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Andy Hughes and Alex Hudson host this weekly podcast covering all the biggest and freshest news stories in film, TV and gaming. Every Sunday sees the arrival of a News & Reviews episode where they talk all the latest movie news and review any releases they've seen that week.Tweet and follow @Dinosaurman15 or find our Facebook page and give it a like.
 
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The FilmSeekers podcast covers film news, festival coverage and reviews films, documentaries - whether they are art house, vintage or the latest releases.We feature the UK Box Office Top 10 and have our very own quiz for guests.We aim to take you to films outside of your comfort zone from across the world.We're fun and informative, with a side of good humour.Join us.We Seek Films.FilmSeekers.com
 
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Hello and welcome to The Movie Robcast. This is our final London Film Festival wrap-up episode, and thank you to all those listeners who stuck with us on a review of this year’s LFF. To end, we look at Joel Coen’s The Tragedy of Macbeth, starring Denzel Washington and Frances McDormand. At 11.15 we give a quick summary of our favourite movies from …
 
It's that time of year again! Caris goes through this year's Hallmark Christmas films and Neha guesses the plots. This time, there are 30(!) films, including our resident Hallmark Christmas queens Tamera Mowry and Lacey Chabert. Emily Osment, Jordin Sparks, Michelle Williams, and Rachael Leigh Cook also make appearances this year. Which film's plot…
 
In this very special episode recorded live from Bvlgari Hotel London on the 17th of November, Girls On Film pull back the curtain and celebrate the women in film PR and distribution, who bring the buzz to all your favourite flicks! Anna interviews three panels of women in the industry. First, Anna Whelan, Publicity Manager at Sony and Anne Gartside…
 
In the penultimate News & Reviews of this year Alex brings you a bumper crop of new releases. From Netflix we have documentaries 'Procession', 'A Cop Movie' and directorial debuts in Oscar hopefuls 'tick, tick...BOOM!' and 'Passing', alongside this we have festive Aardman stop motion with 'Robin Robin'. Elsewhere there's powerful drama 'Rose Plays …
 
This week on Girls On Film, we are celebrating the Russian Film Festival 2021, a month-long online festival in collaboration with ROSKINO. First, critic Hanna Flint joins Anna to discuss two of the female-directed films in the festival, Doctor Liza and Masha. Anna and Hanna ponder the clever use of levity and humour alongside harrowing subjects, an…
 
In ep 133 of The Movie Robcast, Robs Daniel & Wallis suit up, fire up their proton packs and try not to cross the streams as they deliver their verdict on Ghostbusters: Afterlife. Will it please audiences more than the little loved 2016 reboot, or is this just another case of 80s nostalgia swallowing its own tail? It’s by Jason Reitman, who’s dad I…
 
Caris, Courtney, Melissa & Ashton talk about Mike Flanagan's show Midnight Mass. Listen for their thoughts on Sheriff Hassan's monologue, why Bev is one of the biggest TV villains ever and Courtney's theory about the show. Also catch Laverne's latest News & Reviews towards the end of the episode. Please rate and review the podcast to help more peop…
 
In this episode, Anna hears from Eva Husson and Odessa Young, the director and star of Mothering Sunday. They discuss the quiet radicalism of a period drama that tells a woman’s story without the primary focus of female struggle, and how mesmerising it is to watch a female creator come into her own. Anna, Eva and Odessa also chat about the teething…
 
Bustin' makes us feel good! With the imminent return of the Ghostbusters franchise proper with this weekend's release of the sequel 'Ghostbusters: Afterlife', Alex and Paul got to thinking about what pointless sequels to beloved properties they could pitch to try and cash in on the retro trends. Alex loses the spirit of his original film whilst Pau…
 
This episode of Girls On Film is live from the Cinemagic International Film and Television Festival for Young People, on stage in Belfast in 2021. BBC Radio 6 Music film critic and Harry Potter super fan Rhianna Dhillon joins Anna on stage to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone. The pair journey into the world…
 
Welcome back to the podcast, this week we'll be mostly reviewing movies that have come out anytime between a week ago and 10 months ago, a real diverse spread today. Paul joins the pod again to drop his reviews of sci fi epic 'Dune', long awaited and long delayed James Bond entry 'No Time To Die', comic book sequel 'Venom: Let There Be Carnage' and…
 
Hello and welcome to The Movie Robcast. This is our penultimate London Film Festival wrap-up episode, and it’s a bumper one. At 2:55 we review the new Benedict Cumberbatch film The Power of the Dog. At 11.20 we give our thoughts on the Cannes award winning and hard-hitting drama Nitram. At 20.05 Rob Wallis reviews Maggie Gyllenhaal’s directorial de…
 
Alex is joined by Paul again for a look ahead at what could be the latest revival of the slasher movie within the horror genre. We close out Shoctober by discussing the recently released 'Halloween Kills', the upcoming 'Scream' and 'Texas Chainsaw Massacre' and what this means for the future of a subgenre that rises to prominence every 20 years or …
 
Happy Halloween! This year, our spooky season topic is the endless amount of creepy a*** kids in horror. Caris and Courtney talk about the creepiest characters, including kids from The Omen, Orphan, The Exorcist, Rosemary's Baby, The Conjuring and more. Who do you think is the creepiest? Let us know! https://twitter.com/nothavingitpod https://insta…
 
In this season finale, the stars of Netflix film Passing discuss race, colour and movies. Ruth Negga worries about playing Lady Macbeth; Moonlight star Andre Holland remembers The Wizz, Diahann Carroll and living in Harlem. I also talk to Oscar-winning director of Free Solo, Chai Vasarhelyi, about her breath-taking doc reconstruction of the cave di…
 
Episode 130 of The Movie Robcast continues our coverage from The London Film Festival. We go to the darker side of the capital with Last Night in Soho, starring Thomasin Mckenzie, Anya-Taylor Joy and Matt Smith. What do we think of Edgar Wright’s latest movie? Is it sipping champagne in The Shard, or barking up a dodgy hotdog just off the Charing C…
 
Anna talks to two of the women who changed the world with their anti-nuclear protests at the Greenham Common Peace Camp in the 1980s. Chris Drake and Rebecca Johnson both camped at Greenham Common for years at a time, and now their stories are being told in Briar March’s new documentary, Mothers of the Revolution. First, Anna discusses this release…
 
Episode 129 of The Movie Robcast is the first instalment of our London Film Festival review. To keep it to a manageable length we’ve decided to break it down into multiple episodes this year. Kicking off proceedings is Jeymes Samuel’s lively Western, The Harder They Fall, starring Jonathan Majors, Idris Elba, Regina King, Lakeith Stanfield, Zazie B…
 
This week Alex is joined by semi regular guest Paul to bring reviews of some of the special programming from the recently wrapped up 65th BFI London Film Festival. Between satellite screenings around the country and at home screenings on BFI Player, this year had a packed schedule with plenty for everyone. We take time to review six of this year's …
 
As BBC drama Ridley Road reaches its finale, writer Sarah Solemani joins me to talk about making it, Anglo-Jewish trauma, and her favourite film moments, from Life Is Beautiful to Oliver! and a sexy night with Volver. In film-related activities, I review new play The Shark Is Broken and tour round The French Dispatch exhibition. Music by Lee Roseve…
 
Sarah Solemani joins Girls On Film to talk to us about Ridley Road, which she wrote. She shares with us how she becomes inspired by projects, and her hope that Ridley Road will "help Britain to see itself". We hear Sarah’s insightful analysis about the need for increased sex workers’ rights, and how her activism has influenced her creative work. Sa…
 
Shocktober contiinues with another special episode, Andy is tasked with assembling a Blumhouse style horror film from some predetermined categories and seeing if he can bring in a successful movie whilst remaining under the famously tight budget constrictions in place. Which concept does he choose? Who does he cast? Will anyone want to watch it? Li…
 
On this episode I'm joined by podcaster and LFF first-timer Ygraine to review some of our highlights from the 65th edition of the festival: amid the voices and sounds of the festival listen out for news of Belfast, The Phantom of the Open, Last Night in Soho, Spencer, The Wolf Suit, Hit The Road, Mona Lisa and the Blood Moon and many more... Music …
 
It is Shocktober! The ghouls and goblins are about, ghosts are washing their sheets and Draculas are enjoying fine wine. Of course with the oncoming spooky season comes the spookiest day of all, Halloween! What better way is there tokick things off than with a horror anthology film? Alex made Andy watch 2007's 'Trick 'r Treat' and here we are break…
 
Caris and Laverne talk about the latest season of Sex Education! Listen to hear about this season's character development, friendships, couples, funny moments and new characters. Who is your favourite character in Sex Education? Let us know! https://twitter.com/nothavingitpod https://instagram.com/riannepictures Please rate and review the podcast t…
 
LFF preview with Tricia Tuttle. As the 65th BFI London Film Festival begins, I talk to its Artistic Director Tricia Tuttle about her life as a curator and about the films she’s loved and been inspired by. Plus I introduce a new star, Agnes O’Casey, from BBC One drama Ridley Road. Music by Lee Rosevere. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out …
 
No Time to Die star Lashana Lynch returns to Girls on Film and lets us in on the state secrets surrounding the first female 007. She shares what her character, Nomi, means to both the Bond franchise and James Bond himself, as well as how sisterhood might have been the key ingredient needed to push the needle forward for the franchise... Lashana’s u…
 
Episode 127 of The Movie Robcast is a license to thrill affair. With No Time to Die finally released in cinemas, Robs Daniel & Wallis can let loose their opinions of Daniel Craig’s final 007 outing. Unsurprisingly, they have plenty to talk about. From how this compares to Craig’s previous Bond movies and other films in the franchise generally, to t…
 
2Sa 22:30 For by thee I have run through a troop: by my God have I leaped over a wall. 2Sa 22:31 As for God, his way is perfect; the word of the LORD is tried: he is a buckler to all them that trust in him. 2Sa 22:32 For who is God, save the LORD? and who is a rock, save our God? 2Sa 22:33 God is my strength and power: and he maketh my way perfect.…
 
As spooky season draws in we have a farewell to News & Reviews for a few weeks, don't worry though we're not leaving you with anything but a bumper episode. We've got brand spanking new releases and things we've caught up with from earlier in the year. Reviews this week are of David Lowery's medieval fantasy 'The Green Knight', Netflix revenge acti…
 
This week, it's Seen Any Bond Films Lately? On a brilliant Bond takeover, I'm joined by Bond guardians/producers Barbara Broccoli, Michael G Wilson and five-time Bond composer Don Black to talk about their favourite Bond songs, cars, locations, posters. It's about family, film and the Daniel Craig-era finale. Plus I deliver the first review of No T…
 
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