The Highlight Reel Show Preview: 21st October Edition

It’s that time of the week again to preview what is happening on this week’s The Highlight Reel that airs on SineFm at 11PM Monday 21st October.

Yeah sorry guys, we kind of missed writing the preview before the airing of yesterday’s The Highlight Reel on SineFM. Whose fault is it? Well we’re taking the South Park creators approach and saying that there was a power outage (there wasn’t, we just forgot it was Monday, silly us).

Anyway, let us crack on shall we? In this week’s episode (that you can catch right here on SineFM) you’ll find our review of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D, which we believe is the greatest show ever made by Marvel that has an apostrophe, the word ‘Agents’ and also an acronym which starts with the letter ‘S’ in the title. But who are we to judge.

We also take a look at Tom “Mr Hanky” Hanks (the South Park references keep on coming in this preview for some reason) fighting pirates in his new film Captain Phillips (spoilers: He has got a beard in this film).

And finally in this week’s feature we expose Matt to the wonders of Adventure Time, will he like it? Well you will have to listen to the show to find out, but trust us this week’s show is a good ‘un.

The Highlight Reel Preview: 18th March Edition

Well, Monday’s edition of The Highlight Reel is in the bag and recorded. It airs this Monday, the 18th of March on Sine FM, but you can catch up at the link at any time during the week! It’s a pretty good show this week if I do say so myself, with the usual mix of newsy bits and rock and roll, along with a couple of interesting reviews and features.

  • There’s a review of the coolest kids’ show around, Adventure Time.
  • There’s a look at the feelgood comedy series Parks and Recreation, which is finally airing on the BBC after years of success in the States.
  • I review the new Christmas cake movie, Stollen (which may be replaced at the last minute by a review of the new Nic Cage movie, Stolen, but I’m not sure yet).
  • There’s a special feature on the cult ‘worst movie ever made’, Troll 2 and the heartwarming, award-winning documentary about that film, Best Worst Movie.

 

All that plus how Nic Cage is inspiring a new music craze via Youtube, news on the Evil Dead remake sequel(s) and me attempting to do the Dramatic Trailer Guy voice, with music from The Moving Sidewalks, Johnny Cash, Mastodon and plenty more besides. So why not tune in? I definitely probably guarantee it will measurably improve your life if you listen.