Prancer (1989) is a Holiday film that neither Chuck nor Harlo have ever seen before, and it produces wildly different reactions. One thing can be agreed on though, and that is that Sam Elliott is awesome. Merry December everyone!

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Categories : 80s, Christmas, Podcast, Reviews

The Last of the Finest (1990) stars Brian Dennehy, Bill Paxton, Joey Pants and Jeff Fahey as loose cannon cops trying to bust up a drug ring. It has moments! And we discuss those moments!

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Categories : 90s, Cops, Podcast, Reviews

The Van (1977) seemed like the proper way to start #Vanuary! Bobby is a sleazy high school graduate who spends his college tuition on a sweet, sweet van. Will it get him the ladies he desperately seeks? Or will it end up with him getting his ass kicked by local bully Dugan?

In the second half it’s the Golden Jox awards for 2017! We reward our favorite movies of 2017 with the coveted award and unanimously pick a movie as our favorite of the year!

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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The Beastmaster (1982) is this week’s Too Long For BMFcast Prime movie, which is a shame that everyone isn’t here to enjoy it… because it’s the goddamn Beastmaster. Childhood memories will be revealed, along with lots of Conan the Barbarian/Destroyer discussion as well. Enjoy!

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Disorderlies (1987) is a Three Stooges-esque comedy starring those ’80s icons(?) The Fat Boys. They’re a trio of orderlies hired to do a bad job by a scheming nephew looking to inherit his uncle’s fortune. We’d say wackiness ensues, but it’s already been stated that The Fat Boys can never be wack.

In the second half everyone is catching up on 2017 movies before next week’s Golden Jox awards, so we get quick takes on Colossal, Dunkirk, The Little Hours, Kingsman: The Golden Circle, Pottersville, Sandy Wexler, Logan Lucky, Detroit, and Atomic Blonde. Holy cow.

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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100 Rifles (1969) stars Jim Brown, Raquel Welch and Burt Reynolds fighting the evil Fernando Lamas in the old west. Features a Jerry Goldsmith score and stunts galore!

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Categories : 60s, Jim Brown, Podcast

Christmas Twister (2012) (aka F6 Twister) helps us celebrate the holiday and returns favorite Casper Van Dien to the show as a disgraced climate researcher hoping to patch things up with his newscaster wife (Victoria Pratt) as a monster tornado interrupts their Christmas season. Not gonna lie, this movie is extra dumb, but we had a lot of fun with it.

After the break we switch things up as we take some listener voice- and e-mails before we get into a giant Star Wars: The Last Jedi (2017) discussion, both non-spoiler and spoilery as hell. Also, really, really long.

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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Mean Guns (1997)… You’d think an Ice-T / Christopher Lambert action movie would be right up our alley, but there’s a wild card involved here — director Albert Pyun. *sigh* Listen for our explanation as to why we’ve now added his named to our list of banned keywords for acceptable BMFcast movies.

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Nighthawks (1981) combines two of our favorites, Rutger Hauer and Sylvester Stallone (along with Billy Dee Williams) in the story of a couple beat cops tasked with stopping an international terrorist. Does this slow burn thriller pay off for us?

In the second half we go nuts with movies, as we’ve all been quite busy watching the movie based on The Room (2003), The Disaster Artist (2017); hit up Netflix for Master of None and the longly-titled documentary Jim & Andy: The Great Beyond – Featuring a Very Special, Contractually Obligated Mention of Tony Clifton (2017); catch up on some new comedies in The House (2017) and Baywatch (2017); get weird with Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets (2017) and weirder with Colossal (2017); and delve into blockbuster fare with Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (2017), Jurassic World (2015) and Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back (1980) and Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2015). That might be the longest sentence we’ve ever put together.

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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Fuzz (1972) is a hard one to talk about, so we go off on tangents like “Why is Burt Reynolds famous?” and “Yul Brynner’s voice: What’s up with that?”

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Categories : 70s, Cops, Podcast, Reviews