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Ep. 013 – The Forgotten Flix Podcast: Mindwarp (1992) Starring Bruce Campbell!

MindwarpIn this episode of The Forgotten Flix Podcast,  Joel and Jason discuss Fangoria Film’s DTV (Direct-to-Video) feature film from 1992, Mindwarp!

It may star Bruce Campbell, Angus Scrimm, and have special effects courtesy of FX masters KNB, but that doesn’t mean the Forgotten Flix crew’s gonna give it a free pass. Well, okay, it does have a sound design packed with some of the wettest, squishiest, and just down right gross sound effects we’ve heard in a long time.

And any movie with a character gushing a fountain of bloody vomit and slugs can’t be all bad… or can it?

So, check it out and let them know what you think! You can send your feedback to feedback (at) forgottenflix dot com or leave a voice mail message at the number located beneath the VHS tapes.  Voice Feedback Number

Our 6 Movie Pix

6. Solarbabies (1986)

5. Cherry 2000 (1987)

4. Cyborg (1989)

3. Mad Max (1979)

2. Tank Girl (1995)

1. A Boy and His Dog (1975)

Mindwarp Trailer


4 comments for “Ep. 013 – The Forgotten Flix Podcast: Mindwarp (1992) Starring Bruce Campbell!

  1. Terry East
    April 28, 2011 at 1:14 am

    So glad to hear someone sing the praises of A Boy And His Dog. That is a weird little gem that I have been intending to revisit for quite some time now. For some strange reason, it seems a little hard to find even in the DVD/Blu-Ray age.

    Thanks to this podcast, I will finally get around to seeing Mindwrap. And to speak to the Gordon films, I consider myself a fan of Flash and Flesh Gordon. And if my memory serves me right, Flesh Gordon has a distinguished pedigree in its effects team. However, do not get me started on the sequel. If the topic of worst sequels ever comes up, I’ll be happy to nominate that sequel. A perfect example of not understanding what made the original idea work.

  2. April 28, 2011 at 11:43 pm

    Hi Terry,

    A Boy and His Dog is a classic for so many reasons. And though it may be hard to locate in the world of tangible reality, in the glorious realm of 1s and 0s, Netflix has it as an instant play feature!

    And while I’ve never watched either Flash or Flesh, I’m sure both would strike my fancy. Of course, I imagine one might strike their own fancy while watching Flesh… 😉

  3. Ben Wyatte
    April 30, 2011 at 7:06 pm

    I had bit of a Forgotten Flix fest yesterday and watched all for the very 1st time, Night of the Comet, Night of the Lepus and Tank Girl.

    Here’s what I thought
    Tank Girl: It had a brilliant middle 3rd with the secene at the club and then hijacking the truck were stand outs it had me smiling ear to ear. Great music too and now I love that Bjork song after hearing it in “Sucker Punch” too.

    Night of the Comet: This was suprisingly good and didn’t look as low budget as I was expecting, even my wife liked this movie and that’s saying something.

    Night of the Lepus: I actually thought this was about people getting Leprosy, This wasn’t a bad movie but definitly needed to be edited down because there were too many repeated scenes and you see the bunnies too much. Some of the miniature sets looked good and I luaghed a fair bit at the movie.

    Also I bet you guys were hoping to get another shout out on Bruce Campbell’s website. thanks for the recommendations

    • May 3, 2011 at 6:52 pm

      Hi Ben! Thanks for stopping by and commenting. That sounds like one helluva cool triple feature. Of course, NOTC is my fave out of the three, but I’m glad you had a good time with all of them. And as to your point about us hoping for a shout out from BC’s site? Well, if you’re implying we’re desperately kissing the ass of the man-who-played-Ash, well then… you are correct sir! 🙂

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