Episode 193:The Running Man

In which Martyn and Gerrod discuss the 1987 film ‘The Running Man’.

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Review-Dying laughing

A stand-up comedian is mostly his or her own writer, director and star performer. Unlike any other art form, there is no safety net and no private rehearsal. In its singular realisation, stand-up comedy only works live on a stage – in front of often-hostile audiences. For most people baring their soul and being heckled would be a life-changing trauma, for stand-ups it’s a nightly hazard. 


The very idea of standing on a stage in front of strangers and trying to make them laugh, fills me with utter dread. I imagine it’s the same for most people, and is most likely reason the subject stand-up comedy is so fascinating and rife for a documentary.

Dying laughing is a British produced documentarty, about the life of a stand-up comic and although it sometimes treads familar territory-the loneliness of the road, the anguish of your set dying etc, directors Paul Toogood & Lloyd Stanton achieve a startling level of intimacy in a series of riveting interviews with the masters of comedy.  What follows is an in-depth discussion about the emotional and psychological highs and lows of life on the road. 


Dying laughing is an emotional rollercoaster, which fully encapsulates the life of a performer. Chris Rock says comedians are “the last philosophers.” and, to a certain extent, he’s right.  We follow this trend, with some of the most loved and respected comedians, whom speak candidly about their loves, their peevs and ultimately, their lust for being a stand-up comedian.

The film can feel a little self-indulgent at times, however that just adds to its charm. At no point do you want the interviews to stop. This is a great film, that gives an insight into the psyche of a wordsmith.


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Vlog 10:Youtube creator event

Last night, I had the great honour of attending an event held by Youtube, to inspire creators.

Check out my Vlog below.

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Nice Guys Press conference

Yesterday, I attended the press conference, followed by the press screening of the new Shane Black movie ‘Nice Guys’.

I’ve been a fan of Shane Black since Lethal Weapon so I felt honoured to be asked to attend this. Below is the footage from the conference, as well as my Vlog on the event.


Review-The last man on the moon

In December 1972, Captain Cernan became the last man to step foot on the moon. He did so with excitement and pride, but so few of us know his story. However, Captain Eugene Cernan has decided to share his epic and, deeply personal story with the world. The Last Man On The Moon tells his trials and tribulations, his love and loss and how he overcame all this, to walk on the surface of the moon.

This is documentary filmmaking at its finest, the film was five years in the making. Every single piece of information has been meticulously investigated, sourced and double-checked to corroborate the narrative being told.

This is a made with love and passion. Cernan knows how to tell a story, the nostalgia and pride in the astronaut’s face, whilst he reflects quickly draws you into the vacuum of space. At times, I felt like I was there with him.

That feeling of excitement has never left Cernan. He described the experience of seeing Earth, from the lunar surface as “sitting on God’s front porch.”

I felt ignorant going in to this, as I didn’t know much, if anything about Captain Cernan. After watching the documentary I would love to meet him, I have so many questions I would like to ask.

I highly recommend this film. In my eyes, Cernan stands shoulder-to-shoulder with Neil Armstrong.
The Last Man on the Moon is in cinemas from 8 April with a special Nationwide Live Q&A in cinemas with Captain Eugene Cernan only on 11 April hosted by Sir Jackie Stewart.

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Running Time: 96mins Cert: PG

Ben Affleck has already co-written a Batman script

Last year, we heard a rumour that Ben Affleck was going to co-write a solo Batman film with legendary DC writer, Geoff Johns. Well, today the Hollywood Reporter has reported that the dynamic duo has completed the first draft and have submitted it to Warner Bros.

THR spoke to Patrick Whitesell (Affleck’s agent) who revealed the following information:

“He’s [Ben Affleck] contracted to do at least Justice League One and Two, so at least three times wearing the cape. There’s a script that he’s written that is a really cool [Batman] idea, so that’s out there as an option.”

It’s no secret that Batman V Superman has received mixed reviews, but Affleck’s Batman has been hailed as “the best Batman we’ve ever seen”. It remains to be seen exactly when Warner Bros. will fit a solo Batman film into their already packed release schedule, but I imagine they’ll find room for it.

Check out Martyn’s vlog about Batman V Superman. It features Henry Cavill and Zack Snyder.

Top 10 parkour movies of all time

To celebrate the release of action thriller Tracers, out now on DVD, starring Taylor Lautner (Twilight, Abduction) and Marie Avgeropoulos (50/50, Percy Jackson & The Lightning Thief, The 100), we take a look at the top 10 parkour films of all time.

TRACERS is available now on DVD.

Top 10 Parkour movies of all time*

*Includes some commercials

  1. Tracers (2015)
    Starring: Taylor Lautner, Marie Avgeropoulos Director: Daniel Benmayor
    TRACERS is available on DVD 21st September Trailer:
  2. Casino Royale (2006)
    Starring: Daniel Craig, Eva Green, Mads Mikkelsen, Judi Dench, Director: Martin Campbell
  1. Breaking and Entering (2006)
    Starring: Jude Law, Robin Wright, Juliette Binoche
    Director: Anthony Minghella

District B 13 (2004)
Starring: David Belle, Cyril Raffaelli, Dany Verissimo Director: Pierre Morel (written by Luc Besson)


  1. Yamakasi (2001)
    Starring: Châu Belle Dinh, Williams Belle, Malik Diouf Director: Ariel Zeitoun, Julien Seri (written by Luc Besson)
  1. Brick Mansions (2014)
    Starring: Paul Walker, David Belle, RZA
    Director: Camille Delamarre

Punisher:War Zone (Lionsgate)-2008 Director: Lexi Alexander


  1. Nike (Angry Chicken) Commercial – 2010 Director: TraktorTrailer:

9. Xbox “Slip” commercial (2007)

10. Jump London (Channel 4) – 2003
Director: Mike Christie