Clayton brings in biccies, we're feeling spoilt with all this baking. Not only are we spoilt with baking, but also films, as Clayton brings in The Fantastic Films of Ray Harryhausen Collection Twowhich has not one, not two but three films for you to enjoy all from the comfort of your home.
Thelma is the steamy, sexy and spooky (Maria's words) thriller about a lonely woman who discovers her supernatural powers. Now, if that's not enough, Dr. Maria Walls is a big fan too. Involving education, libraries, powerful seizures and a dangerous attraction, surely that's a recipe for a blockbuster hit, right Dr. Maria?
Dr. Maria kicks off 2019 with a bang. Her first selection is one that received 100% on Rotten Tomatoes, so it has to be good, right?Summer 1993, the film worthy of such high appraisals, follows the story of a six-year-old fresh who is fresh to the country side, living with her new legal guardians. Safe to say, Maria's pretty impressed.
Clayton brings in biccies with his review! Talking Wellington Paranormal whilst eating ginger Christmas biscuits, cute. With season two fast approaching, Mike and Clayton recall some of the classic moments from season one.
Dr. Maria Walls joins Mikey for a coffee in studio to talk The Other Side of Hope. Director Aki Kaurismäki's new comedy is a crowdpleaser about the friendship between a newcomer to Helsinki and a budding restaurateur. Aww. Rob reckons Maria's a fan, he can tell by her hand gestures.
Dr. Maria Walls returns after her psychedelic trance into Mandy, Nicolas Cage's latest endeavour. Where horror melts with heavy metal, scored by Johann Johannsson, the film narrates a trip that takes a turn for the worst after the Red Miller's partner gets kidnapped by cultists. If this thriller is spooky enough for Maria, then it's spooky enough for us, right?
Dr. Maria Walls reviews The Gospel According to André, working closely with Anna Wintour, this documentary tells the tale from the segregated American South to the fashion capitals of the world. And hey, Mike knows a thing or two about fashion as well.
Clayton's up this week and not only is he bringing rave reviews of One Strange Rock, National Geographic's documentary series hosted by Will Smith, but he also brings freshly made ~banoffee pie~. And honestly, we couldn't be happier about both of these things.
Dr. Maria Walls dials in to talk about My Friend Dahmer, the story that tells the of a serial killer. Very spooky stuff. Mike and Maria reckon this one is for a more serious viewing, for the more serious type.
Dr. Maria Walls is talking The Breaker Uppers for it's second review here on 95bFM. But upon reflection, what does the Doctor truely think? What can we recommend? Mikey questions Maria, but thankfully she's got her references handy. Tune in to find out.