Wednesday, June 14, 2023


Patrick and Adam Riske have the power.

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Also discussed this episode: Sidekicks (1992), Master of the Flying Guillotine ( ), House on Haunted Hill (1959), Raising Helen (2004), Hollywood Dreams and Nightmares (2023),  The Price We Pay (2022), Rappin' (1985), Brooklyn 45 (2023), Hairspray (1988)


  1. Count me among those who also experienced trauma from the “Land of Confusion” video. Seeing that thing is one of my earliest memories, and not in a good way.

  2. A recommend for any He-Man fans, check out He-Man And The Masters Of The Multiverse. A comic where someone is going across the multiverse to kill different He-Mans so they can steal their power sword and become more and more powerful. So the Movie He-Man uses the key from the movie to travel to other realities and save different He-Mans. We see the original 80s reality, the version where it became a space adventure show and He-Man had pants, the 2000s cartoon, and a bunch more. It's a great read. Worth it.

  3. As a kid this movie confused and disappointed me. But now after a lifetime of Marvel movies it makes more sense than Thor 2. And it clearly was seen as an Episode IV thing where we should already understand who He-Man is, what his powers are, what his sword does, who his companions are, what their abilities are...we know nothing, hah.

  4. I certainly share the feeling of "There's seven movies I want to watch today, but it's a Tuesday". The anticipation and deciding which of the many movies to watch is one of the great things about Junesploitation.

    I enjoyed the conversation about what makes Cannon movies so special. I can't put it into words, but they just make movies I like to watch. I too get genuinely excited when seeing the Cannon logo at the beginning of a movie.

    I had never seen Masters of the Universe before. I really liked "Lieutenant Paris" in this, and glad he played a major role. Dolph was great as always, but it could have had more action and less running around. One thing I don't think you mentioned is that the opening theme song is NEARLY EXACTLY the Star Wars theme with a couple notes changed. I can't believe they got away with that.