Cinematronix podcast returns with Dave Bond to talk all thing coronavirus, No Time to Die being pushed back, how the virus will affect the box office. We also move on to the new Pixar film, Oscars and Parasite, how the best thing about Birds of Prey is how good that egg sandwich looked, Ad Astra shows how Brad Pitt has evolved as an actor, how bad Dolittle really was, the best way to watch The Irishman, what Mr Rogers means to someone in Britain, thoughts on The Invisible Man, we split opinion on The Gentlemen and have a regular moan about social media.
Dave Bond and myself return to conclude our review of the summer movies of 2019. This episode we recap from part one and discuss the recent news such as Disney losing Spider-Man. Join us as we discuss why Toy Story 4 should not have happened, was X-Men: Dark Phoenix really that bad, have we yet to see a truly great Spider-Man film, Disney live action remakes The Lion King and Aladdin, why Good Boys is the funniest film this year, Angel has Fallen being surprisingly good and was there any need for Men In Black: International?
Cinematronix podcast is back for its annual summer review as Dave Bond from Do You Expect Us To Talk? returns to reflect on this year’s summers movies…. before we hit June. Starting with a series we’ve just finished with the Marvel movies Captain Marvel and Avengers Endgame to John Wick Chapter 3, Godzilla King of the Monsters, RocketMan, Fighting with my Family, Shazam, Hellboy and Alita Battle Angel. Stay tuned for Vol 2 where we’ll cover Toy Story 4, Lion King, Once Upon A Time in Hollywood, Hobbs and Shaw, Dark Phoenix and Spider-Man: Far From Home.
SO here’s part 2 of the review of summer 2018 conducted by Dave Bond and myself. Picking up where the world cup left off, we cover the film’s release in the actual summer time. We cover the new Jurassic World film, Incredables 2, Ant-man and the Wasp, Jason Statham looking like he wants to fart The Rock putting gather tape to good use, Tom Cruise running, Paddington bear kicking the shit out of people and not Mamma Mia 2.
Joining me this episode is the author of the new book Born to be Bad. A series of interviews of the actors most prominent playing villains during the 80″s and 90’s, discovering they’re on set stories and how their roles impacted their career. The book is available on Amazon here.
Ti also runs The Bristol Bad Film Club and is a producer of the up and coming In Search of the Last Action Heros. You can support the project on Indiegogo here
In this episode, we talk about Ti’s book, love of action cinema, can Tommy Wiseau actually act, having Greg Sestero round for Christmas, the mystery of and the insanity of the making of the film Roar.
You can follow Ti on twitter here
So its time to update the old feed so here’s another summer review featuring Dave Bond. As the summer period appears to be getting longer and longer we decided to break this review in half with the world cup breaking things up nicely. So we will resume part 2 later this year.
This episode we muse on the Oscars and how the big films are more sporadic these days. We start with Black Panther and continue on with films such Tomb Raider… was it that bad? Pacific Rim Uprising.. did anyone ask for it? Avengers Infinity War… does it really have a cliffhanger? Deadpool 2…. can you have too much of a good thing? And finally we end on the age-old question, how did Han Solo get his name?
So here we are, at the end of the summer cycle of films and yet here we are with a look back with my fellow co-host of Do You Expect Us to Talk, Dave Bond. In what is the fourth concessive appearance on the show, we ramble through the summer releases and try to remember what we thought about films we saw months ago.
These include movies such as Logan, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2, Wonder Woman, Spider-Man Homecoming, War of the Planet of the Apes, Baby Driver, Alien Covenant, Dunkirk, Detriot, Atomic Blonde and much, much, much more.
Sit back and enjoy this three and a half hour podcast that goes through the highs and lows of the ever increasing list of summer films and possibly go against popular opinion while trying to figure out what the hell goes through Michel Bays head
This is the first episode in a while in what is some-what of a reboot of the podcast. The main format is very simple and strip back conversation between a guest and myself on anything film related. Tangents will happen of course as anything is open for discussion.
In this episode fellow co-host of Do You Expect Us To Talk, Dave Bond talks to me about how we started DYEUTT, thoughts on the new Logan film that contains some spoilers as well our feelings on the current news of The Matrix remake. Chris also makes sure that he’ll never get a chance to interview Ellen Page, what scares us as kids and we discuss what a load of old bollocks The Oscars are.
It’s been a while since I’ve updated the podcast so here’s a round-up of the summer realese this year. Joining me is my fellow podcaster from Do You Expect Us To Talk, Dave Bond.
Together we go through the main films of the summer period of what appears to be an average summer. These inclued Batman vs Superman (again), Civil War, Jungle Book, X Men Apocalypse, Nice Guys, Ghostbusters, Star Trek Beyond and Suicide Squad.
We forget about Warcraft and Independence Day Resurgence, but to sum up… Warcraft Good…. Independence Day Bad.
The Cinematronix podcast is back with slow updates of episodes. This week me and my guests Robert Turnbull, Matt Daly and Dave Bond talk about the most talked about film in recent memory Batman Vs Superman : Dawn of Justice. Starring Henry Cavill and Ben Affleck as two of the world’s most famous comic book characters go head to head in their first cinematic outing together. So now that most people have seen it and the film has been talked to death.. I thought now would be the perfect time to release a podcast talking about everything wrong with it. (Spoiler alert it wasn’t great) But then agian the trailer pretty much spoiled most of the film anyway so…..
So with that listen and enjoy 4 grown men complain about a film about a man who flies and a man who dresses like a bat.