Guerrilla podcasting in a pseudo New Wave Punk Revivalist old-school photocopied ransom note fanzine stylee. Or a clutch of Whovians getting tanked up and whittering about kids TV when they can get themselves organised. Take your pick.
After having to watch a right dog last episode, when we looked at a Stephen Sommers directed monster movie, we decided to do something entirely different. This time we are watching a monster movie that has been directed by Stephen Sommers, 1998's "Deep Rising". Movie review begins at 24 mins.
This was meant to be an episode where we chatted about a bland Jason Statham movie, but (mentioning no names) It was Pete ultimately decided that we should and Chris watch a Huge Action crap-fest from 2004. It's Van Helsing.
Yes, it is very late. From way back in January 2021 we present our review of the New Year's special episode of Doctor Who, Revolution of the Daleks. Also included at no extra charge, a carefully curated "vintage news" segment.
Die Hard 2 is so blatantly a Christmas movie because its a sequel to another Christmas movie. You wouldn't make Sister Act 2 and leave out the nuns. Suck it.
Doctors 2, 7 and 11 continue their quest to locate all the pieces of the lock of time and save the multiverse, OR three idiots nob about at a role playing game in an attempt to frustrate another idiot. Again.
Happy Halloween!! This year we celebrated by letting Chris do lots of news and watching 2018's Overlord. We enjoyed one of those things.
Yes, life got in the bloody way again for a bit, but now we are back. It's almost like we were frozen for a while, only to be thawed out later to fight a terrible evil. Time Lord Victorious tat! Oh, and we watched Demolition Man.
This bat-week on this bat-episode, we watch an absolute bat-turd of a film. It's Batman and Robin from 1997.
This week, thanks to Mr Chris' brain, we end up staring into the incomprehensible charm void that is the awful 1998 film "The Avengers".
This time we are joined by special guest, RPG expert Ryan Blake, as we embark on an epic multi-doctor adventure "The Lock of Time".
Could an industrial prehuman civilization have existed on Earth? Is it possible that aliens are already here and living among us? Can a director's cut really save a bad film? No. Here's the renegade cut of Highlander 2.
In a chaotic episode, Pete makes room for poultry and goes missing, Chris purchases 6 fine onions and Paul offers an apology 10 years too late. They also talk about 1985's "Silver Bullet", but not often.
We didn't think we would still be doing this either, but somehow we forgot that we usually bugger off after a few episodes. Blame Little Pete, and his instance on talking about the movie "PaperHouse", from 1988.
In a desperate, last ditch effort to avoid acknowledging the end of lockdown, the Projecteers bravely agree to watch and talk about a movie... ...1983's Something Wicked This Way Comes.
This week, we are joined by 4th Projecteer Miss Natalie, as we take a long overdue look at the 13th Doctor. Also, has Chris Chibnall saved or fu**ed the show by tinkering with mythology.
We take our last look at a classic Who story for a while as Mr Chris pokes The Ice Warriors at us. Time to get our Troughton.
Desperate for human contact during lockdown, the Projecteers resort to an examination of the final days of Sweaty Ron, as detailed in "Warriors of the Deep".
In a failed experiment to reverse the polarity of the pootron flow emanating from Little Pete's cack encrusted mitts, we've ended up having to watch Delta and the Bannermen.
To conclude our trilogy of lockdown themed episodes (yes, that was always the intention and not something we only just noticed) we look at the 1977 Tom Baker classic, Horror of Fang Rock.
Once more the Projecteers return, unedited and poorly recorded. We may be confined, but we take solace in the fact that we are not being menaced by red cauliflower footballs, kicked over the fence into the lady garden of evil. Unlike that lot in Terror of the Vervoids.
It's our 10th anniversary and everyone is on lockdown, so as we had bugger all else to do, here's a new episode. Sorry its Paradise Towers, blame Little Pete.
This episode we are joined by Mr Other Chris as we pay tribute to the great Rutger Hauer and review 1992's Split Second.
Hello again. It's that time of year when we muck out Pete's cage, so while he's out, might as well record something. This time we've been forced into watching a musical by a supposed friend and a small dog. Fear not, as we barely manage to get around to it and by the time we do Paul is way to drunk to care. Ladies and Gentlemen, Grease.…
In this episode, we gaze long into an abyss. The abyss gazes back for a bit, but finding nothing of interest, soon goes back to watching Bake Off. It's "The Void" from 2016.
This episode, we are joined by Mr. Other Chris from The Eleventh Hour Podcast, as we talk about the right load of old cobblers that is Michael Mann's "The Keep".
Put on your posh clobber and get the beers in, it's anniversary time again! This time we celebrate the 25th anniversary of "Last Action Hero". Sorry about the slight audio problems towards the end, we tried to clean it up as best we could.
In this episode, we talk around the 1998 movie "Godzilla".
Miss Natalie joins us as we talk about "Attack the Block"
In the Cursed Earth where the mutants dwell, there is no law just a living hell. Anyway, enough about Norfolk. On this episode we talk about "Dredd". Also, some bloke cuts the grass. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter: twitter.com/pharosproject Facebook: The Pharos Project Group Page
All aboard the 2:21 from Pharos Towers! Please be sure to keep your belongings with you at all times and try not to feed the wolfmen. This episode, we look at 2015's "Howl".
The apocalypse is upon us as giant monsters rise from the depths to crush our cities. Our only hope is to create giant robots to beat them off. No, not one of Pete's "special films", but Guillermo Del Toro's "Pacific Rim".
"At the end of March 2018, the Projecteers returned to talk all things Mad Max Fury Road. Nobody knew where they came from or where they went afterwards, but the smell lingered for weeks". - The First History Man
This week. We almost catch up with series 10 as we review Empress of Mars and The Eaters of Light. Email: email@example.com Twitter: @PharosProject
This week. Bill enjoys a cup of piping hot steam with her mum, Nodule becomes increasingly superfluous and the Doctor gets fake shot up his sparkle bracket. It's our review of "The Lie of the Land". Email us firstname.lastname@example.org Tweet us @PharosProject Or think really hard about someone you don't know sending us a message, we'll get it.…
This week. Nardole gets something nasty up him, Bill is once again cock blocked and The Doctor is confounded by a Fisher Price toy. It's our review of "The Pyramid at the End of the World". Email us email@example.com Tweet us @pharosproject or just vent your toxic missives, safely into the atmosphere. We'll sense them.…
This week. Nardole sticks his hand somewhere he really shouldn't, Bill gets cock blocked by the pontiff and the Doctor considers a subscription to Audible. Email us firstname.lastname@example.org Tweet us @pharosproject or beat out your message in morse code, on a fish made entirely from mushrooms. Chris will receive it.…
This week. One of Bill's costumes finally tries to kill her, Nardole lets slip that he copped off with the short one from Scooby-Doo and the Doctor is blinded by the requirements of the next episode. Take a deep breath, it's our review of "Oxygen". Email us email@example.com Tweet us @PharosProject or whisper into a dog's anus, Peter will hea…
This week. Bill gets new digs, The Doctor forgets how the sonic screwdriver works and everyone is under threat from David Suchet's knockers. It's our review of "Knock Knock". Send your thoughts on the new series in text or audio to firstname.lastname@example.org Tweet us @PharosProject or shout into an empty pint glass, we'll hear it.…
Reassuringly late, it's our review of "Thin Ice".
Continuing our tradition of giving you last week's show this week, we present our review of "Smile". Still some technicals. but they are less than before. Email and leave messages, audio comments, and other stuff at email@example.com Cheers.
Doctor Who is back and so are we! This week, we talk about the first episode of series 10 "The Pilot". Well, we skirt around it to be honest. Mainly we talk about Chris' weird notes and cyborg poo. Also, we apologize that the audio quality in this episode does not meet our usual standard. Also, we don't actually mean that. Pharosproject@yahoo.com…
This week, we watch Mel Brooks attempt to polish a turd as we watch "Solarbabies".
In this episode we look at that there Biggles movie from 1986. We don't know why. Also, we become members of the aristocracy.
We're back! Half cut and half arsed as ever. This week we watched "The Princess Bride", which is a film.
This week. We delve backwards through time to a point when 50 year old men could easily pull much younger women. Coincidentally, a time when most TV was written by 50 year old men. Yes it's 1972, and we're watching movie of the week "The Night Stalker". Also, it's our 6th anniversary. We don't mention it. Twitter: https://twitter.com/PharosProject…
This year, we decide to do some bonding. Then totally forget that as we argue like buggery over the last Bond film Spectre. Twitter and stuff you should already know.
In which we discuss "The Husbands of River Song". Also, horse genitalia and can a bellow ever be nuanced?
Finally, part two of our Series 9 finale review. We look at "Hell Bent".
Mr Aussie Nick joins us for the first part of our Series 9 finale review, as we look at "Heaven Sent".
In a surprising move for this podcast, we recorded a podcast. Here is our review of "Face the Raven". Have at it. That's it for the show notes. It's late and I'm bloody tired.