One of the finest horror films ever made.
GIVE ME MY BLUE BLANKET.
This here’s Miss Bonnie Parker. I’m Clyde Barrow. We rob banks.
Ian and Lewis stride into podcast town with wit pistols at their hips.
We both admit to having a massive man crush on Terry-Thomas.
Lewis and Ian don their moptop wigs and wade into the waters of Beatlemania.
Our film odyssey continues with Easy Rider, a film that has been rightly heralded as kickstarting the New Hollywood of the late sixties/early seventies and is famous for sending Jack Nicholson’s career into the stratosphere. But is it any good? Well, yes and no is our decidedly wishy-washy answer. In places it barely seems toContinue reading “If Dennis Hopper did not exist, it would be necessary to invent him”
Easy Rider, an almost plotless film about a long, meandering journey taken by two scruffy men. Sounds very familiar.
Massive nuclear tests have sent the planet spiralling into the Sun, which puts your bad day to shame, really.
We ponder the mystery of exactly what naval captains get up to in a landlocked country.