Oct 17, 2016
As a bit of a tribute to the late great David Bowie we are reviewing an iconic film of his, Labyrinth. A piece of puppetry genius the amount of background work to control and organise the huge cast of puppets is staggering. Also it is a bloody good film. 29 mins
Oct 3, 2016
On this week's episode we take a look at one of the most acclaimed films in the corpus of Brian De Palma, and one of the films that best encapsultes his highly energetic directorial style in a tribute to Hitchcock and Antonioni. Daniel says he finds the plot dull, causing Andrew to just about blow a gasket. 33min
Sep 17, 2016
RIP Gene Wilder, if we had to pick any film to honour your memory it wouldn't have been this. This was an odd movie, it had one joke that it told in 50 different ways. Some of those ways were funny, many were not. 24 mins
Sep 5, 2016
This week, in the interest of expanding our horizons, we take a look at a key film in a genre neither of us have much experience in: '70s Blaxploitation! In spite of the crudity and prurience of 1974's Foxy Brown, we both found ourselves having a thoroughly good time with it, due in no small part to the charisma of Pam...
Aug 22, 2016
On the 15th of April 1912 the RMS Titanic sank on her maiden voyage to New York. 85 years and $200 million later, James Cameron (with a fantastic team) created the best Romantic-Disaster film based on the same ship. This film held the Box office gross record for 12 years before being supplanted by James Cameron's other...