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”
another podcast in our occasional series – Director on Director.
Director Phil Stubbs (Last Chancers) joins us again, to talk about another of
his favourite directors, Tim Burton. Continue reading “067: Director on Director: Tim Burton”
Podcast regular Darren, joins the At the Flicks team to discuss our favourite foreign language films. Jeff’s language skill are found lacking, as he tries to introduce each film in it’s native tongue! For this Podcast we each select two films (8 in total) that are personal favourites of ours. By the end of the show, we all had at least a couple of gems that we wanted to watch. Continue reading “066: Foreign Language Films: Our Picks”
In this show, we chat to fellow Podcaster Em from Verbal Diorama about female superheroes. We discuss the portrayal of female heroes in movies past, present and future. Em in her signature chatty style, regales the team with her views of the TV series, Buffy the Vampire Slayer. She even has some positive thoughts on the much maligned 1992 movie of the same name. Continue reading “065: Female Superheroes”
Welcome to our mid month show, which is as usual
packed with a variety of goodies for you.
We chat to Jardiel the creator of the film
distribution company Pulp Cereal, which deals in films and TV with pulp fiction
roots. Learn – as we did – about such classic serials as Flash Gordon, The
Shadow and The Tiger Woman. Continue reading “064: Wolfman to Dr No”
We have a very special double bill for you in this episode.
First up, we speak to Emma who attended the London Film Festival for the first time this year. Emma tells us the highlights she saw there. If you are anything like us, your ‘what-to-watch’ list is about to explode, as you add some of these fantastic titles. Continue reading “063: 24 Films in 10 Days”
Our October end of month review show has arrived
slightly late. Sorry about that, the Halloween party with its 24 hour movie
marathon had more of an impact on the delicate sensibilities of the At The
Flicks team than we thought! Continue reading “062: Send in the Clowns”
You asked for it – you now have it!
There was much debate with our listeners over show 52, “Actors Of Our Generation”. Some of our choices were questioned – “Why don’t you like Ryan Gosling?”, “Surely, Matt Damon should be on the list?” and, perhaps most telling of all, “Where is Rebel Wilson?”
Now we have
broadened the debate. Let’s look at the actors of the previous generation. Do
you agree with our choices – is there anyone we have missed?
Please let us
know your thoughts? Continue reading “061: Actors of the Previous Generation”
On this show, Jeff admits he’s wrong! It doesn’t happen often (well, never) so listen out for it.
We have an interview with young South African film composer Daniel Gadd. Make a note of that name, he is a talent to watch. Daniel talks about his musical roles on some very big British films and documentaries. We feature his score from “Bruce Lee and The Outlaw”. Continue reading “060: Wine Lucy and Composers”