We're back with a new episode! This time we look at the Stephen Fry-penned, Roger Allam-starring film The Hippopotamus. We really lean heavily into earning our explicit tag for the podcast on this episode...and by we I mean Sarah. She's got a bit of a mouth on her. Also all the usual larking about ensues. Enjoy!
Better late than never, the Better With Booze Film Club brings you our holiday episode. As 2018 comes to a close, we take a look at The Christmas Chronicles from our friends at Netflix. So pour yourself the last of the eggnog and dig in to some of those cookies you've squirreled away this past week and enjoy! See you all next year!
In our latest episode, Glenn is once again absent. But nevermind, because we have an able stand in in the form of our friend Nate! Nate and Cameron will be appearing together in an upcoming D&D podcast called Let's Table That, and with that tie in, we opted to watch 2000's fantasy adventure film Dungeons and Dragons! Nate and Sarah saw slightly more of the film than Cameron. Also included in this episode is a sneak preview of a recording of Bonus Action! (A Behind the Scenes Look At Let's Table That) in which the BWB Film Club crosses over to Let's Table That and Sarah, Cameron, Glenn, Nate and Josh meander their way through their very own one off Dungeons and Dragons game! So enjoy! And we will be back next week for our holiday episode!
Hey everybody! Sorry for the late post! But it's worth it! We have finally watched a film that has received from us a perfect score! 15/15! Join us as we discuss Spike Lee and Glenn discovers Spike Lee for the first time? It's a good one! Oh also some beer.
Orson Welles releases his final masterpiece 33 years after his death. Now THAT'S magic. On this episode we take a look at Welles' unreleased final film, now released. But still final. For now. So what did we think of it? Tune in and find out!
Hey everybody! We're back with an extra special episode! We're down a Glenn but we've gained a Josh! And Cameron, Sarah and Josh ventured out to the theater for this week, watching the 2018 biopic Bohemian Rhapsody, the story of Queen and Freddie Mercury! But is it Made In Heaven or Stone Cold Crazy? Listen in to find out our opinion! Also for some reason about 50% of this podcast is dedicated to a discussion about candy. Blame it on the post-Halloween blues I guess.
Shakespeare. He's the guy you had to read in school. And everyone loved to hate. But secretly kind of loved. The BWB Film Club tackles its second offering based on the works of the playwright. This time, it's Anthony Hopkins' take on the elderly, drunken, angry, violent and seemingly quite mad King Lear. And the rest of the family...well let's just say the apple doesn't fall far from the old tree (not actually a Shakespeare expression). Did we enjoy this take on the bard's tale? Tune in and find out!
Hey everybody! Welcome to our Halloween episode! As you come down from your sugar highs and desperately wonder why you decided to go as sexy Mitch McConnell this year, tune in to hear our review of the Netflix movie Little Evil. It turns out we have one of our rare disagreements among hosts over a film! Also stay tuned for an exclusive first play of a new song by our friend Dan Zdilla, who also allowed us to use one of his songs as our theme song. Thanks Dan!
It is true to say that a lot of film and television programming for children contain a small (or sometimes large) measure of good old fashioned nightmare fuel. That is certainly true of the offering for this episode. Here we have a children's film that LITERALLY begins with a nightmare. But is that enough to put us off it? Tune in and find out. A special thanks to our Podcast Patron Nate for suggestion this film!
That's right! It's our 100th episode! Sorry it took so long. There were some health issues, some scheduling difficulties and some technical frustrations. We had recorded a throwback episode where we went back and did a bad(ish) movie and then did a look back on our 100 episodes, but alas Sarah's mic didn't record for some reason, so the results, while entertaining, were also unusable. So instead we have this. A relatively normal episode. But by all means, enjoy our time spent with four lovely ladies (I suppose five if you include Sarah).