Jan
20

BMFcast108 – Double Sidaris

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Picasso Trigger (1988) is from the genius mind of Andy Sidaris. If you wanted boobs and things (other than boobs) blowing up, this is your movie. If you wanted a cohesive plot, you’ve come to the wrong place.

 

Second half we ramble on about some movies including The Descendants (2011), Margin Call (2011), Winnebago Man (2009) and of course no talk would be complete without Surf Nazis Must Die (1987). Plus a voicemail and emails. Enjoy!

 

 

Here’s a video preview of us arguing about Batman Returns!

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  1. Blair Russell says:

    What an episode. Besides the usual insanity with an Andy Sidaris film, the second half was greatly entertaining and I loved the arguing over Batman Returns.

    At the end I was quite surprised to hear that there’s going to be a Blaxploitation History Month in February, but I dig it and I hope it turns out well. If not, I’ll look like a total stooge!

    Speaking of that, I’ll make another suggestion for that month: I’m sure it’s been said before and it’ll be said by other people in the future, but an obvious candidate is Dolemite. I mean, that is perfect for a BMFcast movie. Technically it’s pretty terrible but it is SO entertaining it’s a movie I personally give many Jox to. Rudy Ray Moore is tremendous in the lead with his rhymes and near-constant usage of the term motherfucker. Plus, it’s obviously the biggest influence on Black Dynamite, and to me that’s a good thing.

  2. Chuck says:

    Having just watched the first two Dolemite movies recently… no. Nonononononononononono.

  3. Blair Russell says:

    Oh OK. To each their own. I’ve seen more than one Dolemite movie myself and I enjoyed them all.

    And oh yeah, I forgot to mention originally that I have seen The Devil Inside (not The Devil Within). It’s really not worthy of any sort of Spoilcast. Sure, the film is awful and the ending is the biggest middle finger in at least recent cinematic history, most of it is just plain boring so it wouldn’t be too much of a recap.

  4. MusiM says:

    I did change my opinion on the Tim Burton films after the Nolan ones came out. I still think Burton’s are better than Schofuckers but I kind off hate Tim Burton now. I’ll still watch Edward Scissorhands, Beetlejuice, Ed Wood, and maybe Pee Wee but that’s about it. Then again that is quite a few movies which is more than I can say for most directors. I’ll have to finish up listening to this tomorrow.

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