Top Cop (1990) is how we begin Coptober. Malone is a murder machine of a policeman who looks like the sad amalgamation of Dan Haggerty and Ted Dibiase.
Second half it’s all listener correspondence. Enjoy!
Moon 44 (1990) is our movie for the week and it’s the last movie Roland Emmerich made before breaking into Hollywood proper. There’s space drones, space prisoners, space geeks, space helicopters and space Macolm McDowell.
Spaced Invaders (1990) found its way onto Bluray this week so we decided we should check it out. It’s full of watermelon aliens and wacky townsfolk but a surprising amount of jokes actually work.
Prom Night III: The Last Kiss (1990) is a hard movie to categorize. It’s supposed to be a horror sequel to a prior BMFcast reviewed movie but ends up being much more of a comedy spoof. This probably wasn’t helped by the fact we watched the US DVD cut which is edited down to near TV movie level of sanitized. But somehow we all still enjoy it pretty well.
Second half we discuss Flash Gordon, The Legend of the Drunken Master and Hercules. Plus more including listener correspondence. Enjoy!
Night Visions (1990) has us celebrating the work of the late Wes Craven with his TV movie/pilot about a loose cannon cop and a psychic paired up to take down a serial killer.
Second half we simply walk into the final conversation about The Hobbit series and let things devolve from there. Then tackle some listener correspondence. Enjoy!
Second half we discuss Unfriended, It Follows, Up in the Air and Chuck continues his increasingly unexpected and ill-advised journey through the Hobbit trilogy. Plus a lot of listener correspondence and more. Enjoy!
The Final Sanction (1990) is our movie of the week as we pay tribute to the late David A. Prior and Robert Z’Dar. Ted Prior is back to represent the US in a mano a mano showdown vs. USSR to end nuclear conflict.
The Ambulance (1990) is the movie that finally reveals our dark secret of 2015 by way of Eric Roberts revealing a dark plot to kidnap diabetic victims in New York City. James Earl Jones chews gum and scenery. Many a stuntman is put in harm’s way as well.
Peacemaker (1990) is our latest discovery. It features both Robert Forster and Robert Davi in a tale of dueling space aliens, killer car chases and huge explosions. Who’s good? Who’s bad? Hit play and find out.
In the second half we chat about Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation (and flashback to Mission: Impossible 2). Also, Lost Soul, Wet Hot American Summer (both the film and the Netflix series) and the entirety of Californication. Enjoy!
Lionheart (1990) aka Wrong Bet aka A.W.O.L. brings back Jean-Claude Van Damme and the director of Only The Strong for a street fightin’ good time with a terrific sidekick and an even better final fight.