This week we watched a classic. It’s most notable not for its two hour run time, or it’s bizarre mixture of horror, buddy cop, and adventure tropes, but because almost every frame of this movie is a a soft jazz album cover.
This week we finished our series of rogue-loose-cannon-forgot-the-rulebook cop movies with this beauty.
This week we watched a throwback to the era of self-determination, lone vigilantes, and a time when the helpless citizens cried out for a cure for rampant violent crime. No, it wasn’t Charlton Heston’s fever dream, it was a Stallone movie. Perhaps his greatest.
This week we start our loose-cannon-cop-that-plays-by-his-own-rules month. Lad’s choice:
This week we’re doing our part for the Andy Sidaris podcrawl, Y’all. It’s an inaugural event to commemorate the formation of the the Podratic Equation, a new podcast network full of shows almost as sleazy (in one way or another) as we are. We thought it would be appropriate to watch some sleazy but fun movies to celebrate so many sleazy but fun shows coming together. So, we give you Picasso Trigger. Continue reading
This week we’re bringing you a beautiful story about a man who returns from space or the grave or whatever to avenge his own death by racing cars and exploding people over and over and over again. Continue reading
Look, there’s a lot I can say about Destroyer AKA Shadow of Death. It’s a great 80s horror movie about a killer lurking in an abandoned prison where a movie (inside the movie) is being filmed. It’s gory and fun. But there’s only three things you need to know to understand the movie: it’s about hair, one of the greatest shower scenes of all time, and Lyle Alzado tossing stunt men around like ragdolls. Continue reading