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Junkfood Cinema

By Film School Rejects

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Description

Junkfood Cinema is a shame-free celebration of the best of obscure and cult cinema. Each week, critic Brian Salisbury and author/screenwriter C. Robert Cargill serve up a deep-fried education on the tastiest, the cheesiest, but always the most satisfying cinematic treats. So good, it just has to be bad for you.

Customer Reviews

The triple cheeseburger of cinema!!!

These wonderful hosts serve up sinfully delicious cinema discussions that are sure to clog an artery or two!! The menu includes sweet sweet servings of B-movies, cult classics and hidden gems that are are sometimes so bad they leap right on over to being legendary. I love the chemistry these guys have in the podcast kitchen and I’m looking forward to consuming more Junkfood Cinema!! Keep it up!!

Great to have it in podcast form

I was a big, big, big fan of Brian's column over at Film School Rejects, so it's super great to have it back in audio form. Massawyrm is an awesome addition too! Both are knowledgable and clearly passionate (without irony) about these semi-schlocky flicks. Love it!

A Rare Treat

I've listened to Brian on other podcasts, I've listened to Cargill on other podcasts. And much like Tango and Cash, these two are just as entertaining together as they are seperately. Their geniune love for film and for the most out there but fun movies is infectious. While we're only two episodes in, Junk Food Cinema has captured my attention and imagination and I cannot wait to see where they go from here.

If I'm lucky, maybe one day they'll talk about fun movies like a long forgotten sci-fi gem "I Come in Peace" or the mix of Batman and Tarzan in the 80's film "Wild Thing"

That's the beauty of the show...they could talk about anything!

Junkfood Cinema
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  • Category: TV & Film
  • Language: English

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