The Movie Podcast from GeekPlanetOnline.com
The movies Podcast from GeekPlanetOnline.com. Iain Boulton and "film drunk" Byron Pitt discuss and review the latest movies and uncover a few hidden gems that you may otherwise have missed. May contain references to Steven Seagal.
Duration: 85:19 m - Filetype: mp3 - Bitrate: 128 KBPS - Frequency: 44100 HZ
The Dramatics have done it! 100 episodes of Cinematic Dramatic! Or episode 4x25! Someone get the party poppers!
So why is it so disappointing? Is it because there's no cake? Is it because there's no balloons? Or has Iain really spoilt the mood by playing some Seagal hits?
No. Quite frankly, the movies on offer are not particularly ones to celebrate an 100th episode. First up, James Franco tells us all about his s**t in Spring Breakers - constantly. You know, in case you haven't seen all his s**t.
In the firing line next is Tom Cruise and Oblivion, a film so needy to be required sci-fi it will tick ALL THE BOXES! At least we can find comfort in the film's smaller things.
But some movie solace in the episode can be claimed by Danny Boyle and Trance, happy viewing times indeed are abound with the twisting mind heist thriller.
What We've Watched sees a mix of new and old releases get discussed including Olympus Has Fallen and the world's greatest action sequel - GI Joe: Retaliation! Okay, Iain lied on that one.
Here's to another 100....and the many movies they have to endure and enjoy!
As discussed in this episode M83 had some "fun" scoring Oblivion, to read of his somewhat sour plight click here. Feedback is welcomed!
Duration: 51:06 m - Filetype: mp3 - Bitrate: 128 KBPS - Frequency: 44100 HZ
- The Dramatics are united in the pub for another episode as they take the cinematic medication of Side Effects, Brit thriller Welcome To The Punch and Disney's Oz The Great And Powerful. This might not end well medically speaking.
Duration: 88:57 m - Filetype: mp3 - Bitrate: 128 KBPS - Frequency: 44100 HZ
- The Dramatics are put in the universally expanding theory of Cloud Atlas. An expensive mistake? Bold filmmaking? Or something odd. If that's not enough, can Stoker help add any twisted beauty to the proceedings.
Duration: 105:07 m - Filetype: mp3 - Bitrate: 128 KBPS - Frequency: 22050 HZ
Hey kids! John McClane's back! And guess what? He's been toned down for you kids! The 12A certificated A Good Day To Die Hard is about to find out that a fifth bad day in a row really isn't entertaining cinema. The Dramatics look and discuss what went wrong with John McClane's trip to Russia.
There's a hint of interest with Warm Bodies, a romantic zombie comedy but the lighthearted horror comedy leaves one of The Dramatics cold - but who?
What We've Watched returns in it's self contained 35 minute segment and Stoker gets examined in the news section.
Duration: 119:26 m - Filetype: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 KBPS - Frequency: 44100 HZ
The Dramatics go on the greatest manhunt in history - no, not after Brett Ratner - for Zero Dark Thirty. Oscar favourite Lincoln is put in The Dramatic's House of Cinematic Congress and Arnie's The Last Stand may have lost it's charm for Byron.
Also this episode, The Dramatics ponder video game movies when Duncan Jones' has taken the reigns for the World Of Warcraft movie. Something that may have an effect of indifference on The Genre-Giant, especially when Agent 47 has just become Paul Walker.