“One, two, Freddy’s coming for you…
Three, four, filled with jokes galore!”
Is this movie scary to anyone? Hmmm???
Freddy’s Dead: The Final Nightmare, comes off like a spoof parody of the Elm Street Series.
At least in this episode guest viewer Mike Flinchum joins us from the Dimension Bpodcast, to stew in this shit-soup with us.
“Who can take a sunrise, sprinkle it with dew
Cover it with chocolate and a miracle or two
The Candy Man, oh the Candy Man can
The Candy Man can ’cause he mixes it with love and makes the world taste good.”
I love that they finally made a wholesome family film based off that lovable Sammy Davis Jr. song!….
Wait…, what? Okay, I’m being told that this movie is not what I mentioned above, but is in fact from a sick and twisted story that Clive Baker (of Hellraiser fame) wrote.
Hmmm…I guess I shouldn’t have just popped this dvd in, left the room, and let those kids I was babysitting, watch it…
“Hide ya kids, hide ya wife, because this movie is burglarin’ everyone’s turds up in here!”
There aren’t many more bad things we can say about the movie, The Super, that aren’t already said in this episode.
It’s no wonder that after this movie, Hollywood decided not to give Joe Pesci main solo starring vehicles. We’re not saying that Pesci is a bad actor, but he works better in a supporting character role, rather than the center of a whole movie.
So this week’s movie is about a secret agent who has lost their memory, and is living a normal life until the bad guys come back to kill’em.
Nope, not one of the Bourne movies! It’s a little known action movie from the mid 90′s, written by Shane Black (Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, Lethal Weapon 1&2, and Iron Man 3).
This action gem has all the great qualities of a Lethal Weapon or Die Hard movie, except a good ending.
Welcome to a future where humans can be walking flash drives!
That’s right! In this 1995 ACTION/SCIFI film, Johnny Mattdamon…I mean, Johnny Marshmellow…crap…Johnny Mnoma nah…
In THIS MOVIE, the future has become a dark greedy place, where corporations will do what they can to induce profit margins. Hmmm…the future you say?
We all agree that this is just a dumb, fun action flick that has a little bit too much goin’ on in it, but love the fact that we can say that a character like Cyborg Jesus (played by Dolph Lundgren) exists.
So sit back and enjoy our episode where we discuss Johnny Menards…shit!
PS. Also in this episode, we play the interview clip from Kevin Eastman (co creator of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles) where he tells us about where the Turtles get their money!!!