10/05Episode #12

With this being a pretty quiet release week at the cinema everyone played catch-up, by visiting (or revisiting) some movies from the last month or so that they may have missed on their initial release. Elroy checked out Source Code and caught The Adjustment Bureau before it finishes it's run at cinemas. Fiona saw Paul, Arthur and Scream 4. while Matt checked out the food industry documentary Food Inc.

In news the team discuss casting rumours for the live action AKIRA film, Expendables 2 gets a bad guy, a slice of Macaulay Culkin's lonely childhood goes on the market, and possibly the most underground movie ever made in Australia goes into production.

Links:
Top 15 Film Misquotes
Who Watches Movies?
Were not serving half our audience

Music in this episode provided by Deadly Fists of Kung Fu
Theme: Hyperdrive, by Deadly Fists of Kung Fu

03/05Episode #11

This was a special episode for the Remote Viewing team for a couple of reasons. 1/ we were lucky enough to record the episode from within one of our favourite cinemas here in Melbourne: The Palace Westgarth - home of the Friday night cult cinema sessions known as Cult Vault. We were also joined by the Curator of the Cult Vault, Zak Hepburn, for a discussion about classic cinema. 2/ Fiona returns from her three week absence, and fills us in on what shes been up to during her sabbatical. Not the least of which was seeing the new Jake Gyllenhaal action flick, Source Code.

Matt continues to his efforts to catch up on some recent films that he missed at the box-office by watching The Town. And in honour of the Classic Cinema discussion point Elroy digs out one of his all time favourite comedies from the early 80s, Yellowbeard!

Links:
Palace Westgarth
Cult Vault - facebook
Cult Vault - twitter

Music in this episode provided by Deadly Fists of Kung Fu
Theme: Hyperdrive, by Deadly Fists of Kung Fu

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