Take 127: Overrated - May 2018

May 20, 2018

This evening Dan, Kirk, Mike and Simon discussed two films that have been overrated - Blade Runner (1982) and Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (1989).

Take 127: Overrated - April 2018

April 15, 2018

Tonight Dan, Kirk, Mike and, special guest Simon Cluett discussed two arguably overrated sci-fi classics - Alien (1979) and 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968).

Take 127: Overlooked - Death & Rebirth

March 18, 2018

This evening Dan, Kirk and Mike discussed the movies Seconds (1966) and Fearless (1993),

Take 127: Overlooked - Head Trip Special

February 18, 2018

Tonight Dan, Kirk and Mike discussed the trippy films Blueberry 2004 (aka Renegade) and Beyond the Black Rainbow 2010.

Take 127: Overlooked

February 8, 2018

Tonight Dan, Kirk and Mike discussed the horror sub-genre "home invasion" and talked about two movies - Lady in a Cage (1964) and Hush (2016). They also discussed the Horror on Sea film festival. To find out more visit www.horror-on-sea.com

Take 127 - Film Show - The End of year Review

December 17, 2017

Tonight Mark, Dan, Kirk and Ian discussed the best films released or revisited during 2017.

Take 127- Overlooked - Isolation

November 20, 2017

In tonight's Overlooked Dan, Mike and Kirk look at the theme of isolation. 

Take 127 - Film Show The Duplass Brothers Special

November 20, 2017

Tonight the guys look at the films of indie filmakers Duplass Brothers Productions. First up is the 'found footage' horror film Creep, followed by dark comedy road movie Manson Family Vacation and finally nostalgic drama romance Blue Jay.

Take 127 - Halloween Special

October 15, 2017

This month we look at three modern 'horror' films. First up is Let The Right One In a Swedish vampire film floowed by Mockumentary vampire film from New Zealand What We Do In The Shadows and finally French/Belgian cannibal film Raw. 

Take 127 - Artificial Intelligence

October 15, 2017

To mark the release of Blade Runner 2049, Dan, Kirk and Mike discuss movies about other androids - AI directed by Steven Spielberg and Ex Machina directed by Alex Garland. The featured music was Kraftwerk, Ministry, An Pierle,  Ben Salisbury & Geoff Barrow and Oliver Cheatham.