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Geek Juice Radio – Episode 184
This week we begin an epic look at the WORST Pictures.  Well, the worst movies starting in 1980.
Featuring: Alex Jowski, Kevin Daley and mister X

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Matthew Coats
Matthew Coats
Formerly known under the pseudonym of Alex Jowski. Site owner, movie aficionado, and film school grad. Matthew Coats presents reviews, some written, some as vlogs, and some as weekly shows, for a variety of different movies and television shows. After years of struggling to get his own projects off the ground amidst the normal routine of living, Matthew Coats decided to create a site in order to share and promote movie reviews, video games and much much more from talented and original people all across the internet.
  • William Whitehurst
    June 18, 2015 at 5:58 am

    Believe me or not; I actually saw Inchon at the theater. I can even name the cinema, it was at the Tri-State Mall in Claymont, DE. The same theater where I also saw Megaforce.

    Interesting tidbit about Megaforce. It was a Golden Harvest production and it was a such a huge bomb that Raymond Chow refused to release any movies with names that started with the letter ‘M’ for years to come, which is why the Jackie Chan, Yuen Biao and Sammo Hung vehicle that was originally supposed to be called ‘Meals on Wheels’ was later re-titled ‘Wheels on Meals’.

    Thanks for another great show.

    • Black Doug
      June 18, 2015 at 8:29 am

      No movies that started with an “M”? That makes Disney’s removal of Mars from the title of “John Carter” because of the failure of “Mars Needs Moms” seem like a reasonable decision.

      • William Whitehurst
        June 18, 2015 at 3:29 pm

        I don’t know where to begin with John Carter. Although it was a pretty good movie to me, it wasn’t excellent, it probably didn’t deserve the huge budget it got, and the marketing was just downright negligent. And, like I said, although it wasn’t exactly excellent it was a lot of fun, and compared to something like the Lone Ranger, it was practically a masterpiece.

  • Alex Stockwell
    June 19, 2015 at 2:57 pm

    You know James Gunn wants to do Squirrel Girl?

  • Sewer Boss
    June 20, 2015 at 5:32 pm

    Just saw Inchon last night and wow. It looks like a made for tv movie and Oliver at one point, you see this creepy lazy eye. It’s no wonder the marines withdrew support for this film. Interestingly only one copy of this exists from a tv showing on the Good Life network.

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