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Flixwatcher: A Netflix Film Review Podcast

Every week the Flixwatcher crew team up with other podcasters to talk about what to watch on Netflix! Flixwatcher is hosted by Helen Sadler and Kobi Omenaka. Every episode discusses and rates a film from Netflix as chosen by special guests from other podcasts using our unique Flixwatcher scoring system. We tackle classic films including Woody Allen's "Manhattan" and "Pulp Fiction" , Netflix Originals such as "Amanda Knox" and "Beasts of No Nation" through to bargain bin b-movies such as Sharknado 3. The choice what to watch on Netflix is given wholly to the podcaster guests. Team Flixwatcher has no say in what they watch from the huge Netflix library! Tune in every week to get Netflix film recommendations and rejections with spoilers guaranteed! If you are ever struggling with what to watch on Netflix then this is the podcast for you! If you do want to skip to the end that is when you'll get all of our film scores using our unique Flixwatcher Netflix scoring system! Tell your friends AND SUBSCRIBE!
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Jul 1, 2020
Mike Muncer (The Evolution of Horror) and Anna Bogutskaya (The Final Girls and The Next Supremes) return to Flixwatcher remotely to review Mike’s choice The Invitation.   The Invitation is a 2015 horror film directed by Karyn Kusama starring Logan (discount Tom Hardy) Marshall-Green as Will and Tammy Blanchard as Eden playing ex-husband and wife. The less you know about The Invitation if you haven’t seen it before the better. This sinister slow burn revolves around a dinner party hosted by Eden in a swanky Hollywood Hills home with unusual home security features. The guests include Will, his new girlfriend, freaky hippy Sadie, old friends, and guests who may or may not be members of a strange cult. Will’s evening starts badly when his car hits a coyote and everything goes downhill from there. Through flashbacks, the viewer pieces together that Will and Eden had a son who died and Eden attempted suicide. Grief and sadness battle with creepiness throughout the film creating an uneasy tension. Full of Manson vibes, home invasion fears, and genuine shocks The Invitation is a fascinating horror with a crushingly devastating ending that hints at something much darker than you’ll imagine.   Scores

[supsystic-tables id=170] The Invitation scores very highly across all Flixwatcher scores especially recommendability to score a very impressive 4.64 overall. What do you guys think? Have you seen The Invitation? What did you think? Please let us know in the comments below!  

Episode #163 Crew Links

Thanks to the Episode #163 Crew of Mike Muncer  (@TheMovieMike) from, The Evolution of Horror and Anna Bogutskaya (@annabdemented) from, The Final Girls and The Next Supremes. Find their Websites online at https://www.evolutionofhorror.com/ and at https://www.annabogutskaya.com/ and at https://www.thefinalgirls.co.uk/ Please make sure you give them some love

More about The Invitation

For more info on The Invitation, you can visit The Invitation IMDb page here or The Invitation Rotten Tomatoes page here.  

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Jun 24, 2020
Matt and Chris from the Movie Bunker Podcast join Flixwatcher to review Matt’s choice Jaws!   If you’ve never heard of Jaws who are you even?!? Jaws is the 1975 blockbuster from Steven Spielberg starring Bruce the Shark. Essentially, Jaws is a monster in the house film set in the open sea and utterly terrifying. What else is there to say? A great white shark attacks beachgoers and sea swimmers at Amity Island. Police Chief Brody (Roy Scheider) tries to close the beaches but when he is overruled by the Mayor he sets out to sea with oceanographer Matt (Richard Dreyfuss) Hooper and gnarly, alcoholic professional shark hunter Quint (Robert Shaw) to kill the shark. There are so many stories and trivia about Jaws that is definitely worth reading and getting into - even if you’ve seen Jaws hundreds of times it will add to your viewing pleasure. Scores

[supsystic-tables id=169] Jaws scores very highly on the recommendedability but with a runtime of over two hours it scores less well on repeat viewing and small screen. Jaws scores overall 3.93. Want more of the Movie Bunker? Listen to Helen guesting on the Movie Bunker talking all things Final Destination 5. What do you guys think? Have you seen Jaws? What did you think? Please let us know in the comments below!  

Episode #162 Crew Links

Thanks to the Episode #162 Crew of Matt  (@Saint_matt) from, the Movie Bunker Podcast and Chris (@ChrisOlden) also from, the Movie Bunker Podcast. Find their Websites online at http://moviebunkerpodcast.com/ and at http://www.thealaskanpipeline.com/ Please make sure you give them some love

More about Jaws

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Jun 17, 2020

Tom Crowley (Wooden Overcoats and Crowley Time) and Felix Trench (Wooden Overcoats and Quid Pro Euro) return to Flixwatcher to review Tom’s choice Christine.

  Christine is a 1983 supernatural horror film directed by John Carpenter based on the Stephen King novel of the same name. A study of toxic masculinity of 1970s men seen through their love of their cars. The car in this film happens to be a living evil car - and the car is a woman. In the hands of Carpenter (a trashy companion to Stanley Kubrick) Christine mixes high school tropes with amazing special effects and car animatronics with a killer (sorry) soundtrack. The self-repair scene in particular is worth the one hour 50 minutes run time alone.   Scores

[supsystic-tables id=168] For a horror fan, you get two car-based deaths in the opening scenes - even if the rest of the film is quite low on gore and shocks. With a run time of nearly two hours, Christine could either be pacier or have more character development. Christine scores generally well across most of the categories apart from repeat viewing to score 3.82 overall. What do you guys think? Have you seen Christine? What did you think? Please let us know in the comments below!  

Episode #161 Crew Links

Thanks to the Episode #161 Crew of Tom Crowley  (@atomCrowley) from, Wooden Overcoats and Crowley Time and Felix Trench (@FelixTrench) from, Wooden Overcoats and Quid Pro Euro. Find their Websites online at http://crowleytom.com/ and at http://crowleytom.com/crowley-time/ https://www.quidproeuro.com/ and at https://www.woodenovercoats.com/ Please make sure you give them some love

More about Christine

For more info on Christine, you can visit Christine IMDb page here or Christine Rotten Tomatoes page here.  

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Jun 10, 2020

Honey Ross (The Body Protest) and Becky Young (Anti Diet Riot Club) return to Flixwatcher to review Honey’s choice The Two Popes.

  The Two Popes is a 2019 biographical drama starring Anthony Hopkins as Pope Benedict XVI and Jonathan Pryce as Pope Francis. It follows the period after 2005 and the Vatican scandals - with Argentinean football. The Two Popes is the ultimate film for the pope fan but offers very much little else. Hopkins and Pryce do a good job with their impersonations and you can genuinely imagine them hanging out together. Where this semi-biographical and part fictionalisation meet is when the film fails to tackle the controversies and child abuse scandals that have plagued the news as you’d expect. Worse it ignores the issue rather than beginning to offer an apology. Scores

[supsystic-tables id=167] The Two Popes unsurprisingly scores quite low score apart from the small screen score - it feels quite TV like in its approach but lacks in a real story. The Two Popes scores overall 3.08 - bumped up by its high small screen score. What do you guys think? Have you seen The Two Popes? What did you think? Please let us know in the comments below!  

Episode #160 Crew Links

Thanks to the Episode #160 Crew of Honey Ross(@PinkProtest) from, The Body Protest and Becky Young(@AntiDietRiot) from, Anti Diet Riot Club. Find their Websites online at https://www.instagram.com/pinkprotest/?igshid=1vykquyc9z896 and at https://linktr.ee/antidietriotclub Please make sure you give them some love    

More about The Two Popes

For more info on The Two Popes, you can visit The Two Popes IMDb page here or The Two Popes Rotten Tomatoes page here.  

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Jun 3, 2020

Gareth (The Raid, Gangs of London) Evans and Sope (Gangs of London) Dirisu join Flixwatcher to review Gareth’s choice Enter the Dragon.

Enter the Dragon is the 1973 Bruce Lee martial film directed by Robert Clouse. Famous for many things but mainly for being the last film Lee completed before his untimely death at the age of 32. Even if you’ve never seen Enter the Dragon you seen the poster and the iconic image of Lee shirtless with the bloody claw marks across his body. You’ll probably also know the final battle in the room mirrors too, most recently John Wick 2 played homage to the scene. In Enter of the Dragon Lee plays erm Lee, who is hired James Bond style to attend a high profile martial arts competition being held on the private island belonging to suspected crime lord Han. He is also given the opportunity for revenge when he finds out Han’s bodyguard was responsible for the death of his sister. Sadly Enter the Dragon also suffers from very outdated James Bond 70s writing and inappropriate references. That said, Lee is the star and his physical presence and skills just about make up for the weaknesses in plot/characters. I’m 2004 it was deemed culturally significant and rightfully so. Scores

[supsystic-tables id=166] Adored by martial arts fans Enter the Dragon scores highly across recommendability and extremely highly from Kobi and guests to score a very respectable 4.25 overall. What do you guys think? Have you seen Enter the Dragon? What did you think? Please let us know in the comments below!  

Episode #159 Crew Links

Thanks to the Episode #159 Crew of Gareth Evans from, The Raid and  Gangs of London  and Sope Dirisu  from Gangs of London Please make sure you give them some love    

More about Enter the Dragon

For more info on Enter the Dragon, you can visit Enter the Dragon IMDb page here or Enter the Dragon Rotten Tomatoes page here.  

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May 28, 2020

This is a special episode crossover with our Stripped Media pals SONG BY SONG Podcast!

In case you don't know them Song by Song is documenting each song by Tom Waits in podcast form. How do we do a crossover episode with them?

Find a Tom Waits film on Netlix. That Brings us to...

Seven Psychopaths!

Sam and Martin from Song By Song join us for this special episode. If you like the "cut of their jib" please search for Song By Song podcast at the same place that you listen to Flixwatcher!

 

May 27, 2020

   

    Daniel Levine and Cressida Ward from Food Tryb Table podcast join Flixwatcher to review Daniel’s choice Fyre.         Fyre: The Greatest Party That Never Happened is a 2019 documentary about Billy McFarland and the failed Fyre Festival that took place in 2017. It was directed by Chris Smith and co-produced by Jerry Media, the social media agency responsible for promoting Fyre Festival. Fyre Festival was billed as a luxury, exclusive, influencer festival - the reality was something quite different. Fyre was organized by McFarland and Ja Rule (neither particularly experienced in event management) to initially promote the Fyre music booking app. Trouble begins very early on when, after the promo video is shot on Norman’s Cay island - on the agreement not to mention the connection with Pablo Escobar - is advertised as being once owned by Pablo Escobar. From there things escalate in a series of excruciating misguided and unbelievably arrogant style-car crash viewing at its best. Scores

[supsystic-tables id=165] Fyre scores very highly across all categories - except repeat viewing. As with most documentaries they offer little reward for repeat viewings. Despite this Fyre scores 3.88 - highly recommended but repeat viewing not required! What do you guys think? Have you seen Fyre? What did you think? Please let us know in the comments below!  

Episode #158 Crew Links

  Thanks to the Episode #158 Crew of daniel Levine   (@TheDanielLevine)  from Food Tryb Table podcast and Cressida Ward  (@FoodTryb) also from Food Tryb Table podcast. Find their websites online at https://www.foodtryb.com/ and at https://twitter.com/FoodTryb   Please make sure you give them some love    

More about Fyre

  For more info on Fyre, you can visit Fyre IMDb page here or Fyre Rotten Tomatoes page here.  

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May 20, 2020

 

 

 

Faye and Rachael from Her Dark Materials join Flixwatcher remotely to review Faye’s choice Scott Pilgrim vs. the World.

 

 

 

Scott Pilgrim vs. the World is a 2010 film adaption of the graphic novel series Scott Pilgrim directed by Edgar Wright starring Michael Cera as Scott Pilgrim.

In this film Scott must defeat the seven evil ex’s of his new girlfriend Ramona Flowers (Mary Elizabeth Winstead) - while playing in a local battle of the bands (which happens to be sponsored by one of the evil ex’s Gideon (Jason Schwartzman) with his band Sex Bob-Omb.

It’s pretty clear that bringing to life Scott Pilgrim from the page to film was done with love and attention - visually it is dazzling and sounds like nothing else (thanks to Nigel (Radiohead) Godrich. It also features an unbelievably good supporting cast - Kieran Culkin, Chris (Captain America) Evans, Anna Kendrick, Brie Larson, Brandon Routh, Mae Whitman - to name a few.

2020 is a very different time to 2010 - there are a few moments in Scott Pilgrim that are particularly problematic - mostly in the treatment of Knives Chau and some off handed culturally insensitive references. There is also an unpleasant undertone to Gideon’s control over his ex Ramona. And it’s hard to gloss over that Scott is quite a bit of a dick.

 

 

Scores

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However, die-hard fans of the comic will find a lot to enjoy (there was a lot of love for it on Twitter) and it’s an interesting offer from Edgar Wright. Despite scoring low on recommendability Scott Pilgrim picks up some higher scores across the other categories to score a reasonable 3.95 overall.

What do you guys think? Have you seen Scott Pilgrim. Vs The World? What did you think? Please let us know in the comments below!

 

Episode #157 Crew Links

 

Thanks to the Episode #157 Crew of Faye (@fayeleyyy)  from Her Dark Materials and Rachael  (@rach_makes) also from Her Dark Materials. 

Find their websites online at https://anchor.fm/her-dark-materials

and at https://twitter.com/HDMPod

 

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More about Scott Pilgrim.Vs The World

 

For more info on Scott Pilgrim. Vs The World, you can visit Scott Pilgrim. Vs The World IMDb page here or Scott Pilgrim.Vs The World Rotten Tomatoes page here.

 

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May 13, 2020

 

  Anna Bogutskaya (The Final Girls and The Next Supremes) and Mike Muncer (The Evolution of Horror) join Flixwatcher remotely to review Anna’s choice Under the Shadow.   Under the Shadow is a 2016 Persian-language psychological horror film written and directed by Iranian British Babak Anvari. Set in 1980s Tehran during the War of the Cities, mother and former medical student Shideh and her daughter Dorsa are haunted by a spirit or djinn. Under the Shadow draws easy comparisons with both The Babadook (Shideh’s maternal shortcomings are visualised by the spirit) and The Devils Backbone (a political war as seen by a child) and this is no detriment. Supported by strong performances from its two leads Under the Shadow is a powerful (while not strictly a horror in the traditional sense) film that deserves a wider audience.   Scores

[supsystic-tables id=163] With a runtime of 84 minutes Under the Shadow is definitely worth a watch and scores a very high 4.20 overall. You can also watch Babak Anvari’s latest film Wounds available on Netflix now. What do you guys think? Have you seen Under the Shadow? What did you think? Please let us know in the comments below!  

Episode #156 Crew Links

  Thanks to the Episode #156 Crew of Anna Bogutskaya (@annabdemented)  from The Final Girls and The Next Supremes and Mike Muncer  (@TheMovieMike)  from The Evolution of Horror. Find their websites online at https://www.annabogutskaya.com/ and at https://www.thefinalgirls.co.uk/  and https://www.evolutionofhorror.com/ Please make sure you give them some love    

More about Under the Shadow

  For more info on Under the Shadow, you can visit Under the Shadow IMDb page here or Under the Shadow Rotten Tomatoes page here.  

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May 6, 2020

Rich Nelson (Betamax Video Club podcast) and Ben Dadds (Top Film Tip) return to Flixwatcher to review Rich’s choice Coming to America.

Coming to America is a 1998 romantic comedy directed by John Landis and starring Eddie Murphy (in a number of roles - starting what would become a staple of his), Arsenio Hall, and James Earl Jones. The plot is surprisingly touching, Prince Akeem Joffer (Murphy) rejects the gift of a bride for his 21st birthday and heads to downtown Queens, New York with his assistant, Semmi (Hall) to find true love and someone who’ll accept him as a person, not a prince. Any respectable child of the 1980s will have fond memories of watching this way before the tender age of 15 it was rated as suitable for. A blockbuster at the time, featuring an entirely black cast (fairly unheard of even now) Coming to America is carried throughout by peak Murphy - charming, funny, and knowing - possibly his last great film. Scores

[supsystic-tables id=162] Coming to America has aged reasonably well - a reminder of the prospect of multiple Murphy’s being something to look forward to not avoid - but nothing can hide that fact it is over two hours. Coming to America scores 4.01 overall, look out for the sequel. What do you guys think? Have you seen Coming to America? What did you think? Please let us know in the comments below!  

Episode #155 Crew Links

  Thanks to the Episode #155 Crew of Rich Nelson (@BetaMaxPod)  from Betamax Video Club podcast and Ben Dadds  (@topfilmtip)  from Top Film Tip.   Find their websites online at https://tunein.com/podcasts/Media--Entertainment-Podcasts/Betamax-Video-Club-p1205348/ and at  https://twitter.com/TopFilmTip Please make sure you give them some love    

More about Coming to America

  For more info on Coming to America, you can visit Coming to America IMDb page here or Coming to America Rotten Tomatoes page here.  

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Apr 29, 2020

Felix Trench (Wooden Overcoats and Quid Pro Euro) and Tom Crowley (Wooden Overcoats and Crowley Time) join Flixwatcher to review The Twelve Tasks of Asterix.

The Twelve Tasks of Asterix is a Belgian/French 1976 animation feature film based on the Asterix comic books. It is the only Asterix animated film (to date) that is based on original material rather than existing comic books. In this film, Asterix and Obelix are tasked to complete a series of 12 tasks inspired by the Twelve Labours of Hercules. If they perform these better than the appointment challenger, observed by Caius Tiddlus, then they would be declared Gods. The Twelve Tasks of Asterix relies very, very heavily on stereotypes (sometimes pretty racist by today’s standard) and it’s humour draws strongly on the Monty Python sketch show vibes. Definitely an “old fart film” appealing to what is possibly now a narrower but still in existence fan base. Scores

[supsystic-tables id=161] At 82 minutes it is just about bearable for the non Asterix fan (Helen), this isn’t a film you watch for a good story or even an engaging plot - it’s more time spent with characters you know inside out and the nostalgia that comes with it. Definitely one for the Asterix fan and less likely to win over any new fans, The Twelve Tasks of Asterix scores 3.63. What do you guys think? Have you seen The Twelve Tasks Of Asterix? What did you think? Please let us know in the comments below!  

Episode #154 Crew Links

  Thanks to the Episode #154 Crew of Felix Trench (@FelixTrench)  from Wooden Overcoats and Quid Pro Euro and  Tom Crowley (@atomCrowley)  from Wooden Overcoats and Crowley Time.   Find their websites online at https://www.podchaser.com/creators/felix-trench-107ZzomSpf and at  https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/crowley-time-with-me-tom-crowley/id1438849221 Please make sure you give them some love    

More about The Twelve Tasks Of Asterix

  For more info on The Twelve Tasks Of Asterix, you can visit The Twelve Tasks Of Asterix IMDb page here or The Twelve Tasks Of Asterix Rotten Tomatoes page here.  

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Apr 22, 2020

Matt Brothers (Spocklight Podcast) and Amelie Thomas (Fatal Attraction Podcast) return to Flixwatcher to review Matt’s choice Friday Night Lights.

Friday Night Lights is a 2004 American football drama directed by Peter Berg based on Friday Night Lights: A Town, a Team, and a Dream, a non-fiction book by H. G Bissinger based on the story of the 1988 Permian High School Panthers football team from Odessa, Texas. Berg went on to develop the story in the television series of the same name. The film starts at the pre-season practice session for the Panthers, expectations are high for both the players and coach Gary Gaines (Billy Bob Thornton). Drama hits quickly when star player James “Boobie” Miles is injured in practice and ends up sustaining a further injury in the opening game. Drawing criticism from a passionate and slightly terrifying town, for whom the Panthers are everything. Without their star player, the Panthers struggle to live up to expectations of the season and fall victim to many sport film tropes. Friday Night Lights the film suffers where the television series excels by having space to flesh out the characters, by focusing on so many characters in a relatively short space of time they feel almost stereotypes rather than real people.

[supsystic-tables id=160] How much enjoyment you’ll get from Friday Night Lights may depend on your knowledge and love of American football. However, it’s hard not to get behind the players and be caught up with the thrill and lights of the game. Friday Night Lights scores 3.14 overall. What do you guys think? Have you seen Friday Night Lights? What did you think? Please let us know in the comments below!  

Episode #153 Crew Links

  Thanks to the Episode #153 Crew of Matt Brothers ( @MattBrothers2 )  from Spocklight Podcast and Amelie Thomas  (@TheOnlyCleoLuna)  from fatal Attraction Podcast.   Find their websites online at https://spocklight.podbean.com/ and at  https://player.fm/series/fatal-attractions Please make sure you give them some love    

More about Friday Night Lights

  For more info on Friday Night Lights, you can visit Friday Night Lights IMDb page here or Friday Night Lights Rotten Tomatoes page here.  

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Apr 15, 2020

Greg Akerman and Steve Cross (Chaotic Adequate podcast) join Flixwatcher to review Greg’s choice Happy Death Day.

  Happy Death Day is a 2017 comedic horror film from Blumhouse starring Jessica Rothe trapped and reliving the same day until she is brutally murdered directed by Christopher (Paranormal Activity) Landon. Essentially a horror version of Groundhog Day, in Happy Death Day Theresa/Tree (Rothe) is forced to relive the same day over and over - except in this version it always ends with her brutal death - on her birthday. The only way to stop the loop is by trying to figure out who is trying to kill her. What Happy Death Day lacks in horror or gore it makes up for it with humour and absurd deaths. While Happy Death Day retreads familiar time loop cliches and tropes it does so it an unapologetic and ridiculous way that if you can forgive all that you’ll have a lovely time. Scores

[supsystic-tables id=159] Despite Steve hating pretty much everything about it, Happy Death Day still scores a fairly decent 3.57 overall. What do you guys think? Have you seen Happy Death Day? What did you think? Please let us know in the comments below!  

Episode #152 Crew Links

  Thanks to the Episode #152 Crew of Greg Akerman (@gregory_akerman)  from Chaotic Adequate podcast and Steve Cross  (@steve_x) also from Chaotic Adequate Podcast.   Find their websites online at https://chaoticadequate.wordpress.com/ and at  https://www.comedy.co.uk/fringe/2015/gregory_akerman/ and also at http://www.scienceshowoff.org/ Please make sure you give them some love    

More about Happy Death Day

  For more info on Happy Death  Day, you can visit Happy Death Day IMDb page here or Happy Death Day Rotten Tomatoes page here.  

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Apr 8, 2020

Scott Davis (Hey You Guys) Amon Warmann (Empire Magazine) join Flixwatcher to review Scott’s choice Groundhog Day.

Groundhog Day is a 1993 romantic comedy starring Bill Murray and Andie MacDowell, co-written and directed by Harold Ramis. Murray plays Phil Connor, a TV weatherman sent to cover the annual Groundhog Day event who for reasons unknown ends up living the same day over and over again until he gets the day right. Hard to believe now but when it was released Groundhog Day, despite favorable reviews wasn’t a hit. It wasn’t until the late 90s and Murray finding his groove with Wes Anderson that Groundhog Day finally found the audience it rightly deserves. So iconic it coined the phase for we now use to describe a reoccurring situation.   Scores

[supsystic-tables id=158] Any worries you might have about Groundhog Day not having aged well are unwarranted - it’s still hilarious, amazingly warm-hearted and a little bit dark around the edges. Scoring very highly across all Flixwatcher categories - including perfect fives in recommendability and even first time watcher Amon enjoyed it enough to give it a high repeat viewing. Losing only a couple of points Groundhog Day scores a very high 4.71 overall and takes 3rd place in the Flixwatcher rankings. What do you guys think? Have you seen Groundhog Day? What did you think? Please let us know in the comments below!  

Episode #151 Crew Links

  Thanks to the Episode #151 Crew of Scott Davis (@ScottWritesFilm)  from  Hey You Guys and Amon Warmann   (@AWarmann) from Empire Magazine and Fade to Black podcast   Find their websites online at https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLytMEVetwf9_A9xF8e7NDTQw9Vn0icOKf and at  https://www.empireonline.com/ Please make sure you give them some love    

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Apr 2, 2020

James King BBC Radio 2 (previously Radio 1) Rhianna Dhillon (BBC 6music, also previously Radio 1) return to Flixwatcher to review James’ choice John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum.

John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum (JW3) picks up exactly where Chapter 2 ends, Wick (Keanu Reeves) is now “excommunicado” after an unauthorized killing on the grounds of The Continental Hotel and is on the run from every hitman in New York. JW3 takes the ante that was upped in JW2 and turns everything up to 11. The mythology of the High Table is expanded, Wick travels to Casablanca, there are horse fu and attack dogs, even more, ultra-violence, more humour, and Jerome Flynn. Chances are if you enjoyed JW and JW2 you’ll probably like JW3 (possibly it could be your favourite in the franchise so far), if you didn’t you’ll probably give this one a miss. If you’ve always wanted to see John Wick kill someone with a book then this film is the one for you. Scores

[supsystic-tables id=157] Rhianna remains unconvinced but it’s Kobi’s favourite of the franchise so far, John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum scores 3.46 overall. Want to know what Flixwatcher and guests thought of JW2? Check out the previous episode What do you guys think? Have you seen John Wick: Chapter 3 -parabellum? What did you think? Please let us know in the comments below!  

Episode #150.2 Crew Links

  Thanks to the Episode #150.2 Crew of Rhianna Dhillon (@RhiannaDhillon)  from BBC 6 music, previously Radio 1 and James King (@jameskingmovies) BBC Radio 2   Find their websites online at https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/articles/4f2hhz3XJBtCsyhdBjmwQ20/whats-rhianna-dhillon-been-listening-to and  https://www.amazon.com/Ultimate-History-80s-Teen-Movie/dp/1635765846 Please make sure you give them some love    

More about John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum

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Apr 1, 2020

For this week JW2 James Dyer (Empire Magazine and Pilot TV Magazine) and Chris Hewitt (Empire Magazine) join Flixwatcher (remotely) to review James’ choice John Wick: Chapter 2.

  John Wick: Chapter 2 (JW2) is the second film in the John Wick franchise, Keanu Reeves returns as John Wick and Chad Stahelski returns to direct. Having come out of retirement to avenge the death of his dog Wick now wants to go back in retirement but can only do this by clearing his debt in the form of a marker (a novelty-sized coin). Rejecting the marker is a violation of one of the two rules of the underworld and Wick is forced to carry out one last hit. JW2 brings the action and high kill count from JW and adds extra while taking some of the action to Rome and weaving in a little more of the mythology. JW2 is everything you would expect, drawing on martial arts and using stunt choreography over special effects keep the fight scenes fresh. Chances are if you enjoyed JW you’ll probably like JW2 (possibly it could be your favorite in the franchise so far), if you didn’t you’ll probably give this one a miss. In John Wick Reeves has created the ultimate fanboy dream hitman, after a long period in the wilderness of terrible films he has finally found his groove. He is clearly enjoying every second, his deadpan delivery (much mocked in many of his other films) just works and he gets to flex his gun-fu muscles. With a death count of 128 and an ending perfectly set up for JW3 there is a lot for fanboys to enjoy. Scores

[supsystic-tables id=156] If you’ve always wanted to see John Wick kill someone with a pencil this film is the one for you. JW2 scores highly on recommendability but lose points on the small screen score (best experienced on the big screen was universally agreed) to score 3.75 overall. What do you guys think? Have you seen John Wick Chapter 2? What did you think? Please let us know in the comments below!  

Episode #150.1 Crew Links

  Thanks to the Episode #150.1 Crew of  James Dyer  (@jamescdyer) from Empire Magazine and Pilot TV Magazine(@empiremagazine)  and Chris Hewitt (@ChrisHewitt) from Empire Magazine   Find their websites online at http://jamesdyer.co/ and  https://www.empireonline.com/   Please make sure you give them some love    

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Mar 25, 2020

Georgie Grier (The Screenster Podcast) and Hannah Russell (Mags Creative: Deliciously Ella, Honestly with Clement Telford) return to flixwatcher to review Georgie’s choice the 2014 biographical drama Wild.

  Based on the memoir, Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail, Reece Witherspoon stars as Cheryl Strayed who, despite having zero hiding experience decides to walk the Pacific Crest Trail after the death of her mother Bobbi (Laura Dern), divorce, abortion, and heroin addiction. Directed by Jean-Marc Vallée (Dallas Buyers Club) with an adapted screenplay by Nick Hornby and Oscar nominated performances from Witherspoon and Dern make Wild a remarkable journey of determination and self discovery - resisting the usual temptation for over sentimentality and smugness. In a fairly linear style, we follow Cheryl as she sets off packing too much gear and massively out of her depth in the Mojave Desert, through flashbacks and hallucinations we learn of (and vicariously feel) her past trauma and life. Complimenting Witherspoon’s remarkable performance is the stunning landscape of The Pacific Crest Trail - 2,653 miles of dramatic mountain ranges. Scores

[supsystic-tables id=155] Wild scores highly across recommendability, let down only by the repeat viewing and small screen scores and scores 3.98 (so nearly a four!) - highly recommended. What do you guys think? Have you seen Wild? What did you think? Please let us know in the comments below!  

Episode #149 Crew Links

  Thanks to the Episode #149 Crew of  Hannah Russell (@hannahruss) from Mags Creative: Deliciously Ella,(@mags.creative) Honestly with Clemmie Telford and Georgie Grier (@georgie_grier) from The Screenster Podcast   Find their websites online at https://www.magscreative.co.uk/ and  https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-screenster-podcast/id1453025577   Please make sure you give them some love    

More about Wild

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Mar 18, 2020

p>Ella Watts from Orphans podcast, BBC Sounds, and Becky Brynolf from And Then What podcast return to Flixwatcher to review Ella’s choice How to Train Your Dragon.

 

How to Train Your Dragon is a 2010 animated fantasy loosely based on the book of the same name by Cressida Powell, directed by Chris Sanders and Dean DeBlois, and produced by DreamWorks (and it’s also Ella’s favorite film).

Set in Viking times, Hiccup is an aspiring but failing Viking and keen to follow tradition by slaying dragon. By chance, he manages to trap the rarest (and dangerous) dragon the Night Fury (Toothless) but realizes that he can’t kill it and befriends it instead. Essentially How to Train Your Dragon is a film about the unknown and your fears but also learning to accept differences and with the main character with a physical disability.

 

 

Scores

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How to Train Your Dragon is a charming film that is universally appealing (not just for kids) that benefits from an emotive score and some of the best DreamWorks animations to date. How to Train Your Dragon scores generously across all the Flixwatcher categories but let down only by the small screen score - do catch it on the big screen where you can- and scores 3.91 overall.

What do you guys think? Have you seen How to Train Your Dragon? What did you think? Please let us know in the comments below!

 

Episode #148 Crew Links

 

Thanks to the Episode #148 Crew of Becky Brynolf ( @rabbitinahat ) from And Then What podcast (@andthenwhatpod) and Ella Watts @GejWatts from Orphans podcast (@OrphansAudio)

 

Find their websites online at https://soundcloud.com/user-585702036 and  https://www.orphanspod.com/

 

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Mar 11, 2020

Amelie Thomas (Fatal Attraction Podcast) and Matt Brothers (Spocklight) join Flixwatcher to review Amelie’s Choice La La Land.   La La Land is a 2016 musical from director Damien (Whiplash) Chazelle starring Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone that nearly won the Best Picture at the Oscars. Mia (Stone) is a struggling/aspiring actress in LA who has a series of chance encounters with Sebastian (Gosling) a struggling and unforgivingly rude jazz pianist. They eventually fall in love only to realize that their own ambitions and the obvious fact they are clearly not compatible and break up. More divisive than Marmite, La La Land drew many criticisms for being a musical without any particularly memorable songs (among other criticisms) - which wouldn’t matter but by not having the songs it betrays the musical genre. To others though it’s a romantic story with fated lovers set against the LA backdrop. Watch it and decide for yourself.

 
 

Scores

[supsystic-tables id=153] Strong support in the scoring for La La Land from guests Amelie and Matt and Kobi but less enthusiasm from Helen brings the overall score to 3.58. A mixed reception from Twitter echos the feelings in the studio. What do you guys think? Have you seen La La Land? What did you think? Please let us know in the comments below!  

Episode #147 Crew Links

  Thanks to the Episode #147 Crew of Amelie Thomas  (@TheOnlyCleoLuna) from Fatal Attraction Podcast and Matt Brothers  (@MattBrothers2) from Spocklight.   Find their websites online at:https://player.fm/series/fatal-attractions and https://spocklight.podbean.com/   Please make sure you give them some love    

More about La La Land

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Mar 4, 2020

Steph Watts and Caitlin Quinlan from Bechdel Fest and Who Is She podcast return to Flixwatcher to review Steph’s choice Prisoners.  

 
Prisoners is a 2013 thriller directed by Denis Villeneuve starring Hugh Jackman, Jake Gyllenhaal, and Paul Dano. Two girls are abducted from outside their homes and one of their fathers (Jackman) takes matters into his own hands after key the suspect (Dano) is arrested but subsequently released. As a result of Detective Loki (Gyllenhal) then has two cases to try and solve and time is running out for both the missing girls and the prime suspect. Prisoners is a bleak film - no plot that centers around child abduction was ever going to be Disney lite - but it starts dark and then goes darker, and darker still. In another directors hands and without the acting chops of Jackman, Gyllenhal and Dano Prisoners could quickly fall into torture porn/violence for violences sake - it’s a fine line but it (just about) doesn’t cross it.

Scores

[supsystic-tables id=152] You’ll spend most of the film working out who are the good guys and who are the bad guys, whilst trying to figure out who took the girls - be prepared for two hours of intense concentration. For something, so dark Prisoners scores fairly well in the Flixwatcher categories and scores a fairly high 3.97 overall. What do you guys think? Have you seen Prisoners? What did you think? Please let us know in the comments below!  

Episode #146 Crew Links

  Thanks to the Episode #146 Crew of Caitlin Quinlan (@csaquinlan) and Steph Watts (@stephwatts) from Bechdel Fest (@BechdelTestFest) and Who Is She podcast   Find their websites online at: http://bechdeltestfest.com/podcast/ https://caitlinquinlan.contently.com/ and https://about.me/stephwatts   Please make sure you give them some love    

More about Prisoners

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Feb 26, 2020

Becky Young (Anti Diet Riot Club) and Honey Ross (The Body Protest) join Flixwatcher to review Becky’s choice The Wife. The Wife is a 2017 drama starring Glen Close and Jonathan Pryce, directed by Björn Runge and based on the novel of the same name by Meg Wolitzer. Pryce plays Jonathan Castleman, a celebrated author, so celebrated he receives the Nobel Prize and travels to Stockholm with his loyal wife Joanie (Close) to receive the honor. Through flashbacks we learn of their early years - he is the tutor and she is the student - their affair and subsequent relationship. It quickly transpires that it all may not be as it seems and Joanie’s stoic veneer begins to falter. The Wife is Close’s film - she won the Golden Globe Award, Screen Actors Guild Award and Critics' Choice Movie Award for Best Actress for her performance, and was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actress and the BAFTA Award for Best Actress but lost out (was robbed!!) to Olivia Coleman. She is incredible and The Wife is worth watching for her alone.

Scores
 

[supsystic-tables id=151] Unsurprisingly The Wife scores very highly across all Flixwatcher categories and scores a very respectable 4.19 overall. What do you guys think? Have you seen The Wife? What did you think? Please let us know in the comments below!  

Episode #145 Crew Links

  Thanks to the Episode #145 Crew of  Becky Young (@AntiDietRiot/@Sloppy_spice) from Anti Diet Riot Club   and   Honey Ross @PinkProtest/@HoneyKinny) from The Body Protest Find their websites online at http://antidietriotclub.co.uk/and https://audioboom.com/channels/4993418 Please make sure you give them some love    

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Feb 19, 2020

Frank Didymus (Queer Intersectional Healthcare Activist) and Andrew Johnstone (sometimes podcaster occasional Digital Humanist) return to Flixwatcher to review Frank’s choice The Silence of the Lambs.   The Silence of the Lambs is the 1991 adaptation of the Thomas Harris novel of the same name starring Jodie Foster and Anthony Hopkins (both Oscar-winning performances) and directed by Jonathan Demme. Clarice Starling (Foster), trainee FBI agent is brought in to help track down a serial killer “Buffalo Bill” by enlisting the help of the brilliant psychiatrist but cannibalistic serial killer Dr. Hannibal Lector (Hopkins). It won the ‘big five’ at the Academy Awards - Actor, Actress, Picture, Director and Adapted Screenplay - only the third film to ever do so. Every one it deserves, Demme direction is both grotesque and compulsive, slow-burning and unbelievably tense, extremely dark but also occasionally funny.  

Scores

[supsystic-tables id=150] Unsurprisingly The Silence of the Lambs scores highly across pretty much all of the Flixwatcher categories - overall it scores an impressive 4.68 - making it the current 4th top-ranked Flixwatcher film. What do you guys think? Have you seen The NeverEnding Story? What did you think? Please let us know in the comments below!  

Episode #144 Crew Links

  Thanks to the Episode #144 Crew of  Andrew Johnstone (@podcastsquared) from sometimes podcaster occasional Digital Humanist and Frank (on their podcast debut!) Didymus (@transrmn) (Queer Intersectional Healthcare Activist)   Find their websites online at: https://www.andrewdjohnstone.com/ and  https://transrmn.wordpress.com/ Please make sure you give them some love    

More about The Silence of the Lambs

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Feb 12, 2020

Illustrators David Litchfield and Sam Gilby return to Flixwatcher to review David’s choice, Back to the Future Part 2.     Back to the Future Part 2 reunited Michael J Fox’s Marty McFly and Christopher Lloyd’s Doc, however, Crispin Glover did not return and Elizabeth Shue joined as Marty’s girlfriend Jennifer. Both Robert Zemeckis and Bob Gale returned to direct and write respectively. It was filmed back to back with Part 3 and was the third highest-grossing film of 1989. BTTF 2 picks up exactly where BTTF ended. They go back to the future (2015) to save their future children but Marty picks up an almanac and inadvertently changes the future. They return to 1985, which is now changed - and it’s not good - and they have to fix things by going back to 1955 (again). It’s fair to say BTTF 2 is not the five star classic BTTF is. The plot feels a bit tired, the product placement tie-ins are jarring (Michael Jackson), the vision of 2015 doesn’t really work and Fox playing his own future daughter is just weird! Watching BTTF 2 with 2020 eyes it’s hard to ignore some of the films misogyny - Jennifer being knocked out early on to avoid her hindering the rescue mission - and nothing can hide some of the terrible make up effects (Lorraine’s fake boobs) and the absence of Glover.

Scores

[supsystic-tables id=148] Not as fun or warmed hearted as BTTF this sequel will still hold a special place for die hard fans but maybe not earn many new first time watch fans. Back to the Future Part 2 scores 3.61 overall. What do you guys think? Have you seen The Thing? What did you think? Please let us know in the comments below!  

Episode #143 Crew Links

  Thanks to the Episode #143 Crew of Illustrators Sam Gilbey (@samgilbey) and David Litchfield (@dc_litchfield)   Find their websites online at: https://samgilbeyillustrates.bigcartel.com/ and https://www.davidlitchfieldillustration.com/   Please make sure you give them some love    

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Feb 5, 2020

Ben (@TopFilmTip) and Rich (Betamax Video Club podcast) join Flixwatcher to review Ben’s choice the Oscar nominated animation I Lost My Body.

  I Lost My Body is a 2019 French animated film based on the book Happy Hand by Guillaume Laurant (who also co-wrote the screenplay) and directed by Jérémy Clapin. It won the Nespresso Grand Prize (critics choice) at Cannes making it the first animation to do so. I Lost My Body is almost two stories, one is the story of a severed hand, dancing and fighting its way across Paris while having to defend itself against rats and pigeons to rejoin its owner. The second is a sad story of orphan Naoufel, who fails at delivering pizza but by chance meets Gabrielle who opens his world to other opportunities. Scores

[supsystic-tables id=148] I Lost My Body is best watched non dubbed with subtitles to get the full Paris flavours and charms and with a run time of 81 minutes, it’s very much worth your attention. I Lost My Body scored fairly well, let down a little by repeat viewing but still scores a respectable 3.21 overall. What do you guys think? Have you seen I Lost My Body? What did you think? Please let us know in the comments below!  

Episode #142 Crew Links

  Thanks to the Episode #142 Crew of Ben @topfilmtip and Rich(Betamax Video Club podcast) @BetaMaxPod Find their websites online at https://twitter.com/TopFilmTip and www.patreon.com/BetamaxVideoClub  Please make sure you give them some love    

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Jan 29, 2020

Rhianna Dhillon (BBC 6music, previously Radio 1) and James King BBC Radio 2, also previously Radio 1) join Flixwatcher to review Rhianna’s choice Sense and Sensibility.

Sense and Sensibility is the 1995 Ang Lee directed adaptation of the Jane Austen classic starring Emma Thompson (winning Best Adapted Screenplay), Kate Winslet and Alan Rickman and Hugh Grant I’m supporting roles. It tells the story of the Dashwood girls, who after the death of their father are left in “ruin” with only their half brother John to look after them financially. After they are moved to a more modest house the older sisters Elinor (Thompson) and Marianne (Winslet) fall in love with various characters, with their respective ‘sense’ and ‘sensibility’ reflected in their interactions. An absolute must for any Austen fan, this version allowed Thompson to bring her own flourish to a well loved classic and it was largely well received. Questionable whether non Austen aficionados would find it as charming, especially given its two hour run time. Scores

[supsystic-tables id=147] There was mostly a lot of love for Sense and Sensibility and it scored generously on recommendability but slight lower on engagement due to the two hour run time, giving an overall score of 3.89. What do you guys think? Have you seen Sense and Sensibility? What did you think? Please let us know in the comments below!  

Episode #140 Crew Links

  Thanks to the Episode #140 Crew of  Hannah Russell (@hannahruss) from Mags Creative: Deliciously Ella,(@mags.creative) Honestly with Clemmie Telford and Georgie Grier (@georgie_grier) from The Screenster Podcast   Find their websites online at https://www.magscreative.co.uk/ and  https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-screenster-podcast/id1453025577   Please make sure you give them some love    

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