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Street Fighter (EP 74)

Drew and Badway pull off a near impossible feat by finding the silver linings in the great video game series turned awful movie, 1994’s Street Fighter.

We’ll see you again on Thursday, March 11th.

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Mortal Kombat: Annihilation (EP 61)

There’s no getting around it. Mortal Kombat: Annihilation is a terrible movie. That doesn’t stop The Last Row Podcast from having some fun with it! Drew and Badway spend about a minute discussing what went right and about 50 minutes discussing what went wrong, ultimately devolving into a conversation about how the movie compares to the production quality of an “adult film” parody of itself. Things go downhill from there. Prepare yourself. Things get Toasty.

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Mortal Kombat (EP 21)

Get your quarters ready, turn up the techno beats, and guard your brother’s soul…It’s time for MORTAL KOMBAT! The Last Row Podcast heads straight into Outworld to break down all of the Toasties, Get Over Here’s, Flawless Victories, and Liu Kang Bicycle Kick Screams you can handle. Drew and Badway uppercut important issues about the Mortal Kombat mythology such as: the accommodations at the tournament, the arbitrary rules for invading dimensions, the questionable fighter selection process, and the betting odds of Liu Kang’s eighty pound little brother versus Shang Tsung. Finally, the guys recast the fighters and debate the best “real life” fighters who would defend Earth if there were a real Mortal Kombat tourney.

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Relevant Links:

‘Mortal Kombat’: Untold Story of the Movie That “Kicked the Hell” Out of Everyone

The Making Of Goro From 1995’s MORTAL KOMBAT


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