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Monty Ashley and Rhias Hall watch a lot of movies, and they like to talk about them. This year, they’re focusing on postapocalyptic movies, so strap on your shoulder pads, spike your hair, and get ready to survive in a world ruined by nuclear war, plague, mutants, or who knows what else. Every episode will focus on a different postapocalyptic movie, until they’ve done a year of it.
 
Along the treacherous Borgo Pass In the mountains of Transylvania, a meek English real estate agent is on a harrowing journey to meet a new and mysterious client...who also just happens to be the most terrifying and ferocious monster the world has ever known. COUNT DRACULA!!Christopher Sieber leads an all-star cast, including John Stamos, Annaleigh Ashford, Laura Benanti, Alex Brightman, James Monroe Iglehart, Richard Kind, Rob McClure, Ashley Park, Alan Tudyk, Kathy Fitzgerald, Jeff Kready, ...
 
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We interrupt the scheduled programming of Monty and Rhias vs. Movies: Fantasy with a special edition of Monty and Rhias vs. Television: Fantasy, because Rhias watched all fifty episodes of the Chinese magical epic The Untamed, and she’s REALLY into it right now. Let’s talk about it! Monty Ashley and Rhias Hall Support this show and other shows like…
 
India batsman Rohit Sharma sits down with Sky Sports' Dinesh Karthik to discuss his approach to batting, being described as having 'lazy elegance' at the crease, becoming a fixture in his country's Test team, playing in England - and crying at Bollywood movies! Rohit also talks family, fatherhood, friendship and his passion for conservation.…
 
Arnold Schwarzenegger is perfectly cast, even if he couldn’t really speak English yet. Until Peter Jackson’s Lord of the Rings movies, this was the iconic fantasy movie. A good time. An excellent time. Conan the Barbarian (1982) Monty Ashley and Rhias Hall Support this show and other shows like it on The Incomparable network by becoming a member. M…
 
Barbarian Queen is a 71-minute movie in which female empowerment (in the form of women killing bad guys with swords) is juxtaposed with certain fantasy tropes that are less empowering (you know the ones I mean). It’s weird. But, again, 71 minutes long! Barbarian Queen Monty Ashley and Rhias Hall Support this show and other shows like it on The Inco…
 
Nick Knight is joined by Niall O'Brien and Adam Collins to preview England's two-Test series against New Zealand. The panel discuss whether James Anderson and Stuart Broad should play together and what England new boys Ollie Robinson and James Bracey will bring to the group. Niall and Adam also have their say on England's decision to rest their IPL…
 
Nick Knight is joined by Adam Collins and Niall O'Brien to preview the World Test Championship Final between India and New Zealand at The Ageas Bowl from June 18. Adam reveals what he likes about giant Black Caps seamer Kyle Jamieson and wonders whether New Zealand's heart-breaking defeat in the World Cup final will help them in this showpiece game…
 
Michael Atherton catches up with former team-mate Neil Fairbrother to reflect on England's madcap tour of India in 1993, the story of which will be told in Athers' documentary, Spinwash '93, at 7pm on June 2 on Sky Sports Cricket. Michael and Neil discuss the off-field issues England faced on that trip, their limited success on it, and the camarade…
 
David Lloyd picks his all-time Lancashire side from players he has seen, played with or coached - with no overseas players allowed as he focuses on local talent. James Anderson, Andrew Flintoff, Mike Atherton and Matt Parkinson are among those to make the cut, but who else joins them in Bumble's team?…
 
On the one-year anniversary of George Floyd's murder, Michael Holding and Ebony Rainford-Brent join Ian Ward and Nasser Hussain to discuss Black Lives Matter, taking a knee, if enough is being done to tackle racism, and whether cricket is changing for the better.By Sky Sports
 
Freelance broadcaster and journalist Adam Collins joins Rob Key, Nasser Hussain and Mike Atherton on The Cricket Show to assess Australia's strength in depth as well as the highs and lows from the latest County Championship action. Plus, Stan Heaton MBE joins us to talk about junior participation.By Sky Sports
 
Monty and Rhias are back, with a new movie genre (Fantasy), a new movie (The Sword and the Sorcerer), and a REALLY good excuse for why it took so long to get this episode out the door (Monty had a stroke right after watching the movie). Also, Monty does readings from the novelization, and it is nonsensical. A good time! The Sword and the Sorcerer M…
 
Nasser Hussain and Rob Key are joined by Michael Atherton and David Lloyd to reflect on Ed Smith's departure as national selector and rate how he performed in the role. The boys also look at head coach Chris Silverwood now being in sole charge of picking squads, plus discuss some of the rising stars and England hopefuls in county cricket, including…
 
Rob Key and Nasser Hussain are joined by David Lloyd and Mark Butcher to preview the 2021 County Championship and IPL seasons. The guys also rant about their biggest cricket bug bears, which includes a look at the recent, controversial run out of Pakistan’s Fakhar Zaman in South Africa.By Sky Sports
 
England white-ball skipper Eoin Morgan joins Nasser Hussain and Rob Key on The Cricket Show to assess his team's T20 and ODI progress in India, plus analyse the state of English cricket and how the three formats can continue to grow on the domestic and global stages at a time when lucrative T20 leagues are increasingly popular for players and spect…
 
Kevin Pietersen joins Nasser Hussain and Rob Key on The Cricket Show to discuss England's 'rest and rotation' policy this winter, he looks at their best lineup for the T20 World Cup in October and reflects on his best knocks in the sub-continent after England's struggles against spin in India.By Sky Sports
 
England men's managing director Ashley Giles joins Nasser Hussain and Rob Key on The Cricket show to reflect on the 3-1 Test series loss in India and look ahead to the challenges that lie ahead in 2021. We also hear from CricViz analyst Freddie Wilde on the stats and trends emerging in T20 cricket ahead of England's five-match series in India.…
 
England's white-ball captain Eoin Morgan joins Sky Sports Cricket's Mike Atherton to preview the five-match ODI series against India - the skipper explaining why this series is so crucial for his side's ICC T20 World Cup hopes, why India will begin the tournament as favourites, how the benefits of playing in the IPL are balanced with the risks of p…
 
Former England captain Charlotte Edwards and journalist Isabelle Westbury join Nasser Hussain and Rob Key on The Cricket Show to discuss the challenges facing women in sport, broadcasting and journalism. Plus almost a year on from Australia's victory in the Women's World T20, we catch up with Beth Mooney!…
 
Former spinner Monty Panesar joins Nasser Hussain and Rob Key on The Cricket Show to assess the slow bowlers in the on-going series between India and England, plus look back on a 50-Test career that went from the high of dismissing Sachin Tendulkar to a long-running struggle with mental health problems.…
 
Damnation Alley is the story of a tricked-out military RV being driven around under some very brightly colored skies after a nuclear apocalypse that takes thirteen minutes to play out. Somebody was very concerned that we might not understand what had happened to the world, because this was four years before The Road Warrior demonstrated what postap…
 
Ian Ward, Nasser Hussain, Michael Atherton and Rob Key reflect on England's two-day defeat to India in the pink-ball game in Ahmedabad, discussing whether the pitch was fit for Test cricket, the omission of Dom Bess, some umpiring inconsistencies, and the tourists' rotation policy.By Sky Sports
 
Ian Ward, Nasser Hussain and Ebony Rainford-Brent are joined by Charlotte Edwards to discuss The Hundred launching with a women's match and what impact that will have. Oval Invincibles stars Sam Curran and Jason Roy look forward to the tournament and talk tactics and team-mates, while Nasser assesses which sides have done the best business.…
 
Alex Hales tells The Hussain and Key Cricket Show that he is 'desperate' to play for England again and that it was 'sickening' to miss the 2019 World Cup. Plus, Nasser, Rob and guests Mike Atherton and David Lloyd discuss how to manage maverick players and create a team culture.By Sky Sports
 
England spinner Jack Leach joins Nasser Hussain and Rob Key on The Cricket Show to look back on the first Test against India - and ahead to the second - plus Mike Atherton and David Lloyd join our panel to discuss if sporting excellence is the result of nurture of nature? And what makes a good coach?…
 
England captain Joe Root joins Nasser Hussain and Rob Key to to look back on a journey that has brought him 100 Test caps and ahead to the challenges to come, starting with perhaps the toughest of them all away in India. Cricket broadcaster Harsha Bhogle reflects on the impact India’s win over Australia has had on the country and its cricket fans, …
 
James Anderson reflects on his six-wicket haul against Sri Lanka and is called England's greatest-ever bowler by Rob Key, while Nasser Hussain looks at Dom Sibley and Zak Crawley's struggles against spin and whether the selectors are right to rest Jonny Bairstow for the first two Tests in India.By Sky Sports
 
England batsman Dan Lawrence and former spinner Graeme Swann join Sky Sports Cricket pundits Nasser Hussain and Rob Key to analyse England's on-going tour of Sri Lanka, plus we look ahead to the upcoming Test series in India - "the toughest test" for any side in world cricket right now.By Sky Sports
 
Michael Atherton, Rob Key and Kumar Sangakkara reflect on an absorbing day four of the first Test as England close in on victory over Sri Lanka despite a late wobble with the bat. The pundits also praise Lahiru Thirimanne after he scored his second Test hundred and first in eight years, while we hear from England spinner Jack Leach after his five-w…
 
Sky Sports pundit Mike Atherton sat down with Joe Root ahead of the first Test against Sri Lanka for an in-depth chat in which the England captain admitted he has been underperforming in Test cricket - and is determined to start making match-winning scores - and urged his players to reveal if they are struggling with the burdens of international cr…
 
England seamers James Anderson and Stuart Broad join Nasser Hussain and Rob Key to look ahead to the first Test against Sri Lanka - the start of a bumper year of international cricket in which Joe Root's side could play as many as 17 Tests. We also look back on Sri Lanka series of yesteryear, including some of Nasser's finest moments!…
 
Nasser Hussain, Michael Atherton, David Lloyd and Rob Key reflect on the year in cricket, including Michael Holding and Ebony Rainford-Brent's passionate words on racism, the Women's T20 World Cup, milestones for Stuart Broad and James Anderson and Zak Crawley's double century.By Sky Sports
 
Former Australia captain Steve Waugh joins us for a special episode of The Cricket Show as he explains why he has never seen a batsman like Steve Smith, discusses why he would not ban the bouncer in cricket, and reflects on how well the players in his great Australia side got on.By Sky Sports
 
Former all-rounder Andrew Flintoff joins The Cricket Show to explain why Jonny Bairstow is one of England's top-three Test batsmen, to give his verdict on Jofra Archer, Ben Stokes and Sam Curran - plus retell some hilarious anecdotes featuring David Lloyd and Nasser Hussain!By Sky Sports
 
Nasser Hussain and Mike Atherton join Ian Ward to discuss England's curtailed tour to South Africa and the ramifications both on and off the field following the postponement of the ODI series Also on the agenda are bubble fatigue, Australia's high hopes for young all-rounder Cameron Green and the great sports commentators, following the sad passing…
 
Nasser Hussain and Rob Key look back at England’s T20 sweep of South Africa and ahead to the ODI series, praising “box office” Dawid Malan and discussing England’s coded signals. Plus, leg-spinner Adil Rashid joins the boys to talk about whether he will return to Test cricket, his bowling speeds and how crucial Moeen Ali has been in his development…
 
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