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 →

22 July

We take a look at two films covering the tragic mass murder in Oslo, July 22nd 2011 in our latest laugh-a-minute, light hearted, roustabout episode. Download on Soundcloud | Subscribe on iTunes | Subscribe via feed On the 22nd of… Continue Reading →

Films of the Year 2018

We’ve just seen off the challenge of 2018, so what better time could there be to reflect on the best, worst, or just the most interesting films of the year. Download on Soundcloud | Subscribe on iTunes | Subscribe via… Continue Reading →

Xmas Playlist

A Christmas present for you with this bonus episode, as we discuss some of our favourite movies to watch over the holidays – Christmas themed or not. Download on Soundcloud | Subscribe on iTunes | Subscribe via feed Discussion Craig… Continue Reading →

Intermission, December 2018

It’s late December, which means two things – improbably, it looks like we’re going to survive Space Hell Year 2018, and that it’s time to talk turkey about these cinematic presents: Creed II, Bohemian Rhapsody, Ralph Breaks The Internet, The… Continue Reading →

The Other Side of the Wind

What was lost has now been found, as a completed version of Orson Welles’ last film The Other Side of the Wind has been released, alongside a companion documentary, They’ll Love Me When I’m Dead. Were they worth waiting for,… Continue Reading →

Frederick Forsyth

In podcasts passim we’ve discussed our regard for the more grounded, somewhat realistic espionage dramas from the likes of John Le Carre, but despite Frederick Forsyth plowing a very similar furrow, I’m not all that familiar with his works. We… Continue Reading →

Intermission, November 2018

Join us for another film-based gabfest where we discuss the delights, or inverse delights, of Apostle, The Night Comes For Us, Flavors of Youth, Halloween, and Sicario: Day of the Soldado. Our opinions are delightful, and will delight you. Groove… Continue Reading →

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