In this episode, we take a look at Patrick Swayze as the world’s second most famous bouncer in Road House! There’s three rules to Road House: don’t underestimate how bonkers this film is, assume that Swayze has the power of throat ripping and, of course, BE NICE. ALWAYS BE NICE.
In this episode, we discuss the love story between a teenage girl (who is really 25) and a robotic dinosaur with a the brain of a teenage boy (who is really 21) in a movie that’s really difficult to get your hands on, Tammy and the T-Rex! It’s full of really bad ideas presented in a way that is actually immensely satisfying to watch. Also, floppy silly dino arms. Also also, Megan aspires to be Helga the Goon.
In this episode, we take a look at the 1982 Barry Bostwick action movie, Megaforce! It’s got flying motorcycles, super tight jumpsuits and a plethora of explosions. And it’s a whole lot of big, dumb fun. Megan and Eric kiss their thumbs at you.
In this episode, we take a look at the 2008 splatterpunk rock opera movie, Repo! The Genetic Opera. Biggest surprise of the viewing? Paul Sorvino can sing for reals, y’all. Megan explains why sometimes niche properties work much better on a live theatrical stage than on a movie screen. Also, why people should stop trying to make fetch a thing, where fetch is weird stuff and a thing is a cult movie.