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JFD231: Streets, Don't Tell Mom the Babysitter's Dead, Vibrations

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Junk Food Dinner

Kevin, Mark & Parker

Ohio

Description: Junk Food Dinner is a weekly podcast dedicated to cult films.

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JFD230: Back to School, Big Man on Campus, Getting In

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Put away your cap and gown and grab your caveman toga, because we've graduated from high school week and it's time for a Junk Food Dinner College Party. We've got three flicks this week dedicated to the finer points of higher learning. First up, Rodney Dangerfield's a lovable, high-diving rich-ass...

JFD229: Angus, Prom Night, Pretty Maids All in a Row

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The air is crisp, the leaves are falling and we're going back to school this week, Junkies! We discuss three flicks about the high school experience. First up, an outcast relives the plot of "Carrie," but with less bloody results in 1995's "Angus." This flick was directed by Patrick Read Johnson an...

JFD228: Casualties of Love: The Long Island Lolita Story, The Amy Fisher Story, Lethal Lolita (AKA Amy Fisher: My Story)

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Ripped from the headlines! JFD returns this week and travels back to the mysterious world of 1993, where not one, not two but THREE made-for-TV movies were produced around the true life story of a Long Island teen, her affair with a married auto mechanic and her attempted murder of his wife. Up fir...

JFD227: Mad Max, Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior, Mad Max 3: Beyond Thunderdome

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We bid Shock and Awegust a fond farewell this week, but before we pack up our machine guns and motorcycles, we pay homage to potentially the greatest Ozploitation trilogy of all time, the Mad Max trilogy directed by George Miller and starring Mel Gibson! First up, the one that started it all, the o...

JFD226: The Terminator, Red Heat, The Last Stand

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Shock and Awegust turns into Shock and Arnold this week, as we pay tribute to one of the greatest action stars in the world. First, the classic that kickstarted Arnold and James Cameron's careers: 1984's "The Terminator." Arnold plays a cold, robotic slasher hunting down women in this classic that...

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