This week, we’re celebrating a month late with a delayed review of Halloween (2018). We’re also discussing Damien Chazelle’s First Man, The Package, Harry Potter & Fahrenheit 11/9. Random spoilers throughout (sorry!).
Intro: Halloween Theme Main Title by John Carpenter
We’re having a riot this week, as we review Ruben Fleischer’s Venom. Other topics include the loss of Danny Boyle and James Gunn on James Bond and Guardians of the Galaxy, respectively. Gotta get through these quickly though, because Jack’s got a party to get to… Good Jesus.
This week, we try to snapping our fingers to make the Marvel Cinematic Universe cease to exist, as we review Avengers: Infinity War (Spoilers: 25:32 – 50:40). Joe tells us about the time he went to Blackpool to buy some sunglasses…
The Oscars are shit. All film award ceremonies are shit. During our latest episode, we add to this disgusting and pointless circle-jerk by reviewing some of the 2018 Oscar nominees, including Darkest Hour, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri (Spoilers: 56:01 – 1:15:43), Call Me by Your Name, The Greatest Showman and Coco. So sit back and enjoy, we’ll just go and kill ourselves now…
Chewie… We’re home. After a disgustingly long absence, the Film Night crew are proud to present their very own comeback special! Within this special episode, we’re covering some of the bigger films that were released during our time off, including Justice League, Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle and Star Wars: The Last Jedi (Spoilers: 1:11:02 – 1:52:26). We’re also deciding on our best and worst films of 2017 as a lazy, watered-down version of the esteemed Film Night Oscars.
This week, we’re Hela excited to bring you our review of Thor: Ragnarok (Spoilers: 30:49 – 42:20). In our news segment, the headlines are a confirmed title for the Han Solo spin-off and a trailer for Phantom Thread. Other topics to discuss include Snowden, Louis Theroux’s Dark States, Gordon Ramsay on Cocaine, Dumbo, Shark Tale, The LEGO Ninjago Movie, The Exorcist, Tim and Eric’s Billion Dollar Movie and Pulp Fiction.
Intro – Immigrant Song by Led Zeppelin
Outro – Pure Imagination by Gene Wilder, Leslie Bricusse and Anthony Newley
Our weekly ceremonial podcast gathers together once more to review The Ritual (Spoilers: 25:59 – 48:03). In our news segment, the headlines are a full trailer for Star Wars: The Last Jedi and Harvey Weinstein’s recently made public controversies. Other topics to discuss include Louis Theroux: Miami Mega Jail, Fantastic Mr. Fox, Nina Forever, Jack Whitehall: Travels with my Father and A Man Called Ove.
This week, we say everything Denis Villeneuve wants to hear, as we discuss Blade Runner 2049 (Spoilers: 28:16 – 56:15). In our news segment, the headlines are trailers for How to Talk to Girls at Parties and Alex Garland’s Annihilation. Other topics to discuss include the return of The Apprentice, Blade Runner, The Big Lebowski, Austin Powers in Goldmember, Amanda Knox , Catfish, The Founder, Men in Black, Ex Machina, Lilo and Stitch & Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!
This week, Jack is given the opportunity to interview Director, Peter Mackie Burns, about his new film, Daphne. He gives some of the details that went in to making the film, as well as his thoughts on modern cinema in general.
This week, we went to see Kingsman: The Golden Circle and we’re still standing, somehow (Spoilers 29:45 – 1:26:41). In our news segment, the headline is a trailer for Wes Anderson’s Isle of Dogs. Other topics to discuss include Stranger Things, Thor, Garden State, People Just Do Nothing, Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me, The Deer Hunter, W1A and season 4 of Bojack Horseman.
Intro – Saturday Night’s Alright (For Fighting) by Elton John
Outro – Someone Saved my Life Tonight by Elton John
We’re not accepting any guests this week to help us review Darren Aronofsky’s mother! (Spoilers: 24:53 – 53:24, also throughout Quiz Night). In our news segment, the headlines are a new director for Star wars: Episode IX, and trailers for Last Flag Flying & Red Sparrow. Other topics to discuss include Passengers, Green Room, Elle, Doctor Foster, Fargo, High Rise, Sully, Manhattan Night, The Nice Guys, The Aristocats, Peter Pan, The Breakfast Club, Unbreakable and season 3 of Gotham.
Intro – Until the End of the World by Patti Smith
Outro – It’s the End of the World as We Know it (And I Feel Fine) by R.E.M.
This week, send in the clowns for our review of It. In our news segment, the headlines are a trailer for Ladybird and some more Star Wars controversy. Other topics to discuss include Hidden Figures, Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery, The Great British Bake Off, Back and Requiem for a Dream.