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Junk Food Dinner

Kevin, Parker & Sean

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Junk Food Dinner

Junk Food Dinner

Kevin, Parker & Sean

10
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124
Plays
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Junk Food Dinner is a weekly podcast devoted to cult films, sci-fi, horror movies and everything weird and wild about the cinematic art form.Your three hilarious and good-looking hosts each pick a movie and then argue about why we did or did not like them.

Latest Episodes

JFD504: Silent Running, Fire in the Sky, Official Denial

The three crewmen on Space Station JFD can't do it alone. Sometimes they must enlist the help of outsiders... aliens, if you will. And this week we welcome special guest alien Shelby Cobras to discuss three Sci-Fi Patreon picks! Up first, Bruce Dern is the caretaker of a bio-dome in space but when he gets the orders to scrap the project and blow up the ecosystem, he goes on a rampage then plays cards with robots in Silent Running from 1972 (picked by John T). Next, we investigate the supposed true story of Travis Walton, who claims he was abducted by aliens in the 70's in Fire in the Sky from 1993 (picked by Kessa) And finally, we check out the Sci-Fi Channel's first made-for-TV movie Official Denialfrom 1993 (picked by Eamon), about a man who is tasked by the government to befriend a recently captured alien. All this plus Shelby's review of Color Out of Space, Shelby's hot takes on Jordan Peele, Nerd News, Blu-Rays, wacky robots, kooky aliens and so much more! LISTEN NOW: MP3 Direct Donloyd Also, if you like the show, please take a minute and subscribe and/or comment on us on iTunes, Stitcher, Blubrry or Podfeed.net. Check us out onFacebookandTwitter! We'd love to see some of your love onPatreon- it's super easy and fun to sign up for the extra bonus content. We will escape our invisible corporate overlords with your love and support.

143 MIN4 d ago
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JFD504: Silent Running, Fire in the Sky, Official Denial

JFD503: Day the World Ended, Damnation Alley, 2020 Texas Gladiators

Sci-Fi-Ebruary continues, though the world ends! It's apocalypse week on JFD as we take a look at three movies that depict the end of the world. First, a group of random survivors seek to re-start civilization if the monsters leave them alone long enough in Roger Corman's "Day the World Ended." Next, a ragtag group drive a superheroic tank across a barren and irradiated post-WWIII America in "Damnation Alley." Finally, a fascist group wants control of a post-apocalyptic Texas that's full of violence and punks in Joe D'Amato's "2020 Texas Gladiators." All this plus Nerd News, new bumpers, DVDs, Raimi Chat, Sweetman, junkmails, and so much more! Direct Donloyd. Got a movie suggestion for the show, or better yet an opinion on next week's movies? Drop us a line at JFDPodcast@gmail.com. Or leave us a voicemail: 347-746-JUNK (5865). Add it to your telephone now! JOIN THE CONVERSATION! Also, if you like the show, please take a minute and subscribe and/or comment on us on iTunes, Stitcher, ...

117 MIN1 w ago
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JFD503: Day the World Ended, Damnation Alley, 2020 Texas Gladiators

JFD502: It! The Terror from Beyond Space, Creation of the Humanoids, Die, Monster Die!

Get ready, grandpas and grandmas! It's Sci-Fi Ebuary and we're here to review three of your favorite old-ass movies! Up first! We start at the only sane, logical, or respectable place: 1958's It! The Terror from Beyond Space, a proto-Alien spaceflick with a weird rubber suited alien battling astronauts. Ridley Scott thanks the filmmakers. Next up! Y'all ever seen 1962's Creation of the Humanoids? It's a talky technicolor melodrama about the ethical implications of advanced robotics in a human society. Ridley Scott thanks the filmmakers. Finally! It's a third film: Die, Monster Die!, from 1965. It was not based on the Misfits song of the same name, which was released decades later. But it does have Boris Karloff. And it's based on a Lovecraft. We'll tell ya about it. All this plus science fiction sounds, our weekly news plus Blu-ray Picks and even more! Direct Donloyd Here Got a movie suggestion for the show, or better yet an opinion on next week's movies? Drop us a line at JFDPodcas...

139 MIN2 w ago
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JFD502: It! The Terror from Beyond Space, Creation of the Humanoids, Die, Monster Die!

JFD501: Harvey, Being There, Spaceballs

We asked our Dom DeLuise Patreon donors put together three solid gold bangers and we'd select one lucky winner's trio to do on the show and we landed on Elise's eclectic mix of classy cult comedies. Up first, James Stewart plays a mild mannered alcoholic who embarasses his family by spending most of this time getting loaded and talking to his imaginary friend, a giant rabbit in Harvey from 1950. Then, Peter Sellers play a simple minded gardener who finds himself homeless until he crosses paths with Shirley MacLaine who's the wife of a dying millionaire in Hal Ashby's Being There from 1979. And finally, Mel Brooks points his patented brand of satire on Star Wars in Spaceballs from 1987. Starring Bill Pullman, John Candy, Rick Moranis, Daphne Zuniga and Joan Rivers! All this plus The Memphis Maniac's Year In Review, we find out what people are really doing in the library, why Disney keeps trying to sell you sporks for $15, Space Force!, Nerd News, Blu-Rays and so much more! LISTEN NOW...

117 MIN3 w ago
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JFD501: Harvey, Being There, Spaceballs

Junk Food Dinner: Episode Five Hundred

We're back, Junkies! It's episode five goddamn hundred. Can you even believe it? Most of you weren't even born yet when we started the show! We're not watching any movies this week, just partying with some friends. We're joined by Mike Dikk, Shelby Cobras and Hatless Jackson Stewart! We play songs and listen to voicemails from the friendliest junkies! Then, we read our lists of Top 5 movies of 2019! Direct Donloyd

186 MINJAN 25
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Junk Food Dinner: Episode Five Hundred

JFD499: Sole Survivor, On the Silver Globe, Welcome to the Doll House

Now, just wait a dang minute - you're telling me those Junk Food Dinner boys are doing January's Patreon Picks episode already? Hoo boy, it's about to get wild. Up first! We start at the only sane, logical, or respectable place: Sole Survivor, from 1983. It's that movie where a lady doesn't die in a plane crash, but then almost dies several times later. Directed by the director of Night of the Comet!! Thanks to Ronn C for picking it! Next up! We flash all the way to 1987/88, or maybe actually back to 1977, or way out into the outer space of the future in wacked out Andrzej Żuławski's Polish-as-hell On the Silver Globe, a movie which has a profoundly divisive impact on the group. Shout out to our man Babylegs for picking it. Finally! It's a third film: Welcome to the Doll House, from 1995. It was directed by Todd Solondz. It's picked by Kessa. All this plus Kevin Moss has shocking hot takes on rocking cold sodas, the bad boys of podcasting talk movie snack sneakings, the Dick Tracy...

117 MINJAN 18
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JFD499: Sole Survivor, On the Silver Globe, Welcome to the Doll House

JFD498: Hot & Saucy Pizza Girls, Dreams in the Forbidden Zone, The Witches of Breastwick

Happy 2020, everybody! We're back and we're ringing in the New Year with our traditional 'Happy Nude Year' episode. What better way to celebrate another trip around the sun than to bask in some of the weirdest and wildest skin flicks to ever hit the back room of your local video store? Up first, legendary porn star John Holmes runs a prostitution racket out of a pizza parlor in Hot and Saucy Pizza Girls from 1978. Desiree Cousteau (Pretty Peaches) stars alongside Candida Royalle, Laurien Dominique and Christine De Shaffer who deliver more than pizzas on their skateboards in their short shorts. Next, after a woman (Lynn LeMay) accidentally kills her husband by dropping a plug-in vibrator into the bathtub with him, she fears the guilt will lead her to never have an orgasm again. That is, until her psychiatrist (Peter North) convinces her to take a surreal sexual adventure in Dreams in the Forbidden Zone from 1988. Finally, a couple get lost in the woods and are invited in by a coven o...

130 MINJAN 10
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JFD498: Hot & Saucy Pizza Girls, Dreams in the Forbidden Zone, The Witches of Breastwick

JFD Rewind #6 - The Re-Rewindening

It's time for JFD Rewind Episode Number Six! As we perfunctorily explain at the head of each of these annual compilation clip shows, your charming Junk Food Dinner hosts are unwilling and/or unable to perform their regular duties in this very hectic holiday time period. However, as has been explained prior, this inability to produce a new weekly show does not preclude us from our obligation to deliver some form of audio content to the feed. So it's come to this again: yet another Junk Food Dinner clip show. As we're fond of both the elements of surprise and laziness, we'll forgo the usual descriptors here as to what the actual contents of this cut-and-pasted effort truly are. If you're the sort of curious cat who'd actually donloyd this thing, you'll listen along with us and discover what made the cut for this year's compilation. And if not, you could still pretend you did and probably fool us. That said, we jammed some pretty good stuff into this year's edition, just because we lov...

210 MINJAN 2
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JFD Rewind #6 - The Re-Rewindening

JFD497: Twilight Zone: Night of the Meek, The Great Santa Claus Switch, The Spirit of Christmas

It's Christmas, junkies! We've got a round of X-mas inspired short films for you! First, we take a trip to the Twilight Zone and drop in on Art Carney as a drunk Santa who has an existential breakdown before finding a magic sack in "Night of the Meek." Next, Art Carney returns as Santa in a prototypical Jim Henson jam that originally aired as an episode of "The Ed Sullivan Show." It's "The Great Santa Claus Switch." Watch as Fraggles ... I mean Frackles ... dance and sing! Finally, four foul-mouthed kids from Colorado get caught up in the ultimate Christmas fight: Santa vs. Jesus. It's Trey Parker and Matt Stone's "The Spirit of Christmas." All this plus Xmas stories, Nerd News, DVDs, Cats Chat and so much more! Direct donloyd

108 MIN2019 DEC 27
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JFD497: Twilight Zone: Night of the Meek, The Great Santa Claus Switch, The Spirit of Christmas

JFD496: Seeds, 36.15 code Père Noël (AKA Deadly Games, AKA Game Over, AKA Dial Code Santa Claus), Initiation: Silent Night, Deadly Night 4

Your Christmas is about to get cranked! Those wild Junk Food boys are at it again, holiday stylin' and profilin' three weird Xmas-Adjacent features. Featuring more incest than ever before! Up first! We start at the only sane, logical, or respectable place to start a Christmas theme show: Seeds, from 1968. Low budget auter Andy Milligan's interpretation of America's Winter Family Holiday (tm) is a grim, back-stabbing (literally) affair (literally) wherein the family members gathered to celebrate the birth of our lord end up just fucking and murdering each other instead. Plus: bad audio looping!! Next up! We flash all the way to 1989, where the top filmmakers in France were hard at work crafting the perfect film for the young hosts-to-be of Junk Food Dinner to completely miss out on for decades. It's every kid's best worst nightmare when Santa Claus comes to town except he's just some creepy homeless dude who's good at computers. We're talking of course about Deadly Games, known by a ...

130 MIN2019 DEC 21
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JFD496: Seeds, 36.15 code Père Noël (AKA Deadly Games, AKA Game Over, AKA Dial Code Santa Claus), Initiation: Silent Night, Deadly Night 4

Latest Episodes

JFD504: Silent Running, Fire in the Sky, Official Denial

The three crewmen on Space Station JFD can't do it alone. Sometimes they must enlist the help of outsiders... aliens, if you will. And this week we welcome special guest alien Shelby Cobras to discuss three Sci-Fi Patreon picks! Up first, Bruce Dern is the caretaker of a bio-dome in space but when he gets the orders to scrap the project and blow up the ecosystem, he goes on a rampage then plays cards with robots in Silent Running from 1972 (picked by John T). Next, we investigate the supposed true story of Travis Walton, who claims he was abducted by aliens in the 70's in Fire in the Sky from 1993 (picked by Kessa) And finally, we check out the Sci-Fi Channel's first made-for-TV movie Official Denialfrom 1993 (picked by Eamon), about a man who is tasked by the government to befriend a recently captured alien. All this plus Shelby's review of Color Out of Space, Shelby's hot takes on Jordan Peele, Nerd News, Blu-Rays, wacky robots, kooky aliens and so much more! LISTEN NOW: MP3 Direct Donloyd Also, if you like the show, please take a minute and subscribe and/or comment on us on iTunes, Stitcher, Blubrry or Podfeed.net. Check us out onFacebookandTwitter! We'd love to see some of your love onPatreon- it's super easy and fun to sign up for the extra bonus content. We will escape our invisible corporate overlords with your love and support.

143 MIN4 d ago
Comments
JFD504: Silent Running, Fire in the Sky, Official Denial

JFD503: Day the World Ended, Damnation Alley, 2020 Texas Gladiators

Sci-Fi-Ebruary continues, though the world ends! It's apocalypse week on JFD as we take a look at three movies that depict the end of the world. First, a group of random survivors seek to re-start civilization if the monsters leave them alone long enough in Roger Corman's "Day the World Ended." Next, a ragtag group drive a superheroic tank across a barren and irradiated post-WWIII America in "Damnation Alley." Finally, a fascist group wants control of a post-apocalyptic Texas that's full of violence and punks in Joe D'Amato's "2020 Texas Gladiators." All this plus Nerd News, new bumpers, DVDs, Raimi Chat, Sweetman, junkmails, and so much more! Direct Donloyd. Got a movie suggestion for the show, or better yet an opinion on next week's movies? Drop us a line at JFDPodcast@gmail.com. Or leave us a voicemail: 347-746-JUNK (5865). Add it to your telephone now! JOIN THE CONVERSATION! Also, if you like the show, please take a minute and subscribe and/or comment on us on iTunes, Stitcher, ...

117 MIN1 w ago
Comments
JFD503: Day the World Ended, Damnation Alley, 2020 Texas Gladiators

JFD502: It! The Terror from Beyond Space, Creation of the Humanoids, Die, Monster Die!

Get ready, grandpas and grandmas! It's Sci-Fi Ebuary and we're here to review three of your favorite old-ass movies! Up first! We start at the only sane, logical, or respectable place: 1958's It! The Terror from Beyond Space, a proto-Alien spaceflick with a weird rubber suited alien battling astronauts. Ridley Scott thanks the filmmakers. Next up! Y'all ever seen 1962's Creation of the Humanoids? It's a talky technicolor melodrama about the ethical implications of advanced robotics in a human society. Ridley Scott thanks the filmmakers. Finally! It's a third film: Die, Monster Die!, from 1965. It was not based on the Misfits song of the same name, which was released decades later. But it does have Boris Karloff. And it's based on a Lovecraft. We'll tell ya about it. All this plus science fiction sounds, our weekly news plus Blu-ray Picks and even more! Direct Donloyd Here Got a movie suggestion for the show, or better yet an opinion on next week's movies? Drop us a line at JFDPodcas...

139 MIN2 w ago
Comments
JFD502: It! The Terror from Beyond Space, Creation of the Humanoids, Die, Monster Die!

JFD501: Harvey, Being There, Spaceballs

We asked our Dom DeLuise Patreon donors put together three solid gold bangers and we'd select one lucky winner's trio to do on the show and we landed on Elise's eclectic mix of classy cult comedies. Up first, James Stewart plays a mild mannered alcoholic who embarasses his family by spending most of this time getting loaded and talking to his imaginary friend, a giant rabbit in Harvey from 1950. Then, Peter Sellers play a simple minded gardener who finds himself homeless until he crosses paths with Shirley MacLaine who's the wife of a dying millionaire in Hal Ashby's Being There from 1979. And finally, Mel Brooks points his patented brand of satire on Star Wars in Spaceballs from 1987. Starring Bill Pullman, John Candy, Rick Moranis, Daphne Zuniga and Joan Rivers! All this plus The Memphis Maniac's Year In Review, we find out what people are really doing in the library, why Disney keeps trying to sell you sporks for $15, Space Force!, Nerd News, Blu-Rays and so much more! LISTEN NOW...

117 MIN3 w ago
Comments
JFD501: Harvey, Being There, Spaceballs

Junk Food Dinner: Episode Five Hundred

We're back, Junkies! It's episode five goddamn hundred. Can you even believe it? Most of you weren't even born yet when we started the show! We're not watching any movies this week, just partying with some friends. We're joined by Mike Dikk, Shelby Cobras and Hatless Jackson Stewart! We play songs and listen to voicemails from the friendliest junkies! Then, we read our lists of Top 5 movies of 2019! Direct Donloyd

186 MINJAN 25
Comments
Junk Food Dinner: Episode Five Hundred

JFD499: Sole Survivor, On the Silver Globe, Welcome to the Doll House

Now, just wait a dang minute - you're telling me those Junk Food Dinner boys are doing January's Patreon Picks episode already? Hoo boy, it's about to get wild. Up first! We start at the only sane, logical, or respectable place: Sole Survivor, from 1983. It's that movie where a lady doesn't die in a plane crash, but then almost dies several times later. Directed by the director of Night of the Comet!! Thanks to Ronn C for picking it! Next up! We flash all the way to 1987/88, or maybe actually back to 1977, or way out into the outer space of the future in wacked out Andrzej Żuławski's Polish-as-hell On the Silver Globe, a movie which has a profoundly divisive impact on the group. Shout out to our man Babylegs for picking it. Finally! It's a third film: Welcome to the Doll House, from 1995. It was directed by Todd Solondz. It's picked by Kessa. All this plus Kevin Moss has shocking hot takes on rocking cold sodas, the bad boys of podcasting talk movie snack sneakings, the Dick Tracy...

117 MINJAN 18
Comments
JFD499: Sole Survivor, On the Silver Globe, Welcome to the Doll House

JFD498: Hot & Saucy Pizza Girls, Dreams in the Forbidden Zone, The Witches of Breastwick

Happy 2020, everybody! We're back and we're ringing in the New Year with our traditional 'Happy Nude Year' episode. What better way to celebrate another trip around the sun than to bask in some of the weirdest and wildest skin flicks to ever hit the back room of your local video store? Up first, legendary porn star John Holmes runs a prostitution racket out of a pizza parlor in Hot and Saucy Pizza Girls from 1978. Desiree Cousteau (Pretty Peaches) stars alongside Candida Royalle, Laurien Dominique and Christine De Shaffer who deliver more than pizzas on their skateboards in their short shorts. Next, after a woman (Lynn LeMay) accidentally kills her husband by dropping a plug-in vibrator into the bathtub with him, she fears the guilt will lead her to never have an orgasm again. That is, until her psychiatrist (Peter North) convinces her to take a surreal sexual adventure in Dreams in the Forbidden Zone from 1988. Finally, a couple get lost in the woods and are invited in by a coven o...

130 MINJAN 10
Comments
JFD498: Hot & Saucy Pizza Girls, Dreams in the Forbidden Zone, The Witches of Breastwick

JFD Rewind #6 - The Re-Rewindening

It's time for JFD Rewind Episode Number Six! As we perfunctorily explain at the head of each of these annual compilation clip shows, your charming Junk Food Dinner hosts are unwilling and/or unable to perform their regular duties in this very hectic holiday time period. However, as has been explained prior, this inability to produce a new weekly show does not preclude us from our obligation to deliver some form of audio content to the feed. So it's come to this again: yet another Junk Food Dinner clip show. As we're fond of both the elements of surprise and laziness, we'll forgo the usual descriptors here as to what the actual contents of this cut-and-pasted effort truly are. If you're the sort of curious cat who'd actually donloyd this thing, you'll listen along with us and discover what made the cut for this year's compilation. And if not, you could still pretend you did and probably fool us. That said, we jammed some pretty good stuff into this year's edition, just because we lov...

210 MINJAN 2
Comments
JFD Rewind #6 - The Re-Rewindening

JFD497: Twilight Zone: Night of the Meek, The Great Santa Claus Switch, The Spirit of Christmas

It's Christmas, junkies! We've got a round of X-mas inspired short films for you! First, we take a trip to the Twilight Zone and drop in on Art Carney as a drunk Santa who has an existential breakdown before finding a magic sack in "Night of the Meek." Next, Art Carney returns as Santa in a prototypical Jim Henson jam that originally aired as an episode of "The Ed Sullivan Show." It's "The Great Santa Claus Switch." Watch as Fraggles ... I mean Frackles ... dance and sing! Finally, four foul-mouthed kids from Colorado get caught up in the ultimate Christmas fight: Santa vs. Jesus. It's Trey Parker and Matt Stone's "The Spirit of Christmas." All this plus Xmas stories, Nerd News, DVDs, Cats Chat and so much more! Direct donloyd

108 MIN2019 DEC 27
Comments
JFD497: Twilight Zone: Night of the Meek, The Great Santa Claus Switch, The Spirit of Christmas

JFD496: Seeds, 36.15 code Père Noël (AKA Deadly Games, AKA Game Over, AKA Dial Code Santa Claus), Initiation: Silent Night, Deadly Night 4

Your Christmas is about to get cranked! Those wild Junk Food boys are at it again, holiday stylin' and profilin' three weird Xmas-Adjacent features. Featuring more incest than ever before! Up first! We start at the only sane, logical, or respectable place to start a Christmas theme show: Seeds, from 1968. Low budget auter Andy Milligan's interpretation of America's Winter Family Holiday (tm) is a grim, back-stabbing (literally) affair (literally) wherein the family members gathered to celebrate the birth of our lord end up just fucking and murdering each other instead. Plus: bad audio looping!! Next up! We flash all the way to 1989, where the top filmmakers in France were hard at work crafting the perfect film for the young hosts-to-be of Junk Food Dinner to completely miss out on for decades. It's every kid's best worst nightmare when Santa Claus comes to town except he's just some creepy homeless dude who's good at computers. We're talking of course about Deadly Games, known by a ...

130 MIN2019 DEC 21
Comments
JFD496: Seeds, 36.15 code Père Noël (AKA Deadly Games, AKA Game Over, AKA Dial Code Santa Claus), Initiation: Silent Night, Deadly Night 4
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