Threads and When the Wind Blows

Because one dog ain’t enough, and two is too low, it’s me, Three Dog! How you kids handlin’ Post-Apocalyptia today? Or at least, an episode looking at two uniquely British takes on post nuclear war shenanigans, Threads and When the… Continue Reading →

Krzysztof Kieślowski

Welcome, everyone to Krzysztof Kieślowski Club. The first rule of Krzysztof Kieślowski Club is, of course, never spell club with a ‘K’, as it attracts entirely the wrong sort of clientele, and I’m not talking about Mortal Kombat fans. For… Continue Reading →

Intermission, June 2019

What delights lie in store for us in June’s crop of movie reviews? Well, how does Rocketman, Aladdin, Godzilla: King of Monsters, Booksmart, I Am Mother, and X-Men: Dark Phoenix grab you? Download on Soundcloud | Subscribe on iTunes |… Continue Reading →

Blade

In which we discuss Wesley Snipes’ most widely celebrated turn as the vampire hunter Blade, in two excellent films. And then another, markedly less excellent one. Download on Soundcloud | Subscribe on iTunes | Subscribe via feed Blade Take a… Continue Reading →

Wesley Snipes

OK, time for a quick peek behind the curtain of Fuds on Film. We have a list of potential main episode themes that will comfortably last us into our old age… OK, older age…, often selected for a particular passion… Continue Reading →

Intermission, May 2019

It’s another one of those delightful episodes where we talk about the films we’ve seen recently – The Sisters Brothers, Hellboy, The LEGO Movie 2, Styx, and Avengers: Endgame. Why not listen in? Download on Soundcloud | Subscribe on iTunes… Continue Reading →

Con Air and Passenger 57

Reality has been dealing me hands ranging from mediocre to garbage over the past few months, so this episode represents something of a retreat to adolescence, to a simpler time when most of the films I watched were Die Hard… Continue Reading →

Pedro Almodovar

Back in 20th Century Spain there was this frightfully awful chap called General Franco who made everything jolly unpleasant, all things considered. After this Franco fellow popped his clogs in 1975 and democracy was restored to the country, there was… Continue Reading →

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 →

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