1 hr 40 min

E7 - Back to the Filmography: Jason Statham - The Transporter The Pop Guerrillas

    • Arts

Travel Back to the Filmography with the show dedicated to watching every credited film from an actor’s complete Back catalogue from past debut through to present day in chronological order. Each episode, I am joined by an esteemed guest to watch and discuss the next entry from the focused Filmography and consider how it ranks amidst their career and whether we can trace any typecasting trends or topic traits or theatrical tics. For episode seven, I’m joined by champion of the cult and Angry Andy agitator Dan Bores to discuss the seventh overall (but first proper) appearance of The Stath in the slick indie actioner The Transporter. We watch. You listen… and, hopefully, watch along too..? Back to the Filmography is presented to you by The Pop Guerrillas, a collective of hive minds who provide spoiler-free reviews of anything from pop culture in less time than a takes to listen to a song. Check out our reviews via Anchor and Spotify or your preferred podcatcher of choice. Dan’s podcast Spider-Dan and the Secret Bores is available on all good podcast catchers and he can be followed on twitter (@dan_bores), Facebook (@secretbores) and instagram (spiderdansecretbores). All his inks can be found at his website www.spiderdanandthesecretbores.com. You can follow and contact JAC through twitter (@IamJACsMusings) and read his diary of pop culture musings on wordpress (iamjacsmusings.wordpress.com) and film reviews on letterboxd (https://letterboxd.com/Iamjacsmusings/). The show can be contacted directly through twitter (@BacktotheFilmog) and please remember to use the #FollowtheFilmography and #Statholution in any and all interactions. Don’t forget to subscribe and, if you have the time, please leave a review of the show on your podcast provider of choice. The intro and outro music is Electronic Rock (King Around Here) by AlexGrohl from Pixabay. Until next time, be excellent to each other and make sure you take the time to treat yo’ self too. Yippee-ki-yay, movie lovers.

Travel Back to the Filmography with the show dedicated to watching every credited film from an actor’s complete Back catalogue from past debut through to present day in chronological order. Each episode, I am joined by an esteemed guest to watch and discuss the next entry from the focused Filmography and consider how it ranks amidst their career and whether we can trace any typecasting trends or topic traits or theatrical tics. For episode seven, I’m joined by champion of the cult and Angry Andy agitator Dan Bores to discuss the seventh overall (but first proper) appearance of The Stath in the slick indie actioner The Transporter. We watch. You listen… and, hopefully, watch along too..? Back to the Filmography is presented to you by The Pop Guerrillas, a collective of hive minds who provide spoiler-free reviews of anything from pop culture in less time than a takes to listen to a song. Check out our reviews via Anchor and Spotify or your preferred podcatcher of choice. Dan’s podcast Spider-Dan and the Secret Bores is available on all good podcast catchers and he can be followed on twitter (@dan_bores), Facebook (@secretbores) and instagram (spiderdansecretbores). All his inks can be found at his website www.spiderdanandthesecretbores.com. You can follow and contact JAC through twitter (@IamJACsMusings) and read his diary of pop culture musings on wordpress (iamjacsmusings.wordpress.com) and film reviews on letterboxd (https://letterboxd.com/Iamjacsmusings/). The show can be contacted directly through twitter (@BacktotheFilmog) and please remember to use the #FollowtheFilmography and #Statholution in any and all interactions. Don’t forget to subscribe and, if you have the time, please leave a review of the show on your podcast provider of choice. The intro and outro music is Electronic Rock (King Around Here) by AlexGrohl from Pixabay. Until next time, be excellent to each other and make sure you take the time to treat yo’ self too. Yippee-ki-yay, movie lovers.

1 hr 40 min