Hey everyone! Thanks for tuning in for another episode of Motion Picture Meltdown! Phil chooses the movies this week, and gives us a platter of different Science Fiction taste, as we go through Repo Man and Under The Skin. In this episode, we talk about which alien races we’d be ok being abducted by, talk about the amazing career of Harry Dean Stanton, and Stephen admits he’d jump directly in the van with a murderdous ScarJo. Enjoy!Continue reading “MPM: Ep. 345 – Snap Into A Slim James!”
Hey everyone! Welcome to another episode of Motion Picture Meltdown! This week, I pick a couple of old school science fiction/fantasy movies to roast in Barbarella and Zardoz. In this episode, we talk about our favorite bad sci-fi films, Phil talks about the pains of not seeing Jane Fonda in her prime in real life, and there is a lot of talk of banana hammocks. Enjoy!
Hey everyone! Welcome to another episode of Motion Picture Meltdown! This week, Dehart picks a couple movies for us to go through, and we go from low-budget horror to creepy science fiction. In this episode, we roast through Slime City and Dark City. You’ll hear us create out own bizarre cities, including sticky city and clock city, we talk about how the Matrix may have taken some ideas from Dark City, and debate over the correct colors of slime. Enjoy!
Hey everoyne! Welcome to episode 115 of Motion Picture Meltdown! Per Dehart’s request, we’ve decided to go through a couple of his favorite movies by one of his favorite directors, David Cronenberg! Previously roasting through The Fly (http://www.unitedcypher.com/uc/2014/1/5/motion-picture-meltdown-episode-106-jimmy-buffet-entomologis.html), we’ve decided to go through two other fims from the 1980’s. In this episode, we review Videodrome and Scanners. You will hear us plug our death metal industrial grindcore band, Ethereal Dick, as well as listen to Mark’s sick habit of watch Saddam Huessein die. Enjoy!
Hello everyone! Welcome to this week’s episode of Motion Picture Meltdown! In this episode, Mark, Philip, and myself go over a couple of the best sci-fy movies to ever hit the screen as we go through Ridley Scott’s Alien and James Cameron’s Aliens. With there not being too much to harp on in these movies, we spend a lot of time talking about the fact that even now, these movies hold up to even the best of the blockbuster films, a couple of interesting tidbits about the directing of Alien, and oh…the size of Sigourney Weaver’s 1979 bush. Enjoy!