The “it’s back” episode. It’s back to great interviews, it’s back to movie news and it’s back to Elijah who is once again re-discovering the classics.
It’s also back to Jeff’s rants, Neil’s confusion and Graham’s unnatural obsession for all things Mel.
Continue reading “077: Kirk Doman Interview and Features Return”
On this Podcast short special we talk to director Marc Jobst about his latest in development project “Home”.
will be bringing a concept performance from the film, a movie “pitch” if you
like, to this year’s Stroud Film Festival. As the Festival guide explains the
event “ Home is a multi generational dance musical about three young homeless
people who meet on the streets of Bristol. Researched in Gloucester and
Bristol, it’s being pitched in the UK and Hollywood.”
Continue reading “076: What is ‘Home’?”
The 2020 Stroud Film Festival starts with a lead in event on 21st February and to discuss the programme for this year we sat down with Co. Director of the Festival, Andy Freedman.
Continue reading “075: Stroud Film Festival 2020”
In the last few years film fans have complained that the movie industry was churning out nothing but Sequels, Reboots and Remakes. What exactly are these modern phenomena and why are they so popular with the studios?
In 2019 we had more Avengers, another John Wick, Godzilla back again, Pets continuing to be secret, X-Men doing the Phoenix saga AGAIN, the return of the Toy Story crowd, yet more Annabelle and a further helping of the Men in Black. Where’s the originality?
Continue reading “074: Reboot that Remake of a Sequel”
Welcome to our first end of month review show of the
It has been a few months since our last reviews show,
so we start with a little catch up. Star Wars fan Phil Foster aka Phil the Bear
joins us to discuss Star Wars : The Rise Of Skywalker (or as Jeff has cynically
named it – Star Wars : The Death Of A Saga). It is a film which has divided
audiences as much as it has done for our panel. Whatever your view on the film,
I am sure you will agree that proved to be an odd end for a story which started
a long, long time ago.
Continue reading “073: Bee Rabbit and Cats”
Welcome to the first of a limited series looking at
the Rambo films.
While that might seem an odd series for At The Flicks to go into such detail on, it is something that has been on political Jeff’s mind since watching Rambo Last Blood. What this series will hopefully achieve, is a critique of each film and the political times in which it was made. Each film will get its own episode.
Continue reading “072: The Politics of Rambo Part One: First Blood”
After the last couple of shows which have focused on
listeners and contributors favourite films of 2019, it is now time for the At
The Flicks team to put theirs together.
It wasn’t easy!
Continue reading “071: At the Flicks 2019 Review”
On New Year’s Eve we
released episode 69 (Neil’s favourite episode) where some of our contributors
and guests revealed their top films of 2019.
fantastic feedback, we now have, for you, the second half of the show. Once again, guests and contributors tell us
what their favourites were.
Continue reading “070: Top Movies of 2019: Part 2”
very happy New Year to all our listeners.
would the start of a new movie going year be if you didn’t have a close look
back at the one that has just passed? If you had a good New Year’s Eve, then
your hangover time should be spent assessing what was good and bad in 2019.
Trust us, that is what we will be doing!
Continue reading “069: Top Movies of 2019: Part 1”
coming and like every family, the ‘At The Flicks’ team will be settled in
‘Silent Night’ fashion in front of the TV. Well, it is better than talking to
one another. Anyway, by that time we would have fallen out, Jeff will no doubt
be complaining about who ate the last roast potato, Neil will be hyper after
his annual glass of wine and Graham will be trying to get us all to stand for
the Queen’s speech!
Continue reading “068: Carry on Christmas Streaming”