This week Conor and Luke explore the martial arts credentials of David Mamet with 2008’s Redbelt. The Canadian FIlm season continues with FUBAR a mockumentary chronicling the adventures of two life long metalhead buddies. Give ‘er! Table Time features Suits and Superfly. Enjoy the show!
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!
This week Conor and Luke are astonished by the classical Samurai atmosphere of Thirteen Assassins and all the more so because it’s by schlock-and-shock king Takashi Miike. They are also suitably impressed by the machismo of Predator, which kicks off the Big Hollywood Action Movies season. Table Time is equal parts deliciousness and ambivalence, as Luke discusses an amazing fried chicken & waffles brunch and Conor talks about the troubling but ultimately quite rewarding new detective show Shattered.
Without Conor, Luke is aimless, like a puppy that’s lost his way. Lucky for Luke (and you) Morgan McBride is available and once again proves himself to be an able voiced co-host. Topics discussed this week include 1993’s tale of repetition and redemption Groundhog Day, Die Hard and movie meals. Don’t forget to check out Scriptshadow’s Die Hard article! Oh, and enjoy the show!
Luke falsely identified the number of days Bill Murray spends reliving the 2nd of February as 3000-something, this article reveals a more accurate figure, based on research and the like. Spoilers obviously.