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Movie Issues: Psycho Beach Party

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Movie Issues: Psycho Beach Party

Feeling the need to go to the beach before the summer ends, the guys decided to wacthed the 2000s cult indie flick, Psycho Beach Party. A spoof of 1960’s Beach Party/Gidget surfing movies mixed with slasher horror films. Poor Florence Forrest, a not-so-innocent girl in 1960’s Malibu, who suffers from dissociative identity disorder and occasionally her alter ego Ann Bowman, a sexually aggressive, foul-mouthed-speaking girl, comes out in which during that time several beach goers are found murdered. Who could have done it? Is it Ann? Florence? Her mother? The beach gang? The movie star or the exchange student? WHO! Well grab your surf board, get them swim trunks on and download this weeks podcast to find out with us.  Read On

Movie Issues New Release Tuesday August 18th

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Movie Issues New Release Tuesday August 18th

It’s Tuesday New Release Day!! The best day of the week, besides Friday of course. But see what came out today, never know, you might have to go buy yourself a little happy on the way home from work. With the summer coming up all sorts of good stuff to keep you inside sitting pretty with your AC. Come on, check’em out!

New Releases: August 18th
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Movie Issues: The Man from U.N.C.L.E.

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Movie Issues: The Man from U.N.C.L.E.

In a year that is rather heavy with the spy genre flicks; Spy, Kingsmen: The Secret Service, Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation and, this Christmas, the latest James Bond film, how is one supposed to stand out from the other? Well, having the amazing Guy Ritchie as a director sure helps. His latest movie is The Man From U.N.C.L.E., based on the spy television series of the same name that ran from 1964 to 1968. Set in the 1960’s, while the Cold War was raging, two agents from opposing sides, CIA agent Napoleon Solo (Henry Cavill) and the KGB’s Ilya Kuryakin (Armie Hammer), are forced to work together to extract a young woman, Gaby Teller (Alicia Vikander) from East Berlin whose father is being held by Nazis who want him to build them a nuclear bomb. What could have been just another spy flick, ends up being a beautifully stylized film filled with all things that make Guy Ritchie movies so much fun.

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Movie Issues: Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker

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Movie Issues: Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker

This week the guys wanted to watched a Batman flick; they chose the 2000 direct-to-video film, Batman Beyond: The Return of the Joker, set in the future where an old Bruce Wayne helps the new the Batman deal with an old foe from the past, The Joker. It’s one of the better direct-to-video flick from DC Animation. Also the guys hit all the recent movie news. So please download and enjoy.  Read On

Movie Issues New Release Tuesday August 11th

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It’s Tuesday New Release Day!! The best day of the week, besides Friday of course. But see what came out today, never know, you might have to go buy yourself a little happy on the way home from work. With the summer coming up all sorts of good stuff to keep you inside sitting pretty with your AC. Come on, check’em out!

New Releases: August 11th
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Movie Issues: Monkeybone

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Movie Issues: Monkeybone

This week the guys spend the weekend in LA hanging out with friends; good food, good drinks and then one hell of a bad movie! They watched Monkeybone. One of the worst movies ever made. Brendan Fraser is a cartoonist who is put into a coma, but when he makes a deal with Death to return to the living world, his imaginary character, Monkeybone, steals his body and makes his life a living hell. Fraser must then do everything he can to stop Monkeybone, save his fiancé and save the world too. It’s all kinds of drama that acts like a cross between Beetlejuice and Roger Rabbit, but not any of the good parts. So please download and enjoy this crazy flick with us.  Read On

Movie Issues New Release Tuesday August 4th

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Movie Issues New Release Tuesday August 4th

It’s Tuesday New Release Day!! The best day of the week, besides Friday of course. But see what came out today, never know, you might have to go buy yourself a little happy on the way home from work. With the summer coming up all sorts of good stuff to keep you inside sitting pretty with your AC. Come on, check’em out!

New Releases: August 4th
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Movie Issues: Ghostbusters II

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Movie Issues: Ghostbusters II

Who you gonna call? Leland and Spooky of course, as they continue giving love to our lady of the month: Sigourney Weaver! This week the guys watch 1989s Ghostbusters II, where our team is back to help Dana as an evil painting is trying to take over her baby and then the world! Also the guys talk movie news of the week and try to understand what the new all female Ghostbusters really is. Just another week at Movie Issues HQ, so please download and enjoy.  Read On

Movie Issues: Aliens

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Movie Issues: Aliens

Well the guys have reached the end of their month long celebration of the work of Sigourney Weaver. They’ve laughed, cried, screamed in terror and over all had a great time watching some of the best work The Weaver has to offer. They end with her best movie and her best known character: Ellen Ripley in 1986s Aliens. The one where she fights the biggest bitch of them all, the Alien Queen. So please download and enjoy our final Sigourney Weaver movie of the month!  Read On

Movie Issues: Vacation

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Movie Issues: Vacation

As the summer keeps pushing along, and the big summer movies are coming to a close, one could start to wonder, “Where is our unnecessary remake to an 80’s classic?” Well, not to fear, because here it is. This year’s unneeded remake/reboot/sequel would be Vacation. The continuation of the Griswold’s turbulent family vacation drama, where anything and everything that can go wrong, does. The franchise started in 1983 when Clark (Chevy Chase) attempted to take his family on a cross-country trip to Wally World. This led us to four outrageous comedies showing us that family trips are never what we imagine.

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