Jett has some surprising thoughts on MOVIE 43 and Gareth waxes eloquent on BEASTS OF THE SOUTHERN WILD. Plus, if you’re in LA on February 1st don’t forget to meet up with Jett at Cinema Speakeasy for PIXELSCHATTEN! Running time: 28 minutes and 21 seconds – 27.3mb Listen and Subscribe for Free with iTunes / Become a […]
Here it is! Our action-packed SKYFALL episode – warning spoilers abound for Skyfall and other Bond films. Running time: 40 minutes and 48 seconds – 39.2mb You can also get our unavailable for 6 years(!) Casino Royale episode combined with our Quantum of Solace, License to Kill and A View to a Kill show for […]
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Oh my goodness, will we ever agree on anything again? Not from the sounds of this episode as Gareth and I discuss the Steven Spielberg family film WAR HORSE, and the all smoking all the time espionage pic TINKER TAILOR SOLDIER SPY. Running time: 34 minutes and 48 seconds – 33.5mb Listen and Subscribe for Free […]
Thoughts on the beautiful and disturbing tone poem that is DRIVE and an exhortation to participate in the exciting new film COYOTE REQUIEM. Oh, and Gareth saw THE IDES OF MARCH apparently.
It’s that hot and parched month of August Dear Listeners – and so we release a Treasure From the Archives, (let us not refer to it as a repeat), our thoughts on the action comic IRON MAN 2 and the horror of trying to make a living as a scriptwriter documentary TALES FROM THE SCRIPT.
Episode 179 – TRANSFORMERS: DARK OF THE MOON / Final Cut Pro X / Special Guest: Terry George and THE SHORE at the Palm Springs Shortfest
Episode 179 – Gareth and I have slight disagreement over the amount of visual imagination in the Michael Bay film TRANSFORMERS: DARK OF THE MOON.
Monte Hellman’s new pic ROAD TO NOWHERE is so fresh in its digital image making it feels like it was shot tomorrow.
Episode 174 – In which Gareth walks out of THOR half-way through, I tough it out, and much hay is made regarding all manner of movies, bad and good. Recording this Wednesday.
Episode 151 – UNSTOPPABLE / FOR COLORED GIRLS / MORNING GLORY / HOWL / Goodbye to Dino De Laurentiis
On this week’s podcast Gareth and I speculate in some detail about which automated script software was used to write UNSTOPPABLE, realize how white we are while watching FOR COLORED GIRLS, mourn the passing of the legendary producer Dino De Laurentiis and spend barely anytime at all talking about HOWL and MORNING GLORY.
As many reviews will tell you, DUE DATE — the 2010 Downey Jr/Galifianakis feel-good buddy/road movie — is quite a lot like PLANES, TRAINS, & AUTOMOBILES — the 1987 Martin/Candy feel-good buddy/road movie. More than quite a lot. I can imagine DUE DATE’s director Todd Phillips pitching the idea: “It’s like PLAINS, TRAINS, & AUTOMOBILES, […]