Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Our Friend, Charlie!

Welcome to season 2 of Cinema Beef! We start it off with a bang! I am joined by Jesse B to revive our Full Moon Streaming segment. We cover Full Moon's Shrunken Heads and Wizard Film's PMS Cop! This also includes exclusive interviews with Charles Band and the filmmakers behind PMS Cop! Hopefully we'll have tons more goodies for you in the coming season!

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Charles Band
Twitter : @RealCharlesBand
Facebook : Charles Full Moon

Wednesday, May 7, 2014

Chest Pelts and Shady Deals

Alas, the Walter Hill retro has come to an end. We close it out with two of my favorite guests. We have Terror Troop's Chris Excess and It Came the Basement blogger Suzanne Cappaletti. First up, we talk car chases and no name characters in The Driver from 1978. Then, we chat about life lessons and the sweet art of the blues in Crossroads from 1986. This also features the return of The 5th Dimension is Located Just South of Glasgow!

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Shows : Sausagefest ReviewsNo Sell Commentaries

Facebook : Suzanne Wilson Cappeletti
Twitter : @Flyye01

Chris Excess
Facebook : Christian Leon
Twitter : @chrisexcess
Show : Terror Troop!

Music Credits

"Payin' the Cost to Be the Boss" performed by B.B. King

Friday, May 2, 2014

Walter Hill Retro : Warriors Commentary

Beefers! Beefers! Come out to play!  Join Newty, Willis, Suzanne, Gill and I as we make that rough trip back to Coney with The Warriors busting a couple heads along the way.  This will be available on the Horrorphilia feed and on the one below.  Hope this is the first of many!  Enjoy!

Thursday, May 1, 2014

Stoned Gunslingers and Escape Clauses

 Cinema Beef is here with another western..... Yes it is show five for the Walter Hill retrospective. I am joined by Moe Porne as we talk about two more films in his arsenal. First up, we talk about aging hippy lawmen and the people he shoots in Wild Bill from 1995. Then, we talk about the urge to spend obscene amounts of cash with Richard Pryor of all people in Brewster's Million's from 1985. No TZ segment this time around but it is replaced with a review by the lovely Emily Wood. We talk about the rise and fall and rise again of an aging British rock band in Still Crazy from 1998. This will serve as a pilot episode for a new project called The Bird and The Beard! Enjoy!

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Facebook : Moe Porne
Twitter : @DrunkonVHS
Shows : Drunk on VHSNo Budget Nightmares

Music Credits
"C.R.E.A.M." performed by Wu Tang Clan