We have come to chew bubblegum, and talk about action movies. And we're all out of bubblegum.
We step into the wayback machine one more time to bring you this episode about Bloodsport that was originally recorded in 2016 but was never released. Blevins makes maybe his most outrageous claim in the history of the show, but it's still not nearly as far fetched as literally anything Frank Dux has ever said about anything.
You've heard us love movies. You've heard at least one of us hate movies. But what happens when we both think a movie is just sort of fine? Besides the obvious getting sidetracked by talking about Road House instead, that is? Listen and find out!
In our highest brow episode yet, there are very few overt 311 references.
We posit the theory that Pacific Rim is a Shape of Water prequel. Ryan loses at knifey-spooney and Blevins visits a park.
In 1984, James Cameron and Arnold Schwarzenegger forever changed the way action, horror, and sci-fi interact with Terminator. 19 years later, the third instalment of the now fully novelty franchise had a fight scene involving weaponized bathroom fixtures. Was there ever a question which one we'd make an episode about?
We're joined by the Blevins family dogs as Radio Free Val Verde finally offers some takes on action film portrayals of cop violence. Truly uncharted territory! Also Blevins car fire stories return.