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Two old friends who live 4,000 miles away from each other get together to discuss weird, wonderful and downright awful TV shows, movies, games, bands and albums. Join Brett and Cliff as they discuss everything from cult cinema classics to daytime TV soaps and critically acclaimed hits to bargain bin rejects. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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We welcome Davey Hall back to discuss Wolf Creek, a film he said he'd never watch again after first seeing it in 2005. What does he think now? Find out that, what Cliff's tessies are up to and enjoy a mystical landmark quiz. Music comes from Fatlantic with RPG. Find out more here Fatlantic - Home | Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com › ... › Musician/…
 
We revisit this Channel 4 documentary that follows three people who think they've bee abducted by aliens and the organisation that has been set up to help people like them. There's also an alien quiz and the fantastic new single from PICTISH TRAILhttps://pictishtrail.co.uk. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
We take a look back at The Smiths' final album, Strangeways, Here We Come. By the time is was released the band had split up but it has some of their very best tracks on it. There's also a Zimbabwean football quiz, some topless shenanigans and music from Line From A Poem. You can listen to more here Lines From A Poem - Home | Facebookhttps://www.fa…
 
Puppet master Rod Hull and his psychotic bird move into a pink windmill with a bunch of brainwashed Disney kid rejects. There's a witch, a freaky crocodile a calypso band and that's about it. Music comes from the sublime King Champion Sounds...King Champion Sounds: Between Two Worldshttps://kingchampionsounds.bandcamp.com › album See acast.com/priv…
 
We look back at Chopper, a biopic of the infamous Australian criminal of the same nickname. Starring Eric Bana it's a brilliant look at the larger-than-life inmate and murderer. There's also some counting confusion and a world-class quiz. Music comes from Glasgow's Tomorrow Syndicate with Populous. Find more from the band here https://tomorrowsyndi…
 
The 1978 Robert Stigwood production of Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band is a musical mess. It's long been derided by critics and disowned by those in it. But we hadn't;t seen it so decided to watch it. We also talk about holidays, books and have music from Cardiff's Dave Dark and the Sharks. You can find out more about Dave here https://davedar…
 
Wed discuss one of our old favourites fro being kids but don't really like what we see. There are two competing quizzes, a wheelchair mishap and music from the brilliant German band Audiac. You can find more form them here AUDIAC – OFFICIAL WEBSITEhttps://www.audiac.net. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Brett picks a disturbing hoax documentary from 1977 that convicted viewers the world was going to end. It's soundtracked by Brian Eno and stars someone from Allo Allo and a Thunderbird. There's also some Barrymore chat (Michael), some Cliff singing and a shambolic quiz. Music comes from Birmingham band Three Little Wolves. You can hear more of thei…
 
Allo Allo was a British sitcom that was always on in Brett and Cliff's family homes growing up. Nazis, the French resistance, stowaway airmen, saucy waitresses and stolen paintings go into the pot of the classic comedy. Would it get made now? Almost certainly not. Is it still funny? Listen to find out. You'll also hear how Cliff had 'a proper Cliff…
 
Brett picks Sherlock Holmes, one of his favourite things, and we watch Jeremy Brett's version of Arthur Conan Doyle's detective. The Speckled Band includes gypsies, a baboon and a remarkable feat of strength. There's music from the brilliant Delving and the hypnotic track of the same name. Listen to more here https://delving-music.bandcamp.com/albu…
 
The 2008 movie Lake Mungo is considered one of the scariest of all time. The documentary-style tale of a missing/dead teenager is way ahead of the curve. That the director Joel Anderson has seemingly disappeared from view after making this, his sole movie, makes it even more curious. There's also some bizarre people chat, football excitement and gr…
 
We're joined by former Empire editor Mark Dinning to discuss the scariest movie he's ever seen - 1980's The Changeling. The George C. Scott haunted house movie is something of a lost classic and a favourite of the likes of Martin Scorsese, Steven Spielberg and other greats. There's a fantastic Brad Pitt story, a John Carpenter love-in and music fro…
 
We revisit 1990s TV classic Gladiators, taking in Wolf's growl, Hawk's smile and Jet's intelligence. There's also a quiz about facts, a steak thief and more Music comes from The Rah's. You can find more about the band here The Rah'shttps://therahs.co.uk. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
In this episode we tackle one of Brett's favourites, Dr Terror's House of Horrors. There's some football talk, an Andrea Bocelli anecdote and music from Northern Revelation. You can find more out about the band here Northern Revelation - Home | Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com › ... › Musician/Band. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out inf…
 
As everyone's in Euro fever, we decided to look back at a defining part of our youth, Euro 96 when England came so close to doing it... There's ice cream talk, sauce sandwiches and a couple of footie related quizzes. We're joined once more by Luke from The Mariners who is also a digital artist specialising in football stadiums. Music comes from New…
 
Brett introduced Cliff to Dylan when they were 15, and Cliff didn't like him. Years later he's pretty much a completist, so forced Brett to listen to his weird-ish, poorly received 18th album, 1978's Street Legal. There's some football chat as well, and a quiz about tube stations. Music comes from Lines from a Poem with new single Happy Pills. Chec…
 
Brett picks Slade in Flame starring one of his favourite bands. The gritty drama follows Noddy Holder, Jim Lea, Don Powell and Dave Hill as the band Flame and it charts their rise to fame and the pressures that come with it. There's also some sausage discussion and a letter from the birds, as well as fantastic music from Wily Bo Walker, and you can…
 
Cliff chooses this 1970 movie starring Jane Asher as a young swimming baths attendant who toys with the emotions of a young admirer who works with her. Mike ends up taking his admiration of Asher's Susan a bit too far in this forgotten gem that only got a restoration in 2012. There's another bird update, some birthday chat, a quiz and music from Fr…
 
Brett suggests this little-known British horror from 1972. Death Line, also known as Raw Meat in the US, stars Donald Pleasance as an inspector looking into the disappearance of a high-ranking UK official on the London Underground. The grisly truth uncovers a scandal and a tribe of cannibals, yet it still manages to be filled with humour. There is …
 
Founder of the Lost Map record label Johnny Lynch tells us about his love for Reeves & Mortimer and how influential they've been in his career performing as Pictish Trail. We run through his top five Vic & Bob moments before playing a track from Bas Jan, which was released on Lost Map. You can find out more about Lost Map here https://www.lostmap.c…
 
This week's episode takes us to space, the final frontier in fact, with one of Brett's favourite lockdown shows. The episode in question is a controversial one, Star Trek: The Next Generation's Conspiracy, which divided viewers overeats violence and use of body horror imagery and effects. There's also some fat kid chat, a quiz about iffy TV moments…
 
The low-budget gorefest to beat them all, Evil Dead was released in 1981 after around three years of work following Sam Raimi, Bruce Campbell and Rob Tapert graduated from college. We check into the original cabin in the woods to see what Cliff makes of one of Brett's favourites. There's also some boxer short chat, a worrying bird update and music …
 
We go back to 1985 to check in on Marty McFly and Doc Brown, as they go even further back to 1955. Cliff's favourite film is full of classic scenes, lines and character (and cars). There's a rap quiz, with a wonderful piece of singing from Brett and a song from Liverpool blues rock band The Heavy North (you can find more from them here https://www.…
 
Brett picks Eddie Murphy's breakout movie Beverly Hills Cop for this weeks episode. The 1984 classic set the blueprint for the rest of the decade's comedy-action films and stuck in Brett's brainbox from the first time he saw it. There's also a fun quiz about old haunts in South Shields and music from the brilliant Simulakrum Lab once more, with his…
 
Following Sometime in New York City, John Lennon returned to a more personal, love-song based approach for 1973's Mind Games. Written and recorded just as he and Yoko were making decisions about their future, it's not one of Lennon's critically acclaimed records, but after hearing it as a child, Cliff was hooked. There's a scam story, bird chat, an…
 
We revisit The Beatles' second feature film Help! with special guest Luke Williamson, singer in The Mariners. There's an 80s advert quiz and Luke introduces his band's new single Jennifer. To listen to more from The Mariners, visit https://themariners.bandcamp.com. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Alice Lowe's directorial debut Prevenge, which she also wrote and starred in, is a masterpiece of dark comedy and horror. Great writing, performances, music and camerawork all go towards making this one of our favourite films of recent times. There's also a silly news quiz, a story about Cliff losing it and tributes to Yaphet Kotto. Music comes fro…
 
Strangeways Prison in Manchester, England, was all over the news in 1990 thanks to a 25-day riot by prisoners over conditions inside the Victorian jailhouse. Back in 1980 TV cameras went inside to find out what life inside was like, and even then things were pretty grim. We look at the 1980 documentary series and discuss the rights and wrongs of th…
 
To celebrate Brett's birthday we watch his favourite film, John Carpenter's The Thing, starring Kurt Russell. The 1982 horror classic was mauled by critics on release but is now regarded as one of the greatest movies of all time. There's plenty of daft chat around it, too, with a special quiz for the birthday boy rounding things off before we're pl…
 
Join us for a shambolic episode full of terrible jokes. There's also chat about Westworld, Michael Crichton's 1973 sci-fi classic starring Yul Bryner, James Brolin and Richard Benjamin. Music comes from Teesside's Crimson Bloom, with their track Stir It Up. Find out more from the band here... crimson bloom bandcamp. See acast.com/privacy for privac…
 
A look at the revealing, pioneering fly-on-the-wall TV documentary The Impossible Dream, also known as Do I Not Like That. It focused on Graham Taylor's England reign as he tried to get the national football team to the 1994 World Cup in USA. It didn't go well. We also have Danny Murray as a guest, all the way from Prague, and Music comes from Grac…
 
Special guests galore this week as former Masterchef final four contestant Davey Hall (good Shields lad) joins us to tell us about his experiences on the show and Mrs Cliff makes an appearance for the quiz. Brett's wife also dishes some dirt about his non-cooking habits and we discuss a bit of football and telly. Music comes from Dean Dovey who you…
 
A music episode this week as we discuss one of Cliff's favourite artists, Steve Mason. Brett discovers the former Beta Band singer's solo catalogue and we find a lot to discuss and admire. Outside of that chat there's some foodie Twitter fun and a serial killer quiz, as well as music from Italian dream-pop/shoegaze band You, Nothing. From Verona, w…
 
Revisiting one of Brett's favourite movies, 2012's Dredd starring Karl Urban. Brett has some mic issues, we chat nonsense for about 45 minutes before getting onto the film. There's also music from Future Fires, from Birmingham UK, with their track Halfway Down. You can find more of their music here: https://www.facebook.com/futurefiresband/. See ac…
 
A dive into Mike Hidges' 1980 sci-fi fantasy, with special guest Ian Graham (@arbroathmackem), who calls it his favourite film. There's plenty of fun and games with a movie tagline quiz, wrist injury woes and more. Music comes from the excellent Skeleton Goode, from Ho Chi Minh City's Skeleton Goode. You can find more about the band and order their…
 
Fantasy Football League made household names Frank Skinner and David Baddiel when it aired on BBC2 on Friday nights between 1994 and 1996. The show had celeb guests from the era and combined football, pop culture and comedy in a way no other had done before. We loved it then and love it now. There's also some state-of-the-nation-type chat a Terry V…
 
We look back at public information films shown on TV and in schools in the 1970s and 80s, designed to warn kids about the dangers of playing on farms, near electricity lines, in water and more. The harrowing films are foreboding but nonetheless provide plenty of opportunities for laughs. There are more TV and film recommendations, a quirky news qui…
 
We look back at a terrifying show from our youth, the Gerry Anderson co-production Terrahawks. Do we still find Zelda terrifying? Can we remember anything else about the show? Will the quiz make any sense this week? There's only one way to find out. Music comes from the very talented Pete Kosanovich. You can find out more and listen to his music by…
 
Join us for a festive chat. We enjoyed it, hope you do. We didn't really edit it. Music comes from the very talented Minnie Birch. Find out more at www.minnieburch.com. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
We get really festive with a full on Christmas chat before getting stuck into the classic Chevy Chase film National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation. We love it and we hope you love the episode There's also music from Wills and the Willing with their Christmas song Drawing Straws, which features Wycombe Wanders manager Gareth Ainsworth on vocals and Ch…
 
Things get a bit heavy as we discuss Mel Gibson and his new role as Santa Claus in Fatman. Light relief comes in the form of some Phil Collins chat, a Christmas music quiz and the usual clarting about. Music this week comes from Danny Burton with his Christmas single Merry Christmas One And All. You can check more music at his website www.dannyburt…
 
Brett and Cliff get into the Christmas spirit by listening to I Wanna Be Santa Claus by Ringo Starr and Christmas In The Heart by Bob Dylan, and also reminisce about school Christmas parties and more. There's some TV chat, He-Man toy banter and loads more, too. Music comes from Lines From A Poem, a three-piece band from the North East of England wi…
 
Brett and Cliff talk look back at two childhood favorites - Bananaman and Trap Door. Do the British animations stand the test of time? There's also some Maradona chat, a music theme tune quiz and a guest revealing some football results. Music comes from Midnight Parade, you can find out more about the band here www.moonlightparadeband.co.uk. See ac…
 
A 2015 thriller from actor/director Joel Edgerton, starring Jason Bateman and Rebecca Hall that flew under the radar. We discuss the movie and loads more. Music comes from North Innsbruck with Aurora, featuring Galaxy 80. Check the music out at www.northinnsbruck.com. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Wizbit is a 1986 BBC kids' TV show created by magician Paul Daniels, who writes the show, appears in it, voices other characters and sings the theme tune. We used to love it but on rewatching... Our opinions may have changed. There's also some Cheeky Girls romance, the contractually obligated Phil Collins mention, general magic chat and loads more …
 
Late-80s TV show Midnight Caller made a star of Gary Cole and had fans in the young Brett and Cliff, who love the dirty sax theme tune, the gritty action and performances. It makes us reminisce about video shops, Guy Fawkes night and the erotic thrillers of the era. There's also a random quiz. You'll also hear lots of fireworks going off in the bac…
 
The third in the Halloween series has no Michael Myers, he died in number 2, but John Carpenter is still in the producer role and he has plenty of influence over the style and tone of this much-maligned installment. He's also on soundtrack duty. We laugh a lot at this plot and some of the things that happen but agree it deserves more love than it g…
 
Brett get a chance to talk about his favourite director John Carpenter and his 1981 classic Escape From New York. A classic lead character in Kurt Russell's Snake Plisskin and an incredible supporting cast are top of our list of things to talk about, closely followed by the soundtrack. There are daft questions, an eye patch quiz and more silly conv…
 
The Beatles' debut movie appearance is a funny, boundary pushing, influential ROMP that shows off their characters, comedic side and musical talent. Directed by Richard Lester, it drew on kitchen sink dramas and French New Wave and influenced almost every music movie that came after it. We talk about why we love it, have a quiz about musicians in m…
 
Delving into the 2004 documentary about The Brian Jonestown Massacre and The Dandy Warhols. We discuss if it's a fair representation of Anton Newcombe, who the most pretentious out of the two bands is and wax lyrical about the BJM main man's genius. We also have some football chat and there's a quiz about unstable musicians. Music this week comes f…
 
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