Archive for Insanity
Hardware (1990) is our first movie of 2015. This is not the movie you’re looking for. Move along.
Second half it’s time for our 2014 Golden Jox celebrating the best movies of the year. That’s it. The entire half. Enjoy!
Fred Claus (2007) is our gift to you this holiday season. May the tidings of Oscar winners and tiny Luda be upon you and yours.
Shark Attack 3: Megalodon (2002) is how we open Sharksgiving. CGI sharks, stilted dialog and insane performances by our main cast members make this something special.
Roar (1981) is a curiosity to behold. It’s curious how everyone involved in making this ‘movie’ didn’t die a horrible death.
Detention (2011) is a bit of a surprise for us. We went in only because it’s from the same director of Torque and what we ended up getting may shock you (because it did us).
Can’t Stop the Music (1980) has been a long time standing by in our reserve recommendation pile but its time has finally come. Strangely, however, all the hosts have disappeared save Harlo and Chuck. Guess they weren’t macho enough men to snap into this Slim Jim®.
Second half we keep it brief but discuss All the Boys Love Mandy Lane and the Mad Max trilogy. Plus DDR becomes SDR as we discuss what may be the death knell for the challenge in Stomp the Yard. Enjoy!
Traxx (1988) is the movie of the week. Shadoe Stevens plays the titular character who wants to leave his life of action and bake cookies instead. But since he sucks at that, he’s forced into cleaning up the worst town in the world to make some dough.
Voyage of the Rock Aliens (1984) is week 4 of Rocktober’s movie. This time we bring along the incomparable Pia Zadora to this low budget Sci-Fi zany rock musical party. There’s gags aplenty and more of them work than they should.
Second half we discuss some random movies including Grave Encounters and then get spooky answering some listener emails. Enjoy!
Be sure to mute the left side and enjoy the classic rock proper style of music that I’m sure they couldn’t afford.
Deathstalker II: Duel of the Titans (1987) is the sequel to one of our esteemed 5 Jox winners. There’s a lot more forced comedy and a lot less forced entry in this wacky sequel to the utterly deadpan original, though. Does this equal a good thing?
Second half we talk about this little independent movie called My Dinner with Batman (no, wait that’s not it). We continue our Bond marathon with Diamonds Are Forever, a goofy sequel in its own right. Plus plenty of other movie discussion. Enjoy!