Episode 101: Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991)

Introduced by Matt Discounting Piranha II: The Spawning—from which James Cameron claims to have been sacked, in a shrewd attempt to distance himself from, and disown it—and his underwater documentary work, he's only actually directed eight films, and for me, only three are worth your precious time: The Terminator, Aliens, and Terminator 2: Judgment Day.... Continue Reading →

Episode 98: American Psycho (2000)

Listener Request chosen by James Munro Hey Paul! Try getting a reservation at Dorsia now you fucking stupid asshole! We’ve done our stomach crunches, cleansed, lotioned, and exfoliated to revisit Mary Harron’s sly, controversial 2000 adaptation of Bret Easton Ellis’ incendiary death-of-the-80s yuppie epitaph novel American Psycho. Handsome, 27-year-old Wall Street investment banker and trust... Continue Reading →

Episode 96: The Lost Boys (1987)

Film chosen by listener Louis Naum, introduced by Matt Anyone who’s ever upped and moved to a new town recognises The Lost Boys’ eighties, tropey Karate Kid vibes. I responded immediately to the plight of the Emersons—not because I ever relocated myself as a child, but as I’m from Catterick Village—ten minutes from Catterick Garrison, which remains the... Continue Reading →

Episode 92: The Bodyguard (1992)

Film chosen and introduced by Matt I’ve watched The Bodyguard perhaps as many times as Frank Farmer’s watched Yojimbo. Alright, maybe not that much. But I've seen it a lot... I've seen it a lot. Due to that, this was an effortless first encounter to trace, as I have pristine memories of the summer surrounding... Continue Reading →

Episode 91: AVP: Alien vs. Predator (LV-RMP Series)

The enemy of my enemy... is my friend. Rewind’s LV-RMP series continues on with the long-awaited 2004 monster mashup AvP: Alien vs. Predator from director Paul W.S. Anderson. Billionaire industrialist Charles Bishop Weyland (Lance Henriksen) assembles a team of experts for a most mysterious mission - a voyage deep beneath an abandoned Antarctic whaling station... Continue Reading →

Episode 90: True Lies (1994)

Harry? You do not have time to tango, buddy. You copy? We’re joined by a very special guest - actor/producer/Propaganda Minister of the Sovereign Nation of Val Verde Duncan Casey - for a look at James Cameron’s megabucks 1994 espionage smash hit True Lies. Dissatisfied housewife Helen Tasker (Jamie Lee Curtis) can’t understand why her... Continue Reading →

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