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.
In a reversal episode it’s a film that is now a TV show as Johnny discovers who Shorty is, and Werner Herzog pops in to catch-up with everyone.
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.
Johnny brings the ruckus with the made-for-TV Doctor Who movie of the mid-90s, and Andrew shows his complete lack of knowledge for the franchise. Will the screws be turned sonically or something?
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?
Just some good ol’ boys, watching movies about TV shows, with more swearing than in cinemas, and nudity for good measure. Johnny’s love of country music may just help sway him on the forgotten blockbuster.
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.
Johnny is a huge Tarantino nerd. Andrew used to live in that world. They get together to discuss Quentin’s past works and watch his latest. Christoph Waltz announces what he loves most, and some big names stop by in a huge episode with a killer twist.
Before the film adaptation arrives, the recorded West End performance DVD is viewed by super-fan Johnny and newbie Andrew. The breakdown of humanity and suavity is revealed.
An early start to Musical Month sees Johnny highlight one of his favourites, a UK horror zombie musical comedy. Andrew can’t quite get a grip before seeing it, will he discover the magic before curtain call?
An abrupt 4-hour ending to Once Upon A Time In month, as Tarantino’s latest is out in the UK weeks after the US, so Andrew and Johnny watch another Sergio Leone film and wonder which Muppet would play which character. Because 4 hours is a long time.
Charles Bronson and Ice-T pop in to bring a little lethargic flavour to this week’s episode, as Andrew and Johnny start to wonder if bedtime stories begin with ‘Once Upon A Time’ for a reason.
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.
Yesterday all our movies seemed so Beatles-based. We take a look at the weird Julie Taymor musical that has all the Beatles songs and maybe a little plot somewhere.
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.
Starting a look at Robert Rodriguez’s iconic franchise, Andrew and Johnny grab their guitar cases, head to Mexico and make plenty of Freddie Mercury jokes.
It’s time for parodies, getting weird and one of Andrew’s all-time favourite jokes, in an episode that examines the difficulties of skit comedy in narrative settings, and what the 80s were for those of us not alive then.
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.