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Monthly Archives:June 2016

Episode 207 Escape from New York

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with Marshall Jackson, Angus Brown and Brose Avard

In 1981 John Carpenter dared imagine a not-too distant future (1997), when New York City would be walled off to the rest of the USA and turned into a maximum security prison. Terrorists have crashed the President within these walls and the President’s only hope is Kurt Russell (Trump wishes Russell was all he needed!).

Jackson Marshall from We Watched This Movie Podcast breaks into Chatflix to chat Escape From New York with one-eyed Brose and Angus who has been injected with micro-explosives. The clock is ticking. Breaking out is impossible but downloading our newest episode is simple.

Episode 206 El Mariach

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with Shaun Crawford and Brose Avard

For the next seven weeks Shaun and Brose are discussing the debut films of prominent directors. Christopher Nolan, P T Anderson, the Coen Brothers, the Wachowskis, Wes Anderson and Ben Affleck.

To start we are heading to 1992 to discuss the first film of Robert Rodriguez; director, producer and film teacher for everyone. A film that proves literally anyone can make a film!

Episode 205 They Live

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with Tosh Greenslade, Angus Brown and Brose Avard

This week Brose and Angus don some sunglasses with Mad as Hell’s Tosh Greenslade to chat Roddy Piper starring, John Carpenter Classic; They Live!

In an episode that runs just a minute or two shorter than the epic alley way fight sequence, listen to find out if we wake up to the fact that aliens have taken over the Earth?

CONFORM. OBEY. CONSUME. CONSUME. DOWNLOAD TODAY.

Episode 204 Fargo

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with Aaron Gocs, Angus Brown and Brose Avard

As we wander aimlessly into winter here in Australia, Brose and Angus are joined by comedian Aaron ‘Gocsy’ Gocs to revisit the Cohen Brothers film Fargo.

With an Oscar winning performance from Frances McDormand and with Cohen Bros regulars William H Macy and Steve Buscemi, we trek into the white tundra as trouble is afoot.

Enjoy our insight and discussion and, if you only take one lesson from this episode, know that Cocsy has an abject fear of being murdered and left in a snowy wasteland!

Episode 203 Beetlejuice

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with Sonia di Iorio, Angus Brown and Brose Avard

This week Brose and Angus are joined by comedian Sonia di Iorio to discuss one of her fondest childhood films; Beetlejuice!

The comedy of Keaton and the darkness of Burton align perfectly and co-exist, balanced, in a way Burton never achieved again. The whimsy, the humour, death, suicide and claymation never looked so good!

Listen on to see what we thought and whether we summon the bio-exorcist himself by uttering his name three times…

Episode 202 Reality Bites

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with Claire Sullivan, Angus Brown and Brose Avard

Reality is tough, reality is hard, reality bites!

Claire Sullivan joins Brose and Angus to chat this 1994, post grunge, pre-internet, Ben Stiller directorial debut; Reality Bites.

Recruiting Winona Ryder, Ethan Hawke, Jeneane Garofalo and Steve Zahn to illustrate the frustrations of youth and the perils of Generation X.

One thing we can guarantee is this week ChatFlix doesn’t bite but reality sure does!

Episode 201 Four Weddings and a Funeral

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with Jess Perkins and Angus Brown (and Brose Avard)

Can you feel it in your fingers? Or feel it in your toes? Its time for a BRAND NEW episode of Chatflix and this time it’s Three Panelists and a Podcast when we look back to 1994 for Four Weddings And A Funeral with Brose, Angus and for the first time EVER, Comedian and Triple J presenter Jess Perkins. 

Before Notting Hill, or even Love Actually, Richard Curtis wrote this outrageously funny affair with a dashingly young Hugh Grant, the engaging (wink, wink) Andie McDowell and scene stealing Rowan Atkinson about a committed bachelor potentially discovering love over the course four weddings and, you guessed it, one funeral!

So if you really love podcasts… Come on and listen to our latest shooowww 

Come on and let it, 
Come on and let it, 
Come on and let it shoooowwww

Episode 200 Jaws

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with Jade Goodge, Stuart Wilson and Trevor Wood (and Brose Avard)

This week ChatFlix celebrates 200 Episodes! And we got the band back together; Jade Goodge, Stuart Wilson and Trevor Wood (and Brose Avard).

But which film would be worthy to celebrate such a milestone? (I know it’s written above this blurb, but come with me here…)

That’s right, JAWS! (The forbidden film)

For those of you that have been with us since the beginning, you’ll know that ChatFlix regular Jade was forbidden to watch Jaws. Well, to celebrate the 200th episode we made her watch it!

Steven Spielberg directs Roy Scheider, Robert Shaw, Richard Dreyfus and Bruce (the shark) in this 1975 classic (and famous remake of the TV film Duel).

So slip on your floaties, slop yourself onto a boogie board and slap on some baby oil because it’s the Summer of ’75 and we’re hitting that beach!

Episode 199 Tangled

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with Kayla Coombs, Isabella Valette and Jarod Welsh

For our 199th episode we take podcasting to new lengths when we chat Disney’s 50th animated feature and visit the, rather unfortunately named, Corona Kingdom to chat – Tangled

So Brose’ll ZOOM a panelist
Or maybe two or three
Illustrator Kayla can add a few new paintings to his gallery 
Comedian Isabella’ll play guitar and knit
And cook and basically
Leaving Jazz to wonder, when will my life begin? 

And we’ll keep wonderin’ and wonderin’ And wonderin’ …geez!
Maybe Mother Gothal DID know best. Stay in, stay healthy, plug in and get all Tangled up with us this Easter

Episode 198 Knives Out

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with James Hazelden, Kathryn Tohill and Chris Tomkins

Staying home can be tough but things could always be worse; you could be isolating with the Thrombey family from the recent Rian Johnson flick.

Nothing gets us gabbing like a good mystery and nothing brings a family together like murder.

Brose investigates with devoted caretaker James, the lifestyle guru Kathryn and trust fund playboy Chris to sift through all the twists, red herrings and lies to get to the truth.

Stay inside, stay healthy, plug in and listen with us as we chat 2019’s Knives Out.