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Join Lee, Darren, Jim and Elton as they waffle, wonder and jabber on about film, geek news, video games and any other tangential rubbish that springs to mind. Before reviewing a movie from yesteryear removing either the Rose-Tinted Specs or a Shit-Covered Goggles, to see if the film was really as good (or bad) as popular opinion would have you believe.

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Aug 15, 2018

This week we discuss such diverse subjects as Trojan Bin Horses, ghost walks, The Pub That Floods, cooking in a volcano and what precisely is an appropriate cultural exchange destination for Girl Guides.

After which its on to this weeks film, the 2017 satirical black comedy, Death of Stalin.


Aug 8, 2018

This week Darren is still away but the chat turns to Sheds (yay?), Birthdays (Yay!), Holidays (YAY!) and getting hit by motorcycles (Ya...Er...)

After that its on to this months Patreon supporters chosen film.

Picked by Sarah Lazell this months film is the 1985 movie Brewsters Millions


Jul 24, 2018

Jim goes biblical with rain, we learn the dark secrets of small rural communities in Essex with Elton and Lee over shares about how hot he is. Then with Darren away the guys decide to make their own while reviewing this weeks clag fest, the 1998 version of Godzilla.


Jul 18, 2018

Jim has fish trauma, Eltons on the fence, Darrens unbreaking Kimmi Schmit and Lee goes on an art course and nuked by the elements

Then its on to this weeks film. The mini Matthew Broderick season continues with the staunchly 80s "fantasy" "romance" starring Rutger Hauer and Michelle Pfeffffffefffefefer Ladyhawke


Jul 10, 2018

Jim melts, Elton sneezes, Darren's attacked by dinosaurs and Lee goes full "Old Man Shouts at Cloud" over some sporty tournament.

Then its time to put our best leg warmers on and go back to the 80s when typing Help into a login page would help you hack a system, in the Matthew Broderick "techno thriller" Wargames...