Film Night Podcast

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This week, we rise once more to review the rebirth of the popular Jean Grey story, Dark Phoenix (spoilers: 34:16 – 58:53). In other news, we have three more episodes of Black Mirror (spoilers throughout), in which to sink our teeth. Other topics of discussion include Boyhood and Nirvanna the Band the Show. Music: Intro: Werewolves of London by Warren Zevon Outro: Army by Ben Folds Five
This week, we are presenting our case to the jury over Aaron Sorkin’s latest film, The Trial of the Chicago 7 (spoilers: 1:02:04 – 1:27:57). The lads also discuss the 20th series of a Film Night favourite, I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! Plus there’s a chat over a number of Halloween watches including The Fly, Bram Stoker’s Dracula, The Babadook, Trick ‘r Treat, The Thing and Halloween. There’s also scathing criticism of 28 Days Later and Borat Subsequent Moviefilm by Jack and Woody respectively. Music: Intro – Chicago by Graham Nash Outro – Hear My Voice by Celeste
This week, Halloween’s been and gone before we had a chance to save your souls with our Halloween Special Review of Saint Maud (spoilers 52:05 – 1:45:50). We also review other watches such as The Bodyguard, The Witch, Borat Subsequent Moviefilm and Jack’s horrifying exploration into the Welcome to the Blumhouse features. Music: Intro – Monster Mash by Bobby Pickett Outro – Thriller by Michael Jackson
This week, The folks at Film Night are under no delusions as they reckon they doin’ the good Lord’s work by reviewin’ The Devil All the Time. In other news, Henry challenges Jack on his enjoyment of Ready Player One and the lads have a discussion on the release delays of No Time To Die and the fate of cinema in general. Music: Intro – Dream by The Pied Pipers Outro – Honeycomb by Jimmie Rodgers
This week, we are thinking of ending friendships as we review Charlie Kaufman’s new film, I’m Thinking of Ending Things (spoilers: 22:20 – 1:28:04). We also discuss the plethora of films we have been watching over the week including Gemini Man, Daphne and Sexy Beast. In addition to this, Knives Out raises its head just one last time! Music: Intro – Elephant Music by Croon Outro – Lonely Room by Jesse Plemons
We’re sorry. Things don’t always go the way we plan so, This episode is very late, Which is why, It’s obvious we spend too much time making clever descriptions, Because our review of Tenet is what’s important, We apologise if you read this backwards.   (Spoilers: 51:59 – 1:18:16). Also returning for further heated discussion is the much disputed Knives Out, as well as  Zodiac, Wu-Tang Clan: Of Mics and Men, Karate Kid and A Beautiful Mind.
This week, we’re battling over Cold War (spoilers: 37:11 – 1:07:24). We also discuss recent watches, including Three Identical Strangers, Brassic,  I May Destroy You, Oldboy and Oldboy (2013).   Music: Intro –  Dwa Serduszka by Joanna Kulig and Marcin Masecki Outro – Is You Is or Is You Ain’t My Baby? by Dinah Washington
This week, after “hanging out of one’s arse” from episode 157, the Film Night gang are off the booze for this week’s review of Trey Edward Shults’ Krisha. Music: Intro: Face by Brian McOmber Outro: I’ll Always Be Here by Olivia Applegate
This week, our four tight compadres sat down to review Tenacious D in The Pick of Destiny. Also up for discussion was the latest episodes of Rick and Morty, Man Like Mobeen and What We Do In The Shadows. Music: Intro – Classico by Tenacious D Outro – Pick of Destiny by Tenacious D  
For the first time in three years, the Film Night gang are back under one roof, performing their weekly ritual with a review of Rosemary’s Baby (spoilers: 17:58 – 1:03:52). We also discuss the group’s other watches including Gummo, Bowling for Columbine, The Wrestler and Nirvanna the Band the Show. Music: Intro – Rosemary’s Lullaby by Krzysztof Komeda Outro – Last Kiss by Pearl Jam
This week, we discuss Fast and Furious Presents: Hobbs and Shaw (no spoilers, but we do discuss plot details: 38:46 – 57:22) and we are joined again by special guest, Matthew Patrick “Chives” Cartmell. We also revisit some Film Night favourites such as Spaced and It Comes At Night, as well as reviewing recent watches including A Girl at my Door, The Goonies and I Am Legend. Intro: Better as One by The Heavy Outro: Time in a Bottle by Jim Croce  
This week, we’re here to lift your spirits with our review of Atlantics (spoilers: 23:22 – 49:01). Also up for discussion is Will Ferrell’s latest film Eurovision, as well as The Handmaiden, Backbeat and a bit of a documentary debate featuring the works of Louis Theroux and Michael Moore. Music: Intro – Body Double by Fatima Al Qadiri Outro – Jaja Ding Dong by Will Farrell and Molly Sandén
This week, the Film Night lads got together for the first time in 3 years for a few beers, a few laughs and a few arguments. We sincerely hope you enjoy, or at least forgive us for, our first ever drunk-cast.
This week, Da 4 Bloods have come together to review Spike Lee’s latest film, Da 5 Bloods (spoilers: 42:27 – 1:16:20). Also up for discussion are some of our most recent watches including Midnight Run, Babel and Shoplifters. Music: Intro- Time Has Come Today by The Chambers Brothers Outro- What’s Going On by Marvin Gaye
This week, some of us are going potty for our new guest, William Neil “Barry” Blackburn’s favourite film Flushed Away, and some of us can’t help dumping on it. We also discuss the highly topical idea of censorship in film and media, as well as reviewing sports documentary The Last Dance, the Alien Saga and revisiting Tiger King. Music: Intro – Bohemian Like You by The Dandy Warhols Outro – Proud Mary by Tina Turner
This week, the film review moguls are celebrating their 150th episode by taking on one of the most highly regarded films of all time, Citizen Kane (Spoilers: 39:45 – 1:11:31). We’re also treating you loyal listeners to a fun Film Night themed quiz as well as a discussion on our personal desert island films.
This week, we’re a bit troubled as we review ’71 (spoilers throughout until 1:24:39) with special guest, Ashley Mark Gregson. We also discuss our divided opinions on the TV shows Quiz and After Life. Intro – War (What is it Good For?) by Edwin Starr Outro – Sunday Bloody Sunday by U2
This week, we introduce brand new, super sexy special guest Matthew ‘Tepi’ Mclaughlin to help us review, “Raging Bull” style, 2002’s Tongan Ninja. We also have a discussion on the descent of the home-viewing experience, from the mighty Tesco bargain bin to the market-obsessed streaming service. As requested by Tepi himself, please click here for your daily dose of Tongan Ninja. Music: Intro – Tale of the Tongan Ninja by Jemaine Clement, Bret McKenzie, Stephen Roche & David Donaldson* Outro – How Deep Is Your Love by Bee Gees *Not certain about these credits. Please comment with source if incorrect.
This week, with the help of returning guest Joshua Paul Alexander “Brian” Dewhurst, we are taking a step back and reflecting on Philip Ridley’s The Reflecting Skin (spoilers 17:15 – 1:06:39). This episode also sees the return of Quiz Night and features discussions on The Dear Hunter, Snowpiercer, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse and Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood.
This week, we’re reviewing Fantastic Mr Cuss… I mean Fox (spoilers: 56:01 – 1:32:45). This episode also sees the return of Woody’s ‘Who Am I?’ quiz. What a treat! Intro – Mr. Fox in the Fields by Alexandre Desplat Outro – Boggis, Bunce and Bean by Alexandre Desplat
This week, we’re getting all political as we discuss Adam McKay’s Vice (spoilers throughout). We also discuss recent watches such as Midnight Run, Blinded by The Light and John Wick 3. Intro:  The Man by The Killers Outro: America by Leonard Bernstein    
This week in our double feature, we are losing both our minds (and our stomachs) over the Spanish thriller The Platform (spoilers: 33:33 – 55:36).  We also give a big hand to the Oscar nominated film, I Lost My Body (spoilers: 1:12:25 – 1:29:29) and review our recent film and TV watches, including John Wick, Sunderland Till I Die and Better Call Saul. Music: Intro – J’ai perdu mon corps by Dan Levy Outro – Sale Soirée by Dan Levy Feat. L’Ordre Du Périph
This week, we’re unabashedly criticising Bong Joon-ho’s Parasite like some kind of… bloodsucking… thing (Spoilers: 24:49 – 1:03:33). Also, Joe pretends he’s never given any film a 10/10 before. Music: Intro – Opening by Jung Jae Il Outro – Paradise by Coldplay
This week, we are reviewing the Safdie brothers’ diamond in the rough, Uncut Gems.  We also discuss the recent Oscar winners and films that may have been overlooked during the past awards season. Music: Intro – The Stranger by Billy Joel Outro – Pray for Love by Travis Scott ft. The Weekend
This week, we’re about as late as the Americans were 100 years ago, as we review Sam Mendes’ 1917 (spoilers: 26:40 – 53:49). Music: Intro – Pack Up Your Troubles in Your Old Kit Bag by Spike Jones Outro – Sixteen Hundred Men by Thomas Newman
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