Podcast: Ross And Phil Talk… Hidden Gems

Podcast: Ross And Phil Talk… Hidden Gems

Ross and Phil Talk Movies The Podcasts

On this episode of the podcast we talk about some hidden gems of films that you may or may not have seen.  From the 70’s, 80’s and 90’s from action to comedy and, er, Neil Breen we will be filling up your watch list for months to come.

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

Films Discussed: Never Too Young To Die, Love Object, Avengers: Endgame, Go, The Perfect Weapon, American Ninja, Monster Man, Fateful Findings, Action Jackson, The List Dragon, Gymkata, Creed 2, Fear Is The Key, Wet Dreams, Rapid Fire, The Last Supper, Swingers, Headrush, Free Enterprise, The Irrefutable Truth About Demons, Pterodactyl

For more on Ross Boyask search @RossBoyask on Twitter, Instagram or Facebook. Also check out @EvoFilmsUK online.

For more on Phil Hobden check out www.philhobden.co.uk , Twitter (@PhilQuickReview) and Instagram (RossAndPhilTalkMovies)

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Headrush (2003) – A Quick Capsule Review (Revisited)

Headrush (2003) – A Quick Capsule Review (Revisited)

Quick Review

Phil’s Quick Capsule Review:
Alas so far Headrush hasn’t made it to the UK – one of the many quality films that for whatever reason hasn’t found a release.  To be honest the films sales agent, Park Entertainment, should be shot for not being able to bring this movie to a UK buyer.  They have a real gem here, funnier than most Brit comedies of recent times the film, accompanied by rave reviews where ever it has played, has a charm and style that allow it to more than stand out from the crowd and heralds Shimmy Marcus as a name for the future.

In short: A gem of a comedy… funny, surreal and totally enjoyable from start to finish.

Best Bit: Huey

Cinema, Stream, Avoid: Stream

If You Liked this Try: Lock Stock & Two Smoking Barrells, Layer Cake, Snatch

 


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Podcast: Ross and Phil Talk… Cannes Film Festival

Podcast: Ross and Phil Talk… Cannes Film Festival

Ross and Phil Talk Movies The Podcasts

On this episode of the podcast (recorded a few weeks after Ross returned from the 2018 Festival) we reminisce about our times at the Cannes festival.  From illegal drugs, meeting some very cool people, annoying photographers, being complicit in a lie with Sky News and confusing a sales agent due to a lack of doors.

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

Films Discussed: The Man from Hong Kong, Ten Dead Men, left For Dead, Star Wars: Revenge Of The Sith, The Go Go Boys, Electric Boogaloo: The Wild, Untold Story of Cannon Films, Superman 4, American Ninja, Breakdance, Runaway Train, Star Trek: The Wrath Of Khan, Love Object, The Matrix Reloaded, Headrush

For more on Phil Hobden check out www.philhobden.co.uk
For more on Ross Boyask search @RossBoyask on Twitter, Instagram or Facebook

   

The Young Offenders – A Quick Capsule Review

The Young Offenders – A Quick Capsule Review

Quick Review

Phil’s Quick Capsule Review:
Every so often you find a gem of a film that you’ve never heard of.  The Young Offenders is that film.  Stacked full of charm wit and invention this low budget tale of two petty criminals on the look out for a major score has more heart and wit than most of Hollywood’s output in the last few years combined.  Winning performances, clever direction and a tight script make this a must watch.

Best Bit: The House fight

Buy, Stream, Avoid: Stream

If You Liked this Try: Trainspotting, Twin Town, Headrush

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Author: Phil Hobden

Blog: The Mule – A Quick Capsule Review

Blog: The Mule – A Quick Capsule Review

Quick Review

Phil’s Quick Capsule Review:
I liked The Mule.  I just didn’t love it.  Maybe it’s the strange tone – never sure whether it wants to be serious or comically dark – or it’s oddly un-engaging lead actor Angus Sampson but whatever it was I just couldn’t love the film.  Which is a shame as it has plenty to offer.  When it’s blackly comic it does it well and Hugo Weaving is brilliant in a near unrecognisable role.  Oh and it also manages to have one of the most grotesque toilet related scenes scenes since Trainspotting.  So so big pluses which makes this more than worth a watch.

Best Bit: Airport

Buy, Rent, Stream, Borrow: Stream

If You Liked this Try: The Infinite Man, Son of A Gun, Headrush

 

Author: Phil Hobden