Mark Rylance

84 – Dunkirk, The Big Sick, First Girl I Loved, Chicken People, Tickling Giants

84 – Dunkirk, The Big Sick, First Girl I Loved, Chicken People, Tickling Giants

Chickens, World War II, satire, religious beliefs and sexuality are all discussed on this episode as we leap in to some of the bigger films of the year, and some of the quieter films of the year. Christopher Nolan’s war epic Dunkirk tests our spirits, while The Big Sick tries to lift them back up again. It seems everybody slept on the great First Girl I Loved and we put forward a case why yo...[Read More]

Roald Dahl

60 – The BFG, Finding Dory, The Conjuring 2, Money Monster, Hello, My Name is Doris, Revelation Film Festival

Explicit Content Did you miss us? We’re back with out c*ntsatcheliest episode yet. It’s a fairly long one, but we cover a lot of films and everything from politics, mental health, television, dating elderly women. It’s all here. For some reason, Andrew dragged Bernadette along to see The BFG. He’s eternally sorry for his actions. Andrew saw Finding Dory and repeats mostly w...[Read More]

88th Academy Awards Winners Rundown

88th Academy Awards Winners Rundown

In possibly our sweariest of swear filled podcasts, we run through the 88th Academy Award winners and go through who we think was deserving, as well as who we think shouldn’t have won. We run through how Chris Rock did during the night, and then… and then… we somehow end up going into a huge tirade about diversity which almost kills Bernadette as she struggles with a cough. In wh...[Read More]

41 – The Dressmaker, Bridge of Spies, Burnt, Man Up, Song One, Miss You Already

41 – The Dressmaker, Bridge of Spies, Burnt, Man Up, Song One, Miss You Already

It’s frocks in the outback and spies in the kitchen in this episode where we look at the new Kate Winslet drama comedy thingo The Dressmaker. Andrew tells us all about why Bridge of Spies is simply minor-Spielberg and why he needs to stop making films about ‘The War’. We head into the kitchen with Burnt and then get served up reviews on Man Up, Song One and Miss You Already. Foll...[Read More]

Bridge of Spies Review

Bridge of Spies Review

When reviewing a new Steven Spielberg film, you come to it with decades of classics and masterpieces in your mind. Unlike other filmmakers, Spielberg films come with a certain level of expectation that other filmmakers aren’t subject to. As we enter these later years in Spielberg’s career, we’ve seen a greater sentimental streak from him than usual. The overly rose tinted glasses...[Read More]