Films from the Granny
Featuring movie reviews, trivia games and appearances from everyone's favourite Granny.
9/1/2014 | Download File (38.64 MB) - right click to download
Granny returns with two new films and exciting bonus segment. In this episode Granny reviews the documentary Lunarcy, all about people who are obsessed with the Moon, she also reviews the Coen Brothers' film Burn After Reading starring Frances McDormand, Brad Pitt and George Clooney. Plus she has a lot of fun playing her regular games. Listen and subscribe!
8/1/2014 | Download File (35.49 MB) - right click to download
Granny reviews Woody Allen's Vicky Christina Barcelona and Watchmen. She also plays some games that have some very VERY close finishes. Who comes out on top? Listen in to find out!
7/18/2014 | Download File (30.70 MB) - right click to download
Granny reviews Christopher Nolan's classic The Prestige and follows it up by watching the crazy documentary Capturing The Friedmans. She also takes the games down to a photo finish. Who took Granny's chocolates?
7/2/2014 | Download File (42.64 MB) - right click to download
Today, Granny has a bonus length episode for you as she delves into a trilogy of sorts, talking about Before Sunrise, Before Sunset and Before Midnight. These three films Directed by Richard Linklater and starring Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy have caused some division in Granny's house. with some exciting consequences. Of course where would Granny be without her games? She plays her regular games this week with a never-before-heard outcome. Plus, Michael Caine stops in for a chat and gives us some of his favourite lines from his career.
6/4/2014 | Download File (32.90 MB) - right click to download
Granny's back and she's brought with her reviews of "Thelma and Louise" and "Jesus Camp". Evangelical Christians and two women against the law! What more could you want? What? You do want more? Well, good thing we recorded more. We also played some incredible games! Still not enough you say? Well tough, that's all we've got. Deal with it.