In this short, almost spoiler free episode (I do mention the final shots of the film), I discuss the new Steven Spielberg film, 'The Post' starring Tom Hanks, Meryl Streep and a million familiar faces from the world of TV.
Along the way I discuss 'All the President's Men', attending the European premiere of the film (I know!), journalistic integrity in the 21st century and more.
Several bottles of red wine later, long into the night, Paul, Kieran and myself sat down to discuss the films 'Prometheus' and 'Alien Covenant'.
And we had a lot to discuss.
In this bonus episode Kieran and I discuss the 2016 musical romance, 'La La Land' starring Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling.
Along the way we discuss 'Whiplash', 'Grand Piano', The OC, The Glee Project (does anyone still remember Glee?) and we debut a new feature..... Masterclass.
On this episode Paul and I challenge each other to name our top five characters from films directed by beardy legend, Steven Spielberg.
Expect quotes, impressions and two people who can't remember the name of the guy who played the policeman in Jaws.
In which Kieran and I discuss the idea of a Spielberg anthology TV series in the mould of the JJ Abrahams-Steven King show 'Castle Rock'.
With mixed results.
In this episode me and Kieran discuss the possible forthcoming films of Steven Spielberg.
Along the way we discuss the likes of Ready Player One, Robopocalypse, some film starring Jennifer Lawrence, The Post, Indy 5 and all manner of weird and wonderful possible movies.
We also plug our other show 'Easy Riders Raging Podcasts' about the films of the 1960s. A podcast well worth your time and attention.
In this episode me and my friend Paul say farewell for now to Steven Spielberg as we discuss his most recent film to date, 'The BFG'.
We also discuss the books of Roald Dahl (and the art of Quentin Blake), the Queen meeting James Bond back in the 2012 Olympics, the animated version of The BFG and compare this film to a tonne of Spielberg films from E.T to Schinder's List.
Oh, and we preview my new film podcast- Easy Riders Raging Podcast. A podcast where we will be discussing the films of the 60's one at a time. Available now from iTunes and all good podcatchers everywhere.
In this episode me and my friend Campbell discuss the film 'Jurassic World'.
Along the way we discuss Chris Pratt, celebrity sightings, Limp Bizkit, Westworld, 'heelgate', the brilliance of John Williams, what we have heard about Jurassic World 2 and much more.
In this episode me and my friend Paul discuss the Steven Spielberg film 'Bridge of Spies'.
Along the way we talk about mob mentality, 20th century history (and events from this we'd like to see Spielberg tackle next), Mark Rylance, the Cold War, The West Wing (as ever) and much more.
Oh, and that film we couldn't think of. It's 'J. Edgar' (which was directed by Clint Eastwood- and not Martin Scorsese).
MAYBE IT'S A RUSSIAN THING. In this festive bonus episode we complete our coverage of the Die Hard films with the fifth in that series: 'A Good Day to Die Hard'.
Along the way we talk about the Police Academy films, different versions of this film, Bruce Willis' appearance in the TV show Friends, the films of Jai Courtney, along with what we want/ what we expect from Die Hard 6.
In this bonus episode me and my friend Jev continue our week of Die Hard coverage by discussing 'Live Free or Die Hard' (AKA Die Hard 4.0).
In this bonus episode we continue our festive romp through the Die Hard franchise as me and my friend Kieran discuss the film 'Die Hard With A Vengeance'.
Along the way we talk about the best onscreen villains, the career of Samuel L. Jackson, we big up our German fans and we talk about eggs. And how they should/ shouldn't be consumed.
In this seasonal bonus episode me and my friend Paul discuss the film Die Hard 2: Die Harder.
Along the way we do impressions, talk terrible dialogue, we discuss Rene Harlin films, phoning in sick to work and get into an Amy Adams-off.
Happy Christmas Spielberg fans! To celebrate the season we're breaking precisous continuity and doing a week of episodes on the Die Hard series. To kick things off, me and my friend Jake discuss the classic- Die Hard.
Along the way we discuss our favourite Christmas films, the career of Alan Rickman, musicals we have seen on the stage, chocolate bars, the biggest hits of the 90's (and ponder Bieber covering them) and much, much more.
Expect quotes, impressions, singing and terrible (pun-based) spin-off ideas.
In this bonus episode me and my friend Jev discuss Star Wars Episode Seven: The Force Awakens.
And it is a drunken, innuendo-filled journey across the galaxy complete with impressions, puns and other absurdities.
In this episode me and my friend Kieran discuss the Steven Spielberg film 'Lincoln'.
Along the way we discuss the Gilmore Girls reunion, the film Valentine's Day and we touch on recent politics (Donald Trump/ Brexit).
In this bonus episode me and my friend Paul complete our coverage of the Edgar Wright/ Simon Pegg Cornetto trilogy by discussing the film 'The World's End'.
Along the way we discuss friendship, going home, Antman, Brexit, Bridesmaids, we also tell drinking stories, have a little sing-song and generally have a bloody good chat.
In this episode me and my good friend Kieran discuss the Steven Spielberg film War Horse.
Along the way we discuss crying watching films, the best Quentin Tarantino films, World War one, Richard Curtis, the great British TV show 'This is England' and the trailer for Trainspotting 2. We also ask the question- 'how old is Eddie Redmayne?' and work out who would win in a 'posh-off' between Benedict Cumberbatch and Tom Hiddleston.
In this episode I have two separate discussions on 'The Adventures of Tintin' with my friends Kieran and Paul.
Along the way we discuss Ardman Animations 'Wallace and Gromit' specials, Tintin's sexuality, the two Truman Capote movies, Peter Jackson, Steven Moffat's time on Dr Who, Steven Spielberg's future projects and much more.
In this episode me and my friend Jev discuss the JJ Abrams film 'Super 8'.
Along the way we give a big shoutout to the show's Swedish fans, discuss a trip to Sweden, the London riots, lens flares, Cloverfield, calling things 'mint', mystery in JJ's films and much more.
In this short (swear-free) solo episode I discuss episodes nine and ten of the Spielberg produced World War 2 TV show, The Pacific.
Stick around until the very end of the episode where I talk about my final Pacific set film- the musical South Pacific.
In this short (swear-free) solo episode I discuss episodes seven and eight of the Spielberg produced World War 2 TV show, The Pacific.
Stick around until the very end of the episode where I talk about more war films set in the Pacific, discussing 'Sands of Iow Jima' starring John Wayne.
In this short (swear-free) solo episode I discuss episodes five and six of the Spielberg produced World War 2 TV show, The Pacific.
Stick around until the very end of the episode where I talk about more war films set in the Pacific, discussing John Woo's (terrible) 'Windtalkers'..
In this short (swear-free) solo episode I discuss episodes three and four of the Spielberg produced World War 2 TV show, The Pacific.
Stick around until the end of the episode where I continue to explore films set in the Pacific theatre as I discuss the Terrance Malick film 'The Thin Red Line'.
In this (swear-free) solo episode of the SpielbergPod I talk about the first two episodes of the Spielberg produced World War 2 mini-series 'The Pacific'.
Stick around until the end as I dive into films set in the Pacific theatre of WW2.