Scott and Julian conclude their discussion of the Age and Imagination Trilogy. Going deep on Brazil and The Adventures of Baron Munchausen.
Scott and Julian kick start this two parter by look at Gilliam as a film maker and then dive into the first film in the Trilogy, Time Bandits
Scott Talks with Jim Gobel of the Monty Python appreciation society about why Python is great and why its legacy has lasted so long.
Scott is joined by Comic book guys Matt and Jordan to chat the 1988 Disney mystery Classic Who Framed Roger Rabbit ... there's quite a few tangents as well!
In a mini-pod I give my review of British wrestling Comedy Walk like a Panther. I also had the opportunity to interview Steve Furst about making the film.
The second part of the Christmas Movie conversation with my wife Alex and our friends Eleanor and Lew. We get geeky about the festive films we love and some that we don't.
I sit down with my wife (Alex) and two friends, Eleanor and Lew to talk festive films that we like and are not so fond of.
In this episode I look back at the great space sitcom Red Dwarf. I discuss why this is one of my favorite sitcoms.
I take a look at the great 80's sitcom, 'Yes, Minister' and it's sequel 'Yes, Prime Minister'