Year

2019

2019 in Review

A little Christmas present for you as we recap some our our favourite and least favourite films of Space Year 2019. Best wishes to you all! We’ll catch you all in the impossibly futuristic fantasy land of 2020. Download on… Continue Reading →

Intermission, December 2019

We bundle 6 Underground, Le Mans ’66, and The Irishman in to the back of the judgement van in our latest episode. Which will come out a made man, and which gets the cement shoes? Listen in and find out!… Continue Reading →

James Dean

On September 30th, 1955, a Porsche crashed in Paso Robles, north of Los Angeles. The driver, a 24 year old man, was killed. Tragic, but not especially remarkable. Yet numerous musicians, from Bonnie Tyler, Van Morrison and the Eagles to… Continue Reading →

Conspiracy

Armed only with our fearless inquisitive nature and tin foil hat, we take on some of the massive conspiracies that plague our world. Or, at least watch a few films based on them. Listen in for our takes on Foreign… Continue Reading →

Intermission, November 2019

Another grab-bag of films gets the treatment in this Intermission episode – what will we make of Dolemite Is My Name, By the Grace of God, Midsommar, Diego Maradona, The Man Who Killed Don Quixote, and Joker? Why not listen… Continue Reading →

Cube and Cypher

There was a bit of a confluence of Vincenzo Natali occurrences of late, as after talking about Strange Days in our previous episode sent me on a bit of an oddball sci-fi search, and Natali has just released his first… Continue Reading →

Kathryn Bigelow

Why are we talking about the films of Kathryn Bigelow? Well, surely the better question is why aren’t you listening to us talk about Near Dark, Point Break, Strange Days, K-19: The Widowmaker, The Hurt Locker, and Zero Dark Thirty…. Continue Reading →

Intermission, October 2019

In our October round up, we pass ULTIMATE JUDGEMENT on Ad Astra, Yuli, Rambo: Last Blood, La familia, Pain and Glory, and Happy as Lazzaro. Join us for their sentencing. Download on Soundcloud | Subscribe on iTunes | Subscribe via… Continue Reading →

El Mariachi and Desperado

Film can be an expensive business, something perhaps easy to forget nowadays when directors like Steven Soderbergh are shooting features, albeit it with expensive crew and lighting setups etc., with devices that hundreds of millions of us have in our… Continue Reading →

Intermission, September 2019

Join us for our somewhat belated recap of the films September threw at us, namely It: Chapter 2, The Farewell, Mirai, and Alita Battle Angel. We watch them so you don’t have to, unless they are good or you otherwise… Continue Reading →

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