Cinema Beef

  • Cinema Beef Podcast #89 : So Bad It’s Good 2 - We’re back and we’re bad. Well the movies are. Or are they? I am sans Jamie and X but I got Mike Maryman from Theme Warriors, Evil Episodes and the brand new Rad Radio with our picks for the second edition of So Bad It’s Good. Mike chose castaways and mad scientists for his choice. When their hot air balloon crashes on a remote island, the survivors are met by strange doctors, oddly clothed henchmen and scandily clad ladies! All this and bad white guy karate in Frankenstein Island. Then, what do you get when you mix cross dressing scouts, cocaine, bad puns, Corey Feldman, a mime and weird dog innuendo? You get one of the best Lethal Weapon homages ever in Loaded Weapon 1! Podcast: Play in new window | Download
  • Cinema Beef Podcast #88 Droppin’ The Black Mariah - Welcome to the world of card sharks. Where the stakes are high and the women are beauties. We are joined by Brian M. Sammons of Evil Episodes, Dark Regions Radio and ABCs of Hidden Horror podcasts for three films about the perils of gambling. We cover Steve McQueen with an all star cast in The Cincinnati Kid, Robert Mitchum  and Dean Martin fighting to unravel a who done it in Five Card Stud and Matt Damon fights addiction and his ability to save his friend in Rounders. Podcast: Play in new window | Download
  • Cinema Beef Presents : The Beard Hits Bottom #1 Killer Nun (1979) - Welcome to the wonderful experiment known as the Beard Hits Bottom sidecast. I am joined by Vanessa McEnery from the new VD Clinic Podcast to cover the crazy drug induced fever dream Killer Nun. When people start dropping like flies under the questionable Sister Gertrude’s care, everyone suspects that she’s not right in the head. As the body count rises and the sister slowly loses her mind and craziness insues, its up to Gertrude’s lesbian lover to get to bottom of things. All this and wheelchair love in this gem from 1979. Podcast: Play in new window | Download
  • Cinema Beef Podcast #87 : Fictional Band Issues - Cinema Beef is back with no issues. Despite the title of the show. We are joined by Mike White about three very different bands with three very different vibe.  We discuss the very blah David Chase directed Not Fade Away, the very drab Lou Adler directed Ladies and Gentlemen The Fabulous Stains and the very fab John Cameron Mitchell is the drag dynamo with something leftover in Hedwig and The Angry Inch.  Sorry we have been away so long but you’ll hear from us v Podcast: Play in new window | Download
  • Cinema Beef Podcast #86 : That Voodoo That You Do - Welcome to a land where the zombies are vengeful and the mystics are sometimes subpar. The beefers travel to Haiti and get some of that old black magic in em with three superb features. When 007 has to investigate why other MI-6 agents are being assassinated, he in embroiled in a world or witch doctors, gangsters, redneck sheriffs and one shitty but smokin hot tarot reader in Live and Let Die. Next, when Sugar’s boyfriend is killed by gangsters, she calls upon a shaman to raise some hell in the form of zombies to dispatch his killers and get revenge in Sugar Hill.  Finally, when a doctor goes to Africa searching for the secret of raising the dead, he gets more than he bargains for in The Serpent and The Rainbow!  We are joined by Iris Walters (Badasses, Boobs and Bodycounts/Theme Warriors) and Cort Psyops (Cinema Psyops) Jon Cross interview with Gloria Hendry http://aftermoviediner.com/feed/interviews/video/gloria-hendry/urban-action-showcase Podcast: Play in new window | Download
  • Cinema Beef Podcast #85 : Reality Premonition - You ever been home and there is nothing on but uttter reality garbage? It happens all too often. Maybe these films are what’s to blame for the trash we see today. We are joined via Australia by The Wych from The Wych vs. The Doomsday Clock as we discuss three films that pre-dated these shows by a long way. When death row inmates are put on as live executions with cash and prizes at stake, you get hilarity and helmet hair in Deathrow Gameshow. Then, when the people of Denton flock to a local tv station, Brad and Janet’s sanity and marriage are put to the test through song and anti depressants. All this and rockin fast food in Shock Treatment. Finally, it’s Arnie vs. Corporate Richard Dawson and his squad of colorful stalkers in The Running Man! Watch until your eyes fall out. Don’t worry. You’ll still have your ears to listen to the beef. Podcast: Play in new window | Download
  • Cinema Beef Podcast #84 Hatch-Man Tribute - 82                 Rejoice and let the Capricas fly in celebration of a great man. We lost a great human and actor in Richard Hatch so in that familiar beef style we pay tribute with gusto. I am joined by Cort Psyops and Hatch-Man super fan and personal friend of Captain Apollo Mike Wellman. First up, when the streets are too much for one veteran, he uses his certain set of skills to take out the gangs and clean up his neighborhood. All this and motocrossin’ clowns in Ghetto Blaster. In Prisoners Of The Lost Universe, the Hatch-Man and his maiden fair are transported to a far away land full of unique baddies and pits him against one John Saxon. It’s a battle of manly wits in the fantasy fare. So celebrate this great man and watch some pretty amazing flicks. SO SAY WE ALL! Music Credits “Starman” performed by David Bowie from the album “Ziggy Stardust and The Spiders From Mars” “Our World” performed by My Morning Jacket from the album “The Muppets : The Green Album” Watch Ghetto Blaster https://www.youtube.com/shared?ci=dhdE73-6XGA Watch Prisoners Of The Lost Universe https://www.youtube.com/shared?ci=5NYjozzDGrw When you’re in Culver City [...]
  • CB #83 Rainy Days and Evil Bosses Always Bring Me Down -                 Does work give you the Monday blues everyday? Do you work for a reprehensible creep? Well you thought you’re job was bad.  Try working for these super bosses and I ain’t talkin about the Devil Wears Prada. We got three features with that evil boss motif and we couldn’t have picked better guests. We got the darlings of the Legion feed Ricky and Danny from the Hail Ming Power Hour.  We talk about the always classy Eddie Arkadian with a side of Sho Nuff in The Last Dragon, the bust havin and jockass breaking Brell from No Holds Barred and the music and scene stealin Swan from Phantom Of The Paradise. Turn on your camera and call your mama. We might just sell our souls by the time this is over! Podcast: Play in new window | Download
  • Cinema Beef Podcast #82 : You Rub Me The Wrong Way - Have you ever had a performance that made you sketchy about a certain person in the film. We have and let me tell you that some of these people are awful. Dig into our minds and sometimes trauma in four films chosen by the hosts. Podcast: Play in new window | Download
  • CB Presents : Who’s Scowl Is It Anyway #1 The Million Eyes Of Sumuru - Here it is, folks.  The first edition that pits two actors against one another to answer the age old question of these two dopplegangers, who’s scowl is it anyway! Mike Maryman joins Jamie and Gary to discuss what turned out to be quite the gem in “The Million Eyes Of Sumuru.” When two lotharios get caught up in a web of beautiful girls and general tomfoolery, they stumble onto a plot in which a harem of beautiful women have intentions to get their kicks by taking over the world using thier deadly feminine wiles and even wackier inventions. Keep calm and scowl on, beefers!     Podcast: Play in new window | Download
  • Cinema Beef #81 : Dr. G-Love and How I Learned How To Tolerate The Colleens - All right, beefers. Pack light and dress warm. We’re headed North to Canada with Kevin Smith to discuss his True North Trilogy (so far). We got animal lovers, new age martial arts, crazy man hunters and bratzis?! We have a full show with special guests Jon Cross of The After Movie Diner and Dan Chase of Cut To The Chase joining us on this trip.  How’s aboot that!?   Podcast: Play in new window | Download
  • 31 Days of Rotting Beef Day 12 : Beware! Children At Play - The Beef travels to small town USA where the citizens are holier than thou and the kids are hungry for attention. When kids and adults start to go missing in a small town, It’s up to a writer to figure out the puzzle of the “woodies” and how to keep these little bastards from filling their bellies. All this and mass genocide in Beware! Children At Play. From Troma! Of Course. Podcast: Play in new window | Download
  • 31 Days of Rotting Beef Day 11 : Society - Welcome to high society where cash is king and you can be for dinner. Suzanne and I cover the Brian Yuzna directed Society from 1989. Rich kid Billy is having and identity crisis. He’s not sure who he is or even where he belongs. Soon he starts to learn the ugly truth about his lineage, his surroundings and how far a human body can stretch. All this and a whole lot of KY jelly in Society! Podcast: Play in new window | Download
  • 31 Days of Rotting Beef Day 10 : The Prowler - Day 10 brings us to the graduation dance and Filip Onell and I are going stag. This is my big redemption film in The Prowler from 1981. After one of the big wars, Rosemary breaks up with her soldier boyfriend. She gets his response in the form of a pitchfork and rose. Years later, teens reboot the banned get together only to attract more blood and carnage. Podcast: Play in new window | Download
  • 31 Days of Rotting Beef Day 9 : Blood and Donuts - The Beef heads up to the great white North for a pastry run. When a vampire moves in to a hotel, he falls in love with a waitress at a  local donut shop. He soon runs afoul of some local baddies led by David Cronenberg and becomes the sole protector of the lady fair. Can their love survive with the strains of daylight and bloodlust? Find out in Blood and Donuts from 1995. Podcast: Play in new window | Download
  • 31 Days of Rotting Beef Day 8 : Black Sheep (2006) - Cort Psyops and myself head to the land of the kiwis where the land is vast and beautiful but the livestock have a screw loose. We are of course covering the flock-sploitation joint from New Zealand Black Sheep. When a scientist starts to do strange experiments on the sheep of a small village, one of the abominations gets loose and infects the whole populace including some of the townsfolk to bloody and hilarious results. Podcast: Play in new window | Download
  • 31 Days of Rotting Beef Day 7 : Ruby - The Beef gets all gangsta on this edition. Day 7 is going on last train to crazytown with Piper Laurie in Ruby from 1977. After Ruby’s gangster husband gets gunned down by his own men, Ruby is left with a child and a burden of guilt about what happened. Now, running a drive in theater ran by her husband’s old crew, Ruby is faced with her employees dropping like flies and her daughter becoming possessed in a bootleg subplot that rivals Abby. All this and fat ladies drinking bodily fluids in Ruby! Podcast: Play in new window | Download
  • 31 Days of Rotting Beef Day 6 : Hands Of The Ripper - Gary, X and Suzanne head to merry ole England in the time when Jack The Ripper was a regular ladies man and a model father. When his daughter witnesses the slaying of her mother by this notorious killer, She is infused with rage and her father’s murderous tendencies. Now a damaged woman, She holds up with a psychiatrist who hopes to figure her out with bloody consequences. All this and shiny trinkets in Hammer Films Hands Of The Ripper from 1971. Podcast: Play in new window | Download
  • 31 Days of Rotting Beef Day 5 : House On The Edge Of The Park - Gary and X go to the Italian pool and discuss one of the more notorious rape revenge films. Or so I thought. When Alex and Ricky go out cruising for their brand of fun, they get more than they bargained for from their company. All this and automotive sabotage in Ruggero Diadatto’s House on The Edge of The Park from 1980. Podcast: Play in new window | Download
  • 31 Days of Rotting Beef Day 4 : Prophecy - X and I go to the forest to seek out some thrills and to eat some massive salmon. We are talking about the 1979 film Prophecy directed by John Frankenheimer. When a doctor is sent out to the forest to settle a land dispute, strange animals start to pop up to ruin the party including a massive skinned bear! Grab your sleeping bag and your favorite Native American, we’re hunting manbearpig! Podcast: Play in new window | Download
  • 31 Days Of Rotting Beef Day 3 : The Cars That Ate Paris - Welcome to Paris, Australia where the economy is king and the incoming motorists are the meal ticket. This little burg’ s main export is the car parts of the poor bastards that happens to come their way with deadly results. Coming tomorrow, Prophecy directed by John Frankenheimer. Podcast: Play in new window | Download
  • 31 Days of Rotting Beef Day 2 Baby Blood - Hey folks. The Beef is going to France on day 2 with a real gusher. When a nubile circus worker gets invaded by a new attraction. Literally. She now has a new companion and it has a hunger only she can fulfill. Feminism rules in Baby Blood from 1990. Podcast: Play in new window | Download
  • 31 Days of Rotting Beef Day 1 : Alone In The Dark (1982) - Happy Halloween, Legionaires! I’m here with day one of 31 Days of Rotting Beef and we start out with the early 80s slasher Alone In The Dark. When 4 residents of an insane asylum escape during a blackout, they steal a can and some killing supplies and go give their doctor a housecall. Not to mention anyone that gets in their way. This film features cinema giants Jack Palance, Donald Pleasance and Martin Landau. Podcast: Play in new window | Download
  • Cinema Beef Podcast #80 : Beef Stew #1 - Hey Beefers. I am sans Jamie and X on this one so I called in a couple favors. I pulled Cort Psyops and Mike Maryman to do a potluck of cinematic gems for you. When shitty kids put an old man under surveillance for no good reason, their neighbors psyche gets pushed to the edge leading to an ultimate conclusion. James Caan stars in The Good Neighbor from 2016. Next up in Cort’ s pick, when a power tool weilding killer is taking body parts off of its victims, it’s up to three detectives to thwart the plan.  All this and extreme anti smoking messages in Bloodsucking Pharaohs In Pittsburgh. Finally in my pick, when a master of disguise is strangling old ladies all over New York City, it’s up to a detective to outsmart and out wit this vicious killer in No Way To Treat A Lady. Podcast: Play in new window | Download
  • CB Legion Quickie : A Metalhead’s Lament - Hey beefers! Are you ready to rock!? Join Corey Graham and myself as we discuss metal culture in the 80s and what if they were thrust in world of today. We also discuss the film Trick or Treat.  This was a really fun conversation rather than a review and we hope you dig it. Rock on! Podcast: Play in new window | Download
  • Cinema Beef Podcast #79 : Happy Un-Mother’s Day - Pull up a chair, grab some custard and get real sick. Have no fear, mama’s here. We are joined the the pair from the Black Annis Podcast to talk about three very special mothers.  We review the hair raising My Mom’s a Werewolf, the zombie too fest Brain Dead and the queen of the domestic goddesses Beverly Sutphin in Serial Mom. Have a seat on the sofa. Just make sure your ass is on that plastic. Podcast: Play in new window | Download
  • Cinema Beef Legion Quickie : Blood Flows Where Our Rosemary Goes (Bloody Reunion) - Haven’t done one of these one offs in a while but someone among our ranks has a small human who wished to partake in some Korean caliber gore!  We are joined by Ben and Misty’s eldest daughter Rosemary and she drops some charm and her love of this first time watch. In this you get mean kids, awkward kids and buckets of blood. All this and lots of revenge in Bloody Reunion. Enjoy this first timers views and thoughts. She didn’t do so bad for a pre-teen. Check it out!   Podcast: Play in new window | Download
  • Cinema Beef Podcast : 3rd Year Anniversary - Hello and welcome finally to the third anniversary show. It only took me months to get it out but it was a good time. It’s filled with your great messages, film reviews, controversy, laughs and features music by Miscellaneous Plumbing Fixtures. It also features our interview with Martin star John Amplas. Strap in. It’s a long one! Podcast: Play in new window | Download
  • Cinema Beef Podcast #77 : Growing Up Gangster - You ever want to strive to be more than you are? You ever feel the pressure of your current situation to do something rotton?  Our three main protagonists in these films all have this in common in our growing up gangster episode. We are joined by Dave Zendano of Bananalaser, The Skeleton Crew, Exploding Heads and ABCs of Hidden Horror Podcasts. We are also joined by Cort Psyops of Cinema Psyops and Geek Chat Army Podcasts. First up, when a local boy’s mother’s illnesses become too much for her to handle, he begins his life of crime with a local mob with hilarious results in Johnny Dangerously from 1985. Next, when a local mutt starts to work for some of the neighborhood’s connected guys, he moves up the ranks fast with dangerous results. All this and the art of prison cooking in Goodfellas from 1991. Finally, when a young boy idolizes a local “hero”, he wants so much to be like him much to the objection of his father. All this and a whole lot of degenerates in the much loved A Bronx Tale from 1993. Podcast: Play in new window | Download
  • Cinema Beef #76 : Real Terror In The Aisles - Do you like all the majesty of going to the cinema but dont like getting mutilated by high prices and raving maniacs? Then you’ll hate these films. We’re doing three films where people are terrorized in and out of the theater.  First up, when folks are invited to a sneak preview, they get more than a free ticket when they have to fend off a legion of demons in Demons from 1985. Next, when film students decide to put on a horror a thon, a mysterious killer starts to pick them off one by one so he can finish his owm movie. All this and wheelchair electricution in Popcorn from 1991. John Goodman gets to play makeshift William Castle when he brings his new monster movie to Key West during that whole Cuban Missile Crisis thing.  Scumbag poets and puns run rampant in Joe Dante’s Matinee from 1993. We are joined by author/editor Brian M. Sammons of the ABCs of Hidden Horror, Evil Episodes and Dark Regions Radio Podcasts. Podcast: Play in new window | Download
  • CB # 75 Bootleg Teenage Bonds - Some kids have it all.  They get the girls, the amazing cars and all the super villains they can handle. We are discussing the other Bonds that are may or may not be up to par. You can decide! We welcome Huke and Cristi on this one. First up, when young gymnast Lance Stargrove’s father is killed, he inherits a super farm house and one saucy femme fatale in the form of Vanity. He is pitted against one freaky deaky drag queen whose goal is to poison the water supply. Will young Stargrove be able to live up to his father’s legacy and attempt sex with Vanity? Find out in Never Too Young To Die. Next, when an American rock and roll star comes to Germany as a good will ambassador,  he gets caught up in politics and some wacky freedom fighters. Val Kilmer sings and swings in the Zucker spy spoof Top Secret. Finally, when teenage French class reject Michael Corbin is mistaken for a super spy, he gets a hot car, a saucy waif and a series of baddies on his trail. All this and combat condoms in the Richard Grieco vehicle If Looks Could Kil.   Podcast: [...]
  • CB #74 Those Other Little Creatures - You remember those films you loved with furry sometimes slimy critters who are cute one minute and disastrous the next.  Well! This is the episode for you!  We are joined by Mike Maryman to discuss three gems of that genre. First up, when some little creeps escape from a vault, they make folks wildest dreams come true. Right before they kill them. All this and more in Hobgoblins. Next, when a worm/wolf type monster is found in an archaeological dig, he is really cute in a Gizmo rip off kind of way. When he gets hurt, he multiplies and his nasty offspring have shenanigans all over the desert. All this and Turd Ferguson in Munchies. Finally, in something good, when a boy reads an inscription on a children’s toy, he opens a doorway to hell in his back yard.  All this and some pretty nasty faced little cretins in The Gate! Podcast: Play in new window | Download
  • Cinema Beef Podcast #73 : Bumping Off The Competition - Welcome to the world or extreme competion. Where the girls are hot and the old men are pervy and everyone wants to come up on top.  We are joined by Duncan McLeish of The Podcast Under The Stairs and the upcoming Chronicle podcast and the Swedish Cinemasocist for these three tales. First up, when sleazy producer John Vernon invites six aspiring starlets to his secluded mansion for a spin on his casting couch, a masked killer shows up to ruin their chances for fame and fortune. All this and useless plot devices in Curtains. Then, it’s pagaent time in Mount Rose and the competition is fierce.  When a small town has their yearly teenage beauty contest, someone is making a killing. All the way to the winning circle. All this and anorexia jokes in Drop Dead Gorgeous. Finally, while on a corporate retreat, the employees are hoping for some fun times with nature. They get all that and a whole lot more when they get picked off one by one in Severance.  Do we hope you enjoy the show? You betcha, Iris! Podcast: Play in new window | Download
  • Cinema Beef Podcast #72 : Santa Jumps The Shark : Silent Night Deadly Night Retrospective - Happy holidays from the Cinema Beef crew. We give you the gift of a joy for you but torture for us in this very naughty retrospective. We cover all 6 films in the Silent Night Deadly Night series. There’s a lot of ups and downs and maybe some tears in this series so strap in. Join Billy, Ricky, Joe, witches and even Clint Howard as they hack, slash and burn their way into obscurity. There’s laughs, analogies and some great holiday tunes. Thanks for your support always! Podcast: Play in new window | Download
  • Cinema Beef Podcast #71 : Injuns On The Fringe - Remember back in the day when men were men but some men were something else. These men can cross races and that’s rare. These are white guys who played Native American roles. I know right. First up, when ruthless outlaws are killing his people, it’s up to Joe to kill the oppressors, get the girl and keep up with that damn horse. All this and a pretty banging Morricone score in the Burt Reynolds vehicle Navajo Joe. Then, when the good people of the southwest are in trouble, they look to none other than the half white/half Native American, Hapkido kicking and surprisingly soft spoken Billy Jack to save them from townies, crooked horse harvesters and general evil doers. All this and a whole lot of pacifism in Billy Jack. Finally, It’s bad cop meets angry brave in a an action snore fest. When a  sacred spear is stolen from Lakota Indian Lou Diamond Phillips, he has to join forces with a hard nosed cop in Kiefer Sutherland to stop the bad guys and restore order the tribe. All this and dramatic shootings in Renegades. Podcast: Play in new window | Download
  • CB #70 Hero Worship - Strap in and protect your ankles!  There’s danger all over this episode. I am joined by CDR of the Cult Of Muscle podcast this time and talk about obsession on multiple levels. First up, when young Davey gets a hold of some touchy government information from some bad guys, it is up to him and his trusty imaginary friend Jack Flack to stop the baddies and try to stay alive in Cloak & Dagger. Next up, writer Paul Sheldon gets taken in by Annie Wilkes only to find out that she loves his work and will do anything for him to keep the stories coming. All this and cockadoody cars in Misery!  Finally, when a film obsessed kid is thrust into his favorite action hero’s film, its up to him to help Jack Slater to stop the bad guys, survive extreme explosions and an enormous script of bad action tropes in Last Action Hero! Podcast: Play in new window | Download
  • Cinema Beef Podcast #69 : Supernatural Shitty Kids - Are you having problems with your kids? Does the sight of them make you break out in blood?  It’s time to shut that shit down. Cinema Beef is back with a full show with Terror Troop’s Wildman Willis in tow. First up in this trio of troubled kids flicks, we got a couple who enter a Nebraska town and find a crop of religious brats with blood sacrifice on their brains in Children of the Corn from 1984. Next up, when Joey’s father passes away, he starts to see some strange stuff including a talking dummy and film licenses galore. All this and Darth Vader in Making Contact!  Finally, when the parents move to a secluded home when their two brats start to have problems, they go through extreme measures to straighten them out. The kids have other plans. All this and cat mutilation in Home Movie from 2008. This one was fun to record. Hope you guys dig it!   Podcast: Play in new window | Download
  • CB 31 Days of Rotting Beef #4 The Pit - Day 4 brings us shitty kids and ancient man apes in The Pit from 1981! Lonely, pervy Jamie is a weird little boy. He talks to his teddy obsessively and he loves vintage porn mags! If that wasnt bad enough he has made friends with a group of hairy dudes in a hole and they are famished. Join him as he kills off his bullies with hilarious results. All this and more in this gem!  Tomorrow, machinery is whacked out and the body count is climbing in The Lift! Podcast: Play in new window | Download
  • CB 31 Days of Rotting Beef #3 The Willies - Day 3 of the horrors!  This time around the tame anthology film The Willies from 1990. Join Sean Astin as he tells two stories or fright featuring a bullied boy and his monster and a chunky bastards with an insect fetish. Coming up in episode 4, The Pit from 1981! Podcast: Play in new window | Download
  • CB 31 Days of Rotting Beef #2 Blood Salvage - Day two of this marathon and this one is a doozy. When folks are being ran off the side of the road, it seems like a series of roadside massacres. On the contrary, our would be assassins/yokels are …..amateur surgeons?   These hillbillies are selling organs to the public while keeping their victims alive in a hilarious way. Miracle cures, fake Elvis impersonators,  prize fighter cameos and a whole lot more in 1990s Blood Salvage! Podcast: Play in new window | Download
  • CB 31 Days of Rotting Beef #1 : The Horror at 37,000 Feet -     Welcome to our one month long celebration of some of the best but mostly the worst the horror genre has to offer. First up, when a cargo plane has an ancient druid alter in it’s hold, it’s up to varying tv stars to fight the angry elements that spew and goo from it. All this and several Shatner monologues that will make you salivate for more in The Horror From 37,000 Feet! Podcast: Play in new window | Download
  • Cinema Beef Presents : Dreams of Hitch and Insects : An Interview With Tom Holland - Join Jamie and myself as we talk to an industry legend, Mr. Tom Holland. We get into his early career all the through to Fright Night. Hopefully he’ll come back and talk with us about the rest of it but he went in depth on a bunch of his films. We had a great time chatting with him and we hope you enjoy it. Special thanks to Bo Ransdell and Jeffery X Martin.   Podcast: Play in new window | Download
  • Cinema Beef Podcast #68 : KISS-Teria -   You wanted the best! You’ve got the best! The most animated band in the world!  Alright. That’s enough of that. Join Jamie, Brian, Newty, Suzanne and me as we explore the majesty or the mediocrity of the band KISS in three features. First up, KISS is slated to play a three night stint at Mega Mountain only to be thwarted by a an android making mad scientist. Will rock and roll and bad dubbing save the day. All this and the Spaceman barks in KISS Meets The Phantom of the Park. Next, four stoners go on a quest to see their favorite leather clad idols. Watch the boys dodge guidos, muscle bound bohunks, the clergy and Lin Shaye in Detroit Rock City. Finally, Mystery Inc. joins our heroes to stop a spectre in a KISS themed amusement park. Outworldly dimensions, music montages and product placement is rampant in Scooby-Doo and KISS : A Rock and Roll Mystery. Give it a listen and remember to rock and roll all night and part of every day. Podcast: Play in new window | Download
  • Cinema Beef Podcast #67 : Your Cheatin’ Heart - menCinema Beef is back and better than ever. I am joined by new permanent co-host , Jamie Jenkins!  This is a show full of scorned lovers, greed and just genreal insanity.  First up, Joan Crawford is out of the asylum and up to her old murderous tricks again.  Or is she? All this and shifty handymen in Strait-Jacket!  Then, When a brother steals his brother’s new bride and supposedly a bunch of money, he pursues them with a jealous heart and out of general stupidity.  Will love conquer all? All that and Delroy Lindo in Feeling Minnesota.  Finally, when a mob tart falls in love with her sexy handywoman, they make a play for a bunch of cash all while trying to screw over Joey Pantiliano.  All this and some very heavy petting in Bound. Podcast: Play in new window | Download
  • Cinema Beef Podcast Presents : Magnificent Montages and Cheeesdick Closers Playlist 2 – The Buffying -   I get bored easily so here is a second edition of the playlist!  Here’s the track listing below.  I had a lot of fun with this one.  Enjoy! Fight the Power – Public Enemy (Do The Right Thing) Friends – Dragon Sound (Miami Connection) Where Is My Mind – The Pixies (Fight Club) T.U.R.T.L.E. Power – Partners in Kryme (TMNT 1) Would I Lie To You – Eurythmics (One Crazy Summer) Fast As A Shark -Accept (Demons) Shape of my Heart – Sting (Leon The Professional) You’re Just What I’ve Been Looking For(Angela’s Theme) -Frank Vinci (Sleepaway Camp) Happy – Oingo Boingo (Summer School) The Hell of it – Paul Williams (Phantom of the Paradise) Send Me An Angel – Real Life (The Wizard) Maniac Cop Rap – Yeshwua Barnes and Brian B.Dub Woods (Maniac Cop 2) No Holds Barred – John Joyce ( No Holds Barred) In the City – Joe Walsh (The Warriors) Bud The CHUD – Kipp Lennon (C.H.U.D. 2 Bud The Chud) The End is the Beginning is the End- Smashing Pumpkins (Batman and Robin) ron Eagle (Never Say Die) – King Kobra (Iron Eagle) Framed – Cheech and Chong (Up In Smoke) I Ain’t [...]
  • Cinema Beef Podcast #66 : Dog Obsession -   Hey dog lovers!   You may not be after this edition of Cinema Beef. In am joined by Dan Chase as we talk about canines great and small. First up, Corey Haim adopts a golden retriever that comes with some strings. Those strings being that the dog is super intelligent and that it has a mini squatch counterpart who will kill anything in it’s path to be reunited. All this and Michael Ironside in Watchers!  Next, nosey reporter Ally Sheedy kidnaps a lab pooch not knowing his true potential. This dog doesn’t just run and fetch. He is imbued with the powers and traits of multiple animals and is set loose on man and feline alike. Lance Henrikson screams and shoots in Man’s Best Friend. Finally, when a group of pooch loving owners make it out the prestigious Mayflower dog show, they will stop at nothing to get that blue ribbon and the big prize.  The fur’s gonna fly with an all star cast in Christopher Guest’s Best in Show. Podcast: Play in new window | Download
  • Cinema Beef Podcast #65 : An Irwin Allen Joint -   Cinema Beef is back with an all star cast.  We are joined by Gene Hackman, Red Buttons, Roddy McDowell, Michael Caine, Steve McQueen, Paul Newman, O.J. Simpson, Richard Widm, THat kid that played Bobby Brady, other shitty kids and most importantly Mike Maryman!  We are covering three films made by the master of disaster, Irwin Allen!  First up, when a giant wave films luxury cruise liner The Poseiden over, it is up to a small group of survivors to get to safety and hopefully see “The Morning After”  All this and Ernest Borgnine yelling in The Poseiden Adventure.  In The Towering Inferno, one of the grandest skyscrapers is making its big debut.  Little do the folks know what cutting corners is gonna burn them in the end.  All this and lots of burnt crackers in this 70s gem.  Finally, killer bees are taking the U.S. by storm and I don’t mean the tag team.  It’s up to Michael Caine and others to take care of business and save the nation from The Swarm! Podcast: Play in new window | Download
  • Cinema Beef Podcast #64 : Heston’s Ascot Gave Me Plague AIDS -   Is it rough being part of a populace that has way more chest hair than you?  Do religious zealots got you down? Can you just not get enough to eat? Old Chuck Heston has all these problems and they are all addressed in this edition of Cinema Beef.  We are joined by The Projection Booth’s Mike White as we discuss three Heston classics.  First up, Chuck is a man among simeon in a struggle in equality and loin cloth maintenance in Planet of the Apes.  Next, Chuck is a man who feels happy about isolation.  Except for the army of  albino zealots who want to foil his plans every time the sun goes down.  All this and 2 crucifixions in The Omega Man  Finally, three overweight hosts talk about their feelings and the foils of overpopulation in Soylent Green.  Grab your gun and some tissue.  Chuck is gonna bring the pain and the vinegar strokes.   Check out the Projection Booth at Projection-booth.com Podcast: Play in new window | Download
  • Cinema Beef Podcast : Killer Kids and Privileged Bitches -   You folks think “entitlement” is a new behavioral trend? Get off our respective lawns! Teenagers have going off the deep end for years. Join us for a new Cinema Beef, where we tackle the private world of Privileged Bitches. Whether it’s popular bitches, like in JAWBREAKER and HEATHERS, rapey boys like in MASSACRE AT CENTRAL HIGH or a teenage gang of impossibly beautiful punks in CLASS OF 1984. your hosts Gary Hill and Jeffery X Martin worm their way in to even the most exclusive of social circles. Quit trying to make “fetch” work and GET OFF OUR LAWNS. But download the show. Stream it. Something. Really, though. Keep off the grass. Jesus. How many times have we had this same conversation? Podcast: Play in new window | Download
  • Cinema Beef Podcast : T.V. Stars Gone Mad - Grab your Hungry Man dinners, kiddies.  It’s time to dive into the works of some of your favorite prime time players from yesteryear.  X is absent this time around but I am joined by one half of The Projection Booth, Rob St. Mary.  First up, we are joined by the Shatner as he plays a race agitator in a small southern town on the brink of school integration in the Roger Corman directed The Intruder from 1962.  Then, a group of young yuppies are stranded on an island only to find it inhabited by the strangest family this side of the Ozarks.  It’s The Munsters’ Yvonne DeCarlo starring in American Gothic from 1988.  Finally, when lightning strikes a geek’s bullies after they pass away in a traffic accident, they are turned into zombies (of sorts) and still are up to their old tricks.  It features Scott Grimes (Critters) and Gomez Addams himself, John Astin, in Night Life from 1989.     Podcast: Play in new window | Download
  • Cinema Beef Podcast : Dentistry Through The Ages -   Open wide, say “AHHHHH” and let Gary Hill and X depress your tongue with our big… show about movies! This time on Cinema Beef Podcast, we grin and bear it for Hollywood’s worst dentists. Join us as we discuss “Marathon Man,” “Little Shop of Horrors (1986)” and “Novocaine.” You’ll also get our Beef of the Week and a lot of laughs and foul language along the way. What else did you expect? Brace yourself for this all-new episode of Cinema Beef… it’s got great word of mouth! Podcast: Play in new window | Download
  • Cinema Beef Podcast #60 : It Only Rains Men and Blood From The Disco Ball -   Once upon a time, not too long ago, homosexuality was a strange dirty secret. Hollywood was never quite sure how to acknowledge it. This all changed when the HIV/AIDS epidemic began, so on this Cinema Beef Podcast, we look at three extremely different views of homosexuality B.P. (Before “Philadelphia”). Join The Beardmaster, Gary Hill, his ward, Professor X, and special guest, Wildman Willis Wheeler, as they look at William Friedkin’s “Cruising,” Jack Sholder’s “A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy’s Revenge” and the amazingly flamboyant “Can’t Stop the Music,” starring the Village People. Can you retain sphincter control throughout this show? There’s only one way to find out…   Contact Info Facebook : Gary Hill, Jeffery X Martin, Willis Wheeler Twitter : @GDubby, @JefferyXMartin, @nastywilldc E-mail : cinemabeefpodcast@gmail.com   Music Credits “Dancing in the Sheets” performed by Shalamar “Makin’ It” pefromerd  by David Naughton   Terror Troop Kiss the Goat, 6.5 Feet Under and Not So Evil Episodes On Horrorphilia   Podcast: Play in new window | Download
  • Cinema Beef Podcast : Eyepatch Theory w/ Professor X -     Grab your glass eyeball, the kids and your wits because Cinema Beef is back with a real doozy.  I am joined by my permanent co-host, Jeffery X Martin, as we trudge into some awkward territory.  X has programmed three very connected Kurt Russell films for us to forge on through.  First up, Snake takes on fabulous bad guys, punks and dated technology in Escape From New York.  Then, Russell plays scumbag number one when he kidnaps a rich bitch with hilarious and creepy results in Overboard.  Finally, we take to the high seas where Kurt comes full circle, tortures a stuffy businessman’s family and becomes nautical Jesus in Captain Ron.  Hope you guys like the new format.  It’s only gonna get weirder! Links Kiss The Goat 6.5 Feet Under  Sloppy Seconds  Podcast: Play in new window | Download
  • Cinema Beef : Cheesedick Closers and Magnificent Montages Playlist - I  put this together a while ago but it is now available on the Legion feed!  Remember the days when films had those songs that would come up when the characters were either working out or doing a project of just trying to real some insurmountable goal? Do you remember those often cheesy end of film songs? Then, this is the playlist to feed your appetite! This is 22 tracks that I hope will keep you unnecessarily motivated for at least an hour and 40 minutes. Then, you’re on your own. Or just start it all over again! Here is the track listing!   “Megaforce” performed by Dallas Aor Band 707 from the film “Megaforce” (1982) (Listener request!) “You Got the Touch” perfromed by Stan Bush from the film “Transformers : The Movie” (1986) “Win in the End” performed by Mark Safan from the film “Teen Wolf” (1985) “Push It to the Limit” performed by Paul Engemann from the film “Scarface” (1983) “Stand On Your Own” performed by Joe Toronto from the film “No Retreat, No Surrender” “Theme from Tango and CASH” performed by Harold Faltermeyer (1989) “Never” performed by Moving Pictures from the film “Footloose” “You’re the Best” performed [...]
  • Cinema Beef Podcast 2.0 : Corralled At Precinct 13 - Cinema Beef is back once again guns a blazing for yet another reboot.  I am joined by Jeffery X Martin for a triple feature of epic proportions.  Well two of them anyways.  First up, join The Duke, Ricky Nelson and Dean Martin as they detox and kill baddies in a small western town in Rio Bravo from 1959.  Then, we travel to a California ghetto where crime is high and the gang members are expert marksmen.  All this and some revenge stuff in a police station in John Carpenter’s classic Assault on Precinct 13 from 1976.  Finally, we dig in on the beef of this episode.  We cover the debacle that is the shootier, gorier and much lamer Precict 13 redux from 2005.   Links Kiss The Goar, 6.5 Feet Under Music “My Rifle, My Pony and Me” Peformed by Dean Martin, Ricky Nelson and Walter Brennan “A Gringo Like Me” Performed by Peter Tevis and Ennio Morricone and his orchestra “The Trooper” Performed by Iron Maiden Podcast: Play in new window | Download
  • Cinema Beef Podcast #57 : Rabid Heroes and Incestuous Sheep - Lock your doors and put up that wall, Cinema Beef rides again with some campy ass shit.  I am joined by James Cox of the Who Filmed This Shit Podcast and we got some real winners this time.  First up, when a St. Bernard gets into some mischief with some bats and possibly some crystal meth, he toys with a cheating wife and her emaciated son with mediocre results in Cujo from 1983. Then, we head to Midwich! Where the janitors are drunk, the doctors are smug and the children are all fucked up.  We cover John Carpenter’s Village of the Damned from 1995!  This one goes to some weird places so I apologize ahead of time!   Contact Info Facebook : Gary Hill Twitter : @GDubby E-Mail : cinemabeefpodcast@gmail.com Facebook Group : https://www.facebook.com/groups/CinemaBeef/   James Facebook : James Cox Facebook Group : https://www.facebook.com/groups/whofilmedthisshit/   Music Credits “Can Your Pussy Do The Dog?” performed by The Cramps “Kids of the Damned” performed by Svengoolie (Rich Koz) and Doug Graves “Deer Dance” performed by System of a Down    Links Sloppy Seconds Rate us on iTunes and win some free shit! Who Filmed This Shit Podcast!     Podcast: Play in new window [...]
  • Cinema Beef Podcast #56 : So Bad It’s Good -   Happy Halloween  from Cinema Beef!  I am joined by Doug Tilley and Bo Ransdell as we discuss our picks for films that are so bad they are good!  First up, Doug takes us to crazy town as Billy deals with budding homosexuality, murder and one crazy ass aunt in Night Warning from 1982.  Next. we go into the woods with Bo and deal with some hungry rednecks in Cannibal Campout from 1988.  Finally, we tempt evil forces and get all of out senses offended in the process in Nightmare Sisters from 1988!  We also have many submissions from other podcasters on what their choices are for this as well!  Enjoy! Contact Info Facebook : Gary Hill, Bo Ransdell, Douglas Tilley Twitter : @GDubby, @Doug_Tilley, @BoinTN E-Mail : cinemabeefpodcast@gmail.com   Links No Budget Nightmares  Not So Evil Sidecast Watch Night Warning  Watch Cannibal Campout   Podcast: Play in new window | Download
  • Cinema Beef Podcast : #55 : Even Asian Girls and Maestros Get the Blues -   Hello, Beefers!  In this episode, I will need you all to prick up your ears and squeal in pain!  I am joined by Onyx Hades of the Horrorcopia and Bump In The Night Podcasts! We cover two very different kinds of films in this one.  First up, one lonely widower takes tryouts for a new wife and gets  more than he bargained for when he picks a real winner.  Join the fun and the torture as Onyx and I discuss Takashi Miike’s Audition from 1999.  Then, we grab our powdered wigs and take to the stage as we join Mozart, not Moe Zart, and Salieri and take  an in depth look into their rivalry, creative struggle and one’s eventual murder in Amadeus from 1984.   Contact Info Gary Facebook : Gary Hill Twitter : @GDubby E-Mail : cinemabeefpodcast@gmail.com   Onyx Facebook : Onyx Hades   Links Purely Random Podcast Network Join the Cinema Beef group! Rate and review us on iTunes!     Podcast: Play in new window | Download
  • Cinema Beef Podcast #54 : Beefing on Hughes - On this episode, I am joined by Vaughn Kuhlmeier of Motion Picture Massacre and we chat about two very different films.  First up, the hero in this movie is a slacker on a road to nowhere as women’s heads are being crushed and the men are spraying their essence on everything in The Taint from 2011.  Then, Vaughn rips open our childhoods and our hearts when we discuss all things John Hughes and mainly The Breakfast Club from 1984.   Contact Info Gary Facebook : Gary Hill Twitter : @GDubby E-Mail : cinemabeefpodcast@gmail.com   Vaughn Facebook : Vaughn Kuhlmeier Twitter : @mpmassacre   Music Credits “I Used To Love Her” performed by Guns N’ Roses from the album G N’ R Lies “Teenagers” performed by My Chemical Romance from the album “The Black Parade”   Links Motion Picture Massacre  Terror Troop  Cinema Beef FB Group! Like The Bird and The Beard! Rate and review us on iTunes Podcast: Play in new window | Download
  • Cinema Beef Podcast : #53 Finger Probes and Replacement Breasts -   There’s an alien invasion and it has set it’s sites on Cinema Beef! I am joined by my fellow Terror Trooper and toy aficionado, Willis Wheeler! We cover two films that are products of the 1980s so it should be right up our alley! First up, we go metal on metal with a bunch of wasted performets left in their wake in Transformers : Dark of the Moon from 2011. Then, it’s those rambunctious kids vs. the government with a little brown alien held in the balance in E.T. The Extra Terrestrial from 1982. Pop open a Coors Light and get the hell out of the way of the heavy machinery, Cinema Beef is back on the air!   Contact Info Gary Facebook : Gary Hill Twitter : @GDubby E-Mail : cinemabeefpodcast@gmail.com   Wills Facebook : Willis Wheeler Twitter : @nastywilldc   Music Credits “The Body Electric” performed Rush from the album “Grace Under Pressure” “I’m Going To Go Back There Someday” performed by Paul Williams and The Great Gonzo   Links Terror Troop  Like The Bird and The Beard on Facebook! Check out Willis Wheeler’s YouTube channel! Join the Cinema Beef Facebook group! Rate and review us on [...]
  • Cinema Beef #52 : Slaters Do Australia -   We’re back after an unwanted one month hiatus. Have no fear. We are going to bring out more shows regularly. Am am joined by my future co-host on an untitled project, Erik Bergstrom of 100 Years of Horror and Giallo Ciao Ciao! We are covering two films featuring two members of the Slater clan! First up, Christian Slater oggles his sisters boobies and other rebellious teen shenanigans in The Legend of Billie Jean from 1985! Then, we take to the airwaves with Happy Hard Harry when we make teens make bad decisions in Pump Up The Volume from 1990! In the middle, you will hear a review/discussion from Katie Rots of Rotten Rantings. We talk about super Mick Taylor and his ability to communicate with all his surroundings in Wolf Creek 2! It’s a packed show and there is more to come nest time when I am joined by “Wildman” Willis Wheeler! Stay tuned and keep on beefing! Contact Info Gary  Facebook : Gary Hill Twitter : @GDubby E-Mail : cinemabeefpodcast@gmail.com   Erik Facebook : Erik Brgstrm Twitter : @ThePhantomErik   Katie Facebook : Katie Rots Twitter : @KatieROTS Music Credits “Shake It Out” Performed by Florence The Machine [...]
  • Cinema Beef #51 : Shifty Animals and How I Learned To Tolerate Eduardo Sanchez - Cinema Beef is letting out it’s primal side on this one! This one is guaranteed to bring out the animal in you Beefers! I am joined by LGBT correspondent and one witchy, wolfy gal in Cindy “Sin” Fallon on this one.  First up, we talk about a woman and the demons that haunt her in Lovely Molly from 2011. Then, Liam Neeson takes on the elements, his own humanity and a group of hungry pursuers in The Grey from 2011. Contact Info Facebook : Gary Hill, Cindy Sin Fallon Twitter : @GDubby, @Beechphile E-mail : cinemabeefpodcast@gmail.com Music Credits “The Animal I Have Become” performed by Three Days Grace “The Beast in Me” performed by Johnny Cash Links Check out Sin on “The Morning Ritual with Garret Lewis” on 790 AM KNST. Weekdays, 6 AM – 9 AM If you would like to read more about the demon Orabas, click here. Podcast: Play in new window | Download
  • Cinema Beef #50! : Bat Nips Get Cold in the Attic -   Cinema Beef rides again with a brand new format and a brand new guest! I am joined by Ryan Lewis of Graveshift Radio and we throw out the mutual film and go at it on two way different films! Ryan chose a classic in the slasher genre that I really don’t care for in Bob Clark’s sorority cut up flick in Black Christmas from 1874. Then, we dive into what some folks think is amongst the worse of the worse of superhero films when we talk about and I defend Joel Schumaker’s cowl-gasm in Batman and Robin form 1997. This was a really fun one although I bring the episode down in the end in a wonderful way. Thanks for listening!   Contact Info Facebook : Gary Hill, Ryan Lewis Twitter : @GDubby, @RYN_LEWIS Music Credits “Run For Your Life” performed by The Beatles “The End is the Beginning is the End” performed by Smashing Pumpkins           Podcast: Play in new window | Download
  • State of the Apes Address - t would be our State of the Apes Address! We would discuss the evolution of the original series and where the latest series is now and where it could go next. Join the ape revolution! Contact Info Facebook : Gary Hill Twitter : @GDubby E-Mail : Cinemabeefpodcast@gmail.com Willis Facebook : Willis Wheeler Twitter : @nastywilldc Suzanne Facebook : Suzanne Wilson Cappaletti Twitter : Flyye01 Gill Facebook : Gill Rockatansky Twitter : @GillRockatansky Music Credits “Ape Shall Not Kill Ape” performed by The Vandals “Your Monkey Won’t Be Home Tonight” performed by Buck Owens Podcast: Play in new window | Download

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