It's an Asian triple bill on this week's cult movie podcast, as Ben and Dan tackle Tom Yum Goong, the bone-crunching follow-up to Thai martial arts hit Ong-bak, classic Japanese swordplay bloodbath Lady Snowblood: Love Song of Vengeance and Korean serial killer thriller Memories of Murder.
More cult movie reviews and chat from Dan Auty and Ben Howard, brought to you by The Spinning Image. This week Ben and Dan discuss the final film in Chan-wook Park's revenge trilogy Sympathy for Lady Vengeance, gruesome indie horror Feed, plus their most anticipated films of 2006.
In their first show of 2006, Ben Howard and Dan Auty bring you a review of the new extended, re-edited DVD of Robert Rodriguez's Sin City, plus a look back at a couple of classic monster movies – the 1931 version of Dr. Jekyl and Mr. Hyde, and The Creature from the Black Lagoon.
It's a chest-beating, skyscraper-climbing King Kong special, as Ben and Dan get to grips with all three films of the classic story, from the 1933 original, via the 1976 remake up to Peter Jackson's new blockbuster version. Plus kung-fu comedy Shaolin Soccer and 70s Italian sleaze-fest Hitch-hike.
A bumper end-of-year edition for the cult movie podcast, as Ben and Dan cast their eye back over 2005 and pick their favourite (and least favourite) films of the year. Also, reviews of the director's cut DVD of Rob Zombie's The Devil's Rejects, Korean boxing drama Crying Fist and Dario Argento's recent slice TV horror, Jenifer.
More cult movie reviews and discussions from Ben and Dan, including Dario Argento's The Bird with the Crystal Plumage, Miyazaki's anime classic Nausicaa, indie comedy-drama Factotum, plus Werner Herzog, John Saxon and more....
Ben Howard and Dan Auty get to grips with the darker side of cult cinema, including the notorious Cannibal Holocaust, Asian horror anthology Three...Extremes and the new US TV series Masters of Horror. Plus British fantasy movie MirrorMask.
In their first Podcast, Ben Howard (webmaster at MondoMovie.com) and Daniel Auty (resident reviewer at TSI) give a great rambling talk about the merits of Cronenberg's The Fly, an overview of the forthcoming London Film Festival and cover a multitude of sins in-between. This promises to be a great bi-weekly podcast.