequel has taken many years to finally get released, and now thanks to Google Play you can see it for yourself. However, we debate if you should bother doing that or not.

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Categories : 2010s, Horror, Podcast, Reviews

Captain America II: Death Too Soon (1979) is the sequel to the Reb Brown Captain America TV movie. This time he’s taking on Christopher Lee and his aging serum, along with a small town full of toughs. Can Cap overcome rude locals and save the day?

After the break Harlo checks in on some overlooked summer movies in The House (2017) and The Hitman’s Bodyguard (2017), BJ isn’t crazy about Donnie Yen’s Kung Fu Killer (2014), Maki loves Nathan For You: Finding Frances (2017) and we all still love Baby Driver (2017).

Want to get in touch with us? E-mail us at bmf@bmfcast.com or call the Garfield Hotline at 910-5JOX-BMF (910-556-9263). Enjoy!

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Categories : 70s, Podcast, Reviews

*truck horn* Hey there good buddy what’s your twenty we’ve got ourselves a long-ass truckin’ movie here based on a novelty song featuring some stunts and whatnot, come back. *truck horn*

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Categories : 70s, Podcast, Reviews

Ninja III The Domination (1984) is an oft-requested Sam Firstenberg/Cannon classic. A mysterious ninja goes on a rampage before succumbing to his wounds, but not before possessing an aerobics instructor who continues the murders. Sho Kosugi is also there to stop the carnage. Yes, this movie is INSANE.

After the break we take a metric ton of listener correspondence to celebrate 400 episodes, but not before Harlo discusses IT (2017) and Thor Ragnarok (2017), Chuck feels Netflix’s Stranger Things 2 isn’t as good as the first season, and BJ discovers just how much he loves Little Shop of Horrors (1986).

Want to get in touch with us? E-mail us at bmf@bmfcast.com or call the Garfield Hotline at 910-5JOX-BMF (910-556-9263). Enjoy!

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This week’s Too Long For BMFcast Prime movie is 1986’s video store and cable favorite F/X, featuring Brians Brown and Dennehy, but also WILLIE DYNAMITE. Willie… Willie D…

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Categories : 80s, Podcast, Reviews

Crash and Byrnes (2000) has a title we couldn’t resist. Two mismatched loose cannons are on a mission to stop a bioweapon and possibly an assassination attempt. What’s not to like? As it turns out, quite a bit.

After the break we cover a ton of ground with Hulu’s Too Funny to Fail (2017), a documentary about The Dana Carvey Show, Chuck is bored by The Dark Tower (2017), Maki revisits Evil Dead and Evil Dead 2 for Halloween, Harlo has his own Tales of Halloween (2015), and we Spielberg it up with War of the Worlds (2005), Minority Report (2002), AI: Artificial Intelligence (2001), and Catch Me If You Can (2002). If that wasn’t enough, we have plenty of hot takes to go around regarding recent Hollywood allegations and how to deal with liking art created by horrible people.

Want to get in touch with us? E-mail us at bmf@bmfcast.com or call the Garfield Hotline at 910-5JOX-BMF (910-556-9263). Enjoy!

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Categories : 2000s, Podcast, Reviews

50 episodes? Wow! We celebrate by watching 1979’s Meteor, for no real reason except that it’s too long for BMFcast Prime. Can Sean Connery and Natalie Wood stop a massive meteor from destroying the Earth? Will they play those pinball machines?!

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Categories : 70s, Podcast

Don’t Kill It (2016) returns Dolph Lundgren to the show, as a demon hunter tracking down a murder demon that hops bodies every time its host is killed. Can a small town sheriff and an FBI agent help him save the day? Or will a gory bloodbath ensue? It might be both in this horror comedy.

After the break Chuck watches HBO’s Spielberg (2017), which leads to discussion of his career, as well as the career of Michael Bay as Bad Boys (1995) is watched and a new BMFcast Extra theme is born. Oh yeah, and the Spider-Man movies get analyzed, as Harlo watched Spider-Man 2 (2004) again.

Want to get in touch with us? E-mail us at bmf@bmfcast.com or call the Garfield Hotline at 910-5JOX-BMF (910-556-9263). Enjoy!

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Delta Force 2: The Colombian Connection is a worse made movie than The Delta Force, yet is somehow a more entertaining movie than The Delta Force? We release a lot of pent up hurricane energy and talk about this one for a LONG time. Enjoy!

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Categories : 90s, Chuck Norris, Podcast

Terrorvision (1986) is another Charles Band production with malfunctioning technology. This time a family’s satellite dish brings a strange alien creature into their home. What happens next is, well, it’s something.

After the break we go nuts with movies current and older with Baby Driver (2017), The Mummy (2017), Ghostbusters (1984), Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017), Mulan (1998), Insidious (2010), Steve Zissou in The Life Aquatic (2004) and Cult of Chucky (2017).

Want to get in touch with us? E-mail us at bmf@bmfcast.com or call the Garfield Hotline at 910-5JOX-BMF (910-556-9263). Enjoy!

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