Avenging Force (1986) is how we avenge force movies after last week. Michael Dudikoff takes over Chuck Norris’ character role in this sort of sequel to Invasion U.S.A. Basically it’s more like American Ninja 1.5.
Excessive Force (1993) is our movie for the week. Joining Producer, Writer and Star Thomas Ian Griffith are Lance Henriksen and James Earl Jones among others. There’s a lot of good ingredients in the mix but the finished product is excessively average.
Second half we discuss a metric tonne of movies including Under the Skin, The Raid 2, The Good The Bad and The Ugly, Spawn, Hudson Hawk and The Goonies. Plus more including listener correspondence. It’s a chalk full of stuff episode. Enjoy!
Can’t Stop the Music (1980) has been a long time standing by in our reserve recommendation pile but its time has finally come. Strangely, however, all the hosts have disappeared save Harlo and Chuck. Guess they weren’t macho enough men to snap into this Slim Jim®.
Second half we keep it brief but discuss All the Boys Love Mandy Lane and the Mad Max trilogy. Plus DDR becomes SDR as we discuss what may be the death knell for the challenge in Stomp the Yard. Enjoy!
Red Scorpion (1988) is our movie of the week. We decided to push this one up in our lineup after realizing it was from the mind of a writer on Power Rangers The Movie but also brought to us by the questionable Casino Jack Abramoff. But hey, it’s Dolph doing what he does best which is being badass and causing explosions.
Step Up 3D (2010) is what happens when a stupid second half project produces a surprise gem to be shared with everyone. This may not only be the best dance movie of all time, it may be the best 3D movie of all time.
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie (1995) is our very unofficial tribute to the idea of KaiJune that ends in a CGI nightmare of sadness. But the bad guy is the best thing about this one.
Do or Die (1991) has us returning to the world of Andy Sidaris once again. It’s been a while since we checked in on ole Donna & Co. and at least this one is a bit more of the wacky we were looking for.
Second half we discuss a ton of movies including Neighbors (2014), the X-Men series, Glengarry Glen Ross, The Running Man, American Psycho and Dredd. Plus DDR continues with Save the Last Dance and Honey. Plus Listener correspondence. Enjoy!
Back in Action (1993) is our movie for the week. Billy Blanks and Roddy Piper kind of massacre their way through some bad guys and it’s a bloody good time. There are so many kicks to the face the we had to make this.
Second half we talk a ton of movies including X-men: Days of Future Past, The Monuments Men, Pompeii, Star Trek Into Darkness, Pain & Gain and Miller’s Crossing. Then we begin Double Dance Reviews with Fame (1980) and Fame (2009). Enjoy!
You Got Served (2004) is how we celebrate episode 227. If you think you got what it takes to review this movie better, bring it. That’s what we thought, chump.
Second half we talk Godzilla (2014) and Her. Then take some listener corresponDANCE. Enjoy!
I, Frankenstein (2014) is our movie of the week. Your friends and neighbors, the Bad Movie Fiends, make the pledge to talk about this movie that has just come into our possession. The missing movie that was originally supposed to come out in early 2013 but found itself in a rabbit hole perhaps should have just been erased. Watch it on Thursday or any given Sunday and you’ll see that in the company of men that there were no reservations about earning a paycheck. Instead we’re happy having conversations with other women like nurse Betty and thank you for smoking. What we’re saying is we’d be fine if this movie neverwas.
Second half we listen to Chuck discuss his odd assortment of movies watched while under the influence of some kind of sickness and then delve deep into listener correspondence. Enjoy!