In this bonus episode me and Kieran discuss the Edgar Wright film 'Hot Fuzz'.
Along the way we discuss more celebrity sightings, Scotland, a former life working in supermarkets, we compare the Cornetto trilogy, talk about old (and new) British sitcoms and much much more.
In this short (swear-free) solo episode I talk about the Michael Bay film 'Transformers'.
Along the way I talk about the career of Kurtzman and Orci, the films of Michael Bay, the films Spielberg produced post-Jurassic Park, boring acts I've seen headline music festivals (including a memory of watching Bruce Springsteen at Glastonbury), a tale from my days working at a cinema and more.
In this bonus episode me and my friend Jev discuss the JJ Abrams film 'Mission Impossible 3'.
Along the way we discuss the other Mission Impossible films, the James Bond films (and whether there can be a female or non-white 007), the films of John Woo, Jev's encounters as a film extra, the career of Philip Seymour Hoffman, we discuss whether Jev's girlfriend is a spy, we do impressions, discuss the films of 2006, JJ making Star Wars and much much more.
NOTE- This was recorded before the UK voted in the European Referendum, hence why we do not know the outcome in this podcast.
On this episode me and my friend Paul discuss the Steven Spielberg film 'Munich'.
Along the way we recreate a scene from Knocked Up and we talk nudity in movies but also the history of Israel and the surrounding controversy.
In this short solo bonus episode I talk about the Kevin Smith film 'Clerks 2'.
Along the way I talk Zack and Miri Make a Porno, the Simpsons, Russell Brand and more.
In this episode me and my friend Paul talk about the Steven Spielberg film 'War of the Worlds'.
Along the way we talk WWE, my favourite films of 2005, a memorable trip to the cinema in Moab, Pokémon Go, American breakfasts, War of the World related books and much more.
In this bonus episode me and my friend Mike talk about the Joss Whedon film 'Serenity'.
Along the way we talk politics (both in the world of Serenity and... well... not), we talk about the show Firefly as well as Stranger Things, Expanse, Ray Donovan, Freaks & Geeks and Fear the Walking Dead.
In this episode I speak to my friend Richard from comedy group Late Night Gimp Fight about the Steven Spielberg film 'The Terminal'.
Along the way we talk about Suicide Squad/ The DC film universe, working at McDonalds, eating McDonalds abroad, Burger King vs McDonalds, Amazon Prime recommendations, Pizza Hut delivery failures, drive-in cinemas, the career of Tom Hanks, Big Brother and lots more.