We’re back, and it’s Chansmas in July! As such, we’re watching 2012’s Chinese Zodiac, a sequel(?) to the Operation Condor/Armour of God series of films, though there’s no major connection to the series.

Hey, remember the last time we watched a Jackie Chan movie, and the ending was absoutely nuts? Well, get ready for that again.

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Chris came back from his cruise to Cozumel with some Mexican snacks, so we’re watching a movie that’s been described as “Mexico’s answer to Rocky“!

The problem is that the movie isn’t really Mexican and is much, much worse than Rocky. You can watch along with us on Hulu if you want to judge for yourself!

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Listener CJ Kral emailed us to tell us about a lesser-known 2006 Jackie Chan movie called Robin-B-Hood. Here’s what he said:

“This movie’s ending is one of the most shocking movie endings that I have ever seen. Seriously, the last fifteen minutes of this movie will leave you breathless and will give both of you guys a lot to talk about.”

He was not kidding. It may have been the craziest thing we’ve ever watched for Movie Fighters. Buckle up.

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You voted, we watched! We asked on Twitter whether you’d prefer us to watch Beethoven’s Christmas Adventure or a movie about a ghost who haunts a Vermont inn at Christmastime. The latter won by a landslide, so we fired up the Lifetime Original The Spirit of Christmas with high hopes of a Betrayal at the House on the Hill scenario.

That’s not what we got.

You can watch along with us on Netflix, if you dare.

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You demanded it, so we’re watching it! That’s right, this month we’re challenging the fourth installment of the My Little Pony Equestria Girls series, Legend of Everfree!

And you may find our reaction to it…shocking.

The movie’s available to watch on Netflix, so watch along with us!

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It’s Spooktoberfest, and cruel fate has thrown our newest film at us: 1972’s Horror Express, starring Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing! It’s been described as The Thing on a train, and that’s pretty much exactly what it is, even though it takes a little while to really get up to speed.

It also features two actresses who look so much alike we thought they were the same character through half the movie!

Watch along with us on YouTube!

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We’re brining our Cannon Canon series to a close with 1985’s absolutely awful King Solomon’s Mines, a nominal Allan Quatermain adaptation that’s really an incredibly inept Indiana Jones rip-off.

Only the Icelandic snacks sent to us by listener Einar Masson get us through the horrors of the movie’s 100-minute run time. It commits all the cardinal sins. All of them!

You can watch along with us on The Paramount Vault on YouTube.

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We’re back with another entry in the Cannon Canon, and we’re doing it up big with Ninja III: The Domination, a movie that combines ninja action with supernatural horror, with a dash of the 1980s aerobics craze! It is quite an experience.

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