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The Tea & Crumpet Filmcast: Ex Machina, Mortdecai And A Most Violent Year (Episode 14)

29 January 2015 6:29 PM, PST | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Dom may be slipping and moaning his way through the Sundance Film Festival on the far side of the Atlantic, but the mighty Filmcast rolls on unabated. Liam is joined by regular guest Dr. Lindsay Hallam (Lecturer in Film at the University of East London), David James (London City Nights) and Matthew Lee (Screen Robot) to talk yet another busy week at the movies.

On the chopping block for this episode we have Johnny Depp “comedy” Mortdecai, and – much more pleasantly – an Oscar Isaac double bill, with Ex Machina and A Most Violent Year both coming under the gang’s intense scrutiny.

Buckle in folks, it’s going to be a bumpy ride.

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- Dominic Mill

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The Tea & Crumpet Filmcast: Talking Oscar Nominations, Whiplash And Testament of Youth (Episode 13)

20 January 2015 7:58 PM, PST | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

The gang’s back for 2015 in epic, sprawling fashion. Dom and Liam take to the latest stew of Oscar-bait (and The Hobbit as well) with all the subtlety and taste of a bulldozer, partnered in crime by Dr. Lindsay Hallam, David James and Matthew Lee.

Over the course of a massive hour and a half of cinematic discussion, the group tells you everything you need to know about what’s on at the movies right now – namely, why Birdman‘s really, really good and how American Sniper‘s kinda, sorta evil.

There’s plenty more catch up too, with enamoured discussion of Foxcatcher – and much less than enamoured reviews of Into the Woods and The Woman in Black 2 – as well as reviews of the UK’s three big releases this week: Whiplash, Wild and Testament of Youth.

As a bonus – and provided you can stand all the movie wittering »

- Dominic Mill

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