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SpielbergPod - The Steven Spielberg Film Podcast

The SpielbergPod is a show where me and some friends rewatch the films of Steven Spielberg going through them one at a time . It's a mix of film discussion, humour and just good ol' fashioned conversation among friends. Features of the show include recastings of the films with current day actors, companion pieces to the film and top five lists.
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Now displaying: January, 2017
Jan 20, 2017

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.

Jan 14, 2017

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.

Jan 7, 2017

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).

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