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Ep. 030 – TFFP: Masters of the Garbage Pail Kids

The Forgotten Flix Podcast presents: 80s Cheeseball Double FeatureIt’s the 3oth episode of The Forgotten Flix Podcast! And for this extra-special occasion we give you the 80s Cheeseball Double Feature: Masters of the Universe and (gulp!) Garbage Pail Kids: The Movie!

Join us as we endure discuss the finer points of Dolph Lundgren as He-man and Frank Langella as Skeletor. Not to mention Courtney Cox in her cinematic debut as the not-too-bright Julie Winston.

Then, it’s on to number 2, literally, as we wade hip deep into cinematic waste and revisit the Garbage Pail Kids!

And after all that, we ran out of time for our usual 6 Flix Picks! But they’ll be back next week…

So, check it out and let us know what you think! You can send your feedback to or leave a voice mail message at 206.203.0491. And be sure to leave us a review on iTunes! Click here to visit our iTunes page.

Check us out next week when we’ll be going back in time with Jack Deth (Tim Thomerson) to hunt down Trancers (1985)!




4 comments for “Ep. 030 – TFFP: Masters of the Garbage Pail Kids

  1. August 24, 2011 at 7:50 pm

    Knowing how many B movies that Jason has seen it’s a pretty amazing accomplishment for one of these was the worst he’s ever seen!  Great job covering this double feature and taking one for the team.  Keep ’em coming.  

    • August 24, 2011 at 11:25 pm

      Hi Kevin,

      It definitely says something that Jason thought GARBAGE PAIL KIDS was the worst movie he’s ever seen. Not sure it’s the worst I’ve seen, but it’s up there!

  2. September 19, 2011 at 1:01 pm

    If anyone wants to see the original Garbage Pail Kids trading cards from back in the day checkout this post –

    • Anonymous
      September 19, 2011 at 1:23 pm

      I had quite the collection of these.  i was never into collecting sports cards so maybe these filled a void. 🙂  As kids we thought these things were gold, especially the ones we heard were “rare.”  These pictures bring back so many memories.  Thanks for the share Kevin!

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