Dallas and Lee pick their favourite films from the 2020 BFI London Film Festival.
One of the greatest animated movies of all time, Katsuhiro Otomo's acclaimed and influential ground-breaking anime "Akira" has returned to big screens. Biker Kaneda is confronted by many anti-social elements while trying to help his friend Tetsuo who is involved in a secret government project.
Launching on October the 6th is 'Welcome To Blumhouse' on Amazon Prime with four films across two weeks, first up is 'The Lie' and 'Black Box' then 'Evil Eye' and 'Nocturne' on the 13th.
Joey King, Peter Sarsgaard and Mireille Enos star in “The Lie,” written and directed by Veena Sud. In 'The Lie', two parents must deal with the grisly aftermath when their teenage daughter confesses to killing her best friend.
Lee is joined by Mireille Enos to discuss the making of the 'The Lie', working with cast to develop the family dynamic, working with writer/director Veena Sud, the Blumhouse brand and her connection to it, and much more.
Dallas and Lee preview the upcoming 2020 London Film Festival which begins on October 7th.
Lee is a passionate fan of Tottenham Hotspur and Dallas a neutral and they come together to review the latest All Or Nothing series which focuses on the North London football team. It chronicles a difficult season for the club, beginning with the sacking of Mauricio Pochettino as manager who was replaced by José Mourinho, and focuses on the attempt by Mourinho to guide the team in an ultimately unfulfilling season interrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic.