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 their Great Scott series with what is arguably Tony Scott’s most misunderstood film: Domino.
They also go tripping with Tom, rating with Rourke, and Walken in Wakanda.
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Brian and Cargill continue their Great Scott series by playing a dangerous game with Robert Redford. It's Spy Game (2001), and you don't want to lose!
Enemy of the State
At long last, Brian and Cargill kick off their Great Scott series examining the work of director Tony Scott...that they haven't already previously covered. First up: Enemy of the State.
The guys discuss Scott's knack for techno thrillers, Enemy of the State's relationship with The Conversation, and how it eerily predicted some real-life shadow politics.
Also, Will Smith is in The Watchmen now. There's just nothing we can do about it.
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Brian and Cargill have come here to chew bubblegum and podcast about John Carpenter's They Live. And they're all out of bubblegum.
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To wrap up Red October, Brian and Cargill bring the heat with the strangest buddy cop movie of the 80s: Red Heat.
Too stoic to be a comedy, too reserved to be a bombastic action film, and pushing a message of American-Soviet friendship during The Cold War? It doesn't work...but it works for us. All this plus a new segment: Lawrence Fishburne Was Always Old!
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Continuing their Red October series, Brian & Cargill parachute into Calumet to do battle with the public perception of John Milius' Red Dawn.
Is it really a jingoistic, bloodthirsty fantasy bred of Cold War paranoia, or perhaps a staunchly anti-war film skewering the posturing politics of its day?
Also how many times can the guys scream, "wolverines?"
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It's like listening to that stupid scene in Death Proof where the chicks are talking about car movies for 15 min. But instead of 15 min it's 55 min.
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