In which Martyn chats to David “Angel Batista” Zayas, about his role in the new DVD ’13’. They also discuss Dexter, acting and sports.
David Zayas is a Puerto Rican actor. He is best known for his roles as Angel Batista on Showtime’s series Dexter, Osborne the cop in Rounders, Enrique Morales on the HBO prison drama series Oz, Lou the bodega owner in Annie and Sal Maroni on Fox’s series Gotham.
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In which Martyn and Gerrod review the 2000 cult comedy, ‘Dude, where’s my car?’.
In which Martyn and Ash are joined by Martyn’s friend, Chris. The trio are joined by Phil from the who’s he podcast.
They discuss Christopher Nolan’s Batman trilogy. The Dark Knight Series is a set of three Christopher Nolan Batman movies. It includes Batman Begins (2005), The Dark Knight(2008), and The Dark Knight Rises (2012). Christian Bale, Michael Caine, Gary Oldman, Morgan Freeman, and Cillian Murphy appeared in all three movies.
The Trilogy is considered by many to be one of the best of all time. Batman’s grounded portrayal was universally acclaimed.
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In which Martyn, Gerrod and Ash take a look at The Avengers, or Avengers Assemble. Then Ash talks to two women about a puppet: Check out Ash’s excellent podcasts , Night’s at the round table. and Hammered Horror.
The Bad Wilf posse gather outside a pub to discuss the final ‘classic’ serial, ‘Survival.’ Gerrod has watched the first episode, Martyn has a cold and with guest appearances from members of the Who’s He, Nights at the round table and Pharos Project podcasts, what can possibly go wrong?
Trust me Midge, trust me.
Survival is the final serial of the 26th season and also the final story of the original 26-year run of the British science fiction television series Doctor Who, which was first broadcast in three weekly parts on BBC1 from 22 November to 6 December 1989.
Ash and Paul also host the excellent Hammered Horror.
In which Pete and Ash go rogue and record outside a pub and next to a building site. Can the ambiance and the alcohol add to a review of the new novelisation of Doctor Who’s lost story ‘Shada’?