Junkfood Cinema is a shame-free celebration of cult cinema hosted by critic Brian Salisbury and Marvel Studios screenwriter C. Robert Cargill
Brian and Cargill continue Jasonuary Robards with a not-so-quick discussion about 1990's Quick Change.
It's a heist film, it's a happened-one-night farce, and it's a mashup of After Hours and Midnight Run. No clowning around! The guys also discuss a prospective all Stanley Tucci podcast, why you can't park in Austin anymore, and introduce the world to Randy Savage Film Critic.
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Something Wicked This Way Comes
For the first episode of 2021, Brian and Cargill kick off a new miniseries: Jasonuary Robards! Celebrating some of the best films of one of the guys’ favorite actors.
First up, a little Something Wicked. Come to the carnival, and see how you fair.
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The Thin Man
For the last episode of 2020, Brian and Cargill drink like Nick and Nora Charles as they hunt for The Thin Man.
Should auld acquaintance be forgot? Well, we guarantee the guys don’t remember recording this.
Thanks for all your support this year, Junkions! Here’s to 2021 being less of a dumpster fire!
It Happened One Christmas
Merry Junkmas, Everyone!
Brian and Cargill do shots of eggnog with The Ghost of Christmas past as they discuss the 1977 made-for-TV movie with the audacity to remake It’s a Wonderful Life!
Brian and Cargill wrap up Great Scott by professing their eternal love for The Hunger.
Is it worth being immortal if you’re doomed to a toxic relationship? Is style over substance sometimes a good thing? Will you ever visit Six Flags again after this episode?
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Days of Thunder
Brian and Cargill race around in circles talking about Tony Scott’s Days of Thunder.
The crashes, the cast, and the crazy ass producer that makes our other favorite crazy ass producer look not-so-crazy!
Don’t get lapped by some Trickle dick, download and listen now!
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Revenge of the macho nerds
Unless you are an absolute elite nerdist, raised on D&D, Fangoria and Cannon-films, who speaks fluent Klingon and Star Wars-quotes, it takes a little time getting used to the jokes coming from these two macho-nerds, which sophomore content and obscure references stands in a stark contrast to the indulgent cock-sureness which they are delivered with. However, once you get acclimatized you can't help but like them. Behind the boyish macho-tone between the two, hides a sweet bromance rooted in a mutual love for not-so-good movies. The level of cinematic nerdyness displayed by this dynamic duo is unphatomable (one of them has not seen Annie Hall(!), but every thinkable 80s action movie you have never heard of, twice, and he didn1t even grow up in the 80s). But this is also what makes it entertaining. Sometimes they even come off as smart and analytical. What more can you ask from a movie-podcast about junk? If the podcasters themself should read this: please do an episode on "Trains, planes and automobiles" or "Can't buy me love".