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Episode 161 The Hunger Games with Boss Octopus (Melb Fringe 2019)

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In our third Melbourne Fringe Festival episode for 2019, Brose is tangled in the tempestuous tentacles as he chats The Hunger Games with Boss Octopus!

We discuss the pure, rich charisma of some of the cast (Jennifer Lawrence and Woody Harrelson especially), the origin of the love triangle (I’m a Liam Hemsworth guy myself) and our favourite Stanley Tucci quotes from Easy A!

Boss Octopus is on during the Melbourne Fringe Festival, details and tickets at:
melbournefringe.com.au

Episode 160 Quiz Show with Stephen Hall

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Welcome to a new episode of Chatflix, your time begins… now!

Q. What is this week’s feature flick?

A. The 1994, Robert Redford directed flick; Quiz Show

Q. Who are your panelists this week?

A. Brose is joined by Shaun Micallef’s Mad as Hell regular Stephen Hall

Q. Yes or No. Do you need to be a fan of Quiz Shows to appreciate this episode?

A. No, but being a fan of Ralph Fiennes, Jon Turturro and Rob Morrow sure doesn’t hurt.

And remember, ChatFlix is brought to you by Geritol. Geritol. America’s #1 tonic. Geritol, the fast-acting, high-potentcy tonic, that helps you feel… stronger… fast… 

Episode 159 Mini 33 Moana with Isabella Valette (Melb Fringe 2019)

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In our second Melbourne Fringe Festival episode for 2019, Brose chats Moana with Isabella Valette the stage of ‘How Far I’ll Go.’

We tackle the big issues; Can Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson sing? Why is the pig in this film? How do you pronounce Pua? And how many times did Brose cry during this film?

How Far I’ll Go is on during the Melbourne Fringe Festival; details and tickets at: melbournefringe.com.au

Episode 158 Batman & Robin

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This week Brose is joined by Bat-fan and After The Snow illustrator Trev Wood and comic book tragics; Looch and Jazz. They sit down to relive the 1997 big screen comic book flick: Batman and Robin.

Joel Schumacher’s first franchise instalment was a legitimate box office giant. The second effort… not so much… Warner Bros. wanted to sell toys, so they upped the ante and cast THE BIGGEST STAR IN THE WORLD; Arnold Schwarzenegger AND indie darling; Uma Thurman, fresh off Pulp Fiction.

The new baddies faced off against a recast Caped Crusader; George Clooney. And why not? I’m sure the core demographic loved George in ER… And Clueless star, Alicia Silverstone making her debut as Batgirl. Oh, and Chris O’Donnell… shows up… again…

After 20+ years what do the guys make of the 4th time out for the not-so Dark Knight? Are there fond memories or were they just left out in cold?

Episode 157 Mini 32 Princess Protection Program with Princess Problems (Melb Fringe 2019)

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In our first Melbourne Fringe Festival episode for 2019, Brose chats Princess Protection Program with two of the stars of Princess Problems; Meerna Yousif and Maddison Verduci.

We discuss whether Selena Gomez is better than Demi Lovato (or are they just one and the same), who is besties with who and will Brose ever watch this film ever again?

Princess Problems is on during Melbourne Fringe Festival; details and tickets at: melbournefringe.com.au

Episode 156 Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood

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The 156th episode of ChatFlix brings you the 9th and latest flick from Quentin Tarantino: Once Upon A Time… In Hollywood.

In a spoiler-filled chat Brose, James and Danielle chat themselves back to the swinging 60’s and get entwined in a tale featuring faded stars, stuntmen, cults and free love in the final years of the Hollywoods Golden Age.

Who’s the better actor? Leo or Rick Dalton? Is Brad Pitt a believable stunt double even at 56?! And how does it all tie into Margot Robbie’s Sharon Tate and those real life events? Has QT overstayed his welcome? Or is 9th time a charm?

These questions may be answered in a little story that happened once upon a time… on ChatFlix.

Episode 155 Mini 31 Highlander: The Source

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From the dawn of time Highlander sequels came, moving silently through the 90s and 2000’s. No one has ever known of this made for television movie sequel; Highlander: The Source… until now!

This week’s Chatflix Mini has Stu and Shaun crossing swords once again, in an attempt to decapitate this TV movie, the final and arguably the worst of the Highlander sequels (which Brose
will also argue Brose, despite that he has never seen it)

Adrian Paul, Thekla Reuter, Cristian Solimeno and Peter Wingfield star in this film as the franchise goes out with a whimper. No one is asking for the recipe of this Secret Source.

There can be only one… only one more… there can be only one more ‘last one’… one.

Episode 154 Rear Window

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Brose is joined by Stu, James and Danielle to look through the lens at an Alfred Hitchcock classic!

As always we discuss the most important elements of this film; Why isn’t Jeffries into Lisa? Who has the better body at 46, James Stewart or Cary Grant? And how effective is a flash as weapon (before the handle is used to built a light sabre)?

Grace Kelly radiates as Raymond Burr grumbles through a film shot on one of Hollywood’s most spectacular sets.

Become a peeping tom with us and enjoy Rear Window.

Episode 153 Mini 30 Highlander: Endgame

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This week Stu and Shaun chat the nature of Highlander villains having a name begging with ‘K,’ who is the best McLeod and was Ross Whedon’s Buffy: The Vampire Slayer influenced by this film?

Highlander Endgame sees the merging of the film series and the TV series (yes, there was a TV series!) so we have double McLeods with Duncan and Connor. Christopher Lambert and Adrian Paul team up to defeat Bruce Payne’s Kell (see, ‘K’) and an appearance by Donnie Yen’s Jin Ke (another ‘K’).

We promise you will enjoy this podcast more than the film… unless you are Shaun!

Episode 152: Ghostbusters 2

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Ghostbusters 2’s plot is the worst kind of popular tripe, its methods are sloppy, and its conclusion is highly questionable! Ghostbusters 2 is a poor film!

5 years after the original Ghostbusters blew us away we got Ghostbusters 2. Reuniting the original cast in a brand new story pitting then against a river of ectoplasm and a resurgence of paranormal activity.
Sticking two fingers high up in the air Brose is back in business with Ghostbusters comic collaborator Tristan Jones, Victorian Ghostbuster Cable and comedian Angus Brown to chat Ghostbusters 2.

Will they look back on the Ivan Reitman sequel fondly? Or are Bill Murray, Dan Ackroyd, Harold Ramis, Sigourney Weaver and Ernie Hudson’s second efforts too little, too late?

Download now to find out!