Podcast: Ross And Phil Talk… Vengeance with Bryan Larkin

Podcast: Ross And Phil Talk… Vengeance with Bryan Larkin

Ross and Phil Talk Movies The Podcasts


On this episode of the podcast we (finally) talk about Ross’ action revenge thriller Vengeance that comes out in the UK on the 28th September, as we are joined by one of the films co-stars actor & martial artist Bryan Larkin (London has Fallen)

Hosted by Award winning filmmaker Ross Boyask and blogger/writer/failed filmmaker Phil Hobden.

Films Discussed: Vengeance, Get Carter, Point Blank, Revenge, Commando, Deadpool, Walking Tall, Revenge Of The Ninja, You Were Never really Here, Taxi Driver

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Phil’s Top 5… British Films

Phil’s Top 5… British Films

Other Cr*p

In a new semi-regular feature each week Phil takes a lookout a different movie related Top Five… this time out: British Films!

NB: Okay this will be British as in made in Britain, by a British director and a mostly British cast.  They MAY be funded by Americans or have American producers but they are at their core British!


Close but no cigar: Withnail & I, Dr No, Monty Pythons and The Holy Grail, The Full Monty


5 – Get Carter
THE revenge film, even all these years later, few films top the pure class of Michael Caine and Get Carter.

4 – Four Weddings & A Funeral
Four Weddings gave us the renaissance of British films, it gave us Hugh Grant, cemented Richard Curtis as one of the best comedy writers in the world and delivered the best opening scene in comedy history.  Oh and it made grown men cry.

3 – 28 Days Later
Best Zombie film (that’s not a zombie film obviously), 28 Days Later is a stand out of British and horror cinema.  Raw, violent and visceral 28 Day’s Later delivers time and time again on repeat viewing.

2 – Lock, Stock & Two Smoking Barrels
Lock, Stock is for me the best directorial debut of ANY filmmaker ever.  Bold claim I know but seriously when was the last time you watched this film?  Even twenty years on it’s still class and, as was typical of the decade, a killer soundtrack to boot.  A million film tried to copy it but none bettered.

1 – Trainspotting
The style, the direction, the cast, the marketing, the soundtrack and probably at least another fifty reasons if you looked hard enough, Transpotting is just one of the best films of all time period, let alone British films.  It’s no easy watch but it stands as a masterclass in adapting an “unfilmable” book.



One Sentence Reviews … Stallone Movies!

One Sentence Reviews … Stallone Movies!


It’s back… The Good, The Bad & The Ugly One Sentence Review. And this time the spot light falls on Mr Sylvester Stallone.

The Classic rags to riches story… unmissable

Get Carter
If you have any love for the original I beg you NEVER see this movie… EVER.

Much milligned and forgotten Stallone classic… worth a re-watch.

Funnier than you remember comedy of errors.

Terrible, dull action thriller that has neither enough action or thrills. One to avoid.

Judge Dread
Judged: Dreadful!

Rambo 3
Three times the action, three times the death, three times the stupidity… three times the mindless fun!

Demolition Man
Snipes! Bullock! Stallone! Leary! They don’t make them like this anymore…

Tango & Cash
The gayest straight guy action movie ever made as Stallone & Russell eye each other up in the shower. Odd.