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.
In the start of a new venture for the show, we are very pleased to welcome Noel Mellor on board as co-host of a spin-off show, Playing It Forward.
Each month, one of us buys an iTunes film for one of the others and pray they like it. Under discussion this month is Andrew Davis' The Fugitive, Guillame Canet's Tell No One... and Paul WS Anderson's Pompeii.
On this week's episode, we're pleased to be joined again by Star Wars Action News' Steve Nixon for a rather large review of Rogue One - A Star Wars Story. There's also some trailer discussion and a little bit of What We Watched.
Life slightly gets in the way on this show as Ian and Marc rush through a show, all Ian's fault, they discuss Trailers, What We Watched and one of this year's holiday themed entries, Office Christmas Party.
A longer show is coming tomorrow with a review of Rogue One.
On this week's thrilling instalment, Marc & Ian watch Miles Teller get beaten up by people and cars in Bleed For This, talk trailers, the recent backlash against the Sight & Sound Best Of 2016 list and a hell of a lot of What We Watched.
On a longer than usual show (thanks to Ian's daughter for going to sleep before he started recording so he didn't need to look after her), Marc & Ian take a trip to Casablanca and wonder if Robert Zemeckis blushes when he sees people doing it in Allied. Trailers are also discussed, Twitter questions answered and a metric fuckton of What We Watched is discussed.
On this week's episode, Marc doesn't want to watch Fantastic Beasts so Ian & he check out Paul Schrader's latest Dog Eat Dog instead. Oh dear.
There's also Trailers and a bumper crop of What We Watched including Kevin spacey as a cat, a Geena Davis triple and... Fantastic Beasts & Where To Find Them.
On the first of two episodes this week, Marc & Ian get lost in language with sci-fi drama Arrival, see if Kevin James can avoided falling down in True Memoirs of an International Assassin and get ready to rock with the Oasis documentaty Supersonic. All of this in a show which originally had a load of political stuff in it then realised you've probably heard enough already.
*Note Ian was recording this episode on a shitty tablet and the subsequent audio quality from his end means he won't again. Apologies in advance.
On this week's show, Marc & Ian get stylish as they talk one of the more surprisingly horror centric films of the year, Tom Ford's Nocturnal Animals as well as a big bunch of trailers and a bumper What We Watched including recent LFF entry The Ghoul and some classic David Fincher.
On this week's show, Marc & Ian are joined by Noel Mellor once again to discuss the latest Marvel Studios effort Doctor Strange. They all also talk TV in depth for the first time ever on the show (it won't be happening much.. don't get used to it) with a look at Black Mirror Series 3, and Marc & Ian talk Ti West's latest In A Valley of Violence.