This week, we introduce brand new, super sexy special guest Matthew ‘Tepi’ Mclaughlin to help us review, “Raging Bull” style, 2002’s Tongan Ninja. We also have a discussion on the descent of the home-viewing experience, from the mighty Tesco bargain bin to the market-obsessed streaming service. As requested by Tepi himself, please click here for your daily dose of Tongan Ninja.
Intro – Tale of the Tongan Ninja by Jemaine Clement, Bret McKenzie, Stephen Roche & David Donaldson*
Outro – How Deep Is Your Love by Bee Gees
*Not certain about these credits. Please comment with source if incorrect.
This week, with the help of returning guest Joshua Paul Alexander “Brian” Dewhurst, we are taking a step back and reflecting on Philip Ridley’s The Reflecting Skin (spoilers 17:15 – 1:06:39). This episode also sees the return of Quiz Night and features discussions on The Dear Hunter, Snowpiercer, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse and Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood.
This week in our double feature, we are losing both our minds (and our stomachs) over the Spanish thriller The Platform (spoilers: 33:33 – 55:36). We also give a big hand to the Oscar nominated film, I Lost My Body (spoilers: 1:12:25 – 1:29:29) and review our recent film and TV watches, including John Wick, Sunderland Till I Die and Better Call Saul.
Intro – J’ai perdu mon corps by Dan Levy
Outro – Sale Soirée by Dan Levy Feat. L’Ordre Du Périph
In Part 2 of our Leeds International Film Festival Special, we are reviewing the Führer of comedy, Taika Waititi’s Jojo Rabbit (spoilers: 17:55 – 34:33). This is then followed by a review of the surprising festival favourite, System Crasher (spoilers: 50:49 – 1:08:36).
In Part 1 of this special feature, we journey to the Leeds International Film Festival and dive head first into our review of Trey Edward Shults’ Waves (spoilers: 21:41-39:24). This is followed by a review of the South African war drama Moffie (spoilers: 52:08 – 1:02:46) and South Korea’s House of Hummingbird (spoilers: 1:19:12 – 1:28:07).
Intro- Floridada by Animal Collective
Outro- What a Difference a Day Makes by Dinah Washington
This week, better call Film Night to review El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie. (Spoilers: 29:53 – 53:11) We also have another look at Ari Aster’s Hereditary as well as reviewing Bridesmaids and Zombieland: Double Tap.