Movie Meltdown: You’re Never Too Young to Die
I’m not sure if you’re ready for this one. (I don’t think we were.) This episode we discuss the 1986 classic(?) Never Too Young to Die starring John Stamos, Vanity and Gene Simmons.
And before we ride off into the sunset in our post-apocalyptic dune buggy, we make a point to mention… The Road Warrior, Lynda Carter, a fake beard, aggressive apple-eating, Mitch Gaylord, Prince-adjacent, doing flips, a ton of music specials on TV, Pyramid, a little too high-def, Robert Englund, Stargrove, roll about over and over, the finger, a magic medallion, motorcycles with horse heads, flaming exploding balls of fire, back when punks were feared, Velvet Von Ragnar, gymnastics doesn’t translate to fighting in the real world, how computers work, now I do wanna join your cult… I didn’t know we got muffins, George Lazenby, The Rocky Horror Picture Show, McDonald’s and the ‘84 Olympics, rock ‘n roll fantasy, firearm continuity, hot vinyl, slightly metallic and the rest of it was just cursing and nonsense.
“It’s just such a conglomeration of crap from the 80’s – it’s like, HERE… and it’s a movie??”