Believe or not, this is the 300th episode of Junkfood Cinema!Brian and Cargill do what any series does when it hits 300 episodes: A clip show! They reminisce and recommend 10 past episodes, explaining why they are a great starter pack for new listeners and a fun revisit for longtime Junkions.Thanks to all our listeners, past guests, sponsors, and especially Patreon patrons for ensuring we reach this monumental number. Here’s to 300 more!
In this most triumphant extended episode, Brian and Cargill go back in time (and also return to the present) to discuss the entirety of Bill & Ted's Excellent Trilogy! They discuss why Excellent Adventure is one of the very best time travel flicks of the 80s, how Bogus Journey broke the sequel mold, and why Face the Music is the joy injection 2020 so desperately needed. Also, the guys abuse their own time traveling abilities most heinously. Be excellent to each other, share this episode far and wide. Party on, Junkions!
After many years on the JFC most wanted list, Brian and Cargill have finally come to judge The Quick and the Dead.It’s the star-studded neo western that is “drenched in spaghetti.” It’s the bloodsport tournament film where almost every combatant has a fascinating secret. Also, it might just be Sam Raimi’s best film.Don’t wait for high noon, listen and share now!
Brian and Joe wrap up their epic dissection of Last Action Hero with a bang.Joe tells the story of his dinner with McTiernan in Serbia, Brian explains that we are living at the start of The Fast Food wars, and the guys ponder how much it wold cost to advertise their love for LAH on the side of a space shuttle.We hope you‘ve enjoyed our massive thesis on this wonderful flick.