Tag Archives: fantasy
This week Lucie joins her dad as they talk about one of the great kids films from the 80s!
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!
Competition Time!! – This week Angry and Gidgit are enjoying feeding them after midnight! Join us for a fantastic competition and a revisit to a classic 80s Xmas movie!
This week it’s Angryman’s birthday pick… A wonderfully shot film with a touch of magic… Luc Besson’s Le Grand Bleu (directors cut). What is the secret of the sea…
Join Gidgit von Larue for a very special two part interview with Robin Block the Executive Producer of the ultimate 80s Horror Documentary In Search of Darkness. In part 1 Gidgit talks to Robin in a pre-podcast chat.
You can find more information and donate to their Kickstarter here: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/creatorvc/in-search-of-darkness-the-definitive-80s-horror-do
This week we’re back on the diamond… in Iowa no less… enjoying another awesome baseball film… possibly the best one from the 1980’s? If you podcast it… they will listen. We love it, and know you do to! Enjoy!
The eighties is famous for their fantastical movies. And Legend is definitely one of them! Join Gidgit and Angry as they talk about this visually spectacular film that shows there’s a little Darkness in all of us…
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.
This week we’re back in the 13th century to see if true love can survive an evil curse as Ferris Bueller helps Roy Batty and Elvira Hancock be reunited (Yes there’s lots of six degrees on this one!) Visually stunning and a great tale – It’s Ladyhawke!
This week Gidgit Von LaRue and Angryman continue their look at the greatest cinematic treatment of the Arthurian legend – Excalibur. Plus, they do squeeze in a couple more references from the Monty Python version too!
Our podcast buddies over at the Countdown Podcast can be found here!