We take a look at Sherlock Holmes this week, via The Private Life Of Sherlock Holmes and Young Sherlock Holmes. The noir season this week features two-fisted, hard-boiled, punch-you-in-the-face-and-steal-your-cigarettes Where The Sidewalk Ends, by Otto Preminger. Table Time once again sees Conor and Luke bravely venturing out into non-movie areas of pop culture, with Luke talking about the Desktop Dungeons pc game, and Conor talking about the Captain Alatriste series of novels. Question time is short and sharp…
(00:00) Sherlock Holmes
(34:20) Film Noir Season: Where the Sidewalk Ends
(50:33) Table Time: Desktop Dungeons and the Captain Alatriste series, by Arturo Perez-Reverte
(59:50) Question Time
Luke’s favourite ice cream is not in fact pistachio. He was simply panicked when Conor suddenly asked him that question, and said the first flavour he could think of.
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!
(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
This week we are not cheerful as we did not make a single mistake.