This week Luke is joined by Morgan while Conor explores the depths of the Amazon. Guy Pearce stars in our featured film Ravenous, a period piece cum cannibal flick with plenty of laughs and winces along the way. Australia Season continues with Ten Canoes, Rolf de Heer’s award-winning film exploring the folktales of indigenous Australia. Table Time sees a roundup of TV’s current darlings Mad Men and Game of Thrones. Enjoy the show!
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 Conor and Luke were divided by a tiny drunk man, named Arthur (1981). They were reunited by Cary Grant and Rosalind Russell for the excellent screwball comedy His Girl Friday (1940). Also discussed was HBO’s new Game Of Thrones and a film neither Luke nor Conor has seen called Wrestlemaniac, whose title made a very strong impression on the gentlemen of The Wireless Express Show. A listener question about long movies was addressed, with a discussion of some great movies over the ninety minute mark.