In this episode me and my friend Jake discuss the Paul Newman/ Robert Redford classic, 'Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid'.
In this mid-week solo episode I discuss two legit classics set in and around World War 2, 'The Great Escape' (with Steve 'Bullet' McQueen and Sir Richard 'Jurassic Park' Attenborough) and 'The Sound of Music' (starring Dame Julie 'Mary Poppins' Andrews and Christopher 'Up' Plummer).
Along the way I touch of the British love of losers, I repeatedly use the phrase 'Blind Blofeld' and I imagine a brief crossover between these two films.
In this episode Kieran and I discuss gluten-free dining in Italy, patriotism (or lack thereof), the Fast and the Furious films, the Miss Congeniality films, Brexit, the 1966 World Cup, Alexa and... oh, and the film 'The Italian Job'. Staring Michael bloody Caine.
In this episode Kieran and I discuss the Mel Brooks film 'The Producers'.
Along the way we discuss the remake of the film (with Ferris Bueller, Kill Bill and guy from The Birdcage), the TV shows Curb Your Enthusiasm and It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia, the films of Uma Thurman (noting her inability to wink) and much much more.
In this episode me and Jev discuss the film 'Blow-Up.'
Along the way we discuss mimes, the ethics or photography and whether or not this is a legitimately good film.
In this episode Jev and I discuss the 60's classic 'Bonnie and Clyde'.
We also talk choc ices, 'Lock Stock...', the best episode of E.R. ('Hell and High Water') and walking on the Isle of Wight.
In this solo mid-weeker I discuss two British films- 'Saturday Night, Sunday Morning' and 'Kes'.
You can expect a swear-free discussion of these two movies, one from the start of the decade (1960) and one from the end (1969) as well as a plethora of ERRP's trademark features.
In this episode we talk John le Carré, specifically the 1960 film adaptation of his book 'The Spy Who Came In From the Cold' but also about some of the other adaptations of his work (including 'The Night Manager' and 'Tinker Taylor Soldier Spy').
In this episode Paul and I discuss the next James Bond film, 'Thunderball'.
Along the way we say goodbye to Roger Moore, discuss the idea of a Canadian 007, we talk about watching Tom Jones at Reading (17 years ago!) as well as eating caviar and lots more.
In this episode Paul and I discuss the 1960 film adaptation of HG Wells' book, 'The Time Machine.'
Along the way we discuss Sliders, Back to the Future, Futurama, the X-Men, The Matrix and a lot more.
In this episode me and Paul break out the Kubrick and discuss the filmmakers Cold War comedy 'Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb'.
In this episode Paul and I discuss the Disney film 'The Sword in the Stone' about the childhood of King Arthur.
Along the way we talk about the recent Guy Ritchie film about King Arthur as well as John Boorman's 'Excalibur', 'Aladdin', the classic BBC TV show 'Blackadder' and the trailer for 'The Force Awakens'. We also talk about squirrel sex.
In this short, swear-free, solo episode I discuss two films (both currently available on Netflix UK). Those films are 'In the Heat of the Night' and 'To Kill a Mockingbird', two multi-Oscar winning films tackling racial tension in Southern USA.
These films are discussed spoiler free with a smattering of features for your entertainment.
Continuing our coverage of the James Bond films, Kieran and I discuss the 007 classic 'Goldfinger'.
Along the way we discuss KFC, the Southend Pleasure Pier, Switzerland, 'the special relationship' and somehow we even find time to talk about films.
Expect songs and smut in equal measure.
In this episode me and Kieran discuss the first Beatles movie- 'A Hard Day's Night'.
Along the way we discuss the lives (and deaths) of the Fab Four, we talk us doing karaoke, Spiceworld, the Superman films and we attempt political balance.
In this solo podcast I talk (spoiler-free!) about the David Lean film 'Lawrence of Arabia'.
Expect talk of Star Wars, Brokeback Mountain and the director Christopher Nolan.
With guest Recastarama contributions from my friend Paul (past and future guest on the show) and Empire Magazine editor, Chris Hewitt.
In this episode Jake and I discuss the film 'Easy Rider'.
Along the way we talk about the chaotic making of this movie, school dinners, haircuts, Kevin Smith's 'Clerks' and much more.
In this episode Jake and I discuss the film 'Cool Hand Luke'.
Along the way we discuss OJ Simpson, sun tan lotion, 'The Shawshank Redemption', the crazy world of Shia LeBeouf, speed-eating, whether Paul Newman is cooler than Steve McQueen and we talk eggs. We talk about eggs a lot.
In this short solo episode I discuss the film 'A Bout de Souffle'' (known internationally as 'Breathless').
Along the way I discuss La Nouvelle Vague (the French New Wave) and it's importance to Hollywood. Oh, and I mispronounce lots of French words.
In this episode me and Kieran discuss the film 'West Side Story'.
Along the way we discuss other musicals (as well as the Zac Efron film '17 Again'), we talk New York on film, the TV shows 'Twin Peaks' & Australian soap 'Neighbours' and we compare the movie to 'The Warriors'.
We also sing quite a bit. But you already knew that, right?
In this episode Kieran and I discuss the film 'Midnight Cowboy'.
Along the way we discuss the career of Matthew Mcconaughey, the talent of Dustin Hoffman, the poor choices of John Voight, the TV show Legion and we work out the first four series of Midnight Cowboy- the TV show.
In this episode me and Campbell discuss the James Bond film, 'From Russia With Love'.
Along the way we discuss Inspector Gadget, Austin Powers, we talk about Twilight Zone: The Movie and we struggle to work out if Alicia Vikander has been a Bond girl.
Also: accents and impressions!
In this episode me and Campbell discuss the film 'Peeping Tom'.
Along the way we discuss the seedier side of London, we compare the movie to serval Hitchcock films (Psycho/ Rope/ Frenzy), we also talk about blind women playing cards and discuss a horror classic neither of us had seen before.
In this episode me and Kieran discuss the film 'Alfie'.
Along the way we do a lot of bad Michael Caine impressions, we discuss London, chips & gravy and we even have a brief Lily Allen sing-along.
In this episode me and Kieran discuss the British documentary 'Seven Up!', the first in a series of documentaries which pick up with the same individuals every seven years.
In keeping with the documentary we discuss class, race and education. But don't worry, we also find time to have plenty of laughs along the way.