Tanner, Jersey James, Bobby, and Mike discuss Skatetown U.S.A., a movie that has everything you could ever want. Subpar skate routines, a young Patrick Swayze whipping his belt around, and freakin' Murray Langston. A legendary 70's ensemble movie that was nearly lost to time but recently re-released on Blu-Ray, Skatetown is worth lacing up for.
Bobby and Mike are joined by Julie and Matt Anderson on their Christmas trip to rural Wisconsin to discuss a movie written, directed, and produced by one really, really high guy. What starts out as a family get together devolves into a film that features a mind reading mother, a Nestle Quick to the balls, Scanners brain powers, Predator vision, and a Samurai ghost! Unwrap and enjoy.
Lee, Tanner, Nick, Bobby and Mike celebrate the life of and career of recently departed filmmaker Albert Pyun by discussing his sophmore effort, Radioactive Dreams. This post-apocalyptic coming of age story starring Michael Dudikoff and John Stockwell delves into more complex themes than your typical direct-to-video efforts of the era while bringing all the over-the-top action you'd expect.
Candice, Vaughn, Bobby, and Mike talk about the infamous Long Island slasher film, Madman! Is this really a camp? Is Madman really a bad guy? Does the girth of a man have anything to do with speed? All this and more!