In this episode me and my friend Kieran Balloo talk about the Robert Zemeckis film, 'Back to the Future 3'.
Along the way we talk about a bunch of things including recasting actors in franchises, the new Ghostbusters trailer, a huge plot hole in BTTF 3, we work out Breaking Bad's Walt and Jessie are the modern Doc and Marty, Kieran slams Crispin Glover and my reboot/ sequel to the franchise (which I have continued through BTTF1 and BTTF2) continues in a bizarre fashion,
In this short, swearing-free, solo episode I talk about the Frank Marshall film 'Arachnophobia'.
Along the way I talk spiders, Pete Venkman-like characters and compare this film to a very, very famous Steven Spielberg film. About sharks. (Hint- it begins with J and ends with aws)
In this episode me and my friend Thom Smith discuss the Joe Dante films 'Gremlins' and Gremlins 2: The New Batch'.
Along the way we discuss The Flash, werewolf films, the beauty of stop-motion, James Bond movies, growing up reading comics (can you read Marvel AND DC?), the Joe Dante cannon, Deadpool, the changing fears of society being reflected in horror films and much more.
In this bonus episode me and my sister Amanda discuss the Chris Columbus film, 'Home Alone.'
Along the way we talk about Isle of Wight myths, Ferris Bueller's Day Off, debate what is the best flavour of Tic-Tac, we also discuss British tipping etiquette, pizza delivery in the UK, religious themes in Home Alone, try to work out which is Marv and which is Harry, we compare the film to Mousetrap and I bring up several crazy internet theories.
In this episode me and my friend Kieran Balloo discuss the Steven Spielberg film, 'Always'.
Along the way we bring up 90's pop-band Ace of Base, we talk about how good John Goodman is/ how annoying Richard Dreyfuss is, I bring up the best new guest on film podcast 'Doug Loves Movies' (recommended), I confuse Margot Robbie and Margot Kidder, we reminisce about the greatness of The Sarah Silverman Show, we wonder whether Suicide Squad will be any good, ponder the age of Channing Tatum and we look ahead to Hook and.... Jurassic Park.
In this mid-week bonus episode, me and my friend Paul discuss the Ivan Reitman film 'Ghostbusters 2'.
Along the way we talk memories of the animated show ('The Real Ghostbusters'), we do some ropey impressions, we talk Masters of the Universe (the He-Man film starring Dolph Lundgren), we discuss the film roles of Ernie Hudson, we get into a disagreement on Kim Basinger's hair and I struggle with the geography of New York (turns out the Statue of Liberty is on... an island).