We do take you to all the finest places. Continuing our theme of ‘podcasting on location’, this week we’re broadcasting from… *drumroll*…in the car, parked outside the Tees Valley Chinese Community Centre! And later, there’s a podcasting first as we podcast in a moving vehicle. Hmm, sounds seedy when it’s written down…Anyway! First up from the vault, it’s time to catch a bullet, chisel off a couple of fingers and ask David Bowie to make you a peculiar machine with sci-fi magic thriller The Prestige. And then, owing to having tickets to an advanced preview, we give our thoughts on upcoming disaster spectacular Into The Storm. A man got sucked into a flaming tornado. It had what we needed…DOWNLOAD THE JT MOVIE PODCAST, EPISODE 62, 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 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!
It’s time to don ‘the fright-nappy’ this week (or, for our North American brethren, ‘the terror diaper’) as the chaps brave the undiluted terror of going into Middlesbrough. To see The Conjuring. Pulses quickened. Blood pressure rose. Underpants were sweaty. Manly screams were emitted. And after reliving that horror, it’s time to recall horror of a different kind with a review of Grave Encounters. But THE BULK of the podcast is dedicated to a retrospective on the 2009 loopy-mystery-thriller-thing Triangle. So, head down to the harbour, apologise, board a dimly-recalled mysterious nautical omen, let terror commence, and repeat all of the above before DOWNLOADING THE JT MOVIE PODCAST, EPISODE 8, NOW!
This week in the legendary JT Movie Podcast Recording Conservatory, the guys kick off with a disappointment-soaked review of The World’s End. Then it’s a quick chat about creepy Will Ferrell in Anchorman, creepy burnt-man in Sunshine and creepy crawly parasites in The Bay. Jones then offers a brief, if wang-tastic, look back at the sports opera Any Given Sunday, but THE BULK of the podcast is a look back at 2005’s V for Vendetta. So, buy a deeply symbolic anti-corporate mask from Amazon.com, cook some eggy-bread, shave a head, twizzle some knives and instigate a revolution before DOWNLOADING THE JT MOVIE PODCAST, EPISODE 6, NOW!
It’s another warm ‘un in the legendary JT Movie Podcast Recording Conservatory this week. The chaps kick off with much excitable hyperbole in relation to the general awesomeness of Pacific Rim. There’s a quick review of 1997 squelchy insect horror Mimic, before many laughs are had and much Blue Steel is shot whilst discussing Zoolander. There’s confusion when The Squid And The Whale – rather than Squid versus Whale – is reviewed, before a brief chat about the titularly-similar Cowboys versus Aliens. But THE BULK of the podcast is this week concerned with Roman Polanski’s creepy 1969 horror Rosemary’s Baby. So, decorate a closet, down a disgusting-looking witchcraft-shake, don a stinky necklace, rearrange Scrabble letters to reveal a sinister plot, grab a knife and break through the aforementioned closet into next doors’ house before DOWNLOADING THE JT MOVIE PODCAST, EPISODE 5, NOW!
This week the gents discuss World War Z, reminisce over the splendid awfulness of Halloween 3 and re-live a Kirsty Alley autopsy before moving on to talk in depth about the 2000 film Unbreakable. So put that comic book down, don your cape, bench 350lbs, shatter a glass cane and download The JT Movie Podcast, episode 2!
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