Tuesday, June 4, 2013

Blood, Scars and Whacked Out Conspiracies

In this edition, we get all political on your asses!  I am chatting with none other than Jamie Jenkins, a woman much more talented than myself in more ways than one.  On this one, I divulge my love/hate relationship with the Wes Craven 80s, robot-centric film Deadly Friend starring Kristy Swanson.  We also learn that Jamie loathes the man known as "the muscles from Brussels" as we discuss the martial arts dynamo known as Bloodsport.  Finally, we discuss the alien invasion film They Live featuring that crazy Scot, "Rowdy" Roddy Piper. We go on some interesting tangents during all these reviews, including a Jamie Ric Flair impression. So put on your shades, practice your signature splits, and always put on rubber gloves while cleaning up your zombie girlfriend's murder scenes! Happy listening and click on the "Fight to Survive" Bloodsport link and see a great fight montage from the film.

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Jamie's Contact Info
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Music Credits
"I Hate Myself For Loving You" performed by Joan Jett and the Blackhearts from the album "Up Your Alley"
"Robots" performed by Flight of the Conchords from the album "Flight of the Conchords"
"Fight To Survive" performed by Stan Bush from the album "Bloodsport OST"
"Sleep Now In The Fire" performed by Rage Against the Machine from the album "Battle of Los Angeles"

Please check out The Phantom Erik's great show 100 Years of Horror. I hear it is great and even stays crunchy in milk!

Special thanks to Iris for doing the art for the show.

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