The Bazura Project 3.02 – Reviews

The Coen Brothers create a film called Burn After Reading. Focus groups create a film called Max Payne. Questionable 1960s judgment creates this week’s Show and Found.

The Bazura Project 3.02 – Outro

Pamit!

The Bazura Project 3.03 – Opening

Unspeakable horrors from outer space paralyse the living and resurrect the dead!

The Bazura Project 3.03 – News

Steven Soderbergh looks to the porn industry, new Star Trek stills are closely monitored, Brad Pitt becomes a god, and a good concept threatens to run itself into the ground.

The Bazura Project 3.03 – Feature Story

Everything you never knew you didn’t need to know about movie credits is finally explained.

The Bazura Project 3.03 – Interview

Cinematographer David Eggby (Mad Max) has a drink with Bazura and tells tales of Predators.

The Bazura Project 3.03 – Reviews

Shannon and Lee revisit Brideshead Revisited, except it’s the first time they’ve seen this version, so really they’re just visiting it, unless you consider the fact that it’s a new one, in which case the original statement still fits. Also, a bygone pop culture icon stars in this week’s Show and Found.

The Bazura Project 3.03 – Outro

Vale!

The Bazura Project 3.04 – Opening

The Bazura Project lived by the jungle law of television!

The Bazura Project 3.04 – News

Steven Soderbergh tests the limits of his most devoted fan, Guy Pearce is set to star in a new film called Animal Kingdom, the author of Fight Club gets adaptated again, and Shannon delivers a Fantasy News Story.

The Bazura Project 3.04 – Feature Story

Lee’s Guide To Film Movements looks at the French New Wave movement, and gets all the cultural stereotype jokes out of the way in the first five seconds.

The Bazura Project 3.04 – Interview

The Bazura Project chats with Not Quite Hollywood director Mark Hartley about how audiences have reacted to his film, which luminaries refused to be in it, and headline-grabbing statements made by Quentin Tarantino.

The Bazura Project 3.04 – Reviews

Chuck Palahniuk’s novel Fight Club was turned into a truly great movie. Can his second adaptation – Choke – match those great heights? And how was this week’s Show and Found snatched from the headlines?

The Bazura Project 3.04 – Outro

Au Revoir!

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