How does the 1980s classic cult movie hold up today? Well, Ian hadn’t seen it until now, so let’s find out what a middle-aged man makes of a teen film from 30 years ago…
After a gap of four (4!) years, 101 Films have released another ‘Extra’. Now the dust has settled, Lewis and Ian take a look at Star Wars: The Last Jedi. Is it good? Is it? IS IT? Yeah, sort of.
A reader recommendation this week – Seven Samurai from Japanese director Akira Kurosawa. What a treat it was!
After a lengthy hiatus, we’re back with a look at the epic anime Redline, with its loopy characters and insane race sequences. Buckle up!
It’s 101 Films favourite time of year, Halloween (or HALLOWEEEEEEEEENNNN!). Now we know our podcasting isnt as regular as it once was, but we always make a special effort for Halloween.
This year we’ve picked as our subject what many consider to be finest horror film ever made; Rosemary’s Baby. Enjoy!
Hello again, long time no see. Here we are with a tribute to the late, great Gene Wilder, with a look at The Producers. Now GIVE ME MY BLUE BLANKET.
Never let it be said that 101 Films shys away from jumping on band wagons. Especially when that band wagon is hooked up to one of the most successful film franchises ever!
Listen to Lewis and Ian’s thoughts on the the new Star Wars film. Is it better than the prequels? (yes) Does it hold up to the originals? (more or less) Will Ian give it his standard 3 Star rating? (nearer 3.5). WARNING: SPOILERS WITHIN.
Merry Christmas everyone! As Lewis prepares to attend a midnight screening of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, the duo look back over all the films they haven’t seen in 2015… and marvel at how violent the eighties were.
This week we cover the 1999 film All About My Mother, which causes Lewis to reminisce about his Bohemian days in Barcelona and Ian to lament how old we all are. Also, Penelope Cruz dressed up as Mario.
It may not be the best John Carpenter film, it may not be the best conspiracy film, it probably even isn’t the best film with a former wrestler in it’s lead role, but damnit, They Live is something special…