Sports Films: Round 2

With Dickie Davies on stand-by, we return to the world of sport to cast a critical eye over Downhill Racer, Any Given Sunday, Warrior, 42, The Way Back, and Schumacher in our continuing effort to find out which sport is… Continue Reading →

Intermission, November 2021

Another month, another random assortment of films face our terrible judgement. Get out thoughts on Venom: Let There Be Carnage, Ron’s Gone Wrong, Finch, The French Dispatch, and Dune. Appeals for clemency will be denied. Download on Soundcloud | Subscribe… Continue Reading →

Repo Men and Source Code

Sometimes you just can’t trust the contents of your own head, particularly in these loosely connected films, Repo Men and Source Code. Listen in and see if they are worth inserting into your mindtank. Download on Soundcloud | Subscribe on… Continue Reading →

Shane Meadows

In this episode we take stock of Shane Meadow’s movie output, and see if his examinations of English working class stories and characters have stood the test of time. Listen in to get our takes of varying temperature on Small… Continue Reading →

Intermission, October 2021

For this month’s random grab bag of films we’ve seen over the past month, we have The Chambermaid, Prisoners of the Ghostland, The Protege, Stillwater, and No Time To Die. What’s worth your time, and what’s a crime? Find out… Continue Reading →

The Maltese Falcon and Beat the Devil

Following on from our last episode on the films of John Huston, we thought we’d change things up with a look at two more John Huston films. This time it’s his first, and still one of his most iconic films,… Continue Reading →

John Huston

The phrase “Hollywood Royalty” is not uncommonly used, though it’s usually quite hyperbolic (though, unlike actual royalty, it’s likely that anyone to whom it is applied at least has a modicum of talent and value to our world, and an… Continue Reading →

Intermission, September 2021

We give a thorough examination to The Green Knight, Reminiscence, Space Jam: A New Legacy, and Enforcement in this latest grab-bag-aploosa. Are they worth your time or not worth a dime? Tune in and find out! Download on Soundcloud |… Continue Reading →

The Holcroft Covenant and The Osterman Weekend

Robert Ludlum was a prolific author of primarily Cold War espionage thrillers, and so in a way it’s surprising that so few of his works made their way into cinema screens, and the vast bulk of those were part of… Continue Reading →

Lethal Weapons

We examine what’s surely the definitive buddy cop franchise in our latest episode, with a look at Lethal Weapons one through four. Join us and revisit these slices of extra-judicial mayhem! Download on Soundcloud | Subscribe on iTunes | Subscribe… Continue Reading →

Intermission, August 2021

The bell has tolled for The Suicide Squad, Lost in the Moonlight, Gunpowder Milkshake, Pig, and Jungle Cruise. Let’s see which ought to be washed away by the sea, and which should remain involved in mankind. Download on Soundcloud |… Continue Reading →

Michael Haneke

We investigate six of Austrian director and screenwriter Michael Haneke’s output, namely Caché, The White Ribbon, Funny Games, The Piano Teacher, Amour, and Happy End. Will our report be positive? Negative? Both? Neither? Tune in and find out! Download on… Continue Reading →

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