300 episodes

Welcome to the Bad Movie Fiends podcast or BMFcast as we like to call it. Each week we dissect a terrible movie. Some are good bad and others are just bad bad. We also discuss generally good movies and whatever else we feel like talking about.

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    • TV & Film
    • 4.7, 121 Ratings

Welcome to the Bad Movie Fiends podcast or BMFcast as we like to call it. Each week we dissect a terrible movie. Some are good bad and others are just bad bad. We also discuss generally good movies and whatever else we feel like talking about.

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
121 Ratings

121 Ratings

DeathShrike ,

The Best of the Lot

Unlike the countless other bad movie podcasts, theses guys don’t just enjoy garbage and sleaze for it’s own sake, and can tell when something is actually entertaining. Also, their plot rundowns, in addition to being amusing, are extremely helpful in deciding which of these endless films are actually worth watching!

Johnjohn192 ,

AMMMMMMMMMMMMMMAZINGGGGGGGGGGGGGG

this is how i pass the work days, by playing this on the ol headphones and laughing out loud like a mad man haha. check them out and give them the 5 stars. you wont be dissapointed...if so you can punch me in the face =) D-TANK

Matt469to901 ,

For people who like to find the good in the “bad”

Most of the general public likes to write off low budget or lowbrow movies, but not the BMF cast crew. They have a talent for picking out why some movies are great for achieving what they set out to do. For example, does Andy Sidaris deliver in his “Bullets, Bombs, and Babes” series? Does Ricochet achieve insane action and over the top performances?

It’s easy to pick a movie and make fun of it’s failings, which they do with an occasional pun thrown in, but it takes a kind of love and respect for these films to pick through all the individual aspects that make them great. Yes, Charles Band’s Dollman is boring, but at least someone took the time to build decent models for it. Amityville 2 has a storyline that is terrible, but how great was the camera work? Every Albert Pyun movie manages to be incredibly boring, but at least the premise is amazing (spoiler for Pyun, the awesome premise does not make it worth watching).

If you’re a typical passive lover of movies, I’d recommend listening to this. After a few episodes you’ll start actively paying attention to the little things movies will do such as music cues, framing shots certain ways, or nearly killing stuntmen.

The only downside: a terrible “TTT” in their livestream.

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