As Patron Request month continues, Brian and Cargill flash some badge with Police Story. The guys discuss the stunts, the legacy and he recent Criterion release f this classic. Also explored, are sugar glass, Devo, and how much cake play is too much cake play.Enjoy at your own risk!
Just released from the Patron archives, originally posted March 17th 2017, now everyone can sink their claws into this episode on Logan!Brian and Cargill are joined by director Joe Lynch to discuss the grit, the irony, and the fact that Logan is one of the best modern westerns ever made. Also discussed are Batman ruining the pearl industry, why Oscar Issac's mom loves X-Men: Apocalypse, and how Wolverine is the Death Star of the X-Men cinematic universe.Like what you hear? Consider becoming a Patron! www.patreon.com/junkfoodcinema
Live from The Highball at Fantastic Fest in Austin, Doug welcomes Ari Aster, Andre Hyland, C. Robert Cargill and Owen Egerton to the show.You can find the entire archive of Doug Loves Movies on Stitcher Premium. For a free month of Stitcher Premium, go to stitcherpremium.com and use promo code "DOUG."
As Patron Request month continues, Brian and Cargill pitch their tents for Sleepaway Camp.It may be an ending in search of a film, but what an amazing ending! The guys discuss the twist, legacy, and hilarious mistakes of this cult classic!Also discussed: Chris Jericho, Papa Earl Jones, and the rocking tunes of Coverboy.Make us happy campers, download and share this episode!
Brian and Cargill violate several prime directives--while making one patron very happy--by taking on Robocop 2. The guys discuss the practical effects, the impractical plot, and practically every other topic imaginable. Also, Robocop vs. Terminator, the resurrection of a bit, and Brian reveals a shocking lack of understanding of geometry. If you're down with OCP, download and share this episode!