The most violent Rambo movie ever, and the most violent podcast ever. So much dead air, every joke is a bomb. When you're pushing, podcasting's as easy as breathing.
Andrew and Johnny discuss Kong: Skull Island for way too long before focussing on the movie where John Rambo helps fight Charlie Wilson's War, and a man is tortured by being lifted up and down and up and down again. Thrilling.
Johnny and Andrew return with Rambo Month, 5 weeks of Sylvester Stalllone impressions and many killings. Except in First Blood, where Brian Dennehy wants to stop Rambo walking over a bridge.
It's the most glamorous night in Hollywood and Johnny & Andrew invite you to experience all the pre-show/post-show talk from the 89th Academy Awards in podcast form. Will La La Land sweep? Will Moonlight get a handjibber of a night? Will Warren Beatty admit that Rules DO Apply? Yes.Media files 309740397-user-938964581-bonus-oscar-special-2017.mp3 (MP3 Audio, 42.5 MB)
Johnny is away so Andrew reveals why we're not on this February, and with a very special guest he announces March's special movie month.
Johnny is seeking the life of cool within Cameron Crowe's extended comic drama, and Andrew actively tries to remind us all that we'll never, ever be cool. And that's ok.
January settles in to a natural state of weird with Charlie Kaufman's directorial debut. Listen as Johnny's head slowly melts and Andrew explains a whole tonne of the insanity within the masterful drama.
Johnny gets to choose a film this time, and Andrew doesn't know anything about it. Will he want to know anything when the credits finally finish? Find out!
As the year ends, Johnny and Andrew step in for an emergency in-cinema episode where they watch Will Smith be haunted by Helen Mirren as Death, and bad scripts as his career runs around in dwindling circles, with new film Collateral Beauty. Yay?
Well, it's finally over, but Andrew and Johnny celebrate the end of the worst year of all time by talking about the films of the show so far.
Andrew and Johnny turn to the cold heart of winter on the start of advent, and the story of 1900s thief, model ship sailor, horse dog rider and somehow 2014 Hugo Cabret enthusiast Peter Lake and his floppy hair in this masterpiece.
Cranksgiving comes to a boil when the turkey comes home to roost, and by that I mean Jason Statham's shoving guns where the sun don't shine. Let's be thankful for badass cockney geezers.
Happy Cranksgiving, the most important holiday in any angry London action movie star's calendar. To celebrate, we're watching the first in the best franchise never finished. Next week? Yup, the sequel.
It IS a mall movie. There's a mall scene in it. It counts. Johnny watches it for the first time. Finally. A perfect way to distract us all from the realities of politics.