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Kung Fu Electric Boogaloo 905: The Incredibly Strange Creatures Who Stopped Living and Became Mixed-Up Zombies!!?

EWe'll show you ours If You Show Me Yours! Season 9 stops living and gets mixed up with The Incredibly Strange Creatures Who Stopped Living and Became Mixed-Up Zombies!!? Free-spirited Jerry, his girlfriend Angela, and his buddy Harold head out for a day at a seaside carnival. In one venue, a dance number is performed by Marge, a superstitious alcoholic who drinks before and between shows, and her partner, Bill Ward, for a small audience. Backstage, Marge sees a black cat and, disturbed by its appearance, visits powerful carnival fortune-teller Estrella to find out what it means. In her fortune-telling booth, Estrella predicts death for Marge, who runs out, terrified, past Jerry, Angela, and Harold. The three decide to have their fortunes told. Estrella predicts "a death near water" for someone close to Angela. After leaving Estrella's booth, Jerry sees Estrella's sister Carmelita, a stripper who hypnotizes him with her icy stare, and he is compelled to see her act. Angela leaves the carnival, disgusted, with Harold in tow. After the show, Jerry is tricked backstage into Estrella's room with a note and she turns Jerry into a zombie by hypnotizing him with a spiraling wheel. Jerry then goes on a violent overnight rampage of which he will have no memory, killing Marge and fatally wounding Bill. Interspersed through the film are several song-and-dance production numbers in the carnival's nightclub, with songs like "Choo Choo Ch'Boogie" and "Shook Out of Shape." As always, the KFEB hosts provide ratings for the films that are based on the fun, enjoyment, and craziness of the film. These scores will be tabulated and an on-going grid will keep you up to date with the search. So sit back and enjoy the laughs as KFEB gets hypnotized by the dance numbers. Oh so many dance numbers. Possibly even too many. After listening check in with The Octagon, our on-going ranking of the movies covered in KFEB. Subscribe (and review) on your favorite podcast player and Youtube so you don't miss an episode! Thanks for joining the show for the ninth season of Kung Fu Electric Boogaloo as we show your ours! Follow us on Instagram! There can be only one The on-going list of the top b-movies as rated by the Kung Fu Electric Boogaloo team! Join them each episode as they tirelessly search for the Ultimate B-Movie! FilmSchlock AppealMore Heart Than BudgetWTF MomentsMemorable MomentsCrazy ConceptScore Out of:40-----------------------------40-----------------------------40-----------------------------40-----------------------------40-----------------------------100----------------------------- Ninja III: The Domination37 35 35 32 34 87.5 Flesh Gordon Meets The Cosmic Cheerleaders373433323687 Samurai Cop383238323386.5

52 MIN2 d ago
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Kung Fu Electric Boogaloo 905: The Incredibly Strange Creatures Who Stopped Living and Became Mixed-Up Zombies!!?

Kung Fu Electric Boogaloo 904: Skidoo

EWe'll show you ours If You Show Me Yours! Season 9 dances along with Skidoo, Otto Preminger's take on hippie drug culture. Which stars the least hippy-like cast you can imagine! Tough Tony Banks (Jackie Gleason) is a malcontent mobster who is perpetually at odds with his wife, Flo (Carol Channing). When Tony receives an unusual assignment from a crime lord known as God (Groucho Marx), he reluctantly accepts and must get himself arrested and incarcerated with the sole purpose of killing an imprisoned convict (Mickey Rooney). Tony's mission gets completely derailed, however, when he accidentally takes acid and has a mind-expanding experience that leads to an ambitious escape plan. Meanwhile, Banks' daughter gets caught up in the hippy life in San Francisco and gets her mind expanded and her belly painted . The cast also includes Frankie Avalon, Frank Gorshin, George Raft, Burgess Meredith, and Peter Lawford. Yes, you read that right. The cast in this hippy film is a who's-who of 1950s...

63 MIN6 d ago
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Kung Fu Electric Boogaloo 904: Skidoo

Kung Fu Electric Boogaloo 903: Tales From The Quadead Zone

EWe'll show you ours If You Show Me Yours! We crack the spine of season 9 with what is widely-considered the rarest VHS tape ever, Tales From The Quadead Zone. Auctioning at time for thousands of dollars (but currently findable on Youtube), Tales From the Quadead Zone is a classic of ultra-ultra-low-budget film making. Distributed by hand around the director's state, the film has found an audience among b-movie fans for decades. Actress Shirley Latanya Jones returns from director Chester Novell Turner's first film (Black Devil Doll from Hell) to be in front of Turner's camcorder. She reads two spooky tales to the ghost of her dead son, Bobby. The first is a series of bloody family dinners where no one knows how to cut a sandwich in half. And the second story features a zombie clown from Hell and the strangest revenge plot you'll ever see. When we finally return to Shirley, she has a confrontation with her hot-headed boyfriend, and there's a bloody finale as the cops arrive. As always...

48 MIN1 w ago
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Kung Fu Electric Boogaloo 903: Tales From The Quadead Zone

Kung Fu Electric Boogaloo 902: The Monolith Monsters

EWe'll show you ours If You Show Me Yours! This time up we have a real, proper, no fooling b-movie! It's Universal's The Monolith Monsters, slowly making their way to a screen near you! Government geologist Dave Miller returns to his office in San Angelo to find it wrecked, strewn with black rocks along with his fellow geologist, Ben, dead, seemingly turned to stone. He can make little sense of it, nor can the local doctor diagnose what killed his colleague. When the Simpson farm is destroyed - also covered with the same black rocks - they find little Ginny Simpson as the only survivor. She too is afflicted, with her right hand turned to stone and spreading. When they transfer her to Los Angeles, Dave calls on his former professor, Arthur Flanders, who concludes the rock has to be a meteorite. What they soon learn is that the rocks grow when in contact with water - and the growing rocks are on a path directly to San Angelo, with only a few hours to find a way to stop them. As always,...

35 MIN1 w ago
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Kung Fu Electric Boogaloo 902: The Monolith Monsters

Kung Fu Electric Boogaloo 901: I Like to Hurt People

EWe'll show you ours, If You Show Me Yours! Season 9 kicks off with a documentary that is staged, but in a squared circle. It's the 1985 wrestling film I Like to Hurt People featuring Andre The Giant, Dusty Rhodes, Sky Low Low, and more! This mix of documentary and hokey acting has built a cult following in and out of the wrestling world, but it is admired by longtime wrestling fans. Increasingly rare, this film is out of print on dvd, so take a trip over to our YouTube channel to give it a view! The original idea was to film a horror movie called Ringside in Hell. When the horror aspect was dropped, it would become Ringside. Stories were built around real life wrestling matches. Bryan Greenberg has obtained most of the original footage, shot in the mid-'70s, and hopes within the next few years to release the movie close to the original concept. Funding was lacking and the movie was put on the backburner. It was to Greenberg's surprise when the movie was released on video and laserdi...

50 MIN2 w ago
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Kung Fu Electric Boogaloo 901: I Like to Hurt People

Kung Fu Electric Boogaloo 808: Samurai Cop

ESeason 8: Simply the B-Est! wraps up with Samurai Cop, the final film from legendary director Amir Shervan. A passion project and almost-lost classic of the VHS era, Samurai Cop is a hilarious ride. When Japanese organized crime embeds itself within LA, the police turn to one man to take down the deadly Yakuza - martial artist Joe Marshall, aka "The Samurai." With his fearless swagger and rock hard jaw, The Samurai tears a two-fisted hole through the mob and doesn't stop until the job is done. As always, the KFEB hosts provide ratings for the films that are based on the fun, enjoyment, and craziness of the film. These scores will be tabulated and an on-going grid will keep you up to date with the search. So sit back and enjoy the laughs as KFEB close out a season of the B-Est and announce the films coming in Season 9: If You Show Me Yours! After listening check in with The Octagon, our on-going ranking of the movies covered in KFEB. Subscribe (and review) on your favorite podcast pl...

91 MINSEP 12
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Kung Fu Electric Boogaloo 808: Samurai Cop

Kung Fu Electric Boogaloo 807: The New Kids

ESean S. Cunningham (Friday the 13th) directs The New Kids, a revenge flick starring James Spader and Lori Loughlin. Season 8: Simply the B-Est! heads to southern Florida for a tale of drug-crazed lunatics! When the parents of Abby McWilliams and her brother Loren are killed in an accident, it's decided that Abby and Loren live in Glenby, Florida with their Aunt Fay and Uncle Charlie who own a gas station and an amusement park. Loren and Abby don't have much trouble making friends at their new high school. Loren starts dating Karen, the local sheriff's daughter while Abby starts dating Mark. Loren feels uncomfortable when he sees Dutra, a blond-haired drug dealer, harassing Abby in the lunchroom (Spader at his most evil). Dutra and Loren's feud escalates until Dutra forces a showdown at the amusement park by kidnapping Abby. As always, the KFEB hosts provide ratings for the films that are based on the fun, enjoyment, and craziness of the film. These scores will be tabulated and an on...

52 MINSEP 9
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Kung Fu Electric Boogaloo 807: The New Kids

Kung Fu Electric Boogaloo 806: State Park

ERafal Zielinski (Screwballs, Loose Screws) co-directs a trip to your local State Park (or provincial park) as we keep rolling with Season 8: Simply the B-Est! An evil business man wants to build a pesticide factory next to an old city park, with secret plans to dump toxic waste in the area. The man's biggest problem is a local male protester who dresses into a bear costume and does everything he can to prevent this ecological disaster. Meanwhile, different teens with different stories get their lives crossed as they intend to participate in saving the park. Also Ted Nugent is there. We can't really work that into the summary because it doesn't really make much sense, but that's par for the course here on KFEB. Also there's a guy in a bear suit. And this was also released as Heavy Metal Summer. It's kind of a wacky flick. As always, the KFEB hosts provide ratings for the films that are based on the fun, enjoyment, and craziness of the film. These scores will be tabulated and an on-go...

46 MINSEP 5
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Kung Fu Electric Boogaloo 806: State Park

Kung Fu Electric Boogaloo 805: The Weird Man

EThe Shaw Brothers' go-to director Chang Cheh gives us his take on a Chinese classic in The Weird Man. Season 8: Simply the B-Est! is past the halfway point and taking a turn for the Weird! The Weird Man is popular director Chang Cheh's bizarre screen adaptation of the famous Chinese literary classic Romance Of The Three Kingdoms. Chang is famous for his lone swordsman and hero films, and The Weird Man is no exception. The film's star Cheng Tien-chi playing a righteous, beheaded priest with supernatural powers that returns from the dead to wreak havoc against one of the corrupt kingdoms, making Cheng a heroic "swords-ghost." We think. We had trouble following this one, and the hosts who watched the subtitled version seemed to have a different read than those who watched the dubbed one. As always, the KFEB hosts provide ratings for the films that are based on the fun, enjoyment, and craziness of the film. These scores will be tabulated and an on-going grid will keep you up to date wit...

45 MINSEP 2
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Kung Fu Electric Boogaloo 805: The Weird Man

Kung Fu Electric Boogaloo 804: Cyborg Cop

ESam Firstenberg (Ninja 3: The Domination, American Ninja, Breakin 2: Electric Boogaloo) brings his trained eye to Season 8: Simply the B-Est! with Cyborg Cop. A movie with cyborgs but surprisingly few cops! Ex-D.E.A. Agent Jack receives an emergency message from his brother Phillip, whose team was ambushed on the Caribbean island of St. Keith. Jack goes to St. Keith to find his brother, who has been turned into a cyborg by the drug runner he was after. That drug dealer is John Rys-Davies, chewing up an island's worth of scenery in this action flick! As always, the KFEB hosts provide ratings for the films that are based on the fun, enjoyment, and craziness of the film. These scores will be tabulated and an on-going grid will keep you up to date with the search. So sit back and enjoy the laughs as KFEB wonders if CIA agents count as cops. Are they feds? Or is that just the FBI? After listening check in with The Octagon, our on-going ranking of the movies covered in KFEB. Subscribe (an...

64 MINAUG 29
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Kung Fu Electric Boogaloo 804: Cyborg Cop

Latest Episodes

Kung Fu Electric Boogaloo 905: The Incredibly Strange Creatures Who Stopped Living and Became Mixed-Up Zombies!!?

EWe'll show you ours If You Show Me Yours! Season 9 stops living and gets mixed up with The Incredibly Strange Creatures Who Stopped Living and Became Mixed-Up Zombies!!? Free-spirited Jerry, his girlfriend Angela, and his buddy Harold head out for a day at a seaside carnival. In one venue, a dance number is performed by Marge, a superstitious alcoholic who drinks before and between shows, and her partner, Bill Ward, for a small audience. Backstage, Marge sees a black cat and, disturbed by its appearance, visits powerful carnival fortune-teller Estrella to find out what it means. In her fortune-telling booth, Estrella predicts death for Marge, who runs out, terrified, past Jerry, Angela, and Harold. The three decide to have their fortunes told. Estrella predicts "a death near water" for someone close to Angela. After leaving Estrella's booth, Jerry sees Estrella's sister Carmelita, a stripper who hypnotizes him with her icy stare, and he is compelled to see her act. Angela leaves the carnival, disgusted, with Harold in tow. After the show, Jerry is tricked backstage into Estrella's room with a note and she turns Jerry into a zombie by hypnotizing him with a spiraling wheel. Jerry then goes on a violent overnight rampage of which he will have no memory, killing Marge and fatally wounding Bill. Interspersed through the film are several song-and-dance production numbers in the carnival's nightclub, with songs like "Choo Choo Ch'Boogie" and "Shook Out of Shape." As always, the KFEB hosts provide ratings for the films that are based on the fun, enjoyment, and craziness of the film. These scores will be tabulated and an on-going grid will keep you up to date with the search. So sit back and enjoy the laughs as KFEB gets hypnotized by the dance numbers. Oh so many dance numbers. Possibly even too many. After listening check in with The Octagon, our on-going ranking of the movies covered in KFEB. Subscribe (and review) on your favorite podcast player and Youtube so you don't miss an episode! Thanks for joining the show for the ninth season of Kung Fu Electric Boogaloo as we show your ours! Follow us on Instagram! There can be only one The on-going list of the top b-movies as rated by the Kung Fu Electric Boogaloo team! Join them each episode as they tirelessly search for the Ultimate B-Movie! FilmSchlock AppealMore Heart Than BudgetWTF MomentsMemorable MomentsCrazy ConceptScore Out of:40-----------------------------40-----------------------------40-----------------------------40-----------------------------40-----------------------------100----------------------------- Ninja III: The Domination37 35 35 32 34 87.5 Flesh Gordon Meets The Cosmic Cheerleaders373433323687 Samurai Cop383238323386.5

52 MIN2 d ago
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Kung Fu Electric Boogaloo 905: The Incredibly Strange Creatures Who Stopped Living and Became Mixed-Up Zombies!!?

Kung Fu Electric Boogaloo 904: Skidoo

EWe'll show you ours If You Show Me Yours! Season 9 dances along with Skidoo, Otto Preminger's take on hippie drug culture. Which stars the least hippy-like cast you can imagine! Tough Tony Banks (Jackie Gleason) is a malcontent mobster who is perpetually at odds with his wife, Flo (Carol Channing). When Tony receives an unusual assignment from a crime lord known as God (Groucho Marx), he reluctantly accepts and must get himself arrested and incarcerated with the sole purpose of killing an imprisoned convict (Mickey Rooney). Tony's mission gets completely derailed, however, when he accidentally takes acid and has a mind-expanding experience that leads to an ambitious escape plan. Meanwhile, Banks' daughter gets caught up in the hippy life in San Francisco and gets her mind expanded and her belly painted . The cast also includes Frankie Avalon, Frank Gorshin, George Raft, Burgess Meredith, and Peter Lawford. Yes, you read that right. The cast in this hippy film is a who's-who of 1950s...

63 MIN6 d ago
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Kung Fu Electric Boogaloo 904: Skidoo

Kung Fu Electric Boogaloo 903: Tales From The Quadead Zone

EWe'll show you ours If You Show Me Yours! We crack the spine of season 9 with what is widely-considered the rarest VHS tape ever, Tales From The Quadead Zone. Auctioning at time for thousands of dollars (but currently findable on Youtube), Tales From the Quadead Zone is a classic of ultra-ultra-low-budget film making. Distributed by hand around the director's state, the film has found an audience among b-movie fans for decades. Actress Shirley Latanya Jones returns from director Chester Novell Turner's first film (Black Devil Doll from Hell) to be in front of Turner's camcorder. She reads two spooky tales to the ghost of her dead son, Bobby. The first is a series of bloody family dinners where no one knows how to cut a sandwich in half. And the second story features a zombie clown from Hell and the strangest revenge plot you'll ever see. When we finally return to Shirley, she has a confrontation with her hot-headed boyfriend, and there's a bloody finale as the cops arrive. As always...

48 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Kung Fu Electric Boogaloo 903: Tales From The Quadead Zone

Kung Fu Electric Boogaloo 902: The Monolith Monsters

EWe'll show you ours If You Show Me Yours! This time up we have a real, proper, no fooling b-movie! It's Universal's The Monolith Monsters, slowly making their way to a screen near you! Government geologist Dave Miller returns to his office in San Angelo to find it wrecked, strewn with black rocks along with his fellow geologist, Ben, dead, seemingly turned to stone. He can make little sense of it, nor can the local doctor diagnose what killed his colleague. When the Simpson farm is destroyed - also covered with the same black rocks - they find little Ginny Simpson as the only survivor. She too is afflicted, with her right hand turned to stone and spreading. When they transfer her to Los Angeles, Dave calls on his former professor, Arthur Flanders, who concludes the rock has to be a meteorite. What they soon learn is that the rocks grow when in contact with water - and the growing rocks are on a path directly to San Angelo, with only a few hours to find a way to stop them. As always,...

35 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Kung Fu Electric Boogaloo 902: The Monolith Monsters

Kung Fu Electric Boogaloo 901: I Like to Hurt People

EWe'll show you ours, If You Show Me Yours! Season 9 kicks off with a documentary that is staged, but in a squared circle. It's the 1985 wrestling film I Like to Hurt People featuring Andre The Giant, Dusty Rhodes, Sky Low Low, and more! This mix of documentary and hokey acting has built a cult following in and out of the wrestling world, but it is admired by longtime wrestling fans. Increasingly rare, this film is out of print on dvd, so take a trip over to our YouTube channel to give it a view! The original idea was to film a horror movie called Ringside in Hell. When the horror aspect was dropped, it would become Ringside. Stories were built around real life wrestling matches. Bryan Greenberg has obtained most of the original footage, shot in the mid-'70s, and hopes within the next few years to release the movie close to the original concept. Funding was lacking and the movie was put on the backburner. It was to Greenberg's surprise when the movie was released on video and laserdi...

50 MIN2 w ago
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Kung Fu Electric Boogaloo 901: I Like to Hurt People

Kung Fu Electric Boogaloo 808: Samurai Cop

ESeason 8: Simply the B-Est! wraps up with Samurai Cop, the final film from legendary director Amir Shervan. A passion project and almost-lost classic of the VHS era, Samurai Cop is a hilarious ride. When Japanese organized crime embeds itself within LA, the police turn to one man to take down the deadly Yakuza - martial artist Joe Marshall, aka "The Samurai." With his fearless swagger and rock hard jaw, The Samurai tears a two-fisted hole through the mob and doesn't stop until the job is done. As always, the KFEB hosts provide ratings for the films that are based on the fun, enjoyment, and craziness of the film. These scores will be tabulated and an on-going grid will keep you up to date with the search. So sit back and enjoy the laughs as KFEB close out a season of the B-Est and announce the films coming in Season 9: If You Show Me Yours! After listening check in with The Octagon, our on-going ranking of the movies covered in KFEB. Subscribe (and review) on your favorite podcast pl...

91 MINSEP 12
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Kung Fu Electric Boogaloo 808: Samurai Cop

Kung Fu Electric Boogaloo 807: The New Kids

ESean S. Cunningham (Friday the 13th) directs The New Kids, a revenge flick starring James Spader and Lori Loughlin. Season 8: Simply the B-Est! heads to southern Florida for a tale of drug-crazed lunatics! When the parents of Abby McWilliams and her brother Loren are killed in an accident, it's decided that Abby and Loren live in Glenby, Florida with their Aunt Fay and Uncle Charlie who own a gas station and an amusement park. Loren and Abby don't have much trouble making friends at their new high school. Loren starts dating Karen, the local sheriff's daughter while Abby starts dating Mark. Loren feels uncomfortable when he sees Dutra, a blond-haired drug dealer, harassing Abby in the lunchroom (Spader at his most evil). Dutra and Loren's feud escalates until Dutra forces a showdown at the amusement park by kidnapping Abby. As always, the KFEB hosts provide ratings for the films that are based on the fun, enjoyment, and craziness of the film. These scores will be tabulated and an on...

52 MINSEP 9
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Kung Fu Electric Boogaloo 807: The New Kids

Kung Fu Electric Boogaloo 806: State Park

ERafal Zielinski (Screwballs, Loose Screws) co-directs a trip to your local State Park (or provincial park) as we keep rolling with Season 8: Simply the B-Est! An evil business man wants to build a pesticide factory next to an old city park, with secret plans to dump toxic waste in the area. The man's biggest problem is a local male protester who dresses into a bear costume and does everything he can to prevent this ecological disaster. Meanwhile, different teens with different stories get their lives crossed as they intend to participate in saving the park. Also Ted Nugent is there. We can't really work that into the summary because it doesn't really make much sense, but that's par for the course here on KFEB. Also there's a guy in a bear suit. And this was also released as Heavy Metal Summer. It's kind of a wacky flick. As always, the KFEB hosts provide ratings for the films that are based on the fun, enjoyment, and craziness of the film. These scores will be tabulated and an on-go...

46 MINSEP 5
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Kung Fu Electric Boogaloo 806: State Park

Kung Fu Electric Boogaloo 805: The Weird Man

EThe Shaw Brothers' go-to director Chang Cheh gives us his take on a Chinese classic in The Weird Man. Season 8: Simply the B-Est! is past the halfway point and taking a turn for the Weird! The Weird Man is popular director Chang Cheh's bizarre screen adaptation of the famous Chinese literary classic Romance Of The Three Kingdoms. Chang is famous for his lone swordsman and hero films, and The Weird Man is no exception. The film's star Cheng Tien-chi playing a righteous, beheaded priest with supernatural powers that returns from the dead to wreak havoc against one of the corrupt kingdoms, making Cheng a heroic "swords-ghost." We think. We had trouble following this one, and the hosts who watched the subtitled version seemed to have a different read than those who watched the dubbed one. As always, the KFEB hosts provide ratings for the films that are based on the fun, enjoyment, and craziness of the film. These scores will be tabulated and an on-going grid will keep you up to date wit...

45 MINSEP 2
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Kung Fu Electric Boogaloo 805: The Weird Man

Kung Fu Electric Boogaloo 804: Cyborg Cop

ESam Firstenberg (Ninja 3: The Domination, American Ninja, Breakin 2: Electric Boogaloo) brings his trained eye to Season 8: Simply the B-Est! with Cyborg Cop. A movie with cyborgs but surprisingly few cops! Ex-D.E.A. Agent Jack receives an emergency message from his brother Phillip, whose team was ambushed on the Caribbean island of St. Keith. Jack goes to St. Keith to find his brother, who has been turned into a cyborg by the drug runner he was after. That drug dealer is John Rys-Davies, chewing up an island's worth of scenery in this action flick! As always, the KFEB hosts provide ratings for the films that are based on the fun, enjoyment, and craziness of the film. These scores will be tabulated and an on-going grid will keep you up to date with the search. So sit back and enjoy the laughs as KFEB wonders if CIA agents count as cops. Are they feds? Or is that just the FBI? After listening check in with The Octagon, our on-going ranking of the movies covered in KFEB. Subscribe (an...

64 MINAUG 29
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Kung Fu Electric Boogaloo 804: Cyborg Cop
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