Welcome to our end of month show, slightly late, but then everything is crazy at the moment!Continue reading “084: Every Day Is All We Have”
Jardiel from Pulp Cereal joins us to ask a very important couple of questions.
Who is Roger Corman? What is his importance in the history of cinema?
Without giving too much detail away – we don’t want to spoil your enjoyment of the show – we will just say, that without Roger Corman, cinema would not be as we currently know it. Well known names such as James Cameron, Francis Ford Coppola, Jonathan Demme, Martin Scorsese and Jack Nicholson were given major opportunities by Mr Corman.Continue reading “083: Roger Corman Retrospective”
After the success of episode 72 (The Politics Of Rambo), we return to one of Sylvester Stallone’s most famous characters as we critique Part II. In preparation for this, your jungle team of Elijah, Graham and Jeff put on their bandanas, get out their bows and arrows and journey into the undergrowth.Continue reading “082: Rambo: First Blood Part II”
The world around you may seem to be going mad as everyone enters lockdown phase, however don’t worry, the At The Flicks team are there for you. We have more content stored than Neil’s toilet roll collection and it’s of better quality.Continue reading “081: I ‘ate you Butler”
The last, the longest and the wittiest awards show review of the year. As we are so late to the party, the At The Flicks team approached this assignment like a Quentin Tarentino movie.Continue reading “080: Once Upon an Awards Time in Hollywood”
In podcast 078 “Is it too early for Sherry” we had so many reviews that we had to split the show into two parts. This Podcast is the second part of our End of month Review show.Continue reading “079: Reviews B-roll”
Welcome to our end of February show. It might be the shortest month, yet paradoxically it has the biggest show. So big in fact that we have had to split it in two!Continue reading “078: Is it too Early for Sherry”
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”.
Marc 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”