With Lee on holiday to Camp Knowhere, the Filibuster Scoops Troop of Dallas and Kim take a trip into the Upside Down to review Stranger Things 3. Get ready to dine out of 31 flavours of nerdy opinions on 80s nostalgia, pop culture references, D&D and body horror.
Before Hereditary and Midsommar, writer/director Ari Aster was producing short films. Lee and Dallas dive into those shorts and review each one and how they would inform his future features.
To watch Beau, C'est la vie, The Strange Things About The Johnsons, Basically and Munchausen,
The Turtle's Head
Lee is joined by Ronnie Le Drew, the puppeteer and one of the voices of Zippy, from the iconic British children's TV show, Rainbow and best selling author, Duncan Barrett to discuss their new book, Zippy and Me.
Over the course of almost half a century, puppeteer Ronnie Le Drew has worked with the greats - from David Bowie in Labyrinth to Michael Caine in A Muppet Christmas Carol. But the role that defined his career was Rainbow's Zippy, who he operated for more than twenty years. Zippy and Me is the first time a Rainbow insider has told the true story of what went on under the counter and inside the suits: the petty squabbles between performers, wrangling with TV executives, and scandals such as the 'love triangle' between musicians Rod, Jane and Freddy. Not to mention the now infamous X-rated episode shot for an ITV Christmas party, which subsequently found its way to the Sun. Interweaved with the dirt on what really went on behind the scenes is the story of Rainbow's heyday in the 1970s and 80s, when its stars found themselves catapulted into an exciting showbiz world - scooping a BAFTA award and even performing for the queen - and the story of a young lad from a south London council estate who defied his parents' protests to became one of the most respected puppeteers of all time.
You can buy the book on Amazon by clicking here or via Unbound.
Lee, Kim and Dallas look at the news that broke at Comic Con over the weekend from Marvel, Star Trek and the newest trailer for IT Chapter 2.
Dallas and Lee also share their experience of watching the Duncan Jones film, Moon with a live orchestral score.
Dallas, Kim and Lee are reunited to review the much hyped release from Ari Aster and A24, Midsommar and the latest Marvel Cinematic Universe film, Spider-Man: Far From Home.
We also have an interview with Eleanor Worthington-Cox about her titular role in Gwen.
In the stark beauty of 19th Century Snowdonia a young girl, Gwen, tries desperately to hold her home together. Struggling with her mother’s mysterious illness, her father’s absence and a ruthless mining company encroaching on their land, a growing darkness begins to take grip of her home, and the suspicious local community turns on Gwen and her family.
Gwen is in UK cinemas from Friday July 19th - @GwenFilm