Show #14 – Advertising, Video Games, and various references to the Hamburgler.

We’re back with another exciting episode of MLCTF!  This week, we discuss current events, advertising, video games, review our B-Movie, Dead Heat, and make a lot of random references to the Hamburgler. Here’s the trailer for Dead Heat: BTW, that’s Joe Piscopo’s expression through most of the film. And a link to the Kool-Aid manContinue reading “Show #14 – Advertising, Video Games, and various references to the Hamburgler.”

Episode #9 – Current events, celebrities in surprising, and a review of “The Human Tornado”

We’re back!!  New content, ahoy!!! MLCTF Show 9 This week’s B-Movie Review is the Dolomite film, “The Human Tornado”.  It’s bad, bad, bad!!!  Here’s a taste (NSFW):

Outtakes #1: The unedited dramatic reading of “Thrift Shop”

No new episode this week, unfortunately.  Rando caught whatever bug is going around and wasn’t up for recording.  He’s better now, so we should be back on track this week. In the meantime, enjoy the unedited version of Lefty’s dramatic reading of Macklemore’s magnum opus, “Thrift Shop.” MLCTF thrift store uncut And for those that wantContinue reading “Outtakes #1: The unedited dramatic reading of “Thrift Shop””

Show #7: Facebook, What we’re listening to, and a public service announcement

Show #7 has arrived!  For this week’s episode, we discuss Facebook, what music we’ve been listening to lately, and we make a public service announcement concerning our B-movie. MLCTF Show 7

Episode 6: Star Wars, Zombies, and a dramatic reading of Thrift Store

Welcome back!  Episode 6 features a discussion of JJ Abrams directing Star Wars, zombies, and Lefty does a dramatic reading of Macklemore’s “Thrift Shop”! MLCTF Show 6 Our B-Movie review is of Roger Corman’s Battle Beyond the Stars.

More on Episode V

Rando デス! If you’ve read my posts, you know I love movies. So I feel like a chump for not being more prepared for the Underrated Movies segment of the show. So, here I am to redeem myself. My picks for underrated movies were The Good, The Bad, The Weird and The Cabin in theContinue reading “More on Episode V”