In And Why Not?; Stuart and his guest talk about a specific film, why the guest loves it and the impact and effect it has had on them.

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EPISODE GUIDE:


EPISODE 5 - THE BARKLEY MARATHONS

In which Stuart Mulrain and guest John Tucker attempt the race that eats its young...

Stuart heads into unknown territory again and checks out the 2012 documentary The Barkley Marathons for the first time; ready to talk with John Tucker about his love of the film.  With spoilers and bonus Lost In Translation talk too (so an episode and a bit in one awesome package).

Further Viewing & Reading:

Where Dreams Go To DieTales From Out There (book), When We Were KingsParis Is Burning & One Day In September.

PLEASE NOTE; In the episode it is mentioned that the film is available on Netflix UK.  Since recording the film is no longer in their library, but it is available to rent at the links below.

LINKS

JOHN- Website - Twitter @johntuckerart

STUART - Twitter @TokenNerd

NERDS - Facebook

The Barkley Marathons - Website - IMDB - Amazon Prime (Rent Or Buy) - YouTube (Rent)

Title Music - Storytelling Man by Ruth's Curtain

This episode is available on iTunes and Spotify.

This episode was recorded on Wednesday 25th September 2019


EPISODE 4 - BATTLE CREEK BRAWL

In which Stuart Mulrain and guest Tony Esmond have a Big Brawl on the streets of Texas...

This time Stuart heads into unknown territory and checks out the 1980 Jackie Chan film Battle Creek Brawl (aka The Big Brawl) for the first time; ready to talk with Tony Esmond about his love for the film.

Among the things you should check out after listening to this episode, is the awesome Lalo Schifrin Theme Tune to the film and Jackie Chan on TisWas.

Further Viewing Recommendations:

Drunken Master, The Clones Of Bruce Lee, Wheels On Meals, Project A, Armour Of God, Police Story, Island Of Fire & Dragon Lord.

LINKS

TONY- Website - Twitter @Ezohyez

STUART - Twitter @TokenNerd

NERDS - Facebook

BATTLE CREEK BRAWL - IMDB - 88 Films Blu-Ray

Title Music - Storytelling Man by Ruth's Curtain

This episode is available on iTunes.

This episode was recorded on Monday 26th August 2019


EPISODE 3 - GREGORY’S GIRL

In which Stuart Mulrain and guest Raechel Leigh Carter talk teenage love in a Scottish School...

For episode three, Stuart talks to artist, writer & zine creator Raechel Leigh Carter about her love of the 1980 Bill Forsyth classic Gregory' Girl (with some random tangents off onto other things too).

LINKS

RAECHEL - Twitter @tinynoggin - Website

STUART - Twitter @TokenNerd

NERDS - Facebook

GREGORY'S GIRL - IMDB - Twitter - @gregorysgirl_ (Fan Group) @gregorysgirldoc(Documentary Page)

Title Music - Storytelling Man by Ruth's Curtain

This episode is available on iTunes.

This episode was recorded on Monday 5th August 2019


EPISODE 2 - TREMORS

In which Stuart Mulrain and guest Jonathan Melville talk giant killer worms...

For episode two, Stuart is joined by Jonathan Melville (author of Seeking Perfection: The Unofficial Guide To Tremors) to talk about his love of the 1990 Ron Underwood film Tremors, his memories of watching it, what it means to him and the journey it led him on to write his book.

LINKS:

SEEKING PERFECTION - Twitter - @TremorsGuide - Facebook - Amazon

JONATHAN - Twitter @jon_melville - Website - Facebook

TREMORS - IMDB

RECOMMENDATIONS:

Michael Gross on Twitter - Tremors Fan Page

Title music - Storytelling Man by Ruth's Curtain

This episode is available on iTunes.

This episode was recorded on Tuesday 16th July 2019


EPISODE 1 - DEATH TO SMOOCHY

In which Stuart Mulrain and guest Steve Taylor Bryant talk giant pink rhino homicide...

For the first episode, Stuart is joined by Steve Taylor Bryant to talk about his love of the 2002 Danny DeVito film Death To Smoochy, his memories of watching it, what it means to him and the effect it had on him.

LINKS:

STEVE - Twitter @STBwrites - The Dreamcage - AlbieMedia

DEATH TO SMOOCHY - IMDB

Title music - Storytelling Man by Ruth's Curtain

This episode is available on iTunes.

This episode was recorded on Tuesday 2nd July 2019