The Chatflix gang go back to the 80s and high school to chat about Heathers.
High school can be cruel, but not as cruel as Christian Slater’s J.D who wreaks vengeance on the cool kids of school and it’s up to Winona Ryder to stop him, if she wants to…
Heather Brose, Heather Danielle, Kirsty O’Connor and Jarrod Welsh gather around the cool kids table to talk about one of our most quotable films ever. I wasn’t invited to sit at the table but that’s fine. I don’t mind. Not at all…
Now where did I put my poison.
It’s a well known fact that the third film in a trilogy is always the best. Just look at Godfather part III! And so we arrive at the third in the Batman 89 series, Batman Forever. Val Kilmer takes over the cowl from Michael Keaton as Joel Schumacher replaces Burton’s gothic quirky Gotham for a gonzo neon madness. But stealing the show are the two villains.
So time to answer the riddle did Brose, Trev and comedian Angus Brown like it? Yes, no or will we be two faced about it?
When the White House (Secret Service Code: “Black Olympus") is captured by a terrorist mastermind and the President is kidnapped, disgraced former Presidential Secret Service Agent "Magic" Mike Banning finds himself trapped within the building.
Or something? I do get this and Olympus Has Fallen confused. Is this the one where there’s only one guy in the White House who can team up with a far too young president and they both fight off an elite terrorist group?
Brose, Shaun Crawford and Tamzen Hayes watched the film so they can talk about whether it’s Channing Tatum or Gerard Butler’s team up with either either Ray Charles or Two Face.