Category Archives: Drama

Cult Film Club Episode 22b: Young Guns II!

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On this episode of the Cult Film Club hosts Paxton, Jaime and Shawn get back up on the saddle and follow the Mexican Blackbird down to Old Mexico while they dodge the attempts of Pat Garrett to capture them, all while discussing the 1990 brat pack western sequel Young Guns II! Starring Emilio Estevez, Kiefer

List vs List, Cult Film Club’s Top 10 Gunfighters

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Hello everyone, this is Pax, one-third of your co-hosts for Cult Film Club. With the appearance of our Young Guns double feature this month, Shawn and I have further outed ourselves as big Western fans (originally discussed in our first western, Django, back in episode 3).  And for both of us, Young Guns is where

Cult Film Club Episode 22a: Young Guns!

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On this episode of the Cult Film Club hosts Paxton, Jaime and Shawn strap on their colts, get deputized to avenge the death of their friend, and experiment with peyote as they discuss the 1988 brat pack western Young Guns! Starring Emilo Estevez, Charlie Sheen, Kiefer Sutherland, Lou Diamond Phillips, Dermot Mulroney, Casey Siemaszko, Jack

Cult Film Club Episode 20: Streets of Fire

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We’re back with a brand spanking new episode of the Cult Film Club this week, where we collectively crap our pants over the awesomness that is Walter Hill’s “rock & roll fable” from 1984, STREETS OF FIRE! Though a commercial and critical failure, this high-concept action/drama is a stylystic wonder that blends together different decades,

6 of my favorite pop culture Grim Reapers

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I love the idea of the Grim Reaper. It’s just such a cool visual and the idea of personifying death with this skeletal figure in a tattered black robe and scythe is a cool one. I recently re-watched a few movies and TV shows with Grim Reapers that I loved so I thought I’d run

Cult Film Club Episode 17: Interview with Bill Allen

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Get ready for a very special episode of the Cult Film Club. On our last episode Pax, Jaime and I broke out our BMX bikes and took a look at the 1986 sportsploitation classic Rad. To cap off that discussion we had the opportunity to chat with the star of the movie, Cru Jones himself,

30 Things We Love About…RAD!

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Whether it’s taking peg rides on the back of your brothers BMX bike, amazing Thriller-inspired jumpsuits, or breathtaking bicycle boogie dance sequences, there is a ton of stuff to love about the movie Rad.  Here’s a list of the 30 Things We LOVE About it…

This Ad is RAD

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So we talked a lot on the most recent CFC episode about how the movie Rad was never really released to the public.  Though there was a laser disc issued for the flick, most people who saw it did so via the VHS release back in September of 1986.  These cassettes were sold directly to

Cult Film Club Episode 16: Rad!

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On this episode of the Cult Film Club hosts Shawn, Pax and Jaime feel the Thunder in our Hearts as we Break The Ice, and break out our BMX bikes doing bunny hops and frame jumps. We’re talking about the classic 1986 sportsploitation flick Rad starring Bill Allen, Talia Shire, Lori Loughlin, Bart Connors, Jack

7 Favorite Ascot-Wearing Villains

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Villains come with many quirks; megalomania, sociopath, obsessive compulsiveness.  You name it, there’s some villain with that attribute.  One of the more fun type of villains is one that is a fancy dresser.  Tuxes.  Three piece suits.  Battle armor.  Ascot. Yep, the ascot.  The ascot tie has been a defining villainous characteristic for decades.  And yes,