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.

Derek and Chris talk about their most enjoyed films of 2017. But how will their lists compare and which films will get the other angry? Will any of the worst lists make it into the top 10? All this and less on this fabulous 100 minute special episode.

Whilst there were quite a lot of good films in 2017 this is our selection of the worst ones we happened to catch. Not necessarily the absolute worst films of 2017 but just of what we chose to go see.

Also features music from EMKE and John Costello

Derek and Chris talk about:

Blade of the Immortal

The Disaster Artist

Happy End

Ingrid Goes West

The Room


In this episode Chris and Derek talk about:

Battle of the Sexes
Film Stars Don’t Die In Liverpool
The Florida Project
Ingrid Goes West
Justice League

Punisher TV series

And undoubtedly some other stuff too. Like Derek needing the toilet. For example.

Derek and Chris talk about A Bad Moms Christmas, Breathe, Killing of a Sacred Deer, Murder on the Orient Express, Paddington 2, Prevenge and possibly some other stuff we’ve forgotten.

Derek and Chris talk in depth about Jigsaw and torture porn and also deal with:

Call Me By Your Name

The Death of Stalin

Happy Death Day

The Lego Ninjago Movie

The Party

Silent Voice

Thor Ragnarok

and that’s about it we think. It’s also revealed Derek has a problem with idyllic countryside.

Derek and Chris talk about

Blade Runner 2049
Goodbye Christopher Robin
Home Again
Philp K Dick’s Electric Dreams episodes 2&3
Wind River

Music from:
James Ray and the Performance
Depeche Mode
Nadine Shah

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