We all go a little mad sometimes and some of us are crazy for the flick about a secretary on the run, who checks into a remote motel run by a young man under the control of his overbearing mother. ChatFlix has finally gone Psycho (1960).
Folling Dial M For Murder (Episode 126) and Rear Window (Episode 154), Alfred Hitchcock would light up cinemas once again with a whole other kind of movie going experience and further cement his role in popular culture.
Join Danielle as she checks into The Brose Motel and meets its shy proprietor Stu but where exactly is James in all this?
Don't give away the ending - it's the only one we have! Check in, get comfortable and enjoy a shower with our latest episode TODAY!
This week Brose catches up with former Managing Editor of The Project, artist and musician Tom Whitty.
Tom has just started watching one of Brose's favourite shows and, to be honest, Brose gets a little too excited.
If you are curious about Tom's art check out:
This week we chat about the Movie that Started it All! Well, Paul Hogan’s issues with the Australian Tax Office anyway! Crocodile Dundee is the film that gave us the iconic character Mick J Dundee and 3 unnecessary sequels.
A whole generation of Aussies grew up knowing him as the cheeky larrikin TV comedian, Hoges. The world would help make him the star of what his still Australia’s highest grossing film here in Oz.
With Brose Avard as your guide and Jarrod Welsh wearing the Crocodile tooth hat, I guess that means Matt O’Neil will be bending down into the billabong wearing a tight, black one piece?
Download now to find out how we find the original Crocodile Dundee 34 years later.
This week Brose has a chat with comedian, podcaster and TV producer Dan Ilic.
We find out what he's been up to and, of course, what he's been watching!
Check out Dan's podcast, A Rational Fear:
And his amazing Audible series, Riot Act:
This week Brose has a chat with comedian and podcast host Dave O'Neil about what he's been doing, what he's been eating and what he's been watching.
Check out Dave's great podcast via the link below!
In the 1970s Bruce Lee and Raymond Chow set out to make the film that would change martial arts films forever: Enter the Dragon.
Its affect on pop culture is immeasurable. From Bruce Lee rip offs to Blacksploitation Kung Fu films to video games to movies based on those video games and beyond. Everything can be traced back to one film: Enter the Dragon.
This week Brose sits down with Danielle Chau, Adam Thomas and Harry Wall to talk about Bruce Lee's greatest film: They Still Call Me Bruce. No, sorry, Enter the Dragon!
Check out more of guest Harry Wall's film reviews:
This week Brose has a chat with comedian and broadcaster Lehmo. A wander through what Lehmo has been watching over the last few months and some tasty recommendations!
Today (Wednesday 7th October 2020) marks the final day of the inaugural Pick the Flick voting which enable our listeners to choose the film we will review for the upcoming 250th episode. Make sure you head to our social media (@chatflixpodcast on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook) and place your vote for this auspicious occasion.
Somewhere between Los Angeles and Chicago the pilots of a domestic flight fall sick at the zero hour and only one man can ensure that a plane lands safely and he’s afraid of flying! It’s 1980’s Jim Abrahams, David Zucker & Jerry Zucker visually, verbally punny, gaggy, comedy flick, Airplane! …or as we know it in Australia; Flying High!
The plane's going to Chicago but Brose is bound for New York and the guys from Man Bites God are going to pieces!
Ladies and gentlemen, we have a choice of steak or fish for dinner. The Captain has turned off the fasten seat belt sign, and you may now move freely about the cabin. Pop your portable electronic devices into your ears and listen to our latest episode TODAY!!