Top 10 A24 Films

The old adage of the show must go on has never been more apt for The Countdown as Wayne pushes through COVID to highlight some of the finer indie films of the last decade or so in this celebration of the very best A24 studio films. 
Of course, the guy…

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness review

For the 28th time, the guys have headed out to the cinema – well, 27th, but no-one saw Thor: The Dark World on the big screen, did they? – to see an MCU film. On this occasion, Doctor Strange is back in a sequel and its directed by horror and superhero…

The Marvel Cinematic Universe Ranked!

Countdown #371
 
This week in celebration of the latest Marvel Cinematic Universe film, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, Wayne and Paul set out to achieve the impossible – at least in THIS universe – by giving their definitive* rankings of …

War on Seagal 1: Sniper Special Ops

There is unquestionably too much conflict and violence in this world. And as much as we hate to add to it, we feel we must now take the battle to the podcast’s greatest enemy. No, it is not PG films, or PC Culture, or Forrest Gump, musicals or Blumhous…

Top 10 Last 10: Give Peace a Chance Edition

Countdown #370
 

In a mammoth Top 10 Last 10, Paul and Wayne are once again counting down ten of their most recent viewings they’ve yet to talk about on the show, ranking them from worst to best and mini-reviewing each film.
 

Highlights of this Ep i…

The Northman review

An epic tale of gory revenge from critical darling director, Robert Eggers? This should be an a lock for Paul, but is too heavy on the indie and not big enough on the gory revenge? Meanwhile, how will Wayne feel about having to sit through something ha…

Top 10 Touchstone Pictures Films

Countdown #369
 
This week the boys tackle the best of Disney Studio’s more adult production arm, Touchstone Pictures.
 
Having been all but shut down in the early 2010s, this is a bit of a trip down Nostalgia Lane for both Paul and Wayne, as they reliv…

The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent review

How can Nicolas Cage become more Nicolas Cage-like? By playing himself in a meta-buddy-action-comedy, of course!
 

The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent has been getting some really strong early critical reviews, but is this really the beginning of …

Top 10 Movie Monologues – with B-Dizzle from the We Watched a Thing Podcast

Countdown #368
 
After 367 countdown, the guys decided it was time for something a little different. So inspired by the idea from this week’s guest, the amazing B-Dizzle from the We Watched a Thing Podcast, they decided to not only do the top 10 monolo…

Ambulance review

Low angles! Drones! Fast cutting! An over the top (Jake Gyllenhaal) performance! Weird supporting characters with one quirky defining characteristic!
 

Yes, Michael Bay returns! But this is a slightly more restrained Michael Bay, with almost no icky, …

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