Ash, Dan, Rob and Becky are back once again sans Renegade Master but with a whole bunch to talk about. We look at the new trailer for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, gush over An American Werewolf in London, tweview The Boxtrolls and A Most Wanted Man before launching into our main review of British feel-good flick, Pride.
Ash, Dan and Becky are flung together in the kitchen of Flicktowers with a couple of beers and a lot of movies to talk about. The London Film Festival, Next Goal Wins and Killers make up our week in Flicktalking whilst tweviews come in the shape of Sex Tape, Before I Go to Sleep and They Came Together. The team get incredibly frustrated with the return of ‘What’s in the Box?’ but are soon back to merry spirits with our main review of The Guest.
Ash, Rob and Becky return from a week off with an episode ram packed with new releases. The team talk Obvious Child, Night Moves and Two Days, One Night, tweview Let’s Be Cops and Sin City – A Dame to Kill For before appraising the latest found footage bonanza, As Above, So Below.
And who will volunteer as tribute in this weeks….HUNGER GAAAAAAAAAAMES?
Ash, Dan, Rob and Becky return in the latest episode of the podcast which includes thoughts on Ti West’s piracy letter, Tim’s Vermeer, tweviews of The Congress and The Expendables 3 before we discuss David Michod’s Australian thriller, The Rover.
Ash, Dan, Rob and Becky return with an episode tinted in sadness by the passing of Robin Williams.
We eulogise the great man in our own way, talk All This Mayhem, Beyond Clueless and The Babadook before our feature review of The Inbetweeners 2.
Ash, Dan, Rob and Becky return after a lengthy absence but now based in a brand new HQ!
This week we check out four of the films released over the summer that we all fell a bit in love with, Dan and Rob tweview Mood Indigo and Step Up 5, all before our feature review of the highly anticipated Guardians of the Galaxy.
Ash, Dan, Rob and Becky tackle a busy week of independent releases. We review the indie-drama The Dirties, tweviews arrive in the shape of Fruitvale Station, Cheap Thrills and I Declare War before our main review of 22 Jump Street.
Oh yeah, there’s also a brand new game and details of how to win a bumper box of flicktalking prizes at the end of 2014!