Movie Meltdown: What the Hell was Going On in the Bronx?!
Movie Meltdown – What the Hell was Going On in the Bronx?!
Join us as we venture into the grindhouse world of 1990: The Bronx Warriors directed by Enzo G. Castellari.
And while we mistakenly get off at the wrong stop on the subway, we also bring up… No Exit, Knock at the Cabin, John Wick: Chapter 4, Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves, The Long Kiss Goodnight, Italian genre cinema, Vic Morrow, loving Keanu Reeves, where did the horses come from, Sam Raimi, a fistful of funeral, Mark Gregory, a great moment for theater kids, Shane Black, Mad Max, Samuel L. Jackson, looks like a war zone, George Eastman, Ana de Armas, a giant elaborate birthday cake, Geena Davis, Ennio Girolami, action scenes in slo-mo, dark elves, The Warriors, Escape from New York and Fosse!
Spoiler Alert: Full spoilers for 1990: The Bronx Warriors, so watch the movie before you listen.
“He’s definitely very Snake Plisskenny… without the charm.”
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