You may have noticed a lack of podcast last week – unfortunately we’ve just been too darn busy to record one recently, what with work commitments and frantic Christmas preparations. On top of that, we’ve been going to a heck of a lot of screenings recently – for once, we’ve actually been too busy watchingContinue reading “Too many films to talk about”
Usually our ‘extra’ posts are about a film that’s currently in the cinema, but Room 237 actually came out several months ago. Still, it just about qualifies as current, and it certainly provides lots to talk about. We both recently watched the DVD of this documentary, and we both came away slightly bemused but withContinue reading “Room 237: 101 Films Extra #04”
In which various oddbods profess their theories about the meaning behind The Shining.
In the second of our Halloween horror podcasts, we look at The Wicker Man: The Final Cut, a newly restored version of the classic 1973 British film. We’ve slightly bent the rules this time around – usually we only review films that either one or both of us hasn’t seen before, but we’ve actually bothContinue reading “Come. It is time to keep your appointment with the Wicker Man.”
In our second Halloween podcast we travel to beautiful Summerisle. It’s all about the apples.
Ian’s still wrangling with the editing of our second Halloween podcast, but it should be up this weekend, followed by our third and final Halloween film on All Hallows’ Eve itself. Watch this space…
This year, rather than do a Halloween special, we thought we’d dedicate the whole of October to doing scary movies, and in the first of these Halloween podcasts we review Night of the Demon (or Curse of the Demon as it was known in the United States, for no real reason). Ian first saw thisContinue reading “It’s in the trees! It’s coming!”
In the first of our Halloween specials, we review a classic 1957 British horror movie.
This week we watched Hannah and Her Sisters, which is the second Woody Allen film to make it onto our list after Annie Hall way back in podcast number two. When editing the podcast, I realised we made a bit of an error – we call Michael Caine’s character Harry all the way through, butContinue reading “Can you imagine the level of a mind that watches wrestling?”
Join us as we pour scorn on philandering husbands.