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Every two weeks Dom, Melissa, and John break down the greatest movies to punch, chop and kick. After going through the entire run of Miami Vice, we've graduated to the greatest era of action movies. Karate? You betcha. Rooftop hand-to-hand combat? You better believe it. A pommel horse right when you need it most to do gymkata!? Guaranteed. Join us as we look at all the great action movies you love.

Latest Episodes

160 - The King of Karate Cities

Its all come down to this! We’ve gone through all 8 movies in this season and are ready to crown the greatest karate city. There are many to choose from, including the entire country of France. We have a lot of fun discussing some of our favorite moments and debating the best of these four categories… – Best sidekick – Best villain – Biggest badass – Greatest karate city We would love to hear from you! Please, email us with your choices from the movies in this season. We can’t just give it all to Toronto, tell us your best karate city. This is also the final episode before we go on extended break. We will be back next year with season 3 of the movies podcast with an whole new theme. Until then, stay subscribed to this feed, we have a couple surprises lined up during our break. Hosts Dominic Twitter: @domcorriveau YouTube: Dominic Corriveau Personal Podcast: DC Talks Blog: ObscuredNarration.com John Twitter: @corriveau_john Melissa Twitter: @mrsmelcorriveau Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com The shows official accounts: Twitter – https://twitter.com/gowiththeheat Facebook – https://facebook.com/gowiththeheat Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/gowiththeheat/ Intro & transition music provided by: Cuban Sandwich, Voice Over Under Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0

36 min5 d ago
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160 - The King of Karate Cities

160 - Miami Connection

This is a once-in-a-lifetime movie. Seriously. This is as good as a karate movie gets. How do we know? Its got all the tropes. Full songs that are oddly specific to the scene? Check. Sensei beating the shit out of their own students? Check. Always doing the right thing no matter what? Just listen to the lyrics… We absolutely adore this movie and always, ALWAYS have a ton of fun when watching and now we finally get to profess our love of Miami Connection, Dragon Sound, and Jim’s Dad. This is our final movie of this season and we IMPLORE you to listen to our breakdown, then run out and buy a copy of Miami Connection for your own library so you can watch again and again. Movie info Premiered: Aug. 26, 1988 (Dec. 11, 2012) Directed by: Richard Park and Y.K. Kim Written by: Richard Park and Y.K. Kim Produced by: Y.K. Kim This movie was Y.K. Kim’s vision and brainchild, with Richard Park (a Korean film director) facilitating the entire thing. So many people want to say this is a terrible movie and they use it to just rip it apart and capitalize on the “bad movie” trend. These people don’t care about these movies the way we do. They only want to tear down and use other people’s misfortunes to build themselves up. This goes against everything this movie stands for. Friendship. Honesty. Loyalty. These are the things that matter in life and Kim knew that. I will never tear this movie down, it is fantastic and tells an amazing story about friendship and family. This is the only movie in this season that has an actual heart, and not dollar signs in their eyes. Hosts Dominic Twitter: @domcorriveau YouTube: Dominic Corriveau Personal Podcast: DC Talks Blog: ObscuredNarration.com John Twitter: @corriveau_john Melissa Twitter: @mrsmelcorriveau Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com The shows official accounts: Twitter – https://twitter.com/gowiththeheat Facebook – https://facebook.com/gowiththeheat Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/gowiththeheat/ Intro & transition music provided by: Cuban Sandwich, Voice Over Under Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0

68 min2 w ago
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160 - Miami Connection

158 - Lone Wolf McQuade

We are going to warn you up front we are not a fan of this movie. Along these lines, we say some pretty harsh things about the Chuckster and Turtle Carradine, I mean David Carradine. So if you’re gonna get your feelings hurt by us making fun of this movie, we’ll see you next week for Miami Connection. Now with that out of the way, this is a stinker and we have so much fun Dominic stopped breathing for 3 consecutive minutes after Melissa called Kung Fu man a Diplodocus. This movie is so ridiculous its probably the funniest episode of the Go With The Heat podcast ever. You may not agree with our assessment of this movie, there is one thing we can all agree on… This is 100% a karate movie. Seriously, don’t miss this episode of the podcast. It is laugh out loud hilarious. But go ahead and skip Lone Wolf McQuade. This podcast is a better version. Movie info Premiered: April 15, 1983 Directed: Steve Carver Did a lot of work with Corman. Edited a bunch of trailers and commercials, directed a handful. Also directed An Eye For An Eye with the Chuckster. Written: H. Kaye Dyal , B.J. Nelson Another shruggie. Cast Chuck Norris David Carradine Barbara Carrera Leon Isaac Kennedy L. Q. Jones Robert Beltran Hosts Dominic Twitter: @domcorriveau YouTube: Dominic Corriveau Personal Podcast: DC TalksBlog: ObscuredNarration.com John Twitter: @corriveau_john Melissa Twitter: @mrsmelcorriveau Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com The shows official accounts: Twitter – https://twitter.com/gowiththeheat Facebook – https://facebook.com/gowiththeheat Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/gowiththeheat/ Intro & transition music provided by: Cuban Sandwich, Voice Over Under Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0

62 minSEP 21
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158 - Lone Wolf McQuade

157 - Angel Town

After an unexpected vacation, we’re back with a movie we have been chomping at the bit to watch. To be honest, it was everything we hoped it would be. It was like watching an action movie dubbed by Tommy Wiseau and we have zero complaints. We have a lot to love about Angel Town, including Jacque absolutely destroying fools. Its also the first movie where the main character is 100% optional. We only have one question… What happened in Hong Kong? Movie info Premiered: Feb. 23, 1990 Directed: Eric Karson We have a type and we can’t fight it. We find these movies not knowing that they’re connected! He also directed The Octogon (ninjas…) and Black Eagle (JCVD). He also produced Lionheart and acted in it. Written: S. Warren ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ Cast Olivier Gruner as Jacques Montaigne Theresa Saldana as Maria Ordonez Frank Aragon as Martin Ordonez Peter Kwong as Henry Hosts Dominic Twitter: @domcorriveauYouTube: Dominic CorriveauPersonal Podcast: DC TalksBlog: ObscuredNarration.com John Twitter: @corriveau_john Melissa Twitter: @mrsmelcorriveau Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com The shows official accounts: Twitter – https://twitter.com/gowiththeheat Facebook – https://facebook.com/gowiththeheat Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/gowiththeheat/ Intro & transition music provided by: Cuban Sandwich, Voice Over Under Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0

70 minSEP 7
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157 - Angel Town

156 - Classic Rerun: Blood and Roses

Hey pals, we had a very busy two weeks. Between our normal schedule, John on vacation, moving and then having some dental work, the next thing we knew we were out of time. So instead, we sat down and put our heads together to find a classic episode of the podcast. Something from the archives that is one of our favorites. I guess you can say we had pasta on the brain. In this classic rerun of the show we go all the way back to episode number 99, originally released in June of 2018. We love this episode of Miami Vice and has brought back some fun memories. Remember kids, if he owns a pasta factory your possibilities are endless! Episode Information Miami Vice – Season 04 Ep. 19 – Blood and Roses Premiered April 1, 1988 Writer: Dick Wolf Director: George Mendeluk (one more coming) Guest Stars Stanley Tucci as Frank Mosca Michael Wincott as Wilson Cook Meg Foster as Alice Carson Frank Stallone as Billy Hosts Dominic Twitter: @domcorriveau YouTube: Dominic Corriveau Personal Podcast: DC Talks Blog: ObscuredNarration.com John Twitter: @corriveau_john Melissa Twitter: @mrsmelcorriveau Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com The shows official accounts: Twitter – https://twitter.com/gowiththeheat Facebook – https://facebook.com/gowiththeheat Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/gowiththeheat/ Intro & transition music provided by: Cuban Sandwich, Voice Over Under Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0

65 minAUG 15
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156 - Classic Rerun: Blood and Roses

155 - You Should Watch It: Never Too Young To Die

In just about every episode of GWTH this season we’ve mentioned one movie. An amazing movie with John Stamos as a high schooler who suddenly learns gymkata. With John being on vacation, Melissa and Dom see this opportunity to finally discuss Never Too Young To Die. A delightfully ridiculous movie that you should definitely watch. With a great cast, an over-the-top story and oddly specific music, you absolutely need to check this episode out and then immediately go watch this movie. This is a perfect summer movie. So get out the White Claws and turn up your headphones. Movie info Premiered: June 13, 1986 Directed by: Gil Bettman (no wiki) Written by: Steven Paul He also Produced this movie. Produced and continues to produce a lot of movies. Everything from Baby Geniuses, Bratz: The Movie to Rambo Last Blood and Ghost Rider. Cast Never Too Young to Die – Wikipedia John Stamos as Lance Stargrove Vanity as Danja Deering Gene Simmons as Carruthers, Velvet Von Ragnar Robert Englund as Riley George Lazenby as Drew Stargrove Hosts Dominic Twitter: @domcorriveau YouTube: Dominic Corriveau Personal Podcast: DC Talks Blog: ObscuredNarration.com John Twitter: @corriveau_john Melissa Twitter: @mrsmelcorriveau Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com The shows official accounts: Twitter – https://twitter.com/gowiththeheat Facebook – https://facebook.com/gowiththeheat Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/gowiththeheat/ Intro & transition music provided by: Cuban Sandwich, Voice Over Under Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0

40 minAUG 3
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155 - You Should Watch It: Never Too Young To Die

154 - The Last Dragon

Hands down this is one of our favorite karate movies of all-time. Full stop. In this episode we literally swoon over this entire movie, beginning to end, and in our final thoughts our only complaint is that we can’t get more. Not only is it a great movie, but being produced by Motown means it has the most amazing movie soundtrack ever. Dominic explains his love of both Sho’nuff and Richie. Melissa has a few Laura moments over Taimak. John gives us all the details on Vanity. This is a great episode for a fantastic movie. Movie info Premiered: March 22, 1985 Directed by: Michael Schultz Very accomplished before this movie. TONS of TV work. Directed Sgt. Peppers Lonely Heart Club Band, a movie that includes music from the Beatles album and Abbey Road set in a music comedy starring The Bee Gees. Oh and of course the 1976 classic Car Wash. Written by: Louis Venosta (no wiki) Produced by: Rupert Hitzig and Berry Gordy We gotta talk about Barry Gordy. He is a legend. In fact, that is an understatement. There are few people as important as Berry Gordy. He discovered The Miracles. Then, with some coaching from The Miracles lead singer Smoky Robinson, he founded Motown Records. He would then go on to produce, write or compose music for The Temptations, The Supremes, Marvin Gaye, The Commodores, Stevie Wonder, The Jackson 5, and Gladys Knight & The Pips. Starring Taimak as Leroy Green Vanity as Laura Charles Julius J. Carry III as Sho’nuff / The Shogun of Harlem Chris Murney as Eddie Arkadian Leo O’Brien as Richie Green Faith Prince as Angela Viracco Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Dom Twitter: @domcorriveau John Twitter: @corriveau_john Melissa Twitter: @mrsmelcorriveau The shows official accounts: Twitter – https://twitter.com/gowiththeheat Facebook – https://facebook.com/gowiththeheat Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/gowiththeheat/ Intro & transition music provided by: Cuban Sandwich, Voice Over Under Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0

63 minJUL 18
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154 - The Last Dragon

153 - You Should Watch It: C.H.U.D.

We go so much great feedback from our last “You Should Watch It”, we decided to make it a regular addition to the podcast. We love it because it allows us to venture deep into the archives and find classics that are just outside of our action wheelhouse. This episode is exactly one of those situations. We don’t normally cover scifi and we’ve NEVER done a horror movie. So, why not both? Melissa and Dominic are huge horror fans (anyone want our Shudder login?) and were right at home with a classic horror with amazing practical effects. John is the scifi geek and loves the flamethrower cops in special suits running around the sewers. Oh yeah, and its got a fantastic cast! We love C.H.U.D. as much as we love Toxie and we think you’ll love it too. Movie info Premiered: August 31, 1984 Directed by: Douglas Cheek Written by: Parnell Hall & Shepard Abbott This basically boils down to it was made by a bunch of nobodies who somehow cobbled together an AMAZING cast and delivered a fantastic monster movie. Starring John Heard as George Cooper Daniel Stern as A.J. “The Reverend” Shepherd Christopher Curry as Captain Bosch Kim Greist as Lauren Daniels J.C. Quinn as Murphy Michael O’Hare as Fuller Peter Michael Goetz as Gramps Sam McMurray as Officer Crespi Frankie R. Faison as Sgt. Parker John Goodman as Diner cop Jay Thomas as Diner cop Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Dom Twitter: @domcorriveau John Twitter: @corriveau_john Melissa Twitter: @mrsmelcorriveau The shows official accounts: Twitter – https://twitter.com/gowiththeheat Facebook – https://facebook.com/gowiththeheat Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/gowiththeheat/ Intro & transition music provided by: Cuban Sandwich, Voice Over Under Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0

35 minJUL 6
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153 - You Should Watch It: C.H.U.D.

152 - Deadly Bet

EListen, I’m going to be totally honest with you. This movie is a stinker. Jeff Wincott is not the next star, no matter what martial arts magazine says it. BUT… We have a TON of fun with this movie! Its so bad its good. And, to continue the honesty, this podcast episode is the best way to consume Deadly Bet. This is the best version. Also, its basically out of print so this might be the ONLY way to find it.Except on YouTube you amazing bastards! We love to hate this movie and it has all the hallmarks of a true “trash movie”. You’ll laugh, you’ll cheer, you’ll never watch another Wincott movie. But, definitely listen to this podcast. Movie info Premiered: Oct. 31, 1992 Directed by: Richard Munchkin This dude is all about gambling. He is a professional Blackjack player, appeared on a blackjack game show, wrote a book about gambling, hosts a radio show about gambling, worked in a casino. Oh, also wrote or directed over 20 movies including Ring of Fire one and two starring Don The Dragon Wilson. Written by: Joseph Mehri, Robert Tiffe Joseph founded PM Entertainment, produced a ton of movies then left the business in 2003. His wiki suggests he also owned pizzerias in Vegas. Robert made a bunch of direct-to-video stuff. This movie is like a combination of all people hanging out in the parking lot at Universal Studios before their waiter gig at the restaurant that makes them sing. Are these the guys that got busted for cheating in the movie Casino? Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Dom Twitter: @domcorriveau John Twitter: @corriveau_john Melissa Twitter: @mrsmelcorriveau The shows official accounts: Twitter – https://twitter.com/gowiththeheat Facebook – https://facebook.com/gowiththeheat Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/gowiththeheat/ Intro & transition music provided by: Cuban Sandwich, Voice Over Under Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0

62 minJUN 22
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152 - Deadly Bet

151 - You Should Watch It: Red Surf

We said the new format would give us new opportunities and we’re taking advantage of that this episode! When John mentioned that there was an action movie with a young George Clooney on jet skis, we knew there was no way we wouldn’t watch it. This episode is all about the… Honestly mediocre movie Red Surf. This isn’t a full rundown of the movie, but just our thoughts on why you should give it a shot. Short and to the point and a new format we’re testing out. We’d love to hear your feedback on this format and if we should do more of them. We had so much fun watching this movie and the fact that Gene Simmons makes a few appearances means this movie is totally worth your time. Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Dom Twitter: @domcorriveau John Twitter: @corriveau_john Melissa Twitter: @mrsmelcorriveau The shows official accounts: Twitter – https://twitter.com/gowiththeheat Facebook – https://facebook.com/gowiththeheat Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/gowiththeheat/ Intro & transition music provided by: Cuban Sandwich, Voice Over Under Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0

27 minJUN 8
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151 - You Should Watch It: Red Surf

Latest Episodes

160 - The King of Karate Cities

Its all come down to this! We’ve gone through all 8 movies in this season and are ready to crown the greatest karate city. There are many to choose from, including the entire country of France. We have a lot of fun discussing some of our favorite moments and debating the best of these four categories… – Best sidekick – Best villain – Biggest badass – Greatest karate city We would love to hear from you! Please, email us with your choices from the movies in this season. We can’t just give it all to Toronto, tell us your best karate city. This is also the final episode before we go on extended break. We will be back next year with season 3 of the movies podcast with an whole new theme. Until then, stay subscribed to this feed, we have a couple surprises lined up during our break. Hosts Dominic Twitter: @domcorriveau YouTube: Dominic Corriveau Personal Podcast: DC Talks Blog: ObscuredNarration.com John Twitter: @corriveau_john Melissa Twitter: @mrsmelcorriveau Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com The shows official accounts: Twitter – https://twitter.com/gowiththeheat Facebook – https://facebook.com/gowiththeheat Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/gowiththeheat/ Intro & transition music provided by: Cuban Sandwich, Voice Over Under Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0

36 min5 d ago
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160 - The King of Karate Cities

160 - Miami Connection

This is a once-in-a-lifetime movie. Seriously. This is as good as a karate movie gets. How do we know? Its got all the tropes. Full songs that are oddly specific to the scene? Check. Sensei beating the shit out of their own students? Check. Always doing the right thing no matter what? Just listen to the lyrics… We absolutely adore this movie and always, ALWAYS have a ton of fun when watching and now we finally get to profess our love of Miami Connection, Dragon Sound, and Jim’s Dad. This is our final movie of this season and we IMPLORE you to listen to our breakdown, then run out and buy a copy of Miami Connection for your own library so you can watch again and again. Movie info Premiered: Aug. 26, 1988 (Dec. 11, 2012) Directed by: Richard Park and Y.K. Kim Written by: Richard Park and Y.K. Kim Produced by: Y.K. Kim This movie was Y.K. Kim’s vision and brainchild, with Richard Park (a Korean film director) facilitating the entire thing. So many people want to say this is a terrible movie and they use it to just rip it apart and capitalize on the “bad movie” trend. These people don’t care about these movies the way we do. They only want to tear down and use other people’s misfortunes to build themselves up. This goes against everything this movie stands for. Friendship. Honesty. Loyalty. These are the things that matter in life and Kim knew that. I will never tear this movie down, it is fantastic and tells an amazing story about friendship and family. This is the only movie in this season that has an actual heart, and not dollar signs in their eyes. Hosts Dominic Twitter: @domcorriveau YouTube: Dominic Corriveau Personal Podcast: DC Talks Blog: ObscuredNarration.com John Twitter: @corriveau_john Melissa Twitter: @mrsmelcorriveau Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com The shows official accounts: Twitter – https://twitter.com/gowiththeheat Facebook – https://facebook.com/gowiththeheat Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/gowiththeheat/ Intro & transition music provided by: Cuban Sandwich, Voice Over Under Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0

68 min2 w ago
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160 - Miami Connection

158 - Lone Wolf McQuade

We are going to warn you up front we are not a fan of this movie. Along these lines, we say some pretty harsh things about the Chuckster and Turtle Carradine, I mean David Carradine. So if you’re gonna get your feelings hurt by us making fun of this movie, we’ll see you next week for Miami Connection. Now with that out of the way, this is a stinker and we have so much fun Dominic stopped breathing for 3 consecutive minutes after Melissa called Kung Fu man a Diplodocus. This movie is so ridiculous its probably the funniest episode of the Go With The Heat podcast ever. You may not agree with our assessment of this movie, there is one thing we can all agree on… This is 100% a karate movie. Seriously, don’t miss this episode of the podcast. It is laugh out loud hilarious. But go ahead and skip Lone Wolf McQuade. This podcast is a better version. Movie info Premiered: April 15, 1983 Directed: Steve Carver Did a lot of work with Corman. Edited a bunch of trailers and commercials, directed a handful. Also directed An Eye For An Eye with the Chuckster. Written: H. Kaye Dyal , B.J. Nelson Another shruggie. Cast Chuck Norris David Carradine Barbara Carrera Leon Isaac Kennedy L. Q. Jones Robert Beltran Hosts Dominic Twitter: @domcorriveau YouTube: Dominic Corriveau Personal Podcast: DC TalksBlog: ObscuredNarration.com John Twitter: @corriveau_john Melissa Twitter: @mrsmelcorriveau Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com The shows official accounts: Twitter – https://twitter.com/gowiththeheat Facebook – https://facebook.com/gowiththeheat Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/gowiththeheat/ Intro & transition music provided by: Cuban Sandwich, Voice Over Under Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0

62 minSEP 21
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158 - Lone Wolf McQuade

157 - Angel Town

After an unexpected vacation, we’re back with a movie we have been chomping at the bit to watch. To be honest, it was everything we hoped it would be. It was like watching an action movie dubbed by Tommy Wiseau and we have zero complaints. We have a lot to love about Angel Town, including Jacque absolutely destroying fools. Its also the first movie where the main character is 100% optional. We only have one question… What happened in Hong Kong? Movie info Premiered: Feb. 23, 1990 Directed: Eric Karson We have a type and we can’t fight it. We find these movies not knowing that they’re connected! He also directed The Octogon (ninjas…) and Black Eagle (JCVD). He also produced Lionheart and acted in it. Written: S. Warren ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ Cast Olivier Gruner as Jacques Montaigne Theresa Saldana as Maria Ordonez Frank Aragon as Martin Ordonez Peter Kwong as Henry Hosts Dominic Twitter: @domcorriveauYouTube: Dominic CorriveauPersonal Podcast: DC TalksBlog: ObscuredNarration.com John Twitter: @corriveau_john Melissa Twitter: @mrsmelcorriveau Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com The shows official accounts: Twitter – https://twitter.com/gowiththeheat Facebook – https://facebook.com/gowiththeheat Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/gowiththeheat/ Intro & transition music provided by: Cuban Sandwich, Voice Over Under Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0

70 minSEP 7
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157 - Angel Town

156 - Classic Rerun: Blood and Roses

Hey pals, we had a very busy two weeks. Between our normal schedule, John on vacation, moving and then having some dental work, the next thing we knew we were out of time. So instead, we sat down and put our heads together to find a classic episode of the podcast. Something from the archives that is one of our favorites. I guess you can say we had pasta on the brain. In this classic rerun of the show we go all the way back to episode number 99, originally released in June of 2018. We love this episode of Miami Vice and has brought back some fun memories. Remember kids, if he owns a pasta factory your possibilities are endless! Episode Information Miami Vice – Season 04 Ep. 19 – Blood and Roses Premiered April 1, 1988 Writer: Dick Wolf Director: George Mendeluk (one more coming) Guest Stars Stanley Tucci as Frank Mosca Michael Wincott as Wilson Cook Meg Foster as Alice Carson Frank Stallone as Billy Hosts Dominic Twitter: @domcorriveau YouTube: Dominic Corriveau Personal Podcast: DC Talks Blog: ObscuredNarration.com John Twitter: @corriveau_john Melissa Twitter: @mrsmelcorriveau Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com The shows official accounts: Twitter – https://twitter.com/gowiththeheat Facebook – https://facebook.com/gowiththeheat Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/gowiththeheat/ Intro & transition music provided by: Cuban Sandwich, Voice Over Under Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0

65 minAUG 15
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156 - Classic Rerun: Blood and Roses

155 - You Should Watch It: Never Too Young To Die

In just about every episode of GWTH this season we’ve mentioned one movie. An amazing movie with John Stamos as a high schooler who suddenly learns gymkata. With John being on vacation, Melissa and Dom see this opportunity to finally discuss Never Too Young To Die. A delightfully ridiculous movie that you should definitely watch. With a great cast, an over-the-top story and oddly specific music, you absolutely need to check this episode out and then immediately go watch this movie. This is a perfect summer movie. So get out the White Claws and turn up your headphones. Movie info Premiered: June 13, 1986 Directed by: Gil Bettman (no wiki) Written by: Steven Paul He also Produced this movie. Produced and continues to produce a lot of movies. Everything from Baby Geniuses, Bratz: The Movie to Rambo Last Blood and Ghost Rider. Cast Never Too Young to Die – Wikipedia John Stamos as Lance Stargrove Vanity as Danja Deering Gene Simmons as Carruthers, Velvet Von Ragnar Robert Englund as Riley George Lazenby as Drew Stargrove Hosts Dominic Twitter: @domcorriveau YouTube: Dominic Corriveau Personal Podcast: DC Talks Blog: ObscuredNarration.com John Twitter: @corriveau_john Melissa Twitter: @mrsmelcorriveau Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com The shows official accounts: Twitter – https://twitter.com/gowiththeheat Facebook – https://facebook.com/gowiththeheat Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/gowiththeheat/ Intro & transition music provided by: Cuban Sandwich, Voice Over Under Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0

40 minAUG 3
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155 - You Should Watch It: Never Too Young To Die

154 - The Last Dragon

Hands down this is one of our favorite karate movies of all-time. Full stop. In this episode we literally swoon over this entire movie, beginning to end, and in our final thoughts our only complaint is that we can’t get more. Not only is it a great movie, but being produced by Motown means it has the most amazing movie soundtrack ever. Dominic explains his love of both Sho’nuff and Richie. Melissa has a few Laura moments over Taimak. John gives us all the details on Vanity. This is a great episode for a fantastic movie. Movie info Premiered: March 22, 1985 Directed by: Michael Schultz Very accomplished before this movie. TONS of TV work. Directed Sgt. Peppers Lonely Heart Club Band, a movie that includes music from the Beatles album and Abbey Road set in a music comedy starring The Bee Gees. Oh and of course the 1976 classic Car Wash. Written by: Louis Venosta (no wiki) Produced by: Rupert Hitzig and Berry Gordy We gotta talk about Barry Gordy. He is a legend. In fact, that is an understatement. There are few people as important as Berry Gordy. He discovered The Miracles. Then, with some coaching from The Miracles lead singer Smoky Robinson, he founded Motown Records. He would then go on to produce, write or compose music for The Temptations, The Supremes, Marvin Gaye, The Commodores, Stevie Wonder, The Jackson 5, and Gladys Knight & The Pips. Starring Taimak as Leroy Green Vanity as Laura Charles Julius J. Carry III as Sho’nuff / The Shogun of Harlem Chris Murney as Eddie Arkadian Leo O’Brien as Richie Green Faith Prince as Angela Viracco Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Dom Twitter: @domcorriveau John Twitter: @corriveau_john Melissa Twitter: @mrsmelcorriveau The shows official accounts: Twitter – https://twitter.com/gowiththeheat Facebook – https://facebook.com/gowiththeheat Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/gowiththeheat/ Intro & transition music provided by: Cuban Sandwich, Voice Over Under Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0

63 minJUL 18
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154 - The Last Dragon

153 - You Should Watch It: C.H.U.D.

We go so much great feedback from our last “You Should Watch It”, we decided to make it a regular addition to the podcast. We love it because it allows us to venture deep into the archives and find classics that are just outside of our action wheelhouse. This episode is exactly one of those situations. We don’t normally cover scifi and we’ve NEVER done a horror movie. So, why not both? Melissa and Dominic are huge horror fans (anyone want our Shudder login?) and were right at home with a classic horror with amazing practical effects. John is the scifi geek and loves the flamethrower cops in special suits running around the sewers. Oh yeah, and its got a fantastic cast! We love C.H.U.D. as much as we love Toxie and we think you’ll love it too. Movie info Premiered: August 31, 1984 Directed by: Douglas Cheek Written by: Parnell Hall & Shepard Abbott This basically boils down to it was made by a bunch of nobodies who somehow cobbled together an AMAZING cast and delivered a fantastic monster movie. Starring John Heard as George Cooper Daniel Stern as A.J. “The Reverend” Shepherd Christopher Curry as Captain Bosch Kim Greist as Lauren Daniels J.C. Quinn as Murphy Michael O’Hare as Fuller Peter Michael Goetz as Gramps Sam McMurray as Officer Crespi Frankie R. Faison as Sgt. Parker John Goodman as Diner cop Jay Thomas as Diner cop Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Dom Twitter: @domcorriveau John Twitter: @corriveau_john Melissa Twitter: @mrsmelcorriveau The shows official accounts: Twitter – https://twitter.com/gowiththeheat Facebook – https://facebook.com/gowiththeheat Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/gowiththeheat/ Intro & transition music provided by: Cuban Sandwich, Voice Over Under Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0

35 minJUL 6
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153 - You Should Watch It: C.H.U.D.

152 - Deadly Bet

EListen, I’m going to be totally honest with you. This movie is a stinker. Jeff Wincott is not the next star, no matter what martial arts magazine says it. BUT… We have a TON of fun with this movie! Its so bad its good. And, to continue the honesty, this podcast episode is the best way to consume Deadly Bet. This is the best version. Also, its basically out of print so this might be the ONLY way to find it.Except on YouTube you amazing bastards! We love to hate this movie and it has all the hallmarks of a true “trash movie”. You’ll laugh, you’ll cheer, you’ll never watch another Wincott movie. But, definitely listen to this podcast. Movie info Premiered: Oct. 31, 1992 Directed by: Richard Munchkin This dude is all about gambling. He is a professional Blackjack player, appeared on a blackjack game show, wrote a book about gambling, hosts a radio show about gambling, worked in a casino. Oh, also wrote or directed over 20 movies including Ring of Fire one and two starring Don The Dragon Wilson. Written by: Joseph Mehri, Robert Tiffe Joseph founded PM Entertainment, produced a ton of movies then left the business in 2003. His wiki suggests he also owned pizzerias in Vegas. Robert made a bunch of direct-to-video stuff. This movie is like a combination of all people hanging out in the parking lot at Universal Studios before their waiter gig at the restaurant that makes them sing. Are these the guys that got busted for cheating in the movie Casino? Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Dom Twitter: @domcorriveau John Twitter: @corriveau_john Melissa Twitter: @mrsmelcorriveau The shows official accounts: Twitter – https://twitter.com/gowiththeheat Facebook – https://facebook.com/gowiththeheat Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/gowiththeheat/ Intro & transition music provided by: Cuban Sandwich, Voice Over Under Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0

62 minJUN 22
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152 - Deadly Bet

151 - You Should Watch It: Red Surf

We said the new format would give us new opportunities and we’re taking advantage of that this episode! When John mentioned that there was an action movie with a young George Clooney on jet skis, we knew there was no way we wouldn’t watch it. This episode is all about the… Honestly mediocre movie Red Surf. This isn’t a full rundown of the movie, but just our thoughts on why you should give it a shot. Short and to the point and a new format we’re testing out. We’d love to hear your feedback on this format and if we should do more of them. We had so much fun watching this movie and the fact that Gene Simmons makes a few appearances means this movie is totally worth your time. Feedback Got some feedback? Contact Us. Email: gowiththeheat[@]gmail[.]com Dom Twitter: @domcorriveau John Twitter: @corriveau_john Melissa Twitter: @mrsmelcorriveau The shows official accounts: Twitter – https://twitter.com/gowiththeheat Facebook – https://facebook.com/gowiththeheat Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/gowiththeheat/ Intro & transition music provided by: Cuban Sandwich, Voice Over Under Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0

27 minJUN 8
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151 - You Should Watch It: Red Surf
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