PODCAST-EPISODE 16, SEASON 4

Join Luke McWilliams as he reviews new to cinema releases;
  • Oblivion,
  • Kon-Tiki; and 
  • Identity Thief!

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PODCAST-EPISODE 45, SEASON 3

Join Luke McWilliams as he reviews new to cinema releases;

Special Guest: Local actor and comic-book reviewer, Mr Big Tim Stiles from Giant Fire Breathing Robot joins the club to discuss the Australian premiere of the Australian Sci-Fi Thriller, Crawlspace!

PODCAST-EPISODE 46 SEASON 3

Join Luke McWilliams as he reviews new to cinema releases;

  • The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn: Part 2; and 
  • Seven Psycopaths

In the wait for next week's Skyfall, Luke shares his favourite James Bond movie, Casino Royale!

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PODCAST-EPISODE 43, SEASON 3

Join Luke McWilliams as he reviews new to cinema releases;

  • The Intouchables; and
  • To Rome With Love

 

Special Guest: Simon Weaving - Artistic Director, Canberra International Film Festival

PODCAST-EPISODE 42, SEASON 3

Join Luke McWilliams as he reviews new to cinema releases;

Special Guest: Ms Marisa Martin of Enemies of Reality Media shares a favourite cult-classic, Peggy Sue Got Married!

PODCAST-EPISODE 41, SEASON 3

Join Luke McWilliams and Katy Haynes as they review new to cinema releases;

Katy also has a look at a classic favourite, Persuasion

PODCAST-EPISODE 29, SEASON 3

Join Luke McWilliams and Katy Haynes as they review new to cinema releases;

Not Suitable for Children; and

The Dark Knight Rises

PODCAST-EPISODE 26, SEASON 3

Join Luke McWilliams as he interviews Mr Rolf de Heer, the writer producer and director of the new to cinema Australian dark comedy release, The King is Dead, and one of the movie's many leads, Mr Gary Waddell (The Proposition, Killing Time, Chopper).


PODCAST-EPISODE 24, SEASON 3

Join Luke McWilliams and Katy Haynes as they review new to cinema releases;

  • Le Chef,
  • Rock of Ages; and 
  • Cabin in the Woods

PODCAST-EPISODE 18, SEASON 3

Join Luke McWilliams and Katy Haynes as they review some pretty grim new cinema releases:

  • The Five Year Engagement; and
  • The Way

Katy also reviews the classic gothic-horror, Whatever Happened to Baby Jane? Urgh!