This week Conor and Luke talk Wild Card, the new Jason Statham movie – a remake of Heat starring Burt Reynolds. Blade Runner comes up again for Table Time, and yes, Bud Yorkin comes under fire. Never retreat, never surrender.
Hey there, it’s been a while, fortunately Conor and Luke have been keeping busy with the latest James Bond movie, Skyfall, The Great Gatsby, Magic Mike, 21 Jump Street and Nobody Else But You. Join them, for a very special Table Time!
Cheerfully Inaccurate: Deakins not Deskins.
This week’s show features one of Conor and Luke’s favourite films, Face/Off, it’s great, it’s got John Travolta and Nicolas Cage and it’s directed by John Woo, John Woo! We also kick off our Scandinavian Season with Headhunters, a twisted tale of burglary and short-man syndrome. Table Time includes a plug for Chuckie Dregs, the new video game magazine show by Ryan Macleod of Consolevania and Video Gaiden fame. Conor gets tricked into watching another love triangle with Snow White and the Huntsman.
NOTE: The audio quality at the beginning of the second segment is a little spotty but evens out at about two minutes in.
Cobra is a great movie, Sylvester Stallone is in it. He’s a no nonsense cop, he has a knife, an elaborate looking gun and neat hair. Leon, he’s a guy who’s an assassin who takes in a little girl, that Natalie Portman’s in it. It’s sweet! Table Time brings sees some Sleeping Dogs lying.. on the… Table Time!
Kaneda! Tetsuo! Conor! Luke! This week Neo-Tokyo is about to explode as we take a look at the anime touchstone, AKIRA. The action season dives and shoots its way through small-town Mexico with Desperado and Luke updates us all on the status of Fletch Won!
Conor was right about his lizard song, it’s a Motorhead song.
It’s back! The Wireless Express Show returns with a show full of high-jinx and excitement. This we kick off with The Con Artist a Canadian romantic comedy that delivers in every respect! The Action Season continues with The Adventures of Robin Hood a rip-roaring, swash buckling adaptation of the British folk classic. Table Time sees A Game of Thrones receive yet more love from Conor and Luke and the show wraps up with some rambling. Enjoy everyone and look forward to more shows coming at you in the near future!
This week it’s all about friendship as Conor and Luke plumb the riches of Wes Anderson’s 1998 indie classic Rushmore. The action season reaches dizzying new heights with Stallone in Cliffhanger and the table overfloweth with videogames and TV! Enjoy the show and don’t forget to send in your suggestion for the podcast’s new name!
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5-0. 5-0! Police-work is the order of the day on this week’s Wireless Express Show, Conor and Luke take a trip back in time to the sun kissed and crime ridden streets of the City of Angels with LA Confidential. Later, the Blockbuster Season strides forward unflinching in its drive for justice! It’s 1987’s Robocop, a film which amongst other things illuminates some shocking secrets about Eric Foreman’s father off of That 70’s Show. Enjoy!
(00:00) Intro and interview with Isaac Florentine
(49:19) Interview with Scott Adkins
We are proud to announce that nothing was wrong this week.
Stuff We Mentioned This Week
The Shepherd: Border Patrol, Fists of Fury, Unleashed, The Bourne Ultimatum, Fighting, Never Back Down