Monday, July 15, 2013

A Gentlemanly Kickboxing Match

Kickboxer 1989 movie review jean claude van dammeGuys, I have some terrible news... my brother, Eric, was injured in a kickboxing match against a vicious, braided ponytail wearing jerk face named Tong Po. Why he would do something as vile as crippling such a handsome young man is beyond me, but I have vowed to avenge my brother’s crippled state by staying in Thailand and training in the fine art of Muay Thai so I can take out Tong Po! And I don’t mean to dinner, either.

While I am confident that my soul-searching absence is already difficult for you to deal with, I do have a special gift for you, and it comes in the form of the latest episode of The Gentlemen’s Guide to Midnite Cinema, where yours truly joined two masters of podcasting, Big Willy and the Samurai, in an epic review of Jean-Claude Van Damme’s Kickboxer! In what is a reach around filled episode, we tackle Kickboxer, bad coffee creamer, menstruation, and Van Damme’s perfect ass, and that’s only the half of it!

If you don’t already listen to The Gentlemen's Guide to Midnite Cinema, then believe you me, you are absolutely missing out on what is the finest film podcasts on the market. If you even remotely enjoy what you see here of CNAMB, you will LOVE what you get with this fantastic podcast. These guys are not only great people, they are great friends, and to finally be able to join them for some on-air film discussion is certainly an honor, so please take some time to check out the episode for yourself!


  1. Terrific work, and a truly great listen man! You guys tore it up while talking one of my favorite JCVD films and one of the films of my youth. Glad you were as fond of the falcon/warrior interplay as I am. Look forward to you guesting more often, you're a natural!

    1. Thanks, and I'm glad you dug it, Karl! I had so much fun not only covering the film, but also chatting up with Will and Sammy. We need to have a four-way some day... so much zubaz!

  2. Ah! Kickboxing and gently! I never had seen a competition of kickboxing that had been played gently except for competitions of MMA in Connecticut . Hope this match will create a new way.


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