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Is there a movie you like that no one else gets? Or hasn't even heard of? Cinema Limbo is the home for movies whose time has come for revaluation. Hosted by Jeremy Phillips.

Cinema Limbo Podnose

    • TV & Film
    • 4.2 • 5 Ratings

Is there a movie you like that no one else gets? Or hasn't even heard of? Cinema Limbo is the home for movies whose time has come for revaluation. Hosted by Jeremy Phillips.

    081 - Ryan's Daughter

    081 - Ryan's Daughter

    Jeremy is joined by author and dramatist Simon Guerrier for a discussion of David Lean's Oscar-winning epic period romance from 1970, Ryan's Daughter, starring Sarah Miles, Robert Mitchum, Christopher Jones, Leon McKern and John Mills. As they talk, they explore such topics as familiy connections to the production and content, two-fisted priests, the female gaze, storytelling through colour choices and which war is the trendiest.

    • 1 hr 40 min
    080 - Death Line

    080 - Death Line

    Jeremy is joined again by writer and podcaster Paul Morris to discuss the 1973 British horror film Death Line, released in the US as Raw Meat, starring Donald Pleasance and featuring Christopher Lee. Their discussion covers such topics as fiction's greatest policeman, the last 30 years of pop music, the gulf between 'real' and 'fake' horror and class violence, while Jeremy tries to pitch a new show.

    • 1 hr 31 min
    079 - Cinema Lockdown

    079 - Cinema Lockdown

    Jeremy returns after a long rest to be joined by Chris Arnsby to discuss the impact the COVID-19 crisis and lockdown has had on the cinema business, film production and movie-going habits, in doing so touching on subjects including Battlestar Galactica, Josh Trank's comeback and Quibi.

    Several release dates have changed since this episode was recorded, with Tenet moving from mid-July to late August and Wonder Woman 1984 moving for a second time from August to October. Release dates correct at time of writing.

    • 38 min
    078 - Mars Attacks!

    078 - Mars Attacks!

    Jeremy is joined by Anthony Malone to discuss the weighty issues that surround Tim Burton's 1996 sci-fi disaster movie parody Mars Attacks!, boasting an all-star cast led by Jack Nicholson, Glenn Close, Pierce Brosnan and Natalie Portman. Their detailed conflab covers such pressing concerns as Martians on the razz, Edward D Wood Jr, Richard Nixon, military deference, disposable culture, ignorant tourists and getting trolled by the Horror Channel.

    • 1 hr 46 min
    077 - Fantasia

    077 - Fantasia

    Chris Arnsby joins Jeremy for a highbrow evening of culture, as they enjoy Walt Disney's 1940 classical music anthology Fantasia, featuring works by Beethoven, Bach, Mussorgsky, Stravinsky and Dukas. Their sophisticated banter touches on topics including the Mind of the Divine, popular musicologists, racial politics in pre-war Hollywood and Cadbury's Fruit and Nut.

    • 1 hr 28 min
    076 - Britannia Hospital

    076 - Britannia Hospital

    Anthony Malone returns for an examination of Lindsay Anderson's 1982 satire Britannia Hospital, starring an ensemble cast including Leonard Rossiter, Mark Hamill, Malcolm McDowell, Joan Plowright and Robin Askwith, while a timely conversation between himself and Jeremy covers such topics as religious propaganda, unnecessary surgery, injured actors, Brexit and Rebel Wilson.

    • 1 hr 57 min

Customer Reviews

4.2 out of 5
5 Ratings

5 Ratings

Mr. Belver Black ,

Thoughtful, comprehensive, opinionated, enlightening.

Appealing mix of films being explored- some obscure and some better known but overlooked- discussed with wit and insight. I love the tone of these and look forward to more.

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