Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior (Extended)

Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior allowed director George Miller to take the concepts and character from the 1979 original and really put the boot in. That meant a bigger myth, bigger stunts, bigger men, more butts cut out of leather trousers. And the result was a lot of the iconic imagery we know of the character even today. Forty years on it still holds up and it’s influence has been felt across multiple other media properties. MAD MAX. Mad Max. Thanks for watching our Caravan Of Garbage review.

522: Monkey Man Movie Review

Welcome everybody to an early podcast with James and Maso. Thanks for listening! Nick Mason Live Do Go On Show on April 14th! Tickets here: https://www.trybooking.com/events/landing/1159555? 00:00 The Start 03:31 RIP Chance Perdomo 04:46 Fantastic 4 Silver Surfer Casting 13:54 New Disney Film Release Dates 15:15 Indiana Jones’ Big Loss 16:55 Bob Iger’s Big Win (more…)

Mad Max (Extended)

Before there was Max Fury Road there was two other Mad Max movies and then the original Mad Max movie from 1979. The directorial debut of George Miller and the first feature film from Melvin Gibson it gave the Australian film industry the kick in the arse it needed with it’s influence the world over still being felt today. Crazy stunts, insane (or mad) performances and more Victorian Country Roads than you can possible imagine there’s a reason it’s legacy still endures. Thanks for watching.

55: Motherhood, Midwifery & Witchcraft with Clementine Ford (Part Two)

This is Part Two of my conversation with writer, feminist thinker and broadcaster Clementine Ford. Clementine Ford is a Melbourne based writer, speaker and feminist thinker. She is the author of four books, Fight Like A Girl, Boys will be Boys, How We Love and het latest book I Don’t the case against marriage. She (more…)

521: Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire

An early podcast with the new Godzilla & King Kong movie. Just two dudes being bros. Thanks for listening. 00:00 The Start 05:43 Star Trek 4 Happening? 08:00 New Ghostbusters Series 15:53 Pirates of the Caribbean Reboot 20:36 MCU’s Thunderbolts Title Change 24:28 Fantastic 4 Movie Alternate Universe? 25:19 Spider-Man 4 Movie Director & Premise (more…)

King Kong 1933 (Extended)

We’re going back to where it all began, the original King Kong movie from 1933. It’s influence is still felt to this very day with it’s unique story, amazing use of stop motion coupled with rear projection and a symphonic score to accompany the iconic imagery. It’s easy to see why it became an instant classic and remains relevant in the year 2024. Thanks for watching.

54: Ten Harsh Realities of Indiana Jones

Welcome everybody to another episode of The Weekly Planet clickbait bonus show. Thanks for listening and remember, no snitches.

00:00 The Start

01:04 The Correct Rocky Movie Viewing Order

07:08 The Batman Sequel Update

11:53 Ten Harsh Realities of Indiana Jones

26:44 Ten Ways Something Aged Poorly

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520: Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire

Early podcast! Mad ghost? Thanks so much for the support. 00:00 The Start 02:30 Disney Big Business Drama 06:24 Late Night with The Devil AI Controversy 10:24 Future of AI in Hollywood Meeting 15:21 Teen Titan’s Live Action Movie 16:41 New James Bond is Aaron Taylor-Johnson? 21:10 Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga Trailer 23:17 The (more…)

Godzilla 1954 (Extended)

It seems unlikely that the creators behind the 1954 original Japanese Godzilla movie could anticipated it not only remaining culturally relevant at least 70 years but also would eventually feature Godzilla and King King (sans metal gauntlet) traveling into the hollow earth to fight a race of giant orang utans or whatever happens in Godzilla V Kong. And yet here we are. Anyways, lets all take a look at where it all started. Thanks for watching our Caravan Of Garbage review

54: Inside a Mother & Baby Unit with Sabrina Kennedy

TONTS. On The Road. This episode is part of series of episodes that were recorded on the road as part of my tour of the UK and Ireland last year. In this first on the road episode I talk to the incredibly kind Sabrina Kennedy Charge nurse at the Bristol New Horizon Mother and Baby (more…)

519: Best & Worst Legacy Sequels

Early podcast! We’ve got all the classics including delays (but don’t dismays), Star Wars news, MCU rumours and a big topic. Thanks for listening. Two Drunk Aunties with James (two episodes): https://www.youtube.com/@YourTwoDrunkAunties/videos 00:00 The Start 03:38 The Batman 2 Delayed 08:51 Venom: The Last Dance Moves Up 09:45 X-Men ’97 Head Writer Fired 12:55 The (more…)

The REAL Ghostbusters (Extended)

After the success of Ghostbusters 1984 but before the mediocrity of Ghostbusters 2 there was The REAL Ghostbusters, an animated childrens show that aimed to keep the series alive. And also sell toys to children. The story behind it’s creation is fascinating unlike the show itself which is not great. Thanks for watching our Caravan Of Garbage review.

518: Should Batman Kill & The Oscars 2024

It’s a big news week ranging from sad with the loss of Akira Toriyama and Bradley Cooper not winning an Oscar to fascinating look into Zack Snyder’s insight into the Batman no killing rule.  Plus we get into some cameo information regarding Deadpool & Wolverine, the live action Avatar: The Last Airbender remake gets a (more…)

53: Still birth & Art as Healing with Larissa Reinboth

Larissa is a freelance illustrator with many strings to her bow. In 2021 she decided to couple her creative powers with her entrepreneurial mindset and founded the bereavement care charity Possum Portraits. This charity provides bereaved Australian parents with keepsake portrait drawings of babies lost to miscarriage, stillbirth or neonatal death free of charge.

You can find more from Larissa at https://www.larissa-reinboth.com and find more about her incredible work with Possum Portraits at https://www.possumportraits.org

The Legend Of Zorro (Extended)

In 2005 we finally were treated to a follow up to The Mask Of Zorro with The Legend Of Zorro. Antonio Banderas is back as Alejandro de la Vega along with Catherine Zeta Jones this time going up against Rufus Sewell. Whilst not reaching the heights either critically or financially of the 1998 original it’s still got a bunch of great Zorroing in it and that’s fun. Thanks for watching our Caravan Of Garbage review.

52: Bluey with Mary Bolling

In a very special episode of TONTS. I deep dive into the wonderful world of Bluey podcast with Bluey expert and podcast host Mary Bolling. Mary is a journalist, mum and kids culture enthusiast, and one half of the Gotta Be Done podcast, deep-diving Australian juggernaut Bluey (and parenting, pop culture and everything else!) since 2019. In typical TONTS. and Bluey fashion we talk about the themes in Bluey that so closely match our own experiences. Two mums deep diving into the highs and lows of parenting, grief, loss, miscarriage, the power of story and the vital role of play and silliness. What a joy!

You can find more from Mary Bolling on instagram at https://www.instagram.com/marytbolling/ and listen to her podcast Gotta Be Done here https://www.blueypod.com

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517: Dune: Part Two. It’s Dune Time.

It’s Dune o’clock time again already? Early podcast everyone. Thanks for listening. 00:00 The Start 02:06 New Superman Movie Changes 12:11 The Crow Reboot First Look 17:22 Tron: Ares First Look 21:04 Neuromancer Apple+ Series 23:55 The Willy Wonka Experience 28:06 The Watchers Trailer 30:08 Horizon Saga Trailer 35:09 Dune: Part Two Review (spoilers 54:40 (more…)

The Mask of Zorro (Extended)

Here at Caravan Of Garbage industries there is one hard and fast rule. Zorro is the best. And arguably the pinnacle of Zorro (of which there are many) in the 1998 action adventure romance triumph The Mask Of Zorro starring Antonio Banderas, Anthony Hopkins and Catherine Zeta-Jones directed by Martin Campbell. Great movie. Good Zorro-ing.

51: Queer Joy, Motherhood & Creativity with Tess Lehman

Tess Lehman is a photographer, creative, proudly queer and a mother of 3 living in Newcastle, Australia. Her story is honest and raw and an example of what happens when we have the courage to really live a creative life and find ourselves with vulnerability, humour and joy. In this episode we talk about Tess’ coming out story and why it took her to midlife to acknowledge she is queer, what it was like to completely change her life, single parenting, motherhood and identity and also her ADHD diagnosis. We also deep dive into her love of boiler suits. Of which I definitely share. Who doesn’t love a onesie with pockets?

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516: Avatar: The Last Airbender

Early podcast! James & Maso REACT to the latest news, trailers and Netflix’s new remake of Avatar: The Last Airbender. Your Two Drunk Aunties Podcast: https://shows.acast.com/your-two-drunk-aunties 00:00 The Start 04:38 Sony Reacts to Madame Web Failures 10:23 Dune Part Two Early Reactions 11:54 Joker 2: Folie à Deux’s Big Budget 14:21 Salem’s Lot Hidden Movie (more…)

(Avatar) The Last Airbender (Extended)

In 2010 Hollywood attempted the impossible, a direct live action adaptation of Avatar: The Last Airbender. Turns out. It was impossible. With many considering this to be M. Night Shyamalan’s worst directorial effort by a long way putting a stop to any potential sequel or new live action adaptation until recently. Thanks for watching our (more…)

50: Good Mourning with Sally Douglas & Imogen Carn

Sally Douglas and Imogen Carn met after the sudden deaths of their mothers only months apart. Their experiences led them to launch a podcast, and their no-holds-barred, relatable approach to talking about grief sparked a growing following of people eager to have honest conversations about what it really feels like to deal with loss. Good (more…)

515: Madame Web & The Fantastic Four Casting

Madame Webruary has come early. Thanks for listening everyone. 00:00 The Start 02:39 Deadpool & Wolverine Break Records 04:04 MCU Thunderbolts Moves & Sora AI 07:20 The Fantastic Four vs Superman: Legacy Release 10:00 The Fantastic Four Casting Confirmed 19:43 Midnight Sons Movie Rumours 22:11 Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire Trailer 25:15 Invincible S2 (more…)

Spider Man: No Way Home (Extended)

Despite numerous stumbling blocks leading up to the release of No Way Home including a temporary ending to the MCU/Disney and Sony deal, Covid protocols and the uncertainty that both Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield would be willing to return. But it all worked out in the end with a pretty crowdpleasing experience at the time and a box office to the tune of 1.9 billion dollars. Thanks for watching our Caravan Of Garbage review.

514: Superbowl 2024 Trailers! Deadpool & Wolverine!

Huge news everybody! It’s Super Bowl LVIII and with that comes a slew of trailers and TV spots including Deadpool & Wolverine, Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes, Twisters, Wicked and more. Before that though we get to the news of the week including a new Jurassic World/Park movie that is rushing into production, a surprise Moana 2 announcement, Disney slowing things down for the MCU, Coyote VS ACME being shelved (again) and a whole lot more. Thanks for listening.

Spider Man: Far From Home (Extended)

Spider-Man is back and this time it’s personal/Europe! Hot of the death of Tony Stark/Iron Man our hero Peter Parker is off on an overseas adventure before running afoul of fake Nick Fury and the Elementals. Luckily he has the help of a magical green smoke spewing hero in the form of Mysterio, a being from a parallel dimension who’s only out to do good. According to the trailers at least which is great news for Spider-Man because he doesn’t have many mates in Europe. Thanks for watching our Caravan Of Garbage review.

513: Argylle (from the Twisted Mind of Matthew Vaughn)

An early podcast talking about the legendary Carl Weathers, a new Supergirl, the latest from SPUMM, Suicide Squad game reactions, new trailers and a great movie. Thanks for listening! 00:00 The Start 02:38 Carl Weathers RIP 07:56 28 Days Later Movie 10:52 New Supergirl Cast 14:48 Suicide Squad Game Reactions (story spoilers) 20:54 Ghostbusters: Frozen (more…)

Spider-Man: Homecoming (Extended)

After the cinematic lows of The Amazing Spider-Man series it was time for another Spider-Man reboot, this time by folding him into the MCU. After his first appearance as Peter Park in Captain America: Civil War, Tom Holland got his own (sort of) movie dealing with the trials and tribulations of being a high school superhero. Going up against Michael Keaton’s Vulture and his terrible surrogate dad in Tony Stark/Iron Man the film did a great job at youthifying the franchise and taking the character in a new direction. Which some people like and some people don’t. Thanks for watching our Caravan Of Garbage review.

511: Aquaman 2 and The Best/Worst of 2023 Awards

Hello and welcome to the longest early podcast we might ever see. Thanks for listening The Loremen podcast with Nick Mason: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E0eGh5SupkU 00:00 The Start 05:59 The MCU’s Next Big Villain 11:10 Adam Driver Done with Star Wars 13:06 Book of Boba Fett Season Two 15:16 James Gunn on New Superman Suit 18:22 Aquaman and (more…)

510: Rebel Moon: Part One – A Child of Fire

Merry early podcast everyone. Hope you have a good and fun time over the holidays. Thanks for listening. 00:00 The Start 02:52 Marvel Fire Jonathan Majors 08:14 We Love Big Brands Merging 14:40 Huge Insomniac/Wolverine Leak (no spoilers) 19:00 Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom Early Reactions (are bad) 21:30 Rebel Moon Spoiler Review (main spoilers (more…)

Zack Snyder’s Justice League (Extended)

After covering Man Of Steel, Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice and Justice League 2017 we’re finally returning to the movie that launched a million hashtags, Zack Snyder’s definitive version of Justice League. Released in 2021 in order to fill out HBO Max’s streaming during the pandemic it sees a number of improvements including a more fleshed out story for Ray Fisher’s Cyborg, a black suited Superman, an improved Steppenwolf design and a whole lot more. Thanks for watching our Caravan Of Garbage review.

Pop Culture in 1968 – James & Maso’s Time Crapsule

Welcome to another episode of James & Maso’s Time Crapsule! 00:00 The Start 00:40 Movies 07:31 TV Shows 12:28 Events 17:16 Music 27:54 Books & Comics 30:22 Toys & Games 33:50 Births & Deaths 36:32 Ranking the Year Do you care to suggest a year? Feel free to email over at [email protected]. Hot stuff. Sorry (more…)

509: Wonka!

Thank you everyone and merry early podcast. Vote in The Weekly Planet Awards 2023! Awards survey here: https://forms.gle/aXmbVC92mRg17JSaA 00:00 The Start 03:20 Andre Braugher RIP 05:39 Rebel Moon First Reactions 10:43 What’s Next for Aquaman? 13:50 James Gunn Hates Cameos 19:49 Dune 2 New Trailer 22:24 Beverley Hills Cop: Axel F Trailer 25:15 Trailers for (more…)