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191. 2017 Wrap-Up

December 30th, 2017 · Comments

As the last hours of 2017 slip away, Matt and Ed sit down to look back on the past 12 months and discuss the highs and lows. What movies were shocking successes? What films flopped unexpectedly? And what were the prevailing stories that leapt out to them? They also discuss David Ayer's Bright, a late but strong contender for worst film of the year, before running down the ten best films of the year, as chosen by Shot Reverse Shot's guest contributors.

00:00:00 - 00:03:06 - Intro

00:03:07 - 00:30:50 - A rundown of some of the big news stories of the year

00:30:51 - 00:47:35 - Matt and Ed discuss Bright and other cinematic lowlights

00:47:36 - 00:50:32 - Honourable Mentions

00:50:33 - 01:40:07 - The Shot/Reverse Shot Top Ten Films of 2017

01:40:08 - 01:40:47 - Outro



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187. Matt’s Birthday 2017

November 20th, 2017 · Comments

It's Matt's Birthday, which means he has free rein to talk about any subject he wants this week. Topics include the biggest pricks in cinema history, male role models in movies, and planning a birthday film festival.

00:00:00 - 00:16:55 - Intro & News

00:16:56 - 00:56:25 - Matt & Ed discuss a bunch of stuff

00:56:26 - 01:05:50 - SRS Recommends & Outro


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184. Stephen King (with Kayleigh Donaldson)

October 30th, 2017 · Comments

It's Halloween, and Matt and Ed are joined by returning guest Kayleigh Donaldson to discuss a suitably spooky subject: Stephen King, the prolific and influential horror writer who, between It, Gerald's Game and 1922 (less so The Dark Tower) is having something of a moment. They also discuss the Phantom Thread trailer, pick over the complete implosion of Suburbicon, and they pitch Terrence Malick on a potential film for his purported return to more conventional filmmaking.


00:00:00 - 00:22:22 - Intro and News

00:22:23 - 01:11:52 - Matt, Ed and Kayleigh discuss Stephen King's work

01:11:53 - 01:13:26 - Outro


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154. Pan’s Labyrinth at 10

September 12th, 2016 · Comments

It's been ten years since the release of Guillermo del Toro's haunting fairytale Pan's Labyrinth, a film which was hailed as a masterpiece almost as soon as it debuted and whose reputation has only grown over time. To mark the occasion, Matt and Ed discuss the film's many good qualities, debate its legacy, and what impact it had on del Toro's career. They also get excited about the films debuting at the Toronto International Film Festival, Ed reminisces about the time he got to meet del Toro and almost cried, and Matt reveals how deceased Irish comedian Frank Carson shattered his chances of becoming a professional footballer.
00:00:00 - 00:18:22 - Intro & News
00:18:23 - 00:55:27 - Matt & Ed discuss Pan's Labyrinth
00:55:28 - 00:59:19 - SRS Recommends & Outro

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55. Community - Redux Redux

July 11th, 2014 · Comments

Dan Harmon's Community has been cancelled. No it hasn't. Yes it has. No it hasn't. Yes it has. No. It hasn't.

Such is the hokey cokey nature of the much loved show's future that even Joe and Ed can't keep up with it. This episode was recorded after the show's latest demise, only for it to be revived before the episode made it to air. Joe and Ed have recorded a special amendment to bookend the episode and take great care to not speculate any further for fear of having to record this all over again. And lets face it, that's not the first time this has happened is it?
If you enjoy the show, why not give it a review on iTunes? You know you want to.

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22. Ask Us Anything

March 12th, 2013 · Comments

After spending more than a year choosing the subjects on which they show off their freeform waffling skills, Joe and Ed decided to hand the talking stick to you - the audience - to pick the topics of discussion. Selecting a wide range of questions volunteered via Facebook and Twitter, the boys find themselves debating hypothetical dust ups between nightclub bouncers and Jedi Knights, wondering why films seem to be so long these days and pondering on the scarcity of unicorns in motion pictures.

As always, listen, enjoy, rate and review!


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