Rob Zombie takes us back to the glory days of 1970's drive-in trash this week. Gordy enthuses, Mitch gets philosophical and Cross is frank.
Mitch has selected this testosterone-fuelled British thriller starring Stanley Baker as a tough as nails truck driver pitting his nerve against Patrick McGoohan. It's new to both Gordy & Cross, and although it's a little too criminally overlooked to be regarded as a classic, it is in black & white so what will they make of it?
It's Wimbledon Men's Finals day so what better movie to discuss than Woody Allen's Match Point. Cross has selected this more dramatic turn from Allen - considered by many as a real return to form by the prolific film-maker, but what will Gordy & Mitch make of it?
Our first audience choice episode is this perennial favourite from writer/director Bruce Robinson. Unsurprisingly Gordy hadn't seen it before.
Hal Hartley's debut feature The Unbelievable Truth was at the forefront of the US Indie boom of the late 20th century. Mitch adores it, Cross can't quite remember if he's seen it and Gordy...?
Oliver Stone's Any Given Sunday, an epic take on the world of Gridiron Football is our pick this week. All the sports movie ingredients are here: aging coach Al Pacino, tough as nails team owner Cameron Diaz and new star quarterback Jamie Foxx. Will Gordy score a touchdown with this choice or will Mitch find it incomplete?
In our most fetch episode so far, Cross invites us to join Lindsay Lohan as she navigates the bewildering world of US High School in Mark Waters' Mean Girls.
Mitch takes us to the dark side of the City of Angels with William Friedkin's crime thriller To Live And Die in LA starring William Peterson and Willem Dafoe.
Gordy takes us on a roadtrip with dubious passenger Rutger Hauer in Robert Harmon's The Hitcher.
Cross takes us underground with Terry Jones's Labyrinth. Will Gordy & Mitch be dancing the magic dance or will their world fall down?
In a break from our planned schedule due to sickness, we bring you an early trial run discussion on Ben Stiller's The Cable Guy chosen by Cross.
Gordy, Cross & Mitch's thoughts on Francis Ford Coppola's Bram Stoker's Dracula.
Gordy gets in the ring to defend his assertion that Rocky IV is a champion movie, will Mitch & Cross be knocked out?
Cross takes us undercover in to the world of New York City police corruption with Sidney Lumet's Serpico. Mitch was already a fan, but will classic movie doubter Gordy be convinced?
Mitch picks Broken Lizard's Beerfest which is new to both Gordy & Cross. Will it be drinks all round or calling last orders?
A break from our usual schedule to coincide with the home entertainment format of your choice release of Star Wars: The Force Awakens. We've all seen it, and we've all got a great deal to say about it. Will it be most impressive, or blasted into who knows what?
Gordy presents Takashi Miike's Audition which Cross had seen years back but Mitch had deliberately avoided, until now.
Cross attempts to lift our spirits with Singin' In The Rain, will Gordy & Mitch be wearing a smile on their faces after this one?
Mitch brings Wake In Fright to the table, which Cross had seen but was new to Gordy.
Gordy selects Kindergarten Cop which was new to Mitch, and Cross needed to re-watch.
This week Cross picks Alfred Hitchcock's The 39 Steps, which neither Gordy or Mitch had seen before.