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Episode 56- Capricorn One

The lads discuss Mankinds place in the Universe. Did we really go to the Moon? And is Karen Black fit or not?  Plus Telly Savalas being as mad as a bag of Badgers.

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Category:Film -- posted at: 6:50pm +13

Episode 55: Hooper

As they close out their Burt Reynolds ‘Redneck Romance’ arc, with the criminally underappreciated ‘Hooper’, the lads are joined by The Samurai from ‘The Gentleman’s Guide To Midnite Cinema’. (ggtmc.com) Things inevitably get homoerotic as the rather ‘special’ friendship that Burt (and his fetching Y-fronts) shares with Jan Michael Vincent goes under the microscope, as does Sally Fields’ rather incredible bottom.

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Category:Burt -- posted at: 5:25am +13

Episode 54- Leon: Extended Version

The chaps expertly sidestep the "elephant" in the room’ and take a measured look at the longer cut of Luc Besson’s 1994 hitman flick "Leon"

Direct download: CSVSP_54.mp3
Category:Film -- posted at: 4:56am +13

Episode 53- Heat

Ok, this has been long overdue. Let’s settle this. As a tie in to the release of Public Enemies (that is actually a bare faced lie, it’s a total coincidence) Mike challenges Paul’s irrational (guess who’s writing this blurb) hatred of Michael Mann’s ’95 crime thesis. Throw in comparisons to the aforementioned new release and the usual butchering of the English language, and a lashing of incorrect facts and it’s business as usual...

Direct download: CSVSP_53.mp3
Category:Film -- posted at: 2:57pm +13

Episode 52: The Abyss

After the madness of the last couple of weeks we reel things in with a (relatively) sober discussion of James Cameron's second most popular film set in water. Although there's a preeeeeeeetty big drop off after the first.

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Category:Film -- posted at: 5:20pm +13

Episode 51: Cannonball Run- Commentary

The 2nd part of out the 'Burt's Redneck Romance' Commentary season be here, so synch up thos DVD's A word of warning, this is MUCH more scene specific than the Smokey & The Bandit, so wait until you got a copy prepped, or it will make ZERO sense.

Direct download: CSVSP_51.mp3
Category:Burt -- posted at: 5:06pm +13

Episode 50: Happy Birthday to Us

Party!!!!!!!!!!!!!! It’s our fiftieth birthday and we get back to our roots with wine aplenty (even Paul is off the wagon tonight) so throw on your party hats and join us for a listener feedback-led show, with a whole bunch of mini-topics and general good-hoots. Some thanks to our biggest supporters and pals: Ian Loring (we love ya man, you know your sh#t AND you can take a joke) David Munn (for some of our most detailed and on the ball feedback/discussion) Jim Moon (for awesome website and constant support) Sam Chow (our first feedbacker!!) GGTMC (for the plugging and for turning us on to some badass films) Nowhere In Mulberry (for being funny as all shit) James McNulty (total friend of the show) OTC & Big Red Podcast (keeping Mike sane at work) Horroretc (keep on truckin guys, LOVE your show) Everyone at simplysyndicated.com (you know we didn’t mean it… ;-) ) Chalupa (you’re welcome on anytime man, for gentle plugging or otherwise) Tony (keep those voicemails coming bro) James Price (for becoming more popular than us, hope that condition clears up dog) And to anyone we forgot, I typed this totally fast.

Direct download: CSVSP_50.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 4:43pm +13

CHINERAMA: Episode 49- The Thing Commentary

As we nudge ever nearer our 50th birthday, Paul, Ian & Mike take a good long look at JC’s sci-fi horror mash up.

Direct download: CSVSP_49.mp3
Category:Chinerama -- posted at: 3:41pm +13

Episode 48: Above the Law

Steven Seagal’s surprisingly plotty debut gets a look-see.

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Category:Film -- posted at: 3:14pm +13

Episode 47: Paul & Mike's Positivity Hour- "Remakes? Not so bad"

As a reaction to the general pissing and moaning about the 'state of cinema' in podcastland (you know who you are), we get on the positive tip and extend a big ol' 'relax guy' and look at the underrated phenomenon of the GOOD REMAKE. Yes, you read that right. Remakes can be good.

Direct download: CSVSP_47.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 3:01pm +13