If you want some intrigue, good acting, or maybe even just to brush up on your history with an undeniably compelling series, The Crown might just suit you
Jared Harris talks playing King George VI, scratching royal backsides, playing dead, and Netflix's new drama series The Crown.
D.A. Pennebaker's iconic Bob Dylan documentary Don't Look Back finally gets the Criterion treatment it so richly deserves.
This week on Loose Cannons, Mathew and Justin watch 1972's The Love Pill!
In this week's very special episode, the Loose Cannons watch the 1975 horror movie Psychic Killer.
We talk The Transporter Refueled with Game of Thrones and Deadpool actor Ed Skrein.
This week's Cannon film is 1972's Au Pair Girls, a British sex comedy from Hammer director Val Guest and starring a cavalcade of UK television actors.
This week the Loose Cannons and special guest Jay Clarke from thehorrorsection.com watch the 1971's I, Monster, starring the late great Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing.
Having never been to London, what I know of it comes from television and film: fish and chips, strawberries and cream; a love for tennis and football. They have funny accents and use weird words like 'bobby' instead of 'policeman', 'boot' for 'trunk', and 'shag' for 'sex'. And now, after watching Attack the Block, I know not to fuck with their inner city youth - especially if you're from another planet.