We asked YOU to Pick the Flick for our 250th episode and this time it’s WAR! In the year 2197 mankind is locked in an interstellar war with an alien insectoid species in Paul Verhoevan’s Sci-Fi Action Adventure flick; Starship Troopers (1997)
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It’s Klendathu or bust! And BROSE has assembled his own team of Roughnecks when Stu, Caity and Angus chat themselves into the first wave of attack until the cavalry arrives in the form of James, Looch, Trev, Danielle and Jarrod!
When it comes to podcasting BROSE only has two rules - Everybody Chats
No One Quits (Listening)
We will not stop chatting, well, until we die or you find a better pod! So, pop us in your ears, grab a spot on the frontline of the new frontier and help us celebrate our 250th Chat TODAY!
This week, for our 249th episode, Brose has a chat with broadcaster and writer David Astle.
Find out what David has been reading and watching during 2020, some great recommendations to be heard.
Also, we visit I Drink Your Podcast as a part of the ChatFlix Podcast Festival. For more informations and to listen visit:
Don't forget to head to our socials, @chatflixpodcast, to make suggestions for our Pick the Trilogy poll, soon to be launched on our Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.
When rogue military operatives seize control of Washington DC’s International Airport only the same guy in the wrong place at the wrong time can save the day… ..again!
Brose, Shaun, Jarrod and with assistance from Looch, will need a little more than 58 Minutes to chat about great action flicks, good movie sequels, horrible car battery commercials, Pirate movie directors and all the other ingredients that make up the second instalment of the Die Hard franchise.
All outgoing flights have been delayed, incoming flights are circling waiting to land and you have a fully charged phone (or whatever you use to listen to podcasts). So, while John McClane Dies Harder than he did in 1988 (without ever actually dying, plug us into your ears and listen to our latest episode TODAY!
This week Brose has a chat with Samuel Cairnduff, Director of Marketing and Communications with the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra.
A fun conversation about how the TSO has dealt with the pandemic, how live film score concerts are produced and what Sam has been watching during Hobart's brief lockdown.
Also, for Part One of the ChatFlix Podcast Festival we drop into Theatre of the World from the guys from Man Bites God. Theatre of the World is a short series of scripted comedy and songs, we hope you enjoy the clip as much as we do.
AND don't forget to hit up @chatflixpodcast on Facebook, Twitter or IG to help us Pick the Trilogy. We are asking our listeners to suggest trilogies that are missing from our library so that we can then vote on which trilogy we review soon on ChatFlix.
Is it true that Tintin was based on the intellect and boyish charm of Stuart? That Haddock is a thinly veiled cartoon of Brose? And are the Thompson Twins merely the Stephen Twins? No, not at all. That's ridiculous and such speculation has no place in the blurb for this episode!
What IS this week's film for discussion? If you haven't guessed (or read it in iTunes when you clicked on the episode) maybe you shouldn't listen to ChatFlix?
It is The Adventures of Tintin!! Stephen Spielberg (the Stephen triplets?) and Peter Jackson's combined effort to adapt Tintin and make an Indiana Jones movie without Indiana Jones.
Download now to find out how we think the movie panned out.
This week Brose has a chat with another colleague from his days at The Project; audio engineer and camera operator Craig Pringle.
Recently Craig has become a father, worked hard establishing his production company with is lovely partner Mel and has been running around chasing renovating couples on The Block! He also managed to watch some tv as well!
For more information about Black Fox Productions hit up:
When a man discovers he is a human raised by gorillas he must decide to which of the two worlds he belongs.
Beat your chest and let out almighty YELL!! We’re chatting the immortal legend, as only Disney can imagine; Tarzan (1999).
Brose takes us on a Jungle Cruise spotting Elephants, Jaguars and Phil Collins - OH MY! With comedian Isabella Valette and illustrator Kayla Coombs while Jazz is left behind Trashin’ The Camp (Shooby doop dobby dop dobby doop dobby dah dah doo dap).
Fasten your loincloth, find a quiet spot in your treehouse, pop in your headphones and listen to our latest episode TODAY!
This week Brose has a chat with TV producer Ged Wood.
Ged and Brose worked together many years ago on Letters and Numbers for SBS. Ged has also worked on The Block, Spicks and Specks and The Masked Singer.
Ged is now producing the podcast There Will Be a Test with Dave Thornton (available where all great podcasts are available!):