The BanterFlix Film Review Podcast
Summary: BanterFlix is a Northern Irish based film review website, our weekly podcast hosted by film-critic Jim McClean discusses all manner of film-related nonsense. Each week Jim is joined by different members of the BanterFlix team as they review some of the latest releases and chat about some of the hottest movie news.
On this recording, Jim was joined by The Thin Air's Conor Smyth as they reviewed The Lion King and Jim Jarmusch's The Dead Don't Die. Jim also spoke with writer/director Anke Blondé about her film the best of Dorien B. which recently screened at both the Edinburgh International Film Festival and the Galway Film Fleadh.
On this podcast, Jim was joined by Joe Mc Elroy and Gabrielle Riddiough as they reviewed Annabelle Comes Home, Masters of Love and the cinematic classic that is Jaws. Jim also spoke with Chloe Chestnutt from Takeover about their screening of All About Eve at the Queen's Film Theatre on the 18th July and he also spoke with some of the cast and crew of Masters of Love.
On this recording Jim was joined by two of BanterFlix's regular contributors Darren Vincent and Caitlain Rafferty as they reviewed Spider-Man: Far From Home, Robert the Bruce and Midsommar. Jim also spoke with Angus Macfadyen about reprising his role as Robert the Bruce ahead of the film's world premiere at the Edinburgh Film Festival.
On this episode of our podcast, Jim was joined by BanterFlix's Jess Blair and our very own Peter Parker, Warren Blair as we chatted about Support the Girls, Child's Play 2019 and Toy Story 4. This podcast was recorded at the Odeon Belfast
On this episode, Jim was joined by the Sick Sense's Bill Taylor and BanterFlix's very own Leigh Forgie as they chatted about Men In Black: International and also some of the most recent movie news.
On this podcast, Jim was joined by BanterFlix's very own Darren Vincent and local cosplayer Gabrielle Riddiough as they chatted about Simon Kinberg's swansong for the X-Men's First Class era in X-Men: Dark Phoenix.
On this podcast, Jim was joined by BanterFlix's Deputy-Editor Joe Mc Elroy and The Gown's Victoria Brown as they chatted about Michael Dougherty's Godzilla: King of the Monsters.
On this podcast, Jim was joined by Therese Rea and Caitlain Rafferty as they reviewed Guy Ritchie's live-action remake of Aladdin and also chatted about the last ever episode of Game of Thrones.
On this episode Jim was joined by Colette Fahy and Darren Vincent as they chatted about John Wick: Chapter 3- Parabellum.
On this episode of the BanterFlix Podcast Jim was joined by BanterFlix's Geek Queen Jess Blair and Conor Smyth from the Thin Air as they chatted about Pokémon: Detective Pikachu, which is out in cinemas now!
On this bumper edition of the Podcast, Jim was joined by local filmmaker Brian Mulholland and BanterFlix's very own Geek Queen Jess Blair as we chatted about Avengers; Endgame in spoilerific detail! You can also hear some of Jim's interview with prosthetic makeup artist Jon Moore at the Odyssey Cinema.
To celebrate Free Comic Book Day 2019 we've reissued one of our old podcasts from a previous format! Back in 2013 Mat Collins, Richard Davis and Jim McClean chatted all things Superman related in the build-up to the release of Man of Steel.
On this episode, BanterFlix's Colette Fahy sat down with local cosplayer Joanne Alexander (Hedgescout) and Dr Giuliana Monteverde from Queen's University to chat about the character of Ellen Ripley (Sigourney Weaver). This Podcast was recorded to coincide with BanterFlix's Game Changing Women screening programme.
On this episode, Jim was joined by Leigh Forgie as they chatted about the new Hellboy film and Shazam, which are both out in cinemas now. We also shared our thoughts on the new trailer for Star Wars Episode IX: The Rise of Skywalker and Jim also caught up with director's Andy and Ryan Tohill to chat about their new film The Dig.
On this episode, recorded at the Odeon Belfast we shared our thoughts on the latest version of Stephen King's Pet Sematary and discussed our favourite cinematic adaptions of King's work. We also continued our countdown to this year's Belfast Film Festival and chatted about some of the recent movie-related news.