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A deep dive into the classic cult movies of all time. Relive the funny, powerful, and ridiculous moments of each of these films as we wrap up each discussion with a rating on whether you should see this movie.

Cult Cinema Cavalcade Brandon Peters and Cullen Bricker

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A deep dive into the classic cult movies of all time. Relive the funny, powerful, and ridiculous moments of each of these films as we wrap up each discussion with a rating on whether you should see this movie.

    Cult Cinema Cavalcade ENDS

    Cult Cinema Cavalcade ENDS

    Our show has come to its conclusion. In a farewell address, Brandon reflects on the show and the decision to end. He also hints at his future podcast, gives a little bit of trivia regarding the show’s history, showers many folks with gratuity and ultimately gives thanks for 5 wonderful years of Cult Cinema Cavalcade.
    We appreciate your coming along with us on this journey, however long or short it may have been. Onward to the future, friends!

    Trekkies LIVE! at Starbase Indy 2019

    Trekkies LIVE! at Starbase Indy 2019

    Relive Cult Cinema Cavalcade’s live show from the 2019 Starbase Indy convention as Brandon and Cullen discuss the 1997 documentary TREKKIES.Special thanks to Starbase Indy, Matt Quiett, Carl Doninger, Nick Rust and Jonathan David Small.

















    Movie Rating: Trekkies







    Stay Home with the Family




    Converted




    Drinking the Kool-Aid


























    "I hadn't gotten around to revisiting this in a long time until now, and I really wish I had sooner. It's a really fun movie."

    Cullen














































    "I think enough time has passed where this can be enjoyed and respected beyond the potential mean-spirited marketing hook it had back in 1997 that doesn't hold weight anymore."

    Brandon Peters

    Godzilla Hangover

    Godzilla Hangover

    Brandon and Cullen put a cap on our Godzilla Showa Era series by looking back, talking some of their favorite moments, monsters and aliens as well as listing our their personal ranking order of the films.Thanks to everyone who partook in this grand event whether it be our guests or our wonderful listeners!
















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    Terror of Mechagodzilla (1975)

    Terror of Mechagodzilla (1975)

    Brandon and Cullen cross the finish line of their Showa Era Godzilla marathon with help from esteemed Rondo Award winning author and Kaiju master AUGUST RAGONE!Godzilla comes to the rescue when an alien race rebuilds Mechagodzilla to destroy Earth’s cities. A traitorous scientist gives them a second weapon: Titanosaurus.





























    Episode Guest: August Ragone



    Author, Host, Japanese Film Historian



    August Ragone is a San Fransisco, Califronia native who has been an events promoter, author and Japanese film aficionado for over three decades. He first began his career as a teenager being the Japanese Film and Godzilla Expert for horror host Bob Wilkins on the KTVU TV station’s horror movie show case series




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    Movie Information: Terror of Mechagodzilla



    Synopsis: The fire-breathing “King of the Monsters” dukes it out with his mechanised duplicate.Release date: March, 15 1975Director: Ishirō HondaBox office: 330 million JPYMusic by: Akira IfukubeScreenplay: Yukiko TakayamaProduced By: Henry G. Saperstein, Tomoyuki Tanaka
















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    Movie Rating: Godzilla Vs Mechagodzilla







    Stay Home with the Family




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    "Great character development harkening back to Monster Zero. It takes itself seriously but not too seriously and is a good time at the movies!"

    August Ragone














































    "The model work was really awesome on it. It has Mechagodzilla so it had that advantage. There are some I liked more than this but it was really good."

    Cullen














































    "I was worried Jun Fukuda was going to outdo Ishiro Honda, but Honda absolutely redeems himself following All Monsters Attack. I really found the two Mechagodzilla films to compliment one another and I really loved this one."

    Brandon Peters

    Godzilla Vs Mechagodzilla

    Godzilla Vs Mechagodzilla

    We head into our final 2 films of the Showa Era of Godzilla, and introduce Mechagodzilla and King Caesar into the fold!





























    Episode Guest: Jessica Alsman



    The Bob & Tom Show, DocHeads



    Comedy lover. Part of the Bob & Tom family. Geek out on stuff & thangs.Always overthinking. Sometimes on the radio.




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    Movie Information: Godzilla Vs Mechagodzilla



    Synopsis: The fire-breathing “King of the Monsters” dukes it out with his mechanised duplicate.Release date: March, 1977Director: Jun FukudaBox office: 370 million JPYMusic by: Masaru SatôScreenplay: Jun Fukuda, Masami Fukushima, Shin’ichi Sekizawa, Hiroyasu YamamuraProduced By: Tomoyuki Tanaka
















    Movie Poster: Godzilla Vs Mechagodzilla






















    Movie Rating: Godzilla Vs Mechagodzilla







    Stay Home with the Family




    Converted




    Drinking the Kool-Aid


























    "I feel like I either have to be all in with this or not at all. As a little one off, I probably don't need to see it ever again."

    Aaron Neuwirth














































    "This is my favorite one of all we've done so far. I'd been looking very forward to it and it didn't disappoint."

    Cullen














































    "I think its safe to say this is Jun Fukuda's best Godzilla film and it even reaches Ishiro Honda levels of greatness."

    Brandon Peters

    Jason Lives: Friday the 13th Part VI

    Jason Lives: Friday the 13th Part VI

    Brandon, Cullen and Jimmy O take on a Friday the 13th movie near and dear to the their hearts. Get ready to “Ooh baby” as they scream their love for LANAAAA!!! while Roy Burns subs in for Jason.





























    Episode Guest: James Oster



    Writer and contributor, reviewer and correspondent at JoBlo



    Bacon, Cats & JoBlo by JimmyO. LAOFCS member. I’m a pretty awesome dad too!




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    Movie Info: Jason Lives: Friday the 13th Part VI



    Synopsis: Years ago, Tommy Jarvis (Thom Mathews) killed infamous hockey-masked murderer Jason Voorhees (C.J. Graham), and the intensity of the experience has landed him in a mental institution. To end his torment and achieve a level of closure, Tommy escapes from the hospital and heads to the graveyard where Jason is buried, intending to dig up the body and cremate it. But, before this total annihilation can occur, a freak electrical accident resurrects Jason from the dead, and the terror begins anew.Release date: August 1, 1986Director: Tom McLoughlinBox office: 19.5 millionMusic by: Harry ManfrediniScreenplay: Tom McLoughlinProduced By: Don Behrns
















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