The Popcorn Muncher Podcast – LFF 2018 #3 with Kelechi Ehenulo

We look back at the BFI London Film Festival 2018, with reviews of comedy Stan & Ollie, royal comedy The Favourite and If Beale Street Could Talk.

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The Popcorn Muncher Podcast – LFF 2018 #1 with Alistair Ryder

It’s the first days of the London Film Festival 2018 and there’s already plenty to review with critic Alistair Ryder, including opening movie Widows.

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The Popcorn Muncher Podcast: Episode 122 – “Christian Bale has a secret supply of turkey twizzlers”

We review the surprisingly enjoyable superhero movie Venom, starring Tom Hardy, as well as the excellent romance Anchor and Hope.

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The Popcorn Muncher Podcast: Episode 121 – “Crazy Rich Asians is not a Ken Loach film”

We review Paul Feig’s A Simple Favour, family horror The House With a Clock In Its Walls and box office phenomenon Crazy Rich Asians.

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The Popcorn Muncher Podcast: Episode 120 – “I’d watch Tom Hardy as Mary Poppins”

We review Climax, Lucky, King of Thieves and The Predator, as well as looking at trailers for Captain Marvel and Mary Poppins Returns.

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The Popcorn Muncher Podcast: Episode 119 – Is there anything scary about The Nun?

We review the bland Conjuring universe horror movie The Nun, as well as mad action movie Final Score and The Miseducation of Cameron Post.

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The Popcorn Muncher Podcast: Episode 118 – Is Searching the best of the computer screen movies?

We review screen-based mystery thriller Searching, Idris Elba’s Yardie, sci-fi actioner Upgrade and the period romance Cold War.

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The Popcorn Muncher Podcast: Episode 117 – Does The Spy Who Dumped Me finally give Kate McKinnon the role she deserves?

We take on action-comedy The Spy Who Dumped Me, as well as BlacKKKlansman, The Happytime Murders and Slender Man.

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The Popcorn Muncher Podcast: Episode 116 – Is there sufficient bite in The Meg?

We review shark attack adventure The Meg, Denzel Washington’s dull sequel The Equalizer 2 and gross-out Brit comedy The Festival.

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