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Just in time for Easter weekend, Radicast 198X hops back to life with our thematically-appropriate discussion of the 1988 classic Who Framed Roger Rabbit. We also give an in-depth look at the 1981 book that inspired the movie, Who Censored Roger Rabbit? Intro and outro songs by Michael Cook. You can email us at 198666@satanninja.com, and you can re…
 
Bam! We're back with another timely Radicast Halloween Special! In our longest episode yet, we review ten (TEN!) horror films--specifically the Top 10 Horror Films We Watched During October 2018. So as not to spoil the order, I'll list them here alphabetically: A Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child (1989), Black Roses (1988), C.H.U.D. II: Bu…
 
All right! Our first Radicast Halloween Special--and we totally released it in time for Halloween! Right?! I’ve barely slept these past couple days in order to get this recorded and edited on time, so I can only assume that I totally succeeded. Fuck yeah! So, happy Halloween! We cover five (FIVE!) ‘80s horror films in this episode, from classics to…
 
Probably our funniest episode so far. Certainly our drunkest. Jessica and I recently did that whole marriage thing, but instead of embarking on a honeymoon we sat down with Bob, one of my longtime best friends (ever since he discovered I had a Game Genie in 5th grade), to watch the 1987 Arnold Schwarzenegger classic, Predator. We also discuss anoth…
 
This time we discuss two very iconic mid-'80s fantasy films that have a lot in common. They both bombed at the box office only to go on to become cult classics. They both star gorgeous "cold" brunettes. And they both are titled a single word that starts with the letter "L". I'm speaking, of course, of the 1986 Jim Henson directed Labyrinth and the …
 
In this week’s episode, our friend Caitlin joins us as we discuss two more films from 1986: the strange and whimsical horror fantasy Troll (pseudo-predecessor to the infamous “Best Worst Movie” Troll 2), and the Eddie Murphy action-adventure comedy The Golden Child. Other media we discuss in brief: Golden Boy [1995-1996], Ator l'invincibile [1982],…
 
Whoa! After waaaay too long of a break, we're back to weekly podcasting. We kick off our glorious return with this episode where we review two very different films from 1986: the bizarre high school gross-out comedy Class of Nuke 'Em High (Troma's second best movie), and the chick flick disguised as an action-adventure comedy, Crocodile Dundee. Oth…
 
We thought we'd try something a little different this episode and cover three films, but in less depth than we typically do. We figure this would be a good way to feature things that we otherwise wouldn’t talk about since we'd be hard pressed to discuss them for an entire episode. Let us know if you prefer this format, or if you'd rather see us sti…
 
We have a mega-special double-length episode this week. Not only does it feature our first guest, the awesome Gregg Samsa, but it also features us discussing a movie that's incredibly important to me: Evil Dead 2. Of course, we also talk a lot about the original Evil Dead and Army of Darkness. We also discuss how horror movies in general evolved ov…
 
Episode 3 is rad as hell. We discuss Police Story, a 1985 kung fu action comedy co-written, directed, and starring Jackie Chan. You should totally listen to it and learn all about our “Jackie Chan experience.” Intro and outro songs by Michael Cook. You can email us at 198666@satanninja.com, and you can read Satan Ninja 198X online at SatanNinja.com…
 
That's right, we, the creators of Satan Ninja 198X (the raddest '80s-themed webcomic of all time), have jumped on board the podcast bandwagon. Or, actually, we're riding our skateboards while holding on to the back of the bandwagon, Marty McFly style, because that's way cooler than sitting in some fucking crowded bandwagon. For the past few years, …
 
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