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200 PLUS features the biggest (literally) people in footy talking about the game from their elevated perspective. Footy’s bigs are seen but rarely heard, and Nick Butler, Dan Gorringe and Sam Draper use this podcast to give this community a voice. They address the key issues of footy, provide an insight into what it’s like to be a big man in this modern world and interview tall timber from the past and present.
 
Ben Higgins has come a long way since his “Perfect Ben” days on The Bachelor, and now he wants to take you along as he explores being an entrepreneur! He’s enlisted the help of venture capitalist Jesse Draper, whose firm has helped with early stage investing in female founded startups, like Carbon 38 and Sugarfina. She combines her background in comedy and entertainment with her vast business experience to provide an accessible and relatable approach to the board room. Each week, they’ll sit ...
 
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The Yellow Sub Sandwich is the official podcast to accompany and celebrate the 50th anniversary cinema re-release of the Beatles’ #YellowSubmarine movie. http://www.yellowsubmarine.film/#tickets Presented by music and movies expert Edith Bowman and movie critic Robbie Collin, this is a podcast with a difference; it comes in two parts: “before” and “after” - a bit to listen to before you see the movie and a bit for after. With great stories about the making of the movie and fresh insight into ...
 
Corl Crypto Roundtables brings together the smartest investors, hedge fund managers, project creators, developers, traders and blockchain influencers for dynamic crypto roundtable discussions. Every episode features notable names from across the cryptographic landscape joining together for in-depth, conference level quality conversations.Frequent topics (and debates) include various cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin (BTC), Ripple (XRP), Litecoin (LTC), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Monero (XMR), ZCash (ZE ...
 
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"Chinese Woman Stares at Matt Damon: The Movie" This week, America and China throw a load of money at a JOINT VENTURE and end up with The Great Wall, a blockbuster action film with, er, Matt Damon as the lead. Matt Damon, seriously? We discuss the history of clapping, foxes, Alex has a quiz, Chris lets us know how much he looks chopping, and: Matt …
 
Welcome back to 200 PLUS. Footy from an elevated perspective, literally! Drapes reveals a special meeting with AFL Chief Executive Gillon McLachlan, it’s all-in on the boys Feedback session and Shinguard Watch ramps up with Impact Armour. Brendon Lade joins us as our Retrospective Spirit Animal with some beastly insights, plus Drapes’ dives into th…
 
Jihane Bousfiha (Vulture, Paste magazine) is here on the pod to talk about 2017's The Florida Project. We'll end up talking about the incredible career of Willem Dafoe and push back to Sean Baker's depiction of poverty --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: htt…
 
"Big Frack's got involved." This week we watch a film in which a hyperintelligent black blob is stuffed into a suspiciously old-looking child's monster truck. Also, Chris gives us a science lesson about the lack of wheels in nature, Sam has a problem with quip timing in films in general, and Alex just wants to have fun. Also, Sam drops a late twist…
 
Footy from an elevated perspective, literally! Drapes looks ahead to Dreamtime at the ‘G and Goz goes missing as the boys are joined by the biggest election candidate on the planet and 5x Olympian, Dan Repacholi. Our retrospective Spirit Animal, Hawks Premiership ruckman Brent Renouf joins the family, plenty of Feedback and a Budgie Smuggler give-a…
 
Brianna Zigler (Paste Magazine) returns for the beloved sophomore feature with Robert Eggers' The Lighthouse! We chat about if this will end up being a horror classic, a24 comedies and Cannes 2019. Consider donating to an abortion fund: https://www.thecut.com/article/donate-abortion-fund-roe-v-wade-how-to-help.html--- This episode is sponsored by ·…
 
"Cirque de Horny" This week we're back to our full complement as Chris returns for the razzle dazzle of filmmaking to join us for a thorough look at Cameron Crowe's Vanilla Sky! As well as working through the plot, we have time to discuss Alex's trip to Legoland, the new Avatar 2 trailer, lucid dreaming, alternate endings, an much, much more! Next …
 
Welcome back to 200 PLUS. Footy from an elevated perspective, literally! The boys dissect Drapes’ Flu Game against the Hawks, Goz does his thing with your Feedback, Drapes’ Diary starts to take shape, a Sponsorship dreams are made of and Is the Spray Okay? As always, get your knees up! 200 PLUS Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/200pluspod/ 200 P…
 
Sam Herbst (The Kidmanifesto podcast) joins us to discuss Andrew Haigh's exquisite 45 Years but more importantly NOT Star Wars and Suicide Squad. We get into it all like best actress 2015, movies that don't exist and the career of Charlotte Rampling--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--…
 
Welcome back to 200 PLUS. Footy from an elevated perspective, literally! The boys discuss life at the top of the charts, share some horrific morale boosting experiences, plus the acceptable amount of beer and we launch a world first, Drapes’ Diaries. Get involved! And, get your knees up! 200 PLUS Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/200pluspod/ Sam…
 
Mitchell Beaupre (Letterboxd, The Film Stage) joins us to chat about one of the finest action blockbusters of the 2010s in Doug Liman's Edge of Tomorrow. We unpack why the movie failed to make a sequel, Emily Blunt's career and the film's actual title, Live Die Repeat (should have been All You Need Is Kill all along) --- Send in a voice message: ht…
 
Chris is still away on location so Alex and Sam soldier on for a second DUO REVIEWO. This time, it's Alex's birthday pick, Cowboy Bebop, the film of the anime of the manga of the same name. Join us as we discuss the perils of adapting TV shows for film, which other films this film really really rips off, and get whistful for our missing co-host, es…
 
Welcome to 200 PLUS. It's footy from an elevated perspective, literally! Get your knees up, listen to Drapes' review of Anzac Day, including the unfortunate moment Brodie Grundy wrecked his PCL, Dan starts a petition for an important rule change at the AFL, Drapes' brings forward the smartest spirit animal yet and the podcast apologises to Gillon M…
 
Welcome to 200 PLUS. It's footy from an elevated perspective, literally! Get your knees up, meet our team of ruck-men, catch up on our Big Issues, hear about a couple of Spirit Animals and of course, finish the sentence for your chance to win! 200 PLUS Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/200pluspod/ Sam Draper: www.instagram.com/drvper/ Dan Gorrin…
 
Phillip Iscove (Sleepy Hollow, Podcast Like Its 1999) is here to talk about the last David Fincher we have left to cover in the 2010s with the masterful The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo. We get into it all here talking about the career of Daniel Craig, casting Lisbeth Salander, Netflix, why didn't get any sequels and why this is the perfect thriller…
 
This week we return to our Disney flop trilogy for the final instalment, Tomorrowland. We take an exhaustive look at this film's lumpy plot, problematic romantic leads, and then descend into hell as we unpeel the strange message behind this film. Ayn Rand, Noah's Ark, the end of the world, and queueing - it's a long episode with a dramatic conclusi…
 
It's an Easter miracle- SFRS returns! After covid lays waste to one host another one goes AWOL, but finally we are back with a new episode! Chris is off on business so Alex and Sam attempt the rare duo rating, taking a look at cyberpunk 'classic' Johnny Mnemonic. If you want your own copy of Johnny M, rate us on iTunes or Spotify and drop us a line…
 
We welcome Lena Wilson (New York Times) to the pod as talk one of the most iconic romance/coming of age stories of the 2010s in Luca Guadagnino's Call Me By Your Name. We get into it all, the peach scene, the downfall of Armie Hammer, the 2018 oscar season, how this is in relation to other queer cinema of the decade and why the movie is so populari…
 
We now talk about our first film from Mia Hansen Love in the addictive Eden. We'll discuss the great French films of the 2010s, Daft Punk, 2013 Cannes, how much Mia Hansen Love and Celine Sciamma are in parallel careers --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: ht…
 
Logan Kenny (Cinematary) returns as we DJ some sweet pool parties and talk Max Joseph's (yeah, from MTVs Catfish) directorial debut We Are Your Friends. We'll talk about Zac Efron's career, 2015 summer movies, and silicon valley capitalism --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in…
 
Nia Tucker is back to talk about our first Pixar (!!) with the release of Turning Red recently, we're now going to college and looking back at Monsters University. We touch on the slate of movies for Pixar in the 2010s, what makes a prequel work and how great of guys Mike and Sully are --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to m…
 
Disney flop series continues with The Black Hole, a film with a confusing tone, an absence of plot, but most importantly a film that is absolutely dominated by the presence of V.I.N.C.E.N.T. the robot. Join us for robot wisdom, Henry Hoover history lessons, and much more! Next week our third and final Disney flop is Tomorrowland! Get in touch! Visi…
 
In honor of The Batman coming out, Emily Jacobson (FIlm Daze) is back with us for Matt Reaves' American remake of Let The Right One In, Let Me In. We touch on the career of Kodi Smit-McPhee, Jack's praise of Reaves' first project as writer-director, Felicity and the absurd amount of remakes that came out in 2010 alone --- Send in a voice message: h…
 
This week we begin another trilogy of films, a look at some of Disney's biggest flops. And there's no bigger flop in the history of film than John Carter, the story of a American civil war pacifist who gets whisked off to Mars and jumps a lot. It's not great. Also, there's a flop-based quiz! Next week, it's The Black Hole! Get in touch! Visit the W…
 
Marie Bardi (Blank Check podcast) joins us for David Cronenberg's damning portrait of Hollywood in Maps to the Stars. We'll discuss the Evan Child character now being a YouTuber instead of a child actor, what happened to John Cusack, and dinosaur movies --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/…
 
Our ill-timed naval military sci-fi trilogy concludes with 1984's The Philadelphia Experiment. Based on a 'real' but obviously not real conspiracy theory, a ship goes invisible and two dudes fall through time. Standard. We also discuss a very unlikable leading man, why automatic cars are no good (or good, depending who you ask), and indulge in a li…
 
Let's dive into the massive career of Ridley Scott with his two prequels returning back into the Alien franchise with Prometheus and Alien: Covenant. Scout Tafoya (author of Cinemaphagy: On the Psychedelic Classical Form of Tobe Hooper) and Tucker Johnson join us to talk about 2012 blockbusters, why these movies were misunderstood at the time, movi…
 
"Still pollutin'" Naval science fiction season continues (it's a thing) with The Final Countdown, a Douglas family affair in which an aircraft carrier goes back in time and...not a lot else happens? Nevertheless, we discuss a lotta history, a lotta production stuff, make time for an erotic docking sequence, get lost in a classic SFRS confusing time…
 
"It's too late to eat a burrito, too many complex carbs" With our trademark bad-timing in full effect we begin a trilogy of science fiction films about battleships, starting with, er, Battleship. Chicken burritos, "football", and a film so terrible we resort to actually playing Battleship(s). This podcast Also, what's in the dome? (We recorded thes…
 
Emmy Potter (Crooked Marque, Bright Wall Dark Room) returns as she chats with us about 2016's melancholic Certain Women, the perfect wintertime movie. Together we try to decide what's the best section of the three stories, the brilliance of Michelle Williams and our trips to the midwest --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to …
 
Brandon Streussnig (The Playlist) is here this episode as we dig into the career of Michael Mann and his only movie in the 2010s in the cyber-thriller, Blackhat. We couldn't decide if Chris Hemsworth is good in this, why Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close was nominated for best picture and how 2015 and the MCU were a cultural rest for American cin…
 
Calvin Kemph (Twin Geeks) is here this episode to bring his pick for the best of the 2010s in Jonathan Glazer's mesmerizing Under the Skin. We talk about the career of Scarlett Johansson, 2010s cerebral sci-fi influencing each other and if Mica Levi's score is considered one of the best of the decade --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The e…
 
"I know wheat." Our 2017 review ends with a crash-landing on a spooky kooky planet with an in-depth look at Alien: Covenant. An evil android, a nice android, an expendable crew and a plot that makes absolutely no sense- sounds like a modern Alien film to me! Next week we play a quick game of Battleship. Brace. Get in touch! Visit the Website! Buy o…
 
Kevin Montes (The Twin Geeks) is here with us to talk about the third installment in the Jackass series, now in 3D! We go over the history of the franchise, our favorite all the stunts in this one, and what Jackass meant to us in 2010--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voi…
 
"Zero bantz had." This week we skip Chris' choice of 2017 film for boring technical reasons, and instead watch listener-picked Valerian. Good character design, a terrible script and the least appealing leading man in the history of cinema can't stop us from taking an in-depth look at this very French, very odd film. Next week, it really will be Ali…
 
We're running lines with Cullen Atchley and Jesse Catherine Webber (Cannes I Kick It podcast) as we look back on Clouds of Sils Maria! With discussions including Juliette Binoche, Cannes 2013, and comedic actors working with European auteurs --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send …
 
We continue our 2017 season of films in Alex's pick, Life! This week Chris brings lots of actual scientific information, Alex fails to see an obvious twist, and Sam has no time for bantz. Next week, we conclude our look at 2017 with Alien: Covenant! Get in touch! Visit the Website! Buy our Merch! Download the soundtrack! See the list so far! And we…
 
Natalia Keogan (Paste, Slash film) joins us in this ep as we unpack Joanna Hogg's memoir to a struggling, young artist in The Souvenir! Getting into the career of Tilda Swinton, Instagram and how the film relates to its sequel --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice mess…
 
This week we break from our 2017 recap to SPOILER the hell out of the latest Matrix film, which came out in stages across the festive period. Admin drama, unprecedented Saturday night recording, eating on mic (sorry), a film of two halves, love and hate for Keanu and a whole lot more. Also, watch out for secondary SPOILERS for Spider-man: No Way Ho…
 
Satire is a weird state right now but in 2010, Four Lions is a breath of fresh air as Greg Hill-Turner picks this as his favorite film of the 2010s! We talk about the careers of Benedict Cumberbatch and Chris Morris, 2010 in film and how this could only be made in 2010 --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. ht…
 
With lots of good cameos and bad wigs to go around, Caro Ribeiro joins us this episode to revisit Adam McKay's celebrated dramedy into the 2008 financial crash. We chat about McKay making a career shift after Anchorman 2, The Big Short's relationship with other movies we've covered like Inside job or Wolf of Wall Street, Christian Bale in the 2010s…
 
Hello there, it's SFRS! It's a new year so we start, as is tradition, with three picks of films from 2017, as our five year moratorium on rating rolls over once more. First up, we take a close look at The Humanity Bureau, one of 362 films Nicolas Cage has made in the past decade. Also, weird things France like, Peter Venkman blowback, correspondenc…
 
From the Cows in the Field podcast, we're joined by the Khoo's to reassess Whit Stillman's 2011 comeback Damsels in Distress. We discuss Stillman's career as a whole, how auteurs depict contemporary America during the 2010s and how well the movie has aged since its TIFF and Venice premieres --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way…
 
We end the year with our annual look back at the past 52 weeks. The highs, the lows, the films we forgot we watched and the films we wish we could forget. There's also an end of year quiz, a look ahead to 2022 and we pick the first three films we'll be watching in the new year. Thanks to all our listeners, new and old, for sticking with us through …
 
It's happening! It happened. One of the best studio comedies of the 2010s in Paul Feig's brilliant Bridesmaids! Maia from Broey Deschanel joins us as we get into the career of Kristen Wiig, so many moments turning into widely used gifs and memes over the years and how much money it made for a comedy --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The ea…
 
It's the night before Christmas and all through the house your smart speakers and phones should be blasting out SFRS. It's a bumper Christmas episode as we take our annual trip back to a galaxy far, far away. Unfortunately, this time we're stuck with Attack of the Clones. Still, there's lots to talk about: Incompetent jedis, Anakin red flags, the u…
 
Gaby Iori returns as we revisit Leslye Headland's delightful comedy that has only grown stronger since its release within the extinction of romantic comedies. We get to talk about if this qualifies as the modern When Harry Met Sally, the whiteness of the romance genre, and how Alison Brie and Jason Sudeikis broke away from TV --- This episode is sp…
 
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