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1980s Movie Graveyard


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    1980s Movie Graveyard Episodes

    Friday the 13th Part 2
    Trev and Goat head back out into the woods to uncover more of the legend of Jason Voorhees. It took us a long time to get to it but we finally talk about Friday the 13th Part 2! So grab your machete and tater sack and enjoy the show!

    Lucinda Dickey Retrospective
    Trev and The Goat deliver you a very special episode where we do an in depth examination of the short but brilliant career of Lucinda Dickey.

    Halloween (1978)
    Boo & Goat throw a Halloween party and you are invited! Unfortunately we invited Michael Myers as well so you may be killed. Listen to us talk about the movie that started the whole modern slasher genre! Grab a pumpkin and knife and enjoy the show!

    Brainscan
    Goat & Zach hang out in The Movie Graveyard to discuss all the sinister genius of the cyber techno horror masterpiece Brainscan.

    Mr. Boogedy
    Goat & Trev kick off the scariest month of the year by talking about the classic made for TV Disney family friendly horror flick Mr. Boogedy.

    Youngblood
    Boo & Goat get into the fall sports mood by revisiting the totally excellent minor league hockey drama Youngblood featuring some of the biggest stars of the 1980s.

    Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1990)
    Cowabunga dudes! Goat and Zach relive their childhoods by talking about the heroes in the half shell, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. So grab your pizza and katana and enjoy the show!

    The Poughkeepsie Tapes
    Boo & Goat return to The Movie Graveyard to perform an autopsy on one of the most mysterious horror films of all time, The Poughkeepsie Tapes!

    Clerks
    Goat & Zach set up shop in The Movie Graveyard to talk about one of the biggest cult comedies of all time, Clerks!

    The Warriors vs The Wanderers
    Trev & The Goat gather in The Movie Graveyard to discuss their favorite gang films of 1979, The Warriors and The Wanderers.

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