Apr 8, 2017
Serpico is one hell of a sad film as you get through it. It's basically one mans consistent trials and tribulations through his time in the NYPD. All he wants is to be an honest Cop, but back in the early 1970's that wasn't an easy task. Sorry about the poor audio quality, we are looking to improve it soon. 35 mins
Mar 11, 2017
In what I believe is Andrew's last podcast with us for a while, we finish his run with a bit of an odd choice of movie, America's Sweethearts. A 2001 Rom-Com with a very strong cast but a rather weak story and Romantic plot. I does have Christopher Walken playing a rather eccentric director. 26 mins
Feb 28, 2017
In this week's episode we review Blade Runner, one of the greatest science fiction films ever made and of course one Daniel hasn't seen. Instead of the Judge Dredd-esque action film its title suggests we find a deep and thought provoking movie with an awful lot worth discussing. 47 mins
Feb 10, 2017
Watch as a script nine years in the making completely wastes some of the best acting talent on offer. This mess of a film has no idea what it wants to be and leans so heavily on obviously fake pseudo-science it hurts. Regardless of all its problems it still managed to make eleven, yes eleven, times its budget back. The...
Jan 24, 2017
Our first episode of 2017 proper, we've decided to tackle another difficult art film - this time, it's the English language debut of the acclaimed Greek director Yorgos Lanthimos, "The Lobster." A clinically observed, pitch-black comedy on the nature of monogamous relationships, we found it easy to admire but difficult...