Talking Pictures Podcast: Episode 26 (Lights, Camera, Action!)

By Freda Cooper 05.12.2015

Image for Talking Pictures Podcast: Episode 26 (Lights, Camera, Action!)
Cinemas are a lot quieter after last week's deluge of good films, but there's still some new releases worth catching - and they are all in spotlight on this week's Talking Pictures, the audio version of Lights, Camera, Action! There's the new version of the Mary Shelly classic, Victor Frankenstein, and James McAvoy, who plays the title role, leaves his lab for a while to take his place in The Big Interview's hot seat.

Also released this week is Sunset Song, a coming of age story set in a rural Scottish community at the turn of the 20th Century, and the first Christmas turkey of the season, Christmas with the Coopers. They are not related to Cubed3's resident film critic, Freda Cooper, it should be added! After a successful summer in cinemas, Ant-Man moves to DVD, alongside documentary Listen to Me Marlon, as well as family drama, Max.

There is also this week's run-down of the new Top Five at the British Box Office, and, with Christmas on the horizon, a special look ahead at the best films released over the holiday period… all squeezed into precisely 20 minutes.

Talking Pictures is on iTunes, TuneIn and right here on Cubed3:

For the latest from Talking Pictures, just Like the official Facebook page and follow Freda on Twitter.

Comment on this article

You can comment as a guest or join the Cubed3 community below: Sign Up for Free Account Login

Preview PostPreview Post Your Name:
Validate your comment
  Enter the letters in the image to validate your comment.
Submit Post


There are no replies to this article yet. Why not be the first?

Subscribe to this topic Subscribe to this topic

If you are a registered member and logged in, you can also subscribe to topics by email.
K-Pop Korner - The Best of Korean Music
Sign up today for blogs, games collections, reader reviews and much more
Site Feed
Who's Online?
Insanoflex, RudyC3

There are 2 members online at the moment.