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Thursday, June 30, 2016

06/26/16 Episode 4: Don's Plum (1996)



It's a story of Young Hollywood, bromance, and betrayal. It's the story of Leonardi DiCaprio, Toby Maguire and the film their movie star friends made and then disavowed. Twenty years later, it's now on YouTube.

Host Mike Spiegelman and guest Pam Benjamin smoke cigarettes, drink coffee, act like assholes, confess to bar bathroom mirrors, and then watch Don's Plum (1996).

Says Mike, "Oh crap, she's chasing the dragon!"

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06/19/16 Episode 3: Queen Kong (1976)



Pam Benjamin (Mutiny Radio big wig) and host Mike Spiegelman unlocks the time capsule known as Queen Kong. This 1976 feminist UK comedy spoofs Jaws, Airport '75, the Queen's Silver Jubilee (I guess) and, of course, King Kong (1933), just in time for the 1977 remake. The movie recreates iconic scenes of the original, but with cheaper paper mache costumes.

Michael J. Weldon writes in The Psychotrinic Video Guide:
Yes, this is a real movie, made to cash in on the Dino De Laurentiss remake, He sued, though, and won.
Michael J. Spiegelman says, in the podcast: "You can see the rips on the green screen."

Click to launch podcast in separate tab. Show starts at 2:00. Last half hour is Mutiny Radio audio.

Sunday, June 26, 2016

06/12/16 Episode 2: Masters of the Universe (1987)



Mike and Mutiny Radio Honcho Pam Benjamin watch this piece of shit movie in real time.

Says Mike: "Something's happened. Skeletor's dead. And He-Man's happy he gets to wear a shirt."

Watch the movie at the same time as the podcast!

Click to launch podcast in separate tab. Show starts at 2:50.

06/05/2016 Episode 1: The Sender (1982)



Podcast launched on June 5th, 2016. Mike and special guest (and Mutiny Radio proprietor) Pam Benjamin watched The Sender, an early film from Battlefield Earth director, Roger Christian. And, yes, there is a scene where somebody walks through a plate glass window in slow motion.

Unfortunately, audio of the podcast is missing (!!) but enjoy the picture.

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Theme song composed by Carl Haupt. Follow him on Twitter.