Guys… guys… guys. You can watch a new Panahi film on Netflix. So I made us talk about this, as well as Batman movies. It’s good to be back in this space. I’ve gotten more time to play around and at the very least this podcast will be kicking up some dust off the shelf and warming your ears on a regular basis.
The podcast returns with many deliberations and thoughts on all things olden English and new wonders of representation. More and more we just blather on trying to make each other laugh as much as possible and imagine you will chuckle (or more appropriately facepalm) while listening.
Michael Fassbender turns on the full Scottish so let’s see how this works out:
It’s another week and nothing else to do but to say that I spent time in front of a microphone talking about a movie with Tom Hardy again. What’s wrong with that I ask? [Please don’t answer that question]
If you’re listening to this and wondering if I edited this episode late, the answer is super-yes. I was supposed to post this two days ago, but we don’t live in supposed to. And yes, I am playing all Bowie in this episode after the passing of David Bowie on Monday. If you want to read some great writings about Bowie go and read Ryan’s letter and Faraci’s post on Bowie. As much of a fan as I am I didn’t feel like I could do his career justice, but most of the internet did the favour of filling in those spaces without me.
So here we are beginning the year finally discussing this Israeli gem as well as the highest grossing movie of all time, or so it will be in the coming months. Enjoy.
I'm Andrew, a software developer/all around technologist by day and a film enthusiast by night. I grew up on the silly things of Star Wars, Indiana Jones, The Three Amigos and Nightmare on Elm Street, so it makes perfect sense to me to have my love for film become ever expanding by the minute.
I started writing about film somewhere about 2005 on Facebook, and slowly but surely I moved on to blogging here on the internet. I've been featured with a few other publications along the way and am always looking for the opportunity to do more with this passion of mine.
So enjoy the words, listen to the many podcasts I'll do in the years to come, and let me know what you think.