Episode 18: San Andreas / Tea for Two / The Prey / 6otW: Cinema Experiences

On this episode of the show a duo becomes a what is the best binary option trading platform trio as producer Connor steps up to the mic to join Paul and Pete in discussing box office heavyweights San Andreas and Tomorrowland, the (unnecessarily) remade Poltergeist, quintessentially-British short Tea for Two, and horror short The Prey. They also find time to run down 6 of the Worst Cinema Experiences.

Episode 16: Avengers: Age of Ultron / Mark Brennan & Carl Austin / Summer Blockbuster Preview

On this episode of the show Paul and Pete review box office behemoths Avengers: Age of Ultron and Fast and Furious 7, as well as indie binary trade option doc Harmontown, Ana Lily Amirpour’s visually arresting A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night, and Irish horror The Canal. In the middle section of the show they sit down with Mark Brennan and Carl Austin of Pork Chop Pictures to discuss their hotly-anticipated short Tea for Two starring British national treasure John Challis. Finally, The Strangers run through another 6 of the Best. This week: Most Anticipated Summer Blockbusters.

Outward Film Network – An Introduction

Outward FN

In his recent podcast based upon the business of film, Mark Kermode interviews both producers and directors who have experienced the film industry first hand. One person he interviews is Matthew Vaughn, producer of Lock Stock & Two Smoking Barrels and director of recent mainstream hits such as Kick Ass and X-Men: First Class. It doesn’t take too long into the podcast before Matthew Vaughn shares his opinions of the British Industry, or as he puts it the “lack of a British Film Industry”. Continue reading

Hully Gully


Do you remember the mix tape? I remember the mix tape. The stress: Fingers at the ready – “Nobody – loves…” GET READY TO PAUSE “No one-un” – “Oooh ooh oooh oo oo, Especiall-“ PAUSE! Oh dammit!! Rewind a millisecond. STOP. Play “oooh oo”- rewind a millisecond. STOP. Play – “No one-un” STOP. Phew. New tape: 3, 2, 1 – PLAY-RECORD and repeat until you die. Or they invent MP3; same difference. Continue reading

The Duke of Burgundy


‘A woman who studies Moths and Butterflies tests her relationship with her lover’

Cinema in the day time is a rare luxury. It’s quiet, and spacious and full of people who really want to see the film. Maybe I’m spoilt but having been to press screenings of films in the last few years, I now find that watching a film with ordinary plebs to be a noisy, restless experience. That’s right – plebs. Not you, of course, all the others. Continue reading