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.
Second half we talk about Ant-Man and get an interesting phone call on the Garfield Hotline. Check it out and enjoy!
Liberty & Bash (1990) promised us some vets (Miles O’Keeffe and Lou Ferrigno) beating up drug dealers and taking back their streets. Sounds awesome, right? What we actually got was something else entirely, sadly.
Second half we talk Ex Machina, San Diego ComiCon reactions and even squeeze in a couple listener e-mails. Enjoy!
Crash And Burn (1990) is Charles Band’s unofficial sequel to BMFcast classic Robot Jox (now available on Blu ray!) We discover it’s a Robot Jox sequel in name only, though it has its fair share of robots. Will they be enough to make us recommend this low budget sci-fi/horror combo?
After the break we get into all sorts of movie talk as we wrap up last week’s Terminator series discussion and give our thoughts on the brand new Terminator Genisys. Chuck talks about his 3-day weekend movie marathon, Harlo weighs in on Chappie and Maggie, BJ lets us know if Kingsman: The Secret Service is worth your time and we even get a bunch of listener e-mails in. It’s super-sized, so get listening and enjoy!
Think Big (1990) is this week’s cinematic extravaganza, as The Barbarian Brothers return along with Richard Kiel, Martin Mull, Richard Moll, Michael Winslow, David Carradine, the chick from Shakma and Zeus from No Holds Barred. It’s a gagfest that might work in spite of itself? We go inside the comedy mind of the Barbarians and find out. In the second half we talk about Get Hard, and then it’s Terminator Genisys prep as we discuss the first four films in the Terminator franchise. Enjoy!
The King of the Kickboxers (1990) might have our smarmiest protagonist ever in Loren Avedon’s Jake, but at least he’s taking on Billy Blanks’ Khan, among our evilest antagonists ever. After plenty of bizarre training, can he avenge his brother’s death and put an end to a snuff film ring? The bigger question is just how many Jox will we give this movie?
After the break we catch up on some listener e-mails after Chuck gives his take on Will Ferrell and Kristen Wiig’s weird Lifetime movie experiment, A Deadly Adoption. Enjoy!
Loose Cannons (1990) is a “comedy” where Gene Hackman, Dan Aykroyd and Dom DeLuise go on the run, attempting to expose a conspiracy around a sex tape of Adolf Hitler. It sounds a lot better than it actually is.
In the second half it’s all Jurassic World, as Harlo skypes in for our roundtable discussion of the biggest movie opening ever. Enjoy!
The Final Alliance (1990) marks the return of David Hasselhoff to the show. He’s a drifter returning to his hometown to take on a biker gang led by an albino John Saxon. Oh yeah, he has a pet puma. Sold yet?
White Fury (1990) is our latest foray into the filmography of BMFcast alum David A. Prior (Deadly Prey, Killer Workout, Invasion Force). How does this odd mix of snowboarding and cabin-invasion fare by comparison?
After the break we discuss Kung Fury, the Kickstarter sensation that doesn’t quite live up to they hype for us. Harlo catches up with Rocky III and The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out Of Water (it was a weird weekend), Chuck revisits Contact, and then we answer some listener e-mails. Enjoy!
Ski School (1990) is our latest film, coincidentally just released on Blu-ray this week! A group of asstagonists kind of battle some jock jerks at a ski school. Plus, boobs! And also, a heart? It’s weird.
In the second half there’s more Mad Max: Fury Road talk, because it deserves it. Then Chuck goes on a 1970s marathon with The Omega Man, Jaws 2, Serpico, Dog Day Afternoon, All the President’s Men, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, Rollerball and Lifeguard (featuring a glorious Sam Elliott mustache). BJ checks out the heist film The Art of the Steal, and Harlo checks in with Rodney Dangerfield by watching a double feature of Easy Money and Back to School. Enjoy!