On this episode Jim shared his thoughts on The Big Sick and It Comes at Night, spoke with Irish actors Cillian Murphy and Barry Keoghan about their roles in Chris Nolan's Dunkirk before reviewing the film with Hamish Calvert from HC Movie Reviews.
He also talked to film historian Robert J. E. Simpson about Jodie Whittaker's casting as the new Doctor in Doctor Who and chatted with local filmmaker Jim McMorrow about George A. Romero.
On this episode Jim shares his thoughts on Baby Driver and Cars 3, chats to director Trudie Styler about her film Freak Show, pops into the Comic Book Guys store on Great Victoria Street to discuss Spider-Man: Homecoming and thanks to Movie House Cinemas he reviews War for Planet of the Apes alongside Jonathan Cardwell from the Belfast Times.
On this edition of of our Podcast, Jim was joined by The Thin Air's Conor Smyth as they chatted in spoilerific detail about Patty Jenkins' Wonder Woman.
On this edition of our podcast we talked in spoilerific detail about Ridley Scott's Alien: Covenant.
Recorded at the Strand Art Centre in East-Belfast, on this recording host Jim McClean was joined by Jonathan Cardwell and Jessica Black.
We conclude our retrospective of the entire Alien franchise to date by looking back at Alien Resurrection.
On this episode we looked back at James Cameron's Aliens and debated whether the sequel was in fact superior to Ridley Scott's iconic predecessor.
On this edition of the BanterFlix podcast, recorded in front of a live audience at the Hudson Bar, Jim and Neil were joined by a string of special guests who were involved in this year's Belfast Film Festival.
On this episode of our podcast, recorded specially for St. Patrick’s Day, we talked about some of our favourite Irish movies, most notably John Carney’s Sing Street.
On this episode of our podcast Jim was joined by Neil Sedgewick from Films and Faith as they talked about this year's Belfast Film Festival and shared their thoughts on Kong: Skull Island.
Ahead of the release of Logan next week on this edition of the podcast we looked back at Hugh Jackman’s seventeen year tenure as the Wolverine.