We've got info on Christmas film screenings around Dublin, a look back on the big titles from November focusing on The Hunger Games: Catching Fire and Blue is the Warmest Colour and a preview of some of December's releases. Also a chance to win a mug just for sending us your 2013 top five!
The penultimate Spooool.ie podcast sees us looking back at November’s most notable releases including Blue is the Warmest Colour, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, Parkland, The Butler, Drinking Buddies, The Counsellor and The Broken Circle Breakdown. We’ve also got info on the Christmas film screenings in and around Dublin this December (Jimmy Stewart gets a look in) and preview a few of the regular releases coming our way over the next few weeks. We’ve also got…
- Music from Lykke Li and The National (kinda)
- Toy Show 2013 references – we only recorded it this morning. How topical we are.
- Hunger Games Peeta jokes
- Some terrific insight on Magneto’s assassination of JFK
- Reminiscing about not going to the Oasis nightclub in Carrickmacross at the turn of the millennium
- A shout-out for Eoin Duffy’s Missing Scarf short which has been longlisted for an Oscar for Best Animation Short. Read our interview with him from last summer here.
May we also recommend our brand new feature “Best & Worst” as the perfect reading partner for this podcast? It runs through all the films we saw in the month and ranks them. It also has a nice accompanying image. Click here to view it.
And finally we’ll be publishing a special end of year podcast in the middle of December where we’ll be looking back at the year’s big titles. We want your top five films from 2013 and all submissions will be entered into a draw for a Spooool.ie mug! Email firstname.lastname@example.org or use the form below.
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.