Still have that face mask by your side? Great! Wash those hands again because they're about to get bloody in this week's Netflix Party.

Big thanks to Greg and Will from MISCAST and everyone else for joining!

This time around we watched...




1988 ‧ Action/Martial Arts

U.S. soldier Frank Dux (Jean-Claude Van Damme) has come to Hong Kong to be accepted into the Kumite, a highly secret and extremely violent martial-arts competition. While trying to gain access into the underground world of clandestine fighters, he also has to avoid military officers who consider him to be AWOL. After enduring a difficult training and beginning a romance with journalist Janice Kent (Leah Ayres), Frank is given the opportunity to fight. But can he survive?

Release date: February 26, 1988 (USA)

Director: Newt Arnold

Box office: 65 million USD



With a world starved for content, the Simplistic Reviews Podcast is here to show you how low the bar has fallen. With the help of Jay Cluitt from Life Vs Film, Jeanette Ward from The Mundane Adventures of a Fangirl, Nicholas Rehak, Steven C. Phillips from Altered Geek, and Todd Liebenow from Forgotten Films, Simplistic Reviews presents their two-part exposé on Sesame Street. The fellas also discuss which movies are to die for if ever the theaters open back up. And we top it all off with a game in which choices will have to be made on which fictional character is allowed to marry Justin and Matt's daughters. All that and more on this untested and very sick episode of the Simplistic Reviews Podcast.


Remember when Mom would say, "Stop playing with those damn turtle action figures, get out of the house and go play outside!?"

Boy times have changed...

Since we cannot play outside we decided to get together with our fellow podcasters and listeners, our friends, and watch 1990s classic Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles online with the Netflix Party Extension.

So grab that facemask, wash those hands and join us during the quarantine.

Big thanks to Freddy and Greg from MISCAST for joining!

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

In New York, mysterious radioactive ooze has mutated four sewer turtles into talking, upright-walking, crime-fighting ninjas. The intrepid heroes -- Michelangelo (Robbie Rist), Donatello (Corey Feldman), Raphael (Josh Pais) and Leonardo (Brian Tochi) -- are trained in the Ninjutsu arts by their rat sensei, Splinter. When a villainous rogue ninja, who is a former pupil of Splinter, arrives and spreads lawlessness throughout the city, it's up to the plucky turtles to stop him.

Release date: March 30, 1990 (USA)
Director: Steve Barron
Box office: 202 million USD

While everyone is sitting home doing nothing, we decided to watch a movie that went nowhere except to maximum complete and utter nonsense...enjoy! :)

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Our Man Flint
 1966 ‧ Action/Comedy ‧ 1h 48m

When a global criminal organization flexes its power over weather and tectonic activity, secret agent Derek Flint (James Coburn) is summoned from retirement to get to the bottom of the matter. While he mulls over whether to take the assignment, he narrowly escapes an assassination attempt, but his spy agency commander, Cramden (Lee J. Cobb), is nearly mortally wounded. Vowing to take the fight to the enemy, Flint treks through Europe hot on the trail of femme fatale spy Gila (Gila Golan).

Release date: January 16, 1966 (USA)

Director: Daniel Mann

Music composed by: Jerry Goldsmith

Screenplay: Hal Fimberg, Ben Starr


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