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.
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What happens in this episode?
This episode was recorded on Sunday 20th September 2020.
It’s time to face the music with Bill and Ted as our cinematic hosts, in honour of Bill and Ted Face The Music’s release, look at the full time travelling trilogy as a whole in the main film review of this Film Roar episode. Does the third trip through time a worthy addition to the film series and vice versa, does 1989’s Excellent Adventure and 1991’s Bogus Journey hold up as well?
There’s a good dash of Our Cinematic Week once more. Christian takes in a few oddball surreal tales with Adam Sandler and Johnny Depp. Iain meanwhile ventures out into the wild west with a collection of Westerns. If that isn’t enough, Christian tells the story of John Wayne’s Genghis Khan biopic as well – it has to be heard to be believed.
Episode Chapters (Audio Version)
- 00:00:00 – Intro
- 00:10:34 – Our Cinematic Week – Christian (Punch Drunk Love, Fear & Loathing in Las Vegas, Ed Wood)
- 00:41:50 – Our Cinematic Week – Iain (The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance, The Searchers, Tombstone, The Quick & The Dead)
- 01:04:47 – John Wayne’s Genghis Khan Dream Nightmare
- 01:08:21 – Bill & Ted Trilogy Review
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