They Must Be Destroyed On Sight!


They Must Be Destroyed On Sight! Episode 20: “The Van” (1977), “Malibu Beach” (1978) and “Van Nuys Blvd.” .

April 25th, 2015

Lee, Daniel and Paul are all together this time out for our third episode in our extended spring series looking at sex comedies. This time around Lee has chosen three semi-related films released by Crown International Pictures in the mid-to-late 1970s. The films covered are "The Van" (1977), "Malibu Beach" (1978) and "Van Nuys Blvd." (1979). We also play a round of "Movie God" and cover recent viewings/purchases. 

Featured music: "Fat Bottomed Girls" by Queen.

They Must Be Destroyed On Sight! Episode 19: “The Malibu Bikini Shop” (1986), “Hot Dog… The Movie” (1984) & “Hamburger: The Motion Picture” (1986).

April 20th, 2015

Lee and Daniel are back for part 2 of our sex comedy series; exploring the value or lack thereof of selected films from the genre. This time out we look at one of Daniel's favourites growing up in "The Malibu Bikini Shop" (1986), and then we move over to two loosely connected films, also from the mid-1980s, in "Hot Dog... The Movie" (1984) and "Hamburger: The Motion Picture" (1986). We also cover two recently deceased character actors in Geoffrey Lewis and Tom Towles; things we've recently watched, and general film nostalgia. 

Featured music: "Hamburgers For America" by Jack Turner, performed by Bill Mueller.

They Must Be Destroyed On Sight! Episode 18: “Ski Patrol” (1990), “Zapped!” (1982) & “Zapped Again!” (1990).

April 12th, 2015

Daniel and Lee start off an extended series, reviewing sex comedies. Everything from silly titty flicks to films that actually, you know, explore real issues. In this episode we review "Ski Patrol" (1990), "Zapped!" (1982) and "Zapped Again!" (1990).

End Music: "She´s Gonna Get It (Zapped Again! Theme)" - Leo Swift.

They Must Be Destroyed On Sight! Episode 17: Werewolves On Film.

April 4th, 2015

Lee and Paul discuss Paul's favourite horror film genre: the werewolf movie. While this is by no means a detailed breakdown of the genre as a whole, we do cover several key elements and the best and worst films that come to mind as examples. It's a casual conversation, but it does, at the very least, present a good primer for those looking to jump into werewolf films. 

End Music: "Howling Theme" by Steve Parsons and Babel.

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