This week we kick ass and take names with a frank and heartfelt discussion of the life, times and films of Jean-Claude Van Damme.  Laura is the latest entry in our film noir season and Table Time sees our first videogame discussion with a quick look at Final Fantasy XIII. Conor also has a word or two to say about the classic television thriller The Prisoner.  Rounding off the latest episode is our usual question and answer section, this week featuring our first ever comment!

Time Stamps

(00:00) Section 1: Jean-Claude Van Damme

(28:17) Section 2: Laura

(43:30) Section 3: Table TIme featuring Final Fantasy XIII and The Prisoner

(57:27) Section 4: Question Time and Listener Comments

Show Notes

An interesting article about JCVD

Cheerfully Inaccurate

This week we are not cheerful as we did not make a single mistake.

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3 comments on: Wireless Express Show Episode 3 (14/03/10)

  1. Jaques la Merde

    Wow, I got a mention. WOHOO!!!!

    Great show again lads.

    I’m currently playing through Final Fantasy XIII. I am enjoying it, although the combat dynamics is a bit of a throw back to FFX. I preferred the fully realtime system used in FFXII.

    I have not seen the bulk of Jean-Claude’s work, although I loved Universal Soldier with himself and Dolf Lundgren. Awesome movie.

    The Prisoner is a bizare show. I feel a bit dubious about it, because frankly, I never really got it.

    So, when’s the Russ Meyer retrospective?

    • Dudebros

      Hey, we’ll probably get round to all sorts of ‘sploitation cinema in future episodes, we’re throwing around some nunsploitation ideas, so maybe Russ’ll make the cut as regards that end of things. Thanks for your support Jaques, don’t forget to tell your friends all about the Wireless Express Show!

  2. nick elizabeth mccubbin

    Am very happy that one of the first comments you made about JCVD was the Jesus Christ Veneral Disease comment, because that is ALWAYS how I think of him, and how I dream about him.

    Also, AWOL is NOT sub-standard.