July 21, 2012 @
Waffle On About Bad Taste
On this episode Meds & Kell talk in a excited manner about Peter Jacksons first commercial film Bad Taste. Made over four years mainly during the weekends this is a fantastic example of Peter Jacksons love for film and getting the job done. Yes its quirky, cheap and seriosuly over the top but the Waffle On Lads love it.
At the end of the show there is a Batman Rises review which does contain some spoilers so stop the podcast after the Bad Taste credits theme after the promos.
Filed under comedy, broadcast, Satire, sci fi, homage, Aliens, Australian, horror, chef, New Zealand, Peter Jackson
March 18, 2012 @
Waffle On About James Bond.
A year or so ago Meds and regular guest host Peter Coleman did a show for the wonderful Treks in Sci Fi Podcast. Well we decided to re-edit it and put it up in our own feed for you to have a listen.
Meds and Peter talk in depth about every Bond film, offering facts and the odd sample along the way.
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Filed under Uncategorized, politics, British, BBC, ITV, Channel 4, broadcast, Satire, Interrorgation, crime, detective, homage, Gangster, Australian, Sean Connery, james bond, spy, roger moore
March 2, 2012 @
Mini Waffle On about Food TV Programmes.
Love them or hate them there is no ignoring them. Food programmes have been dominating the little screen for quite a few years and Kell has finally had enough and vents his annoyance right here on Waffle On while Meds stands up in the kitchen court and defends (at least) some of the programmes.
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Filed under Uncategorized, British, BBC, ITV, Channel 4, broadcast, Australian, chef, masterchef, food and drink
February 13, 2011 @
Waffle On About Chopper
On this episode Meds and Kell talk about the 2000 film Chopper which shot Eric Bana to international fame. Directed by Andrew Dominik who has recently directed the Brad Pitt film The Assastination of Jesse James this film charts the history of notorious Australian criminal Mark 'Chopper' Read.Its violent, its 'kind of' true and its got some great Aussie slang words. What more can you ask for.
We have a excellent comment from writer Stefan Sawynok
Filed under comedy, Channel 4, broadcast, Interrorgation, crime, detective, Gangster, Australian