Join us as we lick our blades, banter and ramble on, and provide in depth reviews of some of our favorite (and not so favorite) Anime, Kaiju, Martial Arts, Chambara, and Asian films. You can find out more about our show, all of our previous episodes, and our show notes at our blog: bladelickingthieves.wordpress.com
Classic Tatsunoko super heroes return in this cross dimensional, team up film follow up to the 2017 CG animated Infini-T Force series by Tatsunoko and Digital Frontier studios. Tune in for the full review of Infini-T Force: Farewell, Friend!
Not satisfied with reviewing just one Jack Frost movie this season -- oh no, not this Christmas buster! -- the Team B crew had to go and review two of them. For your listening pleasure, here's Jack Frost (1997) a.k.a. the snowman slasher film.
Team B review Jack Frost (1998): the Michael Keaton film in which he plays a neglectful father and musician who, after dying in a fatal automobile accident, is given one last chance to make things right when his son summons him back to life (using a magical harmonica he gifted him on the eve of his death) as wisecracking, fun-loving snowman - Oh Joy!
We interrupt our regularly scheduled programming this evening to bring you a scream filled night of ghouls, ghosts, vampires, and kung fu. *Record Scratch* You heard me! On tonight's Blade Licking Thieves spooktacular we're watching the 1974 Hammer Films and Shaw Brothers co-production, The Legend of the 7 Golden Vampires, in which Hammer Films regular, Peter Cushing (a.k.a...
Team B are back at it once again: enduring the pain, so we don't have to. This episode they're taking a bite out of director Neil Marshall's Dog Soldiers (2002). It's an action / horror film about a group of soldiers on a rescue mission that's about to go horribly wrong -- when werewolves attack!
Our series of donation funded listener requests continues with a Blade Licking Thieves' double feature! First, we have a review of Tatsuo Sato and Masaaki Yuasa's short, surreal and slightly twisted 2001 OVA, Cat Soup, based on the manga by the late Nekojiro...
Ultra cool grouch and Hideo Kojima love interest Snake Plissken (Kurt Russell) has twenty four hours to rescue the President of the United States from the world’s largest maximum security prison, New York City. Tune in to find out whether Snake is a bad enough dude to save the president as BLT Team B check out John Carpenter’s cult classic Escape from New York (1981).
We’re kicking off our series of listener requested episodes with Guillermo Del Toro’s lover letter to the Kaiju and Mecha genres: Pacific Rim! So, tune in, enter the drift with us, and let’s cancel the apocalypse!
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BLT Team B review Color Out of Space, writer-director Richard Stanley's new film adaptation of the classic H.P. Lovecraft horror short story, featuring the latest and greatest advancements in CAGE RAGE™ technology.