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I saved Latin. What did you ever do?

Lewis is back! For the last week he’s been recuperating in St Zardoz, the hospital for knackered podcasters. Lewis has had plenty of visits from 101 Films alumni – Ian, Kurt Humperdinck III and, of course, Tommy from Third Rock From The Sun. Now given a clean bill of health, he’s back to doing what he does best – being interrupted by Ian while trying to make a point.

This week 101 Films take their typically amateurish look at Rushmore, a listener recommendation. The boys discuss fifty years of Chinamen, the greatness of Bill ‘Dr Peter Venkman’ Murray, how good Wes Anderson’s later films are and how the Kinks should have split in the early 70s.

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101 Films Podcast 021 – Rushmore

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Director: Wes Anderson Year of release: 1998 Studio/Distributor: Touchstone Pictures Country: USA

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Podcast 021: Rushmore

This week 101 Films take their typically amateurish look at Rushmore, a listener recommendation. The boys discuss fifty years of Chinamen, the greatness of Bill ‘Dr Peter Venkman’ Murray, how good Wes Anderson’s later films are and how the Kinks should have split in the early 70s.

101 Films Podcast 021 – Rushmore

Sean Connery in a wedding dress: what more do you want?

Are you feeling lost? Does your life feel strangely empty and without meaning? Even those confident types at 101 Films have suffered from this modern-day lack of spirituality. Well no more, for they have heard the word of God, and that word is ZARDOZ!

Yes this week Lewis and Ian pay homage to the giant-stone-flying-head film Zardoz. Listen as they discuss just how damn weird the film is, Sean Connery in a red nappy (of course), evil penises, admiring ambition even when it fails, Zardoz’s potential as a date movie, why people went to see On The Buses films in the 70s and how something so bad can be so interesting and enjoyable. They also get a bit carried away quoting dialogue. Sorry about that. ZARDOZ!

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Podcast 013 – Zardoz

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Director: John Boorman Year of release: 1974 Studio/Distributor: 20th Century Fox Country: United Kingdom

Podcast 013: Zardoz

This week Lewis and Ian pay homage to the giant-stone-flying-head film Zardoz. Listen as they discuss Sean Connery in a red nappy (of course), evil penises, Zardoz’s potential as a date movie, why people went to see On The Buses films in the 70s and how something so bad can be so interesting and enjoyable. They also get a bit carried away quoting dialogue. Sorry about that. ZARDOZ!

Podcast 013 – Zardoz

It’s the 101 Films 2011 Christmas Special!

CHRISTMAS!!! Tis the Season for 101 Films to throw off the shackles of their self-imposed rules and talk about films they’ve both seen. Yep, Lewis and Ian discuss their top ten Christmas films, plus the usual nonsense including such festive topics as acid rain, Christmas lesbians, murder and what the name of the Scottish one in the X-Men was. Plus we have Christmassy editions of I’ve Got A Great Idea For A Movie and Ian’s Ukulele Challenge.

Lewis and Ian also exchange presents. See below for a picture of one of them.

Without further ado, here’s this week’s feature presentation… Click below:

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101 Films 2011 Christmas Special

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Zardoz as Interpreted by Lewis

101 Films Special #1: Christmas Special 2011

CHRISTMAS!!! Tis the Season for 101 Films to throw off the shackles of their self-imposed rules and talk about films they’ve both seen. Yep, Lewis and Ian discuss their top ten Christmas films, plus the usual nonsense including such festive topics as acid rain, Christmas lesbians, murder and what the name of the Scottish one in the X-Men was.

101 Films 2011 Christmas Special