Shouts From the Back Row – Episode 286 – Sir Roger Moore, Powers Boothe, and Michael Parks

The past few weeks have seen the passing of three very notable actors: Sir Roger Moore, Powers Boothe, and Michael Parks. Three iconic actors with three very different careers, these three gentlemen  are paid tribute on this episode of Shouts From the Back Row as Gill, Robin, and TK list their favourite roles from a trio of cinematic greats. Click here to download the episode!

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Shouts From the Back Row – Episode 285 – Dame Helen Mirren

There are few actresses who radiate elegance and class, yet also have a commanding presence, in the same way as Dame Helen Mirren. A celebrated actress of stage and screen, Mirren has been acting since the 1960’s, but she has experienced a bit of a renaissance recently when studios discovered that we all love watching her in action movies like The Fate of the Furious. On this episode, Gill, Robin, and TK examine the career of Helen Mirren, list their favourite roles of hers, and ponder just what makes her so appealing. Click here to download the episode!

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Shouts From The Back Row – Episode 284 – Can You Smell What The Rock Is Cooking?

When it comes to actors working today, there are few who can compare to the sheer star power of Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson. With The Fate of the Furious at the top of the box officer right now, Gill, Robin, and TK take a look back upon The Rock’s rise to fame from his start as a professional wrestler…to singing in an Oscar-nominated Disney animated film. Click here to download the episode!

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Shouts From the Back Row – Episode 283 – The Films of Tim Curry

With the new trailer for It having been recently released, everyone is once again talking about Pennywise the clown – a role made famous by living legend Tim Curry. So, on this episode, Gill, Robin, and TK discuss the appeal of Tim Curry and list their favourite Curry performances. Click here to download the episode!

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Shouts From the Back Row – Episode 282 – Bottle Movies

It’s a convention that can be applied to just about any genre: the bottle movie. A movie set predominantly in a single location, where confinement is often a central theme. On this show, Gill, Robin, and TK look at the bottle movie trope and list their favourite examples. Click here to download the episode!

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Shouts From the Back Row – Episode 281 – The X-Men Series

After nearly 17 years of playing Wolverine, Hugh Jackman recently announced that Logan would be his last reprisal of the role which made him famous, and so Gill, Robin, and TK have decided that it’s high time they examined the X-Men franchise! Because long before the Marvel Cinematic Universe created a multi-movie superhero continuity, 20th Century Fox was doing just that with the X-Men films. Click here to download the episode!

Shouts From the Back Row’s theme music was composed and performed by Vince Nitro!

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Shouts From the Back Row – Episode 280 – The Films of Bill Paxton

We were saddened recently to hear that Bill Paxton had passed away due to complications following surgery. For decades, Paxton has played iconic roles in some truly beloved movies, and so on this episode of Shouts From the Back Row, Gill, Robin, and TK list their favourite Paxton performances and pay tribute to a terrific actor. Click here to download the episode!

Shouts From the Back Row’s theme music was composed and performed by Vince Nitro!

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Shouts From the Back Row – Episode 279 – The 7th Annual Obligatory Oscars Follow-up (Part 2)

The 89th Academy Awards are over, but the discussion continues on this episode of Shouts From the Back Row as Gill, Robin, and TK look back upon this year’s Oscars. They examine the quality of Jimmy Kimmel as host, ponder if there were any significant snubs, and of course, talk about the HUGE surprise at the end of the night. Click here to download the episode!

Shouts From the Back Row’s theme music was composed and performed by Vince Nitro!

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Shouts From the Back Row – Episode 278 – The 7th Annual Obligatory Oscars Episode, Part 1

Oscar time is here again, and even though this year’s lineup of Best Picture nominees seems a little more lackluster than usual, Gill, Robin, and TK are still dedicated to giving their thoughts on every one of the potential winners. They also predict who will win in each of the major categories, so don’t wait! Click here to download our 7th Annual Obligatory Oscars episode!

Shouts From the Back Row’s theme music was composed and performed by Vince Nitro!

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Shouts From the Back Row – Episode 277 – John Hurt and Miguel Ferrer

2017 recently saw the passing of a legend of cinema, as John Hurt has died. Hurt’s voice and appearance were so iconic, and yet he was also able to slip into any role with ease. He was at once distinctive and an enigma, and so on this show, Gill, Robin, and TK talk about John Hurt’s career and list their favourites of his films. But Hurt was not the only actor who passed away, as Miguel Ferrer has also left us, and so the guys also pay homage to a great character actor with a short discussion of his work. Click here to download the episode!

Shouts From the Back Row’s theme music was composed and performed by Vince Nitro!

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