Stunt Rock | Murder Rock: Dancing Death – Hey listeners! Thanks for checking out the newest episode of Motion Picture Meltdown! Dehart hits us with some blind picks this week, and we roast through Stunt Rock (1978) and Lucio Fulci’s Murder Rock: Dancing Death (1984). In this episode, we talk about our favorite film stunts, we talk about Tom Cruise in space, and dive into a school of red herring. Enjoy!Continue reading “MPM: Ep. 403 – Sea of Red Herring”
Yor | Conquest – Hey everyone! Welcome to episode 370 of Motion Picture Meltdown! Dehart chooses a couple of 80’s “fantasy” films for us to watch this week, so we roast through Lucio Fulci’s Conquest from 1983, and Yor: Hunter From The Future! In this episode, we talk about sidekicks that are better than the main heroes, we analyze the use of pteradactyls as gliders, and get pissed at titles that spoil movies. Enjoy!Continue reading “MPM: Ep. 370 – Yor Next!”
City of the Living Dead | The Gate – Hey everyone! Welcome to episode 368 of Motion Picture Meltdown! We finish up our recent spoooooky episodes with a couple of picks from Dehart. This week, we roast through Lucio Fulci’s City of the Living Dead and The Gate. In this episode, you’ll hear us talk about our favorite movie hell gates as well as where we’d put them, we wonder if The Gate was meant for kids or not, and discuss that you always aim for the dick. Enjoy!Continue reading “MPM: Ep. 368 – Hell: The Board Game By Milton Bradley”
Zombie | The Beyond – Hey everyone! Welcome to another episode to Motion Picture Meltdown! This week we continue to focus on an acclaimed horror director and go through a couple of movies directed by possibly one of the most underrated horror directors ever, Lucio Fulci! Cheats, Phil, Dehart and myself go through the 1978 classic cult film, Zombie as well as one of Fulci’s more confusing and gory projects, The Beyond. In this episode, you will here us throw out our favorite zombie films, you will hear describe hell’s parking lot, and Cheats and myself discuss whether character development is a necessity in zombie/horror movies. Enjoy!