There’s polite applause from the pavilion as the chaps make it a half-century of podcasts this week. First up it’s a re view of the monster vs. monsters vs. inept humans movie Godzilla. Yes, the giant lizard is back, and this time its…quite boring. There’s a discussion on ‘favourite movie gadgets’ (all hail The Bathroom Buddy!) too. But THE BULK of the podcast is dedicated to the 1959 British crime caper with bite, The League of Gentlemen. So, take a pint of milk into a room full of clocks, find half of £50 in a paperback, rob some guns, demand a spoon, make some smoke, don the gas mask and I say, darling, lets rob this bank before DOWNLOADING THE JT MOVIE PODCAST, EPISODE 50 (YES! FIFTY!) NOW!
This week, the chaps manage to just about overcome the challenges of communicating over an internet connection about as reliable as two cups and a length of string. There’s a review of the action cop drama thriller thing Sabotage, complete with far too many terrible Arnold Schwarzenegger impressions. Then there’s some musings on the issues of the day before THE BULK of the podcast which is dedicated to the 1998 demonic revenge police killer thing Fallen. So, strut to the gas chamber, embrace a refreshingly different domestic situation, grow a remarkably thick moustache, sing a song o’ Satan and don’t trust any cats before DOWNLOADING THE JT MOVIE PODCAST, EPISODE 49, NOW!
This week on the JT Movie Podcast we’re going back to the 1950s. Via 1997. But first we discuss our most memorable movie bosses and run through a bit of news. Then there’s a review of the man-in-a-car-for-80-minutes-is-this-all-there-is-surely-not movie Locke, starring Tom Hardy. Taylorson gives the lowdown on the webbed-wonder that is The Amazing Spider Man 2. Then THE BULK of the podcast is dedicated to the 1997 noir mystery crime thriller classic, LA Confidential. So, thump a wife-beater, spike the punch, inflict your own type of justice, don’t forget your glasses and keep it all off the record, on the QT, and very hush-hush before DOWNLOADING THE JT MOVIE PODCAST, EPISODE 46, NOW!
Other podcasts may break for the festive period, but the JT movie podcast cannot be reasoned with or bargained with. We kick of this week with a review of the self-indulgent bag of crap that was Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues. Then there’s Pierce Brosnan kind of being Tony Blair in The Ghost. There’s sniper-based terror in vintage disaster flick 2-Minute Warning. The 70s tension continues with The China Syndrome before we’re dragged back the 21st century for found-footage Bigfoot bollocks The Lost Coast Tapes. Then Taylorson vaguely recalls Percy Jackson and the Sea of Monsters before THE BULK of the podcast looks back at the 1997 police drama Cop Land. So, raid a parking metre for quarters, mistake a crook-lock for an automatic weapon, throw a shoe off a bridge and pretend you jumped, win another stuffed turtle, assume the best of human nature and see that trust betrayed in a manner that means you just have to shoot everyone before DOWNLOADING THE JT MOVIE PODCAST, EPISODE 28, NOW!
Its 100% pure adrenaline this week in the legenday JT movie podcast recording conservatory. First up we review the second-best White House invasion film of the year, White House Down. Then we move on to discuss a film with altogether less vests and more ghostly black-veiled brides with Insidious: Chapter 2. At home this week, Taylorson was underwhelmed by Burn After Reading and amused by nonsensical gore-fest Phantasm II. Whilst Jones spent his time with the buff, oiled gents of Magic Mike and terrifying Dictator Idi Amin in The Last King Of Scotland. But THE BULK of the podcast is dedicated to bank-robber-surfing-cops-and-robbers-thing Point Break. So, get yourself and asshole shortage, catch your first tube today, order 2 meatball sandwiches, avoid a flying dog then leap out of an aeroplane without a parachute before DOWLOADING THE JT MOVIE PODCAST, EPISODE 15, NOW!
There’s something for everyone this week on the JT Movie Podcast. Are you a fan of comedy? Or horror? Or blenders? Then there’s a review of home-invasion shocker You’re Next. Horror fans are again in for a treat with a review of the 2007 found-footage-type-thing REC. Fans of sub-standard pharmaceuticals can enjoy a review of Side Effects, whilst fans of sub-standard film-making and urban luge have 2002’s Rollerball to reminisce over. The 1970s ultra-low-budget sci-fi genre is represented by John Carpenter’s Dark Star, before a look at the effective marine-awfulness documentary Blackfish. But THE BULK of the podcast is dedicated to the 1949 classic The Third Man. So, take a trip to post-war Vienna, avoid a violent parrot, give a terrible lecture, issue and receive some veiled threats, be mildly inconvenienced by a balloon-seller, refuse to enter the iconic sewer system instead demanding a replica be built back in London before DOWNLOADING THE JT MOVIE PODCAST, EPISODE 12, NOW!
There are no post-holiday blues this week in the legendary JT Movie Podcast recording conservatory, just a beach-load of movie reviews. There’s the amusing Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa, the crunching Kick-Ass 2, the marvellous Monsters University, the shitty Sharknado, the rather enjoyable RED, the whimsical The Waterboy, the meh Margot at the Wedding and the likable The Last Exorcism. But THE BULK of the podcast is dedicated to a retrospective on 1967 classic Cool Hand Luke. So, axe through those leg irons, eat 50 eggs, dig that trench, fill it in, dig it again, tar that road really quickly and then shake that bush, boss, before DOWNLOADING THE JT MOVIE PODCAST, EPISODE 10, NOW!