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Featuring movie reviews, movie news and interviews with Hollywood stars, The Filum Show stars Mike Sheridan, Dee Molumby and Brian Lloyd from

Featuring movie reviews, movie news and interviews with Hollywood stars, The Filum Show stars Mike Sheridan, Dee Molumby and Brian Lloyd from
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Featuring movie reviews, movie news and interviews with Hollywood stars, The Filum Show stars Mike Sheridan, Dee Molumby and Brian Lloyd from






Christopher Robin & The Equalizer 2 reviewed, Labyrinth revisited, and Idris Elba for James Bond?

On this week's show the gang review the latest Winnie the Pooh movie adaptation 'Christopher Robin' and Denzel Washington's 'The Equalizer 2'. It's 'Labyrinth' for The Revisit and should Idris Elba be the next James Bond?


The Meg reviewed, we give our take on the James Gunn controversy, and we revisit Deep Blue Sea!

The team review Jason Statham's latest blockbuster 'The Meg', we chatted about the changes being made to the Oscars, discussed the possible outcomes for the ongoing controversy boiling between Disney and 'Guardians Of The Galaxy' director James Gunn. This week on The Revisit we talk about the merits of Deep Blue Sea.


Ant-Man and The Wasp reviewed, the latest on James Gunn, and Mission: Impossible revisited!

The gang have their say on Marvel's latest blockbuster 'Ant-Man and The Wasp', discuss the recent developments on the controversy surrounding 'Guardians Of The Galaxy 3', and this week on The Revisit we look back on the original 'Mission: Impossible'.


Mission: Impossible - Fallout reviewed, news from Ryan Reynolds & Jonah Hill's new productions & we revisit The Way Of the Gun!

Mike, Dee, and Brian are all in a fluster following a call from Patrick Wilson but they manage to compose themselves enough to review 'Mission: Impossible - Fallout' and discuss the latest news from 'Mid90s', 'Final Score' and 'Stoned Alone'. This week on The Revisit the gang watch 'Mission: Impossible - Fallout' director Chris McQaurrie's cult hit 'The Way Of The Gun'.


Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again & Hotel Artemis reviewed and we look ahead to On The Basis Of Sex & Mission: Impossible - Fallout

The gang review 'Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again' and 'Hotel Artemis' starring Jodie Foster. We look ahead to Ruth Bader Ginsberg biopic 'On The Basis Of Sex', 'Mission: Impossible - Fallout', and 'Aquaman' and this week on The Revisit we discuss 'Anchorman: The Legend Of Ron Burgundy'.


Incredibles 2 and Skyscraper reviewed, 2018 cinema preview, The Dark Knight revisited

On this week's show, the gang talk about the long-awaited sequel to The Incredibles - the imaginatively-titled Incredibles 2 - and discuss Dwayne Johnson channeling Bruce Willis in the late '80s with Skyscraper. On The Revisit, Brian talks about The Dark Knight ahead of its ten-year anniversary this weekend. Dee, meanwhile, takes us through her ten most-anticipated films of the year, including the sort-of-sequel Halloween, Damien Chazelle's Oscar-friendly biopic First Man, and The Predator...


The First Purge & Mary Shelley reviewed | Top 5 Best & Worst Movies of 2018 | Mystic River revisited

This week we review 'The First Purge', the prequel/fourth instalment in The Purge movie franchise and the 'Mary Shelley' biopic starring Elle Fanning & Douglas Booth. The gang rank our Top 5 Best & Worst Movies of 2018 (so far!), we have news from the next Avengers Movie, and on The Revisit we rewatch Clint Eastwood's psychological thriller 'Mystic River'.


Dublin Oldschool, Adrift, Sicario 2: Soldado reviewed, Top Gun: Maverick news and we revisit Predator

On this week's show, the gang discuss Dublin Oldschool, the acclaimed adaptation of Emmet Kirwan's stage play, Dee talks to Shailene Woodley and Sam Claflin about Adrift, and Brian got to see Sicario 2: Soldado. Not only that, casting news for Top Gun: Maverick gets dissected and everyone goes nuts for the first trailer to Mandy. Meanwhile, on The Revisit, the gang talk about '80s classic Predator because they can't go any more than a week or two without mentioning Shane Black.


Ocean's 8, The Happy Prince, and Kissing Candice reviewed and we revisit Forgetting Sarah Marshall

On this week’s show, the gang talk about the much-anticipated ‘Ocean’s 8’. Is the spin-off of Steven Soderbergh’s beloved Ocean’s trilogy any use? Also up for review are two films of Irish interest – ‘The Happy Prince’, starring Rupert Everett as the poet and playwright Oscar Wilde, and ‘Kissing Candice’ from Irish director Aoife McArdle. There is a very exciting shout-out to the Filum Show from one of the trio's favourite celebrities, and in the Revisit, Mike considers why comedy...


Hereditary and Super Troopers 2 reviewed, The Goonies revisited

On this week's show, the gang talk arthouse horror and possible Oscar contender 'Hereditary', starring Toni Collette and Gabriel Byrne as a dysfunctional family with some dark, twisted secrets lurking just beneath the surface - and in a complete 180, the follow-up to early '00s stoner comedy 'Super Troopers'. Dee talks about some of the greatest horrors of the past twenty years and Brian revisits 'The Goonies' on the week of its 30th anniversary.


Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom reviewed, Jeff Goldblum interviewed, Monster Squad revisited

On this week's show, Dee and Brian discuss and dissect 'Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom' whilst Mike talks to Jeff Goldblum about jazz, Imelda May and being famous forever. The gang also talk about new trailers out this week, including 'Suspiria', 'Widows' and 'Bumblebee', and '80s action-monster-comedy 'Monster Squad' is revisited.


Book Club and My Friend Dahmer reviewed, Ron Howard interviewed, Speed revisited

On this week's show, the gang review Book Club, My Friend Dahmer and Netflix's latest comedy movie, Ibiza. Ron Howard talks to Brian about Solo: A Star Wars Story and this week's Revisit is the '90s action classic Speed.


Solo: A Star Wars Story and The Breadwinner reviewed, Zodiac revisited

On this week's show, Solo: A Star Wars Story and The Breadwinner are up for review as well as a roundup of this week's movie news and Brian talks about attending the junket for Solo: A Star Wars Story. Meanwhile, on The Revisit, David Fincher's true crime opus - Zodiac - is up for discussion.


Deadpool 2 reviewed, The Town revisited

Deadpool 2 is up for review on this week's show, with Mike and Brian taking umbrage with Dee's 3.5 star review on site. Meanwhile, Boston-set heist thriller The Town is the topic of this week's Revisit and we also talk about people's worst experiences in cinema - one of which involved somebody eating cereal.


The Filum Show Blockbuster Special

In our first special episode, we're previewing the biggest blockbusters still to come in 2018 as well as dissecting blockbusters past, not to mention finding out what readers think of blockbusters from the '70s, '80s, '90s and '00s. Did we say blockbuster too many times? Probably.


Bonus Episode - Chris Kelly, director of A Cambodian Spring, talks to Dee making his first documentary and taking years to make it

In a bonus episode this week, Dee talks to Chris Kelly, the director of A Cambodian Spring, a new documentary that follows the story of three people caught up in the chaos of land rights in modern Cambodia. Chris took almost six years to make the documentary and discusses the process with Dee and why it took so long.


Tully and I Feel Pretty reviewed, Moulin Rouge revisited

On this week's show, Mike returns from his holidays and the gang talk Jason Reitman's latest partnership with Diablo Cody, Tully, and Amy Schumer's latest effort, I Feel Pretty. On top of that, Dee leads The Revisit this week and talks Baz Luhrmann's Moulin Rouge.


Benedict Cumberbatch & Russo Brothers interviewed, Infinity War and Delinquent Season reviewed, L.A. Confidential revisited

On this week's show, the gang (sans Mike, who's off on holidays - or is he?) talk Irish drama The Delinquent Season, uber-blockbuster Avengers: Infinity War as well as interviewing its directors, Joe & Anthony Russo, and Doctor Strange himself, Benedict Cumberbatch. Not only that, noir L.A. Confidential gets revisited and Dee dissects the new Venom trailer.


Guernsey Literary And Potato Peel Society and The Cured reviewed, Misery revisited

On this week's show, the gang discuss the film that'll likely go down in history as one of the worst names yet imagined - The Guernsey Literary And Potato Peel Society - and Irish zombie post-apocalypse thriller The Cured, whilst Stephen King's Misery is up for the revisit.


Rampage, Making The Grade, and Truth Or Dare reviewed, When Harry Met Sally revisited

On this week's show, the gang talk about Dwayne Johnson's latest blockbuster Rampage, Irish musical documentary Making The Grade, and Blumhouse horror Truth Or Dare, and revisit When Harry Met Sally as suggested by listeners!