Okay, buckle your seatbelts, listeners as I return to the wonderful world of Steve Spielberg, specifically his film 'Duel', but this time around approaching it slightly different to the way Kieran and I talked about it in 2015 (yes, it was that many years ago). This time around I'm doing it as a DVD commentary, so it's uninterrupted audio with no edits, which means you can expect more than a few tangents. Enjoy!
In this episode, recorded over the internet as we self-isolate, Paul, Kieran and I discuss Amblin', Steven Spielberg's short film from 1968 (which you can watch for free on YouTube, if you're interested).
In this episode Kieran and I conclude our three episode mini-series on director Damien Chazelle with a discussion on his film, 'First Man' which stars Ryan Gosling as astronaut Neil Armstong and Claire Foy as his wife, Janet.
In this episode, recorded back on New Year's Eve in better times, Kieran and I kick off another mini-series, this time covering the films of Damien Chazelle. And we begin with a discussion of his fantastic film, 'Whiplash'.
To conclude our mini-series covering the films of J.J. Abrams, Kieran and I rank his six directorial efforts from our least to most favourite.
Along the way we reflect on his career to date (including our thoughts on his TV work), what we would like to see next from Abrams as well as talk about 'Barry Lyndon' (naturally), the career of Peter Jackson, Stranger Things and all of the Mission Impossible films (and the importance of Dougray Scott's performance).
In this episode (part of our coverage of the films of J.J. Abrams and also the Star Wars films) Kieran and I discuss the ninth episode of The Skywalker Saga, the somewhat confusingly titled 'The Rise of Skywalker'.
Recorded back in November 2018, here is the long-delayed release of our 'Rogue One: A Star Wars Story' episode which sees Kieran and I discuss the Star Wars film set between 'Revenge of the Sith' and 'A New Hope'.
This week on the podcast, Kieran and I continue our J.J. Abrams mini-series with an episode on 'Star Trek Into Darkness'. And boy do we have opinions on this one.