Category: Film / TV

THE LATE LATE REVIEW: THE DARK CRYSTAL

Release Date: December 1982 (USA), February 1983 (UK) Awards: Okay, so it was passed over at the big ones except

THE LATE LATE REVIEW: SUNSET BOULEVARD

Release Date: August 1950 Awards: Nominated for no less than 11 Oscars at the 23rd Academy Awards (Including all four

TORN STUBS S4 EP10 – WRAP UP SEASON FINALE

Robert and Joshua quit at episode 10 (before they get too weak in their Autumn years) and think their Quentin

THE LATE LATE REVIEW: THE WIZARD OF OZ

Release Date: August 1939 Awards: Nominated for Best Picture, Best Art Direction and Best Effects, Special Effects at the 1940

TORN STUBS S4 EP9 – ONCE UPON A TIME IN… HOLLYWOOD

Robert and Joshua pour themselves a whisky sour and watch Once Upon a Time in… Hollywood directed by Quentin Tarantino. 

THE LATE LATE REVIEW: CASINO ROYALE

For this week’s Late Late Review Tom’s experienced Casino Royale — Daniel Craig’s debut outing as James Bond and this

TORN STUBS S4 EP8 – THE HATEFUL EIGHT

Robert and Joshua shelter from the snow storm and watch The Hateful Eight directed by Quentin Tarantino.  Featuring wide facial

THE LATE LATE REVIEW: THE PRINCESS BRIDE

This week on The Late Late Review Tom’s put on The Princess Bride for the first time – the Rob

TORN STUBS S4 EP7 – DJANGO UNCHAINED

Robert and Joshua saddle up and watch Django Unchained directed by Quentin Tarantino.  Featuring Dr Seuss, Jewish surnames, father/son relationships,

TORN STUBS S4 EP6 – INGLOURIOUS BASTERDS

Robert and Joshua order three glasses and watch Inglourious Basterds, directed by Quentin Tarantino. Featuring accents, milk, scalps, the glorification