Posts Tagged ‘Film Corps’

What scenario exactly has lead Black Widow to strike that pose?

What scenario exactly has lead Black Widow to strike that pose?

Here it is, hot as it gets, straight from the country’s very first screening of Captain America: The Winter Soldier is the FILM CORPS review of Marvel’s ninth, latest movie. First segment is a non-spoiler review, before we issue a warning and delve deep into spoiler territory. So come back in a week when the movie’s on general release and listen to the second part. Or just spoil it and tell or your friends what happened. Either way, I hope we’ve helped you in your goals.

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Deadly Ground logo bw

Deadly Ground* is a short film noir thriller, set in modern day Scotland.

Rick (Jamie Forrest) and Eve (Jamie Melrose) are a young couple of thieves, skilled at stealing money from white collar criminals and living on the run. They’re hired by Mack (David West); an underground journalist to steal incriminating documents from a slimy businessman; Sinclair (Mark Wood). In doing so, they attract the attention of the mysterious Murnau (Nick Cheales).


Clearly hammered

Clearly hammered

In the words of AC/DC, “if you want FILM CORPS, you got it”. Back by popular demand, and frankly I’m surprised there’s been any demand for more of me bellowing nonsense into a microphone about movies, FILM CORPS is back. For the aforementioned reason I can therefore only assume that Scott Forrest’s frankly overpowering charisma has worked it magic and people are baying for more of his cinematic knowledge like the sick greedy pigs I know you all to be.


Agents of SHIELD

You wanted it, and luckily by coincidence its necessary as the previous episode was part one of this episode, so here it is, the frankly much-longer-than-anticipated and mammoth second and concluding part of The Golden Age of Television. 

The Film Corps, RJ Bayley and Scott Forrest take you onto the shooting range of media mentorship, picking up where we left off with the Green Arrow show Arrow and look at

  • How the current state of television utilizes different formats of delivery made possible through advancing technology
  • The possibly groundbreaking artistic integrity of Breaking Bad
  • The real reason why ‘split-seasons exist’
  • A new plebgate instigated by Scott
  • Conspiracy theories revolving around (Leslie) Nielson ratings
  • The homogenization of media intake
  • The meaning of the word ‘Megadeath‘ and why Dave Mustaine chose a mispelling of that word as his band name
  • RJ Bayley accusing Scott of deliberately contracting cancer
  • The tradition of Christmas TV scheduling being eroded by VOD
  • Anthony Hopkins milking himself
  • and allegedly K-Pax allegedly falling over onto an alleged mirror covered in rows of alleged talcum powder while allegedly mistaking a rolled up note of currency which he allegedly accidentally put up his nose as he fell onto said alleged talcum powder with RJ Bayley’s alleged friend.

And with that menu, what do you have to resist? Tune into the concluding episode of The Golden Age of Television.



Now that the dust has settled we can separate the facts from the rumours a little better now and accompany them with some fine ale and whisky.

In our second show the Film Corps show we’re not ones to play by the rules by throwing a guest voice in as early as this second episode.

Us, being Scott Forrest, RJ Bayley and guest Niall Heseltine, chat about what the news from SDCC is and could mean for the future of our beloved franchises.

Join us as we look at construction of the DC Cinematic Universe, the future of X-Men, Scott’s Controversial views on Orczi and Kurtzman, and Karen Gillan‘s hair.

There’s even RJ Bayley’s first ever committed-to-recording burp.