On this week's show, Marc & Ian board a boat to meet a big old monkey with Kong: Skull Island and drunkenly slap each other whilst discussing Catfight. There's also trailers, What We Watched and some lovely tangents.
On this week's show we are joined once again by Noel Mellor as we take on probably Marc's most anticipated film of the year, Logan. We also pay tribute to Bill Paxton with a look at his rather underseen One False Move and we also discuss Trailers, What We Watched and what it's like to taste a Nintendo Switch game card. Because Ian's an idiot.
Our new monthly spin-off show continues as Noel Mellor joins Marc & Ian to give each other films and discuss.
This month, Marc gives Noel an early Ryan Gosling starrer, with a rare lead role for David Morse, The Slaughter Rule, Noel gives Ian the Gerard Johnson directed low-fi Brit horror Tony: London Serial Killer and Ian gives Marc the Sundance hit which performed like shit at the box office, Me and Earl and the Dying Girl.
On this week's show, we have contrasts. We are joined by Awards Correspondent Bradley Porter to talk Oscars, which includes Ian inarticulately trying to make points and genuinely not trying to cause offence, and we also talk about the majesty of John Wick: Chapter 2.
On this week's thrilling instalment, Marc asks Ian to take him to the Red Room, Ian tells Marc not to go to fast then just does it anyway as they get Dakota Johnson'd by Fifty Shades Darker. Also, the news regarding the new Halloween film is discussed and there's a solid load of What We Watched including Jackie, Live By Night and The Autopsy of Jane Doe,
Apologies for the lateness, hotel wifi isn't the best for uploading podcasts...
This week Marc & Ian take a look at all the Resident Evil films and openly wonder why they're doing it. In fairness, there's some acceptable stuff in amongst some utter trash here.
A little bit of What We Watched is also done including Ian's thoughts on The Lego Batman Movie.
On this week's show, Marc & Ian review Trainspotting 2 alongside the Twitter Poll winners out of Boyle's back catalogue, don't worry Ian doesn't get to bang on about Sunshine, with his first two features, Shallow Grave & Trainspotting. Do these titans of Britflicks hold up? There's also a bit of Oscar talk and some very brief What We Watched.
On this week's show we enter the Xander Zone and the Stone... Area with a look at the most 00's franchise to still be kicking, the xXx films.
We also discuss trailers and some What We Watched.
Apologies for the lateness of this one folks, had to cancel the previous week's recording, however this is a beast.
It's year end review time guys with our Top and Bottom Ten's of the year with added Surprises and Disappointments. We also do full reviews of two of the films in both of our top tens.
In this week's thrilling installment, Marc & Ian disagree on the merits of Passengers, don't disagree on the merits of It's A Wonderful Life and discuss how monetisation of podcasts is fine unless it's their own show. All this plus a bit of Trailer Talk and a nice chunk of What We Watched.