A Patrick Swayze Christmas
Our first of two Christmas movies is the forgotten 1985 “classic” Santa Claus: The Movie!
Listen as Chris and Matt’s enthusiasm withers away into anger and disappointment about this strange, confusing morass of a movie that:
- Doesn’t really star Santa Claus and instead focuses on Dudley Moore’s Patch the Elf
- Features Santa befriending a kid whose name he doesn’t know for some reason, despite him being Santa Claus
- Allows Santa no agency whatsoever
- Is really three movies, none of which are very good
- Has one bright, shining light that goes by the name of John Lithgow
All that and more for one dollar!
What The—?! #4 (1988). ‘Lone Wolvie And Chris’.
Well, folks. We lived through it. We made it through Juggalo Month on Movie Fighters.
We present you the second of two episodes about Insane Clown Posse’s films, about the Western Big Money Rustlas. Chris and Matt have a few disagreements about whether it’s better or worse than its predecessor (and rest assured we’re grading on a curve), but we agree on a few things:
- It is a movie.
- There is one decent gag.
- Looking at Scott Hall is very sad.
Hear all that agreeing and disagreeing about something that’s ultimately very inconsequential for just a buck!
A Page from Captain America & The Falcon #296 (1976)
Art & Words by Jack Kirby
With its bright red front door and light and airy interior, this particular West London terrace townhouse is probably the last place you would expect a shady spy to live.
O custo dos Super Heróis antes e agora.
In what universe would Wayne Manor only cost $450K?
Maybe it’s just in a bad part of town.
What’s in the briefcase?
Juggalo month kicks off on Movie Fighters with Insane Clown Posse’s 2001 blaxploitation homage Big Money Hustlas(or, I should say, Hu$tla$). Listen in wonder as we discuss:
- How it’s more of a Zucker brothers rip-off than a blaxploitation homage
- Just how goddamn much filler is in this thing
- How impressive it was that Violent J wrote the script in a month, until we actually watched it
- How the movie was basically over after 45 minutes
- The fleeting joy of seeing Mick Foley for about three minutes
- This movie utterly defeating us
All that for just a buck! (Though, just this once, you can pay more if you want!)