Tag Archives: 1985

Cult Film Club Episode 14: The Last Dragon

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Welcome back to the clubhouse for another episode of the Cult Film Club! On this episode hosts Jaime, Pax and Shawn take on Berry Gordy’s The Last Dragon. Who’s the Master?  SHONUFF!  All three hosts kneel down and kiss some Converse as we discuss our favorite scenes, the amazing soundtrack, and the outrageous soul glow

Cult Film Club Episode 12: Better Off Dead

Better Off Dead

The holidays are here! Between all the last-minute shoppping, awful Christmas songs, dealing with your crazy relatives and their unwanted fruitcake advances, you may as well be Better Off Dead. In this 1985 film directed by Savage Steve Holland, life pretty much sucks for Lane Meyer (John Cusack) whose girlfriend, the beautiful Beth, dumps him

Top 10 One-Eyed Bastards

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Have you ever had one of those days where you got an eyelash stuck up under your eyelid and no matter how much you rub it or splash water on it you can’t get at it?  That was the majority of my morning, and it got to a point where I seriously considered gouging out

Top 5 Junior A-Teams!

Wolverines

I’ve been thinking a bit about the A-Team lately after finding out that the one and only Mr. T now has a twitter account and having just recently found a copy of the recent cinematic re-boot of the franchise in a dump bin for $5.  Though I love the original series and enjoyed the recent

Top 6 School Bullies Shawn loves to Hate!

Scott Farkus and Grover Dill

It’s funny, Bullies seem to be such a hot button topic these days, but I can’t help but love the bullies of the cinematic universe.  Whether it’s a dumb ass jock doing table lifts in the lunchroom spilling everyone’s food (probably because he was a messy baby) or a couple of fashionable goobers who have

Top Five List of Junior BadAsses!

Frog Bros

I’ve watched a lot of kid’s flicks, especially from the 80s, and it’s not very often that I stumble upon an awesome film that managed to elude me for decades.  Last year I was lucky enough to discover the obscure Australian flick The Quest starring a post-E.T. Henry Thomas as an adventuring orphan on the