Tag Archives: 1985

Cult Film Club Episode 38: Return To Oz

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Welcome back to the Cult Film Club.  For this winter season we thought it would be a great time to break into the genre of kid’s fantasy by taking a look at the 1985 bonkers Disney flick, Return to Oz!  Seriously, on what level is this movie not batshit insane?  Between the archaic shock treatment

Cult Film Club Episode 36: Krush Groove!

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This month the Cult Film Club is back (cue the title track from the Fat Boys Are Back) with a 1985 Hip Hop classic, Krush Groove!  This is a flick that has been on our list to cover since the outset of the show and we’re so happy to finally dip into the world of 80s

Cult Film Club Episode 33: My Science Project

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Welcome back to the Cult Film Club!  This month Pax, Shawn and Jaime are going back to high school for the big science fair.  We need to graduate and our project is the only thing we need to complete to finally get the hell out of school!  Seriously though, this month we’re tackling the 1985

Cult Film Club Episode 32: Just One of the Guys

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In this episode of the Cult Film Club hosts Jaime, Shawn and Pax tackle the seriously under-appreciated 80s teen comedy Just One of the Guys!  Starring Joyce Hyser, Billy Jayne (Jacoby), Billy Zabka, and Clayton Rohner, the film centers around aspiring writer Terry as she learns the hard way that sometimes it sucks to be

Cult Film Club Episode 29: Mad Max Trilogy!

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This month on the Cult Film Club, hosts Paxton, Jaime and Shawn gear up for a fuel-injected podcast crossover of post-apocalyptic proportions as they welcome the Nerd Lunch crew into the clubhouse to talk about all three films in the original Mad Max trilogy! We stripped down the extras a bit to make way for

List vs List vs List: Cult Film Club’s Top 15 Movie Hackers

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Since the Cult Film Club just covered 1995′s Hackers, we thought this would be the perfect opportunity to explore some of our favorite silver screen computer geniuses.  We each narrowed our favorites down to a list of five and we’re pitting them against each other like that time when Acid Burn and Crash Override clashed

You’re in love with a….WTF?!?

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While discussing Mannequin on the latest episode of the Cult Film Club we brought up the fact that in the 80s “unconventional” romances on film was sort of a thing.  You know, boy sculpts girl, boy gets fired for taking too long constructing girl, boy stumbles upon girl in a department store window, boy gets

Cult Film Club Episode 23: Young Sherlock Holmes

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On this episode of the Cult Film Club hosts Pax, Shawn and Jaime take a cue from the wintery season and break out an under-appreciated childhood favorite from 1985, Young Sherlock Holmes! Directed by Barry Levinson (Diner, Wag the Dog) and written by Chris Columbus (Harry Potter, Goonies, Home Alone), the film stars a cast

Cult Film Club Episode 21: The Midnight Hour

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Welcome back Ghouls and Boils to our 2nd annual Cult Film Club Halloween Special. This year Jaime, Paxton and Shawn are covering their first made-for-TV cult flick, the 1985 ABC Special Presentation of The Midnight Hour! Starring Lee Montgomery, Shari Belafonte, LeVar Burton, Peter DeLuise, Dedee Pfeifer, Kevin McCarthy, and Jonelle Allen, the film centers

30 Things we LOVE about…The Last Dragon!

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We here at the Cult Film Club we love movies…TO DEATH, and we thought it would be fun when we tackling a flick, to break down the 30 things we REALLY love about it.  First up is this month’s film selection, Berry Gordy’s The Last Dragon.  Here are the 30 Things we freaking LOVE about