Foodfight! (Some Year) is our third “movie” for AniMAYtion. Do your kids love Casablanca, Nazis, product placement, awkward sexual references and TERRIBLE animation? Then this movie still isn’t for them. Or anyone.
Second half we talk about much happier things like going to an advanced screening of Fast & Furious 6. Yeah. That’s more like it. Enjoy!
In this very special episode of BMFcast, we’re joined by the crew of No Quarters to discuss a match made in heaven in game form. Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon is the game that feels like it was specifically made for us. Warning: After a short bit of general talk, we will get heavy into spoilers.
Cats Don’t Dance (1997) is our second movie for AniMAYtion. Spoiler: They totally dance. A lot.
Second half we get into things a bit more relevant to our interests as we talk about Iron Man 3, Pain & Gain, Battleship, Real Steal and more. Yeah that’s more like it. Enjoy!
Be sure to mute the left side and enjoy the classic rock proper style of music that I’m sure they couldn’t afford.
Rock-A-Doodle (1991) is how we kick off AniMAYtion. Oh Don Bluth, what hath you wrought upon this world?
Second half we go positively crazy as we catch up listener correspondence. Enjoy!
Get Crazy (1983) had one job to fill. We needed a true R rated movie to tide our warped minds over before we head into AniMAYtion Month. This one seems to have filled that role and then some. It’s just over 90 minutes of exactly what the title promises.
Second half is our 2013 Summer Movie Preview section where we talk about what we are and are not looking forward to in the coming months. Enjoy!
Red Water (2003) is part two of two for Two Lou Boogaloo. This time we put the Coolio principle to the test once again and throw in a little (well not really) Kristy Swanson to boot. The only thing this killer shark movie needed more of was the shark killing.
Second half we talk Wreck-It Ralph, Jurassic Park 3D, Shaun of the Dead and more. Enjoy!
Route 666 (2001) is finally reviewed by us after many many requests. And on top of that, it’s the start of our very first Two Lou Boogaloo (back to back L.D.P. movies). There’s guns, zombie ghosts, “snappy” dialogue and Lou’s Hype Woman – Lori Petty.
Second half we talk a bit about G.I. Joe: Retaliation, Doctor Who and get a little sentimental about VHS tapes (but not too much). All that and plenty more random. Enjoy!
Guns (1990) is the fifth in the Andy Sidaris series and he’s making a few changes. This time there’s a long wait for nudity, not nearly enough explosions but there is, however, the inclusion of both Erik Estrada and Danny Trejo. Plus we’ll let you know that despite any problems this movie may have, it knows how to end a movie.
Second half we talk random movies but keep our viewpoints clearly in the gutter as we discuss The Rocketeer, Solomon Kane, Perfume: The Story of a Murderer, Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist and Slapshot. Yeah, it’s pretty random. Enjoy!
The Jitters (1989) is our second Hopping Zombie Vampire movie to date. This time it takes place in Canada’s New York from the director of Rock ‘n’ Roll Nightmare. Plus there’s James Hong riffing over plenty of scenes.
Second half we make up for our week off with lots of random movie talk including Oz the Great and Powerful, Django Unchained, Rock of Ages and plenty more. Plus catch up time on listener correspondence. Enjoy!