Ben Phillips & Matt Waters present 25 of their favourite movies from a given decade, kicking things off with Volume 1: 2000 – 2009.
To begin their journey it’s Christopher Nolan’s first major film, the mind-bending masterclass in editing: Memento. Continue reading There Will Be Movies – Episode 1: Memento
Jerome and Brian are back for a very spoiler filled discussion of what will likely be the biggest movie ever. They discuss who lived and who died, draft their favorite moments and favorite Avengers. Of course, this was going to be the longest episode ever. Continue reading The Superhero Pantheon Vol. 2 – Episode 9: Avengers: Endgame (2019) (Theatrical Review)
Jerome and Brian are back just three days before Avengers; Endgame to break down the latest iteration of Hellboy. Despite what the critics have said, one of the people on this episode enjoyed the movie…somewhat. Find out who. The duo also runs down their summer plans as well. Continue reading The Superhero Pantheon Vol. 2 – Episode 8: Hellboy (2019) (Theatrical Review)
It’s a fan favorite team up this week with Locke and Hurley as the focus of our two flashbacks, with some of the biggest cameos to date! Locke is ready to put his father behind him – or is he? Hurley discovers he hates change when the lottery affects his closest friendship. On the island, the show changes forever when we discover the origins of the Hatch and the reasoning behind it’s existence. The Hatch also brings a new segment to the show – The Books of LOST! Continue reading From Broadcast Depth Episode 14: ‘Orientation’ & ‘Everybody Hates Hugo’
The Season 2 premiere brings a whole bunch of new toys to the LOST universes sandbox. What’s in the hatch, or should we say, WHO is in the hatch? What happened to our pals on the raft? And whether you cared about it or not, you get more of Jack and Sarah in a flashback! Plus, the dangers of throwing Easter eggs in a show which breeds the most die hard of super fans. Continue reading From Broadcast Depth Episode 13: ‘Man of Science, Man of Faith’ & ‘Adrift’
The Season 1 finale is here! This king-sized episode covers the three-part finale in great detail. The raft is ready to set sail, a plan is put into motion to crack open the hatch, but those plans may be thwarted by those pesky ‘Others’ Rousseau has warned us about. In the flashback, we see how a number of survivors’ days began right before they boarded Flight Oceanic 815. This episode also provides The Most Important Conversation In The Show™. Kevin and Ben wrap up the season with overall thoughts and a look into the bonus features and deleted scenes from the DVD and Blu-Ray. Join us for over two hours of discussion as we reach our first podcast milestone! Continue reading From Broadcast Depth Episode 12: ‘Exodus’ Parts 1-3
The raft is just about ready to set sail, and a few more survivors find out about the hatch, but first Boone needs to be laid to rest, figuratively and literally. We also discover why Sayid was on Oceanic Flight 815 and Kate gets the shaft yet again in another bad flashback. At least it’s better than “Whatever The Case May Be.” We’re one episode away from the Season 1 finale, so things are getting cooking as we get closer to the finish line. Continue reading From Broadcast Depth Episode 11: ‘The Greater Good’ & ‘Born to Run’
Ah, yes, THE numbers. Hurley’s first flashback episode (finally!) gives us six numbers that dramatically shape the show forever, and add a new segment to the podcast. Without a doubt, is it one of the most crucial (and fun) episodes of the first season. Jin also fills in the blanks of the first flashback episode with Sun and himself, and wouldn’t ya know it? Not all is what it seems! After this week, no episode of From Broadcast Depth will be the same again.
Continue reading From Broadcast Depth Episode 9: ‘…In Translation’ & ‘The Numbers’
Oh you didn’t know? This is the second episode of From Broadcast Depth where episodes featuring Charlie and Sawyer are discussed. We take a look back at Charlie’s attempt to settle down and come clean and why that went awry.
Then, Sawyer travels to Australia in the hunt for the man who killed his daddy, and ends up breaking liquid bread with somebody else’s daddy. Josh Holloway gives a breakout performance in one of the best episodes of the season.
Continue reading From Broadcast Depth Episode 8: ‘Homecoming’ & ‘Outlaws’