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Cavebabble Episode 162: The Miami Connection Killed My Ninjas

Cavebabble 2012
Ninjas on motorcycles are making it unsafe for martial arts rock bands! Join us as we laugh and kick our way through the 1987 howler The Miami Connection. Korean taekwondo master Y.K Kim directs and leads a no-star cast of shirtless friends against the ninjas of central Florida. The state and the world may never be the same. This episode is brought to you by Orpens.

Episode 162

Subject: Cinebabble Episode 01: A Meeting of Minds


Cavebabble combines forces with TC Kirkham and Kim Brown, hosts of Subject: Cinema, for our first crossover show! A few weeks back, the hosts of both shows shared lists of terrible films for the others to be subjected to. Tonight, we discuss the first four films from those lists: Deadly Duo, The Impossible Kid, Birdemic: Shock and Awe, and Kung Fu Arts. It’s the first meeting of our podcast minds, but not the last. Look for our next crossover show in August!

Subject Cinebabble 01

Deadly Duo Quartet


We continue to prepare for our crossover episodes with Subject: Cinema by watching the kung fu “epic” Deadly Duo. As usual, the titles of these Chinese martial arts movies often have little to do with the actual plot. By the end, I still wasn’t sure which characters were the deadly duo, since for the most part there were at least four characters being randomly attacked throughout the movie. I can verify they were deadly, though, so at least half the title is true.

Movie Review: Jade Warrior (2006)


Film:
Jade Warrior (2006- Finland/China)
Stars: Tommi Eronen,  Markku Peltola, Jingchu Zhang, Krista Kosonen
Director: Antti-Jussi Annila

Every now and then, a film comes along which hits you just right, at the right time, in the right way. For me, Jade Warrior is one of these films. Beautifully lensed by director Annila, this movie steps beyond its paltry Netflix description, which claims it is about a modern-day man being whisked back to a previous life in ancient China in order to battle a horrific demon. Certainly, there are elements of this in

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