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The latest Popcast episode see’s us drop the bar further than before as we discuss monkeys in airports, the desperate pleas for fame, dutch escorts and the celebrity death pool for 2013.

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This week we mark the return of Bond….James Bond by reviewing his latest adventure Skyfall. We also dig into the whole Disney & Star Wars thing that happened this week too. Download Episode THIS WEEKS REVIEWS Dan – Skyfall, Ruby Sparks Gwen – Skyfall Mal – Ruby Sparks, The Myth

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If you love movies and you love collectibles, than you know that the coolest movie collectible to own these days is a Mondo poster!!  Working in conjunction with the ultra hip indie/cult theater chain Alamo Drafthouse, Mondo releases high quality, artist designed, limited edition posters that sell out almost instantly

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This week we’re a Dan down but that didn’t stop us from reviewing Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter, Brave, Hemingway and Gelhorn and Pariah. We also extract great performances from poor movies and ponder how much a good performance can actually carry a film. Download Episode REVIEWS Gwen – Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter,

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Update:  Sincere apologies for the issues regarding bandwidth limitation, I honestly did not expect such a heavy flow of traffic when setting this up. But we’re all sorted now, the account has been upgraded and the gates are open once more. Thank you for your patience and once again sincere apologies for

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Welcome one and all to the launch of a community podcast project named Film Club, the first rule of which is that you DO talk about Film Club! The whole point and purpose to this is simple, like many of our wonderful writers here at Screen Invasion and like many

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This week on The Popcast we review Men In Black 3, Moonrise Kingdom, Snow White and The Huntsman and Turn Me On, Dammit! We also navigate our way through an asteroid field of technical difficulties whilst mapping out what Sci Fi universes we’d to like explore again. DOWNLOAD EPISODE REVIEWS

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This week we review The Dictator, The Raid and Michael. We also well and truly sink Peter Berg’s Battleship and discuss what movie characters we would like to emulate or aspire to be like. DOWNLOAD EPISODE REVIEWS Dan – The Dictator Gwen – Michael Mal – The Raid TALKING POINT What movie character have

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This week we review How I Spent My Summer Vacation, What To Expect When You’re Expecting and Cafe de Flore. We also talk toys and movies, collectibles, buckaroo and the time Ben Affleck made Mal cry. DOWNLOAD EPISODE REVIEWS Dan – Dark Shadows, How I Spent My Summer Vacation Gwen

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This week we review American Reunion, The Pirates! Band of Misfits and God Bless America. In an unusual twist we also combine Precious and Robocop, pitch Instagram the movie and compare religious icons to strippers.       REVIEWS Dan – American Reunion Gwen – The Pirates! Band of Misfits. Mal –

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Welcome to the very first episode of Check It Out a brand new podcast which absorbs seven days of mass media, processes it and then filters it down into small but spikey little packages. This week’s episode looks at The Cabin In The Woods and Luc Besson’s The Lady. We

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This week we review The Hunger Games (once more!) L!fe Happens and Pirates In and Adventure With Scientists! We also discuss our favourite Quentin Tarrantino films, the greatest beard in cinematic history and alternative ways to spend your week when faced with a slate of bad releases.     REVIEWS

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Single on Valentine’s Day? Well, don’t worry, all is not lost. Here at Screen Invasion we’ve complied eight pieces of the finest dating advice to ensure you have a hot new partner wrapped around your arms by the end of the night with thanks to the source of all romantic knowledge in

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It was the summer of 1969 and 15-year-old Stieg Larsson went camping with his three friends during a hot summer in Sweden. An innocent holiday soon turned harrowing, however, when he witnessed these boys gang-raping a young girl. Immature, naïve and conflicted by his loyalty to them, Larsson froze and

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You Can Count On Me is a kind of fairytale for all young filmmakers. The drama, released in 2000, was an art house smash that came out of nowhere launching the career of its star Mark Rufallo and seeing its writer and director Kenneth Lonergan nominated for an Academy Award.

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2011 has been a great year at the movies and has provided some breathtaking moments of cinema. Here are 20 of the best scenes we have seen this year. Note: This article is ridden with spoilers. If you haven’t seen a particular movie that I talk about, skip to the

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