Spike Lee Part 1

There are a number of notable film directors to have come from New York City, though some are particularly strongly associated with it, and with one borough in particular. Some of these filmmakers are short, bespectacled and often act in… Continue Reading →

Intermission, June 2020

This month, we turn our attention to these beauties: Weathering with You, Vivarium, Just Mercy, Ema, Richard Jewell, and Capone. Are they worth your time? Join us and find out! Download on Soundcloud | Subscribe on iTunes | Subscribe via… Continue Reading →

Later Wong Kar Wai

We return to the Wong Kar Wai well to review the later half of his output thus far. Will we fall in love with Happy Together, In the Mood for Love, 2046, My Blueberry Nights, and The Grandmaster? Join us… Continue Reading →

Early Wong Kar Wai

Hong Kong filmmaker Wong Kar-wai’s much-lauded 2000 film, In the Mood for Love, which debuted on the 20th of May at the Cannes film festival and was to be re-screened for its 20th anniversary at this year’s festival, so our… Continue Reading →

Face Down In The Muck

Strumpets aside, we take a look at three films covering the horrors of the Vietnam war with Platoon, Full Metal Jacket, and Casualties of War. Join us as we find out if they hold up. Download on Soundcloud | Subscribe… Continue Reading →

Intermission, May 2020

Another batch of contenders have appeared to allegedly entertain us during these weird-ass times. Do The Rhythm Section, Onward, Dark Waters, Trolls World Tour, Extraction, and The Day Shall Come make the grade? Join us and find out. Download on… Continue Reading →

Ringo Lam Damme

If you’re a regular listener then you’re probably expecting this slot to be occupied by our main themed episode, but we’re changing things around a little this month, and that topic, a look at the work of renowned Hong Kong… Continue Reading →

Intermission, April 2020

Lock Me Up! Lock Me Down! We’re right there with you, two metres apart, discussing Birds of Prey, Sonic the Hedgehog, and The Invisible Man. Turn on, tune in and drop out! Download on Soundcloud | Subscribe on iTunes |… Continue Reading →

Sudden Death, Double Team and Knock Off

Returning to the Belgian well of full contact face displacement we are here to preach to you, once again, the gospel of Van Damme, because apparently he’s our mascot or something. Celebrating the only decade coke-fuelled enough to afford me… Continue Reading →

Edgar Wright

I think we could all use a bit of a laugh, so what better time to take a look through the work of one Edgar Wright. Join us as we see if A Fistful of Fingers, Shaun of the Dead,… Continue Reading →

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