Transformers The Last Night + Interview with James King

January 13, 2019

This week we finally get round to reviewing Transformers The Last Knight will this robot punch fest transform (ahem) our opinions or will it remain locked in the bunker.  Chris also has a great chat with film critic and author James King (https://twitter.com/jameskingmovies

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Twixmas Special Review of 2018

December 30, 2018

We take a review of our first year of podcasts in 2018 and tease a few projects coming. The conversation is sparkling as always if a little bit inaccurate due to Chris being drunk on Baileys and Matt being drunk on butter. Happy New Year Everyone!

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Star Wars Holiday Special + Interview with Zaki Hassan

December 13, 2018

This episode we get all festive and celebrate Life Day with Lumpy and Itchy but I am sure that will clear up soon. Taking a dive into the Star Wars holiday special we see if nostalgia will see this elevated past its 2.2 rating and out of the bunker, or is George Lucas right to seek out and destroy every copy.  Chris also gets to interview Star Wars fan, author, film critic and Professor of communications Zaki Hasan.

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Point Break + Interview with Colin Paterson

November 25, 2018

Point break ... "the point where you break" - Bro from film; We tackle our pointless remake genre this week with a little on the nose remake of Point Break, is it a worthwhile reimagining or a clanger filled toxic masculinity advert shit fest? Listen to find out. We also have a fantastic interview with Colin Paterson art and entertainment correspondent for the BBC. We discuss his love of golf movies, the Oscars and the Razzies. 

Full interview with Marshall Julius

November 13, 2018

Bonus episode, this is the full interview Chris had with journalist and author Marshall Julius (@MarshallJulius) extra goodies include extended chat about Ed Wood, Fantastic Four, Wonder Woman his den and movie nights with his mum. 

Movie 43 + Interview with Marshall Julius

November 11, 2018

This week we finally get round to reviewing Movie 43, the movie that escaped off Netflix's before we could get to it but we tracked it down and instantly regretted it.  How can a film so full of talent be so utterly bereft of merit? Chris also gets another interview in with Marshall Julius (@MarshallJulius) film journalist and writer.  

Insidious: The Last Key + Interview with Helen O’Hara

October 28, 2018

Halloween special! Well special might be stretching it a bit as we delve into the fourth instalment of the Insidious series and shine our underpowered metaphoric torches around its interior.  This episode also includes Chris' interview with the film journalist and podcaster ( Empire Podcast) Helen O'Hara (@HelenLOHara) where amongst other things we get to learn her 'not so guilty pleasure' film.

Ghost Rider. The Movie Bunker Review

September 30, 2018

In this weeks episode we review the Marvel movie Ghost Rider. We discuss cgi abs!, how far do you have to jump to die! and Sam Elliots silky silky voice.  We also get a few words with our favourite film critic Mark Kermode @KermodeMovie.  Please like and subscribe

Ghosts of Girlfriends Past. The Movie Bunker Review

September 16, 2018

Episode 13, unlucky for some , in this case us as we wade through this bizare remake of a Christmas Carol featuring a cast of characters you would rather stab yourself in the leg with a fork (blunt, rusty) than speak to.  The search continues ...

I, Frankenstein. The Movie Bunker Review

August 26, 2018

This week we resume normal service and continue our search for the underrated turkey. Will I, Frakenstein prove to be more than a sum of its parts much like the monster itself or will this hodge podge of body parts prove to be a big pile of s**t?