Each week Filibuster looks at the latest in film, pop culture, the festival circuit, and entertainment news. We also interview the talent involved in creating movies, literature, and television made all around the world.

Each week Filibuster looks at the latest in film, pop culture, the festival circuit, and entertainment news. We also interview the talent involved in creating movies, literature, and television made all around the world.


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Each week Filibuster looks at the latest in film, pop culture, the festival circuit, and entertainment news. We also interview the talent involved in creating movies, literature, and television made all around the world.




252 - 'Boys State' Interviews

Life got in the way this week for Dallas and Lee but they bring you an archive interview from their other podcast, The A24 Project with the directors of 'Boys State' -Jesse Moss and Amanda McBaine. This week the film won the Critics Choice Award for Best Political Documentary. 'Boys State' is a documentary film that follows a thousand teenage boys attending Boys state in Texas, coming together to build a representative government from the ground up, from all different political backgrounds,...


251 - 52 Films By Women 2020

Dallas and Lee have watched 200 films directed by women between them in 2020 as they take on the 52 Films by Women challenge once again. They share six films they recommend those taking on the challenge should squeeze in before the end of the year.


250 - Hope For The Future

It's a dark time for the movie industry with multiplexes and independent cinemas shutting across the UK right now and more delays for highly anticipated releases but Lee and Dallas look ahead to what is giving them hope for the future of the industry.


249 - All Night Horror Madness 2020

Kim, Dallas and Lee curiate their own All Night Horror Madness picking films from the slasher, monster, remake/sequel, family friend and science fiction sub genres.


248 - London Film Festival 2020 Review

Dallas and Lee pick their favourite films from the 2020 BFI London Film Festival.


247 - Akira

One of the greatest animated movies of all time, Katsuhiro Otomo's acclaimed and influential ground-breaking anime "Akira" has returned to big screens. Biker Kaneda is confronted by many anti-social elements while trying to help his friend Tetsuo who is involved in a secret government project.


246 - Welcome To Blumhouse's Mireille Enos Interview

Launching on October the 6th is 'Welcome To Blumhouse' on Amazon Prime with four films across two weeks, first up is 'The Lie' and 'Black Box' then 'Evil Eye' and 'Nocturne' on the 13th. Joey King, Peter Sarsgaard and Mireille Enos star in “The Lie,” written and directed by Veena Sud. In 'The Lie', two parents must deal with the grisly aftermath when their teenage daughter confesses to killing her best friend. Lee is joined by Mireille Enos to discuss the making of the 'The Lie', working...


245 - London Film Festival 2020 Preview

Dallas and Lee preview the upcoming 2020 London Film Festival which begins on October 7th.


244 - All Or Nothing: Tottenham Hotspur

Lee is a passionate fan of Tottenham Hotspur and Dallas a neutral and they come together to review the latest All Or Nothing series which focuses on the North London football team. It chronicles a difficult season for the club, beginning with the sacking of Mauricio Pochettino as manager who was replaced by José Mourinho, and focuses on the attempt by Mourinho to guide the team in an ultimately unfulfilling season interrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic.


243 - Netflix's 'Cuties'

Dallas and Lee dive into the controversey surrounding the latest Netflix movie 'Cuties' which has been the subject of a 'Cancel Netflix' campaign from American politicians, conservative provocateurs and QAnon supporters. Directed by Maïmouna Doucouré, 'Cuties' is a French movie that critiques society’s sexualisation of girls. The movie follows an 11-year-old Senegalese girl living in Paris who dreams of joining a local dance clique. She decides to protest her parents’ strict household and...


242 - Venice Film Festival 2020

With COVID bringing so many festivals to a close or going online, it was great relief that the 2020 Venice Film Festival went ahead with Dallas making the trip to Italy to enjoy a range of films. Dallas shares with us his unique experience of attending a festival during this period, the highlights of the festival and sharing his recommendations.


241 - 'Run' Audio Commentary

One of the best films of the year for both Dallas and Lee has been Scott Graham's 'Run' which is now available on digital download and DVD now. To celebrate its release and shine a light on the film after lockdown put a halt to its rollout in cinemas, we've decided to record an audio commentary looking at the making of the film, the fantastic casting, why it resonates with us, the soundtrack and breaking the movie down. 'The daily grind of working in a fish factory has got at 30-something...


240 - 'Tenet' Reaction & DC FanDome

TENET is now beginning to open up around the world and Dallas and Lee share their initial spoiler free reactions to the latest film from Christopher Nolan. They also look at the news and trailers coming out of the DC FanDome event which previewed their upcoming slate of movies from The Batman to Wonder Woman 1984.


239 - Back To The ... Cinema!

Cinemas in the UK are starting to open up again ahead of TENET's release on the 26th of August, Lee shares with Dallas his experience of returning to the cinema as they and audiences adapt to the new normal.


238 - 7 Deadly Sins!

Inspired by the newest podcast on The Nerd Party, The House of Fincher, Dallas is joined by Lee and Kim to pick the seven movies that they would associate with the seven deadly sins of pride, greed, wrath, envy, lust, gluttony, and sloth.


237 - 'Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World' 10th Anniversary

Both Dallas and Lee were stunned to discover that 'Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World' turned 10 years old this summer. Lee and Dallas look back on their first experiences with the film, how its success has grown in the past decade, the recent live table read and share their favourite moments from Edgar Wright's film.


236 - Alice Winocour & Lola Créton Interviews

In a very special episode of Filibuster, Lee Hutchison is joined by two of Frances's finest film talents, writer/director Alice Winocour & actress Lola Créton. Alice Winocour takes us behind the scenes of her upcoming movie 'Proxima' starring Eva Green which will be arriving in UK cinemas on August 31st. Sarah is a French astronaut training at the European Space Agency in Cologne. She is the only woman in the arduous program. She lives alone with Stella, her eight-year-old daughter. Sarah...


235 - Coming Soon To Cinemas & Tenet Delay Reaction

Dallas and Lee look at the overlooked films that are coming soon to UK cinemas as they continue to reopen. We also share our reaction to the news that Tenet is delayed once again but might be opening worldwide ahead of America which broke during our recording.


234 - Best of 2020 So Far

2020 has changed the way we have been watching the latest films with cinemas being in lockdown for months now. Dallas and Lee pick their favourite films of 2020 far and share their recommendations.


233 - The Cornetto Trilogy

Don't skip to the end as Kim, Dallas and Lee dive into the Edgar Wright, Simon Pegg and Nick Frost's Cornetto trilogy of Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz and The World's End.