Intermission, April 2019

It is again time to turn our collective gaze towards another random selection of movies and lo, pass judgement upon them. Which of Shazam!, The Catcher Was A Spy, The Kid Who Would Be King, Fighting With My Family, Triple… Continue Reading →

Watership Down and The BFG

More kids classics examined, as we look at two films with a darker edge in the source material. But will the movie adaptations of Watership Down and The BFG sharpen or dull that edge? Join us and find out! Download… Continue Reading →

Only ’80s Kids Will Understand This Episode!

Nostalgia for and influence by different eras comes and goes, and the time period we are focusing on for this episode has certainly been yearned for and revisited before, but for some reason (though probably the oft-observed “thirty year cycle”)… Continue Reading →

Intermission, March 2019

We unleash the hounds of opinion on Captain Marvel, Free Solo, Holmes & Watson, Triple Frontier, and Shoplifters in our latest episode. Which will be savaged, and which will be enthusiastically slobbered on? You simply must tune in to find… Continue Reading →

Kelly’s Heroes and Three Kings

In the words of Norman Whitfield and Barrett Strong, as interpreted by Charles Edwin Hatcher and Jackie Chan: War! Huh! Yeah! What is it good for? Absolutely nothing! War! Huh! Yeah! What is it good for? Absolutely nothing! Except arms… Continue Reading →

Bond Knock-offs

James Bond is, of course, a stupendously successful and enduring force in cinema, and it’s hard to avoid them entirely, even if you wanted to. That’s why we devoted an entire show to the series a few years back, but… Continue Reading →

Intermission, February 2019

On the slate for this month’s freewheeling movie opinioneering are Aquaman, A Star Is Born, Velvet Buzzsaw, and Can You Ever Forgive Me?. Tune in to find out our thoughts on these films! Obviously. That’s sort of the point of… Continue Reading →

Adventures of Sherlock Holmes and A Game of Shadows

Why now, in Space Year 2019, do we turn our attention to Sherlock Holmes, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s consulting detective from 1887? Well, mainly because I like him, but also because of Mickey Mouse. The latter will require some further… Continue Reading →

Wes Anderson

In this episode we’re going to be talking about one of our favourite film-makers, the director, writer and producer Wes Anderson, darling of The Criterion Collection, whose distinctive style has led to him being considered something of a Marmite director,… Continue Reading →

Intermission, January 2019

We run down the low down on Mary Poppins Returns, Green Book, A Simple Favor, Bird Box, The Favourite, Roma, and Bandersnatch in this epochal podcasting event. Miss it at your gravest peril. Download on Soundcloud | Subscribe on iTunes… Continue Reading →

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