Reviewables is a freewheeling anarchic comedy podcast. Every week our hosts Hannah Mamalis and Edwin Sammon are joined by special guests to improvise, vent and complain about the world around them but very rarely review anything. https://twitter.com/ReviewablesPod https://www.facebook.com/Reviewables/ https://www.instagram.com/reviewables/
#126 | You Can't Cancel Connery with Sir Sean Connery
This week's episode features guest host Kevin Mcgahern in conversation with legendary actor Sir Sean Connery who talks through the roles he turned down including The Matrix and Jurassic Park. Sir Sean also reveals the parts he wanted but couldn't get including the Brad Pitt role in his old friend David "Finchy" Fincher's Fight Club and appears completely resistant to the modern PC brigade as he refuses to explain or apologise for his long standing and controversial take on slapping.
#125| Telling It Like It Is with Neil Stool's Comedy Rules
This week Ed is joined in Reviewatowers by extra special guest co-host Tony Cantwell and fairly special guest Neil Stool, a man who has gained a huge following online for his back to basics style of sketch comedy that might seem old fashioned and confusing to the hosts as he lays down his rules of comedy and also condenses some classic movie plots as he feels movies take too long to get their points across. All this plus the quickest top five list ever recorded on the show! Enjoy!
#124 | TikTok Safewords with Andrea Farrell
This week's episode was recorded way back in July which seems like ten years ago because of the pandemic as Andrea gets her shot at being co-host and interviewee as Ed promotes his solo podcast and they both try to understand what TikTok is. Andrea also remembers her confirmation suit and Ed helps her with the woes of online dating and some BDSM messages from prospective beaus.
#123 | The Road Never Traveled With Travel Writer Leo Hertzfeld
This week Ed and Hannah are joined in Reviewatowers by Austrian travel writer Leo Hertzfeld. Leo talks about countries like he's reading it off Wikipedia because he is. Ed forgets what continental means which angers Leo, understandably. Something else is going on and the hosts are not sure what until Hannah cuts to the core of Leo who finally reveals why he's in Ireland and it involves a woman Leo is obsessed with (and not in a good way).
#122 | Inanimate Love Affairs with Ali Fox
Ed and Hannah are joined in the old Reviewatowers by actor, improviser and all round sound egg Ali Fox. The chat immediately descends into comparing pandemic panic attacks and takes a left turn as Ed mistakeningly thinks Hannah wants to f**k her chair and that results in a discussion about finding inaminate objects sexy before we finally get around to what Ali wanted to talk about in the first place which was the zoo and how whales aren't fooling anyone with their carry on! There's also a review of the best and correct pronunciation of the word Covid which are not one and the same. Plus Alan Rickman gets some love. Enjoy Reviewapals!
#121 | Ball Pond Shame with Sharon Mannion
Reviewables is back back back (!) after a long pandemic induced hiatus and regular co -hosts Hannah and Ed are joined in studio by guest Sharon Mannion and extra host Andrea Farrell. Sharon is an actor, writer and improviser and has featured in numerous shows such as "Bridget and Eamon" and "Republic of Telly". Sharon reviews her very first, high energy appearance on television, why ball ponds are to be avoided and her own children in a freewheeling interview which also delves into her unusual toe situation as Hannah and Andrea try to sing the Reviewables Theme in an exciting competition to see who is the better co-host. There's also a very exciting announcement at the end! Enjoy Reviewapals.
Makes me laugh every episode. These dudes are very funny (see Edwin in Those Conspiracy Guys...). If Hannah Mamalis joins the crew, I would be so happy.
This $#!+ is funny !! I listen to this podcast every week it comes out !! All the way from Cali ! What if you review these reviews ? Hahah
Review a who rocks
I love the individual bits that this podcast provides awesome. You guys do have US listeners. Is it weird to be writing a review about a podcast about reviews?