Tom Beasley steps into the bunker this week bringing with him Venom the 2018 non MCU Marvel movie featuring everyone’s favourite symbiote slime slinger and Tom Hardy having a lot of fun.
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Harold Ramis’ remake of Bedazzled is brought to the bunker this week by Anna Bogutskaya. Discussion meander from lemons to Liz Hurleys apparent immortality and a few spots in between.
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Not one but two guests, Louise and Sam, join us in the bunker to defend the honour of Step Up: Miami Heat! Where dance is used as a protest and not just as an art. Will we agree or think it is more of a dirty protest?
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We are back! After a lengthy mid season break we have come rushing back into your pod life. We wanted to return with a little gem, a misunderstood masterpiece, an unfairly treated treat, but instead we got to watch Capone. Tom Hardy chews cigar
2020 signed off with a present for us in the form of the long anticipated (only by us) but misshapen 2019 adaption of Cats. Will we see past the bizarre visuals to enjoy the beating heart of a story, is there a beating heart of a story? This e
Robert Downey Jnr's 2020 take on the tale of Dr Dolittle and his animal friends hops, skips, jumps and barks its way into the bunker this week. With a huge difference between critical and audience scores we concentrates on the important things
This week Emily Murray takes us through the high notes of the trilogy finale (maybe? hopefully?), Pitch Perfect 3. We discuss how many plots are too many? Who is DJ Khaled and how do you say his name? And is there ever a right time for a little
Happy Halloween! To join in the spooky fun this week we have deputy editor of Empire magazine Nick de Semlyen along to wax lyrical about 1995's Tales from the Crypt: Demon Knight. Will it be a frightful mess or a fright fest, now thats intertai
The 'Burbs, cult classic but reviewer maligned is brought to the bunker by Empires own Chris Hewitt. During the review of the movie we discuss when is it OK to rip off other peoples wallpaper? Is Matt a psycho? and much much more.
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"I need a second okay? Why can't anybody give me a goddamn second?" Is often cut out of our podcast as we scramble for the name of an actor/film/child but this week it comes out of The Happening which Lucy Buglass joins us to review. The 2008
This week we tackle the Adam Sandler, Netflix special The Ridiculous Six. Will this film overturn its low rating and the red flag of 'Written, Produced and Starring'. We ask important questions like 'Do Netflix films have editors?' and 'Is exp
This week we review 'A ways to die a million in the west' I mean 'A million ways to die in the west' a full on Seth McFarlane vanity project with a stellar cast. Did we die laughing or just die inside a little bit more?
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Total Films Jane Crowther drops into the bunker to talk about Kevin Costner's Waterworld on it's 25th anniversary (which we fail to mention). Chris gets away with inventing the phrase 'Cat out of Water' and we chat limes, the stench of rottin
With the Snyder cut now confirmed we take the chance to delve into the film that it will replace and see if the Justice League justifies (ahem) the scorn it received on launch and if the subsequent stand alone films have cast a different light
This week we actually review two films Chris and Matt review Kingdom of Heaven whilst James reviews Kingdom of Heaven the directors cut. Is there much difference? Does Orlando Bloom resemble an actor in either?
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As Graham Norton says in the film “Okay, so not as bad as we expected”. This week we review the criticality panned but warmly received Eurovision Song Contest: The story of fire saga. Has the former Elf gone too far or do we have a cult classic
This week Empire Magazines John Nugent joins us to discuss Wild Wild West or as it is better know the Wickey wickey wild Wild West. Can Will Smiths charisma and glimpsed ball bag propel this film out of the bunker and into the wide wide world.
Anna brings a Nicolas Cage film to the bunker which is always a treat. This time it is the 2004 puzzle, action adventure romp National Treasure. Will the film be released from the bunker or will we hide it and leave a series of obscure yet easy
Matt Highton joins us this week to defend the honour of 90’s creature feature, Anaconda! This classic features early performances of J Lo, Owen Wilson and a masterclass of nuttery by Jon Voight but is it enough for us to overturn the critics cr
James Dyer brings the 2002 sleeper hit Equilibrium to the bunker. We see if nostalgia wins and ask would you ruthlessly murder 10 people to save one dog? 🐶
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Friend of the show, Amon, joins us this week to leap to the defence of the Tony Scott, Denzel Washington joint, Man on Fire. This poorly reviewed fan favourite gets the full bunker focus. Will we side with the reviews or the fans? The verdict i
Drop that slice of hero cake for this week we super hero land into Batman vs Superman: Dawn of Justice. This film divided opinion at release and continues to do so, will we be divided also? Matters not as both our mums are called Martha so we w
James King joins us this week to look at Howard the Duck the George Lucas Marvel project that you never knew existed and probably never wanted. Warning podcast features discussion of duck nipples.
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This episode we are joined by Film critic and author Mark Searby. Mark and Chris take an in depth look at Gigli (Jeally) the Benifer flop that put Martin Brest, one of Hollywood's most talented directors into early retirement. We demand the inf
The sweeney the sweeney duh duh da daaa da da da duh duh. We check out the film of the seminal 70’s series with Liam from the Spocklight podcast. Discussion ranges from Ray Winstones ‘seminal’ pants to Chris’ hatred of plan B.
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