It's the film podcast God intended you to hear. In a "so chunky you can't carve it" festive season special The Parallax boys talk The Hobbit and Life of Pi, the best films of 2012 and then move onto something very...special.
It's time for a stuffed socking full of treats for cinephiles and film appreciators: The Parallax Podcast's
super-duper festive season special!
What's in the stocking? Good question. Thank you for asking. Hosts Luke Buckmaster
and Rich Haridy
open the show with a discussion of two of the biggest festive season releases: Peter Jackson's The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey
and Ang Lee's visually sumptuous adaptation of the best-selling novel Life of Pi
Then, Buckmaster and Haridy are joined by cult film guru and fellow critic Zak Hepburn
for a round table discussion about the best films of 2012.
After that, The Parallax Podcast
has (very possibly) a world first. Ever wondered what a taxi driver thinks about the cinema? Or whether they would consider starring in their own movie? Or whether a federal minister has ever...
boys present an answer, from the back seat of a cab, straight from the horse's mouth. If you don't believe them, listen to the first couple of minutes of the show for a teaser.
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