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Episode 128: Mean Girls

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This week Brose is joined by three very non-Mean Girls; Emily, Kathryn and Corrine! We chat about how fetch Mean Girls is 15 years later, whether a full forearm cast is necessary for carpal tunnel and the necessity to look both ways in a school bus zone. Who would have predicted Rachel McAdams would still be as popular as Regina George, Lindsay Lohan would somewhat disappear like Cady Heron and that Tina Fey is still helping create strong female personalities? I have to say, things will be sufficiently awkward… like seeing a dog walking on its hind legs.

Episdoe 127: Mini Episode 19: Cube

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As a companion episode to Dial M for Murder, Brose and Stu are chatting Enclosed Space Thrillers kicking things off with Cube!

Episode 126: Dial M for Murder

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Dust off the landline and call up our latest feature episode – Dial M for Murder. It’s been years since Brose even used a rotary phone, he misses M but instead rings P for panelists and Stu, Kathryn James answer the call.

The gang chat the almost perfect murder and answer age old questions such as who would even want to murder Grace Kelly? Tony Milland that’s who! But not before Rob Cummings and John Williams can stop the grumpy ol bugger.

Stay on the line as we chat our first (!!!) Hitchcock flick and his last movie for WB, even if your parents are yelling at you to get off the phone

Episode 125: Mini Episode 18: The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes

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To wrap up 7 weeks of Billy Wilder wildness, Brose and James chat about the Private Life of Sherlock Holmes, the movie… and the life.

Episode 124: Hellboy (2004)

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This week ChatFlix goes to Hell!!!

Well, Hellboy… Brose, Jarrod, Looch and AllStar Comics’ Mitch Davies chat the OG (Originial Guillermo) HellBoy.

Guillermo Del Toro’s 2004 adaptation of Big Red bursts into your podcast stream as the new film flames into the cinema! How does Ron Perlman’s performance hold up? Has Doug Jones always been capable of incredible physical performances? Has John Hurt always been an old man? Does anyone remember who Rupert Evans is? And how great is Selma Blair in everything?!? Bump back with us as we find out this week on ChatFlix!

Episode 123: Mini Episode 17: Stalag 17

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Brose and James get back to another Billy Wilder Classic; Stalag 17! We hole up with William Holden and company in a war camp comedy that preceded both Hogan’s Heroes and The Great Escape.

Episode 122: Muriel’s Wedding

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Brose, Dan, Corrine and new panelist Emily Carr head down to Porpoise Spit to witness the wedding of a life time; Muriel’s Wedding! Toni Colette and Rachel Griffiths get the ChatFlix treatment as we look back at PJ Hogan’s amazing film. Also; a special interview with Muriel’s Wedding Star Roz Hammond!

Episode 121: Mini Episode 16: Clue

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As a special bonus episode, the cast of Melbourne International Comedy Festival hit play Denouement Chris Tomkins, Kathryn Tohill and Emily Rowe and Brose chat the 1985 mystery/comedy Clue!

Join the stars of Denouement chat about Tim Curry, Madeline Kahn, Eileen Brennan, Christopher Lloyd, Martin Mull, and Lesley Ann Warren.

Did we record three different endings? You wont know unless you listen to us Chatflix

Episode 120: The Matrix

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This week Brose, Shaun, James and brand new panelist Karen bite the bulletcam and as they finally get to The Matrix!

Brose takes the blue pill, James accidentally swallows a red button as they question their reality and the sublimely simulated world of the Wachowski’s classic digital adventure.

The film that gave us a grown up Keanu, Laurence Fishburn and launched the international careers of Carrie-Anne Moss, Hugo Weaving and those cool phones, you know, with the slidey bit?

Turn on the dial up, jack in and Chatflix

Episode 119: Mini Episode 15: Sabrina

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There’s something about the chauffeur’s daughter.

Brose and James chat Sabrina, Billy Wilder’s evergreen romantic comedy starring Audrey Hepburn, Humphrey Bogart and Wilder regular William Holden.