Andrew has the consumption and Johnny has just finished watching the whole series of Deadwood prior to the movie. But topics focus almost as much on the idea of a Friends movie that would actually work.
Alan Arkin for some reason joins the gang as they watch the Steve Carell-led action comedy farce, and discuss the ever-evolving career of Dwayne Johnson.
This week a Saturday Night Live sketch becomes a full motion picture, will Johnny fall for the mulleted one’s charms? Become obsessed with KFBR392? Will Stallone promote Rambo: Last Blood?
Taking it to the limit one more time, Andrew opens a series on TV-to-Film adaptations with a personal favourite, and hypes Johnny up. Will Johnny become a fiend for Mojitos or will he go so undercover he won’t know which way is up?
What if a kid-starring musical about gangsters starring Dexter Fletcher and MAGA’s own Scott Baio? Johnny brings his childhood to the spotlight and Andrew ponders how chickens can grow old but children cannot.
Bruce Willis takes a paycheck and viewers are greeted with a live-action remake of Naked Bart Simpson Skating. Looking for highlights is a task befitting the best private eyes in cinema.
Once Upon A Month begins with Rodriguez’s epic conclusion to the Mariachi trilogy, as Jim Broadbent offers his take on a reboot.
Andrew is PUMPED to show one of his favourite films, Johnny is PSYCHED to watch Quentin Tarantino act, and Antonio Banderas drops by to talk smouldering intensity.
Christopher Lloyd comes to the studio to talk his favourite film, the 2013 Snowpiercer, released finally in the UK in 2019. The joys of Tilda Swinton, working out untranslated scenes for years and living on a train are the primary focuses of the day.
Andrew didn’t see The Last Jedi when it came to the cinemas in December 2017, but he did hear and read crazy things about the film over the year afterwards. So much so that he wrote what he assumed might be the script to the film based on such hearsay. Now Johnny is putting Andrew’s predictions against the movie for Star Wars day, and you can too!
Happy Mayday! It’s time to step into the ring and take the mantle of the world’s greatest with Will Smith’s big Oscar-hope, whilst discussions veer towards documentaries over biopics and Avengers: Endgame because of course.
What are you wearing? Johnny and Andrew are wearing the faces of two people watching a film nobody has heard of, whilst discussing Andrew’s early press screening experiences and the concept of peanut butter martinis.
Sometimes dead is better, but as a bonus to Stephen King month, podcasting is better. Andrew and Johnny discuss The Wicker Man, pagan rituals, writing notes at the cinema and where they wish to be buried (it is not in a pet sematary).
Finding some fun after an intense month, Johnny and Andrew let off steam with an under-discussed Kevin Smith film, and try to work out who they would cast in the leads a decade on.
Johnny ends Stephen King month with one of his all-time favourite films, just so Andrew can destroy everything in his path. But not before a discussion of the Avengers: Endgame trailer, and thoughts on book-to-film adaptations as a whole.
Stephen King month hits Kathy Bates territory with the ‘other’ King adaptation she starred in. Johnny shares stories of actually reading the book, and Andrew discusses filmmaking in a deeply useless way. Plus jokes.
Johnny takes the reigns with Stephen King month, and Netflix’s dark, gory horror. Cue discussion of film nasty violence, awkward interviews and pitching a second film from another perspective.
Andrew takes Johnny on a comedic journey through an old joke that barely has a punch-line in an episode full of them. Take heed when Ringo Starr drops by to chat, and both hosts attempt to tell their own versions of The Aristocrats.
Johnny takes centre stage as film programmer for this Halloween edition of the podcast, opting for a beloved classic neither host has seen over a horror movie. The witching hour is upon us all.
Bloody Andrew makes Johnny bloody watch a movie he knows bloody nothing about, and Johnny finishes his London Film Festival report in a bloody episode about bloody a lot of bloody things, right.