That's not a knife, and neither is this - it's a podcast! And on this podcast Jev and I discuss 'Wake in Fright' (AKA 'Outback'), an engaging but shocking Australian film about a teacher's nightmare-ish trip into rural Australia.
You can expect a tonne of questionable Australian impressions but discussion surrounding the kangaroo hunting sequence, the sexuality of the main character and whether or not that character is raped.
In this episode I wrap up my 1970s Martin Scorsese coverage with some thoughts on his films 'New York, New York', 'The Last Waltz' and 'American Boy: A Profile of Steven Prince'.
Expect mentions of 'La La Land', 'This Is Spinal Tap' and 'Pulp Fiction', three films heavily influenced by today's batch of Scorsese's.
In this episode Campbell and I wrap up our 1970s James Bond coverage with a fun discussion on 'Live and Let Die' starring Roger Moore.
Along the way we discuss New Orleans, the world's most boring boat chase, the grim reality of Konaga's death and David Blaine in a box.