Episode #173: Mystery Science Theater 3000 x 3

December 6th, 2015
Guest Host:  David Biehn!!
  • /Eegah
  • /Space Mutiny
  • /Quest of the Delta Knights
The Triforce has always avoided direct discussion of TV shows to date (though tell us if that interests you: cinemasluts@gmail.com ), but MST3K as it is known to many is the middle of the road.  It was on TV, but they watched movies..
David is a fellow MSTie & devout fan of their offshoots since the show ended in 1999.  It seemed the right time & he the right guest to talk of the tube.  MST always did Turkey Day marathons, so this year we had our own.  This one may feel a bit strange as we are chronicling the history of the series, but hey - less actor/production bio talk!!  Enjoy our tribute to a unique show with just the kinda sick (yet safe for cable) & silly humor we love.  
By the way, as if we didn't they think were cool enough, Shout Factory has put many full episodes on Youtube with annotations for what the references/jokes are from!!  Here are links for full MST3K episodes of Mitchell and Pumaman: these were 2 of the movies considered for this episode.
Here is the link for Happy Gilmore where we're pretty certain we spoke of the cool that is Kiel.

For those who haven't heard of Turkish Star Wars (oh yeah, it is real):  here is a taste - Trailer.  The whole movie can be found on youtube.  Also here's the Australian Energizer commercial.  Streuth!!

Keeping it 100 - my folder is called "Metal served with Brown Betty & Death (but mostly Death)."  

Episode #171: The Godfrey Shuffle

November 7th, 2015

Guest Host:  Godfrey -

Oh what a treat for you this week!  As we hope to shed light on you about movies you may have missed or avoided, some of our friends do that for us also.  Godfrey is just such a friend and we are glad to feature him this episode to discuss movies he brought before the mostlymighty Triforce.  The variety of style and feel between these 3 movies is also pretty novel, so you don't have to deal with just horror or just drama (for those who watch everything we suggest - and hey: thanks!!)

 
Enjoy as we add another host to the Triforce family.  And fear not, citizens!  We're gonna get Chris' smooth buttery voice back online pretty soon.  Meantime, you can listen to the rest of our archive while you wait (after listening to this week's show, of course).  He's on a lot of those!  
 
Here's a link for the Beyonce mashup to answer why I put that other song under the episode:  Beyonce mashup.  
 
Link for: Airborne downhill  
 
  • Links for episodes mentioned:.  
 
Eddie Murphy:  Mulan.  Jacob Vargas:  Traffic 
 
Jack Black:  Kung Fu PandaPick of DestinyHigh Fidelity 
 
Edie McClurg:  Ferris BuellerNatural Born KillersPlanes Trains & Automobiles
 

Episode #169: Summer Summary Slut Spectacular

September 25th, 2015
Avengers: Age of Ultron/
Mad Max:  Fury Road (fully discussed in #163!!)/
Jurassic World/
Terminator Genysis (now further discussed in #242!!)/
Ant-Man/
Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation/
Straight Outta Compton (now fully discussed in #180!!)/
Ex Machina (now fully discussed in #236!!)/

*also a bit of TV hero talk - not something we do a lot..*

 

We mention Pitch Perfect 2 & Tomorrowland, though we had not seen them.

Another blockbuster parade has come & gone.  Now we deliver to you our list of what made this summer worth watching.  While having its fair share of strikes & gutters, this year nevertheless delivered.

Marvel is now in full swing and the other studios are frantically striving to touch that high water mark.  One could argue that there’s never been a better time to be a movie goer.  Action, sci-fi, adventure, drama, intrigue, heist & heart alike;  Heck, even a Jedi will crave these things come the end of the year!  We sluts be fans.  
What are we fans of all we discuss, you ask?

Well, tune in & find out.  Come on, dooo ittt!! Listen, we're heeere!!

Episode #156: More Robot Than Robot

March 8th, 2015
With CHAPPiE hitting theaters this week, it seemed the perfect time to roll out our "Robotics" episode!  A topic that's captivated readers & audiences for generations, mechanoids gone monsters often reflect how humanity has or may go wrong.  Are these the droid movies you're looking for?  The answer is yes:  3 different decade & budget perspectives on the possibilities & the dangers that come with them.  
If you haven't already, go waaayy back to check out Frtiz Lang's masterpiece Metropolis
After that, check out Rahzel (who we referred to randomly) from The Roots.  After THAT, look at this alternate Short Circuit series trailer.
Correction:  we forgot to mention the actual skydiving movie the Short Circuit writing duo did - Drop Zone with Wesley Snipes.

Episode #155.2: Talking Long & Hard

February 23rd, 2015
As promised, here's the "Cherry-On-Top", of what was our 80's Teens Rue the Day episode last week.  

We ended up engulfed in a haze of Leonard Cohen, acid wash jeans & corrupt high school principals with our 3rd selection; it's not everyday we get to chat about one of the greatest unsung & angst-ridden anti-heroes of the late 20th century:  Harry Hard-On.  

We cannot implore you enough to RUN and watch this movie.  Well cast, under appreciated & a very poignant pick of any "Coming-of-Age" film selection.  We adore this flick; so much so that we ended up dedicating a whole episode to its glory.

So, get your Chewlies Gum, some Surge, then rise up in the internet cafe and stab them with your compostable forks (or sporks, if that 's your flavor).  Also, reduce & reuse as much or more than you recycle. :)

Correction:  ROMAN Centurions, as opposed to the non-existent Russian Centurions.  It wasn't worth setting up again to re-record when we can rewrite our personal history here..

Episode #155: 80’s Teens Rue the Day

February 8th, 2015
Okay, sure... kids saved the day countless times and we talked about that plenty, but what about when teens DIDN'T?  

What about those college kids who turned up the Heat on that Top Secret government project that almost opened The Doors to their own Tombstones?

Or when that Young Gun just needed a Few Good Men to Stand By Him to help Flat-line a couple of Firstborns in that Dark City of Santa Carla?  And hoo boy, some Sleepers will Rush in and do anything for love.  Oh, what a night that was...  You will be Blown Away.  

We had WAY too much fun this week, so we had to cut the episode in two.  We also kinda went overboard in our appreciation of what will end up being the 3rd film in our next episode.  

What's that?  What is it?  Well, you'll just have to tune in two weeks from now & find out.  It is a Gleaming jewel in pile of Non-Very Bad Things during the Legend-ary 80's.  Til then, we're confident you'll savor every nostalgia-soaked minute of this week's offering.

 

Mini-Sode: Episode #69

February 1st, 2015

As mentioned last week, we're widdlin' down the episodes to ever other week, but that doesn't mean we won't deliver more content on occasion.

So, in that vein, we give you another youtube Mini-Sode comprised of some of the best parts from our second Arnold episode

Enjoy & watch responsibly:


Arnold Schwarzenegger & Green Beret Marshmallows for Breakfast


  

Episode #154: Epic-sode VI: Ben-Hur

January 25th, 2015
Ben-Hur
Ever since the inception (cue the noise in your own head) of our "Epic-sodes," this has been on the table for obvious reasons.  Sweeping, grandiose & literally biblical in its scope and span, Ben-Hur was one of the first mega-million-epics.  

Holding Hollywood's first ever eight-figure budget, tens of thousands of extras and a climactic chariot scene that puts even modern CG movies to shame, Ben-Hur has established itself as an all-out fundamental pillar in the foundation of 20th century epic films.  

You can see why it'd be pretty silly if we skipped this one.

We chose this over The Ten Commandments, so you'll have to sate yourself on only one dose of das Heston.  We'll do it again - we're MANIACS!! 

Episode #153: Our Helen Keller Tribute

January 18th, 2015
Disabilities be damned this week as we deliver an episode complete with comedy, romance & swashbuckling bravado.  We try to be the Three Wise Sluts (though there are only 2 of us - & we're not apes exactly).  We wanted to cover a wide range with our salute, and what with the heavy subject matter, we hope you approve of our selections.  As all were products of the later 80's, "political correctness" was an underdog; filmmakers/comedians were able to skirt the lines of bad/good taste with, shall we say, broader strokes.  
Let's just hope that we do these justice.  Please do offer suggestions if you feel these did not hit the topic just right.  Also, here is a link to the prison play sketch we referred to for Richard Pryor.  

Episode #152: In A Word: Interview

January 11th, 2015
We were tempted to churn this episode out a couple of weeks ago, when a certain hackneyed debacle was the topic of much discussion.  As it turned out, the theater ban lasted less than a week, so it didn't matter (in this country).

We didn't want to spend the entire episode in the Pitts, so what would've been an episode comprised of our sluttish commentary on censorship, cyber-terrorism & entertainment ethics morphed into a much more upbeat chapter for our "In A Word" series.  

So just sit back, relax and come along as we Weave this good ole' fashioned Cruise in your mind.  Also, we made wild Rice.  There's no clever (& short) link for Anne Rice.. sorry.

Episode #151: Flubisode Part III: Flubs with a Vengeance

January 4th, 2015

It's a new year and we all know what that means:  It's time for another Cinema Slut Gag Reel/Blooper Reel!

It was a fun 2014 (as you will hear this week).  We bring you our 3rd collection of outtakes, gags, B-sides & various other flubs we had along the journey that was this year.  

Now don't go thinking that just because we make (quite) a few mistakes, that means we are NOT the Aquilonian gods of podcast renown & sluttish wonder.  Far from it.  We are destined to wear these jeweled crowns upon our troubled brows til time ceases to be...  or at least until we decide to take 'em off.  

This one is especially long for a flubby.  With that in mind, maybe break it up over 2 listens if you wish.  There are some choice moments, there just happen to be many of them that stacked up this year.  Next week we risk getting political.  Until then, enjoy our folly to make you jolly.

(Here's the Key & Peele clip to which we were referring)

Also, here are the clips from Smallville with Terence Stamp and Julian Sands.  We were both right..
 

Episode #149: Bad-Ass Women:Part II

December 14th, 2014
In the vault of Female Film Bad-Assery, there are those who reign supreme as queens amongst the gentry.  Ellen Ripley & The Bride... we have mentioned, but there are more.  The mountain is lofty, but its population is far from limited.

Two more women join the ranks of this already formidable matriarchal monarchy.  Resolute, deadly & realistic in their portrayal, both have shaped the criteria by which so many contemporary female protagonists are judged.  Keep to the right & aim for the knees as we bring you more Bad-Assdom.  

We referred to a site that broke down a scene in Silence of the Lambs.  Also, we called it by the wrong name.  Here is the link:  Every Frame a Painting

Episode #148: Movies You Love to Hate

December 7th, 2014
You know them, but do you love 'em?

This week it's a stroll down that alley painted in stark black & white.  No ambiguity for these. oh no.  

More often than not reserved for conversations revolving around Pink Floyd albums (here's a clip about the new Floyd album) or political leanings, the adulation & venom are flung freely in discussions like this week.  One can be either for or against these flicks, there are no Swiss in this mix.   No doubt many of you have bore witness to just such "discussions."  

So, put some milk on to boil, then stir in a couple'a spoonfuls of this episode to warm you on this chilly December night (or whenever/wherever you may listen).

PS: We snaffu'd a bit during recording:  It's Mike White from Gentlemen Broncos and Jerusha Hess is MARRIED to Jared Hess.  She's NOT his sister.
  

Episode #146: The Fall of Anthony Michael Hall

November 23rd, 2014
Submitted for your consideration:  A Grade-A Brain with a penchant for awkward vacations, nocturnal emissions and crust-off PBJ's.  

Now add two parts Iron Man and a dash of gothy-pirate.  Stir counter-clockwise & let sit for ten years, and what you have is a goulash fit only for a madman.

A goulash served exclusively in the Dead Zone.  


B T Dubs - here's a small clip from Community with AMH, we couldn't find longer sections.  but he is in the 1st Season Xmas episode.  It is on Amazon streaming :).
Corrections:  Curly Sue (not Peggy Sue) was a John Hughes flick we were mentioning.  Also, Matt was wrong about Erika Eleniak from Under Siege:  she was on Baywatch, the next best thing to being a playmate..

Episode #145: Epic-sode V: Gandhi

November 16th, 2014
The horror is finally behind us, blood-drenched listeners.  After enduring six weeks of terror, dread & disgust, how about something to cheer you & raise your spirits?

Sort of...

While it has been said that nothing is perhaps more horrific than actual torrid history, we also find jewels of hope & achievement woven within these same homespun threads.

Mohandas K Gandhi, "Mahatma" or "Bapu" to his friends, was one such jewel.  In 1982, Richard Attenborough delivered his 15 years-in-the-making magnum opus unto the world.  

It inspired, enchanted, & incited.  This feat is indeed worthy of a "Saga" classification.  Epic, we might say.  We did say.  Stop listening to what we're saying..  we mean, listen to all that we say.  We have microphones

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