Join us as we lick our blades, banter and ramble on, and provide in depth reviews of some of our favorite (and not so favorite) Anime, Kaiju, Martial Arts, Chambara, and Asian films. You can find out more about our show, all of our previous episodes, and our show notes at our blog: bladelickingthieves.wordpress.com
Team B #10: The Secret of Nimh
BLT Team B review Don Bluth's directorial debut, the cult-classic, animated feature film: The Secret of NIMH (1982).
#72: Zeiram & Zeiram 2
Special guest David Bednar (@ykarps) joins us on the show to chat about two of his favorite '90s Tokusatsu films, the action filled, science fiction cult classics, Zeiram and Zeiram 2, from the creative mind of artist / director Keita Amemiya.
[00:00] Intro + What We've Been Watching: Violet Evergarden, Alita, Cyber Punk Movies, One Piece, Golden Kamuy
[1:23:10] Zeiram 2
#71: Infini-T Force: Farewell, Friend
Classic Tatsunoko super heroes return in this cross dimensional, team up film follow up to the 2017 CG animated Infini-T Force series by Tatsunoko and Digital Frontier studios. Tune in for the full review of Infini-T Force: Farewell, Friend!
Team B #9: Jack Frost (The Slasher Film)
Not satisfied with reviewing just one Jack Frost movie this season -- oh no, not this Christmas buster! -- the Team B crew had to go and review two of them. For your listening pleasure, here's Jack Frost (1997) a.k.a. the snowman slasher film.
Team B #8: Jack Frost (The Keaton Film)
Team B review Jack Frost (1998): the Michael Keaton film in which he plays a neglectful father and musician who, after dying in a fatal automobile accident, is given one last chance to make things right when his son summons him back to life (using a magical harmonica he gifted him on the eve of his death) as a wisecracking, fun-loving snowman - Oh Joy!
#70: The Legend of the 7 Golden Vampires
We interrupt our regularly scheduled programming this evening to bring you a scream filled night of ghouls, ghosts, vampires, and kung fu. *Record Scratch* You heard me! On tonight's Blade Licking Thieves spooktacular we're watching the 1974 Hammer Films and Shaw Brothers co-production, The Legend of the 7 Golden Vampires, in which Hammer Films regular, Peter Cushing (a.k.a. Grand Moff Tarkin), reprising his role as the legendary vampire hunter Van Helsing, teams up with Hong Kong martial art superstar David Chiang (and a host of other Shaw Brothers talent of the 70s) to wage battle against Count Dracula and the 7 Golden Vampires of China in a one of a kind East meets West genre mashup.
White & Nerdy
A bunch of white nerds tripping over each other to give their uninformed opinions on film & tv in order to feed their own Asian fetish. It also takes them 40 min to get to the main review. Thank u next.
Great for so many reasons!
I know Fairy Tail is a stretch but four seasons in I’m obsessed and had hoped these guys had touched on it!