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Best BMFcast.com podcasts we could find (updated November 2019)
Best BMFcast.com podcasts we could find
Updated November 2019
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Dead Trigger (2019) is a movie about Dolph Lundgren training a bunch of not-soliders to fight zombies, and they all pretty much die as a result. It’s terrible. In the second half we’ve got a lot to catch up on including BJ’s thoughts on Dolemite is My Name (2019), Maki’s rewatch of Watchmen (2009) and Evil Dead 2 (1987), Harlo having words for ...…
 
Outland (1981) tells the story of space cop Sean Connery and his efforts to end a drug ring in a mining colony on one of Jupiter’s moon’s. It’s a space western, and it’s pretty good!By BMFcast.com
 
Rockula (1990) is our Rocktober finale and it sure is something. A vampire virgin (Dean Cameron) has to do tasks in order to woo the girl that’ll release him from his curse. Toni Basil and Thomas Dolby are here to be great, and Bo Diddley is here to cash checks. In the second half, Harlo has words for Joker (2019), Maki gets dragged into the fi ...…
 
Martial Law II: Undercover (1991) replaces Chad McQueen with Jeff Wincott, but Cynthia Rothrock is still here to be underutilized. In the second half we’ve got thoughts on El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie (very mild spoilers), Spider-Man: Far From Home (mild MCU spoilers), Stuber, Disney’s remake of The Lion King, and then finally Sucker Punch. ...…
 
Karate Rock (1990) is a movie devoid of, well… everything. There’s not one single thing about this Italian Karate Kid knockoff that anyone could say is “good”. But is it entertaining? Half the usual crew is on hand to answer that burning question. In the second half Chuck has an exclusive “not on 31 Days of Horror” review for Annabelle Comes Ho ...…
 
Journey 2: The Mysterious Island (2012) is an unnecessary but superior sequel to the Brendan Fraser original, except he’s gone and has been replaced with The Rock. Also, Michael Caine, Luis Guzman and Vanessa Hudgens join the returning Josh Hutcherson. That’s right, it’s ROCKTOBER time! In the second half we’ve got hot takes on Between Two Fern ...…
 
Skatetown USA (1979) has never been available commercially until just now, as a Blu-ray has just been released. If you’ve ever dreamed of time traveling, pop this disc in and let the colors and sounds take you away to a simpler time of vaudeville comedians, skate dancing and cocaine. In the second half we’ve got thoughts on the Beatles-less Yes ...…
 
Universal Soldier II: Brothers in Arms (1998) is a direct to pay cable “sequel” to the 1992 film that pretty much picks up where that film left off featuring none of the original cast members. The latter is not even in the top 10 of this film’s issues. Still, it co-stars Gary Busey and Burt Reynolds, so that’s the draw here.…
 
John Wick: Chapter 3 (2019) is such an exciting movie that we brought in fellow BMFcast Prime co-host Maki to help us talk through it. It’s John Wick. He murders fools. And we love it.By BMFcast.com
 
Journey to the Center of the Earth (2008) is a 15 minute 3D theme park attraction that runs 90 minutes. Brendan Fraser and Josh Hutcherson fall into the center of the earth and then have to journey out of it. It’s kind of backwards actually. But it might be dumb fun. In the second half, Harlo recounts the Rambo quadrilogy while BJ wraps up the ...…
 
Project: Shadowchaser (1992) is sometimes just called Shadowchaser, but either way it features an android named Romulus Shadowchaser (Frank Zagarino) who takes the President’s daughter (Meg Foster) hostage in order to collect 50 million dollars. Ex-football man Martin Kove is the only one who can stop him, that’s to the most convoluted series o ...…
 
Wheels of Fire (1985) is a post-apocalyptic Mad Max “tribute” starring no one. It’s 80 minutes of car chases, stunts, flame throwers, sex in the heavens, and occasional dune buggies. In the second half we’ve got more thoughts on Rocketman, the How To Train Your Dragon franchise, Aquaman, Cobra Kai Season Two, and Breaking Bad. […]…
 
Iron Eagle II (1988) is a lousy sequel that makes the original look even better. Doug Masters is killed off in the opening scene and then Louis Gossett Jr. has to get a bunch of bland US and Soviet forces to work together to blow up the Middle East.By BMFcast.com
 
Enemy Gold (1993) is our latest movie from the Andy Sidaris clan. This time it’s Andy’s son behind the camera, proving he can make a movie that’s not as good as Hard Ticket To Hawaii just as much as his dad can. There’s a drug bust and some Civil War gold and lots of naked […]By BMFcast.com
 
The Running Man (1987) is a lesser yet still important entry in Arnold’s early filmography. It takes place in 2019 and features a dystopian society fed by state-run media, and the number one show is a gameshow where convicts get murdered to death. Also, it’s got jokes. Hopefully so do we.By BMFcast.com
 
Fist of Honor (1993) has Sam Jones playing FIST SULLIVAN, mob muscle who also fights in battles to resolve mafia turf wars. When he’s framed for the murder of his own girlfriend AND Abe Vigoda, he’s gotta fist some honor. In the second half there’s Brightburn musings, along with thoughts on GLOW Season Three and […]…
 
The Great Skycopter Rescue (1980) is a little seen, easy going, breezy good time at the drive in. Just 90 minutes of feather-haired fellows flying around in their go-copters. There are bikers being jerks down below, but that doesn’t matter, skycopterin’ for life. The second half is LOADED with other movie talk, including Fast & […]…
 
Universal Soldier (1992) is the first of 97 pairings of Jean-Claude Van Damme and Dolph Lundgren. It’s a somewhat underrated action film that somehow has half a dozen sequels. Also, it’s the perfect Easter movie, what with all the resurrections and such.By BMFcast.com
 
Air Bud (1997) was what we needed this week. It’s the nice yet slightly horrific tale of an orphaned golden retriever (Buddy) who can also play basketball. So he does. And wins the state championship. There’s also kids and clowns and deserted islands along the way. In the second half, Harlo starves while enjoying The […]…
 
Showdown (1993) is what happens when you take The Karate Kid and, well, make it again. Ken just started at Paradise High School but Tom hates it when Ken talks to his girl (Hey Dudes’ Christine Taylor). They fight. Then the school janitor/former Paradise Policeman Billy (Billy Blanks) teaches Ken how to fight. Everything concludes […]…
 
Iron Eagle (1986) is the first of four Irons Eagles and boy is it an 80s movie. Must have been fun to be a kid in the 80s where there’s zero consequences and you can go on murder adventures with Louis Gossett Jr.By BMFcast.com
 
Hercules II (1985) is the continuing adventures of Lou Ferrigno’s Hercules, although he may not have known that as they were filming. The stop motion robots of the first film have been replaced by lasers and drugs, so there’s things to talk about here. In the second half we’ve got things to say about Spider […]…
 
The Crow: Wicked Prayer (2005) features Edward Furlong as JIMMY CUERVO, who battles Nic CRASH and Lola BYRNE and their gang of Satanists after being murdered and then Crow-ed. It is laughably bad. Unbelievably bad.By BMFcast.com
 
Best of the Best 2 (1993) continues the adventures of your favorite characters from the first installment, except this time they get involved in an underground Las Vegas fight/murder club… with deadly results. In the second half we’ve got the hottest of takes on Spider-Man: Far From Home, Stranger Things Season 3, 21 Jump Street, […]…
 
Uncle Sam (1996) was once America’s gift to us, and now we give it back. Sam is a terrible person and a dead The Troop™ who rises from the dead to murder basically anyone. Flag burners, dope smokers, BBQ teens… no one is safe. In the second half we’ve got an eclectic batch of opinions […]By BMFcast.com
 
T-Force (1994) is a delightfully silly low budget action film from the masterminds at PM Entertainment, makers of Hologram Man. RoboCops are decommissioned but that goes against their survival protocol, so they rebel. Also, they learn to love… physically. Lots of other things (besides their robopassion) explode all over the screen. In the secon ...…
 
Last Action Hero (1993) features the can’t fail trio of screenwriter Shane Black, director John McTiernan and action star Arnold Schwarzenegger. And they blew it. To most people anyway. Looking back now on this action parody, is it really as lousy as people think?By BMFcast.com
 
Excessive Force 2: Force on Force (1995) is an in-name only sequel to a film even we don’t remember. A former special forces lady hunts her previous commanding officer who tried putting a bullet into her brain. Some of that bullet is still there, which causes problems for her at the worst possible times. Another […]…
 
The Crow: Salvation (2000) is the third Crow movie and our fourth Crow episode. At this point we feel as if we are Crow experts and we are here to tell you that maybe, just maybe, you should watch The Crow: Salvation. You can trust our expert opinion.By BMFcast.com
 
Driving Force (1989) takes place during an apocalypse of some kind, but one that has only affected the tow truck industry. Sam Jones and Don Swayze play dueling tow truck drivers, and Catherine Bach plays a lady. In the second half we’ve got some thoughts on The Lego Movie 2, and BJ revisits the BMFcast […]…
 
Tank (1984) is not the murder revenge fantasy it needs to be, but it’s still the tale of an Army Sergeant Major (James Garner) wrecking the state of Georgia in a tank because the local law is corrupt. Earnest, sincere and a lot of fun. Also, strangely relevant?By BMFcast.com
 
Irresistible Force (1993) is a failed TV pilot starring Stacy Keach and Cynthia Rothrock as mismatched cops who actually have more in common than they think. In the first and only episode, terrorists take over the Most Important Mall in the World™ and Rothrock is trapped inside. In the second half we’ve got thoughts on […]…
 
Maximum Force (1992) is the conclusion of Force May-jeure. John Saxon recruits cops Flash Gordon, Rusty Griswold and a lady to join forces and defeat the evil Richard Lynch. Mickey Rooney rides around in a limo and everything is bathed in lovely blue light. In the second half we’ve got more Into the Spider-Verse talk, […]…
 
Krull (1983) is another example from our ongoing series entitled “Don’t revisit movies you think you liked from your childhood”. What’s most frustrating is that all the pieces are in place for this to be great, and yet, it isn’t. Anyway, come listen to us explain why.By BMFcast.com
 
A Force of One (1979) brings us our earliest Chuck Norris film to date, and one where he’s merely a co-star at that. A ninja is killing cops and so the cops decide that in order to fight karate, you must become karate or something. Norris kicks dudes. In the second half there is no […]By BMFcast.com
 
The Park is Mine (1985) tells the story of a Vietnam vet (Tommy Lee Jones) who somewhat randomly is coerced into taking control of Central Park in New York City for 72 hours. Yaphet Kotto is one of the men in charge trying to get him out. This first movie made for HBO has some […]By BMFcast.com
 
Deadly Force (1983) promises a crazy thrill-ride about a loose cannon cop on special assignment in Los Angeles to catch a serial killer. That kinda happens in the background. The music tries hard to make it all exciting, but it’s not. In the second half we’ve got more thoughts about the concepts of spoilers (without […]…
 
Raw Force (1982) is the beginning of Force May-jeure and what an insane thing this movie is. The Burbank Karate Club travels to Warriors Island via The Worst Cruise Line in the World™ and ends up battling sadistic monks and zombie kung fu killers. It’s nuts! The second half is ENTIRELY Avengers: Endgame talk with […]…
 
Born in East L.A. (1987) is our L.A.pril finale and it’s a charming comedy written and directed by star Cheech Marin. He’s a US citizen that gets swept up in an immigration raid and has to earn his way back to America. It has jokes that work and scenes that’ll infuriate you. In the second […]By BMFcast.com
 
The Crow: Stairway to Heaven (1998-1999) is the cable TV retelling of the Eric Draven storyline starring Mark Dacascos as the New Crow. These first two episodes are not a great start for a series and we probably won’t be watching any more of them. Probably.By BMFcast.com
 
L.A. Wars (1994) is our latest for LApril and it’s a kicking, punching and shooting stunt spectacular about a former cop who is tasked with taking down the Los Angeles mafia, which is in the middle of a drug war with another criminal group. Faces get kicked. In the second half there’s Pet Sematary (2019) […]…
 
L.A. Streetfighters (1985) is our second LApril movie and also our second from the director of Miami Connection. 40-somethings attend high school in LA and get into random fights. It’s all very strange. In the second half we’ve got DC Comics talk with both Shazam and Aquaman, more thoughts on Us, plus your emails. Also, […]…
 
Piranha II: The Spawning (1981) is technically the directorial debut of James Cameron, but he doesn’t talk about it much and neither does anyone else involved in the production. The film does feature flying piranha though. That’s cool, right? Too bad the movie doesn’t bother to think it’s cool.By BMFcast.com
 
L.A. Bounty (1989) is our start to L.A.pril! It’s director Worth Keeter’s next film after Order of the Black Eagle and sadly the two aren’t even in the same ballpark. Wings Hauser shines though as an absolute loon who is locked in a struggle with bounty huntress Sybil Danning. In the second half it’s all […]…
 
The Crow: City of Angels (1996) is the second attempt at a Crow movie and wow, is it ever bad. Laughably bad. Anger inducing, even. However it does feature an absolutely brilliant bit of physical freaking out from Thomas Jane, so there’s SOMETHING. Also, stay tuned through the end for the debate about whether or […]…
 
The Car: Road to Revenge (2019) is the sequel no one was expecting, and as it turns out, no one wanted. It’s more of a Crow movie than a Car movie, and a cheap one at that. In the second half we’ve got thoughts on Us and Vice as well as our trademark James Bond […]By BMFcast.com
 
White Line Fever (1975) is our tribute to the late Jan-Michael Vincent. He’s home from war and takes a trucking job that INSTANTLY goes wrong. Everything escalates times infinity and then it’s over. It’s a very weird thing and something you should definitely check out. In the second half we’ve got more Captain Marvel and […]…
 
Spooky Buddies (2011) is our latest foray into the world of talking dog movies. This one has the buddies (and their kid owners) being menaced by a warlock and the Halloween Hound who want to let all the evil out of the thing and then the things will thing. It’s a G-rated nightmare. In the […]By BMFcast.com
 
Toy Soldiers (1991) is a somewhat lost to time action/thriller featuring a group of prep school kids (including Sean Astin and Wil Wheaton) running reconnaissance missions when their school is taken over by terrorists. Strong behind the scenes pedigrees and decent pacing make this one a forgotten gem.…
 
4Got10 (2015) is the film we chose to denote the four of us celebrating the show’s 10th anniversary. It’s the tale of a drug deal gone bad and our main character has “4Got10” who he is. Dolph Lundgren, Danny Trejo and Michael Pare are along for the crime ride. (Note: A character in the film […]By BMFcast.com
 
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