In this special episode we visit Reading’s newest brewery “Double-Barrelled” as they brew an Imperial Stout due to be double barrel aged!
The final Hitchcock film in our mini-series is his last motion picture, 1976’s FAMILY PLOT. After differing reviews — interesting, given our previous ideas about Hitchcock’s oeuvre — we talk about everything from camp thrillers to how this was nearly an example of slacker cinema, and how this may have been a response to a […]
In Final Gravity we take a look at the various beers we’ve brewed after they’re completed. Find out what went right, what went wrong and most importantly what we’ve learned on our journey to learn by brewing.
In this science heavy episode, we have to re-evaluate the Gravity Triangle, Hubie and Bertie find themselves a new profession, and the Three Bears have some bee trouble. Also, we play you a good, good song.
Our next Hitchcock film, coming a decade after last week’s offering, is his 1958 hit VERTIGO. After short reviews of the film, we talk about everything from how the movie creates distance in its audience to the creative endeavour evident in the Marvel films (it’s relevant, honest) — and we end with a Rob’sRantTM.
In this episode we hit the hybrid between the classic German style of sweet wheaty Hefeweizen and the Belgian style of spicy zesty Witbier. A wheat heavy hazy pale beer flavoured with orange peel and honey!
Daffy has fancy new transport, Porky IV is making some money on the side, and we see a powerless Bugs get himself in a right pickle with the military. New insights into the advent of Bugs as an Agency mainstay abound in the second chapter of this long-awaited origin story.
The next in our Hitchcock mini-series is his 1948 masterpiece (can you guess whether or not our reviews were positive?) ROPE. We talk about the importance of the script, the marrying of form and function, and what happens when reality meets philosophical thought experiments.
The Tooniverse’s classic hero turned villain is back in the mix, and it can’t be long before he makes another bid for power. Meanwhile, a directionless Bugs Bunny makes a new enemy of the short-fused Colonel Shuffle.