Spool Film Podcast

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Summary

It’s a slightly earlier but also extended podcast for February as we discuss the very Read more

Show Notes

It’s a slightly earlier but also extended podcast for February as we discuss the very important issue of the 2013 Academy Awards. Does Helen Hunt’s forehead deserve a price? What about “Poor Ben Affleck”? Maybe sad Bobby De Niro? Listen in and you’ll also get some top-notch Oscar trivia about Warren Beatty.

We also look back on February’s best films (Free Chile! Keanu!) and the worst (John McClane and Judd Apatow should take cover) and suss out what’s going to make an impact in March (it may well feature THE ROCK).

You can find reviews for all the films we discussed here or with the search bar in the right-hand column. Let us know your own Oscar predictions in the comments below or on twitter/facebook and don’t forget to check Spooool.ie later in the week for our 2nd annual Spooools where we’ll be rewarding such illustrious prizes as “Best Facial Hair” and “Best Song and/or Dance number.”

And I know we said it last month, but we will be adding proper iTunes listings and traditional podcast feed options as soon as possible. For now, hopefully the option to stream and download with soundcloud is adequate.

Seth MacFarlane hosts the 84th Oscars this Sunday night. Red Carpet coverage starts at 11.30pm, while the ceremony starts at 1.30am and is exclusive to Sky Movies HD.

Seth MacFarlane hosts the 84th Oscars this Sunday night. Red Carpet coverage starts at 11.30pm, while the ceremony starts at 1.30am and is exclusive to Sky Movies HD.

The post Spooool.ie Podcast #3 – Discussing the 2013 Oscars and recalling February’s Best and Worst releases. appeared first on Spooool.ie.

What is Spool Film Podcast?

The place for Irish cinema-obsessives Páraic McGeough and Nigel Wheatley to discuss the best and worst films that they've seen in cinemas and on the telly. We've been on the go since 2012. Say hello @spool on Twitter.