In 1982, writer/director John Milius cast and then-relatively unknown Arnold Schwarzenegger as the pulp fiction/comic book hero Conan the Barbarian. Mixing brutal action with a cacophony of philosophical worldviews, the film found itself initially divided by critics yet beloved by moviegoers, which has only been solidified with time. But does the film deserve eternal glory or to be strapped to the Wheel of Pain for eternity? MovieDude Eric, Kent and Chris are joined by Legends Podcast's Beef and Jonolobster to find out.


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