FANS & FILMS: We've assembled 9 friends for a breakdown of Police Academy (1984), complete with a discussion of the films of 1984 and a character-by-character breakdown of this incredible ensemble. The epic cast is not exempt from our sprawling Total Recast endeavors. You'll hear Skeeter Slater debut on CF3 with the most bad-ass Michael Winslow impersonation ever recorded. You'll hear Steve Fodor (Too Much Scrolling) walk around his house! You'll find out how Jon Cohorn (Modern Horrors) earned the middle name "Comedy Sucks." Matt Miller (Team Mayh3m) joins us from the Blue Oyster. Will Nexii's back hurts. Shitty Kevin Smith starts the FTP movement. There's no doubt it--this truly IS an episode of CF3 Podcast. There, we said it. FINDS: Future guest Melissa Jo Murphy joins us and learns that Dames is a Scooby Doo fan. Jamie Lee Curtis directs, Snowpiercer spawns a TV series, the sequel to Mad Max: Fury Road evolves, and we pay tribute to Fred Willard and Ken Osmond.
FANS: He was Robbie Freeling in Poltergeist (1982) and Poltergeist II: The Other SideĀ (1986) and few cult films get bigger than this! Yes, the great Oliver Robins joins us to discuss his biggest fears--cue lots of bees, trees and clown talk--the alleged Poltergeist "curse," and working with Sonny Bono in Airplane II: The Sequel (1982). Then we get the exciting scoop about the new horror/black comedy that Oliver wrote, directed and stars in: Celebrity Crush (2019). It hits VOD this month, and you won't want to miss it! FILMS: We get so deep into Poltergeist (1982) that we almost cross over to the other side. This review is NOT clean. Or is it? And will Oliver use his film school background to assign it an unbiased rating on the Cult Filmometer, or will he let his "Freeling feelings" take hold? Is this episode a blessing or a curse? Listen and decide. FINDS: Development news, Hamilton on Disney+, Together Apart with Josh Gad goes Back to the Future, the new docuseries Prop Culture is right up our alley, and we lost Jerry Stiller, Little Richard and Roy Horn. Oh, what a week it's been!
FANS: Anthony "Right Boot" De Longis talks about his experiences portraying thug Ketcham in Road House, including his terrible audition, working with the late Patrick Swayze, and driving that sweet monster truck. Find out how you can hang out with Anthony at his ranch! FILMS: Be nice. We "roundhouse" kick Road House (1989) directly into our Cult Filmometer with two special guest reviewers, Ryan Osbahr (Pony Creek) and Dan Olsen (Sack of Lions)--two musicians who have certainly played their share of road house gigs. The things people will do to get a JC Penney in their town will blow your mind. Watch out for polar bears and bring your college transcripts for this one! FINDS: The Goonies cast and crew reunite on Zoom, Parks & Recreation returns for one night only, The Walking Dead, RIP Irrfan Khan, and Universal Studios takes on the chin from AMC and Regal in a move that might ultimately backfire on the theater industry.
FANS: Anthony De Longis (Road House, MOTU, The Sword & the Sorcerer) is an actor, weapons expert, fight choreographer, voiceover artist and so much more with a decades long career in the business, having trained Harrison Ford to use Indy's bullwhip, dueled with Lundrgren's He-Man in Masters of the Universe, and gone toe-to-bladed toe with Patrick Swayze's Dalton in Road House. He talks a lot about weaponry, fight choreography and his time on set as Blade and Skeletor's double in the 1987 Cannon Films He-Man movie. NOTE: This is Week 1 of a back-to-back De Longis doubleheader! FILMS: Kevin Smith (nope, not that Kevin Smith) joins us for a review of Masters of the Universe (1987) that finds us all obviously upset to this to day by the direction the filmmakers took when adapting our childhood favorite. It all makes for a great time with our TOTAL RECAST segment! How does Anthony De Longis--Blade himself--think the film holds up all these years later? And what do we all think of Meg Foster? BONUS: Hear Anthony tell us about reading for parts in the new Netflix MOTU shows! FINDS: Our tribute to the life of Brian Dennehy has some of us wondering if he died in 1995 or just now in 2020. Jeff offers a glimmer of hope with actual news of upcoming projects in development (hint: The Mandalorian Season 2).
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68
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3 days, 17 hours