Ep 38 Raiders of the Lost Ark : Do You Expect Us To Talk?


So we’ve finally hung up our Walther PPK and picked up a fedora and a whip to explore the Indiana Jones films, starting with Raiders of the Lost Ark. Starring Harrison Ford as the archaeologist who gets caught up with Nazis while looking for the Arc of the Covenant. Directed by Steven Spielberg and also starring Paul Freeman, Karen Allen, John Rhys-Davies and Ronald Lacey as Harrison Ford adds another classic cinematic hero to his credentials.

Join Becca, Chris and Dave as they take their first steps outside of the Bond franchise and revisit our childhood and consider if Indy did anything that had an impact.

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Star Wars Return of the Jedi : Commentary Track

So we have finally arrived at the end of the saga. The first time I’ve ever watched the series in chronological order.

Join me @CinemaTronix and Scott @Celluloidical as we sit down and finish things off with Return of the Jedi. With a few audio interference sadly (bloody mobile phones) and a few annoying sneezes (bloody dust) we talk all over the last of the Star Wars film (until 2015). This is the one with the most childhood memories for us and with hands down the best emperor momologs.

Scott also talks about Lando’s costume change that didn’t happen, I disscuss what use C-3P0 has anyway  and we discover the joys of Ewok subtitles…… enjoy.


Commentary Track : Star Wars The Empire Strikes Back

It’s commentary time again and this time and Chris (@CinemaTronix) and Scott (@Celluloidical) take on what is mainly seen as the best film in the series. The Empire Strikes Back.

This is the film that feels the least messed with but we still find time to moan about the prequels and do stupid impressions. Plus Chris wonders if Empire had more action in it, it would indeed be the better film.

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