In this episode Kieran and I discuss the film 'Shampoo', continuing our look at the films of director Hal Ashby.
Along the way we discuss our favourite Sofia Coppola films, we talk 'Boogie Nights', we gossip around the sex lives of Warren Beatty and Carrie Fisher and we question what Olivia Wilde has been in recently.
In this episode I continue #AshbyAugust with a discussion on the Richard Linklater-esque Hal Ashby film 'The Last Detail' which stars Jack Nicholson and-spoiler for my review- is well worth checking out.
In this episode Paul and I discuss Richard Donner's film 'Superman'.
We also discuss the other Superman films such as 'Superman Returns' and 'Man of Steel', Sam Rami's 'Spider-Man' and we also have a bit of a sing.
Oo-de-lally, oo-de-lally, golly - what a pod! Kieran, Paul and I reunite to discuss the Disney classic 'Robin Hood'.
Expect conversation about 'Mama Mia', the Ocean's films, dealing with a mouse infestation, our love of The Lion King and much much more.
In this episode, recorded for the SpielbergPod back in 2015, Paul, Kieran and I discuss the Ridley Scott film 'Alien'.
Expect talk of 'Prometheus', of 'meeting; David Walliams, of the career of Ridley Scott and much much more.
In this episode Jev and I discuss the Bill Murray summer camp comedy 'Meatballs'.
Expect conversation about hockey injuries, the TV show 'Bug Juice', our terrible Sunday league football team from when we were kids and much much more.
On this episode Kieran and I discuss the Hoffman-Streep divorce drama 'Kramer vs, Kramer'.
Amongst other things, we discuss Hoffman's controversial method approach to playing this role, Mrs Doubtfire and whether The Rock could play Ted Kramer.
(Apologies if my voice is a bit croaky, I had a sore throat during this recording session)
Recorded over Christmas, my friend Becky and I break out the sherry to discuss Martin Scorsese's 'Taxi Driver'.
Expect conversation on The Last Jedi (which came out like, a day before we recorded), Alfred Hitchcock's 'Frenzy' (which came out long before we recorded), working in a cinema and much more.
Since Solo is now in cinemas everywhere, this felt like a perfect time for an episode on George Lucas' 1977 film 'Star Wars'.
This episode originally aired on my sister show the SpielbergPod but- in true Lucas style- has been remastered and contains exclusive bonus content (which includes a brief cameo from our friends at JoJCast).
In this episode Kieran and I discuss the film 'Silent Running'.
We also talk about our approach to film criticism, our approach to criticisms of our criticisms as well as chips and gravy, Ducktails and my cat.