Jeremy is accompanied by Ed Bloomer for a discussion on 1986 British comedy Clockwise, starring an ensemble cast led by John Cleese. As they go, they touch on such subjects as Ritz Video, Christmas Night movies, Keanu Reeves and the Hollywood career of Geoffrey Palmer.
Jeremy is joined by Chris Arnsby for a festive discussion of 1974 Canadian horror classic Black Christmas, as part of a seasonal fireside chat including such topics of interest including Sir David Cronenberg, piano crime, The Laughing Policeman and trying to get Jeremy's mum to watch Dawn of the Dead.
Jeremy is joined by Ed Bloomer to discuss Stanley Kubrick's last film Eyes Wide Shut, with digressions reaching such subjects as Hawkins Bazaar, the colour of bedclothes, the jigsaw theory of audience engagement and the Secret Ruler of the World.
Jeremy is brought out of his six-month hibernation by Chris Arnsby in time for this mini-episode, which precedes a new run of Cinema Limbo from next week. In the meantime, Jeremy explains where he's been, pitches the next Bond film and reviews the Godfather Trilogy, while Chris bemoans listmakers' obsession with death.
Chris Arnsby and Jeremy explore the 2015 superhero adventure Fantastic Four, in a packed episode that takes in Superman's rainbow powers, the Midvale School for the Gifted, Max Landis and SCENE MISSING.
Jeremy is joined by Amy Parr-Young to discuss the 1989 James Bond adventure Licence to Kill, with a conversation that takes in topics including handsome henchmen, crustacean compassion, Bruce Forsyth and Destroyed in Seconds.
Jeremy and Chris Arnsby get lost in the Outback discussing the 2004 Australian drama Japanese Story, starring Toni Collette. Be warned that the podcast contains heavy spoilers from the start, and listeners are very strongly recommended to watch the film first.
Chris Arnsby joins Jeremy to discuss the 1987 comedy adventure Ishtar, starring Warren Beatty and Dustin Hoffman, in a conversation touching on such diverse subjects as Ted Bovis, Paul McCartney, Transformer fatigue and hilarious subversions.
Ed Bloomer returns to help Jeremy discuss the 2010 science fantasy sequel TRON Legacy, with a heated discussion that takes in subjects including two-minute dancing, anti-helmet bias and David Frost.
Here's an article about the unproduced third TRON film, from an interview with director Joseph Kosinski from March this year.
And here's the article offering a counter-argument to the film's politics regarding the freedom of information.
Jeremy returns for a new year and is joined by Chris Arnsby for a review of the last year's new releases. Listen in to discover the secret genius of Dan Brown, the importance of good diction, which film only Chris saw and find out what Jeremy sounds like when he's really cross.
See below for a playlist of previous best film winners!
Chris Arnsby joins Jeremy to watch the 1967 musical Doctor Dolittle, starring Rex Harrison and several thousand animals. Listen in as they touch on such subjects as Harry Enfield, V for Vendetta, The Perishers and the worst man in the world.
Tilt Araiza joins Jeremy for the 2012 science fantasy John Carter, based on the books by Edgar Rice Burroughs, with the conversation covering such pressing issues as Austrian pop music, the Mister Men, defunct ITV regions and the other, other Ghostbusters.
Jeremy and Chris Arnsby present a commentary for the 1966 horror anti-classic Manos: The Hands of Fate, intended for listening while playing the film via home video or online. Join them as they uncover the Cocktail Party of the Damned, David Niven's shoulders and lashings of waldorf salad.
Ed Bloomer joins Jeremy to watch, sight unseen, the 2004 British horror film Creep, starring Franka Potente and Sean Harris. Their discussion covers such broad topics as train whimsy, Downton Abbey and Sammy's Super T-Shirt.
Jeremy and Chris Arnsby commemorate the season with the 1983 horror Halloween III: Season of the Witch, co-written and produced by John Carpenter. Topics under discussion include the inventor of modern television, the vanished Carry On film, Terry Wogan - mass murderer, the joke too dirty for Blazing Saddles and Admiral Horatio Pumpkinhead.
Jeremy and his good friend Amanda make a second attempt to discuss Safe, the 1995 psychological drama starring Julianne Moore and directed by Todd Haynes, with their conversation taking in subjects including Ray Bradbury, Ellen DeGeneres, having your eyes tested and the Pyramid Man of Charing Cross Road.
Amy Parr-Young joins Jeremy for a chat about 1974 oceanic thriller Juggernaut, directed by Richard Lester and featuring an all-star cast, with the conversation covering such subjects as Hi-De-Hi!, the perfect cure for seasickness and Jeremy's Roy Kinnear fan fiction.
Jeremy is joined by Amy Parr-Young to discuss the 1999 comic horror Ravenous, starring Guy Pearce and Robert Carlyle, with the conversation taking in such topics as Black Mirror, religious cults and pulled pork sandwiches.