A comedic film review podcast, presented by four states.
Author: Richie Withers
Co-Creator, editor, writer & presenter for Film Night. My preferred film genre is Comedy and I also work as a Web Designer for two online shops: www.gardensandhomesdirect.co.uk www.christmastreesandlights.co.uk
We’ve talked before about Netflix efficiently taking over the World of film & TV, some examples are better than others. After Netflix’s pretty successful year in 2015, I would think it’s safe to say we’re all excited to see how they top it this year. One of the first New Netflix originals of 2016 will be Judd Apatow’s Love, a series comprised of 10 episodes based on a (presumably) romantic relationship between Gus, played by Paul Rust (I Love You, Beth Cooper & Inglorious Basterds) and Mickey (Community). Continue reading “Teaser Trailer: Judd Apatow’s ‘Love’”
Earlier today, the first full trailer for Zoolander 2 was released and I have to say, I’m a lot more optimistic than I was when I first found out about this film. It was probably pretty inevitable that this was going to happen but, I think most people are at a point now where they hear that a film they liked years ago is getting a sequel or a reboot and immediately let out a sigh of exhaustion. I know I am. Continue reading “Zoolander 2: Trailer Thoughts”
Netflix are hitting it pretty hard and fast with their original programming and, let’s face it, they’ve had some pretty unprecedented success since they started with Lilyhammer back in 2012. Throw a stone in a public place and you’ll hit a die-hard fan of House of Cards, Orange is the New Black, BoJack Horseman or Narcos.As of yesterday, Netflix have a brand new sitcom to binge, Master of None. Continue reading “Master of None Season 1 Review”
Earlier in the week, a new poster for Quentin Tarantino’s new western ‘The Hateful Eight’ was released. It was, therefore, predictable that we would soon be treated to a first real trailer for the film Continue reading “The Hateful Eight: New Trailer”