Welcome to the first of this weeks episodes of the Black Dog Podcast.
In the first part (The feedback warranted a podcast all of its own and that will be recorded on Thursday 2nd July) we discuss our week from Jim’s blood poisoning, to Darren getting grumpy at Pride, while Elton threw bottles of piss at Kanye West from the comfort of his own home.
Then the Sh*tty superheroes gets a revamp with the addition of the book “The League of Regrettable Heroes” by Jon Morris
Then after a bad hat profanasaurus from Jim its on to the mighty nostalgia fest of the original blockbuster.
Steven Spielbergs Jaws
Next week we will return to the water to review the massive curly turd in the washbow which is Jaws The Revenge, but do look out for a separate feedback episode this week (Episode 242 B)
Oh god… Oh dear god no…
This week we watched Van Helsing… What more do you need to know!?
Next week we’re watching Jaws on its 40th Anniversary
Welcome to this weeks episode of The Black Dog Podcast.
This week Jim returns with tales of the exotic far east… And lady boys…. Darren talks dinosaurs and Chris Pratt, Lee whizzes off his face on sherbert straws while lamenting children eating way too many sweets and Elton kills a duck.
Then after a fishy sh*tty superhero which leads to a brief detour filling Elton in on arguably the worst of the worst DC hero, quickly followed by Jim breaking out the profanasaurus again, we saddle up to ride out west with Clint Eastwood’s Unforgiven.
Next week however, we come back to earth with a bump as we review Hugh Jackmans terrible Van Helsing.
Welcome to this weeks episode of The Black Dog Podcast.
We return once again after a week’s hiatus to discover Jim is still gallivanting around south east Asia so we drafted in the ever excellent Herc to fill Jim’s bulls blood, high wing back chair.
Then we get to talking about Columbo, model building, picnics in Blackheath and precisely how on earth Damon Lindleof still has a job after the guff fest that was Tomorrowland. Then after a brief albertross to allow two of the hosts to watch the trailer for The Martian, we wend our weary way towards this weeks film.
Frank Millers boggle eyed misogynistic nut bar film The Spirit.
Oh and somewhere in there Dog The Bounty Hunter….
Next week we’re on firmer ground as we return to one of the last classics of the Western genre with Clint Eastwoods Unforgiven
Welcome to this weeks episode of the Black Dog podcast.
In what could be easily relabelled the old cast, Lee, Darren, Jim & Elton try and bring the average age down by 185 by briging in guest hosts Herc and an impromptu appearance by Teresa “Frogstomper” Bowles.
But it’s not long before the wheels come off with magic owls, hipster Gandalf nicking banisters, an MP3 sh*tty superhero delivered by fiendish Dr Will which leads inevitably to porn references, confusion and hoovers so many many hoovers.
Eventually order is maintained long enough to talk about Bryan Singers “The Usual Suspects” but even that leads to marital strife for some of our feed backers.
lets hope of next film “The Spirit” fares better
Welcome to this weeks episode of the Black Dog Podcast.
In this weeks episode, we continue to plug Elton for job hints and learn he gets confused on motorways, Jim gets into women in prison films, Darren goes bonkers over Mad Max: Fury Road and Lee goes to half watch a Burlesque show, Mad Max and gets rather cross at spoilers (again)
Then after Fiendish Dr Will supplies us all with a frankly eye watering, Internet browser history bothering sh*tty superhero and Jim proclaims from the book of Profanasaur we move on to this weeks film.
The ultra cheesy 80s flick Warlock. Will Lee and Darrens rose tinted specs stay on? Will Jim get tired of validating all the folklore and will Elton need any roast potatoes? Listen and find out…
Next week we return with guest host Herc (and possibly A.N.Other to be confirmed) to talk about Bryan Singers first and last good film the excellent The Usual Suspects.
Welcome back to this weeks episode of The Black Dog Podcast.
In this weeks cast, Jim visits York the home of the Yorkie and where the typewriter was invented (HONEST), Elton cuts down trees but learns nothing from Minecraft regarding the reuse of the wood, Darren gets promoted and Lee gets sat on by a blind drunk man.
Then after a Quizzical Sh*tty Superhero and Jim harkens back to a Starcrash tinged Profanasaur entry before we embark on the dark fairy tale path of depression that is Steven Spielberg / Stanley Kubrick’s A.I.
Next week we go to much lighter fare with Richard E Grant and a dodgy Scots accent in B Movie guilty pleasure Warlock.
Welcome to this weeks episode of The Black Dog Podcast
This week in an altered show, we quickly realise that Eltons not a fan of Ghost In The Shell, Jim causes Lee to throw coffee everywhere and Darren gets obsessed with pirates.
Then after a 10 min spoiler zone about the latest Avengers movie “Age of Ultron” the guys move on to this weeks movie. The utter clagfest Starcrash. Followed by the most prolific and entertaining feedback in recent memory from everyone.
Next week we venture into darker territory with Steven Spielberg and Stanley Kubricks version of Pinocchio. The utterly depressing A.I.
Black Dog 234 is joined by guest host Andy Poulastides and has seen things you people wouldn’t believe
Lee and Elton fighting over the Attack on Titan, its watched C-bombs be dropped at Terminator 5 trailer.
All those moments will waste your time. Like tears in the rain…
Next week we return to one of the cheesiest 70s SF knock off’s ever the frankly bloody awful Starcrash!
Welcome to this weeks episode of the Black Dog Podcast
This week we catch up with the guys including Darrens penchant for house invasion, Jim relaxing, Lee’s subconcious sexism and Elton having to deal with getting Darren out of his house!
Oh and Daredevil…
Then after a colourful Sh*tty Superhero and another fine entry in Jims profanasaurus we move on to Dune… Or at least we try to get on to that, we may have been distracted by Michael Bolton carrying a tray of Toblerone and whispering voice overs.
Did we mention Daredevil? You really should watch it….
Oh sorry, next week we return with a second review of Blade Runner: The Final Cut currently rereleased in the cinemas now.