Episode 2.04

After skipping school and taking a day off, we look at the film movement that is German Expressionism, hear what Geoffrey Wright really thinks of film critics, then look at cinema’s newest instant classics, Nancy Drew and Transformers.

First aired on 28 June 2007

The Bazura Project 2.04 – Opening

One show’s struggle to take it easy.

The Bazura Project 2.04 – News

Sicko is released on the net, James Bond gets a director, aliens invade the wild west, and Nick Fury meets Iron Man.

The Bazura Project 2.04 – Feature Story

In the first of a new series on film movements, Lee looks at German Expressionism, and restricts himself to only three war jokes.

The Bazura Project 2.04 – Interview

In the second part of our Geoffrey Wright interview, Wright discusses why critics hated his take on Macbeth, and explains exactly what he thinks of David Stratton and Jim Schembri.

The Bazura Project 2.04 – Reviews

Is Nancy Drew a mystery worth solving? Is Michael Bay’s Transformers something you should twist yourself into knots to see? What is the strange Korean film Lee is surprising Shannon with? What’s with Shannon’s pauses?

The Bazura Project 2.04 – Outro

Auf Wiedersehen!

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