- American Horror Story (A TV Show!)
- Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy
- Red Tails
- In Time
- The Darkest Hour
In this episode of Spiffing Review, Simon and Wayne are joined by Nigel Clegg, director of Arms Race, to look at a couple of really bad films – Battle for Los Angeles (not Battle: Los Angeles) and Birdemic.
The Latest Episode of Spiffing Review has arrived!
This week looking at the dizzying world of Fan Films, particularly looking at Born of Hope – inspired by The Lord of The Rings.
You’ll be glad to hear that the “Trailer Park” has survived into the new format with trailers reviewed for
Plus a new segment, Movie Watch
Remember, we welcome your feedback, any comments or suggestions for the Trailer Park can be emailed to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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To see some examples of fan films, why not visit:
Seems like a long time since last posting something useful here. What’s been keeping us busy is doing a lot of things with It’s A Trap!
Instead of repeating them all here you why not pop over to the revamped It’s A Trap Website
Thanks to another spike in viewing figures (nearly 1,000 yesterday alone) we’re up to 5,400 views of Arms Race on YouTube.
This really is going much better than expected and the comments we’re receiving are all very encouraging.
So, if you haven’t seen it why not take a look . . .
Arms Race is currently 3 views away from reaching 4,000 views on YouTube so whilst waiting I thought I’d put together the various download figures for some of the interent projects I’m involved in, these figures are all up to 30th November 2010.
The Spiffing Review Podcast which I do with Simon Jones has had over 6,000 downloads, which is not bad considering it’s just me and Simon waffling about films we’ve seen.
Still, we must be doing something right if people and listening to and watching what we’re doing!
As part of the quiz night for the premiere of Arms Race we had a guess the movie round. Here it is reproduced for you to have a crack at . . .
Hurrah! We’ve now reached 20,000 downloads of Squadron Leader Jack Steel & The Starblade from our website & podcast host – this doesn’t count the when it was broadcast / podcast by the Sonic Society across Canada & the USA!
We’re really please it’s proved so popular, and certainly getting all these downloads makes it all worthwhile.
Thanks for your continued support and check back soon for news about our new podcast series coming next year!
(Reposted from the Arms Race website)
At last, Arms Race is now available in glorious high definition! You have a couple of options…
Or simply click play below…