Episode 2.02

After realising it’s shite being Scottish, we look at the strange way in which films acquire titles, speak to director Danny Boyle about choosing filmmaking over Catholicism, and check out kids film Bridge To Terabithia.

First aired on 14 June 2007

The Bazura Project 2.02 – Opening

Choose life. Choose The Bazura Project.

The Bazura Project 2.02 – News

New Pixar films, Indiana Jones casting, unnecessary sequels, and the prequel nobody needed.

The Bazura Project 2.02 – Feature Story

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.

The Bazura Project 2.02 – Interview

Trainspotting director Danny Boyle talks to us about the films he made, the films he almost made, and the film he might make.

The Bazura Project 2.02 – Reviews

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.

The Bazura Project 2.02 – Outro

Ha det!

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