Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 3 days 6 hours 52 minutes
Hosts Ed and Louis get salty and sandy with guests Marshall and Tracy as they discuss movies featuring people stranded on tropical islands, namely 2000's "Cast Away" and 2002's "Swept Away".
Hosts Louis and Ed get away from it all with guests Tracy and Marshall as they discuss movies set on islands of wonder and terror, as well as play a game to while away the lock down days.
Hosts Ed and Louis get slippery when wet along with guests Liza and Kalen, as we discuss the great and most terrible of undersea creature features, namely 1975's Jaws and 1977's Orca.
Hosts Louis and Ed celebrate summer movies to cap off a cinema-free summer with returning guests Kalen and Liza. We also play a game set beneath the waves.
Louis and Ed wax their mustaches and return to the scene of the crime with guest detectives Robyn and Adam, as they discuss the 1974 and 2017 film versions of the Agatha Christie classic, Murder on the Orient Express.
Ed and Louis search for clues because they have none, but guests Adam and Robyn help them out with some detective movie picks and play a game that quickly goes off the rails.
Louis and Ed are back on the bubble with guests, Andy Zillig and Mitch Schmidt, bursting 1974's "The Boy in the Plastic Bubble," and 2001's "Bubble Boy," featuring young men raised in isolation from germs and social lives.
Having lost their immunity to bad movies, Ed and Louis, along with guests, Mitch Schmidt and Andy Zillig, discuss their favorite isolation movies and play a game about protective bubbles.
Louis and Ed take on the Choir Invisible with Andy Zillig and Kalen Knowles, as they discuss 1987's "Wings of Desire" and its Nicholas Cage remake, 1998's "City of Angels", two movies about angels peeping on humans and becoming mortals after falling...
Louis and Ed open the new season with a couple of divine guests, Andy Zillig and Kalen Knowles (The Issue At Hand), as they talk about recent movies, movies about angels on Earth, and play a game about the battle for mortal souls in cinema.