Looking for the worlds most stylish cinematography? This film's got it. Looking for a leading man who is an absolute dreamboat but theoretically could be replaced by any other dreamboat actor with no detriment to the final film? This film's got it. Looking for a 00's version of Taxi Driver because the original version is old and you HATE old things? This film has got your back. That's right, get your seatbelts on and prepare for a stylish, dreamboat driven ride through the criminal underworld of Los Angeles as this week the Wreckfast Club presents: Drive
Our newest episode don't wan't none unless you got buns, hun! That's right, this week we're travelling deep into the Amazon rainforest with a National Geographic team led by none other than Jennifer Lopez. Don't be fooled by the rocks that she's got - she's a real, legit director. It's the 90's creature feature that starred Danny Trejo, J-Lo, Ice Cube, Owen Wilson (wow!) and Jon Voight doing a creepy Bilbo face. Grab your explorers hats, cover yourself in monkey blood and don't piss in the river unless you want willy fish because this week, the Wreckfast Club presents: Anaconda
Recess is in session, two and two makes five so raise your goblet of rock and get ready to salute the greatest story ever told! As if having Jack Black as the lead character isn't enough, it's got a man recklessly endangering children, it features a cuckold couple (which was pretty radical for the early noughties) and it's got the greatest soundtrack of any film ever. This week, the Wreckfast Club is proud to present: School of Rock!
It's the hyper-aggressive kids film that definitely isn't for kids! This week, Mossy and Dave drunkenly discuss the films questionable PG rating, that extremely disturbing Gwendy dolls scene and the possible insurance scams that main character Alan and delivery driver Joe are running. We are the Commando Elite! Everything else, is just a toy... as this week, the Wreckfast Club presents: Small Soldiers
In the far flung dystopian future of 2019, the military are in control and the people are kept passive with constant, violent game shows broadcast constantly. It's like a metaphor for how television makes us easier to control or something. The most violent of these game show's and also the most popular is 'the Running Man', a show where one man runs and then some other men run but that first man is running away and those other men are running towards but the big twist is that the first man is also running towards... certain death! Only one guy has what it takes to be both the runningest and the manliest running man, and that guy is Arnold Schwarzenegger. Welcome to television's deadliest game show, as this week, the Wreckfast Club presents: 'The Running Man'
Here is the quite incredible John Parr video for Restless Heart: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F_DYyr6dROA
#Releasethebuttholecut. Hey there Wreckfasteers, has it really been a week already? I guess it's true what they say, time flies when you're watching cynical, money grabbing attempts to cash in on nostalgia, sentiment and good will by packing as many celebrities as you can into a thinly veiled attempt at furry porn. And that is a direct quote from the poster for this week's movie! We got drunk and angry as Mossy tried to explain to me some bullshit about jellicle cats, I didn't understand it though because I was too distracted by Rebel Wilson scratching her lady bits, James Corden doing what he does best (nothing) and the fact that Idris Elba was ever persuaded to play any part in this travesty. Also, we finally got to vent a deep seated frustration towards one member of Take That who also happens to be the third worst human in the world. It's all going on as this week, the Wreckfast Club presents; Cats!
"Burdee burr blah blurr meh murr huh." That's some actual dialogue taken directly from this weeks film. Long before Tom Hardy did it, Jeff Bridges was making it a thing to be completely unintelligible in any scene he appeared in. You're going to need a revolver, a duster and a crazy, crazy accent for this week's episode where Dave takes Mossy on a drunken tour of the Wild West in a Coen brothers masterpiece. This week, the Wreckfast Club presents; True Grit!
Cue the sleazy, porno sax, set up your foreshadowing meter and grant yourself diplomatic immunity as this week Dave and Mossy drunkenly tell you everything you need to know about Lethal Weapons, and we don't just mean Mel Gibson, ahahahahaha. There's toilet bombs, there's stilt houses and there's a distinct lack of understanding of the actual freedoms diplomatic immunity grants a person. This week, we had a hell of a lot of fun recounting the plot of one of the buddiest buddy cop movies of all time as the Wreckfast Club presents: Lethal Weapon 2. #BringBackBuddyCopMovies
In this weeks story, the bad guys are after Unobtanium, and as you can probably tell from the name, it's unobtainable. So it's a short story. See you next week!
Only kidding! It's the bloody ridiculous and vaguely boring tale of alien life on another planet and how humans come along and ruin that alien life. It's made by the guy who made Titanic and it's just as bad a film but with a somehow worse song. There's blue aliens, there's a mystical tree, it's got Pheobe's brother from friends in it. Things get real angry as this week, the Wreckfast Club presents: Avatar.
Swashbuckling abounds in this weeks drunken look at one of the finest Disney made, pirate based movie franchises to star Johnny Depp. It's a rum swigging, sword fighting, Keira Knightley swooning romp through a tale of curses, betrayals and pirates in this week's (frankly excellent) episode as the Wreckfast Club presents - Pirates of the Caribbean : The curse of the black pearl