With characters like Tricky Dicky and Deepthroat you would be forgiven for thinking this weeks episode was a total smutfest but instead Jade, Brose, Stu and Nick Coe get all cultured and political and talk about the classic Redford/Hoffman drama All the President's Men.
Based on the true story of Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodward's investigation into the 1972 break in at the Watergate Hotel that lead to Nixon's resignation, the film follows the two reporters as they gather sources that aren't twitter quotes, do thorough research and don't do a single list article. They are practically unrecognisable from modern journalists.
It's 1986 and Jim Henson's camera lingers lovingly on a shot of David Bowies crotch. It captivates the world and 30 years later Brose, Jade, Stu and Muppets guru / Project producer KB Barker gather to talk about the not-at-all creepy story of a 14 year old girl being wooed by a grown man in leggings in a maze designed to entrap her... also he's trying to steal babies.
We discuss the amazing world of the Labyrinth filled with Brian Froud's delightful creatures under the direction of Henson.
Mainly we talk about Bowie. You want to know why? Because he's the flippin Goblin King that's why!
Make sure you rate and review us because the Goblin King asked you to.
There can be only.... umm four? Join Jade, Brose, Stu and stuntman, and brother of Jade, Rian as they talk about the film Highlander!
The Frenchman plays a Scottish dude, the Scot plays an Egyptian Spaniard, Brian May plays a mean guitar on the soundtrack and Stuart plays the pedant.
We discuss swordfights, backflips and how there were a bunch of sequels so clearly they were lying about only being one.
Comics superstar Tristan Jones joins Jade, Brose and Stu on ChatFlix to discuss one of his favourite films: James Camerson's legendary Aliens (1986) and maybe drop a few hints about what is coming up in the new Aliens comic book Aliens: Defiance written by Brian Wood as well as talk about the current state of the Aliens cinematic universe.
Meanwhile Trev sits out on the balcony because Brose's dog Sammy was getting a little too excited.
Jade, Brose, Trev and guest Tamzen Hayes chat about Miyazaki's triumphant Spirited Away. We discuss the gorgeous visuals, the rich storytelling and the legend that is Hayao Miyazaki.
Brose and Jade talk to the film makers of Hired Gun about the musicians that play with the musicians you know and love.
Director Fran Strine and subject Ray Parker Jr. sit down with the guys as part of the Melbourne International Film Festival to talk music, business and Ghostbusters fame.