Motion Picture Meltdown: Season 2/Episode 18 – Never Surrender to Cyborgs!

Who doesn’t like being black, playing basketball, riding your bike, and listening to rap at the same time?

Hello everyone! Welcome to the season finale of Motion Picture Meltdown – Season 2! In this episode, Mark and I tear apart two horrible Jean-Claude Van Damme films, in No Retreat, No Surrender, and Cyborg. We decided to pick two of JCVD’s most terrible and hilariously cheesy movies to finish out this season. We want to apologize for the inconsistency that plagued our podcasts all season long, and we promise to get our shit together and on a regular basis for Season 3, which starts in late February/ early March! In this episode, Mark and I discuss the importance of cock push-ups to cardio, how many stereotypical traits can be jammed into a stereotypical character in one scene, and how thankful we were that Cyborg wasn’t actually Masters of The Universe 2. Enjoy and see you next season!
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Motion Picture Meltdown: Season 2/ Episode 17 – Up For Graboids!

CGI Graboid Tricks.

Hey everyone! Thanks for checking out another episode of Motion Picture Meltdown! Only three episodes left of the season, so make sure you’re heading over to iTunes and subscribing! This week Mark, myself, and former MPM co-host Phil Collins go over Tremors and Tremors II: Aftershocks. We discuss the stupidity of blabbing about science in creature movies that make no sense, the outline of Michael Gross’ career, the downfalls of being named Melvin, and the nonsensical evolution of Graboids. Enjoy the show!
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Motion Picture Meltdown: Season 2/Episode 16 – Gobble, Gobble, Motherf*cker!

This turkey does not have a permit to drive in this state.

Hello to all you fantastic MPM fans out there, and Happy Thanksgiving from all of us at Motion Picture Meltdown and United Cypher. This week Mark and I took on the challenge of watching one of the only (for good reason) Thanksgiving horror movies out there in Thankskilling. In this episode, we talk about the fact that you cannot argue logic in a movie that’s entire plot makes no sense, we discuss the fact that after all these horror movies, there should be no more college students left to kill, and also the lack of holiday horror for our backseat holidays. We hope you have a great Turkey Day, and enjoy this fowl episode. 🙂
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Motion Picture Meltdown: Season 2/Episode 15 – The Dennis Rodcast

Apparently this thing is better than a parachute!

Good evening Sport’s Fans, and thank you for tuning into our special Dennis Rodman episode of Motion Picture Meltdown. This week Mark and I try and unravel the mystery of why five-time NBA champion Dennis Rodman needs to act. The movies we reviewed were less than stellar, but at least gave us some comedic value and were somewhat entertaining. This week we went over Double Team, where Rodman sidekicks for Jean-Claude Van Damme in this martial arts mockery. We also had to sit through Simon Sez, a movie where Rodman gets the leading role, but is quickly spoiled by Dane Cook. In this episode, we go over my boner for JCVD, the complete horribleness of basketball puns, and the fact that when you become a millionaire, the only thing to do is fuck up other people’s professions. Enjoy!
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Motion Picture Meltdown: Season 2/Episode 14 – CHUD-A-Lug, CHUD-A-Lug!

Creature vision on itself?

Hello once again, to all (5) of our faithful listeners out there. This week Mark and myself go over a couple of old-school horror movies in It’s Alive, and C.H.U.D. Both of these movies have been claimed as being underground(pun intended) fan favorites of the horror genre. We don’t know what the big deal is, because these two movies are should be called C.R.A.P. Aside from going through these two garbagefests, Mark and I discuss the origin of Creature Vision, 1970’s scare factor, and our rules and regulations of being homeless shelter owners.  Enjoy!
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