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B Movie Breakdown is a weekly podcast where we find humor and enjoyment in awesomely bad films of the past and present. Home of the good, the bad and the WTF. Each week’s movie will be revealed on the prior episode, so you too can join in on the madness! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bmoviebreakdown/support
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Episode 267: The Predator

Episode 267: The Predator

2020-01-1500:55:19

Did you see The Predator? If not, why? Did you just not care? Do you normally listen to what critics have to say about "genre movies"? Maybe you just feel burned from the bad sequels/reboots of the past? Or maybe Predator just has a niche fanbase with standards so high they will never be pleased? Well this week on the podcast, we answer these questions and more while we share our thoughts on The Predator from 2018.  --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bmoviebreakdown/support
As we continue our new year, new decade, and mostly new to Nick theme for the month, we stumble upon one man's vision about the ultimate synthetic being named David. Bound for a remote planet on the far side of the galaxy, the super smart new captain of the colony ship Covenant discovers what he thinks to be an uncharted paradise. While there, his crew meet David, the synthetic savior, sorry, survivor of the doomed Prometheus expedition. What has David been up to since the Prometheus expedition? Well let's just go with the old saying, "Idle hands are the devil's workshop,"  and those hands turn this mysterious world dark and dangerous very quick when a hostile alien life-form, created by our new synthetic savior David, forces the crew into a deadly fight for survival. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bmoviebreakdown/support
Episode 265: IT Chapter Two

Episode 265: IT Chapter Two

2020-01-0101:16:06

Since it is a new year and new decade, we decided to kick off 2020 with some newer not so B Movies that we (mainly Nick) have not seen yet. Which brings us to our first selection of January 2020.... Certain stories verge on being more than a story. They are an experience. Stephen King's IT is that kind of a story, and with the release of IT Chapter Two on home video, we take the opportunity to discuss all things IT. From Maturin the Turtle to the multiverse, we get into IT. (Please excuse the audio in the first 30 minutes after the intro, we had some technical difficulties) --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bmoviebreakdown/support
Christmas has come and past but we wanted to give you guys some content this week even if it's a few days late. As you enjoyed your holidays this week, we wanted to join in and discuss some of our favorite gifts received when growing up. A lot of you will probably even share some of the ones we picked in our lists.  --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bmoviebreakdown/support
Do you feel Christmas has strayed from its source? Do you believe that capitalism has run a muck and ruined a once pure holiday? Do you blame the druids for the war against hot chocolate? Would you rather ignore historical context and string together a bunch of true things to help prove your thesis? Is your idea of a good Christmas movie one that twists true things to prove a thesis about religion? Then this movie is meant for you. If you think this sounds like a total chore, then this episode is meant for you. Enjoy some holiday cheer as we discuss a movie with an agenda truly all it's own. We should all be thankful that Kirk Cameron decided Christmas needed saving because he "saves" it the only way he knows how, by filming a sermon inside of an SUV for under 90 minutes. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bmoviebreakdown/support
Director Bob Clark is best known for creating the holiday classic A Christmas Story, but most people don't know that he was also responsible for a much darker holiday classic as well. The type of holiday classic that is less about Christmas and more about a sorority house full of innocent college girls and a very strange killer hiding in the attic. Black Christmas is not only an important film in the world of Canadian horror, but it is now regarded as a classic of both the Christmas and the horror genres, as well as a major touchstone in the slasher genre as we now know it. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bmoviebreakdown/support
If we learned anything from Richie Rich's Christmas Wish, which is available on Disney+,  it's that to love is to own. Isn't that what the Christmas spirit is really all about anyways? And just like Christmas, this film has it all: a kid who wishes he was never born yet still physically exists when that wish comes true, some of the WORST CGI that has ever existed, and Marla Maples raising her soon to be ex-husband/President Of The United States Of America. What more could you really want out of a Christmas classic such as this? --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bmoviebreakdown/support
Telepathic pets Shadow, Sassy and Chance are back! It's been three years since their trek through the woods where they telepathically talked to each other in order to make it out alive. Now their owners live in San Fransisco and they're taking a vacation to Canada. Only problem, the telepathic pets escape from the airport while being put in the cargo area of the plane. Along their journey home, they meet telepathic bully dogs, a gang of telepathic abandoned rebel dogs, and two bumbling dog catchers who get roughly $16 per dog. If you loved this movie as a kid, it's time to take another look at this Disney classic in which most of the movie is just shots of animals starring at each other as they telepathically talk to each other. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bmoviebreakdown/support
Episode 260.5: Nick's Picks

Episode 260.5: Nick's Picks

2019-11-2000:32:22

Over the past few episodes, Corey has been sharing his top ten scary guys, girls, animals, monsters, etc in movies. During that time we continuously teased Nick's lists for these very subjects and now he finally has them all ready for this exciting half episode of the podcast. We will be back next week with a normal, full episode of the podcast for your listening pleasure.  --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bmoviebreakdown/support
Brace yourselves as we discuss the ultimate showdown between two of the biggest horror icons of all time. Most recently on the show we discussed the entire Freddy franchise and in the past tackled all of Jason, so what better time than now to see how the 2003 Versus film truly holds up. So pop some Hypnocil and get ready for the ride, it's Freddy vs. Jason....PLACE YOUR BETS!!!  --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bmoviebreakdown/support
Last you listened, Freddy Krueger had met his match and was finally destroyed for good.....or so we thought. It took his creator, Wes Craven, to bring him back to life in the best way possible. Sadly, this true gem and solid sequel in the world of Freddy tends to get over looked due to pure Freddy fatigue. With only a few years removed from Freddy's Dead and how meta the movie was, as opposed to being an in canon sequel, tended to turn people off. If you haven't witnessed Wes Craven's New Nightmare, it's time you do.  --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bmoviebreakdown/support
In less than 24 hours Halloween begins, but for now our "canon" dive into the world of Freddy Krueger is coming to an end. For 7 years Freddy tortured the kids of Elm Street and terrified audiences nationwide, but after 5 movies the world was truly ready to see Freddy dead. To most the series started to become a joke and, in this last installment, the studio definitely steered into the zany more comical side in which people viewed the character in. They also decided to throw Dream Demons into the equation, but only explore them in the final 30 minutes of the film. Speaking of the end of this film, it is entirely in 3D and you bet we damaged our psyche in order to discuss that aspect just for you! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bmoviebreakdown/support
IT"S A BOY!!!!! Get ready to have your ear drums impregnated with awesomeness as we continue our deep dive into the world of Freddy Krueger with A Nightmare On Elm Street 5: The Dream Child! Last we left the teens of Elm Street, young Alice used her's and the recently deceased Kristen's powers to defeat Freddy and send him back to hell once again. Now Alice and Dan have left the past behind, got a whole new group of friends, are graduating high school, and are about to find out that Alice is pregnant. Little do they know, Freddy is alive and well using their unborn child's dream state to torcher them and their new friends. Will Alice be the first to survive two rounds with Freddy? Listen in and find out! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bmoviebreakdown/support
We interrupt your regularly scheduled program to bring you another B Movie Breakdown After School Special. This time around Corey is joined by former co-host Gina, as Nick is out of town, to discuss the made-for-television Disney adventure "classic" known as Fuzzbucket. While this magical tale might not be anything to write home about, at least they got to see the original commercials that played during its May 18, 1986 airdate, including one for Shanghai McNuggets!  --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bmoviebreakdown/support
The Dream Master is an interesting entry in the Elm Street saga. It's definitely not a movie most people love, but it's also not a movie most people hate, it's just kind of right there in the middle. While it does a great job at developing the newly introduced Alice and her abilities as The Dream Master, it does a bad job with making you care at all about her friends; which include Joey, Kincaid, and Kristen from Part 3! Yes, three characters from the last film are actually in this film, but are sadly killed off way too quickly. If this was the plan all along for Kristen, it's no wonder Patricia Arquette didn't reprise the role. Would have been nice to see Kristen and Alice team up in that end battle against good old Freddy. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bmoviebreakdown/support
Of all the stories and of all the characters and of all the premises that could be capitalized on, perhaps Dream Warriors is one of the best. You want a concept maximized to its fullest potential? Dream warriors gives you  probably one of the best examples. We often talk about movies in relation to the alien/aliens paradigm and Dream Warriors is nightmare's aliens. More battles. A more involved villain. A bad guy truly owning himself and clear heroes. Dream warriors is incredible. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bmoviebreakdown/support
Freddy is known for terrorizing your dreams, but what if Freddy was just getting the hang of this undead spirit demon thing? What if Freddy was more infatuated with horrifying the real world than giving you nightmares? What if Freddy behaved more like a demon possessing a mortal vessel than the monster he would grow to become? You would have the second Nightmare on Elm Street, that's what. Let's get in to it. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bmoviebreakdown/support
What is a dream? A hope? A fantasy? A nightmare? All of the above? Well, when our pal Freddy is involved, only the latter applies. The B Movie Breakdown is about to be sleep paralyzed by the child of a 1000 maniacs starting this week with Mr. Kruger's inaugural outing, A Nightmare on Elm Street. Instead of watching pure trash like we have been known to do, we are reveling in cinema's finer things by revisiting one of the greatest, wildest and most widely known properties horror has to offer. So pound that fifth pot of coffee and get pumped, we've got a monster to battle. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bmoviebreakdown/support
Episode 252: Speed Kills

Episode 252: Speed Kills

2019-09-1100:55:12

You ever want to watch a movie that would be more interesting if it was a documentary? You ever think spending half a movie on speed boat racing when the real movie takes place in the other half you've stopped caring about would be one hell of a party? Are you a fan of old men with jet black hair? No? Good. Because we watched this cluster so you didnt have to and our discussion takes a few unexpected turns. Speed kills many things, including our attention spans so let's get wild. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bmoviebreakdown/support
At the height of the "War On Drugs" and the "Just Say No" campaign emerged Cartoon All-Stars To The Rescue, an animated made for television special that brought together all of our favorite cartoon characters to teach us the horror's of drugs. With an intro from President George H.W. Bush and first lady Barbara, it became very clear who the driving force behind this film truly was and who foot the bill to get all of these cartoon characters from so many different studios under one roof. Did this film succeed with its grueling tale of the young doped up Michael or did it make it seem that if you do drugs all of your favorite cartoons will come to life and hang out with you? We all know the true answer. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bmoviebreakdown/support
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