All aboard the bus! Chatflix is on tour and we’re headed ALLLL the way back to 1973 (actually the year 2000), for Cameron Crowe’s kinda, sorta semi-autobiographical, drama, comedy; Almost Famous.
With Brose unmistakably the lead singer, the rest of the band is made up with; author, broadcaster and speech aficionado Tony Wilson & Danielle Chau.
We chat the story of a teenage Rolling Stone reporter (Patrick Fugit) on the road with the famous... well almost famous... rock band Still Water (featuring Billy Crudup and Jason Lee) and their Band Aids (Kate Hudson and Anna Paquin).
So, what do you love about music? And flicks about fictitious rock bands? Pop your headphones in and listen to our latest episode TODAY.
It’s a strange world out there, and no one quite does strange like David Lynch! Take a trip with us, back to 1986 to chat out FIRST EVER Lynch flick; Blue Velvet.
Brose sits down to unpack this part Neo-Noir/Part Psychological Horror and ALL 100% David Lynch nuttiness with Chatflix stalwart, Danielle and joined by Zak Hepburn from Melbourne’s favourite art-deco, single-screen cinema specialising in both classics & new releases, The Astor Theatre.
Starring Kyle MacLachlan, Isabella Rossellini, Dennis Hopper (see above mentioned nuttiness) and everyone’s favourite paleobotanist, Laura Dern.
Frank Booth may scream at you to stop looking at him but he never said anything about listening. So, masks up and earphones in! Check out what what we’re chatting by downloading us TODAY!
This week Shaun and Brose look at the debut film for the Coen Brothers; Blood Simple.
Possibly the most complex of all the debut films we've looked at, Ethan and Joel bring together Frances McDormand, John Getz, Dan Hedaya and M. Emmet Walsh for this neo-noir, psycho-sexual thriller.
When it comes to stealing millions in mob money and pinning the blame on someone else you’ve gotta listen to Shaun and Brose ... as they chat Corky (Gina Gershon) and Violet’s (Jennifer Tilly) scheme when they continue their series of chats of debut flicks from famous directors with
The Wachowskis 1996 feature flick; Bound The Wachowski’s delivered a sexy, romantic, violent, crime thriller all wrapped up in murder and money before they had the whole world asking “what is The Matrix?”
This week ChatFlix is very lucky to be joined by the star of Christopher Nolan's debut feature film Following, Jeremy Theobald.
Jeremy joins Shaun, James and Brose over Zoom to chat the making of Following and what he has been up to more recently.
We are grateful for the time Jeremy made to talk to us and we hope you enjoy this chat as much we did.
Listen to Shaun and I review Following on episode 208 (June 10).
When three friends plan a robbery and go on the run we don’t usually chat about it. UNLESS those three friend are from Wes Anderson’s debut flick; Bottle Rocket.
Continuing their series of chats about debut flicks from famous directors, Shaun and Brose team up again turning their attention to the bottle-less, rocket-less crime comedy that gave us not once, not twice but three times a Wilson’s (Owen, Luke and Andrew) with the great James Caan.