Mike, Adam and Cal travel back to 1984 to review another John Hughes classic “16 Candles”. Unlike “The Breakfast Club” this one was less crowd pleasing to the Jury, and they are not shy in telling you why.
It is a bit bitter sweet as the Jury gets together to review the last installment of the original George A. Romero zombie trilogy “Day of the Dead”. Mixed reviews on this one, but mocking Miguel makes it all worth it. “So FUCKING WHAT?!”
The late 90’s produced a group of young actors much like the 80’s “Brat Pack” who filled our movie screens with High School adventures. This horror flick is one of them. Join Mike, Adam, and Cal as they talk the good and bad of some of these stars in I KNOW WHAT YOU DID LAST SUMMER!
Prepare yourselves for this one as Mike, Adam and an off-mic Cal (who dropped by the studio) review WWF Over the Edge ’99. Yeah, that Pay per view. And find out why this tragedy almost eliminated the culminating moment of one of the “Attitude” Era’s best storylines from wrestling history.
Mike, Adam, and Cal travel back to the 90’s to review Tom Hanks, Gina Davis, Madonna and many more in A LEAGUE OF THEIR OWN!! We do realize we probably should have Sydney in the studio for this one, and as you listen, you may hear why.
Mike, Adam and Cal travel back to 1984 to review POLICE ACADEMY, a comedy that drew such a following that it spawned 6 sequels, a cartoon and a live action TV show. There is dissension between the jurors as Mike was not so impressed by this movie, while it is one of Adam’s favorites.
Ringing in this Irish American celebration a bit late, Mike, Adam and Cal figure out what 75% of a person would be before reviewing 1994’s LEPRECHAUN 2. What is unique about this franchise is that each installment is its own stand alone story, so have no fear if you can’t remember the first one (which this is not).
Finally available through WLWstudios.com, The Jury celebrates 2 years and heads into their 3rd season in EPIC fashion. Mike is joined by former ECW Champion Tommy Dreamer to talk House of Hardcore, and also has an apology for the “Innovator of Violence”, then joined by Adam and Cal, they make Philly proud as they review 1976’s ROCKY!