Junkfood Cinema

To wrap up their March Madness series, Brian and Cargill discuss William Peter Blatty's The Ninth Configuration; the greatest movie ever to be produced by a soda company.

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This week, Brian and Cargill compare and contrast George A. Romero's The Crazies with its 2010 remake. They pit these two visions of apocalyptic insanity head to severed head, and the results may surprise you.

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Category:cult movies -- posted at: 11:52pm EST

March Madness is still afflicting Brian and Cargill as they continue their exploration of their favorite maniacs, madmen, and lunatics in film. This week, they savor Terry Gilliam's insanely excellent Twelve Monkey's

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For the second entry in their March Madness series, Brian and Cargill examine the film that pits macho (Charles Bronson) against maniac (naked serial killer): 10 to Midnight.

Direct download: Junkfood_Cinema_Episode_47.mp3
Category:cult movies -- posted at: 5:27am EST

Brian and Cargill begin a new curated series entitled March Madness. First up during this month-long exploration of their favorite cinematic loons, kooks, and/or whackjobs: Alone in the Dark (1982).

Direct download: Junkfood_Cinema_Episode_46.mp3
Category:cult movies -- posted at: 4:53am EST