Gavin starring in new play “Tribes” in Singapore

by on Apr.24, 2015, under Newspost

Tribes_FeaturedYes, yes we were supposed to record a podcast after “Speed The Plow” finished, but Gavin’s had to head off to Singpore to prepare for the next play he’s doing;  “Tribes”

We are working on recording a podcast using THE POWER OF THE INTERNET and hope to have something for you soon. In the mean time, here’s some details on the new play:

Tribes is written by  Nina Raine, and directed by Tracie Pang, you can find pout more on the website here http://pangdemonium.com/productions/tribes

As well as Gavin, the play stars Adrian PangEthel Yap Frances LeeSusan Tordoff, and Thomas Pang.

The play runs from 22 May – 7 June 2015 at the Drama Centre Theatre Singapore,  with special performances incorporating Sign Language interpreters on stage on the following dates:

• Saturday 23 May, 8pm
• Wednesday 27 May, 8pm
• Saturday 30 May, 8pm
• Wednesday 3 June, 8pm
• Saturday 6 June, 8pm

Discounted rates are exclusively available for deaf and hard-of-hearing clients of The Singapore Association for the Deaf, are available by contacting Lizhen at [email protected] for more information.

Here’s the announcement  trailer

..and here’s another trailer in Sign Language.

 

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Gavin starring in David Mamet play “Speed the Plow”

by on Apr.01, 2015, under Newspost

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Sooooo, one of the reasons that we’ve not done a podcast recently is because Gavin is working his ass off on a number of projects, one of which is a production of “Speed The Plow“, a play by David Mamet.

This production stars GavinDouglas Lim and Amelia Henderson, and is directed by Paul Loosley.

The production is being staged at Pentas 2  at the KL Performing Arts Centre (KL PAC)  from 9-15th April.

Drop by if you’re in the area and  fancy a bit of culture or just want to see Gavin in the flesh (I should be lurking in the audience on at least one night)

Shows are on @ 8:30pm on the 9th-15th April, with a 3pm matinee on the 12th April.

There is no Show on the 13th April

For bookings call  +603-40479000 or log on to klpac.org

Tickets are priced at :
Standard – RM68
Concession 1 – RM48 (TAS Card Member / Senior Citizen / Disabled)
Concession 2 – RM38 (Student)

*Concession 1 & 2 ONLY available for walk-in to klpac and penangpac box office with valid ID
All prices inclusive of RM3 ticket handling fee and 6% GST

You can find more information on the play here, and there’s a video promo below.

We should be able to get the next podcast to you soon!

 

 

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The C-Word

by on Mar.09, 2015, under Podcasts

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Gavin’s latest poster purchase

On this week’s show we’re all at “C” with reviews of Coherence, Calvary,  Kennth Branagh’s Cinderella & Neil Blomkamp’s latest Chappie!

We also take a look at all the latest trailers and some cool stuff, all the links to which are below for your clicking pleasure.

Enjoy!

 Cool Stuff

 

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Shit Auteur

by on Feb.21, 2015, under Podcasts

Gong Xi Fa Cai!

Gong Xi Fa Cai!

Gong Xi Fa Cai or Happy Chinese New Year to all our listeners! Gavin and I we got a little carried away with festive cheer before recording this podcast so it does go all a bit wobbly near the end.

On the show we discuss Spidey joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe. a host of ewn trailers and review Jupiter Ascending and  Under the Skin

As usual here’s the links to any videos or images we discussed in the show:

Cool Stuff

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Not taken…but shaken…

by on Feb.03, 2015, under Podcasts

predestination.mondoposter_largeOn this week’s review-heavy podcast we discuss A Walk Amongst the Tombstones starring Liam Neeson, the much fêted Birdman with Michael Keaton, 1980′s crime drama A Most Violent Year with Oscar Isaac and Jessica Chastain, Michael Mann’s hacker thriller Blackhat and in a time travelling double bill,the Michael Bay produced, found footage time travel movie  Project Almanac and Predestination starring Ethan Hawke!

As we recorded this before the Super Bowl we don’t  cover the super Bowl trailers in this week’s show.  Next time baby!

As usual here are the links to all the trailers and cool stuff we talked about on the show

 

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Why you wanna be like Jim!

by on Jan.09, 2015, under Podcasts

terbaik-dari-langit-600x336We start 2015 with a flat out BAN on Back to the Future 2 jokes, some discussion of the first Ant-Man trailer, Neil Blomkjamp’s aborted  Alien pitch, Michael Biehn, Ed Harris, the Ghost in the Shell casting and much more.

Also on this week’s show, Gavin reviews Malaysian film Terbaik Dari Langit while Iain reviews Seventh Son, The Raid 2 and Frank and we get as heap of Email/Twitter/Facebook correspondence!

Show Notes:

Cool Stuff!

 

 

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Merry Christmas Everyone!

by on Dec.25, 2014, under Podcasts

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Oooooh Snap!

In our last show of 2014 we discuss the Sony hack, a load of juicy trailers and review Kevin Smith’s Tusk, Aussie chiller The Babadook, David Fincher’s Gone Girl and the end of Peter Jackson’s Middle-Earth odyssey, The Hobbit: the Battle of the 5 Armies.

Thanks for listening , have a Happy New Year and we’ll see you again in 2015!

Show notes:

 

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Chrimbo Gift Guide 2014!

by on Dec.08, 2014, under Podcasts

For a minute there John Boyega thought there wasn’t going to be a podcast thins week!

On this week’s show we are proud to present our Chrimbo Gift Guide (for the massive film geek in your life), our thoughts on the latest glut of trailers including Star Wars: The Force Awakens (still feels weird typing that), Terminator: Genysis, Jurassic World and more as well as reviews of Horns Starring Daniel Radcliffe, The Coen Brothers’ A Serious Man and, just to change thing up a bit, Nic Cave’s concert in Freemantle, Perth, Australia and Tenacious D’s first ever live gig in KL! (Yeah we’re branching out into gigs now!)

Here’s the show notes:

 

Christmas Gift Guide

(links to all the gifts mentioned on the show):

That’s all for this week, let us know if you have any comments or questions using the “contact us” form here

 

 

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The Tree of Lautner

by on Nov.24, 2014, under Podcasts

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If you know what this is from… you’ll know it’s AWESOME

This week Gavin reviews kick ass Keanu flick John Wick as well as Wish I was here aka That Zack Braff Kickstarter Movie. He also shares his thoughts on Interstellar, as well as the accompanying furore, after catching it since the last podcast, and Iain finally reviews messed up anime Attack on Titan (aka Shingeki no Kyojin).

We also discuss British TV quiz shows (again!) repeatedly digress into talking about the Tree of Life and examine Taylor Lautner’s comedy chops; why? Who knows!?

Show notes:

 

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Christian Bale should play Lobo…

by on Nov.10, 2014, under Podcasts

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Space: the final frontie- oh wait

On this week’s show we run through our thoughts on AL THOSE MOVIES announced by Marvel and DC lately, and we review Interstellar, Big Hero 6, Joe and The Book Of Life and as well as cast an eye over a feast of new trailers that have been released since our last show.

If you’d like to get in touch  for our emails section you can emails us at [email protected] or drop us a line via the contact us form above.

Here’s the show notes:

 

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