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!

If you’d like to hear our 25 Bandcamp episodes, they’re available here, and be sure to leave us a review on iTunes!

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.

You can watch along on YouTube with us!

If you’d like to hear our 25 Bandcamp episodes, they’re available here, and be sure to leave us a review on iTunes!

We’re finally opening up the Cannon Canon this time around, and we’re starting off with what ultimately proved to be a bad choice, 1987’s Going Bananas, starring Dom DeLuise, Jimmy Walker, a disturbingly adult-like kid and a man in a chimpanzee costume.

The chimp talks, folks. It talks. It’s awful. And it isn’t the only terrible thing about this movie. There’s so much more.

You can watch along with us on YouTube (while it lasts) if you dare!

If you’d like to hear our 25 Bandcamp episodes, they’re available here, and be sure to leave us a review on iTunes!

We asked our listeners which Australian movie we should watch next, and the overwhelming winner in the suggestion contest was 1984’s Razorback, which one critic described as “Jaws with a wiggly tail”! Is it as good as Jaws? No. But it’s fun in its own way, and absolutely nuts.

You can rent Razorback on Amazon to watch along with us if you like!

If you’d like to hear our 25 Bandcamp episodes, they’re available here, and be sure to leave us a review on iTunes!

A fan (the wonderful Lucas Brown) sent us a box of Australian snacks, so we’re paying tribute to the land down under with a short series of Australian films! And we’re kicking it off with a 1983 classic starring a very young Nicole Kidman: BMX Bandits!

Spoiler alert: It’s amazing.

Watch along with us on Amazon Prime! (And here’s the very misleading box art Chris mentioned.)

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Here’s what we knew about the new WWE Studios release, Countdown, going in: It stars Dolph Ziggler and Kane playing cops, part of it takes place at a WWE event, and it has Rusev holding a gun.

It delivers on those promises, but not a whole lot else.

You can watch along with us on Amazon if you like, but it’ll set you back at least four bucks.

If you’d like to hear our 25 Bandcamp episodes, they’re available here, and be sure to leave us a review on iTunes!

We’re back with another unsung Dolph Lundgren film! This time out, we’re watching the first-ever movie adaptation ofThe Punisher, which was released direct-to-video in the United States. It’s not a great movie, but it’s a pretty shockingly accurate depiction of the late-80s Punisher, as he takes on Eurotrash and Samurai while saving kids from being sold into slavery. It’s kind of the perfect VHS action movie. Plus, Movie Fighters favorite Louis Gossett Jr.!

You’ll have to grab a DVD to watch along with us, but it’s worth it!

If you’d like to hear our 25 Bandcamp episodes, they’re available here, and be sure to leave us a review on iTunes!

We’re back and we’re kicking off what may be March Mattel Madness with 1987’s live-action Masters of the Universe movie, starring Dolph Lundgren!

Our take: It ain’t as bad as you think, though it’s a horrible adaptation of the cartoon. Skeletor is pretty rad, though.

Watch along with us on YouTube!

If you’d like to hear our 25 Bandcamp episodes, they’re available here, and be sure to leave us a review on iTunes!