Ash, Dan and Rob unite for the last ever regular episode of Flicktalking. Rob talks crazy crossover rumours, Ash tackles the Lords of Dogtown and Dan leads us on a look forward to 2015. Our sole tweview sees us return to Middle Earth for the last time with The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies before our feature review of the highly rated, Ida.
Ash, Dan and Rob return to talk Terminator, Wolf, End of year list gripes and a ton of new releases before returning to the depths in the Jude Law starring submarine thriller, Black Sea.
Ash, Dan and Rob return with a streamlined episode featuring Top 10 tantrum’s, Universal monsters and wicked jazz drums. Our sole tweview arrives in the shape of Horrible Bosses 2 before Dan and Rob review the debut big-screen outing of the Peruvian bear, Paddington.
Ash, Dan and Rob return from a week off to bring you a bumper episode including look-backs on The Imitation Game, The Drop and What We Do In the Shadows. Rob talks Jurassic World, Dan gets behind the Bechdel Test and Ash brings an early review of Dumb and Dumber To. We then move on to our feature review of The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1.
Ash, Rob and Becky are back and in Becky’s case it will be for the last time as she moves on to big and bright things. Its a bumper episode this week with tweviews of The Skeleton Twins and Leviathan, Ash gets angry in the Week in Flicktalking, Becky gets creative and Rob monologues before our huge review of Christopher Nolan’s divisive Interstellar.
Ash, Dan, Rob and Becky return in the latest episode of the podcast which includes thoughts on Radio 1’s re-scoring of Drive, Space Station 76, the new Furious 7 trailer and Finding Vivian Meier. There are tweviews of Horns and Mr. Turner before we discuss the highly anticipated Jake Gyllenhaal vehicle, Nightcrawler.
Ash, Rob and Becky are in the wars this week. Rob meets a WolfCop, Ash makes Contact, Becky’s feeling short and that’s before we even get to the game! There are tweviews of The Babadook, The Book of Life and This Is Where I Leave You, before our main review of David Ayer’s Fury.