Episode 161: I’m Thinking of Ending Things

This week, we are thinking of ending friendships as we review Charlie Kaufman’s new film, I’m Thinking of Ending Things (spoilers: 22:20 – 1:28:04). We also discuss the plethora of films we have been watching over the week including Gemini Man, Daphne and Sexy Beast. In addition to this, Knives Out raises its head just one last time!

Music:

Intro – Elephant Music by Croon

Outro – Lonely Room by Jesse Plemons

Episode 160: Tenet

We’re sorry.

Things don’t always go the way we plan so,

This episode is very late,

Which is why,

It’s obvious we spend too much time making clever descriptions,

Because our review of Tenet is what’s important,

We apologise if you read this backwards.

 

(Spoilers: 51:59 – 1:18:16). Also returning for further heated discussion is the much disputed Knives Out, as well as  Zodiac, Wu-Tang Clan: Of Mics and Men, Karate Kid and A Beautiful Mind.

Episode 159: Cold War

This week, we’re battling over Cold War (spoilers: 37:11 – 1:07:24). We also discuss recent watches, including Three Identical Strangers, BrassicI May Destroy You, Oldboy and Oldboy (2013).

 

Music:

Intro –  Dwa Serduszka by Joanna Kulig and Marcin Masecki

Outro – Is You Is or Is You Ain’t My Baby? by Dinah Washington

Episode 157: Tenacious D in The Pick of Destiny

This week, our four tight compadres sat down to review Tenacious D in The Pick of Destiny. Also up for discussion was the latest episodes of Rick and Morty, Man Like Mobeen and What We Do In The Shadows.

Music:

Intro – Classico by Tenacious D

Outro – Pick of Destiny by Tenacious D

 

Episode 156: Rosemary’s Baby

For the first time in three years, the Film Night gang are back under one roof, performing their weekly ritual with a review of Rosemary’s Baby (spoilers: 17:58 – 1:03:52). We also discuss the group’s other watches including Gummo, Bowling for Columbine, The Wrestler and Nirvanna the Band the Show.

Music:

Intro – Rosemary’s Lullaby by Krzysztof Komeda

Outro – Last Kiss by Pearl Jam

Episode 155: Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs and Shaw

This week, we discuss Fast and Furious Presents: Hobbs and Shaw (no spoilers, but we do discuss plot details: 38:46 – 57:22) and we are joined again by special guest, Matthew Patrick “Chives” Cartmell. We also revisit some Film Night favourites such as Spaced and It Comes At Night, as well as reviewing recent watches including A Girl at my Door, The Goonies and I Am Legend.

Intro: Better as One by The Heavy

Outro: Time in a Bottle by Jim Croce

 

Episode 154: Atlantics

This week, we’re here to lift your spirits with our review of Atlantics (spoilers: 23:22 – 49:01). Also up for discussion is Will Ferrell’s latest film Eurovision, as well as The Handmaiden, Backbeat and a bit of a documentary debate featuring the works of Louis Theroux and Michael Moore.

Music:

Intro – Body Double by Fatima Al Qadiri

Outro – Jaja Ding Dong by Will Farrell and Molly Sandén

Episode 152: Da 5 Bloods

This week, Da 4 Bloods have come together to review Spike Lee’s latest film, Da 5 Bloods (spoilers: 42:27 – 1:16:20). Also up for discussion are some of our most recent watches including Midnight Run, Babel and Shoplifters.

Music:

Intro- Time Has Come Today by The Chambers Brothers

Outro- What’s Going On by Marvin Gaye

Episode 151: Flushed Away

This week, some of us are going potty for our new guest, William Neil “Barry” Blackburn’s favourite film Flushed Away, and some of us can’t help dumping on it. We also discuss the highly topical idea of censorship in film and media, as well as reviewing sports documentary The Last Dance, the Alien Saga and revisiting Tiger King.

Music:

Intro – Bohemian Like You by The Dandy Warhols

Outro – Proud Mary by Tina Turner

Episode 150: Citizen Kane

This week, the film review moguls are celebrating their 150th episode by taking on one of the most highly regarded films of all time, Citizen Kane (Spoilers: 39:45 – 1:11:31). We’re also treating you loyal listeners to a fun Film Night themed quiz as well as a discussion on our personal desert island films.