Tag: The Late Late Review

THE LATE LATE REVIEW: IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE

It’s another classic Christmas film this week on The Late Late Review – the iconic American classic, It’s A Wonderful

THE LATE LATE REVIEW: GREMLINS

Never mind Die Hard – this week Tom’s sat down with Gremlins for the first time, and decided it’s definitely

THE LATE LATE REVIEW: NO DOUBT – TRAGIC KINGDOM

We recently celebrate 15 years of Gwen Stefani’s debut solo album on Track By Track, but before that there was

THE LATE LATE REVIEW: THIS IS SPINAL TAP

Release Date: March 1984 Awards: It’s becoming ever more apparent that “cult classic” is just a long winded way of

THE LATE LATE REVIEW: BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN AND THE E STREET BAND – LIVE 1975-1985

Bruce Springsteen – a man known for 3 hour shows – released a live album spanning 10 years of gigs

THE LATE LATE REVIEW: THE LOST BOYS

Before the Twilight saga, and after Dracula, The Lost Boys featured the biggest vampires on the silver screen. Before he

THE LATE LATE REVIEW: CREATURE FROM THE BLACK LAGOON

Following Dracula, Frankenstein and The Mummy, it’s time for another classic monster movie that Tom’s never seen before. Release Date:

THE LATE LATE REVIEW: THE MUMMY

For week three of his discovery of classic monster movies, Tom’s following up Dracula and Frankenstein with The Mummy. Release

THE LATE LATE REVIEW: FRANKENSTEIN

He’s created a monster with the Halloween Special Late Late Reviews, And this week Tom’s staying in the 1930s for

THE LATE LATE REVIEW: DRACULA

As we enter the month of Halloween, this week’s Late Late Review is all about Dracula. But was Tom’s first