Tag Archives: action
Few films can define a genre. This is one of them. Often cited as the greatest action film EVER, this week Gidgit and Angry are on the highways of the Australian outback as one man makes a difference in a world that has devolved in to chaos…
This week Gidgit is in Hawaii, so Angryman is joined by fellow podcaster Fuzzy Dan from the “Shaken Not Nerd” Podcast as they kick back and talk about the epic fantasy Krull!
With Angry away, Gidgit is joined by Paul from the Countdown Podcast to talk about the action classic that spawned a franchise… Predator! Also a special thanks to Jon & Al for the use of their amazing Predator the Musical track. You can see the full song on youtube here -> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qlicWUDf5MM
So are you good enough to join the Star League? Alex Rogan certainly is! Join us as we re-watch the great 1984 classic The Last Starfighter!
This week we’re in the cold mountains outside of the town of Hope. Why? Because we’re running from dodgy police and avoiding rats through mines as we join the legendary John Rambo in the film that first brought his character to the big screen!
Join Gidgit and Angryman as they embark on exploring the second half of the amazing 1980 entry in to the Star Wars franchise. Warning – Spoilers!
The Retro Cinema brings in 2018 with a classic among classics – Arguably – well, we both think so, the best in a franchise spanning decades! Join us on Hoth as we head into space and then Dagobah… well you get the idea..
He’s burnt out, on the ragged edge… the film that created the classic buddy-cop trope and spawned a huge franchise is the Retro Cinema Christmas movie!
Catch Gidgit, Angryman and special guest Paul from the Countdown Podcast as they enjoy watching this holiday classic from 1987!
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This week it’s Gidgit’s birthday pick as we join the brave Nelwyn Willow and his newfound friend Madmartigan as they journey to take Elora Danan to the castle of Tir Asleen! Watching this film, you’re going to see a lot of scenes and style that have turned up in films decades later.