After a long hiatus after just being too busy to run two podcasts.. one had to give. However the opportunity presented itself to record off the cuff in a pub in Manchester aptly called Pub.
So after watching the new Quinten Tarantino film The Hateful Eight, Sarah Boulton, Curt Milner, Sean Luby and myself all took shelter from the rain to record a few spoiler filled podcast with indie rock music playing in the background.
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Well well well Mr Bond… we’ve been expecting you. The new 007 adventure is here and of course we couldn’t just wait till next year to talk about it. This episode is spoiler filled and even if we do talk over ourselves we do advice that you see SPECTRE before listening.
This is a very raw chat and contains our immediate thoughts that may change when we come round to cover it in our regular review. In the meantime we talk for as long as the film itself, so we make use of our licence to chat.
It’s a bit of a mass up this week.. Usually I record in one go but this time I’ve edited two different conversations together. The first features Chip Thomson reviewing the N.W.A biopic Straight Outta Compton.
The second has Matt Daly returning along with Sarah Boulton making her podcasting debut as we review the new Tom Hardy film about The Krays Legend. Also we delve into M. Night Shyamalan film The VIsit to see if it’s a return to form.
Been away for a while so here’s a bit of a catch up episode. On this podcast I am joined by Matt Daly and Al Terry as we discuss the summer that has been and gone. We talk about what we liked and what we didn’t like. These include Mission Impossible : Rouge Nation, Mad Max : Fury Road, Jurassic World, Ted 2, Unfriended and many more.
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Hello… yes.. it’s been a while… how have you been? I may have missed a month but I’m back baby back and joining me on this episode I’m joined by non-other that GQ and Erotic Review writer Florence Walker.
On this episode I invited her on to explain why is it that she liked the 50 Shades of Grey movie and following that Florence wanted to know what it is I liked about Magic Mike XXL.
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Welcome to episode 3 of The Cinematronix Podcast. In This episode I have a good old catch up with my former Bastnerds companion Raghav Modi as we talk about Bollywood, Jurassic World, expectations and anything else in-between.
Welcome to episode two of The Cinematronix Podcast. This episode I talk about the new Pixar film Inside Out. Directed by Pete Doctor and featuring the voices of Amy Poehler, Lewis Black, Mindy Kaling, Bill Hader, Diane Lane and Kyle MacLachlan and is set in the head of a young girl called Riley as her emotions try and rescue her when she reaches a difficult time in her life.
Joining me is Florence Walker who was lucky enough to see it in Cannes Film Festival and we go in depth on what we thought.
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