We’re closing out Dracula month with Italian horror master Dario Argento’s fully baffling take on the iconic vampire!

This is the movie that broke our time-tested “high points” and “low points” system. Every high point is a low point, and vice versa. Listen and see what we mean.

You can also watch along with us on Netflix!

And as promised, here’s the music video for the goth-metal song that closes out the movie:

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

For our first very spooky, very special Halloween episode of the year, we met up at a movie theater and watched the brand new Dracula movie, Dracula Untold!

We came out not sure if we just disliked it or flat-out hated it, and we’re still not totally certain. The more we talked about it, the more we seemed to hate it, though.

We’d kind of like our money back. ┬áIf you dare to spend money on it, Dracula Untold is in theaters now.

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

Our selection this time around comes to us from donor David Willis, and it’s a 1988 film you may remember if you were a child around that time: Short Circuit 2.

How much do you enjoy seeing a white man play an Indian guy? How about arcane plots about toy manufacturing? What are your feelings about seeing robots get brutally chopped to death with axes?

You get all that and more in this awful, awful movie.

You can check out the movie with us on Netflix, 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!

Our movie this time around is a suggestion from listener William Hoffman: The first-ever Chinese superhero movie, Infra-man, a.k.a. Super Inframan, produced by none other than the Shaw Brothers!

It’s part Kamen Rider, part Ultraman, part Superman, and all hardcore kung-fu.

Here’s a spoiler: It was brutal, and we loved it.

You can watch a dubbed version on DailyMotion here.

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It’s our first official episode of our second season, and it’s a doozy. We’re watching the animated 1985 She-Ra origin movie, Secret of the Sword.

Spoiler warning: It’s the pits. It’s so bad and so boring it barely kept our attention.

And yet we still found a way to talk about it for an hour-plus. We are true heroes.

You can watch the full movie on YouTube here.

Also, check out our sponsor: The One Shot podcast!

We’re kicking off the iTunes era of Movie Fighters with an episode that…well, may be good or may be an unlistenable slog. U-Decide!

For the first fifteen minutes or so, we discuss what our show is all about, how we got here, and what we have planned for the year to come.

After that, we read out the names of every single one of our Kickstarter backers, and Chris decides he’s going to recite a movie quote for each and every name. It goes downhill from there.

If you haven’t listened to any of our previous episodes, you can find all 25 right here, for $1 each! You can also go read all the movie┬áreviews we wrote over at ComicsAlliance!

If you have a movie suggestion for us, a listener question, or you want to murder us for making this episode, email us at moviefighterscast at gmail dot com!