BMFcast153 – Sea Broth


Dinosaur Island (1994) completes Triple Rex 2: State of the Union! It’s a film combining the directorial powerhouse combo of Fred Olin Ray and Jim Wynorski along with the all around powerhouse combo of boobs and dinosaurs.


Second half we talk Total Recall (2012), Chuck finally watches most of The Lord of the Rings trilogy, and BJ gets timely with The Simpsons Movie and Brüno. Plus it’s a massive TV blowout conversation and some listener interactions to boot. Enjoy!


Categories : Podcast, Reviews


  1. Mr. Gable says:

    Love the Triple Rex’s! Here’s some suggestions for Triple Rex With A Vengeance:

    Future War (Time Traveling Dinosaur Assassins! I suggest watching the MST3K version, it’s absolutely priceless)

    A Sound of Thunder (bad effects, cool premise, Ben Kingsley!)

    100 Million BC (Michael Gross from the Tremors movies goes back in time to save some people he sent back in time a long time ago! And the CGI is quite possible the laziest and cheapest I’ve ever seen!)

    Adventures in Dinosaur City (I have yet to watch this one but it sounds like total win.)

    Area 407 (So there technically isn’t a T-Rex in this, it’s still quite terrible. And it’s Found Footage…of a plane crash which happens to land in the middle of a secret government base occupied by dinosaurs)

    And you can’t go wrong with Carnosaur 2. This movie is awesome in every sense of the word. Rips off Aliens, The dinos rip off arms and heads, and it’s got a T-Rex vs a Forklift! YES!

    Can’t wait for the next Triple Rex ….And T-Rex For All

  2. Blair Russell says:

    Oh, A Sound of Thunder… that’s a film I unfortunately have seen. That was pretty bad.

    I looked online and Peter Spellos was in the beloved BMFCast film known as Guyver. No wonder why you guys did not remember, that’s a film everyone would like to forget.

    I can’t add anything to the lengthy TV discussion as for years now I have rarely watched any fictional television. No exaggeration. That’s just how I am. I can say I am not a fan of “uncomfortable comedy” either so I am befuddled that has become the hot trend in recent years and I am glad I never tried watching some of the shows that you guys mentioned, despite them being popular on the Internet and thus me having heard a lot about them.

    On a happier note, a few weeks ago I watched Malibu Express and I enjoyed that; however, tonight I watched Hard Ticket to Hawaii and what a motion picture that is. I already had seen the most famous scenes on YouTube but watching the entire film was a blast. Wacky and tremendous.

  3. Strelnikov says:

    “Robot Monster” has stock footage dinosaurs and that is one AWFUL movie. The “Land That Time Forgot/People That Time Forgot” movies have dinosaurs, but they are semi-decent movies.

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