Overcoming sinister metal monks and a children’s reading challenge, the chaps are back for episode 55. First up, its yet more Kevin Costner appreciation with a review of Three Days to Kill. Taylorson is put to the ULTIMATE test next by Jones, by way of a quiz to see just how much he knows about Mr Costner – will his laminated Kevin Costner Fan Club card have to be shredded in disgrace? After a couple of listener emails to discuss we open The Vault and pull out the Michael Bay ‘classic’ Bad Boys. Which proves to be…divisive. So, climb in the Porsche, enjoy some swirly camerawork, run about with an open shirt, shoot lots of people then give me a packet of Fruit Bubblicious and some Skittles before DOWNLOADING THE JT MOVIE PODCAST, EPISODE 55, NOW!
Despite a crippling case of World Cup fever, the chaps still claw their way to Middlesbrough’s finest multiplex and whip a fiery reptile-fest out of THE VAULT. First up its a look at chilling haunted mirror thriller Oculus. Then theres some gentle reminiscing over the finest vehicles to ever make it to the big screen. Including that foaming car thing from Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory. But THE BULK of the podcast is dedicated to the 2002 dragon apocalypse anomaly Reign of Fire. So, shave your head, cut a flying jacket off at the sleeves, purchase an early-warning falcon, hole up in a depressing castle then grab and axe an perform a hilarious leaping attack before DOWNLOADING THE JT MOVIE PODCAST, EPISODE 54, NOW!
Fighting back from the recuperation couch and work tedium comes episode 53 of the JT Movie Podcast. First up, there’s another failure to connect with the jokeless sputum that passes for comedy in the 21st century with 22 Jump Street. There’s an al fresco segment where the chaps brave central Middlesbrough with a microphone and ramble on about nothing for 14 minutes before listener participation ensures theres a healthy debate to be had regarding ‘rousing speeches in movies. But THE BULK of the podcast is dedicated to the 1991 classic Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves starring the greatest living actor of his generation, Kevin Costner. So, escape a Turkish prison, join a band of outlaws, steal the Sheriff’s horse and shoot a chap in the face with a flaming arrow whilst looking AWESOME before DOWNLOADING THE JT MOVIE PODCAST, EPISODE 53 – AND 1st ANNIVERSARY ‘SPECTACULAR’ – NOW!
This week on the JT Movie Podcast, we’re on the highway to…confusion between which Mad Max is which. First up, there’s a discussion on child actors, good and bad. Then we grab the claw hammers and a baseball bat to review The Raid 2. Following that is a talk about the laudable but wholly unoriginal sci-fi thriller The Last Days on Mars. Jones then reviews lengthy prison drama The Green Mile, but THE BULK of the podcast is dedicated to the 1979 road violence classic, Mad Max*. So, don the leather pants, climb in the high-powered V8, hit the road, kill a caravan, chase down a motorcycle gang and present someone with an unpleasant ultimatum involving a hacksaw before DOWNLOADING THE JT MOVIE PODCAST, EPISODE 45, NOW!
Due to an error in our reprographics department, the above image is actually from Mad Max 2…
This week on the JT Movie Podcast, we’re in the slammer, trying desperately to avoid getting shivved in the showers. Twice. But first up there’s discussion on cinema’s finest tobacco-themed scenes. Then it’s out first trip to the lockup with gritty British drama Starred Up. Jones tries to compose himself during a review of Blue is the Warmest Colour and Taylorson plugs a gap in his cinematic viewing history with Blade Runner. But THE BULK of the podcast is dedicated to 1989 action bollocks Tango and Cash. So, break THAT jaw, get framed, hate litter, introduce your fiancé slinky, use your belt for more than just holding up your pants, escape in drag, don’t put a scratch on it, build a mice-maze desk and invest in a self-destructing villainous warehouse before DOWNLOADING THE JT MOVIE PODCAST, EPISODE 42, NOW!
This week on the show that’s almost as cool as a safety deposit box full of guns, money and fake passports, we’re trying to remember who we are and what we’re doing. No change there then. First up is a review of satanic baby bilge Devil’s Due. Jones becomes an animated rage-machine when discussing Eden Lake, but mellows out significantly when talking about Cyrus. Taylorson gushes unapologetically over The Way Way Back, indulges in yet more 70s disaster fun with Airport ’77 and pays a visit to the lovely, lovely garls of Spring Breakers. But THE BULK of the podcast is spent discussing the 2002 amnesia spy-man classic The Bourne Identity. So, have your bullet-riddled body scooped from the sea, work off the injury with some pull-ups, forget everything expect how to be awesome, drive a Mini down a flight of stairs, pen a man, use another as a crash-mat and then look at what they make you give before DOWNLOADING THE JT MOVIE PODCAST, EPISODE 33, NOW!
This week on the JT Movie Podcast we embrace the most tangible of all visible mysteries – fire. First up it’s a review of fiery telekinetic revenge remake Carrie. A look back at faux-documentary-with-a-terrible-ending The Last Broadcast precedes a review of the gasoline-sniffing with inevitable flammable consequences dramedy Love Liza. Taylorson astounds the podcasting world by watching a documentary, namely the street-art oddity Exit Through The Gift Shop, before Jones offers his opinion on the recent M. Night Shyamalan effort After Earth. But THE BULK of the podcast is dedicated to the 1974 disaster classic The Towering Inferno. So, make sure your rag cupboard is suitably flammable, cut the phones and relax in your executive office bedroom, assume the fire can’t possibly reach us up here, forgo the stairs in favour of taking your chances with the flames, have a drink, punch a douche, blow the water tanks and receive a consolation cat before DOWNLOADING THE JT MOVIE PODCAST, EPISODE 25, NOW!