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31st Mar 2014

JOE’s Film Podcast – Episode XIV: A League of their Eoghan

The movie podcast is back, and there's plenty of hot banter served up on a platter. Yeah, we said banter


The movie podcast is back, and there’s plenty of hot banter served up on a platter. Yeah, we said banter

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Fear not everyone, we’re all alive and well. After an enforced hiatus due to Sue “Too Busy for Life” Murphy taking a holiday, while Eoghan ‘Wet Hands’ Doherty and Adrian “Never Goes to the Cinema” Collins being chained to their desks without parole for a week, the movie podcast has triumphantly returned.

Well, triumphantly might be overstating it, but it certainly is back anyway, and we celebrated with a record quick time for getting through the top ten of the box office this week, where it only takes 17 minutes. Yes, that’s our record.

Anyway, there’s a bit of chat about the latest releases including Labor Day, Starred Up and of course Captain America: Winter Soldier as well as Sue once again keeping tabs on how many times Eoghan uses each of his jokes.

We do apologise in advance for some of the poor audio quality, but the tin cans that we use to make the pod were briefly chewed on by a goat immediately before the recording began, which left them in a bit of a state, but we’ve done our best god damn it. Some people, mainly unkind people, have claimed that wasn’t good enough, but they’ll get theirs eventually.

JOE wants you to get in on the act too by emailing us at [email protected] (with ‘Film Podcast’ in the title), tweeting us @JOEdotie, or get in touch via Facebook where you can send us your thoughts on new releases, the Irish Box Office and anything film-related in general.

Just don’t send us nudey pics, OK?

Remember, by sending us in your own feedback you’ll be in with a chance of winning nothing.

Absolutely nothing. Except our respect. But you must earn it, like the tastiest of salted crackers.

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