This week is Erik picked the 1995 Jean-Claude Van Damme movie Sudden Death. Erik chose this movie purely based on it’s “second class stakes”, a fireman must save the Vice President held hostage at the Stanley Cup by a bunch of mean guys. Sure sounds second class to us. This is by far our longest episode yet and we’re not quite sure why.
In correlation with the new Mortal Kombat coming out, Erik selected the 1995 virtual reality action movie Expect No Mercy with Tae Bo’s own Billy Blanks. Favorite parts aplenty and a truly surprising rating.
So Erik selected the 1991 football-action, extraction movie, The Last Match. The quarterback of a football team’s daughter gets imprisoned somewhere in South America so he collects all of his macho football player friends to go and save her. It’s not as cool as it sounds, trust us.
Fresh out of Cult Month, Erik picks the 1991 Action-Comedy Dollman. Brought to us by Full Moon Entertainment; this movie was not the movie we thought it was going to be when we started but we’re sure glad we were wrong. Second time guest Brian assists us in reviewing this one.
Erik selected our second film for Cult Month, and we watched the 1991 buddy-cop, shlock-fest Samurai Cop. This movie became a fast favorite for us at Second Class Cinema, so it was an obvious choice to present it for Cult Month!
Hot-shot cop, Joe Marshall (“Samurai Cop”), and his partner Frank, take to the streets to put a stop to the notorious Katana gang. Of course, they make time along the way to bang some babes, have gunfights and eat birthday cake in a speedo. Everything about this movie is hilarious, from the bad dialogue and continuity (that WIG!), to mullets and matching underwear. This is a rare b-movie gem. Oh! It also stars Robert Z’Dar’s face!
Listen up, as we try to dissect what makes this movie so amazingly enjoyable.