Archive for 80s

Spacehunter: Adventures in the Forbidden Zone (1983) is a b-movie space adventure staring Peter Strauss, Molly Ringwald, Ernie Hudson and Michael Ironside, but there’s a budget behind it. When Wolff (Strauss) is hired to track down earth women stranded on a distant planet run by Overdog (Ironside), he’ll need the help of Niki (Ringwald) and Washington (Hudson) to get into Overdog’s base and take him down.

After the break Harlo & Chuck superhero it up with Spider Man: Homecoming (2017), Wonder Woman (2017) and Power Rangers (2017), before Maki checks in on his magical journey with Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (2007) and Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince (2009). Finally, BJ wants you to check out Titansgrave on YouTube. Enjoy!

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Week 5 of BMFcamp breaks the premise as we get suckered into the not-camp, not-Meatballs movie MEATBALLS III but then save the day with 1995’s HEAVYWEIGHTS.

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Week 4 of BMFcamp delivers Michael J. Fox and Nancy McKeon in 1985’s POISON IVY, and then the 1978 classic PIRANHA. One is fantastic, the other is not.

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Week 3 of BMFcamp returns us to the Meatballs Cinematic Universe with the otherwise unrelated MEATBALLS PART II and then we launch in to the future for 2009’s FIRED UP. Good times are had by all.

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Week 2 of BMFcamp features a double feature from 1987! First up is Ernest’s first major motion picture ERNEST GOES TO CAMP. After that is the little seen, who knows what genre this thing is supposed to be flick SUMMER CAMP NIGHTMARE starring Chuck Connors. Enjoy!

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Cherry 2000 (1987) is the tale of a man and his sex robot. When Sam Treadwell’s (David Andrews) robo-wife short-circuits, he starts on a journey into the wastelands to find a new one. Helping him is an unlikely tracker (Melanie Griffith), but they have to avoid the angry Murder Dad cult led by Lester (Tim Thomerson). Yes, this movie is as odd as it sounds.

After the break Harlo gets Linklater’d as he compares Everybody Wants Some!! (2016) and Boyhood (2014), while Maki continues his magical journey with Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (2002). Enjoy!

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Streets of Fire (1984) welcomes director Walter Hill to the hall of BMFcast alums. Michael Paré is a mercenary hired by Rick Moranis to track down his rock singer girlfriend, Diane Lane, who’s been kidnapped by Willem Dafoe. This “Rock & Roll Fable” has style for days, but is the substance enough to push it into Jox territory?

After the break we talk about The Lego Batman Movie (2017) before discussing Fist Fight (2017) and its similarities to Three O’Clock High (1987). We take some voicemails, e-mails and even an MP3-mail, too! Enjoy!

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Categories : 80s, Bikers, Musical, Podcast, Reviews
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May
08

BMFcast Extra 026 – My Young Auntie

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A “modern” setting and the potential for lady kung fu were what lured us into this Shaw Brothers effort, which might have been a mistake. However, one of us still thinks the last 30 minutes of the movie are fantastic. Press play and find out who.

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Categories : 80s, Martial Arts, Podcast
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May
01

BMFcast Extra 025 – The Flag of Iron

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The Venom Mob returns in this tale of two warring factions who go to extreme lengths to control their local gambling and prostitution rackets. Also, 10 themed assassins and javelin flags!

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Random Shaw Brothers flick this week has two kung fu schools battling one another, but then samurais and ninjas get involved. Who has the best kung fu? Well, we do, but these guys are a close second. Also, there’s a lady ninja.

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