The one we did on facebook live. With talking about some films like Solo and probably Deadpool 2 as well. Among various other things. Sorry no time to create an image for it!

In a series of things delaying things and forgetfulness this already delayed recording was delayed by nearly 2 months. Oh well. Anyway in this episode you get the pleasure of our reactions to:

Avengers Infinity War
Breaking In
Deadpool 2
The Strangers: Prey at Night

Enjoy. Or don’t.

Derek Anthony Williams and Christopher Winsor talk about the films:

Every Day
The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society

Which results in the show being about 30 minutes shorter than normal. And Derek’s has also managed to misplace the theme tune the nitwit.

Very long discussion this week about Love, Simon and then ultimately a big argument about Ghost Stories (which Derek wins). We had a lot of recording issues during this episode so apologies for any disjointed stuff. Isle of Dogs is reviewed by Derek as is Death Wish 2018 and  A Quiet Place . There’s also some communal talk about Thoroughbreds.

Music from The Band, The Grateful Dead and James Taylor

Featuring talk about:


Have a Nice Day

I Got Life (Aurore)

Pacific Rim Uprising


A Wrinkle in Time

Finding Your Feet
Game Night

Mom and Dad
Mafia Wives

Red Sparrow
The Square
Tomb Raider – 2018
You Were Never Really Here

In a possibly more ramshackle than ever before episode, Derek and Chris talk about:

Battle of the Sex

Irreplaceable You

I, Tonya

Lady Bird

When We First Met

With music from Tori Amos’ Under the Pink album.

In this episode Derek has to do pretty much all the talking as chris lets the side down by having watched only one film.

The films:

Black Panther

Den of Thieves

The Mercy

Phantom Thread


Derek and Chris talk about the films they’ve seen thus far in 2018.

Which includes:

Darkest Hour
Molly’s Game
The Post
The Shape of Water
Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri

With music from:
Eve’s Plum
Kirsty MacColl

Derek and Chris talk about films they’re looking forward to in 2018 and what films they think may prove a bit less popular than the makers might hope.

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