Apr
29

BMFcast322 – Trigger Warning

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Dangerous Men (2005) is our movie for this week, and the episode title is not a joke. (If you’re sensitive about violence towards women, this might be the week to skip. Seriously.) Dangerous Men is the story of a woman wronged who is out for revenge… Sort of. It’s also the story of a cop tracking down a biker named Black Pepper… Sort of. Pieced together over 20+ years of footage and recently re-released by Drafthouse Films, was this “WTF is happening” movie worth the effort?

Second half we briefly talk Deadpool before taking listener correspondence about All The President’s Men that devolves into us discussing how much we are old men. Enjoy!

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Categories : 2000s, 80s, 90s, Cops, Insanity, Podcast, Reviews

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  1. Strelnikov says:

    Dead wrong about the background….film-maker was an Iranian architect who lived in Los Angeles. He made the film one-and-a-half times, first in 1984, and the second part redone in 1995. He paid everybody the bare minimum and used non-union for everything. Allegedly John S. Rad made “3 to 11” movies in the Shah’s Iran during the 1960’s-70s. The car that was driven off a cliff WAS his daughter’s Datsun; he stole it from her for dating a guy he didn’t like, and she was a high-school graduate (!) when the car vanished (and was hidden somewhere for years before being wrecked.)

    “Vanity Fair” did an article on this in 2015: http://www.vanityfair.com/hollywood/2015/11/dangerous-men-john-s-rad

  2. Maki Maki says:

    Never change, Strel-buddy.

  3. Straight Out of Tijuana says:

    I am now officially caught up. Took me almost a whole year.

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