BMFcast184 – Fearomones


Death Machine (1994) is a movie that’s been in the queue for a long time. Giant robot kills people in an early 90s Sci Fi thing that wants to be Aliens. PLUS THERE IS SOME YELLING. And wall punching.

Second half we discuss the cultural zeitgeist of Sharknado and a better future for SyFy and Asylum Films. Plus a bit about Edgar Wright’s Hot Fuzz and Guillermo Del Toro’s Hellboy and Pacific Rim. Enjoy!

Categories : Podcast, Reviews


  1. Victor says:

    Hey, the film I recommended via OGG file. Let’s see if I made a huge mistake.

  2. Victor says:

    Well, listened. Glad you enjoyed it.

    I would have gone for the youtube version which is 2 hrs and in original uncropped anamorphic widescreen.

    Link to it: http://youtu.be/nNRwoRiHxDU?

  3. The guy Al says:

    So… I actually went and watched Atlantic Rim by The Asylum, I didn’t expect much, I didn’t expect anything really.

    I mean, if they out some humor and some goofiness it would be at least amusing, right? but no, this movie blows.

    It is a bunch of scenes of people talking at nothing, with slices of stock footage and some godawful computer animation. The actors here wish they had Steven Seagal’s acting range, not even the people acting dead could do it right, and they only had to lay there.

    They had ONE job…


    Anyway, sorry for that guys, keep it going.

    Crash & burn!

  4. musim says:

    “That wound just got tainted” – win.

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