Film Roar 17 – Farmageddon & The Personal History of David Copperfield

Two slices of British cinema - an animation and an adaptation awaits in Film Roar

Film Roar 17

Hosted by Iain Boulton and Christian R. Allan, the Bunkazilla Film Roar takes a monstrous chunk out of all the movie news and review the very latest movie reviews – with the odd recent release thrown in for good measure. New episodes arrive weekly on the Bunkazilla website and through all good podcasting platforms. 

Episode Player

What happens in this episode? 

Iain and Christian reunite in the garden for another dose of cinema chat, discussion and reviews.

In the news portion, they talk about the proposed re-opening of cinemas as several chains mark the start of July as the time to return.

They’ve even been supported with a list of 450 films cinemas can show when they open their doors once more.

For the reviews, it’s a double dose of British cinema. First, animation from Aardman with the sequel to Shaun The Sheep – Farmageddon. Have they recaptured the claymation magic once more?

Then it’s the turn of Armando Iannucci with The Personal History of David Copperfield. It’s a quirky and radical take on the classic Dickens novel but are the hosts looking for something more?

Enjoy the episode? Want to listen to more Film Roar? Visit our main podcast page to enjoy every episode of the series so far!

Got any great film recommendations we should cover? Or feedback on the topics and films discussed – drop us a line at

About Iain Boulton 132 Articles
Station and Website Manager of Bunkazilla UK. Interests: Movies, Anime, WWE, Video Games

Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.