Archive for April, 2012
Due to scheduling conflicts I’m afraid that there’s no podcast this week, but we’ll make up for it next week which should be our MIGHTY AVENGERS-CAST! (knowing us it should be about 6 hours long!)
It’s proably a good thing as my review was going to be The Cabin in the Woods, one of the most difficult films to review without spoiling it, EVER. All I can say about it is, if you enjoyed and laughed at Scream , The Evil Dead films, Freddy, and Jason, etc. you’ll definitely get a kick out of it and should go see it now!
Seriously go see it and support smart, funny cinema!
Until next week…EXCELSIOR!!
Yes, not only have we managed to do another podcast only the week after the last one, but this week’s show also marks the 100 episode (I’m not evevn kidding!).
With our usual panache, style and attention to preparation we’ve done absolutely nothing special for this week’s podcast to celebrate and instead we get on with the very important work of chatting about movies, insulting our audience (and Forest Whitaker) and reviewing John Carter of Mars, Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy and of course (!!?) A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas.
As usual here’s the show notes for anything we referenced on the show in case you want to take a look with us:
- Trailer for Rian Johnson’s “Looper ” starring Brice wilis and Jospeh Gordon Levitte
- Cool Poster for Tarantino’s “Django Unchained”
- Mondo Tees the site where Gavin can’t get a poster, no matter how hard he tries!
- WRIGHT!: Edgar Wright’s Intereactive web comic series thingy Brandon Generator
- PEGG! Trailer for Sion Pegg starring A Fantastic Fear of Everything
- Link from a lister: The 10 worst possible movies to convert to 3d from @rue_ay_ee on Twitter
Lets see if we can manage another 100!! or maybe … 8!
As you can tell from the headline, ripped from the podcast itself, absolutely nothing has changed during our little break from podcasting. We have returned as immature and vulgar as ever.
As we’ve been away quite a while, on this week’s show we discuss only the very best and most interesting of the movie news that happened during the break, or at least the most interesting news that we can stilll remember after a month or two.
We’re also playing catch up on the review front, with The Hunger Games, Underworld Awakening, The Descandants, Abduction (!?) and Midnight in Paris all getting reviewed in one form or another on the show.
As usual, I’ll leave you with the show notes so you can share in the trailers and pics we discussed, as well as with the promise that we should now be back on a regular schedule, providing you with more podcast goodness, more often.
Until next time:
- That amazing Prometheus trailer
- The slightly different Imax Prometheus trailer
- Sean Bean in Drag!!?
- The trailer for Ted from Seth McFarlane
- The first Trailer for the Colin Farrell remake of Total Recall