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.
What happens in this episode?
After a brief break, our cinematic duo are back once more to venture into the world of films.
First up, as always, it’s Our Cinematic Week where we catch up with all the film watching Iain and Christian have racked up.
Christian sheds light on his current movies of the world challenge, which for this episode, focusing on America.
Iain tries to heal his Scoob! wounds by watching Scooby-Doo & Batman: The Brave & The Bold. He also throws in another Hitchcock film, Batman: Mask of The Phantasm and The Rock.
The main review of the episode focuses on the recent release of The Invisible Man directed by Leigh Whannell and starring Elisabeth Moss. A worthy update or another failed attempt to make thin air scary?
Then we’re on the road as Iain and Christian head to a cinema to watch 1978’s Superman: The Movie. Is it still the stander bearer for all things Superman? Importantly, how was the movie going experience with new health and safety measures in place?
- 00:00 – Intro & Failed UK to US TV Adaptations
- 07:50 – Christian’s Cinematic Week
- 20:39: – Iain’s Cinematic Week
- 40:58 – The Invisible Man (2020) Review
- 01:02:04 – Superman: The Movie (1978) Review and a COVID-19 Cinema Experience
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