EP 160 – Alien: Covenant (2017)

Back in May, Stoo and Magic Mike went to the pictures and saw ALIEN: COVENANT! Why release it now? Well, it was a Patreon Podcast, so it was release on Patreon 6 months prior to its release on iTunes – just one of the perks to subscribe to us on our Patreon Page (they take paypal *thumbs up*).

So by this point it should hopefully be out on Blu-ray by now! Maybe it will have a decent directors, cut and a bunch of extras! ooh, sounds gid.

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EP 159 – Casino (1995)

I’m just curious. I saw you shuffling your checks with your right hand. Can you do that with both hands? Aye! Stoo and Mike discuss Martin Scorsese’s CASINO as chosen by Andy.

Patreon Pledgers get an additional 19 minutes with talk of Gambling movies and buckets more about Scorsese films (natch!), trivia, 1 Star Reviews and more! Continue reading “EP 159 – Casino (1995)”

EP 158 – Get Out (2017)

“Films and muthafuckin Swearing – we spoil shit.” Stoo, Andy and Magic Mike return to conclude our Horror Season 2017’s GET OUT from director Jordan Peele.

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EP 157 – The Descent (2005)

Alright folks! We’re into week four of our Horror Season! We’re into week 3 of our Halloween Horror Season and we step into the nineties with Neil Marshalls THE DESCENT (2005). Prior to the film discussion, we warm our vocal cords by discussing recent films, Stoo went and saw THOR: RAGNAROK and Mike caught 6 DAYS.

Patreon pledgers get an additional 10 minutes with further discussions about; Neil Marshalls directing credits and the 2009 sequel to The Descent. Continue reading “EP 157 – The Descent (2005)”

DVD Review – Departures (2008)

Departures tells the story of Daigo Kobayashi, a cellist whose life is turned upside-down when his orchestra disbands leaving him unemployed. He and his wife give up their city life and return home to Daigo’s childhood home in search of work. Whilst browsing, Daigo finds an advert for a job in Departures.

When hired within seconds, a bemused and befuddled Daigo wonders what he’s gotten himself into? A travel agency? No. Daigo is now the encoffinment business and cousin, business is booming! Daigo is on the course of becoming one of the men responsible for cleansing and dressing the dead prior to their funeral, a ceremony which is carried out in front of the grieving family, nonetheless. Continue reading “DVD Review – Departures (2008)”