Archive for Steven Seagal


Out for Justice (1991) brings back Steven Seagal as a “Brooklyn” detective on the hunt for his partner’s killer. It’s from the writer of Road House, so you know it’s already got that going for it. There’s numerous broken limbs, an unhinged, crack-smoking William Forsythe and some great action scenes, along with some amazingly bad italian accents. Did this push it to the upper level of BMFcast favorites?

After the break Maki has a Sausage Party (2016), Chuck recommends you watch The Signal (2014) as soon as possible with as little information about it as possible, we take some listener correspondence, and even give a Patreon update. Enjoy!

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BMFcast194 – Jonathan Kingston Seagal

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Marked for Death (1990) marks our second Seagal movie. Arms are broken, families threatened, Keith David co-stars and plenty of pointless characters abound.

Second half we talk a few random movies and get caught up on listener correspondence. Enjoy!

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BMFcast90 – The Blood Bank

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Hard to Rotoscope (the poster)

Hard to Kill (1990) stars Steven Seagal, somehow just now making his BMFcast debut. So maybe we didn’t hit the stratosphere exactly on our 1980s swansong, but there’s still a lot of fun to be had here. And you can take that to the bank.


Second half we take a plethora of voicemails and give our review of Conan the Barbarian (2011).


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