Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Jason Got Some Valentine's Candy But Sean Penn Ate It All

Episode 11 is here! It features one of my more frequent recording partners, Newty of NFW Commentaries and Dream Warriors Horrorcast. Sorry if we are a little off this show. We were two sleepy droogs when we recorded this. On this episode, I love the unrated version of My Bloody Valentine but hate all others! I also do a really crappy job defending Friday the 13th Part 8 : Jason Takes Manhattan. Finally, we tackle the classic 1983 kids in prison film, Bad Boys. Hope you like it!

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Friday, July 26, 2013

Cinema Beef Presents :That Wrasslin' Show

Yes! It's another sports themed show. Only this time it's sports entertainment. Because you know and I know that wrestling is real. This show is chock full of wrestling promos, memories, and 7 short but sweet reviews of films that feature superstars of the squared circle! Along for the ride once again is my boy from the nation's capital, "Wildman" Willis Wheeler! Put on your tights and jump in the ring with us. And always, don't forget to hit your bumps. You might break your neck!

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Saturday, July 20, 2013

Twinkies, Half-Shirts and Half-Assed Ghostbusters

Episode 10 is here! Come a long way but I have had some great company. Corey Graham is back again. This time for a genuine Cinema Beef episode. Who needs to praise films all the time? Not these guys! On this edition, I get to dismantle Ti West's The Innkeepers. Corey gets to vent about Zombieland. And finally, I get all emotional and shit when we discuss 1979's Over The Edge. Here's to ten more episodes and many more past that. Salute!

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Listen to Mike, Jamie and Corey yak it up about TV based horror on Evil Episodes!
Check out Corey's new show all about metal, The Devil Horns Podcast!
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Music Credits 
"Birth Ritual" performed by Soundgarden from the album "Singles OST"
"Endgame" performed by Rise Against from the album "Endgame"
"18 and Life" performed by Skid Row from the album "Skid Row"

Special Music Consultant : Corey!

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Sunday, July 14, 2013

An evening with Alec Guiness and Some Guy from Encino

Hello friends! This is the latest episode of the Prime Cuts edition of Cinema Beef. Iris Walters from Moviecopia and the brand new Movie-Fan Attic podcasts. We chat about three Academy Award winning films this time around. We first get sweaty and play in the sandbox when we discuss Lawrence or Arabia. We then tackle the last days of Mr. James Wale when we chat about the character piece, Gods and Monsters. Finally, we get our fanboy hats on and discuss 1977's Star Wars. That's right, I got range people. It also includes a bonus conversation between Iris and our would be third guest, James Christie. Hope you like it!
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Music Consultant : Iris Walters
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Tuesday, July 9, 2013

Gangsters, Foreplay, and Pot Smoking E.T.s

Cinema Beef is back again with a regular episode, I have dipped into the Terror Troop pool once again. Yes, my guest is none other than The Emi!y. My first international incident and boy did the last two reviews go well. I kind of tanked the Paul review but I took my meds and I was better. Hey, I was being enchanted by the most mature 20 year old I have the privilege of conversing with.  We do discuss the Paul, featuring Simon Pegg and Nick Frost, from 2011. Also, Emily dismantles Mr. and Mrs. Smith, starring Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt from 2005. Finally, we talk about a film my guest assured me had a lot to say about and it was a great first watch for me. We did Sexy Beast from 2000 featuring Ben Kingsley and Ray Winstone. So hop in the RV, it's gonna be a good one.

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Tuesday, July 2, 2013

Comic Show #1 : Capes, Dead Men and Flaming Hairpieces

Welcome to the first of many comic book film themed episodes of Cinema Beef : Prime Cuts! I am joined by a staple to the show, "Wildman" Willis Wheeler. I know what you're thinking. Why didn't they go for the obvious choices. You know the ones. The Dark Knight, The Avengers ect. ect. We went a different way. We chose some of the more obscure, sometimes even terrible films. The first time around we picked The Punisher from 1989 starring Dolph Lundgren. We discuss a hot little piece of Krypton when talk about Supergirl starring Helen Slater and Faye Dunaway. Finally, we chat about the flaming, but not in a gay way, Nicolas Cage in the first Ghost Rider film. So, strap in folks. This could be a bumpy ride.

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Music Credits
"Jimmy Olsen Blues" performed by Spin Doctors from the album "Pocket Full of Kryptonite"
"If You Want Blood, You've Got It" performed by AC/DC from the album "Highway to Hell"
"Cosmic Girl" performed by Jamiroquai from the album "Traveling Without Moving"
"Bat Out of Hell" performed by Meatloaf from the album "Bat Out of Hell I"