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335. Judge Dredd (1995) — A Torture Cinema “Adventure”

28 Sep Judge Dredd Movie Poster

Ewok traps, Finnish Ramones punk, and questionable cloning, oh my! Trish, Paul, and Julia are joined by our very own reviewer, Daniel Haeusser, to review the 1995 Stallone extravaganza, Judge Dredd. If only Rob Schneider hadn’t been in this film, it would still probably suck, but the team makes a few improvements, discovers some awesome music, and tries to figure out how this movie manages to be so gods awfully stupid. And Paul loses his mind diving deeper than he ever wanted to go into the motivations of Judge Dredd himself. Come back, Paul!

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332. Battle Beyond the Stars (1980) — A Torture Cinema “Adventure”

31 Aug

Suggestive spaceships, gin dispensers, and giant crystals, oh my! Paul and Jen are joined by one of our frequent victims, Michael J. Martinez, to discuss the 1980 Seven Samurai inspired space-sploitation(TM) film, Battle Beyond the Stars. Honestly, we probably should have known what to expect based on the producer (spoilers), but the sheer inconsistency of the plot and world-building, the offensive tropes, and the completely inane earnestness of the main character still had us scratching our heads and groaning in dismay. BUT AT LEAST WE GOT GEORGE PEPPARD!

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316. Fantastic Four (2005) — A Torture Cinema “Adventure”

24 Feb

Stretchy weirdos, grumpy CEOs, and clobberin’, oh my! Torture Cinema returns with a special Marvel-icious edition, as selected by our listeners and co-starring none other than veteran Torture Goblin, Michael J. Martinez. We turn our sights to the infamous first Fantastic Four (2005) film, tackling its portrayal of the classic characters, its absurd plot, and much more. We also wonder what the deal is with Mr. Fantastic’s weird arms!

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278. The Postman (1997) — A Torture Cinema “Adventure”

3 Aug

The Post Office, mules, and Shakespeare, oh my!  In our fourth edition of the Torture Cinema Childhood Destruction feature, we take a stab at the infamous Costner vehicle, The Postman.  This is Mike’s movie, so we make sure to make him feel very welcome.  Oh, hell.  Who are we kidding?  Someone suffers during this episode, but it isn’t Mike…

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275. Krull (1983) — A Torture Cinema “Adventure” w/ Mike Martinez

29 Jun

Glaives, cosmic monsters, and flaming Clydesdales, oh my!  The Childhood Destruction editions of Torture Cinema continue with Krull.  Mike Martinez is the “victim” this week, but you may be surprised to know who really gets it good in this monstrous episode of epic fantasy glory!

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