Trying something a little different this month, it's a new show called Flashback Film Guys. Neale Bastiaans and Alex Watkinson are watching movies they loved as kids with fresh eyes. The only rule is they gotta be at least 20 years old. To kick off this journey they revisited the Jean-Claude Van Damme classic BLOODSPORT (1988). Splits, spin kicks, the DIM MAK!!! Does it all still work? Do we still love it? Check out FLASHBACK FILM GUYS to find out! OK USA!!!
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Neale and Warren are making some Oscars picks and predictions. The sound quality is a bit off this week due to technical difficulties, but still a really great episode.
Neale and Warren are counting down their respective top 10 favourite films of the last 10 years. Looking back there were some really great films this past decade. The show does have a few technical difficulties, briefly losing audio a couple times, but nothing major.
Neale and Warren got to see Hate Crime, a new film from director Steven Esteb. Starring Kevin Bernhardt, Amy Redford, John Schneider, and Jordan Salloum. Hate Crime drops September 24th on Amazon Prime, InDemand, DIRECTTV, FlixFling, FANDANGO, Hoopla, Vimeo on demand, Vudu, AT&T, and Sling/Dish.
This week Neale is joined be filmmaker Steven Esteb. They talk about Steven's newest film Hate Crime, his career, how film has evolved, and lots more. This is a great conversation so check it out. Hate Crime drops on streaming on September 24th. You can find it on Amazon Prime, InDemand, DIRECTTV, FlixFling, FANDANGO, Hoopla, Vimeo on Demand, VUDU, AT&T, and Sling/Dish.
This week Neale welcomes back Ben Vickery and Warren Nightingale, and they're talking about the Amazon Prime original series THE BOYS. This is a fantastic tv show, and a great spoiler filled conversation. As a special bonus Ben showed up with a couple bottles of scotch, and a great time was had by all.