It's the Film On The Radio Christmas special and for your festive listening pleasure The Commentators are watching Die Hard. Hindered only by being unable to hear any of the dialogue or soundtrack they bring their renowned attention to detail to this classic action film. You can listen along as you watch the film or just relax and take it easy while they do the hard work of watching the film for you.
In this edition of Film On The Radio, The Commentators take on that classic psychological horror film 'The Shining'. Unable to hear the dialogue they attempt to make sense of troubling twins, a bear doing something to someone in hotel bedroom and a talking finger.
This episodes film was chosen by regular listeners to Film On The Radio.
Unable to hear any of the dialogue or soundtrack The Commentators attempt to describe the adventures of Withnail and I as they take a well earned break from the squalor of their London flat. Rain, sheep, rain, wolves, rain, booze and rain this 1987 film has it all and is now regarded as a classic - but what will The Commentators make of it?
In this episode of Film On The Radio, without being able to hear any of the soundtrack, The Commentators attempt to describe all the time travelling action of that eighties classic Back to the Future. As they struggle to keep up they ponder some important life questions ... Would it be easier to buy plutonium in the fifties? How do you hide a time machine? How do you get your Dad to marry your Mum?
Sit back with a snack of your choice and let The Commentators do the hard work of watching films so you don't have to.
Settle down with The Commentators as they on the hard work of watching classic films for you.
In this episode, without being able to hear any of the soundtrack, they try to take you through the twists and turns of that Hitchcock, black and white classic, Psycho. Where did the money come from? Who is the figure in the window? Why is the motel owner so keen on ornithology? These and other questions may or may not be successfully answered as The Commentators attempt to describe all the action of this dark psychological thriller.
Settle down with The Commentators as they do the hard work of watching classic films for you.
The Commentators have a long history of providing live sporting radio commentary for events which aren't really sport and are rarely given such attention. After a 24 hour Scalextric Race, the World Gurning Championships, the opening of the Library of Birmingham, Birmingham Royal Ballet's 'The Nutcracker' and multiple appearances at the Moseley Folk Festival. Now they bring their attention to often unimportant detail to the movies.
Without any of the original music or dialogue in this episode they bring you that eighties classic Dirty Dancing