Oh no, not me, I never lost control. You're face to face, with the man with the golden gun.
This week, as part of our ongoing conversation about the James Bond films, Jev and I discuss 'The Man With the Golden Gun', in which Roger Moore takes on the three-nippled Scaramanga, played by Christopher Lee.
Join us for a fun conversation. A mixture of critique and praise for this movie, which I think most would agree, is not 007's finest hour.
This week it's another return to the archives from my original podcast, the SpielbergPod, with a discussion on his WW2 comedy '1941'.
Recorded on a wet and boozy winter evening, Paul and I celebrate reaching episode 75 of our 1970s series with a discussion an all-time classic- Francis Ford Coppola's The Godfather: Part II.
And remember, if you want to support the show AND get exclusive episodes of the podcast (including two Godfather specials) go to www.patreon.com/ERRP.
In this short solo episode, I conclude our 1970s Mel Brooks coverage by talking about 'Silent Movie' and 'High Anxiety' (one of which I liked, the other, not so much).
Expect talk about Woody Allen, Alfred Hitchcock and more.
To infinity and beyond! Join Jake and I as we journey from Venice, to Rio to space with our viewing of one of the most ridiculous James Bond films- 'Moonraker'.
This week it's true-crime time, as we discuss Sidney Lumet's 'Dog Day Afternoon', the New York set bank-heist film starring Al Pachino and John Cazale.
We also find time to discuss a tonne of other things from a classic Only Fools and Horses episode, misunderstanding Michael Collins, casting The Terminator, comparing modern-day Pachino to DeNiro and much more.
Continuing my coverage of the films of Woody Allen, in this episode I talk about 'Sleeper' (set in the future) and 'Love and Death' (set in the past). I also talk about 'Demolition Man' more than I thought I would...
Expect talk of 'Mary Poppins Returns', Videoplus, the 'Dr Strangelove' pie-fight, The Bill and much, much more as Jake and I discuss Alan Parker's gangster musical 'Bugsy Malone'.
This week I was delighted to be joined by Stacey from the podcast Rough Giraffe to discuss the Peter Bogdanovich screwball comedy 'What's Up Doc?' starring Barbara Streisand.
In this episode- part of a crossover with the fantastic Star Trek podcast Spocklight- we discuss Paul Schrader's directorial debut, 'Blue Collar'.
Expect conversation about Schrader's career, kicking in walls, Richard Pryor's stunning performance in this film, The Wire, real-life tales from the set of this film and much more.
Also, be sure to download my guest-spot on the most recent episode of Spocklight where we talk about the 1970s remake of 'Invasion of the Body Snatchers'. Available now from all good pod-catchers!
Following on from our 'Nuts in May' episode, this week Jev and I discuss Mike Leigh's follow-up, 'Abigail's Party'.
In this brief episode I look at three Woody Allen films - Bananas, Everything You Wanted to Know About Sex and Play It Again Sam- in terms of how much they held up on a 2019 rewatch. So in what ways are they dated, are they still funny and how do the allegations made against Allen affect a viewing of these films.
In this episode Jake and I return to the disaster genre with an episode on 'The Towering Inferno', the classic Steve McQueen and Paul Newman vs a big fire film. And thankfully our conversation is shorter than the film.
Continuing our look at the Seven Up documentary series, Kieran and I discuss '21 Up'.
In this short, solo midweek episode I discuss (generally without spoilers) the films 'Marathon Man' (by John Schlesinger) and 'The Night Porter' (by Liliana Cavani).
We watched it so you don't have to: the Star Wars Holiday Special.
In this episode, Kieran and I conclude our 1970s Disney coverage with a fun conversation on the film 'The Aristocats'.
Another return visit to our sister-podcast the SpielbergPod with a discussion from 2015 on Steven Spielberg's epic film, 'Close Encounters of the Third Kind'.
And if you wonder why we don't mention the film 'Arrival' (which would've made a dynamite Companion Piece) it wasn't out at the point of Kieran and I recording this episode. Bloody good film though.
In this episode Paul and I discuss the beautiful and terrifying horror classic by Tobe Hooper, 'The Texas Chain Saw Massacre'.
In this mid-week solo episode I discuss two animated films- 'The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh' and 'Watership Down'.
Grab your popcorn as Kieran and I debate the Mel Brooks comedy 'Young Frankenstein'.
We also try and find a good post-millennium Tim Burton, we discuss the most recent 'Ghostbusters' film and much more.
In this episode Paul and I discuss the British classic 'The Wicker Man' in a conversation filled with singing, punwork and questionable statements about cannibalism.
[Apologies if the sound quality isn't quite as good as usual. There were technical issues with this recording]
In this NSFW solo mini-episode I discuss two genuinely shocking films from John Waters, 'Pink Flamingos' and 'Female Trouble'. You have been warned!
In this episode Kieran and I discuss the fantastic historical-romantic-musical-drama 'Cabaret'.
This week I was delighted to be joined by Rich from the 80s film podcast Betamax Video Club to discuss the Roger Moore 007 classic 'The Spy Who Loved Me'.