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Whether you're a multiplex popcorn-muncher or an arthouse merlot swirler, this is the film show for you. Established in 2010, Jack and Ed are back to steer you through the choppy waters of self-isolation with some film-based ramblings. All the latest film reviews, interviews and news every Tuesday.
 
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Like Celluloid Heroes? Like amazing guests? Like the Beatles? Have a listen to Jack's new podcast, Your Own Personal Beatles. Every week, Jack and Robin talk to a fascinating person about their personal relationship with The Beatles. Series 1 guests include Elis James, Guy Chambers, Mae Martin and Jon Ronson. Subscribe now wherever you get your pod…
 
In our Lockdown Sessions series finale, Thomas Clay, director of Fanny Lye Deliver’d joins us to chat about his new Puritan Western. Jack reviews the film, as well as Joseph Gordon Levitt's highjacking thriller, 7500. Plus we bring you our final round-up of all the latest movie news and trailers and talk about our favourite movie endings of all tim…
 
Monica Dolan talks to us about lockdown hit, Days of the Bagnold Summer and Jack reviews Spike Lee’s Da 5 Bloods and Judd Apatow’s Pete Davidson-lead The King of Staten Island. Please we chat about coming-of-age films and talk your through the latest movies news. Please subscribe and rate the show!By Jack Pelling & Ed Prior
 
We chat to The Vast of Night star Jake Horowitz (20:45) and Days of the Bagnold Summer’s Monica Dolan (51:43). Plus reviews of Simon Bird’s directorial debut, Amazon Prime’s Dating Amber (35:30) and rock doc, Echo in the Canyon (41:50). All that plus the usual (spoiler free) movie news and film based waffle. Please subscribe and rate the show…
 
Reviews of Woody Allen’s A Rainy Day in New York (37:30), French thriller Only The Animals (51:00), and Andrew Patterson’s debut 50’s sci-fi flick, The Vast of Night (58:42). Plus, a dialect coach joins us (14:00) to teach Ed to be a Texan and help with his longstanding pronunciation struggles. Enjoy the show!…
 
We chat to director Ena Sendijarević (13:00) about her superb debut feature, Take Me Somewhere Nice and hear her top 5 road movies, as well as some of yours. We also have reviews of Take Me Somewhere Nice (28:50), highly anticipated Netflix comedy, The Lovebirds (39:00) and not-so-highly anticipated Netflix Comedy The Wrong Missy (47:00). Here are …
 
We talk romcoms with filmmaker, Elizabeth Sankey (17:30) and review Mark Cousins’ epic study of female directors Women Make Film (35:00) and wrestling documentary, Cassandra The Exotico!. (42:30) Plus we go through ours and your top 5 romantic comedies and keep you abreast of the week’s movie news.
 
We’re joined by director and comedian Joe Cornish to talk lockdown recommendations and go through his top 5 openings scenes in film (5:40). Also, reviews of Romanian crime thriller The Whistler (24:30), the sublime Never Rarely Sometimes Always (27:13), and romcomdoc, Romantic Comedy (32:30).
 
On this week’s show we review Arnie and Jackie Chan’s fantasy fisticuffs in The Iron Mask: Mystery of the Dragon Seal (17:13); Netflix’s latest British rom-com, Love, Wedding Repeat (27:53); and French catfishing thriller, Who You Think I am (41:30). We’re also talking Jukebox soundtracks and getting the inside scoop on Hollywood in lockdown with o…
 
On this week’s show, Jack and Ed talk about more early VOD releases you can enjoy form your sofa: Bloodshot, starring Vin Diesel as a tech-enhanced super soldier; Trump-offending social satire, The Hunt; and British comedy drama, Military Wives. We’ll also be talking through our top pandemic movies and taking through the latest movie news and trail…
 
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