Archive for Bikers

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
27

BMFcast326 – Side Bar

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Cyclone (1987) wraps up Fred Olen May! We visit an early entry into Fred Olen Ray’s filmography, starring Heather Thomas, Jeffrey Combs and Martin Landau. It’s got a killer motorcycle. Will it take until the end of the movie for it to actually do cool stuff? (Spoiler: YES.)

Second half we get thoughts on The Nice Guys, Captain America: Civil War, Vacation, and 52 Pick-Up before delving into the final week of JapaniMAY with Crazy Violent ’80s Action Week featuring Demon City Shinjuku and the big one, Akira. Enjoy!

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Mar
13

BMFcast264 – Trash Talkin

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1990: The Bronx Warriors (1982) is our choice for celebrating 6 years of podcasting. Can a hero named Trash with a strangely rigid saunter lead his biker gang to victory over the post-apocalyptic Bronx wasteland ruled by The Ogre (Fred Williamson) in the distant future of 1990?

Second half BJ needs your help deciphering Frank, Chuck revisits a BMF classic in Vicious Lips, Harlo falls in love with Star Wars Rebels, and we check out a metric ton of listener voicemails and e-mails. Enjoy!

 

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Sep
06

BMFcast191 – Trucker Chucker

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Stone Cold (1991) comes a hundred episodes after we wanted to watch it the first time. Brian “The Boz” Bosworth is an undercover cop who dispenses all kinds of explosive justice which is, coincidentally, the best kind of justice. Lance Henriksen is along for the ride and laughing all over this Craig R. Baxley epic action classic.

Second half we talk a myriad of movies and get right in to some listener correspondence. Enjoy!

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Categories : 90s, Bikers, Cops, Podcast, Reviews
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