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The BanterFlix Movie Podcast
59 minutes | 3 years ago
The BanterFlix 2017 Review Podcast
Since it’s the end of the year, Jim decided to catch up to with two BanterFlix regulars, Neil Sedgewick from Films and Faith and our very own Gavin Moriarty as we chatted about some of the cinematic highs and lows of the past twelve months.
69 minutes | 3 years ago
Star Wars: The Last Jedi
We’ve awoken from our festive slumber to chat about Star Wars: The Last Jedi, as Jim caught up with Joseph Lennon and Bill Taylor to see what they thought of Ryan Johnson’s Episode VIII. Don’t worry this podcast isn’t completely preoccupied with all things Star Wars because Jim also spoke with Jess Black about Wonder, which is still in cinemas.
70 minutes | 3 years ago
The BanterFlix Christmas TV Guide 2017
On this episode, Jim was joined by Neil Sedgewick from Films and Faith, BanterFlix’s very own Therese Rea and The Big List’s Leigh Forgie as we picked out some of the movies to look out for on TV over Christmas.
95 minutes | 3 years ago
Justice League and the hunt for the McGuffins
On this podcast, we discussed The Florida Project, Paddington 2 and Justice League. We spoke with Geraldine Mcdonald about Newcastle Community Cinema’s Full Moon Festival and chatted with Ethan Barr about this year’s Foyle Film Festival. We also caught up with Greer Ellison and Merlin Merton about their feature Butterfly Kisses, which was recently screened here in Belfast.
58 minutes | 3 years ago
Poirot’s Whimsical Moustache
On this podcast, Jim chatted with Mike McCourt about Murder on the Orient Express, Gavin Moriarty about The Killing of a Sacred Deer and discussed Thor: Ragnarok with Alice Byrne. Thanks to the Cinemagic Film Festival he also chatted with Joe Martin about his film Us and Them, which was screened within this year’s programme.
78 minutes | 3 years ago
The ‘Heebie Jeebies’ Edition
On this podcast Jim chatted with some of BanterFlix’s contributors and asked them to pick out some of the movies that have given them the ‘heebie jeebies’ over the years. So we ended up discussing an eclectic mix of films like The Thing, Halloween, Lady in White, Quatermass and the Pit and The Omen.
76 minutes | 3 years ago
On this podcast Jim chatted to John Monahan about Blade Runner 2049, Hamish Calvert about Happy Death Day and local filmmaker Jim McMorrow about The Death of Stalin. He also spoke with Joseph Mc Elroy about his thoughts on Ridley Scott’s Blade Runner.
56 minutes | 3 years ago
Flatliners Must We?
On this edition of our movie review podcast Jim chatted to Neil Sedgewick from Films and Faith about Goodbye Christopher Robin, Alan Meban about Daphne, Arron Flanagan from the Comic Book Guys about Flatliners (2017) and Michael Campbell about The Mountain Between Us. He also spoke with local Film Historian Robert J. E. Simpson about Jerry Lewis and his work on the controvesial feature, The Day the Clown Cried.
65 minutes | 3 years ago
Kingsman and the Chauvinist Circle!
On this weeks show we chatted to Stephen Burke, the writer/director of Maze and spoke with some of the cast of Nick Kelly’s feature debut The Drummer and the Keeper. We also reviewed Kingsman: The Golden Circle, Victoria and Abdul and Maze. We also chatted about Alien: Covenant AGAIN!!
87 minutes | 3 years ago
Why So Serious?
This week’s podcast features our special panel discussion from the Strand Arts Centre on Cinema Day as we tried to define the cinematic experience for audiences today. Jim speaks with Francis Lee, the director of God’s Own Country and Aaron Flanagan from the Comic Book Guys about the news of a Joker origin movie and Jonathan Cardwell from the Belfast Times reviews Stephen King’s It.
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