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Losing Weight Eating Bacon is a podcast which doesn't actually advocate eating bacon to lose weight. This podcast follows two friends. Sean (41 years old; father of two) was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in 2007. At the time he was a very overweight 265 pound man in his early thirties. By 2009 he had run a half marathon. In 2015 he created and ran the, "Really Long Run to End MS," which is a 80 km ultra marathon. However, even when he was running ultra marathons he was carrying extra wei ...
 
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This week on the podcast we discuss true crime - pretty rich considering the quality of this show every week. REVIEWS (01:55) Scenes From a Marriage (US: HBO | AUS: Foxtel/Binge) The Premise (US: FX, AUS: Foxtel/Binge) AINBO: Spirit of The Amazon (In cinemas now) THE MIDDLE BIT (21:32) Interview with Melanie Laurent - Actor/Writer/Director 'The Mad…
 
This week on the podcast we discuss true crime - pretty rich considering the quality of this show every week. REVIEWS (01:55) Y: The Last Man (US: FX, AUS: Foxtel/Binge) Kate (Netflix) American Crime Story (US: FX, AUS: Foxtel/Binge) UFO (US: Showtime, AUS: Paramount+) Doogie Kamealoha MD (Disney+) THE MIDDLE BIT (25:08) True crime movies & TV show…
 
In this, the 37th episode of the podcast, we ask if 37 is too many? Wouldn't 10 be a more respectable number? And does 37 include all of those other dalliances? Just a thought... REVIEWS (02:49) Streamline (In cinemas now) Only Murders in The Building (Disney+ Star / Hulu) Summer of Soul (In cinemas now) War of The Worlds (SBS On Demand / Epix) Und…
 
Dan and Simon enter week ten of the lockdown. And then they start talking about horror. All lockdown and no play makes these guys... something... something... REVIEWS (02:50) Candyman (2021) - In cinemas now Chapelwaite - Stan / Epix in the US) Motley's Law - iWonder Evil - Paramount+ for seasons 1+2. It also streams s1 on Stan in Australia Annette…
 
Dan and Simon enter week seven of the lockdown. Simon has phantom popcorn taste sensations. Dan now always knows where the TV remote is. REVIEWS (02:32) The Chair (Netflix) Reminiscence (In cinemas now + HBO Max in the US) Heels (Starz / Stan) The Night House (in cinemas now) Nine Perfect Strangers (Hulu / Amazon Prime Video) THE MIDDLE BIT (25:57)…
 
The lockdown continues. Dan needs a haircut. Simon looks like he's getting younger. REVIEWS (02:20) Free Guy (In cinemas now) The Newsreader (ABC TV Australia) Reservation Dogs (FX on Hulu | Binge/Foxtel) CODA (Apple TV+) Miss (In cinemas now) What If...? (Disney+) THE MIDDLE BIT (31:24) INTERVIEW with writer/director Johnathan Hensleigh (The Ice R…
 
This week Paramount+ launched in Australia. Screen Watching hosts Dan and Simon take a look at the Australian version of the international streaming service. They ask the big questions: Why does the service look and feel a bit different to what other companies are offering? Is the library of titles any good? Should you subscribe? Is the big launch …
 
What a strange week - The Suicide Squad is a huge new Hollywood release that will only be seen in Australia this weekend in it's smallest cities as the rest of the country is in lockdown. Somehow, Simon and Dan were able to see it and have some (spoiler-free) thoughts to share. They also deep dive into the big streaming releases of the week, talk a…
 
Here's what you'll hear in this week's episode: Reviews (05:50) Jungle Cruise (in cinemas now and Disney+) The Pursuit of Love (Amazon Prime Video) Woodstock 99 (HBO Max / Binge) The Toll (In cinemas) Interview: The Misfits director Renny Harlin (Die Hard 2, Cliffhanger, Deep Blue Sea, Cutthroat Island) (21:16) What's on this week - streaming and a…
 
Here's what you'll hear in this week's episode: Reviews (02:04) Old (in cinemas now) Turner & Hooch (Disney+) Shiva Baby (Coming to cinemas July 29 - QLD, WA, ACT, & TAS; August 5 VIC & SA; TBA in NSW) Masters of The Universe: Revelations (Netflix) Chernobyl 1986 (Netflix) The middle segment: The best and worst M Night Shyamalan movie twists (32:01…
 
Despite a lockdown preventing cinemas this weekend from being open in Australia's two biggest markets, Sydney and Melbourne, Screen Watching, like nature, finds a way. We discuss the two biggest cinema releases this week: Space Jam 2, which finds it's way to (some) Australian cinemas after taking a left turn at Albuquerque. And Gunpowder Milkshake …
 
Cinemas are supposedly back again. But Dan and Simon are in lockdown and had to watch the biggest movie event of the past two years on their televisions. This week they talk about watching Black Widow by way of Disney+. Along with more reviews of the other big TV shows and movies of the week. They also talk about legendary Hollywood director Dick D…
 
It's the Screen Watching lockdown special. As New South Wales residents are forced to COVID lockdown, Simon and Dan come to terms with the idea of having to stay in to watch more TV and movies. Oh, such cruel fate. But before that can happen, they engage in the weekly movie review duty of their Screen Watching vows. Reviews (02:37) Gossip Girl (202…
 
There's no question that the big movie of the week is In The Heights. Simon offers his thoughts on the film and we chat a bit more broadly about the failure of audiences to turn out for the well-reviewed film. We also take a look at the newest season of Bosch (but with a broader look at the series as a whole), movie Three Summers, and TV shows Tehr…
 
What do you need to know about this week's podcast. Well, it includes reviews of movies with fast cars, documentaries with sharks, TV shows about sleeping with movie stars, and Rose Byrne getting Physical. Tell me you don't want to press play on that! I double dare you. Reviews (01:41) F9 (In cinemas now) Physical (Apple TV+) Starstruck (ABC iView …
 
It's a TV-heavy week for the podcast as we look at new TV shows Loki, Lisey's Story, Foodie Love, and Republic of Sarah. But we haven't forgotten about movies entirely as Simon checks out a new film starring Christopher Walken - Percy vs Goliath. This week Dan debunks the idea of The Golden Age of Television and looks at one of TV's greatest shows …
 
Is Sweet Tooth set to be the new 'Stranger Things'? Dan reckons it is in with a shot. What did he think of the show? We discuss that, a whole bunch of movies, and Simon delves deep on the bloated movies made by directors drunk with power. Oh, and we chat with Whitstable Pearl star Kerry Godliman too. Reviews (02:52) The Conjuring 3: The Devil Made …
 
Simon sits down with two filmmakers in a bonus episode of Screen Watching. Andrew Levitas, director of the Johnny Depp movie Minamata (02:07) Beth Elise Hawk, director of documentary Breaking Bread (19:13)
 
A big change for this week's podcast. We've dumped the news segment (if you want screen news, check out Dan's Always Be Watching newsletter each day) and in its place is a fun new middle segment. This week Dan take's us back to the 90s to look at the many sitcoms that sprung up following the success of Friends. Reviews (02:14) Cruella (Disney+ / in…
 
If you’re after reviews of Zack Snyder’s Army of The Dead and the third season of Master of None, you’re in the right place. Also on this podcast are reviews for Solos, a new anthology series on Amazon Prime Video. There’s also reviews of Songbird and Son of The South, which are both in cinemas this week. We also have all the big news of the week a…
 
It's a huge week for movies with not one major release this week, but two. Will audiences flock to the new Saw franchise installment Spiral? Or will they instead check out the new Angelina Jolie film Those Who Wish Me Dead? Simon and Dan checked out both films and have some differences of opinion. It's also a big week for TV with the debut of the e…
 
Cards down on the table - it's a big week on the Screen Watching podcast. We chat with the son of Nicholas Cage - Weston Cage Coppola. He's an actor in his own right and stars in the new film Assault on Station 33. There's also reviews, a look at the week ahead, and a deep dive into the news of the week. Join us for an extended chat about Flawless …
 
Join us this week for a very passionate discussion about the Academy Awards. Simon is an absolute fanboy. Dan is an anarchist who wants to see it all burned down. They discuss what they liked and didn't like about this year's awards. Also, the two send out into the world reviews of the big movies and TV shows of the week - it's a huge week for cele…
 
Slide on yr tights and get ready to raise yr dukes, this week's Screen Watching podcast has Dan and Simon reviewing the new Mortal Kombat movie and chatting with it's director - Simon McQuiod. Dan also takes a look at the first season of Disney+'s The Falcon & The Winter Soldier following the series finale. And there's of course, more reviews, news…
 
Another big week for Screen Watching - we review the huge new HBO dramas Mare of Easttown starring Kate Winslet and Guy Pearce and the new Joss Whedon show The Nevers. We also check out new films The Unholy and Supernova. Oh, and there’s the new Irish comedy from Domnhall Gleason Frank of Ireland. We top that off with some news and an interview wit…
 
If you're not listening to this podcast, how the heck are you to know that the new Amazon Prime series Them is one of the absolute best new shows of the year? Dan reviews it on this week podcast and lets you know what you need to know in the most spoiler-free way possible. Consider this podcast your TV and movies north star. News (02:14) Netflix sp…
 
Dan and Simon, influenced by watching a deliciously violent action film at the movies this week, punch up, down, left, and right in this week's podcast as they try to bring justice to the world in the most important way they know how: by talking about TV shows and movies. News (01:13) Coming to Broadway - Game of Thrones: The Musical American Gods …
 
Dan and Simon, Milford Men, both, are back for another Screen Watching installment. News (01:40) Disney shake-up its schedule as it pushes Black Widow back to July from May. Plus it's also going to be on Disney+ Keanu Reeves sets his own fate with Bzrkr RIP George Segal RIP the grand dame Jessica Waters SBS' biggest commission - 200 episodes of an …
 
Dan and Simon enter the Hall of Justice to discuss Zack Snyder's Justice League. Is it worth both the hype and the four-hour runtime? They also chat with the director of the very good new film The Grizzlies, Miranda de Pencier. News (02:18) Avatar is ten years old - why are Dan and Simon talking about its box office again? RIP Yaphet Kotto Oscar no…
 
It's a week heavy on news and reviews. Frankly Simon and Dan have too much to say about everything this week. What are you waiting for - stop reading and just start listening. News (01:33) Oprah and Meghan and Harry and a highly engaged global audience RIP Kim's Convenience Lupita Nyong’o's YouTube Original series Super Sema Pepe LePew faces #Times…
 
It's a jam-packed Screen Watching this week because Simon and Dan know no other way. This week expect action, excitement, romance, and thrills. What you're going to get, however, is: News (01:18) Behold - RuPaul’s Drag Race Down Under The Golden Globes ratings redefined the term 'dud 'ViacomCBS launch a new streaming service - Paramount+ The Simpso…
 
It's a jam-packed Screen Watching this week because Simon and Dan know no other way. This week expect action, excitement, romance, and thrills. What you're going to get, however, is: News (01:06) Dan and Simon check out the new streaming service Star on Disney+ Thoughts on the new Woody v Farrow documentary series Confirmation on an Australian rele…
 
With Superman and Lois debuting on TV this week, Dan and Simon discuss Superman as a character of the big and small screen. They chart his evolution from comic book character through radio, movie serials, animated shows, live-action TV, and the big screen.
 
Strap yourselves in for another Screen Watching podcast. This week hosts Dan and Simon settle into their new podcast format and emerge out of it as absolute consummate professionals to the very end. As always, there's a lot of TV and movies to discuss: News (02:10) We've now seen the Zack Snyder Justice League trailer. Honestly - we don't know if w…
 
With 12 February marking the Lunar New Year, Dan and Simon have a chat with China Lion's Mick Robbins about just how important the Lunar New Year is to the year's box office takings. On this week's podcast you'll also hear Simon and Dan almost come to blows over the filmography of M Night Shyamalan, along with a bunch of film reviews and some thoug…
 
With the 2021 Golden Globes nominations announced, Dan and Simon rip into the weirdo choices made and question why we pay attention to these nutso awards. There's also some talk about reboots following news this week of new takes on Frasier and The Wonder Years. Nora Unkel stops by to talk about her new film A Nightmare Wakes. It's about Frankenste…
 
It's the very first episode of Screen Watching and boy did we learn a lot about ourselves and each other while making it. This week on the show: News The movie release schedule is ever-changing as studios navigate COVID-19 and launching their own streaming services. (02:41) Disney has announced the line-up for the new streaming service Star. (13:25…
 
Every darn week noted film & TV critics and handsome men Dan Barrett and Simon Foster will offer reviews, industry news, and some recommendations of great things to check out. But before they can start on that important business, it is important that they release a trailer. It's how podcasts work. Press play and then join us Friday mornings for new…
 
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