Bazura is back, and it’s on a mission from God.
Unnecessary sequels, online Batman villains, crappy directors and the greatest movie team-up since the last two.
In a new Bazura Guide To Cinephelia, we have our own meet-cute with the codes and conventions of the romantic comedy. Watch this segment and you’ll either fall in love or learn how to make a romcom before dying alone.
Jack Sargeant is an expert in underground cinema. Lee and Shannon are experts in not knowing about underground cinema. Together, the three of them are a match made in underground heaven. Which is technically hell. This description is going terribly.
Is Shrek the Third worth your time and money? Shannon and Lee force their opinions upon anyone who can’t shut the browser window down fast enough.
Choose life. Choose The Bazura Project.
What’s in a name? 1979 Bette Midler vehicle The Rose, by any other name, would have made as much money. Or would it? The twists and turns and trends in movie titling is explored.
Trainspotting director Danny Boyle talks to us about the films he made, the films he almost made, and the film he might make.
Is Bridge To Terabithia just another Harry Potter/Narnia knockoff? Or is it just another Day of the Dead/I Spit On Your Grave knockoff? Or is it none of those things? Lee and Shannon discuss it, and introduce a new weekly sub-segment.
Michael Moore creates more controversy, Greg Kinnear invents the windscreen wiper, an Australian film with a lot of promise gets a brilliant mentor, Rachel Weisz finally escapes the Mummy, and an obituary for a great interviewer.
When it comes to getting fan mail and viewer questions, we’re literally inundated with nothing, but only figuratively. Nevertheless, Shannon attempts to answer questions that viewers might ask had they written in.